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TTVTN'IN'O ntn.Lr.TIM, TIOMOLXJLXJ, T II., TUESDAY, APIIII. 28, 1D0S.
CONVINCING testimony en what
an automobile will Jo to gas
oline and tires and your pocketbook
Is the actaal scale-weight, seen
with your own cyej. Weigh a Frank
lin. Demonstration on request. Scj
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TIkiv ; re It'i- r v.n' , II. wl'itll il Uillil.' .all
unmix i ii "im m i ri i'i member, lint ou
cim i ii: '.i' t r n iul v oiil tlicir .ill.
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- 1St J4iSSHKmsafci!fABB'aife5Ji.ia raw
Saw Aala Park Games
1 walrhcil those games at Aula
Park last Sunday anil I wan tlio most
Hawaii To Have
Her First Sail
S NATIONAL I
WHITNEY & MARSH
ON FRIDAY NEXT, MAY 1st
The i m lit Hawaii, liitutuleil for cu
ll y In tin.- Trans-Pnclflc Yacht llace,
which' has ho far failed to become n
realm, wftl jirobably bo glcn licr
Hi st trial urn on Saturday. It Is cx-
liocti'il that sails will bo bent Prldiiy,
anil the 1 1 1 ill little boat sailed out-1
.l.ln ,1... 1ilwi. W'linllin ni" t.nt flinl
Dim- uic iiii .......... ..... ..... . ,,., ,
race will bo mailc, tlio trial of this "' K"ou "" ""'" ' '"'
Score Of 3-2 In Close
Match At Aala
Pans woie t catcil to an exhibition
bin pi lsod man In Honolulu." Bald cnft imU,r hcr w, i.e'urdny afternoon, when tlio St. Louis jKj
iigusu , &
S SIMPLE LIFE
demands sirnnlicity and rcstfulness in
decoration ts well as in living. Don't
turn yonr house into a raujeam or
cover our walls with garish mon
strosities in wall-paper. We'd like
to jhev you the beauty of quiet
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137 Kino st.
. . sell goods
CLAEENCE W. MACFARLAHE
IN THE MAGOOr HLOCK.
isn't gool enough for you. Get
May's OldKona Coffee
WATCHMAKER and JEWELER.
123 Hotel Street
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
Ii - LIBORS.
TEL. 30S. 902 NUUANtT. I
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1 W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Agt
Aoto for, Hire :
Walter 11. Iloneyinaii of Portland,
Oil'kou, jcslt'rday. Mr. Iloncymaii
Is a member of the 111 in of lloncymau
Ilnidwine ('oinpaii.v, one of the lar;;
C3t wholi's.ile and ret.ill hardware
de.ileis In tlio Noithweat. He Is n
jo hub' man el, and la an cfcellonl
exponent uf tlio nntlonal Biune, nav
liiK been a meiubei of the crack Mill
loniiai.ili baseball team for a nuinlic
of cars lie, with his wife, havo
bet n heie for the past week or to
inJoliiK the splendid climate of tbe
I'.u .ullne of the Pacific.
"Vli. I noer tliought of cer 'ce
liiK a team of' Chinese IDied up
jg.ilnm an ngRrccntliin composed of
tl. liitlc brown men (iimi Japnti,"
lie said, "mid the clatn of ball that
lliimu Indsput up Is the real tliliiK
If I had three or four of those fellows
up noi ih 1 know they could make
Bood In either the Til-City or Stat)
I.tMKun I am u confirmed fan
IJieie Is no pcttltiR mound that but
I nlni feel that I understand anil cm
tell a ball-plaei when I seo him.
Those fellows .no phueis. too They
uoem in know tho llne.poltits of 'hu
Rime, iilihotiRli a Rood man who hrs
h.ul c" perlearc on the Coast cou'cl
i;e Ihem a Rrent ileal of help They
l.uk Rood jjoiiflstiint te.im-wu.k tit
imiioe tltf Is one of the hardest
things toAt In a bunch of fel'i.wh
rlio i. re not In the Riimc nil the time.
Hut If they had a man who himself
knew 'how to drill them nloiiR i .
line, lfjellcvo It would ho u Rrcut
help to baseball In tho Islands."
Walter llnucyman Is well known
iu the Northwest, not only In bml
lie.ij, but also as a Imll-jiUijer of abil
ity. He held noun a position on the
Multuuiim ih Club team when that
a'guioRntltin was walklnu nway wita
them Therefore lib knows whorc-i '
he ypeaks, ami It behooves the lota!
tcaniil coucurHcd to sit up and tak
notice' with legard to his ail i-
watched with Interest. team won rrom tlio soiuiers irom me
A cnble Is expected here In the ' transport Crook by a score of 3 to 2.
iu..r i.,ii ,if tin. week. Htntlnir wnn-1 Ucrjbodi pl.ijcd hall The boliliers
the i. ice call or cannot be mado.
