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A keen pleasure
nnd n great com
Mt8HtflIEVlNINO nULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T, II.-, SATURDAY, APniL 3, 1909
TIES PICNIC PARTIES
A wonderful convenice for the mother with a nursing
child. Wnrm 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; has no unsanitary screw threads,
nnd can be kept scrap jlously clean, and the drinking cup
serve also as a cap for the bottle.
We have the bottles in the quart and pint sizes and
the cases for one or ttvo bottles.
The EVER-READY CARRYING CASE is Strong nnd
Before buying mrr kind of a bottle be sure and exam
ino the EVER READY.
E. 0. HALL 4 SON, LTD.
Poems by Riley and Field; Jungle Stories by Kipling;
Nntuic Stories by Enrst Thompson Sctonj all the world's
best fiction for the Child mind.
FAIRY TALES, FOLK STORIES, PICTURE BOOKS.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Building
Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Dog
DR. POTTIE can be consulted daily at his ofllco
at 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
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
75c. Per Month
Klvo more men luno entered tor
tlio Mnrntlion rnrc. Making n tolnl
of lift ecu no fur. From tlio looku of
thliiKH, tlicro will lie a null today to
cuter for llio event, nnd tlio entry
Hut will lie much InrRer tlinn wiih
first expected. Jolianson, II. 0.
Delhi, Frank ttnos, Vincent domes,
and D.il l'ahy nrc tho hunch who put
In their nampi yesterday. D.il Knhy
will run n great nice, ns lie Is fccllnR
cry well now. He ran n Rood race
In the llalclwn Mnrntlion, mid fcel.H
ronfldcnt that ho enn do much better
on tho level truck at the league,
All tho contestants must he cxnin
Incd liy n iiiedlcnl ninii hoforc stnrl
Iiir In tliii loiiR-dlstnnrc run, nnd Dr.
Walters lins liecn nppolntcd official
examiner. He will overhaul the
ppils ut his offlro between tlio hours
of It nnd 4 on Saturday, April 17,
and there will he no charge mudo for
The trnclt has been surveyed nnd
the stakes driven; tlio roping nf tho
com so will ho attended to next week.
Tlio management Is hard at work on
the details of the I'lg track affair,
nnd everything will ho up to date,
l.'ntrles close nt 1 o'clock today, nnd
anjone who Intends taking part la
the race had hcttcr drop In to 10. 0,
Halt & Son's and Interview Mr. Ilnr
cy before that hour,
Oahu College nnd tlio sailors of
tho Iroquois will meet on the old
I'ltiinhou field this afternoon In n
game of hnsphnll. Tho game will
start nt 2 o'clock mid Khoiild lie n
very Interesting one. Conch Arnold
has been hard nt work with his team
nml has tho hoys licjed up to u linn
point. Uitu and Chi I tit I will form
the buttery for the Collcgo and may
lie rflled upon to do good work.
The IroijuolH team lira playing In
good ntlo nnd nro confident they
run put It nil over tho Puliation bon.
Still, they will know they have beeh
playing ball before tho game In pan,
ami tho hoys will ninko the Iroquois
men extend themselves. Tho College
line-up Is as follows:
Iitu, p; CM llul, c; Aklnn or Frn
ver, lb; Ordanstcln, 3li; Shlng Chong,
ss; Hilly Hoogs, 3li; I'rnscr or Aklna
If; Desha (captain), if; Townscnd,
TAFT HAS PLAN FOR
WASHINGTON, I). C, March 2fi.
Kuithor evldoiicn of tho President's
iloslio to Improve as rapidly ns pas
sible tho Government's control nnd
regulation of corporations doing In
terstate business Is shown by tho fnct
Hint he has bud submitted to lilm u
hill compelling corporations carrjlng
fuel and food from one Stuto to an
other to procuro Federal licenses, nnd
ns requirements for the licenses shall
certify that they nro not pnrts of n
monopoly and nro not over-capital
In tho measuro nro nlso regula
tions intended to keep tho standard
of food supplies high.
Tho nomination of Ormsby Mc
Hurg us Assistant Secretary of Com
merce mid Labor was confirmed to
day. Ho bus made n reputation ns
a Inwypr and Investigator. Assist
ant Secretary Wheeler will leavo for
California soon by way of Panama.
While on the Isthmus ho will look
Into through freight tradlc matters.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKXEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE.
