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EVI2NIN0 nUI.LETtN, HONOLULU, T. It., WliUNKBDAY, JULY 15, 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 buildings, nnd dwellings, but
is vied everywhere for factories, cotton mills, nnny posts, plantation
bniUings, hospitah, asylums, etc., largely on account of its fire-proof
properties. ALABASTINE is perfectly fire-proof in its nature, is a ce
ment that can be mixed thick and us;d in filling cracks, and seta very
hard over night. Is cheaper than and superior to paint.
Wall Paper vs. Alabastine
Think of having bedroovs covered with hycrs of moulding flour
paste to red vermin, with paper to h'de them and to absorb the moisture
of respiration, and an animal glue culture ground on its face for disease
.germs; also of repeating this papering without removing the. old, and a
number of times, at that, as many do. Then think of a room coated with
pure, permanent ALABASTINE, wlii'li is retintcd with but little trouble
or expense, and is purifyirg and sweet-smelling. ALABASTINE cements
cracks, shutting out vermin.
ALABASTINE in White and a large assortment of Tints to be had in
5-lb. packages at
E, 0, HALL & Sflii LTD-
Black Douglas Oil
hone is m daily work.
Leading Dntggists Keep Them.
TELEPHONE .1180. FOTTIE & SONS HONOLULU
. STILL THEY COME!
All the latest
LAYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 NUUANU STREET
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, POHA AND GUAVA
JELLY NOW OH HAND.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
in nn automobile is just the thine:.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and nsh
C. H. BEHN
J I ARIiT&A Has Moved to
. LAilSJy OREGON BLOCK,
w am o hi a hi ma- w
,..., TfT ',
Sores of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure 'of Kanker,
Thrush,' and Foul Feet.
Sprains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
don Lameness. This oil docs not
blister, and can be used while the
and all Cheap!!
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEI
They Have Arrived
Come and see both the touring car
ana mc roadster.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Bulletin Busines Office p hone 250.
Bulletin Editorial l'.com Phone 185.
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JEWELS AND SAINTS
Will Give Boat Party
And Danoe For Ball
The visiting baseball teams will bo
entcitnlned tomorrow night In nn
original nnd thoroughly striking-man
ncr by the Diamond 1 tends! nntl tlio
'St. Louis' Alumni. A boat rldo nrouml
the harbor nnd n dunce at the Myrtle.
Ilont Club house will bo the order of
The Jewels nnd the Saints usually
distinguish themselves as entertain
crs -stunts they have held hnvo not
yet grown dim In the memory of Ho
nolulu snorts but this Is to be quo
of the. moat elaborate affairs which
they have ever held. Ilurylng tho
bntehall hatchet, the Santa Claras,
the Kclo men, the Diamonds, nnd
their cnstwhlle deadly rivals, tho
H.ilntx, will take row-boats, nnd trav
el about tho harbor by moonlight,
with mnsle and good-fellowship, visit
ing Die various battleships which will
then bo In the harbor.
When this Is done, they will ad
journ to tho Myrtlo boat-houso and
close tho evening with iluuclng and
an ull-iouml good time.
TONIGHT AT BIG
There arc three pulls on at tho
Hawaiian Midway this evening, be
tween tho following tug-of-war
teams: 1 Inclines against tho Pool.is;
Ilonolulus vs. tho O. 11. & 1,. team,
and the Aloha-Amcrlcana against the
. Tho I'onlns arc tho waterfront
boys, tho sturily stevedores, nnd they
have It all doped out to show thn
lluclmcs that they cannot this time
pull a llttlo bit.
Never has such a combination nt
wttlng attractions been offered thn
sporting enthusiasts and pleasure
loving theater-goers of this city. It
Is a lit entertainment for tho cvo ot
the arrival of the Fleet, and n good
demonstration of what will be on
hand for tho amusement of tho thou
sands of men ot tho Amctlean Ar
mada due here tomorrow morning.
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CENTRAL A. C. TOMORROW
Tommrow evening, things open up
at tho new outdoor nrcna ot the Cen
tral Athletic Club, nn Hotel Btreet,
with n classy catd of four C-round
Among tho scrappers are a number
who nro well known. J'oolo wns In
the ring recently with Murphy nt
Fort Shatter; Young Hclno nppcared
with Cabral nt Independence Hall;
Jack McFadden, tho lightweight pre
mier, needs no Introduction; and
Sailor Morch Is another well-known
old-timer. Tho card Is:
Four Hounds I1III Foolo vs. "lted"
Casey; 17u pounds.
Six Hounds Kid Gabriel vs.
Voting Heine; ll'fi pounds.
Six Hounds I'cto Stanley vs. Kid
McCullough; 135 pounds.
Ten Hounds Jack McFadden vs.
GOLF ENTRY-DATE CHANGED
Tho entries for tho Mclncrny Cup
tournament will not closo Sunday
morning lit tho ctub-liousc, as stated
111 tho regular fcchedulc, but will close
Friday noon at 13. O. Hnll & Son
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Hilly Woods and Mlko I'ntton will
start things off nt tho Flshmarkct
Friday evening. In n C-round bout
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July l(i Hull lea for Wnlktkl Re
July 17 Mclncrny golf up entries
close, E p, ni.
