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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, II., miDAY.'JULY 3, 1908.
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Dress Up for the
The ROSENBERG STOCK still
fc CLOTHING, SKIRTS, HATS,
At Your Own Price
L. B. KERR & CO.,
Store Open until 9 this evening
The biggest thing In tho way of
a Fourth ot July sporting attraction
is tho athletic carnival which corn
el jnenecs tonight at tho Aloha Athletic
r Club and which concludes tomorrow
I night. Threo good bouts have been
nrranged for each evening and the
i public are sure of getting their mon-
l cy's worth.
1 Interest centers tonight In tho 10-
m round go between Soldier Piatt and
M George Kahaulello, tho unbeaten Ha-
wnllnn champion. Doth men will on
l tcr the ring In line fcttlo and in
' Rhnpe to do battlo for their lives.
Ilnth boxers are strongly fancied and
tho bout Is expected to bo a slugging
affair from tho start.
Tho show will start nt SMC p. m.
with n 4-rouncl go between Ernest
(corgo and Manuel rtcutcr, two good
12C, pound boys.
Hpxt will como a 6-round, affair be
tween Oakley und Richardson, two
witling boxers from Fort Shatter.
The main event tomorrow between
Sailor Morch and Kid Crawford is the
chief topic of interest among the
local sports today. The winner looks
to bo hard to pick nnd It Is satlsfac-
j wlilBhts "wiuted 'to box winner take
The other bouts scheduled for to-
J moriow aro a 4-round argument be-
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tween Joe Castro and Kid McCul
lough and a C-rpund affair In which
kupa nnd Peter Stanley will flguco
ns tho principals.
Tho sale ot scats for tonight and
tomorrow night Is now in progress nt
Kltzpatrlck's cigar storo at the cor
ner of Fort and Hotel strcots.
Vaudeville and tug-of-wnr will be
gin at 7 and will bo such a perform
ance as the ladles and children may
attend. It will be pau by 8:30.
On Saturday and Sunday after
noons at 1:30 a wrestling exhibition
will bo given In the opcnTin the Mid
way enclosure. It is to bo held by a
Japaneso organization hero. Bailor
Roberts Is to appear Saturday.
Roberts has said, however, that
ho will not appear unless he Is put
up ngainst a man who Is In tho best
condition, and who can bo admitted
to bo fairly defeated In caso the
sailor gets tho best ot tho falls.
THIRD DRILL GANG
TO PEARL HARBOR
Tho third drill gang Is at work at
Pearl Harbor this morning. The gangs
havo been worked in from tlrao to
tlmo, starting with a few days after
tho.arrlval ot Mr.- Parks on the scene
Tho second gang has been at worfk
about two weeks.
'The James Makco'and tho Kacna
aro going to and fro from Pearl Har
bnr dally now, with barges In tow.
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Board, Of Agriculture
Regrets Death Of
' ''Whereas, the Commissioners ot
Agriculture nnd Forestry of the Ter
ritory ot Hawaii have sustained a
great loss In the death ot Alexander
Craw, Superintendent ot the Division
of Entomology; nnd,
"Whereas, the emclont manner in
which he administered the duties of
his onico has won tho respect ot nil
and resulted In lasting benefit to tho
agricultural Interests of Hawaii; nnd
"Whercas, by , his genial nnd kind
ly manner he had endeared himself
to his associates and all others with
whom he came in contact,
"Therefore, bo it Resolved, That
tho Commissioners of Agriculture and
Forestry extend to his widqw their
slncerest sympathy In her great be
reavement, nnd that n cony of these
resoiui.ons do sprcau on in minuics- T,,0 llianaB0IHcnt of tll0 Alexander
and bo engrossod with the signatures Young Hotel is making elaborate pro
of the Commissioners, and presented parntlons for a moonlight dance on tho
to her." Hoot Garden .tomorrow night, tow hlcli
At the meeting of tho Hoard of jtho public Is cordially 'Invited.
Agriculture and Forestry day boforol, The off!lr Promises to be tho most
yesterday tho above resolution, pre- )r"lnl of ,tB.klml ,l,at hn8. over boon
. ii in f ,, .. .i helil 'cio, and everyone who attends
sonted by W. M. Ulffard, was unani- ,g aMl(reiJ of n vcy cnJoyablo tlme,
mously adopted. Tho whole hotel bullcllnc will lio nclott
aiffnrd Bald he had received a lot- with thousands of electric llshts, und
tcr from Mr. Crnw brother, giving tho loot garden will bo specially dec
tho nows'of the death ot the lato Al- orated for tho occasion.
Territorial Veterinarian Norganrd
t-An;ii(A,1 4 li n t nrt mit1iiAn1r nt t1nut
iuiwi ivu wiuv uu uutui tun ut itiiiu-
era had been found in a shipment of
eight mules sent hero to bo rcshlppcd
to Kauai. One ot the mules that had
developed acute glanders was de
stroyed. In his letter to Dr. Korgaard, Dr.
