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Honolulu, t. h., Monday, sept.. 21, 1908. . . l - v 7
LADIES, we take great pleasure in announcing the
purchase, at a big discount, of a large
quantity of Laces.
This lot, together with our own stock of
Embroideries and Laces, will be thrown on
the tables next week at prices that will astonish you.
The first showing will be
You will find almost any style of Lace you re
quire at this sale.
The following lines will be on offer :
1 100 pes. Torchon Laces, worth 50c dr., at 25o dz.
2 100 pes. Torchon Laces, worth 50c dz., at ,-...40odt.
3 100 pes. Torchon Laces, worth 8 l-2c. yd., at .., 5oyd.
4 New fancy guilt Val. Laces, worth 20c, at 121-2o
5 New fancy guilt Val. Lacts, worth 25c, at 15o
6 New fancy guilt Val. Laces, worth 30c, at 20o
7 Fine Torchon Laces, worth 20c, at 121-2o
8 fine Torchon Laces, worth 10c, at e. . . .8 l-4o
0 Fine Torchon Laces, worth 12 l-2c, at 8 l-4o
LOT "10 Fine Torchon Laces,
worth 15c, at '. lOo
LOT 1120 pes. Pillow Lace, worth 75c, at i ..... OOo
LOT 1225 pes. Pillow Lace, worth 90c, at 65o
LOT 1325 pes. Pillow Lace, worth $1.00, at .7ffe
14 10 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 15c, at lOo
15 10 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 20c, at 12 l-2o
16 10 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 30c, at 17 l-2o
17 10 pes. Linen Torchon Lace, worth 50c, at 30a
17 50 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 10c, at 5o
19100 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 20c, at lOo
LOT 20100 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 25c, at 15o
LOT 21100 pes. Fine Val. Laces, worth 35c, at 20o
LOT 2210 pes. Black Oriental Lace, worth 25c, at 15o
LOT 2310 pes. Black Oriental Lace, worth 35c, at 20o
LOT 24 50 pes. New Bands in white, black, and fancy colors,
AT 50 PER CENT. OFF!
LOT 25 Black Point De Venisc Bands, worth 25c .15o
LOT 26 White Allovcr Oriental Laces, worth $1.00, at ..'..; 80o'
LOT 27 White Allovcr Oriental Laces, worth $2.50, at . ..v.-. ...$1.50
LOT 28 White Allover Oriental Laces, worth $5.00, at ...... ..,$3.25
LOT 29 Two Thread Allover Lace, worth $2,50, at , . .'$1.50
LOT 30 Cotton Allover Laces, worth 50c, at 20o
LOT 31 Large Stock Cream White and Colored Medallions, at
LOT 32 Embroidery, Edgings, and Insertions at.... A BIO DISCOUNT
LOT 33 Blnck Silk Allovcr Laces, worth $1.50, at 75o
LOT 34 Black Silk Allover Laces, worth .$4.00, at $2.00
. We could sell every number here quoted for
much more than we ask but our object is quick' j
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1 than a week.
Ybur Inspection Respeotfully Invited
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.,
Honolulu Department Store - - Alakea St. '
Palamas Wallop Aalas
In 12 to 4 Game
At Riverside .
Tho Palamas did things to the Aaltti
cstcr(lny nt tho nivorsldo Raines, and
tho J. A. C.s had tho- Chinese going
through a 9 to G game.
Tho story of tho day wan ono awful
slaughter for tho team which dropped
tho hoodoo name that It might not he
followed by tho ban, and which has
not been able to Bet away from II
since. They wero beaten, 12 to 4.
Tho Japancso earned most of their
nlno runs, and had tho game from al
most tho first, Ncodlcss to Bay, bet
ter baseball was played than In tho
former contest, though there was less
of tragic Interest connected with It.
