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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T II.. THUnSDAV, APHIL 11. 1H07.
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I PINE NEW STOCK OF THE FAMOUS
Slazenger Tennis Balls
SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS
Baseball Plan Is All
Departure of the Tenth
We have just received .these goods fiom the "Alameda."
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD,.
? mini nwn tri-urn ctd
FORT AND KINO STS.
THE BATTERY IN YOUR AUTO IS
LIKE "THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN."
. COLUMBIA DRY CELL NO, 2
is the kind you want "behind the gun". It (jives action quick,
sure action and plenty of it. And when the cloud of dust has
cleared away you will see the auto with the Columbia Dry Bat
tery a winner over the tape by many lengths.
Sold also by The Associated Garage Co., E. 0. Hall & Son,
Ltd., Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L1 d.
OFFICE: KING near AlilKEA ST. PHONE MAIN 300.
"See anything advertised
Come here and get It
GET THE GENUINE.
No "Just at good" talk here.
We don't want to sell "some
thing Just as good." We want
to sell what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
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
my verandas, splendid sleeping
rooms, most of them mosquito proof,
and the best cuisine in the country.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Mike Wright tip
The best smoke sold in
this market. Try it.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Nuuaau betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K, FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 001.
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 PORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIQHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901. '
M. E. 8ILVA MANAGER
MRS. BORIS. E. PARIS
has received a new supply of BR. E.
. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
115G FORT ST.
Manicuring, Scab Treatment and
AND OTHER 1'IANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO,
ISO HOTEL STREET.
I'l.ot.e Main 218.
' i :i . .
1 Waikiki Beach
J. H. t-'RrvTOCHE... .General Manager
manufjctured rsm pjre distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAIIU ICE ANfl FLICTRIC TO..
Ktwalo. Telephone Dlue 3101.
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
that will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 197.
(FRESH CUT FLOWERS ON HAND
AT ALL TIMES. SEED FOR SALE.
'Mrs. E, M. Taylor
1 TCL. MAIN 339.
I zag "FOR RENT" cards on sale
let the Bulletin office.
Nw pinna must be made by the II"-1
noliilu lla'scball U'dguc, and they must;
be mnilc In a hurry us the schedule Is
unpinned to oiiiio out on Friday. The
news, as rmullslicil exclusively 111 jch
terduy'H IJullelln, to the effect that
tlio Tenth Infantry mih to bo trnns
feneil to Alaska has caused nil the
trouble" The Tenth wan to take the
place of the Jlalles this year under
Major Vim Vllet and now what will be
done. Is iiiieertnin,
It mny be that the Mnllcs will como
hack Into the fold ami will nlteuipt to
Ket iii a team or possibly tlio season
will pi on with 11 five-team schedule.
This would tertnliily be better than
having a weak team In the Ieugue.
The l'liiialions will also feci the ef
fect of the Tenth's leaving, uh they
will lose two of their best plajers,
ItlriRlaiul and Hannah. The former
will be cieatly missed as he Is one ot
tlio hardest working catchers ever
keen In. tlio islands. Lieut. Hannah Is'
also n MroiiK player and tlio 1'iins will
be Indeed sorry to see him go. What
priniiKeineiitH will be made Is hard to
say. but a meeting of tho League will
take place Friday m which the matter
will come 1111.
IS Ml IK II!
Now that the baseball season Is close
at hauil the various league teams alb
ham at work practising. The 1'iina
hous seem to be doing harder woik In
this Hue than any of the others and
at least three times a week got out at
u o'clock to the l'uiiahou grounds,
a here, under the careful ee of "Doo"
Mousariat they go through all the most
appioved stunts. This afternoon irtf
o'clock they will play a prattler gam
with the Oahu inlleiw team, which
should piove Interesting. On Satur
day the Oahu College boys will play a
practice g'lino with the Diamond Heads
1111 the College grounds.
Koine of thu teiima are having a lit
tle dimculty In getting suits uud u
number of orders were sent UP the
Coast on the AKiuieda, leaving ester
day, for extra suits, caps, etc. Tlio
.schedule for the season will be an
nounced Krliln .
Tl.e Wila Ka Nlol bowling lean),
headed b T. C. McOuIre, went down
to defeat befoic the Diamond Head
Athletic Club rollers In an exciting
contest This match wus by far the
most Inteiestl'fg yet rolled In the team
tournament ami both teams played as
though there was a $1000 nurso in
sight. At certain stuges ot tno uialeii
the play was brilliant and strike alter
btilke was made. "
The Wela Ka Nlol team was weak
ened by the loss of Swalu, whu fulled
to put In an appearance. It Is hanlly
piohable, however, that his picsence
would have gained the match.
I'aul Schmidt's men took the lend In
the tlrst game by downing 730 plus lo
their opponents' 013. In the second
game the JIVela Ka Nolo boys won out
by , rutting the lead to 13. The
third gamo was then started nnd it was
u hammer and tongs, tho Dlamoiidii
winning by 7C2 against 709. giving
them a lead of S3, or a total of 98.
