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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.,'TI!UnSDAY, APRIL. 2, 1908. -v "WW. "
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settles thc question of quality.
f LET US SEND YOU COLOR
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or number of cylinders.
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MRS. BUN35T .
is showing the only
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Send tn your orders at once to
, The Finest Jade Jcwelricsv Etc
Hie Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
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Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
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U they do. Sherwin-Williams Porch
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CARDS AND PRICES.
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Painting a Specialty
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Hi dli HOiD
i Mil HOT
Do All Athlellc Stunts
Like Their Big
After the disappointment of the
expected meet of the athletic mem
bers of the Ktimchamcha Ulria'
Ki-himl. nrlclnnllv scheduled for Sat
in day afternoon, the 28th Inst., the
godn proved good nnd Jupiter l'luv.
Ins Bhut off the rnlii, and the earn
estly lool.cd-for event took place in
cording to schedule, on last Tuesday
pfternoon nnd was the1 really gro.it
eent of the Benson amongst tin
girls In athletics.
Followtug Is tho list of events, rec
ord of the fair nthletos' dolngB, and
tho olllcero of tho meet:
In this event the teams were equal
ly matched, bo each had to hustle to
win. Tho rcMilt shows how hard .1
row tho winners had to hoe to win.
ATter a hard fight tho bird of victory
perched on MIsscj Violet Kamaloplli
nnd Kiln KeUucwa, by tho bcoro of
S to 0. '
In this event Miss Mabel Tltromb
camo to tho front and established n
new world's record for glilB, throw
ing tho ball TC feet 9 Inches. Ilnhi
This wus n rnco well run nnd
Jumped; Miss Flora Holloway win
ning In 0:1 0 3-C, within n eerond of
the world's record. Miss Hutu's loss
of (list place wns due to n fall, alas!
This was a Jolly event, nsldc from
being well played, for the Knm boyc,
such ns had tho happy privilege or
being proccnt, sr.ng '"Cheer Up, Mn
ry" nnd otner enlivening Bongs,
which Bet tho contestants going for
nil luTtho same. Tho first half end
ed In favor of the Whites, 10 to fi.
Tho second half hi ought out somo
ground nnd lofty tullibllng on both
sides, in which M133 Tltcomb for tho
Whites and Miss Akul for the Reds
played star parts. Tho Whites dual
ly won by tho close score of 13 to 12;
Tennis (tecond event) Won by
Itcds, Millie Dunn and Wllhelmlna
Wight, Score, C-l.
25-Yard Sack Race "Won by Julli
Million (tied). Time, 11 a-5 sec.
100-Ynrd Dash Won by Nellie
Kepule (Red). Tlmo, 14 4-D sec.
' Throwing llasebnll Annie Rob
ertson (White); 147 reet.
50-Yard, 3-Loggcd Knee Won
by Keds, Annie Davis, Corlnno Villa,
Sophia I'nhla nnd Faustina Van tile
son. Time, 10 1-5 sec.
S-Lb. Shotput Won by Hcds, Ka
lahtlil riltwale; 21 reet 11 Inches.
Following is tho program of
Tennis Red: Adeline Hose, Hs
tiicr l'urdy. White: Violet Kamalo
pill, Ella Kekuewa.
Throwing Ilasketbnll Ked: Ah
Moo AKul, Mary Gohler. Whlto: Ju
lia I'ahla, Mabel Tltcomb. llroke
world's r.ecord, 72 ft. 5 1-2 In.
Tonnls Red: Mllla Dunn, Wll
helmlna Weight. White: Maria Ka
lelaltl, Dora I'ellcr.
Ilasketbnll Ked: Ah Moo Akul
(F), Murgnret Johnson (F), Mary
Gohler (C), Eva Kcaloha (C), Klh
abeth Macy (G), Olivia Townsend
(G). Whlto: Mnble Tltcomb (!'),
Flora Knnl (F), Mary Sholtz ((,'),
Minnlo Kekuown (C), Annie Robin
son (G), Julia Pahla (G).
20-Yard Sack Rnco Red: Radii
Kekela, Sophia Pahla, Faustina Van
Glcaon. White: Florence lloyd, Or
pha Kinney, L'mma Napoleon.
100-Ynrd Dash Red: Annlo Da
vis, Nolllo Kepule, Lydln Pnluui.
