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nVENtN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, NOV. 17, 1008.
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lawn freely this month, so that
the winter rams come you can
nest results. We have Forccurowtli
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j, ) w iinw i ww ijwuiill Mill's
printed directions on each hag.
The Lawn Mower, Rake,
Broom and other tools that you
to help the Force-growth make the lawn
c.n.1.0 be E. 0- Hall &
furnished by '
SPOUTS BY THE
SOLDIER PUG IS
AFTER A MATCH
SHAFTER MAN ISSUES
SOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
If there lie tiny Iii (1 nbout win)
fights at 11 weight In tlic neighbor-
hood of lfiO putinds. now It the 1 1 1110
fur Mill to 101110 forward. Soldier- FORT
Miller or Poll Shatter feels tlio call
to lumbal sizzling In Ills veins anil
lie would mightily lll.o to try con-
I lllulmiil llf C I ! 1,1111m IllluV't i1l ft III tllfltl
In Kwirch uf honor nn.l n.lvunccnicnt. WiU Takc on Any Man in ljl"
Miller's challenge ilngs true, nnd It ands Whose Weight Does Not Ex
sounds us though lie were really ceed One Hundred and Sixty Pounds,
talking because lie wants to light Would Fight Thanksgiving Eve
nml not meiely to hear the pleasing
sound of his own local apparatus. If sonic of the ambitions fighters .
Now If mhiio of these people that 1 who linvo been tiring out promtscu-1
want to light xo hailly, nml feel so oils challenge) during the past few.
disappointed because they can get
no mills, will drop the soldier 11 line,
they are likely to he accommodated.
Wholesale and Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses and Dog?.
Consultations Personal or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
I!. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
weeks really want a mill, thoy havo
only to call on Frank Miller nt Port
Shutter. Miller places 100 pounds
as the Weight limit, but does not
specify whether weighing In shall
he done at the rlugsldo or earlier on
I.ate dispatches from New Haven
Innl n ll In..) n. (Ii.il.f.li ffitd nlf.lit
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piovc a minimi jour as inr as looi-.me uiiy 01 me nun.
I ball Is concerned. Hut n shoit time There has been but little talk tit
befoie the great Springfield contest any fistic activity here since Smith,
It was thought wine, after n confer-1 Ilellly, nnd Leahy left, though the.
ence of the toadies, to switch seven brief visit of liner Unliolz set the
men on the varsity team fiom nun fans to thinking. A miscellaneous
position to another, and to lcllru
four men entirely. The coaches
doubtless know what they are about,
I but to the man nt n distance it lootu
1 like bad Judgment to chnngo horses
so near the middle of the stream.
I The present status of the football
situation, as far as thu High School
I and l'linahou teams are concerned,
Is certainly about as satisfactory as
it well tould be. The first teams
have a game apiece, a coating of
slaked lime nnd glue nil around, and
the second teams have played two
nothiug-to-nothlng games. The sit-
HOLIDAY SHOPPING HADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will he open Saturday
cveninps up to Dec. 12th nnd then every evening to Dec. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goo.ls and have them put
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
BE. R. Counter,
P. 0. BOX 827.
nation Is all that iinjonc tould wish
for, aud High School and College men ing Kdltor of the Evening II u 1 -
collection of challenges has coma
fiom several quarters, however. Now
Miller comes with 11 definite offer to
light anjonc who will comply with
the weight condition.
In his challenge Miller suggests
that Thanksgiving evening would bo
a good time to hold the mill,
though he Insists that he Is ready to
go on at any other convenient time.
As no one in the Islands Is barred
In Miller's challenge, thoro is every
chance for any light heavyweight
who thinks that he has the cham
pionship timber In his make-up.
The following Is the challenge
which Miller has left with tho Sport
Ilulldlng trades football team of Snn
Kranclscu remain In calcium after
their defeat of the Indciiendents.
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New Hay Cities league open's with
three good games In San Francisco
cud across the bay.
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Oakland management drafts an out
fielder and u shortstop for tho l'J()9
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Thousands clamor for lcservatoln
of Bents at tho .Yule-Harvard football
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Nevada defeated by California vnr
fclty lluguy team by rcoro of 11 to 0.
Stanford defeats Vancouver In bril
liant gnmu by score of 11 to .1.
Harvard overwhelms Carlisle
dlans by score of 17 to n.
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Stanford Tlugby varsity enters
mini neck of its practice,
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Winter tennis season will bo ush
ered In at San Francisco.
St. Ignatius and Y. M. I. teams meet
In game of baseball,
California teams win Handicap field
day in Oakland.
