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KVBNINO BULLBTIN, HONOMJL0, T. 11 , MONDAY, OCT. 12, 1008.
1 Bicycles Another shipment of the famous Columbia, and Tropic BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. We can furnish you a wheel anywhere from $25. un to $80. We have chain and chain less, with and without coaster brakes. The bieyclc is still the popular mount for all who have to get about daily and have to cover much ground and wish to do it quickly and at little expense. ALL KINDS of BICYCLE SUNDRIES and PARTS CARRIED IN STOCK, and a Well-Equipped Shop Ready to Do All Kinds of Repair Work. E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD- NEW PATTERN Flannelettes SUITABLE FOR PAJAMAS, KIMONOS, etc., 10c a yard. The BEST CHINESE EMBROIDERED Grass Linens and Silks for WAISTS and DRESSES. Elegant Patterns.. Yee Chan & Co., KING: and BETHEL. PHONE 627. Dr. Pottie Resumes His Practice TODAY, Oct. 12th JUST ARRIVED Large New Shipment of Heinz Dill Pickles IN GLASS JARS. Every Grocer Has Them Now. Insist on getting them R 0YAL ANNEX CAFE AL.'THURLOW Proprietor; late Chief Steward of the S.S. Alameda. Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters, and Frogs Legs Cooked to a Tiirn and Servcd.to the Queen's Taste. A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant. Honolulu Construction and Draying Co., LIMITED. U GENERAL CONTRACTORS. 1 PHONE, OFFICE 281. p. 0. BOX 154. Fort St , Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd. We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING; A SPECIALTY. Baseball Boxing Boating SPORT Raoing Wrestling Rowing THREE STRONGEST- MEN OF HONOLULU DEPART Tho three strongest men who hao been In Honolulu for n long time left the city josterday afternoon on tho Siberia when alio went out to the Coast. They were Dr. Holler, the big wrestler; I'ctcr Dnron, tho voter an trainer nnd strong man; and Dr. Chandler, tho veterinary, who Is one of the best developed of the amateur athletes of this place. An Immense crowd of friends col lected on tho wharf to see Dr. Hol ler and llaron, with their wives, sail away. Three rousing cheers for the old trainer from a group of Diamond Head boys brought the tears to his cjos ns he leaned over the rail wav ing sood-bjo, and Dr. Roller smiled a good broad grin as this was follow ed by three cheers for himself. Tho other doctor had n good crowd of friends to see him off. Ho Is a gym nast of exceptional ability, and has shown since he came hero ns an ex pert on the surf-board. Dr. Holler will stay In San Fran cisco for a week or ten days, meeting his managar, Carroll, there, and mak ing arrangements to train at Seattle with Pltzsimmons for tho sparring partner of the camp, which will ho completed by llaron as trainer, and Carroll, Roller, apart from his Impending match with Gotch, has definitely an nounced his Intention of going out after Jack Johnson, tho big negro, and one of the most terrible flguics In the prize ring today. RIOT ffll II OKE Mil MM PARK A tie gam which the crowd pie vented the placrs from finishing and a victory for the Palumas over the Alohns by a score of C to 3 were the order of tho day jestcrday at Aal.i Park. . The C. A. C.'s In the second game seemed to hae tho best of It, when the Aalns tied the score In the ninth by making three hits, nnd a riot en sued. C, A. C. supporters crowded about the first-base line, and the gamo stopped, though A. K. Vlerra tried to settle tho trouble and was ncarlj mobbed. He ordered Mari posa, tho umpire, to call the game, nnd the crowd threatened dire things If this were done. l'lnnlly, however, tho contest was called a draw. Tho first game put the Alohns out of tho race for the rag. Tho Pn- lamas scored first In the second, but tho Alohas pa'ssod them, things be ing evened In the third. At no stage after that was tho outcome In doubt. nun iuMmm ' LONG ISLAND, N. Y.', Oct. 10. An automobile record was made to- da of 254 miles in 219 minutes. Fill M 110 FEET: ME jILV IMOe IIKRUN, Germany, Oct. 11. The American balloon entered for the raco here today burst when 4,000 feet In the air and fell. Two of tho occupants of tho car were slightly Injured. H It H XMS 11 BIT The first of the nowly scheduled games between teams of Knmchamcha School scolars were placd on the campus last Saturday afternoon be tween tho Ulues and tho Reds, the Illues winning from their opponents in a wcll-plujcd 7-lnntng game by a scoro of 3 to 2. The next came of tho scries will bo plnjcd next Thurs day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Because of tho lateness In the hour of com mencing play it has been decided to play all the games to cotne"as of sev en Innings. V ' The Weekly Editl.n of the Evenlni ulletln glV. a complete eummary of the news ef the day. lalletin Buiies OtBce Phone 25a Bulletin KdltorleJ Room Phone 185 .7;-, SJODDARD, DAYTON . 