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EVANINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, SATUHDAY, OCT. 10, 1908.
Another shipment of the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. We can furnish you a wheel
anywhere from $25. uo to $80. We have chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle is still the popular mount for all who
hac 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 Work.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD
OYAL 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. Nauanu 4 Merchant.
This is considered the best all-around Remedy on the market for
Hhenmatisra, Lumabo, Weak Loins, Sore Throat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
and Tendon Lameness. iji--'-i
No Stable Should Be Without It. BENSON, SMITH & CO. and
HOLLISTER keep it.
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 881. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St , Opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Big Events Planned
For Hilo New Year
HOMOLULU BALL TEAM ON THE CARD
mm m iekii
"Lenhv Is nil right. He Is a
ery clnssy boy, and that's ccr-
tain. Wo 'did some very fast
boxlhg yesterday, and ho show-
cd up ns wonderfully clever.
Yes, ho Is ns good n boxer rts
Chnrllo Rcllly." So said Young
Nolson this morning, not In
A li-.cn1.ill iranio tn Iw. h,M ho.. Tl. .l ..,. .... ?... v..'. I dODrCClallOn 10 HnV BOnSO Ol T
tween the All-Hnwnll team nnd an Day embrace three for Hawaiian-) Hellly, but In very great ml-
aggregation from Honolulu Is men- bred anlmnls, viz.: one over the miration for Leahy, with whom
tlnnpil mi nnnc tho features which hoir.ri.iL .iiatnnon nnnthur nvr . Nelson Is sparring.
nro being plnnned for tho New Year's three-quarters and u third for n njllc. Theso men havo moved their
rnces nnd sports at Hllo. Tho Hllo A half-mile Japancso sweepstake, a training quarters to tho Hca-
Tribune hag to Bay, In regard to this mllo hurdlo race, and n thrco- lttnl bt"1' house, which both
race meet: nuttrter-mlle freo for all nro Includ-i think the 1(,cnI nlnC8 of thls
Crowds of visitors from all parts ef.
of llnwnll. as well an from the other, Thcr() w a,60 ,0 n M rflcc a
Islands, may be expected In Hllo for wm horR0 rnc brmeo bugtnB and
the Now Tear holiday, the special other contcPt , But u,e norBcg that
auracuon ueing iwo iinys o i excel- may bo at ,hc track
pleasures and de
velopes your ap-
nroriatinn nF thp
We;haye KodaRs of every size and price.
If you 'haven't one a good one get one now.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co., Ltd.,
I01T 8TWJBT. " EYERYTHiyQ PHOTOQRAPHIO "
lent sport at Hoolulu Park. Under, .. ... . .. . .
tlm Rklltr.il direction of J. O-nonrka1 0lh" Popular features of tho first
and Philip Ilrughelll. tho arrange- dJf 8at"1lnu!' 'o football
city for tho purpose. They work
out oor) afternoon at 3 o clock.
EN'S 11IIIS HHIES
ments arc well In hand for such a
and baseball matches. For the foot-
gala week as Hllo has noer before I11 mat.th, ' to arranged be-
witnessed itween an All Hawaii team nnd one
Tho race program, which Includes from Honolulu, and this Is sure to
..... n.,ni, n in 1 nmi t.n "cusc much Interest. Two good
on Jan. 2d, Is ono that should pro-
teams of bascballcrs will also bo got
vide some exciting contests, that "- "i i.:..;,e
must quicken tho pulses of nil lovers ,,overs of tho national Bmo.
of good sport, and the purses of-1 ?0r Snturday, Jan. 2d. the pro
fercd nro big enough to bring out a eram' Is a long and varied one.
lot of worthy contestants. Tho mile race free to all, the
Interest will center on tho first five-eighths mile free to nil, nnd the
day in the great rnco for
chants' Stakes of $l?f0.
(nent flvo noted racers nre named, races, the two Japanese events, the
vis: Adln, Hmncr, Yolo Girl, Krolle, two Hawaiian races, nnd the 'cow
and llononlca. Tho Hllo horses, wilt pony race should also prove strong
lime man) backers nnd an honest attractions.
contest will take place for tho big I Entries for all races may be made
money. I up till Dec. !6th.
the Mor- three-quarter mile free to nil nro
For this . the leading ccnts, but tho pony
Slaok Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etc.
SAFE MOVING k SPE-
A pair of shoes tl- wars
long 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.
WM. J. WASSMAN
DIES IN KONA
W. C. l'eacocl: & Co., Ltd.,
After a three weeks' Illness, Wm. J.
