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" 8 EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 11.. FRIDAY, AUQUST fi, 1909.
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. (-jp- VHUAV , JUiE. JWVMt -- - -- - .
, A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Bolt
E.O.Han & SonXtd.
It is unnecessary to use preservatives such as benzo
date of soda in Roods that have been carefully selected
and are of high grade. Eeir.z Roods nie, the best grown I
and preserved in the best cane sugar, spices, vinegar etc.
When you buy Heinz you get tfie purest goods in the mar
ket. Ask Your Grocer
ite Dress Goods
New shipment Ju it arrived by the Alameda.
LACES and EMBROID 2RY all new designs. -
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin' and Bethel Streets.
Batiste 10c yd - now 5 c n yd
White Goods ISc a yd now 10 c a yd
Color lawn Wfa a yd '... .now 7VijC a yd
Xi. Ahoy , Nuuunu, below Hotel
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Fort Street. - Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. v Phone 281,
We get the bulk of this work be
cause of our superior facilities for
handling it and our reasonable
prices. We do all kinds of hauling,
however, and are looking for more
an d See Thein
"-" ''Baseball .
.Aug. 7: ..Diamond, Heads vs.
Aug. 1 f:' Puhaliou vs.
Aiig. 8: A3. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
Aug. 8: K. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 8: Aala vs. Fort
Aug. 8: Chinese Aloha vs.
Aug. 8: Kwn vu Walanae.
Aug. '7: Practice.
Aug. 5: Wull Cup.
, Aug. 8: Mclncrny Cup.
Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordell..
Flye of the best Known nnd care
ful chniiffcurs In tho city have start
u stand of tholr own at the corner
nf King and lllshop streets. The
new concern will be known as tho
Independent Auto Stand, nnd will
comprht tho following experts: W.
1). Hut-nib, Ihilck; Jim liar rub. Max
well; Jerry Hooney, Packard; Frank
Lewis, Kissel; J. A. McLeod, Thomas
, Flyer. Theso men need uo Intrtf
i tluctlonto tho public, but wish to
I have It understood that in their new
j venture promptness, courtesy and
j leusonublo prices will prevail. Tel.
j. S. UgHIDA "
Bicycle shon and general repairing
work. Soeoiflty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work. (;
kino; opp. alapai st; J
C, Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Tninnri-nw nflernoon -will 1)6 hcurd
Hie old familiar sound of tiio fe-,
live fun nt his best. And the rea
son In npt fur to seek, far nro not ,
the old favorite Jewels nnd Puna to
lenew their uncleiit struggles on
KvcrythliiBl shaping up well for
the opening of the senson of IIk
league bull, nnd It only needs the
J support of the public to mnke the
, series n great biicccss. And It la
' really up to the public to get In and
boost the .national game for nil they
ure worth, or doe wo will be drop
ping out of the lino as regards tlrst
The Minor Leagues Bcem to bo In
favor of allowing their members to
play big ball If they nro conaldercd
good enough, and Hint Is the only
sensible way In which fresh blood
can bo Introduced into tho game. I
In fact It la strange how tho rule
prohibiting Juniors from trying
tlidtr luck with tho seniors over
cal'no Into force. If a minor league
player gets Into big company for a
while but docs not make good, why
should he not be allowed to return t
to n minor league? I
Is It thought that tho Junior nasi
j Improved so much nnd so suddenly
by bla association with the "big"
men that he will prove too strong
for tho minors?
Why cannot the whole matter be
adjusted as In other Biorts, where
a promising youngster Is given n
chance of making good In llrst-rlnsa
teams, nnd If he falls, of course, re-
turns to the Junior ranks till he, by
j .fuiHbor practice, shows that he
j really has the makings (ft a good
! man In him. Then onjils second, or
oven third, attempt-he makes good
and rcma'lns In tho first flight?, I
' Therd Is n nuse In .the dog-ln-thc-
manger style of business, and tho
Bi'uut;rAiiic Pi'murs tiiiu juniurs get
together1 for tlio good of tho gamo
na a wrrole, the better for everybody.
u n st
Country Glub '
In tho .Mclncrny cup play tho re
sults, so far, have been: Campbell
bent Waterman, 3 und 2; Hnrtwctl
beat Walker, S and 4i Cushmun Car
ter beat Jos. Dougherty, G and S.
