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tiVCNINfJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II.. THURSDAY, MATt. 19. 1D08.
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your floors do not need touching up I
If they do, .Sherwin-Williams Porch
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CARDS AND PRICES.
2nd Monument Works
Hot Favorite Follows
Polo Pony All
' ' The Way
Indigo, the two-to-one favorite,
was not In It (or a minute jestcrdny
afternoon iit Knplolnnl Park. Mnl
.ct, tlia little polo iony, was the
wholo hIiow, The other' day Indigo
licat .Mullet so liailly that It was
linnl to find a backer who was will
ing even to tako n 2-to-l bet on 13.
II. Lewis' game llltlc horse. Conso
nuently the surprise was great when
Mallet lenpcil ,lnlo the lead after the
first twenty-fit a yards, and kept tho
dlatanca the rest of tho qunrtcr-mllo
Tho race was run on a straight
away course on account of tho fnrt!
that the track wrs muddy at tho
last turn. Mallet V.'au good nil thai
way, never weakening, with Homy
'.owj up. l.cwls i Ides his horso
well, and (.coins to uso good Judg
ment. Oploplo was on Indigo, and
he need the whip freely.
"I'till the polo pony," was the "ry
that went up when It -was seen that
tho two horses were off together.
And the cry was echoed by a dozen
F'.mtlar before tho hoises crossed tho'
l.nhh line. Thcro wore n great
many sport who had taken tho bad '
end of a l!-to-l bet on Mallet, Just,
ftr n gnnibler'a eh.ince, they said, I
end their money looked mighty good
I j tho time the raco was over.
Tho time caught at tho finish was
20 Fcconds, but the rnco was prob
ably faster than this, Mnllct l:nd
the lead by n good length tit the fin
Ith. (icorgo Ward wanted to rare Mul
let threo-olghths of a mile right nft-J
cr the first race, but Lowla wouldn't
Mnntl for It, nsiulng next Wcdnes-
lay A 5HO .forfeit was posted for n
inro on this d!iy. Saturday nfter
poon Candy Hoy nnd Mallet will
hook up This will bo their third,
race, euili having n win to his crud
WOOD TELLS- OF
Secretary Wood him prepared tho
following repurt which ho will submit
r.t tho mooting of tho Promotion Com
inlttuo this ulteruooir
Dining the past three months wo
liavo sent out 7M0 postal circulars,
ipcclal; tiOOO I'rlmors; fi00 Christinas
edition "I'nr.idlse of the Pacific: 1200
"I'lcturesuue Honolulu"; MO syeclal
edition locnl pipers; 150 maps "Cross
fluids of Iho 1'aeKlc; 11.000 general
tohlers; 2700 letters, tpcclal nnd gen
eral. Ily tho last sloamer to tho South,
wo forwarded Iho regular quarterly
supply of our folders tir all principal
points in Australia and Now Zealand.
Ily tho S. S. China, duo to sail tho
23rd, we will Inrwnrd our regular
ninrterly supply of folders to Hong
Itoug, Yokohama, Manila, Ilombay, Cnl
uitta, Constantinople, Colombo.
l'rotn Hongkong wo cover China
iiinl slirtn, and with Yokohama, as a
distributing point, wn reach the load
Ing cities of Japan, l.nigely as a dh
leet result oiv our persistent work in
Iho Orient, tho number of Htopovors
has perceptibly Increased nnd bids
fair to becomo an Impoilcnt Item In
the tourist business of Honolulu.
Slnco the first of tho year wo hno
received roqueBt"! for our printed mat
ter from upwnrdB of ono thousand rail
way agents, west of Chicago, princip
ally from the northwest.
