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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUSDAY, OCT. 6, 1908.
Another shipment cf the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. Wc can furnish you a wheel
anywhere from $25, uo to $80. We have chnin and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle is still the popular mount for all who
have to get about dail7 and have to cover much ground
nnd wish to do it quickly and nt little expense. AIL
KINDS of BICYCLE SUNDRIES and TARTS CARRIED IN
STOCK, and n Well-Equipped Shop Ready to Do All Kinds
of Repair Work.
E. G, HULL & SOU, LTD-
BUSTER BROWN &SG
BLUE RIBBON MlOeS
a urn cuts
are low-priced, yet
gocd and strong
the ideal shoes for a
We have Buster
Brown Shoes for
Girls, Misses, and
RSGAX, SHOE STORE,
JI'CANDLESS BLO. King and Bethel
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 Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
Games Made Be
tween High and
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE
balance. They do not ride up on one
side, or bind in the baek, or pinch in front,
or satf away from the neck. ij& .' for lie.
C1.UI.1T. I'KAKOUV & roMPAXV, True, n. v.
M.iWu nf luct' Shirt..
A football Ecliediili', covering tho
Boason fur tliu HIkIi School and tliu '
I'unuliou players, nnd for both first
mid second teams, wns yesterday nr
rniiged between Maiingcrx Arnold nnd
lllnnchnrd of the Ouhu Colloce und
the lllsh School aggregations re
MiecMvely. (lanie3 me to bo iilavcd
through n series of three for each
team In both schools, the first to bo
held on November Gill, nnd the last '
on the 21st of the same month." I
The sclu'dule in detnll Is ns fol
lows; For first teams, games on No-'
vcmber 7th, Htli, and 21st: for sec
ond teams, November fith. 13th, nnd
20th. All games ate to begin nt 3:30
p. in. Tliefco nre to bo played for tho
best two In tin ec. nnd In case of elth-j
n, t.inti, wlntillitr I . cnlnlif t li .. '
third game will not be held.
It seems that these games will nil
be held ut the Alexander Klcld, Punt
hou's new gridiron. Still, the High
School men. who have been nt prac
tice nt Mnklkl, want nt least one of
the games held theic, nnd this will bo
done in case It Is found that thcro
is enough room for holding n gamo
there. However, n concrete side
walk running through the field forms
n big objection to Mnklkl, und It Is
piobable that tho games will nil bo
played nt Punnhoii.
Doth teams nre practicing hard.
The O.iliu men nro working out on
the campus, for the purpoBo of saving
the now turf of the Alexander Field.
8 It It
Chicago and Detroit
Lead In American
HAWAII GOING OVER
TO THE YACHT CLUB
Custody of Craft Dis
posed Of To Order
Disposing of tho yacht Hawnll aft
er n feasible plan nnd appointing n
committee to get subscribers for sea
wrens, tho llnwali Yacht Club lust
evening transacted Bomo of the most
Important business of the senson, and
took ut least ono stop which mny
mnke Hnwnll a sort of Mecca for
Tho disposition of tho Hawaii was
siicccated by Vice Commodore Wil
Boys Will Box On
the 17th At
Joo Leahy nnd Charllo Reilly. the
featherweights, will be matched by
Krcd. Smith for tho next big ftttrnc-
H.iti In tlin l.nrlnn- crnmn flora TlinV
der on tho plan that the yncht club uave not yet 8gnc,i articles, but tho
Bhall take over tho yacht and its In- lbout definitely fixed, nnd no hitch
Ucbtedness fiom tho Truns-Faclflc , expectcd In nny of tho arrange
Yncht Committee, subject to tho np- .mcnts. The men will meet on tho
provnl of the donors to tho yncht fund Venlng of the 17th, or Saturduy
wlm In rottirn nre to receive Btoclc In
nnd membership In the yacht club.
This proposition camo In tho fol
lowing letter from tho club to tho
"To the Transpacific Yncht Unco Com-
"Dear Sirs: Wo understand that
the Transpacific Yucht Race Commit
tee Is now desirous of making somo
definite arrangements with regard to
tho disposition of the yacht Hawaii
To offci her for bbio does not seem
week ut tho Orpheum, under terms
which were contained In .Leahy's
challenge tho other evening nt tho
frnnkle Smith will almost beyond
n doubt be matched with the winner
of tho coming bout.
