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EVENING IJULT.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 21, 1909.
Arrived by "Hilonian"
Saturday, August 21,1909
AT 3:30 P. M. SHARP.
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White Dress Goods
New shipment jmt nrrived by the Alameda.
LACES nnd EMBROIDERY all new designs.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets.
Batiste 10c yd now 5 o a yd
White Goods 15c a yd now 10 o a yd
Color Lawn 12'2c a yd now VJso a yd
L. Alloy, Nuuami, below Hotel
Consignment of the
When you have freight to be haul
ed to or from the wharf place your
order with us nnd you will get the
best service in the city. Phone for
We are the leaders
and Prices the low
est. Sizes. 3 ft. to
5 ft. 6 in. wide.
Wholesale and retail.
Q00D M0ALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
Double Header At
At Inst the line-ups for the double-
hemtcr nt the League grounds this
afternoon nrc to hnnd. It would
lend pome Interest to the games If
the tinmen of the plnors were an
nounced n few days hforc the match
es come off, i
However, things wilt probnbly be
different In future, now that the
league Is going so strong. There
will be two games this afternoon,
nnd the first between the I'unnhous
nnd Diamond I lends should be n fine
exhibition of bull that will liven up
the fnns In anticipation to the sec-
lond game between the Kama nnd
McCall has been given n chance
on the Puliation nine and will piny
nt short stop. Kcrone who has
wnlched the soldier nt work knows
Hint "fled" can put up a fine lirnnd
of ball, nnd It Is good to fee that he
Mb pot a chance (if plnlng In first
Lenin, another man who has play
ed Rood ball with the minor league,
will be on second for the I'uns, and
'ip will show that he Is as good as
mo.it players In Hint position.
Quite a number of young players
at o gradually getting Into big league
ball and they nrc making good, too,
Tho Knmehamehn nine Is made up
of mostly young men, and It will he
good to watch them nt work this
afternoon. The first game will start
nt 1:30, and HW aecond one at about
3 oclock, or shortly after the first
game Is pau.
Ladles will be admitted frco to
the grounds nnd grandstand, nnd ns
the band will be present,, no doubt a
large number of tho fair sex will bo
present when the ball goes for tho
Saturday afternoon the grounds
are nlwnjs ciy pleasant, and more
people nrc coins out every day to
the garnet. It Is up to the public to
patronize the big league games, nnd
when ladles nre allowed In free, and
grandstand scats cost only 35 cents,
It seems ns If nobody could resist the
temptation of getting nn nftornoon
off and taking In tho play. i
Tho line-ups will be ns follows:
I'unnhou Danny Arcln, If;
Hampton, p; McCall, bs; Lenin, 2b;
Hoogs, lb; Medcrnft, rf: Kin, cf;
McCorrlston, c; Cooke, 3b.
Diamond Heads lllll nice, rf:
Henry Chllllngworth, ss; Kddle Fer
nandez, lb, Davis, 2b Wlnne, c;
Sam Chllllligworth, 3b; Joe Fernan
dez, cf; Leslie, p.; Olmos, If,
Knmehiimehn Kalimapehu, c;
Lota, or Kenloha, If he gets back In
time, p.; Murray or Andrews, lb;
kahn, 2b; David. Desha, 3b; Kalml,
ss" McKcnzle, If; Mclntyre, 'cf ; Mill
Saints En Sue, If; Ilushnell, 3b;
Jim Williams, b; John Williams,
p; llruns, lb; Hughes, rf; Krcltas,
bs; Maikhnm, cf; Sonres, c.
Jimmic Fraync Wins
From Dick Hyland
SAN KUANC18CO, Aug. 20. Jlm
mlo Krayno todny received tho decis
ion ovor Dick Hyland In a fistic con
test. Fighting Dick Hyland has once
more lost a decision, and this time
to Jlmmie Krayne. Tho above cable
does not state the number of rounds
that were fought, but the probablll-
tics aro that It was a twenty-round
Hyland has n long string of vic
tories to his credit, and It Is wonder
ful how he enmo back' Into tho gamo.
Krayno must bo boxing at his very
best now, nnd will probably be
matched with some topnotcher In
tho near futuro.
The Bulletin Publiihlnf Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the but engraving
and lithographing company on
the Paciflo Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
This evening when the Princess
skating rink 'opens there should not
he n spare pnlr of skates to bo found
after 8 o'clock. The new rink will
1111 a long-felt wnnt, nnd many peo
ple who have mourned tho fact for
years that the Quoen Btreet nnd Zoo
rinks closed up will be at last hap
py at being able to have n go at
their fnvorlto sport, and at the same
time get some really good exercise.
Tho rink Is situated In a verv
centrnl position and has two en
trances, one on Motel street and the
other on Paualil. The floor Is a ce
ment one, and Is an excellent piece
of work; It Is absolutely smooth and
level, and Hie steel wheels of the
skates will not make the slightest
Impression on It.
