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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. CSATOTID'AT, MAR. 27, ItTflJ.
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EVER READY BOTTLE
A keen pleasure
and a great com.
A wonderful convenice for the nfother 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
against 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,
and 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 any kind of a bottle be sure and exam
ine the' EVER READY.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Too Good Fop
NEW YOItK. N. Y March 2C.
Ketchell knocked out Philadelphia
Jack O'Hrlcn In the tenth round.
lly knocking "Confessor" Jack
O'llrlen out In the tenth round, Stnn
ley Kotcholl has advanced another
stop on the road to the wdrld'n
heavyweight championship. Ketch
ell has already been matched to flght
Jack Johnson, the present champion,
and although there, Is a big differ
ence In their weights, Ketchell will
mako "Dearie" stir hlmBulf whilst
in the ring, 0
Jack O'llrlen, whom Ketchell beat
jeslerday, Is a world-known lighter,
and has been at the gama for about
fourteen years. Ho has been an in-and-out
fighter, and cither Btood up
or laid down, as the money went
one way or the other. His last big
fight, prior to this one with Ketchell,
was with Tommy Hums In May,
1807. That fight was fixed good
and plenty, and went twenty rounds.
After the tight. Jack, believing thnt
open confession is good for the soul,
gave the whole show away, and
thereby acquired the title of "The
Now thut Ketchell hag put him
away, O'llrlen is probably out of the
gamo for good that Is, from the
first flight, he may hang onto the Confessor" Is such a slippery cut'
skirts of the other bunch of hus-ltqmer that It Is, possible he arranged
beens for some time jet. 8tlll,( "The things to cult, himself once more.
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING to visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 16th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the rooms pf 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 r.ates, Steamship and
TWIay'Ftfes on file.
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Are Base Ball
The Mauna Loa baseball team won
the KonA and Kau championship last
Sunday from the Nnalehu combina
tion. The gamo was played at Naa
lehu, and wns a most exciting one,
The Mauna Loas made 12 runs and
the Naalehus could only hit up 7,
Most of the resldonts of the dis
trict attended the ma(ch, and some
fine rooting was done. The pitching
of Chrlstlunson for the Mauna Loa
bunch was first-clans, and ho wus
well backed up by Catcher Jack. Kor
the Naalehus, J, llurgess and A. Fat
ten wero the pitcher and catcher re
spectively. The line-up of both
teams was as follows: Mauna Loa
Jack, c; Chrlitlaneon, p; Akana,
lb; Jones (capt.), 2b; Slmerson, 3b;
Crook, sb; Kuftklnl, If; Melnecke, cf;
8 Wester, rf. Naalchu llurgess,
c; fatten, p; Klule, lb; lloblns (cap
tain), 2b; Kulelea, 3b; Smith, ss;
Kawalhae, If: Kdala, cf; Shinto, rf.
The Mauna Ixu couch Is I'okahua,
the one-eyed wonder, ntul It Is due
to Ills'1 effort that the Mauna l)a
team pulled off the K. and K. chini
I'ortola festival dinner 'to be held
March 25 Is. growths fi'ast propor
tions. ' 'it 4
seated Stoddard-Daytoil seated
By the Hour or Tvip
G. C. BECHXEY, Xv.i
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GAKAGE. f" rX0ipE 109.
Grass House Is
The Outrigger Club will be tlio
scene of an afternoon tea today. The
grass houso presented by Allan Her
bert will be used us a rendezvous by
Uio members of the Woman's Auxil
iary of the Club, and n most enjoy
able tlmo Is looked forward to.
The new home of the ladles' divi
sion is now complete, and this after
noon the members will be on hand
In numbers to enjoy themselves.
Mrs. V. M. Swanzy Is president of
the Club, and the has done most of
the organizing of. the ladles' section.
From now on there will be a regu
lar schedule of affairs on the beach,
the ladles having arranged things In
the, proper mauner. On school das
some lady belonging to the Club will
always be present from 2 till C
o'clock, to act us chaperon for the
girls who wish to go In bathing. On
Saturdays und holidays the Worn
an'n Auxiliary will keep open house,
and members mav have the use of
(he house on Bunduys, If they wish
Altogether, the Club has nbout
'thirty chaperons, who will act dur
ing the coming summer. Anoue
wishing to join the Club should send
her name In to the secretory, by
whom It will be brought beforo the
Hoard of Directors und otcd upon.
