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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THCnSDAY, AUG. 19, 1909.
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Bolt Drive.
Call and See Them
REGATTA DAY CREWS
" ARE SELECTED
WANT A DESK?
We have roll-top and flat-top desks from $20.00 up.
Our complete line Rives you a great variety, from
the plain small desk to the spacious elegant ones.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
We have a superior grade of coal
for household use; By the sack or
ton. lowest prices.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
Office Fort Street Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
WJiite Dress Goods
New shipment just arrived by the Alameda.
LACES and EMBROIDERY all new designs.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets.
Batiste lOo yd now 5 o a yd
White Goods 15c a yd now 10 o a yd
Color lawn 122o a yd now 72o a yd
L. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
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Rowing Is once more coming to
the front In Honolulu as the premier
rport, and there Is nulto a Urge
number ot young fellows out on the
water evtry iv.'nliit.
Thn rreatnt Interest Is being
shown In the coming egatta, and
both the Heaiams ana myrtles am
training hard In anticipation o(
meeting ono another. The Inter
club races should be most exciting
and closely contested, as, judging
from tho form shown so far, both
lowing clubs have fine crews and
will dispute every jarrt of the course.
Captain Hill Lyle of, the Myrtles
cannot see how possibly his crows
can be defeated In the Seniors, Jun
lors, Freshmen or Pair-oar races.
Ills men are In the pink ot condi
tion, and, besides that, are as con
fldent of winning all the races on
Regatta Day that there hardly seems
uny need to row at all,
Uut then just drop Into the Hen
lanl shed and listen to Captain Carl
Oss, and then the rowing fan will
really learn what confidence means.
Why, to listen to Carl, one would
become convinced (It Lyle had not
been seen previ nisly) tint IhTe w
only ono bunch ot rowers In these Is
land and thn; th'lr namo Is not
Otitv four races are going to the
llealanls according to the cap
tains Idea, and It seems a pity that
there Is not an elght-oar event too,
so Hint either the Myrtles or Heala
nis could claim It In advance!
It Iv really good to see such keen
Interest being 'taken In the finest
outdoor sport, and there Is no doubt
that the races on Regatta Day will
be as good as ever have been seen
The Senior Pair-Oar will be a very
close thing, and Ihoutibe as pretty
a rare as we nae seen iot a nng
We are the leaders
and Prices the low
est. Sizes, 3 ft. to
5 ft. 6 in. wide.
Wholesale and retail.
O00D HEALS FOB 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
time. The Hentanls will be repre
sented by Dick Sullivan and Carl A.
Oss, and they will be up against Hill
Lyle and Charles Padekln, who will
defend the honor of the Myrtles.
The versatile Richard Is always In
fine condition, whether It be tor a
boxing contest or any other form ot
athletics, and ho will step Into his
boat ready to row tor his life. Ills
partner, Carl Oss, Is too well known
as an oarsman to need any mention;
ho has shown remarkablo form at
times, and for the coming race has
trained well and faithfully.
I.le and Padekln are as good men
as ever stepped Into a shell, and
they can be re'i.J upon to row itiui
aches to a standstill before they will
The other races end crews for
Sept. 18 are as follows: Seniors,
llealanls M, Robinson, stroke; Joe
Knnakau, S; K. Andrews, 4; Henry
Rose, 3; J. K. Clark, 2; Robert Ful
ler, 1. Myrtles Rill Lyle, stroke;
Jack O'tlrlen, G; Cliaa. Padekln, 4;
Hob Chllllngworth, 3; Paul Bchmldt,
2; Henry Williams, 1.
Kreshmon, llealanls John Mc
Candless, stToke; V. V. James, li;
A. tola, 4; Duke Kananamoku, 3;
Charles Drown, 2; L. Cunha, 1.
Mjrtles Hill Center, stroke; Wal
ler McDougal, G; John Mackoley, 4:
Harry Gorman, 3; McKenzic, 2;
Ernest Hell, 1.
I,. Hough will net as cox for the
Myrtles; he was a prominent oars-
roan for some years, and for five sea-,
sons ot rowing never lost a race. I
His head work will be of the great-1
est service lo tho crew he hopes to
steer to victory, ' i JC1
Regatta Day In the past has al
wajs been a red-letter day, and tho
approaching aquatic sports promise I
lo be as good, If not better, than any
previous one. .
for Infanta and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
PRTT iT.AUS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have'
paregoric or laudanum to make It (.lcep. These drugs will produce sleep,
and a few drops too many will produce the sleep from which there It
Bo wnklng. Many are tho children who have been killed or whose health hn
been ruined for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling cither of tlm
narcotics named to children at all, or to an body, without labeling then
"poison." The definition ot " narcotic " 1st " A metlMne tchtch relieve! pain
and product! tlttp, but which in poisonou$ dotes produces itupor, coma, convnt
lions and death," The taste and smell of medicines containing opium aro dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing 8yrup"
etc You should not permit any medicino lobe given to your children without
you or your physician know of what it Is composed. Castorlii loc not con
"I bar. frcqtiMiUj ptfKribnl Ctitorln for com
tnoa tllmeoU ot children Kith goM retail.."
W. A. CiuxDilA, M. D ,
Iluff.l.., ft. T.
"As tt. filhrr of thirteen cbl'ilrrn I nrt.lnly
know somtthlor About your Errat mnllrlri. ftod,
Mid. from my own fimlly eirwrlrort, I harp. In
is j jtMtof practlc, found CmIotI. s impulu ami
Odcat raudy la tlmoU em homr."
