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PSiBIIHMMBl ". "' T T f ! wmmmkmmmKaa rniiiimrr iirrrpi. Luininiiittmttio EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1911. Do You Know That Tom Kelly A Prince of Entertainers I is at the BIJOU To have heard him will be one of memory's choicest treasures Preparations are' made to give an unusually good show at the SAVOY Saturday evening. WHARF FOR KIHEI AFTER 2 YEARS Maul will liavo to wait two years more for a wharf, and when tho wharf In Inillt, It will bo at Kihel, accord ing to the Inside report h of tho liar bur commission. 'Tho wharf Issuo has stirred up Val ly Island residents considerably. MeOregor's lanillnfC being a stroiiB rontender for tho wharf site, but It Is understood now that Klhcl has been practically picked for tho wharf. Only 9,000 Is now available for Iho Kihel wharf, which Is resonsl bin for the Informal decision of tho commissioners to do nothing at this lime. The next legislature will b .Isked for twenty or thirty thousand dollars more and then Kihel will be tho situ of one of tho best structures In tho Territory, Ilenjamln Asam bus filed his answer to the charge of desertion llled against him by bis wife In the Circuit Court. Ilu denies tho allegations. Col. Knox sayB that (Jeorgo DavlP raiHiucs wnen lie says Unit ho ap proves of the colonel for givernor. New Wash Skirts SACHS TO DECIDE PLANS Castle Cup to Be Played For In Tennis Tournament Which Begins Wednesday. A large number of tho tcnnli play ers of tho different clubs are out ov cry evening buiy getting In harness for tho big tniiiniincnt which will Elart n week from today. The plJ era hate been anxiously waiting the call of the tournament to begin and all are happy now that plain have been worked out by the handicap committee and the date for the open lug of tho fall tournament set. At the office of President C. O. Ilockus tills moinlug of the. local ten uis association tho handicap' commit tee met ami decided on somo of tho handicaps for the fall tournament! which will begin next Wednesday.' The first trophy to bo nlnyoil for will bo tho Castle cup. Tho entries for tho tournament oien tomorrow inorii-1 lug nt K. (). Halt's storo and will closo Monday evening at S o'clock and tho tournament starts Wednes day. Tho entry fco will bo one dol lar and it must bo paid In aihance. The games will probably be plied on the different tennis courts of tho city. Alter the Castle cup U won the Hall cup may be contested for. There will no doubt bo a big turn out thin season and some Interesting matches will bo pulled off during the tournament. Tho handicap committee, voted on the following handicaps to players Ibis morning which doc not mean that these ore till the players that will enter but whom are expected to and the committee will act on any new entry after the entries closu Monday evening. Class A Owe K and Vi ID: A. Castlo and W. P. Iloth. Class II Owo IK: A. M. Nowcll, J. Harncs, II. II. Cooke, W. Dillingham. Class C Owe U,: It. Sinclair, W. It. Kcliiml. Class I) Scratch: C. Q. Itockus, S. Daldwln, N. Deer, II. B. Savage, I) Collins. F. Greenfield, It. C. McKoev er, O. Warren, V, B. Steere, J. Wat erhouse, .1. T. (luard, 0. Deverlll, I.. M. Judd, (!. II. llottleph, R. (1111. Class K Hub 14 IS: V. (1. Slnglehiirst, .1. McCanllay, Hj dray, CI. Brwln, W. A. Wall. J. O'lwdo, W. Williamson, A. Smith, It. O. Mead, K. D. nnrncs. Class K Plus ir.; W. A. CJreon well. T. Oray, It. 11. Uorth, If. Durs ton, I', do llrettevlllo. fl. Duckworth, P. II. Clifford, I- Armstrong, II. von Damm, A. A. Ilobson. W, Smith and I. J. Ilurd. Tho above handicaps are only for those who nro expected to enter the tournament but the committee, wants to bo mado known that all other en tries will be looked after In consider ing their handicaps. Tho committee in charge of tho handicaps are us follows: C. 0. Ilrekns, chairman; W. P. Iloth, Puclflc Tennis Club; A. I Cas tle, Ilcrltinli Tennis Club; P. B. Steere, Mnt.oa Club, and W. S. Thompson of the Neighborhood Club. ro. njamln Compound Herbalo SlMiuieh, Uvtr, Kidney and lladdtr Rimedy. BLOOD PURIFIER tmi woBtae,aiiMiN AaSTHII flCTUM MUST THADC MAm u t atnee C.M InJkMm. Dnoriau, Sou Smb. cK LkI J AmMt. Hmiuimmmj, Cu ud Wd M.Smwk Houad Fnluf. Phh h Suuuh ilttf un. Sci Hc4 ttht. Duifeua. CmM Team. DJiowmh, 1 1 fiiwi DwfM rmf, CImOim t.v, mm ai'. w-"!