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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II , WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1908.
Ouit armed n nice line of 'Mac
OBFOOA am ens ard BKASSIES.
T! i? on oi the iost popular Golf
C!J ir.Eui Wo also have a fine
1 nc of SpalJnigB, Oibsoni & Mills
dab-, und a. moat complete assort
ment of Caddy Bass, Salic, Tees,
Olovei, and everything needed by the
Golfer Let us fit j ou out; you will
enjoy the game.
. 0. Rail & Son.Ltd
'Vim 3m! i
Tl IH1M1II1HH ! WiHIIlW Wl Will! ! W ! IIIIMIlll !! Mil Mill II ! II III III lllf I
the convenience of having a few cans on hand of
when you s re rushed for time.
They arc so easy to prepare, and so thoroughly appe
tizing and wholesome that ma.ij housewives consider them
Their distinguishing point is that they are really Baked
baked Uovvn a.'.d racily. eery bean whole, with the food
value lelt in it. That s where they differ from other brands
mest of which are s nsply Boiled beans except on the
ASK FOK HEIKZ BAKED BEANS.
' ALL TEE OTHER 57 VARIETIES IN STOCK.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
ed Cattle, Sheep,
Dog and Poultry
After 100 j tars on English markets and 'JO yean' service in these
Islands, the stock owners find that oar icmcdics arc reliable. A fresh
stock in every mouth, which arc prepared from the very best ingredients.
Our JOULTRY BLOOD TONIC is hcie and oar ROUP, GAPES and
CATARRH REMEDY. Your druggist keeps them.
JOHN POTTIE & SONS.
Discount Your Shoe Bill
by having your soles and heels put on by us. Quality in
shoe-rerairing goes de:p below the suiface; it is not just
on ton Qur ircthod is to do the EEST work for the least
possible price. Shoes soled nnd heeled while yen wait.
VICKERS' SHOE REPAIR SHOP,
1119 UNION ST.
HEAR HOTEL STREET
ANY DAY .
is a good one tc spend
always something doing.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
PAIIITIHG, PAPSRHANOi:iO AND
General Jcbbrxg A Upecialty.
Dealers in Wall 1'anar. Paints, Oils,
i:U P. 0. Box 914 221 No. King
fct., opp. Aala Park. V. JD. Kam, mgr.
Ilerrjmfcer that the Girjig Ooi-r'
nient ha promliei to ct wy tho
lofuse vhon you e'ein up ycjr slUs
walk. Call i'p the ilepirtme-t when
your part of the work Is douu. '
W. C. Peacock & Co , Ltd.,
MANUEL REIG. Call up at any
time bv telonhonc anv one of these
.lumbers: SJl?0, 200, 1097.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved un4 Modern SU8AR MA
CHIK1TH7 of every capacity and de
iciipfion nade to order. Boibr work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
nurpcacs a specialty. Particular at
tcnticn naid to JOB WORK, nnd re
pain c.tctutcd at shortest notice.
Baseball Bulletin's Page Of Racing
Boxing Q P A D T Q Wrestling
Boating O ST VJ r 1 O Rowing
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
Los Angeles Man Dis
cusses Points Of
u opinion, tendered fmm a btmly
of tho design uf tho jntht Hawaii,
nml printed at the scene of action, In
Los Angela), referring lo Crovvnln
shleld's work In designing hoi, rouds
MB follows. .
Ilu has luuvliliil u craft which will
lip, flist nml foiemost, seaworthy.
