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John, Iat of the Manhattm Lunch Rooms, has opened a new Ckoi House on Hotel street near Nuuanu Fln.t class meals served at all noon HOFFMAN CHOP HOUSE. Removal Notice. M. Ohta removed to C3(5 South Hotel Street betwees Punchbowl and Bere tanla. Honolulu Scrap Iron Co. C. H. BROWN : : : : Manager HALEKAUWILA ,STREET Highest prlco paid for Old Brass, Scrap Iron ana all metals. Telephone G42 P. O. Box 547 HE KNEW. Tho Parson Nature Is not unllko some young men. Tho Deacon In what way? Tho Parsori Nature begins her fan by painting things red. Vi ID lr WTM wltlinut Iwivlnir niiv inrmnrnnclil re- 1 on. o.i o. o-.i ii WALLS i m Notwithstanding that the aquatlo sportsmen were left up In the air by Jack Atkinson's going to Hawaii without leaving any memoranda re lative to a Fleet regatta, they have got together and arranged a fine program to come off on Sunday afternoon. Below will bo found the list of offi cers and the program of events: REGATTA COMMITTEE S. A. Walker, O. It. Angus, O. L. Sorenson. JUDGES A. A. Wilder, S. M. Ka nakanui, Robt. Atkinson. CLERK OF COURSE A. S. Robert sotiTEli Crawford. STARTERS From Moana Pier, C. U. Wilson. From Hag opposite Crown's resi dence. Geo. S. Harris. TIME-KEEPERS W. M. Johnson. H. E. Murray. 1. ROYS CANOE RACE Cup. 2. SIX PAD. HAWN. CANOE 1st prize $30; 2nd, $20; 3rd. $10. The entries for tho tennis singles championship of tho islands closea yesterday afternoon and play will start tomorrow afternoon at the courts ot tho Pacific Tennis Club nt 2 o'clock. The entry list is not as large as was expected, both Hllo and Maul falling to send down any entries, though the date Iia dbeen specially set for their convenience. It is apparently certain that tho fight for the championship will He be tween W. L. Warren and Richard A. Cooke. The latter will beat L. S. Con ness with ease on the first day's play and will also c.ean Ray RIetow up without difticultj, his next match pro bably coming against Warren, who will play Harold Castle in his first match and probably C. G. Bockus in the cond. for the latter siiould defeat M. Ballon in the first round. In the second half ot the drawings JOE LAHEY. WHO MIXES "I think I have a good chance to beat Rellly, as my condition Is very good, though I will have no excuse to make If he wins from mo Saturday night. I think I can llMlt. Mm In n ln rtht lt , . " ' as It is nard lor a fellow to get a lead in four rounas. That Is what wo XXXXXITIXTTTTTTTTXrxXXXXrX XXTXXXTXTTXTTTTTTTTXrrxXXi OAKLAND .Sept. 20. With tho dis tribution of nearly 100 trophies to prize winning canines the first annual dog show of tho Ladles' kennel asso ciation of California, which opened TENNIS CHAMPION SPORTING SPOUTS 3. WOMEN'S FOUR PAD. HAWN. CANOE 1st, $10; 2nd, $4. 4. FOUR PAD. MODERN CANOE 1st. $20; 2nd, $S; 3rd, $1. 5. SURF BOARD CONTEST IN BIG SURF Cup. C. TOUR PAD. HAWN. CANOE 1st, $20; 2nd, $8; 3rd, $1. 7. CANOE SAILING HAWN. CA NOE 1st, $25; 2nd, $15. S. SIX PAD. HAWN. CANOES FOR SAILORS $1S; $12; and $C. 0. CANOE SAILING MODERN CA NOES 1st, $15; 2nd. $10; 3rd, $3. 10. SURF RIDING CANOE 1st, $12; 2nd, $G. 11. SURF RIDING CANOE FOR SAILORS $12; $G. Entries to bo made with Outrigger Club or S. A. Walker. Races to starjL promptly at 2 p. m. Surf Board Contest Boards not to be over 8 ft. long. Al Castle and A. J. Lowrey appear to be the strongest and In all probability one of these two will play In the final match against either Cooke or War ren. Lowrey has been ill with stom ach trouble for the past few weeks and Is not In his regular form, which makes It look as If Castle would win out. Al Castle should beat Joe Cooke and Lowrey take Baldwin Into camp in tho ptellmlnary round while Steere and Greenfield of Ewa will have a hard light, with the odds in favor of the plantation man. The drawings are as follows: R. B. RIelow (byo); L. S .Conness vs H. H. Cooko; W. L. Warren vs Harold Cas tle; C. G. Bockus vs. S. M. Ballou; A .L. Castle vs J. P. Cooke; A. J. Lowrey vs S. A. Baldwin; F. E. Green field vs R. E. Steere. iT WITH CHARLIE REILLY. fought beforo to a draw and I think, as tllls 's fifteen, I will be able to get ' J0B LAHEY 1 "U 13 "" """"S OpiUlUU uuuvu is juu ieany a of the coming bout between him ana Cnarll0 UeUv at tne 0nmcum aalur. day night. yesterday morning, camo to a closo tonight In tho Iaora park rink. The attendance was tho largest since the exhibition opened, hundreds availing themsolves of tho opportunity of seeing snnio of tho finest of the blue blood dog aristocracy ot tho state. The dis play was a gratifying success and tho lady dog financiers under whoso man agement the show was given were well