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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., FRIDAY, SEPT. 24, 1909,
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Arrived by "Hiloxtian"
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.
Call nnd ScoTbcm
IRON BEDS '
Furniture Co., Ltd.
A full assortment, sizes 24"x93"
to 48"xl20", and Rauges No. 1G to
No. 26 just to hand. i
We do sheet metal wcrk of all
kinds, and guarantee satisfaction.
Your patronace is solicited.
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Fort and Beretania Sts. '
A new shipment of
Chinese Silk and Grass Linen
Just arrived from China' in suit patterns
Table Covers and Doilies
In all sizes.
New heavy and light pongee silk and crass linens.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sts.
WING ON CH0NG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design a fraire to your satisfaction.
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Po, 0. Box 771.
BOSTON RESTAURANT. ;
GOOD MEALS FOB 25 CENTS. '
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.,
Everything in Season. ,
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BY V. L. S .HVENSON.
Although tlicie were not many
V. M. C. A. Track1
Mset Was Great
There was a real good tlmo at the
spectators at the Athletic l'nrk e&- Y. M. C. A. Inst evening when a big
terday nfteiuoon, the few that were ciuwd of spectators rolled up to en'
present were (rented to a line gnmo
of hall. The Mailnes went up
against tho Colorado nine, and a
good, snappy gnpio It turned out to
be, the half-wots winning by a scoro
of 2 to 0.
Old reliable Anderson once rmro
turned out to catch tor the holf-wets,
and, although his little linger Is an
crooked as a coihBcrew owInT to It
being broken so ninny times, ho dIJ
good work and was Just ns jiuurt ns
ctfr at throwing to seiond.
joy the "track meet" arranged by
The ball was started rolling by the
shot put, and the efforts of the con
testants to convoy small Bhot by tho
spoonful fiom a full cup to another
vessel was very ludicrous. Urodcrlck
won this exciting event from John
ston In tho remarkable time of 1
minute 9 seconds.
Then tho mile walk came up for
consideration, and as the competf
tors wero hobbled, they had a strcn
Hlnes pitched a very lino game, uous tlmo covering the length of
nd only one of the ship's nno got tho room. Tho quartcr-mllo run
to second. The Marino twlrlcr is In wus n screaming affair, und tho no
excellent form Just now and Is ble endeavors of tho runners to howl
pitching ns -well as ever ho has done, a two-bit coin along tho floor was a
I treat to watch.
The 100 yaid dush called upon
tho contestants to count up to 100,
and Johnston won this Interesting
Tho hurdle race went to Mnrcal-
lino, who proved to bJ or? artist nt
holding his ankles and hopping over
pieces of string that wero strotched
along the floor, This was a very
funny event, and tho spectators went
up In the air -with delight during
tho race. '
j The hninmcr throw brought out
some marvelous stunts, and as tho
knocking Implement weighed only a
fraction of an ounce, the winner put
j up a wonderful performance by
I throwing It no less a dlstanco than
-Throwing the. discus mado of
cardboard was an amusing affair,
and when Klrkpatrick threw it tho
length of tho room ho was cheered to
Next the 220 dash came up for
consideration, and Ooldy", who was
tho quickest In addition ,got flrst
place. The standing high reach was
won by Nott, and the half-mile,
which consisted of tossing half dol
lars nearest to a crack, was captured
The evening wound up wl(h a tug-of-wur,
which was won by Stanford.
Refreshments were handed around,
and everybody came away very much
pleased with the evening's, fun.
The track meet results wore as fol
lows: Harvnrd, J. E. Ewlng, captain, 34
Yale, Ed Cnrdcn captain, 33 points.
Stanford. Charllo Gllliland cap
tain, 18 points.
Ilcrkeloy, 'Harold Johnstone cap
tain, 17 points.
Freight from the wharves and do all
kinds of heivy 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.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Jfltf editorial rcms ar(' bu
neio office, These are the tefepr in
numl'dis ul tlio liuiidtln olficr
i Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
i Office Fort St. Opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
1 Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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"Andy," the catcher for the Marines,
who made hit reappearance in the
game yesterday, He has been laid
off with a btokenf finger for tome
weektj but feels go4d now.
Tho rest of tlio Marino team back
ed up their battery well, and some
flna entities wcie mndo by tho out
fielders. The sailors did well to hold tho
Marines down to the two runs which
they scored In the early stage of the
game. In the flrst Inning Hnjea got
home over the plate and scored
amidst tho checis of tho Marino sup
porters. Then In tho second the
half-wets again scored with the aid
of Thompson and led by 2 to nil.
No 'further scoring wnu datio dur
ing tho game, and Inning after In
ning was'plnjed In quick order,
without nn'y additions except ciphers
on the scoring board.
The line-ups were ns follows:
Marines Slorp, 3b; Hnyes, 2b;
Coll, ss; Davis, lb; I'eyton, rf; An
deiton, c; Williams, cf; Thompson,
If; HincH, p.
Colorado Alvord, rf ; Olfford, If;
Kleiken, lb; Aycock, c; Knlpc, p;
(lllhnin, cf; Crowdcr, 3b; Pcllla, ss;
a n a
Two Rowing Races
For T( morrow
Is Busy Man
Kred Smith's ventnro Into tho'
boxing promoting business Is al
ready beginning to look good to the
fans. Tho bouts will be brought off
at Aloha Park (not Highland Park)
on Hotel street, and as Charlie Rcll-
ly has arrived from the coast, ar
rangements' can bo gono ahead with
Tho Aloha Park Is nn excellent
site for boxing competitions, and tho
shows should bo crowded all tho
time. Smith is a busy man today,.
nnd Is getting all tho dnpo ho can
about the sailors and their wIsIioh
us to matches, etc.
