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ways gives the wood-work of
a room a good appearance.
Over old paint or new wood
H' 3 MaRouny or Oak color al- II T l MMM! IMIIIIDMV
produces good results. It
stains and varnishes at the
same time. Is made in Oak,
Cherry, Mahogany, Rose
wood, Walnut, Ebony. You
will be surprised at the case
with which you can entirely
change the appearance of
your room. Let us tclFyou
some good things wc know
about the Stain. "
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A SWELL LINE OF THESE PRETTY EASTER TOYS.
MANY EASTER NOVELTIES' '
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'Bracelets, Rings, Brooches, Etc.,
leady-mnde or carved and designed
Jn preferred styles.
, You are cordially invited to call
and we shall be pleased to show you
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Japanese , Curios, Silk Kimonos,
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Our full line. of Cards and Novel
tics for Easter The Largest Dis
ph7 Wc Have EvcV Had are now
Particular attention to Island or-
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Agts,
Repaired by our Auto Expert.
-Schuman Carriage Co.,
Vcb3tqr, the expected-to-bc chum
ploit In the Y. M. C. A. handball ton
test, Juts been relegated to Second
place, the "unexpected" happening,
ns usual, nnil the "dark horse," In
I he person of J. Ilnptlst, coming to
(he front and tnMng nwny from Wcb
ftcr liis prestige ns leader. This linp
)cned when lluptlst, who ling coino
up the line seemingly unuotlco), bent
Webster out In their Inst meet In n
ier well-contested game. The stan
ding of plnycls up to date Is ns fol
C. Lewis won fiom S. Dunn, K-4,
S. Dunn won from W. Ocrtz, lS-rf,
It. Axtcll won ft oni S. (Inrdla.ilS-t
1 l-tr., l."i-6. ' '
.1. Whitney won from V. Ilceher!
i:,-8, tr,.r. .
M. .lolinstoii won from u. Vocllcr,
15-3, 1S-S1. x
J. llaptlst won from T. McOnlrc,
W. Kaseinan won fiom II. Nickel-
ecu, 15-, 15.-13, 1B-3.
M? Johnston won' from' V,'. Knsc-
in. hi, in-:,, .ir, i ctt. ' '
J. llaptlst won from U. Currcy,
l.-.-S. i:,-7. , ' "
M. V. dc Coll!) won fiom .1. C. low
ing. lI-(, li'-l,
J. McCuIro won from .). C. lowing,
l.'.-O, ir,-9, 'ia-'J.
W. KAscinnn'Won from T. McOuIro
11. I'errclin won fiom 1 Franks,
8-15, 16-1, lG-.
V. 1'ianKs won from .1. C. Kwlnc,
M. Johnston won fiom V. Ocrtz,
C. l.cwls won rrom W. Rcitz, Ki-5,
.1.. llaptlst won from J. Noll, 15-5,
.1 llaptlst woil'tioni W. Oertz, lR-3
.1. 3' Nott 'fi!i 'from M. V.' do Col'fo,
ii-r, ir-:ritt. -'
J. Ilapjlst Willi 'rriun StYu. 'Wrl'l
Mcr, 12-15, 15-rj; 15-H.
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l'ho Seaside' ).cntic' hutf preiftucd
the1 schedule- or i.iinbs Tor tho'VotriliiK
eeason; the flrsl.cama. mis plajtd
jestordiiy on k'lY'tfli'i Bwuniln -anil
WiiB won by the. glur-iAho. Kollow
iiK me tho dates 'Set for tho rest of
April 12 Oldiwh'vs. Star-Line!!
I'aeinc vs. sweet violets,
April 16 Pacific ' ys. &tar-Mnr-;
Okuwn vs. Sweet Violets.
April 2C Swcel'Vloletsys. Sin.--I.luc;
Oliiiwn vs. Stnr-I.lRht(
May 3 Star-l.lne vs. Stur-Mght;
Pacific . Okuwn.
May 10 Sweet Violets vs. Btar
l.lBht; Piiclllc vs. Stnr-I.lne.
May 17 Okuwu h. Star-Muo; Pa
tlllc vs. Sweet Violets.
May 21 Pacific vb. Star-l.lght;
Okuw.i vs. Sweet Violets.
May 31 Swcot Violets vs. Star
Line; Okuwn v, Star-l.lght.
Juno 7 Stur.-Unc vs, Star-I.lghl;
Paclllc vb, Ojuwn.
Juno 14 Sweet Violets vs. Star
l.lght; Pacific vs. Star-I.lue.
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Tho tryAmt gume nt the I.caguo
gioumlB last Saturday afternoon be
tween teams from the Diamond Hqad
and St. Lrfuts clubs, nspfrnnts for
championship' honors, season of 1903,
did not develop nny'ilew star amongst
tho outfit, all of the old-tlmo players
putting 'up good work. The teams
ure probably picked now by the man
agers nnd will be announced shortly.
Tho try-out giimo went to tho St.
