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EVENING nUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T H , WEDNESDAY. AWL t(l, 1908.
CADET. A good, low-priced mower. We hnve three
sis'.s in stock la inch, 14 inch, and 16 inch.
PENNSYLVANIA. We have cicht sizes in itock, cut
tine front 12-inch to 21-inch. Wc also have in stock the
23-inch Pennsylvania Tony or 2-man mower, which is just
the thing for large lawns.
COLDWELL'S HOUSE MOWERS. We have the 30
inch size in stock, coimletc with shafts. We also carry a
good assortment of lawn and horse mower parts in stock,
so that a worn-out or broken part can quickly be replaced,
MOWERS SHARPENED. We will call for your mow
er, sharpen and clean it r.nd return it promptly.
E. 0, HULL & SON, LTD-
gjr-sy Vj;' vy ,qy vqpr
Yee Chan & Co, I
Corner 2vmg and Bethel Sts.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
ALL SIZES AND PRICES. Also BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS
in different styles. We can lit a boy from 3 to IS jcars old.
These suits arc made of a very splendid shape and pure
wool, as they are very low prices.
Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, and a Fine Assort
ment of Ready-Made Mosquito Nets-
Come to sec our window displays.
L ANNEX CAFE
THUELOW Prop-ictor: late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' 3Lega
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Hers. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
They Have Arrived
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Thomas Is Beaten
In Their Fourth
Baron Rounding Roller
Into Shape To Get
Golfers Play At Two'
Links On Next
Coif ors will have a busy day Sun
day. Colonel Ilogoy's classic wore
will lie hotly assailed nt Munnnliin,
Anil tlio fourth lound of the Mclner-
tiy Cup play will be started nt the
The bogey nt the Munnnliin links Is
40, nnU nut mi ensy uno tu nssnll.
I'lrst nml second prizes nro up for !
tills fixturo of tlio club's yearly cnl-'
cnditr uf events, which nro worth J
while trying fur, nud fur which no
doubt sonic of the best of the local
club-swingers will be out. I
ni.n .............. t. .l.t.i n.....l .f
the nliir nt the Conntrv Club fur the Slnnlcy Ketrhel defeated Juc Thomas that It "as Increased In size hnlf nn
1!.r.'i..nt.. C ' -? ?. Z" ,.. .... , i,..,i ... Mnch since he went In training with
SAN KHAXCISCO, Calif., Aug. IS.
Doctor Holier, tho Herculean wres
tler, has placed himself In the hands
of l'rofexsor Pete Ilaion unreserved1
ly, In netting ic.uly for a trip bnclc to
tho Coast, when ho expects to meet
the world's best In an attempt to cap
ture piemlcr honors In his line.
"Ho hna done wonders for me,"
said Roller yesterday. "1 came here
to put on welKht, and I hnve been
dolus It nil right. I never had so
much good done mo In tho snino
length of tlmo In my life before."
Ho exhibited nn nrm like tho
trunk of nn on): tree, nnd mentioned
Mclnerny Cup leaves the players hcio tonight, by the knockout route,
stalling tho fourth louud ns follows: ' the hocoihI loitlid.
Dr. Hlsh vs. K. d. Wntermnn: II. C. This is tho fourth meeting which
Wnldton vs. T. (1111: S. Ilcardmnro tlieso men have had. Eddlo Smith,
s. II. C. Cartel; and A. 1 Kwnrt vs. tho third man In tho ring, was tlio
l'rlneo Cupid. I refcrco In tho famous Mnrysvlllc
They have until the Slst of this mooting of these two, when Kctchel
month In which to play off this leaned Into the limelight by giving ,. ., ', ', .,.,.. ... ,
. ........ w iiicu tiiutuiiiuiiB wiiuiii uu num.
louud. 'tho then welter cbamiilnn ono of tho , ., ...... . , .. ,.,,
(hardest 26-round draws he ever iat Ilt,or , ,mve ,, tbut , ,
lfm'B'" , , '.willing to try."
i npeaiiiug 01 inu mui-juviiie mkul
Ilarou. It Is now 1C 3-1
"I didn't come hero to wrestle," ho
pursued, "but If Professor Unroll
Kiiys I nm in condition, I shall bo
willing tu go on with some of tho
local men. Yes, I will try to down
:: st it
fflflBS Mil DUES: i
I'cto llaron Interposed to state that
The Hawaiian Gun Club Is taking
a lay-off which is likely to last until
about the Hist of the year. The mem
bers nro finding homo dovo shouting
with which to keep busy, nud can get
.short time to go on tlio mat fur a
sustained bout, but said that ho
. wanted to put n little inoro weight
l-cmm ,.. mu u,c. lC.u.iCU u, llg lml, wln ,)0 rcU(y n
inu nvo inc h wnu liici'u uai;ii timer
for the fourth tlmo on Aucust 14. '
On Duly 4 it j ear ago Thomatt wiib tho
iuuhiuii tu iu I'uiiiH aim jwiuiilm wua nr8t
u second-rater who was boxing for A1)()ul t0( ,tcc3t , secnR
coffee nn.l sinker money. Luckily Holcr ,, tlll. nt , glowlnR u
for Kctchel, Thomas was hnvlng dlf- wor, wno to le0 bUch BpccImcn
flculty In getting lop-notchers to , ,, ,,,, ,., ,ro ,. ,
along without tho trap work, l'rub- light him. us he had denned up most ,,,, t ,,, favorltB Bnmo wlth 8Ucll
ably the semi-annual prize shoot In of the piomlnent welters, nnd when' ,,, HS gaor HobertB or tho big
February will mark the real leopen- tho Murysvlllc piomotera offered him Knirie or the wily Mitsui c
lug of actMty In tho club. In fat purso tu box an unknown 20 I nlrcail h ft Bhcnlh
Uuves nro found In fair nnantltlcs'i minds, Joo grabbed at It. Ho didn't lg of fllt ovcr j,a mgcie8 And ho
this season, contrary to tho cxperi- deem Kctchel of much consequenco ' vania m()re t a necessary, ho says,
once of tho gunners last year, but It nnd Instead of training hard hn Just Tho U()Xer mugt 1(I10ck ott weBt ,,.
