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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. U, 1908.
Time to Get Ready
for your Fall and Winter work among your poultry. Come
in and look up the latest in the INCUBATOR and BROOD
We have had a griat year with CYPHERS goods and
they are better than cer for the coming season, Let us
send you a complete CYPHERS catalogue; it will interest
you, even if you are not needing any supplies at present.
CYPHERS F00D3 and REMEDIES are standard and
arc called for by mah7 who will use nothing else.
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MM1P (OIF (OP
0111 bent out Waterman by a nar
row tnnrgln In tlio scml-flnnis of piny
for tlio Mclncrny Cup nt tlio Country
Club yesterday. H. C. Carter worst
ed Prince Cupid on Saturday, so the
contest now lies between Gill nnd
Play for tho Mnnoa Cup started.
The following Is tho list of those
who qualified nnd their scores:
Riverside Juniors Dave
Grand Opening At
Tho grand opening of tho fall sea
son of tho Illverstdo Junior Baseball
League was held yesterday afternoon
I. (. (. Milt DEFEATS
P11VEBS OF AUMEDA
Tile Honolulu Cricket Club players
defeated thoao of tho steamship Ala
meda yesterday at Maklkl. The Ala
meda men played a better game than
on their last appearance here, but,
(hough they batted well, managed tn
lose out after all. lluchly made his
kjilf ....nt...... AnlMM .1... ... I .. M 1 M
at Anla Park, In place of tho regular.""!' """. """""" """
.... .i. in.,.ni.i..u nn.. a run 'n tbo process, nnd then retired
games of the Illverslders proper. A , , , ,, ...
.. . ,,..,., , r.i. .In faror of succeeding bnttcrs,
largo crowd attended to see tho open- , . ,
,.. ,.,, , -.1.1.1. ,1,- a-.. irii... Tho olBclal scoro was:
ng Jinks, In which tho Sweet Violets HONOLULU C C
put It on the Asahls by a 4 to 3 P Lan.,b( b Marshall ..."...' 11
scoro and Comets beat out the Aala s. Collins, b Sandford 8
Jtinlnrn liv n tirnrnif G tn 1. In Pntt 1i anmlfnril fl
. - - , I W. V..., w VU..U.W.U ............. U
I Jack Atkinson put the first, ball -TL J. Buchly, not out G3
Austin White ..
I)r. C. II. High..
11. H. Walker..
K. 0. Whlto ...
F. Armstrong . .
J. C. Evnns . . .
K. J. Waterman.
J. D. aalnes . . .
Prince Cupid . .
II. C. Carter ...
II. (1. Spentor. .
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NEW AUTO RECORD
BRIGHTON HKACII, N. Y., Sept.
12. In tho International competi
tion hotc the American nutomobila
surpassed nil other entries, coveting
1107 miles In 24 hours.
The Cohen nnd Lumley company's
stock season at the Orpheum came, to
an end Saturday night amid n' blaze
of glory. A full house greeted the
plajers and every member' received n
beautiful lei and unlimited applause.
Managers Cohen nnd Lumley have'
kindly turned tho house over tonight
nnd tomorrow evening to the hard
working actors us .benefit nights. To
night popular Illchard lluhler will
bo the beneficiary. "Why Smith Left
Home" will bo pTesonted with vaude
ville numbers between acts. A good
house Is assured, as genial Dick has
friends galore and Broadhurst's com
edy Is as full of fun as an egg Is full
of food. Tomorrow night the benefit
for tho entire company Is on. "Zazu,"
the hit of the season, will be repeat
ed with Miss Virginia Thornton and
the' entire company In the cast,, 'and
an olio of vnudevllle numbers In thq
concert hall scene and between acti.
Remember this Is Aloha Night, as tho
company sail on tho Alameda Wed
nesday. MAUI REGISTRATION
(Special to tho Mullet In)
WAILUKU, Maul, Sept. 11. Tho
Board of Registration Is at Wulluku
today. Next week It will lie at Ho
nuaula and from there, will go to
Ilanu by way of Kahlklnui district.
The Hoard will be at liana next Sat
urday. Tho Hoard has registered al
ready 520 In tho four precincts on
Molokal. Tho total to data Is an fol
lows: Halawa Precinct 19 '. . 40
Pukoo Precinct 20 116 '
Kaunakakal Precinct 21. . . 43
Kalaupapa Precinct 22, t.. 321
Lanal Precinct 1 27
Lahulnu Precinct 3 209
Honolua Precinct 2 64
Olownlu Precinct 4 30
Total West Maul
Totals Molokal, Lanal,
and West Maul. . . .
over the plate, and it was tapped on
Pino baseball marked the opening
games of this league, which Is here
after to perform in the mornings ut
Aala." In tho first game, tho Sweet
Violets and the Asahls went neck
and neck for four Innings, when the
Japanese started the scoring, though
the lead tho Sweet Violets got by
scoring 4-in the sixth with two men
down won the gamo.
The second game was something of
a pitchers' battle, In which Trask of
the Comets was cooler and steadier
than Sam Hop of the Aalas, little
lapses on Sam's part being responsi
ble for a disaster or two.
FIRST OAM E.
