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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUKDAY, OCT. 3, inns.
Another shipment of the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. Wc can furnish you a wheel
anywhere from $25. uu to $80. We Jiave chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle is still the popular mount for all who
have to get about dnilv 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. Q. HALL 4 SON, LTD-
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, $1.00.
Men's Rubber Heels, 05c; women's, 50c.
RSGJ-AIi SHOE STORE,
M'CANDLESS BLO. King and Bethel
IQYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
MEASUREMENTS OF BOXERS
Height 5ft. 5Vfciii.
Chest normal 3'lin. .
Chest expanded . ...35'2in.
Waist 30in. .
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Height Cft. 4in.
Chest normal 36in.
Chest expanded ..37Viin.
Calf . . 13V$in.
Reilly and Weber
Await Tap of Gong
SPLENDID CARD AT ORPHEUM FIST SHOW
Charlie Itcllly ami Clinrllo Weber Itellly licforo he natonlihcit the puli-
will bo flftccii niiinilH tonight at the '"' ''ero "V "110sl mR l!lcK MC'
,. , .,.!. ... i. n-i. , i I'mldcn through the roies with n Irr-
Or iliemn, nt 1"8 imtinits. Tno Brent i .,, .... , , ,
1 rllle rlght-hnnilcr. Webor miiy prove
battle In on. The match, which linH,ll0 nlll0 Bl)rl f ,nrtar. , fncti hls
caused us much or piobably nioroiBhowlng whllo working mil nt tho
8ieciilatlon than any lately, will be .marine barrurks Bmnaslum would
decided within the nexo few hours. I Indicate that ho Is a mulling boxer.
Tho Iiojh arc both lit and conn-, with u hard wallop, anil lota of nbll-
ilcnt. They nro nt tho weight. i:v- ty iu take punishment. Tho best
cr) thing la ready fur the tap of tho that llonnet could turn loose In spar-
OTE JOHNSON 10 CO
Tho tjwlsli of the big sllclt will lit)
licai (I In Japan, China, Manila, Hong
kong, mill elsewhere tlila winter. Oto
Johnson Is going over with AllUo
rishcr. Tho l'oi timid alugger ntgiied
oil up with tho innniigvr of Upndi'n
All-Alucrlin Stain yestoitlav. Tho b.ill
grouniU of tho Orient are nil xpaclmls
affairs. A drho over an Diitflcldct H
always good for a houiu run. Thh
will bo (He's dish, lllg outflcldii nro
In his liking. If Johnson Htrlkcx hi)
gait on the long trip lie will show
tho fans Fomo big league long-dlit-tnucc
hitting, lie wilt make Kinder
a handy num. for lie can play any
position. Ole has pla)od every posi
tion on the roilland club thin year
but catcher. Ily the way, tho (iro
goiiiaim aio inlalng a fund to bu a
medal for JohiiBiiu. Tho Swede 1
quite tho thing In tho countiy of wa
ter fowl mid laud frauds. Tliu funs
worxhip at Ote'H Hhiinc. Just to show
that iiffcctlon Is genuine they will
present him with a medal pioperly
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Itobcrt 1'iillon of l.os Angeles, an
enthusiastic: jaclitHinan, wiih among
the pascengera who arrived hero by
tho bark It. I'. Itlthet.
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Tho Alameda cilckct eleven in
playing tho II. C. C. at JIaklkl this
afternoon, beginning nt 2:30.
ring with li t nt would not Rtop him
AfH5 FOfTSAtE BY'
BO" AIL FIRST CIA5S.6R0CERS
. 4CCO ! - M
"Monterey packing $
V r,E.BOOTH. 5uA'.txT. S
. K1 IMHC'JW.
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The referee qucHtlon has been dc-'whcii onco lie ijtnrtcd In. JIo seems
elded, but the management hna not tho Ideal man to go up against Hell
jet announced tho renult of the ilcci- ly's jabbing tactics.
bIoii. It Is merely known that tho Itellly Is now tho raging favorllo
man picked Is one of the best In tho of tho rlngHldo fans of tho city,
city for tho position of third man In There Is u Hiipcrtttltlon that he Is
the ring. peerlcKS, and In spite of tho fact that
At the ringside will bo Joe Leahy wary eyes nro tinned on weber, Holl
and I'ranklc Smith, tho newly arrlv- ly's frleuiia make lilm n favorite to
cd oiing athletes from tho Coast, win.
Smith will rcfereo tho picllnilnary Tho hIiow Is to begin nt S: in shnrp
event, an 8-round affair between this evening.
Clinrllo Muck and Kid Iloquet. llotli Tho advance, nalo of tickets Indl-
of the Coast boys will skip through cntea a Inrgo crowd. Tho piospccl of
tho ropes Just licforo the main event a possible twenty-three rounds of
and challenge tho winner, after (hey fust milting, which will let the fan
have been Introduced to tho crowd, nut of tho hall before 10:20, at tho
Weber has not appeared heio be- longest, Is agreeable. It a enough
fore. There Ifl Just the samo clement show, without being too much. It Is
of uncertainty about what ho can tin only ono of tho good features which
that there was about tho work of Promoter I'rcd. Smith Is Introducing.
Unusual Interest In
Aala Park Games
Two of tho best baseball games of
Don't neglect to bo nt tho park on
time If you want to have a good scat,
as thero will no doubt bo a big
crowd. Itobt Asam, tho general man
ager of tho league, has provided
chairs for only a few hundred.