Whether she would win ngnlnst mil'
old victor, thn Lurllne, Is nt present
Leslie Breaking Into The
There w ts Mime discussion as to
whethet the League would ploy hall
on Siituidii) it being u hutlila, hut
It linn lititti tifTlrliiltv itiitiuintnil
open to doubt. because tho Hamuli la tho0 w ,)0 bomutlllnK dong nnu
rather ton shoit on the watorllno to Uw fmiB (m , am, ,nko notw
hive the rig it legs In a long i,.llllItmm will play the Kami; tho
with the sheets well off The Lur-f,,, (lrlw ,he
lino Ib ri feet on tin- water lino nnd , ... ... , ,., ,
I til III 1 1 il 11 Hill IIIUIOIVI lilt' DIUU IU
a "now one' on Siturday,iInjInB
thn nnr-itiwl 1i.ni lilmanlf. M n ti n ia t
while the Hawaii Is only jj feet on I e ,8 (mltemlIntlllK BCXClal chan.
the wuteillne. Bcs nIg0i ,n ,,, nncv whch w
Disadvantages iue announccil liter, nml which may
blie nho droK an extrnonllnnryj c ,,, , ,,, a,.
HI1IWI4III ll n itVIHI t lit lttXI II IIIVU It"
En Sue Getting Wide
l'rob ihly life most famous athlcto
In Honolulu tod ly, outside of ll'irney
Jo, Is Kn Sue, the Chinese sprlntT
and bull-pin) el. Tho stor ot his
great time for 50 jnrds has roiio the
woild over, even the papers arriving
hero from tho small towns of the
Middle West having pictures of him,
,'wlth long ttoilcs of his feat. Tho
.latest Is tho Livingston ltepubllcan,
she (an hang up rags to corinl all'
the hicezt's In tho nclghboihood, I
doubt would he serviceable It slio
hail to claw to ulriilw.nd for the
whole -500 miles, but pi o Ides soma
detilmcnt when l'aclllo tindcs can bo
counted on for n boldlci's wimUfrom
hcio to Diamond Head
This Keel is II it on the bottom mid
quite horizontal except nt tho cimo
at the heel of the l udder. With this
rurvo. the bottom of tho keel Is 2J
ready health) aggregation
Leslie, who twirled bo well for tho
Diamond I loads last season and who
also hold I'owii the same position for
tho Saints on their Oriental tour, will
again appi ir in one of tho Jewels'
suits on Saturday. Leslie's reappear
ance wllno doubt gladden the hearts
of manj of the old-tlmo fans, as his
speed) twirling last )ear put his
team well In Hue to carry off tho
again leported on
fAnl 1tv titwl l1 lln Tjwi n fe 1 1 Anh.
urt It rises in a straight line to the "'J.'"1; " .
, , , . , ... i . i tho sick list mid iiin not bo seen in
literal iiicj to prevent loowa) and a . , , ,
i i . .. , I Saturda) s game.
(.roil deil too much wetted 3iirfaco ...,., , ...
for ie illy llrst-elass lacing With all A "r""'1 , " ",' be ,na,'e nt Ul1e1n,c,xt
due respeet to the designer, this ",c,!tlnB "' l'10 TfT,, '""J ' ,
. . IllVftf Ullll .in fifllt l.lt lltm.lltl nf n.w ll
craft Is loo much lllsu his celcbiatcdl; . ... , , . ::
(!lou"Cjter-Hshl:ig craft to piomlse
tunc h among exaggerated modern
tnclng innchlues; but as there Is
none of thebo in the licet which will
now (oiitcst, the Ilawallnn scqius
well fitted for her company.
Her beam Is IT feet and she will
ilinw nboiit 10 feet ot water. These
llgurcs hue to bo taken olf thoMle
elgn nt one-quarter inch to the foot,
nml the oer-iill Icngtli seems to bo
of Livingston County, Wisconsin.
I'ew of the men who have been Kn
Sue work realize that if Ills tlmo of
fi 1-5 seconds for fifty nrds Is cor
rect lie Is the great cot runner who
has ever lived in tho world, (for that
distance, and that he has wealth nnd
fnmo at his command if ho would
take it. Tho time Is equal to 9 1-5
beconds for 100 )nrds. and is more
than such men as Arthur Duffy, Ar
chie Halm, Wefers, and Eaton have
been nlilo In do. It ties a world's
recoid which has withstood tho on
slaughts of )ears.
n 8 rt
Free From Pounding
auu ins mo samo overnnng nt uotn
team at leist one da) before the
game, showing who's who and where
the) will play. Tho Bulletin has
come forward with tho offer of pi lu
ted sccjie-caids for eacli game.
