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lawn freely tliis month, so that when
the winter rains come you can get the
best results. We have Forcccrowth
and 100 pound bags
directions on each bag.
The Lawn Mower, Rake, Yard
Broom and other tools that you need
to help the Forcegrowth make the lawn
E.O.Hall & Son.,
can also be
Great Sport Marks
Opening of Series
First Game Under the Auiplces of the Kalanlanaole' League Draws Big
Crowd to Aula Park Fern Pitches First Ball and Band Plays Serenade.
Two Snappy Games of Baseball Famish Plenty of Amusement to a Vast
and Hnppy Crowd of Sunday Enthusiasts
AA1AS PUT IT OVER
C. A. C. AGGREGATION
Wholesale and Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses and Dogs.
Consultations Personal or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
H. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening to Dec. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them pat
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
Wc do expert shoe repairing by machine. Leave your
old shecs with us and wc will have them repaired strongly
and neatly within fifteen minutes for you. We use only
the best materials. S'iccs look us good as new.
VICKER'S whole soles and hceh $2.00
VICKER'S half soIm and heels $1.25
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING and BETHEL STS.
New Woolen Sweaters
ALL FAST COLORS JUST ARRIVED,
Children's Romper Suits
Yee Chan fe Co.,
KING AND BETHEL. PHONE 627.
you save money, i
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The Knlnnlanaolo League opened Its season nt Anta Turk
Kilcrday with fljlng colors. There was a rrconl ntlendnncc, ev
er) thing went oft smoothly anil ho fans departed, thoroughly
satisfied. Mayor-elect Tern pitched tho flnst hall ocr the plate
and the formalities, generally considered necessary In such
cases, "wen) nil compiled with.
Two games were pla)ed. In the first the Japanese Athletic
Club defeated the Twilights, while In the second tho Chinese
Athletic Club fell before the onslnught of the Aalns. There
were a good many errors ull around, but the play was spectacu
lar and pleased the onlookers.
Twelve to seven was the final fccoi'o
In tho second game, ,ttrc Aalas get
ting tho long end and the C. A. C, tho
short. The Aalas had the best of
the argument all the way through.
Honors were about oven as far ns er
rors went, each side registering six,
bdt there the similarity ended,
The Chinese did not begin to play
the gamo that they have In times
gone by nnd almost from the begin
lilng It was a foregone conclusion
that the Aalas would bag tho major
portion of the runs.
The fielding of the Aalas was re
markably good. Drcler managed to
rend soven men to the bench on
strlkc-outs. though he allowed flvo
linen to wnlk as a sort of offset.
The Chinese: tallied a run for every
bnso hit, but they could not get
through'enough hits. -
Fans vslio turned out expecting
some good ball at Aala Park jester-
day afternoon wertf not disappointed.
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The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
I Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and it prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
uay afternoon were not nisappomicu. SUMMAHY. Two-base hits: 8a- LjSj" ", " "J
Tho magnates of tho Knlanlnnaolo 'k10i onani WIntcr Ka. P"" ng Of 7nuL
League delivered nil that they prom
lecd nnd then threw In n little for
good measure. There wcro two mi
lling good games; In one of them the
Japanese Athletic Club put It over
the Twilights, nnd in tho second tho
Aalas beat the Chinese Athletic Club.
According to the promises made,
the league had a big array of nota
bles on hand to start things going.
Joseph Kern, he who defeated Lauo
for tho Mayoralty, was on hand to
pitch tho first ball, llergcr and his
band were also there, and bursts of
enthusiasm were Interspersed with
blares of music.
There was a brief parade of the
distinguished big-hugs, tholr faces
were recorded on the sensitized sur
face of n dry Plato, and then tho
bunch got down to business.
The line-up of the notables was
Fern, pitcher; Mariposa, catcher;
Kong, first base; Prcstldge, second
base; Vlcrra, third base; Tin Chong,
Alto prices and samples of the
Very Latest jn Engraved Cards,
Invitationt, in the bwt of form
for tmart functions.
haawlnul. Three-base hit; Plmen
tal. llase on balls; Off Joseph, 2;
Fuller, S; Goto, 2. Struck out: by
Joseph, 2; Fuller, 2; Uoto, 3; Sue-
naga, 7. Wild pitches: Joseph, Go-1
to. Pasicd bulls: M. Jraeph, Utakl. FREAKS OF THE MALE ANIMAL
Double Dims: Matsutchl to Junlchl: I ...
n.-i,- . ... n-i m.. 11. "Funny, Isn't It?" "What!" "Call a
.. .. ...... . ' ' man levelheaded nnd he's pleased;
oum. umpire: i-ci. rcrnanucz. scor bu, ca hlm nat.hca(, nn(I ho.
cr: Wt T. Ilaposo. , knock ou down." Boston Transcript.
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WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
On Monday, the 16th,
WE WILL PLACE ON
A LIMITED NUMBER OF OUR ;. '
French and Irish
Pure Linen, embroidered, reduced from
$15 to $10
Heavy Linen, embroidered, reduced from
$18 to $13.50
French Lawn, handsomely embroidered,'
reduced from $35 to $20
3 Lace Robes, 2 Cream, and I Black, re
duced from $40 to $1.5 '
New Season Flannelettes,
1 5c to 20c yard
Hur"hr .preached for Mr. Wlilto on
Sunday. On Saturday night they had
a reception for Company L at Mr.
