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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T., SUNDAY, APRIL 20, IMS.
Fop two or three days wo ore ottering the above bnrjtnlnH.
We will send price list and pictures ot anything In our line
It you eall or write.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Corner Fort ami Ueretnntn 6ts.
Now published In book Form with English translations. A
work of many month j now accomplished, making the only
hook of Its kind to b had containing the iholrest Songs
of Hawaii Nel. Everybody will want a (opy. Como early
beforo the supply Is exhausted.
Only a personal Inspection can give
you on Idea of the value of theso sets.
They contilst of seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are n bargain. Come and see thooi.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS
Corner King and Bethel Street
what it means
fo the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, icl
Hos, Jams, olives, etc., the
fconsekcepcr may feel assured
that S. & W. aro tie hlghost
standard of excellence In the
We guarantees every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
stoie and have yet to hear of a
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering ask for the S. & W.
Brand. We recommend It know
ing It will please you and make
H. MAY & CO,
The Popular Grocery.
according to tho opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we have all the best
of the many breakfast
foods now on the market.
There Is one that hns bo
come the most popular of
rII foods simply because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & CO.
it tt Limited ll it
1060 FORT 8TREET.
40 Two Telephones- 240.
43 HAWAIIAN SONGS
CO., Ltd., Publishers
at S32.00 .
EAGLE BREAKFAST CHEESE
FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT STREET, above Bcrctonla
Plenty 'Good Gravy1
PAPER NOVELS received Ex. S. S.
"SIERRA" - 20c to 50c each
and now on sale ut the
Golden Rule Bazaar
ISO HOTEL ST.
Dr. ArchlbaldJJ. Sinclair.
Offices Rooms 208-209 Boston build
ing, Fort Street.
Telephones Office, Main 385; lies
Idcnce, White 2861.
Hours 11 o. m. to 1 p. m.; 3 to t
p. m.; 7 to 8 p.m.; Sundays, 12 to 2 p.tc.
P. O. Dox S01.
L 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.8.
vove Building, Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 3U
All Lovers of the Sport
are reejtsested to register their
State or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
H. HackfelcU Co., Ltd.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort end Quetn Streets, Honolulu
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
European and American Dry Goods
Fort and Queen 8ta
Madame A. Schoellkopf,
WILL TEACH FRENCH
n classes or private lessons.
Residence Extension of Hotel 8L,
pp. Adventlst Chi'-:h.
Best Insurance la tho World
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE AND
MONUMENTAL CO,. LTD.
"el. 287 Main. 176 King Street
LOTS FOR SALE
Id Kaplolanl Pork
Addition and in
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Mies Ella Dayton
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
We will Day or Sell Res Ilstate tn
II parts ot the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
tblo Commissions. Tel. Main 125
10 WEST KINO STREET.
THEY NEVER COME BACK I
The greatest discovery for tho de
struction of the greatest of pests
Kills those that come In and kocpa
others from coming.
Every housekeeper should have a
sample box to use; no dancer from
poison. TRY A DOX. PRICE 25e.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. O. Dox 330.
And Every Evening This Wetk Except
FAMILY MATINEE 8ATURDAY
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Orpheum Popular Prices 2Se, 50c, 75c
Good Start Made By All
Boats, Which Were
TIMES OF PASSING
THE DIFFERENT POINTS
Cupid's Flyer Outpoints Others At
All Stages of the Race
Mott-Smith's Oio Joins
At the Finish.
One of the prettiest abuts over seen
In a yacht rnco was witnessed on the
bay yesterday when the tho third-
frlasi boats, the I'rlncess, Prince Cu
pld; Vlke, Ned Crabhc; Kahuna, Lot
Kuulukou; Myrtle. Geo. Crozler, and
Illhlnmnu, Commodore T. W. Hnbruu;
went out tho lino In tho order nsmid
with less than five seconds. bvlVin
(far first nnd last boat.
Tin ro was a fair wind blow Ingout thei
channel and thu boats had an nppor
tunlty to use their spinnakers. The
Myrtle, Vlke, lllhlmanu set theirs hut
tho Princess and Kahuna used only
their regular Falls. In the start the
1'rlncess had a llttlo thu best of It and
continued In the Itad to tho hilt buoy.
