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"Aiabasiine," a Fire Proof Cement
ALABASTINE is not only tiio bst inside continj in the world for
churche:, opera houses, clnb houses, office buildings, and dwellings, but
is med everywhere for factories, cotton mills, army posts, plantation
Imildhiga, hospitals, asylums, etc., Tigcly on account of its fire-proof
properties. ALABASTINE is pcrfco'Iy Arc-proof in its nature, is a ce
ment that can be mixed thii k and us 1 in flllinjr cracks, dnd sets very
hard over night. Is cheaper than a id superior to paint.
Wall Paper vs. Aiabasiine
Think cf having bedrooms covered with layers of moulding flour
paste to fcs.l vermin, with paper to h le them and to absorb the moistutc
of rwuiration, and an animal glue culture ground en its face for disease
Rcrruc: also of rcueating this paperln? without icinoving the old, and a
number of times, at that, as many do. Then think of a room coated with
narc, remanent ALABASTINE, whi.-'i is retintsd with but little trouble
or expense, and is purifying and sweet-smelling. ALABASTINE cements
cncki. shutting out vermin.
ALABASTINE in White and a large assortment of Tints to be had in
5-lb. packages at
E, 0, HULL & SON, LTD-
SA TP f cC3 fi
Unless a Safe doe 3 nil that it is supposed to do, it is
worse than nothing, because jo trust it.
A safe should be absolutely fire- and burglar-proof. The
many severe tests which the
have undergone have proved it abiolutcly S a f c '.
Its makers have b:en improving and testing it for over
THE NAME IS A GUARANTEE.
Thco. H, Bavies & Co,, Ltd.,
Thrush, and Foul Feet.
jSTjlok Boi!rln? Oil 5rn. Strains, Shoulder and Tea-uJ-.cH.ii
iJOURias UH don Larr.encsj. This oil docs not
blister, and can be used while the
horse is in .daily work.
:ding Druggists Keep Them.
JfOrilE & S05S
To Plantation Stores
Honolulu Jam Factory
Owing to larger factory facilities, can.oifcr every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FEESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, 1'OEA AND OUAVA
JELLY l.'OW ON HAND.
rurrmjn.lin'.J' I' l jr. rum v v.-y.1 'V.'JB-";i.uli:.ia''',utr.
They Have Arrived
Come and sejs Loth the touring car
and the roadster,
- Bulletin liusineu Office Phone 230.
Bulk tiki Editorial l;com Pboue IDS,
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Sores of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure of Kanker,
V. C. reacock & Co., Ltd.,
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
in an automobile is jest tho thine.
uuii up aou 3B3 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
Keio and Jewels Play'TRUSTEES DISALLOW
On Sunday nftci noon, the Diamond
llcjilu itml Keio will play their ills- j
i ulcd K.uiio (ilT. Hut at the meeting
of tlio Honolulu League tills noon,!
Kurnamlcz won his point, In Hint tho
lien.onnl percentages of Ills men will
tic allowed to stand, for the disputed
Kiiiue, ns though it hail been allowed
o stand light through.
I'lio tenrrnneemrnt of tlio Bclicilulo,
(umpilMM nnotlior feature of lntor-!
est Tlio Kelo-S.intu Clai.i gaino for
Kim.l.tv li ,IT lint 111 llu ttl.ir-n 11 prvl
l.u.ay event In nubbtltutcd. Tho crack
team f.oni the V. S. S. .Mllwaukco
nriy piny llu- A11-II.imi1Ih, a picked
team of tho leacue.
I '10 Jlllwaiikco men ean c mine. """ "h "' "' 7' ,.,',,. .i,in,ii
The hate two proTessloi.nl pitchers I"-1, villi the pro , t hat the ";
and .. record as ball-plajcs wl.lcl.Ndu " ." .1 .T ,f mT
makes the lornl men tlilnl; that they U Sunday by tho members ot tlm
have tar' led tn-tnr. I winning I'Min In batting and In field-
The picked train la icitnlnly n""K- " "' "' "i""". ' mcv
good one It Is to be ns follows: I -'ro Rood, and It would hurt the
.loy. e; Hampton, p; IVrnanilcz, lb:
Vaiinatta, 2b; llushiiell. 3b; Hums,
Hi 11:11:, If; Im Sue, cf; mid Halt,
Tho Cleveland club has released .Thompson, Petric, Iallc, McConlston, ctfc clu "n . lie evci I nc of July 31
Pl.tt.rr -Mess lo the Uolumb... Club of llert Itowcr. Wnsl.Irawu. and IM.IIe.lSllXhX""
the Amcrlcun Association, lleas han Kernnndcz, bcsldca n Japanese Inter- umrs beford entering lho ring The
..com a member -ut the C.eel.i.id team ,)U.tcr. gIm ()f soo wn ,,, ( Ma 10
ror six yearn, b.it Ho lins been or no T1)CI0 ,D (scussion of the ' agitemeiit. Miirlsch has already wlied
uso for the lust two M-asons. This Is .. ,.,,,. ,.... .. .... m,i.iiiiiin .. .-..n.. n...i 1.1. .,....,
the pitcher McCiedle waul d. Ho an I,wl,PP w,lUh ,C" ' "l,l lwnlL T "' i, 'ui, im 1 mp Phi L lL ,tZ
1U io.t Q aul liuicid. btalemeni of Keio was heard, to tho w. h '" mo Chicago for thla
W U .: effect that thej Knew that they had 1 ,,' n, , .