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Eyebrlght wins Opening handicap nt
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FOOTBALL SCORES FOR
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7.
evidently Intend to take full advan
tage of it. Tho lntcr-collcglate out
look Is line.
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LITTLE BOATS RACE
We do expert slice retailing hy machine. Leave yoar
eld shce3 with us and we will have them repaired strongly
and neatly within ilftseu minutes for yoa. We use only
the best materials. Slices look as coed as new.
VICKER'S whole sjlcs and heels $2.00
VICKER'S half so'.es and heels S1.25
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING and BETHEL STS.
New Woolen Sweaters
ALL FAST COLORS JUST ARRIVED.
Children's Romper Suits
KING AND BETHEL.
you save money.
113 HOTEL ST
W. C. Teacock & Co., Ltd.,
Krank Miller, stationed at Fort
Shaffer, wishes to box any ambitious
pug on this Island twenty rounds,
the bout to tako place Thanksgiving
eve and fighters weighing 1G0'
Anyone wishing to answer my
challenge may call nt the fort any
time to ns, to arrange nrtlcles.
(Signed) Trnnk Miller, 20th Inft.,
Company H, Fort Shatter. T. H.
YALE SWITCHES PLAYERS
Model Yacht Regatta Proves Great
Event and Competing Craft
Hake Good Time
The regatta held yesterday under
tho auspices of the Hawaiian Mlnln-
tin e Yacht Club proved a great suc
There were llvo miniature yachts
entcied in tho I ace. The contest
was over 11 com Be a little moie'thiin
n mile In length and, considering the
wind ami tide, wonderful time was
made. Following Is the olllclal time
of the iIliTeieut eiaft-
Myitle, piloted by Filday, flrtt;
lime. Hi. lil'm
oml; time, lh. 34m. White Star, 'fceven of tho eleven men were moved
third; time. Hi. 1-in. Haulaui, aud four retired. The greatest
fourth, and (loiernor (disabled), change of all was the shifting of
SIX INJURED IN
GAME OF FOOTBALL
Team Rearranged at Ninth Hour Af-
ter Conference of Coaches.
Four Men Retired
NKW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 9.
Tho gieatcut shift which has been
made In a Yale football team nt this
Kalaahoomaniio, sec- time of tho ueaMm came today when
Coy, jegular fullback, to tho posi
tion pl.ijcd hy his brother, Sherman
Coy. In tho fall of 1900. A. K.
Hi Ides, who has been playing right
l.os AMIU.KS, Calir., .Nov. 7. In halfback, was put in us left tackle;
a fileiully football game between tho Haines, who played halfback In tho
elevens of Hollywood nnd Pasadena J Ilrown game, haB been given tho rcg
Hlgh School in tho latter city this Unr position of left end; llohbs was
afternoon, six players were Injmed, icmoicd from left tncklo nnd Mlley
three terlously nnd ono perhaps fatal- pm i,a place; Ford Johnson re
ly, and four of them me now In a placed Murphy nt quarterback and
liiMpltul. Tho chief sufferers nro i);,y took llrlde's old position; Phil
members of the Hollywood team, bin Hayed at left halfback and Field
which was outweighed an average of took Coy's place; throo linemen re
over thhty pounds to the player, and tulneil their positions, the guards,,
wero ciushed down hy their more Andicws nnd doobol nnd the center,
poworfitl opponents. Diddle,
Fullback Chillies Knowles sustal-i- These changes wero decided upon
cd an Injury to tho spine which cans- by a council of couches. Tho team
ed total paralysis fontwo hourB, nnd as It now Btands will line up against
may yet causo death. Arthur I'rtcbt- l'rlnrcton, with perhaps tho possible
er, center, wns struck In the neck exception of Field or Phllbln, one ot
and n chord Injured In such a man- whom wl bo replaced hy Ilenton.
tier that his mind became affected tt U tt
and ho raved, but ho has now neai ly KANEOHES WIN
recovered. Neal Hill, guard, wasj
thrown with a leg under him, and Heeias Are Defeated in Close Ten
tho member was fractured below tho Inning Baseball Game on the
knee, while .1. Templo's ankle was 1 Heeia Diamond
wrenched In n simitar manner. Paul .... ...
Smith and Ned Wachof, Pasadena1, A ten-lnnlng game was played be
playo.s, wero hurt about the head. W(,e" Kaneolie. ana Heeias at
' I in llnnlii n-tm itnl I not Oil wli r nflnn.
This Is tho death knell n football at
Hollywood, ns offorts hnvo long been
made to abolish tho sport thcio.
1 LADIES' AND OENTLEMEN'S HATe
Of All Kinds.
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company ou
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing- of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
By Hour or Trip.
