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EVENING DOLLKTIM, IIOXOLULTJ, T. If,. TlfunshXr, MAIt. U, 1005.
GOOD AS THE BEST AND BETTER THAN THE BEST?
A new lot of theje well-known mowers just at hand,
mid they ore In time for you to attend to the crass that
will be crowing so fast on your lawns after the fine rains
we have had.
We have the rest of the tools that ro with Mowers,
such as Hedge Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Pruncra, and AU
Sorts of Garden Toole. By the way, have you tried n lit
tle of our FORCEGROWTH on your lawns and in your gar
dens! E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
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. 36I.
Return of the "Little Big Favorites" The
"Florodora,' Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, and
Saturday matinee. "The Gaiety Girl," Monda". Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Wednesday matinee ;f or the week commeno
ing March ISth.
Popular prices, 25c, 50c, and 75o; Matinees: Children,
25o; adults, 50c. Seats at Bcrgstrom's.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
Kissel Car .
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
' DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Merchant St. Phone 388.
POULTRY FOR SALE
Fine Lot of Different Breeds; also
FicjIi 13, from 1 Doz. up.
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your (Jrocer's.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
J 031 FORT ST.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring, j
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each. week.
Monday and Thursday
Don't fail to see NAPLES AND
THE ERUPTION OF MT. VESU
VIUS, and "Other Late and Up-To-Date
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays nnd
ADMISSION 10c. and 20c.
EORT ST. opp C0NVEN1'.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONGS
Admission lOo and 15c
5. CENT CJGAR
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by th
with their new FRENCH
157 Berctanla St. Phone 1491.
i:erjthltiK In collection with tho
Mnrntlion rnco to Hnlelwu Is fixed up,
A committee meeting wits held last
night nt which the tunny details wcro
arranged. Tho tub committee on re'
freshmont stations turned In their re
port showing that thero will bo nvo
places where tired and thirsty peds
can asstiago their pangs. The first stu
lion will he nt Honolulu Sugar; Co.'s
A time limit of seven hours has been
Ml for tho running rnco and all com
petitors not finishing within that time
will be out of the race, three hours
was fixed for the blcyclo raco nnd ns
the distance Is only 28 miles, nil the
cyclists should easily finish wllhln the
Tile distribution of prizes was left
to a commltteo of three. Theso ofll
clals will decide how tho prizes are
to he distributed amongst tho runners.
It wns decided to publish the following
list of K)sslblo auto ownert- who may
assist tho runners on tho day of the
race: Hon. Oeo. H. Carter. J. II. Halt,
I'ntil Isenberg, Alexander Young. As
soclaled Oarage von Hnnim-Young
Co., K. D. Tenney, Frank Hustaro, 8r.,
J. A. Kennedy and C. W C. Decrlng
Tho special train report wns adopt
oil, nnd a voto of thanks oled to the
local BportBiuen who made tho project
Mr. Donlno will be out at Halelwn
with his machine, and will tako mov
ing pictures of tho finish of tho race,
Tho Hawaiian band will play at Aalu
l'ark beforo the Btart of tho event,
and tho Wnlalua aggregation of musi
cians will cheer both BKctitors and
contestants up at Halelwn.
Sergeant Marlow of the Cavalry can
tonment nt Lellehua is handling the
Judging proposition out his way, and
will have troopers stationed ulong
tho road on both sides of the camp to
direct 'tho runners.
T. A. Ilonuu Iiob scratched for the
rnco owing to an accident. Ills opin
ion Is that tho raco will be run in less
than threo hours- ho iflay be right,
but four hours will probably bo near
or tho mark.
Tho following directions for contest
ants wcro approved:
All contestants shall report-at tho
O. It. & U depot at 7 o'clock. They
will stato their names and receive u
number printed on cloth to be pinned
on their breastB, They wjll also 're
ceive snfoty pins for tho pinning. At
tho same tlmo thoy will turn In their
suit cases containing their ordinary
clothes. Each suit case will have a
number corresponding to that worn by
tho owner, pasted on It. The suit
cases will bo put on tho special train
and will bo takon to tho contestants'
quarters. nt Halelwn.
The bicycle raco will start at half
past seven and tho runners will start
fle minutes later. A. K. Vlerra and
J. N. Dcnshnm will act ab marshals
and Major Kern will start both races
Will I'rcstldgu will act us usslstan.'
