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EVENING BTJLtETIN, HONOLULU," T. H, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, '09
Arrived by -"Hilonian"
A Large Consignment of te
Chain and Belt Duive.H. lCall and See Ihcin
BY V. 1. STEVENSON.
On The Boom
Chnrllo Hpllly, tlio popular )v nunc
lightweight, la on board tho Atamo
tin, due to arrive hero next Friday.
This Im good news to the followers of
H. G C Will Play,
H. MS. Bedford
When the llrltlsh watshlp Bedford
nnlves here on or about Oct. 1, there
will he something doing In tho crick
et line nt MnMkl Tho local crntki
1 HIS III K"nl licwo lu mr luiiuncin w, . - ..... .- . ..-
tho IioxIiik game, niid nlso once moio are vciy keen on n match .against
Illustrates the fact that niijonii who the millori", unil iiractlie will be In
has spent any tlme;in these tjtnniH order for the next couple of weeks.
Honolulu can turn out n really
enrol eleven If all the best men
Oahu League First
Series Nearly Pau
AHhotiRh there does not sent
much chance of tho chnr.iploiuhl.i
game between the St. Louis nml tho
Oahu League coming off at present,
It may possibly he phi)cd after thu
Juniors hae finished off their sc
The (list series Is near!) p:iu inn,
and -should the Knllhls lose to the
Marines next Sunday, the J, ACa
will liu the champions of the flint
series. Should tho Knllhls defea'
the marines then a tlo for first place
Is the result, and a flnnl game Kill
liao to be pla)ed In dctlda the ques
tion between the J. A Us nnd the
Kallhlsj The first series has pro
vided Mime due ball games, and ev
always lelurns nt somo time or nil-other.
Itellly's battles with Trnnklo would only ipll up to tho gnmes.
Smith nro of too recent a date to Scleral old-time placrs who hnve
need any comment. The two llttlo been out of the game for somo time
scrappers certallnly put up some llnt.aic thinking of halng another go
exhibitions nt the Orpheutii, and they at tho spoit, nnd If they do practice
nlwtija diow a largo crowd of fans a little thu prosptcts of tho II. C. C.
to their shows. i winning their mutch with thu nail-
It Is probable Dint a matih will be ois should be er good,
rrminul linlmann ItullK-n ml Trlnl.iu. The OUlV trOllllle nbOUt U FBIII0
of the Heel, and such a go shon d with the men-of-wnrsnien Is that 'cr thing points to the snmo class of
be u good ono. Trlnklo boxed the flut of thu month Is a bad time . play In the second series.
Krnnklo Smith last venr, and maim for the local men They cannot get The Diamond Heads nrc said to be
. grod enough showing to glvo hint nwn voiy call) nt that busy period, ,nnxlous to have n go at n picked
i lino chanio against Ilclll. find, consequently, the team would Oiiliu team, utid It Is to be hoped that
A f.n n. il.o nnt ntnnw fmin b weaker than If the 'match wcre,uth " Kmo does take place. Them
.. ..... . .. i i ..nt i i..t t.. ihn mniith Ms such a lot of talk about the Jun-
ne .nuui cuusi me uoxing guiue wii' it,.-u ,uv, u n . ........... .- , .. . . - . :
'jegln to look up, arid besides a Trlu- Cnpluln aiciilll is nircauy worn- " .. ". inc, ..e "'"'"Seniors and
,le-Uellly bout seernl other matched Ing up Intuust In the visit or tne ' " i l'pie woum ijirn u.n
.vlll bo Inought off. Britisher, and It seems ns If the of-Uo sec a match between the two
Turner, the big colored mnn, Is r.ccrn and men will hne ns good n li'igues.
anxious to have a go with some one time ns the Tloia nnd Cumbrian tl n
about his weight, and when It Is n" bunch did some time ago. Tho II it 1 1 c 1 1 n 's dally record
membered what sort of u scrap he -Besides cricket thcro will be golf, of the standing of the National and
put up against another colored man tennis and other sports to entertain American Leagues is much npprecl
Most people ?re
prone to put off making
their wills. i
It will take only ten
minutes of your time;
and cost you nothing to J
have your will drawn by,
us in proper legal form.
Bishop Trust Co.,
A new ihipment of
Chinese, Silk and Grass Linen
Just arrived from China in suit patterns and ihirt
Table Covers and Doilies
In all sites.
New heavy and light pongee silk and rtu linens,
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sts. i I
Furniture Co., Ltd.
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design a frame to your 'satisfaction.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
GOOD HEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season. "
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come 'jack.
Open a Saving Account. Interest
Four and One-half Per Cent.
BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
Capital" and Surplus $1,000000.00.
0 Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Heinz Apple Butter
now packed in improved
stone crocks, guaranteed to.
be seal tight.
