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r.vcKiNn mn.i.r.TiN. Honolulu t it. mon'kay. ai'iiii, , 11.07
s ?; 2
FINE NEW STOCK OF THE FAMOUS
; VT - j-w g i
Slazenger Tennis Balls
We have just received these gooili from tlie "Alameda "
E. O. HALL
HEART FAILURE DOES YOUR AUTO EVER HAVE ITT
The cure for this is the
COLUMBIA DRY BATTERY NO. 2
This battery doesn't fail its throbs arc strong and steady.
And on the home stretch it has always got the strength to make
the spurt In every way the Columbia is the best dry battery
Sold also by E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd., and the Schuman Car
riage Co, Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L1 d.
OFFICE: KINO near AIhKEA ST.
Get the Best--
See anything advertised
Come here and get It -t
GET THE QENUINE.
No "Juit at good" talk here.
We don't want to tell "some
thing jutt ai good." We want
to tell what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King; Sis.
PHONE MAIN J 31
A plunge bath after exercise is
one of the essentials. At Haleiwa
there is a fine plunge, splendid golf
links and tennis court. Wide, roo-j
my veranaas, spienam sleeping
rooms, most of them mosquito proof,
and the best cuisine in the country.
St. Clatr Bidgood,
Mike Wright Ugai
The best smoke sold in
this market. Try it.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
Alexander Young Bldg,
Nuurctu betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDER8 AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901.
Honolulu Undertaking Co,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.1
NIOHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAOER
MRS. S0RIS. E. PARIS
has received a new supply of DR. E.
E. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
1156 FORT ST. i
Manicuring-, Scaln Treatment and I
& SON, LTD,.
AND KING STS.
PHONE MAIN 390.
AMI OTHEIt PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
ISC HOTEL, STltEET.
I'l.oi.o Main 218.
E Hi CO.. LID.
HmT3CHE... .General Manager
manufactured (rem pare distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHIJ ICC AND CU CntlC CO.,
Kcwalo. Ttlephone Blue 3151.
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
that will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 187.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS ON HAND
AT ALL TIMES. SEED FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 339.
SHF- "FOR RENT" cards on sale
ct the Bulletin office.
Would Be Like
Pygmy Against a Giant
HIM Squires, the much touted chum
jilnn liva wclnlit pugilist of Australia.
arrived this morning on Hip Vcnturn
From 1,1s genera, appearance he fa.,
ax much show against Jim Jeffries n-
Jou Wulcott would tunc. In fact onu
would Ijo a IIUIp more Inclined to tune,
., I..I .... II,.. lnHo- tl.nn ., ,llllro. Ill
the negro Iiiik shown what he could tin
against men of cI.isk. He BeemR ultii
tret her too small, weighing only 175
pOllllllS. SqllllCS llltl) llllVO HOIIIfl show
ugalnst .Intl. O'llrtcn, Totimi) Hunis,
or other of the mime class hut tin
should kiep nvvay from the bollcrmuk-
it unless the latter hai cone hack to ,. Wlthlngton li Jordan 0
a greater extent than seem jKisslble. j, Thomas e J Grosse. h II. Grosse . 0
The AtiMtmllaii thumploii U a utuiH j . j. .Maclean e V. Drown, li II.
looking chap, slightly halil and wltlii (irusre 1
good, clean features. Ho talkx with1
er little of the Australian accent and I n'.
Is the picture of health, though he say.tl MACLEAN'S SIDE
he wux seasltk all the way oxer on th ). Spalding li Melatii!iy 2
Veiitnrp. HU Ikiiich lire large utid his v wiiltu c and h Wllhlngton t
reach nmgnitlcont He looks as If hu j Hetlcmonit c J Giusso b Ayrest. U
might lie rast and an If a swing from w. Hrovvn li Ayrex 1
his list, the size of u leg of mutton, u Joidnn. rim oilt 5
which U hung on the gorllla-llko end arohsc e Jordan h Mnilcnu 0
of Ills arm, would lertnlnl) do dnm-.fj, Ileurdmore, letlrcd 2!
