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EVENING nULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, AUO. U, 1909.
Open Air Theater
Fort Street' Below Berctania.
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
Arrived by " Hilonian "
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Bolt
E.O.Ha llfeSon,Lt d.
The Best Soap for the Lauridry.is ,'
Ask Your Grocer For It
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort Street Opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Hione 281.
White Dress Goods
New shipment just arrived by the Alameda. .
IACES and -EMBROIDERY all newdesigns.
YEE CHAN St CO.,
Corner Kin? and Bethel Streets.
Batiste lOo yd now S c a yd
White Goods 15a a jd. , now 10 o a yd
Color lawn I2V2O a yd ."".now 7'o a yd
! Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
-t. i )
When you have freight to be haul-,
cu 10 or irom tiie wnart place your
order with, us and you will get tho
best service" in the city. Phone for
and See Them
K.H ih I r.t'nu niun i w
We are the leaders
and Prices the low
est. Sizes, 3 ft. to
5 ft. 6 in. wide.
Wholesale and retail.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS,
luw Ann fj&icn
... .jgyervthinfj it
,' 'i&btel Street, 1
We wint to see
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
all our old cus
Comers come back.
'i-jm tiYflft wtSfTf trm
On Mauna Kea
Wlicn the bunch or cricketer
who left on tho Mauna Ken today
tench McGregor' Landing they will
be met with joy by tho Wnlluku
crowd. And the rldo across to tho
Ihely 111 tie town will be n Jojous
Jaunt; automobiles will coiney tho
cricketers to a hospitable hotel,
where tho Inner man will tic re
freshed and sleep Indulged In by
those who Imagine they need it.
Hut the chances of getting to
slumberland With a bunch of Mntil
cricketers Rround tho prcuilics nro
very slim, ami It Is odds on that tho
two teams step on to tho rrlckct
field without hnlug hnd much re
pose. However, tne Honolulu clecn Is
n strong, healthy one, and the men
will put up n good game, notwith
standing the fact that they hnvc to
lime hiii'Ii a strenuous trip.
Thirteen men "havo been selected
lo mitkc tho trip, and a fair combi
nation they make. -It Is to bo re
gretted that C. P. Morse cannot
nine the trip, as he would hntc been
n vnliinble man to his side. How
ever, Archlo Itobcrtson hns been In
duced to make ono of the eleven,
and If ho plays In anything like the
form he showed a few weeks ago he
will nstonlsh tho Waljuku bowlers.
Tho match will start tomorrow,
mid probably wilt laR nil day; two
Innings thould be (rtaeil, and by
thovtlnic the game Is pnu tho Hono
lulu eleven will bo ready to do jus
tice to the dinner which will be
given them by the ,homc team.
Late on Wednesday night, or
early on Thursday morning the
Claudlne will call at Kahulul and
be delnjcd long enough to allow the
team to get through kaukau and
cntch the steamer for Honolulu.
Thoso who will make the trip ore
ns follows: R. Anderson, II. Ilallcy,
J. H. Klddcs. C. V. Maxwell, II. M.
Ayrcsr U. A. Jordan, T. V. Orny,
V. H. Wlthlngton', I-. Wlthlngton. J.
C McOlll, J. N. Denshnm, W.
Ilrown and Archie nobcrtson.
Of course Hob Anderson Is a tower
of strength to his side, nnd If Wlth
lngton or ono of tho other members
of the team can stay with him, Rob
ert will knock tip n big Bcoro for
sure. Klddes mny also do well If he
gels his eye In before his wicket Is
taken. McOlll, Ilallcy and Orny
should bo ablo to hit the country
bowling, and a surprise may come
from any of the rest of the bunch.
Bulletin Business Offloe Phone 850.
WnlMIn Tutorial Boom Phw I Ml
LOCAL AND COAST
One of the first things that strles
a stranger In our midst Is the large
number of automobiles there are In
the city. As the tourlstB travel out
to Walklkl on a Rapid Transit car,
auto after auto Is met, nnd the vis
itors aro always heard to romark oj
tho many machines to be seen,
And at first glanco It does not
fceem strange to fee such a number
of cars around a city of the, size of
Honolulu. Mint tho next thought Is
lhat here must bo a wealthy town. I
Automobiles are a sign of coin, and
It is good to seo that the community
ns u whole Is prosperous.