Whlto: Roso lllshaw, Julia Mnhlkoi,
Ilesslo Mahikaua. World's recoid l'J
Tin owing nnsebnll Red: Ah Moo
Akul, Mary Gohler, Sarah Kauweiin-
olo White: Lnhap Amana, Annlo
Robinson, Eliza Nalnoa, Mnry Sholtz
World's lecord 105" feet 3 Inches.
no-Ynid 3-I,egged Ruco Red: An
nie Davis, Cannon Vlda, Sophia Pii'
hla, Faustina Van Glebon. Whlto:
Florenco lloyd, Orphn Kinney, Ilnch-
el 1'ijaol, Annie I.tndsey,
8-I.b, Shotjiut Red: Knlinunnnl
Campbell, Loulso Zcrbc, Knlahlkl IM
llwnle. White: Knima Malakaun,
I.uey Kalml. World'B record, 32 feet
100-Yard Hitrlla--rtcd: Annlo Da
vis, Esther IIulu, gainli Knuwenuole.
Whlto: Flora Holloway, Ida Hussey,
Dorn Poller. World's record, 10 1-5
Archorj Red: Julia Lazaro, Ellz
nbeth Macy. White: Flora Hollo
way, Kiln Kokucwa, Mabel Tltcomb.
Track Omccrs Clifford Living
ston, Frank Mackenzie, Abraham a
ta, Austin Whiting.
Field Orflcors Chester Uvlngston,
IUchard Ollvor, Charles Kulllhlwa.
Aichory U. Thompson.
Tonnls Umplio J. I,, Hopwood.
EDITED BY CHARLES C. ALBRICHr.
I'askclhnll Referee Miss Urnco
AnnOunccr David White.
Tliuekcdper Stnnlcy Livingston.
Scorer Clifford Thompson.
Awnider of Prizes Mrs. Knnuhn.
Archery Contest Won by Whites,
Flora Hdllowny, Elizabeth Macy soc
onil, -Half-Mile Relay This was a hot
race from start to finish nnd It look
ed as If the proverbial mouse was In
qvldcnco somewhere by reason of tho
way the contestants ran. Miss Hol
loway for the Whites won out by a
short lead. The ovent was so excit
ing that tho time-taking was over
looked. Keds Whites
Throwing basketball .
25-yd. sack race . . . .
100-yd. ,dash ',
Throwing baseball . .
00-yd. 3-lcggcd race.,
Archory . . ,
1-2-mllo relay .,...,
In Last Game
Yesterday nftcrnoon the last gnino
of basketball 'between tho Normals
nnd High School wns played at tho
Normal court. The Normals were all
to the good nnd led from tho start
to tho end of the game. When the
smoke of battle cleared, the score
stood 20 to 11.
Tho line-up was as follows: -High
School Hughes, Soaies,
guardi; Clllflam, center; Turner,
Dwlght, Junrcalllno, forwards.
Normal's Anjou, llelneckc, guards
Toomey, center; Lindsay, Telxelni,
, Referee Win. Klcc, Jr.
:t u t:
'Mlggs" Donahue has accepted tho
offer of Mlko Fisher of San Francisco
to take a team in .Innnn. Mnnfln nntl
.Honolulu next winter. Donnhuo lias
been delegated to get the team to
gether nnd If tho men go that have
bean selected It will be n combina
tion of stars 9 tho first magnitude,
says the Chicago News. Chance,
Chnsc, Sullivan, "Doc" White and
Wnlsh nre some of the men to bo
asked to go, Fisher took a team to
Honolulu last winter and ho thinks a
trliito (he Orient would bo a great
Biuicess next winter. Twelve or
fourteen men will bo taken along
and native teams In Japan will bo
'II will go aure," said Jlggs, "and
I oxpoct that most of the players who
will bo asked will bo glad of tho
chance. I don't know why Mlko
Fisher came to mo to ask me to gee
up tho team, for I did not know him.
I will willingly undortake the work,
howover, for I believe It will provo
a grand trip nnd a success," San
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An Iiishman writes tho following
In two rounds nnent tho Ilurns
Robl(e fight. , Weep with tho man,
for distent '- i
THC IRISH FAN'S LAMENT
Glory be, there's grief in Dublin.
Just wan punch put Kocho away;
There aro tears rrom Louth to Derry,
Wlrra, wlrra Bad tho day.
