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EVENING DUU.ETIN, HONOMJLn.T. II.. WEDNESDAY. MAR. 11, 1909
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NOW IN ITORfcSS
And Risht Through the Month of March
TEMPTING PRICE IN
j,Fine Tennis Ey Oahu Sugar Cos' H Ho Baseball!!
Whitney & Marsh
. tl flA'K
And All Surplus Shoes
Every Line on th Counters for the Rest of This
Month Ara at Puces Tar. I WILL PAlf YOU TO COME TO
Tho Oalm riaiitilloiiK Ilnecbull
Ivw.i v en li u SiriJiv list, the
i cation beii.j: III" pin Inn .irT T n t i
l. ti)ii'.iii.n nt. Sonic twelve palm
,i.ai. imcreu ...,- in... ewm .... .. ... ( hM ,K,un imiclllH0lli nll, v.,
iii'il rami It tot I; til ee rots to dicliK t(l t)RI Cu, winning twice In succession
the content, wl.li h wait the lii"i twolur llitio Unit's It "II It vt'is tltiotmh
. hi if i'1'.r ia-u thi- malilies took up I tlm ilomuloiix tiuni Kwr. I'l iiitatitin
lie lii.V dm.
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B. KERR k CO., Ltd.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Sniffs and Underwear
jLr4r2r& &&? $ 'vVs , vv s yv s a v & "lx b"" le "ille-i of water finnt laml
VwWvOvV!!!, the city, which may now tax rnll-
S iILL CONTINUES.
The good sizes are gcinir fa3t. Come in while we enn
The SIR-CENT SHIRTS arc the best value we have
OUR STOCK IS GOING RAPIDLY.
YEE CHAN & CO..
CORNER KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
it .;m ihougl.t tuTcifni) tn ma'.e
in epilv ijii !. tin- Muni iniyut wis
ill. lul '.I to be pl'X-d to n fr.ih'h ill
,l ilny. Hc.r.l .!".'( Will illllMil iih
l'1'c I'm iltix him if the morning se I
I ..in. urn! :il that ia!y hour p.ny nt ot-
I Notwithstanding tint Hun l
nlngs. 9 n rule titi'planttitltniH, ale
ibly snoozed away In similiter-
land, enltc n liunilier (if spectulois ap
pealed im the ctiurtH.
'I lie cnrl morning train from town
wnveveil n largo parly of vIhIIdih to
i:n, all Intcstt tin watchhiK the U'IiiiIr
Npeitn at win it. Ily 10 o'cloclt the nt
leii.lanre n a lectinl one. am) the
tun tn were Riiriotiinlcil by an cntlitt
innlle Inmeh of fnti who npplnti'leit ov
er) Rtrolie Blind, bail or linlllleretit.
The niranccmenlH for the comfort
if the ItttKirK were romptete and the
lunch and afternoon lea nan 111 in-ti ap-
jccl.Hcil I iy the thlmty onlcokciH.
Play mm i-ontltineil illit lliroush the
la. ami It was not till i!:4u p. tn. thai
f.i.lHon ami llento won the decldliiR
nnie In the llnal net. These two play
erg, who put tip a HterlltiK Xante tight
rhriit.li Hut Imtri. ...ifi.il u'ntn lli.i n.
vf iplplnitu of lunch roiurntttlatloiis at
f the oliwu of the match
, ' Nolan nud (lli'Wu the runners up.
.K ilso pla.M'd kooiI truuU and II took
-C ' flw BetH lo decide ll-e lil-ilch.. Tle (111
r i I M-t wiih won liv a ir.nv of lo-S The
Q 'lliiwltiii t'.ni-,iliH pl'iye.l In the tour
y piiihmiI a" I u" icelvi'd 1" f oni the
j'Horatcli I'.iIih who were JleKeewr
A 'JiinltliM. and (lieenllcld-Miilli-r. lice.
a'IS: r.i.ll I DoiikI nt Mclj-an-OI.IIiu.
' SIIV..Hl.lll lil'lllHII.l. t.lt.,1 llllllll IVll.
son CoIIiik Wi'l Neuiu.in-(loiiea
Terada tlro.e Nol.u. (Jlrln, S'chmldl-
The whole i,?y .,:i oted a Iiiiro sue
i.ess, and eve: yliodj v.'-nl home lsh
IliK that iiimilicr t'l.y'n fp.nt of th"
HDUIe cull ler vould lie roi.ti ha 1 u,alll.
