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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. JI TUESDAY, FED. 2,"l09
Keep In Mind
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HAT THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR that you should
hatch out chickens If you want a lot of eggs and broil
ers this year.
DID YOU SEE THE
WORKING AT THE POULTRY SHOWt
We filled a 120-cee incubator
Cyphers Chick Food
' i AND YOU SHOULD SEE THEM!
CYPHERS INCUBATORS are so easy to run, and hatch
strong chicks which arc so easy to raise, if you will feed
them pioperly, keep thtm warm at night and keep them
clean. Try your luck with a CYPHERS and you will soon
be eating young roosters so often that you will be inclined
to crow over your neighbors.
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Australian Stock Remedies
No matter what the ailment, ask your druggist 'for
No expense is spared in putting out the very best Rem
edies which can be produced.
If you are in doubt about which Remedy to Use, Ring
me up at TEL. 1189.
HOSPITAL FOR SICK ANIMALS.
CONSULTATION PERSONALLY OR BY LETTER.
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SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 60c UPWARD
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Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
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We carry complete lines of all the
Finest Grades and Makes
T.H.Davies fc Co., Ltd.'
'and when the eggs had been
tested out there were 103 eggs
left that showed signs of fertil
ity. The day he show opened the
eggs were taken out of the Incu
bator and were carried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
wagon and placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch and we got 93 fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
eggs. These are now being rais
CRICKET PROVES AN
II 1 QTID UlTCDinn
ALL'U I All HA 1 LllLUU ,
MICHAEL'S DARLINGS LOSE GAME
TO WICKET KEEPERS i
Hongkong Britishers Wallop Diamond
Heroes wnen iiat Bat is united inw
service an-Araencans never nao,
Played English National Sport
"Sny, ou ought to havo seen-vtis
play cricket In Hongkong," said Mike'
Plshcr, while panning out a few rc-t
mlnlsccnccs this morning. "They I
wanted us to play cricket, and we) I
pla)ed. Wo played all day long nnd.
no might have plajud yet, only they
slopped the game because or dark
ness. "That was certainly one gram
game. Not ono of us had over seen
the great English sport, I prvrfmne;'
certainly none nf the hunch had ovue
"When the first Hongkong man at
tlio hat knocked a fly oer Into left
field or what eor they happen to call
that part of the. ground, old Hod nog
Detcrcaux wan right tlioro and the
way that lie wont into tho air and
grabbed that little ball was u caution!
Ho twisted his fingers around thef
sphere, and put a finish to its career
right then nnd there.
'Say, j on ought to hae heard those
Englishmen j oil. Thoy cheered and!
they shrieked and wo camu to the com
elusion that wo must he about al
right when It camo to playing cricket,
"When tho next flying ball was
handily stopped by Heltmtiller tho
bloachors broke, looso again. A third
time the Banie thing happened and wq
began to think that those Britishers
needed a llttlo Instruction from us In
"Thoy stopped knocking those llttlo
flies though. They would Just shoot
tho ball around In tho most exugporat1
Ing manner and wo could not got them
out to savo ourselves. Thoy seemed
glued to thoso wickets and they
knocked out runs In henrt breaking
"Later wo learned that that team
was composed of famous cricket playi
ers, and we gradually came to the con
clusion that those lovely files wcro
bolted out Just to see If our men's
fingers could freoio onto them with
out being smashed off. That game of
cricket was all right, but we'll stick
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Company E-wont under to Company
F, to the score of 5 to 3, yesterday af
ternoon, in tho Inter-company game at
Oukrey pitched for Company F and
turned out a good brand of ball too.
He fanned no less than seven men.
