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EVENING nULtETlN, UONOLULO, T. II.TJIUSDAY, MAK. IG, 1309.
GOOD AS THE DEST AND BETTER THAN THE REST:
A new lot of these well-known mowers just at hand,
and they are in time for you to attend to the grass that
will be growing so fast on your lawns after the fine rains
we have had.
Wc have the rest of the tools that go with Mowers,
such aj Hedge Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Pruncrs, and All
Sorts of Garden Tools. By the way, have you tried a lit
tle of our FORCEGROWTH on your lawns and. in your gar
dens? L 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. 361.
RETURN OF THE "LITTLE BIG FAVORITES" THE
"A Gaiety Girl" Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday nights and
"The Runaway Girl" Thurslay and Friday nights and Saturday
Vaudeville by Entire Cast Saturday night.
Popular price, 25c, SOc, and 75c; Matinees: Children, 25c; adults,
COc. Scats at Bcrgstrom's.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Fine Lot of Different Breeds; also
Fresh Eeirs, from 1 Doz. up.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week,.
Monday and Thursday
Don't Fail To Sec "THE TALE
THE SEARCHLIGHT TOLD," One of
Edison's Great Fcatuic Films; as well
as OTHER LATE and UP-TO-DATE
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20c.
FORT ST. opp CONVENT.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONGS
Admission lOo and 15c
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new FRENCH
257 Beretanta St. Phone 1491.
Tlio Ro-ns-yoii-plonse to Halelwn
khoiild comu off on Sunday next. Thu
mails nro rapidly iltying tip, mid will
In a couple of days time lie fit to run
on. Mont of I ho contestants nro still
In active training, nml thu extra week
has helped them u lot to put on condi
tion. .fny Kulins Ik lint nulto certain II he
will Ktnrt or not. The Injury that ho
received koiiio time iiru at football In
Htlll tcllliiK on lilm, nml he mhlccs no
ono to pliinso cm his clianco of win.
nltiK. Kit nml well, I hero would have
been only nbout two men who would
have troubled KiiIiiih, and It Ik Indeed
hard luck that he In reeling ns he Is at
Jackson In coming alone nicely ami
HtnnilH a good clianco of winning. I. J.
Walsh, the veteran, was out over the
courso last Sunday, hut h kecpng re
sults to himself. Several other Mara
thon men aro doing long distance try
oiiib, nml pome surprising records aro
lielng whlspcifd around town. Thu
distance to Halelwn In close on to thir
ty miles leaving mi tho alleged short
cuts and thu man who coin out tho
course In less than four hums should
about win thu cup.
St tt -
Veslerdny afternoon at Alexander
I'leld the .Iiinlors-I'VeKlitiicn defeated
tho Sophomorca-ScnlorM of tho Oahu
College. All tho events wore keenly
ton (rated and tile final score showed
that only llvo points separated tho
(outestaiits, tho .luiilors-I-Vcshmcn ho
Ing In the lend.
(irent Interest was shown In the
InterelnsH meet, nml nil tho virion!
were rhecred by their classmates.
Tim hold was In much better condi
tion than on Saturday, and Is rapid
ly drying up. Tho total points scor
ed were .lunlors-Krcshmcn T2, Sophs
Tho results were: 100-ynrd dash:
Sing Cheng, Desha, Taylor. Mlto:
Young, (Itbli. 220 hurdles: Dcshn,
Ilex Hitchcock, ltnndolph, llltchcotk.
Quarter mile: Wlthlngtnn, Sing
Chong, Tnylor. 220-yard dash: De
sha, Taylor, ltnndolph Hitchcock.
Half mltn: Young, Wltlilngton. Sau
cy Ilelny won by tho Senior-Soph-omnre
Held events: High Jump: Knul
mum. Hex Hitchcock, llnudolpli
Hitchcock. Shot put: Kaulbaum, Ltd
gate. Hammer throw: Mdgate, llllcli
rock, llroad Jump: Desha, Knul-
Iiiiiiiii, Randolph Hitchcock. I'oln
vault: ltnndolph Hitchcock, Ilex
DON'T THROW AWAY A PAIR OF SHOES BECAUSE THE SOLES ARE WORN
THROUOH, OR THE SEAMS RIPPED IN THE UPPERS.
Bring them to us; our expert machine man will mend them in a jiffy so they will
look and wear like new shoes.
Men's soles and,heels, $1,25 ; Women's soles and heels, $1.00; Women's Fine Hand-Turned
soles and heels, $1.50; Men's rubbet heels, 65o; Women's rubber heels, 50o.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDINQ, KINQ AND BETHEL STREETS.
Secretaries or other author-
Izcd roprasentatlres of clubs
aro nsked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by thorn, that
they may bo Included In tho
program. Address all commu-
nlcntlons to tho Sporting IMI-
tor, Rvonlng Bulletin.
