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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 25, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., Fill DAY, SEPT. 25, 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. u ) to $80. We have chain and chad
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle w still the popular mount for all who
have to get about daily and have to cover much ground
and wish to do it quickly and at little expense. ALL
KINDS of BICYCLE SUNDRIES and PARTS CARRIED IN
STOCK, and a Well-Equipped Shop Ready to Do All Kinds
of Repair Work.
E. 0, HULL & SON, LTD-
Yee Chan & Co.'s
Come to us and save move
King and Bethel
iQYAL ANNEX CAFE
kAL. THURLOW Proprietor; lata Chief Steward of the
( S.s. Alameda.
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Nothing can Quit: come up to HEINZ GOODS.
Heinz Baked Red Kidney Beans
Ask your Grocer for thT.i.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
During Dr. Pottie's absence
from the Territory
Bulletins and Giants,
To Playjrt Ball Park
PRELIMINARY TO PALAMA-M00HEAU GAME
Shifted Ballast Im
A Brent stride has been made re
ccntly In tents with the racing yacht
A new departure In the field of den the hearts of. tho players, and
local baseball will be Introduced Sun- not make the game any Blower for
day afternoon at Dascbull I'urk, when tho public.
the oung UullctlnB and the Giants, Tomoriow, two baseball events are
two teams of newsboys, will piny on, also, a game between the I'uns
ball fur the preliminary contest, and tho Moohcaus In the afternoon,
This Is to be followed by n game und n dance nt tho Seaside In tho
quite as unique In Its way, a con- evening, with Kanl's orchestra In at
test between tho I'alnmas of the Klv- tendance,
cisldo League and tho Moohcaus of The Puns arc somewhat shy for
the lllto League. men Just nt this minute. Dili De-
Tho nnwsle teams havo been or- shn, who played n part of tho season itnwnll which m failed to annex
ganlzed for some time, nnd have with this team, Is now ono of 'thc'any il0nora i the recent Trnns-Pa-been
playing good baseball nt Atkln- mnlnstnys or the Moohcaus, nnd ono cflc Yaclit Hace. She has been tak
son Park. There nro n number nt(nnd another of tho Puns Is on tho cn out gevcra ti'meB, nmi it has been
these teams, of which none has been off list. Hut they always have a good f0umj that great results can et ho
more uniformly successful than tho lcscrve of men. a better reserve, pro- accomplished In shifting tho ballast
llullctlns, which team Is composed of bably, than nuy other local team, ( tne bilges.
Iliilletlti boa. 'and will bo out In force to do tho Thcro nns' bccn tnlk ot nHcrnB
The scores of the games which the honors tomoriow. In fact, the clr- lcr Ba patli wnch Is Bultcd rather
teams have played piove -that they cumstnnce that tho Puns must i0 tj,e 8tormy North Atlantic than to
furnish really good contests, nnd It Is change their line somewhat probably the. steady trades of the Pacific. Uut
ptobahlo thht the baseball public will only make the better contest, lnj wjjj not t,e jonei ns it would re
wlll be more than sui prised on noxt as the Moohcaus will stand a Inrgcr qUrc 2,G00. and It Is thought that
Sunday to sco what these llttlo fcl- show of doing things to tho locals, ,no ganig rcsuIta can he accomplished
lows can do In tho way of baseball and the fans will havo n better ,y shifting the ballast onto tho bll-
It Is more than likely that some ot chance of seeing close nnd exciting gCg jt found that this plan much
tho bigger fellows will bo a bit baseball. Ilncrenscs her speed. She lies ovr
ashamed. I Tho Punnhnui will line up as fol- Vettcr nnJ her behavior is highly
i no iiiiuciins were ycsieruay . '), "" ,,""uu", a-iiiarnfim-v
meeting of tho yacht club will
held next week, when a number
The gniue Is to commenco at 3:30 .of plans will be discussed for ono
measured for suits,, nnd If tho tailor t McCnrrlston. lb.; Uoogs 2b.; Hon-i
live, up to his ngiecment. they will ftV cJXrf.''' ""'""'bo 1
npiiear Sunday In brnnd new uul
forms thioughout, which will glad- p. m
Plan Grand Opening
For Alexander Field
An Alexander Day, combining lit- Ing evens! nnd tho weight throws
crnry iiiidnthletlc featuics, will mark can bo conveniently held. Further,
tho grand opening of the Alexander the field Is picturesquely located, and
athletic field at Oahu College, on is very , convenient, ns well, to the
Thursday, October 1st. gymnasium on the school campus.
