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BV15N1N0 nULl,CTIN, HONOLULU. T. il THURSDAY. MAU. 18, 1909.
GOOD AS THE BEST AND BETTER THAN THE REST:
. Lawn Mowers
A new lot of tlicj ' well-known mowers just nt hand,
nml tlicy ore in time f jr you to attend to the Brass that
will be growing so fast on your lawns after the line rains
we have had,
Vc have the rest of the tools that go with Mowers,
such as Hedge Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Prnners, nnd All
Sorts of Garden Tool . By the way, have you tried a lit
tle of our FORCEGROWTH on jour lawm and in your gar
L 0. Hail & 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 end Friday nights and Saturday
Vaudcville'by Entire Cast Sat irday night.
Popular price, 25c. 50c, and 75:; Matinees: Children, 25c; adults,
50c. Seats at Bergstrom's.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
TWO LITTLE SHOES (Feature
Film over 1000 Feet) ; Between Love
nnd Beauty; Get Me a Stepladder; A
Female Bluebeard; A Jealous Fiance;
A Chorus Girl; Pioneers Crossing the
Plains in '40.
at the i
Merchant St. Phone 388.
POULTRY FOR SALE
Fine Lot of Different Breeds; also
Fresh E""s, from 1 Doz, up,
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20a
FORT ST. opp CONVENT.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONGS
Admission 10c and 15c
Pau Ka liana owl
Naval Men Play
The trains to represent Honolulu
nml the combined wnrshlps have been
picked - that Is to say, the mivnl
tenm litis heen selected nml n num
ber of members of the Honolulu dull
have been asked to turn up nt the
grounds nt 11:30 today. Itnln Is
threatening at present nnd It will he
too had It tho match cannot lie play
ed this afternoon.
On paper the Honolulu team docs
not look too sitting, many of tho
hest players' names being absent, but
this Is unavoidable, ns unite n bunch
or good cricketers cannot possibly get
nway on n Thursday. Still, the tenm
selected should put up a good, stiff
light, nnd, with a bit of luck, will
make the sailors buck up. Hob An
derson Is n first-class bat. and If any
one can stny with 111 in at the other
end. should knock nut a century or
mi. Ilrown Is alto u pretty bat, nnd
If he and Anderson get set, the com-
! blued team will have a big score to
go up against. Vans Agncw Is an
other good man, nnd should knock
lout a fair-sized score. It Is to ho'
icgrcttod that Illicitly cannot play,'
iih he Is n sterling bat and will bo '
There are six of tho Cambrian of
ficers In the team and five of tho Flo
ra's. The team looks u very strong
one, and, Judging from reports, once
Kitnc of the hest hats ret their eyes
In, thete will he some tall scoring
done. The limiting wicket, however,
will nuzzle I ho navul men. K Is so
much faster than a tttrf-pltrli, nnd (
me nan iirciKs very uiucrcnuy irnm
the wiiv (t docs on grnss.
The inatPh will bo for two Innings
lr lime allows, anil It Is to bo hoped
so, for one-Inning matches nrc not
the renl thing, after nil. Tho teams
arc as follows:
Cumin Inu-Kloru team Cambrian
players: .1. L. Pompon (enpt.), 1". K.
Siitcllrfc, Dr. Ilniudas,' K. Mcl.cocl,
T. Hp:ildlng, O. C.ivnu.'iiigh. l'loru
players: A. Stanlcv, A. Cooper, Dr.
YV. Archibald. A. Woith, nnd V. Tnlt.
All pi '-ors fioni aft.
Honolulu C. C. tenm Hob Antlcr
nn, .1. IC. M. Maclean, .1. C. Mcdlll,
Dr. Vans Agnew, V. I.nmb, W.llrown,
tt. Jordan. I). I.. YVIthlhgton, J. Kgun,
J. Douglas, I'. C. Maxwell, II. Ilulley.
W. C.-Wccilon, umpire.
r. u t.
Shruhh, Dornndo, Longboat, nnd
llajca what a constellation! wcro
to havu run a Marathon rare In New
York last evening, According to n
icccnt exchange, tho favorite seems
to be Longboat, hut It Is hard to say
who will win, or, rather, who has
Shruhb will probably make tho i
pace and try to run the rest of tlicj
bunch off their feet. That Is his iish-
nl style, but so fur In his races In j
America he lias cracked up hcfoie tlicj
full Marathon distance lias been run. j
Hayes nnd Dornndo have fought out'
sevcrnl long-dlstnuco events lately, I
nnd should know each other's mcnt-1
lire to a "T." I
One unpleasant feature of' present-!
day long-distance running races It
tho almost general uso nf oxygen, t
Tills dope In administered to the ped
ns toon ns he shows signs of collaph-'
leg. It Is not u siiuaro deal to tliu
other man who does not uso oxygen,
and must ho hcarthicaklug for u man
to seo an almost new opponent so j
far as condition goes, step on the ,
track and start out as fresh as nt the ;
beginning of the race. All such artl-
ticlal aids should bo cut out: It Is n!
luttcn statu of a (Talcs, and It certain. J
ly looks fierce to sec some thlrd-rato
runner, boxer, or cyclist plugging
along fresh as a daisy and full of I
Hope, whilst the genuine athleto '
struggles to keep pace with tho dope-'.