Mar. 18: Cambrian vs. Ho-
Mar. 20: Cambrian vs. Ho-
Mar. 2U: All Schools.
Mar. 20: Aala A. O.
Mnr. 2t- Halelwn Itucc.
Mar. 21: Medal.
Flora And The
II. M, S. Horn, from China waters.
Is now In tho harbor, and conse
quently things look bright for sports.
The Cambrian and Horn will be able
to put up a good combined team of
both cricketers nnij footballers, Nei
ther ship alone could muster n full
team or cricketers that Is, from
amongst tho wardroom members.
Now that the Horn Is In, Hint dim
(ulty Is removed, and the team tho
naval men will put in the Held on
Thursdny afternoon will make thn
local players sit up and take notice.
Tho llrltlshcrx hnvo all plncd tho
gnmo at different times of life, and
all can be relied upon to show some
flashes or good form. Of course, they
have had very llttlo chance or prac
tlco for n long time, but still a man
hardly ever forgets how to lilt a
loose-pitched ball. It Is the real
good -length ones that bother tho
man nut or form. It Is more likely
that most of the Uritlshers will 'he
caught In tho field than that they
will ho howled.
It Is going In br " corking good
match and there will bn some fine
exhibitions of free batting before (ho
stumps nro drnwn nt 6 o'clock. Pos
sibly n couple or players from Maul
will come down on tho Clnudlno In
time for tho match. It Is to bo hoped
10, ns Hint would lend additional at
traction to the game.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phons 185.
By Hour or Trip.
6. G. Beokley, Jr.
NO USE !
THIS man has no use for his
shoes, He is tied up to a
stiff proposition that is
occupying all his attention.
But for the one with both feet
on the grounds have some good
On Thursdny tho Alilolanl Collcgo
boys will probably piny tho Cambrian
team nt soccer. Tho College boys nto
rnthcr smnll to tncMo n bunch like
tho sailors, but tpsy know n good
deal nbout the game and may bo de
pended on to show some good work.
Tho only difficulty nbout tho match
Is that ground Is hnr dto gel. Tho
Mnklkl site will he occupied by thn
cricketers and Is consequently tin
nvatlnhle. However, the game may
he pin) od on cither the old l'tinnhou
ground or the Alexander llcld.
The sailors nro In no kind of con
dition and will probably become
winded very quickly. Mfo on ship
board In the tropics Is not conducive
to slaying powers, and thn bluc
Jnckcts will know they have been ex
ercising before tho nintch Is through.
It In to he hoped Hint the rnln Is
all pan; tho sun Is shining nt Inst,
nnd ma.y It continue to do so until
the nnvnl men have bnd n chance of
seeing Honolulu under ordinary con
ditions. Tho weather has been aw
ful for the past couple ot weeks, und
linn prohibited all outdoor sports.
tt tt tt
Kdwln 1'ernnndcz and a few oth
ers ot the Hcalnnl Hoat Club 'are
trying to Interest tho iill-ntght work
vis of tho loiniiiuiilty In nn early
morning rowing und swimming en
terprise. The idea hecins very feub
line and Is likely to be cnirlcd out.
.Many men who cannot gel away In
the afternoons will probably Join In
tho movement, und turn out first
tiling In tho mornings tor a row In
tho past, tbcro being no certain!) of
iindlng a male to go rowing with, bus
lather stopped men from turning out.
As soon as a rowing man can bo suro
of nndlng u few of bis kind down at
ono of tho clubs In tho morning, n
nish will no doubt set In (or tho
early-morning row und dip.
Tin a lino sport rowing and
combined with u dip afterwards, soon
Rets u mnn Into good fettle,
A meeting was held Inst night and
quite u'few ot the enthusiasts rolled
out. It was decided to get nil the
night-workers possible to tako an In
terest In the scheme, and to start tho
"Morning Dip Association" right
away. The Mi I). A'ti. will do u lot
ot good In this city, und It U bplen
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin olvei a complote summary of
tho news of the day.
' JUST ARRIVED.
LADIES SUITS, SHIRTWAIST PATTERNS, TABLE
CENTRE PIECES and DOILIES, all new dcslm.
A full line of PONGEE SILKS and ORASS LINENS.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
CORNER KINQ AND
All Schools Have
Next Saturday the All .Schools held
nnd track meet will take place on
Alexander I'leld. Oahu College, tho
High School, and Knmchnmelin School
will take part. These iiiterscholasllc
competitions nro most Interesting ns
ii rule and are generally watched
closely by the older athletic men of
the communty. It Is to the schools
Hint wo look ror our future prominent
hasebnllcrs, footballers, runners, high
Jumpers, etc. If the )oung crop nf
athletes of any particular year Is not
promising, mo cITcrtR are noticed In
some unci ceding jear. If no star per.
roriner llnMica across the school flrm
nment nt any glcn season the rart
Is self-evident In the mediocre nsnlr-
ants ror athletic honors later on.
