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OVAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THUItLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Hers. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
They Have Arrived
W. C. Teacock & Co., Ltd.,
Hilo People NicejGQOD GAME FILL
Tilings For Keio
Jewel-Keio Game Is The
Feature Event 0?
Tomorrow, the baseball fnns will
be treated to quite n sight for tired
If the baseball people of Hilo did
not wuuii to the proposition of bav
in C the Santa Claras play ball there,
they nin pleased enough to welcome
the KeloH. In fuel, they hnvo placed
mi order here with Okasakl, the tai
lor, for beautiful new uniforms with
whirl, flit, lffilna nrn , tin firnunnf ml
on the occasion of their visit. This c.8- Tho Jwe ",.,tir,t ,he. 1""
I going mme. when It was found lm- f0"nnce w "' ,1, S"n " Cl,ar!l tea'
possible to maho n game for tho Santa lbut, th r"'" ov'nl "' th,e ,1y1 Vuht
Claim. In tho umbrella town on satl,.', be the eciiiiil same, In which the
factory terms. And then, Is mtIo 'Diamond lleuds.shoit a catcher will
question that the damns really iut,try lo 8to",tl,L' Kclos- Tle l,r"llcl"
.... .i... i...- ... .1.. .... ........ .are reduced to guesswork pure unil
"UtZZ 8'..e. but thev .III be off their .manager. Willi. Drill, says he will be
flans And Nelson To Do
Battle On 9th Of
On Admission Day, September 9th,
Hattllng Nelson and Joe Cans will
meet in tho Mission street arena In n
4S-round fight, the lightweight chain
ploshlp being tho prize for which the
pugilists will Btruggle.
The men agreed to fight at 133
pounds ringside, for 70 per cent, of
the gross receipts, which will be di
vided CO per cent, to the winner und
40 per cent, to tho loser. Eddie
Smith was chosen to refereo tho bout.
Nelson Is at present In the East,
but he was telegraphed and his
nrmnged for the Kclos In Hilo nre
for Saturday and Sunday, the 15th
and lGth, as follows:
Satuiday, Aug. 15 1:30 p. m.:
II. A. C. vs. Naniwa: 3 p. m.: Keio
Sunday. Aug. 16 1:30 p. m.: Hilo
vs. Nntilwn; 3 p. in : Keio vs. Moo
beau. As tho Nnnlwa team is not In this
list, and us It is thought probable
that the Kelos will bo asked to play
a picked team, It Is supposed that
then- will be more games played than
tho above be fine tho Keio team leaves
8ECIERT FUR WINE
FOR Willi FINALS.
Ono game Is yet to be played In tho
handball tourney at the Y. M. C. A
Frank Itechert anil John Uaptlsto aru
lo play this. Each man bus won 17
matches and lost 2. Tho g.imo at
G o'clock Thursday evening.
Ileckcrt put Webster out of the run
ning Wednesday evening by defeating
him two out of three games. Webster
has wonelG games and lost 3.
'guess If this game Is not worth see- on hand by August 10th. (Inns In In
ing. the mountains of Lake County and
In the first place, the Jewels havo he will remain there until two weeks
shown a nice splilt In consenting to before the date of the fight, when he
play when decidedly crippled. And will come down to Shannon's and fin
they will go Into It for tho sport, be- Ish up his training.
5 ond a doubt And nil tho tlmo It Is The articles signed' rend as fot
holplng the game when Keio buckles lows:
down nml plajs at a lick which wins I San Francisco, July 28, 1908.
for this bunch the pride and support I Ilnttllng Nelson, represented by
of tho Japanese fans.
That the blecdiers will
banzals tomoirow Is only
m a a
mh ir uu.
There will be an exhibition gaiuo of
Indoor liasuball at the Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium Monday evening, August
10, 7:30 o'clock. The event will bu
given In the order of an entertain
nlont for the Keio University baseball
team boys, us they havo never wit
nessed a gamo of Indoor baseball.
The game will bu played between
two picked teams, selected from the
following pin) eta: I. A. Dechcit, J.
Q. Hapttsto, John Clarke, M. V. Do
Colto, Chns. Qllltland, D. Kcoho, M.
Keolio, Chris Lew Ik, Jns. Noll, Invl.i
Spalding, Dnn Voeller, Geo. Water
house, Kutn Bun, Suln Gunn.
