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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. IT., miDAV, OCT. 0, 1008.
Another shipment of the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. We can furnish you a wheel
anywhere from $25. uu 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 daily and have to cover much ground
and wish to do it quickly and at little expense. ALE
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
0YAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW Proprietor; lite Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to n Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
This is considered the best all-iround Remedy on the market for
Rheumatism, Lumabo, Weak Loins, Sore Throat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
and Tendon Lameness. Vr-"
No Stable Should Be Without It. BENSON, SMITH & CO. and
HOIXI9TER keep it.
Pottie. Honolulu Tel. 1189
Honolulu Coiistfuctioifanri DrayinpoT,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Corel. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
' STYLISH SHOES
A pair of shoes that wears
lone and keeps its shape
A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S. Ala
meda. L. AYAl) SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 931. Telephone 031.
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o SEED LEIS-
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HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
& SON, LTD-
Now on Display.
King and Bethel Sts.
Phone 027. '
ON ONE JACK JOHNSON
On Sunday next, Dr. Holler leaes
for the mnlnl.inil to arrntiKo a match
with Frank Uotch, world's champion
wrestler, and probably soon to break
Into the boxing gnmo,
Dr. Holler now strips at 21C
pounds, and thinks that he Is In
about the condition he wnnts to keep
for a while Later, when It comes to
conditioning for t ho match proper,
ho will probably strip at about 210
to 212, which Is nlmost exactly tho cloud or the pugilistic profession,
champion's weight. He sus that the Probably tho big wrestler and box
time for a meeting with Qotch Is not er is the only man at present In the
set, but that he wants to meet him professional game with the ohjslcal
lu the spring, and expects to do so,
and that ho thinks ho will go on tho
Mint with Hnckenschmldt's master Thomas Hums, who Is at present lak
elthcr In Chicago or New York, tho Ing n lucrative vacation beating up
latter preferred. Iwould-be puglllfcts of tho Antipodes.
Series To Start
8. A serlea
CHICAOO, III., Oct
of six games for the world's cham
pionship, between the Chicago team,
winners of the National League
championship, nnd the Detroit team,
winners nf the American League
championship, will be begun hero
on the 10th.
Last J car Chlcagoana held the pen
nant. Should the men from the win
dy city win again, with their confre
res of the American I-engue a close
second to Detroit, tho outcome would
ngatn put Chicago In tho first place
us a bascb.ill town and marl; it as
the place where the best talent Is
mm mim 10
One of the most Interesting pre
liminaries which has eer been ar
ranged for u bout In this city was
made last evening, after considerable
rilsiubslon, when Young Nelson, tho
local man, and Weber, the mallhlnl,
were matched for six rounds as n
curtaln-ralter for tho Lenhy-Reilly
go on the 17th, to box nt 12C
pounds, winner take all.
The match, considered ns a pre
liminary, Is almost sensational, ub
the bojs are finite good enough to
appear In the main events In shown
of tho ordinary type here. This
lout, however, as the mere opening
event, sercs to Impress on ono a
fact which is becoming apparent as
times goes on this Rellly-Lcahy
bout Is going to bo far nnd away the
best thing of Its kind ever seen in
Honolulu, unless Indications fall, and
the show throughout will be an open
ing of bigger things here.
Nulson has been referred to ns a
tyro, and such he Is from one stand
point, but ho has appeared In somo
of the best "goes" In this city, and
has a long record behind him, which
shows that ho Is at least used to the
feel of being Inside tho ropes.
With Weber he ought to put up a
great exhibition. He is of the hard
hitting bort, and tho stipulation of
winner tako all shows that both boys
intend to come off with the laurels.
Weber Is boxing with Rellly these
days. It ought to Improve his stle
right considerably, and put him In
tho ting with his few faults correct
ed. n a s
CDICKETERS TO MM
T. D. Skinner was present nt a
meeting of the Honolulu Cricket Club
held jesteiduy at tho Scottish This
tle Club, for tho purpose of talking
over u trip to Maul. Two plans weie
dovclopcd ono to leave on the Mau
n a Ken at Tuesday noon, play uu
Wednesday, and teturn by tho Claud
Ine that night; the other to lcno by
the Claudlno Friday evening, und
tome back Monday evening by the
Mauiiii I-oii from McGregor's Land
ing. A decision In tho mntter will
bo made bj thoso who decide to take'
H, A. Joid.m, tho president of tho
Cricket Club, expects to see Mlko
I'lsher or Jess Woods In San Trail
Cisco ,nrul nrrnnge for the Reach All
Ameilca team to play cricket while
they nio lieio. Tho plan glows out
of the fact that theso men are sched
uled to play cricket lu Japan during
their coming visit tboie.
