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Chain and Belt
E. O.Hall & Son,Ltd.
Five of the best known nnd care
ful chauffeurs In the tit have Rtnrt-
stand of their own 11 1 tho corner
'of King and lllshnp streets. Tuo,UMKu:inblc pikes will, prevail. Tel
new concern wm ue Known as 1110
Independent Auto Stand, and will
roraprlst tho following experts: W.l
11. Haryib, llulct; Jim Ilnrruli, M.ij-'
It is unnecessary to use preservatives such as benzo
date of soda in goods that have been carefully selected
and arc of hjgh grade. Heinz goods are the best grown
and preserved in the best cane sugar, spices- vinegar, etc.
When you buy Heinz yo get the purest goods in the mar
let. ' Ask Your Grocer
White Dress Goods
New shipment ju t arrived by the Alameda.
IACES and EMBEOID 2RY all new designs.
YEE CHAN CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets,
Batiste 10c yd
White Goods 19c a yd
Color Lawn 12V.C a yd
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
Consignment of the
well; Jerry Itooncy. Packard; Frank1
Lewis, Kissel; J. A. McLcod, Thomus
il'ljer. Thcso men need no Intro-
ductlonlo the public, but wish to
hau It understood that In their new
enturc promptness, courtesy and
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
1 ' riitrral Room Phoo" 185.
.now 7V.C a yd
and See Them
Puunene All Ready
To Defend Cup
ruuncne Is looking forward to tho
visit of tho Honolulu tennis party
with great delight, and all the ar
rangements nro now completo for
the entertainment of the visitors.'
And what thin means Is known to
all those who have at, any time
nmdo a stay at the hospitable plan
tation. The visiting team wll have
the time of their lives, and besides
11 whole day's tennis will bo treated
to a (1 1 11 Hi r and dance at the Club.
The grass courts at Puunene aro
looking t licit Very best, and thoy
ate being cut and rolled frequently.
Tho fence surrounding tho courts
I Ins been nmdo higher, and the
! whole grounds have been well fixed
up In anlltlp.ttlon of tho coming
I torn nanii nt, when 0. .aim will to
10 rccoer possesion of the bctutl
Till cup that now Is in the hands of
the Puuiicno Tenuis Club.
The Honolulu to. mi will lc.ua
town on rrlda), Aug. 13, and will
an ho at Puunene nliout 8 o'clock
next morning. Tho tournament wilt
start light away and will continue
till about noon, when a restlwlll be
taken till 2 o'clock lrforder to' avoid
the heat of tho da.
-Jftcr tho tonnls Is pnu, the visit
ors will bo entertained In the usual
Mnul style and tlfat Is the best
I over.' In tho evening a dance will
j bo glvsn, and this will bo attondod
. I) the south and hoaut) of the
I wholocountr side.
The Otihu bunch will icturn to
town on Sund'a) morning and then
' 11 in 1.- ..1.1- ... ... . ...
i,i ,iu (tutu in Biiumi 1110 resi 01 mo
day discussing certain stiokea that
fliould hao been pacd this wa),
ami others that should
dealt' with otherwise.
The Puunenfl tilp is alwajs look
11I .forward to with kcon Interest bj
porjbody. and the iirrkrnt exmr-
1 slon Ik no exception. Tho II. C. &
1 H. bms nio tho best hosts in tho
Inlands.- and tlint Is trolng sonic.
The Bullet.r. Publlshinr Co..
Ltd., is agent i'or the best engraving
and lithoijrauhing comoany on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to irive estimates on hlgh-aride
irintinir of every kind.
ilso nrices and samples of the
Very latest in Engraved Cards,
invitations, in the best of form
'or smart function.
rl'illrfp RnsrhiHir OfW Phon
.ii.il. r,iif,ja 0. pi,np
By.Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
WMWU MimNWMHmMHM !!
Big League Ball
Now Hint the opening day of tho
big league lt getting bo close, pco
pearo talking baseball all tho tlmo,
sntl many aro tho surmises as to how
the dlfforont teams will stack up
against ono another.
Tho first game, which Is to be
played the day after, tomorrow, will
be between thcDlnmond Heads and
Punahous, and these old rivals aro
putting In great licks at practice In
preparation for tho renewal of their
old time hard fought battles on the
When the game starts on Satur
day there should be very few acant
tlcats In tho grandstand and stilt
Icbs on the bleachers. All the hall
fans Tire eager to bco big ball again,
and hundreds of pcoplo who never
go to the minor lenguo games wilt
turn out and cheer their favorites
on to victor).
