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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTTLT;, T. H , SATURDAY, MAY 21, mO.
team ) hied
JOther Teams Claim That Player
, ' i' From Town Should Not Be Al
lowed to Play.
Tho following loiter explains It
if elf, nnil tho question nuked Is a
Ktmliy one. J no piajcr in quviwuu
s'fi certainly enginie ni inti mm-
lie signed, mid now It would seem
tin t lils lmmo la still nt Wnlalua
Ttte fact that ho does not sloop there
oV(ry night would not seem to dls
cittillfy him. Still, If the-plantation
Icmguo exist only for piatuaiion
plijers, tho man In question would
nrtt seerri to ho ellRllile. ns no now
U employed In Honolulu.
jSnortlng Editor Evonliiu n i-
1 o 1 1 n-Mny I talo up a little spice
n vour snorting column In re. Oatm
f'lantatlon Ilisebnll League?
tIn tho,lly-Laws of the said League
section l, Article m rcaus as ioiiow.
"Section I, Artlclo III An offlclal
list shall bo prepared by tho Presi
dent and Issued to tho Managers or
f each of tho respective teams whereon1'" ' "" ' "w'
t such nlaiors desiring to become ''ntv-c Uht pounds l.eavl
such plajors desiring to become
members of any one tcom shall per- "". """ '" "'- "- "
sonally sign their namea with Ink "" " ' l'ro " 'l
proMded, however, that they arc ac- Howeier, I got his goat through tho
tiul bona fldo restdents of the illn.'l al tr0Wll wlllt 1,111' o'lough
trlct lmt must not he a nlaier In. to hae linchod De Mello."
'the Senior League, and have regls-l
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terca Willi me secreiary 01 uie j-tj
guo thirty da)S after signing The.
Offlclal List shall bo filed with the
players' names not later thin ooc.
month beforo the commencement of!
tho League. Additions miy he malo
to tho ohlclal list of pajers from,
time to tlmo In compliance with tho
Now question nas como up as to'niuns conienu mat at mo uino 01 reg-i
fc1 ono of the plovers of the Wnlnhn
i Saseball Team. At tho tlmo of rest
PJsterlng according to tho Dy-Laws of
R this League, tho player referred to
PV wan a bona-flde resident of Walalua;
, his parents having their homo thero
'and living In tho same 'old place
"whoro tho plaje reforrcd to was
rv,born. He Is now soventeen years of
nge and subsequent to his register
ing with tho Walaluas, an opportun
ity offered whereby he could earn
good wages by coming to Honolulu
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BOW M'FADDEN EMIS
HIS TRIP WID FI'iM
T,,iv,.., c nin.t wiit, n M.llnithe nutomoblto art, and the prlco Is
vM like Wl.'stling Match-,
Jack Saw the Volcano.
I'rcii nrcnitnts of tho McKudden
Ro Mello light In Hllii list Saturday
night go to slibw that Do Mi Ho foul'
n.i iini ni,i i.ripn ilia niinn lii
hitting Mcl'nddeii when, tho latter
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was on 1110 noor in mo second roiiniii-" - "
wan tho cause if his loping tho ciiii-i l",,rn "r many
test In tint mi ninl round Do Mello ho l.ocomoMlo Is going Mroi,
threw Mil'uldon tluough the iopes,'nI'. ""' "l(,Hn beautiful cars al
and then Mortlj nftei wards lost on i tract attention In tho best of auto
a f011 niobllo society. Tho easy running
Md'addon returned on the Mauni,01111 inlet eiiglno attract people, and
Kea this mnri lug, and appeared orj '" ol'l sajlng that tho car run llf.o
woll satlslled with his trip. "Had a!" wntch Is true enough m regardj
great time," said the genial Jonn-!tl10 Lmnmobllo
than; "went lo the volcano and took) The S human girnge handles high,
In nil tho fights. Yes: took Do medium nnd low priced cars, and nil
Mello In, too Ho wns n husl.y guy.! ,lir, findes are the best that rdn
nnd after I had handed him out n,llC obtained Tho only difference Is
few on the mush he got mad and,'" l" lzo n"'i, m.iue, iinisn or tne
Marled up a wrestling niilcli Ho
threw me through tho roptg and then
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Considerable mruej was Inst and
unit n tlirt flirtif. niul Tfilitk fk'IIfiirhn
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a It n :: II It II II II II !;", Ztv s llsait
to work, returning to Wnlalua mi, T1 H ,(1i '"JenVy Is on eslablsl
Saturdays tq lls pironts nnd home i ' J.'X i fi.. ..i. S -. i
An attempt Is ..ow being made to" """ w In theso alatde. and
bar him as a pPijer on tho WBlilm''"" "r .,J0'"C "" as
Team on tho ground that la l.ui K-U "" ns the factor ca" i,,rn them
luted tho prultlon of hojtPm I. r-,"ll , ..
