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EVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. 7, 1008
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perties. Alabastine is perfectly flrtDroof in its nature, is a cement that
can be mixed thick and used in filling cracks, and scU very hard over
night. Is cheaper than and superior to paint.
Sanitarians say that the closely packed school room with the large
surface of wall exposure demands careful attention; otherwise is a breed
ing ground for disease germs and a fruitful source of disease. They
recommend Alabastine only. Write for particulars.
Here life is spent. The little ones nrc born and reared, and arc en
titled to all the safeguards that the intelligent housewife can surround
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any price, and remember there is Only One ALA3ASIINE.
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let us send you a color card of ALABASTINE.
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OUR MEDICATED SOFT SOAP
For prevention of skin diseases m all nnimals use twice a week.
As a cure for mange and the destruction of insect life, ns an antiseptio
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is here. You must be prepared for it. Wc have a line of beauti
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THAT HAS JUST COME IN. Lower ill price here than anywhere
else in Honolulu. You'll like them.
YEE CHAN & CO,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL.
LIGHT SIX TOURING CAR
Six Cylinders 35 K.P. Price $3500
A FOUR CYLINDER CAR can never have that de
lightful sensitiveness o the throttle which is a
constant so'irce of pleasure in a Six.
To most makers Sixes arc a new proposi
tion. The difficulties incident to the designing of a RE
LIABLE Six-cylinder car are not easily overcome. This is
the reason why some makers are advocating the Four
they are unable to build n SATISFACTORY Six.
The famous Stevens-Duryea Unit Power Plant and
three-point suspension makes possible a Six-cylinder car of
faultless design. Stevens-Duryea Sixes arc a known quan
tity do not purchase an experiment simply because it is
I The von Hamm-Youn
ALEX. YOUNG BUILDING.
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Local and National
FIGHT ST. PATRICK'S DAY
DIJIIMN, Ireland, Jan. G. The articles of agreement for tlio fight
between Tommy limns, tlio American heavyweight clinmplon, and
lloche. the Irish champion, were signed yesterday. The contest will taKo
nl.icc on St. I'ntrlck'H Day, March 17.
JsMJW YOIUC, N. Y Jan. C George Dixon, the pugilist, died to
day f nun alcoholism.
Dixon was n negro lightweight,
years, from Poll. 7, 1880, when ho knocked out Cal McCarthy, In 70
rounds, until .Inn. 2, 1900, when ht went down before Terry McGovcrn.
In his career he fought lliu finish lights nnd 800 four-round goes, win
ning nearly $200,000. In purses. Ho
Says Jess. Cleaned
$2800 On Six
Since the writer nclurncci til ban An All Champion hiiscball team,
1'rnnclsco the question him licon frc- chosen from tlio ranks of tho best
quently aRlicd, "Was tho tilp a llnan-' hall tossorB on earth, tho American
clnl success?" It wns Tor Jess Woods tind Natlonnl Icaguum, Is tho next
tho Honolulu sportsman who nromnt- proposition that Is being boosted. Wo
cd It Tho Coast League plajcrs had havo had n tasto of good baseball, tho
no thoughts of making money when Const players doing their llttlo mite
they sailed nwn. They were mere- toward teaching tho joting Idea In
ly guni aiilccd expenses, and somo Hawaii how i enrvo a ball and knock
good times, and Woods kept his word cut a homo run, ami now, If everything
to tho letter. The Hllo fans defray- pans out In tho right manner, n picked
cd the expenses or the players from team of big leaguers from tho Kast,
Honolulu to the volcano nnd return, 'every man, a Mar In hla position, will
which amounted to bonlctlilng llko bo brought to this town and then tuk
ifiOO, and cleaned up 200 on their en on to Manila nnd Japan,
gnines ovci nnd above the expenses. Of course,, Jess Woods is tho "man
When you consider that thero are behind the gun''. Ho mndo good on
only fiDO white people in Hllo this , tho other proposition, mid now, with
was n mighty good Miuwlng. It
showed how hungry tho Americans
living there woro for baseball,
Woods' (ontinct with Klshcr tennl-
miicn wnun ma cum buiii-ii uj i"
Hllo, anil yet lie paid nil tho hojol
hills of the pl.ijcrs when they re-
turned to Honolulu and remained
three da)s. Two games were played
Just before sailing for home, hut
iney were ucncui games lor mo
pla era, and Woods took no portion
of tho receipts. Tho Coast Lenguo
puiycrs pulled down about $50 each
from tho two games.