The start was made at 2:10 by the
Judge's time but tbo tlmee following
except the finishing time with taken
from a watch which read i: lf when th
start was made. The positions of thu
boats with their timer) at different
pnlnti uill bu Intcre-utlnc to both
yachtsmen and cithers Intcrtstcd In tht
At the spar buoy thu Princess pass
ed first at 2: 19, Myrtle 2:19:50. lllhl
manu 2 4'.ff.2. Vlke 2-f.O. Kahuna. tovv
InK a facial. S:r.1:i0. At the belt the
bout were In the same positions ex
cept the lllhlmanu and Vlke which
rhanKed place h, the hitter rounding
before Wutirbouse's boat which with
her new Fails in the brink wind wua
cranky The time at the hell was:
Primers, 2-r..1:.'IO: Myrtle, 2:51:50; VI
ke, 2:r.r. lllhlmi-nu, 2:55:10; Kahuna.
After passing the b II buoy tho
1'rlncess which was lending by about an
eighth of u mile put In on an Insuor
tuck while all the other bunts kept m
the course for the stake boat. the. Ab-
hie M anchored olf the Walklkl1
beach Im-tead of off Pahlle's place. Ily!
hi r tuck the Prince mi gained groumt tn
windward but loht the lead the had on i
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thu Mrtle. Hhci put about again uoon
after and started out for tho Vl-ke and
Mjrtlu which boats shu rapidly over
hauled hi lug a good wayd to windward.
The Vlke waH gaining cm the Myr
tle and PrlnctfH all the time nnd sitr-
prl-lng her cometitorH by the way I
she was handled. In a dath for the
stake bout she rounded tlrsl nt
I:IS:30 the Mrtlet at 3:1!) and the
PrlncciM twenty seconds later. The I
llllilinanu. which had been behaving.
badly and the Kahuna, had been hav
ing It nip and tuck from the bell nnd
rounded the stake boat at 3:22 nud
3:22 lu respi'Ctlvely. Defore the htake
boat was reached the Kahuna fur a
Hint was uncau oi me jiiiiiiuauu. i
As scion as they rounded the stnkei Another Mxflon of the Supreme
the hunts started off ou the long run Court will open at 10 o'clock tomorrow
to the dredger olf Pearl Harbor nnd ! morning with a large calendar rom
the llttlo Prlnn-fiM showed her iii.ill' prising many cabes or great Import-tlc-s
to good udvantage n will tx seen mice Among others are the Parker
by the difference In time at the belli suardlaimhlp Involving tho legitimacy
and spar buoys on the run down. Thu of trust fund Investment in private
three leading bo.itH wero met andl corporation bu'iirltics and i-emral np
Join. el by Mott-Hmlth's Olo before the pealed decreis of Circuit Judg.'H of
lull was reached and she; accompanied i
theTn until they were off Kallhl
Hell buoy poMtlmiH-Princess. 3:37:
Vlke, 3:30:R0; Olo. H: tt; Myrtle.
3:41:02: Hlhtmnnu. 3: 12:41: Kahuna
3:4fi: Abble M., (stake boat), 3:4S:30.
Spar buoy positions: PrlnccMe.
3:39:0S, Vlke. 3:l,r.:29; Myrtle. 3:17:
10; Olo, .1:17:11; lllhlmauii, 3:l!:12;
Kahuna, 3:62:30; Abble M.. 3:r.r..
Uetween the turn off Walklkl and
the dredgir th Prlnce-ss distanced tho
other iKiats and galmd a lend of aliont
ten nilnuti's ou the Vike. The boats
flulshed In the following order:
cess ut 4 42; Myrtle at t:4fi:G0
f, o.io, and Hllilmnnu at r.'.i'l.
Vlke McKINLEY MEMORIAL
(Cuntliiucd from imih l.i
ended the Inning by hitting to Thump
son who made a 1h aittlful stop and
throw to OlcuKon. Ihrto runts.