Mr. I.edn Colder, tho tourist agent
from nostnn, who passed through on
tho Siberia thin week, with a pirty of
sixteen, for a lluuml-tho-world-tour,
btatea that the outlook for tho season
or 1008-9 Is unusually bright. His
firm Is already making bookings for
tho rail business nn I from this on
thoy will pay jnoro attention to travel
to Hawaii. I (
The Ahl-ronnd-the-world party of
sixty people, Including twq irowspapv"
icpiesentntitos and nn Interpreter, Is
duo to arrjvp hero on the Mongolia tho
28th. Thomas Cook & Son nro send
ing a special conductor who will ar
rive by tho China to meet this pnily
Following Is tho tstlo ot.rontenla of
tho now odltloij of MrJ, glared O.
Smith's pamphlet on Agrjciilturo in
Hawaii, which will boon bo ready for
distribution tyM .
. Agriculture In .Hawaii. Contents;
Tho Climate' of Hawaii: Tho Soil;
Commercial Fruits Pineapple. Ilanu
nas (Tho Chinese Ilannna) (Tho Ja
malca or Illiieflelds), Mangoes, Citrus
Fruits, flrnpcB, Avocados, Cocoanuts;
Flowers, llees, Stock and Poultry
Dairying, Poultiy liaising, Stock liais
ing, Silk, Meld Ciops and Industries
Sugar, Coffee. Ulce, SIsjI, Rubber,
Ray and Forage, Vanilla, Tobacco,
Corn, Vegetables; Advantages and
To the pamphlot will bo added a
chapter on our land laws by Mr.
James V Piatt, Coinnilutoncr of Pub
EDITED BY CHARLES C. ALBRIGHT.
Doping Out Prospects
For Coming Season-Grounds
Although the season Is as yet quite
a little was off, already Interest Is
being awakened In Intcrscholastlc
baseball. This year will probably
ecc a larger number of teams In tho
Held than In anj other previous sea
son. Tho Normals, who have entered n
bnscbnll team but once In tho history
of intcrscholastlc buseball, arc think
ing seriously (if playing this ear. A
number of fellows who formerly
plavcd on the tennis of other schools
nro now studying at the Normal nnd
n fair chance for the championship
Is theirs. Among the men Normal
has to pick from Is Toomey, nn cx
llrst baseman from Kamchnmchu.
Toomey did wuiic excellent work last
year nnd while the Knms came out
at the tall end of the list, ho was not
to blatrto for It
Pun.ihou will hnvo as strong n
team this jeii as tboy had last: pos-
slbly Btronger. on they have a few wen!,en ,lcnl, A iinf-hour's wotk
unknown (iiantltles In tho shape of racll ,, ovcry ,,ay ,8 t)lnuitaui,
now pupils nt their school. The Do- mc, )ot(or ,hn tw or thrce ,,,.
rhn boys are there jet, and their wor every other clay,
work will gci n long way towaid Thprc nro llllmucr f stnr In
making tho te.nn n success. .'tho lesser leagues hero who could
The Knms aro i.f tho opinion that iir..k ,... ...... ..,..,. if tbev -o
their part In the guinea will not bo
as It was last vcar Uitn will do his
best to have bis team como out
ahead, nhd ho .will lo effectlvo
help in Knnialoplll, who plnjed as
clean n game as did any other man
en any of the other teams.
High School wants first place this
year. Their succcbs In Intcrscholas
tlc buys' basketball has inflated them
lo such nn extent that nothing but
ino'cniimpioiisiiip win s.msiy incin. :
lllunchard vlll coach again and
some good plays arc expected from
this populril team. Almost all of
last J car's Jfaln is hack nt school
and the Highs have a surprlso In
storo 'for' their opponents In the
shape fit A now man one who has
mftdo good before this.
Whether Alilolnnl will enter u
team is largely n matter of conject
ure. They played u good set of
cocker games nnd should hao .nome
good baseball players. Coach Andcr
fon could put them In shape to hold
their own against the rest of tho
School athletics Iiac taken n pret
ty thorough hold of (he scliobiis and
homo good games may bo looked for.
