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.EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T, II., FIUTMY, MAY 22, 1908.
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Jus arrived a nice line of Mac
GREGOR DRIVERS and BRASSIES.
This is on: of the :nctt popular Golf
Clubs made. Wc also have a fine
line of Spalding), Gibsons & Mills
club-, and a moit complete assort
ment of Caddy Bags, Balls, Tecs,
Gloves, and everything needed by the
Golfer. let us flt you out; you will
enjoy the game.
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
the convenience of having a few cans on hand of
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when you arc rushed for time.
They are so easy to prepare, and so thoroughly appe
tizing and wholesome that many housewives consider them
Their distinguishing point is that they are really Baked
baked brown and mealy, every bean whole, with the food
alue left in it. That's where they differ from other brands
mest of which are s'mply Boiled beans except on the
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ALL THE 57 VARIETIES IN STOCK.
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ed Cattle, Sheep,
Dog and Poultry
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Our POULTRY BLOOD TONIC is here and our ROUP, GAPES and.
CATARRH REMEDY. Your druggist keeps them.
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Discount Your Shoe Bill
by having your soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shoe-rcrairiug goes de;p below the surface; it is not just
on top. Our method is to do the BEST work for the least
possible price. Shoes wlcd and heeled while you wait,
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There will be a
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St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
V Gonural Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Kty. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
I It., opp. Aala Park. W. B. Kam, ingr,
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''Remember that the Garbage Depart
ment has promlied to cart away the
refute when you clean up your tide
walk. Call up the department when
your part pf the work Is done.
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Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one ot these
numbers: 2e0, 200, 1097.
'HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY otjevery capacity and de
scription made to-order. Boiler' work
jand RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, rnruouiar at
'trntion laid to JOB WORK, and re.
'pain executed at shortest notice.
Tlio firm nuto race which lias ever
been held here Is to toko lihco lit
KaplolniiT Park tomorrow afternoon
Immediately befoic the scheduled
hprso races, which will be run oft at
6 o'clock. Tho nutos aro expected to
Btart at 4 o'clock, the competing tars
being 1'. II. Lewis' 2I J'nuiKlIn mid
0. II. Bond's 40 Tourist.
Sure Shot s. Duko Spencer, Jr.,
niul Shamrock n. Mnknnla will bu
tho horse-iace events on tho pro
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It Is now ofllclally announced that
there will bo an International base
ball tournament during July. Fans,
Bit tip and take notlto. Tlienccos
sar guarantee has been located,
transposition arranged, the best
that can bo Rotten together tho rep
resent tho Fur East nnd West ate
htaded this wu. On the steamer ur
lhlng from the Orient July 7th, Ja
pan -n 111 land on American soil an
aggregation of hnll-plnjers that will
bo hard to beat, and on July tho Sth,
1908, Santa Clara .College will pre
Miit to the patrons of America's great
est gnmo n bunch or bnll-tossers Hint
will at least try to show us nil how
It Is rumored that Welch, of min
strel fame, will bo on the coaching
line for tho Saints tomorrow. Ono
will soon pay his quarter to sec a
ball game ami hnc n "song and
dance" tin own In. ',
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Sam Chllllngworth will bo in tho
Mime tomorrow ready to do or dnrc.
Sam Is a hard trycr, nnd stops at
nothing, taking rhnncts that many
others of our infleldcrs would pass
up to Short.
Tho Kami nnd'tho runs will play
ball on Monday Instiud of this after
noon, tho datis Inning been again
Jewels Have New Man
In Box-Saints And
Tomorrow nfternoon tho Puns and
Saints will furnish the first game of.
bnscball at the park, and tho 'Kams
nnd tho Diamonds will hook up for
tho second oicnt of tho day. The
llrst game promises to bo very good,
ns tho former champions have come
up In form, and the I'uns hne been
plahiK good ball nil through the sea
son. In the other game, Kcuter
doubtless realizes that ho has to get
bis men together to do nil) thing In
the first series of tho schedule, nnd
that he must get them together at
once. Consequently, the Kams aro
fully nuarc that it Is up to them, nd
It will be a sin prise If they do not
show up tomorrow In form which will
be n reulatlon to tho bleechcr-warm-eia.
Tho big leaguo is faiily undor way.
Prom the scorer's records It appears
that some of tho men aro putting up
exhibitions of baseball this season
which It would pa 5 any fan to fol
low. Good scores aro made in at
least one of tho two games phtjed ev
ery Satunlnj afternoon, nnd, In somo
cases, the Inside exposition of the
national ganlc Is to be seen In cicry
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Very Xcw of the patrons of the ma
jor league games are nwarc that
seats nro on sale down town for cnch
Saturdays games. The hot plan Is
opened on each Tluusdny morning at
the Hawaiian News Company, Young
Hotel store, under the keen eye ot
John 59pcr. , '
Scorer) Hnposo Is keeping a neat
lecord vf thu.llliersldo League.
WIlIS WiTS MATCH
Sailor Itobcrts, tho champion mid
dleweight wrestler of Hawaii, ac
cepts the challenge of Spopccr, re
cently published, or Is willing to
meet any other man here In his clas's
at either catch-as-cntch-cait or Orne-co-Ronnn
Btlo. The sailor want n
match, and barn none. The cham
pion's belt is at Btake.
Whllo he would like Spencer to
show nil to the good, and come
through with a match after his chal
lenge, ho will not lcfusc other match
es If this one Is not forthcoming
soon. Any middleweight who would
like to try a fall or two with the,
husky .Jackie may engineer tho match
by calling on the Sporting Kditor of
tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n . ,
There will be a game ot cricket at
MnklM tomorrow, stnrtlng at 2:15
p, m. Several plajeis from the Brit
ish ship Holy wood nnd the Ilrltlsh
Bteamcr Khnston will take part, and
as n largo number of tho local play
ers haws promised to turn out a good
game Is assured.