Sfcond Inning -Le-wls opened with n
two bagger to right, l.etdle hit tn
Klwa und Lewis was raught h-tween
the hnxc-K and put nut, Leslie ranking
t.econd on the pla. A) kit fanned,
Kual walked to tlift. Uliai-ou ended
the Inning with a strike out. No runs.
Uowers idnglrd and Ktolo setemd. Klwa
sent him to third with it merlflee to
Kual. Uowera scored ou u wild pitch,
(Jay made a two bagger but was caught
trying tn html third, Mooru singled
and stole wcond, lie scored on Now
rll'H slugbi; Nowell stolo nond and
t-cored on Gorman's ouu bagger. Gor
man took second on a pawed hull. Klh
tnn (lew out to llanhmunn who made u
nlcei catch. Three runs.
Third lnnlng--U. Williams hit a
grounder to Klston hui! wnH safe nn
Hcunlon's muff of the throw. Ham-mann
hit to Nowell who made a prett) clou
blci play touching Williams and thro
Ing to II rot In lime to catch the run
tier. Joy 111 v. nut to Nowcll. No runt
Scanlcu went out to Gleason, Tucker
(annul und II. merit popped up a ll
which Williams took. No runs.
Kotutli Inning Thompson went to
fir t-t cm hulls. Lewis lien nut to (lay.
Ille singled. Aylelt moved eucli
runner up with a sacrifice to first. Ka.u
wuit to first on balls uud tho babes
were fllltd. Captain Olcutoti wua tbe'uwuy anj longir than posulble.
right man In the right place an he
planted ato bagger in left center nnd
two men came In. Williams died on a
grounder to flist. Two runs. Klwa bit
to Williams and was tin own out at
first, (lay struck out. Moore was thrown
out at first. No runs.
Fifth Inning llansmann flew out to
llowcrs, Joj hit a terrific drive to right
renter nnd Dowers made a phenomenal
running catch. Thompson took first
on Klston's poor throw of his ground
er, (lormnii tore through tho ropes
anil caught Lcwli' foul amid gnat
applause. No runs. Tho Honolulu's
now made scleral changes I.ewln go
ing to second and Price to third,
Thompron to the bench Novvell hit
to Lewis but flteoson muffed his throw
and the runner was safe' Now ell stolo
second. (Jorman singled, Nowcll go
ing to third. Oorman stole second.
Klston hit to Lewis who threw home to
catch Nowell. Leslie chopped the ball
nnd Nowell was safe. Scanlon sacri
ficed, scoring Oorman. Tucker fouled
out to Leslie. Dowers flew out to I.ew
U Two runs.
Hlxth Inning Leslie singled . lis
whs caught off first b Gorman's throw
nnd ran down between thu lintes. Ay-
lett hit to Scnnlon who fell but threw
to Nowell who covered the bag nna
the runner was out- Kaal hit a beauty
to left. Oleabon lilt to KlMon who
threw Kaal out nt second. No runs
Klta singled and stole second. Gay
went to first on balls, Moore struck
nut. Nowell fouled to Leslie. Oorman
flew out to Gleason. No runs.
Seventh Inning William made a
home run drive to right field. Hans
tmenn flew out to (Van Ion. Joy singled
Price hit a foul fly over the ropes and
again (iormnn dove through the crowd
ami caught the ball. Lewis singled
n ndlng Joy to third. Lewis stole soc-
i ond. Ialle went out from Moore to
1 Hcanlon. One run. Klston flew out to
' Ilinsmann. Bcanloa singled but was
caught trying to steal second Tucker
' took a hace on balls and stole n-cond
j Dower singled scoring Tucker How-
eri e.inic all the way home, while th
j II A. Cm Indulgiti In somu wild
throwing. Klwa died from Williams
I fo (llt'iison. Two runn.
lllghth Inning A lett on.-( with i
thre.i bagger to right which n faster
mnmr would have stretched Into n
homer. Knl flew out to Tucker who
made a pretty running catch. Alett(
scoring on the throw aicneon died
from Klston to Scnnlon. Wllllamx alho
died at flrtt. One run. Guy Hew out to
Price. Moeiro was safe on Price's muff
of mi nttempteil one-hnndi d catch "Al'
promptly noli second as iiMinl, and
(scored nn Nowell's three hare drive.'
