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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATU11DAY, SEPT. C, 19 OS,
jrwwpLi 1 'J,V'r;W,? ' "!vrfPmfW'i
should be kept up in fine condition all the time; it
does not pay to let th:m run clown. To keep them up you
need the best of material sucli as SHERWIN-WILLIAMS'
YACHT WHITE TINISH. which we have in qh. and gal
Ions; HULL and DECS TAINT, in qts. and gallons: COP
PER PAINT, in 1-4. 1-2. and 1-gallon 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
jachts and is used for all fine work on the mainland.
BRUSHES AND EVERYTHING ELSE NEEDED to
fix up jour jacht to b; had at
E, 0, HILL h SON, LIB-
CRACK NAVY RACE CREW
A new line of B. V. D. undciwcar has just ai rived. These
garments are made of Nainssok at $1 CO a suit. Knee drawers
and sleeveless shirts.
4 We carry a big line of Shoes, Men's, Ladies' and Childiei's
Tllftfl- ni.fl frtl. Via. Prtlr n 1 rl flit, MMal Tl.ACn ltll lllimlllt) Sir
neat, and natty! AH sizes and widths. Prices $2.50, $3 50, and
j. we nave on nanti a spicncim ami styiisn line oi doming, u w
J came directly from New York, and up sell at icasonablc prices, v
V fiom S7.50 to $15.00 a suit. Pure woolen goods. You tan never k
have a suit of clothing like we can otfcv you for that price. Come ;
I Yee Chan & Co. I
CORNER OF KING and BETHEL STS.
RACE BOAT CREW OF U. S. S. TENNESSEE
Tlio T S S Tonnpsren lias won n Among tho uip.ililp oiKiiilntlcniR li
rooiI iii.ui lionois on tho (U.uimm., tlio nice lio.it now. Tho :iliou
and llic whole Ilclil of athletic snort.
picture was tnl.cn on tlio Const llita
Hummer, Just ticforo tlio utnrt nf tin!
Fast Fistic Fest
At Independence Club
CLAS5Y GAKD OFFERED TONIGHT
Watcli tlie I&ain
and lcmember tint all cf the tater on yoar ferns and
plants, ornamental or flowering, will avail nothing if
the soil is not right. Wc lmc a PLANT T00D tlint
will bring out ths blossoms and the foliage and add
lustre to the leaves.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
a. i u '. iin i mi
i -j , . -r n i a aft v)ij i
Your chemist keeps freshly pripared by P0TTIE a. Remedy for the
Colic or Gripes, Congestion and Inflammation of Bowels, Kidney
and Liver Complaints, Distemper, Influenza, Sore Throat, Dry Cough,
Strangles, and other Throat and Lunp Complaints.
Rheumatism, Shoulder Lameness, Hip and Stifle Lameness, Enlaig
sd and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Sidcbone, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot piocurc them at your drug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
iQYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURL0W Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs1 Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Rojal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on onr
milk wagons. Sunule, isn't it! Yet it's very effective. It's one of tin
ideas we aie constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 The Fond Dairy
HIrkIms, ilinniplon of tlio Fleet,
ami Ounbo.it Smith, two hcatles
nun the ulilps, will furnish a l.it-
tlliiB main bo nttthu holiiB show of
the liulependence Club this evunliiK.
The big men both i.imo here In
excellent Bhiipc, ami will lie prepar
ed to k f.mt fin the full 10 1 omuls
for whkh they uro Hl.ited, If uucli Is
iicccsK.il) for a win to ilther mini.
I'mllier than this, the men lime a
Krc.it liumbei of lnjnl liiicl.cia fiom
tlieli own ships nml from the ricct
at luifie, whitli will ni.il.c tliliiRS
mote exiltins when the time comes,
nml Ucfcicc l'.iiUlj 11 an tells the
tinier this ctelllng In tup the roiii;
nml sot the big mill riIikIIiir.
Hem) uelflit Kies are not to com
liuin here that the fans will easily
in Us teeing the plants iln battle
Dennis Tighe mul Schlossbeig, both
hamlleil by Jack Scull), now bucking
the Independence Club, are nut so
dim to the mcmoilcs of sportilom ct
that the ilngblile lights will IIrIUI)
pass up a chance to see other jick
tars of this class work out. The
callois who liae been Been lieie liac
nacilllced much caution in the Intel -est'
of steam: mid that's tho kind of
u co thul the crowd likes to bee
when the stand up and )cll, "Oh,
)(iu kid, sling It into his slits' C!o
to It. kid; bo to It! Wow!"
The piellmluuiles me nil las
Wahllaui, advcitltcd us tile man to
furnish an 8-inund prcllmlnai) with
Young Shaikcy, cannot rii on. The
management finds him ph)slially un
fit to put up tho best soil of a bout,
on account of his go last week with
Soldlci McCollough, In which he was
latliei badly punished. This morn
ing, Jack Scully and I'addy H)iiu got
together and put up another piopo
eltlon to Young Shnrlie), in tho form
of Young Scott, tho clever boy who
appeared last spring at the O phciim.
Young Shuikoy agreed Immediate
ly to tho change, and tho prelimi
nary now Btauds Young Shuikc) s,
Young Scott, and n lipping good
match It Is.
Young Scott Is ono of thn cleei
est of tho joungor ciop of boxcis
lieie, a boy who can handle himself
beautifully with any of 'em, Shni
key Is of the hlt-nnd-tako class, and
a sciappy )oungster In tho ling.
When tho two mix look out!
I'addy Ujan, the genial, who will
lofeiee these bouts In his cnparlt) as
official lefeieo of the Indopendenco
Club, Is tho most ciipahlo mid e in
dent man In Honolulu for the place.