W. J. McCiuhk, M I) ,
On tor In
't find ymir Cm tori ti rttf btntCcia) In tM
treatment of clilldna lUmet;'
F. D.tib, St. p ,
"I olsjtct in whut Are fnlM pit rut mrdklnfn,
whrrotruilipraloiir knnwt whttat7 I tnt la ibem,
but 1 know tlieformnUof yonr ttorlnnI ad tlm
lMoo In proper cim-s. ljndr;tt tilnsft my aw
ful, well m baTmltM family nxflirlnr.
N. I), burn, M. I) ,
DrootVljn, N. T.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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KfloioL nl -PoVrs 'n
$ Ground Assured
,. Now, that , the Kaplolanl Park polo"
field Is an assured thing, Interest In
the-sport Is, growing apace.' Many
fennillrl.. tinvn tiMA mrtHn fllll.tlr ..
ot the cost of suitable mounts, and
the probabilities are that a new lot
of plaers will be seen In action be
Although the beglnnera will not,
of course, have much chance of play
ing In the big matches, there la no
reason why they cannot arrange
games of their own for Saturday
nftcrnoona at the park.
As announced some time ago, sub
scriptions for the fund' toward mak
ing a polo field nt Kaptolanl were
solicited, and the result has so far
been very satisfactory. Over $2,200
has been gathered In, and aa about
$1,200 more will be sufficient, there
Is no doubt thai the ground will be
fixed up In the near future.
Once the field Is completed the
county will attend to the upgeep or
the ground, and as there will be
plenty ot water available, the turf
should always beln good shape.
The necessary soil will be trans
ported by the Rapid Transit Com
pany at the expense ot the Polo
Club, and some good earth la to be
gotten In the vicinity ot Nuuanu
stream. This soil binds well, and
once It Is settled down, makes as
fine a topdresslng as can be desired.
With Moanalua', Lellehua and
Kaplolanl polo fields, the game
should boom as never before, and
tho first, match at the park should
draw the largest crowd ever seen at
any sports meeting In Hawaii.
ft tt tt
Skating races will probably be the
next form ot sport to flourish In Ho
nolulu, and there Is no doubt that If
properly managod some very Interest
ing events could be pulled off.
The new Princess rink will bo an
Ideal placd to hold races and a mile
championship of the Hawaiian tslauda
would be a good one to start oft with.
Thero are some really fast men on tho
rollers In thla city, and one or two ot
them have racod In the best ot com
pany on the mainland before coming
Besides fast Bkatlng races, obstacle
and backward events could bo brought
off. No doubt Joe Cohen will get
things going In tho racing lino as soon
as possible, and then wo can see how
tho fast men Ktack up against the
times put up In other plncea over nny
distance, from n hntf-mllo to ton miles.
On Saturday" aUiJthei! llaklkl
grounds1 the crtcket'team' which has
been selected to go to Maul and rep
resent Oahu ou the wicket there
will play f a match with another
team known as "The Rest."
And the latter eleven reckon that
they cantput It alt oyer tho selected!
team tor sure. That sounds like a
good match, and It la to be hoped
that the men will all turn up to
play on Saturday afternoon. I
Cricket Is booming once more, and
a number of players who have beon '
out of the game for a long tlmo are
taking a hand In It. It will be heard
with pleasure that R. A. Jordan has
decided to tako np tho game again,
and Is almost sure to make the Maul
The Wlthlngton family will be
well represented In the eleven, as no
less than three ot the team are of
that name. ,
The practice match on Saturday
chould be ot the greatest valuo' to
the departing eleven, and tt would
surprise nobody to see thorn make
a really big score. It Morso onco
gets set, he will pile up the runs
In great style, as ho la an aggressive
batsman and a real hard hitter. Ho
la also gradually getting back Into
form as a bowler, and that means
a lot, aa anyone who played against
him a couple of years ago can tes
tify. The eleven to go to Maul Is as
follows: R. Anderson, J, C. McOIII,
C. P. Morse, J. II. Fiddcs, II. llalley,
C. K. Maxwell, R. A Jordan, D I,.
Wlthlngton, V. II. Wlthlngton, h.
Wlthlngton and H. M. Ayrea.
It Is probable that aeveral other
cricketers will make the trip to
Walluku, and they will be on hand
to step Into the breach should any
of the rest of the eleven get Injured
or not feel quite rocovred from the
. a .
In the recent opening of a new .wire
less post offlco station at Bolt Head,
on tho Devonshire coast, England, tho
postmaster general said that the prin
clpal objects In erecting tho station
were to carry out the obligations
thrown on the post office by the radio
graph convention ot 1906, and to make
sure that other parties to the conven
tlon live up to their obligations.
Bulletin Basinets Offloe Phoie 258.
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the niceties of every-day life.
Positively beneficial, gives per
fect satisfaction. The best for
sixty years. Handy for the
traveler. In patent Sanitary Tins.
Benson, Smith ,& .Co,, Agents
By Hour or Trip.
6. G. Beokley, Jr.
We handle this fine line. Superior to nil others in
uniformity, freedom of working, safety, lustre and dura-
bility. We guarantee them. Complete assortment.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
In the Regal Shoe
For the man who has a slender foot. Our "Ionic last"
has no comparison. Soft Kinp kid leather low heal, slen
der straight last, Goodyear welt sole.
Wc guarantee our shoes.
Try our Shoe Repair Shop.
Regal Shoe Store
Kin? and Bethel Sts.
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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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