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EVES'INO nULLKTlN, HONOLULU, T !!., MONDAY, AUG. 24, 108.
should be kept uu in fine condition nil the time; it
dcoa not pay to let them ran down. To keep them up you
need the host of matciial such as SHERWIN-WILLIAMS'
YACHT WHITE FINISH, which we have in qte. and cal
lous; HULL and DECK PAINT, in qts. aad callons: COP
PER PAINT, in 1-4. 1-?, and 1-gallon cans; and DURA
BLE SrAR VARNISH in nil size cans from 1-2 pint to pil.
The WHITE YACHT FINISH is s, spedal paint for
jnchtj and is used for nil fine work on the mainland.
BRUSHES AND EVERYTHING ELSE NEEDED to
fix up your yacht to It; had at
!. Q. ILL
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IX, M mSm '
Corner King: and Bothel Sts.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
ALL SIZES AND PRICES. Abo BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS
in different styles. We can fit a boy from 3 to 15 years old.
These suite arc raadc of a very splendid shape and pure
wool, as they are very low prices.
Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, nud a Fine Assort
ment of Ready-Made Mosquito Nets
Come to sec our window displays.
rySR& IS 'aHJW tHLT MhIKE UM
Your chemist keeps freshly prepared by POTTIE a Remedy for the
Colic or Gripes, Congestion and InP.ammation of Bowels, Kidney
and Liver Complaints, Distemper, Influenza, Sore Throat, Dry Cough,
Strangles, and other Throat and Lung Complaints.
Ilhcumatisra, Shoulder Lameness, Hip and Stifle Lameness, Enlarg
ed and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Sidebone, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot procure them at your drug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
Large, New Assortment' on Hand
INDIA RELISH PEARL ONIONS
MALT VINEGAR HORSERADISH
CIDER VINEGAR APPLE BUTTER
White PICKLING VINEGAR ' 3-lb. ctocl.s)
PICKLES (sweet and sour) TOMATO KETCHUP
OLIVES BAKED BEANS, ETC.
JUST ARRIVED. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER.
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 Rojal Welcome Here, Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Pep Year
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Ball Game; Clarans Lose
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Hie gome wcte put up. The Santn Clams got the Puns up In thu iilr S:itunlay, iiml illil awful tt tt
things to them, scoring H'Vi'ii In tlio IiieK scU'iilli; thou Sam Chillliigworlli made u bail ertor tt tt
which tlod tlio more of llio -le-vcl-Kelo Kinno In tlio ninth, ycHtcrdny, iitul lMJIu Kormimlez tt tt
wnlKod to the lioiuh with tlio hall In Ills hand, thlnlilni; It watt all ovor, and iillowlnR Tnkn- tt tt
hanin to scoro (lie urn which realty turnril the trick; and lam hut not IcaHt, the Saints boat tt tt
out tile C'laraus to tile inorry tinio of I to .1. tt tt
The alishlp Klutit of the l'mis was iirnMildiiR, but It was noth'iiB ns lompnicd with tlio woe- tt tt
fill fiuko by whli h tltc JuwoU patccd out the amo to the Kclos after It had boon won by Pitch- tt tt
it Anmy or ItUcruldc fume, In a flno cvlillilllon of tho twlrlcr nit. It was ali.solil tcly mid Rio- tt tt
ti'Mjuoly tniKlc. tt tt
Hut. prnlm) bo, tho victory of the Saints In tho last emtio which tho Santa Claras nro to tt tt
pln lioio Is at lo.ist ciatlfyliic to thu fans of this city. tt tt
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Bail Park Looks Like
Zeppelin ought to hao his airship
Institute at thu Hall r.ul.. lie uoiiM
have lots of company In bis iihceu
bIuiis, and .lack Doyle tould furuiuh
the balloon Juice, or ma) bo ho would
1 refer 11) rues' brand. Tho teally
fcpcctacular ascension was pulled off
Satin day, when the Clarans scored 7
In the seventh Inning ovor tho l'lins,
wlih Johnnie Williams pitching a
steady game, and the support all up
In tho air.