. , , , , 1 1 . . 1 I when In Chicago O Connor ills-
Jllko Dunlin cotillnucs to lead tho teehnlcnl leg on which to BtnmMcllM,clI , tcrnla of n)atch wltn Kor.
National League 111 sticking, uml Mo butjihnt they had been ulshcartencd u,t, WH) H niannglng Kelly, hut nt
Counell, a ju-tt co.ner, U UiiiiiK llio by tho decision, and had failed to that tlmo tho latter didn't euro to come
trick In lho American, though Cobb pny ball after that stago ot tho gaino 'to the Coast to light nnd tried to In-
mle Delehanty are presklng hliuiwll011 t) (inuted play occurred. l'lllco O'Connor to malto tho mnteli for
nnru. liicio aro omy tnieo inuorsi
bluing mor .30') In the. National mid
,.. Il.i I., I.,,. K'ntlm.n! n.,,11
six In lho Amci'icau.
Elbcrfeld wub manager of tho New
York Club about twenty-four hours
when hu hud a run In with Umptio
Ihllk OLouglilin. Hun Johnson pi.impl-
ly biispeuucii nun.
ix :: ::
Columbus has iclcafcd 1!oy llltt mm
MontgomciV has tin canned .Mooho
ST. PKTKnSlltmo, Uussla, July seemed about eonly divided. There
23. The American lacing car has f.c. atan error or .111 aliened error
HKltMN, (Jcrmany, July 23. Tho
Ocrinan car Is duo to arrive here to-
FIGHT IS OFF
KLY, Nov., July 23. Tho Cans-
Nclbon fight Is oft.
SMOKES ONE MILLION
. . ,
LAKE Cm, la., July -I. With 11
round of nearly 1.000,000 clgarettei
at 11 n inerage ot sixty 11 day, Isaac
ManholT. n peddler of this place. 40
5 cars 0111, nas iiecuie.i 10 1 enounce inn
weed. Tho habit had such a hold on
blin that It was necessary to uwako
at nil limns of tho night nnd roll a
coffin null" before he could bo lulled
in Bleep ngain.
When lad In Kussla ho began the
habit which ho found to haid to
shul.e off. Despite .this fact, ho will
deioto his days to tiylng lo convince
men mid bo3 that they should eeaco
Manhoff wno in lho habit of t-mok-
Ing ten clgiuettca before hicakfast.
ond tho lett of the day a tlgaictto
was out of his mouth only a few mln-
utcs at n time.
l'or a man who has Inhaled
fumes of so many cigarettes, Mnnhoff
Is a btrong man. Ho weighs about
175 pounds and has a massive chest
nnd bauaro build. Tor cigarette pa-
per ho used tho Itusslan rlco papor
and not the rag paper generally used
Mauhrft oitlmates tho coU of his
tj;tliI)Vll(K 111 f ii IV lt
UEAL, ESTATE TP.ANSACTIONa
Entered for Record July 23, 1908,
frcm 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Est of II P Illshop by Trs to HI!o
Sugar Co ,. u
Nahlnii Nalialo fo Ci Aliiing Ik) '....I.
""Fart""""' S1"B n"y l" Ka"lld
J H Wl'iii'acVc'and wf'to'samuVrb'o ",
Entered for Record July 24, 1P08.
from 0 a. in. to 10:30 a. in.
llndlo K Maulo to Wutlulai Uiunv
KI01.1 M. Crov.ell by Tr n Wauua
ualo Sugir Co j.
Hnvn Kvangellcal Assn to Hdlth K.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
m KEIO PROTEST
Blit RGCOmmeild That The
Jewels Play Game
The Tin-dees of tlio
Hnobiill l.i-aguo 111 n meeting llclil
l'l mor.-ilns III the offlco (it U. A.
Thumtnn, turned down tho protest
0f tilc Keio Inisebnll team on tlio
game which they lost to tho Diamond
Heads l.iKt Sunday, but with the
I AiirilillHnlnl lllittl I ll l t till! ?lt1lnlkl rltlla
lent to ..Ins the game over. n.uT"'' ls .lo ''? ,ut "' t,,nr ot U
..".. ... ... i.v .. ,i !....,
jrlioncea or tliese men lo win iropinea
"uereu ir Hie came wcio nitogetner
thrown out. Tho Trustees put nils
up to the League, tho point to bo de
cided nt a meeting held this noon.