July 17-18 Wild West show,
July 17-18 Iloxlng, Independence
Hall, 8 p. in.
July 18 Fleet field meet.
July 18 Hascball, Kama vs. Ko
lo; I'uuahous vs. Santa Clara.
July 19 Hascball, St. Louis vs.
Santa Clara; Diamond Heads vs. Ke
lo. July 19 Yachting, Irwin Cup raco
July 19 Fleet baseball; Hascball,
July 19 Golf, Mclncrny Cup
July 19 Walklkl regatta.
July 21, 22 l'oln tournament.
Aug. 1 Vhlto'So dance, K. of
Aub. 12 l'uuneno tenuis cup play.
HAWAII MOD ONE
Writes Re Yacht Race;
A private letter to C. W; Macfar-
lauo from Captain Sinclair, owner of
tho yacht l.urllnc, contains somo
Items of Interest In connection with
tho Trans-Paclflc Yacht ltaco now. In
Captain Sinclair took about ten
tons of ballast out of the I.urllne, In
order to lighten the yacht nnd take
advantage of the handicap, lessening
tho displacement of the racing ma
chine. In speaking of tho Hawaii, ho
thinks she is a dangerous boat ns a
competitor, nnd ought to make a good
'In case tho Hawaii wins," ho
says, "I shall know I havo been In n
yacht race. May tho best yacht
Captain Macfarlano's prophecy Is
to look for tho I.urllne between 10
and 11 days out, with tho Lady Maud
hecond, tho Hawaii third, and the
Gwendolyn H last.
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FOUR NIGHTS' FISTIC
FUN FOR FIGHT FANS
Four nights of good boxing enter
tainment Is now In prospect, ns Jack
Scully, tho popular promoter, has an
nounced Friday, Saturday, Monday,
and Tuesday as the days on which he
will hold bouts nt Independence Hall,
on South King street. Ho Is now ne
gotiating with some of tho local box-
el s, and will havo a ilrnwinc crowd
when the time comes. Ho has tho
big men of tho Fleet signed, through
Lieutenant Weaver, and .has enough
material to Keep tho game Golrtg for
Most valuable among tho men who
nro In tho local ring Is Young Xcl
son, tho man who has gono down bo
fore but ono of tho locals nnd that
when ho gavo away weight. It will
bo recalled thatho went ten rounds
to a draw hero recently with tho
rnngey Rnffcrty ot tho Alabama,
though tho latter man claimed the
lightweight championship among Un
do Sam's Jack-tars.
Whether Jack will havo Nelson In
the ring Is not' announced.
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I.eahl Girl nnd Sunriso will run a
match race, quarter mile, lit Kaplo
lanl Park Saturday afternoon.
The yacht races for tho Irwin nnd
Hockley cup3 have been Indefinitely
BRITT IN NEW YOI?K
ON WAY TO GAY PAREE
New Yoik, Juno 27.--JumuH Kdward
Hrltt an I veil hero from San Francisco
jesteiday on his way to Kuiopc. Ho
will stay around Now York for u day
or bo, looking over a fow bhows. and
pugilistic cntertnlnmcutH, and cmbaik
on his first voyago to foreign parts on
tho big German liner Amcrlka. which
halls next Thursday. Jimmy saya ho
If going across primarily for pleasure
and to see tho sights. He will witness
I ho Olympian games In London nnd
after looking over Knglaud and tho
Kmeralil Islo will do gay Fareo. While
J. IMward wilt not admit that ho Is
going abroad In search of bonio of th6
easy money that Tommy Hums has
been gathering ln( thero Is no doubt
that ho will nccept uny flstlo engage
ment that will add to tho Britt bank
account or tho Flllmoro-btreot flats.
I am not going to look for any
it 'matrhcB," said James today, "but, of
Kicniiisc. I won't refus.0 uny good offers
that como my way."
OAHU RAILWAY EXCURSIONS.
IU'RlnuIng tomoirow, Thursdny, July
1C, tho Oahu Hallway Co. will run
special trains between Honolulu mid
Wtililawn leaving horo at 9 o'clock and
icturiilug at noon. Tho trains will go
along tho shores of Pearl Lochs mid
thence to Wnhlawa to tho passenger
will havo an opportunity to sco tho
great plneapplo fields ot'lho Territory.
The tickets will cost only 75 cents.
Hctween Thursday and Sunday thoro
will bo excursion tickets sold betwt-en
Honolulu and nil points, good In cither
direction, at reduced lates.
Tickets for tho Atlantic floet ball
can bo proem od at tho following
plaecs; Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Chambers Drug Co.. Ltd,, Wnll, Nich
ols Co., Ltd., llnnson, Smith & Co..
Ltd., Ueigtrom Musln Co., Ltd., Hoi
lister & Co.. Ltd., M. A. (Iimst 1 Co..
