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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATOUDAY, SErT. 20, 190S.
Another shipment of the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. Wc can furnish you a wheel
nnj where from $25. ui to S80. Wc have chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle is still the popular mount for all who
have to Ret about daily and have to cover much ground
and wish to do it quickly and nt little expense. All.
KlllDS of BICYCLE SUNDRIES nnd FARTS CARRIED IN
STOCK, nnd n Well-Equipped Shop Ready to Do All Kinds
of Repair Work.
E. 0, HULL
Come to us and
King and Bethel
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I Br ill ill II Br lll
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aAI. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the'
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
anil 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 then.
H. tokfeld & Co., Ltd.,
Tins i considered the best all-around Remedy on the market- for
Rheumatism, Lumabo, Weak Loins, Sore Throat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
end Tendon Lameness.
No Stable Should Be Without It. BENSON, SMITH & 00. and
HOLLISTER keep it.
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
& SON, LTD-
Mooheaus Play Last
Ttiln afternoon, tlio Moohi-inni nml
"lio I'uiiulioiis try coticIiipIoiih nt tlio
ball park, tlio saino rmmreiicliiK at
3-30 o'clock. Tomorrow, 'ho Muohcnus
nml tlio ralnman, (lip latter winners
or tlio clininplonslilp of the first be
lles of the Klvcmlde League, will
play with n newsboy gnmo for n pic
lliiilnary. Thrto am the games
which ninrk the actual close of bin-c-liall
activity for the time at llaschnll
Tin- Puns have a l.anl proposition
.his nfti'inoon In Wlll'mns. tlio twlrlcr
'vlio will lie nn the n uiiiiil for tho
Hllolles. They will, honcver, have a
Mmni; tram tn stack tin n-jiliist Wil
liams ami his support. Tho f.ins who
I avr seen the Mnohenus p'av nro In
clined to think that tin; Tuns have
their work cut out for thorn Milu after
toon, anil so linvu the MooI-.o.'iuh.
This evening, a clnnio will he given
for the benefit if tlio J.coheai's nt tho
i'nlle. The .Mines an- r it making
'iinney. ami It lakes n'lmcl'ilng to pay
By the Hour or Trip .
G. C. BECKLIJY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNQ GABAGE.
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llio expenses of tlio I rip. Sn, Kaal's
orchestra has been Bcctircil fur tho oc
casion, ami tho dance will hv held for
'ho benefit of tho liascM! public.
The two games tomorrow nro of
unique Interest, The first will bo be
tween the Young Oleii's and tho
Young Ilullctlns, two i.owsboy aggre
gations. They recently played a 12
lanlng gamo nt Atkinson t'nrl:, nnd can
put nut an article of the natlonnl game
that Is a surprise to the older fans.
Tho second struggle will L"j a meeting
between tho llllo lcagut nnd tho Itlv--rslders,
a contest which will attract a
good many backers of the men from
uitanit stream. The nWIMIes of the
Mooheaus against a team cf tho "big"
l'ngtio nre being tried today; their
chances with tho Hlvcri'-'e 1 caguo nro
to bo tried out tomorroiv.
Joo Cohen states popJMvcly that ho
will not icfereo tho Rellly-Weber bout
to be lichl nt the Orphcum en the 3rd,
,il il Is Indignant that mic'i a report
Una been started, lie Is lor huciestcd
In tho show In any way.
n a a
Labor Day at Kalao, Moloknl. wns
celebrated by tho playing of two base
Will games nt Kualapiiu. The match
wns between the Itancli boys nnd tho
MiKoas from tho settlement. Tho
ranch boys won both games. Scores
12-2 and 13-7.
ay BULLETIN ADS PAY
I B IfWfllll i3K$3
one fass mm
It seems that Jack MrKnt'dcn did
not quit tho' proposlllor off. hout with
Rellly on tho strength of a. financial
disagreement. Differences seem to
havo been of a general nature. Tho
statement that Mac made peremptory
demands seems Ill-founded,
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John Woo, one of the best socker
players ever grown In Hawaii and a
one-time prominent member of the
Chinese A. 'C. of Honolulu, has Juit
been heard from In St. Louis. He Is
attending tho medical college of tho
University of Missouri.
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Of course It Is tin to tho fans to
patronize the baseball games this af'
tornoon and tomorrow and tho
dance nt tho Seaside this evening.
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Tho first I'lercc-Arrow car seen In
the Islands was received by and un
loaded from the Lurllne yesterday.
Tho car Is for F. K. Howard.
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The Chinese A. C. will clash with
tho Nlpponcso nnd the Anlas will
cross bats with the Alohas at Aala
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A dozen University of Washington
bascbnllcrs are "doing" Japan this
summer, playing with Kclo and Wa
Sure Shot nnd Candy Hoy will race
n hnlfnlle at Knplolanl I'ark Satur
Sea Olrt, N. J., Sept. 10. A new
world's record wao made In the rovol-
cr team match at tho national tour
nament here today, when the Manhat
tan niflo and Itcvolvcr Association won
the match with a score of 1052. Tho
United States Marino Corps team No.
