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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Tf II., TUESDAY, AUQUST 31, "09.
Arrived by "Hilonian"
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A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.
Call and See Them
for Infariti ndChMdren.
New Chambioh 'Jeff Antes To
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AddedTo List Bcrier'i SlgiiWI
r r I the oellf, which are likely to become permanent, caimlng" imbecility, mental
The Effects of Opiates.
rAT IXFANTi are peculiarly suetpib1e to opium and lis various prep
arations, alt of which arc mitotic, la' vrcll known. Even In the smallest
doses, if continued, Uicm opiates cause kbuogm In the function! and growth of
,"" or.e nw "" T aaeA lo 8AN KBANClBCa Aug. 30.-pam p,r-rsoB, aci-avina; for alcohol or narcotic in later life. Nervous dlseases,such
the list of Hawaiian tennis Cham- nerger today received a cablegram itattUbleBeroua dyspepsia and lack of ataylng powers, are a result of dosing
plons, and yesterday E. 8. Oceihsd from Janes J., Jeffries, ratifying hts , with opiates or narcotic to keep children o.ulct in their Infancy. Theruleamong
. .-, wu . .. va ikihoi bviiuu in isiiiuh nrtivjv m uicasjv
He had very little opiiolltlon right some weeks ago for a fight with Jack
through the .tournament, and un-v Johnson,
doubtcdly Is the best nan at presont
In the Islands.
Tie single tournament was
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According to'the'above, cable, Jim
Jeffries has. after all, agreed to
robbed of much of -Its Interest owing stand by the contract that Sam Ber
to the fact that the two Richards I'gcr signed on his owri "behalf ,eotrifc
father and son and Miss Richards l weeks ago. It wilt be remembered
hud to withdraw from the events on that Berger signed for Jeff to box
account of a deaths in the family. I Johnson, and when the former, who
In the final of the championship wa, England at the time, was In
yestcrday OeV defeated Waterhouse formed of the fact, he at once cabled
three sets straight, 6-3, 0-1, 6-2. saying that Uerger bad no authority
Wntcrhouso dd his best play In the to.slgn up such an agreement,
first Bot, which was at ono stage 3 Letters have probably passed be
lo 0 against him. He did real good twfcen Uefger and Jeffries, and the
work ut that stage, and piled up-to retired champion has evidently been
3 "" persuaded that Ilerger was acting in
Hut Gee was too deadly, and, Jeff's best Interests when he put
playing In fine form, took the next his name to the famous'paper.
three games and'thoset. In the sec- "Dcarlo" at latest was 'In San
ond set the play was not too brll- Francisco busily engaged In chasing
Hunt, ih Geo did as lie liked am: up automobile dealers -the negro Is
allowed his opponent to only get one Infatuated with buxi wagons and
game. Gee almply placed tho ball , talking big of what he will do to
wherever he cared to, and his all- mB jm It they ever meet,
around play was faultless. Jeffries Is on the continent some-
In the third set Waterhouse did where taking the waters, and Is said
a llttlo better and got two games be- to be sraduallv kettlnr Into form:
I fore his opponent ran' out. I)y win- there sure' will be a great' scrap
fnlng the champlonshlpGee has put WDen the two meet In the squared
the seal on bli'sklll as a tennis circle. ' ' .
'player, and,, although tho men he e ' 1
hud to meet thla year were probably
1 1 he weukoht that Have ever competed
for tho honor, Oee has shown that
he Is as good. If not better, than any
man who has held the championship
The semi-finals of the ladles' sin
gles were also played, and Miss Hall
physicians is that children should never receive opiates In the smallest doses for
nor. than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
arcotlca to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tha druggist should not be a party to It. ClilUren who are 111 nerd the attention
f a physician, and it la nothing less than a crime to dose them willfully wlihnar.
entice. Caatorla contains no narcotics if it bears Iheslgnaturo of Clias.H. Fletcher.
Tk SV - SZfjt-Aa. " marmiteci genalao
lgataro mt I swayyy t4cu4 Cstrla
Physicians Recommend Cavtoria.
