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EV1ININH tllfl.t.iniN, HONOLULU, T It , WHMNIISOAY, SHIT 2,. t 'HIS.
toos.: ' j-.
shcul.1 Le kept i j in fine condition all tin time; it
decs net piy to let th ) i ; in ilown. To ke:p them up yo-i
need the best of mate ,al rich ns SHERWIII-WILLIAM3'
YACHT WHITE riNP!A wlrcii wo Iwc In qte. nnd gel
lors; HULL nnd DEC : PAWL in qts. nnd iji-llcns; COP
PER PAINT, in 1-4. 1 ' mil l-gallon cans; and DURA
ELK SPAR VAK1IIS1I -n .-11 she cans from 1-2 pint to gal.
The WHITE YAO-IT FINISH i-, n special paint
yachts and is used fo r!l fnc work on ths mainland.
BRUSHES AND EVEvthin'O LEGE HEEDED
Rk up jour yacht to b- lnd p.t
Q, MLL & m, LTD.
B.V.U. TOtRWtAK '
A new line of B. V. D. undem-u I.ti jtit turned. Thus
garments arc made of Nainsook ut .$1 00 a suit Knee drav.crs
and sleeveless shirts.
We carry a bi; line of Shoes, Men's. Ladies' nnd Childic.Vs
Bind, and Tan. Vici, Calf and Run Metal. These arc durable,
neat and natty All sizes and widths. Pnccs .WOO, S3.50, and
We hae on hand a splcnlid and stylish line of clothing. It
came duectly fiom New York, and vc sell nt reasonable piiccs,
from S" 50 to $15 00 a suit. Pare voolcn pools. You can never
have a suit of clothing like w can offer you for that price. Coaio
and sec oiu immense stock.
quires (iave Burns
Very Good Fight
,tat when I he KW Miutidcd
Uomiil 12 rii.lllits again dctet
inlncdlv rotted tin' llghtln:; at tliu
Ihcgtlltllllg of tho imtiiil, Hut ns he
mming qultl!) olwlvu, dewing Itla
opponent ci.i !) swift sidestepping
mill dodglag, mil, a') Hie blows full
hiiriulcss, ste idled tlio Australian
with two lightning puuihcs He then
,., Iiittitl.nl lgou.M nnd Situlios, Ills
IOI1IIU) ......I 1....I.... ..I.lnl. llr...l l.l.i.
Hill IK, HlO AlllOlltall lll.lJ,lKlll.U.IHBl tt llll till. llPflllBhlnlUI-
linn ilircitti! Hill Squlies, tho Aus- lug tlio lost r the iimiiil.
in-lliin iliiiiiiilnii, In tliu thlitipiilh ' Hound 1.1 Hums cuno up sluing,
uiiiil, lifter ,i tunllli light Tho, mid oppiiui tlio lighting with a tcr
liotora were f.ilily tun until liiu , illlc right swing tli.it gr.md the Aus
sKI'i kiiiiiiI, nt tin- mil of whlrll tinlliili'l thill 'Hip niPii Ml Into a
bVONHY, Am. Auk. 21
I) t'l IIIO 1 WClt' lOVt'lllt With llllKlll.
in l 'io leieiith itiimd Squirm liiiiui'il
1 hiv, j on ll.ii in' f.uo iiutl law tint
in itlc Hums rppc.itnll) KiogR The
IlKllllllg 111 tllC tlKlltll W.IH llf I ill!
Ik lees I I I int. l) L 't txiliauglliK pow-t-rful
Ik Hid ninth Squires w.ih ngnlii
tliu iigKitsMii, hut leuUeil icinslilci
.ilile liiitiNhinciit ii 1 1 1 thu Imib
niiil fine. In the tenth Sinilrta nui
Ishcil HitiiiK iiliout the hi .til. 1 lio
iRiversiders To Look
Into Charges '
CIllllRlM Of BclllllV ItlC r.ll.tlll 111.
A. C h i ot. .!! ri'ina und tj nl A il i
I'.irl., tho liiunt of wlili h Htoiii to ho
lihiroil nl the ilom of WulKer, tho
llclilel, will ho IiimmIIk.iIoiI to.uoi-
iiw t'Nciiliig nt .i mectliiE of tho
liaglle, to he hchl lit the o III ecu of
I,. C. AIMiikoii.
