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EVENING 11ULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., miDAY, JULY 10, 1908,
"Alabastine," a Fire Proof Cement
ALABASTINE is not only the b st inside coating in the world for
churches, opera houses, club houses, office b Hidings, and dwellings, but
is used everywhere for factories, cotton mills, army posts, plantation
buildings, hospitals, asylnms, etc., lirgcly on account of its firc'-proof
properties. AIABASTINE is perfectly fire-proof in its nature, is a ce
ment that can be mixed thick and usd in filling cracks, and sets very
hard over night. Is cheaper than and superior to paint.
Wall Paper vs. Alabastine
Think of hating bedrooms covered with layers of moulding flour
paste to feed vermin, with piper to hide them and to absorb the moisture
of lcspiration, and an animal glue culture ground on its face for disease
germs; also of repeating this pipermg without removing the old, and a
number of times, at that, as many do. Then tlunTc of a room coited with
pure, permanent ALABASTINE, uhih is retmtcd with but little trouble
or expense, mid is purifying and sw:ct-smclhng. ALABASTINE cements
creeks, shutting out crmin.
ALABASTINE in White and a laigc assortment of Tints to be had in
5;lb. packancs at
I 0. HALL & SON, LTD-
Black Xtatiglao Oil
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i " . fl
J nbscmblc on the corner of
!i Tort, where they will be n
Sores of all kinds.
Srstaining a healthy condition of foot
ami for the cure of Kankcr,
Thrush, and Foul Feat.
Sprains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
don Lameness. This oil docs not
blister, and can be used while the
horse is in daily work.
Leading Druggists Keep Them.
TELEPHONE 1189. FOTTIE &. SONS HONOLULU
On the Mongolia cx& Hilonian from San Francisco, a
fine assortment of Hen's, Ladies', Children's, and Infants'
SHOES, especially selected for Comfort pad Stjle.
AYAH SHOE COMPANY
1005 NUUANU SIBEET cor. KING.
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To Plantation Stores
Owing to larger factory facilities, can offer every fruit
end berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FBESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, POIIA AND OUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND. '
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNCJ HOTEl
Tomorrow the big trlnnglo lcaguo
hcrlca opens up with u gnmo between
the IMmalioua ami tlio Kotos'. With n
big blow out, tit course, and much dog,
ami It it also piobnble with borne good
bnttbill, which will play to the IJwn
blecthcis, n baseball contest between
two continent!) vlll bo launched ThoJ
he ond big gnmo ot the d ly will bo
put up by the K.uiis and the Suita
At 1 o lock tomorrow afternoon
the bibcball tennis ot tho League will
met by tho
band. After a little Jolllllt.it Ion on
tho Btiect rorncr, tho players will bo
taken ft) the. gioitnds lit two special
Though tho teams hao been work
ing out since nirlal here, tho games
tomonow will furnish tho first oppor
tunity which the general public Is to
liae or hcelng these cracks from
cither side of the Pacific blnglo the
One notlceiblo feature of the Inter
est being manifested iu tho whole af
fair Is tho stir being made among tho
local Japanese. That they will bo
among tho in,ost rabid of all the fans
there can be little doubt. The) hino
been at the park watching their coun
trymen work out dall; the Jnpancso
lic4 has manifested enthusiasm; and
ns the little brown men nro good
sports there will be no lnck of hack
ing for Kcto.
Shifting the Knms ocr to Satur
daj will b.ne two definite results;
Jack Doyle will bo henid to his best
advantage on tile cry first day of tho
games, nnd llainey Joy will not be
.seen on the mound until Sunday,
when tho Saints arc duo to play.
Tho Puns are stronger by tlio addi
tion to their firing dcpaitmcnt of
Hums and Ilnrt of St. Mary's College,
whose sen Ices were seemed by Alfred
Castle, tho prominent Hnnard ath
lete, formerly of tho Colts, llurns
catches, and Hart Is good In tho box
or out In tho garden.
WInnors are hard to pick.
NEW BALL SCHEDULE
Good Sport Enjoyed
By Nahiku Crowds
Nahlllu, Mnul, July C Tho Na
hiku sports foi tho Potirlh weio a
great success. All present were sat
Islled. The foot races weio tho hit of
tho duy. Tho opening ccnt started
at 10-30 a. m.
rollowlng Is the piogram:
lflO ynids dash for boyB over 16'
yeais: 1st, Jus. S. Achong; 2nd, Kc
Hoot race, free for all: No wln-
nei; all bad a dlffcicnt pur ot lioots.
30 yards dash foi girls under 10
years: 1st, Mai) I, Achong; 2nd,
Potato race: 1st, Kcola KalwI;
2nd, Dan Hyhcstoi.
One-legged race, 30 yardH! 1st,
Jus. S. Achong; 2nd, Joe Keen.
100 yards walk: 1st, Moses M. Ke-
kua; 2nd, Joe Keen.
