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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 04, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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KVnNINII llltl.t.CTIN, HONOLULU. T II.. I
'No mntttnif you arc in San Fiunnseo or at home
1 ; iU your chopping at "MtigninV
All Packages to tho "Islands" will
bo sent free of charge
iim.VY. Nov.. 4. win.
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We call particular attention to our
where vc manufacture underwear under the most
sanitary conditions, using raliahle materials
' Send for our INFANTS' ami CHILDREN'S
t Grant Ave. and Geary St.
All sizes and styles, anil the Batteries to use in them, Just in
fresh from the factory.
The handiest electric light made the POCKET FLASHLIGHT.
t-' Complete assortment at
, E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
l SOLE AGENTS
MONT ROUGE WINES
ROSA J CO.
1 Beers, Wines and
FAMILY THADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL' PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakca and Queen Streets
Tho biggest lino of well-made, hanclsomo MEN'S
SHIRTS wo, have had in stook this season,
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT COME AND SEE
HOTEL STREET. NEAR FORT
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
San Francisco, Cal.
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA and INGLENOOK
WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY. MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry, t
Wc also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver' to
any part of the city,
MACFARLANE & CO.,
Phone 2020 Queen Street
EFFORTS WILL BE
CENTERED ON SPORT
Baseball Teams to Be Angled
f-or Un Coast Track Meets
Are Planned Stais Might
Come to Honolulu.
When the news that tho Kumo-
liumchu Alumni had decided to pur
thiibu the Athletic I'.uk was un
nouueed In vestenlav's II u 1 1 c 1 1 n,
all tho hull p1a)crs and other nth-J
letcs began to Inqulie us to why the
cx-studcnts wanted the park. Tho
fuct that at the Kumehameha S hools
thcio is u Hue Held, lather Induced
people to he skcptluil ns to whctlicr
or nut tho Kuuis had uii) thing to do
with the proposed ileal."
However. It was quickly discover
ed that tho dope was all right, mid
that some of tho former students at
tho behools vvcie In on tho pioposl
tlou. It Is tald that the lull took
over the grounds on just thu samo
terms us wcio ofTcicd to the O.iliu
League Kiuic months ugo.
The Oahu League could huvemudo
a good deal with tho proprietors of
tho Athletic Turk, before the Wu-
Bcdas urrlvcd, and by this time tho
grounds would liao been almost freo
of debt. IIowocr, tho Icuguo could
not nee Its way lo bin lug tho park,
anil tho scheme fell through. There
was too much bickering within tho
Oahu League, mid the roiihequcnce
was that not only did the nark ileal
fall through, but the second bcrlcs of
tho league was abandoned.
Now u new bunch win huv,o con
trol of tho park, unil there Is no tell
ing where or when thero will bo any
moro baseball. Tho old league will
not take, kindly to any proposal that
they divvy up to the new owners.
Thcio wus too much trouble Inst
season, and tho worst of It was Hint
W. W. Harris, who run the grounds,
hud no hold whatsoever on tho
league. They plujed ball, or they
did not, just ns they liked.
Tho schemo of tho now pronmlors
Is a fine one If It can bo worked.
To get two big ball teams down hero
for tho training hcimiii Is n great
Idea, but tho two bunches of huskies
an not bo impoited, kept lit a good
hotel and fed, for any small amount
of mnnc). And where Is the money
Coming from? Transput tntlnn nlimo
Is a big Item, and when the cxpoiiko
of keeping a lot of bull tosscrs In
clover Is consldcied. It does not seem
as If n two-bit admission ihnrgo to
tho Athletic Turk would help much.
It would bo a great mhcitlseiuent
for tho Territory, but unless tho bjg
business pcoplo get together unci the
Promotion Committee- gets busy,
there docs not seem to bo any
cliunco of anything of tho sort com
The Athletic P.rlc will bo filled
In, and tho wutcr ept off by drains.
It will be a f.ilily largo Job to grado
tho plnie, hut It. can bo done If tho
money Is foitlicomliig.
liver) body hopes tfiut the sclicmo
Will woik O. K und that Honolulu
will Imvo a chance of seeing the big
ball payers In a Hon. Ilunncrs mid
other athletes may drop In nlto. and
good sports, may bo urrunged but It
will all tuk'o lots 6f money.
it it tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
Kumchamchu Alumni will
of the Kuiiicuanichu S.hools to Join
In tho uffulr.
An effort Is being mado to secure
grounds for the High School to fo,m
nn athletic Held on. Some talk ot
getting tho property on the makal
Bide of King street, near tho Oahu
Flower Garden. Is going the rounds.