, rj tt ;.
The pupiilnrlt) and curiosity of
the great Thaw tilal has been dem
onstrated by tho enormous crowds
Mill ll.lln fllln.l ulliri flltllnliln umlf
9nils, each of these being Aght feet, j , , Orphoiim theater the pist two
ond (ontequcntl) will bo very fieej
nlghtsi Tho pictures are well put on
from hard pounding Tho lines are
easy and fast, and the la eial piano 'hl)ttnB of tle ,iarullnl 1)()llltB
Is the only unattractive view of her. I moUKlt out , ,ho ttm ,,,.,,
-ket this counts for little, and as ,,.,, Tho Tmw Mlms wu ,je
Crowiilnshleld has had a yacht re- , (m BaMon,Ellt ttUh a clmng0
gatta o his own ever) time tho Glou- , , thcr ,ntereItnB ,lett8. To.
cester fleets b.,11,,1 In eompany hellnrliw , , ,h
mos know when handsome Is as ..,.,,. UaUEhter.. th,.
I.i .dsoiiie does' hen ! vesels,n(T ,., fl, w ,
bal for the fish he) sail for blood. . tro new tha ,)f
Hut tho Hawaii will carry a largo t
Fall aiea. the height from the deck Promoter Sam Iteiger Is eager to
to iiialmtruck helngC8 feet, and to KO ihlough with the p.oposed Atlell
tho foio truck GO, while tho square (luns ,,Bllti uithuiiRli It ls'a bad
Eall )nrd for running Is 30 feet. SholnuUll from tho nub1(. ,low.,oInt
(s about the samo size as Prod. jj J
Door's ketch, the Yankee Girl, und It ' i i
our locnl hrokci's fine new ciaft gets.
the full supply of sails that a ketch
can carry, theie ought to be a fine
nice between theso two.
IDS AH IKIED
Whllo tho committee hero Is liav-'
lug such trouble getting funds foi
tho Ti.ins-l'nclflc JtAco, In Los Ange
les tho matter of getting up tho
nionc) went forward without an)
tumble. A big affair at Snn l'cdio
when the )nchts aic all Jlieie is be
ing planned, mid tho thing is being
given it boi3t In the Coast papeis
which Is Bine lo mouse Interest In It
to fever heat.
II. 1 1 5
The Honolulu Gun Club holds Its
lcgular week!) bhoot this uftvrnoon
at B o'clock, at the Kakaako tiaps.
To (l.ij mmks the beginning ot com
pctltM'i foi a new cup, which shall
go to the vvlnnci of the 111 st thloo
it XI tt
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:t t: xt tt t: j: :: :t u xx a a it :: i: t: ti
May .10 itoxlug, Ah Sim vs. Jock
June 4 Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
Juno 10 Hawaiian Gun Club's
Juno 11 Kaiui'luiniehu Anuutlc
shoot for club championship.
luno 11 Hawaiian Gun Club's
snml-aniiual prlzo shoot.
luno 17 Hawaiian Gun .Club's un
known an-lcs shoot.
July '20, 1. 22 Kennel Club
Inly S-4 Hllo races,
July 1 Maui races.
f TKereyg money
I: iiv it I
The Young Stars defeated the Ko
nas, 5-4, and tho Lahalnnlunas won
from tho Pioneers 10-5 nt Lahaina on
frank Kanae wants a boxing
match, preferably with Mike l'atton,
nt 190 pounds,
XX XX tt
August llclmont nnd Klchard Cro
kcr head tho list ot winning owners
in England and Danny Mahci leads
I J. Ktlpatrlck won tho principal
i nee nt the I'ark Amateur Driving
Club meet with his black mare Prin
Palo Alto und Napa high Bchools
defeated Cogswell mid llerkclcy In
championship baseball games.
8 8 8
In the dunl track meet, Yale defeat
ed Harvard foi tho fifth successive
time Score, CO 1-5 to 43 15.
tt tt a
r. C. Newton won the champion
bhlp of the Pacific Const Golf Abso
elation. 8 n t:
Three San I'ranclsco bo)s have ta
ken prominent parts in athletics at
Annapolis Naval Academy.
