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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1008.
Time to Get Beady
for your Fall and Winter work among your poultry,
in and look up the latest in the INCUBATOR and Bl
We have had a grsat year with CYPHERS goods, and
they are better than ever for the coming; seaion. Let tis
send you a complete CYPHERS catalogue; it will interest
you, even if you are not needing any supplies at preient.
CYPHERS FOODS and REMEDIES are standard and
nre called for by many who will use nothing else.
CYPHERS INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY
FOODS and REMEDIES, and
GENERAL POULTRY SUPPLIES, at
E. 0, HALL & SON, LTO
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I Local and National I
A RARE CHANCE THIS WEEK!
ACCUMULATIONS FROM OUR BIG CLEAN-UP SALE!
REMNANTS AND ODD LINES IN
HUNDREDS OF ODDMENTS DESPERATELY CHEAP!
SPECIAL A Quantity of Remnants in Our Cloth
Depaitment, Mens' and Boys' Suit Leneths in Best English
and American Suitings to be thrown into the REMNANT
If preferred we can make these up to measure at SPE
Reilly and Nelson Both
Begin Long Grind of
Charlie Jtellly and Young Nelson
are both getting down to business In
training for their coming bout on tha
3d of next month. Nelson Is at tlio
Healnnl boat house and Itellly will
change from tho old stand, going ci
ther to tho Wolklkl Inn tho most
likely place, as Chnrllo Is fond ot tho
beach, or to the Myrtle boat house,
If Manager Fred. Smith can make tho
Peter Unroii is quite an admirer of
Young Nelson, and has had this box
er under his wing during his prep
aration for all of his recent appear
ances here. Pete likes his stamina
and his willingness to work; his quiet
nays and strong arm. So he will Iut
this boy Into the top-notch and the'
edge of condition. ' ,.
Itellly has deserted the old stand,
and will luund Into condition In oth
er places. Ho Is already In nlco
shane to begin with tho hard, grind
nu'cf la enthusiastic over tho charms
of Wolklkl. Ho will probably be
ccttlcd by this evening.
rrhc preliminaries are still in
doubt, but It is said that Hoquct, u
strong boy who had been acting as
T&- COME TO THE HOUSE OF BARGAINS.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE.
Thinks Charges Ajatast
The opinion was express by a
prominent fan thls morning that the
charges of "throwing" a game at
Aala Park, preferred In connection
with tho recent Palama-J. A. C. game
ut Aula Park, will not bo pressed to
any definite outcome. ,
It seems that nothing has been
dono In this matter nlnco suspicions
of selling the game were mentioned
In open meeting of the lUverslde
League some time ago, expect to ap
point a part of u committee to In
estlgate tho matter, which commit
tee fulled to meet at a time set. and
has since made no moo toward find
ing out what tho matter was In the
disputed game. '
Tho charges seem in themselves to
haye been 'far-fetched. It Is pointed
out that ono man mentioned dld'some1
heavy hitting for his Bide, and that
he played about his unuul game, not
being a very suro fly-catcher at any
tlnie, though he Is great with the
willow. Kicking went on, In spite ot
theso facts, which seemed to point to
him as. ono of tho best players ot tho
game, and to others concerned In the
suspicions, as not culpable, and the
Early this afternoon, it was
announced that the next show of
the Central Club, when Itellly
and Young Nelson box, on Octo-
ber 3d, will be held at the Or-
pheum, owing to the fact that
the old arena has been nban-
doned, and there would not be
time enough to arrange a new
placo as satisfactory as the Or-
bums mwm i
mi in mm
SYDNEY, Aus., Sept. 16. Tommy
Hums and Johnson, the big negro
from whom the American and world's
champion has been accused ot fight
ing shy for a long time, are matched
to fight in December. The purse ot
$50,000 will be split $30,000 to tho
winner and $20,000 to the loser.
Such terms might be thought of as
appealing to the business acumen of
Capitalist Hums, but the fans will
believe It all when they sec these two
actually In the ring.
a Hpurring partner for Itellly lately, 'charges were mentioned In the meet
will bo Willing to go on with some
iloer fellow here." Wnhllanl lookB
good, but It Is not known If he has
et consonted to go In on the proposition.
Atall events, Fred. Smith Is today
hard .nt work, on tho arrangements
ror mis snow, ami, among oiner
things, ho Is vpry desirous of piovld
Ing some rattling preliminaries, as
good In their wuy as the main event
-and 'Hint will be about as good as
Honolulu funs could stand and Btay
It II n
Tho Honliuil1 boat crews are prac
ticing but once a day, except on Sun
days, nhen they hno been out twice.
gtygaft- WWTTH II HSHSMSIIISl .
