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HVKNINO nULI.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., RATIJUDAV, MAIL IS, tl09.
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A new lot of these well-known mowers just nt hand,
nnd the; nre in time for you to attend to the grass that
will be growing so fast on your lawns after the fino rains
we have had.
We havo the rest of the tools that go with Mowers,
such as Hedge Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Fruners, nnd All
' Sorts of Garden Tools. By the way, have you tried a lit
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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 Bip Favorites" The
"Florodora,' Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights and
Saturday matinee. "The Gaiety Girl," Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, .and Wednesday matinee jfor the week commeno
ing March i6th.
Popular prices, 25c, 50c, and 75o; Matinees: Children,
25c; adults, 50c. Seats at Bergstrom's.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
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Fine Lot of Different Breeds; also
Fresh Ews, from 1 Doz, up.
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Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Don't fail to see NAPLES AND
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Chances Mondays, Wednesdays andJ1""1 "ro ""'"'" now to show Hono
Vridavs I lulu people what thoy can do. "What-
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LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONGS
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EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tht
with their new FRENCH
M7 Rrrr taniat. Phone 1491
Rain May Stop
Unless tlio rain claim on quickly
tho piospeclH nt tho cricket nintch at
Mnltlkl lio.liic nlnved look "vnrv fnlnt.
This Is real linril lurk nnrt enough to
mnko n man tako to soda-water
straight. Kvcrythlng wns fixed tip Una
except tho weather and all tlio
cricketers were looking forward to a
most pleasant afternoon's sport, nnd
then tlio tanks nbovo began to leak and
It looks as If tlio plumber will never
pet in nnd stop tlio puncture. Pos
sibly before this wnll Is printed tin'
rain may stop, but at prcrenl It scenirf
very, ery doubtful.
The Cambrian officers and men worn
looking forward with great Interest to
tlio match nnd It Is too butt that thing
Imvu turned out as they havo. titlll
thero Is no uso kicking, becnusa from
another point of view tho rain In worth
ImndrcdH of thousands or dollars to
tho plantations. Sufficient rnlu has
fallen to nllow of closing down all tho
huge pumping plants, and In addition
to that, thousands of dolluis are saed
by tho far.t that Irrigation has not to
Ihi dono for somo days. So, nfter all,
w li nt Is best for the community Is good
enough for tho siorts, nnd although wo
will mis mir Kama if cricket, wo. In
tho lor.g run, reap tlio benefit of tho
downpour by par Iclpatlng In tho wave
of prosperity which followed good
steady rains. This is not all about
"sports," but what can n man do when
ho Is iobbc.1 of n good storv by tho .
bottom falling out or things?
Hail, Rain, Snow
Tho High School athletes nro d
tei mined to defy tho dementi, and will
carry nut their Inter-class meet, wet
or fine, ns the day may turn out. Tim
moot wns postponed from yesterday
until today, ns tho rain war, too heavy'
altogether during tlio afternoon.
Things do not look too bright for to
day's meet, but tho boys nro going
through with the affair unicr any con
ditions, aivcn oven a semi-decent af
ternoon tlio High School students
should put up a really good after
nvci If It Is raining, n largo crowd
of spectators will probably attend and
cheer their favorites on. Much Inter
est Is being shown In tho various
ovents by tho boys, unit somo keen
nnd close contests tiro expected.
n tt u
There Is n possibility of thn Cum
brian minstrel troup giving a show
at tho Orphciim boforo the ship
leaves Honolulu. Thero uro twenty
II vo star performers in tho company,
nnd nil of their turns are rcporctd
to bo first-class. If tho show Is given
tho cntlro proceeds will be devoted
to somo charitable cause.
Tho troupo gavo a Bho win Auck
land nnd pluycd to n crowded house.
All tho Jokes woro newly hatched
and tho songs woro free from Hint
chestnut flavor which generally
haunts amateur shows. Tho endmon
Introduced somo up-to-date, business
that fairly surprised tho Muorllnnd
crs. Tho troupe has nlso played In
many other ports during their cruluo,
ho Jncklo Ih.ku-h" Is u leading mom
bnr of (ho inlustrel rompany, and Is
alto u clever lightweight in tho fis
tic arena. Isaacs Is ready to go on
with ono of tho local scrappers and
may bo matched before long.
n n u
Like To Play
Tho Mallo soccer football team Is
very anxious to play a lAtch against
tho men of tho Cambrian, This
would bo agroat game, as tho Mailes
are fine soccer players and would
mnke tho Ilrltlshers stir themtelvcs.
The present weather, of course, Is
against any kind of outdoor sport,
but no doubt u match will he ar
ranged In tho near future. Tho sail
ors nro Keen enough on tho game
and the Mailes are now trying to ar
range It so that some of their men
may be able to get off duty during
tlio week and time on tlio sailors.
It would bo an Interesting gamo to .
watch, and n big rrowd will surely I
ll up to see It when II comes off.