Some of tho tinmen last J ear plajeil
by tho members of tho school Icaguo
wcro as good ns many plajcd by tho
major league, nnd In all likelihood
tun same will provo truo this jear.
Somo talk has been going tho
omuls of trying for the League. !
grounds on which to play off the sc-
rles, Whether or not the placo could !
bo secured Is not known, Should lt0
be found Impossible, the 'Punahou I When Oploplo passed through tho
nnd Knmehanieha diamonds will I crowd last Saturday, aftor winning
hnvo to bo used. Neither the High ' in a vvnlk from Mnllct. tho enthusl
Pchool or tho Normal own baseball i.sts lifted their hats and cheeied.
flolds. Maklkl, tho placo whero tho ' Yesterday It wnB noted that not n
t-cliool hockor Karnes wero plajcd, has niiinnur was heard nor a movement
also been mentioned ns a posslblo 'eecu whon tho nntlvo Jockey sllontly
place for tho games. However. It Is (led his blanketed horso down tho
ns jet too early to worry about the, toad. FIcklo Fortune!
grounds, nnd tho teams nro being
chosen by school fnns with as much
Interest as local fans showed when
tho All-Hnwnii team was being pick
ed. a a ::
W ATHLETES AT
MM MIX TRACK ILL
And now como the Knr.ich.umeh i
girls! Enthused with the success of
their school brothers tlu gl.-lg nru
tinlnlng for their own track meet,
which will probably tnko place tho
latter part of this month Minos
Kurboy, Scholtz nnd Hollowav mo
low picked ns wlnnors, but n mourn
I'lopped among tho stnrtori would
piobably develop great speed In so
cial "unknowns," , Tho even: Is
looked forward to with grnt IMir
t't ' . "
The St. Lpuls toani practised flrpt
nt Anla Park, biff thoy ore now turn
ing out nt the Kukanko League,
gipunds, Harney Joy will probably
be behind tho bat for tho college
nine and Johnny Williams In tho
box, but this has not, of course, been
definitely decided as yet.
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What's tho matter with the Ka-
mohameha bnseball team this year?
So fur as can bo learned they havo
not ovon mot and organized this ,
ear. Fern nnd Amny nro two of'
their men who have lieon nut prac-!
Using with tho Diamond Heads. I
Only Two Clubs Are
This appears to bo n dull year for
the "big" baseball teams In Hono
lulu. It is bard for the manugcis to
get tho men out to practise, Hall
plajcrs seem to hnvo fallen Into n
rort of npathy, which, If they do not
I recover before tho season opens, will
provo n knock-out blow to the year's
schedules. As )ct thcro are. only
two tenuis that hnvo done any prac
tise, nnd one of them, tho St. I,ouls
r.ggrcgatlon, Iiob only been out n
couple of times. Thoy practleo once
n week, which Is not enough to get n
player loosened up In tho early part
of the reason.
Early season prnctlse should be
gone nt easily, but, nbovo all, stead
ily. Thora Is a great deal of harm
dono among tho ranks of tho joiing
bnll-plaers all over tho country In
the Hint part of the season, simply
I because when prnctlso Is Indulged in.
,ll0 ,,aJorl, wolk too ,r,i. uso their
:irm, ,,.., ...,.. ....,., ,OIin,.niiniitlv
,.rl,Irc(i v. Avnu Is n milek. sure
lan , 10 BhortHt(M, territory,
Ils n,M) 81(, chnBi t)l0 Chinese
ntll,c,c uUl of Ulc,n men wolll(l
he gobbled up by the big teams In n
minute If they evinced a destro to
make a try at It. Thon again thcro
are Tahu and AInkanul. Tahu is u
third baseman who has a corking
good whip ocr to the initial sta
U(m Ho ,g ..wnlltoc" ,y t,0 big fel-
lows. Mnknnul's fauio lies chtellv
tluougli his terrific swatting abili
ties. It Is snld nlrn that ho is n
fiend on the bases, and can go some.