Wo should hear tho re-mil of tho
uico soon now that Is If the cublo I
people think It Important enough,
mid It should bo of more Intorest
than tho news that Jim Corbet t has
challenged Johnson and Joffrles.
Secretaries or other author-
Ized reproscntntlvcs of clubs
aro asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they inny he Included In tho
program. Address all commu-
nlcntlons to the Sporting Kill-
tor, Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Mnr, 18: Cambrian vs. llo-
Mnr. 20; Cambrian vs. llo-
Field Snorts . .
Mnr. 20: All .Schools.
Mnr. 20: Anla A. C.
Mnr, 21: llalclwn Uace.
Mnr. 21: Mcdnl.
Soccer Out At
Whilst the olllccrs ot the Cambrian
arc enjoying themselves nt cricket,
tho Jucklcs will bo trying conclusions
on tho football field with Hie lads
from tho Alllolanl School. Tho game
will bo played on the campus nnd,
although the Kalmukl youngsters nro
very light and small, they will prob
ably make up for that by their skill
nt the game.
Tho sailors will, of course, bo a
much heavier team than the Alllo-
lanls, but In soccer that does not
Final Details Of
The Marathon Unco Committee met
Inst night nnd llnnl detnlls were set
tled. It was decided thnt C. A. Itro
d'erlck might lun In plnco ot his bro
ther, who Is tumble to compete. All
runners who wish to have n look-In
for tho ovcr-thlrty-ycars-of-ngo prlzo
ore requested to Inform Mr. VIcrra
ol Wall, Nichols Co. beforo Saturday
noon. On stating their nges to VI
rrru nnd having their nnmos put on
the special list, they will become eli
gible for the prize.
There nre still plenty of tickets
uvnllnblo for tho special trnln, nnd
II Is hoped that these will go on be
fore Sundny, The fnre of $1.S0 to
Hiilclwn nnd return Is very moderate
nnd even If one Is not Interested in
the ruce the opportunity to see beau
tiful llalclwn should be gniBpcd.
C. r Chllllttgworth will bo ono of
tho Judges nt Hnlciwn for tho bicycle
uico nnd will be nsslstcd by Archie
Mahnulu. Tho cyclists will probably
finish much closer together than the
peds, nnd an exciting race may bo
looked forwnrd to. It Is to be hoped
thnt the riders tnko It In turn to
pace ono another up to tho last mile
or so, for then the dash for the tapo
will be worth going mites to sec.
The blcyclo rnce will sturt five
minutes beforo tho Mnrnthon, und
should he nil over by nboitt 9 o'clock.
The Knlnniiinnolc nnd Atkinson llano
bnll Leagues have been asked to
egaln postpone their games on nc
make much difference. Tho gnmo , fount of tho Mnrathon. No doubt
should bo Interesting, nnd lirnvlded
the Jack-turs do not get winded tool
soon, will be kocnly fought out, Quito
a number of friends nnd relatives of
tho Alllolanl hoys intend going out
to the match, nnd tho rooting should
The Alilnlanls shaped up well in
tho All-Schools soccer series, and al
though they did not win tho chain
ploushlp, showed some good form. Tho
Cambrians will have no easy time
with the boys, and will havu to play
up to win,'
IM. lllues, Peterson's trainer, also
left oil tho China for the mainland.
Illnes Is n clover boxer and If ho
only possessed a little mora stamina
would make the best of his class
look out. Hlnes fought a few bat
tles In Honolulu, and probably made
expenses nut of them.
There Is much talk of n bunch nt
sailors from tho Cambrian nnd Flora
Icing matched ugulnst a number o(
local men. This would be fine dope,
mid tho resulting senilis should bo
halr-rnlsers, Peter (iucrstrct is u
good man It properly trained, nnd
".lacker" Isaacs Is no slouch, from
nil accounts. "Let It bo soon." Is
the wIsVi (it till tho light runs.
Jack McFaddcn Is willing to take
on Sailor Morch or anyone clso who
Is looking for gore, Mnc says It is
up to Mr. Cohen to arrange the
match now. There suro Is golns tu
ho some lighting In tho near future.