Return transportation will be pro
vided for tho bicycle riders but not foi
tholr machines, as there will be no
baggage cur on ihu special train. Ill-
cycles can be sent hack to Honolulu
on tho teguW 3:15 trajji foi u charge
of twenty-live cents.
Tho special train will leue Hono
lulu at 9 o'clock, nnd will return from
Halelwn at 4:30.
Tho prlco of tho tickets for tho spo
clnl train Is H.G0. they are obtainable
from A. K. Vlerra ut Wall, Nichols"
King street Btoro.
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The Sort of Dirt
Whin nu alleged sporting writer
goes obi ot his way to deliberately In
sult u whole nntlnn of sportsmen, it IS
tlmo fur someone to tuke up the cud
gels. When tho writer of the offend
ing uitlcle is himself or the same blood
ns the people he maligns, tho act Ik
In u city like Honolulu where almost
hoi j" nationality under the sun Is rep
lebeiittil, and whero for years wo
Ainei leans, Kngllch, Scotch, Welsh nnd
lilsh have lived side by side In the
most friendly manner, it 111 becomes
u now arilval In tho couijtry to cast a
slur on ono of tho races.
The oftensu Is further ugginvulcd by
tho fact that tho injiiied panics nio
IbIIoib. Common courtesy should
have made tho offending journal re
frain from its dirty remarks. Com
moil decency might have prompted
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Secretaries or other author
Ized representatives ot dubs
are asked to send la a list ot
events, scheduled by thorn, that
they may be Included In the
program. Address nil commu-
nlcatlons to lUt ttpbrtlng Edl-
tor, Kvenlns D u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Mar. 13: Sullivan vs. Peter-
Mnr. 14: Halelwn Ttace.
Mar. 21! Medal.
Mar. 20: All School-.
Mar. 20: Aula A. C.
It to try and act tho gentleman, ccn
If reporter being un KiiKlisliniuu
himself did not deter him from Insult
Ing men of his own blood. Thank
goodness that In the past. Hawaii has
becii a free country for men of any
nationality to suttle In, and u place
whero tho matti-r of whore n man
hailed from made no difference In tin
wny he wns treated, as long ns ho wat
a decent member of society.
Letters, telephone messages, and
personal calls have flooded this
scrlbo's office not all, from Kiigljsh
men either and all unite In callln'g
tho article on tho sports pago of tho
'Tlser a foul libel. It Is up lo Hie wiu
er of that mean desplclhte article In
Good Fights On
The I'eterson-SulJtxanAsUUfjir the
middleweight championship of tho
Hawaiian Islunds, which will be'pull
ed oft on Saturday night at the
Orpheum Theater, Is attracting a lot
of attention. .
On the last occaslonVof these two
ccrappers meeting, Sullivan waa.
awarded the decision on 'a -fpul. Tlie
alleged foul was unintentional', and
uum men ure very anxious lo g
together once moro and' pro'vo ono
way or the other who Is the better
man. The two boxers have been In
active training for some weeks, and
have now eased up in their work, as
they feel thoroughly wound up for
The fight Is going to be a fierce
ono from tho tap of tho gong, and
ns both men feel confident of victory,
there will be some lovely fnlxups be
fore the referee raises the winner's
hand. There will be u record house
ns tho tickets are going off like hot
cakes. The llrltlsliers now in port
are keen on tho fight fame and will
probably attend In a body.
The two preliminaries, will bo
worth tho prlco of a ticket alone,
without taking into consideration the
big fight. Ironman McCollough and
Young Sharkey will sure put up a
great scrup, and tho other go be
tween "Kid" Terryund Corporal Illrd
should be worth going miles to see.
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Considerable Interest Is being shown
by tho High bchool student In thu iip.
proachlng class meet. Delegates met
.Monday und arranged for the event to
tako place Friday at 2 p. in at tho
Hoys' Kleld. Tho order of events' for
the triangular moot will hi fnllnwi
with tho exception that 120-yard low
hurdloc will bo substituted for thu 2i
Tho contort Is expected to bo keen
between the tluee upper classes, tho
Kreslimen not bnlnir rniii-fitml ninh
chance. Thn Hntihb liftvi. n Aim.!., tl...
best of It, with McCandless, Korton,
uniiiingworih und Sing Huu, nil
cracks In tliulr varldiu w'u'yK McCand
lesri has n slrauglu-hold on the' ma-.
