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EVENING nUM.ETIN, HONOLULU T. II., SATURDAY, AI'IHL 13, 1907,
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Good Wagon Paint Saves Wagons
I( you want your wagon to last the longest
possible time, keep it in good condition with
and Implement Paint
E. O. HALL
THE BATTERY IN YOUR AUTO IS
LIKE "THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN."
COLUMBIA DRY CELL NO. 2
is the kind you want "behini the gun". It gives 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., Schuraan Carriage Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., 1 d.
OFFICE: KING near ALAKEA ST. PHONE MAIN 390.
Get the Best
See anything advertised
Come here and get It
GET THE GENUINE.
No "Just as good" talk here.
We don't want to ictl "some
thing Just as good." We want
to sell what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort-arid Kill; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J31
A plunge brth after exercise is
one of the essentials. At Haleiwa
there is a fine plunge, splendid golfrf
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 Wiip Up! j
The best smoke sold in
this market. Try it,
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
Alexander Young Bldg,
Nuuanu betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K. FUJITA & CO.!
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order
NUUANU 8T. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901.
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.,
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAGER
MRS. DORIS. E. PARIS
has received a new supply of DR. E.
E. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
1180 FORT ST.
Manirurinpr. Scalp Treatment and;
EASY TO PUT ON.
& SON, Ltd.,
AND KINO STS.
AND OTIIl.It PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
15C IIOTHL, STUKET.
I'l.nr.o Mnln 218.
III! I Mil
) ' ' ,L.,.i
J. H HSrjTQSHE... .General Manage-
-am''-"-ir'iH Ii-oti pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELICTIIIC CO..
Kcwalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
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.j
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
cards on sale
zt the Bulletin office.
JAM II ON
H (ID IMS
Willi n brink breeze jcMeidny nt
U'nlklhl, which was aided by the
ilout lungs of Secretary Jack Atkin
son, the larks, or little rectangular
bonlH, nt Wnlkll.1 sailed off their race,
which wan to have been held at thu
time or the Wiilklkl regalia. The
totirso was from the Mo.uia pier to n
buoy ort .1 H. Castle's residence, back
to another buoy of I'rcil. Macfarlano'B
liorne. and then to the KtartltiR point.
Ilnrrv Stolner's'Tliin. which ran let
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an enormous spread o sail, "-
w tnter In the race, ami took t c en.
while the llealan . belomjlnfi to Akn
1.(1. lUUIt tl 1111411,1-1 .,,, Mi... .-.
place The prizes were presented to
the winners by Jack Atkinson, who
delivered them with the grace which
(an only he scan when the act Is per
formed by one of n person of Jack's
BI WHITE ROCK
PLAV AT HALEIWA
The next White Itock golf tourna
ment will tnke place at the Hnlclwa
links on Mn f. nnd nlrendy tho hotel
manageiuent Is preparing special fen
turd which will make the occasion
even better than usual. In the
meantime Malinger Hldgood has nr
winged to hold a epcclnl hotel tourna
ment on April 2S. Tho hotel will put
up two special prizes for this event.
On the evening of April 27. being
moonlight, the Hnlclwa Hotel will
glvo u dance and u specially -good
tunc. An orchestra of nlno pieces hits
leen engaged to go down from Ho
nolulu and dancing on the bioad Ia
nnis will be nmong the pleasures
which tliiwo going down will lie of
reied as an attraction. The paillcs
ol this kind were so well attended
'ast year that tho hotel management
will niako them of monthly occur
rence during tho present season.
According to parties who mado tho
trip to Wnlalua last Sunday In auto
mobiles, the roads nro In line condi
tion. I.. O. Kellogg, the local attor
ney, with Mr. Iiml Mrs. James I).
Fchuyler and liumaniiel h'rlc'dlacndor
In his party, made tho trip down In
one honr and forty minutes' actual
i mining time.
The work which has been done In
the Wnlnlua district In grading tho
Uevp hills has shown Its effect and
mnild the way for thu man nt tho
wheel much easier than It has been
in the Inst. There Is practically no
dust at this end of the unite, which
is also a gieat relief to the ailtolsts.
Ilosldes the Kellogg party tho fol
lowing wcio nt Hnlclwa Hotel last
Sunday In their machine!: J. T.
Wnrren, Win. I.. Wmren, Miss 13.
Weithiniillcr nnd Miss M. II. Mack;
II. J. l.md, Hon. W. II. P. Itoth. K.
II Humphrey and T. I.. Young; Mr.
nnd Mrs. .1. .1. Reiser, Miss M. Mi-Ait-diowa
ami l !'. Jenkins,
THOMPSON ill A
. ' Mfflini mil
I lick llylaiid nnd C clone Thump-
n fought twenty desperate rounds
In Hicamlanil Pavilion Inst night nnd I Tho gaum of polo Is onco moru
when the 11 mi 1 gong had Mutinied' rceeMng a great deal of attention
whuh ended llio encounter Hcfcreo'iinil It is expected that'theia will lie
Jiii'l. Welsh raised Ills hands over his J man) games during the i timing, sou
licnil to signify that ho called the ton. , The Oahu ponies nro doing very
toui a draw, thus dividing tho lion-' well and the following players nro
ors jietwccit the gomci lighters. Hy- expected out when tho llrst prarliso
hjiid had a lead over his opponent (ommemes: (ieo. Dcnlson, llnrobl
throughout the greater portion of tho Dillingham, Waller Dillingham, J. It.