Suro 'tis hard on all the country,
U wo cat we'vo got to poach,
For wo sold our pigs and cattlo
And wo put tho coin on Roche,
huro 'tis Bad tonight entirely
In tho little nuld shebeen
What's tho run or dancing
'To the "Wearing or tho Green?",
Muslin darlin', this Is nwful
On us all, my poor colleen.
Get tho Jug; I'll drown mo sorrow
With n sup or old potheen.
And our Jem was such a daisy
At tho Londonorry fair,
"No gossoon In nil tho country
Could stnnd up ng'in him thoro.
Wlrra, wlrra what a difference
To bo bnto by wan Canuck,
On tho Slventeonth n Chuesday
May the dlvll slnd him luck.
Suro wo thought the fairies hit It,
Whon wo took tho lad away;
Oh, bad cess to him that did it,
For he spoiled St. Patrick's day,
Musha darlin', this is awful
On us nil, my poor colleen;
Get tho Jug; I'll drown me sorrow
In a sup of old potheen.
GANS IS JTILL GOOD
PHILADELPHIA., Pa., April 1 Cans stopped Spike Rohson, tho
English lighter, In tho third round of what was to have been a six-round
Bet $150; Also
Has Boy Wrestler
Amosa Kauahl, n boatman, an
nounces that ho Is prepared to wres
tle nny hnole, Japanese or Hawaiian
for the championship or tho Islands.
He lms S1CU to back him up In the
Amosa further stntca Hint ho can
produce a 10-ycnr-old boy to wrestle
any one between tho age of 10 and
15 j ears.
Kon, another Hnwalinn, who lialln
from Kohnl.i, Is nlso anxious to get
a wrestling' match with nil) one. Ho
was the champion wrestler of Kobala.
Frank Knnne and Hans Froelcchcr
nre in training for their match on
tho 18th. Knnaois a strong man but
It Is exceedingly doubtful If ho has
tlvo skill and science necessary to de
feat Froelechcr, If the latter lives up
to his reputation.
Trainer Charles David leaves for
tho Coast this afternoon. While away
Up wM cngago a Jockoy tojldo his
horccs at tho coming races. Ho will
bring back some brood marcs nnd
draught hones, and possibly a racing
animal or two.
New members nro coming In so
fast that the Knllhl Athletic Club Is
on tho lookout for more spacious
n t: ::
Apparently "Peanuts" does not like
n "tulk" challenge. His latest Is u
. Contracts totaling tn amount over
$230,000 have been let by the De
partment of Public Works since tho
first of last November, according to
n statement made, this morning by
This Is exclusive of the routine
work done by the Department Itscir,
but includes tho contract for $118,'
000 ror the completion of the Nuu
unu dam. The balance or the $230,-
000 has been distributed over tho
Territory goncrnlly for wharves nnd
landings, sheds, school houses, etc.
In addition to tho abovo-mentlonrd
amount, contracts aggregating in tho
neighborhood of $80,000 will be ad
vertised this month.
The Department will this month
advertise for bids for the building of
a now school-house at Pala, Maul
This Is to be a fine building, costing
about $22,000, and modeled some
what on tho style of tho new school
nt Wnlluku, which is one of the lln-
tst In the Territory. Tho Pala school
Is to be nn cight-roomod building,
built of reinforced concrote, und tho
plans or the building in tho office of
the Superintendent of Public Works
show It to bo n very handsome build
Ing, classic In design.
Rids ror tho erection or n shed on
Sorenson's wharf, similar to that on
llrowor's whnrf, were advertised for
yesterday, Tho bids aro to bo-opened
April 15. This will bo a one-story
building somewhat hlghor than tho
llrowor's wharf Bhed, and lltted with
ofllces, etc. It will bo used for tho
new stcamor Mauna Kea.
Ono hundred nnd fifteen certificates
of Hawaiian birth have been Issued by
Secretary Mntt-Smlth during tho first
tfiroo montliB of lflOS, against a totul
of 181 for tho cntlro year 1007. accord
Ing to a report mado today by Chief
Most of the certificates Issued were
to people lng ou Onhii. Of tho 115
Issued during tho pnst three months.
u were issued to Japaneso and tho
rest to Chinese or part-Chlneso. Of
tho 184 issued In 1008, 18 wero to .lap
nneso and tho rest to Chlnoso. The
Japaneso appear to bo Just coming to
rcallzo tho valuo of tho certificates
unu iiiuru in mem aro applying,
WHITNEY & MARSH
We have just received from
A Select Assortment of
which we will place on display on
Wednesday Next, April 1
TIME TO THINK ON
Others Interviewed On What Line
Politics Should Take Some
Whllo things are gradually shap
ing themselves toward tho coming
campaign tho thought or whnt the Is-
. .i . n....i . . .
sues or tho political parties aro to
bo seems to bo one which has not en
tcicd many minds, nnd when n num
ber of prominent men, politicians nnd
others, wero asked In legal d tJ their
Ideas on the subject most of them
gnvo the reply that It was too early
to bother about these matters as yet.
