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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU- T. IT., SATURDAY, SEPT. 25, 1909
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A Large Consignment of the
TV. I. STEVEN BON.
Sunday Ball At 3 Marathon Race
;r Athletic Park
6n Sunday it the Athletic Park
the much talked of'tted game lie
! tween . the JaUhltond , the Marines
will be played on. Ana a very in
teresting Kame lit should be, too. It
the Kallhls wli tomorrow they will run the race during the afternoons,
be the champions o( the Oahu'nnd this has been' made possible
Chain and Belt Drive.
Call and See Ihcin
Notes and Dope
Tomorrow week the Marathon
race between Tsukamoto, the Hllo
champion, and Nigel Jackson,, the
winner of two local Marathons, will
take pthce. It has been decided to
League first, aeries, but If they lose
to the Marine, then they and the
J. A. O.b will be tied for the cham
The Marines had good game this
week when they played the Colora
do nine, and defeated them by a
bcoie ot 2 to p. Anderson Is onco
moie on deck) as catcher, and the
old reliable Is) always a source of
strength to his, team. v
Clark will probably pitch for the
KhIIJiIm, and If he Is at his best, the
Marines will be up against n hard
piopbsltlon." The fans should be
treated to, a line exhibition of ball,
and It Is hard to say which team
will Win out. t A
There will be a second gamo be
tween the H C.s and the U, S. S.
Tennessee,, and at, the latter team
baa n I way's defeated ,the C. A.' C.i,
much Interest Jlll, be nhoyn In the
attempt of (lie j.laponee h1ne',to beat
(he 'sailors: ' 't
The Juck(cs are all fond of the
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Just arrived from China in salt patterns
Table Covers and Doilies
In all sizes.
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Made up the latest or any style.
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New hsavy and light pongee silks and grass linens.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sti.
through the action of the Oali'j
League In postponing their ball
games that were scheduled for that
Tsukamoto Is getting Into fine
shape and Is shaking off n slight cold
that has troubled him a little, lately,
lie should be as fit as It Is possible
to get by next Sunday, and, Judg
ing by the way he Is running, he
should defeat the older man.
Jackson Is attending strictly .to
his training, and has done some very
fast times over six, eight and ten
miles. Chilton, the motor-cycle
man. Is looking after Jacksou and,
as tho big fellow Is an expert at that
kind of work, Jackson is In good
Tho double Marathon winner
won't hear of defeat, and reckons
he will cut outHhe distance. In three
hours or lens; but there Is not much
danger of any such record being put
up. Something aver four hours
will bo nearer the' mark, and If one
Open This Evening
For the first time with
Scenes In Hawaii
and a choice selection from abroad.
The Visiting Fleet
The Volcano of Kilauea
The Visit of the Atlantic Fleet
national game, and It Is a treat toj'nan drups out the team will be
tear thenuj-oot for 'their teams.
1'hey put some lfe Into ever'y gume
(hoy play, and when anything excit
ing happens the noise, Is something!
u be temeinbered. '
Doubleh&der 1 t ,
v Athletic Park
WING ON CflONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
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Fo. 0. Box 771.
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now packed in improved '
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be seal tight.
Get the 'new crocks from your grocer
.Thin afternoon at the Athletic
Park two fine games of ball will be
played, and the" big crowd that Is
sure to attend will have an oppor
tunity of comparing the form of the
best .of the?neet players with. that"
of the landsmenv. -v v
The West Virginia nine Is the
best of the lot of warship teams, and
js they are to. play the Diamond
lleojls 4here will be something doing
or bllre on the skin diamond.
Shneffer will, no doubt, pitch for
the V. V.s, and the team will be
.iracllcally tho same as that which
defeated tho .Washington nine ''last
week. ' '
The Jackles can put up n'igood
brand ot ball, and the Jewels will
have to go some to beat thent.-
Diamond Head will have the, ser
vices ofNUIU Hampton and Al Cas
tle., and the team, will thereby be
strengthened a lot, ' Hampton, If
he has his batting eye In, will sur
prise the sailors. Hill has a swat
that, If Itlands right, will pvt a
ball Qvcr Into Llllhla street.'
In the secoud game the Kameha-
mehas will play the Colorado nln.e.l
ami that ,too, should ue 'an excising
same. The Kums ure playing well,
una) tho sailors have Improved a'letJ
during the week they have been
practicing ashore. i
If tho rain holds off this after
noon there will bo one goodilne
down at the park. The Ulatapnd
Head-Virginia game will be the first
of what will probably be a series ot
matches between the best of the
shore und ship nines.
K tt K
A'oha Park Is
The race will start at 1:30 o'clock
and It Is said that competent men
will be In chargo bf the affair. As
the race Is of an International char
,acter Is to be hoped that some
prominent Japanese will be an offi
cial, nnd that proper arrangements
will be made1 to 'absolutely block
anyone but the .officials and the
press from getting Into the ring.
Admission, - lOo, 15c and 25c
WILL APPEAR FDR THE FIRST TIME HERE.
DIRECT FROM ORPHEUM THEATER, MANILA.
May - Wallace & Way - Bobby
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
May Wallace, Bobby Way
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY.'
Freight from the wharves, and do all
kinds of heavy draying., For un
usually heavy haulm? we have a
traction engine which nay be en
gaged at any time.
Be sure to get our prices.
Stanley And Jack
Boj. Qetobfer 4
After all the til. about the John-
son-ketcholl light ot coning o, It
appears that the kvant, will come
about is per schedule on October 12.