Wnsguinn tiled at his homo at Knlnii-
tin, Komi, Hun all, on Snturday night,
Oct. 3. Ho would havo been 29 jcaiB
of ngu on Oct. U. Ho leaves a wife
I'lil Dm- small chllilieu. Ho was a
ion of Mr. nnd Mrs. Iludolf Wassman
one of a laiT.'J famll of brothers and
Mr Wnspin in waB n deacon of the
Central Konn church, and had grown
In be u man In lo depended upon In
vnrlnus helpful activities. Tho fun
eral took plaro ut this church on
Fundi), nnd wan ery largely attend
ed lit! had recentli helped to redec-
ornto Ilm church building, and the
chinch slitirra In tho borcuomcnt
The builiil was In, tho Knlbconat cem
terj. Tho family hnwi tho sympiithy
of the cntlro community In their great
Roller's Manager To
Meet Him In
Doctor Roller nnd Peter Ilaron,
who leave tomorrow on the Siberia
for the Coast, expect to be met at
San Francisco by Roller's manager.
Tom Carrol, who will tell them what
his plans are for tho future of the
big athlete, and tho thr?c will get
together and mature the plans. This
is tho last day on which tho old train
er will be seen about the Healnnl
boat house, nnd on which Dr. Roller
will train In Hawaiian quarters.
His visit hero has been product
Ivo of tho results which he desired,
and has been u great bucccss In Its
Handsome prizes nro offered for
the two-ball foursome which Is tn
bo held tomorrow nt Moanalua by
(he Honolulu Golf Club. Entries
closo ut 10 a. in. tomorrow on the
links, all members of tho club be
ing eligible to c ompcto. Two steins
In old copper nnd tillvcr, with pew
ter Inside, are offered tor this plu.
Training for tho regatta this week
Ib on In full blust. Tho regatta Is
to bo held ut the bench during the
visit of tho Flcot here whenever
that Is to be, and tho men who ex
pect to enter ure working out dally,
with their canoes and surfboards.
Entries will close Thursday, Oct.
IS, for the men's championship sin
gles matches, which will be played
Saturday, Oct. 17. Tho rcvont Is
open to all pin) era In tho Territory.
Tho book Is open at E. 0. Ihll &
The ElcctrlcR are pla)lng the Da-
vlea team In another gnmo of base
ball nt Aala Park this afternoon for
the commercial championship of Ho
nolulu. Tho bun.ch from Davlcs won
Joo Leahy was victimized by a
pretended drowning person jestor-
dny, who beguiled tho pugilist to a
plunge bencnth tho waves of the Pa
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
F, 0. Box 9Q1. Telephone 031.
The will of the late Glowinnl P.
Moroslnl, banker nnd art collector,
distributes his entire fortune nmong
hit five children, No nccurato esti
mate of tho Millie of tho estate, other
than that It Is more than 1500,000,
c in bo mode.
HOTEL STHEET NEAR FORI
Bulletin Business Office Fhone 268.
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhone 185.
THE COURTUND .
Is ii prlvato hotel In n quiet
neighborhood; it la newly furnished
throughout; Its bedrooms hnve boll
service und arc mosqulto-proof. Tln
tablo and scrvlco will bo especially
It Is not n largo place; wo'd rather
caro well for n few guebts than In
differently for many.
Tho Courtland will be an Idenl
homo for married people. It will
be opened Thursday, October 10th.
Phone 934; I. 0. liox 291.
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
tho Siiicilnteiideiit of Public Works
until 12 m. of Tuesday, October 20,
1903, for tho construction of n one-
story fianio Chapel for the Slsterb'
Home for Girls, nt Kallhl, Honolulu,
Oiliu, T. II.
IM tna ti ii (1 uiiOAtllnrit Iritiij nnd tii-n-
HONOLULU IRON WORKS 11 limnl me on Ala In tho office
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA- ?.r. l le Superintendent of Public
CHINERY of every capacity and de- M"',"8- ,. , , . ,
scription made to order. Boiler work , 'rl'0 Superintendent of Public
ami HtVITF.I) PIPES for IrrimUlon NMi lesenes the right to reject
Superintendent of Public Works
Depiitnient (if Piiblle WoikR, I In
iiolulu, October !), 1U08. -1127
Th ..Weekly Edition of the Evenlm
Bulletin glvss a complete summary of
)he news of the day.
Matter of Soccer Field
Discussed At Big
With five 1 leads' Represented, the
soccer league' met last evening, at
tho ScottlsnThlstle Club rooms, and
held 'an Informal discussion, In the
mntter of a field on which the games
could bo, held this season was tho
principal' matter of Interest which
came up. A good deal of enthu
siasm was shown, and tho whole af
fair lookeii vt'ry encouraging fur tho
game this 'season.
Teams represented were the Dia
mond Heads, Punahous, Malle Illmas
Rapid Transit men, and Y. M. C. A.
Dnctiir K. II. Hand of the Y. M.
