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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., THURSDAY, 8EPT. 30, '09.-
Yes. O.'E. HAIL & SON have it for tale. ,
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, ,LmE PARIS GREEN in packages from 4 lb. to
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you can raise all the beautiful roses you wish.
We also sell the HAND AND BUCKET SPRAYERS
used for this work and all sous of Tools and Implements
needed in the garden.
.J,117. a H.tl,e poion on the "r buR:" it beats
k illing them by the old method of two little wooden
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I In all styles of UNDERWEAR '
for the Navy Boys
Crepe Athletic Underwear at $1
per suit, i
Full line of "Gent's Furnishing i
Qpods, Boots and Shoes, etc.
; King and Bethel SU.
Heinz Apple Butter
'now packed in improved
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Get the new crocks from your grocer
"The Very Best in Every thine" is the secret of our sue '
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fa"oturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by . '
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd. '
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Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St. Opp. W. 0;
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the best facilities in town for doing;
Irwin & Co. ' " 'Phone1 281.
BY V. I., STEVENSON.
No More Boxing
OwltiK lo tlic rain last night tho
boxing conliBts nt the Aloha Park
con Id not be brought off, and It was
decided to postpono tho matches till
Quite a number of followers of
the game congregated on Hotel
Ktrcct, and when tho rain camo down
unci tho announcement was made
ii liu ut the boxing being off, much
disappointment wop felt. However,1
1'rcd Smith has Dome good events,
Kchcdulcd for the future, and If It Is remembered that tho Chalmers
Charlie Ilcllly and Trlnklo aro DUrolt 1010 line wag announced only
iimtihcd for tho main event a big
crowd of spectators Is sure to roll
up next Saturday night. I
Ah Sam, tho well-known Chlnesn
boxer, has been mentioned to go
lirhi rminilH with Snrconl. and the
bugler should be able to get away
with tho big end of tho purse.
Jack Coll from Camp Very la to
hook up with MacDonald of tho Ten
nessee over a ten-round course, and
the marine unscball plajcr Is con
sidered by his friends to havo a
good chance of defeating tho man
who handed Sarconl his on Tuesday
Nelson, also from Camp Very, will
have a ten-round engagement with
Unttllng Itoblnson of tho Califor
nia, and an the latter has been try
ing his best to get a match with
Dick Sullivan, thcro must bo somo
class about his sparring.
I no marine naa noi occn seen
the ring for some time now, but ho
The marine has not been seen In
Is in fairly good condition at pros
cnt, and should glvo a good account
nt himself in the squared circle
with tho dusky boxer.
Another match thnt may come off
til a i A t-ton It ! nnn t rttfft I A 4 mAF A4BM 1 f It IS
in tl tuiriuumi tunics u-tn-cu maun I r .. . 4.
i-.. . ii..,. i..i, n,. w..t.Jit la succeeding pretty well under.tho
King null ui.hwii, wm " ? "1
Ington. These men nre said to be
evenly matrhod and they should put
IIJI tl .UUI1 IM'Ul
Tho boxing fans are dead set on
.in n n i..iwn hmiiv unrt
Tf Inkle, and It Is to bo hoped that
m.M, i, m.i i.v,. rfmiih h..
Ihn matter In hnnrt nn.l If nolhl-.
will match the two clever light
weights to box cither on Saturday
or Monday next. ,
Challenges are being thrown
around In great style, and several
other men, besides those mentioned
uVove, are ready and anxlousto"box
before a Honolulu nudlence.
Aloha Park Is a good location for
open-air boxing, but, unfortunately,
tho freqUent showers of late have
Interfered with the plans ot the
promoters and prevented tho carry
ing out of the progrnms as arranged.
m m at
Great Ball At
On Saturday at tho Leaguo
grounds two fine games of ball will
be plajed, Tho Diamond Heads and
Washington learns will meet, and
tho N. O, II. nine will try conclu
sions with tltio )est (Virginia
champions of tho fleet.
.lloth games shouald be the real
thing In baBcbnll, and It will be In
teresting to boo how the sailors
atnek up against tho, landsmen.
