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HVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., MONDAY, NOV. 2, 1008.
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The COUGH MIXTURE in drinking water and bran
mash. , ,
WORMS. This is the time of the year these begm
their deadly work. A course of our WORM POWDERS in
the feed, and the BLOOD TONIC in the drinking water
will brighten your horse un, kill the WORMS, and prevent
attacks of complaints which begin with worms.
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UNTIL LATER DATE
BUT THE OUTRIGGER CLUB WILL
He Brought Us
Heinz Dill Pickles,
Red Kidney Deans,
They're Just In.
from your Grocer.
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A ZEISS TESSAR or a GOERZ DAGOR ANASTIO.
IIATIC LENS, When fitted to a new MULTI-SPEED SHUT
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part of a second.
It makes en ideal outfit for Photographers.
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"Everything Photographic." Fort St. near Hotel.
Weekly Bulletin 81 Pe? Year
Choics FERNS, ROSES
Moses, lb . .
l Zcrbc, rf
Change in Arrangements Is Made fat
Request of Those Who Wish to Par
ticipate but Have Other Engage
ments for Saturday
This afternoon nt the Young Hotel
after n meeting of tho Ladles' Com
mittee ot the OutrlKKor Club cntei
talntncnt. It wnti decided, on the re
quest of those In cliarcc of tho Castla
Home fair, to postpono the afternoon
rfxrntfn nFrndCOfl fnr VnVpmhpr fl lltld
concentrate on tho moonlight carnl-1
al (in tnc in Boon ami me uances ni
the Seaside and Moann Hotels.
There Is also n protest from thoso
entered for the ecnliiR regatta that
thoy cannot dance In tholr wet bath
lug suite, and n request that tho re
gatta and luau be postponed until tho
next moonlight night and ghen as
Totals 1 16
IX) JIT SIIAKTHH
All. n. tlll.E.
Oakley (capt.), c 8 1 0 O
Lcmm, 3b u 1 "
McCnll, 2h S 2 2 0
llatoman. lb 5 0 O 0
Bills, It r, 0 0 1
Oongol, hi 4 0 1 1
Moran, cf 0 O 1
Rcckdahl, rf I 1 1 2
ltamscr. i I 0 1
Gl 9 B 0,
Kallhl 2 0 0 1116 1 3 IS
Ft. Shatter ... 1 0 0 0 3 0 1 0 i 9
liases on balls: Oft Ramsey, A;
struck out: by Hums, 8; Ramsey 2.
HE WANTS A MILL
Silva Issues Blanket Challenge
Any Man of En Weight
on the Island
.Inn Slim In nut for match with
housowarmlng on the occasion of I nny nmn of , , wcBnt ln tho 11
n rnnitiletlnir nf tbn new CO X 100- I . . T ,., i. i ,.
UnUS. inriJUKU Ilia lliuiiuhi:, u
the completing of tho new SO x 100
foot lanat of tho Outrigger Club.
As the ladles Interested In tho Cas
tle Home entertainment, the Country
Club members, nnd thoso jnchtlng en
thuslasts bound on a moonlight
crulno Saturday nil make the request,
tho regatta nnd luau part ot the pro
gram will be postponed and every en
ergy put Into the success of the mucin
light carnival and tho dances.
Issued a blrnkct challenge and ho
booms to be ready to go Into tho rin.5
With 'the ftrfct man that takes up lib
I SiTvn bars no ono In his challcng",
nnd nny ambitious customer who
thinks that lie' can defeat tho Punch
bowl champion will have a chanco to
go "aitor n little easy money If ho
can get it. Joe Is said to bo n pretty
The China Will Bring Great Team of
Baseball Players Here -on the Ninth.
Fhher Writes That All Is in Shape
for Fine Tour v
Mike Klnlicr nnd Ills Reach Club
All-Anicrlcnn aggregation of baseball
players will arrive here on tho China
on November 9. A letter wa3 re
ceived from him on tho 8lbcrla to
day, warning local fans to get roitly
for the descent of tho glittering g'-l-axy
of diamond stars.
That thcro will bo somo lively do
ings In the baseball world when MIKo
nrrlvcs, goes without sajlng. Tho
Reach Club comprises men wlio.to
nnmes arc nlways printed in 72-polt t
Gothic typo in tho sporting paper.)
and who call nil of the sporting edi
tors on -the mainland by their froi't
Tho mainland papers nie glvti.g
Mike nnd his aggregation n flno send
off nnd everything looks propitious
for a great Oriental tour.
It is reported that the name ot tho
Chincso Aloha baseball team may bu
changed. Several suggestions for a
new namo have been made, but If n
decision has been reached In the
matter, those In nuthority uro keep
ing cry nulet about it.
to it. The bojn give promise of more
than ordinarily good work before Ui!
winter Is over.
The ball card was a double attrac
tion, tint Giants nnd Kasles also mix
ing things. The Eagles worked Ilka
Trojans, but the Giants were able to
ork Just n llttlo harder, and tin re
sult was n 12-8 victory for them.
The joungstcrs are putting up a
mighty meritorious brand of baic-
ball. considering their years, and
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
On Monday Next, Nov. 2,
"V WE WILL BEGIN A GREAT
Those hohllufr-danco tickets will bo hnr(1 nul (() crncli nndi wtn or low, I ninny of them will doubtless develop
titled to tho free use of the t.vei.- ho wl)) 1)c ,)rojty likely to put up a Into major lenguo players before tlmy
v " ""-1- "" ----. .,, WU ,)c pro,iiy iiKeiy 10 pui up u
ty or inoro canoes placed on tho l-liivcy , iv flB,ts at 163 pounds
Kooii uir iiic inuujiiiKiii cuiiuvtii. niu itnasldc
fifty-cent tickets will therefore
elude admission to over) thing.
