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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUnDAY, 8EPT. 18, 1D09
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Use RED SEAL CARBON-It is the Best
SOLD ONLY BY THE "OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD. '
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A Large Consignment of the
. BY V. 1. STEVENSON. 1 Tl?
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llnu cnrn on nti c.xtensho scale. Wo ,
lire lifKiniiliiK (') got shipments of
the gas car nt'iiiito nnrl will mnko
every effort ti get our c tistomcrs enr- J
ly dcllvorlrl of llio 1010 madilncs."
VAN SANT NEW
"HEAD OF 0.
Chain and Belt Drive.
Call and See Them
There wcroj two games of base
bull at tlio Athletic Park jestcrday
..llernoon, aii a big crowd of sail
ers rolled upjlo seo their nines al
work. The hfst game was bolweon
the Colorado jnnd Maryland, and It
ended In favor of tho fomicr team
by a sCono of 6 to 1,
The socoiid'ganie was put up b)
tho West Virginia and tho Penus)l-
ulilu team, and It resulted In the
W. V. bunch at km winning a gatm ,
-.it tho park; they won by a scoio oi
u lo 1.
"I lie Hongkong cup Is being, pins ed
.rn. and the condition of the com
petition nro that one team has to
win tho trophy three times, 'there
I iuo been- two series, and the Pens
I i.tve won It twice. 'Thursday's play
I a'ub thostai's o( thu third keileo.
.mil at present the Colorado, haye
won both the games they have
The West Virginia nine niado no
loss than four In their Unit, and
Big League Ball
This afternoon at tho league
grounds tho champions of Hawaii
will play n baseball gnmo. . Tho Si.
Louis nluo will go up ng.'.int tho
Diamond Heads, and one of the fin
it games of bnll'that has boon seen
here for )cnis should eventuate.
Our naval visitors are piuhahly
.iwnre that the Diamond Heads nnd
.St. Louis tenuis nro Senior players,
ind that It was from their ranks
hat tho All-llawull team thill pbiy
.(I MloSie Klshcr's bunch of globe
rotlcis was selected.
Tho 'BnintH ami Jewels, as they
Ire. locally known, play real baiie
ball, nnd It Is a treat lo watch the
boys at work. Louis Soares, who
caught for All-Hawaii In tho match-
Most people m
prone to put off making
It will take only ten
minutes of your time
and cost you nothing to
have your will drawn by
us in proper legal form.
Bishop Trust Co.,
A new shipment of
Chinese Silk and Grass Linen
Tutt arrived front China in suit patterns
Table Covers and Doilies
In all sizes.
New heavy and light pongee silks and crass linens.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Xing and. Bethel Sti.
Boat Club Dance
Tho Moana Hotel will be n picture
of Joy and happlnesi tonight whcn
tho lleiilanl-Myrtlc lloat
Snniuel It Vnn 8.int, furiiier gov-
Club's iprnor of Minnesota, was elected
dance opens up. and fiom the m.ui-1 iiiitii:iniU'r In chief of thn tlraml
nor In which this event has bccnlArlny (,f im Kepiibllc lit tbu 8.0
tnlked of during tho past week. ,.,vl (ty t'.neaiiipmcut Aug. 9 lo 1,1
everybody who attends will certain-u j,.lM i,,,.,, nilhc In the luercfcls
ly have a lilting closo to the day set ,,r il0 t lentil ji :m Iz.vl Ion ovor
nsldo as a holiday for the earning Knil, t wjlH f(rtjutUil and ns n i;alr!
on of boat racing. m.,,,1 .nirilpr In the Civil Vnrllo
For many years past cverbody, or ,rnj , vlx whcn ho wns nlxiceoni
nearly everybody, who Is lit nil In- )p:iri, r llK,,f inl waH turned jlown
tercsted In the doings of the two . . ht, ,trn,.j ,H aml,i.
boat clubs havo made It a iolnt to ,jOM tl )(! toi,ii(,rt however, undnW
bo lu hand at tho clcnlng features. f... I11,llll,a tll, n,.a,i nnd got
Into the ranks. Hu was In nuny jit.
the liar deft bit ties of thn war.
so to speak, nnd In this It differs
noi at nil from other jears.
The committee has gone to some
little expense to put tho dnnro well
ahead of anything of Its kind Hint
Furniture Co., Ltd.
QOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old ens-
tomers come back. ,
THRIFTY WOMEN i
Open a Saving Account. Interest
Four and One.half Fcr Cent. I
Defy fire and cracksmen with
Small, medium and large
when they tutaigcd toiscnre. a sin,
gle run. The W." Vl outfit was
njlnustha servclea of that good lit
tle pitcher, Kngllsh who ' Injured
his hand In the game on Thursday,
and could not play yesterday. ' It
Is lo be hoped that ho will bo fit
to play on Sunday next. '
The official score ot tho West Virginia-Pennsylvania
gnmo was as
wbst .vina INI A.