G yards dash for boss ocr 15
years: 1st, .Ins S. Achong; 2nd, Kc
75 j anls dash for hoys under ID
years: 1st, M. Izuml; 2nd, K. Kn-
100 yards dash foi Koicans and
Japanese: 1st, Ati Sal.
Pat man's race, 100 yards: 1st, Joe
Keen: 2nd, Harry Knulhou.
Horso raco for boys: 1st, Sake,
owned and ridden by Mltzukl.
llnwnllan-brcd horsis: 1st, Girl,
owned by 11. C. Achong nnd ridden
by Kcola KalwI.
Horse race, free for all:
py, owned by Dan Sl ester and lld
den by K. Kalw I.
Hoi so lace, free foi all: 1st, Sake,
owned and ridden by Mltzukl.
iftcr the races a gicat big, grand
ltiatt was served In tho Nnhtku Sugar
and Ilubber Co.'s warehouse After
the luau tho tables wcro cleat ed and
dancing began, which lasted until
n u a
J. LAI wv
1909 "Little Six"
; 1909 New Detroit
will bo isady for dchveiy litre in
Honolulu in about six weeks.
KEECHANT ST. TEL. 388,
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
W. C. Teacock & Co , Ltd.,
l FOUR COCKER SPANIELS. Thor
ouhbred puppies; can be seen at the
Veterinary Infirmary of
X R. Rowat, D.V.S.
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
in an automobile is just the thintr.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 nnd nsl:
C. H. BEHN
Tho new nrrnngement of the
nngle league games Is as follows:
July 11 Punahous s. Kclo; Kams
s Santa Claia.
July 12 St. Louis u. Kelo, Dia
mond Ileitis s. Santa Clara.
July IS Kums s. Kelo; Punnhou
s. Santa Clara.
July 19 St. Louis s. Santa Cla
ia; Diamond Heads s. Kclo.
July' 25 PunnhouB vs. St. Louis
(postponed game); Kelo ts. Santa
July 20 Undecided; Kelo b, San
Tho games for August 1, 2, 8 and
9 will ho decided Intel on.
Second soiics gimes nio yet to bo
made up luto it schedule.
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Cricket nt Maklkl tomorrow at
2:15 p. in.
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Moio young pitchers ltavo mndo
good In tho American Lcaguo this
spring than for many bcusons. Near
ly ccry ono of tho eight managers
has some now star to uncocr, and
In most every case tho finds hno
already mndo places for themsolves
for tlio rest of tho season at least. Of
theso youngsters. Manning of tho
Hlghlandcis is tho most talked of.
Ills work has dono moro toward kcop
lug tho Now York team up than that
of any of tho others. Vlckors of tho
Athletics, Hums of tho SenntorB, Orn
ham ot tho Drowns, and Summers ot
the Tlgeis hao broken Into tlio head
lines moro than once,
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Hal Chase has beon doing somo
prartico in tho outfield, nnd judging
fiom the way ho gets thorn thoro ho
appears us good an outfielder ns ho Is
a Mitt snckci. That makes htm somo
outfielder. Wllllo Kecler says ho is
nbout tho best Judgo ot fly balls In
tho business. New York Qlobc,
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9-11 St. Louis Mlnstiels'
12 Puuncno tennis cup play.
17-18 Wild West show.
19 l'leot baseball.
19 fiolf, Mcliiorny cup play.
20, 21, 22, 2J lOlilinl Club
21, 22 Polo tournament.
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lark Scully nrihcd tills morning
by tho Alameda from (he Coast. lie
has good news to tcllv, He has found
good boxers and wrestlers on tho
Klcct and they will appear at Inde
pendence llul) when the shlpj aio
It Is nil arranged, says Jack. Ho
lias found a nmn for Roberts. Ho
has alio found the good fistic artists
of tho ships, and piomlses that some
thing big will bo doing when ho has
his men actually In the ling at Inde
Jack made this trip to tho Coast
for the especial purposo of getting
things In shape, well in advance, for
tho big boxing carnival which la to
be held at lndepcndcnco Hall some
time between the 16th nnd the 23d
of this month. Scully will probably
sec A. L C. Atklnosn, chairman of tho
Plcet Sports Committee, iu order not
to liao his games intcrfcro with any
thing tljo public Is doing for the sail
or boys' amusement.
The dctnllaor tho thing will liavo
to como later, w hen Jack has becomo
adjusted hero again, nnd liua his ar
rangements under consideration,
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Miss Ida Mearns and Maurice Mc-
Loughlln won honors in the Califor
nia championship singles tennis tournament.
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James It. Kccno's Ilallot easily won
the Advance stake, worth $ll,7r0, at
Sheepshcnd Uay.-nnd made world'B rce
a ti a
Hychrlght easily captured tho
Georgetown handicap, tho fcaturo
eent ut The Meadows track,
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Pine's Glorlo defeated an all aged
field In tho fnstest mile of tho present
meet nt The Meadows.
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Thcro was a large list of entries
for athletic events In Golden Onto
Parle stadium July I.
