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ALABASTINE is not only the b -at inside coatir.ij in the world for
chiivliei, opera houses, club houses, ciiHcc buildings, and dwelling!), but
iu ii'td everywhere for factories, cotton mills, army post?, plantation
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Wall Paper vs. Alabastine
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pattc to fi"!.l vermin, with jiipts t.i h tVm and to absorb the moisture
cf is', liration and an animal ;lf' c ilture u round on it3 face for disease
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or expense, and is purifying and iw i-sntellimr. ALABASTINE cements
creeks, shutting out vermin.
ALABASTINE iu White and a large assortment of Tints to to had in
5-lb. packages at
E. 0, HULL & SON. LTD-
Black BoukLis Oil
Sores of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cmc of Kanker,
Thrush, and Foul l'ect.
Surains, Stiains, Shoulder and Ten
don Lameness. This oil does not
blister, and can be used while the
horse is in daily work.
Leading' Druggists Keep Them.
TELEPHONE 1189. rOTTIE & SONS
L AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Sporting Goods Emporium
Wc invite our fri.ntb to inspect our stock.
1005 NUUAMU STREET
?., etvps icaiTrayvre?:5SE?cEffrria:j.'Ts; uifeTrvsmrssrenrjiVfi
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG 110TEI
&! Mili y&sJ
ALWAYS ON HAND.
YOUNG PIGS I
FREf-H BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam 'Wo Msal.CoJ
King Street Market. Tel. 283
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
Peacock & Co.,
Bulletin's Page Of
EDITED EY FREDERICK B. MOOHE
Eighth Assessment , y , B
Delinquent, My lGlh. 1003. VIUICL DUUU
HARRISOlf MUTUAL ASSOCIATION i
The Best Ma'de.
2 Lbs. for 75c
FOUR COCKER SPANIELS. Thor
o'ulibred nappies; can be seen at the
Veterinary Infirmary of
A. R. Rowal O.V.S.
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At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Foit Street. Phone 575.
, Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA SI
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
LOVEJOY & CO."
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
Of AH Kinds And Descriptions At
r, SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretani
e AT o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORr
Is For Champion Tearr;!
Press League Is
Tlie It Ivci wlilo llnxcbnll I.eafilie.
livid Kb K'KUlnr incetliiK laid eeulnK
In AtltlusoH'ii olllee. Tln follmvliu:
rciireaetitiitlves wure lueseiit: l A.
C -K. S.' Kiiiik iiml Chi Hut; l'nlu
iiiiih -S. I Oirit-a; Chinese Aloha
Albeit Al.iin.i ilrftl Moil Tal; J.ii.iiii-mi
A (' K Yiuumiirl ami .loliii Not
Icy, Kual.ui Abieiit.
Tlu report of Iho treasurer nf tliu
leaRiiu wan leail anil approved by tliu
league Tliu ciimIi mi lianil as repml
eil was $108.70.
The Cluilr reimrleil that a eliiini-
plmiHlilp eup hail In on offered liy I
Charles IhiHtiiee. S. 1 Correa nuiv-
eil that a eommlttee (if two ho np- I
pointed to draft a letter nf thauKH to
Silperxlxnr Chailes Jliihluiu for tliu
donation of the eup. The Chair ap
pointed McMim. W. Tin ChunK iiml
II. II. Kelekollo.
Tliu president lead a communica
tion fiom P. i:. ThompiToii icatieKtliiR
tliu UlreiHlde ll.ieuatl I.eaKUe to re
fnilii fiuiii hehednlliii; their series
dnrliiK the visit of the Santa Clma
Colk-Ko and Kelo liasehall teaniH.
II. II. Kelekollo moved that the re
Hiiest of- !'. , ThoiiipMin, neeretary
of tliu Honolulu llihehall LeiiKiie. he
.tci'eited tu and that tliu Itlveruidc
linn-ball LeaKUo poutpiiue their t.clied
ii led R.imej for four Suiuhoe. Seu-
onded by S. I'. Corrca and carried.
It was also moved nnd passed that
the. secretary ruvlso the dates of the
aeeond terlea of the league.
S. I'. Conen moved tlmt II. II. Kele
kollo bo appointed secretary of the
Illveraldo llasc'oall League, vice V.
Tin Chone, resigned. Tills motion
was seconded by John N'otley and
The appointment ot Tin Cliong
by the pieslde!it ns temporary scorer
wis conflrr.teil 'uiiauIiiiou.ly by tho
A lejolutlon was alto passed that
players In the Itlveisldo llasclmll
l.eaguu bo allowed to play during the
visit of tliu Kelo and Santa Clara Col
lege with eoiiio of the local teaun
without being disbarred from the
A communication was also rend
from tliu sceictnry of tho Press
League asking for n match gamo
Satjinlay at Haseball I'ark. Blon Tal
mined that the league offer thanks
but also t( state that It was Impos
sible to play such a game. Seconded
by Aknna and pasted.
A petition was read from tho Chi
nese Aloha Club, asking that they bo
allowed to fill In their official list, ns
four of their players had resigned.
Kelukollo moved that tho Clilnusu
Aloha Club bo allowed to withdraw
the names of the aforesaid players.
Seconded by B. &. Kong and carried.
K. S. Kong moved that the meet
ing adjourn. Seconded by Mon Tal
At U p. m. tho meeting adjourned
The llnc-up of tho Maul team
when It meets tho Honolulu plajeis
at I'liiiuuno on August K'th, will tie
fciibtnutlally iih follows- ,
A. V". Collins uml C. C. Krum
bhaur; 13. II. Tinner null D. C. Llnd
Eay; II. V. Ulce and K. It. Komi
ctuhb: Mr. Mcllor und W. Foster;
A, X. Nowe.ll and Chau, McKshton;
K. P. lkildwln uml J. II. Thomson;
Win. L, Walsh and Win. Loug'ier;
Win. Stuiby and II. 13. Savage.
