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EVENtNd HU1.I.KTIN. IIONOMll.U, T II . BATl'HUAY, SKIT. 17. 1910
1010 STERLtNQ MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
FllAME: -'2 Inch. Option in, 21. M-1I11 tubes 1 Inch Ecamlcsa
Llccl. Flush JoliitH. Crank Hrachul chopped 1: Oi Indies.
CIIOWN: Ovnl. NKkel pinto I.
FINISH: Muck enamel, nickel trimming. Option Sterling Urcon.
WHEELS: Nickeled spoken, iloulilu butted ttlhl swaged, 32 to front
wheel, 3G to rear. Hubs, spludlu pattern with hall retain
eis. Wood rlnia cnnni'iloil lo match frame.
TIKES: New Oxford Single Tube or M. & V. Double Tube. .
DEAR; 7.", 21x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3l Inch block, 1 Inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wlicolcr No. 490.
HANDLEBAR: IS Inch up curve revcn.lble.
CBANKS: 7 Inch single plece, forged from rulected Block.
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J. ,A. GILMAN,
' Shipping and Commission
Arthur Scwall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Pnrrott & Co., Sam Francisco
Badgor's Firo Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(ORINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Nouiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typowxiter
Aaeheu & Munich Firo Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
W. C. Peacock k Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF C0NN0ISSEUR8
Wi deliver to all ports of the city twite dally.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE OUARANTEE OUR GOODS
A Delicious Noon-Day Lunch
Free with your glass of beer at the
102R Nuuinii fit
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open Fiom R A. M. to 7 P. M , Exicpt Sunday
All IdiuU of l'.lcctrlo I.u;lit Rutin (blue, red, wlilto uiu violet).
r-ltfliii llallm Turkish, llunlmi, Pino Nwlle, Nmilicim. Pailmplq Aqjij
nml Oxynfii, or Mnlnl llntlin Mawc, X llnyi nin Jliwh rr.'innipy.
8itcA ntltiiilant for Mli.
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PLAY BALL GAME TODAY
AFTER REGATTA FANS CAN GO TO
AND SEE SOME GOOD SPORT ON
INAL BEAUTS TO PLAY.
Til:) allcrnooii a' the Athlrtlc Park Ir.i't'lng to work 011 the ptoi'otllloti of
tho ba ('butt Inns will be 1 1 1 : c to tec
a real (,'uml g.-nnu oPball mid th' or
iginal Harry I'.o.uila will oneu 111010
Ik h.'cii In act Ion. Their opponentH
wl I lo tlui plded Army nluo and the
icMiltlnt; ktruggiu should be a bc.iuly.
;;cii,,'.iiit Parry has urrangi'd lor a
KtioiiK I iinch of pl.ocra lo be oil band,
and Ik. in Ho lads thu bo.it posiiiblu
nliir ttlll be en, cled.
"lie I'onu'M for a Ions lime, were
iu liiollilL', and was only hut eca
ooa wieii tin- N. '1. II. teum a or
i;anlzcd that ihe IIopltal Co other
ul e I c.l'ila- Mi'.ikciied a tot. Todii)
Ihe iilr.limt tiam that beat tverytliliiK
the) umt no iic.iliibt l.ut year, aie
oni'u ninif loi-.cllicr, and the Arniv
11I..0 will Ii.im' lo le urv kIioiik 10
ba e a chaiu'c aiMlnut I lie ISarry
The r'K'lta linj takuu up all Ihe
morrliiK and most people ham ben
ro:ii;rer,al('d oil the wateifiout all the
foicnoon. A' toon au the iohIiik
raen are llnldied the ci ov.il will, no
doubl, w nil Its way to tho Athlete
I'urk, uhem at half-p.tst tlneo o'clock
thu 1j.o.i'U;i1I raaiu will Hlait. It wa
.1 tlae Idea of llari"'H to unKKe.st the
ohUllmu lleautH K"lnK up iiKnliiKt the
Army, and tl,cio b) 110 doubt that tho
park will tli.iw maiiv hiitnlrcdH of
people af.er I be rat-en 011 the hailir
Nails So.ucii, perhaps thu best
caliber In the Tenllory, will hae tho
blK mitt on for tho lleautH and, as
Johnnie Williams, l.olu and Fit lias
aiu on tho team, then,' will bo no lack
Fur tho At my. Hell and Hoblnson
