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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.- H., FKIDAY, SEPT. 3, 1909.
LOCAL AND COAST
Arrived by "Hilonian
A Large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt
in these modern times
transact all their financial
deals through some trust
company. Not because
they're mon of wealth, but
because they're men of
good business judgment.
Small investors can avail
themselves of a trust com
pany's services with equal
advantage to themselves.
No charge for consultation.
Bishop Trust Co.,
Furniture Co., Ltd.
With the most delicate mo tennis to
be cleaned and dyed. We guarantee
TRENCH LAUNDRY. Phone 1491,
I love my wife and
her home cooking, but,
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and .FAMILY
Complete Stock of
Single and Double Bedspreads,
Cotton and Woolen Blankets,
Sheets and Pillow Cases,
Comforters and Pillows
New patterns of FLANNELETTES, suitable for KI
MONOS or WItAPPEHS.
ALL KINDS of BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS from $1.25 up.
All sizts. Boys' Knee Pants from 25c per pair up.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Xing and Bethel Sts.
and make the laundress glad
Sold by Grocers
Steam Roller and
With our new combination engine
rolling', plowing and heavy hauling.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St.
Opp. W. 0.
and See Thcin
we are prepared to undertake
See us for rates.
Irwin & Co.
7.50. Per Month
Mixed Double Play
Miss Mall yesterday proved that
she la the best lady tennis player In
these Inland, And, not only1 that, but
that alio can about defeat the aor
ago man playor of,the city.
Mrs. Hind put up a game fight,
ond managed to Jtet- two games In
tho first set and three In tho second.
It was n good game 'right through:
both the players showed excellent
form nnd their ground strokes were
The spectators were worked up to
n great state of-excitement, nnd ev
ery stroko wns applauded to the
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limit. Mis Hall Is. like Occ, a
comcr to the Islands., and we now
navo iwo cnampions wno nae only
ecctitl) arrived from other parts.
However, It Is a good thing for
tlm game as a whole, as the now
blood stirs Ihlngn up a lot and the
class of ball will surely Improve nil
in uic Bciiucnicn uouuiej tunna
and Gee defeated llfcwster and
HoogH, and Roth and Williamson
bent Dcerr nnd Watcrhousc. The lat
ter match went for three sets, nnd
the winners took 21 games to their
opponents' 19. That was rlrlso go
ing, nnd nil threo, sets were well
fought out. The score was 8-10, 7-5,
6 I In lloth and Williamson's faor.
The first ret was a boauty, and the
gurries wcro M onoitagn Hve all, six
nil, seven all, nnd eight nil. before
Ihn two Biiinei necessary to win th",roal live bunch of rooters who will
set could be tuken bj- Watcrhoutc. stir the players up to furthcrfef
nml Dcerr. rorts; u (ougn on tbo tcamg lo
However, tho second set. which have to. play without even a whisper
.iImi turned out to be ,n vantage one. from n fan lo encburago them.
went to the ox-champhm and his The flint game will be stnrtcij at
pirtner, 7-5. It was a splendidly 1:30, and the second at about. 3
fought out set, nnd only sheer deter- o'clock. Special cars will run to
mlnntlon enabled the winners to pull the grounds, and, given a fine jay,
,nrouKh- I It Is hopod that the public will , at
The third set went lo lloth nnd last decide o patronize the games
Williamson, 8-4, nnd 'that ended one In tho old-tlmo style, I
of tho hardest played matehes.that , . 8 8 8 '
has been seen on any toiirt In Ha- rf -0 -- - -i
wan. bnooting Season
This afternoon the finals of the -. -, j -..
mixed doubles will be played at 5:15 Vjpttif &CptCIXlbcf hO
and Stecre and Miss Unit 'will go up I
against Cunhn and Mrs. Hind for On Wednesday, Sept. 1B( "the
the championship of the Islands. It ahootlng soason' for the Island will
should be n fine contest, as all four open, and then everything that" 'files
players aro top-nltchcrs andcapablo w be hunted by the gunners. Game
of putting up n splendid exhibition birds are scarce on Oahu at prts'cnt,
or tcnn"- , but still the hunters are hating
At 4 o'clock Itoth and Williamson enough shoollng to mako It hnrd to
will play McKcever and Greenfield, Ket n bunch together for trap sboot-
and the match should be, a' good "pne, ng, j .
