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BVBN1N0 BUI.lTIN. HONOLULU, T. H. FRIDAY,, 8EPT. 18, 1908.
Time to Get Ready
Opening Display of
for ycur Fall and Winter work among your poultry. Come
in and look up the latest in the INCUBATOR and BROOD
We have had a great year with CYPHERS goods and
they are better than ever for the coming season. Let ui
tend you a complete CYPHERS catalogue; it will interest
you, even if you are not needing any supplies at present.
CYPHERS FOODS and REMEDIES are standard and
are called for by many .who will nse nothing else. '
CYPHERS INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY
FOODS and REMEDIES, and ' . "
GENERAL POULTRY SUPPLIES, at j.
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King and Bethel
During Dr. Pottie's absence
from the Territory
. ' ARE ON SALE AT .,
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A shipment of up to date
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' Union Street near Hotel.
Renews Old Rhaliy
Myrtle and Healani Clubs Again
Struggle For Supremacy Both
Crews Are Trained to
Tomorrow Is Regatta Day.
The old rivalry of the Hcnlnnls
nnd tho Myrtles will be renewed, and
the light ot u dozen jears will bo on
nguln. The crews nro trained to tho
minute. Doth aro resting today, con
fident or taking off the honors.
Tomorrow Is tho holiday peculiar
to Hawaii alone the really, truly
national holiday, and one' which has
alwajs proved very dear to the Ho
Eight times out of twelve years
past the Mjrtlo sonlor crew has cap
tured first honors, and the old Myr
tle seniors of 1897 hold the record
for the course, with 9:48. Can the
Hcnlnnls break their winning streak?
That Is the great question to be de
Last year the regatta presented n
fine spectacle, and It Is proposed to
make the day as great a success tills
time, though one great and very Im
portant change has been made tho
junior races hae been cut out, and
the time occupied by thq sports will
probably be confined to half a day.
This Is a great Innovation. It will
confine the races which are to be be
tween tho rival clubs to the senior
and freshmen C-oar events, and two
double-oar races. , Hitherto, tho Ju
nior races have been considered 'as
secondary In Interest only to the se
nior races. 'and a careful record has
been Kept of their outcome, ns ot that
of the senior events.
The crews are:
Eddie l'crnamlei, stroke; E. An
drews, S; A. Ma, 4; Shanton, 3;
Boquet, 2; Hlllyard, 1; Hen Clark,
Carlos, stroke; Henry Rose, C; M.
Robinson, 4; Joe Kamnkua, 3; D.
Sherwood, 2; 11. Fuller, 1; Ucn Clurk,
Hcdcmann, stroke; J. O'llrien, fi;
Kales, 4; L. Kerr, 3; Zelgler, 2; Myh
ro, 1; h. Hough, coxswain.
Myrtle Senior -
K. Bechert, stroke; G. Schacfer, C;
C. Padakcn, 4; David Center, 3;
Paul Bchmldt. 2; R. Chllllngworth,
1; L. Hough, coxswain.
Tho events as listed for the day
are: , r
1 Wlmloboat;;$20. J k
2 Senior barge; $2S cup.
.38 Six paddle canoe; $30 mid
4 Freshman barge; $2S cup.
5 pour paddle canoo: 120 and'
6 Senior pair oar; $20 cup.
7 Four paddle canoo (modern);
$20 and M0.
8 Junior pair qnr; $20 cup.
9 Sailing cauoo (old); $1C and
10 Sailing canoo (modern); $15
Races open to all; no entry fcos.
All rowing races to be governed by
tho racing rules of tho Hawallun
Rowing, Association, .v
Kacli entry shall include the name
o thej poat,,'or,llf It' lias none, tho
nunie of the person who ontqrs ll.
'' There must be at least three, boats
Btaitcd bofore a second prlio will bo
Entries opened at 8. a. m. Tuesday,
Sopt. in, at thy Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young ..building, and
closed Thursday ' at 12 m.
Following Is a record nt the out
come ot the regattas of tho past since
the day has been set aside for these
' SENIOR CREWS
Year. Winner. Time.
1896 Myrtle 10:03
1897 Mjrtlo 9:48
189S Hcnlanl 10:05 2-5
1899 Myrtle 11:00
1900 Healani 10:14
1901 Healani 10:37 1-2
1902 Myrtle 10:30 3-5
inn., iip.ihui io:n,ri a-r.