will form thu batcr,v, and tho pair
will, no donbt, do Km ul work, llell
tecum ublo lo otop anythliiK that
comes his way and when ho is plleh
Ini; In piod form he In a dandy twlrl
er. ItohliiMiii ala)H ratehes In Hue
fashion, and ho known bow to work
Ilia pitcher albo. Tim two Kilillurs
'are il;ht onto their jobs, and tdiould
inako tho llcauta look to their l.iur-
Nil Soo will bo a star performer
aid If a' bin lioi.t Hid Iiiiib will bo
dented to mine Ktlrrlnt; base stcal
liiK for Riire. The Chinese lad Is a
dandy and thu way be lllox over tho
InteneuliiK up.icc between tho Hacks
I a a treat to see,
Tho park diamond In lu Rood con
dition once inure and thu weather
becms to bo mdlled at hint. Tho fans
aro eaRcr for ball and 11a tho O.1I111
U'UKiie does not start up Its m-rond
series till Sunday week, tho follow
era of the koiiio should Rrasp tho op
poitutilty iirfuided by the Army and
SorKeant Ilarry Is now working In
tho Custom Sorvlco and ho has not
so much time to duxilo In' hanehall.
fillll ho keeps In touch with the t;reat
bport and when It was foundi that
thero was nothing dolnc on the' vari
ous diamonds this afternoon Ilarry
Jumped In In his usual whole-hearted
fashion mid arranged thu Kiiine inilck-
ly McCnll of Foil Hhafter Is a nre.it
sport, too, and bo was not slow In
KctHtiK an A liny le.iui lootlicr.
Tim l.'inii Hhoilhl roll up lu forro
this aTlcrnoou and Hie grandstand
and IdiacherH should be packed with
a real holiday eiowd of fans. The
Athletic Park fans hau not seen
tho ioIiIIits In m Hon for Eomu time
and tin jr nhniild grasp thu oppoittinlly
of secliiK the defenders tackle the In
lnelbled. BOAT CLUbIdaNCE
SET FOR TONIGHT
Allair Piomisos to Be Tino and
Big CrowdWill Attend.
Tonight at the Young Motel the
legalta il.nue will be held, and all
good mciuhers of both clubs and all
thu friends of the Healanls and
MmUch should be on hand when
Ihe Hist stralua of the Initial two
tlep a ui heard.
The affair promlM-a to bo tho bet
ever, .mil all the girls of tho city
who aiu fond of dinning should see
to It that their ouug man buys a
II kel that' will admit thu bunch,
(treat preparations havu been
made for the dunce, and It promises
to go with 11 swing that will keep
tho fun up till well Into Sunday
morning. When tho last dreamy
waltz Is plaed, everybody will want
"Just one moro." And tho proba
bilities arc that "Ju : 0110 mole"
will be lulled out for sure, and thou
the final goodbyes will have to bo
raid, .iixl next year's dance will have
to bo looked for waul to.
" E.O.HALL CUP TENNIS
The i: O. Hall Cup tenuis tour
lament will lommenro next Thorn
day, September -i. In this tour
nament the llcretauln, r.icllle liml
Neighborhood courts will bo used
BILL PAPKE PASSED THROUGH
ON WAY TO FAR OFF AUSTRALIA
I will be there ,h g , ,.,, utloiln..t
Mr Andrews , ' j
NEW ELECTRICAL STORE.
An electrical company under tho
tompnuy name of tho Honolulu lllec
trie Co Is thu latest huslncha venture
In Honolulu II S. Malluuz, an ex
perienced electrician who has been
cmplocd In Honolulu for tho past
year, has been Delected as tho man
ager. The company will carry 11 com
plele stock of electrical supplies, do
wlriiiR and repairing, besides making
regular monthly inspections of inn
tors at a nominal charge. As thero
are man v of these Independent clec
t ileal lompaiiles lu tho larger cities
this one polu.t. the way lo how metro
politan llotiolultt Is growing. Thero
Is every promise of success for this
company. The electrical store Ih lo
cated on Alakeu slieet, near llcie-taiila
"Well, saj, this is 11 llnc-looklnfj
tiuig." remarked Hilly, I'apko ns he
etepped oft the Zcal.iudla Inst night.
