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EVENINO IIULLKTIN. HONOLULU T II.. I'lUHAY. At'UIL 10. Ifiii.
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
IT GETS YOU THERE!
THAT'S WHAT AN AUTOIST WANTS.
COLUMBIA DRY BATTERY NO. 2
is the kind you may depend on. Not only has it got absolute re
liability, but it has POWER, FORCE, LIFE in bigger quantities
than any battery on the market.
Sold also by the Associated Oarage Co., Schuman Carriage Co.,
Ltd., E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Canvas Army Cots
Bought at the Military Sale. All in Good Order!
. FOR SALE AT
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
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 tell "tome
thing Just at good." We want
to tell what you call for the
real article ttandard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cot. Fort and King; Sts.
PHONE MAIN lit
A plunge bath after er.crcitc i
one of the essentials. -At Halcivrt
there is a fine plunge, splendid pol
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 Bidgocd,
Nuuaau betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K, FUIITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDER3 AND !
CARPENTRY WORK. ,
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order I
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901,
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 FORT 8f. PHONE MAIN 17.
NIQHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
GOOD COLORS EASY TO PUT ON.
& SON, Ltd,,
PHONE MAIN 390.
AND pTIIER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.'
160 IIOTKL STREET.
Phono Mnln 218.
LEX AN PER
1, H. HSRTnCHE... .General Mistgti
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to ;ny part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELICTHIC CO.,
Kcwalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
thit will make you think of home.
FH0NE MAIN 1D7.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS ON HAND
AT ALL TIMES. SEED FOR SALE.
, Mrs. E, M. Taylor
1 YOUNG BUILDING
TCL. MAIN 339.
I "FOR RENT" cards on
tt the Bulletin office.
'if'iliiMlilWiftiVirr-iiYilViY S Tm ,t
COUNTRY CLUB TO OPEN
TAKE PLACE ON APRIL 27
Thin afternoon should sec Hie com- witch n pinie In San l'rniiclsco toinor-
plolloji nn.l acceptance by tnc noosu
committee of the new clubhouse of Hie
Country Chili. Tlie work was pruc-
tlcally finished a few ln)n ago lint tho
hoit-c committee found a few chanson
which thev desired to have made be-
nm tin. liiillitlnc una finally accented
and the contractor has now ended his;
The work of clenrliiR away all
the rubbish which lias gntlicrcil
around the hulldliiR while the work
has been roIhr on, will be done very
quickly nuil tne new home of-the dull
will then be readv for occiip.mcy.
The formal opening of the club will
tako plarr on Saturday nflcriioon.
April 27, from 3 to 0 p. m. and will he
the occasion of a reception at which
tho member of the club and their
utIvm im nil PTtirrinl 10 be nroscnt.
Tho directors mid house committee are.
very busy at present with the plans
lor the reception at which refresh-
n,nli will lin kAI-vnil llllll fltllfT OIIO
of the locnl quintet clubs or the band
will furnish the music, nic wives 01
the directors will receive and will' also
take part In the preparations for tho
festivities of the day. I
The goir links will nlao be formally
opened bv the club on tho aftcruoun of
the reception and tnc plans so mr hi i:u now nciu uy cjrucnicus. om
nia le will Include a sporting event lit will make ll,i try nt the Allcntown
no llltlc Interest. It Is planned to liavo track, which has the pacing rciord of
the first ball driven 01T by U. Kaxou 2:01 held by Dau Patch.
UMiop, the president of tho club, us 1 H
the club's representative, while the Indian Joo Oiegg, of Spokane, beat
second ball Is to bo driven fiom tho I Joe Dougherty or Milwaukee In a ten
tec by (Jovcrnor'Cnrtcr. Thcie Is con- uiiinil bout nt Indianapolis on April .1.
sldcrahle belting that in both cases
the ball will be topped and whether It
will roll two, ten or perhaps even fif
teen feet may decide many bets.
Within a couplo of weeks work will
bo started on two tennis courts which
will probably be ficcly patronized by
Hie club membeis who do not play golf.
Iloth courts will be for doubles ami
will bo constructed In the best man
The orticers of the club aro as fol
lows: K. V lllshop, president: J. P. Cooke,
vice president; O. P. Wilder, second
vko president: V. II. Armstrong, sec
retary; J. O. Young, tieasurer; W. W.
Thajcr, auditor; C. 8. Holloway, U. II.
High, IC. It. Adams, J. I). Mclucruyj
and officers, Hoard of Directors. I
(rounds Committee P. II. Ann
strong, chairman; D. W. Anderson, 12.
O. White. O. L. Sorcnson and W. W.
House Committer (orcrnor Car
ter, chairman; i:. It. Adams, J. A. Wil
der, J. It. ('.alt, and J. O. Young.
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COLLEGE HAS STRONG TEAM
The Oahu Collego boys will present
a strong line-up toiuorniw night when
the) stack up against tho Diamond
Head A. 0 In the water polo match,
and It looks as though they have 11
tine chaiico to win.
