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EVHNTNO nniACTtN, HONOLULU, X. TI SATIIIHUY, .WLY 11, 1fl09.
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4 Alabastinc," a Fire Proof Cement
ALABASTINE is not only the b -st inside coating in the world for
churches, opera houses, club houses, office buildings, and dwellings, but J
)s ised everywhere for factories, cotton mills, nnny posts, plantation i
baildinss, hospitals, asjlums, etc., 1 rgcly on account of its fire-pioof
properties. ALABASTINE is perfee lv flrc-croof in its natuic, is a ce
ment that can be mixed thick and us 4 in filling- cracks, and sets very
hard over night. Is cheaper than a id superior, to paint.
Wall Paper vs. Alabastine
Think of having bedrooms cov
r.asts to feel vermin, with pipir to h
of rejairaticn, and an animal glue c
r.errs; also of repeating this paper
number of times, at that, as many U
pare, nzrmanent ALABASTINE, whi
or expense, and is purifying ana sv
cracks, shutting out vermin.
LABASTINE in White and a hrgc assortment of Tints to be had in
5 -lb. packages at
E. Q, HALL
Black Douglas Oil
Leading Druggists Keep Them.
TELEPHONE 1189. FOTTIE & SONS
On the Mongolia and Hilonian from San Francisco, a
Y fine assortment of Men's.lilidics', Children's, 'nnd Infant'
SHOES, c'spe'cially sele-.tcd for Comfort and Style, j
1005 NUUANU STREET cor. KING.
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To Plantation Stores
Honolulu Jam Factory
Owing to larger factory facilities, can offer every fruit
and beiry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
PEESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, P0HA AND GUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
J I AlUFlA Has Moved to
. LANUU 0REG0N BLOCK,
1909 "Little Six"
1909 New Detroit
will be leady for delivery here in
Honolulu in about six weeks.
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
Auto for Hire
MANUEL EEIS, Call up at any
time by1 telephone any one of these
iruinberi: 280, 200, 1097.
rrFOUH COCKER SPANIELS. Thor-
mat - 'FOR SALE.
ouhbrecTouppics; can be seen at the
yeterinary Infirmary of
A. R. Rowat, O.V.S.
."cd with layers of moulding flour
c them and to absorb the moisture
ulturc ground on its face for disease
.m; without removing the old, and a
a, Tnen think ol a room coated with
h is rctintcd with but little trouble
:t-3inelling. ALABASTINE cements
& SON, LTD
Sores of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure of Kankcr,
Thrush, and Foul Feet.
Sarains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
don Lameness. This oil docs not
blister, and can bo used while the
horte is in daily work.
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNO HOTEX
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
, .MERCHANT STREET.
in an automobile is just the thine.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
BARNEY JOY IN
Second Round Of
Games On At
Tomorrow, Uiu second imiuil of llio
(treat liitonuttltiiml bist'b.ill Kamca
now being hulit nt Ilascball I'ark will
li iilayuil. Tlio l8llurn will bao
their men cbaiiKod iiiouinl poniiiv. Inn;
or nt Ions', a new iwlrtur will lio neen
In llio box fin" Sanla Clir:i nm! pov
fclbly for' Kulo.
Tim sanies tomorrow will lio: St.
I.oiilu vs.tlvt'io mid Dlnmond HimcIh s.
Santa Clara. It In iirnctlcally certain
lliat llio Bamqs tomorrow nlll lio ns
null titteihli'tl ;ih tbosv today If llio nt
lenduncv ilops nof pruc ovun bolter,
for tlio ii'uson Hint iiiiiny pvuplo will
be free to nttupcl tomorrow who iiiul
good fans but eannot lie out to Sat
ActUH.V of interest has boon plio
nonu'iial In bahuli.ill chtlos Ibis wook.