Louis learn by the score of 3 to 2 In
n mile-Inning contest. ,
The Kaplolaul Park League sent
their teams afield yesterday at Ka
plolaul Park and tho Raines played
wore witnessed by a .great crowd,
mostly Portuguese people, who evinc
ed hearty Interest throughout. The
first gamo was between tho Lea his
and tho Highlands -nnd afforded In
tel est lu run-gottlng, nt least, if not
lu good play. The Highlands won
out by it Bcoro of 15 to 10. The sec
ond game wifs between tho Uollnnco
mid Twilight teams nnd wijs full of
Intel est thioughout. At tho ninth
Inning tho teams tied and each got
n run In tho tenth and eleventh. The
Hellance, howovcr, picked up n run
In tho twelfth, the Twlljghts railed,
nuu thus th Kelanco,vyon out by n
bcoro 6r Hi ty. 9. '
Tho Hagle sports every ono of
them, and all good sports nt that,
leavo their Honoluluvoyrlo toddy for
their annual fly to tho Peninsula for
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Jay Gould Still Champion
Ni:V VOHK, N. Y Apill II
Idonshlp, defeating Miles.
i , i i in, iJiirAi iii jiiitfrt Aff in "
Thu 27th successive contest In the
Kolf tourney for the White Hock cup
took plncc on Sunday, the 12th, tit
the Moannhin grounds, Ilcnutlful
weather prevnlled nnd considerable
enthusiasm wnH evinced by tho many
onlookers (hiring the progress of the
1 contest. The result wns that l.ils
27th contest was the closing one for
the possession of the cup, Austin
White (scratch) being n thlrd-tlmo
I winner, nnd, Instead n stein, the
White Itock cup will be hereafter nn
'ornament to the family sideboard.
Wl(l,n mn.ln 1. lu Mtot l.'l.l nt llli.m.i.
II IIIIU tlMIIH' 11,1 III., ..... ... ...1......1-
Ilia, scoring St net, with a handicap
of 4; the setond win was at llnle-
Iwn, score 77 from scratch. W.
Simpson had n two-time winner's
hold, but did not Keep his grip. J.
C. lCvans took a rase of White Itock
ns second prize, following arc tho
Kvans, J, C. .
Kdmunds, C. I
Flddes, .1. . . ,
Hliltinu 1 II
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IVilUilMI, II. I.
Ilnlstcud, P. .
llnrwood, P. J
Mahnulu, A. S.
Mclnerny, J. I).
Woon, Win. . .
Wilder, II. A. .
Wilder,. V. ,C.
White, J5. 0! .
White, Aus. . .
Yoiuvk, J. O, . .
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i "PaJOIcisoii, Jhc pi mooter of tho
iroK-pi baseball contests bcHvecn
the' JapanesjVnlver'slty and thd lo
cal clubs.'is pretty certain that dell
titto AuVs, rcfntlvo to the expected
'meetings, will be lecelved by tho
.heji.t.,slnmor from the( Orient.
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, "Hans" Is resting; or, tit least, was
enjoying nn enforced lest yesterday
by tlie ndvlco of his trainer. Prof.
Pete Ilarron. Ho goes to work today,
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Pete Ilarron, the trainer nnd In
structor of both big linns nnd little
Kobe! Is, was off his feed himself yes
terday, so both of the mat artists had
t: t: it
Huberts feels very confident of be
lng nlilo to down his man in short
order. Hut then Knuahl thinks that
he himself will be tho winner, and
there jou nre.
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The hacker of Huberts has not
shown up for the last few days and
tho bTttlor naturally wonders whether
his manager-Is sick.
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This coming wrestling ovent, IX
curried out clean and sqiiniely, will
lend to bring mat artists ill to piomt-
nence hero. Theie nio several good
lotal wrestlers In town.
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Peto Ilarron Is a pretty handler of
mo luu-pounu oar (iiimoncii ami so
lu Hobcrts. Pete, however, can hiiu
dlo the bell with cither or both
hands, wlillo Huberts uses his light
only. Hans doesn't monkey much
with tho belli
Mttsuka nnd Roberts aio looked
forward to as very liable to meet In
n mat encounter after tho lomlus
contest Is ovor.
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Will Prcstldgo Is doing good work
with Kamie, and the big Hawaiian
appreciates It. Ho Is a good and
wining worhoc, nun rresiiugu iui um
work cit out'.
Tho Atchison, Topeka & Santa l'o
It It. CoJ wrlies tho Promotion Com
mittee, stating Hint Inquiries regard
ing Honolulu have been coming
from its Eastern agents, nnd they
have booked quite a number of peo
ple for' steamers leaving during tho
next few months: Ho slates further
that It Is a hard matter to get ac
commodations, oven now, on tho
stenmeiK leaving two months hence.
.laj Could lelnlns the tennis (ham-
H.-tEchnll, as usual, -held the attcu
Hon of qulto a largo gatheilng nt
this lltvcrsldc Park yesterday lifter-'
noon nnd the Interest In contests
wns added to by the music of the
bnnd, which played from 1:30
o'clock until the Inst ball wns pitch
ed over the plate.