Now, about Jess Woods' bit. Ho
assured tho writer Mint tho bIx big
games netted htm about 2800. This
was a handsome profit, but ho tool;
a chance and was entitled to tho
emoluments. Tho tourists arrived In
Honolulu at tho beginning of tho
rainy seaton, and If Woods hnd had
:i hunch of postponed games and had
the players on his hands for u long
tlmo ho would havo como out on the
wiong side of bis ledger. Jess gam
bled on good weather, and won nil
his bcti, for Micro wasn't n gnmo
postponed. It rained whllo wo were
there, but luckily between gnniob,
Tho writer was elated to seo Woods
mnko a nlco profit for It wns coming
to lilni. Ila3Pbull fans of Honolulu
are deeply Indebted to him. Ho guvo
baseball a boost such as It never had
before In thnt country, and when
tho writer left tho Honolulu League
was discussing the feasibility of Im
porting a club of stars annually from
the Coast League Hlght now a play
cr of experience could got ti nice
berth ns coach at Honolulu. They
havo some good material, hut It
needs developing, and the Honolulu
pcoplo appreciate this. Tlio lengiin
would llml tho right sort of a player
a position and givo him something on
tho side to coach the youngstors.
S. V Bulletin.
HOTEL AND MILLER STS.,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
JANUARY 8 TO 11.
Given under auspices of Hawaiian
Poultry Association, with the cooper
ation of Farmers' Institute, Hawaiian
Experiment Station and Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry,
CHILDREN UNDER 12 AT 10c.
tho champion of his class for ten
wns horn In Canada.
Hawaii, Manila And
Japan May See
His Hoynl Nlhs, Mln.no Fisher, ho Is
going to tackle a pretty big chunk nil
at oncp, ,Thcro Is no reason why tlio
thing shpuUI jiot go through, for not
uiiiy uuuuiiiu, om nibo .minim una
Japan, nru" baseball crazy. Then
again, It would not only furnish them
with a wonderful opportunity of seeing
I food hasebijll hut It would also bo the
j greatest advertisement Hint, any conn
try eor nap.
I Mlquo Plslior Is very wc
j the hasohn)!, world In tho
ell 'Known in
tho States and
ho Is fully c.ipnblo and competent to
gather together an aggregation of the
best baseball players that ever swung
u hat. It would most nssurcdly ho a
great iulcrtlscmcnt for Hawaii, Ma
nlla and Japan.
That tlio members of the Auto Club
nnd owners of machines hero In town
.no taking mi Intercut In tho I'lural
I'nrndo Is Mioun by the number of
them tlmt luiva ulicady deelarcd that
thuj mo going to decorato their cars
lor Hie occasion. A meeting of tho
Auto Club will bo held In the rooms of
tho I'romotion Committee tonight for
tho purposo Xif discussing ways nnd
means fof something special for tho
' parade. A. Hartley, who Iris tho af-
luir In charge, will hu on hand. Somo
of tho prominent uutomlbllu men who
evinced uu cagorness to enter tho
pnrado uro tho following: J, I). Ken
nerty, L. Abr.uns, S. I'. Jordan, W. II
llrown, A. I.owiey, 13, Ilcnriqiies, fieo.
