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nVI!NIN(J IUI1.1.I.TIN, HONOLULU, T II . TIIHUHDAY, St.PT. 3. 1908.
should bo kept in in fine condition nil the time; it
docs not pay to let thsiu inn down. To keep them up jou
cnerd the best of material such ns SHERWIN-WILLIAMS'
YACHT WHITE FINISH, vhich we have in qts. mid gal
Ions; HULL and BECK PAINT, in qts. and Rttllons: COP
TER FAINT, in 1-4. 1-2, and 1-gnllon cans; and DURA
BLE SPAR VARNISH, in all size cans from 1-2 pint to gal!
The WHITE YACHT FINISH is a special paint for
jaclits nnd is used for nil fine work on the mninhnd.
BRUSHES AND EVERYTHING ELSE NEEDED
fix up your yacht to b had nt
E. G HULL
A new line of B. V. D. uirlcnvcar has just anived. These
Raiments nie made of Namscok at 51.00 a suit Ilrec drawers
nnd sleeveless shuts.
SHOES ! SHOES! !
Wo fflW n ! linn rf Clmne
Black ant! Tim, Viti, Cnlf auil
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n i i c i
i n a a s v
Wc have on hand a splcnlid
V came dirrrtlv fiom New York,
V fiom 7.50 to $15.00 a suit.
V hac a suit of clothing like wc
nml cn nut iniMWKn cinnlr
iYee Chan & Co.
CORNER OF KINO and BETHEL STS.
Watcli tlae Rain
and lcnember tint all cf the water on your fcins nnd
plants, ornamental oi flowcung, will avail nothing if
tlic soil is not light. Wc h.v.c a PLANT FOOD that
will bring out the blossoms and the foliage and add
lustre to the leaves.
BENSON, SBSITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
Your chemist keeps freshly pr 'pared by P0TTIE a Remedy for the
following complaints :
Cobe oi Gripes, Congestion and Inihmnmtion of Bowels, Kidney
nnd Liver Complaints, Distemper, Inlucnza, So:e Thioat. Dry Cough,
Strangles, and other Throat and Lung Complaints.
r Rheumatism, Shoulder Lamcne-s, Hip and Stifle lameness, Enlarg
ed and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Sidebone, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot procure them at your diug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. TIIURLOW Propiictoi ; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Cliops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Progs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Sened to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
KEEP MILK COLD
Wnrm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons Simnle, isn't it? Yet it's ery effective. It's one of tho
ideas wc are constantly studying to insuic our custom'-is wholesome milk.
sLJ32 Tke Pond .Dairy
& m, LTD-
Jfe it r T hiIiac' nw1 Plulrlt a -to r
Gun toetal. These me durable, )
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uTi iL.-k'inci J m
-v E-f ' anil a a ci -v
nnd sthsh lino of clothing. It fc
and wc sell at reasonable pi ices, A
Pint woolen goods. You can never X
tan offer you for that price. Come A
Jack Tars To Play For
'I In List (it a luiM'li.ill kIipiIiiIc fur
lli I'lii-t ptnn.inl will lip neon In llo
niiliilii HrglnnliiK on tin.' l.nlllc
Cent .iii.I KintliiiiliiR In llnu.ill n'"1
sniiim. i lie iirtmiiiR K.i "i is i uu
pi noil nt Aula I'ark In the October
lslt of tin- rii'i't to this pi no.
The l'ennxlnnli tc.un. ulildi Inst
m it won the ilinniiilmnlilii of this
low n li ili'fiMtlliB the S.ilntM liiuiin
tll.itdt after tl p had won tlie Hono
lulu I.C.IRI1C cli uiiilinlilp, lias suc
m cil 1 1 k In .iniR'.vInK the chiiiiiplon
'lilp of the TIiKt DMslon of the l'lcrt,
fiom tlio te.iiim of the Wost VIikIiiI.i,
Miirj liinil, mid Cotnrnilo. Hut xil
pieiii tej In tlio Si'imiil DUIhIimi niut
M't ho foiiKlit out, nnd that l to ho
iloiio (ImliiR the prist nt sln of tho
I'loot in thin port. The TinnctFco
and South Dakota v. Ill pl,i two
K.iiiicH together nt Aala I'mK. one
context heliiB (in for thin afternoon
and the other for Siturdnj The
WiihIiIiikIoii and tlio Toiiiicsco will
also pln, thiiiiRli the ditc on which
they will nuet has not bun definite
Then, on the lotuin from Sinim,
the oliiunpliniH of the Second Division
will to i (inclusions with those of tho
I'list Division, the IVnus,
liniigH a big blue pennant, on which
10 onihioldoiod the wiiiiIh, "Itaseliill
t'li iniplons'lilp, I'liltnl Stales Pacific
I'loot, fill low cd b) (litis fiom I'.IOT
to Ifil-, In whlih eais the lialinoi Is
open to bo won, ,
The ciailc reniiH h.mla nggroga
tlon Is Kiinicwh.it (h.ingid sliuo the
last Unit hero, when tlio ojoh of the
Honolulu public woie opened by tho
tan j plajors. Seven of tliu old
glial d mo left, hovvcvei, to do things
to Honolulu again.