All HUH SU
Wing, cf C 0 0
Peterson, p 4 1 2
Ktinlll, c: 4 1 0
Mores, 2b 4 1 0
Frank,. 3b 3 1 1
Kapua, lb 3 0 0
Toncy, ss 3 0 1
Lanlrfi ...4 0 0
Spencer, If. .......3 0 0
S. Dcnrdmore, b Marshall 21
It. A. Jordan, c Illllyard 11
J. R. M. Maclean, run out 7
J. !L' Drown, not out 23
J. H. FIddcs, c Sandford 2
II. Bailey, b Marshall 1
F. Wlthlngton, not out 2
ALAMEDA C. C.
F. Jcromo, c Flddes 11
R. Sanford, c Buchly 6
F. Illllyard, c Duchly 26
W. Warshall, b Jordan 25
F. Mllllgan, b Jordan 7
W. Jones, b Jordan 2
C. llede, b Jordan 2
A. Keller, stumped 2
E. Thurlow, b Deardmoro 0
F. Mitchell, not out 1
W. Howard, b Deardmoro 1
, Dyes ,. 6
'1 , . . .
E t 89
0 K tt t
0 Tho Aala A. C. will give a danca at
2 K. of P. Hall on October 3d.
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' - Totaltt"i.
ABAIIIS, . (-
AI) R nil SB o
Yasu, ss 3 0 0 1 3
Noda, lb 3 0 0 0 11
Ouchl.irf 3 0 110
Kodska,-p 4 0 0 0 0
Okamota, c 3 0 1 1 6
Hideo, If."-. ,.4 0 .0 0 0
Goto, cf. i 4 2 0 0 1.
Hayaehl, 3b 4 0 1 J. 1
Stccre, 2bl 4 110 5
Totals' 32 3 4 4 27 11 3
' SWEET VIOLETS,
Runs 0 0000400 04
D. II 0 0 0 10 2 0 1 04
- ASAHI A. C.
Runs 0 0001001 13
B. II ...O'O 0 10 0 0 2 a-
Two-baBc'hlt, Steerc; bates on balsa,
off Potcrson'4, Kodaka 4; struck out.'
by Peterson 9, Kodaka 6; passed ball.
Okamoto: double plays, Kapua (unas
Elated), Yasu to Stccre. Umpire, K,
Sans: scored, W. Tin Chong.
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ADRDHSB O A E
Kala, 3b. 3 1 0 1 2 2 U
Kcaloha. c 3 1 2 0 4 1
Mark. 2b 3 2 1111
l-camlro, cf 4 1 1 0 1 1
Apol, lb 4 0 1 1 14 0
Ako, ss.' 3 0 110
Trask, p, .., 4 0 U 0 1
Ahoy, rf. 3 0 0 0 4
I.oo Hon, If. 4 0 0 0 0
BERLIN, Germany, Sept. 12. Tho
military dlrfglblo ballopn.wna In the
Lair, at Its recent trial test, for 34
4 11 27 9 7'. hours nnd 2 minutes.. utirnanslne the
record mado by Zeppelin.-,
WASHINGTON, D.,C.f,Sept. 12.
0 The Wright aeroplane operated to
day for 74 minutes and 24 seconds.
DEN OF RUTHVEN MAY.
GET U.S. CERTIFICATE
r Tho British steamer Den of Ruth
mi lsTrobabIy,to,bo saryeyod"bp.her
present trip to tho -Coast. for..the-purpose
of securing, a passenger I Icon so
which will cnablo .her' to carry way
farers from American portB, She has
no American certificate at present,
Tho vessel has nice accommodations
for 'passengers, and 'will bo a very ap
preciable adjunct" to passenger facil
ities between thlsplaco and the Col
onics on ono sldo and British Columbia-
on tho other.
: ARRAL FAREWELL
Tho farewell vend-oft which has
been unanged for Madamo Arral Is
, assured of the attendance of all real
n lovers of good music tomorrow night
0 0 at tho Young -Hotel concert room.'
2 O.Many parties are being arranged for
' "this evening and Mrs. Frear and pur
1 M.lv will tionfl ttiA lint Atnnnff tin
Totals 31 6 6 4 27 15 1
Asam, ss. 3 0
Mack, cf 4 1
J. Leslie 3b 4 0
Sam Hop, p 4 0
11. Leslie, 2b.
Hoopll, rf. ...
Corrca, lb. ..
3 27 9 4
,,...32 1 5
....0 0013000 15
..... 0 1002001 2 C
....10000000 0 I
...,3 0000001 15
hits Kealoha, L'eandro
n it l'' "-' -" - " --'
I . nu .-... Ti-n,v1l.1. Ivi....... n .. .1 fl...
inan which Madanie Arral has se
lected are the following: "Queen of
Sheb'a," Gounod;, "Vlllanalle," Del
Aqua; "Galathea," Masse; Dcmberg's
''Nymphes and Sylvalnes"; Gounod's
"Serenade": Tostl's "Good-Bye";
Ganx' "Sing, Sweet Bird"; "May
Morning," and others. Madame Ar
ral will bo assisted by Mr. Buchly,
who will render "several violin solos,
among which are the Romance and
Polish .Dances by'WIenlawskl nnd tho
Hungarian Dances by Brahms, A
most enjoyable evening is promised
and those who .wish to pass a pleaq
an.t musical evening will pot miss It.