Tho llnw.,11 Yacht Club will boon
decide on a dale for tho i'iico for tho
jSej"For Rent" cardi on ale at
thi Bulletin olfict.
u meeting tonight, ut tho club inn mum prove io do u uay ,tt,,,e Tho C0nrBWnii will' not have
and ull, tue. juomuers aro re..." ".""i " !"" "" -. Bl,cn ,, cag.. tlmo tomomSvt n tncy
,1 to tutu u; The matter of, ear i ori.Biuiiicr j"M a, ,, w,m y. , t))0 ffr8t . )f r jfct g.
o purcliaso of. t hi AthJollc' l'-"''.110 ??w.mc" "" v l,ll.l l"w dv's game. In the' seWfld half. A
come up, undfco'irictlilng may bo 'ou,(i io a K rai ue. i i.ei or. i y- t, , . jjlVholc op-
tu Interest nil the ex-students '"(5 oi mo inci nun tins will no mo , , rf ,,, !,,! '.Uv
u u st tt u ittni n ;tti u u :i ti tt :i
m 4 tt
tt COMING EVENTS. tt
ti Secretaries and managers of t!
tt athletic clubs arc Invited to send tt
tt In tUe ilutcs u( any cvonts which it
it they may lie getting up, (or In it
it certlon under tho above head, ti
tt Address all communications to it
ti the Sporting IMIlor, I) ul let In. it
9. Inl.tul vs. Normal.
9. Knahiiiuiiuu vs. ltovul.
J. Central s. Pimiihou.
9. Kams, vs. St. Louis.
S. llcictanhi h. Kalihl.
ti Nov.. 13
it Nov. 22,
-llerct.inln s. Kullhl.
-Piilumu vs. Kullhl.
5. College of Hawaii vi
High Hi hook
it Nov 21.
ii -Kuplolani Turk.
it Nov. Wall Cup.
ii n ii u ti u ii it u n uti n u it tt u
FORT SHAFTER NEWS
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
1'rlvatc Jesse li. Illchitrdsun of
Company U bus bceir relieved from
speclul duty In connection with tho
gjmnaslum ami bowling alley, und
Ucurgo P. Alstudt, private in Cum
puny F, Is detailed in Ills stead. Prl
vuto Hlehurdsou has held this posi
tion for nearly a sear In fact,
since tho beginning of g)iunustuiii
drill lust cji and dm lug his spare
moments worked In tho canteen.
Ulchaidsou will now tcturn to his
company for duty until next Junu
niy, when ho will !cau for tho
States to take his discharge. Al-
eta dt wilt attend nil calls.
Corporal Rowe Detailed.
Private Trunk K. lluumgart of
Company i, who has been clerk In
fioet headquarters for some months
past, has been relieved. Corporal
Il.il ton C. Howe has been detailed to
111! tho position, llowo comes from
Company 0, and wus for about nine
teen mouths tompany clcik In thut
McCollough Gets Go.
Soldier McCollough of l'oit Shut
ter, after waiting for some months
to have u bout with someone, has
Dually iccched tho nppoituulty, and
Saturday night, November 13, will
flint li I in lit Schoflcld llarrucl's tnk
Ing a round out of .loo Median of
Honolulu. ' McColtouglr Is In fluo
trim, and Is In training every day,
with great expectation. The soldier
lighter has iniido u good record for
himself in this city, and It Is ex
peeled thut his go with McHurn will
ho mi) thing but slow. Scholleld
rough-ildcrs expo t to have a big
tlmo on tho intli, fur the buttlo
between McCollough nnil McClurn In
not ull the fun. A couple of other
matt lies have been made and, be
sides all this, thero will bo other
nmiibcmcnts. It Is hoped thut all
fight fans will find their wuy to
'Lellchiiu on Saturday, November 13.
Houston, School Teacher.
Private HoiiBton of Company II Is
the hchool teacher at tho post bchool
In this po.it. Ho Is making good
among the soldiers, for his scholars
bay "ho Is thcio with the goods."
Houston enmo to Kurt-Shaftcr u ycur
ago lust September.
Tho iiunuul field day at Port Shut
Vs comes next month. Tho ' iluto
has not ub jet been named, but it
will coma oft about the becond week
of tho month. Many of tho ni?n
of tho battalion havo put In tbelr
names to tnko part In some event.
This should prove to ho a day of
l""' "eld day this battalion will havo
"' "' W. every cnoii suouiu no
made to cony away all ho honors
Wll,e tho compctltlyo day arrives
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" -"mewnere mine cop o, u.o
rowit yui Again.
