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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,?. It., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 7, 1008.
I Local nd National
WE are showing some'
High Class Novelties
Another shipment of ths famous
Columbia asicS. Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. We can furnish you a wheel
nnywheic from $25. uj to 80. We have chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle is still the popular mount for all who
have to get about drub anil have to cover much ground
and wish to do it quickly and at little expense. AIL
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 & SOU, LTD
I Life i Tropics I
U Requires something to
(put vim and vigor in M
one's system. There I
is nothing so satisfy-
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Leahy and Reilly
Get Down To Work
With articles signed, Hcllly and
Leahy today have been engaged In
getting established for training.
They will change about in their
cnmpi, Leahy taking Hellly's recent
stand at the Orpheum, anil Noilly
going down to the niarlmi barracks,
where one of the neatest little open
air gymnasiums Imaginable, will
glc 111 in Ideal opportunities for get
ting Into the very finest shape.
The men signed articles yesterday
afternoon, after wrangling over the
matter for about an hour. They aio
to box 15 lounds on the evening of
the 17th at the Orpheum. They are
not to exceed 131 pounds at B p. m.
on the day of tho contest. This
weight agreement settles ono of tho
knottiest points In connection with
the match. ltcllly Is at about 132
pounds, and refused positively to
come down to 128, nt which weight
Leahy wished to box. Iloth conceded
rnnielhlng In fixing on 131.
Leahy began work nt the Orpheum
as soon as the articles were signed.
Hcllly began his work this morning
at tho marine bar lacks, with Weber
und IJoquet for sparring partners.
"I am glad that I shall be where
I'll get Into the very best condition,"
(he said this morning. "It's a fluo
place down tliero at the marine,
camp. Hut, you see, 1'vo simply got
to be In the best II x when I go In
.for this match."
Hy all of which ho strongly Im
plied a very decided respect for the
powers of Joe Leahy.
Tho refcreo will have to bo picked
yet, as nothing was suld on this
proposition In the .articles. Hut there
.are yet two weeks In which to ngrco
jon tho third man in tho ring.
The preliminary will more t,han
likely be a bout between Lampherc,
newly arrived from China, nnd Sllvn,
.known as the Punchbowl Wonder,
.who has been In the ring here lie-
I fo' 0
I All this looks much like n very
Soccer Players Don't
Seem Anxious To
AL. THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Progs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here, Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
Dr. Roller Is Made
Of D. H. A. C.
This is considered the best all-around Remedy on the market for
Rheumatism, Luniabo, 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 Goiistructi j n "a ndBii ngToT,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opn. W. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White nnd
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-CIALTY.
A pair of shoes that wears
long and keeps its shape
i A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S. Ala-
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Soccer players are not on the nlert
for an opportunity to get In the game,
Just now, as was pi oven by a rather
jmall attendance at tho meeting held
at the Y. M. C. A. Inst evening Tor
the puiposc of organizing three
teams to do some preliminary work
before the opening of n season by
the tegular soccer league. Eleven
men out of a possible fifty-seven ex
pected, turned out to hear of Dr.
This plan Is to organize tlueo
tennis from all the soccer plajers In
town nnd piny off a schedule for tho
pill pose of giving tho men the most
common sense sort of practise that
Is: actually playing tho game. As
tho number of thoso present was too
hinnll to serve for the organization of
thieo tenuis, i committee of three
men was appointed for the purposo
of seeing soccer players and getting
tennis together. The games will
probnbl be played at tho Hoys'
riold, on Llllhu street. A banquet
nt the others' expense Is held out us
tin Inducement to tho winners.
it a n
Rudolph Spreckels. whoso colors
have been teen so often at tho coast
racecourses, announces his retirement
from tho turf and nil of tho horses
which ho owns are to bo disposed of
I soon. Mr. Spicckels deslro to qut
the racing gamo is not because, ho
UWl'B I1UI UIIUK lllK'Uy "I W1U BpUll Ul
because hu has not been successful In
campaigning his thoroughbreds . It Is
owing to mismanagement on tho part
of tho present officials of the Jockey
club that ho deslics to withdraw from
active participation In tho sport of
n It N
1)111 Pnpko was given a rousing re
ception upon bis return to Kowaneo.
his homo town. A brass band was at
tho station to meet htm und a big
banner, with the following Inscription,
"Wolcomo Home, Hfll," was stretched
ncross tho street at tho railroad depot.
After parading up tho btreet with u
big crowd of admirers Papko was ten
dered n banquet, nt which ho told
thoto present that ho was ready and
willing to defend his newly acquired
championship tltlo against all comers.
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llnttllng Nelson's great success at
tho Central Theater, San Francisco,
prompts him to accept more stago of
President Thomas II. Williams of
tho Now California Jockey club will
campaign a formidable, stable during
tho winter raco meeting,
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A public schools athletic loaguo is
oigunlzed In San Francisco ami first
competitive field day will bo held In
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Stnblo accommodations nt Emerv.
lllo nro Insufficient for tho needs of
the nrmy of horsemen nlnnnlng to r.ico
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Moro than 300 aristocratic dogs
wero benched nt tho ladles' kennel
club show, which opened nt Idora park
Tha ClUieaa' Health CommittM has d-
cUrtd wax atalnst Ui. rat In Um following
"It U Incumbent upoa
"aH to wag ralentlcM
"war on the rat, the
"source and breed.r of
Kvto If yon do not think thtta an rati on
your prcmlsss, you should m Stearns'
Electric Rat and Boach Pasts, for rata travel
all over the city and are liable to camp with
yon If your premises are not protected by
Stearne' Electric Paste.
