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Surfing Is To
The Outrigger Club Is milking
prcpnratluns for tlio opening of tlio
season, ami It Is iiruposril to mark
tlio event with n ball ami Illumina
tion of the lagoon during the danc
ing. The ladlds' annex building is
completed and everything Is now In
good -hnpe. Every afternoon par-
tics of children, nccompnnlcd by n
chapcrone, are to bo seen enjoying
thcni-clvcs In tlio surf. The Inst few
days have been Ideal for Bwtmmlng,
mid the water Is Just right now.
Tlio Outrigger Club Is undoubted
ly onu Institution Hint will bo kept
going In style. A fine lot of officials
arc In charge of tlio affairs of the
club, nnd surf-boarding, etc., is go
ing to boom this coming summer us
never before. Even now a great
number of would-be Krecths can bo
seen every morning nnd evening do
ing circus tricks on a surf-board,
which is balanced on the crest of a
huge breaker. Some of tlio youths
are very expert at tho game nnd tho
cries of astonishment from the new'
arrivals at tho beach aro as Inccnso
to tho boys.
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NEWS NOTES FROM
BY REX BEACH
Author of The Spoilers
A picture of the Klondike, a story of the con
flict of passions universal hatred born of ter
rible wrong, heart hunger unsatisfied and love
that sweeps away every barrier. Poleon, the
Great Heart, the character who caught the ar
tist's fancy, will captivate the reader. Such
high authority as the Boston Transcript says:
I In The Barrier Mr. Beach has written a story that is
' far stronger, far more gripping and powerful than
BULLETINS NEXT SERIAL
Tho Kamciianieha Cadets left
school Inst Monday, morning at 8
o'clock and tho battalion reached
Malum nt 11 o'clock. Tho boys at
once got to work unloading the
freight. After the cars wcro un
loaded a snund was detached for
kitchen duty. Then tho thrco com
panics began pitching tents. Com
pany C was the first company to
have all its tents up. This work-took
about an hour. Different sounds
wcro put to work on teachers' and
hospital tents. At o'clock the boys
had their lunch of pol, corn beef nnd
tea with crackers. The rest of tho
afternoon was spent In swimming.
On Tuesday morning tho cadets wcro
up early. The Ilrst squad of Com
pany C was put on kitchen duty for
the day, whllo the third squad of
Company I) was put on fatlguo duty.
After breakfast, which was at C
o'clock, six hunting squads wcro al
lowed out for tho dny. Somo of tho
boys bought their ammunition from
tho school supply. Tho school rifles
wero allowed to bo UBed. Tho day
was clear, which wns a help to tho
boys. During tho morning tho boys
had target practise, George Klnnoy
making tho highest score of 21
j points out of G.
The afternoon was spent In fish
ing and swimming; tho water was
pretty rough. About 3 o'clock tho
hunting parties began to return.
Eight goats were brought back to
camp. Tho next dny, Wednesday,
was not so clear as tho duy beforo.
Hunting and fishing parties went
out early in the morning and wcro
given orders to bo back at 3:30
o'clock. All tho boys wcro present
at camp at 4 o'clock for drill. The
cadets went through tho manual of
arniB for an hour and then wero dis
missed. Twelvoigonts wero brought
hack on Wednesday. In tho evening
different music clubs rendered somo
songs on tho beach. Dig bonfires
wcro built on the sen-shore.
T-iursday was a windy day, so
many of tho boys stayed in camp. Fri
day was a bad day; both wind nnd
rain came along 'In tho afternoon.
This wns the last day of hunting,
and so a big crowd went out for wild
goats, Tho record wns broken for
killing tho animals; sixteen goats
woro brought hack Jo camp. This
ended tho wcok's hunting. In tho
forenoon more tnrgct practice wns
taken up. Frank Mnckenzlo mailo
tho highest score, making 18 points.
Saturday was tho last day In camp,
nnd most of It was spent In clearing
up tho baggage and tonts. In the
morning many of the boys went In
swimming for tho last time. After
dinner different Lquads wcro detailed
to pack up nnd strike tents. This
work wns over in about ono hour,
lly 2 o'clock everything was in
readiness for starting back to school
All the squad tents, numbering six
teen, wero left standi!:.? on tho
grounds. These tents woro left for
the Kamehameha girls, who go down
today for four days' camping
When tho boys reached school they
wcro all tired out and Principal
Uorno was glad that no accidents
had occurred whllo at camp. The
boys havo great alpha for Lieutenant
Winters, U. S, A., for allowlug tho
cadets tho uso of tho new rifles nud
tho manner In which he allowed
their use. About sixty goa.B wcro
Hilo Is Making
Hilo Is making great preparations
for tho Fourth and, ns usual, horse
racing will bo the trump-card. Still,
a great deal of interest is always ta
ken In tho field events, and the ham
mcrthrow, shotput, high Jump, and
hurdlo races aro tho cause of much
excitement in tho rainy city nnd Kb
surrounding districts. Plantation
men from tho extremes of Hnmnkua
to the onds of Kan, manage somehow
to get Into town for tho Fourth
and don't they whoop up things, too,
In stylo! Thcro is nothing liko It
In any other part of Hawaii.
