Newspaper Page Text
i " J ii a v
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1908.
Time to Get Ready
for your Fall and Winter work among your poultry. Come
in and look up the latest in the INCUBATOR and BROOD
We have had a grjat year with CYPHERS goods and
they are better than eer for the coming season. Let us
send you a complete CYPHERS catalogue; it will interest
you, even if you are not needing any supplies at present.
CYPHERS . F00D3 and REMEDIES are standard and
arc called for by man 7 who will use nothing else.
CYPHERS INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY
FOODS and REMEDIES, and
GENERAL POULTRY SUPPLIES, at
E. 0, HALL & SON, LTD.
God Liver Oil
IT DOES THINGS QUICKLY.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
If you use any kind of tinned
milk in your coffee or for cook
ing this is the best. It is rich
in butter fat and has the con
sistency of cream. It is safer
than fresh milk because it is
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
Your chemist keeps freshly prepared by POTTIE a Remedy Tor the
following complaints: 'I :
Coho or Gripes, Congestion and Inflammation of Bowels, Kidney
and Liver Complaints, Distemper, Influenza, Sore Throat, Dry Cough,
1 Strangles, and other Throat and Lang Complaints.
Rheumatism, Shoulder Lameneis, Hip and Stifle Lameness, Enlarg
ed and Strained Tendons, Ringbone, Sidebonc, Spavins, Etc., Etc.
If you cannot procure them at your drug store, ring up
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURLOW 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 Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
-' BEST MEALS IN TOWN AT
Convenient for Orpheum Attendants.
1st Door Waikiki of Central Fire Stn.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
S P OR t"
I Local and National
Keilly and Young Nelson
On October 3rd
Will Don Padded Aits
M.ED SMITH MAKES SENSATIONAL MATCH
Charlie Retlly and Young Nelson,
the lightweights, have been matched
within tho last 24 hours hy Promoter
Wed Smith of tho Central Club to
box IS rounds before that organization
on tho 3rd of October. This Is tho sen
sational match which has looked good
to tho promoters for a long time, and
which many of tho fans hoo doped
nut ub a good one, If It could be
brought to pass. And Fred Smttll,
who has had Reltly under his whig all
along, has actually made tho match
Jack Scully Is managing Young Nel
son. Jack and Krcd hae gotten to
gether In the proposition of tho 1110:1,
and otcrj thing Is locly.
Nelson will make Keilly coiro to his
weight, and thus have uu additional
Inducement to hang out to his back
He Is a strong boy, and can't bo
worried by any amount of punishment
about tho face and head, and will for
thlB reason stand well against Rcll!)'B
Jabbing tactics, which spelled disaster
for both of the men with whom ho
hat been pn In tho rlns here.
Rellly la keeping himself constant
ly In trim, while Nolson Is beginning
now with his training. Both boys aro
working at tho boat house.
It would be hard to Imagine two
boxers more divergent In their meth
ods; Nelson for slashing In, Rellly al
ways cautious and methodical. The
former has sent down to defeat sonio
of tho best of the boys who ever don
ned a glove hero. Ho has a. punch,
but tho best of It Is his great powers
of enduranco and stamina. Last sum
mer, ho boxed a ten round draw with
Rafferty, chaiiplon lightweight of 'the
battleship fleet, when ho would have
had his man out with 3-mlnute rounds
or with straight rules. His forto Is
Infighting, and if ho manages to get
close to lk'lll), tho clever one will
come nearer to seeing his fate than
ho has yet In Honolulu.
It Is a great match between two fine
boys, and promoted by a man who re
cently mado a phenomenal success of
tho management of a show at this
same club. The work done by Fred
Smith on that occasion has been the
subject of 1111) amount of favorablo
Hawaii and Luka la
Race Event of
The committee In charge of tho
jacht Huwall Is determined that she
uhall win some face before the year
1908 is oev with which determina
tion in iew th'ey may take up a
proposition to Ball u match race with
Captain Miller's schooner Luka. Of
course, there's doubt over the out-,
come of such a match.
