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THE " BOUCHER"
No Dressing Room or Bath
Boom it complete without a
It is a neat And convenient'
article for Shaving and Gen
eral Toilet use. It lives
right up to the word "Adjus
table." Take a glass home
and try it and if tt dors not
please you we will take it
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EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE ' -
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Poha, Ohelo and Raspberries
DELICIOUS BERRIES OF HAWAII
Made with pure Hawaiian sugar, on sale at all Grocers
184 HOTEL STREET.
Boys of the Maine and Alabama
"' DO J'T FAIL TO SEE
The Greatest line of CURIOS In the city
while you are taking "a smile" in the
FORT ST. JUST ABOVE THE THEATER.
m afford not to
K It is so much easier to pay a little at a time.
Hf That's why we decided to sell Victors on the A
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Lfc, Odd Fellows Bid. Bh
Hollister Drug Co. and
Benson, Smith & Co.,
keep a fresh supply of these Celebrated Medicines always on hand.
No matter what the ailment, Pottie prepares a remedy for it. Ask
for it, and insist on getting it.
Ono of the best-known preventives to disease and a great incent
ive to health, is
Pottie's Physic Balls
It cleanses the itomach of old, useless matter, which keeps your horse
out of sorts, .and predisposes him to prevalent diseases.
TELEPHONE 1180. POTTIE & SONS HONOLULU
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
BIG BOXING CARNIVAL
OPENS THIS EVENING
Hound one! Tonight two men
from tho battleships and four local
bojs will flgnro on one of the class
iest cards ever offered tho rlnR fol
lowers of the city. After two local
"lightweights open thlnRs In n four
round go, th Honolulu public will
Ret Its flrtt chance to sec men of the
Atlantic Fleet mix. And It ought to
bo Rood; very good.
Tho main go this evening Is to ho
a 10-roum! boxing mill between Ituf
ferty of the Alabama and Young
N'elton of this city, at 126 pounds
Kelson has been -doing an amount
of work at the boat house. He should
he In the cry best of condition. And
fioin the showing he has made re
cently In his workouts he certainly
Is In flrst-cluss form. '
Kafferty Is of radically different
build from hlr opponent. He Is of
lighter mould, and taller. . It Is said
that ho Is good on the hlt-and-got-uwny
game, und fiom tho work he
has done here, this hooms to ,lo his
long suit. Iloth brps lime a punch
Tho first preliminary will be a
four-round mixing match between
Joe Cabial and Ernest Heine, both
local lightweights, of talent and
The next number on the urogram
will be a six-round contest between
O'llilen of the Maine and Kup.i, a
local boy who has been In the ring
here before. O'llrlcn has speed apd
some class, ns he Is tho welterweight
champion of tho navy. He litis no
sinecure, plough, It is thought, in
Kiipi, a iki tun ngnt rans aro looking
for Ihely doings.
Miuphy of Fort Shatter and TIrIiu
of the Alabama will furnish the big
event tomorrow night, with Wahl
lanl and Young Sharkoy for tho four
round preliminary, and Hart of tho
Maine und Kahnulcllo to go six
rounds. Tho latter scrap Is doped
out as an excellent preliminary alro.
Kvcrythlng is now ready at tho big
arcnn at old Independence Hall, on-
South King and Sheridan streets.
When the crowd drifts In, tho
Inlght3 of the padded glove aro in
the ring, and Hefereo Mllto I'atton Is
King of nil he surveys, the big car
nival will at last be well on.
m ieme mm
At a meeting of tho Honolulu Ilasc
ball Leaguo held jeutcnlny. It was de
cided to hold games this Saturday ah
usual, nnd tho funs will sec tho hoys
out tomorrow, as a consequence. Tho
Diamond Heads and tho Saints will
furnish tho curtain raiser, and Iho
Kama and tho Puns will perform for
tho second contest of tho day,
A Rood many of tho dyodln-tho-nnol
fans have been heard to remark IhU
week that they hope tho players will
bo a good deal moro prompt to show
up. Tho games have been starling
late for somo time, and It Is gelling
onto the neives of Iho men who sit
faithfully, week after week, In tho
Hwa 1leCcheiSi, nnd furnish tho chin
music and tho wit with which to spice
It Is up to the teams tthlch aro on
tho long-end of tho ercentngo as jet
to get In and' play hall If they arc tt.
como out "atithc long end, of It when
tho first scries Is over. In fact, no
ono can now afford to lose, a game,
and tho way they nlll play. If prognos
tications aro right, wltl be a sight for
Tho Kama nnd the Puns aro tho
tennis In which tho crowd is taking n
great deal of Interest Just now. Hunter
la pitching In great form, while Hamp
ton and''hl merry men are' Working
their heads off for tho first place. Tho
Saints aro alwajs of (uteres), as tho
champions for year after year, and tho
Jewels hao leaped Into tho gl.uo of
tho limelight with a Btrlng of victories
which seemed, until thoy lost last Ssri
urday to the Kama, to have clnchcl
tho series for them.