The l'mis seemed to be having tho
l.ebt of it and tho ganio was going
cleanly. Tho locals stored In tho
second on Lapptti's fumble, nnd again
In the seventh on Art Sharer's bun
file. Hut tho awful then occurted. Pe
ters biuglcd, Kennedy was safe on
Hampton's ortor. Hymen hlngled nnd
bcored Peters, and then Cheese llro
dcrlrk bioKe nil Known rcioids by
beating It homo on a strlkc-out. lie
fanned, but I.ymnn throw tltn hall
away, nnd nil three men lompcd
home. It looked bad. Presently I.y
mnn throw tho hall nwny iiRiiln, and
moiu men canto In, tho climax being
t cached when tho Seventh man scor
ed on Art Sharer's sacrifice.
It was harrowing.
Runs nud biibc hits by Innings:
1 2 3 I r. 0 7 X 9
Puns 0100 0 010 0 2
II. II 12 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 "
S. Claras 0 0000070 7
II. II 0 0 0 0 10 3 0 1
Sl'UMARY. Two-babe hit:
Hums, liases on balls: Off Williams,
3; off Krelne, 2. Struck out: Hy Wil
liams, 0; by Frelne, 4. Pnsseil ball:
Shafer. Sncrlfico hits: A. Shnfur. 2.
Double play: Kiclne-A. Shnfer-lliod-
otlck. Tlnto of game: Hi. 20m. Um
pire: Dower. Scorer: W. II. H.ibbttt.
II It It
KM WIHS IN RACE
Tho Knmchamehn easily won tho
Iieckley Cup rnco yesterday, with tho
tlladys second nnd the Ilclcno third,
tho Hawaii I out of It on account of
a bplll jib. Tho actual tlmo of tho
ICaniohameha, scratch boat, was tlh.
12m. 2."ib or IStn. fis. actual tlmo
uhcad of tho (ilad)S.
The ynchts ciofhcil tho line In a
bunch, with tho Hawaii I leading,
tho (iladys following, and tho Kant
mid the Holcno close together. Heat
ing up to Diamond Head, tho Hawaii
I split hot- Jib, nnd chopped out at
tho stnkeboat. Tho Knm rounded
first, with tho Gladys a good second,
and tho lloleno far to tho bad.
They finished In this order. Tho
official times of the yachts:
Knmelinmeha: Hep., scr. Actual
tlmo, fib. 12m. 2.',s. Collected time,
Gh. 12m. 2."s.
Ol.idys, Hep., 10m. Actual time,
7h. 00m. 30s. Corrected time, Ch.
no m. 30s.
lloleno: Hep., 2,'im. Actual time,
Sh. 01m. Corrected tlmo, 7h'. 39m.
seL Stoddard-Dayton sealed
By the Hour or Trip
G-. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UNO GARAGE.
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OarriedBall to Bench
At Oritical Time
Yos; after Sam Chllllngwortlt had
dropped an easy one, which let Tnkn
hnmu to llrst and Sasaki and Hlgo
across the plate. Kddlo Fernandez
thought tho gamo was pau, thought
the Kelos had only mado tlio score
4 to I, and wulkcd to the bench with
the bal. Why didn't ho mall It. or
send It away by Wolls-Kargo?
Hut tho gamo was none tho less
leniarkTiblo, through tho pitching of
Attiny, tho Rlverslder who wns im
ported for tho occasion, and who did
biicli execution with his curved ball
that tho gamo ought to have heeu all
his over and ovor. Amoy may bo
well termed tho sensation of this
t-c.ibon. Ho signalized tho llrst inn
ing hy striking out all thiee man.
nnd ho kept up tho tactics thtough
nut the gamo. Ho stiuck out eight
men altogether, and hold the Kclos
to four hits.
Tho gamo wns further lnemorablo
f i oni tho fact that it marked tho re
appearance of llcrt Rower, for a long
tlmo an umpire, and oucu ono of tho
crack outfielders ot tho local league.
Ueit showed tho effect ot being out
ol the game, but ho will piobahly
bo able to deliver the good3 in tho
old shnpo In a week or two. us ho
was i cally not nt all bad yesterday.