point lc.il Ii.ih hrcti ni.utc out o
thlH thing, mill II It Is tiuu that the
Whitney & Marsh
tlliirh, mill iis thev In okc Hill nil plnit
tcil u tiiiir-iitni blow near tho point
of Sdiilieu' thin, k inline li tin to the
lluor. It tool, the Aitstinli.fi nlno Ka'e wiiii nl 1 In tho Intcnst or hct
iciomln to lecoici, tinil as ho mose 'or. expulsions will follow, ncvoiil
groggy Hums put lilni ilown ngalu 'K ' " Ht itemeiit ln.ulo this inorn-
wlth a short iippctuit. Tho rercrco 'ns "no "I e mosi proniiiieiu ui
loimteil eight lipforo he w.ih iihle to the l.e iguu oniccrs.
llse. mid tin n hMi)lng on his revt, I Uowper, tliu tliiirgp may now ho
ho l.m.li.il ii llrlii ilnht on IIiiiiir' tuittil Intk to Mjmn of tliclr fimnitn-
ilhs. Tho Anieiltnn molly nwiillil
mi opening, mill when It i-iniu tllp
Aniprli.in was hhullng fiicl.i, hut nt- peil the AuKtiiilliiu a rlght-liiinilcr on
lnil.nl his opponunt Ileuelj. Ill tho the thin that split him ilown mill
eleenth Simlres IiiihIkiI tluee right' out. Tho leferco ipuiileil Squires
iippeiiuls, rollout (1 hj it stiiggci lug j out mi Ills seuunls tluow un tlio
loft on the nose Hiiiiih wiih oi sponge,
gioggy when he went In his loimr! tt it tt
as the gong toiiuileil. Ill tho twelfth Til fAni) TA hi III
Suulirs foitnl tho lighting. Imt.ll llUDll IU rlftl
Itui ns was tlusUe, mill ilrcw his op- i 1)111 llITU CTAHC UCHC
poiipiitHll.elltilllSipilrestll.il. 1ALL Willi ulflKu tlLnL
In Hie tlilitcetitli ruiinil Hut uh inn
ileil ,i In I Ilk HWlug on Sillllies' dilii.
I he Auxti.illnii wns llooied for nlnu
fOtoiiilH As ho must! giogg, un up
ppnut Kent him lo the lloor iigiiin foi
eight seronds Ah ho stood ngaln,
Hui us I indeil u light to the thin that
clowned Mm, nnd he watt counted
CORNER OF KIXO nnd BETHEL STS.
& Co. I
In Hot Weather. Cool Off!
Duffy's Apple Juice
Grapo Catel and
Refrcliins and non-nlcoholic.
Either Mill touch the spot.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
Your chemist kcrps freshly pr "arcd by POITIE a. Remedy lor the
fcllowinp; complaints: rti
Colic or Onpcs, ConRcstion and Inflammation of Bowels, Kidney
nnd Liver Complaints, Distemper, Influenza, Sore Thioat, Dry Cough,
Strangles, and other Throat and Linp Complaints.
Shcumatism, Shoulder Lameness, Hip pud Stifle Lameness, Enlarg
ed and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Fulcbonc, Spavins, Etc., Etc,
If you cannot procure them at your drug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
trJ-Mt t, fv H ftiJ
rile light In loiindd'
Kiiutid t When time was called
i lid the men lame to tho tenter of
tho ring t he Indulged In consldei
uble relntlng nnd ipilcl. footworK,
both hclng i.tpld and atturite.
H(iilr'3 led his light without 1 Hid
ing, Hums coming hid. with a hard
light on the bods Simlres landed a
llK'lt I" !1(? 11 un tin liiu 1UU1IIIU ..'liw.'il.i
Hound 2 Squires lushed the llghl
lut, rollow'lng u h nd loft to tlio body
with anothci lo the laid Dm lis rc
InlL.tcd with two hard blows to
Kqulics' ribs. Squires dicw first
blood with a hard punch to Hums'
iio"e, mid had decidedly the better ot
Hound .! Squires landed on Hums'
lioilj rrequentls. and Hums countered
uniiierciriill) with his right. li.tlng
the better of tho lighting at tho call
of time, although Squires agnlii diew
blood with n blow to Hiiiiih' month.
Hound I Hums drew blood with
ten lilt swings to the AiiHtiallan's
nose mid mouth, mid also landed oth
er blows to tho head. SqulicH ut
titUcil stiongl) with swings for
Hums' held Doth men wciu now
Round f Squlies got In ti tci rifle
left on Hums' Jaw, mid tho men
cllnihid being sepiatcd h) the lef
eret Squlies sidestepped, mid
Hill ns follow eil II till to his coinei,
Squlies dodging mid gttllng nw.i)
until the gong hounded
Hound ii -HuriiH got homo two
hei blows on Similes' bod), the
Ml Ue I'isher has made a teu-stilKo
In Kcuirlng T Cobb as n member
or the hall tciiiu Hint Is to tour tho
Oilctit this winter, Including Hono
lulu. Cobb Is the leading batsiunn
In tho Aincrltaii l.eaguo and probnb
Ij the most talKed-about placr now
In tho giinie'.