" Tau rrtfanUoa ksows w Cutort I ksr Dr4
Mr Jn la caUdns't compltlsu and I hM totai
aeUlsj MSw.w Joss J. Urn, X. D ,
hr ssient fsara I rftommrMad jevtMinrta'
sat satll slmrs onU to do m, u It has Ian
iteMyftelaesdteMteuatMalii" , bwn r. Apts, M. D , Kw York Olir,
"Teat Castata Is a mrrltortou bMMholtf
mad. It Is psnly rcftuM nd tit M V mlH
slksrde. Akof all, U dor so h-rm, WUch Ii
awn laaa caa ba add of Uw (tmI majotltr ef cUl.
tim't riomlli "
Tanoa H. (kmu, It. D., Oaska, Kb.
I hoi tufKTlbvl rout Cbtorta la maar cun
tnt hare alw7a fona4 It an cfflcltat and spaed?
rem)." A. F. rsn.es, M. 0 , BU Loala, Mo.
, " I kat omJ roar Cutorla In my own boasahold
with jc1 rcnlu, and hare adtlatd sanral patlnu
to- w It for Ita mllJ, luatlva effect and freedom
from harm " Knwaan raaans. If . D ,
Drooklrn, K. T.
"Totif Cw'orta holJe the eitfem of Ua aaedlcal
prnfr-elnn In a manner held tr no otber proprletarf
prrparatlofi It If a enre and rellabU njedlclno for
Infanta and chl drru. la fact It la tba enlfmal
Iioaaehold irmeJ for lofanUI allmcnta.
J. A. rassas, M. D. Kanaaa CIlj, Xo.
Rowing Club Crews
Are Very Fit
Children Ory fpvF I etcher's Castoria.
In Use ForOver 30 Years.
LOCAL AND COAST
" Complete Stock of
Single and Double Bedspreads,
Cotton and Woolen Blankets,
Sheets and Pillow Cases,
Comforters and Pillows
New patterns of FLANNELETTES, suitable for KI
MONOS or WEAPPEES.
ALL KINDS of BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS from $1.29 up.
All sizes. Boys' Knee Pants from 25o per pair up.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel SU.
Manager Hen Haldwln of Maka- good and proceeded for n few jards.
wall U nalnir nn K. M. P. "30" In i Tlirn Inrtlm uprn renoiiteil every
As the day for the" rowing, con teats j,fB plantation work, and finds tho hundred jards or so, and eventually
Tho latter ma
chine should bo' hanl ,n Icw
daish'an'a will be shipped to Kauai
chauffeurs tossed up
should niako the trip across the Is-
jland with tho Congressional party.
Jerry Rooney was the lucky man,
and the rest of the bunch are wish
ing that they had got the prize
1 Manager Wells of tho Royal Ha
waiian Garage has arranged that
Chauffeur Pierce shall make the tour
of Oahu with the Congressmen.
We are the leaders
and Prices the low
est. Sizes, 3 ft. to
5 ft. 6 in. wide.
Wholesale and retail.
GOOD MEALS FOE 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPEEIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
Is the easiest refrigerator in the world to clean. It is
giving satisfaction in. hundreds of Honolulu homes.
tH. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
, Hardware Department,
between' the .Myrtle 'and Healanls machine Ideal for the purpose,
drawa'close. the greatest 'Interest la r.'mlw .... Mr itotHwin tm nr
riii ncu niu uwiDUi mm puna nail , ' - . . - . . ... ............ ..-. ...
beat Miss Blrnoy.two sets straight, belng shown In the evpntp. ,T Every I through the von I
(i-1. 6-1.' Tfha winner pla,yed tine-1"000 HecrewaN geti,outon the p,ny, B..Packard.
tennis and showed that she knows ''"' UP . ".
