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EVENINCT DULLETIK, HONOLULU, T. 1I MONDAY, 8EPT. 21, 1008.
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ADRI3IISI1 O A I?
Time to G-et Ready
for your Fall and Winter work among yor poultry, Come
in and look up the lattst -in the INCUBATOR and BROOD
1 ER line.
We have had a great year with CYPHIRS goods and
they are better than ever for the coming season. let us
send you a complete CYPHERS catalogue ; it will interest
you, even if you are not needing any sunplios at present.
i CYPHERS FOODS and REMEDIES arc standard and
are called for by many who will use nothing else.
CYPHERS INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY
' " POODS and REMEDIES, and . .''il
jv GENERAL POULTRY SUPPLIES, at I fi j&h
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E. 0, HALL & SON, LTD
Local and National
Mooheaiis Meet Terrible
Defeat At Hands Of Oahu
OVAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. TRJJRLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Serwed to the Queen's Tse.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
I If it's pointed by
Tile Paint Shop. 134 King St.
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KEEP MIL.K COLD
Warm mill; breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on nr
milk wago3. Simsle, isn't itl Yet"itfs very ffeotiTe. IVs one of ike
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wkolesome milk.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
(lames S.itimlny arternnnu ami jtk
liTil.iy clearly (Uinonstnitcd that llllo
ennnot nt picHvnt play b.iHoball wltli
Honolulu,, Ihiwovlt well llio HawalL
teams rhimcil up with the Kclos. Tlio
local picked bunch, ik-spllo nil luck of
practice mill despite tho fact that
picked tennis hero piny usually worse
hill than thu icRiilnr ngKrcKntlmis,
hent out thu crnck Moohenii of llllo In
the Hist K'Uiie by a score o 3 to 1,
nml then came back on Siiiiilny. ami
walloped thein most nwsomely, 1y a
in to 3 score. Williams pitched (ho
first dny, but was out of the bo on
the occasion of the catasttophe.
The Siitimlny punc was phijcil In
n dilz7le of inln Wllll.mw pllrhed for
both tennis. That Is, Johnnie Wil
liams was In the box for the local
bunch, nud Williams of SpaMiuit fame
pitched for the Mooheuus. Two er
lots nt left Held on thu lliinw In In
the second allowed the Onhits tn scoio
a couple of inns, after some hot lill
tlns by l.ymnn and V.n Hue, The
Mooheuus made their only run In the
fointh, when Hill Desha, formerly of
I'uiinhou, singled, stole and came
acioss the pan on a wild throw fiom
Johnnie William to flist.
The All Oahu team caniu In stionK
again In tho 7th Inning, when Hush
noil and Olmos lilt, and thu former
beat It home on Todd's bungle.
This gamo gave tho public to bellovo
that tlicro'would bo sometbliig doliiR
when the Jloobeaus got oer their sea
slckncs and other Ills of the ojnge,
and got down to wink. Hut the Moo
Ileum lilt earth with an awful hump.
Two pitchers couldn't get together tho
necessary form. Tho locals tilled up
fourteen bl(s. The lctory Is told
there, and In tho dismay which thu
swatting naturally caused.
Down, down tho Mooheaiis slhl. It
was sickening. With good weather
over head nud a good field under foot,
they cast out ballast, ami let tho air
ship soar tliiough a painful hour and
a liaH. Heutor was too strong for tho
llllo batsmen .and out of courtesy,
llushncll was subbtltuted, and even
then theio was little doing fiom tho
men from iimhrclln town.
Tho scoieB for the two dnvs were:
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All It 111! Kit fl A I'
ll. Lyman, ss 1 o o o .0 3 0
W. Desha, rf 3 1 1 1 1 t) u
O. Desha, If 2 0 0 0 0 0 '1
II. Sheldon, 2h. ..40114 10
Tevls. 31 4 0 0 1 2 1 1
Solomon, c 3 0 0 0 0 o 0
Todd, II .2 0 1 0 II 0 1
Williams, p 3 0 1 0 0 7 0
W. Alltp, cf 3 0 0 o n 0 0
Totals 28 1 4 3 21 15 4
AIIR1IIISU O A K
.M. uimoB, rr. ...,2 0 1,1 0 U 1
E. Kcni!im1o2. ib.-l n n 1 v n n
V Vannatta. 2b. .4000240
II. HritiiH. if 3 o o o o o o
C. l.ymnn, c 3 1 1 o a 2 1
Kn Sue. cf 3 1 1 0 0 0 0
Jno. Williams, p
0 o o n r, 2
Miller, ss. ..'.....3 o o o 1 to
3 1 0
27 17 I
Totals 2ft 3 3 I
1 2 3 I 5 fi 7 S !l
Hiiiih ii no l o ii ii ii - 1
U. II 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 04
1 2 3 I G 6 7 8 0
Minn II 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 3
11. H 0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 3
Two-bnso lilt. Kn Sue; bases on
balls, off John Williams 3. Williams 4;
struck out, by John Williams fi, Wil
liams li: sacilllco hits, G. Desha. C.
Ionian, John Williams; double play,
ToWs to Todd. Tlmo of game, 1 hour
30 mimics: umpire, Harney Joy; scor
er, W. T. IlapOFO.