1 ' 7-Seated ly Hour or Trip, 6. G. Beokley, Jr. '" PHONE 200. Reilly In Fine Fettle And Leahy Hard As Nails Chnrllo Rcllly says that he Is In the very bcBt of condition now, and that It will not bo necessary for him to go through any oxhaustlng rou tines of training this week In order to make weight, as he is already below tho notch, and Is In as fine fettle as an nthletc could wish. Young Nelson and Joe Leahy took a rest yesterday, just like tho men of tho Rcllly camp, but at 3 o'clock this afternoon they will be hard at It again. Weber ls getting tho benefit of some very fast work with Reilly, and tho boy Is making somo friends by his plucky and manly ways, in a way which augurs well for his popularity when ho gets Inside the ropei again. He was not In good condition when ho boxed Reilly, as he had been only twq. weeks off a transport, and could not be expected to have his muscles In the condition where they would do hlm'the bcs service. He Is show tnc cr'eat imnrovement now. and. Is down to the weight which Is sullcd for his build. On the horizon looms Fred. Smith's plan to take Reilly to Australia as soon as he has disposed of all posslblo rivals In these Islands, as Fred Is con fldcnt he will bo able to do. MIRIRKJIJIE in The marine balloon at Atkinson Park C3tcrday afternoon made an ascension In the fifth Inning of a ball gatno with tho Ala Moanas, and the resultant scoro was all of 14 to 3. And then the game went only seven innings. The Kcwalos beat the Ilanlwais in a .nine-Inning game by a score of 9 to 6. Eleven runs were- scored In that fifth Inning of the marine game, and not a run of them was earned. The men' from Camp Very went all to pieces, and theblts were not collect ed again until 'after the Innlng'had closed. Take your carriage r eitomoblle to Hawallaa Carriage Maatr. Co, for up to-date repairs. irir a unnnp Jou look at k OUrr this way; many tonic and medicine has over 10 per cent, alcohol in it plainly marked on the label. Yet people take it, no matter how strong their Prbhibitionistic tendencies, because it is a tonic. Primo Beer Z class and an aid to digestion. It con tains less than three per cent, alcohol. And it is a- delicious table bever age. A glass with your meals will make them taste better and help your diges tion. f : Why not try it? , ; Drink Primo Beer Whitney & Marsh PIRST SHOWING OP New Fall Waists mostly strictly tailored with long sleeves, stiff cuffs, and collar, Some plain and some with neat embroidered de signs. Also some Lingerie Effects 1 FOR M ORE DRESSY 0C0ASI0NS. hl) New Embroideries w KILOHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals Tuesday, Oct. 13, "The litUe Minister"; Thursday. Oct. 15, "The Oonfeteions of a literary Pilgrim"; Monday, Oct. 19, "Dr. Luke of the Labrador"; Wednesday, Oot. 81, "Xing Henry VHI". Season tickets for the course may be obtained at Bergstrom Music Company, Wall, Nichols o Jt. w. crams' studio, ana tne iuionana Art League. Pullets and Salmon The Alameda brought them to us and they are fine, fat, tender, and juicy. Put these on any Honolulu tablo tomorrow and you could entertain a king. Order Today. METROPOLITAN MEAT CO. Limited Telephone 45 t i. i t t On Monday, October 5, we will show, ex Alameda, $7.50 Ladies' Silk Petticoats FULL CUT, in Black, Tan, Grey, Pink White, and Blue. These are superior goods, with a deep dust ruffle, and of a good de pendable silk. HeatherBloomPetticoats All Colors, wide cut, deep 'flounce . at $1.75 New White Wash Walking Skirts All sizes, from 23 waist measure to extra, large sizes up to 34 . waist. Stylishly cut, up-to-date, at $2, $2.75, $3, $3;50 IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE. L. B. Kerr fe Co., Ltd., HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST. '