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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., miDAY, SEPT. I, 1908,
Whitney & Marsh
OPENING DISPLAY OF
in SILKS, SATINS, and WASH MATERIALS.
should be kept up in fine condition nil the time; it
docs not pay to let th:m run down. To keep them up you
need the best of material such ns SHERWIN-WILLIAMS'
YACHT WHITE HNISH. which we have in qts. and gal
lons ; HULL and DECK PAINT, in qts. and gallons: COP
PER PAINT, in 1-1. 1-2. and l-fjallou cans; and DURA
ELE SPAR VARNISH, in all size cans from 1-2 pint to pal.
The WHITE YACHT FINISH is a special paint for
yachts and is used for all fine work on the mainland,
BRUSHES AND EVERYTHING ELSE NEEDED to
fix up your yacht to b: had nt
ENISSEES STICK IT ON SOUTH DAKOTA BALL PLAYERS
FF,r & 1 v . - -y-r... .... - -ansa
E. 0, HALL ft SON, LTD-
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A r.cw line of B. V. D. uudciwcir h.i: jitit aimed. These
gatments aic mad.' of Namsol. t $10 a si it Knee diawers
and sleeveless shuts.
Wc cari7 a big line of Shoes, Men's. Ladies' and Children's
Black and Tan. Vici, Calf ai.d Cum Metal. These aie durable, ;f
neat, and natty,
All sizes and vidtli3. Trices ,$2.50, $3.50, and
Wc have on hand a splcnJid and stylish line of clothing.. It y
came directly from New York, anil we mi at jcasouauic prices,
from 7.00 to $ia.uu a suit. mrc woolen t;oous. iou can ncvei
have a suit of clothing like vv can olTisr you for that pries. Come
and sec our immense stock.
BASEBALL TEAM OF THE U. S. S. TENNESSEE. THE AGGREGATION WHICH
THE MEN TR0M THE U. S. S. SOUTH DAKOTA
Komi fin, N In ilic sihediile for tlio The winner of the ihamiilonslilp nt their hitting In the sixth, when they
I'hut iIi.iiiiim.iihIiIi li.isii).ill licnimnt this Second Division will linvo to (Suit H runners to safety, mill then
ki He. I ji-.it nl.i) ill Aaln t'.uU In phiy the tcnni of tho l'ennu)laiiln for home. 1-VII of (ho Iokcih pioveil lilm
n vliior fm the Tonni-jjca tc.un ov- the chainiilonslilp of the holo Siiuail- self Bxid nl the pilfer department,
vr tin- South IJuKntaa. by n Bcorc of ion, though he liml not had time to set hla
s to 4 Tliu-o iiioic Kamef will lie Tho Kamc at the p.uk jestcrilny ria-leRS lost in fauir of pi-RS inoic
no, (ss.irv to detei mliic the winner of wan full of cNcltemutit, and played nervlceable ashore. In a few ilnn
ih, ( liMiiiiKnmlili of the Setoml 1)1- In n foim whleli hiiiprlscil most of ho ought to ho utile to do thu K.icl.s In
Mnii ot the rieet the four cmlbfts the ciowd. is flat, lie albo shone an the Btar hlt-
nll IioIiik In the rtinnliiK jet. I Tho Tcnnciwoo r.BBreK.itlon won liy ter of tho day.
CORNER OF KING and BETHEL STS.
iftyrBHB flaHBa iranmi
Watcb tlie Rain
and remember tint all cf the ater on your ferns niul
plants, ornamciita'. or flowering, vill avail nothing if
the soil is not right. Wo have r. PLANT FOOD that
will bring out ths blossoms ami the foliage and add
lustre to the leaves.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
The content between New York and l'ltlsbuif; for tho championship
of tl.u National I.o.iruc Is one of tUo bh.upost that has in.ulicil tho rloi,
liiK of Ulan) a b.ibob.ill H'UBOii. The Bulletin lecclved u special ca
ble of the g.Hiics id.ijeil TliurMlay ntteriioon.