Ill the relay race. It Is a different
ttnn. The Diamond Heads will huo
such men as Ciiuhu, Hwallko, 1'addi
(an, Hcrkcrt and other good men.
Tho Collego boys will ihooso their
swimmers and. water .nolo men fiom
the following: Wlthington, Cooper,
Towncsnnd. Iluunlsler. 1'razlcr. Dodge.
1 Davis, Winter and Hitchcock.
Two beautiful cups are up for each
of theso events ami they will bo con
tested very bitterly.
The young Indies who ale to partic
ipate In this show are pnic Using hard
nuil will be In fine sha;e.
Ceo. Crozlcr's Mottle Chrlsto act Is
attracting' widespread attention iind
many people wilt attend to see this
Thcie has been a brisk sato of re
served scats and a good crowd will he.
present to see tho sport.
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0L0HUS TURN THE TABLES
A few days ntjo tho Welti Ka Nlol
DowIIiik team took a fall out of thn
Ololiuc nnd de'eated them by three
pins In a match. Last nlKht at the
alleys these two teams met and n spir
ited enntebt was tho result. Tho Olo
hus lolled Knod ball and there, was
bomi) very good Individual jilajltiK.
In thn veiy first Knmc tho Olohus
broko tho alley lecord for a sIiikIo
Knmc, luukln.q; a tolVl of 810 pins, or
an uvcniqo of 1G! plus to tho mail,
Harold (llffurd curried ott flint In
dividual honors of tho ovcnliiK hy av
eniKliiK 181 plus. This Is good koIur.
Tho panics lesiilted tin follows:
Olohll 818. C71. 733 22T.U
V. K. N. 720, 723, G53 2101
.Olohu iimivUn . hi;
Kollowlu:; aro the Individual aver
ages of the placrs:
Olohu Ross. 102! Hoblnson, H7j
fllffard, 181; Watcrhouse, UC; IIIbrb.
W. K. N. Dickson, 13"; Swain, 1M;
Sprlnks. 119; Hall, 137; MeOuire, 133.
On next Tuesday evo tho Oluhiis play
tho Diamond Heads.
Tomorrow morning at 10:30 tha
Oahu colleen handlenp tourney takes
Stainfoid, Conn., Apill C Terry Me
Govern, the former chnmplon prize
Ashler, who was hroiiRht to 11 sanntor
linu heru December 9th, will leavo thn
institution today.' Dr. (livens, who in
tended McGnvein, states he Is now lu
it tt it
I Smiley ,oy may ln a bloomer, or he
may he, as Lone, claims, a Rood pitch
er, hut It seems only fair to await in-1
suits. Ho will have his 111 bt, cluuico to
rfuirtHMini Yi ti m mr i tinl'til
row niicriiiHiii. u,,,, ,,uk..i """""'"'
npcoillty whether lie is runt e of the.
Mini inai win iihikbh su i-"-" "
lie Is outclassed, the iiinnaReincnt will
Imnlly cut off lt iicwc to-spl c Its ace
by retaining Mm. 3. K Chronicle,
x tt :t tt
lunv .Ionian, lie veicrim, ntnni-
famed flRlit announcer uf the Pacini!
Coast, has returned 10 111s 0111 iuhuu 1.1
Uoslon for a Wslt. II is 111s ursi inn
cast in iwcniy-uirce jcurn. hinj
kencil through the Civil War In the
navy, lie Is spending his time hunting
up old friends that ure Mill alive, for
ho Is no chicken, being 73 ears of nge.
lie will return to the Pacific Coast In
a short time,
It it H
Annapolis. Mil.. April C. The Nnvnl
Academy eight today defeated the rep-.
resentulivcs of ucorgciown univcrsiij
In life annual boat race between the
ITCWH of tllC Iwil lUStlllltlllUS. tllO tllld-
slilpmcn being six lengths ahead at the
unisu. 1 no lime 01 me i us i-igui
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nwcei .1nr1c, uie game nine mn
vinro with a record ol 2:02. will ho
tent against the half mile track record
He forced tile fighting all the way
Only a Bhort lime ago Oregg was light
ing preliminaries to amateur bouts In
t: tt tt
A new olllelnl baseball guide for 1907
has been Issued by Jack Mcdraw, cap
tain of the1 New York giants. It con
tains many Items of Interest, one es
pecially on tho "spit ball," with Illus
trations on how to work it.
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John W. dates, the intilll-nilllloiialro
steel trust magnate of New York, Is
to become a baseball magnate. He la
dickering for the purchase of the New
London club franchise of tho Connec
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The Arctic lit othei hood, an Alaskan
fraternal foclety, composed of men
who landed In Nome lu the early clays,
has lalsrcl f.000 to eend tho eiack
Nome basketball team' 011 u tour ot
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Lviunu, who will probably do botuo
catching for the Puns when Ulngland
leaves with the Tenth Infantry, Is
bowing np -well in practice. Ho has
nn arm Hint will catch many n runner
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Petaliima.C.il., Is u city which will hit
glien a wide berth as legards Hallo
spurts. The Hoard ot Trustees, at 11
recent meeting, llxed tho llcenso at
J000 for each event of that nature.
