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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H..WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 1968.
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Time to Get Ready
for your Fall and Winter work among our poultry. Come
in and look up the latest in the INCUBATOR and BROOD
We have had a grtat year with CYPHERS goods and
they arc better than cei for the coming' season. Let us
send you a complete CYPHERS catalogue; it will interest
you, even if jou aie not needing any supplies at present.
CYPHERS FOODS and REMEDIES are standard and
aie called for by ma 117 who will use nothing else.
CYPHERS INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY
FOODS and REMEDIES, and
GENERAL POULTRY SUPPLIES, at
E. 0, HULL & SON, LTD.
10 to 25 Discount
Yee (hm k Co.'s
King and Bethel
OVAL ANNEX CAFE
kAL. THURLOW Propiictor; lata 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.
-' FOR THE
Laundry Silk Soap Brown
Crystal White Soap
Save wear on clonics because they wash easily,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
During Dr. Pottie's absence
ftom the Territory
Dr. Roller Now Trained
And Ready For
Trained to the proper weight and
condition, l)r Holler, the big wres
tler, win) tins been working for Homo
time past nt the He.ilnni boat-house,
will leae for Seattle tho second week
In October, to try to get n match with
notch, the champion wrestler of tho
01 hi. Dr. Holler will bring after
hint to the Coast, I'cte Ilnron, the
etcinn trainer, who, ho sus, has
ilono him more good In tho samo
length of time thnn any man he ovor
hail hold of him.
Dr. Holler came here for tho ex
press purpose of resting nml putting
on weight, before going out for
dutch's Rcalp. lie has now reached
tho desired point In his conditioning,
thanks to the tutelage of Professor
Ah noon ns the match Is made on
the Coast he will tend word to tho
tinlner, and Huron will depart for
Seattle-wash, there to sco tho big fel
low put thiotigh the last MiKa of his
training for the championship match.
It Is understood that this match Is
about made, and an announcement is
If he succeeds In throwing tho
champion, Holler Intends to mnl.o a
toui of the world, accompanied by
his wife. He will take along with
him the bushy ph steal culturlst.
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Some famous Arabian horses from
the ranch nt lileanoi Oaten, tho nov
elist, will bo exhibited In San Prati-
The form displaced by Eastern ten
nis experts at Del Monto Is lather
disappointing to California plajeis.
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Ojpsy King annexed the Cljde
handicap at The Meadows.
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Tull race meeting nt tho llilghton
llench was called off.
Philadelphia Boxer To
Appear On 3rd At
Promoter Smith Is not Inclined to
think for one little mlnuto that ho
has an thing easy In matching Mc
Kadden against his protego llellly at
tho terms which hao been made. Ho
admits It, and he is as anxiously look
ing forward to that bout at tho Or
pheum on tho 3d as any member ot
the fan colony. Meanwhile both boys
are at v. oik McKadden has found a
fast new partner In one Murphy, a
late arihnl from Philadelphia. Inci
dentally, Murphy will probably ap
pear In one of tho preliminaries.
Kicd. Smith, who Is backing llell
ly, willingly admits that he has no
sinecure In his acceptance of tho
pioposltlon of McKadden to meet Hell
ly. Mac Is a hard hoy and durable to
n degree. Smith Is tuklng the chnnce
which marks the sport, and that's
about nil a sport could do under tho
circumstances of the sweeping chal
lenge Jnck sent out.
As to Mac and tho manager on tho
other Hide of tho question, things
itand between them ns they have ever
since, the last show which Smith
gave, and as the) are likely to stand
until lifter tho go of the 3d.