The Old Guard
'flieso seven aic: O'Connor, tho fast
little shoitatop mid captain: Colfuxs,
third luso; riccniaii, tho speedy
pllthei who imifcfccd up tho brains of
tho Honolulu hatters Inst season;
(llkk, another tvvlrler; Wlllets. right
field, MeWhlrter, center Held (nian
ngii); I'o.x, (atelier; nnd knforuie.
Hist base. This leaves u second
batenimi and a left Holder to lie pick
ed fiom the new men who hnvn ex-prcM-ccl
their liileiitlon of turning
out A good iiiiiii of these will be
on tho tnpls when tho time comes to
pwutlcc What can bo douo by mi)
of the now loiiults Is et u matter of
conjee tut e, ns none of them linvo boon
i oen nt work, hut Captain O'Connor
Is confident that ho will havn out a
piettj fall team ugalii this eai.
WH CLOSE CONTEST
League leadeis won again nt llllo
last Siiiidav, In the games of the llllo
IIiifcIuII League The Moohoaiis did
things to tho II A IYh, but tho llllos
had u close and exciting game with
tho Xnnlw.m, which lool.cd good for
foiiilien innlngh until tho last of tlio
"tli, when llllo xitiiczod one iiciosj,
clinching the gnino with miothoi in
I The moiis bj Innings:
l 'i :t i r, r, 7 s :
.Moohciius II ,1 (I 0 1 0 2 U'l fl
II A C (i II 0 (I (I 1 (I (I II 1
i a :; i r, li 7 k 9
.Nniiiw is ii ii ti n n o n o o n
niios . . .u ii o n ti n i l 2
Next Siiinl.iv's games will bo llllo
vj II A C mid NunlvviiH vs Jloo-
StiiudlliRH of the tennis In the
llllo Kim Ii, ill l.c.igu0 ale:
I'. W. h.
Moohouu 17 If! 1
Hlli 17 11 0
II A C l'l 0 n
Nanlw.i 15 4 11
n s: s:
Tlio Santa C'lnin linsolinll team will
lie tendeied koiiio lilg doings when
Hie) le till 11 to tholi Mhool.
II tl V
Inipiovemonts me being made at
the stand of tho (Xiitilggu Club.
3y Hour or Trip.
G. O. Beokley, Jr.
" REE " BRAND CEYLON TEA
F'ckcd in little gunny sacks and sold
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Kaufman Scores Clean
Knockout At Los
I.OS A.M. I I IN, Calif., Ant, a.',.
Al. Kiiurm.Mi Hill) Delano "x liUKlcy
ii oil Kc, icninl it (lean kniiU.otil o-
tr Jim I'll nn In tlio ninth round nt
tlclr scIiciI.iImI lo-round ciiBOKcmcnt
at Niuul .liimtlon tonight. Coining
up In this mum! after bcliiR floored
twlco In tin elKhtli, l'ljiiii received
a rlfiht pui'i li Hush on tho Jaw, de-
llNercd wluli the Colorado limn was
In n irouchiiii; position. Ho went
down like i log, fulling on his face
mid thou milium over on his liacU.
He was iinionsdous In his lornci for
tovcral (seconds When ho Dually
riiino to and was nljlo to walk from
tho ring, ho was atrordod a Ricnt
I omul of (lici-rliiKjind npplauso from
tho 4,000 spi'italoTs.
Tim MrIiI was a henmitloiinl affair,
and up to the inonicnt when he was
liuothod to Hie floor with a loft nnd
right to the Jaw In tho eighth, I'lsnn
luid whipped K.iiifiiiiin to a utandtitlll
and looKed like n winner, (living
nway from J to 30 pounds In weight,
Flj 1111 was the nggiessor all during
tho limit. It was a novel sight to sea
hlg Al liacMng up and cllnclilug with
his smaller opponent, hut this l'ljiin
compelled the San l'lanildeo man to
l-IKe a tiger lTjnn Kept aftor bis
" 'llo"at for the Hist llvo or
hI iciiiuds llo fairly woio Ills
htroiigth and stamina nway by his
(ontluuous onslaughts against 11 111.111
whoso size made 1'bnn 11ppr.11 like
a boj. Aftor the lialf-vvny mnik had
been reached I'ljnn began to the,
but nt that ho fought like 0110 pos
sessed, nnd h id there been a decision
nt tho end of the seventh louiid It
would have gone to tho 1'uoblo man.
