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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, FED. 6, 1005.
No matter what the ailment, ask ycur druggist for
No expense is spared in putting out the very be3t Rem.
cdics which can be produced.
If you arc in doubt about uliich Remedy to use, Ring
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HOSPITAL FOR SICK ANIMALS.
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WITH NEW YORK
'FINE WORK BY BOY WHO IS TO.
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AND YOUR FAMILY.
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Flame; Chemical Action Does It.
You read evtry day in this paper of the Hono
lulu Fire Dcoartmenfs "CHEMICAL ENGINE"
extinguishing fires before the steam fire engines
arrive. The KEYSTONE is simnly a small chem
ical engine. Simply invert it and direct the hose
nozzle. Call and let us demonstrate.
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Peterson Has Terrific Right Mid
jdlcwcight from the Coast in Fine
' Condition for the Coming Tussle in
' Peterson, who lights Dick Sullivan n
I week fiom today, for I lie middleweight
championship, had came exorcise )es
tenia) nt Ilic cxpenso of Nelson,
A big crowd rolled up tu see I'ctcr
pom nt work, nml tho mom tint' sees
nf IiIk stylo, thu inn ro emu Iicciiiiiok Im
I prestod ullli tlio fact that ho linn n
I good liuril wallop In his rtplit.
! I'ctereun Hltnply revels In Inn)
work, and I over ready to tnKo on
any stunts Hint suggest IheniselU's.
Dig Nelson, who boxed with Peter
son jestordny, stopped tmo of (hi mill
dlew eight's rights with lit Petit
Mario. Tlio lilow took nil tlu uliul
nut of Nelson, nml almost put him
through thu ropoB.
Nelson Is a good "coming" man, nml
i learning nil Hit) time. Ilu boxes
regularly with Peterson, who In a good
tempered fighter and cloor hh they
Nelson fights HcrculcH on Saturday
evening nuxt nnd mny he rolled on to
glo tlio dough-Juggler n grcut go.
rifth chapter In life of Untiling
Nelson tcllB how ho recclxod 1- it
word foi a speech.
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BLISS TO XOKUA
PROPHESY THAT ALL-HAWAIIS
WILL ABOUT PULL TODAY
AUTO INDUSTRY IS
OF GIGANTIC SIZE
TWO HUNDRED MILLION INVEST
ED IN MOTOR CARS
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
has just arrived from New Yorl;, including very attractive
designs in Flannellet, Gingham, and Chambray. Also plain
Gray, Blue, Pink, nnd Assorted Colors.
ROMPER SUITS for Boys at 50c A SUIT.
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
Phone G27. Cor. King & Bethel Streets. P. 0. Box 953
Hal Chaise, the phenomenal first
baseman, wtm "Jumped" the New
York Anii'iliJii team for the Cali
fornia State League lat aumraer,
piobnbly will play with the New
Yorks ug.iln next season. He haB
asked to he lelnstnted by tlio
American I.rague, and there la ev
ery likelihood that thlB will tiu
In a Fran Ml n motor car Wallace
I,. Wilcox linn since May C traveled
10,720 ihIIch In that time lie has
carried 1401) people along with htm
nr pnsxengpiK or nearly nt the rate
of one for ewty ten miles.
Field Sport Fat Man's Race The
Throwing Competitions Devereaux
to the Fore En Sue To Show speed.
Baseball Field Day
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE.
E. O. HALL SON, LIMITED
The Largest Retail Store in th e fjUr.cs
Sole Agents for Wilcox
and Gibbs Automatic
NICKEL-PLATED TEA AND
ALCOHOL STOVES, &c, &o.
A Fine Stock of L. C.
Smith Shot Guns from
$25 to $140.
. Rifles, Revolvers and
Complete Stock of
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
All Sizes in Stock.
All Sizes in Stock.
"EVER READY" THERMOS
In Pints and Quarts, Keeps Con
tents hot for 24 hours, or cold for
Complete Stock of
SPALDING, VICTOR, and D. & M.
BASEBALL, GOLF, TENNIS
Columbia, Cleveland, and Tribune
nlways in stock.
Single and Double Cylinders.
Sale Agen tsfor Sherwin-Williams Paints, Stains
and Varnishes, and Garland Stoves and Ranges
EVERYTHING FOR THE KITCHEN
TAKE OUR PASSENGER ELEVATOR TO THE SECOND FLOOR
E. O. HALL &, SON., LTD.
CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS
llllsa will asalst the All-Hawaii team
this arturnuun, and m all i oTjal.llltv
tlio ganu will bo iiumIi mpru Inlui ist-
lag than tlio ttirou ulriM),' plf.ycd.
