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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. U-. MONDAY, NOV. 30. 1908.
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Contains: Antisceptic Mange Wash, Anti
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Destroys all Vermin, Cures or Prevents
at BENSON, SMITH and HOLLISTER DRUG
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at J t '
JEWELRY STORE. His "store will be open Saturday
netting? up to Dec. 12th and then every evening- to Deo. 24.
COME EAI1LY. Select your goods and have them put
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Counter,
F. 0. BOX 827.
New Negligee Shirts
Plain White and Colored, arrived by S. S. Alameda.
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may be worked in any home by simply applying with a
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Old woodwork, floors, and furniture will look as good
as new with a single application.
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J. A. C. AND WHITE
SOX SHARE DEFEAT
out for the Japanese Athletic Club.
The Aalns wcro there with tho goods
and the flnnl scoro showed seven
runs to their credit.
The Anl.is started scoring In tho
first Inning, and chalked up one
run each In the first and fourth Inn
ings. In tho seventft they sent five
men over tho tally plate, lcalng the
Japanese hopelessly In the hole.
Eight boBe-hlts were recorded alto
gether, only one of them falling to
t-core n run.
In both the fifth and sixth Innings,
nnnA finor I Knnnliid the Fans and the Japanese managed to connect
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Pino i Fait Thnnvn JAnsriM Are "" " " " -
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C. AND AALAS ARE WINNERS
IN SUNDAY'S GAMES
Shut Out Entirely and Snowy Stock
ings Tally But Once
Kalanianaole league Standini
c. A.C 3
J. A. C 2
White Sox 3
they were unable to profit by tho
dew drops and were sent to tho bench
Errors were rather too common to
causo much comment. The Japanese
nro charged with seven while tho
Anlas made Ave. following is the
J. A. C.
ABRB1ISB O A
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The Chinese Athletic Club Masa. rf. ....
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In two good games of baseball,
plaed jestcrdny afternoon nt
Aala Park. The White Sox
managed to score ono run while
the Japaneso Athletic Club was
shut out entirely. The scores
were: Chinese Athletic Club 3,
White Sox 1; Aalas 7, Japanese
Athletic Club 0.
Thcro was a good attendance
nt both games and, though the
i- scores were a little one-sided,
the sport was good. Tho root-
crs were not as active ns they
have been on some occasions,
but there was plent) of nolso at
The Kalanianaole League se
ries is proving very popular
with the baseball fans.
Sakaino, bb 4 0, -.1
Yasu, 21 4 0 0
4 0 0
3 0 0
3 0 0
3 0 1
3 0 0
tllldn. 3b 3
Murakami, If 1
Totals 30 0 3 1 24 10 7
ad nun sii o
II. Zcrbc, If. 4 1 1 2 0 0
Filter, ss 3 1 1 1 0 0
H. Leslie, 2b 4 0 1 0 4 1
Lunlng. c 4 1 2 0 8 2
J. LcbIIo, 3b 4 0 0 13 3
rcdro, cf .,..3 1 I 1 1 0
Tlmas. lb 4 1 2 0 7 1
I.candro, rf 3 1 00 2 0
domes, p 4 10 12 6
8 6 27 13 5
Two runs In tho third Inning gavo
tho Chinese Athletic Club a lead
which tho White Sox wero unable to
ovcrcomo In tne nrsi game ui jaia
Park c8terday afternoon. Along In
the setenth the Whito Sox slipped
one man over the home plate, but in
the ninth tho Chinese did the tame
trick, so the only effect of the one
lun of tho White Sox was to keep
the nine from being Bhut out entire
ly ,Tho White Sox delivered base-hits
In a nlco manner, but unfortunately
the) wcro not bunched sufficiently to
bo of any real value. In the first and
second Innings, respectively, ono was
chalked down, while tho seventh saw
two and the eighth one. Tho C. A.
C. banged out six altogether, bunch
ing three in the third Innings, whero
they did a whole lot of good.
Clark, tho White Sox pitcher, made
ii very good showing in the box,
striking out seven men. Apau sent
six to the benches on behalf of the
Chincso Athletic Club.