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
CLOSE THIS EVENING
Fewer Men Sign Than
' Expected Track
At 8 o'clock this evening entries for
tho field meet which Is to be held Sat
unlay afternoon nt Hoys' Field close.
Tho number of those signifying their
intention to go In, Is so far small, but
tt Is hoped that a good number will
blgn up at tho last minute.
Kntry blanks nro scctirablo at tho
Y. M. C. A., from Dr. 13. II. Hnnd, of
the committee In chnrgo, all this
week. Tho entries nro open to nny
amateur In the city, and to any of the
men of tho Fleet. Of course, It is not
now possible to determine how many
of these latter will enter when the
ships aro hero, but Lieutenant, Weav
er, who has charge of tho sports with
tli Fleet, has notified tho chairman of
the Ruliconinilttcc on a field meet that
some of tho men will go In.
number of thoso who havo been
training nt tho Hoys' Field for this
event is rather small, and docs not In
tludo nenrly all of tho good men who
are really nvallablc. For Instance,
neither MacKcnzIo nor En Sua has
worked nut, though they are tho fast
est of tho local men In tho spitnt
tnccs. They nro playing baseball, and
tho former, nt least, will be out with
tho KaniB on tho day of tho moot.
In fact, there Is little doubt thai
baseball and theso field sports clash
not n' llttlo Just now, when almost nil
ot tho very talented men aro hitting
tSIII, thero nro somo talented .per
formers who havo been working out
at Hoys' Field. Among theso Is Heck
ert, tho track captain, who is getting
Into great shape for his pet event, tho
half mile run.
Tho ovCnts where tho locals can be
expected to be weak are tho hurdles.
Jumps, and probably the mile, nn time
for tills distance, has always been Blow
The track, as most of the runners
aro glnd to know, Is being gotten Into
good condition. Tho workmen nro
now out, putting on nnv cinders, toll
ing it, nnd evening up tho rough
places. Soft spots will bo ollukiatcd,
and tho hardest places winked up. All
this ought to tend to mnUo bouio fast
records possible. However, the hhapo
of tho track, with wide turns, net
banked, and short stretches, wara
against speed for nny distance In
which ono has to do any ot the sprint
ing on n turn.
At nil 6vents, It la felt that tho Held
meet ought to bo made a success If
possible, considering the nice prizes
up, and tho Interest which Is some
times dslplajed In track sports In this
Tho entries which havo been To
rched up to date by Dr. Hand con
sist ot eight men. Thoso entorcd
are: T. Ah Kim, J. F. Mackenzie. V.
Knmatoplll, O, Jones, T. Knnnc, Ches
ter J. Hunn, K. W. Coffin, Ceo. Kwa
MKo, John D. Cockburn.
The rules governing plays whoro
tho ball gets lost In tho crowd have
been modified. A runner Is now nl-
lowed to tako one base, only beyond
that for which ho was trying.
Kclo fields a better gnmo than
would bo expected. If tho batting
and firing work wcro upto tho samo
standard, things would be doing.
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Games coming next aro; Satur
day, Kams vs. Kclo,.Iunahou vs. San
ta Clara; Sunday, St. Louis vs. Santa
Clara, Diamond Heads vs. Kelo.
Knnkl, of tho Keloa, Is ono'nf tho
classy basc-runncrs ono rends about
In tho dope-sheet. Ho ought to try
for n record 'round the Backs.
n n n
Grlf Kennedy (if Santa Clara Is be
ginning to sustain his rep. as a josh-
cr. Ho has nlready gotten off one or
Quito a crowd occupied tho "crow
row" on thn fenco and In trees nt tho
last week's ball games. ,
Charllo Lyman nnd "Phoney" p.i
vis havo both worked their wings
well to far.
n ti v
Louis Warren is willing to raco
limner against O'Hourko's Hannnlrn.
O'Hourkn wauled I41 malco thn samo
match, using, however, Frolic for hU
end of it.
In White, Pink,
Yce Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
GRASS LINEN, CHINESE
SHIRT WAISTS, PONGEE
and JAPANESE SILK EM
CLOTHS, SILK SHAWLS,
FANS, SILK HAND - EM
CHIEFS, in assorted sizes,
colors, and designs, FINE
FROM $3 TO $7.
Nothing equals a RUBBERSET shaving brush, be
cause the bristles withstand hot and cold water. Thero is
no separating them from the handle, consequently no dis
comfort when lathering the face.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
is making the Best Homemade Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
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's
yours for little money.
Clothing, Shirts, Hats,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
L. B. KERR & CO.,
Blue and Tan
HEADY - MADE SUITS,
$7 UP; STRAW and FELT
HATS, NEGLIGEE and
FULL - DRESS SHIRTS,
HAND - EMBROIDERED
-SILK SHIRTS, BALBRIG
GAN, WOOLEN find LINEN
UNDERWEAR, SOCKS in
assorted colors and dc
SIGNS; NECKEAR and
SHOES, TRUNKS, SUIT
CASES nnd VALISES,
GENTS' and LADIES' PANAMA-HATS.
Assessment No. 8
Delinquent, July 15th, 1000.
'HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
. KAPI0LANI BUILDING.
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