A good hitter, whosu batting Is rcg-j
uhir, can always win n home.
The Diamond Head athletic team
has been doing most of tho practis
ing this year, although ns yet they
have only been out twlco a week. It
will not bo long, however, beforo
they will get down to the genuine
article In tho way of work. Al
though It has not been decided this
early in tho season, It Is probable
that tho llrst practise gnmo of tho
Diamonds will bo played with the
St. Units ball-tosscrs. There Is no
reason why tho teams this ye.ir
should not furnish faBter ball than
has over been seen hero before, for
thoy have had tho ndv.intago of see
ing how tho ro.il "profesh" cavort
!cn th diamond
DOWN THE LINE
From tho finish lino It didn't look
i.s If Indigo was In, tho lead at all
during tho rnco yesterday, but
Starter Harris says tho protty bay
held tho best position tho first fovv
n it u
Hackers of Iudlgo still foel sure
that their horso Is the bettor, nnd
thoy nro riuIour for nnothcr race.
Thoy will havo to wait uutil Wed
n tt a
"Dicky" Davis, was In town tho
other day. Ho'sayx there aro somo
Inst ponies over his wny, and tho
rourlh of July. tneotSvlUbo a great.
one In Hllo. ?
K. If. Lewis says that huslnesV
win not nllnw him to raco his horse
any more nfter next Wednesday. ,,
Racing Is rcbrtntnly picking Sup.
There aro two' matches sot vfurjttilu
wcok and. ooa.for noxt. P
(ft, a' a
Chnrllo Ilelllnn has a pedigreed
Ftalllon which ho rccontly brought
down from tho Coast.
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The Judges yesterday wero A. II.
Jungclnus, Mark Houghtalllng and
a st n
Thoro Is some talk of eottlnir nn a
r.wlmmlng tournament In the near
jj jt jj
There is (.oino talk of mnlehlng
trotting horses In tho near future.
Monday, the 23rd
Wc have a few broken lots which we arc anxious to close
out; hcnecr'the reductions.
'All styles rangixig in prices from TEN CENTS, or
THREE FOB TWENTY-FIVE CENTS to the best grades.
In cotton, lisle, part and all silk
Regular Shapes, Ribbon Straps,
and No Straps
SUITABLE FOR E VENINCr WEAR.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
Sporting IMItor II u 1 1 o 1 1 it ;
Kiom Information received It seems
I hat Dr. Hand in.ule n mlstnko rela
tive to the stntus of tho Rumchn
melin track team, entered for Satur
day's sport events nnd, Inutcnd of
calling on Principal Home, or any
nno elte, relative to the matter, he
sought publicity by sending n wire
less to ono of tho papers. Dr. Hand
called on President Home, after tho
publication of his note, and that nil
Ihoilty plainly nnd tersely showed
the sporting medUn tho error of his
doings, and placed him in tho
straight and narrow way. Tho "Ku
mchameha Track Team" Is all right,
nnd the entries will all bo thcro to
mako good. Hah, nh, Knmchn
'.ueha! (Signed) FAIR PLAY.
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Thcro will ho a meeting of tho
Knlanlaminlo ll.ineball League nt the
homo of President Vlcrrn ono week
from tonight, when all the business
fur the season of 1907 will be closed
up. The members of thejenguo will
also consider n suitable method of
presenting the championship trophy
nip to tho ChincBo Athletic Club,
which camo out with flying colors
rfter tho hnrdest fight in the history
ol tho club. Scvcial l evolutions will
bo adopted. President Vlcna Is
sending out tho notices today.
X 8 k
Stanford Unlvorslty, March 10.
Tho Varsity baseball team today de
feated tho team from St. Vincent's
College of Los Angeles by n scoro of
'I to 1 In' tho best gama seen on tho
campus this season. Wltmor was of
fectivo throughout tho gamo whllo
Ylmrrando of tho Southern team was
weak at critical moments.
