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EVKN1NQ BULLETIN, lIONOMIUt, TH, KKIDAV, Al'ltlt, 2, 1900. "
EVER READY BOTTLE
A keen pleasure
nnd n great com
A wonderful convenice for the mother with a nursing
child. Warm milk nt 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; lias 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.
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SPECIAL SALE OF
Shirts and Underwear
The good sizes, are going ju fjomc in while we can
The .'Ifi-CENT SHIRTS are the best value we have
OUR STOCK IS GOING RAPIDLY.
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CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
Horse, Cajtle, Sheep and Dog
DR. POTTIE ran be consulted daily at his ofllce
nt the 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
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Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
Pi link (lotih nnd llackonschinlilt
hno been" matched to wrestle for the
worlil'n championship nt Melbourne,
Australia. The ntfUKglo Is to ionic
off on the first Tuesday In November,
which date, by the wny, Is the ilny
on which the crcatcst horsc-raco of
the J car lakes place. Tho Melbourne,
cup rnco Is known nil over the world,
nuil people from nil countries have
konio Interest, cither through consul
tations or direct wngcrs.
Tho wrestling bout between theso
two experts nt the mat gamo will,
onco nnd for nil, show which Is tho
better mnn.t On a former occasion
of the men meeting (lotch wns vic
torious, nnd easily put tho Husslnn
lion down. Ilnckcnschmltlt, howev
er, mado nil sorts of ncctisntlons
against (lotcli's methods of working,
nnd Homo of the chnrgests to "groan.
Ing" seems to have been borne out.
Itnckcnsolimldt wns undisputed
champion of tho world for n long
time, but notch's nrrivnl on the sceno
soon mmlc tho Husslnn look to his
There will probably be some wres
tling bouts brought off locally, be
tween' the Japanese experts at the
game and the men of (he warships
now In port. Wnknmlnato, tho chain
plon Jnpnneso wrestler of these Isl
ands, Is ready to defend his title
ngnlnst nil comers, and It seems that
ha will be matched for suro beforo
Base Ball Dope
1 he ItlvcrHldo Uascbnlt I.caguo
held n meeting Inst night which was
very well attended. The officers for
tho coming Benson were plcctccl and
the following gentlemen chosen for
tho positions: President, A. K. VI
errn; vlco president, J. N. Dcnshnr.i;
secretary, K. L. Andrcwsnudltor,
J. K, Notloy; treasurer, Robt. Asntu.
Tho board of directors will consist
of Senator Chnrlcs K. Chllllngwnrth,
A. K. Vlorrn, and Sam Wong. A com
mittce wns appointed to report on n
revision of tho by-laws nnd constitu
tion of the leaguo, enabling tho np
polutmcnt of a press agent. Tin Yiti,
D. 1 Kahatilcllo, J. W. Tong Kwai,
C. II. Mnknnul, and A. Townscnd will
have chnrgo of this matter.
And now what about tho hlg
leaguo games? Hero wo havo tho
Plantation nnd IMvcrsldn Leagues nil
ready In fnct, started for tho ca
son, nnd still no word of tho big
gnnies coming off. It Is nhmit tlmo
something wns dono to get the leaguo
hull under wny nnd hhvo tho tennis
xclcrted. Senator Chllllngworth Is
keen on tha games hclng'hrought off,
and Is working nil he can to mnko
thnfomliig senson a success. Onco
tho ball Is started, things will go
with n niBh, no doubt, but tho prcs
nnt trouble seems to bo thnt thero Is
no head to tho movement. Get busy,
Country Club Is
In Fjine Order
Them will be tho usual crowd out
at tho Country Club on Sunday, nnd
If lino weather continues, some good
golf should eventuate Tho links nro!
looking splendid Just now, tho rcront
rnlns huvlug freshened up tho whole
place. McLaren In quite well ontu,
more, nnd has boon putting In some
good work nt tho rlub On, tho 25th
Inst, team play will bo indulged In,
nnd n record crowd Is exnectod at the
club. A 'bus will, as usual, ply be
tween the car-lino nnd tho club-house.
nnd everything will ho arranged In
The moonlight outing which wan
postponed bomo tlmo ngo on account
of tho wot weather, will probably be
held in tho near futuro, Tho func
tion should bo n great success, anil
as dancing will bo In order, no doubt
n Inrgo crowd will attend. Dlnnor
will bo sorvod at the club, nnd, given
a lino evening, the wholo affulr
should go off with tho swing that
marks overy event the golf club han
I,ST PItACTICi: OAMi:.--Stanford
University, Cal., March 19.
What will bo probably tho last prac
tice game this season with tho Santa
Clara nlno and what will be tho de
cisive contest of the sorles will be
pin) ml on tho diamond of thn colle
gians tomorrow afternoon. Stanford
hhs Won' tw'o'of the four game's,'
Secretaries 'or other author
' Ized representatives of- clubs
' nre asked to sand, In a list 6t
events, scheduled by then, that
' they may he Included In the
' pratram. Address all coiutuu
' nlcrttlons to the Sporting Kill
' lor, Hveniig Bulletin.
Apr. 18: League. Orounds.
Apr. 25: Tutu.
Apr. 4: Walalui va Wain-
Apr. (t Kwa vs. Alca.
Up In Seattle they nre foisting fako
pictures of the Hums-Johnson fight
upon nn unsuspecting public, and
Australian Promoter Hugh I). Mcin
tosh Is ngltnlcd to tho core
Hack In New York ho Is pacing up
nnd down nnd protecting ngnlnst the
villainy of the thing. The old argu
ment that Imitation Is the slncercst
form of flattery doesn't appeal Id
"Mac" n llttlo bit. lie Is spending
n small fortune In telegraphing to
tho end thnt tho perpetrators of the
outrage mn be brought to Justice.
Ho Is so furious (hut It Is quite
possible ho will try nnd make an in
ternational Ihsuc of It.
Hero Is a dlspjitch received by
"Colonel" Hilly Thompson, Mcin
tosh's local agent:
"llnrbeck kllm Company, 2021
Seventh nvenue, Seattle, nilvertlng
bogus reproduction Hums-Johnson
pictures. Warn all cities West Im
mediately. Kngago very Iicsl law
yers. Tnko action no matter what
Coil. Draw on mo for any amount.
In Austrnlln tho lOovernmcnt would
stop any bucK 'Infringement them
selves. So w,lll 1, here If It takes ev
ery dollar 1 have.
In accordance With theso Instruc
tions, Thompson has engaged Attor
ney J. Mand-H. 'h. Ilothschlld of
San Francisco to proceed against the
northern picture pirates.
And who do you think Imperson
ated Jack Johnson, .first colored chain,
plon or tho world, In the tnklng of
tho bogus pictures? Nono other than
'Denver" Kd. Mnrtln.. This fact In
Itself should militate against tho sue:
cess of tho crooked scheme, for, apart
from being a negro, Martin doesn't
bear the slightest resemblance to
fiohnson. Jack Is a well-proportion
ed, heavlly-muscjed fellow, while
Mnrtln, who Is very lathy, stands
about 6 feet 7 Inches high, and has
a nock like a giraffe
, A chunky, no-account henvy named
Pctor llarron Is tho Tommy Hums of
tho Seattle pictures, and horo, again,
It Is snld, tho deception Is manifest
nt a glance,
Thompson fajs (hat Mcintosh's
lawvcrs are going nfter the handlers
of the fraudulent films without an
Instnnt'u delay, so that. It ..looks as It
tho1 plot will ho nipped beforo tho
schemers have-had n rhanco to turn
their Ingonulty to account. .
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Some Gun Club
There will bo a meeting of tho
Hawaiian Otin Club this afternoon
n't r, o'clock. It will bo.Jiold at U.
0. Hall & Son's biiBlncsslliouse,,ana'
nlf'mcmbcrH nre, requested, to attend,
Officers for tho' en8ulng;ycarl.wlll be
elected, nnd Homo .other, matter's of
Interest will ;l!o discussed. 'SuqgcB-'
tlons as to shooting matches with
tho gun clubs k one the o(hor?slunub
will l)oconsldorcd. Tho Ma'ul boy.t
are keen, on having a match -with' th'
Honolulu , hunch, and ecn If rnrh
toam shoots! on Its own ground I and
kcops In touch by wireless, the mutch
would ho very Interesting.
Thero nro some cnod shots at Pun-
Jiono nnd Wnlluku, nnd -tho b'ni
nnvo some good sport on Sundays fil
ing at tho clay birds. It (Is (to lid
hoped that a match bo brought off In
the near futuro.