Hound 1 Tho men shaKo hands
mid I'ljnn rushes In with a scries of
lightning lefts on the fnio and they
clinch. Jim again cuiue Into a clinch
after trjlng Ills left sovci.il times for
the Jaw without efTcit. Tlynn Jab
bed several short lefts on tho Jaw.
Kaufman ictallatcd to tho body mid
fiKo alternately, both lighting furl-
otwlv Fljnn, In the illnchcs, cou-
btmilly worked 011 the body nnd used
a short light and left uppcrcut to tho
chin. Kaufman's mouth was bleed
ing when lie went to his corner.
Hound 2 rijun put a light left
on the mouth, then mailed Kaufman
to the topes, hcndtng in lightning
lerl on tho mouth Tho men then
fought back actoss tho ilng, l'l nil
being the nggresnii. I'ljnn landed
haul left on tho Jaw mid started tho
blood afresh fiom Kaufman's mouth.
At 1 loe quilt Icis Kaufman got In 11
hhoit light iippeuut, but iiiIksoiI a
hioiuaklng light swing Kaufman
then stood off and tent In light nnd
left on the Jaw, vvhlrh undo the ilrc-
111 111 luck up foi a second. .11 111 shot
In i'l I IT left on tho clilu, but Kaufman
ic liliilcd with a ilsht mid left on
the Jaw, whlih staggered l'l) nil.
Hound I! l'l"iin led with Ills loft
to I he Jaw and thov come to n'c Illicit,
1'lMiii fighting llko a demon lit ihr-o
(pinitiiH. Kaufman final 1 got away
mill Kent light and left to tho Jaw.
l'l hi n sent 11 htllf light on tho Jaw,
which stuggeicd Kaufman foi a mo
ment Ho came Unci: with light nn
the Jiw, whit h Honied I'ljnn, Tlio
lit t man was up in mi instant and
tout In two haul lefts 011 the Jaw,
which sent his bigger antagonist
liaek I'ljnn, with his head on Kauf
man's chest, lipped light and left 111
on tlio wind.
Hound i l'ljiiii e.iiun In crouch
lug nnd scut In a wkkid loft 011 tho
Jaw Kitnfmaii lauded light over tho
he 11 1 and I'linn cliiiihed, I'ljnn
KUit In a wicked left on the mouth,
whlih hi ought blood, I'ljnn forced
his man to tho topes, sending In
blow uftcr blow on tho wind mid
heai I, iiltcrnntlng on tho noso mid
mouth, Kaufman's faco was sme.ucd
with blood and when thoy luoko.
Kaufman misled two leulllc light
swings for tlio Jaw. rijnn kept
light after his mint, holding Ms head
low miller tho bigger inan's arms
while ho kept up his bombardment
on 1 ho body.
Hound 5 Aflei a fow scionds of
feinting both men stood mid slugged,
I'lvnii finally foiling Kaufman to
luck up. , Hi j 1111 kept aftoi his man
to tho lopes, Kaiihiiiin swinging
wound tlio Airman 11 neek with tho
light. As thov separated l'l j nil's
new mill mouth wine bleeding freelj
Kaufman again swung ovei I'ljun's
bend with tho loft, then stood olf
mil tent In light and loft on the
fiiec, lcpeatlug tho peifoiinuuo u
nioiuoiit lator. Kaufman, for tho
fliht time, fenced I'ljnn back, bend
ing In hind blows on the fneo.
H1111111I 11 I'ljnn 1 .linn in crouch-
l .,...1 1.,., ,!,.., I. ...... ...I I. ., ......
i.iik i ,i 11 i, 111 iiiiiii jiuiiii-i ii,ii:iv nun
M-'ul 'eft to the Jaw. Kaufman mis-
Roller Wants to Throw
Roberts 5 Times
Dr. Holler now offers to thiow Sail
or Hobcits llvo times In an hum fen
a side hot of ?ti00. Sinco certain
published statements In lcg.ud to
tho big fellow "lolling out" uf pio-
poscd matches here, ho is more than
over anxious to get borne local man
Into the ling, In older to demonstrate
that ho wants to inako good on nny
tlillig ho oilers, If tho other fellow
will onlj stand up to his part of It.