Aim nnsn o a i:
D. rcrnandeb, lb,
rf. 2b 2 1
II. llushncll, 3b. p. I 0
Vnnnnltn, 2b. if...Ii 1
J. Williams, rf. 3b fi 2
II. Uruns. If 4 2
I), neuter, p. lb... I 3
L. Soarcs, c I 3
Lemon, cf. 4 2
Miller, ss 4 2
Lyman, ss G 0 o 0 0
W. Desha, rf, ....1 0 0 0 0
O. Desha, If 4
Sheldon, 2b 4
Tevls. 3b 3
0 10 3 0
1 2, 0 3 2
10 0 13
Todd, lb 4 1 0 0 13 0 1
tllrd, c 1 0 1 0 4 2 0
Ollvelrn, p 1 0 0 0 0 I 0
Solomon, p 3 0 1 0 0 2 1
Ahlp, cf 3 0 1 0 3 0 0
0 27 15 0
1 0 0 lr-.lfi
2 1 0 114
7 8 0
0 2 03
Totals 32 3 G
1 2 3 4 G
nuns 1 2 0 G 0
1). II 1 2 3 4 0
.113 3 4 S
linns 0 0 0,1 0
n. ii l loot
Twn-bnsa hits, Williams, Sheldon,
Fernandez, neuter; lilt by pitched
ball, W. Deshn; hits, off Ollvclra fi In
3 Innings, off Solomon 8 in fi Innings,
off ncufcr 2 In 3 Innings, off llushncll
4 In 6 Innings; haso on balls, off Hea
ter 2, Iluslinell 2, Ollvclra 3, Solomon
3; struck out, by, neuter 4. llushncll
3, Solomon 3; wild pitch, Ollvclra 2,
Solomon 1; rnsscd balls,4 Soarcs 1,
Bird 3; sacrltlco lilts, Fernandez,
Uushncll, Vannatta, Tevls; double
plays, Mlllcr-Kcrnantlez-Houter, Shel
don unassisted. Time of game, 1 hour
30 minutes. Umpire, llarnoy Joy,
Scorer, W. T. naposo.
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CABRAL CHALLENGES JACKSON
Joe Cnbral wants to box Nigel
Jnrkson at 120 pounds rlngsldo 'for
nny number of rounds up to ten. Joo
has unite n reputation of recent days
from Ills good showing nt various
times at Independence Hall. Ilessnys
that If ncressnry he can snake 118
to meet Jackson, and that ho Is par
ticularly anxious to get Insldo tho
topes with this innn,
Jnckson hns been prominent tn the
game here, too, but has not been In
training at so icccnt a date ns Cn
bral. On tho other hand, Calirnl has
been out of tho hospital only two
weeks, so chances seem oven enough.
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C0FELAND WINS CUP
The final round or (he Hnlciwa Oolf
Club cup tournament was played on
tho home links yesterday and was won
by '.. C. Copeland. Tho course wns
eighteen boles, twlco round tho links.
Tho official scores were as follows:
Oross. II'c'p. Net.
Z. C. Copeland 98
Dr. 1 II. Iluniphrls.lOi;
John Llltlo 101
St. C. llldgood 9.i
Dr. II. Wood 01
A. K. W. Todd Ill"
J. S. Ormo 102
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Totnls 3S Ifi 14 3 27 11 I
PAniS, France, Sept. 19. Mc
Vcjgh, tho Cnllfornlnn, knocked out
Shearing, an Englishman, tonight,
for tho championship of Europe.
TWO SPECIALS IN
FIRST Made of nice quality Nainsook with 6-inch em
broidery flounce, 6 hem-stitched tucks, and wide in
sertion, at 11.25. ' '
SECOND Of Better Nainsook, wide linon flouiwc with
9 rows of Val. insertion with edge to match, dust ruf
fle, with lace edge, at $2.00.
THESE ARE BOTH WONDERFUL VALUES and
THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED.
Whitney & Marsh
During Dr. Pottie'i absence
from the Territory
..I . ARE ON SALE AT V:
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd., and
Pottle, Honolulu Tel. 1189
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YEE CHAN & CO.,
THE BIG STORE,
KINO AND BETHEL STREETS
The End of the World in
So some prophets say, but this is not the cause of our
This Means ExTYa
Money in Your
Our MR. LE0NQ CHEW just returned from China, wheie he personally selected the Largest and Best Assortments of CHINESE and JAP
ANESE MERCHANDISE EVER BROUGHT TO THIS TERRITORY. These goods are now at the Custom House, and will be at our store within
TWO WEEKS. ;
To make room for these "goods, as well as for the line of HOLIDAY GOODS, which is now on the way, we are FORCED TO REDUCE OUR
TRESENT STOCK of STAPLES, and with this aim in view we shall, commencing FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 18TH, start in with our
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, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES,
HATS and CAPS, TRUNKS,1 VALISES, LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, CORSETS, RIBBONS, LACES and EMBROIDERY, ETC. ETC.
ALL PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES
YEE CHAN & CO.,
THE BIG STORE,
COR. KINO AND BETHEL STREETS
Some of our Sale Prices: I'
A. F. C. GINGHAM PER YARD .00 HEAVY FLANELETTES PER YARD .OD :
FINE WHITE MUSLIN 30 in. wide . 10 YARDS FOR 91.00 WACHUSETT SHIRTS CUT FROM $1.25 to .00
HEAVY BROWN COTTON, 36" wide . 14 YARDS FOR 1.00 RELIANCE SHIRTS CUT FROM $1.00 to .75
ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 3 PAIRS FOR $1.00
Yee Chan fc CO., Cor. King and Bethel
YEE' MAN & CO.,
THE BIG STORE.
I COR. KING AND BETHEL STREETS
This is the
, the Year
This Means Extra
Money in Your
Tee chan 4 co.,
THE BIG STORE.
COR. KING AND BETHEL STREETS
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