Tho salo or tickets Is going on
finely, nnd Kddlo Fernandez Is on
deck at Gunst Eakln's store every
day from 11 to 1 o'clock, ready to
hand out the season passes for the
small sum of $4 rcsercd, and 12.50
for ordinary scats.
As twelve games are to be plnjcd
In the series, the cost of a ticket Is
very moderate, and no ono can do
better thnn Invest n few dollars for
the necessary pasteboard.
There will only bo one game
each Saturday, and that Is quite
sufflclent, for It will be real good
ball by the best' pla era In these Is
lands. On Saturday the teams and Hawa
iian band will bo convejed out to
ho grounds in special cars provided ,
by tho Ilapld Transit. Starting
from the drlllshcd, tho cars will run
down Hotel to the O. R. & L. depot,
nnd then, will Journey out King to
tho grounds. Tho band will play
during tho trip and It will seem like
old times again to sco the men In
their uniforms down town.
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Final Of WaU
Yesterday afternoon on the Ucrc
tanla courts tho Wall Cup tourna
ment was advanced , another stage,
and Lowrey, by defeating Sinclair,
became eligible to play Geo In the
Lowrey took three straight, 6-2",
6-3, C-, and plajcd in cxcellont
form riglvt through. He made
some marvelous strokes at times,
and his placing was very accurate.
Sinclair, who wus rccehlng 15 from
Lowrey, played well nt times, but
his opponent was too strong In both
his ground strokes and voile) iug,
Uco and Lowrey will meet this
afternoon In tho final, and one of the
moat exciting games of tenuis that
has cer been nlatcd on the local
courts should eventuate.
Hoth men phi) fro mscintch, nnd
there should be nn exhibition of ten
nis this afternoon that will be worth
going miles to see. Tho winner ot
toda)'a match will meet V. L War
ren, tho urcbent holder of tho Wall
cup, a)id should Lowrey win against
Gee, tho guino with Warren will be
pln)e dtomorrow. Huwover, If Gee
defeats Lowrey tho match against
Warren will not be pln)cd till Sat
urday Lowiey has Introduced a new scr
yco which puts a big screw on tho
ball, and It Is expected thnt he will
make Geo extend himself to the Urn
Jt this nfternoon.
A hi? crowd Is sure to turn up at
tho courts to watch the play, and
there Is no doubt thnt the two ex
pert racket men will put up a splen
did light befoie the final point Is
called. The match will bo for tho
est three out of flvo sets, ami II I
,mr" ,0 ""V wo will win.
Aii invitation has been received
nt this office to the rccoptlon by
tho Chinese Athletic Club In honor
of lis baseball team. Tho recep
tion will be held at St. Elizabeth's
Hoiito, lorner King nnd Pua Lane,
Palatini, on Thursday oienlng, Aug
wn i.' '
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.Thoie will bo u meeting of the
Itlvcruldo League at noon In tho of
fice of Atkinson & Quarlea. Among
(ho mattors-to boconnldcrcd will be
that of. tho proposal to allow Junior
players to tako part In tho big lcaguo
games. -tfV. v
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l)lcktlSulllvan and Jerry Cokor,
who aro oprning the Ito)al Annex
Ihi ne(',-Siitiu'(lii). haio Issued in
iltafloriH tp nil their fi lends to drop
In an) tlmo fiom G to 11:30 o'clock.
rormerlv cutter for H. P, Roth, it
now in rharge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Mclnerny Clip And .
Other 'Golf Note
Play wlll'bo continued In tho lc
Incrny cup on Sunday at the Coun
try Club, and as everything there Is
In tho best of shape, no doDbt a
large number of golfers' will make
a trip out tb the links.
The greatest Interest has been
shown In tho results of the Tom
Morris cup, nnd when the scores
were published In the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
a few days ago, great satisfaction
was felt when ft was seen that tho
Oahu Club, had done so well.
And when U'8,. remembered that
two of tho best 'golf plajcrs h' tho
islands wcrft unable to compete In
tho Morris cup, owing o their be
ing too joung.it is thought that nt
the next attempt trie local men will
do much better.
