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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T It., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1008.
A Fire-Proof Cement I
Alabastine is not only the best inside coating in the world for
rhu:chc3, opera houses, club houses, office buildings nud dwellings but
is uswl everywhere for factories, cot ton mills, crr,i7 posts, plantation ,
buildings, hospitals, asjlums, etc., largely on account of its flrc-proof pro-'
ncrties. Alabastine is perfectly fireproof in its nature, is a cement that '
can b: mixed thick and used in filling cracks, and sets very hard over
night. Is cheaper than and superior to paint.
Sanitarians say that the closely
curtacc 01 wan exposure aemanas caieini nuciu.on: oincruise is a oreeu
inc ground for disease germs and a fruitful source of disease. They
recommend Alabastine only. Write for particulars.
Here life is spent. The little ones a;e born and icarcd, and arc en
titled to all the safeguards that the intelligent housewife can sin round
Alabastine is not expensive, promotes health, renders home beauti
ful and is durable. Alabastino is not a kaltomine.
Examine package and refuse if not labeled Alabastine.
DON'T forget that Alabastine being uumHe it worth many times its
price as compared with other wall-"oat:r.R v atcnais, which arc dear at
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can mix it with water and apply it, no skill required.
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jj Lowest Prices in the City J
t SKIRTS, from 50c to $3.30; CHEMISES, from 50o to $2.G0
NIGHT GOWNS, from 50c to $3.00: DRAWERS, from 35c i
to 51.25; CORSET COVERS, from 25c to $1.50. j
$ ALL OF THE1I ARE JUST IN FROM NEW YORK.
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SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE l'OR
$5oOO an Hour
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THREE 1TIGHTS, BEGINinNG
MONDAY, JAN. 13
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
THURSDAY. JAN. 10.
"HOKE SWEET HOME"
Eveninj; Price3 25, 35 and 50o
"A DAUGHTER OF DIXIE"
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
packed school room with the large
woanna u is unsurpassed.
m on nn
" " I "TUTl-
T.EPAIRED AND CARED FOR
in up-to-date style at
The von Hamm-Young
Alakoa St. Phone 200.
Opera and field glass
es at less than cost
nvice. Diamonds and
jewelry bought and
1018, NUVANU NEAR KING
Local and National I
BE I Ill
John Sharpe William's
Son In The 14th
A 110115 tho loldlors of the 14th In-
lantij, now In tlilH poit wllli tlio
transport bherninii, Ih n Init who has
bad Ills ii.inii! In almost oery nous
paper of 110(0 In tlio Unlli'il Stntcs.
Ho Is tlio koii of John Sharpe Wil
liams, lender of the minority In tho
Home of Hcprcu'titatheK from tho
State. of Mississippi, and ono of tho
'iont prominent men nt tho nntlon'H
rnpllol. Tho lad now with tho sol
diem here In ItonoltiHi la reputed to
Le Iho "Ijlnck kheep" of tho faintly,
having refused to go to hcIioo) and
ran awn from home soino tlmo ago.
It vas only a hhoi-t time pant that
ho mixed himself In an imploat.int
i-crnio In Vancuiicr, II. C, and was
rrrektcd anil tin own Into Jail there.
On nretmnt of this nffnlr ho rerolvod
n great deal of notoriety, and It Is
said that his father again Kent for him
nnd begged him to come home. Thin,
houeer, he lefused to do, and, Join
ing tho tegular ami), Ih now due for
the Philippine,!, uheio ho will Kervo
t two j ears lour of dnt.
Fiom nil that can hu learned ahotit
the boy hue, It won!' appear that ho
it. .1 pent fi.vo.Ito with tho men In
the irglincnl, haling a good pei-bonnl-It,
htil Just naturally wild.