ns the Ewa pair are In good form The Leggett trap at Knkaako .Is a
and mean to go close t otaklng tho great" acquisition to, the, club, ,and
championship. an 'the men who h'ave shoLat It are
On Saturday at 4:15 o'clock tho delighted with the machine Over
flnnl of tho double championship 1,000 birds per hour can be thrown
will bo played between CunhaGce by the trap, aud' the "blue rocks'"
and tho winner of today's match. nro all.flred out a unknown angles.
Which ever way It goes, there Is go- As soon as possible the 60-blrd
Ing to bo a great fight for the chain- shoot will be brought off at Kakaa-
plonshlp, and although Oee and Cun- ko, and a handsome gold watch will
ha arc so strong ,thoy will have to R0 t0 thu Wner. Some of the best
play their bci.t to win out. shots In the Territory Intend com-
8 8 8 nctlnr for the tronhv. nntl antrm One
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J -"Oil OnailCr
There was a game of ball at the
Athletic Park yesterday afternoon
between the Marines and Kort Bhaf-
tcrs. The former team won a snap-
py game by a score of 8 to 3. The
Shatters played a stronger team than
umiul, and certainly havo Improved
Lieut. Kllgoro played at first for
uiu Murines nnu uin excellent work;
tho popular lieutenant knows the
game from A to Z and gave a fine
exhibition of the way to put out mon
Old reliable Gibson had a rest yes-
erday, as far aa pluhlng went and
Po ton dfd the twirling for the half-
wets. The Marines scored two In
the second and the Shatters replied
with one in tho third. In tho.sec-
ond half of the third the Marines,
made two and then scored one
both tho fourth and fifth
In tho sixth the Shaftora made
two runs nnd, that wns nl the scro-
ing done during the game.
The line-up of both team, was as
Hows Marines Blorn. :
iuhows; Marines aiorp. ss:
Hays, 2b; Giiw, 3b; Davis, cf; Poy
ton, p; Kllgore, lb; Gibson, If;
Thompson, rf; Williams, c. Wrt
Shnfter Green, ssj McCatl, 2b;
llojoiin, p; Strauss, c( Hestan, 3hr
Gront. If; Splcor, rf; Llles, cfjYaJ
President Taft will not name a
successor to tho lute Judge -g. II!
Iletheu on the District' bench in Chi-
cngo before Congress meots In De
cember, The Prcsldtnt announces
that ho will mako recess appoint
ments only when Imperatively
"For Bait" cards at lullttln.
Two Ball Gamed
! At League Grounds
I Tomorrow afternoon at the League
(hound there will be two fine games
of ball, and It Is to be hoped that
tho fans will roll up In good num
bers to see the matches.
Every Saturday there Is something
well worth seeing at the League
grounds, and a visit out there Is al
ways repaid by some brilliant piay,
such as a home run by Hampton or
a good play by isoriio of tho bunch.
Tho KAllhfs will play the N. 0. !!.,
and the Kama will havo a go at the
Diamond Heads. The first game
o.iuuiu ue a ituuiiijr one irora me
new-'atari, ns both the Guards nnd Knll-
should be a snappy ono from .the
his aro going to do their best' to
down the other. Sergeant Harry
feels confident, as usual, that his
lieauts can put It all over the minor
league, players, and the result Is that
I'aul Uurns la doing some hard
thinking about tho coming game,
t Tho other ganio between the Kama
and Jewels will also be a good one,
an the former nlnn hou Imnmr.d .
lot lately and will give an exhibi
tion Of ball that will astonish the
The public do not seem to realise
that some fine ball Is now being
played at the League grounds, and
that the games should bo supported
as they used to Tie In the past. The
hand Is always In attendance, nnd
the games are started on time; only
one thins Is needed, nnd that n
shooting should be seen.