Get the new crocks from' your grocer
Freight from the wharves and do all
kinds of heavy drayirig.' For un
usually heavy hauling we have a
traction engine which may IX en
gaged at any time. '
Be sure to get our prices. .
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St. Opp. W, 0, Irwin & Co. Phone 881.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
N'ow tlint the, two men who are l'l
compete ucr tho full Marnthun illn
tnnce fur tho championship of (ID
Kunallnn llnnl nre'ln strict train
ing, much 'Interest Is being worlcil
up In thenfTHlr.
Jackson, as usual, Is confident thut
he tan win, hut he will have to show
much belter form than he fl I tl lu the
ten miles I. ue to have n khow wlln
THiltumolt) The latter runner lina
" iincommcin xtle of runninR, nn I
teems to glide nlong the track with-
uni any eilittt liu take u remark-
nhl) long stroke fur n man of I li
size, nml lias n sprint tint is not tv.
lie thought llRhtly of.
The Jnpane-e section of the pojn'
Intlnn swear liy their man, nml the;
appear tu have ecry enure to do so.
Tsuknnmto li.m done eerj tiling that
Ills friends line ever ilnlmc4 for
him, and he cerlalnl) Is n wonderful
rtinucr. If, ns now staled, he nu
half, n mile too far owing to 'li.i
truck not being properl) inaikeil 'u
the ten-mile race, he made rmlly
giKhl tltno over the distance, nml It
is n pity thut the course was not
staked out conceit)
Tho Mtunthon will, nn doubt, ilmw
tl big rrowd of spectators, and n tint
track will be kept clear of eei
bixly except ofltcials there shoul I !
no plllkia nt 'the llnlsh It Is
thuught that the local rciord for On
.Marathon illstnnce will be broken,
Ii4 the llllo man will be sure to in tie
thu pue prett) hot from the ver
Jackson, If In ns good form us
when lie rnn in the Marathon nt t liu
League grounds, will give Tsuhnum
to n good go for tho prize, but It I'
doubtful If tile New Kcitnndcr can
git n fit uh he was some uioiiius
To Row Seniors
as the llect rtturni finm be weaker than If tho'mntili wcre.uih a gimio does take plate. '
oast the boxing gome will l'lacd latei on in ino mourn. h mmi u. -nn- Ncxt 8lUllr,IuJ. wi,t.n ,ile M,ri0
lVtslimtii mtel on tho
hnibor, there siiould be n big crowd
of HpictntoiH on the wnterfiont. The
miith vexed question ns to which in
the better irew will then be nettled
lor a while.
The Seniors will have tho use of
!ht llp.itiinl liii.il unit Ihn PritHhiiidl
last time the fleet, was here, there the visitors, nnd they will no uouui.ntea uy me local unseunu men. ics- iwm rtiw ,n thtr UW!l tub. cfutl
can be no doubt as to tho, kind of bo made to feel ns much at home n.ie,ruay muny complimentary remnrK" , Ifc n01ir,t fr wu
ytije otner troyvu uiu.
The relay swimming race between the exciting ganiet that nro winding
the HralnnlH and Myrtles will nrob- un the sonson on the mainland.
nnd snort. A long program of events .ably take ptneo next week. It hni tt 8 8
has been prepared and tho onl dan-1 been suggested that n big program -Owing to Kddle Fernandez not be
ger la' that tho spectators will die of race bo arranged, nnd that tho Ing able to get n team together for
from" laughing nt the stunts, put up sailors from the fleet be Invited to this afternoon, the game with tho
by tho members. compote. Colorado nine will not be plned.
stoush' Turner can,Hund out.
Tomorrow night, nt the Y. M." C. A.
there will be a frne evening's fun
Dine as.te.rday muny complimentary remarks . u ,ourli, Tor whoso services ns cox
were made about the enterprise of )e t wlg uuch U,I)AU; w t()X
---.- the nulletl,n In keeping tab 6nc ruallmctl( nnrt ,lU )I()Ulcr wm
net for the Seniors.
The rate will Mart at I o'clock,
nnd tho comae will be the same us on
Itegattu Day. Iloth crews will be
out on the water this afternoon, ami
will put In wime slrenuouH work be-
jlwcen now nnd Saltirdn).
TAFT CUP PRESENTED TO WINNER OF
YACHT RACE AT MARBLEHEAD
N fjlfellaJ J&lmtjt&S3lbL. JSmWmWmmS2mWm9mmmmmjtLu. ILflsslsssPSV. -A A ?9pKJn
Marblehead, Mass, Sept. 7. As a
result of tho final' race of thcGorman
American , Sondcrklassa sorlos today1,
the president Tnft Cup was won b)
the Jojotte, owned by Commodoro W.
