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nVUNINCI lUIM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAY, MAY 10. I90S.
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This oil lubricates never Rums). Cleans. Polishes and
Tn-tenti Rust on Hctils. Gunv Hevolvcrs, Tools, Cycles,
Talking Machines. T wvntrrv Sewing Machines, etc.
It n nqt uu in tin. not glass and each tin has a spout so
tliet cveiv time you b n Many Use Oil a uoo.l squirt can is
Manv IHe Oil h n eiod ml put up in a handy package,
.mul every one should have a ran or more about the house.
Try a 20c lan anil sec how jou like it.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
SOU. AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
? iU&aMJAajcgKRttaa "iMIIiff
iir season of 1009 nmoni this
per suit up.
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Week Atav 10th
THE POPULAR TAVORITES
Prcscntiim a Repertoire of the Latest
Sr;cinl Wednesday Matinee
School children, 10c; adults, 23c
to all parts of the house.
Weantsaay and Thursday, the Pret
ty "ural fiomedy,
"FROM FARM TO FACTORY."
Friday and Saturday.
"SHADOWS OF NEW YORK."
Evening pricas, 25c. 50c, 75c.
Scats now on sale for all perform
We want you to come and
ice our handsome assortment
of fine Chinese and Japanese
You may not need them
now, hut you'll want them
when yon see them.
Thev will give you some
new ideas in house furnish
iiiR. Lowers & Cooke,
177 S. Kini; Street.
to give jou the very finest class of
hand work at the same prices you
nrc now paying for machine laun
J. Abadic, Prop.
Dees jour typewriter or phono
graph need repairing? Do you want '
it done right and by a man who un-'
dcrstands his business and has no
typewriter agency, and therefore
needs show no favor to any one make
of machine? Then call uu G. L.
LENORD. Phone C88. 102 Hotel St.
BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Leave Orders A Day in Advance
VIENNA BAKF.RY I
1129 Fort St, Phone 197. 1
shipment, prices from $1.00
Mrs. A. B. Ingalls,
j On May 13, at 8 P. M.
;At the residence of Gov. Walter F.
I Miss Margaret Clarke Pianist,
I Miss Werthemueller Pianist. .
I Rev. Canon Wm. Ault, Baritone,
I will assist.
A SPANISH ROMANCE
EX-C0NVICT NO. 000
Change of program thres times t
week Monday, Wednesday and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not nn ill-smcllinp; closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST M0VINO PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
W I R I N Q
Of all kinds done in n thorough way
at reasonable prices by the
Harrison Blk, Fort and Bcretania.
Brown fc Lyou Co.
ALAKEA AND MERCHANT
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Kditorinl Room Phone 185,
jYacht Cruise Is
! A Huge Success
(BIO CROWD OF EXCURSIONISTS MAKE THE TRIP DOWN GLADYS
! LEADS THE FLEET OF WHITE-WJNGED BOATS MERRY PIC
' NIC AT YACHT CLUB QUARTERS.
I Vnll I-... ln.A.lt ..!..! 1
I ,,i.-ii, I ill jinhvivui i-AciMiim-u
the t'ocknoj. -Why. ore's n 'nrlior
(Hint could float hull the bonts of the
llemplre. What htm health did they
(build 'Onolulii hup there for?"
Tho Luku wbk howling along nl n
i six-knot salt, and the whltc-wlnged
licet of yachts, large and small, wire
endeavoring to keep pnic with the
hooker The Cockney had cottoned
on to the II tt 1 I e 1 1 ii man, mid his
rcmniks wero full of truth and show
rd keen uppicclatloii of things In
general. "Why don't they shift Hie
lilootnltf town down 'cro?" he re
in.uked, as wo swung around the
side of I'ord'M Island. On being un
Mvcrcd that another llotioliiht was
detained to grace the shores of l'earl
Harbor he contented himself liy bay
ing, Well, that'll llo K., hut It Is
ha hleedlii' shame tho city was not
hcrected 'ere I"t Ilrst."
And thp cioual observer, knowing
nothing of thp ailotiH depths of the
water In Ihn heaiitiftil land-locked
luii hoi. It needed very little stretch
of the Imagination to picture tho
uunii'roiiH hays teeming with ferry
boats and the lints and heights
crowded with houses of all descrip
tion. Cord's Maud loomed up In the
Imagination as a huge playground for
the city. Uacc track, ball grounds,
'lentils ((itntt. dancing pavilions and
an niiloniobllp track seemed, In the
mind's vc, dotted over the Isle, and
nil along the shores boat eluli houses
mid swimming baths seemed to
When one gets the measure of
l'earl Harbor Into the brain, nstou
Ishnipn gives wny to anger, to think
that the mngnlllccnt sheet of water
has been so long neglected. Hut
this Is not an account or the yacht
crulsp. mi hptp goes.
