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F.VENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TlinSDAY," MARCH 6, 1&G9.
GOOD AS THE DEBT AND BETTER THAN THE REST:
A new lot of these Well-known mowers just at hand,
nnd they are in time for you to attend to the gnus that
will be growing ao fast on your lawns' after the fine rains
wc have had.
We hove tho rest of the tools that go with Mowers,
snch as Hedge Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Fruncrs, and All
Sorts of Garden Toolt. By the way, have you tried a lit
tle of our FORCEGROWTH on your lawns and in your gar
E. 0. Hail & Son, Ltd.
Great Reduction Sale
Veterinary Surgeon Pottie has
taken an office at the corner of
Hotel and Union streets, where he
can be consulted on all matters
relating to stock and where the
well-known Pottie remedies can
be obtained. Tel. 361.
Return of the "little Big Favorites" The
Opera House week commencing March 8th:
"The Belle of New York," Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday;
"Florodora,1 Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights and
Popular prices, 25c, 50c, and 75o; Matinees: Children,
'25c; adults, 50c. Seats at Bergstrom's,
Call and See the New 30-H.F.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
FINE DRIVING AND SADDLE
HORSES FOR HIRE OR SALE.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Busy Fiancee: The Unsuccess
ful Flirt; The Female Bluebeard; A
Romance in a Gipsy Camp ; A Light
house Keeper: Checker Fiend: The
Candidate; Entemrising FJorist;
Soon Be In
Owing to the truck being In bud'.
order the motorcyclists did not try
for records at Kaplolanl Park last
Bundny Quite a number of people
took the trip out to the beautiful
pnrlc In the hope of Bcctng some
Rpccdy work, but there was nothing'
riding In the cycle line.
Next Sunday being Mnrnthon day
most of the motormen will take a
inn out to Ilnlelwn, nnd there will
be at least one race out and back.
Derrick feels confident that when the
Kaplolanl course Is fixed' up some
very good, fast rides will be made by
the local men. Ho himself will go
after nil the. records from one nille
upward, nnd hopes to place some new
figures on the list that will tnlte some
going to beat.
Merger is fixing up a mnchlno lli.it
ho reckons will make all the others
look like go-carts as compared to his.
He, too. Is confident of being able to
make some of tho present, records
look mighty cheap. If given fair
weather nnd n decent track, Hono
lulu people will be treated to home
fine motorcycling In the near future
:: n it
Tho tickets for tho Haleiwa special
ii ro going off well, and anyone who Is
thlnkug of takng that train had belter
get n move on v;lklwlkl nnd drop in
nnd mo Mr. Vlcrn nt Wall. Nlcholu
Co. Tho prlcu of n ticket If only S1.G0
Just think of It, six bits each way,
and then a duo crowd of fellowa who
will accompany jou.
Tho raco will bo n great event, nud
u largo crowd of tiports will vlst Halo
Inn to nee the finish of the contest. A
circular has been sont out to most, of
tho business houses In town Inviting
them to donate a prize. No doubt
thuru will be a generous response to
llijs itppcul, and the fortunate! winners
oMhe places lu-thuace-wHHio-waU
rewarded for, their efforts overitho ?
mlleB of country roads. .
Automobile owners who would lkol
I, MV 7VMl-"vu ' WIIIHIHUI-
cnto with one, qf .the.dnlly papers, Mwj.
agjr (jooiiale 'of Wualua has promised
to look nfter his section or,..in'.rond,
mid will help all he can' In (liu plotter.
Tho rnco starts at 7:30 o. nt, Sunday,
nntf n big. crowd, will. sure' lie on-hand
to cheer their rcspccjlve favorites 'on
to victory. ,j
Frank Mokeat of Muyfleld. Mich.,
teturnlng home late last night ills
covered a burglar In a local store.
Frederick Palmer Bays President
Diaz, In love for powor, does not pro
vide for needs beyond Ills lifetime.
Tho fights put.'up Tiy tronmon Mc
Collough, Sharkey, "Kid" Terry nnd
Corporal Hlrd, pleased tlio, promoters
bo much on Saturday iilqlii that tho
lame two couples of borers hae been
engaged to ngaln provide Oio,je)m
Inarles on the, night of tM Sullivan
Joe Cohen knows, a good scrap when
he sees It, and the fights put up by
these men were' the best Been In Hono
lulu for n long time. riotl ere four
round nffalrs nnd'hoth ended In draws.
On Saturday nex the go between Mc
Collough and Sharkey will ho for
eight rounds, rnd should provjrie
enough excitement In stir eon n man
with liver trouble up, nnd make him
cheerful. Shtfrkoy Is clever enough
and has a wallop In either hand, but
Iron Mac can s'onri any amount of
punishment nnd Ik as hard as nails.