Tho public Is Invited. Refreshment.
will bu served.
II It It
Mrs. I'lilllp Andrews, accompanied
by her little son, I'lilllp Jr., expects to
sail August 5 on the Siberia for Ho
nolulu, wheiu hhe will lsit her fam
ily and former homo before going to
Hampton Heads to meet her husband,
Lieutenant Commander Philip An
drews of the V. S. S. Kansas. At tho
tlmo of tho Meet's departure fllcTr
child was so desperately III that Mrs.
Andrews was unable to sail, as shu ex
pected, and has since been anxiously
awaiting his recovery to start on her
long voyage. S. F. Ilullelln.
Golden, Shower artistically decorat
ed tho (able nt which Mr. and Mrs.
Gaines presided In tho private dining
loom of the Plensunton. Their guests
included Captain und Mrs. Roes, Dr.
und Mrs, Humphr'ls, Dr. Collins and
Mr. Edward DulEonberg.
W. Tin Chonc Is not connected
with any project to take a baseball
team to Wuhlawa or any other place.
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Miss Margaret Wutcrhouso Is HI
with mi acute attack of oppendlcltls.
Play for the Mclnerny cup contin
U It U
Somebody has proposed dinghy
LAST COLORED CHAMPION GONE
In a rather loosely played gamo the
Illlos defeated tho Mooheaus by a
scoro of 11 to 4 and the II. A. C.'s
bunded tho Naulwas another package
at tho rata of 5 to 3 on Aug. 4th.
The Moohenus have declared their
Intention of entering a protest on
the first game, claiming that the
"ump" was still a member of tho
Hilo team and that n second-baso do
clblon was to flagrant that It was not
Tho standing of the teams Is as follows:
II. A. C 10
m n :t
Come and sec loth the touring car
ninl the roadster.
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Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
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C. H. BEHN
John Ollvlra, first baseman of tho
Tidal Vnes, now playing in the Ka
plnlanl League, was among pas&en
gers departing on the Claudiuo yes
terday. Bins aii SQUIRFS
SYDNEY, Aust., Aug. 7. Tommy
Dili us and Hill Squire have signed
ai tides for a contest for tho woild's
heavyweight championship lo bo
fought on August 24, during tho visit
of the Ameilean Atlantic Fleet,
llrltt, and Joo Gans, rcpre
by Hen Sellg, agree to box
forty-five rounds for James W. Cof
froth at his Mission street arena on
September 9, 1908, at 2 o'clock p.
m., under straight Marquis of Queens
berry rules. Soft surgical bandages
permitted, to bo adjusted In tho ring
to tho satisfaction of the referee.
The boxers are to receive 70 per
ecu), of the gross receipts to be divid
ed 60 per cent, to the winner and 40
per cent, to the loser. The men to
weigh 133 pounds ringside stripped
and must weigh In the nrenn In a
room thereof. Handages not to be
placed above the wrist.
Eddie Smith is hereby selected to
referee this contest.
The fee for the referee Is to be
paid out of the gross receipts.
Contestants to submit at all times
to the examination of the club's phy
sician, Dr. Plymlrc, and to weigh In
when called upon In the presence of
Coffroth for the benefit of tho public.
The referee Is to follow the ar
ticles In the agreement for the last
fight between the men In regard to
not putting his hands on tho contest
ants In breaking them.
Neither man Is to cngnge In any
contest for a decision or otherwise
previous to above contest. Doth men
are to be in tho ring nt 1:30 p. m. on
Knch contestant Is to deposit $2,-
600 with John T. Clnrk for compll-
imco with theso articles of agree
ment. Forfeits to be deposited immediately.