Gorman forced Nowell out nl the plate
and Klston fanned. One run. I
Ninth inning Hansmann died from
Nowell to Scanlnn and Joy from Klwa
to KrankiB. Price singled but Lewis
lilt to Klwa and nil was over. No runs.
SCOIti: IIV INNINGS.
1 2 3 t 5 7 8 9
J.1 Z j o o o i l-ll
II r i r. A it n i l
Home Hun Williams.
Thre-basi hits-Gorman, Nowcll,
t . .....
' ' ', , ,. , , .
Iwn.tinft- liltk.c:.'iv. 1.ulu Akjium.
Htolen bases Moore
4; Nowell, I;
(iormnn, 2: Tucker. Dowers, Klwa
G.ey, Joy. Lewis.
Iloilblu play Nowell tn Hcaulnn.
Haerlllce hits Sciinlou, Klwa, Ay
Struck out Ily Klwa, 2; by Kaal. 4
liases on balls -Ily Klwa. 3; by Kaal,
Wild pilch Knol 1.
Passed ball Leillu 1.
t'mplre-s Wilder nnd Jones.
SMITH CONTEMPT CASE
more or lean general interest
It Is likely that thu appeal of Walter
O. Krnllh from seuttnre of contempt ot
court by the three) Judgeu of the rirst
Circuit, which he was enabled tn make
through a writ of habeas corpus that
Haynt vvecutlon of sentenie. will be
given right of wny first thing on the
opening of the court.
ENTERPRISE FOR 'FRISCO.
Tbo steamer Knterprlsn salle-d from
Illlo on Friday at fl o'clock In the
morning, for San Francisco, with about
CO.000 hags of sugar and the following
passengers: P. Peck nnd wife; Mrs
.1. T. Molr and flvo children. Miss Wll
Ihms. Dr. SI. Warhs, W. P. J.irvls,
A. James nud William Sllva, Mrs
Molr and children accompanied by .Mr,
Sllvu will go on to Scotland to visit a
number of months. After home time,
they will be Joined b Mr. Mor.
CHINESE DESTROY FROGS.
Illlo, April IK. Tho Chlnife are
(c i ding thousands of young tadpoles
to duck)'. If this kups up for a fe.w
weeks It Is Mfr to kcj that frogs In
Illlo will be among the table delica
cies of the past. It Is bad enough for
boys to tako out tho half grown frogs,
hut it 1,4 Infinitely veori-e for men to
take nut thu Udpob s as food for ducks.
EVENING WITH TENNYSON.
Illlo, April JS.lho April roclal In
the form of a Tmneysnn evening will
hi' givm in the church parlors of the
Fori Ign chnre h on next Tin Kduv liven
ing. All Invitnl. The I'idles attend
ing are asked to bring small contri
butions of sewing materials (needleh
pins, rnltnti goods, or an) thing In thai
line for tho Wal.ikea n-wlng school.
flOARDING SCHOOL BUILDINGS.
Illlo, April IS Mr and Mrs Levi
I.vurin of the Illlo Ite.ai illnrr School
left on the Klnnii today for Honolulu
1 he oliJcM'l of their trip Is fo ncuk up
the fund for the new building for the
Ijoaiillng Mhonl. Thej t-xpeet to lie
uone three uccKh hut cilll nut ...mtiln
New Novelties Just Opened
Twonly-lght cases of Wsh Materials Just opened. Goods alt
ready for Inspection and every lndy Invited to seo them. Yon xtlll
find tho prices low, tho vnlues tlo best and the pattorns tb Tory Iat
est Como onrly.
Klcgant lino of gingham dresses,
sires 2 to 6 years, Just opened;
special bargain this week
Misses' Sailor Dresses
Latest cuts now on display.
All former records of low prices
will bo broken this week on ho
siery. Wo have a direct Impor
tation from Germany just arriv
ed. Thr aro thu celebrated
llcrmsdorf dye? Lsdlos' Blaclc
Hose, In ope-n work pattorns.