The pntionesscs haUng kindly con
tented to take two each of these
tickets, are requcsti-d to mako thcl
returns to Mrs. A. O. Hawcs Jr,
tt n n
NOW POR FOOTBALL
YOUNGSTERS DO STUNTS
College and High School Second
Teams Will Open Season
on Friday Next
The football season will soon bo
on In full force. On Prld.iy after
noon next the seconil teams of tint
Hlch School and Oahu College will
meet on Alexander Field nnd tho fol
lowing day the first teams of tho
to Institutions will come togcthci.
Already sonic practice has been
Indulged In by tho plnjera of both
the High School nnd Oahu Collrce,
and both teams will undoubtedly bo
In fine shape when thoy meet. TI o
second team of tho High School U
said to bo particularly strong.
As both Institutions have sernl
new men in their squads, the Initial
games will ho watched wIWi great In
terest b tho football fans of Hono
lulu. a n t
0 .Small Boys Put Up Baseball Worthy
I .f fit Jam nj1 ITav Vvn Alt-
The llullctlns put It over tho Ocean
Views to the tunc of 10-2 In :
snappy game of baseball at Atkinson
l'ark yesterday afternoon. The lads
played er good bail and they mado
the oppoalngtcam work hard tor the
two runs Ifant were Anally crcdUol
get through. Their games nro nt
trading considerable nttcntion ati.l
an effort will probably bo mado d
arrange for a scries to last through
It 8 tt
ONE-SIDED ARE MANY
FANCIES and PLAIiJ, in SINGLE DRESS PATTERNS and
BY THE YARD.
This will be a great opportunity for FANCY WORK
and PRESENTS for the near-by HOLIDAYS.
Amongst others wc will offer:
JAP SILKS, 20 inthes wide, in Black' and Red only,
at 25c yard.
' KIMONO and CUSHION SILKS, 30 inches wide, RE
DUOED FROM 75c to 55c yard.
GUARANTEED PLAIN TAFFETAS, $1.00 quality, RE
DUCED to 75c yard.
CHIFFON DRESS PATTERNS no duplicates RE
DUCED from $15.00 to $10.00 PATTERN.
REMNANTS, for fancy work, etc. All silks guaran
teed or money refunded.
UJUJ1J1BBB1W J U
NEW YORK, N. Y Oct. 31. Pol
lowing are the Intcr-Cpllcclate foot
ball scores: Stanford-Nevada, 20 to
0: Vnncoincr-Ilcrkclcy, 3 to 0J liar-tard-llrown,
6 to 2; Oregon-Idaho,
126 to 21.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FL0RIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
SHELL LEIS o
o SEED LEIS o
HOTEL STREET HEAR FORI
Our Sodas 30c per doz.
Kalihis Come Out Victorious in Rat
tling Good Ball Game at
Well, the kuhM-clad ones got it
where tho pompous sire of tho 1M-
mouth Rock clan received the dccapl
fating utensil. In their game with tho
Knllhis at Kapiolani Paik yesterday
afternoon. At the end of the ninth
Inning there were but nine runs op
posite tho names of the Port Shatter
men, while tholr opponents had fif
teen to their credit.
The soldiers played mighty good
hall, and It, was not as much of i
walk-ocr for the Kalihis as the score
would Indicate. In tho fifth Inning
tho disciples ot Mars got one move on
and tied tho score; but tho winning
streak was not In them, and they
could not keep nt It long enough tn
capturo the major proportion ot tho
Hut it was good, clean baseball
fiom start tn finish nnd tho Port
bhuftcr men took their defeat with
smiling faces and showed themsoUri
good sportsmen. They had held out
to have the game placd at the pnji.
but rather than not play at all, t.iey
gao in to tho demand of the Kalihis
when the latter Insisted on Kapio
Details in figures;
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
NUUANU AND MERCHANT
-rVTR.A.R. GURREY,Jr., begs
to announce that he has
assumed the active management
of the new firm of
Gurrey & Co., Ltd.,
"The Photo and Art Shop"
Successors to Hawaii Photo & Art Co.
Every steamer is bringing new
goods of high artistic merit and
patrons arc assured that the
Photographic, Art and Framing
Departments will be conducted
on the basis of good taste, good
value and prompt service.
933-938 Fort Street
Th. Weekly Edition of ths Tvenlng
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
the news of the day.
Bulletin ttminfa. tiffin. Phono S5S
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189, '
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It. Zorbo, If
Hums (capt.), !
Kalpo, 31 H
Hussoy, r S
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Pongee Shirt Waists
Patterns and Suits
Come and Get First Choice. SELLING FAST.
Yee Chan & Co.,
KINO ni 1BTHEL. PHONE 027.
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Bookley, Jr.
IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO VOTE, Q0 TO THE
Women's and Children's
Mr AAn'StocRof numbers we are not
pl J,UUU repeating and odd lines.
To be closed out regardless of cost
Amongst many other lines will be found
about 1000 pairs of the famous
A sample pair of every
number we are offerinr;
will be found on tables
in the Shoe Depart
ment. Never beforo
has such a chance been
offered to save money
Don't fail to Visit
the Shoe Sa !c
At the same time st ep into the other departments nnd
inspect our fine new stoc k. SALE NOW ON.
Sale Now On
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HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE.
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