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EVEN1N0 BULLKTIK, HONOLULU, T.vH., TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1909
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Bolt Drive.
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date of soda in goods that have been carefully selected
and are of high grade. Heinz goods are 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
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White Dress Goods
New shipment juit arrived by the Alameda.
LACES and EMBROIDERY all new designs.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin; and Bethel Streets.
Batiste lOo yd now 5 c a yd
White Goods 15c a yd now 10 o a yd
Color Lawn 12y2c a yd now 7'2c a yd
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
WE SEIL BLACK SAND, CORAL, WHITE SAND,
SOIL, etc., We have the lowest prices in
the city for these materials.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Fort Street. Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
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Au(t.lrvPuhanou vs. '
,. 'St. Louis.
Alife, 21!'' -KnnVs -Vs. St. Louis.
Auk. 1C: J. A. C. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. 1C: C. A. C. vs. U. S. M.
Aug. 21: II. C. C. vs. Maul.
Aug. 14: Honolulu vs.
Aug. IS: Mclnomy Cup.
' Aug. 14: Sullivan vs. Cordell.
' Aug. 11: Sarcoid vs. Torry.
Aug. 14: Honolulu vs.
St. Louis And Puns.
At League Grounds
Illg Lcaguo baseball will bo con
tinued on Saturday next attho ball
grounds, when tho St. Louis team
will meet tho Punahou team. The
two teams will bo strong ones, and
n good game of hall should result.
Now thht a Mart has been made In
tho big lenguo scries It Is up to the
followcis of the gamo to get In and
lend a helping hand by patronizing
the ball grounds on Saturdays.
The gamo last Suturday was one
el clnl no doubt, but stilt tho work of
Iho Diamond Heads was so good that
It compensated for the weak game
put up by tho other team.
It some of tho best Juniors were
allowed to go up and play with tho
seniors (or u wlillo, tho game all
iiniund would be much Improved,
iiml even If some of tho minor league
players did not mako good right
away tlicy should be allowed to re
turn to tho Junior ranks again with
out any objection from anybody.
Tho re uro a fow Juniors who, with
u beauon or two of practice with tho
older players, would get onto the
game well and turn out a credit to
tho Territory whon next a Coast
team arrives to play a series of
, By Hour or Trip.
G. CflJBeokley, Jr.
At Fort Shaf rer
Now that we arc within a fow
days of tho date set for the great
boxing match for the middleweight
championship of these Islands, Inter
eit In tho event is becoming Intense.
The two men who arc to battle on
Saturday night at the Star Theater
have trained hard (or the struggle.
and both are' In the pink of condi
tion and ready .to put up Just as
good a go as they did three weeks
ago, when they boxed to a draw,
Sullivan worked out at tYirt Shat
ter yesterday,' and besides skipping,
shadow sparring and tossing the
medicine ball, boxed six rounds with
a trio of soldiers.
Dick certainly looks remarkably
well, and his condition Is a credit
to his mentor and long established
There were quite a number of
boxing fans out at Kort, Shatter yes
terday aftornoon, and tho champion
was closely watched during his
training stunts. Sullivan was
breathing like on Infant when ho
finished his work, and thero Is no
doubt that ho Is fit to fight for his
Tho middleweight looks just a tri
ll o drawn In the face, but Dick al
wajs gets that way when In train
ing, and when not engaged In do
ing strenuous stunts in anticipation
of a match, very quickly puts on
flesh and looks almost fat.
There has been rather a shortage
if iioxipi- tiertniT out at the Kort
lately, but tho available material Is
ruling enough, and, ns Sullivan
lilajs light with the lads, there Is
never much damage dono any of
It Is well worth a trip out to Kort
thafirr to see the champion at work,
for ho puts a vim and go Into his
task that looks very like the real
Towards the end of the week, Sul
livan will slow up In his work and
will tako things easy till the event
ful night -wh.u, tor the third time,
he faces Jack Cordell In the' squared
Tho extra five rounds tho men
have to go will tell a tale, and there
Is every, possibility of a doclslon be
ing arrived at bcfnro the full twenty
rounds aro fought.
Annual Tennis- Entry
List Now Open
When the tennis team that goes
to Maul next Krlday to play Fuu-
nene for the cup returns to town the
members will have the championship
series to enter for right away.
On Wodncsday, Aug. 18, play for
tho single and double championship
of tho Islands will start, and It Is
oxpected that the entry list for the
different events will be a lengthy
It Is hoped that the ladles cham
pionship will attract sufficient en
tries this year to make a contest
possible. There are plenty of lady
players In the group, and some iof
them certainly play a strong game.