Men, who at their last meeting had
clasped hands somewhoro north of
tho Tweed, run Into ono another In
Demosthenes', and then what a howl
of delight goes up. "What! Is that
you, Sandy!" "Aye, mon, how Is It
wl' you, Jock? When did you nr
rlvo?" And then tho national bov
erngo Is called for and yarns are
swapped until It is timo to depart for
One year Is much liko another, nnd
thnt means that they aro all good.
Everyono has money, nnd no ono Is
scared of risking a wad on a favorite
gce-gco. O'Kourko Is ono of the
leading sportsmen of tho town, and
his horses, always trained to tho
minute, can bo relied upon to run
straight. Many visitors aro planning
to mako tho trip to Hilo for tho
Fourth, and those who havo beon
thcro beforo, and who have tasted
tho dollghtinof tho Crcscont City, aro
simply longing to wander up Front
street nnd around tho corner to
whefo tho bunch congregates.
Tlio races promise to bo real good
this year, as no ono horse In particu
lar' seems to stand out so much bet
ter than tho rest, as was tho caso
wlth Ilanonlca last raco-day. Dicky 1
Davis ot Maul and Louis Warren of
Oahu mny bo relied upon to tako a
horse or twb over for tho Fourth, and
If tho latter cleans up things as he
did last year there will bo somo sur
prised sports In Kilo.
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YOU can't tell by the appearance of miik
whether or not it is pure. It may be rich and reason
ably clean, 'butunless the BACTERIA
have been DESTROYED, it is not
safe. " ' '
P rt-!v!- I
is trustworthy. It has been cooled to stop
bacteria development, the water taken out, and
the rich remaining product immediately sterilized. " "' '"
If you have an idea that tinned milk isn't just as dcligh.ful to the
taste as fresh milk its because you have in mind the old-fashioned-condensed
milks. Try CARNATION for cooking, for tea or Coffee, on
berries. Its delicious.
Henry May & Co., Ltd., Z
Wednesday, April 7
At 9 h. m., officers and cadets
lesiYe on special train for Ilalelwa,
as guests of the Honolulu Chamber
After 2 p. m., both ships open to
From 7 to 9 p. m., flagship band
will play at L'mma Square.
Tuesday. Airil 8
umccru anu caaets wno dm not go
on the Ilalelwa trip will bo taken to
tho Pall by auto, as guests ot the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce.
Friday, April 9
unv:erB anu cacieis win ne me
guests ot Hon. S. M. Damon at his
country estate at Moanalua.
From 9 to 11 a. m., the flagship
band will play In the Capitol
Saturday, April "10 t
Depart ior nuo.
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Thcro will bo n public moonlight
band concert this (Wodnesdny) even
ing at, 7:30 at Aala Park.
March Tho Dersagllerl ....Ellenberg
Overture Light Cavalry Suppe
Ballad Tho Holy City Adams
Itcmlnlsconcos of Verdi Godfrey
Vocal Hawaiian songB..ar. by llerger
Selection Sunday Parado Humo
Introduction Carmen Dlzet
Finale Japanoso Mcdolics
or. by Llerger
Tho Star Spangled llnnner.
Tho band will play this afternoon nt
tho naval wharf for tho Japanoso men-
THE REAL BOCK
Brewing Bock Ilcer requires fncll
itlce which oxlst only In tho largest
browerlcs on tho mainland. Tho best
of It comes from tho Stnto of Wash'
lngton and tlio best In that Statu Is
brewed In tho llalnler Brewery, It
will bo on salo at all bars and cafes In
Honolulu on Wednesday. Order rtnln
ler for purity.
brought back to camp. All of tho
school-teachers from Principal Hnrno
down aro well satisfied with tho out
tng, as It has developed tho boys. In
firearm prnctlco and camp llfo. Not
a single ucciuont occurred to mar
killed In nil, but only fltty-ono wero tho outing, II. O
BRAHAM LINCOLN once asked a friend
a conundrum that runs something like, this:
"If you called a sheep's tail a leg, how
many legs would the sheep 'then have?"
When his friend said "Five," Lincoln replied:
"No, it would have only four because CALLING
a sheep's tail a leg doesn't make it so."
Suppose we apply this conundrum t,o modern
CALLING every . scheme "advertising" that
masquerades under the name of advertising does not
make it so. The merchant needs be sharp to select
the sheep from the goafs, for he can lose money
just as fast turning down advertising mediums of
in scattering nis rorcc in
that comes up.
proven value as ne can
every catcn-penny device
The best way is to
trained advertising man
just as he does on the advice
employ the services of a
and ' r.ely upon his advice
of his lawyer in legal
e re here to serve.
The Ghas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 Jvine street rh
HIGH-CLASS PAFER-HANfllVO, DEC0RATW&, ' '
AND GENERAL PAINTWa.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
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It up. DO IT NOW.
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Not. 60-71 BereUnif. St.
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