:: a ::
showed that the know the Riiine,
while 'tho Saints, cracks as they me,
hac rarely iilnoil better hall The i
men from tho transport weio handi
capped for the lack of spikes, and
failed to cover ground uh rapidly as
concert fiom 7 to 8 o'clock to open they nilRht hnvo under mores fnxor
tho cnteit.ilnnient which the local ' able circumstances. However, they
The Concordia band will glo a
PoiliiRiiese aio to Rle Saturday ut
Luslt.ini.i Hall Tho remainder of
tho lucigraiu will he:
Piano siilo, "I.olnR Heaits"
Miss A. Olo
havo been playing dally In a league
nt Manila, and consequently know
the Inside game.
The locals scored ono run each In
tlio second, third and ninth, whllo cr
lois In the fifth let two of tho foI-
Pen t ugliest Sour
.... Pupils or PortitRiieso School
Ouit.il Solo Don Juan Humeri)
Spanish National Dances
lly Local Spanlaiiks
Miss Mm) Dlas will act us accom
panist After the conceit there will be
clanclnR In the music of Raul's Quin
The nlT.ili is roi the benefit of the
00WMI1 (IliilEE IEIS
Pupils of Pciitiigucso School, dlei-bojs cioss tho pun.
Cliill ii Siiliik Don Jiiiiii Koineui. Sihielber, from tho trmiRimit, ,nd
Plaiio Duct. "Yeainings" Ksplndn of tho Saints, slabsters of tho
Misses Olo mid Mndelios da. both pitched well.
following was tho line-up!
Transport Ciook llungc, Sli; Mnr
shall, rf; Cy Johnson and Halter, lli;
Turner, c; Hcnslngcr, ss; Hlglitmlio,
i If; Walteis, 3b; Schrelber, p; T
, Johnson, cf. '
St. Louis College Clement, c; D.
Aicln, cf; V. Aau. sa; Markham, lb;
Dngllsh, 2h; Dsplnda, p; lloopal, lr,
! Ilonnn, 2b; Aknnn, if.
, Seme by Innings:
I i 2 :i 4 r, ii 7 s 3
i Tr. Ciook 000021)1)0 I) 2
St Louis 0110U0001 3
I'niplie, Heniy Walker.
U II II
Special Showing of
New assortment in all styles of garments
At a nieeting of the cominttleo on
orgnnlzailoii nnd plans for the Out
ilggci Cldb held josterday, sub-com-
nilttces were appointed as follows: Tho Kams nearly blanked tho
A. 'I.. C Atkinson-, to druft lonstltu-JMgh SciooX team jestcrdny, In n 13
tlon and by-laws to be submitted to ()f B0Ilsatloml, fc.
the general committee, on Thurs. ay , h ,osera
if 11 n m A U I'nnl In RPOlirn lllG ' ...
! " "' "" " -- -w I .ill tlif.itirrli rin It In thn nlfrHtll
was walking nway wiw O,lton of oaSL. t nominal lent for ' ,,,,i, ,,,, ,,.i i. ;irt..,
Hint prnrfeil nllpk Willi ' . ,.,,,,,,,, . , ,.. ,11.1. WllOll HlO illCll had bCCIl Slllftl'll
that crostcil sticks ll , ilula Ilt Walklkl; and I.. K. Pink-, . , ,. , ... ,,, ... ,,
ham, to draw up plans fpr tho lunol. , Bccurl , , ' ,un8 T1a
A uRBoitlon or B per annum dues tho the Knmi hM()
...... ,.....,.... .., 1 'i,i, ,. ' captured.
tho Promotion Committee rooms.
FlilEDS OS HIE CROOK
Young Wclici, a lightweight sciap-
pci of the Olympic Club, San Kran-1 wIghca thr0UBll lhMU c0uiiina to Is-
,ue a cliiillcnge to the Starlights of .
Tho Hullctln Junior baEeball team
is a passenger on
tlio fltlc game, und are inclined to
think that he mny et prove a world-
Other fighters aio aboard; WpIs
und Webster, bantams; Sterne, Ugh'-
( , weit;iic; uiiiiy anil euu, iiuiiuie-
MANUEL REIS, Call up at nny weights. Jloro matches mo expected
time hy telephone, any one of these " "10 wn' "' Sll I'ranclsco.
,.mn!-.v3' 9M 200. 10D7. I
The cilcket match scheduled with
unknown players aboard tho S S Ao
langl, duo tomorrow, has been set fin
noon-hour Tlio local tuam will bo
It Andcison, S llearilinnre. It. J.
Iluchly, W Ilrown, L. 0. Illnckniaii,
II 11 Cation, J H. riddes. D. Riant.
J It Jt Maclean. J C Mctllll, C P.
Naeole was the star batter and
basc-runncr ot the day, crossing the
plate three times. Mackenzie, Kiit
maloplll, Mllllian, and Joslnh each
scored two i una tor the Kams.
Tho play was full of eirors.