. Socrotarlcg or other author-
lied representative of clubs
are naked to send la a Hat ot
events, scheduled by them, that
Uiey may be Included In the
program. Address all commu-
nlcatlons to the Sporting Kdl
tor, Evening llullotln.
Mar. 1?: Sullivan vs. Toter-
O Mar. H: Haleiwa Uacc.
Mar. SI: Med.il.
Mar. 20; All Schools.
Mar. 20: Atfln A. C.
Sporting KdltO", livening II u I
lc 1 1 n : Might I Irospasn on (ho
of ur Villin!lIu ,,,. , ,
, , emphtttralv ,wlllrt 10 re.
,, , ,,; Tlj0rra,-.B MIW of (,,,
Alhcr.l)cr tvnw,ng tho men on the
n i u cimbrtnn
Vho article Is :m" Insult to- thu llrlt-
,,.,, 1(,)Jfct, h(,fl, Mkui,t nl, ,8i
I t.t l.nnn ci,llln1.1v Inrnrm..,! irnivu.
llrilU ifvvll VI w'l !' iniuiiiiiu r)iunn
ly untrue. Onij cannot help plurlug
to shed a tear to think tint tho mm
who writes I ho sporting news rhould
have I lie power to,lnert rnrli an In
sulting article In n paper like thn Ad
vertiser., Tho proof. of the cako U in tho oat
lug, nnd I havo no doubt that tho(mt'n
of thn If. M, 8. Cambrian will pfmo
ns manly anil sportsmanM'tu In their
actions as thry nro In npronranco.
Haleiwa ' Race
Put Ort For
Tho Marathon raca. has been post
loned till Bunilnv, March 21. Tho
roads out Haleiwa way nre simply Im
passible, (lie gulches nro overflowing
nnd It's mud, mud, mud nil tho way
from Kallhl to Ilnlelwn. It was n wlso
move lo put tho raco off for n week, n
It Is .no use asking' men to do a long
HWlmmlng stunt when. It I. n running
raco they havo entered for. Kveryouu
is sorry to sco tho uffalr postponed be
cfiuso a change of dates generally iii
sets things In gcncrnl Many men
who havo arranged to run tomorrow
may bo unablo to compcto on tho 2tst.
Howover, ns the entry llsta-for both
the gj-ns-yoii-ploaso, and tho bicycle
raco havo again been opened, many
now men will enter for the events. In
one way tho postponement Is n lucky
thing. Tho Cambrian men will now
havo a chanco to enter for tho Mara
thon. Tho entries had closed boforo
tho Hrltlsh man-of-war arrived In port
and consequently tho sailors could not
As soon ns tho fact becomes known
that tho entry list Is again open mi
doubt many of tho Jack-tars will go In
for the event. According to thu Bailors
thcru are it few long-dlstanco men on
Iionrd tho ship, nnd Uioy may bo ro
lled upon to havo a try over tho Halo
Iwa road. Most of tho sailors also rldo
bicycles, and. If they can get machines,
a couplo of tho boys will try conclu
blons with tho locjl starsf
Tho special' (rain will ho. avnllabto
tomorrow week, and nil tlcktils aro
good lor thnt day. Anyone who nan
already bought a ticket and finds thnt
ho Is unablo (o'mako tho trip' on tho
dayof tho race, enn havo his monoy
refunded on application to Mr. Vlorrn
.at Wall, Nichols Company. It Js to bo
hoped that , tho, rain' will clear oft dur
ing tho coming week, and that after
all tho postponement may provo a
hlossing In dlBguiso, and It surely wltl
be that, If tho entries nro Increased
by a lot of thu boys from tho Cambrian.
, By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UNG
Tonight Is The
One thing Is sure, and thnt Is that
all tho local sports hao got It all
ovor "Mr. Jtaln" for ono show, any
how. It would take a fire to Inter
fere with tho Orphcum lay-out this
evening, nnd that Is n very remote
When the first two boxers step
Into the ring there won't bo an empty
sent In the house, In fact, many
spectators will be glad lo squccro In
nnd stand up during the entire per
formance. There Is going to be so
much stoush dealt out during tho
evening thnt most of us will go home
and dream of dodging wicked rights
and straight lefts all night.
On Sunday at every popular resort
will bo seen tall men, short men, thin
men, fnt men, hairy men, bald men.
all with n wnd of soda across their
houims llhiNtratlncJiow their favor-
Itn should hnve blocked this blow or
dodged that punch. "Iuok here," ono
will probably remark, 'l says lo Dick
Sullivan, 'Dicky, old boy, hit hlr.i
where ho lives.' And what does Sul
ly do? Why, so help me, hn hits him
on the forehead. Don't Bully know
enough to get wIkr to the fact thai
n man lives In his dinner depart
ment?" And so on the talk goes till
the experts' remarks are contradict
od by come boozy Individual, and a
lough limuc starts.
