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EVENING! DUI.1.RT1N. HONOLULU T II . SATURDAY. AI'MI. 27, 1H07
WILL LAST LONGER AND IS STRONGER
THAN ANY OTHER SPARKING BATTERY.
COLUMB'A DRY BATTER! NO. 2
THE AUTOISrS FRIEND!
Sold also by Associated G.-.mgo Co., Schuman Carriapc Co.,
Ltd., E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., I d.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE MAIN 390,
. . .;. .) 4-
t A Choice
Pleases every one. Wc can
that kind rt IGc per lb.
1 iuc per iu,
Berctania, Alakea and Union.
AND OTHP.It PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO
i5c iiotpl, stiu:i:t.
1I or M-iln 21S
Tl NINO 01 ai!nti:i:d
J. H, HERTBCHE... .General Managei
Get the Best
See anything advertised
Come here and get It
GET THE GENUINE.
No "Jutt at good" talk here.
We don't want to sell "tome
thing Juit as good." We want
to sell what you call for the
real articlestandard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and Kiiig Sis.
PHONE MAIN M
armojmMMJj j i uiy..uaui. tt "
Manager Bidgood has ar
ranged for pleasant enter
tainment at HALEIWA for
tomorrow and next day.
You had better secure your
St. Clair Bidgood,
Nuuanu betw. Hotel nnd King Sts.
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order
nuusnu ni, iuit. isursui.
PHONE WHITE 001.
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1110 TORT Or PHONE MAIN 170.
NIQHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAGER
plea you by furnishing you
mAmim'jMr w .
Tools that arc re
are ready when
jou arc tools that
will do bird work
o n hard material.
Such tools are
Each the best
of Uo kind.
EacTi bears the
We have just teceived a
new stock of
Metal Gulling Saws
Sec our window display
E 0. Hall & Sen,
FORT AND KING STS.
It is time you knew something about
Rcnl Butte? Quality.
AN INTRODUCTION TO
will show jou the difference between
thc best nnd thc indifferent kinds.
Its flavor is sweet nnd appetizing.
It is free from coloring nnd chemicals
of any kind.
It is protected against dirt and
germs by a waxen label with the
6J;,U of thc VIOLETS on it
0. Q, Yee H0P& 0O.
Fine Job Prlntlnn at the Bul
I Joy Will
r I LH sLl . . m. M m . kn
ll.miey .Io Is homesick hut he has
no thought of hrcaklng his conti.ut
ultli the S.m I'rnnclsco brll tenm.
such Is the report brought by the
kteiimshlp Alameda this morning.
One of the bos who returned wild In
regard to ll.ime .
"The big bo) has been quite sill:
mid he is homesick nil right, hut hi
will make good without a doubt If he
stns with the tcini All of his team
males speak hlghlj of his work In
prnctlic nnil nil arc sure that he will
make good when put In the box. lie
has alrcndv done Rome gieat work In
piaitkc R.tnici mid It has liern dim
cult (or Long to find a mnn to rntch
him. lie has found the gmoo to tho
I lato nil light and ho ran put tbcni
"The Ihijh who are knocking liar
vvi In Vrlsio me thr lon who har
gone up from tho Island shoro anil j
ho flinuld liuvc stood h) him Hut
no; thrj urr telling all kinds of talcs
about bis going to the had and tln 1
r he has mid feet' mid tho like, j
Hut jou don't bear the Prism 1cin
llnrnrj Is linnicsltk. lie stood j
the other day 11 1 the doik when the
Mniueiln was iiliout to Ic.ino mid ho
had tears III his ris. 'I want to goj
home hut I rnu'l,' hr said, and lie
meant It Hut he has the gilt to
-tlik lo It and tiy nnd ninku gool
"DliK Hilliuan is uir noy who 1111s
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out ill iJii'.iiuitiim .i.iiiimi .imi ji-
lertnlnb was on tho bum. Ho nnd
t'nother man who was as had as DUk surlivr Iiiukra jiassril wllhuut a 111111
werc hooteil out of tho ling ulnitiHt.' )Ur T, XU1S t,c 111()Bt imiKirliuit
It w is rrrtainly a limn rxliliiltion.
Dirk lo'.t tho ileclslnn nnd he should
lmc but It us will 118 the other fel
low Thr j were hooted and they de
tt It tt
This afternoon Is tho opening ol
tho milling boason nnd all thn mem
bers of the hub will take part In tho
iiilsc to Wnlnnae Prom tho looks
of things this morning there will not
be vei much wind but with ns big n
crowd as Is going thorn will be n good
time oven If It is 11 drifting match to
The I. a I'.ilom.i, Hrlenc, Knpolel,
Oladja, Kiimehnnichii, Hawaii, Sprnv,
lliilumanii anil Sam Parker's now
launch will ((impose tho licet If
thiro Is no wind this nftcrnoon a
stnrt will liu undo early tomoriow
miming fi tun tho Oicnnlc dork.