No moro than six pain) will bo
sold to each customer.
Ladles black lisle
pattorns. per pair ..
The latest. Just opened. 40 Inch
material per yard . 16 1-2c
Another arrival of tho eclchra
Pacific Import Co.,
"TWO WAYS OF LOOKING AT IT"
Twelve Inches Is tho average dls-'
tanee- at which perfect e)es seo best
and easiest !
Holding book or paper differently
means evo strain means an error in
refraction or defective muscles--means
grave hnrm sooner or later.
"A glass In time) saves" slightly
changed, but ou know thu Import, nnd
eves aro more Important than stitches.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Building, Fort Ptreet
Over May & Co.
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of Philadelphia
WESTERN A88URANCE CO, ef Ti
Offleee Stangenwald Bldg. M
chant Btrcet. Tol. lueln 3CJ
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
.ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
Etc, Etc, Repaired.
UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
MANUFACTURED PROM PURE
DISTILLED WATER, i '. i S
Delivered to any pert of
city by courteous driven.
Oabti Ice and Electric Ce
, TELEPHONE BLUE 1181.
HOFFflAN & flARKHAn.
P. H. Burnette
Real Estate and Conveyancing, Insur
ance and Collection, Notary Public.
Room 4, Mclntyre Building.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNING
THE SAME HOUR FVFflV Lnpulun
..., .-. .,,,.,
or afternoon, given to dictation, will
keop your correspondence "cleaned
..p.- Try it n month.
.I.D. AVERY, Busings Correspondent
Rcnullrltvl CertalntvJ Durn'rhl
ST YmmR s'm
Tel. Main 76. 8 oMS. Elite Dido.
Boy's Wash Waists
Mother's Friend brand ev
shipment on sale this wk ....
100 pes. Hair HI b Don, all silk,
Nn. 60 All Silk Fancy Ribbon
Strictly now arrivals; no cxlda
and ends This weW pr yard
All silk Satin IUbbon, No. I
All silk Hatln IUbbon No. X
All silk Satin IUbbon No. 9
Alt silk BaUn Ribbon No. IS
12 1-2c yd. .
All silk Satin lUbtxra No. I
Alt silk riatln IUbbon No. 2
Every shade and color.
teel Rcftnttn Boy' Wntth SnltM
PORT 8T. It
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
Honolulu btock exchanq..
Orders for tho purchase or ! ot
stockB and bonds carefuly and prompt
ly executed. Loans negotiated
Office Room 401, 4th floor, 8Un(jST
wld Oldg. Postofflce box 390; Tele
phone Main 331.
Halsfead & Co., Ltd
MONEY ADVANCCD ON SUGAR
921 Fort Street
TEL. MAIN 133. .
A. C. LOVEKIN.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER,
REAL ESTATEJND INSURANCE.
403 Judd Building.
Fred. L. Waldron
P. O. Box 6C3; TcJ Blue 781; Room
3, Sprecke's Uulldrcg.
Honest dental work
at honest prices
Tho Now York Dental Parlors aro
tinder now management and aro turn
ing out the best kind ot dental work
known to the profession nt the lowest
prices ever knor-n in Honolulu.
Bach department In cbargo of a spe
cialist and our operators aro graduate
dentists of tbu bt-st-rccxignlzed schools
In tho L, S. or tho world.
We have a larger eff than any oth
er dental office in the city; wo have
the best plato workers, crown and
bridge specialists, and In tact all
branched of dentistry as practiced by
us are strictly up to date.
We can save you money on your den
tal work. We will tell you In advance
exactly what your work will coet by
a free examination.
SET TEETH SJDO
GOLD CROWNS xgjOO
GOLS FILLINGS $14)0
8ILVER FILLINGS 50c
4I, ui iuniiii...i'uia
All exit instruments are thoroughly
sterllltod before use.
i ir i n t n a
New York Dental Parlori,
, u"m K,'qlle ?ull(Uu: ,loto ,""
Hours. S a. m. tn & n. r-v
Sundays, 9 a. m, to K a.