pleased with the manner In which the first dog display ever made under DOPE HOLLY . tho direction of women west of Now York was received by tho gcnernl pub lic. v OAKLAND, Sept. 20. The revolver match between Henry A. Harris and C. F. Armstrong took plnco at tho Shell Mound ranges today and result ed In a victory for Armstrong. This match excited considerable Interest among tho local marksmen and a largo crowd was on hand to witness the shooting. From start to finish the winner seemed to hnve the upper hand, and when tho final scores were tabu lated Harris was In tho minority. The loser challenged tho winner to a re turn match, to tnke plnco within tho course of tho next few weeks. o GRAVESEND, N. Y., Sept. 2C An gelus, a castoft from Harry Payne Whitney's stable won the Oriental handicap today In track record time. This angular son of Sandrlngham, the English stallion bred by King Edward, and Imported to this country by tho ( late W. C. Whitney, ran tho mile and three-sixteenths course In 1:59, a full .second raster man tno mane csiauusn led by Stamina, his former stable mate, .September 18. In order to win Ange lus had to make a heart breaking pace from start to finish. He ran the first half mile In :47 3-5 and tho mile In 1:37 4-5, a new track record for the distance. IKES GOOD PLAY P31 P3 The Baseball League came out of the season about $200 be- hind, but this. has been made good by the generosity of the 'Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Company, L. A. Thurston being the prime mover. At a meeting of tho H. R. T. & L. Co. held 4- -f yesterday It was voted to pay over to the trustees of the League $200. mi -- 4- W Pine Job Prlntlno, Sta- Office. Frntcrnnl Meetings 1ARMONY LODGE NO 3, I. O. O. V Meets every Monday evening at 7:1 In Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street, Vlt Itlng brothers cordially Invited to at tend. BEN F. V1CKERS. N. G. E. R. HENDRY. Sec. HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P O. E. will meet their hall, King street, near Fort, every Friday evening. Bj order of the E. R. WM. H. McINERNY, 1. R. H. C. EASTON,' Secy. DIVISION No. 1, A. C. . Meets every first and third Wednes day, at 8 p. m., in C. B. U. Hall, Fort Street. Visiting brothers are cordially Invited to attend. FRANK D. CKEEDON, Pres. JAMES T. CAREY, Sec. XXXXXB ALWAYS AHEAD THE ROUGH RIDER CIGAR Fltzpatrlck Bioi. and Myrtle Clear Store. FOR man To Make You CAMPAIGN BANNERS POSTERS, ETC Elite Bldg. Phone 3U7 Homo and General Painting. Fire Insurance Atlas Assurance Company of London Now York Underwriters Agency Providence Washington In surance Company The B, F, Dillingham Co, Ltd, General Agents for Hawaii. Fourth Floor, Stange .wald Building. 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WO SING CO. GROCERIE8, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, ET California Butter, 40o lb; Coottn, Butter, 80a lb.; Island Butter, He. Ik 1186-1188 Nuuanu Street Telephone Main 288. Box 111 No waiting for waiters They are with you hero Prompt Service Best Cuisine Moderate Cost We are used to serving crowds and satisfying the people. Our Cook ing appeals to persons who want some thing different but quite as good as they get at home. We Always Have Variety Breakfast 6 to 10 Luncheon 11 to 2 Dinner 5 to 8 Ice Cream and Cakes Open 6 a. m. until ll:30p, m. Hotel, near Port Thurlow's Cafe (Formerly Scotty's Cafe.) Cor. of Nuuanu and Merchants Streets OPEN DAY AND NIGHT AND SUNDAYS. Under the management of Al Thurlow, late Steward of the S. S. Alameda. FIRST-CLASS MERCHANT'S LUNCH 25 Cents. riOVED. WE HAVE MOVED INTO LARGER AND BETTER QUARTERS, JUST TWO DOORS ABOVE OUR OLD STORE IN THE YOUNG BUILDING. WE'RE READY FOR A BIGGER BUSINESS THAN EVER. Hawaiian News Company, Ltd. Alexander Young Building. 0mC0K00-0- awl. BOXING This Afternoon at 4 o'clock Main Event. TRINKLE, U. S. S. MARYLAND, Champion of the Pacific Fleet. VS. FOX, U. S. S. PERRY, Champion of the Torpedo Flotilla. 15 Rounds at 132 Pounds. -' , JACK McFADDEN, Champion of Honolulu, VS. WALLER, Champion of the U. S. S. Pennsylvania. 10 Rounds at 130 Pounds. McCOLLOUGH, of Fort Shafter, VS. "CHUCK" CONNORS, of U. S. S. Pennsylvania. 6 Rounds at 145 Pounds. Independence Club Alakea. StrAfit. Tickets on ale at Fashion Cigar Store. WIRELESS STRIVES TO WARN CRUISER OF GALE WASHINGTON, September 2li. All the Atlantic wireless stations aro try lng to pick up the cruiser l'ralrle to mN?& H fl agf IARNIVAL warn her of a terrlblo West Indian hurricane advancing toward Porto Rl- co from tho southward. Tho Prairie is carrying 250 sailors for the PaclUo fleet to Colon, where they will be sent . to Panama and San Francisco.