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EVENMO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY. AUO. U, 1309.
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A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.
Calland See Them.
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tins of milk to say
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I Two Ball Games
At Athletic Park
Thoro will bo two Karnes of ball
tomorrow afternoon at the Athletic
Park, and no doubt the usual big
crowd of fans will attend at the
The Kallhls and J. A. C.s will have
n go at one another, and an cxclt
Iiir game In mt re to eventuate. Hath
tcaniH art confident that they can
hold down the rent of the bunch to
a no Bcoie, and the result should
satisfy even the fans who watched
tho nlnctctu Innings game last Sun
The second game will be between
the Mntlnes and the C. A. C.s, and
It, too, should turn out to be a fine
George Clnrlt will pitch for the
Kallhls. and Flores will do tho
twilling for the J. A. C.h. Much in
lei est will be shown In Clark's work,
and no doubt he will pitch as well
ns ho did last week.
Nott Is Handball
White Dress Goods
New shipment jvnt arrived by the Alameda.
IACES and EMBROIDERY all new designs.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets.
Champion of Isles
Batiste lOe yd now 5 o a yd
White Goods 15c a yd now 10 o a yd
Color lawn 12'jo a yd now 7V2o a yd
la. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
E SELL BLACK SAND, CORAL. WHITE SAND,
SOIL, etc., We have the lowest prices in
the city for these materials.
Honolulu Construction fe Draying Co
Oillce Fort Street. Opp. W. 0, Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
In the final of tho handball chum-
plonshlp which was played yester-
day nfternoon, James Nott defeated
M, 0. Johnston two out of three
games, 13-21. 21-in and 21-13.
The play was excellent, and a
crowd of spectators lined the alley
and applauded the good strokes. 'In
tho first gume Nott did not play in
his usual good form, und missed bov
oral strokes that he should have
However, In tho other two games
ho outplayed Jolnibon and showed a
glimpse of his tine form. Nott cer
tainly knows a thing or two about
hand bull, and his returns were very
hot at times.
The handball tournament nt the
Y. M. C, A. has been a success, and
has brought the game into great
rfnvor with tho boys.
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The schedule of games for the big
polo tournament In Septcmbor has
Leon rearranged as follows; Wed
nesday, Sept. 1, Oaliu vs. Fifth Cav
alry, at Lellehua. Saturday, Sept.
11, Miiul vs. loser of Jlrst (jump, at
I.ollchtia. Wednesday, Sept. 16,
winner of tho first garni vs. winner
of the second gume, at Moanalua,
Friday, Sept. 17, match gume be
tween the two best plckcd"fours, at
After raiding two Gary gambling
places, Hammond, 1ml., police weie
fired on fiom ambush In the woods
while hauling the gambling para
phernalia to Hammond. The officers
returned tho lire, no one In the
party being Injured. It Is not
known whether they hit their as
sailants or ant.
Cavalry vs. Oahu
Polo Club Today
At 3 o'clock this afternoon the big
polo match between Ouiiu nnd the
Fifth Cavalry will start nt Moanalua
and there Is no doubt that a beauti
ful exhibition of the king of games
will be given.
The teams have met twice before
on the polo field nt Lellehua, and
on both occasions the Honolulu team
won, nnd (he Cavalry did not have a
look in at any stage of the game.
The second match, however, was
n very different proposition, nnd It
was only won by the very narrow
margin of two fouls.
The Schofleld llarracks men came
to town yesterday, nnd their ponies
are also on the ground ready for the
contest this afternoon. The Fifth
will be without the services of Sher
idan, and he will be missed a lot by
his side. However, Captain Forsytho
Is said to be a good man at the
game, and, as the team has prac
ticed a lot lately, there should be
something doing before the game Is
The polo field at Moanalua Ik In
excellent order Just now, and the
graBs Is ns level as a billiard table.
If the rain holds off this afternoon
a big crowd Is cettnin to go out to
Mr. Damon's park, nnd ns It is only
a short wnrk from the end of the car
lino, no doubt u number of people
will make the trip on foot.
The Oahu team will bo rcptesent-
d by the following players: Dr.
Haldwin, No. 1; Sam Ilaldwln, No.
2; Walter Dillingham, No. 3; John
Homing, No. 4, The Fifth Cnvalry
uiii will be: I. lent, ilainuid, No.
l; Capl.1 Forsythe, No. 2; Lieut.
3ueckonieert No. 3; Lieut. Hunson,
No. 4. Lieut. Oruuluger will be ou
he ground icady to not as substi
tute, and 'Oahu will also hoc re-
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Punahous And Saints
At League Grounds
Dig League bull will be resumed
Ulil afternoon, when the St. Louis
ana I'un&huu. nines 'will go up
against one another at the League
The game promises to be areal
good one, and ns the Puns "have
strengthened their team a lot, they
should put up a great exhibition of
ball against the Saints.
From present indications the
grnnd stand and bleachers will be
crowded, und thole Is no' doubt that
the big league is going to draw a
large audience every Saturday after
noon. And It Is good to see It. so
for, although there Is good bull on
Sundas, there are plenty of people
who do not cure to go to a game on
The line-up of the teams is as fol
lows: I'unahous' McCorrlstou, c;
Illll Hampton, p; Hoogs, lb; Lenin,
2b; Medcraft, ss; MfCall, 3b; Dan
ny Arcln, If; Jack Kla, cf; Peyton or
Ordensteln, rf, Saints Soares, c;
Johnny Williams, p; George Hruns,
lb; Jimmy Williams. 2b; Markham,
3b; Manuel Frcltas, ss; En Sue, If;
Talor, cf Harney Joy, rf.