At the meeting wcro present McS'
srs. I A. Thiiiston, I'mil Iscnbcrg,
nhllllniTwiirtli. Whltiipv. 1-Vnnk
,..., ... . .....
HlinilMUBH JUIlllC-l UU'U UlUi.
they they had come hero to play ball
for tho I.eague, and, whatovor the
decision made, they wcro willing to
'go ahead and play,
Ileit Dower uinilu hU statement, to
ti10 cifott that ho had not heard any
. tip nt the time It was cluliiied he call
'id a foul tip n btiikc, and that fm-
thls reason, ho was still unuwaio that
he hud been wiong In his dcciblon.
lie hud nsked nicmbcrs of tho teams
1 and spectators as to v.'hether they
had heaid tho foul tip, and cildcnco
In 11 mutter of Judgment on the part
of lho umpire doea not coii3tltuto a
g.ound for a piotest, ho did not sco
' why It should bo allowed.
j TI1010 v.'as homo talking over of tho
! subject, one way and another. The
newspaper iiuebtlon van biought up,
u ,ce thought unfortunate that the
;jupanei - o pupcis hud taken the boy-
icolt btand. Sneal.lnc for tho Keio
team. Wnshlzawa stated that they
had nothing to do with tho news-
paperb, and that they were boiry for
,,, .tt,11i .,1,1,1, h.i i,pnn inknn.
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,n(; ,0 lny laII nmI , ,mluce oll;era
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1 , . Tiui-Kinn mmmwi .1.1
rnllni- tilcelv. K.ivlmr Unit tho Tnii.-
u,eJ RCt nH C0Ult ot ,n3t rc33..t an,,
thrt they should bo goerned rigidly
by haficball rules. In order that they
klunil,1 nnvnr lin nnon In elinrcoa of
,,,, .reference nnd unfairness In
.,. ,,,.,.,.- still, ho tlmimh that
l0 lntorett r 8Iti mui considering
th(J fHCt lat t,JO Jniis famo fc0 jM.
,,, tn ..,,,,. thn . ...... ,,. nlu
Iot nB wu nct,llni,ltca Wtli the niles
n)u, Ulc,r nBnmi.unc0 ns nro people
of thU (0llntrJ.f aml ,;lnt tlloy tllnIc
,Cy ,mvo 1)Ceu KlveI1 u ,,,,.,, ,,,,
tho nii-mond Heads bhuuld .unbent to
pi ly a new g.imo.
If wnu moved nnd r.ai-ripd tl.nt the
tAt ,)0 ,,ll)a0wci,( ilavll)B 0
teclmlclll ,QK whlch to Htnnd.
T,lcn t wnf) nlQVD(, tImt t0 TruBtDC8
f 0 ilnlwhiUl i,.l8l.,)nl, :.eaBU0 rcc.
ommomI to tll0 ninnioml Hea'd A. C.
of .-hn n.moIlll.. i.n.el.all Leinrno tl.nt.
In tho Interest of (,ood sport, and of
,)asobillli ,, nf B0O(, fooK ,cy
.consent to play tho gnmo ngaln which
wno played last Sunday between lhls
te'im and tho Kelni, at some date to
lbo XC(1 'fttor- nml that U bo ,ln,lcr-
jslooil.tliiit tho action of the Trust pos
, was not nffected by tho attitude of
the Jiipaneso"' nowspapois, nor any
I1P'"r0 tl10 "10tlun WnS I,Ut Fei"
,lall,,cz was ns!(ei1 "bni,t lf' "ml wlJ
'hat ho was wllllns for tho game to
be played ngnln, In case tlio Individ
ual pciccntages of his mon bo allowed
In stand. This was tnkon up by
Pctrlo nnd Fnlk, nnd advocated
strongly. Hy motion It wu3 lofcrrcd
to tho other teams of tho League, all
of which nio affected by it. and "':"
. ilin mliilnnl n.nllnn wna ....ssnil.
' llefnro the meeting adjourned,
Fernandez Mated positively that ho
Race To Hilo
Next Tuesday, tlio TratiB-Pnclric
yachts, together with home of tlio
local bunts, will lace to Ullo, giving
(lie Hawaii another opnoi tmilty to
lcdecm herself, ami show licr mettle
um n rup-wlnncr, Tlio l.urllne, Owen
Itonoiuiu !!olyn It, and I.ndy Maud will, of
course, lie In It, and tlio Kainehaineha
n...l 1I...I lit ...... ...1.11- It I.. I.....
cl, t)lnt lll(J ,-a .a)u,nil mul l!lu jiclciio
iuiiii wi.iuja will i.iiu, wjlliu It IB imgr
cun ,e gotten Into shape to nail in
this raee nlso by the time the Btnit-
"K d'n Is llred, lit 10 o'clock Too
The Hawaii, prldo of local yncht-
cooper lor mo race
Soronson & Lylo lmvo placed their
I.,, ivyimi Bnd lho ,, rnllwiiy nt
',1,e Jlsl,osi" of "10 'cross-oeenn rac-
KETCKEL MB i
MJB li KEILV
Tho July card will ho Hugo Kelly b.