Every make, of) car that oxUts on
tho mainland .may bo seen In Hono-
lulu, nnd all the very latest
provements aro embodied In
magnificent machines that are Im
ported on' otery boat from tho
Tho garages are up to date, and
soma of tho most expert auto men
are now rcttled In theso Islands,
Vice-Consul It, M. Ilylngton, of
Ilrlstol, reports as follows concern
ing h new Ilrltlsh npparatus which
controls the speed of motor curs:
According to the published de
scription of a practlcnl trial, tho
delce ntilomntlcally removes tho
thili li when the speed of the car
slightly exceeds tlio arranged limit,
Entries for tho single champion
ship of the Islands will close this
afternoon at G o'clock. So far quite
1 number of men have entered for
the singles, but the doubles have not
attracted very many players. How
ever, Inn entry book for the double
will remain open for a while longer
and mauy more couples aro euro to
Slxecn men hae so for entered
for tho singles, and some of tho best
plnyers In tho Territory can be
found on the list. The following
names woro entered In tho book at
K. O. Hull & Bon's up till noon) to
day: R. A. Cook, C. O. Uocktts, K.
K. Stcore, Noel Dcerr, B. S. Oee, F.
E. Greenfield (Kwa), h. 8. Conriess,
Oeo. Wnterhnuse, Captain Low, C.
H. Hcmenway, Major C. O. Long, J,.
McCnuley, T. P. W. idray, J, Mc
rotincl. It. Slnclnlr and Paul R.
For tho doubles Noel Dcerr-Gco.
Watcrhoti-o nnd J. W. Hrewster-R.
N. Oliver arc the only ones entered
up to date.
Of tho men entered ,for the sin
gles, E. S. Oeo stands out as about
tho strongest; ho Is In excellent
form just now and Is playing In Aral
class style; It will take a very strong
man to beat him, fit and well.
C. 0. Hockus will be away .for
some tlmo from tho Territory, and,
consequently, will not play- lnjth
tournament. Warren also has gone
to the mainland, so Geo will not
have to meet that strong
again. , . ,
The singles will start tomorrow
afternoon on the Heretanla street
court at 4 p. nt. sharp, and the draw
will be arranged this evening. It Is
hoped that the ladies' singles and
mixed doubles wilt attract a 'num
ber of entries, and the fact thaUMIss
Hall will probably have a try for
the championship will lend great In
terest to the tournament.
Everything Is In flno shape at the
Heretanla stroet courts, and all that
Is now required Is that the double
players get busy nnd put down their
names for the event.
Tennis s booming all over the la
lands, nnd It Is Intended to make
tho present tournament one of the
best ever pulled oft In Honolulu.
Thero will bo a meeting of the Oaln:
Uahcball League on Frld.ty night at
7:30 o'clock In Charles K, Chilling
worth's office. Some .Important busi
ness will como up.for consideration
and a full attendanco of members Is
and when necessary the brake Is also
automatically applied until the
rate Is reduced just below tho limit
The brake Is then quickly but gently
removed and the clutch again put
In. A bemaphore Is automatically
ralsod to warn tho driver when he
Is approaching the maximum. 'The
mechanism, 'which fits In a compact
aluminum box and wurka In oil,
takes very little space. It Is put In
action or out of gear In an Instant,
and thoro Is no need to stop or slow
down the car whllo this Is being
done. Tho apparatus can be locked
up sti that tho driver of a car can
not exceed tho speed desired by the
Every effort was made on the
trial to get tho car to oxceed' the
limit, which was set fur 16 miles
an hour,, On coming to a fairly
steep hill tho engine was allowed
full power and the car Instantly
started to gain speed. Hut as soon
as the limit wns reached the brakes
were applied strenuously, as If by
muglc (though no suddon jar was
experienced), and the engine merely
"raced" without the slightest offect
on the car, the speed being main
tained at the lG'-mllo rate through
out. Vi io:
Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Chndwlck Hunter of
Washington nro tnklng a tour In their
Legget Trap To
Be Tried Tomorrow
Tomorrow afternoon nt the Knkanko
rnngo 'the new Iggctt trap vlll be
tried for tho first Unto, and no ooulit
a big crowd of shooting cnthusliibtK
will journey down to uo the wonder
ful contrivance at work.