Pght on actual boxing points, but Kleniliig, Alton Clougli, C. llnrtwell,
Welsh always has a kindly feeling A. 1 Jitdd, G. Angus, It. Shingle, O.
for tho man who Is tho aggressor. ' n. Cooke, It. Cooke, S. M. Il.illou, S.
and Ibis was tho uutility which sav
ed Thompson the humiliation of de
feat Persons who have seen Thompson
in a number of his lights were of the
opinion that he weakened himself In
milking the ringside weight, as bis
punches fiom the blurt seemed to
lack punishing power. For sovon
i minds Thompson's showing was a
disappointment, and he seemed in
Siiuch distress, As early as tho fifth
I on nil his seconds wcro giving him
Etlmulants. Thompson commenced
to Impiovu In tho eighth round and
from that on ho did not seem In dan
gcr of being knocked out at any time.
His best blow was a straight left to
the lie.nl, which cut llylnnd about
tho mouth badly and gave his face n
puffy appearance. Ho seemed n bad
Judge of illstnucp at all times, ninny
of his blows going wide of their in-
tended mark That ho did not liavo
his usual stamina was evidenced by
tlie fact that ho seemed to light him
self out In tho Hist minute of each
louiiil, after which time there
little steam behind his punches.
Ilyland lias not guincd unj thing In
his cleverness for somo time. He Is
still slow and Is fur from being n
true hitler, which iiuillty mnrks the
polished ling uoi'ksmaii. Ho doMil-
a loi of attention early In
light to the klilnc) punch which ho
learned fiotn Tommy West nnd which I
he uses vfrlth marked bucccss. Ho.
soon had Thompson's left able n livid!
led, but he did not follow up this nd-1
Mintage, nbamlonlnR that mode of at
tack before he had gone half the
Journey. He landed right nnd left
swings pn Thompion's Jaw which
were enough to put any ordinary
lighter out of commission, but they
seemed to hnc no effect on thu Cy
clone, who kept boring In contin
ually. Neither man was knocked down
throughout the light, although ninny
of tlio blows were hard enough to put
the ordinary ninn down, llylnnd was
liiu 'imiiuiii niiiii uwmu. ,i,,u,i
10 fllVorllc In thol.ctllnK at all
wc o wng n 0 t0 I0
tered the ling the prevailing price
was (5 1-2 to 10. The men weighed
In the ring, llylnnd wearing Ills
Hunks nnd nocks, while Thompson
weighed In stripped. Among the no
tables Introduced by Announcer Hilly
Jordan, who, by the way, was ju ex
cellent voice, was Tex ltlcknrd. who
was heralded as the "Napoleon of
(lotdllcld, honest Tex Itlckard."
she mm hub
Tho nmrrled men got theirs on tho
,mM ,,,,,, nlCVg 11Bl veiling when
they went up against the singles, Tho
married men took a good lead In tho
first game, only to lose In the next
two. Tho game created much niliuso
incnt and tho married men lost with
following- ls tho icsult of tho
games nnd Individual averages:
Singles SID "Ct GUI 2220
Married 023 CIS 7G5 2030
Individual averages Young, 170;
MrOuIre, 1R1; Uoblnson, 151; Wu
terlniise, HS; Castle. 110; Sprlnks,
139; Olffnrd. 139; Itos, 133; Lord,
133; Way. US.
The next nnd most Important
match to be lolled on the nllcys will
lake place on Monday ucnlug ut S
c'tloek when the Olohus meet tho
Wcla kn Nlol loam In the last louiid
of the tciini, tournament.
TIHK FEII POLO
One week fiom tonight thu Dia
mond Head Athletic Club and O.ihu
College wilt meet in their second
match game of 'water polo at tho Ho
tel Hatha. This match Is being look
ed forward to with Interest by thoso
who saw tho first mntch and those
who will lituc a chance to sea this
Tho llaths people lime offered cups
for the water polo in.it ill ami also u
i clay i nro between Oahu College nnd
the Diamond Heads. This show will
bo the second Ladles' Night held at
the n.iths. Tho Horry girls will par
ticipate in Homo diving and swim
ming. Thcsa girls nio by far the
lest l.idj swimmers In Hawaii.
Tli ii Hawaiian Swimming Club will
ii1o pull off Mima of their wonderful
Tickets will bo on sale at the ll.iths
W. Mucfarlaiie, Dr. I'll-
Mi field, lino of the best shot gun
I'icii on Maul, Is In town. It Is hop
ed that tluoug'.i him u shoot with tho
marksmen of that Island may ho nr
President Paul Isouhorg of tho Ho
nolulu llaschal! League leaves on
'April 23 for Kttropo on a trip for his
Jockey McAullffa has returned
1 1 cini FIJI and will take In tho Fourth
of July nice meet at 1 1 1 Hi.