Jones, catcher for the winners, .did
well, and was quick on hlsjhrows to
Tho following were the official
scores and line-ups:
Aim im Hii o a n
Illrd, 4 1 0
Sttcut.cf 4 0 2
Truer, c 4 0 1
Cliesiuy. 31) 4 1 1
llrndy. lb 4 0 0
Filond. rf. .. ,...4 0 1
Howell, If, 3 1 2
Itolaud. hs .1 0 1
llnulanil, 2b 1 0 U
TntalH ...... 33 3 8 4 27 9 6
AU It nil 811 'O A K,
Jones, c. . ,
Olenn. lb ,
DiewH, 2b. ,.,,...4 0
Uickdulh, If. . .. 4 1
llatiiman, hs 4 (l
Miijii, if 4 1
.Moinu, 3h 4 0
Totals 38 R
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9 9 27 IS &
Walleles , Win
The Walleles and a picked team
fiom Kullhl-uku known us thn Ka-
lllil hnsuhiill team played an exciting
i.amo of baseball at Kullhl-uku's new
parlt last Sunday. The Walleles won J
h) a store of 30 to 17. The park Is
In bad shape and both teams had
been out of piactlce for a lone time.
Next Sunday the teams will meet
and will make u better showing, so
that the scarelteepers won't use too
much lead nnd papei.
Score by Innings:
I Picked Team .,,27221101 117
1 Wnllelos ij 1) 3 o l J 0 :io
Secretaries or other author-
lie J representatives of clubs 4
ure nked to 8enu ln tt "" of
e"ai- scheduled by them, that 4
mey may uo included in tbe
program. Address all co'mmu-
nlcutloni to the Sporting EUI-
tor, Evening Ilulletln. 4
Diamond Head A. C. fp
. Keu 3. Howling: I'unahous
. Vs -Honolulu-
Feb. fi: Howling; Kort Shot-
ter vs. Ilapld Transit
Feb. 27; Y. M. C. A. track
Feb. 13: llnxlng, Sullivan
Feb. 3: All Americans vs.
Feb. C: All Americans vs,
Feb. 7: All, Americans vs. ,
All Hawallaps: " ' ' v
Fine (Bcuit Will
Be fhe Next
There Will be Joy, undiluted Jo,'
en Saturday night week at the Or
pheum. Dlile Sillltvun, the Idol of
Honolulu (and Hllo, since New
Year's Day), vl hook up with Pe
terson of San Francisco. '
It will bo, a JD-round scrap, and
should be about the, best middle
weight proposition ever put before a
Soldier McCul lough and Young
Scotty will settle an. argument over1
un eight-round course. '
Hercules ,u local cook, who flghU
tit 1RS nnnnili will tilla nn n ralitj
tlve of Hat Nelson's tot' a four-round
All three scraps will be welt worth
Seeing and, if possible, should be bet.'
ter than the Smith-Hellly show.
V ft 9
Peter Btanley, the Iron, Works pug,
says he Is ilred of watting for a re
ply from Sailor Morch or nnjr of the
other bos In his class, and will with
draw his deposit of 4100, how In tho
hands' of tho Sporting fcdltor ot tho
Hi 1 1 e 1 1 n , If said 'deposit Is not
covered within a week from date,
Stanley Is very anxious for a go with
some ot the local lads, and a match
can be made uny time at this office,
Tbe Fort Shatter baseball team Is
anxious to lino up against the Fifth
Cavalry as soon us possible. Tho
FlfthU supposed to hajre.kome good
men out at Lellehuu, und It Is hoped
that a game will soon come off.
The Dlamomi Heads will, noid oue
of their smokers this evening at the
lle.ihtnl limit .f!iubhnliBft- Ther Is
sure to be u big. roll-up of tbe Club's
rrl&uds and a must enjoyable program
has been made Up.
nick Sullivan Is Very Jubilant over
the showing Frankle Smith made'
with Itellly. It Is Id be hoped that
".these lads will be brought together
on co more over a longer Journey.
Charlie McLeod ot Walpanu and u
bunch of liwa shorts look 'In' the
8 1 l 'fight on Saturday night. The farm
0 6 o 'ers doh't miss much In tho tight Hue.'
Joe Sllva. the Punchbowl wonder.