The annual fee is $G. Girls under
(en liars and boys under six are al
lowed to accompany their purcnts.
The ofikera of the Club are ns fol
lows: Mrs, Swanzy, president; first
lce president, Mrs. II. M. win Holt;
second vice president, Mrs. J. 11. So
por; secretary, Mrs. O. l Wilder;
and treasurer, Mn. S. 0. Wilder.
There uro seven trustees, who, with
the five officers above numed, consti
tute the Hoard or Directors. The
TrusteeH are Mrs. Ivers. Mrs. Ebon
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Low, Mrs. is. I. spuming. Mrs. i . a.
Schaefcr, Mrs. Halph Forster, Mrs.
f.aurU 'Wight, ahd Mrs. tJcorgc It.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Shirts and Underwear
V rnrnni ruf n i- k
The good sizes are going fast. Come in while we can
SHIRTS arc the best value we have
OUR STOCK IS GOING RAPIDLY
YEE CHAN & CO.,
CORNER KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Dog
DR. POTTIE can be consulted daily at his office
at the comer of UNION and HOTEL STREETS.
Hospital for Sick Stock. Stock examined as to
soundness, re purihnse Ranchers and Plantation.
Assorted Casis STOCK REMEDIES; Veterinary
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
that's pure and rich; that's the sort
of milk you will ret from us. Wo
Rre careful with our milk. Call us
up and try it.
lintel near Fort.
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Northwestern national Insurance
company of Milwaukee lous case on
appeal. " .'
The Pond Dairy Tel. 890
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TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
TDK BALE A J. AUli UAJ13
PROFITS CAN BE MADE in buying and selling etocks, but, in the last analysis, the man who makes
the most money is the man who gets in at the beginning on a good thing and stick religiously
with it while it marches forward to successive successes. Ewa, Oahn, Pioneer, Pnunene, Pahala,
Makaweli, Brewery, Railroad which you will, any or all of them, and also others. Original holders of
such securities are the people who have made, and are making, the dizzy money. And it was ever thns
and ever shall be.
Be sure you enter right at the. right time on the right thing then let the procession move ahead and
don't won?. Grow up with the company. Its progress is profit to you every time, even though it takes
a little while to realize in dividends. You are 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 enterprise to make a start. The shares may be worth a great deal more
than they are offered at, but the saoriflce has to be made in order to injugurate proceedings. We consider
"MAYFLOWER" Stock to be intrinsically worth 50 cents a share today, and it is going to go to 80 cents
pretty soon just as sure as the sun will shine tomorrow. But in financing a Gold Mine the first man's inon
ey is seonrity for the next man's only the "next man" pays an increased price just by reason of that cir
cumstance. Be one of the "FIRST MEN" and get in on the ground-floor prioe of 35 cents. BUY MAY
FLOWER STOCK. BUY IT NOWI - ,
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M. Ivan Dow,
SUITE 51 AND 52 . . ."! ALEXANDER Y0UN,Q BUILDING
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 ;ou 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 tret in first with the first-class comoanics. And
there-is security behind a gold mining stock, the raw material of money itself what ue call in South
Africa the' 'stuff the 'stuff' at whose feet governments, cities, banks, railroads, mcrt5ai;cs, corporations,
and all forms of business bow the knee and doff the hat."
He yVas' right. And MAYFLOWER stock is just1 the stock that Cecil 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 Wireless touch of it today in the Hawaiian Islands in our opiuion. And
it is not of the character of those long-drawn-out "Mahope" propositions which will take jears and added
years to win out. You will get quick action on your monew in MAYFLOWER, Under crude methods nbout
ONE MILLION DOLLARS have already 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 rider and make a fortune for ev
erv stockholder holding a fair-sized block of stock. 7e ar sure of it. Pile in with usl Acquire n part-
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nershipl BUY MAYFLOWER STOCK. BUY IT NOW!
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