I'aul Schmidt led the bowleiu with
an average of 158, Hall being second
Following Is the result of games
ami Individual scoring:
Diamond Heads 731, Oil, 702. Total
Wela Ka Nlol 013, 087, 709. Total
.MtCluhe, 153; Dlckfcou, 131; Hull,
1S5; Sprlnks, 122; Young, 110.
I. Schmidt, 58; i:. Schmidt, 129;
nietow, 152; Castle, 131; Oss, 113.
Following Is the standing or the
V. V. L. l'ct.
Ololill 2 2 0 1.000
W K. N 2 1 1 .G00
D. II. A. C 2 1 t ,500
Aloha 2 0 2 .000
On Friday night the mail led men
Etnck up against the single men uud
tiinio gooil tun will lesult.
The weekly shoot at tlio Kakaako
1 raps held yesterday afternoon wus at
tended by only six niaiksinen. A new
.1:11110 was added to tho list to be placed
.11 the cup. that or Albert Wiitcrhouse,
who tool; llrst place with a bcoie or 2U
jut or 29. The stoies:
A. Waterhoiibe, 20 out or 29.
J. V. Harvey, 10 out or 20.
Jab. i:. Whitney, 10 out or 27.
Dr. F. .1. Call, 10 out or 30.
J. A. Uolib. 12 out or 30.
11. I.. Austin, 11 out of 20.
The pinvlous wlliueis have been:
J. V. Ilarve), IS out of 20.
I). I Austin, 18 out or 20.
I. Spalding. 17 out or 21.'
Dr. P. J. Call, 20 out of 30.
Tlio University of California fresh
men defeated tho Stanford ficslimeu
ut track athletics on March 30. Stan-
lord wns badly crippled by the fact
Hint n number of her men got out
of sick beds to compete. Some excel
lent lecords were made.
BILL TO ABOLISH
MANY Bill BOARDS
Senator Illshop this morning Intio
diue.l 11 bill which, If It pannes and
Is found to bo constitutional, will do
away with n large iiuinljcr of the ud
crUslng signs In this Territory. Tho
bill Is as follows:
Section 1. It shall he unlawful for
any person, linn or corporation to
erect any sign or placard on any open
lot or land or upon any fence, or va
cant building In the Territory of
Hawaii for the pnrpoM" of advertising
any goods, wares or meichandlse.
Section 2. Nothing In this Act
shall bo construed ns prohibiting tho
mo of signs or placards upon bona
fide places of business or preventing
"To Lot" or "For Snle" signs bclns;
placed upon vacant lands or build
ings. Section .1. Any violation of this
Act shall be a misdemeanor, and shall
be punishable by 11 fine not exceeding
$100 or less than $10 for each uf
lensj. Section 4. Fpon a conviction un
der this Act the person, linn or ror-
oration' mi convicted shall rcmovo
tho sign, signs, placard or placards,
being tho cause of the conviction,
and iallure so to do after 0110 wee':
Hum date of such conviction shall
cons, Utile a new offense under tbla
Section B. This Act shall take ef
fect upon Its appioval.
Judge Lindsay evidently intends
to low no time in getting rid of .las.
fj. Fullerton uh gunidlan of the Holi-
jerts girls. Knllerton was tcmpoinr-
lly reinstated yesterday by the Su
preme Court nftcr ho had been re
moved by Judge Lindsay, but only
because tho way or removing lilm
was not according to law, nnd tho
cnBo remanded to tlio Circuit Judgu
for further uctlon.
This morning Judgo Lindsay Is-
iK.itv-,i .11, iMiiui luiiiuiujiuiMK r unci urn
L II All .... ...lnH mini H.H.... ,...,, ,
I to nppcar before him tomorrow 11101 11-
InB and show cause. If thcio ho any,
1 why-he should not bo removed from
W. C. Peacock, 'who some time ago
1)1 ought suit against A. J. Campbell,
A. 11. Iliown, 12. A. Douthltt nnd 11.
T. Lake, has through his attorney,
U. W. Ash foul, filed objection to tho
uppearnnco of Attorney General Pe
ters or any of his deputies, or County
Attorney Cathcart, as attorneys for
(ho defense. Tlio objection Is based
on the giound thnt tho acts complain
ed of constitute an orfenso ngulnst
the laws or tho Territory, nnd tho At
torney General's department and the
County Attorney tiro liable to bo call
ed upon to proceed against the plain
tiff in 11 criminal action.
l'eicoek was nriested for holllng
adulterated liquor but was not con
victed. He brought suit against
thoss concerned In his arrest for
(Continued from Page 4)
"I believe tlmt In Honolulu tho
booking pilvllege lias been abused in
a great extent and that all the com
panies should tako some steps to seu
that something Is dono to remedy this
Harry Whitney, of Irwin & Co.,
agents for the Oceanic Co., nnd tho
.Matson Hue, said:
"The deposit plan has been tiled be
fore and unless It Is followed strictly
by every stcnniBlilp firm In tho city
cannot be a success. When wo tried
It before oveiythlng went on well ror
sonio llttlo tlmo and then llrst 0110
III 111 ami then another allowed tho rule
to Im luninged on mid the plan had
to 'bo given up. We clung to the de
posit scheme, us long as we could, but
when the others guo It up we had to."