''claims to have broken his hand In his
go with Soldier Miller.
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llrltlsh Consul Kortter was a ring
side spectator at the Smlth-Kcstly1
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Dr. Holler In, offered a match with
Ham Laitgfurd by the Mission Club.
Sacramento aud Vernon ure added
to ho circuit if the l'aclllc Coast
A, II. Bpreikfcls,v master of Napa
stock farm, leases'entlre string of
.hlgh-clast horsds to Oeorge Ilerry,
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Louisiana Governor orders race-
track ut New OrluanB closed, nnd
Locke law will be tesidd Imcburts.
pi ifc mmmMtmmm wwoJiMi
Bv Hour or Trio.
' . PHONE ISO. tft
SAILORS WALK ALL
OVER SOLDIER MEN
NAVAL STATION DEFEATS FORT
SHAFTER ON ALLEYS
First Game of Bowling Tournament
Is Lost by the Wearers of the Khaki.
Alleys Prove Excellent for Tourna
The opening game of the bowling
tournament took place last night in
the Hotel Atles. There were a fair
number of spectators present.
The Naval bo)s did not do a thing
to the soldiers only beating them
to the tuno of 220 points!
Sergeant Davis from Fort Shatter
made tho best Individual score 191
points. He also nveraged up highest,
making the very good total ot 1C8.
Thcrtr docs not beem to be Bitlil
clent space for running ut the nlle),
ond some of tho ten-strikers need n
opg run to bring oft n stiot.
The light and floors urc good, nnd,
excepting the disadvantage befoul
mentioned, the nllejs are as good us
ran he found nn where.
The detail score of last nlghl'n
1 2 3 TI.
I.edgerwood .... 135 142 13S 415
Wort 114 142 182 41d
Moorman 100 142 129 371
Shelby 128 128 172 128
llrinvbter 13T. 114 1G4 103
1 2 3 Tl.
Simons 122 117 102 341
jonns j in ius .ui-
Davls 13T. 191 1GS 481
llcnsen Ill 88 95 294
Total :. 1810
I.cdaerwodd captained the "Navnt
Statfon team, and Simons the Fort
Wednesday night Punahou vs. Ho
Frldaj night Fort Shatter s.
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"llascball has taken a wonderful
hold on tho Japanese, iieople," said H.
U.Uaggorly this morning "The lan
guage of buscbulldom is kuown tn
everyone, young and old. You can
walk the streets aud hear llttlo chit
drun, who don't know any English,
calllnu out "two strikes." "batter out
"They are making good baseball
supplies' ocr there. Their best base
balls, which sell for 40 cents, are
equal to any, as tar as I could sec.
Bevtral times whin, during a game,
cur bupply of baseballs gave out, one
of JapniBo manufacture would bo
railed Into service, and it was curtain
ly' nil that could be desired."
"Hill" Devereaus, captain of the
All-Aiuerlcans, has the sutno story to
tell. "I hcllevo that, In year or two,
the Japanese wilt have sumo wonder
ful 'baseball clubs," said he tills morn
ing. The Kclu club has four or five
men that are title players, and us the
gatliu develops In tho country, others
must come to the front.
JKwould be Imposslblu to ovoresll
liiate the enthusiasm with which wo
were greeted and the evident desire
of, tho Japanese to prullt by what they
saw, shutsed a general desire to better
tholr play. They atu stnall in sUe
hilt they are fast fllfe those men n
few llttlo more experience, and the)
wilt turn out teams that will make
(iltr American college teums hustle.
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Castle Will Be
In the Box
Alfred Castle will pitch and Scot
tilia taU second for the All-Hawaii-un
team touioriow. Scottlna Is a
new man here, bht made h good Im-
jiitsslon while practicing with the
All-Hawaii pitchers have not, so
far, troubled the Stars much, ami It
remains to he seen what Castle, who
lb u tery heady tosser, will do
against Fisher's pets. There Is one
thing certain, aud that Is that the
looters cannot queer Castle. Ilelng
a college irian, Custle Is Immune from
scares, and any amount o( "barrack-
lug" will hot trouble him.