Yacht Cruise To
, Watanae Starts
This afternoon the yacht cruise
to Wuianae will start, and the
Hawaii, which will have a crew of
young fellows, will leave the foot
of Fort street about l' o'clock.
Commodore Wilder will be In com
mand of the Hawaii, and there will
be at least ten or twelve junior
yachtsmen on board, '
The Knmehameha, Gladys, Char
lotte C. and Hawaii I will leave for
Walanan during tho afternoon, and
a most enjoyable tlmo should be had
by the whole party.
The return to Honolulu will be
made 'on Sunday afternoon, and It Is
expected that all the yachts will be
back In the harbor before dark.
These week-end cruises aro be
coming very popular, and as the
young fellows are taking to the
gamo the future of yachting looks
bright In these Islands.
Gceat Demand For
White Steamer Cars
"There will be a greater demand
for White Steam Cars during the
1910 season than ever before." C.
A. Hawkins, general manager of the
western sales department of the
White Company, made this state
ment upon his return to Sun I'ran
Cisco from a tour of the territory he
.controls, which comprises twenty-six
of the states of the Union. Mr.
Hawkins hasjiever been so optimis
tic, bu,t there seems to be consid
erable cause for his opinion.
Since the announcement of the Im
provements In the new model White
Steamers and their arrival In this
city, tho advance orders for these
cars huvo literally piled Into the lo
cal offlce. One reason, of a number,
that may be attributed to certain
prospects of the most successful
year in tho White history, particu
larly on the Pacific Coast, Is be
cause the 19H9 machine was never
equaled in reliability and economy
of up-keep by any of the previous
White models. At the close of the
past season nearly every White
Steamer agent up and down the
coast was clamoring for additional
cars. None were to be had,, there
fore the rush this year to get early
delivery of the 1910 machines.
Fifty per cent more White Steam
ers uru being manufactured by the
White Company this year.
' "Wo could take care o fdoublt of
last year's output In the territory of
the western sales department alone,"
continued Mr. Hawkins. "Why,
there are places In the middle and
southwest where you couldn't sell
them anything but a White Steam
The sales force of the White Com
pany In this city have hud little
time for rest since the new models
appealed upon the scene,
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Double Header At
After utl, tho band l to be In at
tendance at the games of the River
side League tomorrow afternoon at
Aala Park. There will be two
games' for the day; the first contest
will be between the Portuguese team
and the Aalas, and the second game
is to take place between the Fort
Sbaftr aggregation and the River
side League champions, the Palamas.
This wilt be a big attraction and
should draw a big crowd at the
There was a meeting of the River
side League yesterday afternoon at
Atkinson ft Quartet' law offices,
when several Important mntters
were discussed. The Chinese Ath
letic Association, which has succeed
ed the abandoned Alohas, asked the
League for permission to withdraw
from Vlaylng in the first series, and
tills was granted. Of course this
means that the present schedule has
to be changed, and the above pro
gram has been arranged for tomor
row. The last games of the first
series, which will take place next
Sunday, are: Aalas vs. Palamas
and Kewalos vs. Fort Shatters.
Tho baseball mutches tomorrow
are both International games. In
the ftfst contest the Portuguese aie
going to fight for the laurels with
the Aalas, which team Is composed
of mostly part-Hawailans, and dur
ing the second game the Americans
will take a chance at, the Hawaiian
lads, who aro better known us the
The batteries for the first game
between the Aalas, and the Kewalos
are: Hardee and Moses for the for
mer team and Frcltas and Joseph for
the latter nine. lloulunWho pitch
ed sucli a good game against the
Aalas last Sunday, will be In the
box again wheij the Shatters meet
the Palamas. Strauss will catch
Iloulun. Tbe Palamabattery will
be Paaluhl and Hoopll. -,
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friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
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uboe King Street).
SATURDAY, August 14, 1900
20 ROUNDS 20
DICK SULLIVAN vs. JACK CORDELL
POR THE MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII.
SARCONI (U. S. M. C.) vs. KID TERRY (U. S. S. Iroquois).
130 pounds. 130 pounds.
REFEREE MIKE PATON.
PRICES Rinjrside, $3.00. Reserved Seats, $2.50, $2.00,' '
SI SO n.nl Artn,i..lnn 1 flfl T 3
Seats on sale at Fitzpntrick Bros. Cinr Store, corner Fort 2
and Hotel Streets.
We handle this fine line. Superior to all othen in
uniformity, freedom of working, safety, lustre anfl dura
bility. We guarantee them. Complete assortment.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
In the Regal Shoe
For the man who has a slender foot. Our "Ionic last"
has no comnarison. Soft King kid leather- low heal, slen
der straight last, Goodyear welt soK
.We guarantee our shces.
Try our Shoe Repair Shop.
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel Sts.
SEE WHAT SPOT CASH WILL DO!
Call at the Honolulu Wire Bed Co.'s retail store and
see what spot cash will buy. You will have a revelation
in prices. This applies to furniture of all kinds and to
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King and Alaxea.
"The Very Latest in Everything" is the nct of our suc
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
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