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EVnNlN'O IIULMSTIN, HONOMIMT. T. II., S Tf IIOAV. NOV. 7, IQflfi,
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M 11 lrnnr
' y w u i
lawn freely this month, so that when
the winter rains come you can get the
Best results. We have Force-growth
m25 5 and 100 pound hags with
printed directions on each hag.
The Lawn Mower, Rake, Yard
Broom and other tools that you need
to help the Foreegrowth make the lawn
furnished by C.U,fil8lS (& jOD.,
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SECOND TEAMS PLAY
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AND ' HIGH
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HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses' and Dogs.
Consultations Persona! or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
H. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
Opening Game of the Season Shows
Fine Team Work and Promises Well
for Great American Garni; No Grand
Stand Playing Attempted
Nothing tn nothing was the score
nt tliu vliil nf n closely-iontested gnme
fought on Alexander l'leld yesterday
nflcrnroii between tlio second teams
of O.ilui College Hud the IIIrIi BehiM.I.
1 The game was characterized by con
sistent team work and was nn oxnm
llo or really excellent team worlc.
Ilotli elovonis were nf about einial
stiength and but one tlmu was I hero '
any Immediate prospect of a score.1
That was near the end of the first'
half, when fall of the High School I
picked up the ball which J.iinea bad
tumbled on a foiward pass ami ear-!
lied It acro Oahu's line. Tlio IIIkIi
School boys began to shout "Touch-
down," but the forward-pass-fumblo
rule gavo tho ball to the nien from
At no other time was the O.ihu
goal lino beilously threatened, though
Tho only thing that Is correct
about tho 'TUcr man's ioli w of
the baseball situation In tho
' Newspaper League Is the stand-
lug of the teams. Tho tlullo-
tin's exalted position at Nn. 2
counting uphill Is right
and. correct. Hut the team has
placed nil of Its game' Its !
: standing In settled. In the ined- '.
: ill play the llulletlii men still
v; hae a chance, howeer John !
Nasclmentn Is, so Inr, Ihe top
man In lino for the batter's
YET HAVE CHANCE
WILL FIGHT CAMPAIGN ANEW ON
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. THE BECKLEY CUP
This pure milk hii been giving perfect satisfaction to
thousands of families for jcars.
It is now more popular than ever. Its Purity, natural
flavor, and keeping qualities letommend it to the careful
housewife. Order it frtm jour gioccr.
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It's EASY to earn KODAKERY. Let us show you
some of our fins Kodaks. We have every size.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic." ' Fort St. near Hotel.
A smoke for smokers who smoke good cigars, and don't
care whetlier they cost 5c or 25c.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
DISTRIBUTORS. , '
Tender Meats and
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
COMMITTEE DECIDES.YACHT WAS
WINNER OF RACE-
Action of Authorities in Cnllinr Con
test "No Man's" Is Overruled and the
In the set nml half the Punahou men Treasured Trophy Is Handed Into tha
Kept the nigh School lads eternally ,KeclllnK of victorious Skipper
on Ihe qui lve
o prcent a srore.
As the game was In tlio nature of
a try-out for. both teams, theie were
wovcinl iluinges made In tho line-up
at the end of tho second half. As far
as thu College wao considered, somo
btrongth was eldently gained by the
substitutions, though It would lie a
dllflcult matter to plcl, out any par
ticular wcaknesres In tho line-up dur
ing tho Ilrst half.
During the first half OjIui's great
est we.iUn-i seemed tn ho a tenden
cy to fumblo at critical times. Sev
eral forward passes went wiong bo
cauac Oahu men mold not keep their
lingers on the plgliln and It looked
as though 11 lltllu straight catching
practice mlglit bo to tho advantage) of
Another weakness, 'which becaino
nppaient onto or twlio on both sides,
was the lack of certainty In tackling
uud the Inability of the men tn Iciva
tho ground. Tho dummy might assist
In obviating this trouble.
Hut nil tho criticisms that any nuu
might mal.o tould be but with tho
hope of making two good teams Into
heller ones. Tho play was clean and
ipoilsniunllka and, above all, showed
that tho players wcie nullo ready to
subordinate peiMiuul ambition to tho
welf.iio of their respective elevens.
lhero wcru nn attempts at "grand-
I Tho unfortunate coutioeisv over
tho lleckley Cup race, held on Juno
21 last, has been settled by the Uc
(.'ntta Commlttco of the Hawaii Vacht
Club, tho trophy being awarded tn
tho aclit IIcIcup.
1 Tho mlbiiiiileistoudlug wns due tn
tho fact that, when the lompetlng
jachts leiichcd lllamond Head on tho
I day of tho race, the st.-iKc-lio.it was
I.ot there. There was some delay
before a st.ikc-boat was stationed
and, in conscquonce, the race wim
'called "No Man's" by the lommlttce.
I Tho following correspondence be
tween thnso conierncd In tho attilr
oxntalns the DOhttlnn of nil ami unities
matters clear- lnsou. I). V. Audi
"An-- ! Mr ' T ummoi- iin.ii-. ir, V. C. Wilder.