Now, It Is said that It was to
"scare those fellows," and serve ns u
warning foretermore against any
Thojmvttcr will merely lapse, and
nothing ever be heard or It.' thinks
this fan!' who is In a position to be
woll Iriformod. ,
During Dr. Pottle's abserfce
from the Territory
WJ 7.Seatedi- ' "
By Hour or Trip.
G. O; Beckley, Jr.
'PHONE 200. "
Tho opening of the. Kalaulanaolo
Baseball Lcaguo games, Is now post
poned until tho middle of November.
on account of delays In the Aala sched
ule. It was hoped that this winter
league, could open up by tho 'first of
that month, but this is now Impossible
Tho tlo game played by tho Alohas
and tho Chinese A. O. will have, to bo
tacked onto the end of the Riverside
season, and tho postponed games of
last Sunday, not played at all out of
deference to tho Rlvorsldo Junior
grand opening, have also been placed
St tho end of the rogular schedule.
'AH this spells delay for" the Kalaul
Ftvo baseball games among tho
prominent leagues are on' for tho week
end. Ono will bo held Saturday at
Uasoball Park Moohcaus vs. All
Oahus, and four at Aala Park, two In
tho forenoon and two In the afternoon.
The committee that will have charge
of ulic-October chamnlonshlp tennis
matches 'consists ofrF, E. iStccro.un'd
Harold, Castle or thg, Paclnc Tennis
Club, and A. U Castle, and C..O. Bock
us of the Bereta'ula'Tennls Club.
I This Is tho last day on which h'ard
rowing wiiij'.oe'uoHu ,jw.vm tre w i ,,; jHug ror -i lie sWW ruction of.
Opening Display of
comprising the latest New
York idea? both in Styles and
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Whitney & Marsh
ARE ON SALE AT
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Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd., and
Pottle, Honolulu Tel. 1139
ten l- Julius Lock of tho Dclaney street
attde'sffoyers, "every ono of police station In New Yoik city.
ttfUsrWaV least' four knots swauVhalf a mile In thirty-five mlu-
than' the "steamer Lusttanla, utes. dragging behind htm two row-
A number of. changes among. Ihe.r.T' ?" nuy iuo-uuiu iniaw micu wun peui.ie. me ieui
Aala team players are'. talKpu, of., '., , States. Navl,authorltles. - - i was considered remarkable.
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which are to take part 1
day affqr. tomorrow; atarts-.mayiUo.'.t. h
practiced, tomorrow.- .' '- . ..s, vll'"i.
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YEE CHAN 4 CO.,
THE BIG STORE,
I COR. KING AND BETHEL STREETS
10 p.c. .
This Means Extra
Money in Your
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Our MR. LE0NG CHEW jutt returned from China, where he personally selected the Largest and Jest
ANESE MERCHANDISE EVER BROPOHT TO THIS TERRITORY. Those goods are now at the Custom Hou
To make room for these goods, as well as for the line of HOLIDAY O00DS, which is now on the
PRESENT STOCK of STAPLES, an with this aim in view we shall, commencing FRIDAY HORNING,
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THE BIG STORE,
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'CORr KINO AND BETHEL STREETS
; Assortments of 6HINESE aLlU!j -se,
and.wjU'be at our.litore-wittin't:7f-i : r
way, wefare F9RCED TO REDUC,QtJKr; .;, i ) "
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Grand Clearance Sale
which will continue for Two Weeks only
We have REDUCED from 10 to 25,on our..ENTIRE STOCK, including MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING, P.UBNISHING GOODS, , BBOEB,
HATS and CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, CORSETS, RIBBONS, XACESand EMBROIDERY, ET0.jl$TC..V
ALL PRICES JtfARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES . ' ', )
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YEE CHAN & CO.,
. THE BIG STORE,
COR. KINO AND BETHEL STREETS
Some of our Sale Prices :
A. F. C. GINGHAM 'PER YARD .005, I HEAVY FLANELETTES $ ER YARD .00, f ,,,,
FINE WHITE MUSLIN 36 in. wide . 10 YARDS FOR ?1.00 I WACHUSETT SHIRTS CUT FjfoM 1.25 toOOvs' '
HEAVY BROWN COTTON, 30" wide . 14 YARDS FOR $1.00 RELIANCE SHIRTS CUT FfebM $J.OO to75f! "
ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 3 PAIRS FOR $1.00 ' ' r
This is the
This ' Means Extra
Money in Your
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YEE CHAN & CO.,
THE B1C STOR E
COR. KING AND BETHEL STREETS
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