In telling of the reason that lie did I ys
not fight Johnson In Australia lie said
II was Johnson's own fault that ho
did not gel u light with me I wus tu
!uc sailed for the States on liliriuir)
IS umLolTcred to light him on the lull. In,
He rciiibcd as ho said he did not have!
enough time. At the time he was I
matched to meet Felix, whom ho put
out III half a lounil, on February IK. 1
A as sorry nut to hue u chance at him
as ho looks like a big fast fighter.
' 1 have taken p.ut In 2"i Imttles In
the ilug and hao won all by knock
outs, 'I he longest fight that I liav
ever fought was against Felix, when It
was u novice It took mo eleven rouiida
to btut him then. The shortest light
tli.it 1 hnf lvifl wits tnv liiKf mil. ulili li
was against Mlko Williams, ut tho' Ihe'ernnikst uird of ncuintle spoils
rtkhmoiid raco course on December '11 yet piesenteil at the Hotel lialhs will
of last year I knocked him out 35 set- t.iko place in Saturday evening, tho
oiiiU after the wiir had sounded '"oth or this month 1 ho entertainment
"1 cannot hay what I wilt do when .., ,., ,, , , ,.., ,
no certain plans made yet I will
wait till I am acclimated liefoio trying
to light and will take In the Ilurns
O'llrlcn light at Ioh Angeles That
(Imp O'llrlen is certainly a fast man
on his feet I tould sec thut from tho
pictures or the first fight between him
v think I mil too light but
J assure you that tho size of a man
whom I go up iiguliist matters not at
all to me. It simply means that theia
Is so in nc h moio In flout of me fo lilt
and I have an easier time"
Siiuiics Is accompanied by his man
ager, Harney Heyuolds, who appears
very dlffetcut from tho majority or his
claua In fact Isith of tho men aie dif
ferent They 1110 very quilt and have
little to any, looking more like two
men owning emull stoies than like a
lighter and his manager
w tiF'iw It
The best goir that lias been seen In
this city fot many u day was played
ypslerd.i) In tho White Itock tourna
ment at tho Moannlua links. While
theie wan no record mailo for u low
sioie, the average was much lowei
than lias been tho cabe fur some time.
George Angus made a wore of 83 from
scratch which was the best of the day.
S (! Wilder won tho touinamuit
with a net smie of ic. being helped out
by- u handicap of 18, which Is much
moro than lie will receive next time,
us his actual score was 81, .1, A. and
C. T. Wilder tit ,1 loi second plaio with
n net scene or 71, the former winning
on the play on",
It W Audeisou ru
Geo. Angus 10
H. J. limlil) 52
E. M Campbell, iitillusd
J. C Evans 12
C E Edmunds 58
C J Talk, did not piny .
11 II Glflnid U
J I). Oalnes 14
F Hnlsttad n
C .1 Him Mux .. ..17
I Ed Hutchinson .. , .I'J
,C. 1! Ulqli 38
1 It. A Jordan CO
A. E Ionian ..,,52
K Klebali m
C Kimball 52
J I) Mdnoiuy Gl
A S .Matiaiilii ... .15
W P Wllilni- 17
Iw Woon 19
III II Walkci 10
1 O, K. White 17
Austin White I'J
11 A. Wlldei 50
CT Wlldei 10
.1 A Wlldei 11
3, G Wlldei tl
'j, O. Young 53
ONLY WEIGHS I75 LBS
FIRST CRICKET (iAME
..,... ri)111.tp0I1 .,,,.r taklnir nart.
'flic grounds were In perfett condition
ami the play wiir very Rood for tlto
l KM""' ' ' " .VlCl.Can UI1C1
l'reMdcut Jorilan chose sides, tho fur
mer'B team winning lij rour riltiH.
.1 II. Flddex l II Grosse 3
J Grosse li Jonlati II
1 1 M. AreH c Mclauphy, li Joidtitl.. 0
V.. Melanphy li Jordan 20
Jot dan's Side.