"We could ico a lot of tho city
nestling up niaong tho trcci" as we
came In," added Mrs. Hilly, who Is
a chaining oung woman and still
lu the honeymoon stage. The third
member of the I'apko party was n
lino-looking hull pup, which. In the
liirluuntlng manner of all oung
imps, waddled over and begun to
lick tho hand of a Honolulu man
who was (landing as In a trance.
It was Mrs. Hilly who liad'tiypno
llrcd the gentleman from O.1I111, and
ho could not bo blamed, for tho lady
Is a dainty piece of beaut) hut,
say, this Is not sport dope, and that
Is what the crowd wants.
Hilly I'.ipke strikes olio at once
as being a clean-llvlug joiing man,
and one who looks thu world very
straight lu the ee. Ho Is about
Dick Sullivan's height and Is of a
iturdy build. Dressed In a light
grey suit with a becoming hat mi
his head, 1'apke looked moro Ilka tho
average Honolulu soung business
man than a pugilist.
"Wo had n great trip down," said
I'.ipke last night. "My wlfo" you
should havu heard the evident prldo
with whli h thu word "wife was
need -"Is a good sailor, and I was
all right after the llrst day or so.
As far as our Australian trip goes,
I don't know what men I'll meet In
Sydney and Melbourne, but It does
not matter ninth, as
to take on all turners,
Is looking utter all our business uf
fairs on behalf of Hugh Mcintosh,
who went to Knglaud lu order to
pick up some boxers to tnko to Au-'j;
n h m a tt.u m n :: n x: a t
M . .'
COMING CVEHT3. t
' .; t
tt Secretaries and managers .of t
H nthlellc chilis are Invltod lo send i
It In tho dittos of any monts which t
St they may ho, getting up, (or in- t
1 n tcrtlou under tho .nbovo bond, t
I! Address all communications lo
tralla and match against tho mem
hers of our party.
"Thero aro four men In our party,
nnd they ate Cjclono Thompson,
Itay llronson, Jlmnilo Clnbby kind
myself. Wo will bo matched with
nuglUh and Australian boxers and
will be kept busy."
the .ealaudla reached port last
night too late for nn arrangements
to be made for an exhibition In this
city. Tho I'apko party, therefore,
took things ttiletly, and be.vond go
ing for tar rides after dinner, did
nothing much. Tho Canadian boat
pulled out at noon today, and the
most conspicuous object along her
deck was tho neatly-clad figure of
tho man who should hold the mid
dleweight championship, nnd who
would If Kranhiy Kctchell would
only come to the mark and fight.
W. I'. Corbclt of the Sdnoy Itef
crco Is alnt 11 member of tho party.
Tho wcll-know-n sporting writer Is
returning from thu Slates, where ho
went to seo tho Jeffries-Johnson
"(lght"f7) Corbclt always thought
Johnson lould win, nnd never hesi
tated about salng so. Ho parsed
through Honolulu In company with
Toiymy Hums, Hill Ijuig. Hob Kllr.
eiuimons and tho other bunch that
went to sec 'he big light. '
tt Oahu League. - t
Sept Hi It. 8. M. vs. J. ATC. t
Sent 2.'.. C. A. 0, vs. 1'. A. C, t
,i uanu junior., ,
is -.'Amihhi Wil'ulnmaa.
18 Mil Hoek,vs. ABaha.
Golf,. 1 "
23 Kotir llM(,Imrsoinc, II.
C. MoanulmiCt ,
Cricket. '', l
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XT Sept. 17. Mutihj,
XX ' Tennis,
XX Sepl i:. O. Hall Cup,,
XX Sept. 17 Annual Jtvd'ttta.
MISS ALMA LYNDON
From tho Rickttrd Circuit
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It has heel! riiuioled about that
: FORT SHAFTER NEWS
An 0lhci.1l estlmalu places tho num
ber of dairy cows lu thu United States
Moro Until .r,().000,0(i0 worth of soap
hi uiado and Mild in the United States
within a short time I-'mt Shatter will
bu made Into a regimental post. Tills
wilt not only mean a great deal to the
1 1 tt to battalion iost now stationed on
the hill thieu miles out of tho city
and directly titer Moanalua Park, but
to roiiiilulu Itself. To station twelve
companies Instead of four at this pimt
will necessitate a great change In tho
ttinilltiou of the hind as It how lays.