The Lul.a has Just been .refitted as
a pleasure craft, and bo will not
really be out of her class with the
Hawaii, Commodoro Wilder Is cau
tious about such a match, but hopes
that If given a stiff breeze and the
smiles of I'ortune. he will be ablo to
Rail tho racing machine to the win
ning Bide" of the former trading
schooner. , " , T
LOS ANGELES, Callf.J Sept. 15;f
Freddlo Welsh knocked-KUl Curacy
out In tho fourth round.'
Freddie Welsh, tho British light
weight champion, who tecently made
a chopping block out of Joe Thomas,
one-time championship aspirant, adds
another scalp to his belt, by taking
Carsey Into camp hardly so hairy
a scalp as Thomas's, but n sculp all
tho same. Carsey Is not looked upon
as con a near-champion. He got
about what was to be expected.
Tho Onhu baseball team challenges
tho Starlights for a game, time and
place to be fixed by agreement. The
challenging members of the Oah'u
team are; Antone Mendonca, Dob
Fuller, Joe Oonies, Manuel Phillips
(captain): Joe Mendonca Jr.. John
Oonies, Manuel Alamelda, r. Macjel
10s, M. Souza, J. Kreltns, Joe Gabriel,
o n n
John J, Hayes, the American who
won tl'10 Marathon race at "the Lon
don Olympic games, recently'slgned'a
contract as a vaudeville star, after
tending In his resignation from the
A. A. U.
NO UNCERTAINTY A8 TO'WrfM'
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE. .(,
The Pacific Mutual Life Int. Co.,
With aiiatt Of over 114.000.000. and a
turplut of over $1,300,000, Is "now Istu
ing a auaranieed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earning,
added, on payment of second and tub
tequent deposit. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO,
The Mlbsourl Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
adopted lesolutlons favoring union
with the Methodist Episcopal Church
tho parent organization. '
Hairy Hero Is Now Id
Center of Athletic
The football season' Is on. Now
comes the1 long-hatred, hcroTvlth.hla
padded armor of moleskin! and his
leather-lunged cohorts of notsemak
ers. Now come the- days when the
girls wear1 gay ribbons, Inslgnlai of
their heroes, and the mere fellows
who know nothing upf the plg-skn
sport purjltfe (he 1 even tenor Of 'their
way undisturbed by any femaletbldn
dlshmcnt.'' The air Is filled with
hoarso Bhbutlng, with "Rah! Rah!
Rah!" and wlth mystic strings -of
numbers' that'bewllder tho ears of the
layman with their terrible sound, Olo
rj Is to be lost or won on the white
washed gridiron. ( 5
Some tlmejnext week the first of
the excrement vlll begin In earnest,
when thc'.vcts. and the raw recruits
will turn -put at the various training
places, nUMaklkl field and at the Oa
hu campus, to bo put through the
preliminary paces by the coaches.
They will fall on the ball not gent
ly, but as roughly as possible. They
will try ajflyjng tackle or two, and
wonder If It feels anything like the
Every telephono post Is legitimate
game for the man In training. A
tackle or buck or two will help to
enlighten the aspirant us to what
happens when an irresistible lmpulto
meets an Immovable mass. The an
swer Is: Ding!
Tho barber Bhops will be out of a
good percentage of their business for
some months to come. Self-preserva
tion and a clinging to established
Ideals demand It. ,
lloth the collegiate game and asso
ciation football are on tho calendar
this year. 'The game which Is dear
to American hearts will probably 'oc
cupy the center of tho stage until the
Inter-scholaBtlc season here Is over.
SHY AT HEARST.
Indianapolis, Ind Aug. 29. It be
carao known today that tho managers
of Hearst's Independence, party had
sought to Induco thrco labor leaderu
of Indianapolis to accept tho party's
nomination for Congress from tho Sev
enth district, Tho first man ap
proached was Edgar D. Perkins, presi
dent of the Stat,o Federation of Labor,
Tho second -was Henry Friedman of
tho Agents' Union, and tho third Ev
erett McOlnnys, secretary of tho Cen
tral Labor Union,
All declined to Identify themselves
with tho Hearst party, and tho leaders
havo turned to a.young lawyer named
Ross, who hasHho subject under con
sideration!'' e . .
Four officials of the Owcnshnrn
Savings Hank and TrustCompnny
and tho Davles' County bunk were In
dicted on .charges of embezzlement,
subornation of perjury and receiving
deposits after the bank was known to
be Insolvent by the grand jury at
, By Hour or Trip.