The soldier bunch nro thinking up
homo goes, mid uru unxlous to have
a scrap or scraps with tho llritlshcis
row In KirU- On Friday evening nt
8 o'clock Joe Cohen will Interview
any boxers who care to have a go at
Whitney & Marsh
Ladies' Home Journal
Spring Style Book
they will, ns the baschallers ntc all
flrst-clnss Bports nnd don't want to
Injure tho go-ns-you-plcaso nice.
It It It
The cabled news that Jim Corbelt
has Issued n chullrnge to both Jack
Johnson nnd lllg Jeffries Is enough j
to mane poor old rotcr .incKson turn
over In his Innoly Queensland grave.
Of course, "Gentleman Jim" woulJ
llko to tight cither of tho two big
men- who would not tuko n hiding
for the loslng-cnd purse of such n
fight? but Corbctt has nbout as
much clinnco of getting a match of
that sort ns Potcr Jackson has of ap
pearing onco moro nnd giving Cor
bctt another (II -round go as he did
In 1891. Yes, Just 18 years ngo, tlio J
ex-hank clerk and the Australian idol
fought their tievcr-to-bo-torgotteu
bnttlo in San Krnnclsco.
Corbctt In his day was n good man,
ns witness his many victories over
llrst-class men, but he reached his
end in 1S97, when Dob Fltzslmmons
defeated him In 14 rounds. Still
Corbctt battled along,' and In 13011
Mt n match with lllg Jeff, who knock
ed him out In ten rounds. Corbctt
is now more or less of a joke, and a
light between the negro und hint
would not draw worth ten cents.
And as for u scrup with tho big
Lollermakcr cut It out!
r tx 8 a
Track At Park
Will Be Fixed
Photo Supply Co.
Films, Kodaks, Velox
Fort Street, near Hotel i
The (ommlttco from the Sotiulo,
which is going to look over tho K.i-
the gnmo. If you want a scrap, drop ' plolanl Park will probably advise that
Into tho Orphcum at that time and ' something bo dono to mako the truck
jou'll ho accommodated sure.
mound tho park safe mid lit feu' mo
Kiicycles. The sport is catching on
well, mid there uro qulto a number
nl machines In town Just now. Tho
Kaplolnnl track only needs n little
work to tunko It O. K. Tho iiiuukn
aide wants to ho raised n trltlc, and
a fow loads of earth would mako a
If tho track Is In good condition
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
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HOTEL ST. PHONE 101
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I EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tin
with their new FRENCH
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j The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ol
the news of the day.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18l.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beclcley, Jr.
Following U tho program for I In)
benefit concert and ilanco to bo given
by tho Church of Jesus Christ of l.ttt-ter-Dit
Saints on thlu evening, Alar.
IS. at K. of I. Hall:
Selection Ilftwiilliln llatid "" Sunday week, Herrlck and l!er
Vocal Solo Miss I,. K. llnil.Ber, tho local star riders, will huvo a
Duet I)u Tries Slslcri ,r' for nil records from ono mllo to
Song and Chorus.. I I). S. Olee Club twenty miles. Herrlck and most of
Selection iluwailim Hand jtho other motorcyclists will take u.
Duet. I. Ilrlght and I. Kahauriuelj run out to Halolwa-ncxt Sunday. Tho
Vocal Solo Miidumu Alapal Kaplolnnl track does not dry up
Accompanied by Hawaiian Hand. 'quickly after a heavy ruin; that is,
Quartet. Mrs. Hubble, Mrs. Kahuima- lone part of tho courro. The lund Is
ele, Mr. Kinney, and Mr. Knhatinaelo somewhat lower on tho miiuka sldo,
Instrumental .... KmvaHiau Oleo Club und consequently tho water lies thero
Vocal Solo Mrs. Hnngersiiii jfor mine time and even after the
Accompanied by J. K. Aeu. lluld has disappeared tho track is
fc'ong und Chorus damp nml slippery, making It dan-
S. K. Nalnoa and Crowd Igerous for the "skeeters" to buzz
"""I Mrs. Nelson nnd Voung niound the coiners. It Is almost a
(liiarlet Kalaliihl llrothers
Vocal Solo Miss Ktla llllhus
Senator Coelho has consented to
slug sovernl numbers for the program.
certainty Ihut the track will be plop
cily fixed up this time.
Illnnk hooks of nil sorts, ledgers,, numbers of the Bulletin office,
ctp.. niatiiifaeliirod by Iho llnllctlii .
1SK editorial roomi "rn hutl
ne olfice. These are the telephone
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