II. Chllds of tho Hensonhurst Yacht
Club of Brooklyn. Tho Governor
Draper Cup goes to tho Ellen, owned
by Charles P, Curtis of tho Eastern
Yacht Club, Each yacht had won two
of the Berles In which the Germans
wore competitors while- the Heiella,
tho Hiirvlvor of tho challenging jachts,
was clinilnattd through her defeat cs
tcrday. Today's raco was a slashing one. In
which tho Joyetto proved to be m
much the faster on windward work
(but ,the better qualities of tho Ellen
on dead on end runs wero not power
ful enough to lHirmlt her to cross the
finish-lino in first placo.
On thu Itnul leg of thu course, u
spinnaker run back to tho finish line
tho Ellen picked up amazingly on Joy
etto, but tho latter retained tho lead
and crossed tho lino 21 seconds ahead
J On Thursda) ut 12:30 p. m. the
crewg of tho threo German and tho
i three American ) adits, together with
,!... ... a..i .. I.,. .f nmA
tho Kastern Yacht club, will go aboard
thu Govemnunt aclit Mayflower at
Ileverly, whero I'resldent Taft will
present the haiiilbomn trophy named In
his honor to Cuminodoro Chllds, owner
of tho Jojettc.
Jo)utte, V. II. Child. inio'l;41:01 2
Btnrt. Klnlsh.. Tlmo.
lloat . ,
Tho bllM-r tup or bowl offered by
I'resldent Taft to tho winner of tho
International somfcrclnsso ncht races
off Marblehead Is considered one of
the finest specimens of the silver
smith's art over produced In this
country. Tho cup is tho successor of
tho first sondcrchtssQ trophy, offered
by Picsldent lloosovelt In 1906 and
won by an American ncht, and of the
second cup, offered by Emperor Wil
liam ond-enptured by German' yachts
at Kiel In 1907, This j ear's prizzo was
designed by Gustavo lingers, an artist
ic metal workers of Marblehead. Mut
It Is ten Inches high, twont-threo
Inches nnd a half across and weighs
about twenty flvo pounds. Tho finish
Is dull. On ono hldo of thu cup In re
lief Is the shield or coat of arms of
the Uilltixl Suites, whllo tho other
bears thu German coat of arms, thus
t.)iiihollzlng the International char
acter of tho ruevs.
The Mjrtlu Senior t-icw will bu
ns follows: l,)le, stioku: O'llrlcu,
r; Padekln, 4: Chllllugworth, 3:
Schmidt, 2; II Williams, bow. Tim
rieshmen will he icpresented by M,
Center, stroke; McDougnll, &; Mac
Cauley, 4; Gorman, 3; Mai Hemic,
2; E. Hell, bow.
m n h
U0TOR CAR Q0SSIF.
The Independent auto stand drivers
aro kept very busy nowadays, nml
tho genial J rry Itooney nml his mates
are conicqutntly feeling good.
The new unto stand on Alaken nnd
Hotel streets, which Is run b) Oeorge
Hecklcy, Jr.. is n flno looking gnrag
and the machines aro nil up to iIhIu.
lluckley rcHirts that business Is brisk
end that the cars aro never very long
Idle In the shed
Manager Wells of the rtonl Hn-
vnllan garogu rcorts that ho Is kept
very busy nt present and Hint tho re
pair shop Is going all thu time. Tim
nnu Imnmttibif fnpiini.n f,,,. .,... ...!.
Is working splendidly and a supcrlov
Lrand of repairs Is being turned out.
The Mt. llaldy rnco, n ono hundred
mile grade-conquering tlnsh, Cali
fornia's most unique motoring event,
will bo run next Saturday from Sev
enth and llroadwny, Los Angeles
to the end of the wagon road, near
the summit of Mt. llaldy. Four curs,
nn Apperson. a White Steamer, a
Pope-IInrtrord and a Corbln will
leave the starting line.
Tho automobiles will rnco over 35
miles of level highway, then across
two mountain clialnsaml up the Ban
Antonio range to nn altitudo of C,C00
feet where the broad desert nnd
ocean can be seen. Tho rourso In?
eludes the Fremont pass, reputed-'
the worst automobile climb in Ame
rica and goes through 30 miles of
tho rough Solednd cnnon vlth 68
fords of the Santa Clara river.
This ) car's climb Is the fourth an
nual llaldy contest. Three successive
times n White Steam Car has fin
ished first in the 100 mile dash niul
the gasoline, cur uggiegntlon are de
termined to wrest the honors from
the Steamer In the conilnir rum
Gus Se filed will pilot the White
ami ncioruing to reports from tho'
scene of the course this powerful
machine cannot be driven "wll
open" on any part of the Baldy
The motoring world on th Pact.
no Coast uwalts with Interest the
running of ono of the greatest races
of tho seubon.