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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 26, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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should tc kcp up in fine condition all the time; it
ilocs not pay to let thAi rut down. To keep them up you
:iccd the best of material stu-h as SHERWIN-WILLIAMS'
YACHT WHITE FINISH, .jvl-.-ch wc have In qts. and gal
Ions; HULL and DECK PALY. T, in qts. and gallons; COP
PER PAINT, in 1-4. 1-2. and l-gnllon cans; and DURA
BLE SPAR VARNISH in nil sii s cans from. 1-2 pint to gal.
The WHITE YACHT FINIS t is a special paint for
yachts and is used for all fine "k on the mainland.
BRUSHES AND EVERYTHINvt ELSE NEEDED to
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A New Line of PISE WASHABLE MADRAS in the
latest designs suitable for Men's Negligee Shiits and La
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White PICKLING VINEGAR "' 3-lb. clocks)
PICKLES (sweet and sour) TOMATO KETCHUP
OLIVES BAKED BEANS, ETC.
JUST ARRIVED. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER.
Tim ilassy raid nfTcicil by the Ccntr.il Athletic Club Tor
S.iLvtiduy night, which promises unparalleled sport, Is;
' Pour Hounds Willis vs. I,nne. bantams.
I night Itimnds AVnhllanl ve. McCollough, wultcrwelghts.
vl'irtcpii Hounds- Jnrlt McKmidon vs. Chmllc Hellly; tlio
former, lightweight champion of Hawaii, the latter or the Coast.
"Hairing nccltVcnts.'l shall win by ho pulled oft goes in tho Hawaiian
A knockout wltjilu twelve louiids," Onciit lionise Which Ihn mil, Mr -mi
said Jack McVudrieii last evening In lemciuberi ns line exhibitions, mid
speaking tor his mining bout Willi 'mow lio Is slated for a go with onn of
Ucllly. Civnillc Is Just iib ennmtcnt.' tlio cleverest bojs In tho game.,
I know I'm a winner." ho Bays, "nil McKnddon tinned down an offer to
tuck my man. away. Sec If I don't." net as spanlng p.irtncr for Abe At
At nil events, whoever wins It pio-'tell, a Job -with all torts of allure
mlscs to be n great k. iirobnlily tlio monts. especially to stay over hcio
greatest whlc h has ever been held In and meet Hellly.
tho Territory of Ilnw.ill. Tlicso boys,'
iiiim-iiuii uir iiiieen rouims dcioio tuu
I'entral Athletic Club Satin day nlRlit,
are both cIilsh), ktiong, wcll-'tralnctl,
and conlldcitt. In fact, this ro flt
tlnglj crowns jis the main event
about the most attractive 'card over
offcicil In Honolulu nml theie lintc
been some Rood ones.
McPailden Is the undefeated cham
pion of I In watt In the lightweight
thiss. He has a iccoid whli It every
Honolulu spin C knows by heart, and
which ever) ringside light looks upon
w Hi nilmlnitlon. ih was known
lieio us a great tioscr In the dajs
And this much Is certain Mclul
den Iiiih heietofoio won all his fights.
but this time he has his work cut out
for him, and will be placed where ho
can tight as he nccr fought before.
"Rcllly will put lilni out," remark
ed an enthusiast last night.
"Nay; Mcl'addcn will do It bcfoio
the fifteenth lounil," said another, ns
Hut, while (he public can't help
feeling the gieiit and Interesting cle
ment of uncertainty as to which man
will provo the best, the public Is on
to ono thing whichever man wins
will Ho so only lifter a go that Is
wjienjhlugs were doing ut the Zoo; worth while, and Mich a go as stirs
By the Hour or Trip
Gr. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE.
II. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
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Your chemist keeps hcshly pr;parcd by POTTIE a Remedy for the
Colic or Gripes, Congestion and Inflammation of Bowels, Kidney
nijd Liver Complaints, Distemper, Inluenzi, Sore Throat, Dry Cough,
Strangle, and other Throat and L-inpr Complaints.
Rheumatism, Shoulder Lamcne'.s, Hip and Stifle Lameness, Enlarg
ed and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Sulebone, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot procure them at your drug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
AL. THU5L0W Propiietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, CIiops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Progs' Legs
Cooked to n Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor, Nuuanu & Merchant.
the blood and waims the crowd to
jells of Joy.
.lack Is working now with Nigel
.Inckson. He has hecu putting In tho
labors of a Hercules In the past few
weeks, mid Is now loiindlng Into that
Man edgu of condition which puts a
man on his toes.
And licllly? Well, Hellly Is all to
the good. He Is an experienced boxer,
but It Is safe to say that lin could
never luitc been In finer fettle thnn
ho Is today. Ucllly has boxed with
most bf the classy bo)n on tho Coast,
and his iccord speaks for Itself. Ho
Is it hard nut to crack and no mistake
Ucllly In winking Into the last
keen edge of condition under the ca
pable direction of Professor Polo
I l.i I on.
Until boys are undefeated, In their
inline, nnd meet for tlio first time.
The result is Inevitable a great ga
fiom the first tap of the gong.