I VBle Peter M. Irown of Com.
i pany (1 Is iiguln ba-k to duty with
''' rompany. after boveral weeks In.
lho post hospital. Hrnvvn had some
trnnliln with bin pns wlilln nn tlin
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. i -nay niito, aim uuer ins uriivai
- "t loit Shuflcr they swelled up ho
t that ho vvuu uuublo to bee, lie io-
Y.M.C.A. TEAMS PUT
UP GOOD GAME
Big Crowd of Fans Watch
Bout Blacks and Whites
Play Tonight Series .At
tracting Attention. '
Indoor baseball Is gi owing In tu
tor rapidly,- und ull over tho city
teams are being sturted up. Tho Y.
M. (J. A. series, in which the Ucds,
Whites, lllues und UlackB take part,
Is caubtug much Intel est, anil lust
night tho second gumo of tho season
wus lilioctl. The game resulted In
u win for tho lllues, who beut tho
Heds by a teoto of 12 to 3
The struggle wus un exiting ono
und a large number of funs gather
ed ut the Y. M. C. A. gjninuslum to
watch tho piny. Tho rooting wus
thing of Joy to tho members the
theater pcoplo next door did not en
joy the noise bo much and when the
lllues wcro declared tho winnois, a
Si cut shout went up from the crowd.
The Ucds did not seem able to
get going properly anil, tlmo after
time, when they hud a man on third,
the succeeding batsmen would strike
out In quick order. II. Klemmd and
Joo llonun formed the buttery for
the lllues, and they did i cully good
work, llnnnii knows all about tho
Indoor gnme, and he wus well back.
cd up by the rest of the team
Tor the Ucds, Knmnna and (Jeorgo
Mil's led the altiiik, and tlicv were
not altogether to blame for tho do-,
feat of their side. Right fiom the
start the lllues got going properly,
and they quickly piled up n lot of
I mis that made tho chulices of the
Ucds overtaking them very slim.
Tonight tho lllacks und Whites
will meet at the gym, and a good
tight go Is expected. Tho umpires
l.i bt night wcro Dr. Hand und S,
llund: L. Rosa wus s oicr, und It is
probablo that tho sumo olTlcluU will
have (barge of tonight's game.
The llorctaulu and Kullhl teams
will meet at Putama on Tuesday
night next, und a great game Is suro
to eventuate. The Kwu end of the
town Is full of baseball plajeis of
both the night and day type, and
thero Is never any dlinculty In get
ting n team together. The lineups
of both teams In last night's game
wcro us follow
II. Klcmme C Kumnun
Joo Honnn P George Mills
(leo. Dvvlght. ... lb T. McOilIro
Hert Nott 2b Alvln Sllvu
N. McKuIro Sh.' KJonca
K. McOitlre. . ., ,Sa. .Albert Deluhux
It. Duncan Lf, . . ., . .A. Ciinhu
No Plujcr Ilf. . . .A. Aucrbuch
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COLLEGE OF HAWAII? '
, AND HfGHS AGAIN
Two Teams to Meet 6i Boys'
On tho llo)s' Pleld tomorrow, tho
second gnmo of football between tho
College of Hawaii and tho dllgh
School will talto place Tho first
game wus won by tho collego by u
big mujoitty of points, but the Highs
hopo to turn the tables on tho others
All the new men on tho High team
havo been working haidiMurlngr tho
week, and tho cohsenuenef Is that
thero is u grout improvement uujicc
put un was good to see
,,, nf lho co e tgnm w,
not tomorrow, as ho U
uniUr tho weut,,or Urdseyo will,
, however, bo on the Job, and he Is u
tower of strength to his side. Tho
.',,,, mon nro K0,B out aftcr the
Highs again tomorrow, and the ro
cult should be u great gamo,
V ii n 1. 1 r It ti 1 1 n 1 1 11 ftl iter Tiur.
ii t tt tt it tt ti tt it is tt it ii n it
..nr.A.l n 1.A limil.nl u.lniA irmul1
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caio was taken or mm, mid no i.i
now doing icgular duty with
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
MONSTER MATINEE, SATURDAY I
I Any Scat in the House, 25 Cents
i A Mainland Treat - DontMissIt!
GEORGE B. HOWARD & CO.
In William Gillette's
"THE PRIVATE SECRETARY"
The Most LauRhable farce Ever
Order our teats today or ou'U
have to stand.
Monday, Tuesday and Wcdnesdny,
David llelasco's grculcst play Till!
(1IKI. OP THU (iOLI)HN WKST.
Illiilicho Hates' triumphal vehicle.
