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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. !1 TUESDAY, SEPT. 29, 190S.
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Another shipment of the famous
Columbia, and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST BEC2IVED. We con furnish ou a wheel
an) where from $25. u j to $80. We have chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicjele is sli'l 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 Woik.
E. 0, HALL & SON, LTD-
Yee Chan & Co.'s
Come to us and save money
10 to 25 I Discoun t
King and Bethel
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Nothing can Quit; come up to HEINZ GOODS.
Heinz Baked Red Kidney Beans
Oven Baked -
ASk your Q r o o e r for them.
It Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
OYAL ANMEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Ta3te.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
This is considered the best alloiound Remedy on the market for
Rheumatism, Lumabo, Weak Loins, Sore Throat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
and Tendon Lameness. t .
Ho Stable Should Be Without It. BENSON, SMITH & CO. and
HOLLISTER keep it.
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
$1 a Year
ffii, fJdmisaiisd atejto I
Moran and lianlon Box
At 133 Pounds On "
Promoter llpiRer lias secured an at
tractive mill for lila September ilnte,
tlie Until, In Owen Mnrun, tlio ltttlo
l.'rigllsliin.ui, anil Kildle lianlon, the
iopitl.ii lightweight. Freddie Welsh,
the other Ilriton who was slated to
light lianlon, got "chcst" and was
uniting too much of llcrgcr, ami the
lattei decided to Blde-track him for
Mourn a noon as ho ascertained that
Charlie, Harvey was willing to match
lila hoy against tho Native Son for
Moran ami lianlon should put up
a whirlwind scrap, as both aie slam
hang fighters of the c clonic tpc,
anil lianlon will have an opportu
nity to tllspla) his best form against
a inljcot 1 lice the Ilriton. Welsh la of
the Jabbing school and he would no
doubt have attempted to stay away
and win on points. Moran la just
the opposite and tnl.es keen delight
in slugging. KiMIe will have u big
advantage In the weights, as he held
out for 1.1,1 pounds at .1 o'clock, but
from those who Know Moran well It
Is learned that he piefera to fight nt
a hlghci notch than he did when ha
met Attcll. Doth men will bo at
their best and will enter the ring
strong. Ilerger states that he will
also stage two good preliminaries,
one lu-iound affair and it G-round go.
Mor.u'i la training at Shannon's,
where he conditioned himself for the
Attoll light, while Udtllo Million haH
taken up training qtiarteis at Croll's
BASESJ8 MS SLEEP
SCANTON. Pa Sept. 15. Hecnuso
he jumped tluough a mirror while
having a iiueblt dicam Eddie Short
en, formerly second IxiBeman of tho
Scuinton team, and now holding
down the same position with the Sra
ciiso Stars of the New York State
League. Is liable to be out of the
game for the remainder of the sea
son, Shorten was sleeping in a Sjracuso
hotel several nights ugo and ho had
a dream. He thought ho was run
ning the bases, and, with the score
u tie, his i un was needed to win the
game. He was on second and was
making till t U. when one of his team
mutes, who was coaching off third,
"Como on, Eddie, come on! Slide!"
Shot tell stood up In bed and made a
dive over the footboaul and through
the bureau mirror. The shock and
the breaking glass vveio effective. He
awoke just In time to keep fiom
bleeding to death.
LONDON, Eng, Sept. 15. As soft
as a pillow and as fat as a butcher,
George Hackcnschmidt, the wrestler,
Is dilftlng about England again, ai
ranglng for u series of exhibitions In
October. Despite his appearance,
Hack sajs he feels ns well as he ever
did, mid piofebses that the dearost
wish or his dealt Is another bout with
Kinnk Gotch, tho American, who
wiested the world's title from him
in Chicago. The Russian Lion says,
however, that he would not think of
wiestllng Ootth again In America or
with an American teferce. He la still
harping on how ho was dofeated by
Remembering tho reports from Alx
la Chapelle nt the time Hack was op
erated on, English "sports" are skep
tical of the big fellow and it Is
doubtful whether he could find any
one to hack him In another go with
Gotch. Hack's two paraljzed flngcia
nio nppa'rently In good working oi
dei and his knee, though not ns goo I
ns new, Is rapidly getting stronger
and loilng Its stiffness.
nor Ml meet
This evening a meeting of tho
acht club will be hold for the pui
poio of mousing Inteiest In tho sea
wren boats, and getting together
Mine owlets for cinft of this kind.