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Tho llnnnclal report of tho Chlneso
A V. for tho ytar of 1007 Is au fol
llec 31, 19'fi balanco on hand 73.03
lannary. Km", to cash iieehcd. ni).3."
reljniaiy, to ca-ih lecolved ... 41.10
Mmch. to rash lecolved 3!'.13
April, to cah nrclvcl 2.85'
May to rash ieeeled
.Mine, to cash ieceled
.luly, to cash reccUed
Migust, to cash njreled 25.90
reptembei, to caEh iuceled
October, to cash iccclvod ..
ouniboi, cash receUed ...
December, cash recall .! . .
Juno expenses 43.75
Jillv expenses ....t 41.20
August C'Micnscb --55
September oxpensos 111.35
October expenses 31.1s
November expenses 9.55
Docembe, om.sos 1 :::: 2c'.7o!,,,1 "f ""J? w'" calJei ? -
Manager Mshor will put the same
Ilalanco on hand llec. 31, 1007. S
11. D. JOK.
Treasurer, C. A.
Tom" White, who nt ono tlmo
wuh known nB tho crack motor-cjclo , ""B nn" now " cnn converse uu
lacor of tho I'aclllc CoaBt, and who entl)' In seven different languages,
has carried oft many medals In this , This Is no idle dream. It you liavo
sport, camo down on the Manchuria "' 'lubt ongago Ilrlck In conversa
tion! Frisco. With him Tom brought Hn. and ho will show you. Span-
n big seven-scat 35-hoisepower
(French) Packard automobllo, which
ho will drlvo as a ront car hero In
Whoa tho motor-cyclo craze died
out to a considerable oxtcnt, Whlto
took up tho automobile game, and ,
hoc.uuo an export at driving tho big
machines. Ho has been traveling,
repicbentlng tho Pnpo Manufactur-j
mg Co. for sonio years, until locent-j
ly, when ho was taken down with '
Uphold-pncumonla. Ho has como to I
this sunny cllino to recuperate, hut
will piobably icmaln here for some
time driving his car.
Young Tato, who has been
in tho city for somo tlmo, has
finally got his nickelodeon show in
nnoratlon. A cieat hie eranhonhono
will vvnrblo sweet melodies and plc-
tares will chase themselves across tho i
a a a '
Nothing now has developed in tho
last few dajs with regnid to tho I
yacht race. Just progieis, as Mac (
A. Wall Makes
Offer to D.
A Volcano Ilotiso without a ten
nis court 1 A Volcano House with
out golf links! Neer, that Is, nov
el so long ns V. A. Wall of this city
has a love for thoso sports, and
money to spend. No, sir; not so long
as that, sir. It Is the lntcst fad
that of piesentlng Volcano Houses
with cxpcnslo tennis courts and
costly golf links, hut as tho country
around the Volcano House on Ha
waii Is magnincently Bltuateil for
golf, and n tennis court doesn't cost
so very much, Mr. Wall Is going to
do tho munificent act and plat them
off for D. lycurgus, the manager of
tho aforesaid Volcano House.
Mr. Wall has made a vciy
unusual and Kind offer to tho
manager of tho Volcano House, nnd
It will undoubtedly he ncccpteil. Ho
will talio the trouble to lay out and
nieasuro off both links and tennis
court, nnd ho will do It free of
f barge. Mr. Wall has the Interest
of good sport at heart all tho tlmo,
and, as ho happens to ho an enthu
siastic golfer ns well ns nn expert
teunls-plajer, he has always done
everything In his power toward tlio
furtherance of these two branehei
of athletics In tho Islands. It was
with this view In mind that, when
Jio recognized what, great valtio it
"would proo not only to the Volcano
House, hut also to tho sport In gen
eral, ho made up his mind to taUo the
inltlatho In tlio matter. ,,
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FISHER'S MEN rLAVIM
Tho Honolulu Stars will nialco
their first nppcar.mco on tho local
field, after their successful tour of
the Hawaiian Islands, next Satin day
afternoon, bays tho San Franclcco
llulletln. Manager Mlko Fisher
made arrangements today to play a
picked team three games, yiiarlej
i Irwin agreed toirganlzo a club to
give the Stars battle, and trust to
the popular third baseman to place
a stronu uirirrczatlon nn the field
Ho will Rnli-rt (tin linnt nf tlin nvnll.