The fleet got started at 10:30 u.
in , and a beautiful sight It present
ed as Hip yachts swung Into line and
ranged up nlnngsldp the I.uKa, which
was In tow of the Moiokl. Kvery
boat was crowded, and everybody
whs In tho highest of spirits. It was
fill lllpnl llflV fnp ullMl ii n nvinimlnn
and the wind, although a little light
for the larger craft, sailed the mos
quito fleet down tn tho ground, or
rather tho water. After leaving the
harbor the Gladys, hugging the shore.
came along In fine stylo and kept
hue to tho l.ul.n for tho most of '
jthc way down. Tho rest of the llo-1
una ...-in sumo nisiuiicu oui 10 se.i
befoio going about, and coming on
tho other hoard. The nindjs In tho
meantime slipped through tho wa -
water at a very fast ratu and was
handled in groat style.
As far as could bo seen fiom the
.uhii uip.iiinvnii socmen in ue nuiK-
ing little Headway at tho start, but
later on, when sho run Into a sti ling
er lii-pczv, rapidly made up leewaj,
and up to tho time sho tried thn over
land iiiuto was well up with the rest
of tho boats. It was at beacon No.
13 tlint tho Hawaii got here, but no
damage was iluiip, as slip was quickly J
Hauled away from tho unlucky mini
: Juit before turning Into the chnn-
ncl proper the Knpolel, with Ocorgo
Kenton at thp IipIiii, lan up to gleet
the I. uka The way this craft was
handled was a treat to watch, and
her skipper did sonic fine work at the
tiller among the shoals and between
Half a dorcn power boats came
out to meet the Iiiika, nnd the Ha
waiian band, under Captain Merger's
control, plnjcd some stirring airs.
The band was lonifortnbly fixed on
board the .Mokolll and during the
run down gate some choice selec
tions. The l.ula Is a ory comfortable
craft to travel on, and all the ar
rangements were perfect. There was
an abundance of chairs, and awnings
were opened over the decks. Itcclln
Ing in ono of the Wicker chnlrs with
n good cigar and a Cockney for com
pany seemed as near to heaven as a
newspaper man my ever oxpect to
get the Cockney acted as a tonic
and supplied the necessary fun.
The Mokolll, with the Luka In tow,
reached the rendezvous at 1 o'clock
and pvcr.wme quickly scampered
ashore. The rest of the fleet arrived,
shortl) afterwards tho Gladys In
the lead- and then there was a cnll
to kaukan. And say, didn't the
hunch do Justice to tho refresh-
ments? There was an abundance
of good things and plenty of "soft
stuff" to wish It down with.
Luncheon over, .the band went
over to the pavilion and boon the
ever-popular two-step and giddy
waltz wrrc In full swing. The danc
ing was continued for an hour or
o and thiM the order "All nboard"
The yachts got away In good time,
and the Hawaii was the last to leave,
at 3:30. The d.ukn, once more In
tow of the Mokolll, started off
amidst strains of Aloha oc, and the
II u I 1 e t I n representative, losing
! his pal. the Cockney, beat It for tho
train so ns to bo In time to sec the
N (5. II. hand out the lemon to the
Shatters. Just us the train rnn Into
the Honolulu a tremendous roar was
heard from Anla Park and but
that's another story.
The following yachts look putt In
Iho outing: Tho Hawaii, Gladys,
Kanicliainehn. Charlotte L. Sural-
and llclcnc. The l.uka. Ke-llaulanl,
;; Mokolll and half a dozen other craft
I swelled tho ranks of the excurslon-
, iwtB and formed a line sight us the
,wholo licet sailed down tho coast.
The yachts all got home In good
tltno. and the Mokolll, with tho Luka I
and Spray in tow, urrUcil safely homo '
time after the sailing bunch reach-
od the harbor.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Buckley, Jr.
A friend to knead
That's a friend indeed
IS SUPERIOR TO
Henry May &
IT TO DOUGHBOYS
FORT SHAFTER MEN FORCED TO
BITE THE DUST.
J ,, AU1 t W A T Asia
Chinese Athlete waae into Aaias
and Hand Out Slacked Lime
Coating Invincibles Prove
Their' Claim to High-Soundlnc
Harry's Ilcauts came as close to be
ing beaten yesterday afternoon at Anla
Park, by the Kort Shnftcr hoys, ns
evei they will bo without tho dread
Neither side scored up till tho fourth
Inning, nnd everything poluted to a
rattling close game. Then tho Ilcaiitu
made three, all In a bunch, and the
fans went made with delight.
Dut, wow! What happened In iho
fifth? Why the Shatters simply flow
across the homo plato till it mado n
mini think It was a merry-go-round ho
wan wnlpblnir. nnd not a baseball
I match. When tho giddiness wore off,
a glance at tho scoreboard showed that
Chilton's Chcrublns bad piled up seven
yes seven runs.
What ho! Sho humps! Avast there!
Hut tlint Is getting i jnchtlng story
mixed up with a hall gitnc, so to our
muttons, With n lead or four runs
things looked good for the Shatters,
hut tho Guards made two, In their fifth,
and the game again took on a better
aspect for them.
Neither side scored in tho sixth, but
n tho seventh tho Wilbur Wright act
was brought off In stylo. Harry's
neatits knocked up six runs, and then
tho deluge. Ten to seven was the final
score, with the unbeaten Guards tho
nushncll did fine work for tho N. O.