G. G. Beokley, Jr.
the lleela ground last Sunday after
noon and tho gumo resulted In n
scene of I to 3 in favoi of tho Kano
Tho line-up ot tho two' teams was:
Kaneoho John 1,. Sllvn, c; Jos
eph Bright, p.; It. Kamnunu, lb.;
Henry 1). K. Domingo (captain), 2b.;
lieu lhlght, 3b.; Ocorgo Sllvn, if.;
Ah Tat, cf.; Hen Kamnunu, It.; Ma
nuel Lopez, bs.
lleeln-Wm. Ilowan (captain), c.j
SylveUcr Scott, p.; John P. Kaae,
lb.; Joo Adams, 2b.; Pihenul, bs.;
Ah Pa, 3b.; Ah Tong. If.; Ah Sam,
cf ; John Ah Sing, if.
Tho bcoro by Innings:
1 23 4 f G7 8 9 10
lleela 200010000 03
Kaneoho ....300000000 1 1
Umplie, James Antono.
At Andover Andover 12, Exeter 0.
At Philadelphia Pennsylvania 31.
At Wllllamstown Wllllamstown 0.
At Ann Arbor Michigan 02. Ken
At Now Haven Yiilo 10, Drown 10.
At Annapolis Midshipmen 30, VII.
' At Syracuse Colgate 0, Syracuse 0.
At Pittsburg University of PUIS-
mirg 11,- west Virginia 0.
At Indlauaiiolls No:ro Duma It. In.
At Minneapolis Wisconsin B, Mln-
At Evan8ton Northwcftorn in. rnr.
At Snrlncfield Armv ft. Hnrlnirfli.l.i
training school C.
At Ann Arbor Michigan C2, Ken
tucky Stato 0.
At Pittsburg Camcglo technical
tchool 0, WooBter, Ohio, 13.
At Omaha Nebraska 23, Ames 17.
At St. Ixiuls St, Louis 6, Swaneo 6.
At Des Moines Missouri 11,
At Marietta Marietta 40, Deth
At Apptoton, WIb. Marquette Unl-ierBlty-17,
At Qluulin Kansas agricultural col
ego 13, Crelghton university 0.
At Uloomiugton. 111. Illinois Statu
Normal 30, Lombard, Ouleshurg, C.
At Salt Lako City Utah university
11, ivyomiug u.
At Naxlivllle, Tenn. Vanderbllt 10,
Washington university 17, James
Mllllken university 0.
At Lawrenco. Knn. Kansas uni
versity 23, Washburn 0.
At Champaign, III. Illinois 22,
Iowa 0. B
At Cincinnati Kcnyon 3, University
of Cincinnati 0.
At Lexington Transylvania C,
Ocorgotowh collego 5.
At Atlanta Auburn 44, tleorgctnwn
At Cleveland Caso 19. Ohio stato 8,
At Oborlln. Ohio Oberlln 5, West
ern rieservo 12.
At Cambridge Harvard freshmen
12, Drown freshmen 0.
At Clinton, N. Y. Hamilton 5, St.'
At Troy rtenaselnor polytechnic 11,
New York university 0.
At Schcnectudy Union 39. Hobart G.
At Worcester. Mass. Ilnlv rvnuu 11
At Mlddletown, Conn. Trinity 42
Wesloynn 0. '
At Chicago Dopauw university 18,
Lnko Forest unlveislty 11.
At Monmouth, III. Monmouth C,
Cornell collego 40.
At Torro Ilnntn. In.l nnun ..i..
loctmlc 20, Earlhnm colego 4.
At Seattle Washington university
0, Washington stnto collego C,
At Ithaca Cornell 6, Amherst 0.
At I'm (land Miilhmmnl, "c ai.
decu 0. '
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THOMAS SQUARE BAND CONCERT
Tho Hawaiian hand will give a
public concert tonlclit nt Thnm
Squaio commencing 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho piogrnm:
March: "United Flags" Onbrlol
Oveituio: "Umest" (now) . . . .Storch
Inteiniezo; "Clouds of Hoses"
Selection: "Attlla" Verdi
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Ilerger
Sulto: "PerBlun" Ellunhcig
Wnltz: "llemcmhrnuco" Waldtcufel
Finale; "Vienna" Schrame
"Tho Star-Spanglcd Ilannei"
IBT'Tor Rent" cards on sole at
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
New Season Flannelettes,
1 5c to 20o yard
very sweet and tender, on ice, received from New Zeal
and by the Moana. Superior Quality.
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER BELGIAN HARES.
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Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
The Lecoultre Razor
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
An old-style blade that is small, thin, and ALWAYS
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Blades are detach lble and inexpensive.
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