Hllo boasts of many tennis courts,
and they are In use most afternoons,
whilst along the coast line to as far
as Walplo courts are located at each
The entry book for tho champion
ship events will bo open at E. O.
Hall & Sons from today on.
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Mike Patton Will
It will bo heard with great pleas
ure that Mike Patton has been en
gaged to referee the ,Bulllvan-Cor-dell
boxing match next Saturday
Tho genial Mlko is too well known
to need any; Introduction to the
sporting public of Honolulu, and It
can safoly bo" said that the man who
won the champlaonshlp of the Far
East some years ago Is to be relied
upon to glvo only fair decisions In
any fight ho, attonds as third' man
In the ring.
Patton has appeared before Hono
lulu audiences on many occasions,
and, both as entertainer himself and
sb manager of some show, has al
ways made good.
With Mlko In tho ring as referee
tho spectators at the vBulllvan-Cor-dell
match can rest assured that all
will be square and above board.
Mamma (In pantry) Who has
been drinking the milk, JohnnyT
Tell the truth, now."
Johnny "It was me. mamma; I
wanted to Bee If It was sour,"
Mamma "Well, suppose It had
Johnny "Why, I wouldn't have
At Marine Camp
Whilst Dick Sullivan puts In his
training hours in the gymnasium nt
Kort Bhafter, Jaik Cordell Is hard at
work at the Marino Camp. Tho
man who Is to face Sullivan next
Saturday night has trained well for
the event, and has certainly left no
stone unturned for the long fight
which he has to face within a few
days from now.
Whilst there Is some promising
material around the camp, none of
tho amateurs can make Cordell ex
tend himself. Stilt, yesterday after
noon Jack took on Sarconl, Itattan
and another young fellow for a few
lounds each, and the middleweight
showed that ho Is as clever as ever,
and rapidly getting Into iho pink of
Cordell likes working In tho open
air, and the Bydncy "bloke" who Is
attending to Jack's training. Is also
In love with the out-door stunis.
Tommy Lane knows a thing or two
about the art of getting men or
horses fit for their engageemnts, and
he Is putilng In his best efforts on
Cordell Is accustomed to boxing
43 round matches, and tti or SO
round affairs seem like a picnic to
him, Anonc who saw him do a
step dance after the flnhh of his
last fight with Sullivan must hare
realized 'that tho man from the Coat
was very fresh at the close of tho
The contest on Saturday night
next Is going to be a hair raiser
from the first tap of the gong, as
both men are nut for gore and each
means to win If possible.
Sullivan Is embarking In business.
and It would not do him any good
to have a defeat registered against
him now. Cordell will leave for the
Coast as soon as possible after the
go with Bulllvan. and as Jack has
ambitions ns to meeting some of the
star middlewelghts In tho near fu
ture, he certainly does not want to
leava Hawaii with a defeat scored
against him. -. . , .
, Cordell feols confident that, over
twenty rounds, he Is Sullivan's mas
ter, but It remains to be seen If the
local man can be put away, by the
man from the Coast.
Polo At Moanalua
Next Saturday on Mr. Damon's
beautiful polo field at Moanalua the
Oahu Club will once more meet the
Fifth Cavalry In n match. The
weather has been all that could be
desired lately and the field Is In ex
cellent order. .
The team to represent Honolulu
will be as follows: Dr. Baldwin,
Sam Ilaldwln, Walter Dillingham,
Captain Potter and George Donnl
son. The latter two will probably
each play one half.
The Fifth Cavalry have lost the
services of Lieutenant Sheridan, who
has gone to the Coast. Ills placehas
been filled by Captain Forsyth, who
has also been elected captain of the
The Schofleld Ilarracka men have
a fine lot of ponies now, and as the
members of the team have been
practicing hard for some time, the
game they will put up against the
Honolulu (our will be a treat to
It Is a pity that Lieutenant Sheri
dan will not be on hand, as the game
e played at the last match at Lei
lehua was something grand. How
ever, the Fifth are confident that
they will make the local team play
the game of their lives If they want
to win the gamo.
Tho fact that the match will be
plajed at Moanalua Is gratifying to
the lovers of the sport. Lellehua Is
such a long way out, and everyone
cannot bo sure of an automobile to
Given a fine day on Saturday there
la no doubt that a tremendous crowd
will make the trip out to the beauti
ful domain which .Squire Damon
maintains (or the use and delight of
his fellow citizens.
Attornoy C. C, Dittlng, defending
Morlmoto In tho Federal Court, )cs
terday challenged tho credibility of a
witness, a woman named Chlso, who is
serving a penal sentence. Ho claims
that tho law debars such a person
while the prosecution denies it unless
she Is serving a term (or perjury or
subornation of perjury. If ho wins his
point It will change tho wholo proced
ure of tho court.
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