II., nnd was- well supported by Soares,
who caught In first class style. It Is
hard to pick out good Individual' play
ers from an nil-star team, but Soares
certainly has first class baseball knowl
edge) In his bra In box.
Doloiin pitched with hard luck, and
the support accorded him by some of
tho fielders was very poor. The third
baseman was responsible for n lot of
tho scoring dono by tho N. O. II.. and
had Holoun only had good support, tho
result would have been much closor.
l)ateman played his usual good
! game, ns did McCall, Moran and Oak
I ley. Thero was a lot of wild throwing,
' anil this tendency of the Shatters will
I havo to bo eliminated heforo they can
hope to Impiovo much. It wns pitiful
to watch Holoun doing such good work
and then to sco It nil spoiled by faulty
fielding and bad throwing to bases.
Thero was a tremendous crowd nrcs-
cut. and tho spectators stood six and
seven rows deop all around tho park,
Tho bandstnnd was well patronized by
'he officers and their ladles, and tho
keenest Interest was shown In tho
name. Sergeant Barry looked very
gluhi when tho Shaffers mado their
big tally of seven In tho fifth, but soon
ihcored up when ho heard tho ding
dong of tho bell whon It signalled six
for tho Guards In tholr seventh.
Tho Guards hao a plaster on the
championship now, but It will bo an
Interesting strugglo for second and
third places In tho sorloo. Tho Mar-
Whitney & Marsh
65c a yard. AH
Hawaiian Iron Fence
HEXT TO YOUNQ BLOC 176.1M
lues and Klflli Cnvnlry will linvo n
tough ro for Hocoml lionorH, ami pox
Rllily tho Fort Shatter team will mir
prloo I lie rent before tlin oaon cikIh,
Tho flint Ramc wan liotwocn tlio C.
A. C. nnd AulaH, nnd reunited In a win
for the former team liy a Bcoro of 2 to
0 . It was a well fought-out game, and
kept the fnim going nil tho time. The
C. A. Cs. liy thtH Ictoiy become tho
champlonx of tho first series, nnd they
will now piny tho AbIuh for tho chain
plnnidilp ot the wholo ncrlcx. Ilnuo
liall fan certainly got n great iluy'a
Hport yesterday, nnd no Iokm (Iiiiii threo
R.imeH were played during the day. In
Iho morning Vlerra'n "Invincibles" put
it over the Yokohama bank to tho tuno
of 14 to 7. Thin, too, was an Interest
ing gaino while It lasted nnd ceitnlnly
provided much fun for tho spectators.
Tho score of tho Military l.cnguo
gumo wns ns follows:
McCall, 21) 4 110 4 2 0
Moran, rf. I 1 1 1 t 0 n
I.emm, 3b ss 4 0 1 0 1 3 n
Datcman, c 3 1 n 2 S 1 it
Oongol. cf, t 1 1 1 2 0 0
Ellis, If 3 1 1 0 0 0 ii
Oakley, lb 4 (I 3 0 S 1 1
tloliin. p 3 1 2 0 1 n 1
Itamscy, ss 2 110 10 1
Durallt, 3b 2 0 0 0 1 0 I
Totuls" 33 7 10 4 21 7 7
. N. G, II.
aii it nn sn o a i:
Lemon, h. .... ,..: 1 o o 1 3 1
Kaal, r(. ....'i....3 0 1 0 2 0 0
Dushncll, 3 3 4 0 0 7 0
Sumner, rf S 1 2 11 1 2 0
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
L. B. Kerr & Co;,
and Monument Works
l.ota, 3b I 2 1 1 1
Kala, 2b I 1 (I 1 n 3 '
Mnrcalllno, Hi. ...4 1 0 0 10 u,
Soares, c I 1 .1 1 3 u n
...I 0 1 2 3 o n
Totals 10 10 12 5 27 17 1
1 2 3 I S 6 7 8 'J
nuns 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 07
II. II 0 2 0 10 0 0 1 0 10
N. O. II.
Huns it 0 0 3 2 0 5 0 - Hi
I). II 1 1 1 2 2 2 .1 0 12
Twobaso hits, MoiAn, Oakley, Hu-
lun 2, Ilushiicll 2, l.ota, Soares; hit by
I pitcher, Lemon; babes on bulls, off Ilo-
lun 1, Ilushnell 1; t-truck out, by llo
Inn C, Ilushnell 1; wild throw, Itiiiu
spy; sacrlflco hits, I.emm, Kills, llo
Inn, Kulu, Mnrcalllno; doublo play, Mr
Call to Oakley. Tlmo of game, 1 hour
43 minutes; umpire, K. Fenidiidez,
hcoier, W.'TIn Chong.
tt M U
Additional Sports on Page 7
THE SAN FRANCISCO THEATRE.
Stiiudliig room only was the cry
nt tho popular open-air theatre on Sat
unlay nlclit and business was good nil
jweek, Tho music Ih excellent ami the
I hugo 'screen adds much to the enjoy
ment id tho pictures. Prizes are drawn
for oery Wednesday night.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
eirdt on sals at
tht Bulletin office.
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