Tho 'following matches must bo
plnyed.belnrp sunset on .Saturday,
'August 14r M., A. Hoblnt.on vs. A.
Ewait.lF. W, Klcbalin vs. .1. a Kvans.
Geo. II. Angus vs. A. F, Judd l'rlnco
Kuhlo vs. Wjii. Jamlesnn Dr. High vs.
C. V., IMnyuiils, Harold Glffurd vs. J.
in all 'cases the rst named Is the
appointor of dntjus, and should the
match fall to'bei'pluyed. the first
named In each case will be considered
as the defaulter, unless the greens
committee U.otUerwIso notlllcd.
Op Sunday, .August 1C, tho second
round will commence Tho winner of
number ono mntjch In the first round
will play tho winner of number two.
and so on, until the winner of number
nine will play V. Simpson, und the
rest, of tho bjfes will enter tho second
round and', play tts follows: W. Ilnbo
vs". O, Sorene'o'n'. H. A. Walker vs. C.
Welghtra. n. Caftcr vs. J. O. Young,
Captain Campbell' vs. Jas. F. Fcnwlck,
Francis 'Brown vs. S'. O, Wilder J. II.
Flddea vs"? F. Munro. J. A, Wilder vs.
F. E, Atherton, 8. Boardmore vs. I),
W. Andercon',, A'!'W. Thayer vb. E. A.
MottSmllh, n'. B. Booth vs. T. Olll, F.
II, Armstrong vs. A. C. Hohlnson.
Tho Country Club Is in flno bhnpo
now.' and most of the members are In
good fopn, nnl lopklng forward lo
tho play for the cup. Tho noxt luv
portant event at the club, once tho Mc.
I Iliorny cup Is disiosed of, Is tho
Medal Piny on September 0,
Dick' Sullivan Is quickening up In
his work and Is being bundled by
his faithful aide do camp, Heine,
who takes the greatest pains with
his principal. Fort Shatter Is on
Ideal place lo train, "liml Dick Is
lucky, to have the use of such n
' .' it ,tt a
Jack Cordell is feeling the want'
of good .iparringj partners, and his
.trnlncivToiiy IJine,. In trying to get
hold of-snme bnrd, bitting young fol
lows who wouldM)d Willing, for n
consideration,, to stand up to' the
mlddlew'eTglil unci 'mix things a bit.
'" '' It' It
Tim roln swimming race between
tita',Myrtlo and llealnnl cldbs' has
'b'ebio'slponed-tlll Saturday, August
14. A race for married men over a
distance p'f r,n vnrds will also take
place on that date.
Bv Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
13. S. Geo clcarly.proved his title
to be ono of tHe best, It not the
actual best, tennis players In these
Islands yesterday when he defcatd
A. 'L. I,owrey three sets straight,
7-r,, 0-4, 6-2t
The man from Manila certainly
Lhowed his class on tho courts yes
terday nnd' by all around brilliant
play became eligible to compete
against Warren, the present holder
of the Wali cup, for the honor of
holding the trophy for Uic Bcason.
The first set was a triumph for
Oce, anil nt one stage Lowrey had
five games to his opponent's one,
and the set looked n certnlnty tor
him. However, "flee, pulling him
self together In great style, over
hauled his man, und nfter a strug
gle made It five all, and' then, going
on In faultless manner, took tho
set, 7-3. m '
In tho second set the two experts
were at their best,' and some of the
strokes were' worthy of Norman
Urookes. Gee's' passing shots wero
well nigh perfect,' and he found the
side' lines time after time.
Gee also took the second set, C-4,
but the 'game was n much closer ono
than the 'scores would Indicate. Most
of the games went to deuce and
vantage several times before the
winning point was mado.