8 8 8
T. 11. Williams bought tho best of
tho ) curlings nt Hums & Wntcrhouso
8 8 8
Itorkcley High Scnool.,w)n Day
Counties field day, with Oakland sec
ond. Kleld Mouse, a 100-to-l Bhot, won
the Fashion stake at llclmont Park.
WHiTNEY fc MARSH
Long Kid Gloves
in WHITE, PINK, BLUE, TAN MODE, BLACK and GRAY.
Long Silk Gloves
in WHITE, BLACK, TAN, PINK, BLUE, and BROWN. .
Long Lisle Gloves
in WHITE and BLACK.
BY AU fHORITY
The Hoard of License Commission
ers for tho County of Oahu will hold
l meeting nt tho i:ecutlvo llulldlug
on I'rldn), Juno 19, 1908, at 4 p. in ,
to consider the application of Y. MU
KAOKA, for a iciiewul of the Saloon
License now held by him, to sell In
toxicating liquors nt Wulnianalo, Oa
hu, utidor the provisions of Act 119,
Session Laws of 190T.
All protests or objections against
the ihsunnco of a license undei said
application should be filed with tho
Secretary of tho Hoard not Intel than
the time bet for said lieu lug.
A. J. CAMrHHLL,
Secretary, Hoard ot License
4013 Ma) 27; Juno 3, 10, 17
AT LEAGUE MUSICALE
Ev cry on of P & n piint
is a money tav cr for ) ou.
No better paint on cirth
, fcr insulating purposes ;nd
for painting water pipes.
butts of power poles.
Lz&7 Write for ipecial
l ggg fold:r'
A most enjoyable entertainment
given last evening nt the Kilohana
Ait League was that of the preso'n
tutlon of the work of Scandinavian
compositions, both Instrumental nnd
vocal. The flags of Sweden and Noi
way were conspicuous. Mis. L. L.
McCandless lead a papei written by
Miss Hopper before sho left for tho
At thin Willi Bang ICJciult's "Last
Night" and "Longing," and was loud
A Gileg Conccito, tho adagio and
allegro movements, was tendered on
two plnnoj by Miss Wcithmuellor
and Mrs. D. Howaul Hitchcock.
Mrs. O'Day, In splendid voice, f.nng
Binding's "Pearls," pnd Orleg's "I
Love Thee," piobably his most wide
ly known bong. Mis. O'Day was ac
companied, by MrB, C. 1). Cooper.
KJerulf's "Lullaby" and Ole Hull's
"Solitude on tho Mountain" woio de
lightfully loudered as violin selec
tions Jiy Mrs. Hoss and Miss Damon,
with Miss Ada Khodcs as accompa
nist. Mrs. White, accompanying heiself,
omg SJorgion'B "Tho l'lrst Meeting,"
Grieg's "Whllo 1 yalt" and Binding's
"DrlnkUig Song." and wnB lecalled.
Tho labt number vvns Gade's ''Sum
nici Night" nnd KJorulf's "On tho
Bhoie," They were tendered by Mes
dames Lindsay, von Holt, Kinney,
Cooper, Weight, nnd Hitchcock, Mr.
Undo dliectlng, with accompaniments
by Miss Weithmuellei and Mrs. W. b.
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
Tim tuliulnlbtiatoi's Invontoiy has
been Hied in tho iMtato ot William J.
Wilght. It Is shown that tho estate
Is valued at $1307, ot which amount
$700 Is Invested In rcn'l estate In
Koua, tho romnlndci being personal
The Ho ml of LIcenbo Commission
ers for the County or Oahu vlll hold
a meeting at the Executive llulldlug
on Prldny, Juno 19, 1908, at 4 p m,
to consider tho application ot ritttl).
P. JOHNSON, for a renewal of tho
Salt on License- now held by him, to
sell intoxicating liquors at Honoull
till, Oahu, under the piovlslonB ct
Act 119, Session Laws of 1907.
