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in different styles. We can fit a bo-' from 3 to 15 years old.
These suits are made o' a very oplendid shape and pure
wool, as they are very low prices.
Red Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, and a Fine Assort
ment of Ready-Made Mosquito Nets-
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AL. THURLOW Proprietor: late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Hcrj. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
p They Have Arrived
Come and sec both the touring car
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ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
Tine New One, with Room for
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Polo On At
Both Boxers Are Taking
Things Easily In
With Hip bout n long way In the
fultiio ct. lioth Jack Mcl'iiddon mid
Charlie Itellly me taking things eas
ily In their training for their boxing
limtcli to l)i) hold miller tlio auspices
of tlie Central Athletic Club, on the
JI"P.iddcn In confining himself to
.imdworh ami n little Unlit boxing,
lie Is a man who itlwnjs keeps In cou
illtlon, mill for thlH lesson Is not do
lus any special work as jet for the
Rellly, at the boat-house, Is tak
ing on some heavy work, but he Is a
husky boy, and the opinion of tlielllalch ,b0 A Mn, cxcrt who lina I Aug. 30 Palamns va. Jap. A. C;
inieiii is inni no is oiu cuougu tho thing nit doped out goes so fnr ns .'"ncsc a. u. vs. unincue A loans.
uusmess id Know wiim nc i uuuik predict n ilelinll
This afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
tho Mnul-O.ihu polo games will be
played at Suunsslilc, Mnkawao. This
Riverside Schedule Is
The Kecoml series sclieilulc for tho
Riverside I.cugue hns been niinounc
cd by llernnril Kelekollo, who hits
the matter In charge now. The last
game of tho schctl'ulo Is to bo played
19 l-lliin mnlri, f.ir n tnmhv. wllteh " "ClOUCr IHlll, SI) Hint, Willi a mil
ls now in the possession of tlic Maul I,er '" l,ln' ott ll ls possible thnt the;
men In vlitno of their crack playing K""10' l nnla w' overlap me ie
last season, when they defeated tho finning of winter baseball,
locals badlv. I Tho schedule coveis games forench
The MnuVtcam Is playing this llmo Sunday, na usual. It is as follows:
as follows: P. Ilaldwln, 1; S. llald-I Al"?- 1 Chinese Alohas vs. Jnp
wln, 2; c. C. Kriimbhnar. .3: nnd nneBC A- c- Aalas VB- I'nlnnias.
Dave Fleming, 4. I AuB 23 Aulas vs. Chinese A. C.i
Mnnl la innflrinnt nf limine till Jninneso A. u. vs. cninoso A. U,
New and Complete Line of
when he takes things In this way
He shows that he Is n clever boxer,
without a doubt. He succeeds In
making a monkey of everyone who
spars with him, and In doing it with
c score, placing the
against the men
FOR Ml OF OUR
The Garden Island of Aug. S says
cdltDilally; Now that the Second
Tians-l'aclflc Yacht Race Is over and
Hawaii linn failed to beat all Its com
petitors, it is time to begin to pic-
pnrc for the trial thnt will come oft
two years hence.
The yacht has shown thnt she pos-
outcoino ii t 8 to
fiom this city.
The polo will close
part of the cxeitlses.
Oahu Tennis Players
Meet Defeat At
Sept. (! Aalas vs. Chinese A. C.i
Chinese, Alohas vs. Palainns.
Sept. 13 Chinese A. C. vs. Pnla-
the athletic lll,18; Japanese A. C. vs. Aalas.
sept, zo I'nlnnias vs. Aalas; Chi
nese Alohas vs. Jap. A. C.
Sept. 27 Chinese A. C. s. Japan
ese A. C.i Aalas vs. Chlneso Alohas.
Oct. 4 Chinese Alohas vs. Chi
nese A. C; Jap. A. C. vs. Palamns.
Oct. 11 Palamns vs. Chinese Alo
has; Chlneso A. C. vs. Aalas.
Oct. 18 Aala A. C. vs. Japanese
A. C; Palamns vs. Chlneso A. C.
Maul .lias won back Its silverware
by beating Oahu In men's doubles In
fccsses many of tho points that go to the tennis tournament held yestei-
mako a winner, but she has also deni- 'day on the courts of the Puuncno
onstiatcd that In tonic particulars r Athletic Club. Many good matches
bho Is weak. The lcason for suchlworn ulnved. hut Maul ensllv curried
weakness Is stated to bo ono thing by ofr tho honors, completely reversing
Cmin (lit Mill at 1.. ... Iinctl nml .ill'.. m . . t- .
me scores' oi ino nrsi vup iiiiucucs
As has been said before, Jess Woods
Is making quite a splash on his trip
jlo tho Orient. Among the teams
whlch are booked to cross bats with
I liU All-America Reach aggregation Is
mo hcio university nine, which has
been playing here for some lime patt
and which ls now In Hllo.
some, another by others, and nil
agree that It can easily be remedied,
though tho remedies recommended by
the dlffeicnt parties vary as much as
the colors of the spectrum, which
blended, may glvo a perfectly hnr
Theie Is a possibility that ono of
tho shades may not blend, however,
and If such Is tho case It ought to
ho found out before Its application Is
Theie Is no teacher like experience
and that Is the reason why the Oar
den Island would recommend employ
ing that Instructor In the present
case. It would bo a gicat deal cheap
er to the yachtsmen to engage a crew
of competent men for n few months
thnn to build n new boat In 1910,
or to remodel tho present yacht on
the suggestion of Tom, Dick, Harry,
and others. The crow should be In
stituted to sail the craft In all kinds
of weather and lepeatedly take notes
of fnlluics to behave under given circumstances.