(Irons? (i.l u
A.Jorilan li 1
M. It. .
2 2 I
. ... 3
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UDIES 11111 MIM
On Ihlk night the best girl Hw.mme.a
ami divers In Honolulu will swim anil
dive Tho last exhibition by theto
girls treated quite a sensation aim
this time time will be a multitude
present to see the program.
Time will bo a match game of water
polo played between Ouliu Collego anil
llwi tllciino.l llnn.l 4 Tl,... . .. . .
, ,, ,,,,, , ' : ,' ,,, ;,,
collego boys winning out. Geo. Cooko
will hnvo charge or rbe I) II. A C
this tlmo 'and will act as their coach
Besides this v.nler polo match tho tw i
teams will swim n relay nice. Cups
arc nrfcied by tho Hatha for both theso
events. It may bo that George. Crozicr
can ho prevailed upon to lepeat Ills
.Monto Wirlsto uct Thero will bo n
setoud meeting of Wallace Cooper and
I.. Cunhu in a GO-yard dusli, llealilcM
the nbovo fea tines there will bo (living
ami swimming exhibitions.
The Diamonds start to practice for
the event on Tuesday.
OHO IUJ iEEI MOM
The match bowling contest tonight
between tho Olohus and Alohas prom
ises to bo n very keen match. Tho
Alohas have a stronger team than
they had In their last match and they
aro out to win.
Captain. Illll Williamson claims thai
I!nhbllt and AJutiay mo in better shape
than before) nnd that How land has
also Improved with piattlce.
'I ho Olohus have u very strong com
bination of rollers and they will make
things hot for the men from the Uni
The gunio will start promptly at S
o'clock and a largo gatheilng will ho
on hand to loot for their favorites.
1'ollowlng Is tho line-up for tonight.
Olohu Wnteilioute, Hoblnson, Git
fard, lliggs and ltoss.
Alohas Williamson, Hahhltt, Thay
er, SoreiiBon, Murray, Hum laud.
11(11 SA10I MME
Tho opening gamo of tho sa'oou
men's baseball league, wux played yes
tcrdiy at Knplohml Park between thu
Cushions nnd tho Opera -Annexes. Tho
gamo was hotly contested anil ende I
lu li victory for tho fonner, thu storo
helm; 8 to 7 after a 10 Inning game, i
Thu Fashions wero mateilitlly usslst '
cd by playorti from Camp McKluloy.l
'(ho routines of tho gunio vveio tho
pitching of Gilmes of tho Favorites I
unci tho clever fielding und fine bat-1
ting of Monoghun of thu Opeiu An '
noxea. This sciles of games begun
yesterday will bo continued entli Sun
day dining tho season.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
tin and .the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comnlet resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits, and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7Rcf) per month. Weekly Bulletin,
gl. per yecv.
NEW WASH SUITS
BOYS and GIRLS
Fop the Boys
We have the celebrated
Mother's Friend Wash Suits
in Sailor and Russian Blouse effects. Sizes 2 1-2 to 10 Yean.
JRICES FROM ?1.00 A SUIT..
For the Qirls
AN ELEOANT LINE OF
White Wash Dresses
in Lawns, Net, Mulls, Etc. Sizes up to 14 years.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
HO! FOR THE RACES
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
Hawaii Jockey Club
The Following Program Is Offered forthe Meet To Be HeH at
Hoolulu Park, on July 4th, 1907
Tootball Game Cup
Luna Race, hones to carry 175
Baseball Game $50.00
Throwing the Hammer, Foot Races,
Broad Jumping and other Field
Sports to take place between the
1 O'CLOCK P. M.
1 1-1 mile Merchants Stakes, free
for all $1000 00
1-2 mile Japanese Race $50.00
1-2 mile Hawaiian Bred $75.00
1 mile Gentlemen's Riding Race,
160 lbs., Volcano Stables Cup
12 mile Free for All $100.00
3.4 mile Hawaiian Bred $75.00
1 2 mile Japanese Stake Race $150.00
1 1-2 mile Free for All $150 00
1 mile Hawaiian Bred $100.00
Winners to take entire purse.
Race horses barred In Luna Race
and Gentlemen's Riding Race.