C. A. stated that ho had been out
to look over tho Do) a' Field, and was
not prepared to btato absolutely that
it was tho place at which to hold
tho gnmcs, but asked that u com ml t
tco be appointed to look this field
oter for tho league. The HaBoball
Park wag suggested by another rcp
rcsontatlvo present, but the objec
tion was raised that the ball trus
tees would not permit this. It was
suggested thnt they had formed their
conceptions of tho destructive pow
ers of football on the turf from a
wild west show held at tho ball park
and It was further suggested that
n committee might persundo tho trus
tecs that football shoes are no more
destructive than baseball cleats. It
was finally decided to appoint 'a com
mltteo to put tho matter before the
baseball trustees In a proper light.
The mntter of limitations on tho
part of tho Rapid Transit men was
brought lip. They want to be sched
ulcd for tho first games right through
no that they will be ablo to "get to
work on time, and it was unofficially
stated last evening that this couldj
probably bo done nil right.
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES
The Auto Livery will from this
dnte reduce all automobile wotk 25
per cent. 1 pasHcnger Inside city
limits Punahou St., Wyllle St. or
Kamehameha Schools, GO cents; call
ing or shopping 13 por hour; contin
uous driving $S per hour; $4 second,
S3 for third. Around Island 140. E.
H. LEWIS, Proprietor. Tel. No. G.
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13, "Th Little Minister"; Thursday, Oct. 15, "The
Confessions of a Literacy Pilgrim"; Monday, Ooi 19, "Or. Luke of the
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oct. 81, "King Henry vm". season newts lor
the course may be obtained at Bergstrora Music Company, Wall, Nichols
Co., . W. rerHn's' Studio, and the Kilohana Art League.
ECLIPSE LONG BOAT
United States Shipping Commis
sioner Almy received a letter recont-
ly from Washington, In which it
wns stated that It was found as a
result of Investigation at San Fran
cisco that the long boat of tho foun
dered ship Eclipse,- which arrived
with fourteen men at Hana on Jan
uary 27th last, was nql'. unseawor
thy. Mr, Almy Is forwarding to
Washington substantiation of origi
nal charges of unseaworthiness, In
tho form of aflldaUts, from tho sur
vivors and from W. O. Aiken, deputy
collector of customs at Kahulul, to
the effect that tho boat was" absolute
ly unsenworthy, nnd practically foil
to pfoccs on arrival at Hana, after
having been held together by moans
of canvas, ropes, and spun) am.
On January 11, 1908, the Eclipse,
bound from Newcastle for the Coast,
was in a sinking condition 9S0 mWes
north of those Islands. Captain Lar
son 'ordered the men to take to tho
booats. Thoy got away In the long
boat nnd tho captain's gig, but short-
I) after tho gig capsized, and six
teen mon were crowded Into the long
boat, which shortly began to go to
pieces. It was -'bound together In
sorno fashion, until, after 16 days,
In the course of 'which two of the
men died from exposure and lack of
proper food', the party arrived at
Hana. Here, the ribs of tho boat
wcro found absolute) so old that
they would not hold nails.
Pullets and Salmon
The Alameda brought 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
Has Left.Punohbowl For The
purposes a specialty. Particular at-.""5 or "" "J1
tentlon paid to JUil wukk, ana re
pairs exeouted at shortest notice.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
seZted Stoddard-Dayton seJted
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT V0H HAMM-YOUNQ OARAGE. FHONE 200.
A CUREABL DISEASE
Eminent Physicians and Scientific
Men Agree That Should be
Treated as Such
Drunkenness Is a progressive dls-
easo; the moderate drinker Is not sat
isfied with two or three drinks a day,
tho craving for more and more bo
comes Irresistible as tho disease ad
vances; tho result Is Chrohlc Alcohol
ism. . '
tho treatment used successfully by
thousands right In their own l)ohies Is
Orrlnc. It Is a scientific "cure (or
t)runkennoss nnd has glen stich uni
versal satisfaction that It, Is1 sold nnder
a positive guarantee, to effect 'a cure
or our money will be refunded. ThU'
cuaranlee 1b given In good faith und
Is carried out to the letter. Orrlne Is
not a new rcmed) ; It has been sold by
the leading druggists tn ocry city for
years. It has lifted tens of thousands
from tho depths to worthy manhood'
and has tho hoatry endorsement of
grateful mon and women In cery state
In the Union.
Orlmo No. 1 la tho Bcciet remod);
Oirlne No, S, Is for those willing to
tako tho ti eminent. Either foim costs
11.00, The guarauteo Is tho same in
either case. Write to Tho Arrlno Co ,
Washington, U. C, for freo booklet on
Drunkenness, mailed In plain teuled
envelope. Orrlne will be mailed scaled
on receipt of pilco, Hold In lcndlnri
-iiriiggiitis nun in tins ell) liy Honolulu
Drug Co, Fort Btrcet.
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
AH sizes, from 23 waist measure
to extra large sizes up to 34
waist. Stylishly cut, up-to-date,
fc at$2, $2.75, $3, $3.50
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO OUR STOEE.
L. B. Kerr fe Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST.
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