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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 17. 1909.
Arrived by " Hilonian "
A Large Consignment of tbe
Chain and BeltiDrive.
Call and See Them
Maui Cricket Team '
To Practice Hard
Next Saturday at tbe Maklki
grounds the cricket team which Is to
make the trip to aul will have a
match against the rest of the Hono
lulu C. C. The local team will be
up ngalnst the real thing when they
step on to the field at Walluku, and
It behooves the Honolulu bunch to
get at least one good practice game
before they leave,
Play Ball Here
As soon as tbo Australian cricket
eleen, which Is now playing In Eng
land, gets through with IU long pio
gram of matches, a visit will be paid
to the United States,
Matches will be played In Philadel
phia, Boston and other eastern cities,
end then the team will visit California
whero great preparations are being
I made to put elevens In the field that
The Maul cricketer have been win maicer tno Australians sit up ana
having real hard practice lately, and take notice.
private letters" announce the fact Then, besides cricket, tho men from
that the country batsmen think they Kangaroo land are going to play some
can hit up a feV centurys against baseball, and aa there are no less than
the Honolulu bowling talent. eight ball tossers In tho team there
However, our wen can bo relied "HI be something doing for suro.
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New shipment just arrived by the Alameda,
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Batiste 10c yd now 5 c a yd
White Goods 15c a yd now 10 o a yd
Color Lawn 12y2c a yd now 7'io a yd
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5 ft; 6 in. wide.
upon to put up a good game under
any clrcumstartcas, and, as they are
all tnklng the 'Haul expedition seri
ously, It mny .turn out that the
Walluku men will get n big surprise.
The Maklki grounds are In good
order, and the, grass' has been cut
lately: the oupeld s now dotted
with fln. green' patehes where the
water has been applied, In n short
time the whole ground should be
covered with a verdant carpet which
will make playing a pleasure on the
It Is to be hoped that a good
sized crowd ot cricketers turns out
on Saturday next, as the eleven want
oil the practice they can get. It Is
up to the rest ot the members to go
out nnd give the. others a much
needed afternoon's exercise.
Should sufficient players not turn
un to make two .elevens on Batur-
I day, the members present will have
A I ! ..IJh k a. A Si.a mtil.uii. I.lmt
IV JHIH BIUVB BUU 4UW Wlldioici IV1I1M
of mutch that la possible.
The Maul trip la being looked for
wnrd to very much by the cricketers,
and as the hospitality of the people
of the Valley Island Is proverbial, a
most Joous time will certainly be
had by the "boya."
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NEW LEAGUE HOLDS ,,
There was a meeting of the Gold
smith League, last nhrht at the Roy
al 'theater, where Inflection of offi
cers for the season of 1909 waa car
rled out. '
Four teams were represented .at
th meeting and a number of mem
bers also attended and watched. the
proceedings with Interest. " Tne
election of officers was first taken
up and the following were elected:
President, A. L C. Atkinson; vice
president, Y, Tin Chong; record
ing secretary, Sam Kanoe; corre
sponding secretary, L. D. Tlmmons;
treasurer, Sawat. The grounds will
be in charge of Esplnda Akana.
A committee to draft the consti
tution and by-laws was also ap
pointed, and It consists or Henry
Aki, Ho Llm, Q. Addison and Sawal,
the first named acting as chairman.
Tbo new league will start In about
two weeks, and the following teams
will play in the series: Kukuls,
Young Alohas, Goldsmith A. C. and
Sunlight. The league is In' com
munlcatron vylth the Riverside Leag
ue with1 regards to obtaining the
use of Asia Park for the opening
day. ' ' i
There will be a band at the open
Inggam. 'of the league, and very''
thing looks i promising for the new
concern, 'Another meeting will be
held' on Sunday1", evening, and then
all the final arrangements "will be
made. ' I
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for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
ftlAT 1XFANT8 are peculiarly susceptible to opium anil ill various prep
s' .rations, oil of which aro narcotic, Is well known. Lcn In the smallest
doses, if continued, these opiates canto changes lu tliu functions and growth of
the cells, which are likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Jir ous diseases, such
aa intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying ixwrrs, aro a resuttof dosing
with oplatos or narcotics to keep children quiet In their Infancy, Tho rule among
physicians is that children should never receive opiates la the smallest doses for
more than a day at a time, and only then it unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot b. too strongly decried, and
the druggist should not be a party to It. Children who are 111 nvt-d tho attention
of a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to dovj them willfully with nar.
OOtlos. Castoriacontainsno narcotics if It bears the signature. otChas.U. Fletcher.
Wholesale and retail.
Tomorrow evening at the Athletic
Park there will be a free exhibition of
the moving picture machine that has
been Installed there. The gates ot the
park will bo thrown open and anyone
and everyone Is Invited to walk in
and Inspect the new show.