' All prutcJtb or objections agalnbt
tho Issuance of a license under ral 1
application should be filed with tin
Becrctar) Of the Hoaid not later than
the time let for Bald hearing.
A J. CAMPHHLL,
Perietal y, llo-iul of LIcenbo
4013 Ma) 27; June 3, 10, 17
Judge Dole's colli t:
Moses JpM caso continued.
Judgo Llndsa)'s couit:
Ma) 27 Hrown vs. Holmes; mo
tion to set; Ect for Prldny. 10 a in.
Kiugci vs. Kuwminnakoa; injunc
tion dlsiolved us to Alexnndci &
Kalahl Kealn vb. J. Kumilal; mo
tion for poisonal boivlce; giantcd.
May 28 DUato Mary K. Hrovn;
administration; 9 a. m.
Hstuto Pelanl; iidfiilnlstratlon; 9
Judgo Do Holt's couit: 4
, May 28 Motion for new trial In
Illcrce-Hutchlni cnEe ' '
Judgo Uohliihon's couit:
May 28 Tenitor) vs. Manuel
Maurice; plea; 9 a- m.
(Continued from Pice U
Hon of McCandless seconded by
Cooke, decided that $1,000 Instead fat
$000, bo nppioprlnted for tho tianb
portntlon to and tho entertainment
of the nnval officeis at Pearl Har
bor. Tho Executive Commltteo further
fuvored appropriating $250 instead
of $500 to pay expenses of fixing up
tho Knpenn Pulls.
At tho request of Col. Jones the
expenditure of $760 will be favor
ably reported on by the, committee,
to cover the expenses lit flioworks
which will bo displn)ed on tho Pal
Tho Press Committee'! leijuest for
$500 to defrn) expenses of a dinner
to be given tho nnval correspondents
at Mochlzukl Club, and other ex
penses, was not favorably thought of
Thott will bo a co.iecit at Aala
Park tulavc ling at 7:3ii b) the Ha
waiian band. Pollov.lng Is the pio
gram: PAI1T I I
Match "The Preo Lanco" . . Soasa
Overture "Tho Smuggler's Hilde".
lntormcjzo ' Vho Queen of tho
Selection ' 11 Trnvntoio" Vcrdl
Vocal Hawaiian Songs ar. by Gergor
Selection Tho Tattooed Man" ...
Waltz "Tho Morr) Widow" ...I.thar
March "Manhattan Beach' ... Souci
"Tho Star Spangled llanner."
California National Gumd plain
big encampment In Octobei.
by tho, members, nnd tho Chair le
quested thut detailed statjmonts bo
furnished by the Press Commltteo
to bo taken up ugaln by the Execu
tive Commltteo. Sccrctnry Hrcwstcr
of tho Press Commltteo was not ablo
to convince the members of the E- ,
A meting of tho Preo Coniiilt o
I has been culled to meet nt 4 o'clock
this afternoon. During tho discussion
. ..... .......... .llnHM nfnla.n (.nlpillfill
11 IIIU IJll'b.. MII1IIU1 illUUlD VMUtHIIUI.
Carter Bald that ho would donato $25
I Tor tho uo of tho Press ConunlttOv.
I Picent nt tho meeting wore Gerrgo
It Carter, J. P. Cooko, I. McCandlei i.
.P. L. Waldron. Tenuy Peck, Col.
' Jones. Gcoia Smith.
Of Clothing, furnishings and Hats
For Men and Boys
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED FRQM 25 to 507. 1
A new line of BED ATT A SUITS for boyn, direct from
the factory, will aell for $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00;
WETH DOUBLE THE MONEY! N
Oar line of MENS SUITS are the moat complete we
have ever shown. Pnese $0.00. $10.50, $12.00 and $15.00
Come and exdmine these Goods before buying your summer
SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, and HATS all reduced in price.
Some lines 50,
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
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nifiii iiiitiiiMiiwrwirrnrT , t1 i-rrrTrrn"f)tamnTwmnfagsiimAtn ,it,;