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BVnXtNO nULl.KTlN. IION'QU'I.I', T. II., FRIDAY. tAY 7, lfl)9.
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"MANY USE OIL"
Thi oil lobi - 1 n ':ms). Cleans, Polishes nnd
Invert' Ei .t . . . i. O.mi. Revolvers, Tools. Cycles,
Talkuu M. . "s T 'i ,,i ",". Sewing Marhtncs, etc
It t i jr ni t ii not hs. and each tin lias a spout so
ilia '.i--. . : i' mm b , v.i.iy isc Oil a rocJ cquirt can is
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W u i 1 1 iu ' ,i 1. cat ut in a handv package.
,-tucl ' . i . i ir should 1. ; a can or more about the house.
ii . 'ji. i an and ho.v you like it.
E.-0.HALL& SON, LTD.
LOIK AGENTS ro?. THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
for Mason of lOOOanio.iR this
lor suit up
KINO AND 3F.:iiL SIS
. wM ll.fft'KjiWHwlia yy-wWMM hwh
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Genuine, j;st the sort Grandma brewed for your pleas
ure You will find it at our fountain Cool. leficshinif,
he.iltlii'ut It quenches thirst and puts vim in your com
pji.tion Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTiL AND FORT STREETS.
Week May Ora
THE POPULAR FAVORITES
Presenting a Rcpcrtoiic of the Latest
Special Bargain Matinee Saturday,
Children under ten years, 10c;
Adult3. 25c. ; to all rmrts of the house.
MONDAY AND TUESDAY.
Chas Hoyt's Griatti' I'omcdv
"A TEXAS STEER.'
Evenin;, prices, 25c , COc, 75c.
Scats now on sale for all perform-
to Rive jou the very finest class of '
hand woik at the same prices you
aic now paying- for machine laun
drmi' F R E H C II
J. Aladie, Prop.
h ,r, n
fa i , h. 11 v .tu r-
VTi M ti TuV-n-i'-'fc rt nm-wi n
Phone 73 ,
Brown & Ljron Cof
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Dees your typewriter or phono
crat)U need repairing ! Do yon wan'
it done right and by n iran who un
derstands his busincs nnd lia3 no
typewriter agency, and therefore
needs show no favor to auv on; make
of machine? Then call un G. L.
LEN0RD, Phone G08. 1C2 Hotel St.
shiiimcnt, piiccs from $1,00
THE BEAUTY AND THE BEAST;
HUMP1Y DUMPTY CIRCUS.
Changs of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday, and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium,
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Childien 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Merry-Go Bound. 1
HOTEL ST. op p. KEKAULIKE ST.
Changes Every Monday
virvc; is ANr) 10 CENTS
WI It I N G
Of all kinds done in n thorough way
at reasonable nricrs hy the
Harrison Blk Fort and Beretania.
The old nnRllsli Rame (if nickel
Bi'i'ini' 1" lie III a bad wnv once unite
nml li Ik almost Impossible to Ret
liiilirh nf men mil to make up a coitpli
r elt-U'iiH This Is a deplorable slat-"
in affairs mill Is timcli tu l)u leRrelled
ii the R.mie seemed tn liuvp iikhIi a
ficsh start when the Ililtlidi inni l
war were hero
The captain mill lce-captaln of the
i local club do their best to Ret llii' pi i-
i'ik out In the Maklkl Rrouuds, but llmi
It a banl Job to make a man puunlm'
to turn up MiiKt of the older plnM-nt
seems lo liiiM- no tluiu for crlrki't now-ii-iIiib
nail iih a matter of lact, very;
few of them can Ret away on S.uur
tlav alteinoons. Still, now mid attain
i men ilo obtain an afternoon off, ami It
1 Ik ii ilt that they will not ki out to
Hie Rto'inds anil hae u strike.
If possible, a match will ho played
loinoiiow afteniooii, and If enough
I men do not attend to make up two
elevens, prartlre will lie Indulged In,
Captain MuUIII Is going minimi asking
le.icb member If be will turn tun and
tbt captain finds It irn tllsctiiiiagliiR
lt hae men Kay lliey r.itiuot possibly
Ro out for a R.ime. A big elTort kIioiiIiI
be made to keep the came Ruing, for
titlierwlru when a ciltketliiR ship nr
lives In port we will not be ulile to put
a learn In the field.
The Rame lias been kept Ruing for
many yearn, and It Is m be hoped Hint
It will no! be allotted to dlo ill Hono
lulu. Tbt it- are quite a number of
uettcoinerH who play the Rime, and It
would be ii r od Llva lo canvass them
as to Ihelr Joining the club. The
youth of the clt are tho ones to get
the K.ini.i going propeily, and tin effort
should be made to Interest them III tho
The following players are retiuested
to turn out tomnimw afternoon: H, J.
