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EVENING BULLtTIN,"MONOLULU,"T, H FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1911.
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Lovejoy fe Co.
Importers and Dealers
Fine Wines and Liquors
902-804 NUUANU STREtT
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Cream Rye Whisky
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whisky
R. E. Wathen & Co.'s Whisky,
The "Old Hospitality"
"Maui" Wine -A Home Product
The Bartlett Natural Mineral Water
Bottled at tit Celebrated Bartlett Springs, Lak County, California.
As a MEDICINAL and TABLE WATER, It hat NO EQUAL.
OPCCIAL ATTENTION PAID TO FAMILY TRADE
DELIVERIES MADE TO ALL PART8 OF THE CITY
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J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(UIUJLNKMi AUTO If ATM HlMHJihLEU)
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OVATL'IIMAVh CLOCK) '
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER' '
' AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
1'OKT STREET, AEAK MfltCHAM.
"BIR OFFER" FOR ATHLETIC PARK
WAS ONLY $25 FOR EACH SUNDAY
Malinger Tliotmiii Troadway throw.
Koine light jcstordiiy nn Iho person
nel of the u Merlons hul, which, ac-l
curiiiiiK io mo morning paper win
tnko over (he tnnnngrniont of tho
Athletic Park. It Is hooded hy Iho
linn. Charles F. Chllllngworlh an 1
A. Q. Marcalllno, hc luttcr doing tho
Speaking of Iho mailer Trcadwny,
nM:' "There wan nn offer mado hut
that It) whero It ntl Htnrtcd and end-j
td. A. Q Mnicalllno camo to mo from,
Charley Chilllngvvnrth nnd offered mo
ng malinger of the park $25 n Sunday
for Iho tiro of l Chll'lngwnrth him
self hud not ho courage to coino nnd
mako mo Iho offer lo m face."
"Tho pin u una that tho pirk should
ho run tinder Iho m.inngemtnl of Chll
llngworlh and ho calculated that If
matters were carried on this way (he
Japanese would lift tho present hoy-
cott. t refused straight away and told
them that If they felt Inclined to coino
through with flOO I might think about
"You can see for jotireclf how tho
figures would work out. At Iho pre
sent llmo wo nro paying. $130 n month
grottndrent and nil they offered mo
vvns J Too, so that I should ho losing
$30 nn the doal. During tho flrnt sc
ries tho sharo that came to tho pirk
nvcrnged $135 every Sunday. Slnco
Iho hoy cott it has alien to Jill. And
this Is what they offered mo 2' for."
"No, If they nro willing to enmo
Ihtough with a decont sum I might
think of, it but tinder thwc clrcum
stnnces It is only footish for them
to think that I would."
MANAGEMENT NOT KONA CREW
CAUSEOFBOYCOn NOT COMING
ro hi: coMroitTAHLU this vi2Athi:r is to install an
turn on Tin: currunt and you will not miss
THU TRADU WINDS.
THIS COST IS INSIGNIFICANT AND A TAN WILL LAST
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
The Ideal Mineral Water
Cases Of 100 bottles, $10.00
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Nothing Just As Good
AUSTRALIAN llUTTHIl lb IN A CLAfaS UY ITSULH IT
has filvvou And coloii or a standard not ihjach-
LD DY BUTTKIl IHOM ANY OTHL'R PART OV 'III 13 WORLD.
TIIY bOMU AND (ini)i:il bOUTIIDOWN MUllON AT THIS
8AM13 TIM It SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT T1II3
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUI8, Proprietor
Park People Will Not Consider
Proposition No Chance of
League to Run Park
It has bcon claimed by a few that
If tho present park management would
sell out or rent the Athletic I'nrk to
tho Oahu League, tho Japanese, fans
would turn out in thousands to see tho
games, but would not life tho boy
cott If the present management takes
chnrgo of things.
The present park management has
dono more for tho benefit of tho Oahu
League than any other management
that has had charge of the Park.
Thomas Treadyway !h at tho lwnd of
it,nml ho Is a puro and simply clean
spof trj -There Is no crookedness in
hi in (He Is doing all ho can for the
boys and hibst of them know it too.
The1 Iden of (ho ,Oiihu Lcaguo run
ning the. park on a $25 per Sunday
rnto Ik not to bo considered hy the
present park management. It tho
Oahu League camo through with a
nolso like 175 or $100 they would con;
Rider the matter, but us It is now
there la nothing doing.
Tho Pftrk management is not to be
blamed for tho boycott at all. They
have done their sharo on the square.
Improved tho park to its condition to
day. Tho boys have hath rooms and
tho ground Is In excellent condition,
which would never hnvo been done
under another management.
An attempt has been mado to with
draw the Japancso team from tho
Oahu lcaguo but has met with no success
Tho "Opposition Lcaguo," which
pitlls off its games at Aula l'ark on
ISundnya now, Is drawing the Japan
ese tans away from Athletic Park.