Reilly will occupy his usual train
ing quarters ut tho Orpheum, but
Lenhy will probably take Smith un
der his wing, nnd hike for l'ort Shat
ter, where he will use, In ense he can
to bo tho proper course to pursno ns I1)a). the necessary nrrnngementB, tho
tho yncht was built to repiescnt "-.very cat mtIo gymnastum there for
wnll In tho trnnspaclflc races nnu. . . , , . ,,
while she failed to bring home tho the purpose of training quarters. Ho
first prize' in the 1908 race, wo should, is trying now to get tho arrangements
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This is considered the best nll-iround Remedy on the market for
Rheumatism, Lumabo, Weak Loins, Sore Throat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
and Tendon lameness. ,
Ho Stable Should Be Without It. BENSON, SMITH & CO. and
HOLLISTER keep it.
Pottle, Honolulu Tel. 1189
Honolulu Constructed! DrayingHSoT,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. 0, Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Ebck Sand, Broken Corel. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
A pair of shoes that wears
long and kesps 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.,
SAN KKANC1SCO, Calif., Oct. E.
The dropping back of the Cleveland
team tu their former position nt third
place, nnd the legnl.nlng of tho sec
ond place by Detiolt, narrows down
the fight for the pennant In the
Amei lean Ilaseball League to u duel
between Chicago nnd Detroit. Tho
struggle In both tho National and
American Leagues Is attracting so
much attention among tho sporting
people that nil other forms of sport
are being neglected In the excitement
of wntchlug tho big ince, which is
one of tho closest und most keenly
contested ever seen In the history of
baseball. Tho advent of tho football
beacon hut; been utmost unnoticed,
nnd Eensatlonnl turf events have not
been given tho attention which would
havo usually been accorded them. Ev
erything will havo to tako n back
seat until tho pennants have been
nwnuled finally for the senson of
Tho Oahu baseball team will meet
the Starlights Sunday nt Knplolanl
Park ut 1:30 p. m. These teams havo
ulrendy played two games. One of
theso matches wns won by tho Oahus
nnd tho second wus tnken by the Stnr
lights. They meet Sunday to play
orf this tie.
8 it M
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING: ST.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Tho flift nnd tho annual meeting
of the soccer league must be called
In October. It Is to bo called very
it it it -
The tpam of tho .U. S. S. Maryland
may play tho Katlhls on leturn to
W It K
The Ilollermakers beat out tho En
gineers at baseball, 17 to 13,
Moonnhlno at 20 to 1 earned winning
brackets nt Qravesend. ,
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
PHONE 200. .
not bo discouraged but feel that she
should be kept Intact for tho next
Furthermore It seemB tnat to oner
tho yncht nt miction would not bring
ono quarter of what sho actually cost,
for tho reason that tho Territory does
not Mipport n yachtsman who hns suf
ficient means to cnnblo him to offer
anywhere tienr what tho yacht is
worth nnd, of course, you do not caro
to sacrifice her for a Bopg.
"This belhg understood, tho Hawaii
Yncht Club'-' wishes to present to yon
the following proposition:
"Tho Hawaii Yncht Club will under
take the entire control, management
nnd maintenance of tho yacht Hawaii
under tho following conditions:
"Tho cost of tho yacht was, in round
numbers.' 120.000. of which $3000 is
Htlll owlngon a noto to tho First Na
tional Uankr'of Hawaii.
"If all donors to the fund which was
raised to build tho yacht Hawaii will
nsBlKn tholr Interest In tho jncht to
tho Hawaii Yncht Club, Ltd., wo will
make return ns follows:
"We will assumo tho $3000 note. To
all donors wo will piesent stock in the
Hawnll Yacht Club, Ltd.. equal to tho
amount of their donation, making
them regular members with a vole,
but subject to tho regular dues of $1
per monln, payanio quarterly in ad
vance. "Wo believe, that every donor will
bo glad to nccopt this proportion and
wi would draw jour attention to the
"Tliu yncht would bo in chargo of n
responsible corporation composed of
men whosti experience enables them to
handle such a matter to tho best ad
vantage. "It would Htlll be owned by tho saino
peoplo who would have a say In tho
management of the yucht nt election
"It would turn tho yacht from nn
nnnnmnblo something into a real asset
ns It would be owned by a corporation
of standing and responsibility that al
ready owns property of ubsoluto value.