I105TON. Mass, Sept. ?,. Now CINCINNATI, 0 Sept. 3. I'ltts
YorU plujcd Itoston heiu today licrmo VUIR i,.j a nnuow esctpo fioni de
a tiemendouB nouil ami In an oinir-',.,,, ,,,,. , u ,.,, ,.,i.
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less R.iuie ttt'iited the liiculs to
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New Yoik a B 15 ; I'ltthinirc a r.
Host cm 0 7 1 Clin iniiutl 1 C
Your chemist kecp3 freshly priparcd by P0TTIE a Remedy Tor the
following complaints: ,
Colic or Gripes, Congestion and Inflammation of Bowels, Kidney
and Liver Complaints, Distemper, Iirfucnzn, Sore Throat. Dry Cough,
Strangles, and other Throat and Lung Complaints.
Phcumatism, Shoulder Lameness. Hip and Stifle Lameness, Enlarg
ed and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Sidcbone, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot procure them at your drug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
Oarsmen Train Hard
At RivaS Clubs
For BigRegatta Day
SMALL BOAT SAILING PLANNED.
0YAL ANNEX CAFE
All. 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 Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagons. Simple, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk,
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
The neU eent In inditing litclm ipmiu. This Eoaeon. It la under
heiu will lie ludd on ltcgatin l).i in mud that only ficsliman mid senior
connection with tho bu.it irn.es. This i.m's will bo held, the Junior uont ncj
is in i,u in ino iinutiu oi a K.tiuni; ,mikii is usually im m uitu iicuik
nuo for Mimll boats, foiiuliiK a foil ml out, on account of tho diopplm;
foi the MiilUm: oentn In which tins mi or )o3s In onu way or another ot
Loat clubs will meet and ihibli, a number of tho n.iiMiien. It a Ju-
Mc.tnthlle, thu nicliibel'K of tho n lot :aco weio held, ill fact, It Is pos
llval boat clubs, tho Ileal.ml and the sllilc that It would detiact fioni tho
.Mitle, aie linul at woiK, ti.iinlim: iiuallly of tho senior I .ice, and this
for tilo bin ocnt. A i;oud mimhui would nol'bc deslinble. It Is thought.
ot now men Imvo tinned out. a foa-' So only tho two crews for each of
tilio which will lend an added rest to Hie ijvnl boat clubs nio woiMiik out
the rontcbt; then tho big eent Is m pit-sent. Theso nro hard nt It ev-
on. Of coiiiho, te.iboned men will pull on attornoon. however, and aio lap-
for the bonlur crows men who lu.vo lill loundliiB Into foim.
fought ninny a hard battle In thu rac- j Howinc will bo tho main sport for
liiB sIuiIIk Iieio bufoio and who will li-oiuc time until tbe leR.Ut.i Is over.
tee to it tnnt tliey aio in tuelr best. at leot. It Is tiiKlnir away Intetost
condition for the lie.lit-bie.iKIng .iioni all other fnims of spurt at pics-
btialn when tho tlmo comes. tut. nnd all of tho men who usually
Tho ficshinen crows nio 1iurH po In for athletics In this city in an
roinpo3ed of eutliely law men, amoiiK iiiiiuieur way nio ilovotlng their nt-
them fconio ory piomlslnB mateilnl. 'tentlon moro or less to this branch.
Them Is u scuielty of men IhU it Is piobnblo that tho next llxtura
hcason, lu fact, which Is piolublv 'or tho Hawaii Yncht Club will bo
one liMson foi a very iiidleal ili.uuc lii'li mi tho 27th lust,, the uct in.ill
thal lu.i boon m.idu In iil.iiiniiiK thu iiile date following Regatta Day.