Colib('u tcirlllt hatllng wus tho
ihlct factor In boosting the TIgeia
from last position to Hist in tlio
tltibo race In the big Itaguc. I
tluns. A pl.ijcr who nt ono tltuti
talked of resigning out ot disgust
with tho nlfulr, slated that tho t.mw
or his siispliluns wiih the fact that
Wnlkei I an oer Into left Held to nib
llj balls, nnd then diopped them. II
Is stntcd h) hiiiio or tho Aula funs,
on the other hand, that Wiilkcr was
nuwr sum In pulling down a lly
ball, and that he has rrcquciitl) Ipu
guilt or cnors before. .
I The hatting rcconls or tho inootc I
giinie hao been looked into. It U
round that Walker inndo thrco out
'or tho eight hits which tlio loseis
Tlicio Is u Turthcr ratt which lias
been brought to light in the gossip
which n.ituuilh goes luouiid. It ap
peals that one or tho men connctliil
i with the teuns Is thought to luic
bet twenty dolt us oil tho outioint', to
luic lott, and lo hac shown a good
limns signs of plquo after the game.
This minor, howucr. Is not cilflcd,
and the facts will prolialilv not bo
of Anla I'mk.
fnlili wtiu iiiiiriln.l ilnrlnrr
week mid wiltes to Tlshcr that his "usiaccorii) hiiown until me nieei
brldo will make the trip to tho mr'1"; ' tomoriow mchIiir.
Kast with him. Usher Is Jubilant1 II ls olcn ot aa n "lty lr ll '"
Hint tho Tiger has signed, ns the t,llc' tl,nt tblnB ' "'e touupt
great outfielder's name was all that.""1 Iu,s ,clc')t lnto Bamcs B" mrel'
was needed to round out thu team. "'"' "e"' .'" ."" KV"'! "B "rc """"
That the All Amei leans will bo
glen a rojnl reception in Japan Ih
nssuicd. accnidlug to letteis leeched
by Usher from Jess Woods, who
went on as advance ngcut.
Woods goes to China from tho
land or the Mikado uiul then to Ma
nila (lames will be arranged with
teams ut all tho linpoitmit cities.
SFES 'illlll BAIL
DIAMOND HEADS ME
' 1. ROILER AS HOSTS
I'll ISHtmci, I'a , Aug 22.
I'ltthhtug won tho gieatist ball
game ucr platd III this (It) fi out
Hitiokl!! today, 1 to u The (oil
iest lasted seicnteen liilllugs, which
hie.iki nil iccords foi estin-ltinlng .
games in this (It) mid equals tho '
N itlonul League lerord ror "l-tn-0"
games, inndo h Chlrago and Hoton
In 1101 Tho Woild'a record foi a
similar conttst Is ulghtteu inuluas,
la ide lj" I'ini lilt nrc nnd I) t'olt In'
tvSJ Ilaln 'stopiied tho giime todny
In the seionil liming, but phi) was
iivn t ttiii.in ,,ti n.Miiii'n ijiii,, iiiv .I. .
Austiallan lephlng with haul swings "-umeil In twent)-llo minutes on mi i'"oi
,to Hums' Jiw. Until men wciobltPtl- ""rtniol wet Held, and u muplo of "i
Inr when tho round cnileil.
Hound T Squires opcurd tho
iminil with ii blow to Hums' (hill,
IqlltrKh follow oil with u snond to
tlio hiimu spot Hums dodged mid
sidestepped throughout tho lound,
Squlies following li i til up mid landing
rieqiicut blows on the champion's
rate llurns wns dlstlnttl) groggyat
tho gong, and tho lound wns stiongly
In Squires' fnvcii.
Itound R Squires opennl with a
iOYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURL0W 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 Her:. Cor Nuuanu & Merchant.
innings were plavccl in inthei n
htij lain. Young nnd I'natorliis
cith plli lied ii splendid game. Holh
weio htiong with men on bases.
1 nomas Hicd tho game foi tho homo
team In the tliiiteenth Inning hy u
long tluow to tho pinto fiom tentei
field, tatehliig I'nstorlus. The win
ning inn wus made In the bccn
tttntli Inning uftei two men wcio
lout Young, tho thlid nun up, sin
gled and went to thlid on a sluglo
t Thomas. Pastnrlus
in CILKS, SATING, an 1 WASH MATERIALS.
New Laces and Trimmings
"When shoes wear out they're nrndcl new,
Whilst men worn out are men dead too."