1 won the Gould mpld-flro team match
with a score of 639. Thu Sevcntv-flrit
Iteglmcnt rapld-flro and skirmish
match was also won by tlio Marine
Corps, with u score of C03.
The Indianapolis baseball team
won tlio American association pen
FOR NEWSY TEAMS
A. K. Vlerra Plans For
Games of Minature
A baseball Icagno for the newsboy
beams which have been playing
crack games lately, nt Atkinson Park
Is a project of A. K. Vlerra, which
Is finding Instant favor with the
baseball fraternity. The little fel
lows havo four fast teams, which, ac
cording o this proposition, will bo
welded Into a league, the most "mi
nor" of all tho numerous "minor"
leagues of this city In point of ago
of the players, at least.
The appearance of tho Young llul
Ictlns nnd the Young Giants nt Ilasc
ball Park tomorrow. Is a signal for
increased Interest in this matter.
Tho little fellows put up a game
which speaks well for the prospects
of baseball In future years In Hono
lulu. Recently tho few chance spec
tators at Atkinson Park saw theso
tcania tn a 12-lnnlng contest, In
which thn final score was only C to
5. That sounds like business.
Four of these teams are now In
Active, healthy existence, without
any bond other than the necessity
for getting games with each other.
They are tho Rulletlns, tho Young
Giants, the Young Portuguese, nnd
tho Sunrise A. C.
All of tho teams arc composed al
most entirely of Portuguese boys,
though a few native names and thoso
of other races appear In the' list of
Mr. Vlerra, who Is one of the
stanchest fans In the city, will prob
ably soon havo these four launched
on' the schedule of a very lusty nnd
healthy young league.
TEIIIIIS EjtmES OPEN
All tennis players residing In the
Territory are Invited to enter for tho
championship matches which are to
begin October 17. The entry book is
open in tho sporting goods depart
ment of K. O. Hall & Son. Ltd.
For 8al" card at Bulletin.
A pair of shoei that wean
long and keep itm' ihk'pe
A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoe for ladita was re
ceived per last B. S. Ala
meda. L AYAUSH0E CO.,
10M HTTtTAOT ST. RBAS KINO ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Iatprored and Modern BU0AB.MA
CEDlBST of every eafaettr aid de
tcriptlo ade t order, loflerwork
and BITTTED TUBS for irriraMoa
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid JOB WOSK, and re
pairs executed at shortest letiee.
BOOT and SHOE HANUFACTUBER
By tho Latest Improved Machines.
Hem's Boies, 70 cenu (.tewed);
Men's Heels, 25 seats.
Repairing Neatly Done.
248 NORTH JONG ST.
185 editorial rooms 256 bu'
naas office. These are the nw tel
ephone numbers of th Bullttln offlee.
At Our Store
We are offering some extraordin
ary values in , ..
L. B. Kerr
PEIIUII MCE CLOSE
II Mill 1EJ
ti New' York, Sept. 25. Tho raco tt
tt for tho ponnnnt in tho National ti
it Uascball Loaguo Is getting closer it
ti as tho season draws to Its cioso. it
it Tho standing of tho lenMus is it
J now, Now York, .b29; Chicago, ti
it .C28. II looks good for tho H.
It chances of tho last year's cham- tt
it pious. A fow moro gamtn wilt tt
it mark tho closo of ono of tho ti
it greatest baseball rag races over it
tt known In tho hUtory of tho game, ti
lilt BASEBALL EMS
Tho Htlo cranks havo written Mlko
Fisher about bringing Reach's All
American stars there this winter. Last
winter Mlko played two games at Hllo,
which Is at the foot of tho famous vol
cano, nnd tho cntlro whlto population
attended tho games. After tho first
gamo tho players visited Kilauca,
which was belching lava and smoke.
Tho sights were wonderful nnd tho
players who wero with Fisher last
year and who will go with him this
j ear will urgo lilm to Includo Hllo In
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Owen Mornn anl,El(llo llanlon are
matched to meet on tho last night of
the present month. .v
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Abe Attcll has put himself under
the management of Hilly Dclnncy
nnd seeks a match.
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Spanish Queen won tho Kniplru
State stake of $10.00 for 2:14 trot
ters at Syracuse.
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Rattling Nelson will go on tho
stage, whllo Joe flans plans to return
Margaret O took the Chamber of
Commerce stako for 2:09 trotters at
K X M
Thirty horses will carry tho colors
of A. R. Spreckcls at tho Emeryville
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Green Seal lowered a world's rec
ord on closing day of Scattlo raco
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San Francisco huntsmen rrnnrt
rare sport In Snow Lake district otjL
And kept, in repair by men who
know tkeir business. Ho amateurs
do the work' in our Osrsje.
Von ilamm - Yound
Our Sodas 30c per doz.
F0UHTAIX SODA WORKS,
At All Watohdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. PORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King A Alakea. Phone 411.
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