Tho JowoIb plied up tholr runs
systematically tluough tho game. Ono
In tho third on Olmos' blnglc, ono In
tho fifth, on an over throw from Ill
go, one In tho seventh on Atnoy's
steal nnd Sam Chllllngworth's hit,
and ngnl'u In tho ninth, on Leslie's
two-bagger nnd Knnkl's error.
The Koios, however, squeezed In
tlio nocess.uy three runs in the last
of the ninth. '
Runs and bate hits hy Innings:
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D. Heads 0 0101010 1 4
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Kelo 0 0 0 10 0 0 1 3 C
II. II 00011002 0 4
SUMMARY. Two-baso hit: Leslie.
Pato on balls: Off Amoy, B; olT Mu
rakami, 3. Struck out: Hy Amoy, Sj
by Mutnkanil, 1. Wild pitch: Murn
knml. Sncrlfico hits: Kelo. 4. Dou
blo plays: Kankl-Sasakl-Tnknhnmn,
Abo-Sasaki. Tlmo: 1:10. Umpires:
Hyines, A. Shnfer. Scorer: W. II.
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The plckcd-iip uniplro plun woik
od better yestciday In tho second
1,111110 than It has Blnco it wns innu
guiated. Hums did good woik,
which cannot bo said of the two men
who had tho Job In tho flist gamo.
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Saints Win In Last
Game of Series
It was n happy day yesterday for
St. I.ouis. when, with lltishnell back
in thu box ntnl Soarcs behind the bat.
I hoy wrested from the Clarans the
hist Kiiuio of tho trlatiRlb series.
The Saints got their lonR lend In
tho fourth, when Aylctt singled with
tho bases full, and M. Shafcr dropped
oiio behind the bat, letting In three
Tho Santa Claras evened tilings by
n strenuous effort, and had the game
still hatiKlni; by tho edgo In tho
ninth. Then llrodorlck dropped
(ile.ibous hunt in tho ninth, after a
small Bwat-fest, nnd the gnmo closed
I to .1 for the locals.
llushnoll was in nice form, nnd tho
Saints wore steadier than usual with
Somes behind tho bat. It wus a big
surprise to tho whole crowd, but to
tho Clarans most of nil.
St. Louis 00030000 1 4
II. II 0 0 0 3 0 0 111 C
S. Claras 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 3
II. II 01210M1 1 9
SUMMARY. Two-base hit: Vnn-
natta. Throe-baso lilts: Kllburn,
Kennedy. Homo run: Lap pin, A.
Shafer. llaso on balls: Off Ilushncll,
fi; off Kllburn, 2. Stutck out: lly
llushnell. 7: by Kllburn, 10. Sacrl-
llco hits: Urodorlck. I'lada-. Double
plays: Kilbtiru-llrodcrlck. Time:
1:23. Umpire: Hunts. Scorer: W.
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NOT ENOUGH EXCITEMENT FOR
HIM TIME SPENT ON
Washington D. c July 24. If )ou
want to mnko a navy man real rest-
loss Just sit down and begin to talk
to bint about "the president's yacht."
Politeness or it innv bo merely
plain scorn of you nB a landsman
may keep him quiet a whllo.
Hut do not bo discouraged. Go
Ight on using tho phraso mentioned
above. Ho will take it out In squirm
ing for utthllo. Then bo will break
"Tho president hasn't any yacht!"
"No, of com so not. strictly sneak
ing," you admit. "Hut tho Mayflower
"Isn't tho president's yacht at all!"
"Well, not this prlvnto nroncrty
naturally. Rut, isn't It sot nsldo for
his use? '
"No; It Isn't."
Hy this tlmo scorn has triumnhed
In tho naval mind.
'Tho Maynower." ho continues.
Impressively, "Is sometimes only
bontetlinca detnlled for tho presi
dent's uso at rovlowit or on somo simi
lar occasion. Occasionally members
of his family go on her. Dut as for
tho president using her for the slinnlo
joy of It why, don't you know that
ho Imtcs yachting?"
You admit possibly that you hadn't
"Well, ho does," snys tho naval
poison. "Ho hates It. As for tho
Mayflower, ho goes aboard hor onlv
when ho has to nnd ho gets off tho
ntlnuto ho" can."