Hiowii, Oils Schncfer, .1. Mcl.ood, Ml
Do Lovelace, Or. 11. V, Murray, the
on Hamm-Yoiing company, tho Schu
man Carriage company and tho Ahbo
n tt :
This town has almost ovcry kind of
mi nutonioblle, from tho llttlo toy-wagon
runubout to tho big, elegant seven
reated touring enrs, but It remained
lor Nelson S. Itlley to bring tho first
"iiiuko-and-hroak" machlno to Hono
lulu. Mr. Illloy Btnrtod from Now
York with tho primary Intention of
coming to Hawaii for 'his health, but
when ho arrived In San Krancljco ho
decided to bring ail uutbmnbllo nlong
Tho machlno Is n 31-30 power Stude
baker, and Is a cracking good llttlo
car. .The other day when Mr. Illloy
was making n tour of tho Island, ho
attempted to cross n sandy space that
was covcicd with wator when tlio tide
wus In. In tho cent-jr of this spare
Wounds and Skin Diseases cured by
"THE HOUSEHOLD SURGEON"
Druggists refund money if DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEAL
I NO OIL fails. Made by PARI?
MEDICINE CO., Paint Louis, V. S
Whitney & Marsh
OUR ANNUAL SALE
consisting of all styles of
garments of our celebrated
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN. J
the Band wus so soft thnt tho wheels
cf his machine sunk to tho hubs. And
in this place ho was forced to remain
lor several hours. In the meantime
tho tldu hnd risen, nnd It was not until
ho hired seven or eight men to pull
I Im out Hint ho could get away.
Ono of the fcaturcB of tho Stude
baker car Is Its noisclcssness when
; tinning slow. It Is it gliding car In
Hint respect. There nro many points
ilmut tho Stiidcbakor that command
admiration, chief of which Is Its
Ill WANTS lli'ilii
Jimmy Urltt immediately upon hlsf
return from tho Islands began to talk
fight. James ICdward thinks that ho
nd Nelson would he n good curd, nnd
the Nutha Son flgurcB that tho Dane
would bo Just as soft for him ns hu
was In their Inst hnttlo. Ilrltt had
learned that Nolson and Mcmslc wcro
talking fight, and said that It this pair
could not get together ho would bo
perfectly willing to box either, 1'ackey
McFarlaml also would suit Jimmy It I
the i:astein lightweight is iinnblo to
get any matches. Call.
After all, the yacht Is to receive tho
benefit of the gale iccelpts of u game
played between tlio Knnlas ami, tho
Chlncso A. C. This game was at first
scheduled for last Sunday, but
through 80IH0 misunderstanding, it
wns called off, and will bo plajed at
Ring Up 1 lili!
, T. SlllY WPmmW'-, m (Hi m
the bntcball park If possible next Sun
day. Klghty-llvo per cent of tho gnto
receipts will bo donated to tlio yacht.
:i :: n
Johnny Winters and Angus McPhoa
went nwny on tho Klnnu today for
Hllo, whera they will probably bo giv
en another chance to do their stunts.
K lie n Low has things about all figured
out for nnother Wild West Bhow In
Hllo, and Mac nnd Johnny ought to
bo In great condition for It, us they
liavo been virtually living In the sad
dle for somo time.
Thnt Studcbnkcr car Is soit of mak
ing a hit around this burg, tt is n
car of lato design and Ideas, using tho
foreign system of Ignition known as
"makc-and-break." Tho car Is free
from trouble to tho operator, duo to
the fact thnt It has no spark-pIugK or
batteries. A car of this sort can bo
run many thousands of miles without
tho bllghtest trouble from Ignition.
The regimental drill shed Is open
today for tho reception of specimens
enteied for tho Hawaiian Poultry As
toclntlon's third annual exhibition,
which opens on Wednesday nnd closes
rn .Saturday night.
Tho exhibition will ho open to the
public nt 1 p. m. on Wednesday, with
all awards posted on the coops.
Richly flavored, deliriously fresh.
inexpressibly tempting: Alagretti's
chocolate chips, nougat, tablets and
creams, at Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Cottage, with medern Improvements;
Emma Square, adjoining the resi
dence of Jas. Y. Morgan; rent 125
JA8. F.r MORGAN. .
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
Wo have the facilities and expe
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guarantee every job we do.
Von Hamm - Young
Employment Office supplies all Na
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163 KINO ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
rieru're Framing ' Specialty,
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
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