YOUR VOTE can't he counted un-
HIS EYE .
Hut all of this pales beside the fact
that Dr. Holler cxpectH to jump Into
the boxing game, nnd further expects
to go up against that colored gentle
man who Is credited with striking
terror Into the heart of every boxer
now alive, namely Miiitah Jack John
son. Dr. Holler will probably hook
Up with Bome of the lesser lights, of
course, but his aim of the near fu
ture bceuw to be Johnson, the war
'capacity to put on tho mlts with the
terrible black, excepting possibly one
SEEK TITLES TO
Oahu football ilucrn Indulged lu
. . ,, , ,. ,'some hot scrimmage yesterday mid
Tho Oahu Coincntlon, consisting of , . .... . , . ' .
I,a8r8 ""'1 lUdogatcs from differ.
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cm i;uuillll"M uu linn ioimiim ii.vi mm
morning in Kaumakaplll church at 10
o'clock, to discuss matters pertaining
to tho churches. Hov. Henry K. Poe
poo acted as moderator wtlh Itev. V.
K. Poal ub secictary.
After the louttne business had been
disposed of. Iter. J. P Hrdmun ml
dressed the audience, taking as his
subject, tho 'Ownership of Church
"Ono of tho most Important subjects
that confronts us today," said Hrd
man. "Is, who owns the church prop
erty? It is necessary that wo, who
are Interested In church ntlalrs, should
try to secure the title of the lands on
which tho churches stand. At present
the title of some of tho church prop-
crty Is uncertain. It was customary
that the churches In foi mcr ilaj s, were
erected on government property, while
somo were erected on prtvnto properly.
In order to foato clear titles, and per
fect understanding of tho whole mat
ter, It Is necessary that somo step
should bo taken to enable the trustees
of the churches to possess certain doc
uments, pertaining to the property.
"It would be well for all tho pastors
and those who aro associated with
them, to secure nil Information about
tho church proierty and submit them
to tho Hawaiian Hoard, which Is a con
stant and sejf-porpetuatlng body. Let
tho Hawaiian Ilonrd hold theso titles,
and documents, as trustee for these
churches. As It stands today, some of
the pastors and oen tho church asso
ciates do not know what claim they
!me oer the land on which their
churches stand. Tho go eminent can
como In nnd claim Its lands If neces
sary nnd In that event the community
would bo deprived of tho church."
Tho suggestion was greatly appre
ciated and a committee, consisting of
Itev. Wm. D. Olcson, Theodore Hlch
nrds and W. R. Castlo, which was pro'
Piously formed In behalf of tho Board
will recclvo, ul! Information about tho
church property beforo any step Is
taken. Accordingly tho pastors and
church associates will look Into tho
particulars, such as tho title, date of
erection, ote., of their church property.
Sam Kamaloplll of the I.and office
suggested 'that all churches which aro
standing on government property
should bo permitted to remain thcro
and that a petition should be mado to
tho I-amt Commissioner, asking him
to grant right and title to tho church
Tho matter, utter a few suggestions,
was rcferrod to tho committee con
sisting of Messrs. Olcson, Richards
On motion of Dr. Scuddcr, Rev. H.
P. Judd and Rev. Amos A. Kbersolo
wcru made members of the Associa
tion. Tho church committees wcro up-,
pointed as follows:
lluslness Commltteo Rov. E. S.
Tlmoteo, Rev. L. D. Kelllplo and Rev.
O. 11. Oullck.
Neciology Committee Rev. W. N.
l.ono, Hov. J. Kekahlna, Rev. S. P.
Petitions Committee Wm. n. Olc
son, Rov. M. K. Nakulna, Rev. Kulka
hi. Church Reports Committee Rov.
W. N. Lono, Rov. S, K. OH!, Rov. I,.
Program Committee Rov. Wm. II.
Oleeon, Hov. M. K. Nakulna, J. H. s.
Kueo, Rov. K. 8. Tlmoteo and Rev. O.
H. Oullck. '
Knmchumoha School Church, which
was admitted in tho association, wab
ropi cheated by Rov. J. I,. II op wood
nnd u dolegato.
Rov. Dr. Scuddor will nddress tho
association at 3 o'clock today, his
fccuujoct being "Arousing Temperancu
Present at tlo chinch today wcro:
Rov. W. U. Olcson, Rev. J. P. Eidman,
Rov. Qullck, VyYW. Hall, Rov. Moses
K. Nakulna, HoV. Henry P. Judd, Rev.
T. Okumuru, Rov. Kelinliun.i, Rov, J.
- "" "" il-.'-i
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
A Portland, Ore., paper prints
n plcturo of a "Mr. O'Connoll,
the new wrestling Instructor for
the Multonomnh Club, nrrlvcd
last night. He Is a graduate of
Yule and has taught wrestling'
in Yolo and Cornell the last
four ears. He BtrlpB at ICC
pounds when In condition and
expects to meet Dr. Holler be-
fore the winter Is over."