The trap Is a wo'.ucr In a wjy
for not only docs It do awny with (he
extra men, but also throws tin- day
birds out at all unknown angina. 'I he
man who places tho pigeons in tho ac
tual trap simply sits In a pit. -iid by
working his feet one way or another
swings the trap around In any direc
tion. He does not know who Is cor.iliK up
to Bhoot, nnd tho other man, who
works the lcer, Is also In tho dark ns
regards Ihu angle tho bird will come
Tho trap can throw 1000 hinU per
hour, and Is as near perfection as
hns been obtained In the mechanical
line up to date. It was a lone time
coming and the members hum boon
looking forward to Its arrival for
bonio months now.
However, now that tho trap lias
been Installed, thero will bo much
practice at Kakaako In anticipation of
tho shoot for the Bclby trophy, which
Is a beautiful gold watch. Tho prlzo
has been donated by tho Selby Cart,
rldgo Company, and will go to tho wn,
nor of a r.O-bjrd shoot.
The dale has not et boon set for
tho''Competltlnn, ait-It Is thought thn.1
the members, should have plenty of
practice at the new trap before engag
ing (n a match vlioot.
Seals Once More
On Sunday lust the Seals and Ka-
lihl-ukas met on tho Aala Park dia
mond, nnd a very easy victory re
sulted for the latter team, who
made 16 runs to their opponents' 2.
The game, although one-sided,
was not as bad as It appears to be
on paper, as some good Individual
play wni seen nt times. Tho usual
big crowd of Sunday morning fans
lined tho Held, and some of the Josh
ing was Immense.
Lul Urancti did the pitching for
the Kallhls, and his work was good
right through. John Frcltas was
on the receiving end, and ho worked
In harmony with Ilranco; the catch
er's throwing to second was fine,
and he got several men In that man
ner. , The Seals and Ukas are old oppon
ents on tho diamond, and the keen
est rivalry exists hetween the two
nines. Next Sunday a return
mutch will be played, and the Seals
Intend turning the tables on their
rivals for the baseball honors.
Franklin runabout from tho national
capital to Denver, allowing about
threo weekH for tho 2.200 nillo trip at
the rate of 200 miles a day. Their
route Is through Pennsylvania and
New York and then west through
Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa and Ne
braska with possibly a run Into Now
Mexico, Mr. Hunter Is a member of
the board of governors of tho Auto
mobile club of Washington.
Generally tho tourlstB nro finding
good roads ami good treatment. At
Milton, Pa howover, a woman with
a hoso turned a stream of water onto
them because she hnd been angered
by tho stirring up of tho dust by sev
ernl aulomoblllbts who had preceded
Mr. Hunter fully cqulpp cd his car
for tho long drive, It Is a runabout
of twenty-eight horse power.
Suuday, August 29
U. S. M. C. vs. K. A. C.
J. A. C. vs. C. Ai C.
Bleachers . , lOo
Reserved Seats 15o and 25c
Seats on sale at Wall. Nichols Co..
'Ltd., King Street,
Children 5 cents
A Great Show for the
Two Hours Solid
Change of bill every Monday end
General Admission 10 cents
Reserved Orchestra Chairs
15 and 25 cents
Seats may be reserved in advance.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10:30
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15c; Skates, 15c
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SAM NAINOA'S ORCHESTRA
Aug. 83, 1909, at 7:30 F. M.
New Feature Film
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and Fri
Sibyl Campbell Reid
Motion Pictures .
Formerly cutter for H. F, Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAIL0RINO DEPARTMENT.