Sir: 1 Irnvo Just been Informed by
two membera of the Hawaii Yacht
Club that thu acht llelcnu won thu
laco for tho llecMe nip b two min
utes corrected time allowanrp on
Juno 21 Inst but, by nn arbitrary
ruling of the chairman of the regatta
lommlttee, tho laio was declared ill
without written pink-jt of Iriegular
Itles bynny jncht's ciipt.iln. If tho
abovo facta are coned, tho yacht lie.
lene Is entitled to the cup this )ear.
Youm truly (signed) Tied. Whitney,
"August 19, 1'ied. Whitney i:i.,
Cleek and Driver Will Take the Place
of the Ballot, nnd Cohorts of the G.
0.. P. Will Help Mournful Ones to
Victory An Interesting Layout
The Republicans and Democrats!?)
will light It out on tho golf links of
tho Oahu Country Club this nfter
noon. Thomas CHI will captain tho
O. O. 1. aggregation, while to II. II.
Ulffnrd will fall tho tnik of leading
to victory tho dlsdplcs of tho Snau
of tho l'lntte.
Whether or not tlio hoodoo which
has been following the Peerless (5 no
niouhd for'the past twelve jenrs will
do the shadow net for the local Jef
fcrsonltcs remains to bo seen.
Whether there lots bee!! :i rh.lllCO
of h'l.irt on the 'part of tonic folk
felnce cle-tloo, or whether there Is a I
tcr.uo icy to give the unfortunate
one3 11 chance, may be lonsldercd an I
open ruicEtlim; at any rate, I'rlnie I
Cupid appear, on the roster of the
Democrats for this afternoon's game.
I That phi) will bo cltM there Is 110
doubt, and If Uemn-rutle Icadcis on
1 the malnlnnd caro to get nunc point
ers 011 victorious campaigning they
will do well tn get a powerful telo-
'tiopo and watch tho result of loil.i'a
match from Pike's Peak.
' The players this afternoon will be
lined up In the following array:
I Itepubllcam, -- Tims. (1111 leapt. ).
I Armstiong, W. Hlnjpson, II. C. Cal
ler, 12. .1. Waterman, .1. IJ. dallies, C.
S. Weight, A. I.'. i:wart. S. Heard
more, W. Woo.l, .1. D. .Melnerny, P.
I,. Ilnrwood, H. Waldron, !'. T. P.
Wntcrhouse, II. Spencer, J. l'arwcll,
II. A. Walker, J. (1. Spencer.
I Democints II. II. (lirfiird (rapt ).
H. II. Angus. II. II. Walker, .1. O.
Vouug, .lohii nvnus, I'. llnlstead, I'.
M Campbell, I-'. ('. Smith. M A Itob-
Anilerson, AV. W. Th:i-
. S. .Mnhaiilu. II.
I' Wlchni.in. Prlnco Cupid, M. Phil
lips, O. 1'. DaMes, I'. I,. Waldion.
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. FOOTBALL TODAY
.Theo. H. Divhs & Co., Ltd,, J
HOLIDAY SHOPPINO MADE EASY nt
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening to Dec. 21.
COME EARLY. Select your goc-ls nnd have them put
nwsvy for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Coisitei,
P. 0. BOX 827.
Weekly Bulletin SI PerYefr
"Pongee Sbirt "Waists
Patterns and Suite
Come nnd Get First Choice. SELLING TAST.
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KING and IETHEL. PHONE 027.
stand" pKivs, such as ficniicut many '. " '"" l'"'"'" " "'n '
football games at thu bcclunliii; ..r si"10 a,,lt "'ene. In 10 llecKley uiri
Above all .the game ilomoiistrntcd
that tho piostrlbcd mass plnya uiu
not nccessarj in make tho game of
nf June LM.'IUOS, Is at hand, in re
ply I beg tn ndvlso ou that the mai
ler wIJI bo biibmltted tn (lie dlreclorj
of tho Hawaii Yach' Club nt n iiicct-
Inter-iolleglato football lutvrcstlng 'an o nom vry boon, lours very
and exclllnu ' I truly (signed ) Chas. T. Wilder."
Tho llnc-up of tho teams was as
Hlglf Sihool Awal, lc; Janiua,
It.; .Mock Sin, l.nnilo, lg.; Pratt, e.;
II.iiiU, ig ; Pall, Walker, Kaulukuii,
ft.; Divls. ie.: Mari-illllnn, q.: Ilosa,
ill ; Hoe, Pull, Hi ; Norton, lb.
Puiiiihnu Wlllfong, Mon Yin, Ie.;
(irnri-us II ! fln, Oti njw.l.l llliwl ,
1 ir mill, ,. omiii, viihi,,nin - . ym-lit llolene,
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Paly, Choy, it.; Iloogs (capt ), ie.; 1
'Not. I, Mr. Cluis. T. Wilder, Dear
1 Sir: In answer to ouis of October
J 1 lb 10 protest of Captain Whitney It
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1 mi iiiu it.'i;iie 1 III', iwJMlil Mlliu Llllll.