1 2.3 4 C 67 8 9 '
Iluns 4002OOOO 6
Uaso hits.. 3 0 2 2 10 2 0 10
Iluns 0 0000010 01
llano hlta...O 0 0 0 0 2 0 .0 02
Two-baso hit, Monroe; sacrifice
hits, Mcfllnn, r'uller, Snjdor, Mon
roe, Phelps, Wlllets, O'Connors;
double play, McGinn to I.eggc; hit
by pitcher, O'Connors; struck out.
by Schneffer 12, by Harris 4; pauied
ball, Monroe; hits, oil Schocffcr 2,
off Harris, 10. Umplro Cox.
Tho standing of tho team In the
Hongkong competition Is:
West Virginia 2
a n it
Al!-Ficet Nine '
All of. tho baseball fans are look
ing forward to the time when tho
picked fleet nlno will play a picked
team from the Oahu League. Tho
match should be a remarkably fait
one from the start, and tho game
will prove how our juniors stand us
compared with oldor players.
Tho flrst Intention was to have
tho game tomorrow, but the Ath
letic officer ot tho (loot announced
thnt It would bo Impossible to ar
rungo a game so soon,
Howcvr, Sunday, Sep'tember 26,
has been mentioned for the gnmo,
and It Is probable that tho rauch-tulkcd-ot
strugglo will tako placo
then. The (loot players will, by that
time, havo somo Idea of tho material
they have on hand In tho baseball
lino, and a very strong nine should
lio got together.
es agilnst tho mainland nine, Is a
steady player, and knows the gnme has ever been attempted before, and
from A. to Z. His pitcher will tie uH now up to the public to attend
Williams, who Is a lino slab artist; nnd see how they enjoy It.
he will keep the Jewels guessing all That thoro will be a crowd there
the tlni.o 'is little doubt, for It has been thu
The battery of tho Jowols will bo ilk for many das past. Krry
a, strong one, and Hob Leslie, who body must go somewhero on un nc-
Tlie Pens did .will do the twirling, s the fastest caslon of this kind, nnd what better
the seventh, pltchor In these islands, nnd'besldos parn to go to than to tho homo of
SUPERVISORS HOLD j,
lilgJhlttej?roni .away back
Wlnne. who' will1 catch" him.
clever man btblnd thVmaiY,
With other ouUlnl engagements!
1 biitdueys mutters of importnnrojj
ton luntlng tliein, thu Hoard of Su
pervisors hud n very brief meeting
tfiut nlolif .j Intiff ptimiErli tn n.iyKl
, mo apuri ill qucsiiuiK ( ,i. ....,, i.i ,.,i...,n ,,. n.,.,,tir
Is'al Many pretty dinner parlies hao ...... .. ,.. ii,.,rl
- .uiiiiui a ti ii nun sin iiiiiuiiiiinvia
BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000.00.
:o7q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Freight from the wharves and do all
kinds of heavy draying. For un
usually heavy hauling we have a
traction engine which may be en
gaged at any time.
Be sure to get our prices,
I Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
1 Office Fort St. 0pp. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
Tho contents of tho stomach ot
the Infant son of near-Admiral Jos
eph Giles Katon, U. B. N., retired,
aro being examined to determlno If
the boy, was killed by poison. Tho
mother and her daughter, la sensa
tional charges, say that the baby
was killed and that attempt to pois
on them has been made. Admiral
Katon ridicules their story and say3
ho will seek a dlvurco.
niank books of all sorts, ledgers,
)tc, manufactured by the Bulletin
the work of .the Jewel battery will
be walclied"wlth Interest by every
, There will be another game a the
League grounds today; the Kame
hameha nine will try conclusions
with tho team from tho U. 8. 8. Cal
ifornia. This game should be a fast
one. and tho sailors will be up
against a line bunch ot.)oung play
ers who are getting onto tho gamo
Tho flrrt game will start at 1:30,
and tl.o recond at 3:30 o'clock; the
ncgatta will be pan by then, and
no doubt a big crowd of fans will
wend their way out to tho League
grounds at the conclusion ot tho
Tho old grounds should bo packed
with a holiday crowd, nnd It Is cer
tain that tho pcoplo who saw the
last gamo between the Jewels and
8alnts will bo present to see tho two
Wrongest teams in Hawaii havo an
other go at earn other,
Down at tho Athletic Park this
afternoon two very Interesting
games ot baseball will bo played.
Two teams ot Juniors will try their
luck against nines from the war
ihlps. The flrst gnmo will be be
tween the Chinese team and tho U.
S. 8. Tennessee and a good exhi
bition ot bull should bo put up by
Thcro Is not much call for sig
nals when the Chinese nro playing;
thoy can spenk straight out In'tholr
own language, and the sailors won't
understand tho tlngo. And tho C.
A. C.sput up a fust brand ot ball,
too; the way thoymnnnge to get
around tho baseB Is wonderful, and
ft will surprise tho fleet men when
they scolho class of ball tho Juniors
Tho second gnmo will bo J. A. C.s
vs. U. 8. 8. South Dakota, and II
will start at 3; 30 o'clock. Tho
Japanese team Is only Jap In nnmo;
on most occasons ot their playing
there are no Japanese on the nlno.