"Perhaps ho Isn't a good sailor?"
"On tho contrary, he's it first rato
sailor. Rut sitting nioimd tho deck
of a yacht Is too tamo for hint. It
boioB him to death,"
Tho naval person Millies tellcctlvo-
"Did )ou out hear tho storv nboia
tho president's ono and only yachting
ttlp for pleasure?" ho goes on.
"Somebody Invited him to go a fow
yunts ago nud thu Invitation must
CHKVKNNK, Wyo Aug. 22.
Btrci-roping championship nt tho Kiuntler D.iy contest hero today. Ills
tlmo was f,(! BccomR Alchlo Kitnua took thlnl place, nnd Jack Low
This Is not the first tlmo that Hawaii i oners have won honois .at
Cheyenne, but It Is a very gratifying victory, Inasmuch as high honois
wcio taken by nil toiiti-stnuts from these Islands. Angus MoPheo took
honors List time.
Iiavo struck him when his' stuck of
excuses was phenomenally low. At
any rato, he couldn't scorn to bog off,
so ho ory reluctantly wont ubonrd
and tho yacht stnited.
Sidestepped the Trio.
"Hut just us It left Us anchorage
tho president suddenly declared Hint
ho had forgotten something of tiio
utmost Impoitaiico, nnd that hu'd
have to go back after It Throats,
pra) era, entreaties all woio In vain,
Tho mysterious homothlug must ho
got, and bv no other hand than his.
"A small boat was called, for the
piosldeut Insisted on lowing himself
ashore in a local boat, and off ho
went. Yos, sir; oft ho wont and ho
never canto back. And that you un
derstand, was his one and only yacht
ing trip for pleasure.
"If )ou could whang tho whole ship
itrnun'd, mnybo ho'd llko It bettor.
Hut when ho has a oyagu of tiny
consequence to make, as tho crutso
to Panama, he doesn't go on tlio May
How or anyway. Ho goes on a bU
battleship, where thciu nro plenty of
things to keep hint Interested.
"As for tho .Mayflower, she Is sent
off on plenty of other missions be
sides thnt of carrying tho president.
She is sent on very many missions
when a loss expensive ctsel Is not
available. Sho Is an l.SuO-tou ship,
and, of course. It costs a good deal
to tun hor, hut sho Is often sent on
special service without nny regard to
At this point thoro Is nuothcr ex
cellent opportunity to stir up tho mi
al person. Just Intimate that tho
Mayflower is pictured by the popular
mind ns a sort of lloatlng patneo,
furnished nud maintained most lux
uriously ror tho president's uso.
Never mind tho actual language,
but hero nro a row slmplo facts drawn
out by tho nbovo remarks. Tho Mn)
flower was not used by tho president
until after her commission in 1902.
Something less than two years later
thoro was a good deal of political talk
about thu extravagant fitting up or
tho vessel nud her uso ns.a sort or
pleasuto boat by tho president.
Thnt was Just beforo the national
conventions four yenrs ago. and John
Sharp Williams got wrought up ovor
tho nwful sinfulness of tho president
picnicking In a flouting palace nt tho
public expense. John Sharp said so
In congress. To which Moody, then
sectetnry or tho navy, replied with
Some Significant Facts.
"During the twenty-one mouths
which hud elapsed slue tho pros;
dent's first uso or the Mayflower, ho
had traveled on her just U4 tulles.
During that tlmo tho vessel had sail
ed 22,000 miles. Even the mind or n
party opponent could guisp tho fact
that sho had been doing a liltln some
thing during those twenty-one months
besides carrying the president around.
"During that period ho had spout
upon her a total of fotty boius. That
was less than two days And or tlieso
Tort) hours, nil, except upon ono oc
casion, were spent In tho porrormapco
or official duties."
Tho president wns ' not there on
pleasure except (hat unfading rup
ture which ho takes In tho perform
ance or his official duties.
"Hut," said tho John Sharpscs,
"how about tho president's family
Thereupon moro figures wcro pro
duced. During these . twonty-ono
months tho total tlmo spent on board
hy nny members of tho president's
family or their guests was ono week.