Some, however, admitted that It wits
time to discuss these questions, while
others had suggestions to offer:
M. I. Spalding "Tho local option
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i iiitiuv uuu iv id u kuuu iiiua limb it
Ed 'Towso-"I think the conven -
Hon should first of nil pass n resolu-
Hon backing up the Roosevelt admin-
Istratlon from first to last, and I also'
hellevo that Gtiiornor d-'renr has not
made so mitny enemies by tho (lis
chaise of Lyons nnd Holt that It
should prevent nn endorsement o!
his appointment. Tho Republican
party should certainly keep its pledge
to pass a primary law, which It broke
last year, nnd It it could be made to
keep its pledges In somo way, such
measures -should be adopted. 1 have
not ns yet made up my mind us to
whether a local option plank should
be adopted, or whether It would be
better to leave things as they aro un
der the prcseiU law, which is cer
tainly working moro satisfactorily
than any wo have had hero before.
I do not believe In nny legislation,
which would result In a raid that'
Wniltrl flrlva IliA man wlin lmvit In.
vested all they own In the liquor bus-
Incmrout in one fell swoop without
Oscar Cox of Wnlnlua "The Ha
wailana In tho outside districts nro
particularly anxious to have lcglsla-l
tlon passed which will give the Conn-'
ty, and moro especially tdic outside
districts, moro power. They nlso
wish for n different method or dlvl-
slon of tho rovenuo between the'
Counties and the Territory, their'
luc uuuiB in eivo mo territory less
and tho Counties moro money, Somo
"'"""""' piiuuiu uimj uo kivuii in mo
rmfr-m Bmi-iiiiii .
Tuesday, March 31st.
Bargains in all Departments
For One Week Only
L. B. KERR
GREAT WORK ArJ V
Directors Vote Many Improvements
For Comfort of Cuestc.
The directors of tho Kllaiiea Vol
cano House at tho meeting held tho
lliB .tmi n.iilliiAil n anlimtin rt Itit
"""' uu' """'"' V .V . i i
provement Hint will undoubtedly bo
very much appreciated by the travel
In the llrst place tho Volcano
House Is to undeigo n general n no
vation mid lmproement. A new dln-Ing-ioom
Is to bo built so ns to glx.
a good lew of tho crater. The fur
nishings of this new room are to bo
entirely of koa. The Volcano House
Is to be painted.
A new kitchen Is tn be constructed.
'" "IlllII Olll'lMJ Ul 111 W 1IIMI.
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thero will be no fear from drouth
, . . . . .
MiiU It HUfc llllll .UIU "MVUI
1'0 bo I,ronrildc'1 or ach otf '1
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mo' ,roin:8 vleanlJ ocatc"' . . .
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'" i!HJUfi" L'2JSa2SSliJl-
uuniiiiiiiy win nil in nil, mil lor hiiLi-UV
transportation. The new irnd to the
crater Is, or course, nn'o or the fea
tures of comfort. The now steam
ship Mauna Kea is another, und It Is
proposed to link the steamer with tho
toad by hotter service on the rail
toad. From Hllo to the Volcano b
nll-iall route Is ono or tho probobl
The Mnuna Kea Is such a
ship In every way that the '"
House peoplo hopo for a .
that will enable a traveler i
Honolulu at noon or In tho ai
end take lunch at tho Volcanu
the next noon.
Everything that Is attractlv
tourist and within reason
Uo"c' anit " 'f, ho" U, ,lr31
wl" me,ct w " .sucna ,ro"
iiuiiu iiuiii uiu uiiveiliig. pill
i other Improvements now in n
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mn,th S ..
tuated move. , 3
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perfect In every way."
W. O. Smith "I nm nshainbd lo
say that I have not glvon much
mougiii to tne matter or campnlg
Issues. Howover, It Is certainly rlgf
mat ineso matters siiouiu no tat
& CO., LTD.,
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