6. O. Beokley, Jr.
. PHONE 200. . .
DUE TO ICEBERG
So Says .One of Her
Old Skippers In
Cnpt. A. N. Dlanchard, of No. C26
Fiftieth street, Brooklyn, owner of
one-fifth of the missing American
nliln It.inmlnro whn won nlen 1ml
master from 189? to 190C, has not
given up hope, says the New York
world. Captain Dlanchard was fol
lowed by his brother, Capt. P. D.
Dlanchard, as master of the ship, and
he by Capt. Col ley, her last com
mander. ., It Is 278 days since the Dangaloic,
one of the, big fleet of American bot
toms that have met disaster and un
known fate, in accepting charters to
supply the Fleet in the Pacific with
coal, sailed out of Norfolk.
'the last time she was ever seen
was on Nov. 24, 1907, when she was
spoken in 7 degrees north and 26 de
grees west, describing a wide curvo
under the Influence of the genial
trades acioss ttjo line.
Tho Dangalore, a stately three
master, with six yards on each mast,
was built in Stockton, England, by
Richardson, Duck & Co. In 1886.
George Crashaw of I,ondon was her
, Her first master, Capt. Ray Cong
don of Rhode Island, was a relative
by marriage of her owner. Capt.
Congdon had sailed since tho Civil
War under the Drltlsh flag. Within
that period many American vessels
procured Drltlsh registry. It was due
to these facts that the Dangalore was
rigged In conformity with American
It Is a coincidence that nine years
later this ship, which had been rigged
with Yankee, wrinkles uppermost in
her first skipper's mind, should have
actually passed under ttho Stars and
Stripes. -Again Bh0, became a British
er and yet;aaln1n Yankee.
'VAt-uny rate tho missing ship was
American In jnoro senscsthan one,
hertyle, aloft and ber first "skipper
having beon AmerlcatbeforeBhe was
twice brought, under tho, flag'', ,
ping, illustrated.! was landed In St.
Helena fatally, 11, and died several
months later, In Egypt. As' her name
Indicates, she was built for the East
India trade, n which she'.wns engag
ed for nine, years.
In 1895,i while on her. way from
Java, for Boston with sugar, she Went
ashore at .6apo .Henry. Her plates
anddecks and .one mast were badly
damaged. .She was 'floated arid re
paired, In an American shipyard at a
cost sufficient under the law then ex
isting to' enable her to change her
flag. She was bought by the Maino
Navigation Company; Capt. Solon E.
Turner, of Nos. C9and 61 Pearl
street, New York, manager.
Her ownership "wasi represented In
4G0 shares, -valued at $75,000, ot
which less than two-thirds Is Insured.
The Dangalore was 1,743 tons
gross, 1,500 tons net, 2C0 feet long.
40 beam and 23 foot deep. Among
her owners Is A. D. Carver ot Baker,
Carver ft Morrell, ship chandlers, of
No., 7 6 Front street.
Capt. A. N. Dlanchard, who knows
her like a house, says that if she Is
lost an Iceberg probably caused the
catastrophe, He has a theory that
the Bangalore rnet wlh bad luck near
the Horn and finally turned and
squared away for Honolulu to ther
southward ot the Cape of Good Hope."
"Fire could not hurt her serious
ly," says Capt. Dlanchard, "as was
once provod while she was under my
command. We put her' Into Valpa
raiso on her way from Philadelphia to
Honolulu with her coal cargo afire
forward. She hardly noticed the Are.
"She's a mighty strong Bhjp. Her
donkey engine and steam pumps will
throw a stream over her matntops'l
jard. "She carried about ICO tons less
cargo than her capacity and Balled
therefore a bit light, but I don't be
lieve that has bothered her much. She
Is not a fast sailer, but made several
passages of 82 days from Calcutta to
New York, The best I ever got out
of her was 31G knots in 24 hours,
"The Dangalore once' went from
NewiYork to, Java in 83 days and
coyored the distance from Cape
Aguilhas to Anjer In 21 davn.
"If she Is lost, I feel pretty euro It
was caused by Ice, for neither Are nor
collision could hurt her much with
out her befng heard from before this.