All-llawull Is determined to wipe
rlglit act of Sunday
man wlio should
tHMMiko it possible.
FRIDAY, FEB. 5, AFTERNOON and EVENING.
Scats at BERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Prices 25c, 50c, 75c,
and $1 00.
Due to Poop
New York. Jnn 12 What Is tho
nuttier with Dnrundo" He fell ex I
hausted In the OI tuple Marathon I
when victor) was In skill Again he.
dropjiod during the Incut) -sixth mile
of his rare with laiusboil tit Madison '
Square tlirden, nnd. urcordlug tn th 1
dispatches, ho delllietnti I) ipiit In the
eighteenth mile of his iitiirn rue
with the Indian
Dorando'x gamencss nil hardl) I
iliustloned Tnlcc hu run on until th.
last thrend of his ltallty snapped lt
is hard to IkIIum that lie would unit
that he would glu up n long ns sufil
cient stnngth remained to prnlde
mothe Hier for oue moro stride
After his race at tho Harden I'r
Creamer said Dorando was siirtcrlre,
from ncrxtluiiiltitton Dining th
contest ho friqucntl) drank n liquid
said to be n mixture of cortee find
romethlng elro IMplanii, his brother,
made n mster of the "something
In the London pcnt Dorando did
not suiter from merattentlon In fact
he bail practically no attention Hi
I an tho greatest race of his life with
c ut stimulant of nil) kind It ma) bo
that he Is ut present a Uctltn of oei
zoaloiisncss on the part of his hmth
er that ho moct needs lack nf altin
lion In the first race l-onghoat h
I nndlers said Dorando wuh beaten b
his own trainers.
Dorando's countrmen In New Yoil:
gave htm tho grcatcst reception iinjt
ovation cer icnuercu a loreign am
lete. When ho was beaten they still
rallied around him llku true sports
men, defeated hut not dishonored
they gae a full lined of prulso t his
Doroiido's followers ilcsore In re
turn tho best that Is In him. If his
training Is at fault, if his handling Is
nt fault, the errors should be correct
ed. If it Is simply a case of too much
Longboat then all honor to the Imllnu
n a a
KELLY WANTS CHANCE AT BIO
Hot Springs. Ark, Inn 12 Still
greatly depressed because of his jkhii-
showing against Hugo Kelly, tho It.ll
Ian mlddlowclght now fighting for n
chanco at Stanley Kctchel, Dill) 1'ap
ko dcctaied that he may never fight
Tho Kewance lad has nrrhed here
to spend a feu weeks. On his nrrhal
he was approaches as to whether lie
would meet Kelh on the Coast Jnn
tiary 29. Tho question brought (Tut
tho answer that ho may necr light
Papko does not look like tho simn
fighter who left hero last spring to
meet Kctchel at Milwaukee. Ho up
pears pale and drawn nnd his state
raent caused no great Burpilse Inas
much as he declared he might it tire
Immediately after IiIh defeat b) Ketch
el at Sau Francisco
'WEDNESDAY, 3 P. M.
SATURDAY, 3 P. M.
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
Tickets on sale at Hawaiian
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General Admission 25c
Grand Stand , ...,50c
Reserved Seats (wings) $1.00
Auto and carriage spaces re
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THURSDAY and SATURDAY
FEB. 4TH AND GTH
CHORUS OF 40 STRONG
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB
NEW SONGS! NEW JOKES!
NEW LOCAL SCENERY
Box office opns nt the Bk
strom Music Co. Monday, Feb.
1st, at 0 n m.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
What n Good Wine! Modern Sculp
tcis; Cowboy and the Schoolmarni;
a Lord for a Day; a Narrow Escape;
a Sale of n Shirt; Orderly Jameson;
I Have Won a Pig,
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20s.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
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