He further offers, for a Rlilo bet of
$1,000, to got a pupil down from
Seattle town who will throw HobcrtH
flvo times In ah hour, though tho pu
pil has appeared but a fow times on
PR1NGE CIlrlD WHI ASK
FREAR 10 OPEN LEW
(oveiunr l'leai Is to bo asked to
thiow tho Mist ball over the pinto at
tlio opening of tho Knlnnlannoli!
League. 1'ilnio Cupid was appointed
n committee of one, at a meeting of
the leaguo last evening, to request
this (lover nor to do the honors.
Hacli team was mndo u picsent of
n tjpcvvrltten copy of tho constitution
end lij-l.iws of tho organl itlou. Ho
Tong wns elected tliket agent and
nsslhtant liinniigoi. Tlio uso of Aala
I l'ark for Sundiij nfternnons has been
recured fiom Supervisor Dwlght of
tho HoadB, llilelgcs and l'arks Com
ni It toe.
Like the partem of "Tho Sky l'l
lot," Chaplain Scott of the cruli.cr
Mai j land can play biiBeball. llo was
left Held for the 'varsity nliio when
he was In Annapolis, and lie used to
hold down the same position with the
I'en.isjlvnnlii team when thoy wcro
hero last. Tl.e best part about It Is
tint bo can certainly play classy base
ball when ho gets out In his knlckcr
boikers and padded mlt and begins
to scout about the garden.
ed two left swings, rijnn slowed
down (oiiRldoialily and backed up,
evidently saving hlnuelt. Ho sud
denlj stood his ground and shot in a
right and left on tho Jaw, while Kauf
man missed a right swing for tho
iiamo phue. Knufiuiiii sent In two
tluirt rights on tlio Jaw.
Hound 7 Kaufman led with n
loft Jab on the face, but missed a
right swing for tho Jaw. Fljnu
freiiiH to be waiting foi a limine,
and Kaufman again niluses light
swing rijnn caino closo and plajcd
alternately on tho wind and Jaw,
Kaufman using tho samo blows. Willi
I'lj nil's bond under bis loft aim,
Kaufman sent In a damaging lii.ut
blow, mid then thieo short upperctitK
whlih worried I'ljnn.
Hound S l'i j nn rushed in, intu
itu iloso nml sending In blow aflei
blow, which mndo the hlgget man
Ii ilk up Kaufman sent in light left
on the mouth, then light on tlio Jaw.
Thcj clinched nnd wiestled to tho
ropes, rijnn bent light on the Jaw
and then left on tho tame plncc,
which made Kaufman duck In a he
wlldeicil miinnei, Kaufman was
right back, however, mid landed tho
light on the clilu. I'ljnn mot Kauf
man's lead with a solid loft on tho
chip, Kaufman scut In quick left
mid right on the Jaw, tho llght
h, Hided blow Mooring tho 111 email foi
tho count of nine. Ho was up but
holplohs, ami Kuufmiii again sent tho
light mid kTt to the Jaw and then
sent In a let rifle light swing to tho
Jaw. rijnn went down full length,
with bis faro down and aftet the
lofeieo bad tolled off flvo or six sec
onds lolled over on his back. At tho
count of eight tho bell sounded.
Hound 9 I'ljnn stnggoiod fiom
his e oincr and Kaufman shot in a
lift to the Jaw, then a teiilflc light
on the chin. I'ljnn went down, nil
In, mid tho lofeieo called to his sec
(mils to caie for him It was fully
two minutes bcfoio I'ljnn was In
Rhapo to lean tho ling with the aid
Of tWO Of Ills MHfllltlS
.W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Whitney & Marsh
OPENING DISPLAY OF
in SILKS, SATINS, and WASH MATERIALS.
New Laces and Trimmings
"When shoes wear out they're mended new,
Whilst men worn out are men dead too."
WE put new life into a pair 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.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KINO AND BETHEL STS.
Elks' Labor Day
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE
Finest Sight in tho World
Tho Eruption is now very Strenuous
$25CHEAP! CHEAP!! CHEAP!!!$25
LEAVE SATURDAY, SEPT. 5th, AT 3 P. M
S.S. MAUNA KEA
RETURN, LEAVE HIL0 MONDAY, SEPTEM
BER 7TH, AT 4 P. M.
For tickets call
the Hawaiian Office
Hilo and Return-
ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING
Private and Confidential Detective
LAST TWO WEEKS
Clean - Up Sale
L. B. KERR & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Department Store,
on Mr. H. C. Enston, at
C. 0, Hotlcl is authorized to collect
nnd rctcijit for the undcrsip;iicd.
. R. R0W3l 9XS.