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City Attorney .Hewitt, of Los An
geles Is trying to stoti the boxing game
In that city but ho lu up against a clt
cumuli whlcTi has other vlowu on tho
u :: it
No 111010 racing meetings lu lii
Angeles. It lias been miidii Illegal to
race Uirses, make books or sell jkioIs
fu the city. This knocks nut Abcot.
tz :t ti
l'reddle Weeks of Crlpplo Creek beat
1 1 cry linker of San r'rnnclfico In Phil-
NEW - TO-DAY
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
In token of respect to tho memory
of Past Chief Win. White, thu meet
Iiik of tho Chili iidvcrllse.d for this
c'euiiiR Is postponed.
'Tho funeral of our Into In other
will laku placo from tho Masonic
Templo, under tho auspices of the
Hawaiian LodRo, lit 3 p. 111. tniuor
low (Haturdny). All inenihoiR of the
Kenttlsh Thistlo Club lire i'ettieali."l
.IA.MIC3 C. JlcniLL.
THURSDAY, APRIL 25.
Box plan opens nt Wall, Nichols Co.
Monday, April 22d,
Have you seen that marvel of value which we are offering at
Juit the thing for travelling. .
SATIN GLORIA RUBBERIZED
CRAVENETTE C0AT8 In tan
ALL OOOq, VALUES
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 20,
AT YOUNG HOTEL.
PLAY AND CONCERT
AT THE KAMEHAMEHA SCHOOL
Saturday, April 20t!i,
BENEFIT OF THE
Concert by the GIRLS' and BOYS'
GLEE CLUB, under the direction of
KISS BYINGT0N and MR. LIVING-
.idelphhi on April .1, much to thu bin-
prlso of tho funs.
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Hunts, the "new pitcher" of the St.
Louis Alumni, is the uimo Hums who
tas with tho .Mnllcu last year.
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Tho Piinnhous will practice lit the
LeiiRiio Rrounds Monday afternoon at
Two little boys of San I'lnnclseo,
iiRed respei lively 13 nuil 11 years,'
foiiRht a duel with pocket knives re-
c cutty, to decldu who should bu first
in the affections of a little Rlrl play
mate. Ah a icMilt tho older boy lies
at the rccehliiR hospital with a deep
cut In tho shoulder.
All the new weaves and colors, wc have just receiv-.
cd, ex Hilonian, 350 pieces, NO TWO ALIKE. Style
and qualities arc all that could be desired. '
L. B. Kerr
COAT, In grey, navy, black, green
and grey, at
AND NEW GOODS.
cs '--: ,
MAY WE BE OF A88ISTANCE
There are many hard placet In a
housewife's life that can be crossed
without much trouble when a skillful
hand Is the guide.
Butter-buying, for Inttaneo. It Is a
worry and a trouble to many and ynt
It Is such an easy thing to get the
best. Simply say
to your dealer or 'phone the order to
G. Q.Yee Hap&Co.,
WATER POLO AND RELAY RACE
For Cups ,
MONTE CRI8TO ACT
YOUNQ LADIES WILL
8WIM AND DIVE
HAWAIIAN SWIMMING CLUB.
Reserved Seats 50c
SALE AT THE BATHS.
'For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
& Co., Ltd.,
1 ; 'iinji
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30, '
AT 12 "O'CLOCK NOON,
nt my salesroom, Sf.7 Knahumanu St,
I will sell nt public iiuctlon by or- (
dor of tho treasurer, Mr. J. Water
house, the following
Certificates of Stocks
Nahiku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
tinleis the nflh nsiessmeni now no
llnnuent, with Interest anil advertls-
Inc expenses, Is piild on or before
that dato and order of sale, nt tho
office of Alexander & Ilaltlwln, Lim
ited, StnuBcnwald liulldlUR, Hono
lulu: Ccrtlflcato No. 32(1, J. II. CnlliiR
him, for CO shares.
Certificate No. 122, J. N. Knnaulu,
for 10 shares.
Certincato No. 735, Frank M. Or
mond, for 20 shares.
Trasuror Nahiku SiiRnr Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, April 3, 1907.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A Good Lunch
A Glass of Beer
HOTEL AND BETHEL 8TS'.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White 3and and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD .1
..,.. SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO ST8.
FOR" RENT OR FOR SALE.
VON HAMM.VOUNG COMPANY, Ltd,
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
Leading Hat and
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
We clean all kinds of hats. Clothes
clcanedl dyed and repaired. Goods
called for and delivered. 1164 Fort
St. opp. Convent, Phone Main 493.
A. Gomes; Mrt. ; Felix Tttrro, late of
the Expert Hat Cleaners.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY WL
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