Not -because they play yory good ball
pin iih most oi inn tana nre urea or
seeing tba Oahu Lcaguo aeries and nre
Cut lo boo soma other tennis play.
If (he Oahu League culH lis present
series 'In two and finish it tin soon.
then let tho now proposed league start
ita scrlcH, It would stir a new life In
the ball fans. The whole thing is now
that tho funs nro getting tired of see
ing (he Oahu League games.
WILL HOLD CONTEST
In Iho presenco of tho Japancno
Consiil-Reneral, 8. Ujono, export
Japanese archers will hold their an
iiiijI contest next Sunday afternoon
at tho grounds of the Japanese. Dudd
hist High school nn fort Btrcct abovo
School street. Tho occasion, which
Is looked forward to with a great den)
of Interest by Iho local Jnpancso, will
attract a large number of lha plan
tatlnn laborers In town.
Among thoso who nro considered
oxpeit archers aro Dr. T. Uomura,
K. Wnda, cashier of tho Yokohama
Spcrlu Hunk, 0, Nakamura of the
nishop Hank nnd a few others TJio
contest win begin at 1 o clock.
FANDOm" AT RANDOM
There was an important meeting
held by tho Myrtle Boat club last
night, at which tlmo many Important
mattera were brought up concerning
Regatta Day, The meeting turned out
to be n hot one as matters concerning
tho clubs were brought up
Two Noted Canoe Crews Out
of Regatta Day
Much to tho disappointment of tho
followers of the Ilcgnttn day sports
tho nows comes that tho famous
Prince Cupid Kona crow is not com
ing to Honolulu to compcto with the
other canoo entries in tho six- and
four-paddlo canoo races on Regatta
This crow has mado a good show
ing every tlmo they camo down hero
and hnvo won many events.
Another crew which) will not bo
seen In tho races as In Iho past will
he tho famous Kunehsuicha Aquatic
crow. .The- boys rllillu"lmt the'volher
crews do 'not want to compete with
them on account of not being mem
bers o'fl tho A. A. U.
' In tho past the slx-paddlo canoo
raco has bocn n very Interesting event
among tho llnwnllans especially and
they wjll feel badly when they hear
that two of their natlvo crewH will not
compete unless plans are made 'dif
Now 'Iho only craws that may be
seen In tho races on Itegnttn Day aro
tho Hul Nnlu and Outrigger crows,.
Theso two should make tho event an
Prince Cupid staled that there was
no strong rival hero for Ills crow so
ho did not think It worth whllo bring
ing them down.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Tho Hawaii Yacht Club meeting will
be held this evening at 7:45 Mattera
nf ImitnrtnnpA ulll tin lirnucht tin. Thn
'meellnir should havo been held lust
night hut was postponed nu account
of Iho Myrtle Club mooting.
The executive coiiiiiiIIIpo of tho ttrunf-
ta bay sports Is hoping lo make this
day a success and are working nn plans
to make the sports interesting. The
committee Is composed of the, follow
ing well known gentlemen: Robert
II. Thompson, chairman: Ray B. Rle-
tow and Oeorgo Turner. i
What healthy Nerves
Mean to You.
A' strong vieorotis nervous system
means health, strength and ability
to endure hardship and also to en
joy the full pleasures of life.
The man with heallhjr nerve accompltihet
greater tatks with lew fatigue. He bat a clear
rye. an active brain and a round body, lie ii
enabled lo think letter and work fatter. lis
haa enerffy. With healthy nervca he can over
come the vardctt competition be aucccuful and
The woman with healthy nerei It never
listtctt, weak or hot let, he it not Irritable,
the never iitffera from hyttrria. he hat a
recncd surplus of endurance. Healthy nervet
will prevent the aleplfwi mother, although
worn with care and nurtlng, from a break
down ' caused by her double or treble duty.
'All men and women who ttiffir from theie
formtof ncrvoiisnrttB--l.ion Neurasthenia
who have! "gone to plices," who lack energy,
who have insomnia, who hae auccumbed to)
nervous prostration or nervous evhauitlon.
cither mental or physical. hoe condition Is
one of Irritable weakness, will find ready relic
and curVln the peculiar oriental properties ox
Thru wondrrful little tahteta contain no
mercury or other Injurious dru. They let
like mafic. The hritM rye, the tlaitlc tlep.
the clear and active brain, the courage anq
trenKth and comfort they irotwirt are nolcd
almoat from tbe nrtt day ther are taken.
One box of Persian Nerve Essence
will do a great deal of good, the full
coikjc treatment of sK boxes arc guar
anteed to make a permanent cure or the
money will be refunded
The proprietor, The llrown Fxnort Co,
9 J 97 Liberty hi. New Yorlc.N. Yv U. S. A,
earnestly ailcs ttty aufferer to five Tertian,
Nerve Ewence a gooi fair tnal at thrtr nif.