Jorlty of thu field events Sing Huu
can sprint hOiiio, whlio Norton and
Clillllivgwnrth can tako earn-of tim
Ulll Illco, holder of, the island 220
record, Js the hopy of the Juniors. Tho
'09 contingent had ltB,h(ivB urousod
by Kllsha Andrews Joining. Its ranU.
He is an ull-iound man and' has
strengthened tho team remarkably.
Herman Ingalls has made a specialty
of tho 440 and rumors of reniarkablo
time aio afloat. Johnstone, from Ala
meda High School, will leprcsont thu
class In thu dlbtanceu.
Newton V. Tharp, urchltect, exhibit
id ut lecture as Julius Caesar's double.
Itev. W. I McClaskey, sued for di
vorce, Is principal In peculiar affair.
8lx of the wardroom officers of tho
Cambrian j-esterdoy had some fine
tennis out on II. A. Jordan's court.
Some six sets were played during the
afternoon, nnd the naval men show
ed up remarkably well. Padre Sutch
cllffc and Surgeon llourdas are n
lery strong couple, nnd will make
any of the local players sit up und
take notice when they meet them on
the courts next week.
Of course the sailors are out of
form, having had little or no time
since leaving Sydney. Still the
strokes are lnevldcncc, nnd It will
only take a few more sets tp enable
the men to cut out tho tendency lo
hit too strongly nt limes. The Klrst
Mtulenunt Is ulso u strong player
and has a terrific drjvo. The youn
ger players who turned out yester
day uUo showed good form; lloisc,
PInsent, and another are n hnid
bunch to beat.
The court was In good order and
i most enjoyable afternoon was spent
All the odlceiH are keen tennis en
thusiasts, and are looking forward
lo a match or two against the local
It appears that during tho voyage
amongst the South Sea Islands, table
Jennls was tho ruge. All the ward
loom officers have been pin) Ing tho
game, and th'e consequence Is thnt
when they take hold of n tull-slted
tennis racquet they feel very awk
ward at first. Howover, the ping
pong fever soon wonrs off. and the.
naval men are' rapidly getting Into
form fur the outdoor game.
Gay Doings Are
The omcersVf'tlie llrltlsh man-of-war
Cambrian will engage the Hono
lulu Cricket Club'onthe Maklkl field
on Saturday next. Tho iiu.uai.in-..
niiniber some hrst-cluss crlckctenOJL
irjeir ranKs, ami, although -out of
prm(a lot,, will niake tho local play
ers do a hufa'after'thc leathcr'sphero
before the game Is pau.
Padre Sahib Sutchcllffe Is a first
class bat and will give the Honolulu
bowlers something to think about
when he Is at the wickets. Surgeon
llourdas 'is also reported to bo a
great hitter, and may he relied upon
to make something like a century if
he gets his eye In. There nro several
other good cricketers on the wui
ship, Mr. llolse having the reputation
of being a second Spoffoith lu the
fust bowling line.
However, the locals are not worry
ing much thnt can bo noticed. Re
liable Anderson, lllg-Hlttcr Morso,
Consistent Jordan, and a few more of
that Ilk arc feeling good, and aro de.
terriilncd to do or die In tho attempt
to defeat the sailors.
aiven a fine. day, a splendid mutch
should result, and the scene out at
theMaklkl grounds should be an ani
mated one. Tho Hawaiian Hand will
bo out, and somo of the latest music
will delight the naval men. Refresh
ments will be In evidence and u most
enjoyable afternoon's sport seems ub
suredi Tho guide will start ut 3,
p. in., and nil players aro requested
to be on the grduud nt thai time.
" What with tennis und cricket
-matches fixed and football games ho
ing arraugod for.'ihe Cambrian uftl
ters and crow are In for a stieuunus
time, And tiat U not all, either, as
u rowing race) Is also lii th'e a'lr. It
Is to be hoped tjiat the latter event
will be brought off, as It has been
somo time since Honolulu sports have
been a good struggle In ship boats
over a couple of miles of salt water.