BAWAII Um CRUISE
Oil SlfUII'S DEW
Editor Evening Bulletin:
Penult mo to stato that your worthy
correspondent, the official logkceper
of the yacht Hawaii on the trip to
Hilo and back, omitted several things
of more or less Importance which
happened during the cruise. The of
ficial logkeoper, the most Important
person on board, at least In his own
estimation, was the only person with
tho exception of the cabin-boy, who
lenity took sick, 1 myself wns pres
ent when this sad occurrence happen
ed and, strange to say, u few minutes
after tho official logkeopor had reliev
ed himself of some burdensome bal
laBt, I behold the most phenomenal
Eight of my life. A shoal of fish In
tho wake of the Hawaii, which evi
dently had been feeding on the bnl-
Must just thrown overboard by tho
lost It to Huttllng Nulrnn at Colma, official logkceper, became apparently
Cul In seventeen loirnds July 4, 1908. beery. Otherwise, I noticed that tho
Tln-ro uro other great negro fight- official logkceper was not nearly so
era left In tho ling. Jack Johnson, ,l0sy U8 0II former trips, and actually
heavy-welBliti Sam Ungford. middle- ula Bomo worIt ucsJlle tnknB In and
weight, and Inek Hlackburn, welter- ,, , . , ,, , , , ,,
weight nro nil fighters of class, mid """wlnK out ballast, by assisting oc
It they were given a chance eti,creaslonally in pulling a rope. In tlmo
one or all three of them might hecomo,! hope ho will become a useful yachts-
Joe Cans' recent defeat maiked tho
passing of the last colored ring cham
pion of tho day. Tho man from Haiti
moib was the last of the mightiest
ti lo of black boys the race has ever
given to tho ring. This great trio
wns made up of Joo Wnlcott, welter
weight champion; Joo Guns, light
weight champion, and Georgo Dixon,
bantam and feather-weight champion.
Kach held tho title lor a number of
Walcatt won tho welter-weight
championship from Jim (Hube) Ferns
In flvo rounds at Fort Krle, N. Y., De
comber 18. 1901, and held It until
Honey Mellody defeated hint In
twelve rounds at Chelsea, November
George Dixon won the bantam
weight title from Eiigenu Hnrnbacher
In four rounds nt Now York Decern.
0C7 her 27, 1889, und held It until Terry
313 McGovern bent mm nt Now York In
- eight rounds January 9, 1900,
Jou Gans won the llgltt-wclght tltlo
iiont Frank ICmu In ono toiiiid ut
Fort Erie, N. Y., May 12, 1902. and
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WE HAVE JUST BECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
ALL SIZES AND FBI0ES. Also BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS
in. different styles. W e cap ft a boy from 3 to 15 yean old.
Theie suits arc made of a very splendid shape and pure
wool, as they are very low prices.
Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, and a Fine Assort
ment of Ready-Made Mosquito Nets-'
Come to see our window displays.
J I A HiTT Has Moved to
. LANUU 0REG0N BL0CK
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNO H0TEI
Hut white boxors rcmemSeriiiR the
Breat deeds of Wuleott, (lana and
Dixon, lo say nothlm,' of old ivtor
Jaclitou und n number of other Kreatl
This Is the Steward's revenge for
the entry In tho log that ho was
holder of a chamiiloimhlr
bar tho negro challenger.
Hums Is ccrtnlnly n "commercial". Jhn L. Sullivan set the stylo by a
man. all rlnht. ilMllnir h. lo,,.nU '"slug to meet I'otor Jackson, and
with much pioftt.
colored fighters since Ills day, uio 'B"ub snins wnno mo crow weni
pietty fulrly iierelstent in drawing tho hungry, too sick to get colteo, but nl
color Hue. iwuys ready to coneolo tho crew with
It seems to bo tho rule nowudays old familiar hymns nlavcil on his
Hoot I loot-toot. Editor II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
since his time Jim Cnrbcit, Dob VI tz
Simmons, Jim Jeffries, Tommy lmiw
und other champions In tho various
T - rt . .. ".Ml H.W -.
""i""' W..HIBHI uuiiuiiu mini B.iuo classes have avoided negro
and Madami! Salto havo been much us thev would n nostllenco.
en lei tallied pending their departure! " K "
for Japan. The Consul General wail Jack O'Drleu, of Philadelphia, Is
given u gorgeous banquet ut the Mo l0 "light again." It Is a long tlmu
Uilzukl Club by prominent Japanese t,1,ICB Juck ImH ,Umo "nv "iaI "sMI'm-
Ul 1HIU U.IIB 11U HUB IJVUll, IU IIBU 1IIH
Theru were gelnha girls, speeches unJ
toasts anil tho banquet displayed lhu(
rilirici'Hi Ul nines illlll VIUUIIS,
m m BROCK
l,OS ANGELES, Calif., Aug. 7.
I'.'ieky McFiirlund of Chicago was
given tho decision In his light Uoto
tonight with Phil llroclt of Cleve
land, The light went to tho seventh
lound, when It was stopped by the
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