Joe Cohen, whose enterprise has
made the link possible. Is to bo con
gratulated on the way he haB car
ried the affair to n successful con
clusion. Cohen will arrange for a
fancy dress carnival In the near fu-
ture, nnd It will put all previous nt
tempts nt that kind of amusement men, nnd It wfiuld surprise no fol
completely In the shade. lower of the game If he cntne out and
Skating races will also be run In innde n bundled or so.
the near future, und when these nre!
brought off a proper course will bo
marked out with flags. The rink
surface Is a very fast one, and some
remarkable times will probably be
put up by the local loiter experts.
The Hawaiian band will play to
night at the rink, nnd MlsJVIener
will show people how"Ttowalts on
skates. Mr Nnugsrdt will also give
nn exhibition of fancy skating, and
he Is about as Rood as anyone In
that line of business.
Plenty Of Golf
Tomorrow nt the County Club tho
Mclnerny cup play will "be contin
ued, nnd It Is expected that quite a
number of tho matches will bo fin
ished. Orcat Interest Is being tak
en In tho tournament, and It nppeurB
that some of the men who were most
fancied for tho cup will, after nil,
not win out as was thought.
The Country Club Is flourishing,
nnd all tho members are very keen
about keeping things going In good
style nt the populnr resort.
1 Theie will also bo a foursome at
Monnalua tomorrow, 'and a large
number of players have announced
their Intention of going out to tho
beautiful links and having a game.
Another bunch of golfers will
make the trip to Hallewa, where
Clifford Kimball has got tho links In
lino condition, and Is alwnys ready
to entertain guests from town.
1 n n n
Final Game In
There will be n championship bnll
game played on the oil ground dia
mond tomorrow, when tho A. and 11.
teams of the minor league meet in
the final game of the series.
Tho gamo will start at 9:30 a, m.,
and no doubt tho usual bunch of
fans will bo on hnnd to root for
their team. The A team has a strong
battery In Choy nnd Kut Fa, and
tho II nine Is also well represented
by Sam Akl and Hul Fat.
Much Interest Is being taken In
tho Minor League piny, and the win
ncr tomorrow will take possession of
Mr. Aknna's beautiful cup, which
the popular merchant presented to
The lineup of the two teams will
be os follows:
A Team Kul Ho, cj H. Choy, p;
Ah Van, lb; T. Chan, 2b; II, Akul.
3b; Ah Put, ss; C. Ding, rf; Ah Hoe
I. urn, cf; Seong, If,
II. Team Bnm Akl, c; Hul Kat,
p; Jlm Kong, lb; Ah Mlw, 2b; Ah
On, 3b; Allna, ss; C. Song, cf; Ng
Chow, rf; Chin Hlu, If, i
HEADING HIM OFF.
Oyer "Say, old man, I've got
side splitting joke for you,"
Myer "Yes, I know. It's, that
ono you have been getting off ever
since Kldo was u pup about Adam
losing a rib."
Good Cricket Match
When the cricket team for Maul
steps on to the Maklkl grounds to
day tho "Itest" of the club members
will gird themsches nnd proceed to
give them nil the practice they need.
The eleven that Is to leprescut
Honolulu at Wallukti In not the
strongest that could be selected, but
It Is the best that could be got to
gether under the circumstances,
Many of tho crnck batsmen raunnt
get nwny for Hie Maul trip, but It
Is throught that the team ns select
ed will put up n good fight against
the pick of the other island.
This afternoon's match should be
a keenly contested one, nnd It will
be Interesting to sea if Hob Ander-i
son Is In anything like form. If
Robert Is nt his best It will auger
well for the success of the local
eleven on me oinui neiu, as me no-
nolulu crnck Is Just ns likely to go
In first nnd curry his bat out for a
century or more. I
Then C. P. Morse, when In form, I
enn hit with the best of the local
It. A. Jordan will make his reap-
j.pearnnca on tlio cricket Held this
nuernoon, nnu mere is no iloutit thai
the veteran will get a grent recep
tion from the spectators. The O. O.
M. of cricket In these Island tins
'.been out of the gnme for som tn
now nnd has been devoting his time
to gulf and tennis.
However, the ex-Queenslander
will he on deck this afternoon, nnd,
If given a trial with the ball, will,
no doubt, show ns good form ns over.
Jordan's nIow IoIik nnd daisy cutters
huvo accounted for many a wicket
at MnkiM, and there Is nn reason to
suppose that the veteran has lost his
cunning during his short retirement
from the game.
Kverythlng points to n Rood match
this afternoon, nnd u trip out to the
RrouniU will bo well worth while
Play will start as near to 3 o'clock
as can bo managed, and stumps will
be duiwn nt G o'clock If tho match
Is nut fully played out by that time.
A WOMAN'S THREAT.
"Well, If that nln't the limit," mused
tho postman, ns ho came down thu
steos of a prlvntu residence.
"What's the trouble?" queried tho
pnBsIng citizen, who had overheard
tho K)stmnn' noisy thought.
"Why," explained tho man In Bray,
"the woman In that house says if 1
don't coin along earlier sho'll pet bur
lotteis from somo other carrier."
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