The football match may be played
between the naval lads and u team
fiom l.elleliua, and should piove un
exciting gume. Many suggestions
haU been made for various events
which may be brought off during the
Cambrian's stay In port. As soon as
the Flora arrives from China watets
something dellntte In the way of u
combined team will be fixed up.
The two men-of-war should be ablo
to .put fine teams of both footballers
and cricketers In the field. The boys
we all athletes and have all played
tho games from childhood. Now it
Is up to Honolulu sports to get to
gether and get things moving.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Great Reduction Sale
FOR ONE WEEK
BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH 0th
25 TO 50". REDUCTION 0V ALL SHIRTS
TO MAKE ROOM aOR NEW GOODS.
A larpe 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 KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
LAST WEEK OF OUR
Big Mark -Down Sale
LADIES' CORSET COVERS. $1.25 Now 75c a Pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, S1.00 Now GOc n pair
LADHS' CORSET COVERS, 75o Now 40c a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 40c Now 25c n pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 25c Now 15c a pair
LADIES' VESTS. 10s Now 5o
WHITE COTTON. lOo a yd 13 yards for $1.00
NEW FLANNELLETTE 10 yards for OOo
DRESS BATISTE. 10c a yd Now 5o a yard
LACE CURTAINS, 75c a pr. Now 40c a pair
LACE CURTAINs, $1 ft pair Now GOc a pair
A Large Assortment of LACE, RIBBONS, ETC., innrl.Cif
down. i , ... i
' Of Tennis
This ntlcrnoun at 3:30, there will
bo a tennis game at Tenuey's cuuit
between Kliner Da!s nnd Herbeit
Dowsutt, and Will Hoogs nnd Jack
Guard of Punahou. The match Is
merely a frlimlly meet nnd not nu Inter-school
competition, for tho High
School Tennis Club Is merely lu its
Infancy, white thu game has been
long established nt tho college. Still,
some good playing Is expected, iih the
novices aro capable of giving a M'i'y
good account ot themselves.
tt :i st
HORSE AT 500 TO 1
WINS FINE RACE
Was It u hunch that tho rainy sea-
ton Is ubout over that Hindu u few of
the lucky wager on llrlghl Bkleu In
thu last race at Emeryville icccntly?
The day was dark and dreary. II had
rained us un many days before, mi
many that xomu of the racegoers for
get when thu mm did shine, llrlghl
sklc3 have been few und far between,
and llright HMcs, tho U-yeiu-ohl filly,,
u rust-off of Hani Hildieth's stable.'
hud done little as a 'J-j ear-old and
had never started us u 3-yrnr-uld Ho
who could bliime the bookmakers fur
taking libel ties with the jouugster,
es1eclnlly in u field containing such
classy thoioiighbreds us Trols Temps,
Argonaut, nnd Moorish King' And
who hut u "hunch" player could bet
The penrllers chalked up .100 to 1.
-100 to 1, and Kline ot the moie dining
r00 to 1. A fow stiagglllig SI! mid
SI betB wcie- lej'iirdcd, nnd llright
Skies outfooted her Held nil Ihu wu,
winning easily enough. Incidentally.
It was tlie first winner that little
I'rnnk Murphy, the Jockey, had ever
ridden past the Judges
One fortunate bettor who had
plunged $2 on the Iiinghhiit ut CUO
to 1 dropped in a faint when ho saw
tho winning number gu up and It
took several minutes to revive him.
He recovered sulllclently, however, tu
cash his ticket for 11001!. Tho owner
of the filly bet Jl on nor chances nl
100 to I. Others had place nnd hlmw
bets ut good odds.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
DICK, OF HONOLULU
GEORGE, OF SAN FRANCISCO
15 ROUNDS BOXING' CONTEST
For the Middleweight Championship
of the Hawaiian Islands
SATURDAY EVENING. MAR. 13, '00
YOUNG SHARKEY of Honolulu vs.
SOLDIER McCOLLOUGH of Fort
Shafter EIGHT ROUNDS.
KID TERRY, U. S. S, Iroquois, vs.
CORP. BIRD, of Fort Shafter
TICKETS on sale nt Fitspahick's
Cigar Store, Fort and Hotel Streets.
Prices Stae Scats, $2.50; Reserved
Seats, $2. $1.50, $1; General Admis
The Best Whiskey on the Markit,
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