It Is expected that a good number
will be ut onco oidered, ns Interest l's
being shown In them by a very con
siderable contingent of local boats-men.
Weber, Working Hard, Probably I hreeStarters
Weber ,lhe boj who is to box fifteen
rounds with Charlie Itellly Saturday
niniilnf nt tin, nriihtnni. uu.-irreri four
fast rounds this morning with Iloqtiet,
I the big fellow, punched the bag, Bklp
ped the rope, and went through any
number of stunts out in me open air
gymnasium nt Camp Very, vvhero tho
ocean breezes blow In continually, and
a boxer trains under as ncarlj ideal
conditions as could be found.
Weber is a durable boy, nicely built,
and of the stocky order. He has soma
pounds of avoirdupois to take off yet,
but Is otherwise In the very best of
condition, Kor a man who Is confes
sedly not don n to weight et, he has
all sorts of wind, and Is full of ginger.
Though lloipiet Is much the longer and
larger man, Weber had the other well
winded at the end of four fast rounds,
and did n good deal of the leading for
Ho has a powerful neck and back
which will not go for nothing. In fact,
lie seems to ba the ideal man to stop
Jabbing tactics such as Rellly uses.
The boy uses a left lead for the body
that botheied lloipiet not a little,
though that Individual has been spar
ring with the foxy Rellly. That left
landed each time with a solid thump
that told, even In sparring, what the
power of the blow must be.
Weber bores In all the time. Unlit
not unlike thu famous Young Corhett,
he has that gentleman's way of put
ting his head down and coming up to
close quarters when nn thing starts
When the four rounds were over,
Weber remnrked to tho bjstaudcra In
n friendly, offhand way, that there aro
soino ounces of fat j et to bo taken off
before Satin day, but that ho has them
He Is n handy little fellow, nB will
ing ns calf be, and ono of the sort thnt
never stops, unless he Is stopped for
Ho seems the boy to give Rellly a
tussle for It.
Rellly la working nt the Orpheum,
shoving nrpimd the big sand bag. skip
ping ropo,' and otherwise keeping In
The Moohcau babeball team left
this noon on the Maunn Kea for IIIIo,
after two 'weeks of baseball in Hono
lulu, which served to demonstrate
that the men from Umbi el la-town uro
game sports, but are lnrdly up to tho
Ibtandnrd'ln tho national game which
Is attained among the best teams'
Two new features havo been added
to tho plans for dedication day at
Punahou College, when Alexander
Field will bo formal I j opened up for
use. Two girls' tennis will play
hockey, and some of tho alumni will
serve lemonade under the trees.
It looks as If tho Alohns will pro
test nnother game with tho Aalas.
Knllhls 14, Waianacs S, at baseball
tt 8 a
Del Coronudo, the big California
hoisc, was Urst in the 2:10 trot at
Hilly Papke refuses to fight either
tSam Langford, Hums, or any henvj-
m u m
James Rowe's Suffragette won tho
Willow handicap In a lomp at Grave-Bend.
tt u n
I iMoro than 90 runners started In
,tho Dlpsea race the other day at San
I U tt
I Mile. Atom, tiniest dog In tho
world, was sold recently for $40 un
tt tt 8
Arthur H. Shaw lowered tho 120
jard high hurdles record to 15 sec
onds. tt n a
Stanford's Rugby aspirants show
up well In practise play.
Out For Cooper
It la probable that the race for tho
Cooper Cup, sailed by small boats, to
be held nt Pearl Harbor next Sunday
morning, will be decided among two
or three contestants, no moro being
In sight at present. Entries close
Friday at noon, with II. P. Roth.
At least one of the four craft
which sailed last season for this cup
Is not expected to enter, as she is not
In tho best of condition for racing,
and Is considered as having "gone to
pieces" a good deal. This la tho Mr-
,tlc, which was among the 1907
The Defiance, Schncfer'a little clou-ble-centerboard
hummer, which won
the event hands down last season, Is
exjiectcd to be at the stnrtlng line
Sunday, and the Maggie, owned by
Lyle, Is also expected to sail, whllo
the Chip Is among the possibilities
for cup honors. These, with tho
Myrtle, which Is not expected to en
ter, made up last j car's bunch of
The race Is to start at 10 o'clock.
,The course over which It Is to he
sailed has been announced as follows:
'starting from the clubhouse, out the
, channel, and around the outer buoy,
and In again, rounding Ford Island,
keeping it to starboard, and finishing
at tho clubhouse again.