J. W. Harvey Is In excellent form
' Present, and this consistent shot
will be sure to give a good account
of himself-at the traps. The, new
LeKgett Is a wonderful Improvement
over the old -time style of trap, and
t, goon n8 the men get used to It
Mme now rccordll BhouId uo pu up
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On Sunday 'at the Athletic Park
the C. A. C.s and Marines will meet
onco llorCi Jnd (n'd (ght ?
ahnuM -itrnti'i.ri-. Tl. It ..HI ..,
,, ,her g00( , reab,e ,fA.
dy,.. and he la much tnlssed by the
,cam. His catching was always
good ln tno imt Bnd , . hJlrd7jou
,0 flnd . man B good for the ,,.
However, Williams Is doing o! K.
"'at tho receiving ond, and the whole
I team Is playing In good form. '
The half-wets are up against a
, hard plopodltlon In the C, A.'O. nine,
,he Kaie vlll end; tho result should
i. .. .j ;.'
uc cr i tuve ana oxcuinK,
The second game will be between
the J. A. Ci and the Kallhls, and as
Esplnda and Klores will both be on
theformer team, the Kallhls will
have to be at their best to win,
Tho usual big crowd will, no
doubt, attend at the pary, and the
games are sure to please evcrybpdy.
r -ULL-TIN AU8 PAY (
Formerly cutter for H. F, loth, ii
now in charge of L. B. KXB1 4b
CO.'S TAtXORINO DBPABTHlirT.
Two E. M. 1' "30" cars were re
ceived at the Schuman garage ex Si
beria! the machines arc beautiful
models and are rapidly becoming
Very popular in this ell).
Tho Associated Garage expects
threo Chalmers Detroit ors next
week, and n Hudson Twenty tar for
demonstrating purposes Is also to nr-
rle, The twenty-five Hudsons
which time been ordered will not
arrive for some time to come. Those
machines will sell for $1,200 here
In Honolulu; there Is a great de
mand for them at present all ocr
the United States, and tho orders
cannot be filled on time.
. Three Cadillacs arc expected at
the on Hanuri-Young garage next
week, and they are eagerly being
awaited by prospective buyers.
Krank Daldwln brought his Loco
mobile down from Maul and Is keep
ing It at the von Hamm-Young gar
age. Walter Dillingham's magnifi
cent Pope-Hartford Is also at the
garage. It Is a four i-eater and
looks a perfect beauty of n machine.
Louis Strang was the hero or tho
second day's automobile speed car
nival on the motor speedway at In
dianapolis, the daring Uulck drhcr
wjnnlng the big 100-mlle G nnd J.
cup raco and the flvc-mllo stripped
Strang also set a new mark or
46:04 6-10 or fifty miles on n cir
cular track In America, but failed
by less than 30 seconds to lower
the 100-mile mark made by Chevro
let In the big event of the dny be
fore. Strang's time for the century wns
1:32 1-5. Zcngle with his Chad-wick-sis
shared honors with Strang
by averaging 72 1-2 miles ror ten
miles In (he open event, nnd estab
lished n new' American record ot
. According to the order ot the A.
A. Ai officials, tho track was well
6lled during the night, and the dun
grqu. spots repaired with tho re
ward pfau.'absence of accidents, for,
ine cnuro program of eight events.
All the -star short distance driv
ers started out for tho $300 hung
up for -the -winner. Zengle, with
the Chadwick, won; Aitkin, In tho
Nat!onalt finishing second, and the
'Fourteen stin ted in tho fhe-mlle
frce-fnr-all handicap. Two Nation
als fought It out at the finish, run
ning neck and neck In the stretch.
Aitkin was Judged winner over Kn-
Great Doings At
' Country Club
Tomorrow night at the Country
Club the long-talkcd-of Chowder
and fmoke concert will tako place,
and the members are all looking for
ward to the time ot their lives.
An excellent program has been
a 'ranged, and some of the best sing
'is and musical performers In the
Itl.iiids will be present to help lu the
good work. Henry Clarke, J. V.
Ftnwlck. J. D. Dougherty, Jim Wil
der 'and half a doien other well
known tucn will add to the pleasure
ot the evening.