Willi the IhIIIhk tcaniH workliiK out
lnoinliiK iiml nftoiiionii at the l'.irk;
llio fatiii dopliiK out tliolr form, mid
fcpoculntluK, or oun Bolng mroiiRei,
and backlni; tliolr BpociilatlotiH uri to
Die piobablo outcome wlion the locals
book up with classy men fiom two
continent:!, things have certalnl baon
on the hup tlfiB wook.
The matter of new passes for tlio
Kaines has been nttinctlm; nltentlo'i
to the fact Hint tlieie Is i.oinollilns
out of the ordinal y on font, also
An eent of unusual Intel est Is on
for the Raines tomorrow. Harney Joy,
of the Saints lion, but once of the
Seals, the pride lif tlio local bisclul!
fraternity" whlhvho wss making base.-
ball b)0 on' ShPiCoast, nnd noiV 'ontr
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oi no uohi inuy-r 111 ium cik. .mil ue
room In the lioiijfoVtliOjflit tllio'Ui(s
seuuoii, iiaincji.is n inmoiis Koum
paw, with a wIhr thnt-la-im-m)od at'
Buld yot. Ho has been working every
ufternnon. And ManaKcr Pat Qleaaon
Is confident (hat IMincy has Bllll the
form to win his Karnes.
Another event worth mentioning-Is
lUo likely adveftt of Charles Albright
Into tlio blB le,pgufc game. Albright Is
modality to bo seen out nt any time
now, nnd In cutc bo Is seen 111 n Ilo-
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(?Y. JrTTVrf ll (ISTHM THE WATS fTwtt NAPPING S
N0 51R Ajf tfi(l i" WJ HUS1lE 0UT III ADMIT. BUT. irTfoH
'W,F j SJft' Ll 11 Si "IHSE IMWICW? HAD EATEN WHAT I
TOU ARH rl. Oktil i I 1 I A, S SIEEPINC ON THM , D,p YOU WOUIO
At n logiilar nieetlng of the Ua
plolaiil lliiselmll I.eaKiio held l.iHt
cvbnlni: n nnniilmbus Milo was oust
I In fiior'6f postponing; their games
until nfter the finish of the. triangu
lar Bcrlcii. The games pluyeil on Sun
day InHtythen rnmc up for discussion,
nndt nfter It was procd Hint the Twi
lights nnd Reliance nines had violat
ed llio laua of the. league bv playing
men who were not signed pluyers ut
the league, I'lesldent Cottrcll,,to up
hold the law's, decided that Hie Tidal
Waves rtnd Leahl nines are thn wln
ncis of said games.
The next canu to be played will
ho between the Tidal Wnes and Lc
uhls mill tlio ll"land nnd Reliance
nines, on1 Sunday, August ICtli. The
Reliance, Hylnml nhd Twilight teams
aio fled for the first series, and the
stundlng of nil teams In the bctoml
series nre ns follows:
, r. w. l'ct.
Reliance . . :! L .tlCC
Tidal Waves :i 2 .000
Twlllglits 4 2 .fiu0
Hylaii'ds 4 2 .COO
I-eahls . , 4 ,2r.O
' MEDAIJUY TOMORROW
Tlio Honolulu (lolf Club holds n
medal play competition tomorrow nt
the Moaiialua links which promises
to bo one of the drawing-cards with
the golfing men of this city. Draws
will bo at 10 a. m. and 10:30 a. in.