Is feaicd that there Is to bo no pbcas- did enough work to keep within tho t j lts mugces Btand out freo
ant shooting, for the reason that no weight. , ifrom Bur,)llIH ,lc8h . ut thlg wo.t
birds can be found. Ducks nro ex-1 Tho da- was n torrid one nnd Joo',I() fo,. wrcstler. Ho must havn re-
pccieu , can urouii u aier w .en u.o ,ounu me .Mlcmgan inner to l.o n Bcrvc, and then bulging muscles can
tbiitguu expel U will do a little work tougher nut than he had bargained
very much to their hearts' desire.
DEFI Mf SOHNV"
Mr. Aha I, owner of Maknnla. ad
dresses an answer to Mr. (lav. owner
of Sunrise, through tho II u 1 I o 1 1 u,
Dear Sir: Wo read your challenge
I fur and the Btlff pace and heat soon
told nn him. Ills clnss, however,
I helped him ovcr the rough spots un-
Itll the middle of the fight, when he
bo seized by an opponent with disas
trous rc3iills to the owners of the
"Gotch and others of tho best onen
nro built very smoothly," Bald Itol-
supped ami got toincred aim ucoroer ..TIlc Imlscie3 ,i ,10t show up
ho (uuld get away from tho ropes, mucll ,lnt thcy luo contracted, and
Kelthel planted a haymaker on his lc ,ltty aluont tu quite n hunch.''
Jaw that hi ought visions of the next , fact( Ills nrm looli8 Uo n wnm.
world. Joe managed Install through .s CX(.cl,t for Ul0 ,mlu untn ,l0
uio iiniiid ami oy ciever neau-won; ',,,i,( n, i.i.r m..io wi,m.
In tho papers. In regard tu matching 1I"",,',"C1 w,11,t llttl0 "eiiBth ho Iiuiiimi una knots Bhow through tho
A viil lrtii 1M Mini Tin MaM if1in
Come and sec both the touring car , know hckjr business. No. amateurs
and the roadster.
I do the work in our Qara;e.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
nt the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
k a p ! Autos and Carriages
Auto for Hire. EePaired ,
i Sr human Carnage Co..
MATiirrT. ppic n,n v. nt o. ...:. '
time by telephone iny one of these j
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
C. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect AiN U U 1 UN j
and receipt for the uudersitrncd
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in n n autonomic 13 just tne thine.
Call up 200 088 or 1458 and ask
A. R. Rowai, O.Vi.
had loft to make a gurrUon flnUli'.vn, i.,, ,.f nnoi, n,,,i , .. ...n.
.WlUH.in W. ..V.. ...MV ... ..J ".
anil earned 11 draw. gcstlve of tome Creek stntuc of Ilor-
Thls light hi ought Kctchel Into the cuic3 or Atlas, or somo of the other
limelight, and ns Thomas thought tho BtlonE ,,, wi,0 won tho mlrBea i..
Don't forget to bilng along j0CK0y. "",u" "' "1 "'" B""" '"' "cc'"enl those days.
Willis. ","1 n luck' swlnR- l10 ,ei"lll, t0- "Ho can go on the mat for half 11
ueiuiH ,lay wilen am through with him
Makaala, If you want tu net a sport,
come down to tho country nud run
us. Thcro me Just as maiiv sports
down hero ns theio aie In town.
Fcnted to a -lu-ioiinil tight
TI1I3 defl from the tall timbers Is c,fr'"t",N Colma club, ilo made thoEn, Hamn. "and he can do things to
meant to bilng about a return mutch ,"l!""K,, ln. iMa lBtnnco of signing ,10 ucst lu tll0 WOrld."
