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EVENING. ndL,t.KTIN,,lioNOLUM T. II.. Tllimsri.VY, MAY 13, 1909
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and to do It well 1KP
"MANY USE OIL"
This oil lubricnt? (m-vrr gums), Cleans, Polishes and
Prevent Rust on Men's. Guns, Revolvers, Tools, Cycles,
TnlkhiR Machines, Tmeuntcis, Scwinj; Machines, etc.
It is put un in tin, not class, nnd each tin hns a spout so
that every time you b iv Many Use Oil a good squirt can is
Manv Use Oil is a nood oil, nut un in a handy package,
nnd every one should hate a can or more about the house.
Try a 25c can and tec how you like it.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Another line gpiriQ of ball was played tzeil reprcoutallvcs of clubs
at l.ellehua yesteiday, wlit'ii the rtirt ! are asked to send In a list of
Shatter lo b ran up against the Fight ) events, scliduled by thetn, th'it
UlS fifth, in the Military League they may be Included lu the
scries, ijuitu u minnier oi me snaiiur
Secretarlm or other author
Meau Mouey for
The Clearance Sale is
NEW GOODS JUST OPENED
for season of 1009 among this shipment, prices from $1.00
per suit up,
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KINO AND BETHEL STS.
fans made tho tilp out in hopes of
HuoiiiK their mon win. lint It was not
to lie, iih the Cavalry after a close and
exciting gamo tlele.ited the town team
K5 ' by ii stole of S to 3.
- j lloloun plti'iicil tor tho Shatters and
I did Rood work the Biipporl accurili.il
lilm was much better than on Hiiiuli
last In thu game against the Marin; n
ilntcmun caught Ills uMiil tine gamu
mid besides scored one of the line.
I mis his team got. Moran Old well
also, he 1,11(1 lloloun making u mi.
t'oi the Cavalty, Shcphard, (Ironing
er, (Union and Kainna, did the inn Ret-i
tlim, the Hint named Retting over the
homo plate safu twice. The Rume wai J only drawback In that It takes
program Address till comrou
nlcatluDs to the Sporting Edl-
tor, Evening Bulletin.
Ewa vs. Wallua.
Alea vs. Walauae.
:3. Irwin Cup.
June 11. Y. M, C. A.
urlng itrliles with the local men at
'-.I'olo Is the king of. sports, and Its
Dillingham Is In
The Anal gamo of polo for the sea
son was played at Hsu Mateo on May
2, and Walter Dillingham, or Honolulu,
showed excellent form In tho match.
Ihu following' account of the gamo
will bo read with interest by polo play,
ers lu the'se Islands:
Hvdi Krancls J. Carotin, Walter
Dillingham, Walter S. Hobart.
Whiles Itlchard M. Tobln, Kdward
Howard, Thomas A. Drlsroll.
ftidi, 10 Periods
TIHKS KOIt (10AI,.
umpired by J. Hanson nnd IiIh v. oik much cash to keep up a stable of Dillingham ....,.. ,,, C
was sutlstnctory to all the players, K. ponies that only the well-off young Whites, S Periods
I.. Andrew was knight of the pencil men can afford to take up the game. DrlscOl....... , 2
and kept track of the score In his imial Still the rest of the crowd who are Drlscoll". .'.... I 2
limitless style. 'always on the verge of being broke, Drlicoll .i.y..., 'I
Thu Shatter team Is playing with lean at least attend the games and Tobln '. .' - 4
l.n..l l..nl. .....I n... h I... In. I ....f.j- IL- I. ....- ..1. ITntlt,, P
iiuiii nun, uiiii me iu uu iiiiiiuic-tmi.ii ciljuy wieini'riirn milium UB lliueu,
mi the way they aro sticking to their I The practice game on Saturday
wink, which must ho ery galling ut will give a line on tho form of the
times, still the lads are determined to local players, and a look can be tali- First period 1
keep going to tho finish, and us they len at the ponies which, after all, are Second period 1
aro Improwng rapidly, may surprise,
fome of tho leading teams tietoie the
series is pan.
At present tho N. (!. II. Is uway In
thu lead, with a percentage of 1.004.
The Murines aru second with .C6C;
Cavalry third, .SOU, and thu Shatters
having lost all tlielr matches so fur
are lu tho zero clurs. It should bo an
Interesting battle between tho Marines
and Cuvaliy for tecoud place, and their
neM meeting will be looked forward
to with great interest by thu support
ers of both teams.
Everybody would llko to tee the
Shatters win a guuio, us they hau put
up some good plucky lights, and Imvu
had hard luck In pnu or two of thcl
matches, Lieutenant Chilton has done
a lot of coaching for his men, and has
put in spine hufd Work trying to get
them Into shupu.
Following s tho hcoro.
. ' AH It Mil SI) O A E
Mr.Call 0 0 J J 4 3 0,
Moran C 1 0 1 o 0
Lemni S 0 0 n 0 0
llaleinan 4 t 2 1 S 2
Oongol ,3 0 0 0 0 1
Oakley .,4 0 0 0 12 0
Ellis .4 0 I 1 1 0
lloloim ,...4 1 0 0 1 7
ltumuoy 3 0 0 0, 1 3
the most Important beings In thu t ,'ri period 1
Same. It Is indeed good news to Fourth period 1
hear-that the polo season Is opening "1 period , 1
so soon. .Sixth period , n
tj n ii 1
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SPOUTS BY THE . Mrst perlbd 1
SPORTING EDITOR ll( , ?
Third period 0
j:fui'th pfrioj 2
The boxing game Is pretty well ""? ''" '
lofnnet In llnnnlnlii 1,1. t nn Din H,Xln l'C"Od 0
mainland It booming In good style.