Things did not look bright for
I.owrey wKcn the men mado a strt
for the third set., as Gee, with two
nets to the good, could, If he cared
to, take it .easy for a setnnd (hen
sparkle up In the fourth. However,
there was nothing IlkebaJ dolftg,
and Gee forcing the piny, soon iVail
the set 3 to 1 In hU favor. ,''
Lowrey .then got' holdrof himself
and took one came, moro from Gee,
and then the set ended in Gee's fa
Oce wilt play W. U Warren for
the Wall cup Saturday' at 4 p. m
and the playls sure to biras good ns
has ever been seen In these Islands.
Junior Sailors "
' WelcorncAt Club
Special efforts are being mado by
the veteran yachtsmen of tho Terri
tory to Interest tho younger genera
tion In the sport of sailing. It Is
' realized that It is to the Interests of
the club, und tho sport In general, that
tho youth of tho city bo given every
opportunity to become'' acquainted with
tho delights of sailing. " ' '
Comniodoro Wilder, of the Hawaii
Yacht Club has sent out tho. following
notlco for 'publication: '"
"Tho cruise of,', the, Hawaii Yacht
Club on Saturday und Sunday, August
14 and IS, Is arranged especially, for
kthu younger yachtsiden. I should, bo
pleased to see tho "crow of tho Hawaii
made up of youngsters almost entirely.
I Thoy need not 'necessarily be mem
bers of tho yacht club The club will
welcome uboard trio Hawaii all the
boys who are now. taking an Interest
lu sailing arid those who liavo been
sailing small boats In the harbor on
Sundays arc particularly Invite')!.
There will bo no expense whatever
for tho Juniors who want to conio
on the Hawaii. All they have to do, Is
to let.mo know in good tlmo that the)
are coming. Tho niorj tho murler.
Abies and Hongh are.twa'orMho names
that nro .connected with! Juulor yacht
ing and I should )k pleased if thoy
would let- all the other, young yachts
men know about this and coniimini.
cuto with mo nt tho Tux Office. Tho
cruise will start on Saturday after
noon, August 14, and finish beforo
"C. T. WILDER. '
"Commodore Hawaii Yacht Club."
Ewa Pitcher Is'
On Sunday tlie. Athletic Park wilt
be the scene of no .less than three
games of baseball. .In the morning
the' -final gamo of the plantation
chnmplonbhlp will be played, and
Kwa-nnd Walanae will , fight it out
to a finish. ,
Both 'teams think ,the'y' havo a,
mortguge On the championship, and
there Is sure going to be tome root
ing done before the last Inning Is
George Clarkt will pitch for Ewa',
and he Is Inltho best of form just
now. This young athlete Is always
In training, and goes through-stunts
that would make a professional boir
er look to, his laurels,, Tom" Col
lins of Ewa Is looking after Clarko,
and as that young man has had con
siderable experience fdr his nge In
the handling of runners and otlior
Hthletea, the pride of Ewa Is in good
Collins, who Is a nephew of Mag
nate West, ran sixth In the Jinlf
mlle championship of New South
Requires the b6st to eat" and drink.
The best arid' most -healthful
drinks on the market today are
our Sodas.,- .
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHIEUF, Manager.
Wales, and ns n Held of thtrty-thrco
started Jn th'nt event the' Ewa hid
did very well.
(Clarko can put In a very good out:
curve, and his work Is always good
'on tho diamond. All the Ewa peo
'.ta! will be In to Bee their 'team try"
ani,, hand Walanae theirs, and us
the' tatter's supporters will also be
:on hand, the' rooting should be one
thing of Joy from the, start,
' -The charges nt tho gates will bo
the same as on Sunday afternoons,
and there is no doubt that tho grand
stand will bC crowded with tho supporters'-
of both claimants for the
chniftplonship honors. '
Barney J,6y will umpire the game,
'and his expert opinion of tho vnrlnus
points of .the game will be listened
to with, great iuteiest, Piny -vy 111
start nt8;-IS a. in., nnd It behooves'
everybody to set their alarm clock
at 'the usual week-day hour, sous to
.be on time at the park.
u u n
On Sunday the first of a scries of
three games to decide the champion
ship of the Kapiolani League will
be played at Atkinson park. The
Kallhls won the championship of
the second series, tind tlie Iteach
team won the ;latiie'ls In the first
' Tho extra three games will decldo
which team is the better altogether,
nnd much Interest Is being shown
Jn tho play. Whichever nine wins
two out of the thrco games will be
declared the champions.