Every other nationality is pretty
well represented on the team and
the boys, play good ball.
Tho Athlotle Park Is pretty woll
known to all tho vUltnrs In town
now, ns tho management has al
lowed tho ii8o of tho grounds free
to the sailors for their Inter-ship
games, and tho prlvllego has been
ireatly availed of,
The ttcgatta may Intorfcro with
'ho attendance ut tho park this aft
ernoon, but no doubt a big crowd
will mako tho trip to tho now play
ground when the rowing events nro
and already bepn.apoken of lft 'the "col
ors of the different clubs, together
with the usual "Joy rides" In get-
ting' (here, nnd If Honolulu has ever
had a chance to show our visitors n
real old Ilcgatta Day dance, this Is
certainly tho time.
Tho committee In chnrgo havo
gone to n great deal of troublo In
getting tho affair Into proper shape,
nnd the fortunate ones who attend
will not lcavo without salng thnt
the old days "had some class" In
n u tt
Local and Coast
also, and In nboiit twility mlnuti-sl
the routine wa "iiihn.n'oTCinrd tlfeyj
adjourned. , jj
Tho Items n most linportnncoi
passed were the road expenditure-!
bills, shotting that $3,993.2.1 hadj
been spent on Ktiini.i street dtulligT
August, JU71.Tr, on thu l'nll roail.lj
$130 on Kaplolnnl Park ro.nl. $593.-
42 on Mnnon 'toad and $.,r, ,0- una
Mrhehuut street, lint. 01 oiKnllhla
ro.id. Tho ioM per d-iy of maliij
lalnlug 818 nnlm.ils for tho month!
was $f31.7fi, or 3 icnts ahead per
Owing to tho fact that It repre
sents tho latest addition to tho gaso
lino enrs from the factory which for
merly mado Btcnm machines exclu
sively, tho arrival yesterday ot tho
new Wlilto Gas car created a great
deal of Intorcst among tho local nu
tomoblllsts. That thp new car Is not Intended
for a racing machine Is shown by
the fact that the motor Is only rat
ed at 20-horso power.
In an Interview C. A. Hawkins,
(leneral Manager of tho Western
sales department of the Wlilto Com
pany, stated: ...The new machlno is
not tho largest amount to look at on
tho market for tho money. It does
not havo any moro varnish than oth
er cars, and It Is not claimed by us
to bo a record breaker for speed, but
there Is no car ot Its slso and horse
power that so closely follows tho
very latest designs and details -of
tho famous Kronen machines. It Is
simply up to the highest standard
of construction abroad and Is made
with tho solo purpose of standing a
test of the average liber, day after
"Owing to tho casting of tho cy
linder en bloc, which Is rabidly be
Ing adopted by all thn best Ameri
can -inn do machines, tho motor In tho
Whlto Car Is arranged so us to elim
inate as much as possible all nils
alignment ot parts. It Is as near as
possible In control and running and
oasy riding qualities as our well
known steam machine.
"Realizing that thu great demand
or automobiles at tho present tlmo
la for medium priced machines Is
one of tho reasons thnt Induced the
Cleveland factory to mako tho new
gas car ot tho popular priced typo.
"1 bellevo there is n market for
this class of machine which will noi
be supplied by the manufacturers
for the next fow years. It la this
fact, together with our great manu
facturing facilities, that niado it
possible for tho White Company to
manufacture both steam nnd gnso-
Chlng Yiie, onco a student of Oahijl
CulVgi' and H' ri'lary of tlm t:iiln4,o
Mil lonia Alliance in inu .Miii-wesijiii.
Chlcnvn, will nddioBS tho iiiciiiticrB'.ofl
tho Chinese- Students Alllunco of I lay
wall tonight at 7:3(1 n'cock. Mr. Uhlngl
is a gradiiatu of tho tlulvcitdty of Cliljj
riigo, unit is now visiting ma p.iruusi
In Honolulu. . , . , ,i -1
Tho second trial of tho Wiilpahuj
rlotrra commies to go forward ntf.nl
I ecord breaking pace. Yesterday tluu
ultncsM'S placed iikiii tho stnud wuiu
Hermann Wollurs, L. P. Linn, auj'Jha
ccr: Deputy Sheriff Chirles Hose, Pifl
llco OITIeer Wills nnd Ucorgo ICiinalmjl
tho latter being Mill mi tbu stand
when court adjourned for tho day ntl
Tho harbor of San I'rnnclsco can!
bo mined and the port roudeiedfstfojl
from liiMislun lu IS hours, lucorri-.!
lug to ('apt. Ferguson of tho coa'stfi
artillery who li nil ihnrgo ot the prac
tice laying uf minis lu thu bay.
"Medals moan merit
Highest awards Chicago
1893; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1904; Now Orleans 18S5."
W.C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
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