Ablo talent. Charley will haio play
ers like Mertes, Byrnes. Chase, Strlck
lett, Stnnagc, Uunleavy, Arellanos,
Whalen, Haum, IllankoiiBhlp and
Shannon to pick from. Thrco games
will bo played. Tho clubs will meet
nt Recreation Park on Saturday and
Sunday afternoons and Sunday mor
ning at Oakland. Tho games on this
' (cam on tlle fie'11 that v,sltei1 tno l3'"
i,iiiia, wuii iiiu uAti'jiiiuii ul irueii
i i;.ii;an, who will cover short for tho
1 Htais. Kngnn was In tho original
I line-up, hut was prevented from inn
I king tho trip by sickness In the fam
ily. Word was Eent to "Silent 11111"
1 Hums, who Is spending the holidays
'with his In other at Point Richmond,
' to bo on hand to pitch for tho tour
ists Saturday. Captain Dili Dover
eaux has ugrood to roach In his new
language Since visiting tho Islands
tho Hod Dog has learned tho kanaka
lsh, Portuguese, French, Chinese,
Japanese, Kanaka and English aro
his specialties. And Dili never went
to college, cither. These will prob
ably bo the Inst games tho Honolulu
Stars will play together.
J 10 Ml
The Hawaiian Tennis Association
will soon issuo an Invitation to all
tho clubs of tho Territory to Join tho
Association, so that thoy may all
have a voice and a representation in
tlio annual championship matches.
The Idea of this Is to further tho
snort In tho Ulnnds and urine all tho
Players In closor touch with each
tt w a
Tho Hlversldc Juniors will hold
WHITNEY and MARSH
IS NOW ON
Our entire line of Lingerie, Lawn,
Linen, Jap Silk in black and white,
Peau-de-Soie and Taffeta will be
offered at greatly Reduced Prices.
Sizes. 32 to 44
their regular meeting this evening
at tho office of the president of tho
league, In the Judd building, at 7:30
hlintp, Instead of nt tho Sweet Violet
hall on Maunakca street. Homo im
portant matters will bo brought be
fora the meeting and a full attend
ance Is requested.
n tt tt
Almost every automobile In Hono
lulu has entered In that cntlurnnco
run which is coming off Saturday. It
will bo on a course around tho Isl
and nnd will furnish somo rnro sport
for the Knights of tho Spark-plug.
It Is reported that Pitcher Fd.
Kculb.ich of tho Chicago Cubs will
play the star role in "Tho World's
Scries," a now play said to ho stagoit !
by tho Frohmaus. Another good
ball-plner gone wrong.
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Jack Dojlo Is tho original "prnc-Icil-Joke"
kid. lint now ho Ih do
ing the tra-la-la act In that boul
tlnobblng tragedy, "I got mine, boys.
J got mine."
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Cy Young, tho veteran twlrler,
has signed his contract for next
peason, making his nineteenth year
In liateball, sovontecn of which have
been spent In tho major leagues.
Tom White, tho new dilvcr, will
enter his Packard In tho endurnnco
a st a
Tho fair sex aro gottlng In their
work In tho basketball gnmo nt tho
various bchools around town. Somn
cracking good contests are promised
for this season,
Tift, the star of llrown University
In l'J07, has signed ns a pitcher with
tho New York Yankees for tho com
ing beason. Doc Hlldebrand, tho
former Princeton player, is 'also on
a a a
Tlio Hawaiian Tennis Association
wants every player on tho Islands to
beconio n membor of Its club. Co
operation Is a good thing for Bport.
a a a
Notwithstanding tho fact that tho
ondurunco laco for nutos around tho
Island noxt Saturday should proio
cno of tho gala dajs for machine own
crs in this vicinity. Inasmuch ns It
will give them an opportunity tobiothers until tsteruay had i t met
niaKii u nun ieoL ui meir cars, nuu
Cotton, Union and All-Wool
from 75c upwards a pair
Full-Sized Ciomforters,$2.50 to $4
Honeycomb and Marseilles
Spreads, from $1.20 to $4.75 ea.