MINOR CHANGES IN
THE BASEBALL RULES
The (Images In tho baseball mica
Oils )eai amounted to little or nothing.
Here mo the most Invariant of them:
A rule lo prevent an) other placr
khan the pltilirr fiom soiling 11 new
bnll 1 ho pitcher can moisten tho rov
r, but If any other plnvcnlocs this In
is subject lo 11 lino of $'.
That If a pitched bnll strlko In flout
of tho plate nnd bonne 0 fair nt .1
height nt which It could bo hit by the
batsman, If ho imed to do m, It Is to
bo tailed rt hall
That a batsman cannot dmngo po-
iltlon from one. slilo of tho plato to tba
other while tho pitcher Is getting ic.idy
to pltclf. on penalty of being lulled mil.
1 hat a hatsmau becomes 11 bascruu
nei If tho catcher Intel feres with tho
plti bed ball.
That a Iukoi miner from third baso lo
tbo plate shall bo cnlkd out If 11 liatu-
luan luterfcio with the catcher.
That 0110 b.iherunncr who passes an-
iither vvhllo running pases shall b(
No bitsimiu shall be given a hasu hit
If ho Is tailed out after being hit h
a batted ball that ho lilts himself.
ti it 11
' PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
Tho fnllimliiK Is tho stnndlng of the
clubs In tho I'adfli Coast l.eaguo on
Apill 20, t li dato of tho last flies fiom
W I. l'c t
Un AngclcB S I Ml
Pan Pram Iv o .... ! 5 .iil2
Oakhiud r 7 111
Portland 1 10 .187
Longboat, thn Cauidlan Indian
i miner, won the 2fi-mllo Marathon
i, ico fiom Nntlrk lo lloston, which It
held on Lexington Day, April 19, ev
il J ear under the niisplees of tho
Lcston Athletic Association, Ho made
the distance In '- liouis 31 mliiutes
20 1-ii seconds. Thla breaks tbo pre
vious record by oer live nilnutca.
it a II
Squires Is Retting Into training In
San Rafael and will probably fight
llio winner of the Huriis-O'Ilrlen
llpht In Los Angelrs. It l dollars lo
doughnuts that liu will meet Jack
t: tt :i
This nftcrnoon nt 1'30 tho Unpld
'Transits play the O.thti Collrgo team
mul the House pla)s tho Senate nt
:! 0 clock. The pate receipts will bo
given to tho settlement nt Moloknl,
u tt t:
Dr. Uovvntt will turn his prnctlso
over to Doc Monsnirnt while ho Is
(way. Ilctwccn the Puns and Innus
horses mir kindly friend will be kept
t llttlo lilt busy.
l'olo pmctlie nt Mn.innlun today.
It Is said that "Smiling Hub" Mi Cor
ilston Is going to take up the sport
ol millionaires ami llrltish army olfl
tors. u a ti
Al Kaufman, onto touted as a com
ing rliamplon, lint whom Jink O'llrl
1 11 put n sudden finish to, is to light
In l-round battles In San Pianclsco.
tt tt tt
' The Iolnnls defeated the Knaliumn-
inn jestcrdny In n game of worker
!acd at Makll.l liy a srore of 2 to 1.
