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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H..WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1908.
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Another shipment of the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. We can furnish you a wheel
anywhere from $25. uu to $80. We have chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle is still the popular mount for all who
have to get about daily and have to cover much ground
nnd wish to do it quickly and at little expense. ALL
KINDS of BICYCLE SUNDRIES and PARTS CARRIED IN
STOCK, and n Well-Equipped Shop Ready to Do All Kinds
of Repair Work.
E, 0, HULL ft SON, LTD
10 to 25 1 Discount
Yee Chan & Co.'s
King and Bethel
I Looal aad National I
Large Squads Turn Out
For Practice At
Greatest Pennant Race
In History On In
and School Supplies
iOYAL ANNEX CAFE
kAL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Weloome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
Laundry Silk Soap Brown
Crystal White Soap
Save wear on clot'ics because they wash easily.
ASK YOUR OROCER FOR IT.
Tlie withdrawn! of Knmclinmcha
School f loin tlie football buslncta
tliln seat-on seemed likely to nut an
cm) to the old coltcElato came In
tills nlacn for one season nt least, as
the Ktima liavo always been strong
rootballerH ami n tilllar of strength
to the game. Hut the others are ko
Iiir alirail, ami I'unuliou and the
lllgli School will probably have
MrmiK teams In the field just tho
At the lllsli School, In particular,
.tbout two dozen aspirants are out
nightly In their milts, kicking tho
ball ni omul and catching It. l'rnc
ttho Is held nt Maklkl field, and tho
loaches arc kept busy keeping tho
men from overworking, and acquir
ing bore imtxclcs and tendons nt the
This largo hunch of hopefuls Is
swelled by the addition of somo hus
They will bo kept nn the kicking
innctlro for about a week, when they
will combine with it come falling on
the ball, tackling, nnd light signal
work. Then it Is that tho weeding
out process must begin, and the men
must bo worked out for their places
on the squad In earnest.
Sucker will be played again this
reason, but rugby, thn gumo which
has supplanted the old-style play In
the California uulrctsltlcs, has no
foothold hero yet.
MIKE FOB MH6
Tho last appearance of the Moo-
hesvus here will be on next Sunday,
when they will play tho Palamas,
winner of the llrst scries of tho Itlv-
vi side League, at Daseuall Park. On
Satuiday afternoon the Moohcaus
will go up against the Punalious, nnd
on Saturday evening they will bo en
tertained at i dance nt the Seaside
Hotel, which Is to bo for their ben
cflt, ns the crowds likely to bo at tho
games will hardly pay the expenses
of the trip down here.
Pilscillnn gave away weight to all
competitors and won tho Occidental
handicap at (iravesend In a gallop.
it tt n
The Kel won tho Nutmeg 2:07
imrba nt Charter Oak Park, capturing
the laco In thlee straight heats.
r. n s.
Minor Heir pared a mllo In 2:01 H
against strong breeze. In futile, effort
to lower his record of 1 : 5 9 V4 -
Twenty-two motorcyiilsts recently
went from Oakland on an endurance
run lo Fresno and return.
N.i t tic llumppo was herded by
Jockeys at Tho Meadows and an In
vestigation may bo made.
Thomas II. Williams' Dig Chief de
feated Kalr Play for tho September
stake at Sheepshcad Hay.
Ono of the greatest races In tho
. history of baseball Is on In tho Na
tional nnd American Leagues this
season. The last of it wilt be seen
about the first of next month, when a
Jrcnl battle royal will be closed.
On tho date of tho Inst flics receiv
ed tho teams stood ns nearly even ns
possible. In tho National League
'.each of the three leaders, New York,
Chicago, and Pittsburg, had won 7I
games, and In tho American League
each of the three leaders, Detroit,
Chicago, nnd St. Louis, had won 70
games. The differences enmo in the1
other .wny In games lost. Now
York had lost -IK, Chicago 48, nnd
Pittsburg 49. In tho American
League, Deliolt had lost 51, Chicago
i2, nnd St. Imls G3.
Tho big nccW-anil-neck rnro Is Just
about over now. Nothing llko it has
been seen for years, nnd probably
nothing more exciting has ever been
seen In nil tho history of athletics.
Tho strength of Chicago Is again
demonstrated this season, since It
holds the second placo In both
URGE CROWD UN
We are Headquarter. - Just re
ceded all grades of School Books,
Tablets for Ink and Pencil, Exercise
Books, Drawing Books, Ink In all
sites, Drawing Paper, Drawing In
struments, and Everything in Sohool
Sipplies. Remember yoar Money-
Savers. All Books at List Pnce,
Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd.
Supplies For All The Above Carried
HAWAIIAN OBFME SPECIALTY.
931 F9BT STBBET.
Purine; Dr. Pottie's absence
from the Tcnitory
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Wonderful Motion Pictures brinR
incr to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two chanses each week.
Monday and Thursday
THE GREAT ALAPAI
Good music and illustrated songs.
Admission 10c, Children 5c.
Seats in boxes, 25c,.
... T.g- . WJ-- - TT 1 --T
ARE ON SALE AT
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd., and
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
Order A Case Today.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Tho transport Crook got In last
evening 'from 8an Francisco, en route
to Mnnllii via Guam, nftcr n nlcasant
liassngo from San Francisco. Sho is
expected to get away at 5 o'clock this
afternoon. On board arc a unmoor
of casuals for tho navy, who woro kept
on board last evening by n warrant
officer, who thought that 200 men
would flood a "Bmall town" If they
woro turned loose.
Tho Crook brought four cabin pas
sengers for this port and 13 enlisted
men for frort Shatter.
Tho piisscngcrs going through arc:
Thos. ."Andrews, Q. M. Clerk; Mrs.