1901 Mjillo 10:48 1-2
1905 Myrtle .., 10:34 1-0
1906 Mjrtlo 10:23
1907 Myrtle 15:42 3-5
Year. Winner. Time.
1896 Myrtlo 10:21 '
1897 Mjrtlo 10:29 1-4
1898 Healani 10:14 2-5
1899 Myrtle 10:43
1900 Myrtlo 11; 14
1901 Hcnlanl ll.:24
1902 Mjrtlo 10: 31
1903 Healani 10:16
1904 Mjrtlo 11:04 2-5
1905 Myrtlo 10:40
1906 Myrtlo 10:29 3-5
The first race Is to start at 9 a. m.
Some difficulty has been' found In 1
selecting men for tbo'palr-oar racos, ;,
but tho Myrtles' hfive bit on tho fol
lowing combinations:' Henry Williams
and Dixon;, Rayinocd Smith and Ted
mrbl'tes4 Bring Vit h ffiem
a Real Star
Tomorrow and Sunday afternoons,
tho Moheaus, crack team oMHIo, mill
play baseball at tho Park with tho All
Oahus, a picked team of tho big league
captained by Eddlo Fernandez.
Tho Mooheaus arc expected to nr
rio tomorrow morning on tho Mauna
Kca. Since the sending of terms by
tho local league, nothing has been
heard from tho Hllo bunch, and It Is
Inferred that sllcnco gives consent.
The gamo tomorrow Is on for 3
o'clock, at Baseball Park while the
game of tho following day, which Is
to bo plajcd at 3:30 o'clock, will mark
tho last ot baseball activity at the
park this season,
Tho locals will play tomorrow as fal
low's: Lyman, c; Renter, p.; For?
nandcz, lb.; Vannatta, 2b.; Bushnell,
3b.; Miller, as.? II. Druns, If.; En Sue.
cf.; McKcnzle, rf. j
On Sunday, tho lineup will bo
switched around, tho following men
playing: Boarcs, c; Joy. p.; Fernan
Her, lb ; yannatta, Zb.; Bushnell, 3b,
Jim Williams, ss ; Harry Bruns, If,
En Sue, cf.; Olmos, rf.
Tho Mooheaus, who havo ,bccn tak
ing all'ln'o foliage ot victory at Hllo,
bring with' them a good deal of con
fldonco that they will be able to do
things to tho- locals, mixed with a
nltchcnwho Is likely to glvo tho big
leaguo of Honolulu something to think
over for a while. This pitcher Is
named Williams. Ho Is tho man' who
showed up creditably against tho
Spalding bunch, and has dazzled somo
of the Honolulu players who havo
worked against him at Hllo. Williams
is good, and no mlstako, and will bo
ono of the factors of tho gamo.
HO HJTJP H
Owing to objections mado to tho box
ers .training at the boat houso, Rellly
and Nelson havo-both gone clsewhorq
for training quartors. Rollly Is work"
Ing out at the Orphcum, and Nolson
has gono to the Hotel Baths.
Professor Polo Barron will train
neither man. , n
illOgTON, ,Mass , Sept. 17. Lam
ed, the American champion, defeated
Parke In the International tennis
DUBLIN, Ireland, Sopt. 17. Prlt
chle of London has defeated Wright.
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
,-js. PHONE 200. j..-
Young Nelson Is Sturdy
Young Nelson, the boy who wilt
meet Charlie Rellly In the ring at
the Orphcum on October 3d, now fig
ures as one of the most uniformly
successful and reliable boxers who
has been In tho local game. With a
record which reaches back Into the
former halcyon days ot tho sport
here, he Is nt present picked as the
man who, before all others, can rep
resent the best of Hawaiian talent In
the ring against Rellly, one ot tho
best of1 his class on the Coast.
Nelson won all his bouts hero In
the tlmo tho game flourished before,
with tho exception ot ono memorable
go, when ho lost out to Jack McFad-
, .CY0UNG, NELSON
Who Boxes Charlie Xeilly on October
3d at the 0rpheum
den. (Ho, states that; ho gavo away,
weight this time, and accounts for
his ono'dofeat In thls'way. He had
all othcr.opponcnts4gasily outclassed,
Winning mostly byv the knockout(
Last spring he reappeared in tho
ring with the sailor boys ot the Bat
tle Fleet and of the Special Service
Squadron, nnd showed up so well
that thero has since, been a great de
mand for his appearance at all times.