Tho scores were:
Frailer, If 6 0 1 0 1
Keolohn, p C 3 3 0 2
Walker. 2b 4 2
Kama, c G C
Kahaaulmil, us. .4 :
Martin, cf. G 2
Paaluhl, 3b G 1
Smith, rf 4 1
lloopll, lb G 1
Jess Woods Has Trip Of
Star Team to Orient
Totals : 44 12 13 G 27 8 G
AD II Ml SI1 O
Kupa. K 4 0
Froltas, hh 5 0
N. Hoopll, rf.,.,.2 0
Under, c-p 4 1
Makaiml, lb.-c, ..4 1
Kaon ill, 2b 4 0
Omolnls, 3b 3 0
Akl, cf 3 0
McdelioH. p 4 0
II. Van Glcson, rf..l 2
.lens Woods, manager of tho Reach
All-America baseball aggregation,
which Is to tour tho Orient this fall
and play ball here next spring, drift
ed in on tho Korea yesterday on his
nay to tho States, after making dates
for the team all oer the Far East.
"Everything Is nil right," Josi
said. "I hae all tho arrangements
made. Iirfclt money Is up every
where, and everything Is on paper.
The team will take In Japanese and
Chinese ports and Manila.
"And, talking about Manila, that
Is absolutely the greatest ball town
out this way anywhere, not except
ing even Honolulu. There nro a lot
of ox-profcsslonals there, and they
will give us the worst rub wo wilt
get anywhere, or I'm mistaken.
"Ilesldes, there will bo G.000 sol
diers camped In u radius of three
0 'miles at the time we arc playing
0 .'there. That inrnnn rnrwrirt.
".'o; I shan't como over hero
' with the team, llaggcrloy of the
I'rlsio Hullctln will como along and
Mike Fisher will act as manager with
O.tho bunch. He will hava an asslst
1 jant manager, probably. There aro
' ito be a dozen plncrs, In nil."
Jess looked satisfied wfth life.
hailed the custom house launch
4 2 27
Totals 31 4
I A. C.
12 3 4
Itunn 2 0 0 3
11. 11 3 0 0 1
A. A. C.
Runs 0 10 0 0 10 2 04
n. II 0 10 0 000304
Two-baso hits. Walker, Kahaawlnul,
Paaluhl, Makanuf 2: Mhreo-baso hits;
Hopll; homo run, Kcaloha; baso on
balss, oft Kcaloha 1, offJModclros 1:
struck nut, by Kcaloha fi, by Mcdclros
5; Duller, 4; hit by pitcher, Kupa and
Medclros; rasscd balls, 'Kama 1, Ma
kanul, It sacrlflco hits. Smith and
Orncllas; tlmo, 1 hour 40 minutes;
umpire, Olmos; scorer, W. Tin Chong.
Kualll. rf. ..
floss, 3b. ,.,
J. Florcs, p. ,
Lunlng, c. ..
JAPANESE A. C.
oj learn the outcome of tho Attcll-Mo-
i -! fltvl.t find wnd Hftbliwl Avpttmllnif.
ly over tho fact that Hilly Papkc had
knocked out Kctchel. All ancient
history, of course, but news yestor-
day on tho Korea.
Woods received somo letters here
jestcrdny, among them somo from
Mlko Klshcr, In which tho veteran
manager states that ho is swamped
with applications to make this trip.
Tv Cobb Is to bo along with tho
bunch all rlrht'snya Jess, and will
make the trip also his honeymoon.
He was married somo months ago.
Woods has arranged a schedule as
Leave San Francisco on S, S. China
Nov. 3; reach Yokohama Nov. 20rand
games to be plaed as follows:
Yokohama Cricket and Athletic
Club at Yokohama, Nov. 21.
Kelo basoball team at Toklo, Nov.
Pickard, lb G
Stecro, If 4
Mlchl, ss 4
Notlcy. 2b 4
Totals 39 9 11 4 27 10
ABRI3HSD O A
.4 (l I) 0 0 2
Ng Sing. rf. .
A. Akana, 2b.
F. Akana, 3b.
Waklta, K. ..
Ho Yup, p, ..
27 13 4
Totals 32 G 3 3
JAPANESE A. C.