Plrst tlmo ever presented by a' stock
company. Owing to tho big demand
for scuts, patrons arc requested to
miiko reservations early. This groat
pluy will run for threo nights only
n ml wilt not be offered again during
the engagement of tho Howard Com
Orchestra 50o Balcony 35c
LUAU FOR KING
GIVEN LAST NIGHT
Marathon Jackson and His
Wife Entertain In. Honor of
Last night Soldier King was en
tertained ut a luuu given by Mr. und
Mrs. Nigel Jackbon. Tho affair was
a great success, and quite a number
of runners mid other uthlctes guth-
oi ed around the fustlvc 1-o.ird. owing
o tho many political meetings held
lust night, quite it number of the In
vited ones wore unublo to attend.
Tho company got together' during
the feast, und It was planned to have
a blcjclo rucoln addition to tho run.
nlng" race that will tnko pluc to
morrow afternoon If tho transport
Logan docs not leave till Saturday
night or Sunduy. Tho in es will bo
on Sunduy If by liny chntico tho
Logan btuss Aver till Monday.
Whilst the luau Vrns In progress
many, speeches wero made, and King
came In for n lot of compliments.
Muny wero tho hopes expressed that
the game little boldlcr would return
to Honolulu next )car King replied
In n, huppy vein and declnred his
Intention of coming back to the
Paradlso of tl0 Pad lie early next
Pour or llvo Miudovlllo nets aro on
tho piogrnm for tho balanco of tho
vvoek ui tho Hmplro Thcutro. Tho pro
grum piovldes u varlotj; of acts that
run fiom (lancing and singing to musi
cal comedy. Hut without doubt tho
mobt popular part ot all mo program
Is thu ventriloquist act. Tho cnpo'ra
of Will's silent paitncra In this net
never full to get a laugh or bomo oth
cr demonstration of appreciation.
while o'lier poisons on the hilt aro
by no melius ulwti)S so fortunate, Thu
dancing und singing Is by Clara Kent
lug and Claudu (iohlou. Tho musical
comedy Is u omblnutlou of musical
mixtures that has mora flavors than
thu fabled boarding house hush.
An entire change of picture and van
dovjllo was mado nt tho Park Thea
tie laijt night for lho week cm! bill,
Ilrown und Wltmott ns usual secured
heiirty apphutbu li-iihy lho audience at.
the' 'conclusion ofhlhc'lr dancliii: net.
'Alberto tho lllusloiili hud u new trick'
iiiusioiunt. nun u new men
:b wero just us puzzling)
3 hosliOwiiLdurlng tho
jot. lia 'vcseiif enguo-
or iwv which
ns 'tho, ones
meilt. it BUelnslj, supply of tricks
ira1 vvltholn.iiiijiljhunms boeu lliid
Inp now ones forloTeryifilango of p(h'
gram, Harney and Hajnes havo an
other fantastic net that amuses thu
Pugct Sound Is gicatly Interested In
tho fact that the barkenttuo Kvorctt
C.. Grlggls nnd tho ship Aimer Co
hum, both arrived ut Dolngna nay on
September 30. Tho Cnliurn cleared
Capo Mattery four days later than
tho (lilggls, thorofore won lho lace
by four ilaya nnd somo hours, Tlotli
carry lumber. Captain R. I). Sterling
having bought a rnntrolllng Interest In
lho (lilggls euily this jear. Uapilln
IMuuuy commamU lho Cuburn,'
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM' THE COLONIES
Admission 15c. 10c. Co )
HARNEY & HAYNES
BROWN & WILMOT
Corner Nuuanu and Paunhi Streets
THE MASC0TTE SISTERS Acro;
batio Song and Dance
GEO. W. STANLEY Character Ar-
WISE '&' MttTONi- Premier1 Fup?
,i Makers, ."(i j i , , - , , . sf'
-r t r-Aud
' LATEST MOTION PICTURES ' Jt
ALOHA 1IAX1I HOUSE.
School of Physical Culturo,
SctentlUa Mussugo, Mcdicul
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments). Ladles' Men's, mid Children's
clusses. Hours: a. in. to 10 p.
m. and Privuto Instruction,
.Mr. (Jiistur Illiirkmiiii (of
Itoyul Swedish Gyuiu. lust.)
Masseur nnd Instructor ot
I acific y
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll, find thej'fo all ffioi fel
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND
FOl'iSALE AT ALL BARI
- ' Telephone 2131
I'jfi'fjlj Drink (
HAY'S OLD KONA COFi'EE
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & 4 0 0.
If you would enjoy a good time, at
tend the SOCIALS as given by the
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
in Odd Fellows' Hall every Friday
evening. ,. v
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