Loth between horses and between "" ll ,0 low a ""'" ",m """'B"
Jockeys Willis and Kcrrelra. ,"u """," l . ""y .'"" "'"" ",r;
t tf imi-u u.ijii injur iu inu iikiu audi
iiriri;niiA urihr ii 'l:l1' t0 so to "ln 'r,lrl('sa baths to
HHHillllll HHftS ID !li-y ". he put up one of the most
1n.11.11u1.1v iiLnvu Jilt
Btuhboin nnd bitterly fought battles
ovcr witnessed. In tho twenty-sixth
louud hn ulmnst seined a kuueknut
mat and it was all the latter could
do to stiugglo to his feet, but Thorn
lleiunrd Kolekollo was ngnln
ntnftrwl l.ist nl'nnliif- try fill llin i.r.jt
0 ' ..u l. n....l.l trtAl.nl n... ..
of president for the Illvcislde Junior "" "K '"'' ''" """ .. "v""
Baseball League. The league Is to
open up for business on tho Drst
Sunday In September.
Tho officers elected wero: II. II.
Kclckollo, president; C. K. Abe. vice
president; W. Tin Chong, secietnry.
Sam Hop, treasurer.
it u n
JEWELS ANNEX (OWES
m BOWER TO TEAM
Here Is something for the faithful
fans the Jewels have nt last turned
their line-up all mound, and will
hardly bo recognized ns the sanio
as had shot his bolt nnd couldn't fol-1"1'1 tenm whon tl,ey como 0,,t f"r
low up his advantage. Tho fight ,holr next B""10- llowe' 'a to covor
went 32 lounds with Kctchel tho ll,ll Rack. Kernnndez will abandon
victor. l'1'8 l",sl nt n''Bt- alul tnko up tho
Their third meeting was also u tictihlca of I'honoy Davis behind tho
meinornblo ono for 111010 icasons than ,ltkk- 8am Chllllngworth will play
one. It was a thrilling fight, but
mound second. And Doc Cowcs will
many lost Interest In It because tho uo " u,e ""nl 8UCK- ,sn l l,lul B"
wlml and rain made Jnck Olenson's '"f B,,me fr wholcsalo changes?
tcnted.monn do 11 skirt dance which ' ut " "lls lB necessary, to say the
wasn't on the program. Tho fans Itut- Tho losa of Ever8' u'e crack
wore busily engaged In dodging fly- ""oitstop; "f Costcllo. tho depend
ing tent poles and trying to avoid 11 onco on sccon,1: 1""1 of DavlB' tuo
shower bath nnd many of tho hot 1""ulj' man nt tho u"clt position,
mix-ups wero mined. Hut as In his "" '" raHld accession, put tho Jew-
Tho Knllhl Athletic Club Inst night
voted to communlcnto with tho
Lenguo In legnrd to opening the so
rles of winter baseball in duo time
nt the Monnnlua polo grounds, us
they mo-tho only available Place just V was riinpropeldy ,'" ' "" '"" "-1 of which they
I trained nnd it was only his remaik'
unlo stnmlnn which enabled him to
now eeem to bo climbing.
Tho best part of It is said tn
DIIIDfiK holl his own with tho cyclonic mixer ",e ""owing "t Ilowerns a player.
OrLUKMCC 'for 20 rounds, mid ho lost tho decl-.Tll x-umplre scoops up everything
The question of mi endurnuco 11111
mound tho Island for automobiles Is
being again agitated. Hut It Is bald
ly n now Idea, as It has been pretty
well exploited In tho press hero be-foio.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNO OARAGE. PHONE 200.
slon by 11 slight mm gin. wmc" C0II,ta "ls w"y "lounu l,"
This last go Becms a concluslvo vie- l'ml lmB n "lco wln&- ,,e haa llls "J1!
lory uu the hall when ho Is handling tho
jj u fatlck, and is dccln'icd by Captain
White Sox take 11 spectacular 13-In.'r''"am,cz to bo a valuable asset.
nlug game fiom tliu Uoston luam ro-,Cowea '" lllnll''B B""1' "' list. Sam
cently. ims boon in tho iuflold for n.ulto a
' - I wlille, nnd It is probablo that ho will
bhdw up at second even better than
at thlid. from which position he Is
being moved. Sing Chong will stay
at short for a while,
Kemnndcz behind tho bat ls a new
stunt. Ho Is known to have caught
ono gaino and to havo done it cred
itably, Considering tho fact that ho
is probably tho be3t nll-'round player
In tills city, it would bo n surpilso If
ho couldn't mako good anywhere.
Catchers mo ecarro hero. That Is
hla reason for donning tho breast-pad
mid tho f.ico-cago.
Waialiias 8, Knhukus 3.
Dimity, Lawn & Madras
WHITNEY & MARSH
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At Our Big Sale
Values like these may never be
offered here again
Underwear at Half Price
Dress Goods, worth 25c; Sale Price,
Corsets worth 75c; Sale Price, 35c
Laces, just half their value
Infants' Wash Bonnets, 10c
Boys' School Caps, 15c
Men's Suits, worth $10; Sale Price
Boys' Clothing Half Price
Men's Shirts, worth $1.50; Sale
Millinery. Half Price.
$70 Standard or Automatic Sewing
$35 Sewing Machines, $ J 5
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery,
33 lB3off regular prices
The Greatest Bargain Sale ever
held in Honolulu
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
C. H. BEHN
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