Tho Aal.i A. C. Jr. will glvo a bcii-
tho second scries will bo plavcd at cflt dance this evening at K. of P. hall
tho Aala. diamond tomorrow afternoon at S o'clock. Sam Hop, the managor
by tho four best teams of the ltlver- of tl,e A,ll!,s- l8 ln c,1!irK ,,r "10 llr
Bldo League In tho first scrap tho rangemonts. Tickets can bo obtained
Chinese Alohas, tho leaders of tho from members of tl;o team or at tho
Feconil series, aro hclicdulcd to fnco ""or '" l ,1!'"- "10 "'"nnHinn is
tho Chlncso Athletics, their rivals, "' lcn'3 ' 0o '""X !"'" Centle-
and In tho second game tho N'lppons man.
will play tho Palomas, champions of i ,, , ., ,
the first series. L T,,...rar.0 for ,p, C,,oiwv 5"" "l
J run lltumir, wiuuil nun bet uu in
morrow, has been called oft on ac
count of Insufficient entiles. The tro
phy will icnuiln with the Defiance
for another season.
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Can tho Alohas defeat tho Chlncso
A. C? This Is tho question that has
been asked among tho Chinese fans
for tho past week. Manager Mon Till
of the former team is Just as cnufl-;
This is considered the best all-around Remedy on the market for
Kheumatism, Lnmabo, Weak Loins, Sore Throat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
tV nnd Tendon Lameness.
' No Stable Should Be Without It. BENSON. SMITH & CO. nnd
HOLLISTEIt keep it.
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
Honolulu telruction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. Q. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING & SPECIALTY.
......I in i.w ic.m.s viu.ury .. eve.., ,,, Tr;1IlKt cm,()y0a Ilr0 flglir-
and, on tho other side, cx-Manager ,,. follE a Micker team.
Joo Coo Kim of tho Chlncso Athletics i tt tt it
states that his former team will havo : Tlcro wn, i)0 nothing doing in the
no iiimcuity in winning, tho onus, wny r m,.al B0, (,)mlrow
howoer, nro against tho Chlncso Alo-, , m ,
has. It will bo n gala day for tho 200 MILES A DAY FOR 100 DAYS.
Chlncso fans, who will bo out in I
foico to seo tho rival teams meet, Detiolt. Sept. 2G. Tho Chaulmert,.
Tho Vnsumorl stats aro billed to Detiolt "SO" Is now In tho fifth wick
l.lnt, llin 1nl...no 1'ltl. Tl. LVn.nu Of ItS rCUUirkahlO lllll.
as pitrhor and" Liming behind tho al ",,lu"B0 lo ,Mt Monday, DC'Jo
stick, tho I'alamas will have to play , K()llr ......, tlllm ., , ,,....
ball to win. Tho Jnpancso team nml lotuino C:no a. in., 8:30 a. in., 1
has shown up well In the second so- p. m., 4:00 p, m., starting from l'ont.
rles of tho league and If It manages chartr.iln Hotel.
to 'beat tho champions thero Is no I'Ibcch In car icscrved for pmspec
doubt that In ruse of another visit of " customers by iiiMiolnlineiit.
tho Kclos Manager K, lasuniorl u car's ionl merit,
would arrange for a gamo with tliom. '
Isplada nnd Hooptt will form tho Pa
lama 'battery In this contest.
THE . METROPOLrr AN
Contains articles on
Man's Flight Through A?T
By Henri Farman
The Way to Rest By Euoiace MHes
Civil War Reminiscences .
The Drama of the Month
This Number also 'Coateitxs
PLENTY OF GOOD FICHON
For Sale at All Newsdealer?
1 5c. a -Cop y J? H oO o, Year
1 Au..m MLggn jyc v jam 1 . .--n
KILOHAWA ART " LEAGUE BOOHS
Katherine-Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13. "The little Minister"; Thursday, Oct. 15. "Tho
Confessions of a Literary PilRrun"; Monday, Oct. 19, "Dr. Luke of the
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King Henry VIII". Season tickets for
the course may ho obtained at Bcrgstrom Music Company, Wall, Nichols
Co.. H. w. Perkins' Studio, nnd the Kiiouana nt -League.
Now on Display.
The Alameda broaght them to us and they are fine,
fat, tender, nnd juicy. Put these on any Honolulu table
tomorrow and you could cntcitain a kins, Order Today.
METROPOLITAN MEAT 0, Limited
Telephone 45 ,
wc will show, ex Alameda,
King nnd Bethel Sts.
FULL CUT, in Black, Tan, Grey,
Pink, .White, and Blue. These
are superior goods, with a deep
dust ruffle, and of a good de
A pair of shoes that wears
lontr and keeps 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 KINO ST.
W, 0, Peacock & Co,, Ltd.,
Itegistration Hours 8 to 10, 12 to
1, 4 to 7.
The Greatest Fight
of the Year
Champion Featherweight Pacific
" Charlie WeBer
By the Hour or Trip
G. C, BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNQ OARAGE.
CHAS. B0QUET vs. KID MACK
SATURDAY OCT. 0
8:30 P. M.
ADMISSION: Ringside $2.00, Or
chestra $1.50, Parquet $1.00, Bal
cony 50 cents,
AH Colors, wide cut, deep flounce
All sizes, from 23 waist measure
to extra large sizes up to 34
waist. Stylishly cut, up-to-date,
at $2, $2.75, $3, $3.50
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE.
Ii. B. KeF5? &' Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST.
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