Runs 2 0302002 09
B. II 2 2 0 3 10 12 011
Jluns 2 0000000 24
II. II. ......... iUUUUUU 4 U O 1
Two baso hits. Kuulll 2, FlorcH, Ml
chl, Pickard; threo-baso hit, Town
Hcnd, Ilaso on balls, off Florcs 0, off
Yup 3: struck out, by Florcs 9; by Yup
1; wild pitch, Yup 1; hit by pitcher,
Lunlng. Sing; sacrlflco hits, Town
send, Lunlng; double plays, Kualll to
Notloy; tlmo. of game, 1 hour 60 min
utes; umpire, Olmos; scorer, W. Tin
Chong. h tt 8
8 Jess Woods Is confident that 8
U with the Reach All-Americans 8
tt under his wing ho can get tho 8
8 crowds out to tho Hall Park 8
8 reminiscent of tho days of old 8
8 when ho Introduced hero the tt
8 first team of professionals over 8
8 seen In tho Islands. Jess says 8
8 that It will bo- tho panacea for
8 present baseball Ills, as a rcu
8 toratlon of really good baseball
8 bore, played by somo of tho
8 most noted men in the bdsoball
8 world, will bo a great thing tor
8 tho Honolulu Baseball Lcaguo
8 as woll, and for Its purse.
8 It Is at least certain that 8
8 Woods cleared up 83,000 on six 8
8 games hero last year, and that 8
tt ho can drum up tho crowds It 8
8 an) one can. 8
8 ' 8
8 8 8
Tho Young Bulletins yesterday
brat tho YoUng Castros In a game of
ball uluvcd at Atkinson Park, by a
Kelo baseball team at Toklo, Nov.
Y. C. & A. C. at Yokohama, Nov.
Wascda University at Toklo, Nov.
Wascda University at Toklo, Nov.
Picked Team of Japan at Toklo,
Picked Team of Japan at WaBCda,
Picked Team of Japan at Kelo,
Cricket match at Yokohama, dato
Kioto team at Kioto, Dec. 4.
Kobo team at Kobe, Dec. G and 6.
Sail from Japan on Nippon Maru,
Dec. 8; arrlvo Shanghai Dec. ,11;
play at Shanghai, Dec. 12 and 13.
Sail from Shanghai, Dec. 1G. play
at Hongkong, Dec. 19. Cricket at
Hongkong, Dec. 21.
Sail for Manila Dec. 22. Open so
rles ot games at Manila Christmas
Dayr and play thereafter on Dec. 26,
27, 28, 29, si, Jan. l, 2, and 3.
Leave Manila Jab. G; arrlvo Hono
lulu Jan. 29, and expect to play hero
a scries of Ave or six games against
a picked team.
H K M
The Odhus, formerly tho Young
Bulletins, lost to tho Starlights at
Kaplolant Park yesterday by a score
ot 2 to 1, In a gamo which was the
leault of a challenge, from tho Oahus
to the winners, Tho gamo was lost by
an error In tho outfield In tho ninth
when tho left fielder let a fly ball
through. This Is tho second game
which theso teams havo played, tho
Oahus winning tho former by a scoro
of S to 1.
8 8 8
WHITE AGAIN WINNER ;
c Austin Whlto yesterday wotr thp
final round or tho play for the Manoa
Cup, with a total store of 162, as
against 167 for Gill and 173 for Arm
strong, tho men who finished next
Tho crowd which turned out was
slim, owing to tho Intemperato hours
kept by tho Republican Convention
the evening before
M 8 M
TRAVERS O0LF CHAMP
GARDEN CITY, N. Y., Sept. 19.
Travers has rctalnod the golt cbam
New Business is Good Business
field of trai
The WEEKLY BULLETIN
has a Circulation of .'OOO
copies, of which 1300 co to
Hawaii, 500 to Maui, 400 to
WW The WEEKLY BUL
LETIN is the ONLY newspa
per in Hundreds of Island
NEW YEAR AT HIL0
H1LO, Hawaii, Sept. 17. There Is
La prospect of somo sport hero at Hoo-
fuFiTPark on New Year's Day. Ne-
ftfotlatlons have been under way with
Honolulu Norso owners and Louis
Warren sends word that ho will ship
his two horses here provided that tho
distance for a SHOO, purse, with $2G0
added fo'r each entry, bo 1 1-4 miles
dash. Otherwise,, ho Is not Inclined
to ship, as ho fcclsithat ho docs not
stand a show at a.Bhortcr distance
He Is willing, however, to take a
chanco at 1 1-4 miles. Other free-for-all
races can probably bo arranged
bo as to give the visitors a chanco In
case they lotfe the big event, which,
It Is desired by tho Honolulu men,
should come off first.