As soon as tho fleet returns Fred
will get busy signing up tho differ
ent boxers who liavo expressed
their wants In tho scrapping line,
Tomorrow nftomoon when tho and there is no doubt Hint some very
lowing rnio hotween tho Myrtle Sen-!ker" contests will be arranged.
Ioih mid Freshmen, and ulso tlio one1 Uo!,l' llnd Trlnkle will, bo a big
between I ho "Strawberry" crows of drawing card, und theso two boys
tho Hciilnnl and Myrtlos take plnce, wl, lmt "I1 a Brmi go If brought to
Ihero should bo bo u big crowd of mother,
spec tutoiH, down nt the wnterfmnt. tt It tt
Thq first race will stmt at -t5 I gr f
o'clock' Itnd tho Worn! Immediately DlSnOp OC V0. VS. ,
nfler tho finish of tho Senior-Fresh-1 M r r Tt ' t
n. v. . j omorrow
men stiugglc. The crews have been
hard nt w,ork every afternoon lately,
and tho men aio In tip-top condition
for tlio rnco.
There is a lot of rivalry between
the different crews, nnd the race to
moriow Is going to bo tho real thing.
Tomorrow afternoon 'the cricket
match at Maklkl will -be a very in
teresting one, nnd It should prove tp
bo a very close' game, tllshop & Co,
hhve a strong eleven, and If their
Whitney & Marsh,
Wc havejust unpacked quite an assort
IRISH POPLIN, a handsome mercer
ized fabric in solid colors, 28 in.
wide, - - 35c yd
FRENCH LINEN, soft-finished, all
. .pure linen, in all desirable shades,
47 in. wide, - $1 yd
EMBROIDERED PIQUES, a French
material, white ground with small
colored designs j very pretty for
children's1 coats, etc.
PURE LINEN DUCK,
color, 36 in. wide,
sheer, white ground with
designs and silk stripe, 27 in.
wide, - - . 25c
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Also many oth,cr styles ol fancy goods,
and a full line of
Nainsooks. Wash Chiffon,
"The Very Bett In Everythine;" it the tecret of our tuc
This, together with the "know how" in the manu-
factoring of Soda, hat placed our products in a class by
thenteWet. We deliver to all parti of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
" JOHN SCH1EEFF, Manager.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of Ant-class spec
tacles properly fitted call 6n him
cs off l.n the park noxt dyor. " That
was how the mlx-urbccurred, nnd
In tho hurry of going to press tho
matter went that way. Anjono who
knows llnrry Werner Is nwnro that
the genial one Is not In tho boxing
business, nnd thnt he Is Loiillnlng hl
attention to tho Human Iloulctto
Wheel, which opens tomorrow night.
I Tho dally rcMillH of tho National
Simpson, A. Ilnlrd, M, anil Amcilenn I.enguo games, togeth
er with tho stundlngH of tho tenniH
up to dntc, nro published In tho sec
ond edition of tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u every
Whilst the Freshmen know they are best men turn out the Honolulu club
up ngnlnst tho real thing In the Sen- will have to put up a big score to
lors, they, nevertheless, think that win.
they will be nlilo to show the way As the match will be the last of
to lite older men lit the rowing game, tho seanon n Inrge tiiui-out of plny-
T!iu pice btlwecn the "Stvawbor- ers Is looked for. There might be
lejs" nnd "l'oli.in" will bo the renl one nioio match against the Ilrltlsh
J mi, nnd tho way tho youugsteis will wmMilp lledford, but bejond thnt
slip thiough the wator will surpilse lher will be nothing1 further doing
lenple In IomI cilekot elides this year.
' Thn lorni cloven Is n stinng.nne,
OMT "For f-enl' care's on tale at nnd, ns Huh Andeixon H butting In
the Bulletin office. good fin in Just now, It Is thought
that his side will compllo n good
fltcd n-nie for tho bankers ot bent.
The tllshop team dofeated tho H.
C. C. last tlmo they played at Ma
klkl, and tho local club is deter
mined t wipe out tho stain tomorrow
and will do their best to recover tho
The two elovens will bo as fol
lows: lllshop & Co. J. h. Cockburn, W.
Mnclntyro, M. Mr Qraliam, O. 8. Wu
terhouse, T. 1. Orny,J0. C. Cantloy,
C Louis, n. Sinclair.'
Honolulu Club R. A Jordan
(captain), C. P. Morse, A, It. Hat
flold, K. Anderson, C. V. Maxwell,
V. Wlthlngton, J. If, Klddos, J. K.
Maclean, H. M.
Play will start at 2:30 sharp, nnd
fall plajcrs are requested to he on
,the grounds nt that time.
. . .
JacKson is working hard nnd Is do-
Owing to the statement thnt was voloplng soma of his old-time spco t
made In a building adjoining the mrti- a distance. He, of couise, Is
now ninusement plnce on Hotel (ontldcnt that ho will win, but tho
stieet, It was made to appear In yes- llllo man will prove to be n dlffei-
terday's II u 1 1 o 1 1 n that boxing cnt proposition to any of tho lonil
matches wero to be brought off nt runners thnt Jacksun has competed
Highland Park. agnliiH,.
The reporter wnr spenklng In Pied tm
Smith, and the new fistic malinger Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
leniarkcd: "I will bring tho match- Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 135.
Yet another rhnllcngo from tha
fleet: "Hurricane' 'Howard uf tliu
Ayres, II. Ilalloy and crugcr Colorado wants to box liny
115 pound man on Ilia ships or on
shore. II. II. is u good man at hl.i
weight, nnd Bhould bo able to mnkn
a good showing against an j one ot
tho local men.
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