Smith has a number of boys in
sight for the preliminaries, all of
whom are anxious to go on. He has
a now one, though, and one that ho
feels will he a drawing card, In tho
person of Murphy, tho boy from tho
Quaker City, who asks nothing moio
than that ho be put on for tho pre
liminary, whero he can provo his
ability before the Honolulu public,
when he thinks that he would hnto a
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Race At Pearl Harbor
For Cooper Trophy
Tho next fixture In tho season of
the Hawaiian Yacht Club will bo the
race for the Cooper Cup, to be held
Sunday week at Pearl City. The race
Is for small boats, and Is ono of the
events of tho jear. Tho breaking In
of the Trans-Paclflc Yacht Haco nnit
n forced postponement have some
what upset tho progress ot the events
this season. Thero Is also a lack of
harmony among some of tho club
It Is possible that tho newly offered
Irwin Cup will not bo sailed for at nil
this season, as no decision about It
has yet been reached, and It still re
poses with the local agents of the
original owner. It still remains for
tho club to determine under what
terms It shall bo competed for, and
to appoint someone to have custody
ot tho trophy, or otherwise arrange
for Its safekeeping.
good show of appearing In main
Tho effort will bo mnde by Smith
to get him on with Nelson as a pie
llmlnary, but owing to tho fact that
Nelson hns not seen fit to go on with
llellly except with a weight stipula
tion to which Smith objected, it Is
not certain that he can be Induced
to take up this proposition. If ho
can, It will bo a very great addition
to tho card, and will strencthon the
cvonlng's program to such an extent
that It can bo called without a doubt
the best all-round show which has
jet been offered to tho local fans.
Murphy will offer to meet Nelson
at any weight or terms which the
other may wish to make.
Mac Is already In the harness, nml
Is training at home, with Murphy as
his principal partner, though he has
the other boys who work with him
still in tow. Those, who know how
keenly both tho boxers to this bout
ARE ON SALE AT
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
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Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
The Home Beer
Be as particular about your home
beer as about the food for your table.
All beer has a great many good
qualities about it; some beer contains
impurities that counteract the good
In Primo Beer, brewed in Honolulu
to suit the climate, you get the good
without the harm.
A tonic and a food aged to a per
fect flavor, sterilized and filtered a
Pure Beer. That is the best kind of a
food and tonic for you, and any doctor
will tell you so.
Order Primo Beerfor your family use.
TWO SPECIALS IN
FIRST Made of nice quality Nainsook with 6-lnch em
broidery flounce, 6 hem-stitched tucks, and wide in
sertion, at $1.85.
SECOND Of Better Nainsook, wido linon flounce with
9 rows of Val. insertion with edce to match, dust ruf
fle, with lace edge, at $2.00.
SMT THESE ARE BOTH WONDERFUL VALUES and
THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED.
Whitney & Marsh
feel the spirit of rivalry nrc sure that
neither will lcae a stone unturned
In order to win, and McKadden Is
training on tho toad and with tho
mlts In fine fnshlou.
Ileilly did a little londwoik cstcr
day and spent a busy afternoon, hom
ing with Harry (lower and lloquet,
and roughing It with his triilner, tho
phenom'. Hob Uohi.
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George Ilehrmann or the Slaplanmt
indlans finished first In the Ulpto.v
cross-country run and Otto Ilocddlc
kcr of the Olympic Club carried off
tho tlnio prize.
Tho famous nigby team which re
cently passed thiniigh heio on tho
Manuka, after touting Australasia,
may play tho California 'vaislty tc.illi.
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Cornier Coast Champion Mchlllo
Long defeated Nathan V. .Nil on, tho
n.istein Intertollcgluto champion, at
tennis on tho Del Monto remits,
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James K. (iorm.in scnied IRS, u
now American tciord, In tho aiinuil
trj out of the United Htntes Itowriver
Association at Shell Mound.
The Stanford freshmen made a gal
lant showing against volcinu ll.it
b.irlaus at Itugby, but wero hv.iten
eventually, 24 tu 0.
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Wallace Johnson of Philadelphia
defeated former Coast Champion Hen.
Jams In tennis match nt Del Monte.
A large number of strong young mules will be received
Friday by the, Lurline.
These mules arc the finest that have ever been shipped
into this Territory, and were all personally selected by Mr.
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
MERCHANT ST., BETWEEN FORT and ALAKEA.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Point Shop, 134 King St.
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ary values in
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HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST.
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