Fiom such notes nny sound mind
would bo able to glvo intelligent sug
gestions us to tho alterations ncceh
bary for success, and no doubt a num
ber of enthusiasts will be ready to of
fer their Ideas free of charge. Hut
don't accept them!
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played at1 Puuncno November 10,
1800. Play began nt 10 o'clock a. m.
and continued until 12:30, when
luncheon was served to fivo hundred
spectators'' and players, grouped
around four sides of the tennis court
Play was resumed after luncheon
and, while Oahu played good, hard
tennis, Maul's big lead could not be
oveiconicT Tho combination of grass
court and Puunene noonday sunshine
kept Oahu's steam down to about
thice pounds to the square foot.
Tho courtesy and hospitality of
the Puunene Athletic Club officials
and players ls worthy of special com
mendation; everything that could
add to the comfmt and convenience
of tho visitors was done. Justice S.
M. Ballon presented tho Cup on be
half of Oahu to Maul; the response
was made In graceful stylo by Wni.
Seal by, president P. A. C.
V. Scarby nnd W. Savage beat V.
IC. Steele and R. D. Mead, G-4, C-4,
0-1 (18 to 9); C. Lindsay nnd 11. II.
Turner beat V. P. Roth and S. M.
Ilallou, 1-0, G-2, C-S (13 to 13); 3.
Ilaldwln and O. Mollor beat II. Mac
failano and Dr. Langhoiue, 0-G, 0-3,
C.r. HI In 111' T PnHlim n.,,1 C I-
I ' - "-'- - "
Kiumbhnnr beat R. G. K. Forstcr and
Take the notes; send them back to fj. . Uavlcs, 0-2, fi-3, C-4 (IS to 9);
Crownlushleld, together with a full
confession of tho liberties taken with
his Instructions or 1908, and prom
ise to follow tho advice of n mnn that
lias made yacht specifications his bus
iness In life, rather than be guided
A. M. Nowcll and J. Rosccrans beat
I). W. Anderson nnd C. G. Hockus,
u-0, 0-3, C-S (17 to II); J. P. Cooke
nml J. Wntcrhouso beat O. Walsh
and V. Loughor, 2-0, C-l, 0-4 (14
to 11); V. F. Ilaldwln and J. Thoin-
nt the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
Auto for Hire
MANUEL iiEIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 2D0, 200, 1097.
C. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect AiN U U 1 JIN Vj
and recciut for the undersigned, I ,
in nn auiomouue is jus; me nunc
Call up 200 38S or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
by the guesses of others who may bon beat H. Castlo and I.. S. Conness
1-now all about tho sailing of a yacht .", c-l, C-2 (17 to 9). Total bcoro:
but who have but little Idea of tho .Maul, 111; Oahu, 82 games,
leaton governing the designer's lino. An exhibition mntch of mixed
And then tho Ilnwall may have a 'doubles was played ut 4 o'clock bo-
tnanco o Heading the procession tween W, P. Roth and Miss Allco i
wnen It comes mound Diamond Head. Macrnrlnne against C. C. Krunibhaar
a - and Miss Delia Woods, tho latter
BERT iOM MB I" "" "t .
JS h jMHPIEY 0 US
A. R. Rowat, O.V.S.
As the story of Hurt Dower's run
Ignntloii travels. It becomes rather
garbled, but the climax has been
l cached In a Philadelphia shout. Un
der tho caption "Jap Umpire Resigns;
Pellow-coiintrynicn nagged him to bad
ly that ho could Btaiid It no longer,"
thu paper ha3 to say:
Honolulu, July 24. Dnsehall en
thusiasm among thu Japaneso here
has been aroused to such a keen de
gree by tho playing of the team of tho
Japaneso Collego of Kelo, at Toklo,
that the umpire who has acted In all
tho games played with tho local teams
has been forced tu resign, and the Jap
anese are expressing much stiong
leellng over his decisions. The Jai
anese team has been playing with nil
tho local oiginlzutlons and during tho
Hoot's stay met teams maco up or
bailors from tho various ships. Tho
Japaneso have been enthusiastic In
;hi'lr support nf their cmintiynion and
hnvo vociferously piotested against
siiniu of tho umpire's decisions. Tho
umpire, a local olllclal, nut of defer
ence to tho Japaneso complaints, has
lefiibed to ofliclato ut futmo games.
ra Oil THE 1ST
The next flxtuio In yachting cir
cles Is another race for tho Ueckloy
Cup, the event this last time having
been cancelled on account of an error
This rnco will probably bo Balled
Sunday week ovor tho usual couibo
otf tho harbor.
Meanwhile, nothing hns been tic
'lei mined as to the disposition of tho
Irwin Cup, and it remains la the
linmln nf thn ilnnnrn vnf A rnpn tt
... . . . . . . I
iiuiuo iniporianco is to uo arranged
for this magnificent trophy, an an
nual event to Hllo being suggested
for It, but tho matter has not yet
been taken up at any meeting of tho
J Kvoiyoiie Is now resting nftor all
tho stress of the Trans-Pnelflc Yacht
Raco'and Its loss.
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Closing Out Some Branches of our Business
$75,000 of Merchandise to be Slaughtered
Regardless of Cost
THE GREATEST SALE OF
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EVER HELD IN HONOLULU.
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SATURDAY MORNING. AUG. 15,
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