If a hul can be formed tn tnko tho
matter In hand, as was dono with thn
Fourth of July races, thcro seems to
be no .reason why a day's sport
should not bo arranged. An Inter
esting event would bo a challenge
to the Wyoming champion, lkua Pur
dy, for a roping contest with somo
ot tho Hawaii mountain champions
that did not go' to. the cowboy con
test In tho Stutes. '.
FIRST TIE 8AWED
Additional Sports on Page 10
Hllo. Sent. 17. Within less than
twenty-four hours ot tho dumping ot
tho first rock for the Hllo Breakwa
ter, tho wheels of thn big Ohla tlo
mill In Puna, crcctod by tho Hawai
ian Mahogany and Lumber Company,
began to revolve, Tho first trial was
mado on Sunday, only a short ono but
enough to make Manager Harris, of
the company, feel that somo reward
had como at last to tho months ot
weary waiting, trials and tribula
tions. On Monday morning In tho pres
ence of Manager Harris and Superin
tendent Sam Johnson and Ollle Ship-
man Jr., tho mill Superintendent, Mr,
Hajner, started all tho machinery
going and tho party had tho extreme
pleasure ot watching tho wheels go
round. They kept -on going round
all day without a hitch, except when
stopped to tighten up a bolt hero and
thcro, or adjust somo little parts Hint
needed It. It was n sound, solid and
comfortable sleep that tho head men
ot tho company had on Monday night.
wight and early on Tuesday morn
ing tho big mill woh again running
In splendid order and was kept run
ning till noon tlmo when tho now
machinery had boon sufficiently worn
down and wns running as smoothly
as possible. After lunch, tho Jlrst
big log waa put Into tho feeder nnd a
test mado of thn mill's practical
working. This was successful, and
tho first Ohla, tics were turned out to
fill the big contract with tho Santa
Brlg.-Gcn. James Allen, chief ot Iho
United States army signal corps, left
Now York on tho steamer St. Paul In
attend tho International oloctrlcol com
gross at Marseilles, Pranco, Sept II
BOTTLE MESSAGE AT KAPAA
LIIIUE, Kauai. Supt 19. When
C. B. Cray caino to the surfucc after
a dip In tho brlt y Pacific luBt Friday
ho bumped his head against Mime
thing harder than tho soft Hawaiian
air. He grabbed bold of tho obstruc
tion nml found It tn lio n bottle. At
first ho thought that ho had stumbled
on a stray specimen of his own stock
but nearer Inspection showed tho
contents to bo entirely unfamiliar.
Well ashore agnln, ho pulled tho cork
In order to examine tho interior, but
could discover nothing hut a plcco
of paper. Unrolling tho latter, ho .
wns pleased to Unci that n friend hn
had never been introduced to had
bent him thn following message:
"From Ocorgo Ponsonby, Chief
Steward of thn American ship Kenll
worth, from Newport for Sail Fran
cisco, 99 dnH out. March 10, 1908."
Thorn wns nothing to Indicate tho
l.itltudo or longitude whero tho bot
tle had been emptied and thrown
oyorbo.ird, but heelng that the Islands
nro n few hundred miles out of tho
road leading from Newport to Frisco,
It Is no uondcr it took six months
and n day (o retch Kauua.
Tho Ilov. Francla Tiffany, preacher.
author nnd traveler, dlnd nl his homo
in Cambridge, Mass. He aa born In
Maryland In 1827.
Mrs. U. C. McAllister has Just re
turned to Now York after a tour of
Europe, with ono suitcase nu her only
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