E. S. Raker, ot tho California veteri
nary Bcrvlce, stating tho unfavornblo
stock conditions there, made the Com
missloncrs suggest that n letter from
the Governor ot Hawaii to tho Gov
ernor ot California might enlist tho
support of tho latter for Dr. Ilakcr
nnd tho task ho was having In at
tempting to check glanders in his
On tho suggestions contained In
Dr. Norganrd's report, it was sug
gested that the stock for tho Hawaii
an plantations be bought in the
Middle States and shipped here via
Dr. Elliot ot Hllo was Instructed
to 'look up a suitable slto on Govern-,
nient land und report as to tho cost
of fencing and maintenance ot a
quarantine station there.
Dr. Leonard N. Case was appoint-
cd as nsalatant Territorial Veterlnarl-
,r - t i -jk - rg rm m rrtarv nini in mi TiMiTvn i mi m
nti. in fliirceril Dr. Fitrpprnbf. Ills!
salary wasvoted nt $150 n month
and traveling' expenses.
Dr. Norganrd reported two steam
ers arriving on October IB nnd De
cember IS from New Zealand ports
would bring stock.
h. A. Thurston, for the Captain'
Cook Coffee Company, tho Kona De
velopment Co., and the Kona Coffeo
Co., wroto for a portion of tho eleven
hundred Mocha coffeo plants. It was
decided to watt until it was found out
lioW much Mr. Hewitt, who had pro
vided the seed, wnntcd.
On the report of Mr. Isenberg, it
was decided to write to the Inter
Island Company to be more careful
In the handling of shipments of Beet
ling trees. He said that the major
ity of the trees ho rent toKnual had
been killed by salt wntpr.
Acting Superintendent ot Forestry
David llnughs reported on tho forest
fire of Monday nt Walplo. Thanks
wcro voted to V. M. Tcmpletop. the
(Ire wnrden for Wnlnlua district, and
to II. C. Dolllvcr of the Hawaiian
Pineapple Co. for checking the fire.
4TH OF JULY DANCE
,AT YOUNG HOTEL
I Tho danco itself will bo a sumcluul
in o Win II 1J lllllli,
roof garden, and tho music and moon
light will be additional features' ttint
will appeal to all.
Just tho thing for children for tho
4th ot July., Will havo a display this
Saturday evening. Come and sco
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
ELLSWORTH In Honolulu, July .1.
1908. to Mr. nnd Mrs. 15. K. Ells
worth, a son.
8-Eoom Modern Cot
tage on Hotel Street
near Punchbowl Street
$17.00 Per Month.
RE. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDQ. ... 74 S. KING ST.
Tuesday, July 7, ,
W. D, Adams presents
Prima Donna of four continents, in
another brilliant program of
This is the final opportunity to
hear probably the greatest operatic
toprr.no ,in the world before her de
parture for Jfcw York and London.
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.
75c. $1.00 $1.00.
J. C. COHEN and
GERALD R. LUMLEY
Present the Fftvorite Actor
Mr. Richard Btihler
And The Incomparable
FRANK1 E. MONTGOMERY,
MISS MAE KEANE
and VIRGINIA THORNTON
Brown's In Town
Change.of play Monday and Thurs
day. Matinee Wednesday and Sat
urday. SPECIALTIES EACH EVENING.
Seats now on sale.
Aloha Athletic Club
Corner Queen and Richards Streets
FRIDAY JULY 3
GEORGE KAHAULELIO vs.
SATURDAY. JULY 4
SAILOR MORCH vs.
Two Rattling Preliminaries
Sale of tickets now on at Fitzpat
rick's cigar store, corner Fort and
ALAKEA below QUEEN
FRIDAY, JULY 3... 7 P. M. Sharp
SATURDAY, JULY 4, Matinee 8 P.M.
SATURDAY; JULY 4, 7 P. M. Sharp
RESERVED SEATS, 25c EXTRA.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous SubjeoU Never
Before Shown Here.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT 1
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY.M0NDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission ,.10 cents
Children 5 cents
1909 "Little Six"
1909 New Detroit .
will be ready for delivery here in
Honolulu in about six weeks.
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WHEN THE WEEKLY PAYMENT
PUN PUTS A VICTOR IN YOUR
HOME, ISN'T IT SELFISH TO DE
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OUR EASY TERMS.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
To Plantation Stores
Honolulu Jam Factory
Owing to larger factory facilities, can offer every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands. . .
FRESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, P0HA AND'GUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
Our equipment for producing 'it includes Steam at all hours, White
Suits for Milkers, Covered Buckets with Absorbent Cotton, Tail Hooks for
Cows' Tails, Thorough Washing of Udder, and Constant Skilled Supervi
sion. It costs, but is worth it.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
Particularly well flavored Is tho
product of our works.
Falstaf would have been a better man with less of his
sack and more of our si!a water;-it does not furnish pro
verbial "Dutch" courage, but it refreshes and cools one's
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO LTD.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
The most Satisfactory for Kitchen and Tabic Use, Nu
Housewife should be without it.
IT KEEPS INDEFINITELY.
Ask Your -Grocer For It.
H. HACKFELD &'" CO.,
J. Santos, Mgr.
UNION STREET near HOTEL
Open for business
July 1st, 1908
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