I tho iindcrslgneil uimmltleu met and,
1 after cniefully considering tlio mat
ter, have derided unanimously to mis
tuln Captain Wliltiu s protest and
award the cup for this jear tn tho
Youm lespectfully I
(signed) II. P. Ilotli. Jaiuea 1'. .lae-
llnnd, llltchtock. 11 ; Ta)lnr. rh.j Wn'" i1'"1-'.."' "' u'l",uft' u'K'"t'' """"HI
cox, lioss, IU.; White, Audrcson, fli.
Lyman and Hire, unipiio and rcf
eiee: Chaijcs William I.ucas Jr., Hen
rj Chllllngworth and Watson llallen
t)ne. linesmen. "
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YACHT CRUISE IS OFF
Inability of All the Skippers to Par
ticipatc Necessitates Change
in Cluh's Plans
Thero will bo no crulso of tho Ha
waii Yacht Club to Wnlanno this aft
ernoon. The Inability of somo of the,
yuUit-owncra to be piesent cut tho
number of craft that could partici
pate down to low that it would hnvo
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First Teams of Oahu College and the
Hii-h Schcol Will Struggle for
The arrangement of tho llrst so- '
lies of football games between Oahu!
College and the High School could I
not b bettered. Yestciday 1111 ox-1
c client game between tlio becond
teams of the two liiKtltutlons whetted ,
cvcr.wino'H uppftito (or football; to-!
ilaj Hint appetite will be, to a icr-
taln extent, satisfied by a game be-1
twieti the llrst eleiens.
If thu Hist learn men play ns mm li
better ball than the second team as 1
might leiiMinably bo expected, they '
will put up an exhibition of spoil
that miW satisfy tho most ciltlcal. I
The elcve.is me iniupobcd of tho bet
men In thu College and High Sihool; 1
remains to bo teen how the team
woik will compaio with that seen
There Is no doubt hut that this
nftei noon's game will uttrnct a good
attendance, and theio Is likewise an
doubt but that thoio who go will bo
treated tn 11 good gamo or football.
l'i llinvlng Is the, line-up of tho two
elevens for HiIj ulteriioon'H gamo'
Punil.oit-Chl llul l'nrni. Ie.; AM-'
nu, It.; Austin, lg.; Henry Illnd, c;
1 BMf J? P1 " J- Ji !' ' J V Li1 t!.'g "ij!1 ' " ' J !! T? mm "" ml " I L" iSTZ-t'l".'
Women's and Children's
Stock of numbers we are not
repeating and odd lines.
been Impoislblo In accomiumlate all ' '"' "'! lHtchcock.it.; Do llret
who had planned In go along, nnd
It was decided better to call tho
crulso off, than be (orred In disap
point nn) one.
On Just what dale tho crulso will
bo mailo has not et been decided,
but It Is thought hardly probablo
that It will be this month. A erulsj
of tho Impoitnnco of the Waluniio
trip nccesbliales eonsnlorablo work
In tho way of preparation and 1,011111
tlmo Is needed to get things Into
tevlllc, 10.; W. Desha, n,; Krnbor, rh.;
I.) man (capt.), lb.; I.nta, fb. j
High School Ingalls, o.; Kulun, i
It; II. Chllllngworth, lg.: A. White, i
v ', Itlckard, ig.; Siiffery, it.; An-,
drewa, re ; King, i ; Klied-npt ), ill ;
McCamllcss, Hi.; M. Kuwiimoto, lb.
jj a ji
To be closed out regardless of cost
Amongst many other lines will be found
about 1000 pairs of the famous
MgJPiaKgfflhWIMW'lllllilll III ill 111 il
yglT BULLGTIN ADS PAY -nj
By the Hour or Trip
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AT VON HAMM-Y0UNG OARAGE.
If secretaries or accredited lcnre-
scntativca of, athletic clubs(and kin
dred organizations will make it .1
point to send a list of their propostd
events to the Sporting Editor of the
Bulleti'n, it will simplify mut
ters greatly nnd will insure all lc-
gitimate sports news being made pub
lic. Where n representative of the'
Bulletin has not been seen at a
game or other sports event, some rep
resentative of tho organization or
dub conducting the event should
communicate with the Bulletin.
that there may be n full account and
score published. Address communi
cations to The Spniting Editor,
E v e 11 i n g B it 1 1 e t i 11 . ' I
.Additional Sporting News on Page 5
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, Hear Admiral liidhdi) mx P ilf
Ic Co,it will hao two giont uax il
A sample pair of evciy
number wo arc oiTonng
will be found on tables
in the Shoe Depart
ment. Never lWoro
has such a chance been
offered to save money
Don't Fail to Visit
the Shoe Sale
At the same time step into the other departments nnd
inspect our fine new stock. SALE NOW ON.
Sale Mow On
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