Thle reliable exterminator Is sure death
to all rate and usually kille them oS In a
single night. It Is the best weapon in the
war against rats, and every citlren should
use It and protect our city.
' 3ei.box3c; les.bi 11.00
Sol4 by DructUta end Oararal Itsraa every
where or nt dlract prepaid on rscalpt of price.
num1 iiiCTiic mite ee,, Mt.i.T..e.i.i.
Tho Diamond Head Athletic Club
elected JDoctor Holler, the wrestler.
an Jionoinry member last evening,
by acclamation. They also made the
meeting memorable by a formal good
bye to Professor "Pete" Huron, who
has worked with this club for some
time past. He made a speech In
which he thanked them for their in
terest la him, and outlined some
thing of, what Dr. Holler expects to
do on t!C mainland. Tho departure
of this Veterun nnd fine old athlete
leaves quite a gap to be filled in the
ranks of the Diamond Heads.
Carl Oss was elected captain of a
soccer team for the club, and ap
pointed a committee of one to rustle
Entries for tho championship ten
nis events nre coming In slowly. Lo
cal and outsido plujcrs always wait
until the last week to put down their
names. Tho entries for men's sin
gles close, Oct. 15 at 5 p. m. Tho
entry-hook Is open In the sporting
dcpuitmcnt of E. 0. Hall & Son.
Dr. Holler is to make a talk on
"Athletics: The Life of an Athlete,"
at the Y. M. C. A. this evening. Tho
lecturo Is open for all.
n m u
Tho Sweet Violets, tho well known
baseball team, have algso organized a
football team, nnd aro willing to dial
lengu any team of their size.
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Jockey E. Dugan's rough riding
caused two horses to fall at Gravcsend
and Jockeys Smith and Yoiku uiu bad'
a a ii
The C. A. C.'s will meet tomorrow
evening at the Chinese Y. M. C. A.
hall, at 7:30 o'clock.
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It u Ih Dillon surprised 15,000 raco
goeis ut Columbus by winning all three
heats In $10,000 stake.
K X' M
Lillian H trotted n mile In 2:04V4 at
Columbus, tho fastest tlmo mado by
n muru this year.
Harry Maynard, ono tlmo champion
pugilist, dropped dead on u train near
Minor Heir was outpaced In three
straight heats by Tho Eel on Colum
a a a
Puckey McFnrlaud will have to go
45 rounds If ho expects to get on with
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Arasco won tho Speculation stnko
By Hour or Trip,
Ga C. Beokley, Jr.
Now on Display,
King: and Bethel Sts.
in Short, Three-quarter, nnd Full length. They come in
WHITE, B1ACK, CREAM, NAVY, and BROWN. No Two
Alike. Also tt', iU
Whitney & Marsh
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS
Katherine Oliver. Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13. "The little Minister"; Thursday, Oct. 15, "The
Confessions of a literary Piltrrim": Monday. Oct. 10. "Dr. Luke of the
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King- Henry VIII". Season tickets for
the course may be obtained at Bergs trom Music Company, Wall, Nichols
Co., R. W. Perkins' Studio, and the Kilohana Art League.
Pullets and Salmon
The Alameda brought them to us and they are fine,
fut, tender, and juicy. Put these on any Honolulu table
tomorrow and you could entertain a king. Order Today.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 961, Telephone 931.
SHELL LEIS o
o SEED LEIS o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATE3
Tho Auto Livery will from this
date reduce nil automobile, work i!S
per cent. 1 passenger Insldo city
limits Punnhou St.. Wylllo St.. or
Kamehaiueha Schools, GO cents; call
ing or shopping S3 per hour; contin
uous driving SH per hour; 14 second,
S3 for third. Around island J 10. E.
II. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tol. No. 0.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
ana H1V1TED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Ixis Angeles, Calif., Sept. 19. Tho
first baseball school for professional
plliyers ever organized Is to be con.
ducted by Manager Henry Ilerry of
the Los Angeles team of the Pacific
Coast Leasue and Manager J. II. Le
high of Chutes Purk.
Southern California Is a Mecca of
a large number of young bull-players
during tho winter nnd hundicd of
amateurs aro dovoloped, many of
whom nro willing to take up profes
sional baseball und nre capable of do-
lug so it given the chance und u lit
It Is proposed to sign all aspiring-
players to contracts of the Los An
geles team nnd then put them under
the Instructions of two or moro of the
veteran members of the Coast iJenguo
team. All such as show aptltudo for
the professional gamo will bo letalned
nnd taught tho lino points of the
gamo. Otheis will bo released and
now men takou on In their places.
a a a
Irlsh-Amoricaii Athletic Club of Now
Yoik was victorious In tho National
field nnd track championships.
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. . .
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST.
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