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Luko Mailsch 'practically signed
up Kctchcl and Pry mi for a 20-round
bout on Julyx 24.
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Verbal bets aro no crime In Now
York, according to u decision handed
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Jack Williams' homer let the Scnls
win first gnmo of scries from the
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Sin Crabs roolt for lark of pay
and icfuscd to play until back wages
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Clceland takes the lead In tho
Amciicnn lcaguo by nosing out St.
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nolulu will become a dot on the sport
ing map that will strlko the onlook
er In tho eye.
Another fcaturo Is an amateur
boxing touine being ni ranged, In
which tho men will do buttlo for med-
nls and tups, and which will mean as
clean nnd wholesome sport as Is put
up by such organisations us tho
Olympic Club of 'Krisca
Of tho mcn'Tnlt has already signed
aro two clever boyB fiom tlio Coast.
The nicna has the dcflnlto and at-
tincttvo ndvnntago of .being centrally
Tho latest In sportdom Is tho Ccn- Jsltuntcrt, on Hotel street, next to tho
Great Crowd Cheered
Yachts In Ocean
SAN PHDRO, Calif., July 3 Ono
hundred thousand pcisons gathered
to participate In the most notable cel
ebration of tho Fourth of July to be
held In Southern California will wit
ness tho start of the ocean yacht raco
from this port to Honolulu tomorrow.
Tho signal gun will bo filed nt noon
nnd If arrangements can ho mndo tho
word to flro will bo flashed by Presi
dent Roosevelt nt Oyster Hay.
Pom yachts will partlciputo In tho
event. Tho Hawaii, built and sent
ncross tho Pacific for the rnco by tho
Hawaiian Yacht Club, will bo com
manded by Captain II. J. Harris. Tho
Luly Maud, cairylng tho tolorB of
tho San Diego Yacht Club, will carry
Wilbur Kyle, tho thief owner, and
will ho navigated by Captain L. II
Hauls. Seattle Is represented by
tho Gwendolyn II, which will bo
commanded by Captain Jobcph Red
fern, and her owners, Dean nnd Lloyd
Johnson and Homy Hcnkc, will sono
ns members nt tho tiow. Represent
ing tho South Const Club Is tho 1 .in
line, owned nnd sailed by Commodore
H. II. Sinclair.
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"PROF" Ai IU
tral Athletic Club, formed for tho mir
iposo of piomotlng boxing, wrestling.
and othei Indoor sports. Eddie Tatt,
tho well-known local sporting man, is
behind tho enterprise, which is
enough to say for Its character, and
for Insuring Its success and popular
ity among the sporting frntornlty.
Tho club will havo an arena such
as has not beon used In this city, and
made on tho plan nt tho Culmn, and
tho world-famous Coffroth arenas. In
San Prantlsco, that Is, so arranged
that tho contests tako place Iu the
open air. with tho scats In ilsln
tleis on euch ot tho four sides to
that theso modern glndlatois of the
pndded mlt shall do battle 111 an aic
na which Is essentially not unlike
that of tho old Romans.
Tho point of most Intel est In con
nection with this cntcrpiiso Is tho
fact that Hddlo may biing down from
the CoaBt If tho Inletest manifested
wunnnlH It, Kinio of tho good scinp
pels tlieip TIiIh means a great stop
to tho hood when the piomotoiB be
gin to impnit hlgh-grado talent
It mnkos It just possible that Ho-
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Grnsa Linen, Chlncso Silk,
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Bmbroldcicd Table Cloths,
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Woolen and Linen Under
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Assessment No. 8
Delinquent, July 15th, 1808.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Among tho old boxers now In town
Is Jack McPaddcn, who blow In this
morning on Uio Al imcdn. right fans
hero know all about McPadden. Ho
heat all comers hero during tho hist
i tin nt tho scrapping game In Hono
lulu, and with icason claims the light
) eight belt for tho local ring.
McPadden cornea horo iu flrst-clnss
condition. Ho has been doing a littlo
snapping on tho Cmst. Ho boat Mur
phy In Tilsco, gaining tho decision
In n C-round go. Wllllo Conroy wont
down bcfoio McPadden In San Prar
clbto by tho knock-out loute.
tieoigo Schilling Is another classy
hoy, who goes Into tho ling nt HE.
Ho feitys ho Is willing to box uuy mini
iu town, giving away n littlo weight
If uecessaiy, for a sldo bet, which ho
cm got from Honolulu pcoplo on tho
sticngth of his showing on the .Mon
golia on his way down fiom tho
Coast, In tin games piomoted by Jewi
Woods, llo knocked out Al Hmtnlih
In two loiinds icuutly at Salinas
Iloth men may bo scon nt tho Cen
tial A, C, menu.
PER S. S. ALAMEDA
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET
The Rosenberg Clothing
leads all others in quantity and quality of goods sold
during this sale. Wc have some more of the stock and it's
jours for little money.
Clothing, Shirts, Hats,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHINO FOR MEN AND BOYS.
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