tU0 HI of the lli.Jaiws. lio W.u-
Mastering ho was nn actual bona-fldo
.resident "'of Walalua, nnd 'at :i unit-
ter of 'tact his rcsldcnco Is still at
Would It bo asking too niuoli to
ask j on to thrqw n little light on
ttio subject, knowing tho interest
vou and jour paper are taking In
the progress nf tho Onhu Plantation
Manager, yalalua llasebill Club.
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H tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiksk sssssssssssssh ssssssb sflsssBsssssT ssssbIsD
H. HACKFELD &
gathered tu a nlco little 'take
tttsajh M-ridJsn"j victsr? "Di
f.feiiOj cipparUFs inf ar.ith'ef
i.Eht. and they rod on tint their
man can account for McKaddeti If
the pilr meet nRalh
ft tt ::
Gleaned at Garages
Tho Schuman CiaraRo Ins rocolved
tho long-expecteM rinnileft cir, nnd
It Is causing yomo excitement among
tho nuto people of tho clt). The cur
Is n ficautlfully finished specimen nl
ro "awi-able lliul almosteve.vbody
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'n low-priced car, tho
machine Is n
rood looker, and a better doer.
The famous 13 M. 1". cars nro still
In dennnd, and sovcrnl hnvo boon
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foui lo people nit tno oincr islands,
l'irly every lllago has at least lino
1 t t ninl nt fl,. fllir lalttiit
cirs. ruo running cnpaiiiiuieu nro
tho cinio, m.d the ri.iudcis Is Just
as good ns Ijor hlgher-prjced sister
The ABjoclatcd (Inr.igo reports a
busy week nnd many hales qf nla
chines to arrive. Tho Hudson cars nn order fqr nnnllior llulcl , aid ox
are goli.g slrong. nli.o. liml Hobcrt potts to close dn niilor tor n Cidll
Slilngle bought one
i beauts last week.
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' .auager mie,i nas necn away
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-a- iu 10 u nn-Kiiuwn
Valley Island resident. Ills trip Is
most successful 'so fnr, and ho Is vis
iting nil the centers of tho different
Iho"' lit i model nf tho (,'halniors
Is attracting n lot of attention, nnd
orders fnr same nre now being
celved by Manager Seniour Hall of
tho Associated GaragO.
Tho aildden tour has ciutcd a lot
of attention to bo devnled to tho.