Entrance fee, 10 of purse except
as otherwise soeclfled.
All entries to close on June 17th,
Not less than three to enter and
two to start, except as otherwise spec
ified. In all free for all races Hawaiian
bred horses to carry the following
weights: 2-year-olds, 70 lbs.; 3-year-olds,
80 lbs.; 4-year-olds and up, 90
Tho members of tho Wollman Chi
cago Id tord-Herald north polo expedi
tion aro lu I'm Is completing tho prop
itiation or the balloon Amoilca and
will leave shortly for Tioiuboo, Noi
way, whence they will depart on June,
1. Tho balloon airship bus been en
tirely leroiibtrncted, has new motors
and possesbca a lifting power of I'J,
500 pounds. It will bo icmombcied
Our prices in some cases
We have I
600 Pairs Ladies' Shoes, all sizes, former price $2.50, I
SALE PRICE ...............81.25b
280 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE 81.00
144 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE ,...y 81.25
230 Pairs of Slippers, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE. ..?1.00
900 Pahs of Children's Shoes, former prices, $1.25, $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.00, will all go for ?1.00 A PAIR
COME AND SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
Lu B. Kerr
10 o'clock A. M.
Conditions of the 1 1-4 mile Mer
chants' Stakes are as follows:
All horses other than Hawaiian
bred to carry weight for age.
Hawallan-breds to carry the follow
ing weights: 2-year-olds, 70 lbs.; 3-year-olds,
CO lbs.; 4-year-olds and up,
Nominations to close on May 14th,
IS 07, at 6 p. m., and must declare on
or before June 17th, 1907, at 6 p. m.
Owners of other than Hawaiian
bred horses must give name of horse
with their nomination.
Owners of Hawaiian bredrf can give
nomination on May 14th, and will be
allowed until June 17th, 1907, to name
1' of purse i. e. $10 00 to be paid
with nomination; 9 of purse I. e.
$9000 to be paid when entries close
on June 17th, 1907.
Winner to take entire purse. There
must be at least 4 entries, and not
less than 3 starters.
If there should be only one starter
ho can walk over for the entrance
money; If only two starters they can
run the race for the entrance money.
Condition's of the Japanese Stake
i ace as follows:
Not less than ten nominations, and
not lees than six starters.
Nominations to close May 14, 1907,
t 6 o. m.
Entries to close June 17th, 1907, at
6 p. m.
$5 00 to be paid with nomination.
J10.C0 to be paid with entry.
Winner to take entire purse.
that Komi) years ago a Frenchman nam
cd Audit', with a companion, started
on u voyage to tbo north pole In n
balloon They luivu never been heard
SJtf Fine Job Printing at the Bul
3W"For Rent" cards on talent
the Bulletin office.
cut in half. The stock must be re
& Co., Ltd,,
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at mv Hilcniooin, S57 Kanhiimauu St.
I will sell ul public auction by 01
Jer of tho treasurer, Mr. J Water
hoiiKe, the following (
Certificates of Stocks
iku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
miles.) the fifth nsse-ecment now de
liiuiuont, with Interest nnd advertis
ing expenses, Ih pa hi on or before
thut date and order ot sale, ut the
cMce of Alexander & ll.ililwln, Lim
ited, Stnngenwahl building, Hono
lulu: Certificate No. 32il, J. II. Cnllag
lian, lor 50 shares,
Certlllcato No 422, .1. N. Knnaiiln,
for 10 sbureH.
Ccrtllltato No. 735, Frank M. Or
inond, tor 20 shares.
x J. WATEUIIOl'SE,
Treasurer Nnhlku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, April 3, 1907.
.JAS. F. MORGAN,
A Q00D LUNCH WITH
A OLASS OF BEER
TO CHEER YOU UP-
in the MIDDLE OF THE DAY.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
.....SOUTH &. KAWAIAHAO ST8.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
VON HAMM.VOUNO COMPANY, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
FOR 20c A DOZEN.
J, M. LEVY & GO
'PHONE MAIN 149.
Phone MAIN U7
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