Houtcr will attack ami us hn la In
flno form, tho comlilimtlo')- I1IU. an.l
Dick ahoulil keep the lleucli t'am
UlUs will bu ablo to lil I tlio ll.i
watlH together butter lliiuu local man,
On Sunday Burim will pitch or tin-
wall, and ho U doturn.luod tn win tl,
gamo, If loaslblo, for n.i.
Durna certainly linn gut tho wenk
poliitu If thero aro an of lilt, toam
mtes Jotted ilonn, and l.i,.' Iio relied
on to do his bent lor tho AII-HhwhIIs.
This afternoon thp lit'i iortii will
atari promptly at 2 .ic'crk. Some
light changes have boon made In ic
gard to tho "Hod I)og"-Bn Sue match.
A third contestant, II. M. AyreH, has
entered tho contest as a v:iiker. Ho
will endeavor (o carer fifty nrds,
walking, whilst En tino speeds over
100 yards, and Devoreaux runs M
yards backwards. This will bo an in-
terosUng event, and It Is haul to say
who the wlnper will be.
Tho accurate throwing competition
should bo an (inhibition of skill weil
All baseball players aro Invited to
enter for tho field ovents. There Is
no entrance feu and Ihu moro the mer
Mlku Fisher's challengo'to run Busy
220-pourfd man In tio TbrNUry has
uuen. acceptnu, and a race, will eventu
ato dtor u 0fty-yard boursc.A'ihur
McOuRlO, who won tho heavrileht
wajklng race, has takon tho genial
basc'bfill' mag'nato on. Mao, unfortun
ately, can not' get off duty toda, so
tho match will bo run tomorrow.
Klsher, however, makes ono i rovlso,
and that Is that If ho Is challengej this
afternoon by any other heavyweight,
and has to run, Uion tho Sunday match
against McDuffle, will nOt com-i off.
Mlquo docs not caro to take bucIi to
lent excrciso as two raco lu a like
number of days calls for.
Admission to tho grounds will bo
2S cents, and to grandstand Le cuts
n a n
Go Down To
Yesterday tho Kamehamohas nnd
High School met on tho 'soccer field,
and a clean hard gamo was played, re
suiting In a win for High by ono to
Dyer and Marcalllno worked tho
trick, and by an excellent bit of com
bination play, scored a goal for the
After somo good passing along tho
left sldo lino. Dyer suddenly broke
away with the ball, and sprinted up
tho hill, dodging tho backs. Marcal
lino was ready at tho critical moment
to take tho pass, and Dor shot up to
him. Tho ball camo to Marcalllno's
feet Ho, being unmarked, took his
tlmo, and cooly placed tho ball out
of Kekuewa's reach. It was a really
good bit of passing, and when the ball
wont between the posts the Joy of tho
High School rooters was frantic.
Marcalllno again nearly scored In
tho Bccond half, missing tho goal by
merely tho width of tho posts.
Tho Kamchanichu's shooting for goal
was weak, and that fact lost the gamo
for them. Thoy wore within an ace of
scoring half a dozen times, but always
bungled at tho Important moment.
Whiting of tho Kams, and Chilling
worth, of tho Highs, did somo flno
Tho Kams showed good hcadwork,
and they put It all over (ho school In
that phase of tho game. Their feed
ing to the forwards was oxcellent.
Tlio School played we'll after tho
goal was scored against them.
Tho other gamo, between Alllolanl
uud Punahou, was also a good, hard
fought game. It went to tho Punahou
boys by a score of 3 to 2.
The High School now stands at tho
head of tho I.eaguo championship, but
(.till tho Kams havo a chance of win
ning that Is If they can beat tho
School at their next meeting und
thereby score blx points.
n 8 a
Heavy plunge of Eastern money
on Descomuets results lu lota of ut
Teitimony Before Way and Means
Committee Shows Vast Army Engag
ed in Manufacture of Power-Driven
Vehicles Industry Growing Rapidly
When tho Ways and Means Com
mlttee of the House of Representa
tives at Washington In recent session
took up tho metal schcdulo u delega
tion of men representing the nuto
mobllo Interests of the country was
heard, and facts were produced t o
show that tho automobile capital of
the nation was $187,000,000, that
tho nutnmoblle Industry gnvo employ
ment directly to 108,000 peoplo and
through relnted trades to 100,000
How rapidly this Interest has do-
eloped Is shown by tho fact that al
though tho history of tho automobile
covers llttlo over a decnilo 100,000
motor cars have In thnt tlmo been
put In uso In this country and that n
00 per cent. Increase Is In prospect
SPOUTS BY THE
(loud old llruner has run his last
rnco, according to Louis Wnrren. Tho
old horse was nlways a trier, and did
moro than earn oats whilst running
tinder Warren's colors..