Oal.l. nd iiiinuxat Ion vote Includei
Co.. Oalm II. U I. Co. Honolulu 1'latv
tatlnn Co., Oalm Hurir Co, Walnut i
A'tilcultur.tl Co.. Wiilanau Bumr Co.,
anil .luhn HiiKhes. that the cup waa
able to bo puichared.
The boason opens net 8i!iiilay..Slh
lnsl. The I'lantatlons l.ciiKiie H tho
rcBtilt of W. Leslie West's Inspiration.
Mr. Wcl Is n Hpnrl from way back,
mill nt one time was the champion
skater (roller) of the southern hemi
sphere. II Is ouliu; to his etforts that
I his strong well-hacked tuldltlon has
been made to the local leagues.
The Kwu barelj.ilt ground is the bent
mitslilo of the clly of Honolulu nud
Mimu excllliu.'. iiiatches will licMila)ej
theie soon. The olDcers of the LeiiKiib
mo as follows I'resldeul, V. 1.. West;
lce prekldent, Chas. Arnold; iiiauaKcr,
A, SI. Simpson: secretary, (J. II. Clark;
tieiisurer, A. Walkaloa.
The first match will be between Kwa
iind Wnlalua and Alea and Walanno
ami colnos olf on Starch 1!8.
Tho followiiiK hcheilnlo tins been
Slnrch 28 Ewa s. Walnltta, nt Uwa;
Alea vs. Walanae, at Wnlnnae.
Apt II 4 Wiiluniu) vs. Walalua, at
Wnlalua; Kwa s. Alea, at Alen.
Apill 11 Walanae vs, Kwn, at Kwa;
Wnlalua vs. Alen, nt Alea.
April 18 Waiilnae vs. Kwa, nt Wnl
nnae; Alea x Walalua. at Walalua.
April 25 Wnlnlui vs. Kwn, tit Wnl
etna; Alea Vs. Walniino, nt Alen.
Slay 2 Walanae vs. Walalua, nt
Wulanne; rjna k. Alea. nt Kwa.
.Tlio balance or the schedule to be
decided on completion of above KJtues.
A cm-dim: to the Hllo Tribune baso- i
I.eaRue In slnrtlns oft with n nourish ll koIiii; to start ear y next inontli. .
ol t.-uni.i'ta, 'inil seemn to hiivn a j The Ttlbttno sjijaks ns follows:
ii.-lKht futiiie befote It A sixty-dollar , .t.seii.iii win soon be with in iiKtln.
Tiny nail" win rtnx out over llie
classic tuif of Slooheatl 1'aim, while
fiom the bleiichcrs tho festive fan wl I
BH'ol lth luiots utul howls the swat
of ball agalnr! hat. Heveral iiicellnm
of the baseball men have bein held,
and ronio of the toatmi are pinctlcliiK.
llie pliiti IicIiik to have the lust cim
or the sejiou on the 1 Slit of Aurll.
The teams which will rutin the
league have so fur the follow 111); mem
bership: llllos Chns. II. I.) man (captain-.
Jack Kaston (innnaKcr), Harry Drown,
Solomon Annknlen W. A. Hiker, An
tone Ollvelra, William Ah Hip, John
Kealohn, Ilennle Spalding, Al, Davlimu,
Oeorgc Mann and William Na.lur.
Young llllos Tliomas de Slello Ah
Sun? Uoxcr, Alnnu Akn, Knoh.tl Hale,
Willie Swulti. Waller Watson, l.ukela
Kckoa, Willie llrown, Dun Knonnhl,
John Wnllelhmi, Ahlun Alona nud .Tlm
SloohenitH Joo Tovcs (cnptnln), 0.
Todd. Joa. Cnnarlo, Alee Desha, Ted
O'Hileti, Henry Sheldon. Oeow IVkhn,
Hairy .Morehen.l, A. Swnuyon. SiiImII
lutes: Ilennle Drown, Chas. (iiien.
Frank Dlas. W. H, Hlseriuan, man
tigere. Slurnlng Stnrs Andrew Ollvelni,
Antone Teves, l'eter Victor SI. Vlorra,
Ah Kook, (I. Akin, Tom Alalia, Free
ninu Sylvester. V. V. Hill, William Had
ilaky, Illtl Wise. Oabriel AIo, Heniy
Watson, August SI. Ilcrlng, Virgin Cat
vnlho nnd Frank Knllicnul.
