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EVENINa BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H , SATUnDAY.'UO. 1,' 1949.
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Arrived by "Hiloriian"
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Bolt Drive.
Call and See Them
BIO LEAGUE GAMlt TODAY AT ALL okoUHDS, THREE MATCHES
. AT ATHLBTIC PARK AND TWO AT AALA TOMORROW STD1L
MORE SUNDAY BALI AT KAPIOLANI SEVERAL OTHER MIN
OR GAMES. '
Thkrn will" be enough baseball to-1 betwee n the Chinese and Kewalos.
lay nhO tomorrow to satisfy eYen and "will without doubt be the
. ... . , Z, -,.i mI thing In the line of baseball.
The usual supporters of the Rler
side League will be sure to he on
hand, and they should lie rewarded
by being treated to some good,
snappy ball. '
Still more bBseball: At Kaplo
lanl Park the Knllhls and Seals will
have a game, sturtlng at 9:30 a. m.
These two teams lire very anxious to
lime a go at one another, and the
fans are about evenly divided as to
which Is the better team.
Talk about baseball being popu-
I lar; It Is easily seen by the tew prin
cipal games mai tire puuvu men
tioned what a hold the national
game has In these Islands, llesldes
the' matches written about there are
several other games at different
lns the city, and no matter
where one turns, the familiar cry
the most Inveterate fan, This aft'
rrnoon it the League Grounds tho
I'unahnus and1 Diamond I lends will
meet nt,3;aOJ and one of the old
time, games of hall should 'etcntu
i.te. J .
The players and Hawaiian band
will meet nt the N. 0. II. drlllshed
and bonrd two ,Hapld Transit car J
which wllliconvfy the hunrh around
town before maUng a break for thn
If the threatening rain holds off,
a hlg'ciowd Is sure to put In an up
pearanre oil the league grounds, an I
they will be rewarded by seeing i
clats of ball that has not been
handed out for smile time In IhM
A glanco nt the lliuMin, nt both, point
teams will make the fans' Keth wn-. when
'Hall one" Is to be beard.
Mr--, Puunene Tennis
ler, for It Is manv a di" since such of
-. bunch of biill toasept hae tackled.
,ly game. Punahou will be repre-
anlnil It. tlia fallnwltlt, tl I .. a i XIa-
Corrliitan, c; Mcdcraft, p; Marcal-i D A J
in, lb; Pgnnk Hooks. 2b; Claieuce IT AITS jTUOUTC 'Cl
7coke, Nb; W. lliunpton, ss; D. ' '
icla, If; Jack Kin, cf; fohn Water-' Puuriene Tennis Club members are
'loure. rf. Diamond lleud Wlnne,, imine forward to the visit of the
It is unnecessary to use preservatives such as benzo
date of soda in goods that have been carefully selected'
and are of high grade. Heinz goods ate the best grown
and preserved in the best cane sugar, spices- vinegar) etc.
When you buy Heinz you get the purest goods in the mar
ket. Ask Your Grocer
White Dress Goods
New shipment jirt arrived by the Alameda.
LACES and EMBROID ZRY all new designs.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets.
Aug. 7: t Diamond Heads vs.
Punahou. ' ,
Aug. 14: Punahou 'vs.
St. Louis. 4
Aug. 8; J. A. C. vs. C. A. C.r
Aug. 8: K. A. C. vs. U. 8. M.
Aug. 8: Aala VS. Fort
' Aug. 8: Chinese Aloha vs.
1 Aug. 8: Kwa vs. Walanae.
Aug. 7: Practice.
Aug. 7: Wull Cup.
4 00lf ,
1 ,'. Aug. 8: Mclnerny Cup. .
Fistic. ',' .
Aug. 14 1 Sullivan vs.-' Cordell.
Twenty' rounds. ' '
Aug. 1C: Barconl'vs. TerrV.
Leslie, p; Kddle Kernindes, 1h;
iivts, 3d; ;. uuimiiKworin, an; si
','lillllngworlh. "s; Sumner, If r J
Fernandet, cf; Willing or XI syne. rf.
It Is uplo the biscball public to
patronise Xthe . Honolulu'' "Leagtia'
games, and' It Is belleved."that the
will do so, '
Then on Sunday what a 'feast of
ball Is to be laid out for theftim to
enjoy. 'From 9 ejclock' In the mornJ ne'ne forwafds'th'e letlJirb4cJL,J' "
Ini till dark there wllrb(Vl some follows:" . F, E. Steere and C, H-
Honolulu team with great glee. They
i hnve selected six pairs to play
against the flower of Oahu, and, al
though one or two of the best plnj-
erV namts Are mlssng from the list,
Uie team s a whole' js u fairly
strong ohey v " - '
TIia Jiu hat. kan ! Hwa tin
j AMD UIHV-MWa UWM U,W ,! M
and', Secretary' Shoemaker of Puu-
thlng doing at Hie Athletic Park,,
Hljmjjnw'.iy vs. Wm. Lougher and
and at An.la there will -nhto beiwm. WaIh;'A.-K.'Cunba'drid W.'.L.
gAhies lp' the morning
Batiste 10c yd ,-vnow 5 c a yd
White Goods ISo a yd s now 10 o a yd
Color Lawn I2V2C a yd now 7'2c a yd
I4. Ahdy, Nuuunu, below Hotel
Five of the best known and care
ful chauffeurs In the city have start-1
p stand of their own at the corner
1 of King and Ulshop streets. The
I new concern will be k'nown as the
limOpUUUCllL AUIU OINIIU, ailU Will
comprlst the following experts: W.
