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r.vKNJN'o huuetin, noNOJ.ui.r, t. it., rmnAV, march 2, iaoj.
EVER READY BOTTLE
A keen pleasure
and n great com
TIES PICNIC PARTIES
Boxing Galore I Marathon Track
A wonderful convenice for the mother with a nursing
child. Warm milk at all hours of day or night.
It differs from other bottles in that it has a PATENT
SPRING CORK which stays in place and absolutely guards
ngainst spilling of contents, no matter in what position the
bottle is carried.
It has a drinking cup with a smooth, polished surface
both inside and outside; has no unsanitary screw threads,
nnd can be kept scrupulously clean, and the drinking cup
serves also as a cap for the bottle.
We have the bottles in the quart and pint sizes and
the cases for one or two bottles.
The EVER-READY CARRYING CASE is Strong and
Before buying anv kind of a bottle be sure and exam
ine the EVER READY.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING to visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 15th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may be rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
modation. Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
N'o less than six scrap wilt bo
pulled ulT at the Orpheum on S.ilur-
duy, April 3 This is good news for
I the fight fans, and tin iloulit a big
crowd will turn out to sew the goes.
Murine Nelson nnd "Demon" Sllvn
will exchange compliments fur eight
rounds, more or less. This will be
n lovely lay-out, nnd should he
worth the price of udmisslon nlonc.
Then Nigel Jnckson, who linB put up
I some good scrnps In the past, will
I tnkc on Ilugler Surconl of the Mar-
1 lues. If Jnckson Is as good now with
I the mitts as he was sonic yenrs ugo,
the musical marine will have a very
i Interesting time whilst within the
Soldier Piatt of Port 8haftcr has
decided to seo what he cun do with
I Hlchurds of Camp Very. This go Is
scheduled for u quartet of rounds.
I Henley of Fori Shatter ho whom
Nelson passed out u few weeks ago
I has decided to have another go at
I the game. He and Dun Corrca will
hox four rounds, and the content
i should ho Interesting.
I'etc Stanley, the wonderful ball
puncher, will try what ho can do with
Humphreys of Camp Very. If I'cto
I Is as clever at hitting something (tint
can hit back as he Is nt punching tho
j ball, Mr. Humphreys Is up against
a tough proposition.
I Another go will be one of six
lounds between Sergeant Marlowe of
l.ellehua and Wuhllanl of Honolulu.
i Marlowe has a great reputation and
Is said to have fought In good com
pany on the mainland. He enstly
outclasses nil tho other men out nt
the cantonment and Is reported to
have u wallop In either hand. Wnhl
lunl Is u clever enough boxer and
will put up u, good light against the
Tuklng It altogether, tho night's
sport promises to bo a great one,
and, aB before said, the Nelson-Sllvu
scrap will bo worth going miles to
am" BULLETIN ADS PAY "
Mr. Hancy of B. 0, Hnll's sporting
department will receive entries for
the Marathon race to be run on April
18. The entrance fee Is one dollar,
und Is not under any circumstances
oxccptlng, of course, the Improb
able possibility of the lace fnlllng
through returnable. All entries
cloeo on April 3 nt 1 o'clock. This
will give the management two clear
weeks In which to mulci) all arrange
ments for tho great event
Tho ground trustees have not yet
made their final decision, but no dif
ficulty Is anticipated In the mattei.
The ground people know u good thlug
when they see It, nnd may be relied
Upon to come up to4Jie scratch. Al
though nothing definite Is
A 1 1 S c h o o 1
about prizes, It may be uisumed thut
they will bo both handsome und
costly In most ruses the men who
fill the places will be given the op
tion of taking cither the trophy or
Its equivalent In cash.
Nigel Jnckson, tho winner of the
first Marathon, Is willing to run any
of tho many men who think they can
beat him. He prefers a run to Hac
Iwa next Sunday, nnd should any as
piring ped want a mutch, ho has only
to look Mr. Jackson up and things
can be arranged at once. I'. J. Walsh
has" cabled to tho Coast tor an elastic
stocking, which the veteran reckons
will keep his vurlctue veins In order.
On Sunday, Mayor Kern will pro
tent the cups won In the recent Mar-
If -the rain hold nir ttil-t ntturnnon.
the Junior school trnc'i meet ou Alex
ander field should be I huge
Mr. litis, principal of t'unahnii Prop
Is In charge of the meet, 'and on his I
shuulders has fallen the rcsKnslblllt
of organizing thu siiorts. The bojs.
huo been hurd ut work training for
the various events und much enthus
iasm Is being shown by the youngster).
Kaahumuiiu school, Ccntrnl dram
mar rchool, and Puliation Plop, will
compete tor the championship, and the
uices should bo ory keenly contested
The meet will start promptly nt 2
o'clock, and the lot) yards dash will
In! thu flrrt event. This disposed of
settled ,c ,1,11,. ,,,, 2u yard ilusli, BU urd
dash, 440 and 88U )ards runs will be
pulled off. The livid eents will bo tho
high Jump, shot-put, und pole vault
Thu half-mile relay iucu will bo tho.
Inst event of thu day and promises to
bu tho most exciting. I&icli man will
hnvu to run 220 yards, und thu result
of this ruce will probably suing tho
necessary number of points one wu
or thu other, and ilvcUte lo which
school the championship Is to go. Will
Hitchcock Is thought to huvu an ex
cellent chance In tho high Jump, nnd
the Punahou Piep, boys are confident i
thut bo can win. Thu mllu run Is a
ury open event, and the chances of,
thu different schools seem on u par ,
Schuman of Punahou Piep. will run '
well, and (lay will back him up In,
gooil stle. Major and Kalmlewal will
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The an-CENT SHIRTS are the lest value we have
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Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Dog
DR. POTTIE can b- consulted tlailv at his office
at the corner of UNION and HOTEL STREETS.
Hospital for Sick Stock Stock examined ns to
soundness, re purchase Ranchers and Plantation.
Assorted Cases STOCK REMEDIES; Veterinary
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
ntlinti. Jlirltimn will reddle the
iinioiu., (',, n,n nimiimi r,... int I rfprustnl Kaiitiumaiui, und Ilusli Is
which he retains possession for one
ear), and the Art Theater medal.
Pudel.en. who Von tho bicycle iucc,
Is slated fur tho Wlchmun Cup.
(sj'Tor nnt" crf on Ml at
the BullMIn ortics.
By Hoar, or Trip.
6. C. BeckUy, Jr.
going to do or die, on behalf of tho
Central Grammar school. i
All thu events seems lo, promise j
close finishes and excitement i.liouhl
inn high 'during thu afternoon. Dr.
Hand will be starter and other prom
inent sportsmen will kokun us officials.
There will hu no admlssluu chargu to
thu gruunds, and thu buys have paid
for the prdgrums, etc., out of their
own ixickels. A lluu cap has been pur
chased for the winners of the chain-plonsh'p.
that's pure and rich; that's the sort
of milk you will p.et from us. We
lire careful with our milk. Call us
up and try it.
Additional Sports on Page 10
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SUITE 51 AND 52
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