The brothers, Hhe Capts. Dlanch
ard, hall from Searsport, Me., where,
as well as at Bath, the Bangalore Is
well kn,own. ,
In 1904 Paul Eva Stevenson ot New
York took passage on the Bangalore,
writing as the result of Mb trip "A
'After landing Capt. Congdon nt St.
Helena In 1895, the captain later go
ing to Tenerlffe for treatment, tho
Bangalore (proceeded for Delaware
Breakwater In charge of Mate Har
vey. She was not heard from again
Opening Display of
comprising the latest T New
York ideas both in Styles and
Whitney & Marsh
"Comfortable as well as styl
ish. Tici Kid blucher stitched
with our special black Japan
ese silk. Semi-narrow toe that
affords easy fittings. One of
the best in Regal shoes. They
hug the heel.
Shoes neatly repaired while
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel
I : '
until Feb.1 18, -1830,- when a, pilot
boat disco ered her aground In .the
Swash chunnel u"few miles above
Capo Henry lirtlie Chesapeake.
VHer entire crew( then deserted her,
going ashore In 'the pilot boat Relief.
The crew ot the TIM, relief. vessel'ot
the Chesapeake pIlotB, then captured
the Bangalore, u-rlch prize. They
floated her nil right, but could not
tow her, The hawser parted and she
went ashoie on the Horaeshqe.
' After Mate Harvey and the crew,
who had been removed by the Belief
to Old Point Comfoit, had breakfasted
at Chamberlain's Hotel, the EngllBh
sailors repented of their act and tried
to get a tug to return. A Merrltt
wrecking tug finally took- them back
to where itheyhad abandoned the
Bangalore,', but' they could not And
her. "Aftern'.liulo search they redis
covered h'er'on tho Horseshoe, and on
the second da,y she was successfully
The' owners hurried Capt. Cannell
to the ship, whose mnto had already
cost thcnrS70D'for a tug and $170 for
cables. As Capt. Cannell was de
uccmllnk'tho cab!n(stulr8, the ship ly
ing In Hanipton ItoadB, Mate Harvey
was Just affixing his signature to a
document .agreeing to give the Mer
rltt Wrecking Cpmpany 175,000 sal
Knocks Pen From Kate's Hand
Capt; Canrie't knocked the pen out
of Harvey's hand and exclaimed, drn-
matlcally: "You're no longer captain
'of this ship; I am In command here." .
J The claims of tho Merrltt company "
jnnd the pilot-boat Belief wore adjud
icated for a small sum, and allowance
' made to pay for some damage Inflict
ed by the tug In ranging alongside.
I Thus It was that the'Dangalorp,
nbandoned once, abandoned twice,
nnd re-captured by her own crew, wum
finally purchased by American capital
land bccaino a real Yankee ah In.,
't vShe was destined again to go bad:
, under the Drltlsh flag, far after tho
Spanish-American war started, her
new owners, fearing that she would
bo taken by the Dons, changed her
registry back to British.
When she returned hero from tho
Dutch East Indies In 1899 her ownerx
put her back ugaln under the Stars
and Stripes, and Capt. Dlanchard
broke out a new 25-foot American
Flag from her mUzen gaff.
Cnpt. P. D. Dlanchard Is only 29
jcars old. Ho has been a master
since bo was 19. The Iiangnloie left
Nowport News on Oct. 22, 1907.
Her last captain was Luke S. Col
by, of Thomaston, Me. Her nulo
was John J. .Cox, 21, of this city, and
second mate T. D. DavlB, 43, of Daltl
more, She carried a carpepter, stew
ard, cook bosun nnd fourteen seamen,
being greatly undermanned for her
(V BULLETIN AD8 PAY
A RARE CHANCE THIS WEEK!
ACCUMULATIONS .FROM OUR BIO CLEAN-UP SALE I
REMNANTS AND ODD LINES IN
, ' , EVERY pEPARTMENTI
HUNDREDS OF, ODDMENTS DESPERATELY CHEAP!
1 SPECIAL A Quantity 'of Remnants in Our Cloth
Department, Hens' and Boys' Suit Lengths in Best English
and American Suiting! to be thrown into the REMNANT
SALE, t , ,
' ' f If preferred we can make these up to measure' at SPE
COME TO THE HOUSE OF BARGAINS.
LB. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
, HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST.