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WVKNIXO DULLUT1N. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MATICH .lO, 100S.
Tlie little Paint Mail says :
settles the question of quality.
LET US SEND YOU COLOR CAP.DS AND PRICES.
E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Come and see our 190S
Pope - Hartford.
HXID HIGH IN
Write ui for the bcokle' vl:?rcin is toju how nnd why ths
Pope H a i t o r il, a" $2750.00 better vM.s than tiny
ether automobile in the wor.d, irrespective of pr.'rc, horsepower,
or number of cylinders.
Von Hamm - Young Co., Ltd.
would be good enough if they were repaired.
Bring them to u i. Vfc use the hjghesf grade leather
and do superior work.
Men's Shoes half soled and heeled 1.23
Women's Shoes, Inlf-solcd and heeled $1.00
1110 UNION STREET.
is showing the oaly
Send in your orders at once to
The Tiuest Jade Jewelries, Eto.
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
0 IC. Rulcuroclti,
nOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL,
P&WYW&'VJ' S3 ?rfeTro
s. Bae.r& Ji-ibL, w scif ?ijy 3Jl3
fiT 1 J1 If J Belivered
Wlicn you want fresh paint ro to
HALL'S nnd buy some; don't take it
eft" the lawn ccnt3 because you can
irct it for nothing. By the way, The
Little Paint Man vrents to know if
vour floors do not need touching up?
' thsy do, Shenvin-Villian!3 Porch
'loar, Inside Floor or Floorlas will
interest you. Tinishcs that cover
well nnd dry quickly, nnd, last but
not least, every can has the name
Sherwin-Williams on it, and that
P. 0. BOX 007,
tr-. n v
a tu in tfr
Coyao Furniture Go.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Agts.
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Sweet Violets Lose
Tlie Aiilna ilofcateil tho crack
Sweet Violets yesterday iiCtcrnoiiti nt
Anl.t I'.irk. The llrst snmc of tho
Riverside Junior League was fnr
leltctl to tho Chinese Alolms. Tho
Oi luntaln didn't show up on account
of tho C. A. C. Iiutu. Tlie Mar pitch
rr, A. Asam, twirled n good and
Mistily Kamv, striking out nix men.,
I.lttle Archi placd a crack llrst'
I'nBC. Sam Hop did not step on n
hnnnnn ccl nnd ho had a glovo nn
big na a li.mlict out In center Held.
It l.i a treat tit see htm catching
floud-slilmniera wlitlo running back
wards. In the tlrst canto the Sweet
Violets scored tho first run, find tho
Anlas Hnired Tour runs in three Inn
'ngs. After that they smashed Nick
rctcraon for five moic. Wm. Hoo-'
pal played a very good gnuio In left
field. The next game between tho
Asahla nnd the Aulas will bo an In
lcie3tlng contest. In their last game
tho Anlns had to pl.iy thlttcen Inn
I'lgs before they defeated tho sons
ir NIimioii. Manager C. K. Abo will
Klvo hla luna snappy practise tlila
nccl,. o they will le In good condi
tion, and will try to break the Itiv
"jsldo Senior locoid of a tT-lnnlng
Same. Tho president of tho Hlter
flilc Junior l.encno will depart tor
Hie shores of Mnttl soon nnd there
lore will hold n nieetlni; tonight In
A. I.. C. Atkinson's omci, Juilil hulhl
inr, to illseust some very Important
bu'ilnesa umeernlng tho IciBiie.
Tho ilctallcd ccoics:
AAI.A AT1ILI2TIC CI.UII
K.I 111 Hop, cf .... I
i. Clement.' 3b , .!
I). Archi, lb ....:
11. I'.rllo, c 1
A. Asaiii. i . . .
V. llnop.il, ir .
H. K. Kala. 21).
SI. Correa, si .
I. Souza, if...
J. Smith, if ..
.39 9 17 9 27 11 1
A It II S
All Hook, cf ..
N. Peterson, p.
,i. r'lorcs, e . . .
ltliey, 2b .
n n .1 p ,y
I o T o i
10 10 1
AKn, ss 1
W. Wing, if 2
j ., 1
.31 I 7 I 21 10 (i
: lly Asam, 0; by N.
liases on balls: lly
N. Peterson, 2. , Two-
base hits: Correa
base lilt: Kaulll,
lilt by pitched
ball: Sam Hop. I'niplre: Ku Sue.
S(oier: Ah Pul. Time of game, lhr.
Seine by Innings:
I 1 2 ;i I r, fi 7 S 9 '
3. Violets 10 0 0 0 0 111 I
Aula A. C. ... 0 0 4 0 0 3 0 2 U
OCEAN VIEWS AfiE'THERE
WITH TIEjUMX SUCK
In tho first championship gamo of
tho season, tho Ocean V'.owawatted
out a corking victory by tho score ot
17 to 10. Tho scoro was 10-alI In
tho first part of the nliith, but tho
Views were all to the good with tho
strong-arm work, slugging out seven
big runs before thoy wcro sent back
to tho bench. Tho Policemen wcro
unnblo to do an) thing In their halt
of tho inning. Tho tale:
SCoro by innings:
1 2 3 1 C G7 8 9
Ocean Views ..01230001 717
11, H 0 12 3 0 113 115
Police -.00032113 010
II. II. -. 2 2 12 3 2 2 2 218
Three-babe hits: Mm tin, Ilalley,
Kuliulowal. Two-base lilts: I.eandro,
Ilalley, Makanul, Espinda (2), Unt
ie r, S. Parker, II. Pnrltor, Hod, Mc
dclros. Sacrifice hits: Ilalley, Kao
wal, Kaapn, Minor, Medelros. Loft
on bases: Ocean Views, Bj Police, 12.
liases on errors: Ocean Views, 10,
Police, C. Stolen bases: Ocean
Views, 10: Police, 7. Doublo plays.
Iteil-.Mlner-ll. Parker. Struck
out: lly Kaupa, 5; by Medelros, 7,
John D. Hockcfollcr, Jr., has form
ed n lllblo clnsa oigimlzntlnn which
pinnihies to liieludo nil tho lllblo
classos of tho country.
EDITED BY CHARLES C. ALBRIGHT.
(MD I'll I FitllSIIED
i-i mm lEAiEl
Two gooil guinea of baseball wcro
lilaeil nt tho Kaplotinl I.caguo
grouinU ye3terdiry. In tho first coo
lest the l.eahla sprung a surprise on
their opponent by defeating th
Twilights In the tuno of C to 2.
Tho Highlands wcro tho lucKy
bojs In tho second gamo nnd won
from tho Young Tidal Waves by tho
rloso scoro of 3 to 2. This gnnio was
tho best of tho afternoon by far.
Tho scores were na follows:
(.eahls 11110020 0 C
Twilights 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02
liases on balls: Off Dcpont, G; off
John Amny, 2. Struck out: Hy I)e
pont, 13; Amoy, I. Two-baso hits:
Depont, MiCillllilii. l'asscd halls:
Awal, 2. Time of gnnio: lh. 20m.
1 2 8 I 5 0 7 8 0
Y. T. V 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3
Highlands 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 I
liases on halls: OH Mcdclros, 9;
Turin, 2'. Struck nut: lly Mcdclros,
4; I'arla, C. Double play: I'edro to
Fernandez to Comes. Passed balls:
Kcimthdcz, l; HnoH, 1. Time of
game: lh. ,. Umpire:-Alex. Kin.
A STAR SHINES
The Kauluwchi b.iseball team won
1 . . -.-. 1 .-'..
a good game cslcrday from tho
School street team by tho scoro of
II to 0. Joseph Hew Chong pitched
a 3tar game and did some excellent
batting. Ilia team-mates have him
doped nut for a Coast league player
POLITICS IN IIAHAKUA
,,,, ,, , ... ., , I wrebtler with the greatest of oast.
IMlo. Maieh l.-lho Trlbuno llo 8(1 itlrrtiiH any nnd everybody
says: Politics In Ilnninkuu must bo 1It ,10 !s Klnp. t ,,, llIt ,lCT0 on
leaching .tnyicuto stage Inasmuch as , lloxt trp (lf tll0 vcsst( ,)rlls
Judge Henry Hall, once considcre.i McLnglilan down fiom tho Coait,
as the guide, philosopher and friend nml Bmw tlcso ri,Pf. B()ino rea
of Supervisor V. N. Purdy, has talc, wrestling. Let him piovn himself In
,en the aid of the courts to make ., -nntcst with any one out of a doz
I Purdy pay li bill long owing for or-',.,, i(1Cil willing bullies and then
dlnary ncLCShltlcs of life.
Tho proceedings by which Judgo
Hall was' utile to nbtr.lu a Judgment
end g.trnlt'Iico (inter on Supervisor
Purdy'n Hill.lry as such wcru out of
I Being District Judge himself, and
nlso being 'tho ci editor of Supervisor
I'urny to the extent or ni,uoo,
Judgo Hall could not very well sit
' in Judgment on a euro In which h
was himself Interested. Ho toot
I the matter to Judgo Parsons' Circuit,
Judgo of tho Fourth Circuit, with '
I tho leiuilt that A. Fernandez, form-1
'crly a Supervisor and a member .rj
the Legislature, was appointed net-:
.ing District nuiKlstrnto of llamakiin1
to sit In his particular case. Fer-I
I ! ,ln )...., I tl,n At l.lnl, j... ...! Il
j ilil 11 III' A 111' 111 II UIU ill V 111 U II II W mail"
, cd u garnishing order on the County
.''Audllnr C. IC. Magulro for the
- , ,.,., "
......,.. ". ' " " ""i-jKnown olloll man. cuuiiuenci.il to llo
I 1.IUIU llio tlln lfnitilllt lmilnu,inlll.l .. . ..
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inu nun iiiiiiiiiBi-u iii pin mn
nliunst hopelessly In debt does not
navo llio troiinio or (Olietling llio imeiiuini aim ivuiiiiini.uiii snc.ci.es,
lonvonlent .'.0 u month for u fewwc'u u "' wknrf They wero be-
months at all event..
ALOHA TO TH BOYS.
IIIlo, March 21. Tho Club House
at S'i Miles, Ohm, was the sceno nt
great festivity lilt Saturday evening
'iiii-ii a iiiiiy ,,i iiieiiiin Ktiuiriuil in
show Jack Phillips and Krncst Unci
HIT Just what they thought of I !:-m
for deciding to go uway. John Watt,
manager nr Ul.ui I'laiitntlun, preslil-, Maiy ilrown and Mrs. Knilly Conradl
ed and those nbout tho board wore luesldents nt tho societies, wero on
J. N. Phillips, K. U. rfnckllff, W. ll.lknnd to sco 'that nil tho members wore
Hlser.uaii. A. M. Iloylo, It. 1). Jun- l'iciiteil to th9 Queen.
kin Hi- Fred Irwin V J Watt ' sllcrlrf Keolaniil placed n number
Kin. in. i red irwin, A. J. Wutt, of 10 co mc t thu (Ull,K)aa .
.nines liigals, I. Iwnsahl, II. Spencer. , tll0 Quccll A 10 colll(y ,mial,
I. J. Williams, U. O. Supe, H. . ' wero present and made tho function
(icrlach, A. A.jForsyth, W. S. Ward, ' one of tho notablo gatherings In IIIlo
C. (liilcomottl,' H. W. Flncko. C. J. Ir many years.
Oiddlngs, H. Dent, II. Flrher. F. II.
Weoks, F. W. Mnage, IJ, Soior, J, S.
Orace, F. A. Iliirulnghum, Charloi
Arlolc, O. A. Cool, F. Sakumnkl nnd
Tho bill of fare was long nnd vnr-
led and nmplo Justice, was done It by,
'he good trencher-men gatluicd to
Imued pig was pronounced to bo tho
'tost delicious evor pioduccd nnd It
'.f calculated that oven when in far
off Now Zcnland Jack Phillips will
Toasts varied tho derails of the
dinner nnd not one nt those) prcsont
oscaped making a speech. Tho af
falr wound up with tho singing ot
"Auld Lang Syne,"
Berkeley Freshmen Won
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., March 28 Tho llerkeloy freshmen today
defeated tho Stanfoid freshmen nt football by a scoro of 81-t0i
Italian Car In Nevada
HIIYOMTK, Nnvadn, Mnrch 29. Tho Italian car hiiH.departcd henco
In tho nutoniobllo inco tinin New Veil; to I'nrlu by way of Siberia.
T.qast Each Other At
Tho grand luau glicn jcslenlay by
Hie Chlueso Athletic Club, tho winners
or tho championship of tho league for
the season of 1907, was one of tho
greatest successes of Its kind that
lias ever been attempted In this city.
The Chlneso boys nro proud of thu
fact that they uro now the hohlurn of
tho Clilllingwnrth cup, and they
showed It. They nro good BpnrtBiiicn,
nnd deserve great credit for tho man
ner of carrying things out throughout.
A great many complimentary re
marks were passed on account of tho
excellent politeness of tho Chlneso
boys in tho handling of their many
guests Kstcrdny. Tho lergtio presl
' dent, of course, t.at at the head of tho
llnl.l.. .....1 nt l.tn ol.t.. ......... .1 -..-I.
of 0,: A . IH, " another
president at his oilier side.
The lads tumlo tlieniHolvea pop.
! nlnr nnd earned for themselves a
tianio ns,roynl hosts, for there aru few
I... nil....,...! .1... I ,...(.. .. ,..
who attended the luau yesterday who
will soon fmget the excellent treat
incut accorded them.
There Is u big husky down on th"
(dl-sto.uucr Santa .Maria who saja
ho can put It all over any local
"Sam" Woller brought back u
thoroiighhrcil fox terrier when ho nr-
lived hcie tho other day. The canine
Is one of tho best over seen In tho
dty. It answers to the nailie of
Qlcc, ,.,,.;,, 0110 r IIlo ,ns.
Leiigers on tho new Inter-Island
ileiuner Milium Ken which arilvuil nt
JIllo Inst Wednesday mowing at 1U
tX'plfM'Xt 1 tlf'ltllTfxl tl fll'-ll 1lll1tll 1(111 t.H
" v. i i i';iil t .UjiU"M ly
!"lu c'"!ll,"sl:"'llc Jlllltcn. Tlio wharr
'9 "'Ickly cniw.leil. When tho Mai.
na Kca approached Kualll. n well
no in nonor or the tjucen, who was
uniriti-iBiaii'iiiig on uio hock. Tho nlllcora nnd
) the meuihcra nt the l.llluojmhiui, Kal
lui-Ki-u nun icih. ino ijiiceu, aceom-
panlod by J,JVh. ICninu Nnwalil and
.wis. J. Aca, was conve)eil to Nawnhl
icsldcnco on School street. Tho sur
rey which contained tho loyal liarty
was uillsllcdlly decorato I with mallo
On Thursday morning n icccptlon
was given by tho Queen to tho niein
hers of tho Hawaiian societies. lix
(lincrnor Il.iker nnd Mrs. J. Ae:i us-
blstcd tho Queen In receUlng while
Mrs. Nawalil rcceled llio guests. Mis,
Mrs. Mury Shlpmun, Mrs. Jiulgo
Hnp.il and Hov. S. Desha ulso gave u
vdry elabornto lunch In tho afternoon
in honor of the Queen. Tho hookupus
wero numerous and u good many of
which wero brought back luBt Satur-
llllV riliplt,.- II. n rlim-.ra n.n.. ... Itll..
she was kept busy receiving callers.
Here Is nn. extract fiom a letter ro
cclreil In today's jmnlj from .Major Vi-n
Vllet. writing fm F;t l.lhcuiu,
Aluska: "Snow bIx feet on level ami
still falling. OJi, for llio waters of
Wnlklkt and hp Bmlv n! thy South
Sea Islanders." ,
Hapnlniil, ono of tho "guards of
Onhu prison, dlui) yesterday nrter
noon, Ilnpalnui whscmployed in tho
postoffjeo ilurjng .tho monarchy, but
resigned when tho kingdom was out-thrown.
We have just received from
A Select Assortment of
which we will place on display on
Wednesday Next, April 1
Hawaiian Iron Fence
EXT TOYOUNO DLDO., '7S-190 KING STREET.
'"',"' '" " "- PV. ;' yg ...,
Tho Ilnpal caso was arnued In the
Supreme Court thin umrntuK anil miIj
mittcd. This In tho cat-e upon which
dcpcnilH tho validity of the cluiibo In
tho land laws requiring Hettlcrs to
live upon the land. Judge llapal of
Hawaii took up one ot the Obm
lol.x, but continued to reside In IIIlo.
Tho Land Department notified him
to tmrrender tho lot on tho ki'oiiuiI
thr.t he had failed to comply with
tho rcotilicments, but tho JiidRO re-
"I iifrO Iff "1 "B
Two ot the Handsomest mid Most Reliable little Runabouts
just arrived ex Alameda.
Come and sec them.
The von Hamm-Young
Tuesday, March 31st.
Bargains in all
For One Week Only
L. B. KERR '& CO., LTD.,
and Monument Works
j fused. Suit was brought In tho Clr
Uult Court nt the Third Circuit to
iniupel him to vacate, but the Juilf.e
of that rnuit held Hint he could not
be ouhtcd. Tho Territory uppealed
to the Supremo Court. A dceislon
may bo expected within u thoil
Judgo l.linlMiy Inn HiM'U luihuu'-iit
by ilef.iult Inr thu l l-ii" I in I he.
l.iinilHlt miilli'i' of l.cwe , & Cio!,e v.
Cnhla and Silvo.
I U Hardliu: nr I veil on tin- rd-u
'hiul'i this moi nir to tnko n po.dtiini
In tlio Intcriinl Itovi'iiuo Set vice.
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