Ami as "Dearie" Johnson appears to
be In very good condition 8tanley Is
going to have a hot 'time of It dur
ing the time' he manages to stay In
the rlbg with the champion.
Johnson la so much heavlerj'taller
and stronger than Ketchell that It
Is hard to' see how the smaller man
has a chance with the dusky Jack.
Johnson's uppercut,' which he uses
Jn ln-flghtlng. la coins to worrv
'Stanley it lot, and If one of the
blows dues not put the finishing
touch ou the aspiring middleweight,
then a lot of 'people nre away off In
their gueas. '
It was a good 'Job ffor Ketchell
that his .match with Lancford was
stopped by- Governor Hughes, ' for
8auVould,v have taken. ' Stanley's
measure for sure.' !
"Johnson, la after the, '"dough" nil
ibe time, and 'consequently has not
sald'J'niuch about, the coming tight
lth.ltetchell. Hut "'tor champ
must grin 'In bis sleep ' when he
thinks iof .what he Is up against.
When passing through Honolulu
eaVly In the year Johnson was as
tounded that, Ketchell was matched
with Confessor O'Drlen. "What!"
he, exclaimed, VStanley and Jack
matched. Why, Ketchell Is only a
llttlo fellow he Is too small alto
However, Ketchell Is well out of
I tilt 1 fl U.lkfklltiit ulnuu Mni( n-,.1
1 - lu-ruui4U VIRDI nun, auu UQO
tmproveda, lot at the game. Still,
Fred Smith Is now reclgnlted as 'like the man from Ilssourl, a lot of
ry" ciew of the Myrtles and the
Healunl "foliati" should provide
great sport, und which ever crew
loses has to pay for a dinner for the
two lots of oursmen. The big race
Is also for n dinner, and the Fresh
men reckon that they will nut have
to pay for It, so there sou a.e.
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The cricket match today at MuM
kl will sturt ut 2:30 o'clock, and all
players ale requested to be at the
ground on time.
Will Crtner of tho Colorndi wants
a match with Charlie Heilly nt 133
or 135 iHiimds. Cruser bus a lot (if
big backets behind him. and such n
go should be a real good one.
The Porto dance has never before
been seen In Honolulu, and as tho
performers not only dance, but sing
and piny Istrumets, the show should
be a very pleasing nnd quaint one.
.The Home of Vaudeville.
.. C,- Cohen
Of the Kins of Musical Comedy
Wise k Milton
And company of Sin&srs, Dancers
nnd Musicol Artists.
the boxing magnate of tnls city, and
he Is at present busy arranging
matches between local scrappers and
men of the fleet.
Charlie Rollly and Trlnkle will
probably sign up today, and Vaha
Inn, the boy who 'has put every op
ponent he has been up , against to
sleep, will have a match tna'de for
him also. Then Turner and another
boxer will be brought together, and
tho result should be atoush from the
tap of the gong till the towel goes
The Aloha Park Is 'a good 'location
and Js very central; it Is exactly op
posite the Empire Theater on Ho-
people want to be shown that
Ketchell Is In Johnson's class.
The result "of the' fight will bo
awaited here with great Interest, and
us the day, for the struggle approach'
es many a new hat or something of
the sort will be wagered on tho out
Two' Rowing Races
M. A. Satidberg of tho U. S. S.
llmjlr.nd Is very nnxlous to have a
vi eat ling match with any man of
the fleet or Islands who weighs 180
pounds or under, T. Conrnd, who
Is training nnd managing SandheiK,
would like to nrrnngo n, go with
Roberts, the local champion. Ac
cording to Conrnd, Itoberts was sup
posed to show up on board the Mary
land and mako a match, but failed
to do so.
"The Squire and the
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co..
OfSce Fort St. Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Phone 281,
Weekly Bulletin; StYetir
'This afternoon at 4 o'clock the
Myrtle -boat race will come off, and,
JudKln-'from the wav the Seniors
tel street and Is right In the center 'and Freshmen have been rowing
of tho local bowery.
Fred Smith Is an old hand at the
promoting gaem, and the fact that
ho has taken hold of the boxing end
ot the fleet entertainment guaran
ties tho bucccss of the various
The standing of the National and
lately, the contest between the club
members Is going to' be' a very close
The course will be the Freshmen
one, and that is something In favor
of the younger oarsmen. The Sen
iors, 'however, uie determined to
show that they are the champions ot
the club, and that no aspiring Fresh
American Leagues as published I men - can rob them of the honors,
dally In the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, Is the sub- "The result will be one grand race,
Ject of much favorable comment; and 'the finish should be 'so close
the.nnd Is getting hoi close that ev-thnt the Judges will have to keep
ftryonn wants to know hovr the teams tjiNr 'eyes peeled to spot th winner.
snjid (it the flrst'posslble moment. l The race between the "Strawber-
, Armon Bros.,
Famous Musical Comedy Stars.
"Come Back to Erin"
Cornet and Saxaphone
"El Cap itan" March. . . .Dulcimers
New Trick on the Violin.
"Hear the Pipers Calling"
"I Could Learn to Love a Soldier"
.10. 20. 30 centi.
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10. JO
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World,
ADMISSION 15c; Skates, 15a
Fort Street, Below Beretania,
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. '
MARINE VS. KALIHI. 1:30 P, M.
J. A. C, VS. TENNESSEE.
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every eveninc except Sunday
nt 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
The Weekly Edition cf the Evening
Bulletin elves a complete summary ct
the nciya Of the day. '