The race is one of tho fixtures of
,the jachtlng season. It is held by
the Hawaiian Yacht Club.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
OF CORONER'S JURY
Tho coronor'B jury in tho Kaaa caso
Inst evening c.uno to tho conclusion
I that tho deceased came to his death
tluough suicide, tho verdict setting
.foith this milling. After a number of
witnesses hud been examined it be-
'emtio clear that he had hail a fight
with Kamalilkane, with whom ho lived
In thu Mli.inda houso on Punchbowl,
and that ha had sot tiro to himself
after ho had knocked Kanialllkanu out
with a hammer.
Knmullklano testified that ho and
Kaaa hud often quart ellcd. and that
j Kaaa had assaulted him on tho night
.of the Die. Other witnesses testified
I to thu finding of tho decoase'd blazing
. f i om head to foot In an oiithouso, and
to tho discovery of tho fire In tho
1 houto whoro tho wounded Kamalllkano
CONVENTION VOTE OF
(Special to the Bulletin)
L1I1UE, Kauai, Sept. 20. Tho
Knual County Convention was very
peaceful and good nature prevailed.
There was Bomewhat of a contest for
Supervisor In the Walmea District,
but Francis Gay consented to run na
a compromise candidate and closed
the breach. The vote of the conven
Senator O. H. Fairchild 06, elect
ed; T. llrandt 9.
Representatives C. A. Rico 72,
elected: J. H. Coney 71, elected; Dr.
Geo. H. Huddy 5G, elected; W. J.
Sheldon 50, elected; J. K. Kula 10,
Joe Gardner 13, Joe Suaza 9.
Supervisors Walmea, F. Gay; Ko
loa. W. D. McBr)do; Llhuo. H. D.
Wlshard; Kawalhau, J. Oplo; liana
lei, Chas. Knhee.
Sheriff Wm. Henry Rico; no op
position. Attorney S. K, Kaeo; no opposi
tion. Treasurer A. H. HIco; no opposi
tion. Clerk J. M. Kuneakua; no oppo
sition. Auditor Geo. linker 39, elected;
O. Omstcd 3G.
Deputy Sheriffs W. O. Crowell;
Henry Illake; Wm. Ellis; S. W. Me-
heuln; J. K. Lota.
Tho Auto Livery will from this dato
reduce, nil automobile work 25 per
cent. One passenger lnsldo city lim
its, Puiinhou St., Wylllo St., or Kanio
haincha Schools, 60c. Calling or shop
ping, J3 00 per hour. Continuous driv
ing $5.00 per hour; $4 00 second: SI 00
for third. Around Island. HO 00,
Phono No. C. E. H. LEWIS,
Booker T. Washington, nt Lexington,
Ky denied a report that ho would
dump tho south for Taft.
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Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
THE GREAT AIAPAI
Good musio and illustrated songs.
Admission 10c. Children, 5c.
Seats in boxes, 25c,
SHELL LEIS o
o SEED LETS o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
5 C CIGAR. 5 0,
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Great Clearance Sale
Begins Thursday, Oct. 1st
$1.25 WAISTS REDUCED TO 65o
$1.50 WAISTS REDUCED TO 85o
$3.00 WAISTS REDUCED TO $1.50
$5.50 WAISTS REDUCED TO $3.50
All Genuine BARGAINS to Clean Up.
Whitney & Marsh
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HERE'S the Point!
We will make your
old shoes look and
wear like new in 15
minutes by the clock
Men's soles and heels, $1.25; women's, $1.00.
Men's Rubber Heels, 65c; women's, 50c.
REGAL. SHOE STORE,
M'CANDLESS BLG. King and Bethel
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PH0KE, OFFICE 381. I. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin A Co., Ltd. .
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Bliek Sand, Broken Corel. Garden Soil, Etc. .SAFE MOVING A SPE
CIALTY. , '
A pair of shoes that wears
long and keeps its shape
" A shipment of np to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S. Ala
L AYAU SHOE CO.,
1665 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY tf every oanaelty and de-
scripthm niaie t order. Boiler work
and BJVITBB PUBS for Irrigation
purposes a specialty, rartleular at
tention paid to 701 WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest netiee,
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Hen's Boles, 78 cents (sewed);
Men's Heeb, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
248 NORTH KING ST.
185 editorial rooms 258 bul
neat Office. These are tho new tel
phone numbers of the Bulletin office.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in onr Oarage.
Von liamm - Young
Our Sodas 30c per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
At All Watehdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and -KING Sts., Honolulu.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411.
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