JEWELS WILL PLAY
Second Series To Open
With a Boom This
The second series of the Honolulu
ll.isob.ill League will bo opened next
Satin day. when the Jewels and the
l'uiiH will cross the willow for the
tuitatn-ialscr. The Saints and thu
JCanis will furnish thu lebt of the en
tertainment for tho day.
lloth tho Jewels and the runs will
come Into the gaiuo this time with
their Hues much changed. During
thu tilauglo tseiicu, they weiu nblo
to bonow men fioni the minor
leagues, but they will not have this
lesuurio during the coming regular
games, nnd so tho ical effects ot the
scarcity of plajero now being experi
enced will bo felt.
lu fact, both teams nio out for new
men, nnd tho Jewels hao managed
to secure at least one player of mat k
They will piny Chailes Albright nt
shoit on Saturday. Albilght has
been asKed several time) to ionic In
on tho gaiuo here, but has not done
10 up to this time. Lately ho has
been vol Mug out with rcinandcz'
learn, and IMdlo stated this moinliig
that ho will like Charlie Sntmd.iy at
tho must lespouslblo position In tho
TiSSi Or HAY
l'la for tho Tansan Cup will stait
nt llnlelwa next Sunchij, entiles to
clo.o at 10 JO n in at tho hotel. Thu
tup is to bo aw in dud to tho man who
makes Hint one time on each of tho
thrcu llnKs tho Moamiluu, llalelwa,
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
nnd tho Oaltu Country Club. Thla
1 to bo u medal play. Thcio is a
wilu ible pilzo out for tho becond
idace, which will go to tho man who
wins twliu on tho samo links. Han
dicaps will bo limited to eighteen.
The cup docs not go to a winner.
Iii3to.nl, his liiinio U Inscribed on tho
tionln. nnd he treln n fob to wear.
Tho aboodotallswoio arranged at I J,h Padfe Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
n meeting hold ,, day afternoon lVZ$gfc
Inn a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and sub
icqucnt deposits. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma-
This will fill a gap originally loft
by HeiM when ho bec.inio too 111 to
tiny with tho game, and which has
slnco been tempoiaiily 111 led by Slug
Cluing, who must now letiiin to his
duties in tho lllvcisldo League.
Tho few fans who turned out to
watch woil.outB csterday weio sur
pihed lo bee tho form which John
Sopor exhibited on socond. In fait,
It It c onies to u question of plnyeis,
John would bo all there. Ho and Al
I right made a nice pair, both with
Hue Holding foim, and both with
bpecd In getting lid ot the bull (imu
the hno it In their linula. Albright
has the leal "whip" In his thiowlng,
which is often to bo seen among tho
tracks of tho mainland, but Is seldom
been heic. His Melding Is a marvel
of apparent ease nnd ho has his eo
en tho bull.
'Iheru is a dntk Iioifo In tho tun
ning Just now. In tho foim ot u catch
er who may bo picked up fioni tho
wilds of Fort Shatter. Still, It U
piobablo that Fernandez will catch
again this Saturday, as ho did the
labt time the Jewels appealed.
Additional Snorts on Page 8
NO UNCERTAINTY AS TO VHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
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.
REG-AL SHOE STORE,
HcCANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
in this city of lepicscptatlves fioni
tho linen dubs (oiicoined,
Committees lu eh.ugo of tho handi
capping and othor ilctnlla In each
club aio: St. Chili Illdgood and V.
C. Smith, fi inn Ililolwu; W. C. Wil
der and F. Ilalstend. fioni tho Hono
lulu Coif Club, T. Oil! nnd H. .1. Wu
teunan, fioni the O.ihu Country Club.
turs and be paid durlnn life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taklnu out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO,
Elks' Labor Day
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE
Finest Sight in tho World
The Eruption is now very Strenuous
$25-CHEAP! CHEAP!! CHEAP!!!--$25
LEAVE SATURDAY, SEPT. 5th, AT 3 P. M.,
S.S. MAUNA KEA
RETURN, LEAVE HI LO MONDAY, SEPTEM
BER 7TH, AT4PJI, ,,. . .
For tickets call on Mr. H. C. Easton, at
the Hawaiian Ofllce Specialty Co.
Hilo and Return, -
ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING
Private and Confidential Detective
C. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat, O.V.S.
LAST TWO WEEKS
Clean - Up Sale
L. B. KERR & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Department Store,
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