"It would bo a splendid encourage
ment to tho sport of yachting gener
ally nnd would promote Interest In
that grnnd sport by Introducing many
new members to tho club who would.
doubtless, tako inoio interest In yacht-'
mg on becoming mombcrs of tho club.
"Wo Bellevo that those who havo
donated to the fund and do not care to
Join tho club would be qulto ready to
turn over their interest In the yacht
to this organization. We would sug
gest that a letter bo addressed to nit
donors to tho yacht Hawaii fund plac
ing tho proiiosttlon before them und
enclosing slips to be sl;.ned wliero'.,y
they convey all Interest In tho yacht
to tho Hawaii Yacht Club, Ltd., In con
slderatlon of stock In that corporation.
"Trusting that you will give this
matter your vory careful considera
tion." Tho letter was approved, and upon
tho statement of Mr. Wilder that ho
thought tho yacht couuultteo would
accept tho proposition at onco, ho was
authorized to appoint a confmlllee to
comer with tho donors to tho yacht
fund without waiting until the yucht
club could get together again.
An Informal discussion of the sen
wren proposition was held for a while
beforo the meeting opened, und the
probablo cost of each boat estimated
ut from $100 to $125.
A motion was then made that tho
chairman appoint u committee to ob
tain subscriptions for boats, to order
tho material and to supervlso tho con
struction of tho boutH bo that they
will nil bd of exactly the same shape
Ulld SlZO. II. I). lllUV Itnv lllnlnw
and A, W. Ncoly wero appointed.
Tho following names were passed'
on by the board of directors and ud-
made, and, In case he succeeds, will
have one of tho best possible camps in
The Twilights, with tho aid of no-
llnnce players, beat tho Ewas Sun
day, 3 to 1.
n x it
The Kullhis won over tho Tidal
Waves Sunday, 9 to 1. '
milled to membership in tho club:
Fred L. Miller, Chas. D. Wright. II.
W. Rlotow, E. A. Center, J. W. Mulr.
J. II. OTlrlon, C. T. Schacfcr and
There was somo discission as to
what the course should bo for tho
Gear trophy, and after many sugges
tions It was decided to pass It up to
tliu regatta committee.
With regard to reducing tho nom
ination o feach share of stock from
$20 to $5, a resolution was passed to
tho effect that the proper logul steps
should be taken In the matter.
George Turner und Hay Wetow were
appointed a committee to ai range for
a moonlight sail to Wulunao next Sat
Now on Display.
King and Bethel Sts.
"WE are showing some
H High Class Novelties
in Short, Three-quarter, and Full Length. They come in
WHITE, BLACK, CREAM, NAVY, and BROWN. No Two
Alike. Also a-.'.A..L-i. i.
Whitney & Marsh
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13, "The little Minister"; Thursday. Oct 15, "The
Confessions of a Literary Pilgrim"; Monday, Oct. 10, "Dr. Luke of the
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King Henry VIH". Season tickets for
the course may be obtained at Bergstrom Husic'Company, Wall, Nichols
Co., R. W. Perkins' Studio, and the Kilohana Art League.
Pullets and Salmon
The Alameda bro tight them to us and they are fine,
fat, tender, and juicy. Put these on any Honolulu table
tomorrow and you could entertain a king. Order Today.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
V" ' "-' ' ' -' "
On Monday, October 5,
we will show, ex Alameda,
Ladies9 Silk Petticoats
FULL CUT, In Black, Tan, Grey,
Pink, White, and Blue. These
are superior goods, with a deep
dust ruffle, and of a good de
All Colors, wide cut, deep flounce
Wash Walking Skirts
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. TJ' .
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST.
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