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evening numrriy. Honolulu t ii wi:dni:sqav. ai-ml 21, 1007.
WILL LAST LONGER AND IS STRONGER
THAN ANY OTHER SPARKING BATTERY.
COLUMBIA DRY BATTERY NO, 2
THE AUTOIST'S FRIEND!
Sold also by Associated G rage Co., Schuman Carriage Co.,
Ltd., E. 0. Holt & Son, Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Lid.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE MAIN 390.
.). .,. --4
: A Choice
. Pleases even one. We ran leae you by furnishing you
,. that kind rt 16c per lb.
THE OORC .
Seretania, Alakea aid Union.
AND OTHBIt PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
Ill HOTHL. STREET.
ri.or.e Mala 21.0
i. H. HERTsJCHE....Oeneral Manager
Get the Best
8m anything advertised
Come here and get It
OCT THE GENUINE.
No "Jutt ae good" talk here.
We don't want to sell "some
thing jutt aa good." We want
to toll what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kl.ij Sts.
PHONE MAIN 111
iwwv'1.jw ;n. j
A plvnfc bath after exercise is
one of tke esinrials. At Haleiwa
there is a Ine plunje, splendid yoU
link and tennis court. Wide, roo-
my verandas, snleitdid sleeping
rooms, most of them mosquito proof, I
and tke best cuisine in the country.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Nuutwu betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K, FUIITA & CO,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901.
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 FORT 8T. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIQHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAGER
Tools that arc re
are ready when
you arc tools that
will do liaril work
on hard material.
Such tools are
Bach the best
of Its kind.
Each bears the
We have just received a "
new stock of
Metal Gutting Saws
See our window display
E 0. Hall & Son,
FORT AND KING STS.
Bookings Will be re
for the Steamship
Leaving Honolulu for
San Francisco;May J J
W. G. Irwin & Co.
JUT Fine Job Printing at the Bui
STIRS HILO PEOPLE;
LEAGUE STANDS PAT
. (Special Ilullctln Wireless)
1111.0. Hawaii, April 21. The qucHtlon of Sundny baseball
In agitating the lltlo public.
The llaseball League met Ivt night nnil IihIiiIroiI In n vigor-
ous discussion on Stimlny baseball . Itcv. Mr. Shields addressed
4 the meetliiB nnil urged that the R.imcs lie piaycu sacuruuy uiicr-
. Members of the League lopllcd Hint onorts ,u nuirnny cios-
Iiir hail been n failure, as mcrrh-nts nay II would Rive the trailo
to Oriental stores. The. I.eaKiic voted tOMjlick to the Sunday
schedule, as before adopted.
Several das bro the League
build n Brand-stand on condition
.. ,,!..,., I Piimla lmvn since been
ltev. Mr. Shields will continue
jj. ., .. 4. 4. .5. . :
MONEY HJE UK
Hob ITzilnimous probably mailo ai
Rrciu ueai more inuii juuu 1.. auiiivuu
derived from his rltic battles. It would
be n dlfllcult task to give the exact fig-1
ures, showliiR the auiouiit won by ci
ther man In what Is probably meant at
rcRiilar battles In the miicil arena, but
I us Kltzslmmuiis has foiiRht 11 Rreal
' ...n... .....wn U....1. I...I.1..U .l.na. U.. III.. .11
lllllll(. IIIWIV nil. II UI.fc.IV3 .11.1.1 .II.II..I.I.
It N but natural to conclude that his
eaiuliiRS In this respect were unit li
Rrcatci than those of the great am!
unly John I-
When the blR, Rood-heaited fellow
from Ilnstnn was the heavy wclcht
champion the MnKes foiiRht for weic
lllve U lllllltMllll I'UIlllK.lL'll 111 11 IllOUll
tnlu since Jim Corbetl mailo the IiIr
fellow di-o.ti from exhauiitlon after
chustnx him for Iweiity-ouc rounds
iirii'UHl the rliiR at New Orleans In the
fall or 1SD2. It Ih doubtriil whether
John I., nnd his backers ipill better
than even on Sullivan's carnliiRs In
the prize ilni; durliiR the ten cars lu!
which he was champion.