WE put new life into a paii of
shoes in a jiffy. You can sit
down in our store and have your
shoes half-soled and heeled while
you wait. Done cheaply too.
REG-AX SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING- AND BETHEL STS.
inn Ifl utrfilV1it.il rm lilnvv frnm hit
le rull In Hums' race, lloth men ,'tn-' '""" l ",8- "'"ouei. i
roiightlleneb thioughnut the round. Imt fo1 tl10 fllBt Ume- '"-lcil a
each exchanging hequent st.iggcilng ?c,xna ''K1"1' ve tond base,
blows, Hums ending the round with '" lnBlnB '" """B' Sc"ro:
ii hind IpH hnolc to Squlies' Jaw. " '"
Hound 1 Squires continued on tho ,. ,JI,K l
aggrcsshe. and inndo tho lighting In """''klMi . '. 0 9 (1
ti... . ,.i. .... ,.f .i- ..,.! !!,..., I Hutteilps: 'Voiiiik uiul nibson; I'ab-
howoiei. landed punishing blows on ,'' l"B "'"' 'cr. Uiiiplio; O'Day.
Squlies' (best, follow nl with left i
hooks to thn jaw nnd chin. I
Hound 10 Squlies attacked Hums
llercelj, nnd punished him soerely
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simnle, isn't itl Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure ourcustomeis wholesome milk.
ToLSOO The Pond airy
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
with two haul blows to the head
Hill lis was bleeding fit els, but got 111
a iGiilfli right swing to Squires' bend
following It with a lgoious iittmk
on thn Australian's body. Hoth moil
wtio niUIng It up fletcely when tlio
gong ended the round
Hound 1 1 Tho sun had gone uu-
ilri a i limil when the round stinted Mpila At All TTnura I
mil M-oi .eu. not oul rmilei hut WINES, LIQUOliS. AND CI0AHS,
finiuil II no loiigei iiecphsni) to ma-, W. C, BERQIN, Proprietor,
npuei nil positions wheie the situ
would mil hothei tlieni Squlrps con
tinued his ntlntk, and sioied oITed
lioly with tluee light uppoKiits, rol
lowlng the blows with a stnggerlni;
le t lo HuriiH' noso Hums wus ile-
rldedh bkibsj and staggeicd to his HOTEL STREET NEAR TORI
1)1. Hollei, the big wiestlci, liiadti
mi Intel csllug talk Inst ceulng nt i
meeting or the Diamond Head Ath
lutlt Club, at which he was the,
l)i Kollci, though tho match In
which be was to lmo appeal cd with
the tluto locil champions at thu
Opeia House, has been called off, be
c.iiiso they, not ho, failed to tomo
thiough mid mill. o good, is still un
object of tho liitciihcst Inteitst to
jail Intel esli d In spoils here. I)i.
Hollei gao thu tine spot tsniun's
Mows oT tho athletic game lust even
ing I'cto Huron, tho great factotum
lotjlin I) II. A. C, uho inndo thoiii
a little tall. Ho uigcil u little pol
lij or hI Idling together.
I)r Hollei was Ititroditted to .ill or
the meiubeis of the club liidlvldu.il
l A Jolly good timet was glicn tho
li) this n pre'enl iMo hod)
oung Honolulu iithlclts.
?1 K tt
l)i;S .MOINKS, In., Aug. 21. All
m rested umpire, a riot and a liuii)
up tall foi the police, t umbilici! to
luako todii)'s hischiill game between
Des Moines and Slou City the short
est on letoid this )eai.
I'lfstdcni John 1 Hlgglns ot tlio
DtM .Moines club ilduniidtd that Uin
plio Hrcmi.in show his trcdeiitluls
beroio ho piocccdid with tho gmuo.
He lefiiMil, wliciciipon Hlgglns sunt
pissed,"" o"1'0' lto thu Held to an est
mi as mo ointei iiiuicneii tne 11111
plio aw as, ho shouted over his shoul
der, "I heieb) foi felt this gnnio to
Sioux Clt)." Then tho ciowd took
a hand. It begin to shout mid tlaiii
or foi Its money hack. It madu a
pniiop upon the hot offices with such
lgor that tho pollto wcio tailed. ()i
dti was then itstoicd mid tho mim
Tho uinplio was taken to tho po
llto station nnd Inter ideated on
bonds. Hrcniinn thieatens suit for
raise m I est. Ilrciiiiau and Hlgglns
hun had double, hcfoie.
EiKs Labor Day
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The Eruption is now very Strenuous
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the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Hilo and Return, -
awaiian c- - Hottcl is authorized to collect
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ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING I
Private and cflto&l Delccthc. R. ROWat. O.V.S.
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LAST TWO WEEKS
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Honolulu Department Store,
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