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The prizes for the winning nth
Irtcs Saturday will be distributed by
tho following ladles: Mrs. V. F.
Frenr, Miss Virginia Frcur, Mrs.
Kuudscn, Miss Ituth Knudscn, Mrr.
Urnlncrd Smith, Miss Dorothy Smith,
Mrs. F. J. Lowrey, Miss Allcu Mooro.
Mrs. Frenr will crown the victors
with Ids. f
X K X
Kltc-flylng is being boosted ns a
sport. "Sky-day" will bo an annual
affair it tho Idea makes a "hit,
Sorenson & Lylo have Just com
pleted a now cat-boat for Dr. San
ford. It Is n piotty llttlo craft, nnd
will bo ablo to cut through tho
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
will be offered at prices ranging from 25 Per Cent, to 50 Per Cent.
Reduction from regular pncei, as follows:
MEIf'S COL. and BLK..FELT HATS, formerly Jl.po, J1.7E,
U'.oo, 2.60, jSiOO, 3.6o; N0W ?lt25 ?150( $1.75,2.00, 2.25,'
A New Stock of DERBY6, formerly 3.00, $3.50; NOW $2.25.
$2 76 "
MEIf'S STRAW HATS, 35c. 50c. 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1,50,
$2.00' $2.60 j WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. '
,;j MENU'S MANILA HATS,?1.50, $2.00: 'A Vqry Close Imitation
of a Fine.Panama Hat. -,' r l ' 4
MEN'S CAPS, 35c; 50c, 85c, $1.00 $1.50.i$3.0Q. Here wc
have f the 'New AUTOMOBILE CAP. '' :v " " "
BOYf STRAW HATS, 25c, 35o, 60c, 75c, $1.00. $1.25:
WORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY I
B0Y8' FELT HATS, $2.00; Reduced From 3.00.
CAPS, 25o, 35o, 75c. $1.00.
PANAMA HATS, 10.00, 12.00 and J1R.00 nuallty ALL
REDUCED TO $7.50.
This includes the 1908 Styles.
L- B, Kerr & Co., Ltd.
wavcR at u Rood gpocil. The mast
Mvlll he placed In tho hoat today, and
It will be launched a couple of d.ivn
ti a a
The fastest kind of running will
bo the older of tho day nt the IIojh'
Field Saturday All of tho main con
testants have boon in training for a
long time and thoy will bo In thu
pink of condition when tho starter
tends llieni oft" on the vnrlouB races.
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Tho following donations to the
yacht wero received yestorday: K.
O. White, canvas for sk light nnd
hatch covers; Anno Mnilc Picscolt,
(hlua plate with Hawaiian roat-ilf-iiiniHj
Robert Ujcroft. sextant! Ilei
ry (illcH, sallmakcr's outfit,
tt a a
Kninehaniehas havo won two,
ihnmplonshlps tocker nnd track
meet from tho Oahus. Tho Oahus
havo-won the football championship
nnd nio now laying their plans to
rnpturo tho coming baseball cham
pionship, to oven up. '
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Improvements are going along In
great shape at tho Country Club. Tho
buffet Is being built downstairs un
der tho lanal, a very suitable place
Indeed. Other improvements that
pro now taking place will make tho
a a a
Tho chaigo against the Kiimcha
inclia track team has been with
drawn. P. L. Home, president or
tho schools, stated that the team was
composed of members in good stand
ing who were eligible to ruiikuudoi-
tho school colors.
A number of the local small
yachts havo been on the mniluo
ways laloly. A cruise will probably
bo oigiinizcd in tho noar future.
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The Hawaiian (Inn Club will start
tho pilzn shooting next Sunday
morning nt 10:30 o'clock.
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Captain Lylo and Nnvlgattir Hur
lis! Looks pretty good, eh? Now,
Frosh milch cow. Apply O. It. Vra
llctwctm I'llknl nnd Alnp.il Sls pock
etbook containing card of owner.
Howard at this office. 39Gl-lit