Any competitor playing on a putting
green t onion ow, before the competi
tion begins, will be disqualified for
II tt U
Muttlicwbon Is surely the Matthew-
sou of aid this year. He has .Willi
eighty per-cial. oLjils .games this
seasons flul'Ifor' ClirlsLaHioi (JlaTils
Svtjii hi ho t ;bo, sty prom Inf ntTiift h e. NaJ
uumeaiuavrac. r;v m r. i ;f,-i,
it n.tt una nit it it irxt tt tt tt it'tt-
nolulii League lirilformr It-will be thul
Of tlio, Jewels. Ho will bo -used ill the
Infield If bo, Is used at all possibly to
fill ii)i IeriifliKlez's line1, depleted by;
thq loss ctj:vers.''r l i
, At alt ('Acnts, (lie big games ore on,
mil Honplultj fans are being treated
to tonic jaru Blunts 'in the national
pastime, ,, , ,
Has Hit .424 In First
Now that the (list scries of the,
Honolulu llaseliall League season Is
practically closed, It Is Interesting to
notice that L'ddlc Kernandcz has nos;
ed out all competitors ns the batting
champion of the season. When tlio
Saints and the l'lina meet for their
postponed game, on the 2.fith, to de
cide the championship of the scries,
Harney Joy must hac a cliunco to
eclipse the maik set by Ed. but It Is
baldly likely that he will lilt tlio ball
haul enough to do this. Fernandez
bns an excellent aveiage, however
you look nt It, For nlnq games he
bns been nt bat .13 times, and has
blnglcd the pill to the tune of ,424
mid a fraction. Joy conies second
with .407 nnd n fraction.
Kveis bus been one of the consist
ent liltteis of tlio season. In the first
(He games ho hit once each ifiiy teg
ular!)'. Hut us ho has fallen off late
ly Ills average stacks up at Just .2Ii0
The picn who hao lilt at .250 or
more for six or more games are:
Name Club I'ctg.
Fernandez (I). II. A. C,) . . .424 1-5
Joy (Saints) 407 1-2
(leo. limns (Saints) 38i. 4-S
Louis (I). H. A. C.) A 343 4-5
Lemon (Kums) 322 1-2
Oliiios (I). 11. A. C.) ...... .286
II. llruns (I'uns) 277 1-5
Kn Sue (Saints) 201
Uveis (D. II. A. C.) w. . .250
Aylett (Saints) 250
A good number of nice batters
M M n
Iloth tho'Mn'lden cottsswhlch fin
ished flrct nnd tecoml .in (he Great
Amerlcuil' Stakes recently aro'ellglbla
for the English Derby and Ornnd
i'tlx 'next yedr.buf whether they
wl be sent across tlio Atlantic to
start In either cteiH' Is something
their owner cannot answer Just now.
ljnvo played.la Joo? stnalra luimlier'of
'game 3for tliolr average to bo com-
Handsomely Trimmed in
Laces, Appliques and Medallions
In White, Pink, Blue and Tan
Ycc Chan & Co,,
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
Grass Linen, Clilncso Stilt,
Umlirnldcrod Shirt Walntn,
1'oiiroo anil Japnnoso 9ltl(,
nmbnildcred Tablo Cloths,
Sill; Shawls, Hand - embroi
dered Fans,. Silk Hand -fom-lirdldcrcd
ussortcd sizes, colors, 7un.it
designs, Flna Muslins, Al-
CVMfBMrt.f ); v,
- .FEOH.53 JQ.,$7.
W- ' frh irfVi rk th
s4rl fi? "Zsr "' o-- --.rT
Nothing equals a P.U3BERSET shavinfr brush, be
cause the bristles withstand hot and cold vat-r. There 'is
no separating them from the handle, consequently no dis
comfort when lathering the face.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotfol and Fort Sts.
Assessment No. 8
Delinquent, July 15th, 1808.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
The Rosenberg Clothing
leads all others in quantity and quality of goods sold
during this sale. We have some more of the stock and it'g
yours for little money. ,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
L. B. KERR & CO.,
Heavy - niado Sult.1, $
up; Straw and Kelt Hats,
KcgllKce and Full - DrebS
Shirts, Hand - cniliiiildcrcd
Silk Shtits, Dalbilggnn.
W'uolen and' Linen Undej--weniySocks
In assorted col
oi und designs; Neckwear
nnd Shoo Trunks, Suit Cate
andtVallseaaents' and La
dles" Paiiiiiiiii'llnk. iKtT'
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MISS POWER'S MIL:iNEnY
BOSTON BUILDING, FOI.T' STREET
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