Opening Display of
comprising the latest New
York ideas both in Styles and
Whitney & Marsh
HARVARD CLUB HAS
SUPPER AND SMOKER
1, -. r
Tho Harvard Club of Hawaii had a
chowder supper and 'smoker at Knll
ufn, the mountain rcsldenco of W. R.
Castle, on Saturday evening. Tho
smoker was in the nature of an In
formal meeting of the Club and a cel
ebration of Harvard's decisive victo
ries over Yalo In tho boat races and
ball games last. June. Tables wera
set In the largo living-room, the dec
orations for lho itables being of red
carnations, and for tho walls Har
vard flags. Including ono large ling
which Hew oer tho crew cunrters at
Red Top, New London. At ono end
of the room wero largo numerals '58
and, '08, representing n period of fifty
)ears between Harvard's oldest grndJ
fiato In-Hawaii, Chief Justice Hart
well, and Fred. Lowrey, the joungest,"
an '08 man. After the supper nil
vent to thebllllaid houBe; where fa
miliar Harvard songs werejmng. Jim
Wilder cnllvenedi'tho evening by -n
few of his original stories, -and his
The Harvard Club has nnw-a list
of nearly forty members, but, unfor
tunately, not all wcio able' to nttend
tho smoker. '"
w Those present wero S. M. Ballon,
president of the Club; R. S. Hosmer,
secretary; Dr. WHcox, dliector of tho
Experiment Station;. W. R. Castle,
Albert Afong, Will Love, W, Brlncker
hof, J, M. MonBarrat, P. Home, A, r.
Griffiths, C. Hudson. F. Lowrey. 8.
Lowrey, H. G. Spencer, J, Wilder,' A.
L. Castlo. H. K. Castle. It. Ballou, A.
Lowrey, and ODaytes, from the En
glish Cambridge, v
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Also prices and samples of the
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Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.'
Gleo Dillon won Occidental stako at
California stato fair.
Hotel and Bethel
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Nice Pineapples for Pickling .
HENRY MAY & COMPANY
At All Watehdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
KXCELLSNT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with thair new YREN0H
MT BwtaiUa St Phone 1401.
MIbs Jennie Crockor's Boston ter
riers captured sovuu trophies ut Del
Runs. . . .
I Mark. Leslie; thred-baso hit, Kealoha;
At tho Invltatlpn of tho Chambers' b.ases, on .b1,!.8',J? Jr,a83' J1.0",!;
of Comme.ce pf. Toklo. Kyoto. Osaka, lrT Kealoha 1
........, .. .., .. ,.vu. p..,., .uriio i. sacrinco nils, neaioua. m;
party repiesentlng tho Chamber ot 'hit by"pltchor, Asam. Umpire,
Commerco of California will nasi
through here on October 2 on the
Tenyo Maru on Its way to Japan'.
During the stay of the, Tenyo Mniu
In Honolulu the party will be the
guests' of tho Chamber of Cqmpjeica
ui jiuiiuiuiu. ii. i, recK nas uecn up
sacrlflco hits, Kealoha, Mark;
Sang; scorer, W. Tin Chong.
"TlieTRellancWeaw .won the cham
plonsblp yesterday afternoon at Aala
Morgan of PnrkJwnSn tuer beat the Tldal Waves
to arrange iby "-.score'of (5 tn'jl In the list game
pointed by President J. V.
the Chamber of Commerce
for their entertainment. Tho nartv of tbe Berles ot the Kaplojanl
Tho Democratic nominee .says in
effect that the Republican party un
der President Roosevelt- hnB' 'cccom
pllshed nothing and has been a fail
ure; that Mr. Taft can not improvo
on the conditions that exist, and that
he (Bryan) Is the only man who can
b'rlng the. country to where he (Bry
an) belleyes it, ought to be. In fact,
lils speech was devoted largely to, an
effort t,o show, that Roosevelt and
Toft and the Repnbllcan'party do not
now and nover did amount to much,
land that tho only hope of the people
i lies 'in the, ascendancy of Bryun,
YVllites liarre News-Leader.
will be received by the officials of the
Chambers of Commerce on Its arrival
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
PHONE 200. ,,. M
Eddie Hanlon and Frcddlo Walsh
nro to meet In a twenty-round go next
H tt It
Security won tho Newcastle handl-
a noso from
The Ewa baseball team sustained
.. ... ...... wkm.ht null uiu ntin
its reputation yesterday by beating a cap nt Tho Meadows by
Luiuuiiiuwim ivum iiuiii win nciiuiitt;, tern I,
Twillghtand. Wtchman's teams, to tt tt tt
thVtuue.of B'to-l. ' Yacht Ruby, by time allowance, won
a tt a t,lu ocean race at Santa Cruz.
Eben Low entertained for the re- 8 -
turned ropers. Archlo Kaaua and .XNIxle won the Swanton trophy
lbn n.,.,1., a J., ! "mi,wi.
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