Don't delay, commence loilay, lh preparation
can be obtained from
Sold at All. Druggists.
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE IN BAN FRANCISCO OR
AT HOME, DO YOUR 8HOPPINQ AT "MAQNIN'S"
Cavalry and Oahu Size Up
Even; Honors Will Go to
The polo field nt Moan.ilua was bad
ly cut up last Saturday as tho two
tcaniR tnro around rushing and smash
ing at one another, and there wns wor
rlmont amongst tomorrow's contest
ants its to whether the field could be
put into a condition equal to Ktistaln
the harsh trentment It will receive
when ho great last game of tho tour
nament is fought.
Tho field was bo full of holes, ac
curate ball driving was almost im
possible, nnd Iho horses wcro in
danger of taking some nasty falls, but
that lias oil been dono away with and
Oahu and the Cavalry will clash up
on grounds' perfect In condition.
A gang of men has been busy all
week filling in holes, leveling off
bumps and packing the ground down
llrm, with a heavy road roller In such
a manner the sharpest hoofed ponies
will have a hard tlmo to mako even
Tho Cavalry boys have remained en
camped In Moanaltta and put In good
effective practice during the week,
strengthening their weak points, so
that they can put a team onto tho
field tomorrow equal to any cmer
gency and glvo Oahu tho gamo of their
lives. Tho Fifth horsemen aro going
Into tho thick of battlo to como out
again victorious. Tho fight tomorrow
promises to be tho closest, fastest and
most spectacular of any this season.
Neither will glvo ground and back up
from tho terrible onslnught that will
rage In all Its fury from tho tlmo tho
gong rings to sinrt to tho tlmo It will
toll the death march for tho van
qulahcd at the end.
Oahu havo done very littlo practice
tills week, tho team feels fine and
wuntH to remain ho, and did not want
to take' a chance of stong stale, duo to
too mucn practice and hard worn.
The physical condition of tho home
boys has been perfect and allowed
them to emerge from the hard, gruel
ling preal without even being wjnded.
At tho end of every gamo that could
havo played on for hours mo'ro nnd
not havo felt tired. Tho "ponies also
aro In tho pink of condition and will
treat tho fans, motoring to Moanalua
tomorrow, lo soma of tho fastest run
ning ever gazed upon. Tho Cavalry
mounts'stnek up lino and will bo equal
to keep nose to noso with any of
Kvcryone real Ires how closo tho con
test will be nnd the air is full of, noth
ing but polo talk, varying greatly in
nature. Kauai claims Oahu will hnvo
to pur tip a harder gamo than thoy did
against them If they have hopes to
bring the bacon home. One man will
Bay tho Cavalry will blow Oahu
clean off the earth, and another will
say, What Oahu will do to the Cav
alry will be too horrible for type. Be
fore long around these twp coantlass
men, have gathered and the argument
waxes warm, each praising the points
J of their ideals
j But at 4:30 tomorrow afternoon
I (here will be no chance for argument,
jeveryone will ho too busy trying to
tun unyuiiu riiuuuiK ciouws wun mm
what n great, wonderful game it was
and how exciting.
Tho teams meet as follows:
Oahu Harold Dillingham, 1; Har
old Castle, 2; Walter Dillingham. 3;
Robert Atkinson, 4.
Cavalry Lieut. P. II. Bherldan, 1;
l.leut. Arthur Hanson, 2; Capt. Wm D.
Forsyth, 3; Lieut. J. Q Quekemeyer, 4.
(Additional Sport, en Pag 10)
M WORT CALENDAR. M
tt If Managers of baseball and nth- H
n er athletic teams wonld nntlfy the
tt Ilul lot In of the Mates of pro
K posed matches so that such In
n formation could bo placed In the
tt sport calendar It would be con- tt
tt sidcrcd a favor. Address all com- tt
n munlcatlons to Sporting Editor, tt
n Dulletln Omco. tt
n Saturday, Aug. 2. tt
tt Polo Oahu vs. Cavalry nt Mo- 8
tt Sunday, Aug, 27,
M Baseball Hawaii vs. J. A
Stars vs. P. A. C. at Athletic tt
a Park. a
a Mil I focks vs. Asian; Asahls vs. U
a Palamas; at Athletic Park.
a Sunday, Sept. 3.
a Stars vs. J, A. C; Hawaii vs,
a A. C; at Athletic Park.
a Monday, Sept. 4.
a Relay Race Ten Miles: Fltz
a gerald against Jackson, King, a
0 Scuarsh, at Athletic Park. H
U Baseball All Chinese vs. Cavalry a
a at Athletic Park. a
a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
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