Iliichlv J It M Maclcnn. It. Antlurson.
.1 II. FltliliM I). I.. Wlthlngtnn, C. K
.Mnxwcll. II j. Aycra, Dr. II. .1. Pottle,
J II. Walker. J M. Tucker, N. Deon.
V lliown. W Ilurrlson
n n ::
School Ball Is
Tomorrow afternoon on tho Kiun
diamond two of tho most excltliiR
Rames of the InterscholiiBtlc icrlen
will be plaed, and as all four school
teams ate tied at piescnt, an lutcr
estliiR xtiiiRglo Is looked forward to.
The St Louis, O.thu College, High
School mid Kanis have each won two
games out of four played. It is
i Impossible to say at present which
team will win tho championship, as
all four appear to have an excellent
chance of pulling off the much co
Kacb team has, of course, got Its
admlicrs, who claim that their boys
cannot possibly lo"so out in tho long
inn, and It is ceitnlnly fine to tee
such enthusiasm amongst the lads.
There Is no fear for tlio national
game In the futuio as long as we
havo tho jouugsters us :eeu on the
spoit as they aio at piesent. And
lemarkably good Raines tho boys put
up, too; their play Is a treat to
watch, and gives piomlso of home
line doliiRs on tho diamonds later on.
I V '"Cj "T
,V 1 "'' I
The Hli-li1- are thought to have nil
extra roihI liance of winning the
chnmplamlnii but tho other teatiM
will have '" be reckoned with, and
from iirrmii appearances the wholo j
contest ! KidiiR to be a very close
one. Tiiiniii row's two Ramos will
tell a tab and may rIvo a line on i
how the Dili's Is RolnR to pan out. '
The Intii" holnstlc series of base-j
ball this 'in Is about as Rood us
ever has i n seen in Honolulu, and
the prcsen' Raines are bcliiR attend
ed by n p. ir number of hall fans.
NEWS NOTES FROM
There wll be n practice Rntnc of
baseball 'twecn the tlrst and second t crowu OI ,c"n"' l,pol"c ls expecieu
teams of Hie Kaniehnineha Schooisl'" nt,cml thJ cour,s: lne '"'" '
next Krld.n afternoon on the school ,hc cl,,u wl" dispense tea, unit all
Rrtmnds. The second team will play rackct w'ehlers of the city are In-
tho second nine of the Oabii College I
on Momhn alternoon, on the hitler's
The Kainehamehn cadets are drilling
hard these last few weeks of school,
and they t pect to make a Rood show
ing on I), (inatlon day. The battulllon
will ctttei the parade with their rium
and belts tor the Hist time this year.
Tho K.iiiieliameha I'rcp kids will
have a Held and tract: meet at tho
school Rroiinds Friday afternon at 2
o'clock, ""he little chaps havo been
tralnliiR haul these past few wcoku.
l'rlzes wIP be rIvcii to tho winners.
The return mutch between tho
Wall, Nichols baseball team and the
Yokohama Speclo Hank will bo'Play
cd on Sunday morning at 9 o'clock,
and promises to be it good game.
Vlcrra's "Invlnclbles," us the Willi,
Nichols bunch nie now known, are
determined to whitewash the bank
ers this time, and as their team has
been made much stronger it may
rnmo about that tho booksellers beat
the bookkeepers. At any rate the
Riimo Is going to bo a lonR-drawn-out
tale of Joy, and anyone wishing to
have a good morning's fun (after go
ing to church, of course,) bad better
take a car down to Anla Park nnd
watch the "Invlnclbles" and the "Uu
daunteds" nt work on the diamond.
The Hawaiian News Company Is
out with a challenge to the "Invlncl
bles.' nnd nip to lin nrrnmmndiiled
on Sunday week probably Tho em-lwho nro ll'ft ln tno emt-flnals nre
plojes of tho Stangewnld building , B- s- lIce- W. L. Warren. A. J. Low
are also anxious to have u eh at I "V " A- " Cnnhu.
Vlerra's Viilentlncs. and no doubt1
thev will alto be taken on In the
near future. Killers & Co. expect to'
put It all over the other lot of ball
JugglerB, and there will be some
thing doing when their team runs
up against some of tho other clubs,
Han-ball seems to be llouilshlng all
I over the city ,nnd the nxt team will
I piobnbly bo muile up of somo of the
bcbnol glrlB of the Territory. ,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
"''illrH'n Editorial Room Phon 185
By Hour or Trip.