Of course, Portland people
might be expected to know
something about Dr. Holler, but
any person who has seen the
giant wrestler who has for somo
time been trutnlng here, and
fr any one who remembers that
Holler strips at 21C Kiunds, can
imaglno how much show the
best ICG-pounder In the world
would have with him.
Tho Boccer league will meet nt tho
Scottish Thistle Club tonight, for the
pin pose of getting soccer games un
der way. Dr. Hand looked over the
Hob' Field jesterdny. Things out
there are not Ideal for soccer, nnd a
new field would certainly please most
of the plaers.
" u". " B""u '" '"; " ".' ,
eleven ounht to ho n eked out of tho
K M M
Jack Atkinson sas tho bos arc
working hard for the rogattu to ho
held at Wnlklkl during the visit "of
the Klect here. The question Is:
When Is that?
wants to lntt the Islands.
Friday. Oct. 9
TemperatureB 6 a. m.. 71; 8 a. in.,
78; 10 a. in, 79; noon, 81; morning
Harometer, 8 a. in.. 30 00; absoluto
humidity, 8 a. m., C 680 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in ,
i& per cent; new jioiiu.- a. in., tu.
wind 6 a. m., velocity 2, direction
N.; 8 n. m., velocity 1, direction B.W.;
10 n. m , velocity 9, direction S. W.;
noon, eloclty 8, direction N. E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m.. .00 Inch. .
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 140 miles.
WU, H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Bureau.
Under tho direction of Capt. Her
ger tho Hawaiian band will give, a
moonlight concert at the Seaside Ho
tel this evening, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. The following Is tho pro
gram: PART I
March: "Stars and Srlpes For
Overture: "Romantic" Ileln
Intermezzo: "Stephanie". . Kuhrbacli
Solectlon: "Bohemian Olrl". ..Halfe
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.ar, by Dergcr
Selection: "Jolly Jingles" Neat
(a) "A Waltz Dream" Strauss
(b) "Mexican Kisses" Roberts
Finale: "Paraguay Dances"
"The Star-Spangled nanner"
NO UNCERTAINTY AS TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Lift Int. Co.,
with assets of ever $14000,000, and 'a
turplus of over 91,300,000, Is n.w Issu
ing a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnlno
added, on payment of stcend and sub
sequent deposits. In east of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and bs paid rfurlnf life.
It will pay yeu to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU9E TRUST CO.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Oct. 8, 1908,
Thou C Whlto to West Hawaii Rail-
road Co h
Piinohu Mulr by ntty to J Saklhara..I
Hole Kamaaluwu, (w) to Ana K Ka
olin . . ;' D
Peter C Jones Mil by Regr ....Nollco
Hank of Hawaii Ltd to Jose M Quin
tal et al Rol
Lucy O. Kahoano to Win Matson ...I.
Samuel Monu et all to Wm Matson. . I,
Pung Tone to Pang Chow , , US
Clinton W .Crandell and wf to Trent
Trust Co LtiK . M
J nnsmao Bllya ot ul Notice
Entered far Record Oct. 9, 1908,
Husscl A. Nowton to Lily N Eldreilgo
I.lly N Hlilreilgo to Russel A Newton.D
Kdw II r Wolters nnd wf to H M
J Alfred .Mimoon to Est of C. K n
Hooko ot al .' Hoi
L. Ilopwood, Hov. II. Poepoo, Hov.
uiu. hov. i;. s. Tlmoteo. Itev. Poal. e.
K. Llllkalunl, Hov. David Kelllplo, Hov.
i'. . Bcuuuer. Bam Kanalonl . Kane
nlll, Hov. rrank Damon. Ilov. Amos A.
Khersolo, Ilov. Soaros and several oth
"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 ttvi&i-, L.&s . 1 ,. i .
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS 4
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13. "The Little Minister"; Thursday, Oct. 15, "The
Confessions of a Literary Pilgrim": Monday, Oct. 19, "Dr. Luke of the
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oct. 21, "King Henry Tin". Season tickets for
the course may be obtained at Bergstrom Music Company, Wall, Nichols
Co., R. W. Perkins' Studio, and the Kilohana Art League. '
Pullets and Salmon
The Alameda broaght them to ns and they are fine,
fut, tender, and juicy. Put these on any Honolulu table
tomorrow and yon could entertain a king. Order Today.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
On Monday, October 5,
we will show, ex Alameda,
Ladies' 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. , .
I., B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST.
PULLETIN ADS PAY -rj
Mess you REGISTER,