Sullivan atconlliiR to statistics, en
gaged In unly nix prize rliiR battles
durliiR his entire career. He knocked
out Jack Donaldson In ten roiuuh in
Cincinnati. Then he put John l'lood
out of the ri'iinltiK in elRht rounds on
i. nurRC on t!in Hudson Illvcr, opiHisltn
Youkers. Next ho foiiRht a 3U-roiind
draw with Charley Mitchell at Clinn
tllly, rrauce. The followliiR jear he
lathed with Jake Kllialii and defcut
'(I him In tcvcnty-flvo rounds at I.lch
biiri. Jllss. Three ears later he met
his .Vutciloo at the hands of Jim Coi
belt In twenty-one rounds nt New Up
leans While John I., won four out
o! his six prlzo rliiR battles. It is ill
mo't it ceitalnty that he lost moie in
Ills drawn battles with Mitchell and
iv'.ien he was defeated by Corbelt tlnn
he hud won by his four victories
The OI.Muplc Club of New Origins
r trend Hob ritzslmnions ami .I.U'ii
Dcmisey a puic of $11,000, to 1.4 di
vided In the follow Iiir manner: Ten
thousand dollars to the winner nnd
11,000 to the loser, ritzslmnions prob
ably receUed more nionej out of that
one IIrIiI than John U received out
of his four wliiiiliiR battles I'ltzslm
liions hns partUlpaled in about tlfteei
Keniiluo prize Wir battles la this
The New Orleans club offered u
$10,000 purse for the Kltzslmmons
Hnll flRht, to be divided. $37,500 to the
winner and $2,000 to the loser. Pltz
won by a knockout in thn fourth round
but was unable to collect the entire
amount duo him, but did collect, nc
fonJIiiE to Hob himself, about one-half
the amount. Kltzslununns received
$10,000 for his victory over Mnher In
Old Mexico and it is understood that
be received not less than $15,000 for his
share of the purso and pictures In his
l.nltln with Jim Corbctt at Carson City,
ntzslmmniis lost the entire purso
when be foiiRht Tom Shnrkcy In San
I'liim-Isco, but gut even when ho mot
I he Sailor at Coney Island. While he
was defeated twlco by Jim Jeffries, It Is
known that he Rot a Rood loser's end,
particular!) In the last battle, llu
made $.'000 for poIlshluR off poor old
Dun Creednn nnd netted a similar
i amount for handliiR the sleep produe-
im. wallop to (ins llulillu. llu illil not
Net much out of his first two battles
In America wills Hilly McCarthy 111
ror Want Column See Page !
All In Rood condition: Outi oak ex
tension dlnliiR liiblo; ono 8-ft. plno
tuble; twelve ca no-seat chairs;
eight plain chalis; two oak book
cases, glass Hunts, both very
Rood, one sectional book case.; live
chalis. Can be seen at I'aclllo
Transler Co.'s Warehouse, 120 S.
KIiir Bt ; Tel. Main C8.
Yoiiiir in. ui us illy salesman bv
wholesale uroeer) house AddieAH
"C," llulletln. 3071-lw
refused an offer of funds to
that no Sunilav Raines would be
nis cnorts io prevent annua v
Fan Francisco and Arthur ITphnni In
New Orleans, lie was satisfied with
:nu rnrnln? Ih Ihe (leorcc fhirdiicr
I'jlit nnd tucked nway n nice llttlo
bi.ndlo when Ju ! O'Hrlcn secured Jhe
decision over him In Trlsco.
While It Is true that John U has
made u fortune In rIvIiir sparrliiR ex
hibitions anil In thojn four and six
louud contests Kl 111 I'itzslmmons lias
acLiimiilnted it nice nest crr In tho
John U ban lieen out of tho boxing
ranio since his defeat by Corbctt In
U!)2, while ritr has been practically
actively eiiRaRed In pugilism ever
fifteen years iiro purses weic rarc
lv heard of. I'liclllsts hud to bad:
themselves In many cases. If a boxer
Im.l .. Ilnniinl .1 l....1r I tir- III. .lltlf I Of
ll.l.l ll. lit ...(.. ...i ..... .,i..r. " ."
how Rood fie was, he iuIrIiI as well
have Rot n Job worl.lni; ns a lalsirer ns
to try and serure u match. Now tho
fiichters wn.nl Riiaranleed purses that.
In many Instances, would be In excess
of tho Ratii receipts, besides special
trains or automobiles to carry them to
unit front the rliiR side, i:olutton hns
ceilalnly wroiiRht wonders, not only
In the development of (lie flRhter's
ci.iulum, but In money matleis as well.
Additional Cable Newa on Page 1.
