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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, MAIt. 30, 1909.
EVER READY BOTTLE
A keen pleasure
and a great com
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
against spilling of contents, no matter in what position tho
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.
Theo. 11. Davies & Co., 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.
Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Dog
DR. FOTTIE can be consulted daily at his office
nt ihc corner of UNION and HOTEL STREETS.
Hospital for Sick Stock. Stock examined as to
soundness, re purchase Ranchers and Plantation.
, Assorted Cases STOCK REMEDIES; Veterinary
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
i The Pond Dairy Tel. 890
There is no inilk made today that
is so good in quality, purity, or flavor
There is no milk that is so good
for household use; and SUNNYSIDE
costs less than any of the best con
that's pure and rich; that's the sort
of milk you will pet from ui. We
aro careful with our milk. Call us
up and try it.
of .Good Old
The boxing nliow nt tlio Orphoum
next Saturdny night should bo (utl
of "stoush" from tho tlmo tho, first
pair of scrappers step Into the ring
tlfTthc Inst pug walks, or Is carried,
out of tho arena at the end of the grounds nt 8 o'clock In full knhkl
Blxth bout. No less than six pack- suits, carrying their guns nnd bayo-
ages of wallop nro to bo presented nets. The march was from tho
to tho patronB of the noble art, nnd school grounds along King street to
hay, won't there bo some halr-ralclni; the railway depot, where they board
flghtlng whilst tho men nro exchang-.cd cara nnd left on tho 0:15 n. m.
Ing mitts! ' train. Tho Cadet will spend six
When "Wonder" 8llvn and NolRdn days In camp and each day will bo
.!.... .... r- !...!. .,.-.. h.i n )l.. fnlfPn mi In ilrllln nml hitnHnr Thn
flBht fans will settle down comfort- hoys havo learned to u.c the guns. b.a,'sUKh,t Jho0. Kwa ,,0" "J";''1"
m i . i h..i, 'and so they will havo tnrirot shoot- A 0"ul',0 of uatl crr"rB ln flold by
If tho marine adopts his usual stylo Imt omo time during tho week. Lt. " hT..,'',' -!! sh
ot nchtlnc ho will soon stir tho royal Winters. U. 8. A., will be In charKo nlIua; ' t all praise Is duo to tho
UMrttorZZ&l. the battalion while I. camp. Two, v,". '" " '!l t
In fact, tho nolo fluid mnv bo mil
on tap. And then-wow! How w... '" ' or C,K"1 CaM w'11 ,.ua with three men on base, and no
tho Punchbowl hero dash Into tho ocmrpy one 'lcnt- 'men down. Alameda hit and
fray, and how ho will hook that mus- Tho Kamchamoha girls will go b ht on(j ho n tp-
rular loft arm of his Into Mr. Net-1 nt cnm after the bojs return to )cnt ,hen wnR ,he on, b(lt 0Jl
son's slats. It sure Is going to be'ow,n; 'Tll wl" '" fto L- .'; skied next to short, and tho remain
a fierce fight, and'worth a night visit 'McCandlcss grounds nt Makua, next ,nR ,W mcl)( fanB (o ncBOllntn
to unclo's with tho family clock lo,Mn,ln morning- nml will roturn wth clnrk en,,r(1 vc fngt
ralso tho dough for a ticket. Thursday. ,Tho girls thought It un- , , hnur 25 mlnulMIi
Then tho Wnhllnnl-Mnrlow scrap'
will bo a most Interesting ono from
nil standpoints. Tho Lcilehua man
Is said to hnvo been a sparring part
ner of Jimmy Urltt, and If that bo
I Via nnme lit a truxnl I oil la irnln er in
have a warm tlmo. Still. Wahllanl
U no lm-l, nf !h mill Mn,
...... i. it-i ........ .i',owed to tho boys each day.
may bo relied upon to put up a stiff
"coea d" lwmhhav0
... r.. 41.- . - n.. MH
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frlendlv discussion which In nrhpil.
ii led to go four rounds. Henloy Is
much Improved nt tho game, and
should glvo Corren a good tusslo for
tho decision. "Mnrathon" Jackson
will take on Sarconl of Camp Vnry
and tho Jaunt Is over four rounds.
Nothing much Is known of tho gen
tleman with tho peculiar name, hut
ho must hnvo somo kind of form or
clso tho powers that bo would not
match him ngalnst an experienced
man llko Jackson.
I Pete Stanloy, who has been on tho
warpath for somo months, has nt last
been mado happy, and Is to engage
Ilumphrlss of Camp Very for four
Finally another Camp Very whnt
n lot of scrappers hall from the Mar
ines man, Richardson, Is taking on
PJatt of Fort Shatter and says ho
won't do a thing to him. Nit! Piatt
Jias been sparring with Ironman Mc
Co Hough and has picked up a lot
from tlio.man who always grins. Tak
ing It altogether, the six scraps
should jBatlsfy everybody, and ns
popular admission rates are In vogue
no doubt a bumper house will greet
the first couplo of pugs when they
nppear on tho stago.