Tho first game will start at 1:30
o'clock, and the second at 3:30; by
thnt tlmo thcro should be a big
crowd of civilians and man-of-wars-in
Sorgeunt Harry feels quite confi
dent that his Guards will win their
game and Is prepared toNput his
very best nlno on tho diamond. Tho
Guards play great ball, but they
will bo up against a really strong
team when thoy tackle the W. V.s,
and It Is hard to say which cam
a n n
Games Were Good!
There woro two games of ball out
at tho. Leaguo grounds )eslorday atj
tcrnoon, and as they wero put up by
Uio sailors thcro was much excilnmont
among tho fans.
tn tbo first gamo tho Maryland nine
defeated tho South Dakota bunch by
a scoro of S to 4. It was an Interest
ing game and Kauo and Shallow, the
Maryland battery, did good work.
Johnson and Whalchen formed tho at
tacking party for tho Dakota, and they
were Johnnle-on tbo-spot sure.
Tho second gamo was remarkablo
for tho big score put up by tho C. P.
O. nines of the Wost Virginia and
Maryland. Tho luttor team mado 10
runs and tho W. Vs. did tho "23" act.
A largo number of sailors wended
Iholr way nut to tho grounds and
Htuyrd tvflh Uio KHiilcMtlll Hnrkiu-sK
futtilln.lTFi' -'H I. p' -t
Local and Coast
"This Is certainly going to bo a
great year tor the automobile dealer
with a good line," said W. B. Odoll of
tho Associated Parago jestcrday Just
aftnr tin hail thknn Ilia ftatoliwl flnlcr
I for a Chalmers-Detroit tar during tho
"I know that wc aro going to have
the best year we ever havo had, and
from nit I can seo a great many other
dealers will havo tho saxo experience
"We havo actually sold five Chal-
mcra Detroit 1910 models and when
Jul 1st and that we did not get our
demonstrator until September 24th, I
think this. Ib a pretty fair showing
"Wo are going everytning can
to get tho factory to agreo to give us
more cars later In the jcnr.iuut I
doubt whether o are going to suc
ceed because every other Chalmori
Dctrolt dealer In the country Is appar
ently making the same requests on
tho factory which we arc nuking.
"I had a letter from tho factory yes
terday giving mo the Sales Depart
ment's record which showed that 1631
1910 "30s" and 941910 "Forties" havo
already been sold to Individual cus
tomers. Thla Is mora khan one third
of the entire Chalmers Detroit output
for 1010. - i t
"Thcro havo been a lot pf good sclK
Ing records hung-up n the 'automobile
business, but I doubblf there waa over
one really to boat this o'no.LTho en
tire output of lhj factory aas contract'
i" "' ... ..., ---
ed for by dealers, before they otor had
I Mn.ltf and thn rfumhnil frnfn thn
public since the announcement of the
line was mado has been something
phenomenal. "" 'f
"The factory, of courao, Is going, full
tilt trying to catch up on orders, and
- , - - - v ..,,.
circumstances'. , uiu n"iu ,"
del vorles aa promised and I mina
most of the othei dealers are too. Tho
"ow laciory uuiiuin, . -
of tho plant Is practically cornpietou
and wmoof.tr diriment, aro mov-
1MB in. Greater facilities, of course,
Wean faster prodUOtlOU."
NEW YORK. Sept. 14. The Mo
tor Cuns Holding company, .which
recently was incorporated to consid
er tho feasibility ot hotylng another
Vanderbllt auto cup race, has Just
decided to hold such a contest and
has filed the date for Oct. 30. W..K.
Vnh.l.rlillt Jr.. thn donor of the CUD.
and other members of the commlt
ee, canvassed tho automobile manu
facturers ot this country and) Europe
and they have received assurances
that between y(rty and thirty-fire
cars wljl be entered In the coming
contest, thus ranking It the largest
In point ot entries ot any yet held.