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mo name iroraaisruio nnisn. ' ZS . , ' c?m.; ,'il
Thoirnatch between Mnf. Hind and Tfceealanl ,PrashmenWMii
Mrs. arcgory was much'-closer, and. ,n "" ,rBI . wwr..
althouch the first set went tn 'the nl ! In several brushes oyer the
former rather naallv. -1l th. aernnd W II .course have shown -their- heelaJ
set was much; harder, fought -for. to the qlder oarsmen. i
and only wCntvto Mrs. Hind after ' 0 B"""? D0" Sullivan and
Mrs. Gregory had' got threa games. Ca'l P" ware out on tha. karbor;
The play.ot the ladle's alt around the well-known pair ahowed real
was first class, anil sjiows'that thera ?" torm. and, starting .off at a 31
are expert players. In these Islands, ftroke, Quickly worked up ,tott.
ad that all that Is required Ismore Thelr fa-d lna hd' . through the
practice by 'all of 'the fair se. wUhout any perceptible eier-
The first round of the mixed tlon.-and -only need little 'more
doubles was also playca.'andvreeult-,.wi to be Ut to row for their lives,
od as follows: Miss Dlrney and Da- A now 1!ci1 ' the Freahmkn pair
vld Anderson beat Mrs. 8. Q. Wilder . nl George Gall and Bcroggy
jand Gcorgo Davles, ?-2, 6-3; Miss " nrst men w row tor tncir
Hall and Stcere beat Miss Adams and " ' ". au qeu um
Waterhouse. 6-0, 6-S; Mra-Orcgory remarkably well for an Initial at
and K. 8. Geo beat Mrs. Davles and tempt.and the Myrtle pair will have
W. P. Roth, 6-1, 7-5, and Mrs. Hind b extend themselves If they want, to
and Cunha went up a. step through bo cle 4t the finish,
the default of Miss Ilosher and Noel The Myrtles are looking abd feel
Decrr. ,DK Ter' flt tnelr enlor pair oar
This afternoon the semi-finals and en 'ter rowing In the barge, every
finals of the mixed doubles will be afternoon Jump.'out.of that craft and
played, and In the former. Miss Dlr- et Into tho shell and row i.way as d udll0a
ney and Anderson will play Miss fresh aa It they had not done any' .. . .
nan ana nicere; Mrs. urcgur euu ,-.-. ...-...,. , (
Gee will go up against Mrs. Hind Everybody la .getting worked up
and Cunha. and a fine match tho Ion the waterfront about the rac-
last should be, as all four plajers es, and It Is thought that one of the
know the game thoroughly. largest crowds that ever attended1 a
The final of the ladles' slnglea will regatta will , turn out to cheer the
be played on Thursday, and some popular clubs on to victory.
fine tennis should be seen. , The i , i .
whole tournament haa attracted sVlSUiT TI-m. O.a.
Seals Once More
the Dulck l.indeil In front of the
Winn Trusrolt did his "Honk
lidiilt' blunt, Mr. Ilatdwln rushed
out ou the lanai and could not be-,-llevc
hi cjes when he saw tho
I llulck ntnnilliig'un'tho road.
I Truscolt is very proud of his
achievement, and he has good cause
to see who to be, as tho climb Is a fearful one
largo crowds of spectators Wity aft
ernoon, and the catches haver been
watched with great Interest; the
finale promise to be most exciting.
On-Sunday morning at Aala Park
- Harry Murray, at the Associated
Garage, Is anxiously awaiting the
arrival of tho Hudson cars. How
ever, according to advices to hand,
there Is somo doubt as to whether
the machines will arrlvo for at least
a month from now.
The factory cannot come any
where near filling the ordera that
have showered In, and back ordera
are now being attended to. Tho
has created n
automobile circles, and
orders are flocking In from all over
the United States.
and the trnll a rough one, too.
Tin- use i)f lliu automobile In pine
applo production In Han all has bicn
Inaugurated by tlio Hawaiian Pine
upr'o Company of Honolulu In the in
itallatlun of nn I'l&Mcon borne poner
Franklin runabout!! Its eenlce. ThlB
motor car Is to bo uied in connection
with nork between n ciiicry nt Iwlici
(nil the fields at Wn'ilawa.
Honolulu Is nnt t, itUdnl with motor
car moileln that are an thing but up-to-dato.
