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RVnNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, 8RPT. 7, 1008. Primo Beer Ask At the Bar For The Honolulu Brew F SPORTS Local and National DAKOTA CREW DEFEATS WEST VIRGINIA MEN The South Dakota race boat crew won mci the West Vlr- glnlns lij a boat length this morning, utter the tun hail rowed for three hnnl miles, opr a course which took them fat out- side the harbor entrance The Went Virginia jatMpM, who lump- oil together for tho purse, loitt about $.1,500 on tho ileal. Kory esscl In tho Nnv l pro Icleil with n raco boat, all of them of tho name hullil and size. Tho) aro not rating shells such us aro used In the ordinary regatta, hut are barges, tlpan- I) and clcgantl) built, on which rowing Is under conditions such as would bo found In the case of almost an) skiff or uh.ilelio.it tarried by the men-o'-wnrsmen. The race was rowed oft early this morning, the boats start- Ing rrom n point In the harbor, and going nut of tho clinniicl, our a measured course of a mile and back over the simo course Owing to the fact that over J.1000 was up on each side of tho purse, Interest In the outcome was tremendous. r 4 Samuel (lompcrs, John Mitchell, and Daniel J. O'Keofo of tho Kxecu tle Council of tho American Federa tion of Labor conferred with lawyers In Washington as to action to pre- ent the injunction secured by the Scudd) Itlchnrdson, who has serv ed us n reporter on ninny Southern newspapers, has proclaimed himself an Independent candidate for (Joern or of Texas, opposing prohibition, his platform being: "I stand for what Is Ruck Stove and Range Company of right; with the help of Rod I Intend St. Louis from being made permanent. I to bo Goornor of Texas." Tennessee Team Wins Beats Washingtons By 9 to 3 Score Tho Tennessee's hiFpball te nil this muinlng won thu light to pla) with the Callfornlns Wednesday In n r.anic which may ilcdilo tho chain I'lnnshlp of tho Second Division of the 1'leet, by defeating tho aggrega tion of the ( rulscr Washington by a score of 9 to .1. The game was play ed at llischall l'aik, beginning at 10 o'clock. Tennessee, by w liming all the games since the uhlps arrhed here, has won a right, which seemed nlmost an impossibility befoio tho Honolulu games, of looking lit tho cootpil ppunaut. The game this morning puts them ccll with tho Washington team. Itoth scored hcall) In tho flist Inning, and crossed tho pan again In the lirth, during which time it still spcined that tho Washingtons had u chance to coma ahead and win out, though tho score was against them. Then, In tho eighth, they threw their chances away. A man walked and another took his base when hit by n pitched b ill. Tho first runner was caught off second, but tho hall was thrown nwa), and ho romped home. Tho left fielder dropppd an easy one, tllce the slnbsler, got wild, nnil thrpo turn In all scored, That unded the scoilng of thu gamp, but not somp pr) prrtty pin) ing, tho (hlef feature of which was n long limning catch b Sncba, which mado up for hls'orroi duller In tho play. It was good baseball, except for sonio weak work nt shortstop, and a tcndcnc) to get up In the air which tho loscrH showed Runs and hits t Innings: l 2 :m .", r, s 9 Tennpssecs ... '! I it n 2 n 0 3 o n it. ii i t u it i o o n n r, Wash'tons . . . 2 0 001000 0 .1 II. II 2 0 112 0 0 107 Tho lliic-ttps. Tennessee Hush, Ah; Orrcn, If; MrCnfforty, cf; KaulTnian, lb; nan us, 2b; Zchner, if, Tucber, us; Neff, c; lllnhos, p. Washington -- Hlce, p; Phnucuf, rs; Ungllsh, c; MtCrcary, 2b; Wheel er, lb; Leach, rf, Sacha, If; Domal- galskl, 3b', Dlllowa), cf. COAST PUERdI)AFTE Cincinnati, Aug 2S Tho National llascball Commission gave out a list of pln)crs who hao been purchased by major league clubs from minor league clubs since thu closing of tho drafting season and which purchases hno been npproed by tho commls lion, Tho list Includes the following: National League Cincinnati, from Los Angeles, Oeoigo Kills; Ilostou, from Vancouor, Il)att. American League Huston, fiom San Francisco, frank Arellanes; fio;u Portland, Thomas Madden; Chicago, from San Francisco, R. II. Zcldcr, Har ry Sutor; from Vancouver, Flanagan; Clc eland, from Portland, T. F. Raftcry and Grnnoyj from Oakland, W. S. Wright; Washington, from Los An gclcs, William Gray. Maui Democratic Candidates (Special to the II u 1 1 c 1 1 n) WAIU'KL', Maul, Sept 1. - Tho delegates to tho Dcmocintlc conwii tlou held n caucus In Lahalna Inst 'evening ami the delegates were In 'structed to otn as follows; Hir Shoi IIT, T, 11. Dona (I)); Lahalna So peivlsor, (1. Kuiihl (ll.lt.); for Sen intiu, I). II. Kuhaulello (It.): Rppro- scnlutiw, Chas. Makckau (It.) I for Audlroi, Chas, Wilcox (R.); for Ticasurcr, L. M. llaldwln (R.); for County Attorney, .1, W. Knlun (D.); for County Clerk. W. V. Kano (It.): for Lahnlnn iieputy Sheriff, Moses Kauhaahaa (I).). Win. White (ll.lt.) Is also looking for choice ns Ilcprc sciitnthc from Lahalna, and may In Ing Into action his nld-tlmo shrewdness that may win him tho desired nomination, for Oily Hill is a factor nt nominating coiiNcntlnns. me iccpunnc.ina aro J) ing i aim hao not )ct aunoiinced their candi dates, but whenever the) fall Into public gaze no one will liae canst for legict. PROMINENT CHURCH WORKER IS DEAD M.rty Kcnlolm KlmoKeo, wife of BflBBBBflBlBlVBaBatH?JK;- LiL WFf BBBflflflPBUflyftOylBBBflfrittMl Yildgy m nMB,7iA''k'-HUlBH M ' M lav"Waaj.-ui'i TT ANEHDtaH II !l ill IBaSilfcP i- T?3Eall f f 1 HH?Sr?lvJvSi I I (J III ! i "i? 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In 187B. when Klmokeo en tered the Theological Seminary on Punchbowl Btrect, Mrs. Klmokeo camo here with him. In 1880 Kl mokeo was ordained a pastor for Walalua Hawaiian church, whero bo and Mrs. Klmokeo remained for eighteen )ears. During tho pastorntc of Klmokeo of Knumnkaplll Church from 1S17 to 1000, Mrs. Klmokeo wns nlwu)S icady to assist her husband In bis work. Ilcsldei being useful as .1 Christian worker, sho was a good musician. Sho wns a member or tho Knnliuninnii and Aha IIul Kalaini No. 1 of Knulkeaouli Societies. At her request, the funeral services will bo conducted nt Knwnlaluui Chuicli by tho Rev. O. II. Ciullck and Rp. Lono of Kauinnkaplll Church at :S o'clock neU Sunday afternoon. Tho members of both societies wrljl at tend In a body and tho Inlormcnt will bo at Kaulnakaplll Church )ard. The "TWO JACKS" is the real FASHION NOWADAYS i". i, HIE a "'lES I The best of Wines, Beers and Cigars are served by the POPULAR MIXOLOGISTS. 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