Nanlwas Illsa (capttiln). Tutoshl
Tnnlmolo, Jack KnJII, Jlro Nushlda Sa
Ikl, Huyiitnn, lieu do Slello nnd Hewal.
The substitutes for this team has not
been selected as yet.
Additional Sports on Page 7
2ap"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Sy Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
UNION BARBER SHOP
Slannlo Vlelra, lale of tho Silent
Ilarbur Kliop, bus opened tonsurlnl par
lors at the old Union Harder Shop
stund, entrance on King street next lo
Union drill. Ileal servlco guaranteed.
Soldier .Ionian, slujer of San Fran
cisco l'ollce Sergeant Nutting, was
convicted of uiurJer In first degree,
with life Imprisonment.
We have just reoiived
New Shirt Waists
These are the second consignment of the Spring
Styles; Dainty and Inexpensive; $1.G0 to $3.00.
COLORED EMBROIDERIES Edges nud Insertions
to match, in pink, blae. red, and black; 12Vio to 30c yd.
CHILD'S FANCY SOCKS Colored Stripes and
Checks; all sizes, 3Cc.
Many Novelties in WASH GOODS.
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.
OTROFITS CAN BE MADE in buying and telling stocks, but, in the last analysis, the man who makes
JV the most money is the man who gets in nt the beginning on a good thing and sticks religiously
with it while it marches forward to successive successes. Ewa, Oahu, Pioneer, Puuncne, Pahala,
Makcwcli, Bie-A-ery. Railroad which yox will, any or all of them, and also others. Original holders of
such securities ere the people who hive made, and are making, the dizy money. And it was ever thus
nnd ever shall he.
Pc sure you enter right at tin right time on ths riiht thing then let the procession move ahead and
don't worr-. Grow up with the company. Its progress is profit to yoa every time, even though it takes
a little while to realize in dividends You arc accumulating money through the increasing value of your
holdings. This is particularly true in the Gold Mining business. Pint issues of stock are usually sold at
a low figure to enable the new entirprise to make a start. The sharis may be worth a great deal more
than they are offered at, hut the sacrifice has to be made in order to inaugurate proceedings. We consider
"MAYFLOWER" Stock to be intria .itally worth 50 cents a share tcdiy, and it is going to go to 50 cents
pretty soon just as sure as the sun w.ll shine tomorrow. But in financing a Gold Mine the fiist man's mon
ey is security for the next man's jnly tho "next man" pays an increased price just by reason of th.it cir
cumstance. Be one of the "FIRST MEN" and get in on the ground-floor price of 35 cents. BUY MAY
FLOWER STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
M. Ivan Dbw,
3UHE 51 AND 03 ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ
THE LATE CECIL RHODES, the multi-millionaire mining king of South Africa, once said: "Buy a
good gold mining stock. Buy it when first offered, and before you dream of it your dimes have
increased to dollars and your dollars to hundreds of dollars. It is no uncommon thing for a
good gold mine to return its original stockholders a hundred-fold. In no other field is there the same oppor
tunity offered for money-making, particularly for the person, of medium or moderate. means. A small sum
may make, a fortune, Mort money is made by those who get in first with the first-class companies, And
there is security behind a gold mining stock, the raw material of monsy itself what we call in South
Africa, the 'stuff' the 'stuff' at whose feet governments, cities', banks, railroads, mortgages, corporations,
nnd all forms of business bow the knee and doff the hat."
He was right. And MAYFLOWER stock is just the stock that Ce:il Rhodes would have bought him
self and advised you to buy. It is a safe, sound, permanent, and money-making investment. There is
nothing that can come within a Wiieless touch of it today in the Hawaiian Islands in our opinion. And
it is not of the character of those long-drawn-out "Mahope" propositions which will take years and added
years, to win out. You will get quick action on your monev In MAYFLOWER. Under crude methods about
ONE MILLION DOLLARS have alreidy been taken out of our Mine, but with modern, up-to-date methods,
machinery, and brains, we can take out many times that amount in short order and make a fortune for ev
er;, stockholder holding a fair-sized block of stock. 7e nr suie of it. Pile in with us! Acquiie a part
neiship! BUY MAYFLOWER STOCK. BUY IT NOW!