Young Nelson, the lightweight
boxer, who has dono sorpo crcdltnblo
work in vnilous bouts here, says that
he Is out of the name. Hn mva II
doesn't pay the boxer for all his trim-
ble, and he Is tired or It. So hn has
decided to rest on the laurels lie lins
It II It
BREAKS SWIMMING RECORD
I.OS ANfli:i.i:s, Calif., Aug. 1C
Ono Coast record was smashed In tho
firth nuuiinl loiuuniuent of tho
Southern California Swlmmlnir Ab.io-
elation nt Naples today. W. A.
Abcgg. Swiss champion, won tho 440-
jnrd dash in C:0n 1-2. coming well
under the fi:0? record of YV. Poinerov
of the Oljmple Club of San Prancls
co, former Coast champion.
Pomeroy won tho 8S0-yard dash,
tho feature of the day. In 10:14 2-r,.
defeating tho I.os Angeles Athletic
cum entry. Hen Wellington, by 40
arils. Prank Holdnrow of Venice
won the GO-yard chamiilonsbln nl
Southern California In :30 Hat. Geo.
Ilrotnley of the Olympic Club, second.
Holdorow nlso won the 100-yard
championship of Southern California
In 1:04 1-3, Iliomley second. Abcgg
won tho 220-ynrd championship of
souuivrn California In 3:50.
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We are now showing
recently bought by our Mr. Brasch
' in NEW YORK.
Embroidered Wash Robes
Belts and Belting
Burns And Hart, Crack
Ball Players And
When tho Mongolia leaves hcio
Kilday night sho will carry out for
the Coast two of the best sports and
classiest ball-players who have ever
been seen in this Territory. They
are Hums and Hart, the St. Mary's
bojs, who have played through tho
"triangle" scries with the Punalioiis.
nnd have dono much to wlu for that
team Its high standing in the outcorvi
of this schedule.
Hums, who had never phocd a
game at short, was asKed to try tho
placo when ho came here, and con
sented. Ho played a better game at
the poslUon than event Art Shafcr,
who tame here heralded ns the man
for whom the big leaguers would pay
a price. And he was better than any
of the men that Mike Klshcr had here
for this Job. He cau not only field up
the ball, but ho can wing It to iirst,
which Is equally Important.
He has tilled In behind the but
when asked, and In championship
foim. At the end of this last week
he placd for the Kclos, on n fnv
liouis' notice, out of ptiro accommo
dation, ami furnished a rattling
Hart has hecu cmially accommodat
ing, though lie hns been unfortunato
enough to be ill through tho latter
part of the scries, and lias not taken
part. Hut nil ono can help remem
bering tho great game which ho
pitched against tho Kclos u month
ago, when ho had them going all tho
time, nnd at no stage of tho gamo al
lowed them lo land on his offerings
for anything substantial.
In fact, the readiness which tlicso
boys luno shown lo bo accommodat
ing, to All in where nsked, and to
work as haul or harder than any of
the local players all through, has won
for them tho highest prnlso here.
They aro good spoils. They luivo
played the game hero for the puro
lovo of tho game, as there was noth
ing In It for I hem. Down heiu for a
rip, with no Interest in thn outcome,
pill o amateurs, they yet phiycil like
friends, nnd managed to put up Homo
of the best baseball thu fans of Ho
nolulu have ever seen.
Plajcis and fans nllko will cer
tainly iinlto In saying Aloha to llurni
and Unit. ,
A meeting of the Atkinson llascti.ill
League will he held this afternoon ut
5 o'clock for tho purpose of a Mirt ot
lcorganlzallon pieparatory to begin
ning operations In September. It H
pofslblo that Mime now teams will bn
admitted to tho League today, mid
the nnmo of tho organization chang
ed. The Atkinson League Is composed
of the llrowcry. Laundry, Iroquois,
Police, nnd Rainbow teams, as It now
stands. Thiec now organizations,
however, aro in the field, will pos
sibly ho admitted, and will thus bring
up the number of teams actively en
gaged In the games to seven. Tho
new ones which are looked on as pos
sibilities, aro tho Marines, tho Ke-w-alos,
mid the llaulwnls, all three ot
which are organized mid anxious to
play ball. Ilesldcs this, tho KnlnbowH
have changed their name to tho Ala
Moanns, so that (hero will bo Mimn
ted tnpo to tic up In regnrd to thla
This Lcaguo is notoworthy from
the fact that it Is a sort ot training
school for tho Illversldo and Hlg
Leagues, in fact, some of the best
men now phiylng Aula Paik b.u.cbi,H
cmno originally from the Atkinson
League, where they got a lialnlug
that has made their carccis since ra
:: u tt
Kranklc IMwaids, who is matched
lo box Kill Texas at Sail Diego twen
ty rounds on August 20th, will Icavo
Tuesday for the south lo put on tho
Mulshing touches In his condition.
Tho ni tick's call for SO per cent, of
thu puihc, lo lio divided 00 per cent,
to the winner and 40 per cent, to tlio
loser. Kdwnrds Is In good slmpo mill"
feels conlldcnt of trimming Texas,
who g.ivn Hilly Siialtlimu mii Ii hard
li.it tics. IMwaids and Trv.ia nro to
make 1"!S pounds four hour:) Imfnra
entcilng Hie ling. S. V. Hiilletlu.
At Our Big
Clean -Up Sale
$70 Standard Drop Head Sewing
Machines at -
$35 Sewing Machines going for
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Prices in every part of the house are
This is the place to save money
L B. KERR & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Department Store,
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Weekly Bulletin 85 Per Year
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