II. Hnrrub. Uulck; Jim Ilarrub, Max
well: Jerry nooney, .Packard; Frank
Lowls, Kissel; J. A. McLcod, Thomas
Flyer. These men need no Intro
ductions tho public, but wish to
hao It understood that In tbelr new
venture promptness, courtesy and
reasonable prices will prevail. Tel.
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
Formerly cutter for H. P. Both'," is
now in charge of L. B. KERR A
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
iv al inn new iinrK ini inucQ ioikcu
ofgame between Ewa ;and waianue
(or ne cnampionsnip oi;iae piania
tan league will be played, and It
promises to be lb best -ever. The'
Walanae team, accompanied bjc'tbelr
famous band, will come" Into town
today, so as to have a. practice on
the new diamond. The. team Is as
follows: J. Mejet, c; Mer.vln Simp
son, p; George Mejer, ib; K. Ka-.
noho, 2b; W. Ilush, 3b; J. LopcB, ss;'
J. Mundon, If; F. Lopes, cf; K. Nl
shl, rf. Ewa 0. Clnrke. p; J.
W. Vannata. c; C. W. Olrvln, lb;.
M. Plata. 2b; W, Meyer, 3h; 1, I).
Ilento, ss; Joe Ellas, If; James La-
ilng, cf; M. Rodrlques, rf.
. The whole of the population of
Ewu sod Walanae Intend taking In
the'gpue tomorrow, anil all that Is
nqw required Is a tint day. The
plaers, band and 'fans will do the
rest for sure.
Then In the afternoon tho second-round
In the Oahu' League will
start: ,so.tar each team has played
the. others once, nnd lit the second
round the same will, be done, except
that the order will be reversed. The
C. A, C b and J. A. C.s will have a
go at ono another tomorrow, anil
the Marines and Kallhls wjll also
have a try to whitewash one another.
The half-wets will be out for gore
tomorrow, and are determined to
show the public that they can go
through the second round unde
All three games at the Athletic
Park should be well worth watch
ing, and there Is no' doubt that one
of the largest crowds of' the season
will visit the popular Sunday resort.
There will bo things doing at
Aala Park, too, In the afternoon, and
the.AnlnK and Fort' Shatters will
have another crack at one another,"
The, Shatters are certainly stickers
from way back, nnd they are improv
ing a lot, tpo. They' should, with a
blj of luck, about put It over the
opposition nine. k"
The second game at Aala will be changed
Warren vs. M. Myers and A. M
Nowell; K. A. Cooke and F C. Ather
ton'vs. a! W. Collins and V. E.1 Fos
ten Capt, IJow'and'D. W, Anderson
vs. C. D. Llndsay'and Rsr R. II. Tun
ner; C O. llockus and John Wafer-
house vs. JMellor and F, D, Rose-
crans; J, J. Page and S. M. Dallou
Vs. F. F. Ualdwln and J. II. Thomp-
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, (hutney.
1 Guava Jelly ' arid Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Pa paia
1 84 Hotel St. Phone 1110
enth -pair, with whom they will
tackla, any couple of players who
hapupeii. to make, the trip along with
the Honolulu men.
Of the Puuneue pairs, Mjers and
Nowell look, a strong , couple, and
next to (hem F, F, Baldwin anil
Thompson appear to have a good
chance of winning their part of the
tournament. Lougher and Wafsh,
If In form, will put tip a fine game,
hut the struggle bttween Cunha
Warren and Myers-Nowell should be
about the star match of the lot.
The tournament will be conducted
In the savie manner as that of last
year.. and each. team will play three
sets straight against its drawn op-
i j iia nuuuiuiu iruui win icuiv
town on Friday next, and after play'
lag the match' at Puunene will re'
turn to the city on Bunday. The
excursion to Puunene Is always a
most enjoyable one, and the present
trip should be no exception, . '
What with baseball, tennis, lunus
and dances, the Puunene Festival j
promises to be the beat on record,
, r 1)
BIO BLACK 8POT ON UN.
Easiest to clean.
No trouble with doors.
Uses least ice.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
. Hardware Department,
Requires the best to eat and drink.
The best and most healthful
drinks on the market today are
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF. Manager.
nil SHE SLEEPS ON A "LEGGETT"
HI H ' mm B
9 v ,A V
The LEGGATT SPRING BED
We guarantee for ten yean t
Coyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
Bestful, Durable, Sanitary, Noiseless
against tagging or breaking.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Fort Street. -Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
Bioycle shop and general xepairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KINO, OFF. AIAFAI ST,
0, Q. YEE HOF 4 CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Boston, July 27. The Untied States
hydrogriphlc station' hs been advlsad
of a distinct black spot with a cornet
like tall traveling across the surface
of the) Bun, as seen by Captain K. J,
Janseu, commandtfr of the first stea'ni
eiy Admiral Farrsgut, which arrived
today from Jamacla Captain Jansun
said he saw the spot , through his
soxtant when off Charleston, S, C:
again off Cape Hatteras, and once
more last Sunday off Nantucket. Kach
time the position of the spot had
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
.AT, VON HAMM.YOUNQ OARAOEl
Townsend Undertaking"; i
Co., Ltd., f j
Carry a complete stock of Coffins and Caskets. Tbev i
have just acquired the "Everlasting" process of Embalm
ing. This system does away with any mutilation of the
They are the promoters of the City Mausoleum.
Agents for the Harrison Mutual Association.
TlTeir prices and services are satisfactory,
W.-W. HALL, President.
J. H. TOWNSEND, Funeral Director.
. ', " ' GEORGE ROCHA, Assistant.
Office and Chapel, No. 69-71 Beretania St.
Soil, black or Walanae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces, "
P. M. POND
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