The conteatnnts In tho guinea
wcic: I'lrst, Sweet Violets nnd Orl
entnls, nnd In a poorly-played gnmo
the Sweet Violets won out by n scoro
(if 19 to 6.
The second game of the day, with
the bnnd still playing,' was between
the JaiKinesc Asahls and the Chinese
Alohas Jr.; won by the latter by the
score of 15 to 0.
Company K of the National (luard
defeated n team from tho 20th Infan
try, U. S. A., by n score of S to C. On
Saturday next tho final gamo be
tween these teams will lake pl.ico,
and If Company K holds Its own It
will be tho cup-winner.
Yesterday wns nn Idial day for the
yachting fraternity, a wut sheet nnd
n Mowing sen being guirantccd by
the picvallliig stiong northerly wind
which lasted all day. Only n few o
tho yachts are lu commission, how
oxer, and little advantage could bo
taken of tho auspicious weather.
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The Kamchamcha made n long tun
outside yesterday but under a reefed
mainsail. Those on board tcportcd
Having had a highly Interesting time
by lenson of tho Btrong winds. Com
ing to her iiiichorago tho "Knm" wns
laid alongside In u yachtsmaiillks
manner. "Wouldn't crush an egg
shell, sir!" being the comment of
:,: :: :t
The King Dove, tho Newport-rigged
catbo.u owned by Oculist San
fiml, did not leave. her moorings yc
tciday, although, the wind uml wea
ther gave grand opportunity for u
try-out. The boat looks as though
sliu Is overmasted.
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Tho Pnkaona, I.lojd Coukllng'B
lively jnclit, ran cmt us usual during
tho high winds of jesf onlay. Alt
went well until by nn error of the
crow tho ccntcrhnnrd pin cnino out
anil then something dropped. Tlu
yacht wns then lit tho channel ami
drifting seaward, but, Lloyd display
ed tho P. 1). (J. signal nnd Young
brothers' launch went to his aid.
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The Hawaii (old) niiidq n run to
Pearl Harbor yesterday.
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The now lluvVall Is still on tho sa
line railway, as is also the OinM;-'.
FOOTBALL I Hi! MY 1111
tlonoliilii, March 30, 1908.
J. T. Molr, Ksij., Chairman, July Ith
Committee, Hllo, Hawaii.
Dear Sr: Upon a former Kouith
of July an association football team
from Honolulu visited Hllo to play a
game against tho locul team th'ere.
If your lommlttcc Is desirous of ar
ranging such another ovent I should
bo glad to bring against Jou on July
Fourth next cither u representative
Honolulu XI, or if you think that
would bo loo strong for you, u com
bination calculated to give n good
oven game. In tlls latter enso I
would endeavor to bring tho Y. M.
C. A. association teanii or which 1
I shall In either case ho glad to
know whether your'tommlttco will
defray the expenses of tho visiting
: H -a a a a - a a
BAND CONCERT .
-a a a a a a a a a a a I
A public moonlight conceit will ho!
given UiIh ovenlng nt 7:30 at Kmma I
Squat o. Herr Herger nnnouncoB tho I
following program: j
PAKT I. I
Orand .March "Holidays" .. I.achncr
Overturo "Solemn Hours". Heiiinnoiit
Hallad "Tho Palms" rauro J
Solcctjon "Kind Providence". Tolmnl l
PAKT II. I
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. ,nr bj llorgor !
Selection "Amcilcan 'Alr".Coiili'nio
Hallad "Klua Maka IJIIilll" ... IleiilB
l'lnnlo "Watermolnn Vino" . . Allan
"Star Siangled Uunuur"
Remember that the Garbage Depart
ment has profited to cart cway the
refuse when you clean uplyour side
walk. Call up the department when
your part of the work Is done.
Hobert Kune, ngod 104 years, died
at llushnell, III. He was born In
Ireland. Ho lived at llushnell bev
MANUEL SEIS. Call up at any
time by tlephone any one of these
iiumbeis: 200, 200, 1007.
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IH 3 a li ti a Q EV V KrfS Kss7 J
I Begins on MONDAY, the 13th
SEE WINDOW DI3PLAY FOR SOME OF THE BAR- i
I GAINS. .
I "REDFERN" and "WARNER'S RUST-PR00F."
IN ALL DESIRABLE STALES. :
"HELD HIGH IN
Write us for the bookie, wherein is told how and why the
Pope Hartfotd, at $2700.00 is better value than any
other automobile in the world, irrespective of price, horsc-powcr,
or number of cylinders.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
the' fofemosf inventor of tin aijc, rendered his best service to
the musical" world when he give it the EDISON PHONOGRAPH
(lcw Model). This machine is superior in every point to any
other phonograph, and yet costs less, nnd the records arc cheaper.
Call and hear it at the
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls,
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, 0 jib way of Y. B., A. J, 0. 0 No. G0247, -and
Guenon Lad, 2nd Ax J. C. C, No. 02304, at service at $10.
TgL890 The Pond Dairy
Just received1 the latest and most
up-to-date, styles and shapes.
We are also showing a new line
of Black Voil Skirts, ttiese are
right from the factory and are
chip, and natty.
seo oui 1908
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