The game was remarkably free
from errors. But one was chalked
up against tho losers, while winners
managed to make three.
Tho official scoro was as follows:
C A C
' All nun SI) O A K
Mon Yin, If 4 13 2 2 0 0
SlngChong, SB. ...4 0 10 0 2 0
J. Lo, lb 4 0 10 9 10
ChlBul.c 4 0 0 0 8 2 0
Apau, p 3 0 10 0 4 1
C. Y. Mark, 3b. ..3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Asam, 2b 4 1 0 0 6 2 0
W. Ako, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 1
J, Lcong. cf 2 10 0 111
Alona, rf 1 0 0 0 110
Totals 33 7
J. A. C.
12(145 6 789
Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
B. II 0 0 0 0 110 0 02
Runs 1 0 0 10 0 5 0 7
B. II 1 10 10 14 0 8
Twobaso hits, JiiQichI, Lunlng 1,
Tjma8; struck ouC by Mlchl 5, Comos
8; hit by pitcher, Pedro; passed ball,
.Liming; sacrifice hill I.candro. Tlmo
of gamo, 1 hour 35 minutes; umplrej
E. Fernandez; scorer, W. Tin Chong.
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FIGHTERS ARE BUSY
Saturday's Contest Promises To Be a
Hummer, as Men Are in Fine
Young Terry, and McCullough of
the Engineers, will meet In an eight
round go as a preliminary 'to the Sullivan-Miller
go next Saturday night.
McCullough Is stationed nt the en
gineer camp nt Walklkl, where he Is
doing his training In the open air
with half of the company ns sparring
That the bout will bo exceeded in
interest only by the main event of the
evening Is the opinion of local fight
experts. McCullough is a likely look
ing customer, while Young Terry Is
said to bo one of the toughest bojs
that ever set foot on Oahu'a shores.
Both men are keen for tho fray and
nro taking every precaution to lnsuro
their condition when they Blip under
the ropes on Saturday night.
Young Sharkey nndt-Kld Iloquct
will furnish the curtain-raiser for tho
evening. ' Their go will, bo of four
rounds' duration, but It If promised
that things will hum along while it
Is In progress. Uoquet is getting
some very good training, acting ns
sparring partner to Sullivan.
fThcre Is every prospect that the
Sulllvan-Mlllcr mill w'lU'be ono of the
most Interesting ever heild here. The
fans are just In shapo to enjoy It, and
the men themselves appear very fit.
That Sullivan does not expect any
walkover Is evidenced by the thor
ough manner in which he Is going at
his training. He Is determined that
the people who pay for senta shall
get a run for their money and. for
n! that reason, is not idling during
The bouts will be held nt tho Or-
phcum Saturday etcnlng. Tho indi
cations are that seats will bo In
great demand, as tho mill Is tho chief
topic of conversation among the
fans these dajs.
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Q00D TENNIS AT EWA
Our Big Store
WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIOHT, commencing Dec. 1st,
Come early and make your purchases. Don't wait
until the last, week.
We have HOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS to suit every
body. Remember I
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT and MERCHANT STS.
Tom' Yen. ss, ...,3
Corrca, lb 4
Franco, If 3
Kcaloha, 2b 3
Ross, 3b 4
31 3 6 2 27 13 3
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Mack, cf 4 0
Clark, p. , 4 0
Drlln, c .,., 2 0
Ah Toon, rf. 3 0
Totals 30 1 5 3 27 13 1
C. A. C.
Runs .....0 020000.0 13
0 0301110 00
u...'....0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01
Twohasu hits, .Apau. Correa. Kcalo
ha; bases onfalls, oft Apau 4. Clark 4;
struck out, by Apau 6, Clurk 7; pasBqd
ball, Chi Bui; sacrifice hits. Sing
Chong, M,ark,, Alona; iloublo plays,
Lcong to Lo', Alona to Lo Time of
gamo. X Jiour 30 minutes; umpire, E.