Tho pictures will bo seon on both
eldes of the screen, and it will be pos
sible to drive Into the park and enjoy
the show from an auto or buggy seat.
, The screen ,ls a portable one and
can be set up, anywhere, and as the
machine wlll.be on tbe same level as
the screen. It is claimed that the pic
, tures will bolvory clear, and much
bettor In focus than if the ugnt was
projected from) above.
There will be baseball on Sunday
as usual at tho park, and for Labor
Pay a great' program has been ar
tanged. The Park Is booming for
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Thero Is talk of a broadsword exhi
bition between Duncan Rosa and
"Tug" Davis, the champion of the
United States. Tho match might be
brought off at the Athletl Park. If
Ross can be Induced to visit Hawaii
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We want to see all our old cm-
tomers come back, . . .,
By Hour or Trip,
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Noble, the best allround cricketer
alive, Is a first class pitcher and he
plays ball 'every winter In Australia.
He has an Incurve that would as
tonish some people who think that
Australians know nothing of base
Then Bert Hopkins Is a real good
first baseman and his batting Is also
talr. He Is often used as a change
pitcher In Interstate games "down
Vrunk Laver, the manager of the
team and, at one time the best man
who ever fielded at slip In a cricket
match, la a baseball player of many
In fact nearly all the first class
cricketers In Australia' play ball In
the winter so as to keep their eye in
tor the summer game. It would nev
er do for them to take on football as
ui Injury might result that would put
i man out of first class cricket for the
Cotter, Gregory and several others
sre ball players and take the greatest
interest in the American game. There
Is no doubt about baseball being on
the boom In the land of the Southern
Cross and the team-that Mlque Fisher
takes to Australia will give the neces
sary finishing Joucb to the game.
'Now, If the Canadian steamer on
which the Australian cricketers will
return to 8ydn.y only reaches Hono
lulu in the morning, why should not
ihef marsupials' be given a""Iry"oiit
with one of tbe'ocal baseball nines?
The Athletjo Park people have been
spoken to 'wjlp. regards a game and
the suggestion 'waa received with en
thusiasm; ' There Is no doubt that an
International baseball match would
draw like a team of mules. Australia
It the only white country that haa tak
en' to tbe American game In earnest,
and, it would aid the sport a lot It
nere in Honolulu wo gave the Austral
ians an exhibition of good ball.
No doubt there will be teams travel
ing back and forward between the
United States of America and the
United States of Australia before very
lobg, and It is' very probable1 that a
Honolulu pins will, before many years
have passed, make the trip to Sydney
and play aserles qf games there.
Start the' thing going by pulling for
a match against the cricketer and
they, backed as they are by, an asso
ciation which spends money like wat
er, will soon arr'ansre It lhf i tm
from our own little city makes the
trip to Australia and besides playing
oau nave tne time or their Uvea.
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Y0UNQ YACHT8HEN ABE
SHAPING UP WILL,
Everybody . who made tbe yacht
cruise to Walanae on Saturday and
8unday stems to have had the time
of their lives. The younger nnera
tlon or aailors who went on the Ha
waii had a most enjoyable time, and
to listen to them one can readily be'
Ileve that Honolulu will not lack for
yachtsmen In the near future.
The Hawaii made the run down to
Walanae In good time and dropped
anchor at 6 o'clock. The Olsdys
was the next to arrive, and the Char
lotte C, and Kamehameha came in
The young yachtsmen on the Ha
waii rolled out of bunk early next
morning and were soon splashing
around In the water to their hearts'
content. It, waa very pleasing to
the older men to see tbe youngsters
enjoy themselves so much.
Commodore Wllder's Idea that the
younger generation should be In
duced to take an Inerest In outside
jachtlng caught on well, and no less
(ban sixteen boys took advantage ot
the offer of the cruise to Walanae.
It Is Intended to have similar out
ings from time to time, and there
Is no doubt that the youth ot the
city will pump at tbe chance of
getting Into the yachting game as
soon as possible. I
Tbe lads are, most ot them, occus
tome'd to handling small craft in the
harbor, and consequently they very
quickly become adept u tbe work oil
board the larger craft.
Physicians Recommend Caetoria.
soar prspention known m Csslorls 1 bsre ntl I "Imh prescribed jouf
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Tot tmral ysars I recommend jour 'Cestorls'
and shell alwljs continue to do to, u It om Idts
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wltb cootl risjlts, sod bste advised several patients
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Drooklrn, N. T.
" Tocr Cwtnrls bnUs tin esteem of tbe medical
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prrpaniloii. U Is a sure and rellsbls medicine for
intsnts sud cbl dren In fact It Is lbs nnliensl
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J. A. I'mii, M. D Kansas City, Ho.
Children Cry for Fletch'er's Castoria.
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Additional Sports on Page 8
Johnny A,moy will look after the In
terests of the Chlnexe Athletic Asso
ciation In future. '
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