- ", ! MwJimim, Rm Ww. U Cat . A"" C"". A CnM 1 h Wax. rWefc-Bn. BfifT Oncoud HaUla Ha m ricaU. Tbtnloi ta M tmm UW mtt Mt. Honolulu Drug Co. Clovornor Frenr hos received a let' ter from the legislative reference do partment of tho Wisconsin commlS' slon asking about ceitaln acts passed here nt the lust session of the Lcgls' luturu regarding homestead lug und Immigration. The information Is to be sent as soon as possible. V, ? vt Whitehead Hoag Co, Manufacturers of .. ' . . Advertising Novelties, Signs, Badges, Buttons. Banners, Gold and Enameled Emblems and Pins, Leather Goods, and Metal Novelties Represented in Hawaii by The Chas. R. Frazier Co., 123 King Street KELLY SINGS WAYTOSUCCESS Tom Kelly, the new lurltMie lit the llljnii, It the kind of man ta paik the big house. That's what hf'll il.i this week with the Mings that In Is mas ter of. Ki lly tiinde bis ,li tail before u lot nt people waiting to (rltlel.e him, but be sang splendidly mil lnmld gi't large audiences tbtiiuglMUt tin1 week of bis stay. Jinny loeiil people reitciuher Kelly when he was the star ol the team of Kelly & Vlolette. POLICE COURT One of the mint liiipirtimt eases that (nine up fur trial tbli morning In po lice court was that it Illicit nl of lliiior by (Jeorge Ijivlr. otberwlie knouii ns "Plmny" IXvli. The prosecution put Liquor Inspector W. 1'. renin It inf tlif- stnifil.'iinil princil Unit 'the ilefi'iidaiit Hdd llipior to u certain woiniin for CO cintw. Keniiell, win wiitehed the transac tion, Jlllllpeil in ).ils mid placed ti in under arrest n his bouse on Uki.atdi street. According ti tho evidence adduced In court, D.ivb iittemptid to lilt Ken Hell with ll Initio of Il'inor, ulilch the runner siilisnuently tlneu out of the window. A gliss of beer was olTcicil In evidence tlw inoriilng In court, ami It Is expectei that Judge .Moiisarrnt will remlir Ills decision tomorrow morning. Dls was represented by Attorney I,. Tv SUrulis, Jomiuln Slln, who war up fur sell ing lliiunr wlboiit u license, bail his case nolle pruned. Manuel Kllvn and Krnnk Urnella, also charged with sell ing Itiiuor nndariestiil by l'miiHI, hud their eases cntlnind until (X tuber I The case iiglust Hung Hung, L'hlini innn, who wn nrrestid yesterday fur driving a veblle wltboiit tlrst obtain ing u license, was stricken from the calendar, the Jelestlnl having obtained a license to il business. J. Kllvn. clirged with drunkenness, forfeited his Mil money. Pun Soon Hill mid Ilakna each paid a Hue of II mid costs of Hurt for getting drunk In public places. in mis cuy lai i this move ml wi live In lb" t-ar LIKES A FDLICE JOB BETTR THAN TEACHING (8pcrlal llul) ilu CurreiiHiiidi nee ) llll.o.'.Si'pi.:'.'. II Is reported here, unolllelally, tat I) puty Sin riff l',r nanile of til llmiial.ua district Is iibuut to liai In liU resignation, lie was a town vsltor last week, and while lie said niilblg about iiiilttlng to Sher iff I'ua, hu ml a niimhir of his frli'iids In tills city tit he bad decided to tnkti oulil come to 1 1 Ilu to future. Ilu lias re cently boiigli koiihi land In this city and stems ti be piep.ulng to iiinkii It Ills pirinaneii home. There Is ntthe present time but one applicant Cm Ids position, If Hie va cancy shouliltomu nion John A. Ke- aloha of Ilopkua, the principal of the Aliualoa sclid. He evidently believes that the llfuf a police olllclal Is u more satlsfaory one than that of a school tcaclie for the salary of tho deputy niiiiiiiil to only TS per month. which Is prolbly Utile morn than hN present pay, ml the tenure of the ilrp uty'K posltlmOs dependent elitlnly upon the favoof tbu sheriff. I I'M. I mL I mwr I YOUR NEW 1?ALL SUIT Is awaiting you. Wc have a new stock of Men's and Young Men's Fall Suits and Overcoats There arc io many good fea tures about these clothes vou can not get in other makes. They are shown in a large variety of patterns, and we can fit you perfectly and satisly you thoroughly on the ques tion ol price. Ajjii ts for PHOENIX" PURE SILK HOSE for Men and Women TWO GOATS FIGURE IN SERIOUS AFFRAY, Lieutenant J. A. Itogors of the 20th Infantry has made his i1csihIou in tho caso In which Oiii Nichols r, teamster, and Ilert Dunlap, a private, got Into trouble, at Fort Sh.ifier ami !n vvhl h tliu former Is alleged to hnto used n knife. Kioiii the testimony It appears that' the lieutenant and tho teainsicr hiul an Interest In lliu two gotls over which all the. trouble nroso and that as ht was going away lio gave IiIm dime to Nlcholi. Tho latter said that he was going tu glvo them to the sisl hospital, Diinlup Iheii asked lliu llenteinnt If b" roulil have the giats und was told that Nichols had them. Tho lieutenant stated tint Dunlap had been drinking tlm day but that en was not drunk, Nichols had riiinii to him and told lilin thalxt)nul.ip had lliu two goats and wanted him to co that they were given luck without any trouble. How tbp fight slnrte.i hu did not know hut ho haw both men soon aft er. Nichols had a cut tin the chin mii nlxu on tho rheuk and hi: ulso had thn knife In bis Innd with which lio had cut Dunlap. lingers further Staled that llllllllli knot rm'iillui? that ho woutil get even with XlcholxJ tor cniiing nun The raso nimes up agjln on Octo ber 10 when It will bo et fur trial ltM COXCKItT. The Hawaiian band will give u con ceit this evening at Aula Park, lit :'M o'clock. The piogram follows: .March All Moku Ilergor Overture Krench Comedy Ilola Waltz Southern Ilreeze Melsler Iteiululsceuces of Italfe (lodfiey Vocal llawuilan Songs. nr by Ilerger Kelecllou Iji Travlata Veld) liilirmezo l.litb, Toy Soldier thy reiliest Itecker I-'Inale llouollllli lierger 'I'lio Star Spangled llauuer. Kauai Sugar, Purser l.om or the Intur-Isl mil steamer V. ( Hall reports thn fol lowing siigariiwaltiug shipment on Iviiual: m. a.C. t:i.r,u c, & it. :ioi K. S. Co. I GO I P. 2UH3. 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