Fernandez; scoror, W. Tin Chong.
JAPANESE SHUT OUT
The becond game proved u shut-
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
THE REALM OF SPORT
Royal Tourist clips two-fifths of a
second from American automobllo
record for a mile arid one-sixteenth.
Papke-Ketchel fight switched from
Coliseum to Coffroth's Mission street
arena for Thanksgiving afternoon.
M M M
Ilascbnll magnates petition for
third major league and withdraw
from the national meeting.
Two faorltes, three Becond choices
and ono third cholco are w'.nncrs at
the Emcryvlllo race track.
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Montgomery wlriB sensational race
at Emeryville, defeating select field
in track record time.
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Tom Jones will select referee for
Ketchcl-Papke fight, and Jack Welsh
is his probable man.
M M M
California State game farm Is to
be located on Bedford place of 44
acres near Huyward.
M M M
Belmont Military Academy's foot
ball team defeated Berkeley High
School, 6 to 0.
M M M
Miss Emily defeats the favorlto
Golden Rule Jn flnnl of class Btake
Aeolian Yacht Cldb of San Fran
cisco will toon begin work on new
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State League champions and Fres
no break oven In double header at
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Ten men killed and 290 injured
during football season now closing.
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Cornell Club to hold Indoor athlet
ic carnival nt San Francisco Dec. 4.
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Jockejs under tho ban will not bo
permitted to rldo nt Emeryville.
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Jem Drlscoll defeats Mntty Bald
win of Boston In six-round bout.
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ritzhcrbert looms as derby winner
(luring California winter racing.
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S C. Hlldreth Is far In lead of
winning owners at Emeryville.
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Uockey Shilling is suspended for
tossing off rare practically won.
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"Cj clone" Thompson has Joined
Ketchel's training camp,
Handicaps Are So Arranged That
Players Get Even Break and
Scores Are Excellent
Fassoth and West wcro tho win
ners of tho hdndlean tennis tourna
ment at Ewa on Thanksgiving Day.
They found their work cut out for
them, however, and It was only by
the Btlffest kind of play that they
were enabled to carry off victor 's
Tho work of the handlcnppcrs was
evidently well done, for there was
not a player, no matter how modest
his claims to consideration as a ra
quet expert, who did not niako i
The .ollowlng arc the onlclal re
Round I Douglas and Holan beat
McKccver and Swift, Newman and
W. Eklund beat Terada and Oroat,
Greenfield and Schmidt beat Renton
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and Oldtng. West and Fassoth beat
Ilento and E. Eklund.
Round II Sliver and Davidson
beat Gouvca and Muller, Douglas and
Nolan bent Newman and W. Eklund,
West and Fassoth bent Greenfield
and Schmidt, Collins and Brolan beat
Larson and Gedge. ,
Semi-finals Silver and Daldson
beat Douglas and Nolan, West and
Fassoth beat Collins and Brolan.
Final West and nissoth bent Sil
ver and Davidson
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CHINESE BOYS ORGANIZE
New Baseball Club Is Formed and
Will Take Prominent Place in
Anxious to cmulato the feats of
their elders, the Chlneso lads have.
cd wholly to Chincso bos. Tho lads
aro cry enthusiastic ocr tho na
tional gamo and are determined to
put nut a nine which will compaio
favorably with any liko organization
In the Islands.
The Chincso Athletic Club Is a
prominent factor In local baseball,
and the Chlneso Minor Club Intends
to mnko for Itself a position of equal
importance. The club was organized
Inst Saturday nlcht at a meeting
held at tho residence of S. C. Wong.
The following officers wcro elected:
Chang Dock, president; All Hoo
Ahana, vice president; Ng Chen,
treasurer; James Ah Chuck, mana
ger; S. C. Wong, secretary; G. II.
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Al. Kaufmnn will Join Billy Papke
formed a baseball club here. Tho or- ns sparring partner.
gnnlzatlon Is known ns the Chincso Jockcj Gilbert seems to have lost
Minor Club and membership Is limit- his nerve.
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Any meal will taste better for a
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