No raw decisions with I'addy as tho
third man Inside the ropes of tho
Then Mtitph) of Tort Shatter, ho
of Tlgho fame, mid Cmllla of the
U. S. S. I'ennnlun!a, welters, will
do the curtaln-inlslng stunt In six
j Tho Independence Club stand on
Alaken ctrcct Is all in rcadlnehs for
the show. The ling Is ono of the
best In the clt); hleechcrs mo coni
fm table, and the house well entl
latcd. This same club will gie another
fiiou on .moiki.i) nttcrnooii.
The Spoiling Kill tor, Uvenlnc
ll u lie tin: I hereby issue u
challenge foi m) piotege, Alva Hoi
lenbick, coal passer. U. S. N.. better
known us Young Jeffries, to any 98
pound man In the Pacific fleet.
You will do u great favor b) pub
lishing tho nhoo challenge In )our
paper, so tl.at It will set circulated
in omul to tho different ships.
I -Address all communications to:
l CHUCK O'CONNOR.
Water Tcndci. U. S N U. S. S. Sol
ace, Honolulu, T. II.
If anvunc wishes to Had out condi
tions or nnv other thing that might
ionic, up, ho can do t.o by wilting or
Hieing the above persons.
. l. ret.
I Joseph Schindlc, a fast middle
weight wi cutler, who goes on the
mat at 1SS pounds, champion of tho
l'iiclllc Fleet In his class. Issues a
'challenge to any local man at the
weight or of tho mlddlow eight class.
'lie halls rrom tho V. S. S. Maryland.
Schlmllo has a fine record, having
figured In seven or eight bouts, all
of met It, on tho Atlantic Const, and
In one or two on the Pacific Coast.
In llaltinioie. ho won a cup fiom the
Nonpareil Athletic Club, and In San
.rianclsco, ho captured another mug
lln a bout ut the Naval P.ulllon, Mm
ket mid Eelghth bticcts.
Schlndlo'H manager Is T. Com ad,
also of tho IT. S. S. Mar) land, who Is
ii. uly to do business In matching his
Tennessee Stay In Ball
Series By Very Fast
The games which nro to deter
mine the championship of tho Sec
ond Dhlslon of tho Pacific I'lcct in
baseball have been going on for
tome little time, for several months
in fact, and those games which arc
being seen here nro only tho last of
a long series.
In fnct, when tho Tlect arrived
here, this Is how things stood:
Washington 10 7
California 10 C
Tennessee 7 I
S. Dakota 7 0
Tho Tennessees, who
their first appearance here by heat
ing tho South Dakotas, have had
qulto a brace lately, winning three
gnnies In the month of August which
count In on tho schedule, two nf
these at Pugct Sound and ono at
San rianclsco. Karly in the series,
In fact. It looked as If they didn't
hnc a look-In.
B 8 8
Los Angeles, Aug. 23. After n en;
feience of less than half an hour '1.
i; Jones, lepiescntlng Hilly Papkc, ai',1
Joo O'Connor, acting for Stanley
Ki teliel, toil.ij signed articles for a
twcnt)-flui round fight at the Jeffries
Club on Labor day. Jones wanted tho
poundage placed at ISO at 11 o'clock
the day of tho battle, while O'Connor
held out for 1G8 an hour later.
Noon was agreed on as tho weigh
ing In time, and tho uiiildlc-w eight
limit as tho scaling flguie. To get
this, tho gieatest ling contest over
scheduled In tho Southwest, tho Jef
fries club gles CO per cent of tho
gioss receipt b to the fighters, and of
this tho winner will get sixty per cent
and tho loser forty. Uoth will begin
s n n
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
Club. W. I.. Tct.
Now York C9 43 .017
Plttsbtitg C7 40 .5&3
Chicago C8 47 .691
Philadelphia 59 SO .511
Clnclnnuti SO G9 .487
Ilouton SO CS .435
St. LoiiIh 12 7t . .373
lliooklyn 41 71 .300
The attendance nt the first game of
tho Chicago-New York series In Chi
cago, nccoidlng to olllclal repot t, wun
Illllln Pool of nirt Shatter Issues
a chiillcngo to any lOS-pounder of
the Hawaiian Islands.
aOT BULLETIN ADS PAY -j
By tlie Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UNQ GARAGE.
Club. W. L. Pet.
Detiiilt 07 41 .00.1
St. I.oiiIh AG 48 .579
Cleveland C4 49 ,S(iu
chicugi ;:i so ,ss8
Philadelphia S3 SC .180
linston , S3 71 .427
Washington 44 f5 .401
Now Yoik 37 74 .333
Whitney & Marsh
in Silks and Cravenettes
Elks Labor Day
THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE
Finest Sight in the 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, AT 4 P. M.
For tickets call on Mr. H. C. Easton, at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Hilo and Return, -
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Big Boxing Carnival
TONIGHT, SEPTEMBER 5TH, AT THE
ALAKEA STREET Between MERCHANT and QUEEN Sts
Heavyweight Championship of the Pacific Fleet. ROBERT
HIG01NS of the California vs. GUNBOAT SMITH of
the Pennsylvania. M ., .
WAHILANI vs. YOUNG SHARKEY, who have fought two
MURPHY of Foit Shafter vs. EMILIA, S. S. Pennsylvania.
Tickets on sale nt Fashion Cigar Stoic. Piices:
$2.00 Ringside; $1.50 Reserved Seats; .tl General Admission.
ROOM 7, WATTY BUILDING
Private and Confidential Detective
C. 0. Hottcl is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.