The Country Club reunions are al
ways the best ever, and It goes
without saying that the one tomor
row will be as good as any ever held
In the past. The club Is flourish
ing lb fine style, and golf la becom
ing njore popular than ever. The
llnks(ara In good shape, and the re
centisbowrrs havo freshened up the
greeVi a lot.
Oiji Monday, September 6, the
medaj play will begin, and some In
teresting matches aro expected. La
bor dSy lining a holiday, quite a
number of goiters are figuring on
puttitjg in the day at tho club, nnd
a jot ot ladles will t,lso Lo pres
ent, (he sceno should he" n very
bright one on Monday at tho pretty
TOE NAIL CLIPS
INCLUDED IH 0DB VARIED .ASSORTMENT OF
MANICURE 0O0DS YOU WILL FIND THE HANDY TOE
NAIL CLIPS THAT ENABLE ONE TO CUT TOE NAILS
WITH PBE0I8I0N. IN THE LOT WILL BE FOUND,
ALSO, ALL THE ARTICLES AND PREPARATIONS NEC
ESSARY TO KEEP THE HANDS IN PERFECT CONDI
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREET, PHONE 397.
j.ild, although h.ubj tliuusht 'l.e
latter won. Miller, In the 8toddnrd
Dayton, wns third. The winner's
time was 4:25.
i Only four ears started In the fifty-
mile stripped rlnxsls event, two
Htoildnrds nnd two lluliks, nnd only
tho Hloddnrds Mulshed.
In the tcn-mllo event for Class t
cars, Aitkin, with the slx-cyllnder
National, won premier honors In
9:26 6-10; Lyttlc was second with
the Anderson, and the I.oiler, drhen
by Mill ford, was third.
Oldflcld equaled his record for a
mile ngnlnst time, made previously,
( by negotiating 'the distance alter
n Hying start In his llcnz In :I3 1-u.
Merz, with n National, won the
ten-mile stripped classls race, with
Chevrolet In the Ilulck second and
I)c Hymcl In the Stoddard third.
' The opening race ot the day, n
the-mllc nrfnlr ror stripped classls,
went lo Strang in the llufck, with
his team mate, Chevrolet, second
Tinkler, In a Marlon, was third.
The need of better roads Is tho
lesson of tho Glldden tour of this
year, and the tire expenses ln tho
tontest arc nn argument to the auto
mobile owner to pay his share for
them cheerfully nnd save money on
tire bills This Is the statement
made by C. IJ. Mnttcuscn of tho Dia
mond Rubber Company, whose an
nual analysis of the tiro cost ot tlm
dip was publish) d ricently. Various
Items show the result of truvcllng
ever the rocky trails and gully-rlbbed
roads which for great distances the
tourists encountered. The avcrago
tire cost per ear, Inking Into nc
coii nt nil machines In the trip, wns
$32. .10. The record of the thirteen
tars which used Diamond tires. It is
announicd, was $26.84, The ave
rage of n thousand service rcorts
on the Diamond product In regular
work Is considerably less than this,
because the general nvcrngc of roads
Is better than the Glldden routo af
forded. In addition to the thirteen sets of '
Diamond tires In uo there wcro
twenty-severi other sets ot tires, six
, ill ITe.cn .i makes being represented:
'lit III IIIU .irKK5 1,1 I1IU UIUII1UIIU
tire obsarvors all tires or every mako
used are Included. As tires did not
figure In the official scores, how
ever, there being no penalty of nny
kind for tire changes or repairs, the
wholo Diamond report Is placed on
a dollars and cents basis.
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Secretaries or other kutbor
' lied representatives of clubs
' are asked to send In a list of
vents, scheduled by them, thit
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to tho Sporting Edi
tor, Evening D u 1 1 1 1 n .
1 Sept. 4: Kams vs. Diamond
Sept. 6: Punahous vs.
Sept. 5: Marines vs. C A. C.
8cpt. 4: Prnctlco Match.
Sept. 3: Championship
Sept. 6: Medal.
Sept. 11: Inter-Island
Sept. 18: Hcalanls vs.
Litigation, after n Inpso of twenty
five years, has been resumed In New
York ovor tho Humcrslcy estate,
amounting to nbout $3,000,000. Arthur
llamcrsley, aged 14, asks for an ac
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