K. B. Kerr Sc Co.,
tell exactly how good they are In
comparison with other makes, tho
Interest In this excellent event Is la
mentably weak. There ore almost
two hundred automobiles on tho Isl
and and, ns jet, not a full dozen
liavo been entered for tho run.
Among thoso who liavo Blgnlflcd
their Intention of going In tho run
and their cars, are the following:
Hr. llrlnckcihoff, Packard; Tom
White, Packard; J. McCloud, llulckt
Prank Dillon, Uulck; J. D. Kennedy,
Wlnton; and S. It. Jordan, Maxwell.
IN H I
V. J. Camnro, nn aged Portuguese
charged with selling liquor without a
license, wan fined $11 1 nn I costs In
the Police Couii Ibis rioiiilng. Kiev
en Jnpnueso uMd one Chtii"c who
wcro charged Mill a clinllur olfniuc,
had their cas J lontim.cd until tomor
row Frank Dillon, a chauffeur, appears!
on n chargo vi licedle-is dililug. out
1 ad his enso continued until tomoirow.
Sum Kala l,;i' scrtenee suiienled
for thirteen m 'nths on u oIiii-kj of ar
tault and battery.
FuglkawK. i Japanos) chaigrd with
lagrancy, haJ his car'.- I'jniiniiM tin
til Friday. Ho ask(d tint hi e.i'.f be
ccn'lnued p mi'er 'hit ho miglit ve
euro an attoin. y
ART LEAGUE WILL
Supcilntcndent of Public Vorks
Campbell has granted porinlsslop to
tho Kllolinna Ait League, through Mrs.
W. M. Clrahnm, chairman of tlio City
Impiovemcnt Circle, to uso the market
jlace for tho following events:
I Obsorvnnco of Piesldont McKlnley'8
tnniveri!nry, January 2a.
Mardl (Iras celebration, March 3.
Musical festival, bomo tlmo In May.
Included In tho permission It author
ity to erect a temporary stnq;o nnd
placo benches In the market building.
Tho condition is attached that these
conveniences shall bo removed Immed
iately nftcr tho May festival. Default
in this will subject tho material to salo
at auction by tho department.
Mr. and Mi s '. C. M'inre t'f among
n,e transport Sternum's pnssensers
fr Manila, whom Mr. Moore h-.n a po-
. 0ton in tho civil service. Mr Mjoio
js a biotln r of II. T. Moore, .'oimev
n.ilm rmmtv ninrri.lor mn .lie
lor nino ycaiH
THUR8DAY, JANUARY 0,
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
On Account of Whom It May Concern
DAMAGED CAHUO KX OKKMAN
Will be sold on Wnlklkl end ot j
Ocoonlc wharf. i!
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THURSDAY, JANUARY 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
nt tho Oceanic dock Fort street, I
will bell nt public auction
BOXES OF FRESH APPIES
AND OTHER FRUIT
landed from German steamer Tolosan
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Cottage, with modern Improvements;
Emma Squart, ndjolnlnc.the resi
dence ot Jai..r. Morgan; ront $25
JAS. F. MORGAN,
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
NO HOSE NEEDED AND IT WILL
LAST" A LIFETIME.
Fort Street, near H ote
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Can Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
EASY RIDING, LOWEST RATES
J. A. MoLEOD,
Has a six-cylinder Buick on call at
all hours and at lowest rates. Tele
phone" 715. The popular auto for
Schuman Carriage Co.
SKATING RINK BLDO., Queen St.
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