FINAL Mil 1
Supervisors Roast Him
But Do Nothing
The miellng of Ihc Hoard nt Super-
jvlsors last iilght w.is riumikiiblc bj lis
Pstlmatr wrrc deilded 011
wllhout the Hllchtfst khk and even
Ihc jxillco rommltlre's rrwdiillon 1111
Irnturo of tho meeting It v:an Intro-
dined by Dttlgiit nnd siiimdcd, oddly
enough, by Pern. It lead as follows:
Whereas, It appears that eleven pris
oners arretted b) tho Comity Sheiltl
on bench wnrninis. Issued bj tho Clr-
biilt Court in" the Plrst Clicult of tho
Terrltorv or Havvnll, were on the lhtli
da) of Mai eh, 1307. left ungimrdrd
by said Sheriff for tbo s.11.110 of tvo
bours In the court room of said miirt
presided over by the Honorable W J
Wherein, It was b) law thc dnt) ol
tald Sheriff of the Count) of Oaliu to
guard nnd safely keep smh prisoners;
Whereas Aftir.tho attention of mI'I
Count) Sheriff had been V' " i""-''
unguarded condition of the prisoners
and a request made of him h) tho
lourl, tluough Its bailiff, lb provide
pioper custody for tho prisoners, he
aesleetiel and refused to send an olllier
or to piovlde such rustod); nnd
Whcie.ui, Thr reason, given by subl
Count) faheiirf, for so leaving said
prhoucis unguarded, that ho umlor
rtood tho High Sheriff would tnko
lueusures to safely keep tho pilsoners,
Is an Insufllcient excuse; and
Wheieas, tho action of tald County
Sheriff In the matter was cmeless and
Whereiu, Said Count) Sheriff there
in failed nnd neglected to perfoim
duty Imposed upon him by law; but
Wheiias, Tho special louimltteo up
pointed to Investigate this matter does
not II ml Hint said County Shcilff wll
full) Intended to neglect or refuso ti
perfoim the (hit) Imposed on hlni by
Now therefore, Uo II Ilcrolved, 'Hint
nu fiirtho: action In tho pruiilscu be
now tul.cn by the Hoard of Supcrvln
ois, and fiulhei
Ho ll Itesolvcd, That tho Hoanl of
Supervisor hclievo that, said County
.Sheiiff ilpiscrvcH gruvo lensuio for hit
negllgcm.0 and ilcrollctlou of dut) in
leaving, on tho IStli day ot March, 1007,
iu tho imirt presided over by tho Hon
orable W J Hobllison. Thlld Judge ot
the Circuit Couil of tho Plrst Circuit.
said pilsuuers without giiniels or UN
S. C. DWKillT.
Captain Olwcll vvroto us follows
"I piupiibo next week to htart iim
struitlon of a lighthouso nt Mtil.upuu
Point, Kef oio mi) opcintlous tan bo,
laKiu iii at tbo light Itself, il will IeJ
lie'cssary to eoustruet n road passable i
for wagons to Mukupuil Point. i
"After looking over tho giouiid, 1
have decided tli.it tho most feaslblti'
louto Is b) way of Koko Head. 1 will
place a part) In tho Held next week
to begin tho construction of this road '
It is isjsslhle now to elrlvo a bliort cl Is
lam c be) oud Kuapa pond, nnd lo irae.li '
Makiipuu. Point tho construction ol
about thrco miles of road will bo nccea
"It vva.1 estimated that JdOOO would
establish lonimuuliatlim with MaK.i
puu, bul 1 ((insider this estimate tool
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that senu on the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
low for the construction of anything
oxcept a barely passable road. 1
"I understand that the county has
bad under consldcnllon the mustriic-j
Hon of n road around the Island, mid al
portion, at least, of this load would
be over the line which 1 now propose
building. I hao thought, therefore,
that the county hill an Interest In tba
extension of tho load to Mnknpuu, and
such being the case, Hint they might
be willing to nld with n tew teams and
such Implements ns were not In use
"I therefore present the matter for
Jour consideration and would be thank
ful for 1111 early reply.
C. W. OTWULU"
The rnwaa Improvement Club wrote
asking that the Aloha lane extrusion
be fixed up. Residents of Knncobo
tvunted tho Haiku load n paired. All
these matters were tefcrred to the lload
Dulght reported 011 his trip of In
spection of the Island roads. Itcpalis
were needed on th stretch between
Wnlmrn and Walalee. at Knliianu ami
at Heela-kea, as well as on the Knna
ohe nnd Wiilnlun bridges. Work on tlio
former bridge will begin Immediately.
Kealolu wanted lo rcdnro the h.ilm,
'if Knnil Ovrnier l'rik of ICoolaupoko,
but tho siiggrstlou metisltli 110 favor.
In reient ndvlies received b) Seero
tnr Atkinson from Secretnrv JliClel
tan, tbo latter suites that the Tcrrltor) I
inn) uxpeit n good reprefcontallve pmty
being made up v. lioll.v of committeemen
dlrpctl) (oiurrncd with Hawaiian leg
islation. MrClrll.in also slatcj that thrro li
?,I!!!!.Iri 1"",,,,,',u' "'" " f,,m'VP '.'V,
membiis of Congress who wl I vlsl
tho Ishmds laiU In June, but will mine
nt thcli own expense
"Pour of tbo members." Mi cioii.ui
writes, "made special riquest Hint they
uo periuuiKi ram 10 nring a iiimgiiicr
with theni, and Mi Hatch nnd I lxitn
, V .T VZ"Z 2 V..1";
to hav o bad more of t be. pace occupied
u.v iiieuiipers, n.ii unuer nil iirctim
HtlltlleS WO inlllil tint unit .!,, ..(lioi
wire than to permit them to i-oine,
shun thn mriubrr In e.uh mso u)s
for bis daughter's transportation."