Ills condition is' superb and there Is no
doubt thai ho sail stay the eight
rounds barring u knockout with
Tho other pair, "Kid Terry an.l
Hlrd, thntild repeat their performance
of Saturday last, when they also Urtw
oven. Hlrd Is a clever boxer and
knows a good deal about the gamu;
still tlto'"Kld" Is ImproNlug a lot and
has tho advantagn of Jack McKaddcn's
Polo Ponies Are
Tlie polo ponies out I.elleliua way
arc taking to the gamo rapidly, from
nil accounts. ' Some of them arc
much smarter than the rent, and
these cleyer ones are much Bought
nfter by the -players, ,
Polo Is on the boom now both at
the Camp and on Maul, "where there
Is a great brightening up of bits and
Irons nnd a general overhauling of
gear nnd ponies, In anticipation of
the campaign starting, Kauai Is
still to be heard -from,-hut no, doubt
the Garden" Inland polo men are
thinking u lot nnd saying little Just
at, present. Tli'cy .Ijavo coiie up to
the scratch .In the" past, nnd won't
fall when the Inter-Inland games get
The olflcers nt I.elleliua are experts
at the gnme from nil accounts nnd
will take a Jot of beallpg once they
have broken1 their ponies properly to
tho sport'. It Is to be. Imped that a
start will be made Very toon, ns polo
is a sport worth going miles to see.
up ut tlio Orpheum. It Is determined
to put up tins right of his- lite against
Sulllvnn an Saturday- night next. Pet
erson Is u strong fighter, as anyone
who watched the other go between tho
two knows. Peterson wants to show
uic iionoiuiii puuiic mat lie nail no
It Is a plly thaUhe go between Sllvu neeU , fou, Sllvau ,, m lmd
id Nelson has been called ojf. for'lt' hot Mich an act would hnvo bo'en
u up-1 against his best Interests, considering
would have been a, great fight'
pears that the Punchbowl demon ha. ha (Peterson) can beat Sullivan
thought his services lu thu rliig'were.i,,.- i,i iimn
worth much more than Joo Cohen Sullivan Is JusL as confident that he
had agreed to glvo him. Sllva wanted, can hand 'Peterson the .t,....,i.,.r
draught with bis )flin(ly leftdiand, and
FOR ?ONE WEEK
BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH Cth
25 TO SO1 REDUCTION ON ALL SHIRTS
JO MAKE ROOM TOR NEW GOODS.
A larre line of NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS,
and DRAWERS, at 35 EACH; goods worth 50 cents to
75 cents. These goods are all new and clean.
Yee Chan & Co-,
CORNER KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
a raise but there was nothing doing
Nelson Is anxious for a light with
anyone about his. pwn weight. At
present the Dane is carrying around a
black eyo which Mr. Peterson handed
htm lavt wock during a friendly spar
at the Orpheum.
Dick Sullivan Is hard at work out at
Fort Shatter and has plenty of sparf
rng partners to'keop h(m going. Her
itilos has- once mdro torn Tilniaelf
away from tho dnughbln uud Is think
ing, .of tight "onqe more, Hut now he
'Weprs armjur" over hli-boPer, and can
Jake Sullivan's hardwt punches1 In
that region with a snille. bid Herby
Is n trier sure nud lakes a great Inter
put In all kinds of sport.
I Henley, tho lad whom Nelson defeat
ed," Is feeling well again and' Is a good
man lu ha own class. It was a mis
'take to put him up against such a
much larger man as Kelson Is. Hen
ley should do well Against someone
atout his own weight.
fleorge Peterson Is getting very fit
By Hoar or Trip.
G. C. Beckley, Jr.
this being tlm'fuollnx of the two men,
no doubt a fierce right will take place.
Thoro should bj; atrenteiidoim crowd
present, and 'f h rooting will probably
be something worth llstonlng to.
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Plans f(jr a. national league of Jus
tice launched by Itev. W. M. Hader ut
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by .tfalnuuipln't-frpin'olirt Iti.Ecuu
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Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20a
.Pau Ka Hana
' THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
FORT ST. opp C0NVEN1-.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONGS
Admission 10c and 15c
T OFFICE SUPPLIES.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
031 FORT ST.
M. A. Gunst Sc Go.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
4 dry -cleaning process.
157 Bcretania St Phone 1491.
,,,,TrHIS mkii.fias no use forii
. tj shoes.' Hej is tied up to a
i ... stiff proposition that" is
' oooupying all his attention.
But for the one with both feet
on the ground -we have some good
D0NT THROW AWAY A PAIR OF SHOES BECAUSE THE SOLES ARE WORN
THROUGH, OR THE SEAMS RIPPED IN THE UPPER8. -
Bring them to us; our expert machine" fion will mend them in a jiffy so they will
look and wear like new shoes.