He has a good wallop and Is strong.
He taker caro ot himself as strictly
as possible. He never touches a lit
tle nip of anything,' and eschews to
bacco. He has barrels ot wind and a
cool head. All of this looks mighty'
good for his chances. v j
Any fan In Honolulu at present
knows tho man against whotajNelson
Is pitted.' Charlie Rellly Is the clcvJ
erest boxer who has ever appeared In
this city at any time. He has prob
ably not met hero any boy of Nelson's
build and style of milling,, however,
and, as Rellly has figured mostly In
the 4- and 6-round gamo on the Coast
he probably 'has not met many long
distance,' Btaj'-on-hls-Btumlna men
such as Nelson Is, In bis experience
It will be a supremo test for the
two men, so opposite In .their stylo ot
boxing, 'and both so cool and game
under all circumstances.
Young Nelson was formerly a Bul
letin newsboy and one ot the best
hustlers In tho business.
Tho Starlight baseball team mem
bers wish It nnnouncod' through the
columns of tXo I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n that they
accept,, the (challenge o'f djo; Oahus
for' a, gamoof baseba!l,'rncttlnE the
place 4s KnAlolanl Park,grounds,,and
the tlmo" at) Sunday, Sept. ,20th at
1:30 p. m., " ,
Tho Oahus aro tho players who
have recently mado themselves fa
rno'us'unde'i! tho name of the .Young
Bulletins. V J 'j t
i Western wobl growers, Ittsesslou
'at Salt Lake City, Utah, 'aro siendeav-
'orlng to solvouhe problem ot nation
al storage of wool In ordo to curb,
I the operations of the middleman on
the wool market. '
I Accoullng to the story of a N,eW
ion; nttornej-, William 're. Aunts' ex
pected to be killed by Capt. Halns,
nnd carried werfponB, 'prepared to
shoot Halns wheh attacked.
Three months Having elapsed with
out Mrs. Alfred d vdnderbllt refus-
ilnir tn ilpinnnil the-fynn dlvoico du-
ciop, It Is bellowed ndw ihnt tho rnu-
pio uio parted for gooi
comprising the latest New
York ideas both in Styles and
ij - TTX'rK
On the grounds that they will not be
able to arrive at a truo and rightful
verdict, without seeing tho land in
question, tho twolvo Jurymen sitting In
tho United States District Court in tho
condemnation ;sult against L. A. An
drews by tho United States,, may
make a request to Judgo Dole this af
ternoon that thoy bo .taken to Hllo.
This matter was discussed to consid
erable extent yesterday uftornoon, and
It was. thought that n request would
bo mado to tho Judgo this, morning,
but aa the examination of Mr.'Androws
on Ahe witness-stand went on ull morn
ing without Interruption, nothing has
so far been done.
But'lt f not definitely decided yfct,
for the complexity of tho case Is such
that a bang jury will -bo tho probablo
result unless tho jurymen aro, given
the opportunity, to view tho land In
Ask To Go
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Mtkcraof Arrow CoUut -i.
question. Androws claims that n cer
tain small tract of land whlcji Is want
ed by tho Government for u right of
way, is worth considerable more than
tho United Statos is willing to give.
Thero la hardly any manner of prov
ing this, on account of tho fact that
some of tho things, which aro Riven ii
high valuo by Andrews, aro named nt
a much loner valuo by Brcckons. In
this-connection an Interesting, bit ,of
rcparteo occurred between Andrews
and Brcckons yesterday afternoon, An
drews was cndcaorlng to explain u
certain question to Brcckons, In ,y
swer to n question, and when ho Irict
finished, Breckons stated that ho
didn't understand any of It.
"Then I supposa I must bu n d n
fool!" exploded Androws.
"Well, I gucBs ' wo agree on that
point, all right, all right," calmly re
n'lert tho United States District At
tornoy. u mo Jurjmcn request to bo taken
to Hllo, their wishes will probably bo
gratified and the party will luavo for
tho Rainy city on this ovcnlng's boat.
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