Utnuley Ketchel for tli mlddlewelsht
rhnnmllinRlitn ttlln. .Inn (Vflnnnnp in.
jeenlly nlllxed his natiio to a contract
'agleelliK to ullow Ketchel to hox Kelly
'1 U'l.n It nmnild )nfir; tn ttnnlfln A l
j waukce. Howeer. when tbev saw
. .. ., . ,.....-.---"'."..
, J- --" .w-aukee ' tho offer o"?
,,..,. MarIsch Iookci, nrot,.. ,,,.,, ,
them r.iul they wlied an acceptance of
tho terms offered. Ab O'Connor and
1-VrrctlI went over tho details very
cui.'fully In tho Windy City theio w.ih
nothing left for llieiu to do but to af
fix their blgnntiires to a regular set of
articles upon the arrtal of the two
This is an excellent card, us Kelly
is one of tlio classiest boxers In his
chiBs and hut for a broken hand, there
Is every icnson to bollevo that ho
would have defeated Hill l'apko In
their last battle. It Is said hu fought
blx of I lit' ten 1 (Hindis will-, an lujiticil
hand and that ho more than held his
own with tho Illinois Thunderbolt. Ho
Is a fast, clover fellow and Is tho right
sort of a fighter to bring out all that
Is good In Ketchol, who loves to bom
In mid fight from the Initial lap of
IDE (Elf FM
An) one can laugh and holler when tho
homo tcum's In the loud
And the ucora Is all lop sided and op
ponents "off their feed;"
nut commend mo to tho fellow who
can sintlo and still stay sweet
When tho visitors aro winners and tho
Wo contract a tired feellns when v.'o
hear 11 noisy ' fan"
Knock lho homo team whon It loses
like premium hammerman
'Stead of cheering up tho locals with
And boniting llko tlio mischief till tho
Oh, It's easy to bo cheoiful when tho
homo team Is ahead
And tho kiilsomlnu In plenty 011 tho
VlEltlll-3 U tprciti
And It's easy for our facos to oxpinil
In Joyful grins
When we've got tho foemnn going and
Ami tho men wo !oo tho groatost la
tho man who siulleu ami smiles
When tho visitors aro hitting our homo
pitcher miles and miles.
Ho ls always optimistic and it does us
gcod to meet '
With tlio man who keeps on booEtlng
7 .' 1 ". ' , Heat!
Say, you fellows In thn grand stand,
and ou on lho hloacheis, ett
titou your knocking! llo to boosting!
Help to pull tho homo toam
Always he a cheerful loser knocklug
bears most bitter fruit
Though tho goose eggs como n plenty,
M H St M 11 ll 11 tl 11 it
I H W H W H H H W I. B H H H H
lwoul11 lla' 1,uW Amo ln easa "ll3
l1""'03''1'" '" I"'o' 'o percent.
uges of his men bo nllowed tu stand.
Newest Styles, in Plain White,
Checks, and Colored Stripes
Prices, 2.50 and $2.75 ca.
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
GBASS LINEN, CHINESE
fjIIIRT WAISTS, PONGEE
nr.il JAPANESE SJXK EM
CLOTHS, SILK SHAWLS,
HAND - EMBROIDERED
FAN8. SILK HAND - EK
CHIEFS, .in assorted cizes,
colon, and desifms, FINE
FROM $3 TO $7.
Vn? VJB ai"VtP"'
We have what you want. T00TK BRUSHES, TOOTH
POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS, SAFETY RAZORS. Tho larg
est and most complete stock in the city, - .
The American Brug Store
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
19 making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 187.
The Rosenberg Clothing
leads all others in quantity and quclity of goods sold
during this sale. We have some more of the stock nnd it's
yours for little money.
Clothing, Shirts, Hats,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
L. B. KERR & CO., .
HEADY MADE SUITS,
$7 UP; STRAW and FELT
HATS, NEGLIGEE and
FULL - DREES SHIRTS,
SILK SHIRTS, BALBEIG
. GAN, WOOLEN and LINEN
UNDERWEAR, SOCKS in
atsortc.l colon and de
SIGNS; NECKEAR and
SHOES, TRUNKS, SUIT
CASES and VALISES,
GENTS' and LADIES' PAN
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' Kaniolaui Building, Alakea nr. K'.nrj.