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH
Itcv J. Wnlter S)lv ester, I) I),
pastor. Itev W I). Westervclt wlll
pieacli both morning nnd evening
The musical program is ns follows:
1 1 a. m Anthem by tho rholr,
"Hlessed Ho thc Name of tho Loid,"
by tladiby Offertory solo by Mis
Miukull, "Tho Plains of Pence," by
7:30 i m. Anthem by tho ibolr,
"O Ho J(ful In the Uird." I) lluck.
Offeitor) Krleitlon, ladles' trio, "Twi
light." by AM. A cordial Invltutlon
li. extended to nil.
Ol!i:HUi:H()-At Kiipahulii, Wnlklkl.
Apr 2i!, II I., (lurrrcro, a native of
(iiiiiii, ngo 117 )enrs.
Mr Oiierrem vvns for mini) )rnrs
(hlef btcvvaid of tho Kliiati He leaves
a wife, (laughter and adopt id daughter
and a son.
i nu fur i.im.i-.t
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ItsitiCHisicuC "'',"; ""''''
i umifi, iinq mt tiintV
rVhl hy firnrsUtM.
mKm i ir V
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L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd,
ALAKEA STREET, BETWEEN HOTEL AND KING.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
! COMMENCING THIS SATURDAY MORNING
APRIL 20TH, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
PRICES REDUCED FROM 25 o TO 50o ON THE DOLLAR.
DRESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING, NECKWEAR, HATS, CAPS,
HOSIERY AND SHIRTS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
This is your time to buy; call early and secure first choice.
L B. KERR &
Presenting a Repertoire of Comedy,
Farce and Melodrama.
"A ROYAL RECEPTION"
Monday nnd Tuesday
"THE AMERICAN GIRL"
POLITE VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN
Headed by thc Clever Child Duo,
THE OSBORN CHILDREN.
A BIO DOUBLE SHOW!
Scats can be sccuicd one week in
ndvnuce at thc Box Office,
The Picsidcnt of the Board of
Health will personally and unofficial
ly pay a reward of Twcnty-flve Dol'
Inrn fnr n nItivilv rertified nnd
demonstrated cure of leprosy by any
, ,,..im.-t i, .M ' ,;!,:,. i,l
ticntmcnt. by any person within thc
'.Hawaiian islands nnd if adequate cv
licence and such cured leper be pro
duced by a member of this or any
preceding Legislature the reward
wn be made Fifty Dollars.
. .c President of the Board regrets
"5 mcnn,s d0 "ot Permit the tender
v" " ""wl &"- 7
J, M, LEVY & GO,,
PHONE MAIN 140
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
thit will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 107.
At All Watchdeaterc.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts'., Honolulu.
-Occidental Hotel Restaurant
Meals 25c. From 11 ic 2 every
Tues., Thurs., and Sat., Roast Turkey
i Rnd Cranberry Sauce, Frch Lobster
balad and ,Hot Mince i'tC Best va
riety of meals in thc city. First
cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON'.
nt mv salesroom, S"7 Kaahtiinanii St.
1 will sell at public miction by or
der of tho treasurer, Ml. J. Wntor-
liuuse, tho following
Certificates of Stocks
Nahiku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
miles tbo fifth nsscs-nietit now de
linquent, with Interest and iidvirlls
lug expenses, la paid on or befnro.
Hint dato nnd order or Kile, nt tho
olllce of AloMineler k lialdvvlu, l.lin
Heel, Htnngcnvvnhl building, Hono
lulu: Cortlflrnto No :'.2fi .1. II. Callag
luin, for CO uliiirci
Certlllcnto No. 122, J. N Kanaulii,
for 10 shares. '
Ceitinrnlo No 73.', Prank M.
monil, for 20 sharrs
Tr!isorrr Nahiku Sugar Co ,
Honolulu, Apt II ll, 11107.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
Tel. Main 193. P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crurhed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH 4 KAWAIAHAO STS.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
ON HAMMVOUNG COMPANY, Ltd,
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
j Leading Hat and
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Wc clean all kinds nf lint, filnthei
I cleaned, djed and rcpaiicd. Goods
I -ailed for and delivered. 1154 Fott
1 3t. opp. Convent, Phone Main 493.
. Gomes, Mrt.; Felix Tturo, late of
the Expert Hat Cleancis.
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