Tho Honolulu (inn Club will shoot
" "''""l inairn lomoriow iiioiuing
the Kakuako traps,-
Tho Pacific Tennis Club will hold a
singles touriinuieut dm lug tho com
I :t tt ::
The leucines play the Anchois in
tho Retail Liquor Dealers' League to
morrow. t: it x
Them will bo foursome play lit
the Sloamilua links toinorioiv.
ON SATURDAY MORNING WE WILL 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 LlNEN, for
merly $4.50; reducci to ?2.50
Lot 3 PURE IRISH LINEN, HAND EMBROIDERED, for-
v mcrly $5.00; reduced to ?3.i0
Lot 4 FRENCH HAND EMBROIDERED, formerly $0.50;
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 will begin on SATURDAY MORNING and last till MON
DAY EVENING, unless disposed of earlier. At the above prices
they will probably nil be sold on Saturday.
K BAND CONCERT K
K X .1 K )f K V ( X X 5C V S V X ?(
The band will glvo a public concert.
this afternoon nt Anln Park, com
mencing nt i o'clock. Following Is
March: "Tho Specials" Phillip
Otcrturc: "Paragon" Ilarimrd'
Intermezzo: "Cherry" Albert
Selection: "The (lovcrnor's Son". .
March: "Tho Kaglcs" Schullz
Selection: "Tho Star" O'llaro
Waltz: "Tho Dream Olrl". . . .Harlem
Match: "Thunder unci Diazes"...
"Tho Stnr-Spanglcd Hanncr"
STERE0PTIC0N LECTURE I
Tickets for the reruiid blereoptlcon '
lccturo to bo glM'ii nt tho St. Iiti.t
College Hall Saturday evening nt 7:3"
o'clock by tho noted traveler and lec
tin er Dr. C. A. Payee, may be re
served nt tho Tcrrltorln Slessengcr
Service olllce. Telephone Main No.
361. Subject. "A Rnmblo Tluoiiuli
nmope." Kugland, France, Holland,
the Hhlnc, Switzerland nnd Italy.
ADS. PAY -IfCl
For Want Column Sec Page lx
Ring up 1'
Australian sheep does.
It Ihcnborg. Slain 27R.
Cheap - I'lne, tool, iiioN(tiltopioof
himsukeeplng moms, elect lie lights
and licit bath. Phono llluo 132.
Hy lady and geiitlniiian, board u
lodging witli a pilvatu family. Ad.
dress P. (), II. nt!8, 30I.S-U
Come and see our NEW NECKWEAR, NEW PANAMA HATS
with bands to match, These must be seen to be appreciated.
PANTS AND COATS, new
SHIRTS in checks, stripej and solid colorsall the new fads,
SOCKS, lace fronts, stripes, tan and black.
This is the finest display wo have ever made.
Lu B. Kerr
MAY WE DE OF ASSISTANCE
There are many hard places In a
housewife's life that can be crosted
without much trouble when a skillful
hand Is the guide.
utter-buying, for instance. It Ii a
worry and a trouble to many. and yet
It Is such an easy thing to get the
best. Simply say
to your dealer or 'phone the order to
Leading Hat and
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Wc clean all kinds of hats. Clothes
cleaned, dyed nnd repaired. Goods
called for and delivered. 1154 Fort
St. opp, Convent, Phone Main 493.
A. Gomes, Mgr.; Felix Turro, late of
the Expert Hr.t Cleaners.
CV BULLETIN ADS. PAY
styles with cuff buttons the latest
Auction Sale ,
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
nt inv salesroom, 8fi7 Kiialiiiinanii St.
I will sell nt public- auction by or
der of tho treasurer, Mr. J. Water
house, tho following . "
Certificates of Stocks
Nahiku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
unless the fifth assessment now do
liiuiueiit, with Interest and mlvei Us
ing expenses, Is paid on or before
that dato nnd order of sale, nt tho
office of Alexander & llaldwln, Lim
ited, StniiKeiiwald building. Hono
lulu: CerUllcato No. 320, J. II. Cnllag
ban, for fit) shares.
Cerlllleato No. 422. J. N. Knnaulu,
for 10 shares.
Certlflento No. 73H, Frank St. Or-
mond, for 20 shares.
' j. wATi:iuioL'si:,
Treasurer Nahiku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, April 3. 11)07.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A GOOD LUNCH WITH
A GLASS OF BEER
TO CHEER Y0V UP
in the MIDDLE OF THE DAY.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
' Lord and Belser
Dredging, Oewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soli
OFFICE AND YARD
SOUTH O. KAWAIAHAO STS.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
VON HAMM-VOUNO COMPANY, Ltd,
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
Phone MAIN J47
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