And the distance traveled whllo these
persons wcro nboard was 410 miles.
Rut the expense? Tho eggs nnd
bacon for breakfast? Tho potatoes?
Tho tripe? Tho tnarcaronl? Tho
boiled beets? Tho canned succotash?
At Our Big
Clean -Up Sale
$70 Standard Drop Head Sewing C9 A
Machines at - - - YJU
$35 Sewing Machines going for $!5
Prices in every part of. the house are
This is the place to save money
L. B. KERR & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Department Store,
i-if Mi iihtL iiaitttitiimii ii.nhfti
piird) of Hawaii won thu world's
Thu pepper sauce? Tho pigs' feet and
Answers Mr. Moody: "All expendi
tures of uory. nat in i) occasioned by
tho lslt of thy ptosldont or nny of
his family or guests have bicn paid
Tho opposition Hindu n last stand,
hovoer. They 'said that tho boat
was fitted In extravagant luxury for
tlio prosldenl'B use. And they throw,
bo In speak, ieei.i1 solid mat bio
bathtubs at tho head of the secretary
mid defied him to explain them nwny.
Nobody wants to explain them away,
but ir any accommodating person will
coino nround with a dmy nnd n
plumber remove llio marblo tubs, and
Htthclltuto llrst cluss porcelain ones,
why. Ilii'v wont find hair ns much
tioiibbj penetrating to tho Interior or
tlio Mayflower as u nowsiuner lenorl-
1 1 r has on tho satno errand.
Quilt for Ofjden Qoelct.
Tho Mnyllowor was Inilll In ISflO,
nt Clydebank, Scotland, for Ogdeii
floelct. Tho Thompsons woio hor
builders, nud sho wns ono of tho
handsomest vessels of her kind utlo.it
when she was finished. Sho made her
fiist and only ciulsc under pi halo
ownership ownership when rho
brought tho body or Ogdeii (loelet In
this country In 18!)7.
When tho war with Spain begun
tho Mayflower wns bought by thl i
government, and Is the laigost nud
finest, though not til') fastest, of (un
converted yachts. All hor lino filtlngn
wore taken out of her before sho wan
put Into commission. Hut after tho
war many or them wero restored.
When she was built her various
rooms were finished In different
woods, hut they nro now uulfoimly
coveted with white enamel. Sho has
several beautiful marblo mantelpieces,
and hor Interior woodwork hms somo
former library has been mndo ovor
within the past year or two and 1:1
now transformed Into two staterooms
Tor the uso or tho president ami his
wife or his guests.
The china, linen, and such furnish
ings mo different front those which
tho vessel would receive If sho weto
not used by tho president. Rut the
difference Is only to this degree, that
they nro thu special linen, china, etc.,
provided for uso by an admiral.
Those arc all especially niitdo for tho
uso of our admirals, nud display tho
emblem peculiar to the r.tnk,
Tho vpsboI. however. Is not coin
mnnded by an admiral, nor does any
special rank go with Its command be
cause of Its occasional uso by tho
picsldcnt. It has a complement of
eight ofilccrs and 105 men, Is built of
Uecl, Is 2.C00 tons displacement, has
a speed or 1G.8 knots, Is 273 root long,
3(i feet In breadth, and has a mean
diaught ot 17 reel 4 Inches.
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BURNS DEFEATED SQUIRES
SYDNEY, Aus., Aug. 24. Hums
defeated Sqttlics, tho Australian
champion, today ror tho thlnl time,
knocking him out In the thirteenth
lound. Tho contcsfwas attended by
the high officials or Sydney nnd hy
Admiral S perry nnd tunny of tho of
ficers ot the visiting Atlantic Fleet,
tho affair having been arranged pruo
tlcally as a part of Sydney's enter
tainment for the visitors.
Prendorgast, n Fleot champion,
knocked out Holt ot Aubtrulin In tho
fifth lound In one ot tho prelimina
ries. Men-o'-Warsmen in Boat Races
In the regatta sports In tlio after
noon the 12-oarcd cutter crew from."
the battleship Louisiana defeated tho
ciow of the battleship Illinois.