Two big stone gate-posts nro be- Tho Students' Committee In charge
Ing erected on the field, which Is of tho bfg opening day, Is composed
otbeiwUe complete, and In ono of of Will Lldgatc, Dexter Fraser, and
these the tablet of dedication will be George"" Wtllfong. Charles Lyman,
burled, (o bo unveiled In tho manner captain of the football team, will at-
of a statue on the momentous occa- tend to tho gnmo between two Col
ston, lege tennis. Will. Desha, captain of
The field will be presented to tho tho track squad, will seo to tho run
college In u speech by Wallace M. nlng events, nnd Lowrcy, the base
Alexander, nnd will bo formally ac- ball captain, will look after the
ccptvd bv Dr. W. D. Alexander.
After the speeches, football, run- tho alumni, tho other end of which
thing and another, but at which tho
most Important business will prob
ably bo the ordering of several small
boats of the sea wren type.
Tho Luso League, a Portuguese
organisation, will start a series of
baseball games next Sunday at Ka
plolant Park. Tho League Is com
posed of threo teams, the Lusltana
A. C, the San Antonio A. C, und tho
Putrla A. C.
Candy Boy and Sure Shot are
matched to race one-half mile at
Kaplolanl Park tomorrow afternoon.
Mil m SPOUTS
TWO SPECIALS IN
FIRST Made of nto quality Nainsook with 6-lnch em
broidery flounce, 6 hem-stitched tucka, and wide in
sertion, at $1.25.
SECOND Of Better Nainsook, wide linon flounce with
9 rows of Val. insertion with edge to match, dust ruf
' fie, with lace edge, at $2.00.
IV THESE ARE BOTH WONDERFUL VALUES and
THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED.
Whitney 4 Marsh
A large number of strong young mules will be received
Friday by the Lurline.
These mules are the finest that have ever been shipped
into this Territory, and were all personally selected by Mr.
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
MERCHANT ST., BETWEEN FORT and ALAKEA.
nlng, and baseball on tho new field, will bo hnndlod by Alfred Castle.
Melville Long ot San Francisco de
feated Wallace F. Johnson of Phila
delphia In tho finals of the Pacific
Const singles tennis tournament and
school end of a baseball game wlthjwlll challenge Champion McLough-
o christen It and set It nsldo for all
time to such pursuits, will ho In
dulged In, by students of the college
nnd the alumni alone.
Fiom an athletic standpoint, tho
event U looked on as one ot tho most
notable In the history ot this city. It
will open for use. tho finest field of
Its sort west of San Francisco, and
one quite as fine ns those at Golden
Onto Park and In Oakland, of which
tho California press has boasted.
Tliu fiold combines facilities for all
horts of Bport. A running truck of
tlndcra, mado after tho most modern
methods, four laps to tho mile, en
closes a wldo field, In which nro a
baseball diamond and a football
field, and In which sockor, the jump-
Tho program of the day will be
1 Unveiling of tho tublot.
2 Presentation of the field,
3 Acceptance ot the field, for the
College, by Dr. W. D. Alex
ander. I Statement In regard to the
plan and construction ot the
fiold, by Arthur Alexander.
fi Football game between two
0 Track event, H0-, 220-, and
7 Ilaseball game. Alumni vs.
McFarland wired from Chicago for
a match with Nelson on Thanksgiv
ing Dav. Chamulon Is wanted for a
through the 0.ihu College cor- slx-round mill with Pnckey in Phlla
porntlon, by Walluco M. Alex- dolphin next month.