Fine Grass Linen faYa1'
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sts.
Secretaries or other author
ized representatives of clubi
are asked to load In a list ot
events, scheduled by then, that
the may be Included In tho
program. Address all commu
nication to the Sporting Kdl
tor, K v e n 1 a g D u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Apr, 18: League Grounds.
Apr. 2S: Team.
Apr. : Wnlnlun vs. Wnln
nne. Apr. Ax Kwa vs, Alh.
from Reliable Sources
Tho number of outsldo trades
which reap benefit from motoring Is
astonishing. For Instance, artists,
carpenters, drapers, cnrpctluycrs,
plaster workers, modelers, sculptors,
electricians, telephone men, linemen,
cabinetmakers, scene painters, plain
mid fancy Iron workers, sign paint
ers, steeplejacks, rfggors, laborers,
and freight handlers all profit more
or less directly from an automobile
Shock absorbers were originally
devised in ccnnectlun with railroad
trains, In conjunction with the coup
lers connecting the cars, to enablo
tho locomotive drhcr to stnrt one
car ut n time. A long trnln of curs
could not ha started by tho cnglno
wcro the couplings rigid, thus rc-
I quiring the simultaneous accelera
tion of the whole trnln or cms,
I When sldo brakes aro actuated by
a wile cable, keep n lookout now am;
again nt tho plnccs where tho wire
rounds n bend, or nnywhere where It
is llnblo to chafe. Theso wires, aft
er n strand or two has gone, soon
go nltogcthcr, and to suddenly nnd
the sldebrnko use leas Is moht discon
certing, more particularly ns road
side repair of this part Is not easy.
There are Indications Hint motor
legislation will oo u much-mooted
subject In nenrly ovcry Stnto Legis
lature In tho country this winter.
Tho general tendency Is toward com
pelling drivers to pass somo kind ot
an examination nnd that criminal
nhiisc of roads should tio punished by
a revocation of license, temporary or
Cylinders nil cast In one block now
find general favor. Tho former big
objection of excessive cost of re
placement when u cylinder was dam
aged, Is greatly discounted now that
tho public realizes that cylinders do
not require replacement every few
months. From the maker's point of
vlrtw, tho saving of space, ns well as
tho general simplification of the pip
lug mid water connections, makes
tho block casting a favorite.
Tho uso of hot Irons for tho remov
al nf any patches or bandages on rub
ber goods which have been stuck by
n solution nnd not by vulcanization
Is recommended by n Kronen chemist.
An ordinary domestic flatlron thor
oughly immersed In boiling water for
n sufficient time to heat tho Iron
thoroughly Is ono of tho best things
for this purpose, since by this menns
tho correct heat Is obtained nnd tlicro
Is no danger of damaging tho repair
An oxpert motorist advises users
ot curs prmlilccl with lilting bodies
to bownrn of tho clanger of tho sup
ports Jarring loose whon tho englnu
Is running und permitting tho body
to fall. This contingency, ho tie-!
clarcs, is usually carefully provided
against by tho manufacturer, but nt
tho snma time there Is danger that n
careless operator may neglect to
fasten tho supporting struts or braces
proporly when llftlhg tho body to
effect a wnysldo repair.
There should ho n grcnt crowd nt
the Ofphcum this cenlng to enjoy
tho unlimited amount of stoush Hint
will bo dealt out. Whnt sort of n
lion I tiin go up when tho "Demon"
steps Into the ring and face Nelson I
This go should bo ns willing ns llnr
kls was, nnd whllit the two scrap
pers nrc In tho limelight thero will
sure bo fur flying. Tho I'unchbowl
champion can light when ho Is
nrotised, nnd tlicro Is not much doubt
of his being stirred up this ovcnlng.
Nelson has done well In tho locnl
ring so far, and has answered every
call mudo on Ills fistic prowess up till
now. Tonight he will be up ngnlnst
tho toughest proposition he, so far,
tins butted Into, and It remains to
bo seen whnt ho can do against u
man who knows something of the
Another Interesting go will bo
Hint between Mnrlow and Whhllnnl.
The former has u great reputation
as n scrr.ppcr nnd, although wo hao
seen some much-boosted mcli who,
nn trlnl, turned out to bo tho veriest
dubs at the game, tho Max hi w dopo
comes from reliable sources, nnd tho
Lelleliun man must hnvo somo claims
to being a good mitt artist. Walit
lanl is n fairly good man, too, nnd
should mako tho soldier extend him
self that Is, If ho Is not an nhso
lutely first-class man. This contest
will be over n six-round period.
Tho Sllvn-Nclson match Is for
eight rounds, and tho four remain
ing events nre over the shorter routo
of four rounds. Altogether thero
will be six scrnpi, mid Hint should
be sufficient to satisfy everyone
Corren s. Henley; Stanley vs. Ilum
phrlss; IMatt vs, Ulchnrdson, nnd last
but not least ".Mnrntlion" Jackson vs.
Sarconl will form tho balance of tho
program. Tho Juckson-Sarconl go
should bo cry Interesting to watch,
ns It Is Mimo time slnco the former
lins beeh seen In tlio ring, Tho
charges for nijiulsslon to tho show nro
nf tho populnr order and u big
house sbould result.
Tho annual meeting of tho Hawaii
an Lawn Tennis Association will bo
held on Wednesday, April 14, at tho
Pacific Tennis I'liihhouro. The ob
ject ot the meeting will ha to ar
range dates for tho annual open tour,
nnment. Thero will bo numerous
events, Including singles, doubles unit
mixed doubles. Tlio championship of
tho Hawaiian Islands will bo played
off, and should bo a most exciting
event. I'luycrs from Maul and Ha
waii will compete with tho local play
crs. Krumbhnar, Baldwin, nnd Sav
age ot Puuncne muy be able to romo
down, and It will bo Interesting to
see how tho Maul cracks Btack up
against tho Kwa champions nnd local
Tho plantation tennis men will
probably enter freely for tho vari
ous handicaps und scratch events,
and may be depended upon to put up
good games. Tho double play should
bo very strong this year, as thero
aro a lot of nowcomcrs In tlio city
who piny good tennis. Tho Army
mon will huvo representatives In
tho field, nnd should mako a good
showing, Tho prospects for tennis
look very bright nt presont, and tho
game is booming everywhere.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 1, 1009,
Jti-om iu.'UU a. m. to 4 p. m.
Hmclta K Cornwoll to Walluku
Sugar Co , CanL
Susan I Cnokson to Oahu Hallway
ft Land Co L
Sol Kauai nnd by tr to Woo Ngco, . L
Metropolitan Ment Co Ltd to A W
Carter . . , U
Metropolitan M6nt Co Ltd to Al
fred W Carter IIS
Tront Trust Co Ltd ot al to J Al
fred Mngoon I)
Kllcn C Kanolhnlau und hsb to J
Alfred Magoon M
Entered for Record April 2, 1800,
From 8 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Morltz A Hose Jo M K Schrador. . .1)
M K Schrader to Koslnn Iloso. . , . . D
A II Otis to It II Iloedy ct nl Itul
Tho Missouri Senate Committee on
i:ieemos)nnry Institutions und Pub
lic Health has recommended tho pas
sage of the nine-foot bed sheet law
and the bill providing a system ot
hotel Inspection Introduced by Sena
tor MrAllstcr. A similar bill has
been Introduced III tlm Iowor House.
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beer. It is this DIFFERENCE
that has made RAINIER (lie most
popular beer the world over.
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COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTUHE3
LOTS OF FUN GOOD MUSIC
Two entrances: Pauahi St, near
Nnuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 3, 1909.
30Rounds of Boxing
C0RREA, of Honolulu, vs. HEN
LEY, of Fort Shatter; 4 rounds at
RICHARDSON, of Camp Very, vs.
PLATT, of Fort Shatter; 4 rounds
JACKSON, of Honolulu, vs. SAR
CONL of Camp Very; 4 rounds at
STANLEY, of Honolulu, vs. HUM
PHRISS, of Camp Very; 4 rounds at
WAHILANI, of Honolulu, vs.
MARLOW, of 5th Cavalry; 0 rounds
at 135 pounds.
NELSON, of Camp Very,
Tho Fighting Dane
SILVA, of Honolulu
The Punchbowl Demon
8 ROUNDS AT lGO POUNDS.
Tickets on sale at Fitzpatriok Bros,
cigar store, corner Hotel and Fort
Admission, 25 centi; Reserved
Scati, 50c, 75c, and S1.00; Ring
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numberi of the Bulletin oHIee,
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