Hen's soles and heels, ? 1.25 j Women's soles and heels, $1.00; Women's Fine Hand-Turned
t soles and wheels, $1.50; Men's rubber heels, 63c Women's rubber heels, 50c.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
LAST WEEK OF OUR
Big Mark -Down Sale
LADIES CORSET COVERS, $1.25!. Now 75c n Pair
LADIES CORSET COVERS, 51.00 Now COc a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 75o Now 40c a pair
LADIES CORSET COVERS, 40c Now 25c a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 25c Now 15c a pair
LADIES' VESTS, lOo Now 5o
WHITE COTTON. lOo a jd 13 jards for $1.00
NEW FLANNELLETTE 10 yards for OOo
DRESS BATISTE. lOo a yd Now 5c a yard
LACE CURTAINS. 75c a pr Now 40c a pair
LACE CURTAINs, $1 a pair Now COc a pair
r A Large Assortment of LACE, RIBBONS, ETC., marked
NUU ANU STREET.
Krauklo Smith will probably leao
on thu Slbeila today for tho coast.
Smith hau tnado many friends In Ho
nolulu and Is a decent boy. When one
compares pieiunt day boxers with old
timers at the mitt game, n great differ
vncu Ih at unce noticed. Thu caull
(lower ear, the flat nose and brutal gen
eral expression nru, iiow-n-ilayif, not
present, lu file old duys a lighter wus
almost an outcist, mid In most vases
ho deserved the title. Things hnn
much Improved of Into years, and It is
men like Chnrllo lU'llly and Krnuklo
Smith who tend to elevalo the game.
It Is u pity that Smith Is Minn lug
Hcllly to thu mainland, as probably
soinu kind of a scrap would havu been
fixed up for him lu thu near fiitmo.
Still wo will seo both the lightweights
back within six iiioiiIIih, perhaps lie
foro tl.reu moons havu ptibfcd.
C i:. IMiiimidH, thu local golf plaid',
had u few games whilst In Vunuimcr
Captain Combo of thu Hubtoier doet
imlto a lot lu the golf line, and took
Kdmuuds up to thu links. Tho Van
couver players ure very good, uccoid
Ing 4ii Kduiuuds, uud tho local man
had hard work ta hold his own
Thu cubtushlp boys ui'O almiys talk
ing of Honolulu and Wulkikl, and most
of them wii.li they wero pack In Tarn
dlso onco more. The boys spend mot.t
pt their tluiu fishing, nu.l liatu bouie
great sort with the finny ones, Thu)
null attended thu football mutch be
tween the Wallabies, and tho Vancouv
er players, uud uetu enthusiastic bar-
nickers for the marsupials, The guuiii
was a very open one, uud the skill of
tho Australians wus wonderful fiom
all accounts. Thu gamu was not bo
onesided us thu scores would lead ouu
to expect, and thu Canucks plujed up
well. IMimindtt is glud to bu back
whuru tho trade winds blow, and the
'liquid biiushliiu" Is now und again lu
Tho annual meeting ut the Ilcretatila
Ten nl 11 Club will lu held on March 17.
St. rollick's Day The Club Is in a
nourishing condition, iiulte n lot of
r.cw members IuWik Joined during
thu past year. Sumo new buuincai
will come ii)i nt the meeting, and pro
ceedlngu In connection with u toiirnn
ment stnrtcd. n
There will probably be a mcii'h dou
ble luindlcap iilajeil orf, and tliero Is
bomti talk of niTxed doulili'si being nlau
Many of tho pin) cm nro getting luff)
form and koiiio good tennis will ho
seen. The com Is nro lu line condition
and tlio coming mmmiii should bo u
ery nctlvo one. 801110 of tho younger
phi) era nro coming iiloug in lino st)lo
and there nro at least two embryo
Itnths in nctho training.
Bulletin Business Office Plioii" 250.
Bulletin Edttnri'l Boom Phone 185.
DICK, OF HONOLULU
OE0RGE, OF SAN FRANCISCO
15 ROUNDS BOXING CONTEST
For the Middleweight Championship
of the Hawaiian Islands
SATURDAY EVENING. MAR. 13, '09
YOUNG SHARKEY of Honolulu vs.
SOLDIER McCOLLOUGH of Fort
Shafter EIGHT ROUNDS.
KID TERRY, U. S. S. Iroquois, vs.
tuwr. muu, 01 iort Shatter
TICKETS on sale at Fitrpatrick's
Ci'car Store, Fort and Hotel Streets.
Prices Stage Seats, $2.50"; Reserved
Seats. $2, $1.50, $1; General Admis
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