Chalmers, and the endurance run nf
2600 cillea mer tho v o-H r6J9
AtAitii hss cir-riVicsa t'-t
U $S$J 3 if.l CTiflmeu ,
The von Hamm-Young Co. reports
tho sale of nnother one of tho beau
tiful 1'acUiird Jdodel lit runnbout (o
r. II, Jfclnemy, vho lias now Join
ed tliojrni.ks qf nuid owner.. and Is
Justly liroml nf his eplnrtl.l csr
Tlio'pndlllnc remallia In Hie front
rank, m usual. Out of IV carload
fof Cadillacs -whleli arrived tlild Hf'i,
Marston Campbt-ll, uporlutcmlrtii of
Public Works, reieHed It f 4 beautiful
deml-tonnenu and ttkes grell pi Ids
In showing It In his numerous
frloi is. Harold Dillingham ran nit
say icuougli about the smooth inn
nlpg qtmlltlis at 'his Cidlllao tour
Ing ear, which was dclfvereit lo him
during Ilio week. Ho Is specially eti
thtislaStlc over the exicfla of power
shown by his car, which Is ublo to
climb any hill on tho high gear.-
Another Ciullllnc wns shipped to
William Scarby, superintendent of
the ruunenc Mill, Maul, m.d a large
Model 10 llulcfc has alio bien' deliv
ered li ti.'Vi r.lttqu nf IlUn, wlin 10
ports that 'his flno uHihler will
climb up tho side of n house if neces
sity. Mr. riodgo repnitn from Hawaii a,n
excellent trip In tho 6 cjllmlor ton
nenu rl)abnut. S'o troulilo what
ever was encountered. In spile of the
steep nnd heavy toad, the Thnn)is
maklt.g tho trip around the Island
without cvdn n puncture This beiu
tlful car has been very mu-li Wi
nifred mi Hawaii, and Mr lludgc re
ports several excellent prospects of
sales, with ono salo practically
Mr. Hchocnlng reports tho automo
bile business In vorv brisk mi tho Is-
Un.l .. fn..l 1tn l.- f..n ..... In
lao before tho Week Is mil
The gnrago ami ropilr ileptrtmcnt
of the von Hnmm-Ymuig Co haa been
6xceptlnnully busy during the vveul.
Tho (wo additional experts who re
cently nrilvcd ffom the Coast rimo
Just In tlmo to assist the already
lirgo stilt of repairmen who are
under the supervlilou of Mr Shnnor
during tho absent o pt Mr Hodge on
The Stovens-Durjci Ins ns ninny
admirers ns over, nnd tho von Hamm
Young Co. has Just closed tho silo
of one of these bcftutlflil cars to 1
Tho Packard Motor Car Co. wrltos
tho von Hamm-Young Co. that nil "tjyou get tho genuine. It's the only
ro-'the miO cars have been sold. The
Io:al agents havo nuly nt o nf thero
Isiinnrli rnm tori! It li n 7ii!iHsnnLor
touring car. duo to arrlvo In about
ton dayp. It will probably bo sold
beforo It reaches Honolulu
MR. HfJBACE It. BUTTS.
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If vou wish to keen young, slrone
checks tho ulow of perfect health,
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tion and" purifies the ciltire systcni. It is recognized as a family medicine
iverywhcre. It is Invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and
sickly children. It is a prom6tcr of health and longevity; makes the
old feel ycung, and keeps' th'e young strong.
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key and is sold in sealed bottles only: never in bulk. look for the
trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on
(the coik is unbroken
I U. S. A.
lystcm in a normal, healthy condition,
and vigorous and have on your
take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey 'reg.
alsolutely pure medicinal malt whii-
the label, and make sure the seal over
The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Bocheste, . Y.',
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Mr. Horace K. Butti, Prorldenoe,N
R. I. a U. S. Army man, many yean
ago on' account of the hardship! of
army life had dyipepiia and stomach
trouble to bad that he could icarcely
eat. He took Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey, which gave him immediate'
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vigorating stimulant and body
"I have used Duffy's Pure Malt
Whitkey for many yean and find
that it is all that it claims to be.
During my twenty-four veari of ier
vice in the U. S. Army I wa being
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place. As a result of changing cli-i
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was scarcely able to eat a thing. On
the advice of a friend, I purchased
a bottle of Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key, and immediately good resulti
tolbwed. Ibis wss eighteen -jtxti
ago! Since theri I have not been
without it. I especially recommend
it to all who are in need of an invig
orating stimulant and desirous of
building up their system." Horace
It. Butts, 50 artndview Btre'tt;
Providence, R.J.. Mr. Butts' case
it similar to that of many other aged '
men and women, who have been kept
hale, hearty and vigorous bv the use
of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiiket at a
medicine. It is a food requiring no
digestion, which has a stimulating
and tonic ejtect upon the system.
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