"Tho way peemlo book In Honolulu
Is certainly an nliuso or tho privilege
uud something thouhl bo clone to btop
It ir possible, but I can offer no solu
tion or the mallei'."
ON SATURDAY MORNING WE WILI PLACE ON SALE THE
FOLLOWING BARGAINS IN SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS:
Lot 1 HANDSOMELY EMBROIDERED on Linen LACE
INSERTION, formerly $2.75; reduced to $1.50
Lot 2 JAPANESE EMBROIDERY on SHEER LINEN, for
merly $4.50; reduced to $2.50
Lot 3 PURE IRISH LINEN, HAND EMBROIDERED, for
merly $5.00; reduced to $3.50
Lot 4 FRENCH HAND EMBROIDERED, formerly $6.50;
reduced to $5.00
Besides the handsome embroidery for the front, cuffs and col
lar, there is PLENTY OF PLAIN MATERIAL for finishing the
Sale vi begin on SATURDAY MORNING and last till MON
DAY EVENING, unless disposed of earlier. At the above prices
they ill probably all be sold on Saturday.
NOTICE OF OPENING FOR SET
TLEMENT OF CERTAIN LOTS
OF AGRICULTURAL LAND,
SITUATE AT KAHEI, KOHALA,
Notice is hereby given that tlio
Lots described In tho following sched
ule will ho open for settlement us
Itlght of Purchnso Lciisos, under Part
VII, hand Act, 18!i5, (Sac. 313 Re
vised I.uws) nt and ufter 8 o'clock
a. 111. on Satiiiilay, May 11, 1007, nt
tho olllce of the Sub-Agent of tho
Second Land Dltrlct. Said office will
be established for the above stated
nay at tho Kohala Court House, K11
!nt No. Aiea. Value.
1 12.10 $1Sl.riO
2 11.10 1 I1.IIU
3 it.Sf, 138.30 J
4 'j.:io lsn.no 1
r, y.20 iss.oo
c y.in 1 11.00
7 9.02 125.00
h ri.22 110.CI
!i ft. 22 92.20
10 9.15 94.CO
11 9.27 92.70
12 9.40 75.20
13 9.58 7C.C4
II 9.40 75.20
15 9.35 74.80
Finns of tho lots nnd full paitlcu
lais as to necessary qunllllcntlon of
applicants, method of applying, etc.,
may bo obtained at tho Land Otllccs
In Honolulu and Hilt), or nt tho ohlca
of Oeorgo 1 Tulloch, lCsq., Kohala,
JAS. V PRATT.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II.,
April lOlh, 1907.
3004 Apr. 11. 13, 20, 27; Mny 9.
n ai i mm
"The painter Klexer has painted u
picture of u Winter lniidscn.uo bo well
that If ou look at it long, you seem to
get finite cold."
"That's nothing; you ought to sco
Schmlrinsky's "Flight"; It Is so icalls-
tlc that, after tho first look, you aro
obliged to tako to your heels." Mcg-
Our prices in some cases cut in half. The stock must be re
duced. We have
500 Pairs Ladies' Shoes, all sizes, former price $2.50,
SALE PRICE $1.25
280 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE ?1.00
144 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE ?1.25
230 Pairs of Slippers, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE. ..?1.00
900 Pairs 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.
L. B. Kerr
MAY WE BE OF ASSISTANCE
There are many lurd places In a
housewife's life that can be crossed
without much trouble when a skillful
hand It the guide.
Butter-buying, for Instance. It Is a
worry and a trouble to many and yet
It Is such an easy thing to get the
best. Simply say
to yaur dealer or 'phorfo the order to(
Leading Hat and
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
' TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
We clean all kinds of hats. Clothes
cleaned, dyed and repaired. Goods
called for and delivered. 1154 Fort
St. opp. Convent, Phone Main 483.
A. Gomes, Mgr. ; Felix Turro, late of
the Expert Hat Cleaners.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
& Co., Ltd,,
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, sr.7 Knaliumnnu St.
I will sell at public auction by or
der ot the treaiuuer, Sir. J. Wuter
tiouse, tho following
Certificates of Stocks
Nahiku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
unless the fifth nssebsment now de
llintucnt, with Interest nnd advertis
ing expenses, Is paid on or before
that date and order of sale, at the
(nice ot Alexander & Baldwin, Lim
ited, Stnngonwnld building, Hono
lulu: Ccrtlflcato No. a2C, J. II. Cnllag
I'.nn, for r0 shnro.'
Certificate No. 422, J. N. Kannulu,
for 111 shares.
Certificate) No. 730, Traill; SI. Or
tnomr. for 20 hIuius.
Treasurer Nahiku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, April 3, 1907.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A GOOD LUNCH WITH
A GLASS OF BEER
TO CHEER YOU UP
in the MIDDLE OF THE DAY.
HOTEL AND BETHEL ST8.
Tel. Main 108.
P. O. Box 182.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
... SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO 8TS.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
VON HAMM.VOUND COMPANY, LW.
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
Phone MAIN 147
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bull
tl.l and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comoleTa resume of all le
gal notloes, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7T6 per month. Weekly Bulletin)
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