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St. John will ha In tho box for the
Jewels with Davis nesting tomor
row, nnd evciybody Is looking for
ward to eco what tho newcomer can
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Bernard Kelokollo and V. Tin
Chong, tho president nnd secretary ot
tho Itliersldo Junior League, aro ex
pected to leave for Koolau Saturday
Ho Tong, who represented the Chi
nese Alohas Jr. last season In the
Knlanlanaolo llaseball League, will
soon retire from tho gnmo.
Frank Kelly will bo first officer of
the Traill-Pacific jacht Hawaii.
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More money Is needed for the "Ha
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A local piper called Ho Tong a
baseball magnate. It's nonsensical.
WINS TWO EVENTS
The Kissel Kar again demonstrates that it is the car of moderate cost with that Supe
rior Running Efficiency which is generally attributed only to Extravagantly Priced Machines.
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two thousand dollar touring car event; defeating Oldsmobile, Jackson, Tourist. Kissel Road
ster wins three thousand dollar and under roadster event, defeating Stoddard-Dayton, Tour
ist, and Rco. Kissel only car to win two events, and makes better time than Buick, Elmore,
Pope Hartford, Rambler, Thomas Detroit, White Steamer, Thomas Fiver, Reo, and Haynes.
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Selective Transmission Floating Rear Axle Timken Beariiigs Most Value for the Money
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ON EXHIBITION AT
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MERCHANT STREET, bet. FORT and ALAKEA
WHITNEY fe MARSH
A New Line of
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AALA PARK GOSSIP " SPORTS CALENDAR
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Tho plan to tinlto tho Chtnoso A. C,
and the Chinese Alohas Into ono team
for next season Is gaining good head
way. E. S. Kong Is uctltely wonting
for this. Tho plan Is a good one nnd
tho sons of the Chinese Uniplio should
gho Kong a hand.
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Dr. K. P. 1.1, tho slhcr-tongucd Chin
ese orator, will address tin? members
ot tho Aala A. C. at its grand luau on
Saturday. Nearly two bundled ln na
tions huio been Issued for tho luau.
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John I-o, the regular (wirier of tho
C. A. C , has held down tho second
sack for his team In' tho past two
games, Aklna will probably do the
clab work hereafter.
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I.. Mon Tal, who Is the assistant
tmnager of tho Chlncso Alohas, was
recently elected assistant ground man
ngei of tho Riverside League.
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John Notley'a Nippon team will faco
tho Koalas Sunday In the opening
gamo. Manager K. Ynsumorl Is con
fident of winning.
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Tho Japanese Dasehall Leaguo
opens Its season nt the Atklmon I'aik
on Sunday. Hoihlno Itoy will uinplio
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Tho biggest gamo of tho season, be
tween tho Palatini A. C. and the Chln
cso Athletics, will toko place tfila
a a a
nil) Hsplndn, tho Maul wonder, will
bo tho slnb artist for tho l'nlamas on
Sunda In tho gamo with tho Chinese
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Tho San FranclBco Bulletin says:
Pnckey McFarland Is getting to bo an
big a joko as Tommy Rums. Slnco 1m
got back homo ho has mndo all klndt
of ridiculous statements, but tho lat
est Is tho worst. Ho says ho will not
box Cans for less than a 435,000
purse. When ho was hero the 'Chi
cago boxer acknowledged Joo was his
master and that ho wouldn't tackle
him until ho had gained more cxpei
lenco. That wns In a fighting coun
try. But that kind of talk don't go In
a city where tho scrapper Is In quest
ot tho coin in a theatrical way. Lie
foro long Packoy will bo tolling; tho
Windy City sports how easy (Jans Is,
and that he could knock him out In
ten rounds. Tnlk Is cheap, especially
when the gas escapes at a safo dis
tance from tho fire. Tho best thing
that McFarland could do would bo
shut up nnd wait until bu signs nit
leles to box Oans nnd then come out
and mako his beads.
May 22 Baseball, Knahumnnu
May 22 Ilasebail, Puhb s, Kams,
nt Oahui College, 3:30 p. m.
May 22 Kallhl b.isobnll meeting,
7:30 p. m.
Mny 23-KAala A. C. luau, Notley
May 23 llaseball, Puns a. St.
Louis; Kams vs. Diamond Heads.
Wy 23 Kamehameha Athletic
Association mlnstrol Bhow.
May 24 Coir, Country Club's bo
May 30 Boxing, Ah Sam vs. Jock
June 4 Y. M. C. A, gjmnnslura
June 10 Huwnllan dun Club's
Juno 11 Kamehameha- Aquatic
shoot for club championship.
.Tune 11 jtawailnn dun Club's
semi-annual prize shoot.
Juno 17 Hawaiian Gun Club's mi
known angles shoot.
July 20, 21, 22 Kennel Club
July 3-4 Hllo races.
July 4 Maul racM.
Additional Sports on Page 7
THE NEW SOUTH
"What aro ou doing with thoio
old southern pictures?" asked tho
"Altering them," replied the ar
tist as he moved his brushes briskly.
"In what way?"
"Well, for Instnncc, this picture
represents an old-faBhIoned Georgia
colonel sitting on the veranda sip
ping a Julep. To keep up with tho
dry times In the south I'll have to
change that Julep to an Ice-cream
"Here Is tonio complexion powder,
auntie," said lltttle Tommy Toddles.
"I bought this little box for mamma
and tho great big box for jou."
"But why did jou think I needed
such a largo bo'x?" asked the visiting
aunt In surrlso.
"Oh, because I heard papa say ou
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