Lahnlna, Nov, 4, 1908.
Editor of the Evening Hullo
Dcnr 8lr: There was a meeting
for the Democrats on Wednesday
evening. There was u reception at
Mr. Hennlng's place. They had led
AUo Public School,
Nov. Gth, 1908.
Mr. W, It,, IJirrlngton.
Dear Br:r-I hopo you will be glad
t ill'lll II Vlll ,llld VUI 0.tlVJI J M . .. JJHaI.... .. l I. .!..
shortstop; Vincent nt the bat. rcr- has been , cleaned every day and so Cmn)any u of Laha,n.f Mrs. ,,08e
niuiur u ii. """ " !-..., ...w -. -"-i,,,j ,. iBn nri .nniB f (hn
nicely, only sorry to say that wc have .."'. ' . ...
. . .. i ivuviivin nitur uviihi " r iauv
came to our school on Thursday.
Mayor Pitches First Ball " ce" ' W to say inai wc nave
The first ball, pitched by the May-P l muc,h, w"ler WB8te ,or 0UT r'l
llVfi. II IIJITO iU IM1D UUI VVUlVi lUi
drinking. Tho children are expect
ing to hte Mr- King boon.
or-elect, could not be any stretch of
tho Imagination lie called a strike.
Tcrnandcz looked at It askew for a
Kccond, nnd then decided that oen
Vincent could not be called out on
any such pitching as that.
The next time I'crn had better
luck, and sent ii ball over the plate i
which, b nil of the laws of the
game, should hac been a strike. Vln
I am glud'rto tell sou that I am
attending tho Sunday school ccry
Sunday. Mf(? Hii Is our teacher; tho
children seem to bo happy. Mrs. IIu
has given out somo Christmas songs
and Christmas versca to tho children
to istudy; tho children feel so happy
cent didn't mo It that way, however. I ,n ,n "k ,1,nl '" 'ne flr,8t tln' tmf
and. ratrhlng the whlwlng sphcie "p !"lV0, 'M?'0? '"
on the end of his big club, he fent '"; "rch- think this Its all I cm
It skedaddling out Into tho field.
Then It was decided that tho foi
mnlitles had been fully compiled with
and tho team was retired to tho
Tho flrst gamo was between tho
Japanese Athletic Club and the Twi
lights. It wns pretty good ball frum
the spectators' standpoint, though
there were more errors than are con
tell )ou this time. I remain,
Their names are Mr. and Mrs. II urn
ham. Mr. and Mrs. Ilurnham are liv
ing at James Campbell park. Many
of the school children have mumps.
Mr. White Ib going to turn the Now-,
leln house around for Mr. and Mrs.
Ilurnham. Mr. IHirnhara preached
for Mr. White on Sunday.
Aloe Public School,
Nov. 4th, 1908.
Dear Karrlngton: I hope you will
be glad to hear from me. I will tell
j on what wo arc tr)lng to do. Wo
are making uso of our books every
da at school. The pupils are so
sldered good form In the best bate- jhnpp to think that they lmo new
hnll society, rno sunuown youins
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HAT8
Of All Kinds.
started business In a manner that
foretold of victory to omo. Pnr once
the foretelling business was much to
the bad, howexer, and victory cnnin
In the first inning tho Twilights
chalked up threo runs and their sup
books to read every day
Wo are cleaning our garden every
da J, hut we children are so sorry that
we cannot waste our drinking water
for our plants. Wo children are be
ginning to go to Sunday school every
Sunday. Our teacher, Mrs. IIu,
comes to teach us In Sunday school
porteis got loony. The Japanese inerc are many ennaren wno go to
could do nothing and there began to,8"""!")' school, and they all seem to
be talk of a shut-out. In the second,
tho J, A, C.'s changed things n little.
They shut out the Sundowns und
planked two tallies opposite their
own location on the score card. In
the next they added six more of the
necessary marks to their score nnd
things begun to look black for tho
Then began the see-sawing busi
ness. Tho fourth Inning saw the J.
A. C. bunch shut out, while the Twi
lights slid five men across the pinto.
Tho scoro Btood eight nil and things
were decidedly Interesting.
During the other fle Innlngi the.
bnek-and-fnrth business wns kept up,
but the end of the ninth saw twelve
runs chalked up for the J. A. C.
while the Twilights could muster but
Huns nnd base hits by Innings;
j 2 n 4 r. fi 7 s n
Japanese 02 600 130012
II. II 115 0002 1 010
be. happy. Wo are preparing new
songs and Christmas verses for Christ
mas. We have our Sunday bchool
about 10 to 11 o'clock.
Yesterday was the election day.
I went to sea tho election. Many peo
ple came there, too. 1 hope this will
bo enough for mo, so I must closo
and remain, Yours truly,
, AIIIOAIL. K1KEONA.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
Lahuina, Maul, Nov, 4, 1908.
IMItor of the Evening Hullo
1 1 n , Honolulu.