NEW CHINESE MINISTER
I'ekliiR. April 23. LI Chine KatiR,
run of 1.1 HiiUR CliaiiR, has been ap
pointed Chinese MluUter of l:iiKl.ind.
Washington, Apill 2S. rn'sident
IlooiOM'll has Issued a letter lepl.vlliR
to the criticisms of his iccent couplliiR
of the iiauiea of Hurriiuaii, Mojcr and
Haywood as undesirable citizens and
rcalllrmlus the statements In which
he declared them to be dlscrcdltors ot
Haywood nnd Muter were the niov-
Iiir spirits in the miners' doubles In
tho not I Invest mill aie now In an
Idaho piison chai'Kcil with complicity
In the murder of ex-Omeruor Stciiiicu-
lurR ot that State.
VENEZUELA HAS PLAGUE
CartaRciiu. April SJ. Three liundrod
plague patients are In tho hospltuls.
The following letter with the names
rlluiliialt'il Is a sample of the endeavors
ot boiiic of tho uou-cltlzeii population
to expiess themselves:
The Honolulu Apill 10. 1007.
However, How do jou do sir did I
want to speacklug for this Is paper 1
just must writ Iiir to scud, letter you
ami but I ask for ou but what ou
thing the I novcr to get, Threo week
this Is but I been to bend
inline for one dollar anil this
Is fur money price all send ulie.uly that
' but because ou have some
more but you Roue to send for
Japanese store. jem gone to
"end plciiao I am namo tt Is
TEETH preserved to middle age are
pretty sure to last out one's life time.
The greatest known presrvatlve of the
teeth is SOZODONT. Why? Because
belng'an Alkaline and Antiseptic Liq
uid, It penetrates the minutest crev
ices of the teeth, destroying the dead
ly mouth acids and purifying the
whole tooth structure,
soi.b Aa 1 rvie FOR
REDFERN-Every Pair Guaranteed
SOc to $S.50
, We carry these two celebrated makes in many styles, giving
in every line and curve assurance of the production of a good fig
ure. Ladies' Knit Vests
An assortment in a variety of styles and materials.
Regular shoulder-straps, ribbon straps for evening wear, high
neck with long or short sleeves, low neck with short sleeves.
FHOM TEN CENTS UP.
ALSO UNION SUITS FOR LADIES AND MISSES.
KOHALA SCHOOL TO
Kohnla. Hawaii, April 22. Follow-
hit lu Iho tiif.irri.lii It. In. irllcn linru
Saturday, Apill 27, .it thu Kohnla dlrls' j
a) Kin' Fest llurg. ...Maitlu Luther
tb) To Theu Hawaii l'onol ....... Arr.
iest Thee on This Mossy I'lllow . . .
The Water Lily
urr. from (jade, (. I". Wilson
''omc to the Woodlands Dunn
The Lost Chord Sullivan
(arr. In live parts by Uarilctl)
npsy l.lfo II. Schumann
(a) A Summer Day McCabc
li) Lullaby Urobilin
Hawaii IMxar Ncwcoulbo
(n) On Music's Wins ....Mendelssohn
(hi The Alphabet Mozart
(c) Old Plantation David Napu
'The National Flower" .Mrs. C. Adams
(An operetta In three acts.)
. .. Uella Kaulelnainoku
Onion Flora Kaulelnainoku
Thistle Kvu Nelpo
uneie Mam Mr. J. A. Teiupletun
Candidates fur the position of Na
tional Flower hove been summoned to
appear heroic Judgo and Jury, theru to
plead each ono her own rase. Oeca
ulnnnlly weeds stray In and consternu
tlon Is Rieat when an onion looks lu
on the scene. Tho Jury, which will
lllustiato the way Judicial affairs will
be disposed of when women uro ellRlblo
io olllec uctliig under instructions
limn the JiiiIrc, tries to decldo In favor
of Ihe most useful as well as tho most
beautiful flower. Undo Sam volunteers
to give some valuable. Information,
after' which tho 11-jwers express their
hearty approval of the one chosen and
Ihe contest happily and sntlsractorlly
Tho BU8INE8S MAN '8 HANDY IN
OEX, published In the Saturday Bulla
tin and the Weekly Edition, glvea a
concise and complete resume of all le
jr.l notlcea, calls for tenders, ludn
monts, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75t per month. Weekly Bulletin,
1 Bar year
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
ALAKEA STREET, BETWEEN HOTEL AND KING.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
COMMENCING THIS SATURD AY MORNING
APRIL 20TH, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
PRICES REDUCED FROM 25 c TO SOc ON THE DOLLAR.
DRESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
READY-TO-WEAR CLOTniNO, NECKWEAR, HATS, CAPS,
HOSIERY AND SHIRTS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND 8LIPPERS.
This is your time to buy; call early and secure first choice.
L B. KERR &
OF HAWAII COUNTY
IN A TRANCE
The Homo Hulv Hoard of Supervls'
ots of the County of Hawaii have Just
rumo out oi one of their trances and
leallzcd that they have It lu their
power to Usuc bonds. Hut the awaken-
nig came loo lute to do them any good
lor two jcars ut least.
On the ICtn a bill became u law
which allows counties to Issue lunula.
Hut siHh bond issues must have the an-
pi oval of the Lcglslatuic and the Gov
ernor, and It takes at least five dajs to
Speaker Holstelu of the House this
luornliiR received the follow Iiir w lic
it ss rroui Hllo:
Holstelu, Speaker, Honolulu.
Can )ou obtain two days to allow
pastaRc of Act iatlfiiiR Hawaii bom!
Issue. Itesolutlou coming by Klunu,
Answer with suRRestlons.
To which the Speaker tent thu fol
Imjiosslblii leccss. Resolution by
Klnaii too late. Session exjdrea Wed
nesday. Takes live days to pass hill,
rheiefore iiulhlng can be done.
Tho somnolence of thu Supervisors
of Hawaii coupty means that that Is
land must lag behind In Internal Im
provements while Maul, the Itepubllcan
Supervisors ot which were nwake, can
Bo ahead with the work It hns lu view.
As soon as tho bill authorlzliiR nulli
ties to Isjuc bonds became a law. the
Maul delegation Introduced a hill to
conflini the resolution passed by the
.Maul Supervisors iiuthorlzliiR the Issu
ance of $110,000 ninth of bunds. ThlJ
bill has ulieady passed the House.
Copies of the county authorization
Act weie sent to Hllo as soon as the
bill was pi luted, but It took the Super
Vlsois theie so long to wiike up that
i..oy will not he able to get their bond
K BAND CONCERT R
The blind will rIc a public moon
light conceit tonight ut Aala Park,
commencing at 7::i0 o'clock. Follow
ing Is tho proiam:
March "The Victor" I'rjnr
uvertuie Alimony and Cleopatra"
llallad "Ciion und Moon" .... Fisher
Selection "Fantana" Hubbcll
Vocal American Songs.. nr. by Herger
selection "Find e- e-deo".. Strom berir
Intermezzo "Golden Hod" ...McKlnlcv
l'inale-"Old A"aualntatico ... Llddch
"The Star S,:rT?led Uanner."
Ji-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the nulletln office.
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, Su7 Kouliiimtuu St.
I will sell at public auction by or
der of the troasmer, Mr. J. Watcr-
bouts, the followine
Certificates of Slocks
Nahiku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
uuleos tho fifth asisssiueut uow de
linquent, with lntoreat and ndrertls
Ine expenses, Is paid on or tutors
that date and order of aalo, at the
office of Alexander t Haldwln, Lim
ited, Stangenwatd building. Hono
Csrtlioato No. J!. J. II. Cnllag
han, for SO shares.
Certificate No. 421!, J. N. Kanaulu,
for 10 shares.
Certificate No. 7X5, Franlc XL Or
tnond, for 20 shares.
Treasurer Nahiku Bugar Co , Ltd.
Honolulu, April tt, 1007.
JAC. F. MORGAN,
A Good Lunch
A Glass of Beer
HOTEL AND BETHEL 8T8.
Tol. Main 191.
P. O. Box 102.
E. .. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sowars, (trading, Paving,
Teaming, Crurhed Rock.
Black and White 8and and Soli
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH 4 KAWAIAHAO 8T6.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
1 J VON HAMM.VOUNO COMPANY, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
I; Leading Hat and
' Clothes Cleaners
GOOD WORKMAN3HIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
We clean all kinds of hats. Clothes
cleaned, dyed and repaired. Goods
icalled for and delivered. 1151 Fort
St. opp. Convent, Phone Main 403.
i A. Gomes, Mtrr, ; Felix Tttrro, late of
the Expert Hat Cleaners.
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