Thos. U."' Andrews, Mrs. T. Q. Ash
burn nnd'chlld; Mrs. C. I). Ilabson and
2 children, wife Chief Gunner, U. S.
N.; James A. Dull, Pasted Asst. P. M.,
U. S. N.: M. Paul A. Capron. U. S. M.
C; Mrs Paul A. Capron, Miss II A.
Chester, sister, Mrs. Capron; Mrs. M.
Cromer, lamlly cierK Phil, uov i.;
Miss Celesto Cromer, family Clerk
Phil. Oov't.: Geo. V. Gilbert. Chief
Cloik II. of A; Mrs. O. W. Gilbert,
Alex. Grclg, Lond'n Shipwright, V. S.
N.; Mrs. A. Grclg and child, Dr. U E.
ailffln. Prof. Ulol.; Mrs. I,. E. Griffin
nnd .1 children. G. A. Hclmlcks, Passed
Asst. P. M., U. S. N.: D. S. Hewitt,
employii of Int. Uov;.. Mrs. I). S. How.
lit, C I) Isakson, Chief Engr., N. A.
Service; Mnud'D. Kco, nurso, A. U.
Corps; I.. S. Laws, son of Quart'N
Machinist, V. 8. N.; O. I,. McKlnney,
1st I.t. Med. Corps; Mrs. O. I.. McKlu
noy, Mrs. .1. Mooro, family I.t. McKln
ney; Mrs. J. C. Mohan nnd 2 children.
family official P. O. Miss K. I.. Mc
Glnly, nleco Mrs. Mchan; Mrs. F. C.
Messenger, wlfo chief gunner, u. S.
N.; Dr. Lewis Morris, surgeon, U. S.
N.; Mrs. I.owls Morris, It. II. Neely,
I)lv. Supt. ScIioIb, Manila; Mrs. It. Ho.
Nroly and inrnnt, Mrs. T. u. Ncoiy.
mother H. II. Neclcy; Paula E. Nord-
hoff, nurso A. N. Corps; Mrs. H. II.
Palmer, wlfo P. M.. U. S. N.; John J.
Rochfort. Chlof Uoa'n, U. 8. N.; Mrs.
Walter II. Itodney and child, family
I.t. 1st Caw; Miss E. Slier, companion
tci Mrs. Rodney; Itnbt. Rohango, Chief
Ilos'ii, U. S. N.; Mrs. Wuller H. Rod
ney und child, family I.t. 1st Cav.;
Miss E. Sllor, companion to Mrs. Rod
ney; Robl. Rohango, Chief lloa'n., U.
S. N ; Mrs. S. D. Rowlands, S. I). Row
hinds, Civ. Engr. Q. M. D.; I.. T. Rus
sell, Engr. Dept. at largo: James P.
Shnvlln, carpenter. U. S. N.; Mrs. Wil
liam Q. Smith, wlfo Chief Gunner, U.
S. N. Sydney D. Sugar, Foreman Ma
chinist, U. 8. N.; D. U. Wnlkor, Toleg.
Operator, Phil. Govt.; I.t. I,. W. T.
Waller Jr., U. 8. M. C; P. W. Wltto,
Chief Carpenter, U. S. N.; Mrs. W. H,
Wythe, slstor employo Insular Govt.,
nnd 79 enlisted men, U, S. Army, also
2 civilians, traveling stcorngo; 200 on
listed men for U. S. Nuvy for Cavlto.
PBATT JjD'NT GO
Land Commissioner 1'rutt did unL
accompany tho Governor nnd Mr. Now
ell on their trip around Oahu, which
started this morning, nnd it is doubt
ful If ho will loavo with them Friday
for Maul, on account of u press nt of.
flco work. However, hu will mcot
them on Hawaii and mako the tour of
Copies of the B n 1 1 e t i n ' s Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can'be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
When you cot
us to make
Oar $B6. nits
All the Joys
Come for a day
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
at the automaUltf, inffiei and car
riages wt have meanfly orernamea
THBK 8BE PS.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Stmt near Seuth
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery,
EAGLE DYEING: AND
Fort Street, Phone 575.
By Hour or Trip.
6..C. Beckley, Jr.
TWO SPECIALS IN
FIRST Made of nio: quality Nainsook with G-inch cm
broidery flounce, G hcra-stilchcd tucks, and wide in
sertion, at $1.25.
SECOND Of Better Nainsook, wide linon flounce with
0 rows of Val. inicrlion with cdrje to match, dust ruf
fle, with lace edgs, at $2.00.
CTST THESE ARE ROTH WONDERFUL VALUES and
THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED.
Whitney k Marsh
A larRe number of itnnic young mules will be received
Friday by the .Lurlinc.
These mules arc tts finest tlmt linyo ever been shipiwd
into this Territory, nnd were nil ucnorially selected by Mr.
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
MERCHANT ST., BETWEEN FORT and ALAKEA.
A pair of shoc3 that wears
long and l;c:ns its shape
A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S. Ala
meda. L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and EIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to J on wimx, anu re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Lntcst Improved Machines.
Mens soles, vj cents t,scwcu;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
249 NORTH KING ST.
185 editorial roomo 25G bud
oms offleo. Thece are the new tel
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
Von ilamm - Young
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. TORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
Our Sodas 30o per dos.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
lets omeo. Tiiece are mo ntw w ,...... .
phone numbfin or thr cuiiotin office. Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411
The Manhattan Cafe
Is The Host Popular,
FORT STREET just above HOTEL
R. WILLIAM WARHAM, Prop.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN, Proprietor.
The latest and larjeet assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merckant.
At Our Store
We are offering some extraordin
ary values in
J. A ClKS
JLJ jL J JLA J
Come and See Them
Xi. B. Kerr & Co.,' Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT ST6RE. ALAKEA ST.
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