Dear SJr; Mr. and Mrs, Ilurnham
visited bur school on Friday before
noun. On Saturday night there was
a reception at Mr. Hennlng's house.
On Monday morning u big fish wns
plujlng in front of the schoolhoiue.
Tuesday "Vqb the birthday of the
' ' ' Yourd truly,
Lahalna, Nov? 2, 1908,
Hdltor jof the Evening 11 u 1 1 c -tin,
Dear Sir; Thursday Mr. and Mrs.
Hurnhnm came to islt our school.
The soldiers had n shooting match
on Sunday afternoon. On Monday
morning wi saw n big slunk. Tuck-
da) wns n holiday on nrcniint of tho
lliuiieror of Jnpnn'ri blithdny.
Lahalna, --Nov. 4, 1908,
Editor of the' Evening II u I 1 or
tin, Honolulu. '
Dear Sir: Mr. and Mrs. Ilurnham
lsltcd the Lahuina school on Friday
On Monday morning thero wns a
big fish right In front of our school.
Tuesday was the birthday of Ja
On Saturday night there was a re
ception at Mr. Hennlng's place.
Tho Supremo Court this morning
handed down a decision in tho enso of
Itoso Martello v. Antone Martello,
confirming tho decision of Judge Lind
say when ho refused to grant a libel
for dlvorco on tho grounds that a
11 bo cannot bo brought In any other
circuit than that In which tho couple
last lUcd as man and wlfo.vThe fol
lowing Is tho syllabus of the decision:
Divorce Jurisdiction: A libel for
dhorco cannot bo brought In a circuit
other than that In which tho parties
last Ihed togethor br man and Wife,
notwithstanding a waiver of all Juris
The Pacific Mail lluor Mnnchutla,
bound from San Francisco to the, Or
ient, mado fast at tho Hackfeld wharf
shortly after 10 o clock this morning.
Tho ship brought a largo number of
rassengers, somo freight, BnJ.two
fla)' mall. A pleasant trip, wholly
without Incident, Is reported bv tho
officers of tho ship. The storms,
nhlch hao caused noma of tho liners
trouble during the past few weeks.
uero escaped by the Jlanchurla,,
Ohm mill on the Bxchanco tnrlnv
for $5 n shuie, h rise of 60 cents since
the Inst sale. Stock brokers believe
lliat tnteslora are going to tnko up
the lower priced stockB in tho near
inline, and that the prices of these aro
due to ilso as a consequence.
J, D. Dnughart) (Jimmlo), who was
taken to the Qnocn's Hospital Satur-
aay lor treatment, Is reBtln? easily
mm in iii:iii'iiny llnprOMMl. Ih nil
moiil Ii.ih nnl jol niinelenllf nm
Mr. gri'HBi'il to penult of diagnosis.
CHESTER DOYLE 10
Will Be The-e Month
Longer Than Was
Spch u lucky (jhap Is that Chester
Dayle! First he gets it loely trip
to cherry-blossom land, nnd now ha
Is told to stay ocr thero for anex
tra month tn enjoy himself. Of courso
tho authorities do not put Jt that
way, but thnt doesn't mnko much
difference, Clict will remain In Ja
pan for another month in order that
arrangements may be completed
whereby ho can clap tho "como'
alongs" on Abe, the absconder. The
following cablegram from Washing
ton explains the situation:
Washington, Nov. 14, 1908,
Tho Governor of Hawaii, Honolulu:
Following telegram received 'from
Embassy nt Toklo today: "Officer
Doyle has nrrhed, papers presented
to Japanese Minister for Forolgn Af-
fairs, who will transmit thorn to tho
local court nt Dalny to docldo ns tn
whether prima fnelo caso Is mndn. If
In the affirmative, Japnncso Govern
ment will deliver tho prisoner, Yoko
hama. This will be In about a
month. Officer remains hore' mean
ELIHU HOOT. k
Tht Weekly edition of th Evening
Bulletin gives a complete aummiry of
the news of th Qy.
CRYING NEED FOR
' JAIUT KAILUA
Grand Jury Investigates
After bringing In a large number
of Indictments, among, them being
two against Senator-elect David K.
Hakcr for embezzlement, the Grand
Jury on Hawaii Investigated tho Jail
nt Kullnn, and had the following re
port to mnko: '
"Your Grand Jurors hand here
with tholr nnal leport of their pio
cccdlngs anil say that, after conclud
ing the lncstlgat!on of the criminal
cases presented them, Included In tho
lartlaj report filed October the 10th,
in08,rthoy Investigated tho condi
tion of the Jail at Kallua, and find
that It Is In such condition that tho
detention of criminals there Is. at
tended with great danger of their es
cape. Tho bulldliig Itself Is old and
should bo condemned, as there Is dan
ger of Its collapse. 'When It happens,
as Is often tho case, that persons
charged with folonlcs aro detained
There, not only Is thero danger of
their escape, but also that other
crimes will be committed by them in
securing their liberty.
I, "We would, therefore urge that Im
' mediate steps be taken to secure a
building that will meet tho require
ments of this circuit, "and will bo
constructed of suitable materials."
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