G. G. Beokley, Jr.
A friend to knead
That's a friend indeed
IS SUPERIOR TO
Henry May &
Gee Shows Fine
Form On Ten
The Wall Cup tournament Is now
In the netni-flnal stage, and has
reached u very Interesting point
There arc four men left in the tour-
naiucnt, anil all appear to have an
excellent chance of pulling off the
prize. V. I. Warren, who has a
leg In for tho cup, looks to have a
first-class chance of getting a firmer
grip on the trophy, and If be can dis
pose of (See, who Is playing in gieat
form, should once more be returned
It Is hoped to play the finals to
morrow afternoon, ana a largo
""", ,u "'"'' '" """ ,,u,,;" w'1"
promises to be a very good after
Yesterday the first match played
was between Captain Lowe anil 1.
S. Gee, nnd three sets had to be.
played to decide the struggle. The
first set was a hard fought one, and
the play of both men was excellent.
Clee's forehand drive was very ac
curate, and he found the side lines
repeatedly. Low put up a lino
game, and five-all saw both players
going strong. The Bet ran to four
teen games, and then wbb won by
Low 8-fi; It was a fine, woll-fougbt-out
go. Tho next set was also loag
one, nnd no less than sixteen games
had to be played before the deciding
stroke wnh mndo by (loo, who took
the set 9-7. W'th one set to tho
credit of either man, the Interest in
the match was aroused to fever point,
and another long sot was looked foi
ward to. However, flee, playing In
grand form, and making very few
mistakes, took tho third and decldlpR
set C-4. Tho total game, showed
that Oce had won 21 19 Low's 19
which Is remarkably close going.
A. J. Lowrey and II. S. Gray also
had a three-set match io decide who
was the better man, and tho former
won two out of three after losing
the 111 pt set 3-C. He took the two
remaining sets 6-1, C-4. ,
W. L. Warren defeated II. 11.
Ilooth two sets to one, the lntter tak
ing the second set C-4. The other
two went to Warren C-2, C-4. This
was a good set to watch also, and
was much closer than tho score
would Indicate. The four players
The soml-flnnls will bo played this
I afternoon. a follows: At 4 oclock:
-V ?nha vs. A. J. Iiwrey; at 4.30
I ciock. h. s. uce vs. w. i.. warien
Ciiulia and Lowrey aro scratch men
and will therefore play on oven terms
Warren Is n scratch man and gives
(ice. a Class 1 man, balf-flttcen. Both
matches will be three out of five sets.
The play will bo of tho highest class,
as these four players aro In fine form
ami always glvo u good account of
Tbu Kamehamcha Alumni Assocla
Hon will havo Its monthly meeting to
night In tho Club House on Fort
street at 7.30 o'clock. All tho members
aro urgently requested to be present,
as mutters of Importance will be ill
Whitney & Marsh
Just to hand
Mean Money for
The Clearance Sale is
Tho 1'earl Harbor excursion seems
to be looming up as u great event,
and the interest that Is being shown
In the outing is only an Indication of
what Honolulu is ready and capable
of doing In the Bporttng line. No
less than six yacht's accommodation
has been completely sold out, and
the rush for tickets for the remain
ing boats Is remarkable. There Is
still room on the larger craft, and
the Mokolll and Luka can stand a
few more passengers, but anyone
wishing to purchase 11 ticket had bet
ter hurry up, as tho sale of the neces
sary passes closes tomorrow at 2
0'ckick. In order to let the caterer
have sufficient time to prepare for
the big ciowd, It is necessary tu stop
the sale of tickets a day befoie the
picnic; he must know in advance
Just how many peoplo are going to
Drawing To A
THE BARGAIN SALE that has become a
chapter in the history of retailing
in Honolulu is coming to an end. We
are making further reductions in prices.
Goods fast-selling will be cheapened
with those that go slowly.
L B. Kerr & Co.,
make tbo trip.
The Spray, Malolo, Hawaii, Ilelene,
Mr. Ilowcn's yawl, and Mr. Jaeger's
launch are nil sold out. There la
still room on tho Kamchameha,
Gladys and Charlotte C. Captain
Whitney has put the Ilelene into
commission, und the sails are now
being bent on her. She will be a
great acquisition to the excursion
party, and the courtesy of tho owner
Is much appreciated by the commit
tee in charge.
Mr. Ilonlne, tho moving picture ex
pert, will bo on hand to take linns
of tho yachts and stirring events of
the day. The whole show promises
to be ope of the best stunts pulled
off fur many a day ln Honolulu, and
ull that Is required now Is that the
day be 11 fine 0110 and that the gentle
breezes blow In good shape.
Irate Parent: Am I to understand
there Is some Idiotic affair between
you und that Impecunious young ass,
Lord Hllarls? Kalr Daughter (very
sweetly): Only you, papa. Illustrat