There Is nu old saying that Water
loo was won (he playing fields of
Kton. And very true It Is, loo, and
also about any other Important
"fight or frolic" affair of life. Tim
Kdioolboy of today Is the mnn or li-
morrow, aim unless the standard or
nthlctlcs Is kept up In tho schools, u
general rnlllng-ofr Is Inevltublo In the
Tticro Is Hot inurll dnnrpr nf n
slump lii athletics In these Islands
nu long as such keen IntnrnKt In
shown In all school sports. The tri
angular meet to be pulled off on Sat
urday will now that the rain ha.t
cleared off bo productive ot Rome
flno attempts for records. The High
School, In Ihelr Inti-tcl.iRH meet last
week put up some lino work, und
leci very conlldcnt of being able to
Hull off tho ehnmnlotislilii. rin tin.
other hand, tho O.ihns and Kamelui-
metins nro determined to leave nn
stone unturned In their efforts to bo
proclaimed the wlhnera,
Taking it nltocctbcr. thn crliru.la
hnvo a flno bunch ot athletes Just
now, and tho All-Schools meet prom
ises a good afternoon's snort. Alex
ander Held is not fenced, ami coii
fcequently It Is hard to collect any
charge for admission; still a general
feo of 2.r. cents will ho charged the
puiillc nnd ten cents will be charged
for students who attend nnv of the
'competing school i Only Judges and
other ofnclnl.i will bo allowed on tho
renter field, as spectators nearly al
ways, get In tho way of somo runner
nno intcrrcro with his chances of
a n a
Old Weston On
The War Path
The old-tlmo ped, IMwnrd I. Wes
ton, who last yenr performed his
long-distance stunt, Is, according to
n cable, going to try for ono better.
A mere stroll or 300 miles Is tho
veteran's now venture no Icsh than
a gentle nmbln trnm New York til
ban Frnnrlsco, and the old gentle
man, who has seon soventy-ono sum
mers, Is not content with walking as
direct ns possible, but must add to
tho length or tho trip by paying vis
Its to towns nnd cities oft his comic.
When tho mnjorlty of men. reach
tho ago of 71, forty-three reel is
about their limit In the walking line
hnd most or them content thcmsclch
with a Jaunt irom their bedrooms to
tho bunny sldn or tho la mil. Soventy
ono' yo godsl Why, most or us
won't get within llfleen jcars of
that and, with luck, should be (om
pctlng in tho "All-Comers' Asbestos
Wings Stakes" that Is, at least the
This Westnn Is a wonderful old
athlete, and has our local vet pods
beaten In n frnr.zle. It Is understood
that Weston iIooh (he long-distanco
stunts on behnlf or the lleaist news
paper crowd. Thoro Is hopo for us
nil jet, although tho Idea of starting
n Cinn-mllo trip on toot nt 71 year.i
or ago Is not very consoling. Still
it would bo better than being rnrrled
out leet first to tho undertaking
parlors. It would not be surprising
to hear of some aged swimmer tack
ling the trip troni Honolulu to New
Zealand, mlng tho famous crawl
stroke. He might rest on the equa
tor awhile bofore crossing It.
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$150,000. Em comfort and comanl
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parts ot cllt. Omnibus masts all trains
and tliamirs. c
Now recognised an Hawaiian
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l.nr.t nlplit. the fiinnim mimical rum
vriy iinecess, "A (ialeti (Jill" wnn pre
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toire ot the tnlenteil youngster)); it In
full or entchy Kcuica, trettv dunces nmt
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viuitiiRe III n iil. nt litis nntiiro. They
were prent Inst nlKhl JiiM fiicnt.
Tho roKtmiicx ot thin play nro par
ticularly KHI, nml sumo of them were
"kllllnK" The llclntz Kills weru an
much In exbleneo ns ever to thu Iiiiko
ilrllKht of the uiiillciifo Thesu buys
lire Just eoniltiR Into their oun; they
Iiiimi Impinvcil Kreatly sluro their lar.t
lslt. nml nre now nt their l-M
fining ot tho mini; bits "re: . "IIIrIi
Class ("linperone " l Ivy l'lillalil; "In
the fioblen Hun." hv liene llnliiy;
"I'leiiwi tin 'Win nml l.el Mo Sleep."
by Johnnie llclnt. "Iiily I'rom Ma
ill lit." by Aila Hind, mid "What Will
thn Neighbors 3nv " lij Teildln McN-i-ma
Atler tin- Hit il curtain, Mr W. P.
Ailnnm unnonme rioin the rtar.o thu
result of the M u 1 1 ) I ti cnnteul,
which was iceelved with npplniuo.
THE PARK THEATRE
Despite the tlire.iti'iilliK "NCather.
business continues Rood nt thu open
nlr theatre New films ro on three
times n weelc nnd Mosura. Werner
nnd I ..! iVimilse to rvu tho public
tho bcit thcro is.
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numbers ot the Bulletin office..
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