These men want an equal number
of plaveis tiom this city to meet
them on tho courts,
Local ball-tossora who will co to
Maul thin n tier noon o play ball at
Walliiku, composing a picked team,
which Is expected to tako tho foliage
away from tho Maul aggregation,
mo llarnoy Joy, Hill Chllllngworth,
L. It. Ciook, Jiimcs Thompson, Sam
Chllllngwoith, J Amoy, Geo. Chirk,
Henry Williams, Robert Chilling
worth, Otto llerndt, and Hamilton.
To line up against this picked ag
gregation, tho Mauls have a very
A Now Yoik scrlbo who has a hit
moious pen writes: "Hal Chase Is
still making those one-mltt pickups.
iiiu miuiu us no uucs in ftoiv xorK. i
Th'ere Is somo talk of him being trad-
cd for a ball club, Including tho
Tomonow afternoon (jit Coffroth's
Mission Ktrcct menu, San Francisco,
llattllng Nelbon and Joo Un:is(wlll
box for tho lightweight champion
ship of thu world In a scheduled 45
louud contest, which Is, however,
hniflty expected to go tho limit. (Inns
Is a big favoilte In thu betting,
though the gtent (onlldence which
the Dane has shown of l.itu has
rnl'ied thu Impi'M of Miniti of his eist
whllo backets to die pi. tie that they
are now putting their money on him
to somo extent.
Tho bout will possibly' bo one of
the gleatest which the wot Id has yet
scon. If NVInoii Is Iu anything like
thu condition which Willis llrltt
claims for li I in. and can give Joo a
light which Is worth while or can
win out In this gieat bout, then tho
fight fa Hi may expect In see Mime
thlug which Is rarely to b.i duplicat
ed In the llslle line.
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July 2 Clilnt-i.i Aloha dance, K.
of I. hail.
.Inly 3-1 Illlo racei.
July :iil lloxlng eai nival, Aloha
July 4 Racing, Cindy Hoy vs. Si
lent lleauty, half mile, 4 p. in., Ka
July l-i-'cblf, medal play. Country
Club. 10;:io u. in.
July 4 Trans-IMelflc Yacht Itace
July 4 Maul races.
July 0-11 St. Louis Minstrels'
July 17-18 Wild West show.
July l'J Fleet baseball.
July 19 (lolf, Mclncrny cup play.
July 20, 21, 22, 23 Kennel Club
July 21, 22 Polo tournament.
Aug. 12 l'tiuncne tennis cup play.
Bulletin Busines Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
WHITNEY & MARSH
The Trans-I'acinc Yacht Hnco
starts fiom San I'edio tomorrow, j
Things are u little nebulous as yet,
mid details of the ount will not ho
known, probably, until malls nrilve
fiom tho jaclit-liy the Mongolia oh
Monday, the first to bu heanl fiom
Captain Harris and his gallant viuw
except for a cable or two.
At all ecnts. President Roosevelt
Is to Mart the race, wiring nt tho
time when the rjun N to be Hied,
There will bu a big aggregation of
the yachting fraternity out to -see
them on, and no lack of enthusiasm
for a while, perhaps.
They will bu looked for any time
after ten das from tonmriow. The
local entry Is tho schooner yacht Ila
wall. Tho most formidable yacht
with which sho will probably have
to sail Is thu Liirllue of Los Angeles.
Thu llbt of entiles Is uncertain.
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SPECIAL GOLF AT .
ELKS TO HAWAII
OUR BIG SALE OF
A special golf tourney is to lie held
tomorrow at tho Country Club, be
ginning nt 10:..0 o'clock In thu
morning, for a (list and second prize,
offered by thu committee.
This tourney Is arranged especial
ly for many golfeis who cannot play
on Sunday, when the regularly sched
uled events are pulled off. A silver
cup has been offered as tho first
prlzo for tho host gross score, and a
silver-mounted thermos bottle Is up
for tho second pilze, offered for tho
best not score.
The links urn In excellent shape,
and the local cltib-wlcldcrs are ex
pected out In force
It It it
Tho liaises o( the Hampton stnbje,
trained successfully by Silas Veltch,
have been turned over to the colored
Strainer, Charles 11. Douglas. Douglas i
has been associated with Henry l'llp-
pen on the western circuit nnd U eon-'
sldeicd a trainer of ability. I
Buy Your Shoes & Shirt!
Wc have just received a fine assortment of the famous
Goodyeqr Welt Shoes
Gentlemen's $2.50 to $3.50
Ladies' $2.00 to $3.50
Patent Leather, Qjn Metal, Vici Kid, and Busset.
Wc have a splcnd d assortment of these renowned
shirts iu tasty and attractive designs, in negligee and full
dress, at $1.00 and $1.25.
SEE 0UP. WINDOW DISPLAY.
Yee Chan & Co.,
The Weekly Edition bf the Evening
nulletin gives complete summary of
h au,ii nt ! 1v
KING AND BETHEL STS,
THE DOCTOR says " drink beer" when
you're worn out and run down; because
good beer is a food and a tonic. If it will
strengthen the weak and the nervous isn't it
reasonable to say that it will keep
The virtue of Primo is not in the alcohol.
There is only 2 1-2 per cent of that.
, It is in the malted barley adigested food,
the hops a tonic and an aid to sleep.
There is nothing more healthful than Primo Beer;
because it is rightly made and absolutely pure
THE PROPER DRINKING of PRIMO BEER
NOT THE ABUSE OF IT IS GOOD for the
WEAK and the WELL
HONOLULU BREWING & MALTING CO.,
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