It 8 n
Dark Horses In
Tho Marathon ruco to bo held on
April 18 Is going to bo about tho
most exciting affair wo havo seen In
thoso islands for somo time. Arrange
incuts nro being mado now for tho
event and tho con rue will bo staked
off and ready for roping soon. A
surveyor is going over tho trnck and
thoro can bo no dlsputo as to the ex
act dlstanco run during tho race, Tho
prizes will all bo worth winning nnd
r.ingo from 1100 to 1G. Tho winners
may tako cash or trophies ns tlioy
Spectators will havo a good tlmo
of It nnd, whilst comfortably seated,
will bo abln io watch every action
of the men on tho track as they plod
along their long journey. About 80
laps will bo run nnd ns thoro prob
ably will bo a vory largo crowd of
Murtcrs tho excitement nlioyld run
high. A big crowd of runners aro In
uctlvo training for the go-as-you-
please and most of them aro doing
tholr work in the open and not try
ing to hoodwink tho touts. Homo
pods .however, aro doing the dark-
horo stunt, and go to great pains to
keep their various times secret. - Of
(ourso It Is all In tho game, and ev-
cryonn can please himself, but as
this Is not a groat betting town It
Is rnrtulnly amusing to watch some
of tho antics of tho mysterious ones.
Mr. Harvey of K. O. Hall & Sous Is
taking onirics for tho raco, and al
though only n few havo so far put
In their names, a largo number of
pods havo signified their Intention uf
entering, and next week should eo
tlio entry list swell up n lot.
"llouure of soft drinks)" Is
warning Usued by Dr. Harvey
Wllny, llnveriiuiKiitfnod enperl.
hii)h many such drinks nmtulti caf
'fi'luo and other diugs, ,,
Boy a fare In
The Kamchamcha Cadets left tho
school this morning nt 8 o'clock for
a six days' camping at Hon. L. L.
McCandlcss' grounds nt Makua. They
marched down from the School
"iua.1i ""1 ho on duty each day.
"".r, ,or "" '"? ""' '" nl" """
um..,K, r t-rcNucui imrno nuu mc-
ulty and Miss Popo havo got the con-
eeni oi mo i rushes, wno nao gran-
ted them a Bhorl sUiy In camp.
ino uoys win do given amniuni-
V0.n'f.or .,he tln ar Koat .h"n,lnB
,rlA "mllC" nUmUCr f " Wl" "0 al
I The following calls nnd Instruc-
.'"f". "!" "'f-c .during campj., IIcnto. 3b. Joo Ellas.-sVijoi
nnu win no siricny cuiorccu
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Kevclllc, flm cnll, r,:lC a. in.;
march. 0:20 a. m.j assembly, fi:30
m.; mess call (breakfast), 5:r.5
m.; mess rail, assembly, 6 a. m.:
sick call, 6:30 a. m.; fatlguo call.
o:ju n. m.; meu can (iiinneri,ii:&.
a. m.; assembly, 12 nn; retreat, first
can, u:iu p. in.; mess can (supper;,
u:zi p. m.; assemuiy, i:ju p. m.;
first sergeant's cnll, 6 p. in.; call to
quarters, 8: GO p. m,'; taps, 9 p. m.
Hours for drill will bo announced
dally, lletwcen reveille and break
fast company streeU wilt be eloancd
and tents put In ordor for Inspec
tion. When not raining, tent walls
will be rolled. All tents will bo In
spected between G and 7 o'clock n. m.
by the commandant nnd tho officer
of the day. Kitchen squad will re
port at kitchen at revollle. Fatigue
squad will begin work "at fatlguo
call. Rifles will bo neatly stacked
around the center-polo qf each tent,
belts and bayonets hung over tho
rifle. After being stacked, no rifle
shall bo taken frjim tho stacks, ex
cept to bo cleaned or for drill, with
out special permission. Cadets be
low fourth grado will not be allowed
to uso guns for hunting. The senior
officer or non-commlssloned officer
with each hunting party will bo In
charge of and responsible' for It.
Guns must bo emptied beforo return
to camp; nil ammunition must then
bo turned Into the nrscnnl. Firing
In or around tho camp is prohibited.
Pointing of guns, pulling of triggers,
or other fooling with guns Is strictly
It 8 W
Too Good For
New York, N. Y., March 18.
Yale's swimming team completely
buttdasscd (Columbia iln the dual
swimming meet held In tho tank of
tho Now York Athletic Club, Central
Park, South and Sixth avenuo.
Of tho six ovents In which the
scoring was on tho point system, tho
visitors captured every one except
the GO-yard swim, which ended In a
dead heat betweon McKlnay of Co
lllmlktn ml II I ttt 1 n rm V 1 lt A
milium uiiu iwuuuiuo ui mtu, iiidi
total numbor of points earned by
Yalo was 41 to 13 for Columbia,
Tho wator polo giuno closed tho
evening's contests, pnd Yalo had a
comparatively easy victory, winning
by G goals to 0.