Banonlca, the "Hllo" racing mare,
has been shipped back to tho Coast,
where she was brought to win tho rich
Merchants' stakes, and lncldcntnly,
put another nail lu tho horso-raclng
gamo In llnwall ncl.
Tho old, old story of when n llttjo
clever man stands up ngalnst a big
clever man, was retold In tho world's
championship fight, llolli men wero
as clover as they aro made, but, tho
negro weighed 200t pounds to ths
hanle's IC8M1. Johnson simply tow
ered over Hums, nnd looked like n'
giant compnii'd with tho smaller man.
Tho photographs of tho contest which
came to hand or tho Moann, striking
ly rIiow tho difference In tho mnko up
of tho two men.
Snm Kltzpalrlck, Jack Johnson's
mnnnger, said, the night nftor tho big
fight, that HuniH only landed ono solid
punch on tho negro. In response to 11
question about side wagers on thu
light, Kltzpatilck stutcd Hint he took
all ho could get about .lohiisrin'M
chance, viz: $10,0na.
It tt tt
Frank Chance, caiuln of tho Chlcri-
for 1909. the manufacturers promis
ing to havo 70,000 new cars on the go Cubs, worlds champions of 1908,
market. This will mean the market- snys It Is a tossup whether ho returns
Ing of one ehlcle for each 1000 peo
The estimated value of tho outo
mobllo product of the United Stntes
for the coming season Is $100,000,
000. The manufacturers number 203
and of these 120 nre ninkcrs of motor
cars that are recognized as practical
and of stnndnrd grade. There aro
nineteen In Michigan, thirteen In
Indiana, ten In New York, and eight
lu Ohio. The wages paid In this
country In tho automobile Industry
run 100 per cent, per workman over
those paid abroad. For tho work for
which tho American, gets twcnty-flvo
cents an hour tho foreigner gets only
BIBLE CLASS MAKES
LONG AUTOMOBILE TRIP
It took $13,000 worth of automo
biles to provide an outing for a Dlblo
east to play tho coming season.
Chanco'H illrfeiences with President
Murphy of tho club uro not settled,
Chance says, and ho asserts Murphy
lilts made no oertures of poaco.
Chance mi)s: "It Is not n question of
money hut of management of tho
team. If I am manager I want to havo
full control of the men both on tho
field and off, and that Murphy has not
been willing to concede. Unless hu
will give mo full charge, that Is If ho
engages 1110 as manager, I will not ro
tor 11 to Chicago.
St it tt
,The Wallabies, an Australian Kugby
football team who havo Just toured
tho Ilritlsh IbIch, aro now on tholr
way home, la New York and San
Tho team will play matches In Cali
fornia, and then snll via Honolulu to
Tho Wallabies played 29 games lu
tho United Kingdom, winning 24, drew
clnss tho other day at nichflold one, and lost 4; truly a remnrkablo
Springs, N. Y. The party numbered 1 record.
about- a score, but at a dinner with
which, tho occasion culminated twen
ty-three sat down.
Despite this combination of thir
teen 'and twenty-three, tho party
niado the trip from the homes of Its
memuers in uurn ami uacic wuu
nothing to mar their pleasure. They
were the guests of I. R. Oardlnler,
Krnnklln dealer at Utlca, N. V., and
teacher of tho class, which Is con
nccted with the Tabernacle Ilaptlst
They defeated iiIbo Trance, and tho
powerful Anglo-Welsh team that play
ed In Vnncouvcr last October.
tt It '
Gill and Hothcrnm two of tho All
Ireland polo team, nro at present In
California. Tho two Irishmen havo played ill
Coronado lately and showed good
Nelson In story of llfo tells how he
got $10 for winning his flist big
FRIDAY, FEB. 5, AFTERNOON and EVENING.
Seats at BER0STR0M MUSIC CO. Prices 25c, 60c, 75c,
WEDNESDAY, 3 P. M.
SATURDAY, 3 P. M.
SUNDAY, 3 P. M.
Tickets on sale at Hawaiian
News Co., Ltd., Bishop St.
General Admission 25c
Grand Stand 50o
Reserved Seats (wings). $1.00
Auto and carriage spaces re
served on application.
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