8 8 8
The Century Athletic Club decided
to hold a Marathon race Thanksgiv
ing Day over a picturesque course
starting at Frultvale and finishing
Turfman Mlllln has n promising
band of yearling thoroughbreds, the
cot of Cunard. of which he expects
Oahu Col- great things during tho winter lac
St 8 8
Los Angeles Ilacing Association dl
rectors ut a stormy meeting decidod
to ic-engngo last year's officials for
the winter race meeting at Arcadia
8 8 8
J. C. Rector, tho University of
(which shows ho has tho goods to de
Ho has had two decisions over
Jobnnln Fravno. knocked nut Tnrres.
(ho colored boxer, In ono round, got 'Virginia sprinter, who won honors
n ,ir,.u, with Tnirhtinv tv-ir livinn.i ,ln the Olympiad, recently lost his
who b chtcd Edd e Hanlon'a rcsur-,"'' imiwuura v."iu.
8 8 8
Peter Quince, tho horse purchased
ARE ON SALE AT
Benson,. Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd., and
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189'
Weber Matched To Box
Reilly Instead Of
Another chnngo has been made In
tho cnid of the Central Athletic Club
and this time It la Weber, a recent
arrival fiom tho .Coast who came In
on the Ciook, who will go up against
Charlie Kellly nt tho Orphcum on
October 3d. Tho match was at 111 it
mado Kellly vs. Young Nelson, but
this fell Ihiough on a wolght stipu
lation. Then Jack McFadden wns
advertised ns tho man to meet Kell
ly, and tills fell through yesterday
iii-i-uuau uutii niuiira mum lur mo ,,, ,,, ,., i, ...in , I vt"ij .u..." u.iu n.
scivlcos than Fred. Smith choio to .,.., , ' n.1.1.. ' i "Igncd articles for a finish fight
Weber Is n classy boy. who
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
lection from tho ranks of tho dead
nnm nml tin hunt .Tnn Hnrrnll
I All this shows that ho Is something recently by S. O., Hlldreth. ot the
'-. ....... lnnnn onln nnnotfart tl.n ftllva,. linn.
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dlcap at aravesend.
United States and Oreat Urltaln
break, oven In the flfst two matches
of the International lawn tennis con
8 8 8
Palo Alto High School gave Stan
ford freshmen a 'hard battle at Hug-
by, tho collegians winning, 8 to 3.
8 8 8
Tommy I)urns und Jack Johnson
for tho fansand nlso ls,,a,t0 "1,,ce ,n '" """"f-
Tho city of Oakland will establish
ono of the finest athletic" fields in tho
country for the uso of amateurs.
8 8 8
Ttoscben, onco the groatest sprinter
of a boxer, and that ho Is in n pool
tlon torsive Reilly a hard rub.
1 COM TO REFEREE
Ily special request, Joe Cohen will
act ob lofureo for the Webcr-Hellly
bout which is o be held at the Or
phcum on October 3d, and Chalmers
tnl.'on no nn I tid lrn t Inn nf Itief linur
been In with some of tho very best lntoreB,C(, Joo ,g Bettlng , tho Bamo
mull nil mo uuuni, uuiuw inu ll'Ul
champion class, und has a record
Ho Is getting there with bells on. '
8 8 8
Joe Leahy, ono of the best of tho
lion !. n tn tri linl'a on Ilia .Pn not rt
the lightweight division, will aulve u America, the other day broke down
beie on tho next AJumcda, duo Octo
tt 8 8
Tho Engineers will play the Fash
ions Sunday nt Kaplolanl Pailc.
In a raco at Sheepshead.
8 8 8
Georgetown defeated Onondago In
the second sorles of tho Orand Na
tional coursing stake.
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A shipment of tip to date
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