Tho rlcu Held that now layH Walkikl
way from the Post up tho llouolulu
Pearl City. road will no doubt bo lllled
In and converted Into a rutrado ground
for llin regiment. The ravine which
divides tho post and the K.tlihl pla
teau will probablv bo tunneled and
lllled up which wilt make onu vast
area pf about two hundred acres of
borvlqeablo government property. Tho
street car lino which now terminates
In Kall'lii, will undoubtedly bo extend
ed to Moamtloa Park, running directly
past thu Post.
When Hawaii hecotneu a department
or itself then Honolulu can properly
bo called the Military City. Instead
of Mime two hundred soldiers crowd
ing Into tho city thero will bo ulno
hundred more or Jess, from l-'ort
Sharif r alone This will mrnii that
nearly tl,ri,ono will p,1ss through Ihe
hands of soldiers of tho Infantry
brant tt alone lulu circulation to uu
rlch thu bank iiccountH of tho busi
ness men of Honolulu Then too tho
olllceru that will add to thu society
BANVARD & FRANKLIN J
Acrobatic Sketch Team
ANU THE lli:ST
IN TJIK CITY
Corner Nuuanu and FauaHl Street!
CLARENCE TISDALE ,
The Orcatest Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON
From anywhere downtown will take you to the
Best Bar in Honolulu
Right around the corner from Fort on Hotel
and there you are
Hotel near Fort
" It's . The
rlho Two Jacks,
King- and Nuuanu Streett
end will bo of no small number. Ho
nolulu's military sociability will uutko
II the Sot Inly City of tho roast
An Altniilliiii. Admhtion 15c. 10o.. 5o.
Furl Shnfter will then bo un at
traction to tourists passing through
tho rlly Tho post Is nuw one uf the
bciiil' . of tho Island of Oahu and ut
ti.i, inch attention. Tho making
or a ' paitmctit of Hawaii should bu
licailll) advocated by nil.
Itxhas been citstomaiy for non-com-mlssloiied
officers lu charge of quart
ers heretofore, ul tho Bounding of call
to nuarturs to start through tho bur
rocks taking check. Orders have Singing-, Dancing- andv
been issued stating that thu man lu !
charge of ttiarturs will not start to
lako check tyitll tho sounding of
"tups." In doing this It gives thu men
lifted! minutes more than they hate
bad lu thu past to maku check, and
missing check means punluhmcnt of
Prlvntos Frank Smith, Company (1;
Img, Company I-'; and Snapp, Com
pany II, havu been selected ps dining
room ordrrUes for olllcers during thu
Instruction School at Fort Shatter
These men will stand no calls and re
ceive 11 compensation for their work.
ett I'rotnnt. I
Sergeant McDonald of Company (i
has been detailed as overseer In the
placu of Sergeant Pctllgrow. Thin
position Is temporary how over, for
Sergeant IVttlgrow Is witli Company
li In ramp at the Instruction Camp
and will bo back to his regular dulioa
lu about a week.
Thursday Company F took their
weekly practice march. They went
out Inward thu polo fluids In light
marching oidor and had some Held
practice, lutiirnlug In tho post about !
noon, looking rather thu worsu fori
ltst Thursday was Ihe regular day I
for Company I; In take their weekly '
one-day hike They did not go how- 1
ovei, bill sta)ed homo and atoiuid tho
bariarks policing up and making
preparations fur their slay up 011 the '
Plateau About t n'clotk x Ihej
marched up to tho ramp of Instruc
tion lu heavy uiartliltig 111 dor ami
went Into nimp. where tliny will ie
mulii about tun days iicIIiik as model
lotup.ili) 111 ihe nrliiHil or tnstruiitou
lor ih National Hoard ollliurs '
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI
BE0AL SHOE CO, '
EiiiK and Bethel.
I10VAI. ACADEMY DANOIV
Tho R.o)u Awikmy of nunrini,'
will rivh aii Anion noil NsjVlm
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