Hut, Joking aside, this evening's
show will stand for years as the best
ever given In Honolulu. Tho four,
)es four, fights will nil be good ones
nnd will plenan everjone. It Is hard
to say who will win nny ono ot tho
bouts, ns nil tho men seem ovenly
Thn Bulllvnn-I'ctcrsnn go will bo
thn main attraction and should provo
an exciting fight from the word go.
Tho'refcrcn hns not been selected yet,
but n competent man will no donbl
be found. What In thojmattcrwlth
Mike I'atton ngaln acting! tils de
cision nt a, foul In tho flrstrseruii
between these two men was abso
lutely correct. Mlko Is all right as
a rafcrcc, , and would have n very
easy time tonight ns compared with
the provlous occasion ot the men
Paddy Ilyan 'refuses to have nny
thing more to do with tho fighting
game, and more Is tho pity. Hell
bron been- mentioned, but It Is not
known If he will act. Hcllbron is
n good man too, and It Is to be hoped
that either he or Mlko I'atton Is se
lected. Ironman McCollough Is going to
put up ngrcat fight against Sharkey
and although tho latter is the clever
er of tho two,, the soldier's strength
and condition should pull him
through. "Kid" Terry nnd Illrd will
probnbly repeat their performance of
Instwcck, and it Is to bo hoped so, for
it was suro a good scrap.
I'ctcr, the Sailor, and Nelson, the
Marine, will hand out some punches
that will make the audience yell
with delight. This should bo a good
go, for tho Dane Is confident enough
for anything, and peter Is an old
hand at the game.
Taking It all together It will be
n "boshtcr ' show, and ono that ev
ery sport In town should attend.
Tickets nro getting Bcarco, and It
won'tbo much use sauntering up to
thn Orpheum at eight o'clock and
asking for n "flood, neat, plcabo." It
ou do that your naato Is lu-u-d.
I'unahou, represented by Jack
Guard anil Hilly Hooks, defeated tho
High School pair by two sets straight
C-2, 6-3, Tho gamo was played on
Thursday afternoon nnd nlthougli n
llttlo rain fell a good exhibition of
tennis wns glycn. Bomo of tho rallies
woro very good nnd Although tho to-
' tills of twelvo games to five looks bad
on paper, tho sets wore keen strug-
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gles, ninny of the games going to
deuce and vantage i-ovornl I lines.
(Innril has somo fine stroke, nnd
found tho sldc-llues frequently. Ills
forehand drlvo Is sIbo u-ry stiong.
Taking It altogether It was a Hun
match, and It Is to bo hoped that tho
same lour get together soon nnd havo
Most of tho hoys nro gelling Into
form and tho tenuis Is rapidly liu
proving nil around. Somo nt tlio
younger players show reniarlc.iblc
strokes nt times, nnd they only need
a little coaching ns lo length and ol
leylng, to mako them into first-class
players tint Js, for jouths
The finest bird thnt tho art or tho
poultry-breeder hns yet produced was
picked out for special honor by tho
judges nt the great poultry show nt
tho Costal Palace, 1indon.
It was flttfng that tho largest show
over held should contain whut is by
general agreement the llnest bird over
seen, lie la n Huff Orpington cock.
aud has legs of u quality to which no
other bird has yet ottalned. For tho
fancier demands bono in hens ns In
cattle, or other "utility" animals;
nnd n nnvlco could pick out this cock
of Mr. Itlchardson's by tho nstonlsn-
Ing roundness nnd slza ot Ills legs.
The perfect bird was it uniform or
regular color, a broad breast, a, V
shaped contour of thn beak, niiNJlne
feathers. . In nil these thin klJ of
birds excels, and ho weighs homo 1 1
pounds. Hut "thn legs nro tho mar
vel, ' ns ono after another1 of hlsr ad
mirers rcmarlfo( while thoy stirred
him up with tho llttlo "toasting
fork" Instruments which tho special
ists enjry. An Indian (iainu cock w.ib
tb Orpington's only near rival. A
light Ilruhma with Imoniparnblo
feathers and a most symmctrlcnl
blnck collar was Judged tho best pul.
let In thn show.
One of tho wonders of tho show,
generally passed over ticcnuso tho
blrdH wcro not ciituied for lompetl
tlon, wns a trio of Leghorns shown
by a clergyman. They are of n per
fect partridge color not beforo wen
In this class, mid should ono day
make quite a now aud very beautiful
sub-variety In a class which Is In
creasing In popularity faster than,
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DICK, OF HONOLULU
GEORGE, OF SAN FRANCISCO
15 ROUNDS BOXING CONTEST
For the Middleweight Championship
ot tnc Hawaiian lsianus
at the .
saturday'evenino. MAR. 13, '00
YOUNG SHARKEY of Honolulu, vs.
SOLDIER McCOLLOUGH of Fort
Shaffer EIGHT ROUNDS.
KID TERRY, U. S. S. Iroquois, vs.
CORP. BIRD, of Fort Shafter
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