The league used to play out at
Kapiolani I'nik, but owing to the
"distance It was decided to play at
-.'Atkinson l'ark Instead, Some good
games have been put up by the
teams nnd tho pluy ull around litis
been very ovon.
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Cricket At Makiki
Tlifcro will .bo an Interesting crick
et match at Makiki tomorrow after
noon, when tho mnrrlcd anil single
members of tho club will mct on
The gamo will tnko on tho look of
'A, practice match for. .the team, which
Is going to make the Maul, trip, and,
taking It nil around, Bhould" be' an
enjoynbleaflernoon's spurt 9
, Cricket U booming now-a-dnys,
and tho pluy of tho local men is lm
'proving u lot, The batting, as n
rule, Is fairly good, but the fielding
Is away behind first-class fornL
Still as tho pructlco afternoons
aro Increased In number an Improve
picnt Is noticed, nnd us some of the
now players nro getting outo tho
game in good' stylo here Is every
reason to .expect Unit tho boom will
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AX. KAUFMA NTALKS BIO.
"Al Kaufman, who Is on his .way to
Senttlo to chgagoiii un exhibition
bout With" Dr. 'Roller, has Issued the
following statement: i.
I ''It has repeatedly been Btated'nt
Idle that I am sidestepping matches
and demanding exorbitant purses. As
' I hold an entirely opitosttu position, I
trust you will publish the following:
"lu tho first place, I did no like lo
harass any boxer who lias un affair
on' bis bunds, like Ke'tchcl and Laug
lord at Nevada; for that' reason 1
havo held aloof. Now that it appears
' that that match Is o!T, I vlll(mako tho
'.following proposition to Messrs. Ket- .
1 chol, Urltt, Hall, et al. Brltt nn
I nounced a fow dnys ngo that Kotchel
would meet ma for $17,000. Now If
the Nuwula offer, Is bona fldo,' I will
tuko Lungford's place nnd allow Ket
ch'el $17,500 for 111 11 end, lose or draw,
and $2000 of the put bo If he stays
over twenty rounds. If tho Nevudn
offer Is off, I will make, him the fol
lowing terms, us I do not demand a
I guaranteed purse. ' If bonio of tho
local promoters will nllow a reason-
nolo percentage, I will gtva Ketchel
4 per cent or tho boxers' end for every
round ho stays, merely reserving for
' myself 1 per cent, to cover my train-
, lug expenses. Cr I will allow lilmV,
I two-thirds of the contestants' end,
win, lose or nrnw.
"I do not desire to plnce myself
In thox position of a heavyweight'
hounding a middleweight, but ns'Brltt
has been, .talking considerably, in an
effort to place lutein n wrong light,,
I reel fully Justlfed in this stand. In
rcgnrd to Johnson, I wns Blncero for
my part, but listened to my advlsuis
who havo older heuds', for tho fol
"'I urn only 23 years of ngo nnd
the only one, nt thq present time lo
whom the public can look lo retake .
tho title. I expect to bo ready for .
him a Utile later on, but they want
me to be suro of myself when I start,
nnd when ,1, do, they bellovo the sport
ing fraternity nnd tho public In gen-,
oral, will "bestow n little credit on n"
native r.ou who will bo II10 third '
champion; of the world to hull from
California." AL KAUFMAN.
A RETURN SHOT.
"If you wunt to be Up to dnte, Mrs.
Hasher,' you'll havo to get a side
board," remarked young Slopay.
"And If you don't come up to date
with your payments soon, MrIlSlo
pay," rejoined tho landlady, ''you'll
hnvo to get outside board."
Mr. SWAHN '
Formerly cutter' for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.