Tho two-somes have, till Sunday
In finish their nlav. alW It Is thousht
that thatVlll bo-amplo time to al
low, of all the gAmcs bIng played.
Golf Is' becoming more popular
every May In these Islands, and at
Halelwa, Moanalua and the Country
Club there Is 'somclng doing all
Clifford Kimball, who used to be
tho moving spirit In Country Club
affairs, is now out of town and has
other links to look after. He' Is
making Halelwa ctcn more popular
than ever, and that Is saying some
thing. Every Sunday a big crowd
takes the Limited and put In tho
day at Halelwa, whero fishing, golf
nnd nil kinds of sport can be had.
It Is probable that a golf tourna
ment will be placd In the near fu
future at Halelwa, and tho usual
bunch of players arc suro to mako
Polo Match On
When the Oahu Polo Club meets
the Fifth Cavalry next Saturday,
week at Moanalua on of the larg
est crowds that ever made tho trip
to Mr. Damon's beautiful domain
will probably be on hand.
Tho Lellehua team will be In tho
best of form, and It may be that they
will turn the tables on the Honolulu
four. Tho first game at Schoflcld
was a splendid one, and tho Cavalry
officers played very differently to the
way they did when the first game
was brought oft.
The team to represent Oahu will
probably bo the samo.as that which
played last time. - Some cbange'may
be made, aa E..H,-' Lewis Is back
from the coast, and he Is a dashing
Player, wno Is alwajs on the ball.
R Is very likely that a number of
new tunica win ue uouu ui iug niaicn
on') Saturday week. Sam Baldwin
received a fine mount this morning
from Frank on Maul, and the pony
stood tho tilp on tho Claudltio very
The field at Moanalua has been
put Into due shape, and will bo at Its
ery best for the great match. Moa
nalua Is closed to town and many
pcoplo who could not make tho trip
to Lcllehuut will ho ablo .to attend
The local team Is practicing hard,
for tho match, nnd thetmembers aro'
Bhowlng good form, tow. It is. ex
pected that some of tho best play,
so far. In the smiles will bo seen on
Saturda) week.'" "
Practice Crlcicet '
, Match Arranged
Cricket Is attracting the atten
tlo oof quite a number ot ball play
ers.' and some o fthem have an-
nolnccd their Intention of having a
try ai me game. , , y
The success of Hurna, Sumner,
Ilobertson nnd Co. has shown that
the keen ejo that Is developed In
baseball Is very, useful at the other
game. If th ball players could only
practice sufficiently to get used to
plu)ing balls that come up oft tho
pitch, as woll as they do the ones
that come In full tossed, the diamond
men would surprise the older hands
Give a baseball roan a chance at
a full tosser, und watch him swlpo
It out of the ground, but just pitch
tho ball nn tho crease and tho new1
hand is lost. ,
Thp cricket team for Maul Intends
practlcln gon Saturday next',Und It
Is hoped to havo a match .between
two elevens which will be, picked on
the grounds, i
This iJ a good idea, and It 'is to
bo hoped tbat sufficient players wl
fnrn nn in mali. twrt ..11 .n.,-!
rum up to mako two full teams;
Play will start at. 2:15 sham, and
n all those intending to pliy, are re
quested to be on deck then. As
much piactlce as possible Is wante'd
for tho Maul pla)ers'are reported to
tic in line fettle, and as, feeling con
fident thnt they ran lower tho colors
nf'tho Honolulu bunch.
Don't Poison Baby.
CORTT TEAKS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have ,
r paregoric or laudanum to make It sleep,, Theso drugs will produce sleep, t
and a, few drops tee knatiy wilt produce the stoop from which there,!
waking . Many aro tho children who havo been killed or whoso health li'aV
been ruined for life- by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a
narcotlo product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from soiling either of tho .
narcotics named to, children at all, or to anybody, '.without labeling tlipm
"poison." The definition of "narcotlo" Is: "A mcilMn which relieve pain
and product! tletp, but which in poitonout doset produce tiupor, coma, eonvut'
fort and death." TJio taste and smell of medicines containing, opium am illv
gulseM, and sold under Jhe names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrupi,"
te. You should not permit any medicine to be gtvon to your children without s
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aildt from my own tunllr eiptrieoM, I im,ln
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Odeat rttaoij In tlisMt trerj home."
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The best and most healthful
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. Telephone 71.
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