William Jennings Ilryan Is going
to smash Into smithereens all public
speaking and Chautauqua lecturing
rec,01rd" ,lu,rl,,B ,909' " hla vo,co
'1oUIb out ,le ox)0cU t0 malt0 100'-
000, or ns much ns I'resldcnt-olect
Tuft will receive under the new bill
In Congress for his llrst year In of
I '"" nlnlon wcomu. tno nmou
!"lr?"omo.,i 1CJ, ,'ra'C(l 'lU , e.v,,,l"
lou,h b'rth,,lar 8l h, hon, ln Wa'
Ington, D, C,
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Bsokley, Jr.
. , FHOKE 109,
Tho opening game of the Oahu
plantation league between the Uwas
nnd Walaluas was plaed on tho Ewa
diamond beforo a Inrgo crowd on
Sunday and resulted, aflcr a fast
game, In favor of tho Kwn "Kandy
Kids" by tho margin of 1, score be
Tho Walaluas had tho mlsfnrluno
to bo without their regular pitcher,
but they gave the Ewa bos n sur
prlso on unoarthlng tho real thing
In Achlcu, who pitched a very heady
game; his very fast turn to throw to
', fc ' "" "L V "'" " ' ' "' '
Ocorgo Clark pitched a good gntno
r,)r the E,vns nnd was nbly seconded
y jftck Vannnttn nt tho iccelvlng
cn(i, Tho umpiring was of tho boM.
n10 indicator being held by our old
friend llarncy Joy.
Tho llno-up of each team was as
Uwn Geo. Clark, p; Jack Vannnt
tn, c; C V. Olrvln, lb; M. Plata, 2b;
iTravcns. If: II. Cordelro. cf: M. tin.
. Walalun A. Achlou. n: Kcana-
onn c. j. Alameda, lb; J. Tcvcs, 2b;
j. Sousa. 3b! T. Odn. ss: M. Tnm.
f; m. Klgorlo, cf; M. Damas, rf.
The local big leaguo baseball play
ers aro away behind this jcar In
their arrangement, llllo and Maul
ball clubs have had their meetings,
and all tho arrangements for open
ing the season made. On Oahu tho
plantation league has already start
ed play,nnd yet here In Honolulu
everything seems ln tho nlr, nnd
cyen doubts aro expressed about
there being any big ball this sum
mer! It Is up to someono to atir
things up a bit. It surely would bo
a nlco stato of affairs If our national
gamo was to peter out. Mnbo tlio
authorities do not realize that the
summer Is so closo; tho weather late
ly has been very wintry and another
thing Is that we had baseball so lato
during laBt season, owing to tho visit
of the Ilcach team.
It Is to be hoped that n move Is
made at once ln tho matter, so that
teams may be arranged and a sched
ule fixed. Get busy somebody,
tt u a
To Shoot Off
Next Saturday afternoon the Rep
resentatives and Senators will meet
at tho rifle butts In the N. O. II. gal
lery to shoot oft a match at differ
ent ranges. Senator Chllllngworth,
ranking bb general, will captain tho
Senato team, whilst tho House will
bo led by Representative Alfonso,
who also has a right to tho title of
general Jor tho time being.
Tho match should bo very Interest
ing, as borne of tho country members
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"ro " rlne11'lh,ol.B- ,No '!"" some
fin a astsiwna till Iia mil mi tin. I luitl'u.
fine scores will 'bo put up and bull's'
oyes, centers, and magpies ylll bo tlio
order of tho day, Tho match will
begin at 3 o'clock," and' byl that time
the N. G. II. building will probably
be crowded with spectators.
8 8 8
Recratarles or other author
lied representatives of clubs
afe asked to send In a list (
events, scheduled by thesa, that
' they may be Include In the
' program. Address all commu
1 nlcarlons to the Sporting Kdl
1 tor, Bvenlag n u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Apr, IS; League Orniiuds,
Apr, SBi Team.
Apr 4: Walalun u, Wala-
Apr. t! IIwu . Alfii,
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT
Atyt(aM Preparation forAj
(lie Stoaiadu andJtartlsof
Promotes Didcslionfhif mil-1
HOT HAItC OTIC.
AnerfKf Benw dv for Consflri
lion , Sour Stonwh.DUrrtaa
ness andLoss of Sleep.
IkcSWI Signature of"
SPECIAL SALE OF
Shirts and Underwear
The k'ood sizes arc going fast. Come in while wc can
The 35-CENT SHIRTS ore the Lest value we'have
OUR STOCK IS GOING RAPIDLY.
YEE CHAN SCO.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings, week beginning March 20th;
Wednesday matinee: VAUDEVILLE. Thursday, farewell performance:
1 "THE RUNAWAY GIRL"
OPERA HOUSE. Popular Prices 25 c, 60c, and 75c.
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine
Ing 'to view iceae from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos,
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Tho Power of Labor
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c and 20a
FORT ST. opp CONVENT.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED S0HGS
Admission ,, lOo and 16o
For Infants and Ohildron.
The Kind You Have
TMf Cf WTAUff OMFAffTt ftrw YOftN CITT.
The New Open-Air Thealre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
LOTS OF FUN GOOD MUSIC
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Nuunnu and Hotel St. on site of old
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSEN0ER, 40-H.P,
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS. .
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Merchant St. Phone 388.
75c. Per Month
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