The course this year "will be short
ened to-a little less than fifteen miles,
but tho distance will remain, the
same. In shortening the clrcultHhe
dangerous turns have been elimin
ated, so that the course aa now plan
ned will bo Ideal. t . ' '
Official announcement of the; hold
ing of- the race will be Issued tn a
tew, days t and It Is expected that
within two weeks thereafter the for
eign and domestic car manufacturers
will announce the names of their
drivers and establish quarters along
tho courao for a long season of train
Henry Ford, President ot the Korrt
Motor Company, one of the keehest
and most far-seeing, men in, the.au-
lomooue industry, in oiscusaing next
season's product of motor' cars, said
recently: ' ttt .
"The time has passed .when aach
car niust'seo a brand new model and
last year's ideaai abandoned.. Tha
automobile Is out of the experimen
tal and Into the practical. iImpr6vec
menta and refinements of, course
must bo made, bdt (taese should be
mado as the knowledge of them aris
es and not saved" up. 'for next season.
If a car makes good one year It Js a
guarantee for next year's buyers If
every year must see a)l.ncw designs
the public Is always forced, to experi
ment and- tho rcsultU detrimental
to tho Industry. The sooner a manu
facturer's product la standardised the
better for himself and his customers.
The less experimenting the men that
want automobiles are forced to do
the more these men will gratify their
Ah soon as tho Dedford comes along
side tho dock thla afternoon It. A. Jor
dan "III board lior aud try and arrange
for a cricket match between the offi
cers find the Honolulu Club.
Thn Dedford, of course, has a bunch
of cricketers abo.ird.. and thoro Is no
Mould that a good eleven will trj" enn
cluhloiiH llh tliti local men.
Hotel Street - near Bethel
BfTorlsiarc being made to havo a
match tomorrow afternoon and, fro.
present Indications, thero Is a strong
probability ot the game coming off,
At a meeting of the II. C. C. yester
day It was decided to make endeavors
to next season haa a three-cornered
scries of games. Davics ft Co , Bishop
ft Co, and the H.C. C. would compete
on tho cricket field for the pennant.
Such a competition would arouse much
Interest arid would glvo the game a
boost In theso Cislan'ds that would do
a Ibt ot good. i
Tho arrival ot tho Bedford Just at
the end of the loca) cricket soasoij Is
very opportune as our me.i wanted a
gamo or two moro beforo coilng, up
for the j ear. v
When the Flora, aijd JJnirlan.wre
here there was s6ma ' good cricket
ptayed.'and tho games fete much en
Joyed, both by( players and ipeetatbrs.
The sailors pWup a couple ot good
games and, allhogh a,lot out ot prac
tice did verv well, tho sporting chap
lain's contribution to tils' total scor
Will not do lorgotten in a nurry iiy
thoso fortunate enough o be present
at the second -match between the com
bined ships and the H, O. C.
Final of Jentiia
This afternooeat j'the Boretanla
courts the finals' ot the' fleet tennis
tournament will be playeu. Both
the singles and idoutysa , will be
played off, and a big crowd of so
ciety people Is expectod to bo pres
The band of tho Tennessee will bo
at the courts, and there will be mu
sic right through the afternoon.
The tennis should be first class, as
the officers o( the fleet are experts at
the game. '
Tomorrow afternoon Gee apd Roth
of Honolulu will play the fleet cham
pions, Nicholson and Henderson,
and some brilliant tennis should be
seen. Oee and his partner can put
up a brilliant, gane, and they may
bo depended upon to 'play their best
for the honor of Oahu.
Marathon 'Jackson ran twenty
miles yesterday at the Athletic Park.
He Is training hard tor his tussle
with Tsukamoto, tho llllo champion,
next Sunday. The Japaneso is also
bard at work; and' la sbowlng'lex-
cellent form. He feels confident that
he will lower the colore of the double
Marathon winner on Bunday.
H M ,
Tho dally baseball cable showing
the results and standing ot the
American and "National Leagues, Is
much appreciated by 'the B u 1 1 e -1
1 n readers. '
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ADMISSION AS USUAL.
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel SU.
Open every evening except Sunday
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Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
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