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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 tt'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.
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ine the EVER READY.
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OPERA' HOUSE, Saturday, April 10
POLLARD'S NO, I CO.
Scats on sale at Bergstrom Music Co., 25c, COc, 75c
Tim Knplolanl rinsebnil Leaguo Is
getting ready flint for tlio cmiiliiK -k(iii
A meeting lias liocn called fur
tomorrow evening at tho liomo (if J,
I' Sllvii, Boiiil) Important luminous
will lie brought up lie fore thn meet
ing and I ho drawings fur tlio open
ing guinea iif tho series and tlio ar
ranging of k Schedule will bo at
Tlio leiiRilo will most likely start
play noxt Sunday, April II. This
mutter will lie settled at tho meet
ing on Wednesday night and It Is ,(o
ho hoped that an early start bo do
tldcir'on. Outslda of hlg-lcnguo Raines, babo
lia'll Is boomlnR for Hiiro. Plantation,
military, and several other leagues
novo framed up soino fine, schedules
anil there should bo real good ball
keen in tho near future. After all,
one. run seo Rood games outfldo of
tlio IiIr league, and An the powers
that bo seem to think that nothing
will bo douo to fix up tlio star events
at tho leaguo grounds, tho public
will liavo In bo satisfied with the
other leaguo ball, which, after all,
Is tho snmo, tlio only difference be
Ing in thn accommodation provided
:t n n
Fine Entry For
victory. Olson or tho O. It. & I,. Co.
Is another man who will run well,
and tlio snmo may bo suMl of C. K.
Charlie, n Chlnoso jouth.
Jack Scully Is working hard to
make tlio Marathon a great success
and feels confident that, given a fine
day, nil rocords for ball-Rrouud
rrowds will be beaten. Tho track,
nftor nil, pans out at flvo laps to the
mile. It would have been possible to
nrrango n qiiurter-inllo roitrse, but
that would. have meant that tho sp.ico
for tho spectators would liavo to bo
curtailed. As it Is now, tlio contest
ants wiy liavo to covor 130 lnps and
a a a
EWA TEAM AGAIN
FLAYS GOOD BALL
Kntrlcs for the Marathon closed at
G p, m. yesterday, and an Inspection
of tho list showed that no less than
thirty-two runners liavo put down
their names for tho ovent. This lino
Held assures n Rood race, and now
everything; is ready for tho long-distance
Quito a numbor of Ilawallans have
entered nnd it may be from their
ranks tho winner will enmo. Jim
Crane Is going la rouuietiilu.. 'Iie
Crane Is (going tor roiupebMu, .
race ami jlioulil liuflio tr bgld fild
Tho Kwa bos Journeyed to Aieu
yesterday and handed tho locals n
barrel of whitewash; ucoro 13 to ze
ro. Good, fast ball wob pluyed up' to
tho beginning of tho eighth, tho
scoro then being 4-0 in favor of Kwa.
Tno first Kwa man got Bare to llrsl
on an error, and then tlio homo team
simply went to pieces. Tho Alea
illtchcr tired bomowhat and tho
"Knndy Kids" soaked him consider
able. Tills Inning was responsible
for seven runs. Clark, tho Kwa
pitcher, kept the locals guessing, two
hits being all they could register
against hm. Ho accounted for 14
men, und neither pitcher walked n
man, 'Fernandez, for Kwa, caught n
good game, as also did Poo Yi'ui, for
the homo bunch, Kvory Kwa man
scored dining tho gamo ana In tho
eighth 11 men wont to bat. This Ih
tho second barrel Alea has now, hav
ing been presented with ono at Wal
nnao In tho opening gamo of tho
leaguo. Tho rospcctlvo teams were
Kwa a. It. Clark, p; M. Fernnn
doz, c; C. W. Olrvln, lb; M. Plata,
2b; Joo Kllas, 3b; J, 1', liento, bs;
Joo TravciiB, If; Jas. I.ulng, cf; J.
Vnnnatta (cap!.), rf.
Alea D. Llnmnul, p; A, Foo Yau,
c; J. Benito, lb; J. Peter, 2b; K.
Ayau (capt.), 3b; J, J, Gomez, ss;
I). Kupau, If; Andruw, cf; O, Wond,
Umpire Paul Hums.
New League Iror
Tho Military llaseball League was
formed on Hunday and u most at
tractive schedule has been arranged.
rhcre are four loams In the leaguo,
viz.: Fifth Cnvalry. Murines, N. O.
II., and 20th lufnntry at Fort Hlinf
tcr. Tho Raines will stnrt on April
2fi, and great preparations aro li"lng
mnilo to make tbo opening of tho
strlcs n splendid affair. Colonel
Schuyler will pitch tho first hall, and
it number of officers nro expected to
attend the first game.
A. K. Vlerrn was elected president
and manager or the longtime, Tho
other officers of tho league" uro K. I,.
Andrew, secretary, and Lieutenant
A. W. Chilton, trensurcr. Kxcoptlng
tho opening gamo, most of tho play
will bo at Aala Park and at Lellohiin.
The M-hedulo of tho leaguo Is as
Sunday, April 2T Cavalry vs. Fort
Shaflcr; N. O. II. vs. Marines. At
the league ball grounds.
Wednesday. April 28 Marines
vs. Fort 8hafler. At Aula Park.
Sunday, May 2 Cavulry vs. N. CI.
II. At Lcllohua,
Wednesday, May R Marines vs.
Cavalry. At Aala Park.
Sunday, May 9 Fort Shatter h.
N. O. II. At Aula Park.
Wednesday, May 12 Cavalry vs.
Fort Shufter. At I.ellehiia.
Sunday, May Ifi N. (I. II. vs. Ma
rines. At Aala Park.
Wednesday, May Id (morning)
Fort Shatter vs. Marines, At Aala
Sunday, May 23 N. a. II. vs. Cav.
airy. At Lcllohua.
Sunday, May 30 Marines vs, Cav
alry. At Lcllehua.
Sunday, Juno f, (Inst Rnmo) Fort
Shatter vs, N. a II. At Aala Park.
Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Dog
DR. P0TTIE can be consulted dailv at his office
at the corner of UNION and HOTEL STREETS.
Hospital for Sick Stock. Stock examined as to
soundness, ro purchase Ranchers and Plantation.
Assorted Cues STOCK REMEDIES j Veterinary
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
Fine Grass Linen mLi fe at
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sts.
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G. C. Bookley, Jr.
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