Now, It Is anybody's.
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mr Bin todav
This afternoon, beginning at 3
o'clock, a same of baseball Is on at
tho Leaguo grounds, between a team
from tho4U. S. S. Maine and tho Dia
mond lloail A. C, Tho match was
made yesterday, and nt that tlmo It
had not been fully determined what
could be done In tho way of seeming
grounds,' and getting tho Jacklcs olf
tho ship while coaling operations woro
Through Lieut. Slayton, ho match
was matle, and the men gotten off u
leave of tRcRxccutUe. So, the local
cracks and tho navy tossers play to
day. manm hit no
Tho Ithcn-.ldo Leaguers met yester
dav and formally decided not to play
ball this Sunday, out of icspcct for
Ihe lalo I'rlnco David KuuananakAa.
Tho motion was mado by N. K. Hoo
pil, and seconded by S. P. Corrcn. It
was adopted uuanlmoiislv.
Thobo present nt tho mooting wor:
Pallium A. C, S. P. Correa; JnpnncMj
A. C. K. Yasumorl; Kuala A. C, N.
K. Hoopli and Hon. Ka no; C. A. Cs.,
K. S. Kong nnd Kim Chnug; Ch'neso
Aloha Club, Mon Tal.
LOCAL BOYS DEFEAT
TEAM OF ALABAMA
Score 1 1 To 8 In Ball
Sailors from the battleship Alabama
were defeated yesterday afternoon nt
baseball by a picked team of Hono
lulu nan, by a score of 11 to 8. Tho
gamo was not tho nibst nxpertly
played match In tho woild, but It was
great fun for all that, and a nlcu pre
liminary, so to speak, of tho game
which Is on for this afternoon between
a team from tho Malno and the Dia
And It Is also the first gamo In
which the sailors figured In this poit,
of any kind.
The scoro by Innings:
Alabama 0 0 1 0
The llnc-up was:
ss Kelley. 2b.: Wlntcrhalter. Hi,
Knrland, c; PJilffcr, p.; Knowlcs, If.;
Smith, cf.; Kllghum, rf.
Honolulu A nil, K,lnco, Walker,
Smith. .1. Doylo. Makanul, Joe Cle
ment, Honan, and Bailey.
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At n meeting of the Japancsn hase
b ill-league held Tuesday, Kn Suo una
chosen umpire, to succeed Hoy Iloshl
no, resigned, nnd It was decided to
cull off ,tho games this Sunday, nut (if
leaped for tho lato Prlnco Kawanana
koa, whoso funeral Is to ho held on
n t: t:
llruuer and Indigo showed up welt
before the rail birds Sunday' morning,
irovl"U'i to being rhlpped to Ilito
Kid Craw foul of Okolahnma City
wants to box any man in the Teirllory
at 133 pounds.
There waB a rcpoit current ester
day that the battleship Malno had
sighted a yacht nt son.! presumably tho
Hawaii, but there seems no founda
tion to this report. No essoin be
tween hero ami tho Coast have yet
sighted tho llttlo craft.
Tho match raco between Mdkanla
and Lcahl Qlrl has been postponed
until after' tho Fourth, and will not !
held Saturday, as was stated In a
newspaper this morning. Multaal.i Is
being shipped to Maul for tho races.
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Additional Sports on Page 7
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New White Wash Goods
In Colored Stripes for
Waists and Suitings.
Reduced $1.00 per day until sold
COYNE FURNITURE CO.
Weekly Bulletin,$l Year
Great Closing -Out Sale of Clothing
The Entire New Stock of the Three Stores of ROSENBERG BROS, has been
bought by us and we are in a position to sell at unheard-of prices.
Men's Negligee Shirts
SHIRTS , REDUCED TO 50c
REDUCED TO 7So
" .: REDUCED TO 80o
, REDUCED TO $1.15
" '. ; REDUCED TO $1.50
Men's Undershirts and Drawers
LISLE THREAD SHIRTS 50c
BALBRIQ0AN SHIRTS 50o
COLORED LISLE AND COTTON 50c
BALBBIGOAN SHIRTS .......; , 35c
MESH UNDERWEAR ' 350
A FULL LINE OF UNDERDRAWERS AT REDUCED PRICES!
Men's Straw, and Felt Hats
STRAW HATS REDUCED TO ' 50o
" " : REDUCED TO 05o
" " , . REDUCED TO 73o
. " " :..:: i reduced to $1.00
" " f..'. REDUCED TO S1.25
FELT HATS ,.' REDUCED TO 75o
" REDUCED TO $1.00
" ' " REDUCED TO $1.25
" " REDUCED TO $1.50
" " .' REDUCED 10 $1.75
Men's Woolen Suits
FULL-FASHIONED SUITS I REDUCED
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MEN'S PANTS REDUCED
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; ' Boys' Wash Suits
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l' .'. REDUCED
Boys' Short Pants
PANTS , REDUCED
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