Kred. lllckford, one of tho drivers
of Prince's express of Portland, Me.,
came near losing his llfo while en
donvnrlng to savo a dog from drown
ing In Hack Hay
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beoldoy, Jr.
iri1 PH0NE-189j-'-h-JC '
In Fast For
There wcro four more entries put
In for the Marathon vestcrdny, and
these wcro Antone Kaoo, David H.,-,
kuole, I'rnok 8chnrsch, nnd Wllllnln
Forrest, This makes tenantries to
far for tho race, and today and Sat
urday should seo n big addition to
the number. Schnrsch Is tho man
who ran so well In the llalclwa event,
nnd Ifjiejind had nhy kind of at
tention from rubbers-down, etc, ho
would hnvo mado Jackson run hard
to win Schnrsch was fifteen minutes
ahead of everybody at ono stage of
tho Marathon run, nnd, unfortunately
Tor himself, sal down to have a shoit
rest. On trying to rise, he found that
his legs had stiffened and tho muscles
contracted. Ho endeavored to mns
sago himself hut without much itic
cess; If ho had hnd attendants nt
vnrlnus points along tho rond ho
would, as beforo stated, hnvo been n
hard man to bent.
At the ball grounds retiring booths
and expert rubbers-down will bo pro
vided, and nil the runners will hnvo
the best of nttcntlon. Under theso
conditions several men who finished
behind Jnckhon will go close to de
feating him. Still Jackson hns got
the grit, nnd thnt munts for n lot,
It It Is not. Indeed, evcrj thing. Tho
votcrnn Wnlsh will run a great rnco
nnd will make somo of tho vntuigcr
generation look cheap. He, In tho
Halclwago-as-voti-plcaso, wns run
ning strongly when his leg went
hack on him. Tho lovel track at thu
leaguo grounds will suit him to a
"T" nnd It will surprise no one If tho
wonderful old nthlcte pulls oft tho
Tho rnco will probably be run In
vori fast time and thero nro thoio
who nre confldont that tho mainland
Marathon, times will bn equalled If
Hntrlfs for tho rnjee must bo In be
fore 1 ('clOck. tomorrow, and ho
donbt thcrewllt bo' n rush nt tho Inst
minute to enter. Tho prlies nrj wpII
worth winning, and although Mr.
Jnck Scully .would like to see nbout
twenty good men stnrljln tho race, It
Is to be hoped thnt a much larger
crowd enter, 'for then tho excitement
will bo magnified.
B tt tt
There will bo cricket practice, out
at Maklkl tomorrow afternoon, and It
enough plovers turn put a match will
be played. Somo of tho jounger mom
hers of tho club aro Improving Won
derfully at tho game, and beforo ong
will develop Into flno bats. It Is n
great pity thnt matches arc not more
frequent, but ns visiting warship
and merchantmen are bo few and far
between, It Is difficult to nrrango oth
er than Inter-club games. Still, Mar
ried vs. Single, nnd under and over
thirty years of ngo niatches can be
plajed, not to mention tho many nov
el games which can bo made up.
Dr. Vans Agnew Is a great Requisi
tion to tho local club nnd Ih n good
man both with tho bat and ball. Ho
la very keen o'n tho game and Is al
ways read) to tako part In a match.
Cricket Is booming Just now, nnd
ovcryoho Is hoping that tho gnmo
will keop golug strongly, now that
It has got such a fine start,
FOQT1IALU HJ-URCTBD. Coffey-
vlllo.'Knn., Mnrch 19, STho houth.
Kansas conferenco of tho Moth'odlst
Kplscopal Church horo voted t7 to
41 against' permitting n restoration
of the gatnepf fantbaU at llakor Unl-
vurniiv, mo ,cnurcn college at Mam
win, 'Kan. ,
N n ,H
'WINS ON A FOUI.. Kansas CTty.
Mo, March 19. "Ilrhoklyn Tommy"
SulllVan won on a foul hero tpnlght
In. what was to hnvo been a 10
roiind fight with Phil Knlg'ht of
if avonworth. Knight foulfdl Sulli
van In tha thrd round. It wns 'Sul
livan's fight from 'tho Btart.
B B S
RIIOMCH SCHOI.AIt WINS. Um
don, Kng.,, March 19. At tho Oxford
Cambrldgo sports nt Queens Club to
day, tho 100-ynrd dash was won by
U C. Hull of Michigan, a Hhndes
scholar.1 Time, 0;10 2-5. Hull scored
another victory for Oxford qnd tho
American Ilhodes scholars by Vln
nlng the quarter-mllo run. 111b tlmo
was o:C0 3,5. in thlrraco ho sprain
ed his nnklo and had to bo larrlcd oft
Ellhu Root, former Secrrtnry of
Stato, was honored by a banquet giv
en by tho Peace society In New Vork.
Mr. Hoot, In his address, scored the
Jingoes who woro ci)lnK war with
Japan. 'onf' """ ,M
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CORREA. of Honolulu, vs. HEN.
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