Tho tennis went onto the diamond
i as follows:
ln iiiu f. sttritttn Tf i tun Irfitiltl
'PI linn rv nt I l"lil iiitn;jif iui vtinitnJiMi.(
mo imc-up jp Nn ole jjoiiKan, J-otn, Kaltmiipchu,
A cpii. l: An- ' ' ...
he has.lUened the trip of the boat ((m Men(lonclli 1U. J()0 Cnbra,, ; I Prden tela Akana. Joslal.
acioss from Manila b putting out , Sou2a,'cri M. ,,Illlll)S Bs; K-S" Hun M Cfiee, Norton,
several soldlcr-bojs who mo good j , ,,,,, Joo Mcmtoa, ab; Chi llngworth, lice. White, Ma...
with tho Rloes. Tho men on lio.ii ill,... I,. ,,,.. ,, , ,. ai,... ''. Andrews. Gllliland.
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vti'uci IB oui nn- 11 luvreuucni '" l.10 Seasido League
anil not looi.ing nir liny iiiiuciics, mil -.. -imllnnirn Ib- M
3. the Ciook me much Impicsscd with lncda Jlm Qome8 UIIJi w, Ucthello, I
j tho form and abilities of Weber In sulja " "" ,
slumbers: 2S0, 200, 10D7.
Kepaired hy oar Auto Expert.
Scliuman Carriage Co.,
KENNEL CLUB flAEETS I0NW
Never bend, crack, or tear. They are as smooth as ivory, and
thin and springy, with gold elge3.
, It's a pleasure to play with them ; they are "just right." The i
back designs arc gems of Italian art, reproduced direct from the :
originals of zampiglu. ,
We have a big new'nssortment.
See our BRIDGE "SCORE PADS."
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
April 23 Kennel
Young Hotel, 7S30 p.
The Kennel Club will 'meet nt tho
'Young Hotel this evening, for tho
April, 29 Kiiplolanl lliiseball
Apill 23 Cilcket. H. C. C. s. M.
April 30 Iloxlng, Port Shnfter.
April 30 Annual meeting, llere
ti,nla Tennis Club.
The Incomparable White Steamer
The White has proved the best cur on the level -stretch, on the hill, for touring, and for
Tho wonderful simplicity of its mechanism, and its peifcct safety enable upyonc to oper
ate it, It's the car you nded.
The von Hamm-Yoting Co., Ltd.
i purpose, of further arranging plans
1 for a bench show to be hold hcio dur
. lug tho stny of the Fleet. Tho chief
, difficulties which nro yet to bo cleat
, cd up are In connection with the
finances of tho project, and tho dutd
for tho show. As the time for the nr-
1 ilval of thoFlcet hero Is not tonsld-
May 1 Meeting, Outrigger Club. Cicd as a very definite dnto as yet,
May 2 Hoys Clubs field meet. j by tho' promoters of the show, yicy
Mny 2 Senior Leaguo baseball are at a loss as to when to haveha
season opens. 1 special man down from tho Const tu
Kuy 2 Wiestllng carnival, Orph-havo charge of the' show 'The club
cum theater. 'jls in touch with George A. Cranllold,
May 2,Conccit and dance, Kallhi of the Vnldeie Kennels, Yountvllle,
Athletic Club. , Napa County, Cal who will bo down
Mny 2 Portuguese "Hawaii" beiv- m the time designated Tho konnoU
cllt dance, Lusltana Hull. , n which Mr. Cranllold Is Inliii cited
May 10 Newspaper Ilaseball won tho high pi Ues for collies at H10
Leaguo scasqn opens. Madlsiiu Squiiio show, Now Ycnk, so
.May 13 Imitation tourney, Herc-'thnt he should bo a thoroughly 10m
t.inln Tennis Club. potent mnu to Judgo heie, wheio ono
May 17 Walnlu.i golf Club tout- ()f the principal classes is that of tol
naiuont. 1 Ilea.
Juno I Y. M. C. A. gymnasliiui when tho time) to hnvo tho. man
contests. , hole, and tho bliow under wnj, Is set-
Juno 10 Hawaiian (Jim Club's tied, the major difficulty of tho club
shoot for rluli championship. '11 bo settled also,
Juno 11 Hawaiian Ouu Club's t ..
..e:nl-aniiiial prUo shoot. ! Loicno C, owned by IMdlo Finn, a
Juno 17 Hawaiian' (lull Club's un well-bied chestnut, whoso slro U Ta
known anglos shoot. I uinto and whose dam was ltoyal Pan,
July 3-1 Hllo laces. will piobahly be enteied nt Illlo or
Ask the man who drinks it, and then telephone to us
for a case. We do not claim to be makers of the best soda
water in the Territory; the distinction is conferred upon
us by a discriminating public. Are you one?
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD. )
TELEPHONE 71. G. S. LEITHEAD. Manage.. '
Hats Flower and Ribbons
Just received the latest and most
up-to-date styles and shapes.
July 4 Maul races.
Kaluilul this summer.
Johnson To Fight Burns
LONDON, Rnglnud, April 27 --Jack Johneon, the negio heavy
weight pugilist, aiilMid hero today, and Immediately Issued a challengo to
Tommy Hums, the hen weight champion of tho world. Hums nccoptod
We are also showing a new line
of Black 'Voil Skirts, these are
right. from the factory and are
chip and natty.
& CO., LTD.,
mt LMk. mm . & JAik
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