Tills particular car Is n rln
Rlorumlilu ililolc nnlsheil lu red and
It. 8. Truscottpt Makawell, In his
Oulck, performed a wonderful feat a
short time back. Wishing to pay
Manager Baldwin, who was at his
mountain house up beyond McDryde
plantation, a visit, Truscott started
out to make the trip In his machine.
After climbing up a few thousand
feet, Truscott, who was accompanied
by Overseer Cropp, found that the
and no doubt a large number of ten- th? BuU M(, v Bora J grade wa. ,0 ,teep that tbo Bualae
will turn out to seo
met on the baseball diamond, , and
m9tm m .! wmm! van's fti lattat.
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Entries for the gentlemen's "" uw '; M,r ul l,
rfmthl-. tvlll rtniA nt R nVtt-vlr thin
afternoon, and th. drawing will Uke fMl thref t'me8' but "U1' ''
vcr i-vjBiu id uj uu uitmuo uiiu7CU
place at 5:30 at the BereUnla court.
I Plfiv In h rfraiihlA will n-
tiafaip.k manu Amim hava rttaatata4
morrow afternoon and soma really '""'"';".rr
good tennis should be aeen, Gee
would not flow Into the carbureter,
However, necessity is, etc., and tho
popular engineer calmly backed his
The Kallhla have now defeated the, Into the side of tho trail and nl-
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luweu a cup iuii or so oi gasouno tu
run in where It would do the most
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Steam Roller and Traction Engine
With our new combination engine we are prepared to undertake
rolling, plowing and heavy hauling. Sec ui for rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St.
0pp. W. O. Irwin & Co.
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Evening Bulletin 7j5c, Per Month
and intend banding the Ukas theirs
Lul Dranco and John Freltas form-
will play with Cunha, and, they are ed the blUnrL,ori tU "if Md d"
t ' VaW Viwwf tfnrl Inn Thal MmM.
nation Is a strong one and accounted
about the -strongest pair la the
At Walmea, Hawaii, last Sunday
the Volcano 8tablcs baseball ntno
went down 'in defeat to the Lei lllma
bunch by a scoro of 8 to 7. It w.ii
a snappy gamo right through, ana
a big crowd of fans from Kukulhao-
lo and other centers attended the
game. Uaseball Is played a lot up
omong tho hills of Hawaii, and tho
cool air lends a snap and go to th.
gamo which Is seldom aeen In the
warmer parts of tbo group. Sun
day's gamo ran to 12 Innings before
a decision could bo arrlvod at.
Tho ten-mile race which Is to be
hold at the Athletic Park la attract
ing a lot or attention, and tho latest
entry for tho ovent Is from E. E.
Taylor of Company D, Fifth Cavalry,
who Is said to bo a good distance
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are tha telephone
numbers of th. Bulletin office.
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for a lot of the Seals. John Mascot-
Montague Holbein, the swimmer, to onv first, r was aa good U usual,
Is nothing1 If not a' trior; his latest and tbe rest of the team were all It
attempt to swim tbe English Chan-,001 Iona
nel was made from Cape Oris Ne. Next Buntoy the Seals will' make
and after being, In the water all brave "Kempt to whitewash the
night he had to give un'when a few. Ukas, and quite .a number of (fans
mites from Dover.
Formerly cutter for H,. P,,Itoth, it
now in char-re, of L l.JCEM.
CO.'S TAIIOEINO blMlTMEHT,
reckon they can do so, too, 'How
ever, Kreltas lsr not worrying' much,
and bis men feel confident that they
fcan beat the Seals every' day In-the
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Values are Incnnslderett (rifles at
the clearance sale at niom'i. Prices
nro below normal, " ' J-
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INCLUDED IN OUR VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
MANICURE GOODS YOU WILL FIND THE HANDY TOE
NAIL CLIPS THAT ENABLE ONE TO CUT TOE NAILS
WITH PRECISION. IN THE LOT WILL BE FOUND,
ALSO, ALL THE ARTICLES AND PREPARATIONS NEC
ESSARY TO XEEP THE HANDS IN PERFECT CONDI
TION. Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREET. PHONE 397.
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