Quite a number,. of has-beens., uc.e
getting ln(o the game again, and all
Tho iwlo season of 1908-190& Is now
Is the REFRIGERATOR that is different from all the rest.
It isn't made primarily to SELL, with nothing but n hand
some appearance to ie:ommcnd it; it is made to save money
for the consumer.
Instead of having porcelain or tile linings, for instance,
ZINC is used. It isn't so pretty, but it ENDURES, in
stead of peeling, cracking or breaking.
. So it is right through. The Eddy Refrigerator is built
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Totals. ,.l, f",37 -3 4 4 24 16 C
All It 1)11 SU O
HIQH-CLASS PAPER-HANQING, DEC0RATINQ,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 097.
Hhephard .....'. '.4 2 0 0 Id 1 0
Urunlngcr ,'3 1 0 0 1 2 2
Walters ..'.', f 0 0 0 111
UatCS ........' 0 0 0 13 1
Dines ,3 0 1 0 0 0 0
Nless ....... '.i... 8 p 0 0 2 0 0
(Union '.,.,.i 1 0 0 S 0 3
Ilolllns 3 0 10 10 0
Kamnn 3 1 0 0 1. 4 0
Miles 2 0 0 0 S .0 1
Under 2 0 0 0 U 0
u of them stV by declaring that they f. "1B"er of hli; TU" la8,r "flf
r feel confldnt hat they have at 'hhelr" IS." "' J ' '" er. on
i..-.. - t.i u. . ft. i. ii Charles ,W. Clark s field at El I'olopiar
. i. , , l? ... ln 8an Matoo. There wcro only three
not hot ar. either -It's oxygon m &n t J
bat doeMb trick and most of wImt wa Uck, , wag
the old-flmo bugs after being doped moro ,hdn mQ n (ho
up, beg In.o indulge In pipe dreams ,t wa ft8 n w
of hauling down the big end of a a8 j bcen geon durtlg ,he Ma80n
purse once i xnore. The lineup looked us If tho Whites
- Thejv.atl nd out the difference 8houtJ hllV0 woli Uowevoi. turncd
when they step Into tho ring against t0 ., different, for .hn n.i. nr.
0a youugec man who Is full of' vim rled the day,' although every point that
0 ana ueroiu oi oxygen. ino taiier they gained was disputed by the
dope Is being used In all sortB of Whites. qilUngham and Hobart
ways now-n-days, and moro Is tho 'wcirJtcd Viell together, and wcro re
alty, luo. Such .urtltlclal aids to ,fioijBlblo,for the, (urge score. The full
athletes should 'be barred, for the i Vierlod wore nlaved. , .
barm ihey do Is, uwful, and the mau , Thejo wrosivqrul long1 runs and
who ufcei them pay's a fearful price thots... The ponies .will be' turned out
for his stiQrt-tniod Hash of popular- -tint I)-, next' tail, when they will be
Ity. irpught. uir,fcarly for the big season
Dope fiends are becoming vecy, which Is 'planned.
common In all brunches of "sport,"
and the result will begin to be sVen
later op in thu Increased death 'and
Insanity rate, Marathon races ure
getting worked out to a finish ln Ihu
U. S. A., and ure doomed to die just
us the foot racing game did lu Aus
tralia years ago. The professional
runners a't first 'run fairly straight,
As nn. aftermath rif thn liiii-n.
O'nnd did well: then , the prlio moheir Johnboa fight, all ifofia of -wlerd stor-
mounted tip Into the tens of thouv .lea ure .going; the rounds of, the Antl-
2 0 27 11 S u'uds of dollars, und the runners, be- podrs. Th lattst Is that in order
gan to arrange who should win into la gi;t a long price about Johnson,
various handicap?, und split up (he and, to. inako Jlurns a red-hot favor
prize money vlth tho test of the fe for the fight", ji huge negro who
bunch. Tesenibles Jack somewhat wus hired
The public and the bookmaker" to 'go' around town1 and visit all the
soon got tired fcf the crooked work pubs und wineshops. This boozing
of tho peas! und the consequent was of "Johnson" ,w'us of course reported
that the game died out uUpgefher. around the city, and people who
A tremendous uniount of mouey. had knew no better rushed off to hack
been Invested lu building running Hums for tlie. ffgut. ,
KroundB and grandstuuds; arl lh(s j This utory, readsa bit fishy to any
was all u dead loss at the finish. The one who has lived .amongst the Syd
Mookod rtlnners killed the golden ney sports, and must bo taken with
thuMhsts will bo sura to he ou hand goode, .und thu trucjis und buildings a grain of salt, They ure a pretty
to wiitch the men at work. Tbe were left to fall uwuy- to ruins. A smart buuch down under, and there
piny will Btnrt at 4 o'clock, and Kreat deal if iloyi 'used to bo used In Is riot much In the sport line that
, , UiObe days by the runners, und it they hae not got a true line ou,
there will ho plenty of time to glvu , wr,at a difference it The'1 Sydney bloles could not Z
thu ponies n tty-out before darknfcss nmile t0 BOme of ttler ,mcCi A man fQ',jIyd ,,y uty couriierret "Daddy"
seta In. . , 'would r,un elsht yurds over ihe'emalt guys' might put up on
A great deal of interest is being even .time for ' hundred yurds I (Tern,
shown In polo uml now timt thu sea- one nljht, iitd two days afterwards if there wur any haunting of pubs
ton Is about to open, tho advent o would cut out the distance In lrt I'o If waa done by the. real "Deurle,"
thu Army nien will be wutched for beconds.' 'bit1 ,yttils Jasta! . who-Is u lover of th.e-t)eh pots, and
and their form discussed wherever! . , $l'tt ' nut udverife to a glass qr tw'o of
polo men do congregate. Next Su.rj'dnj'iiat Ewa, thu -Wala- wluej now und again.
Thu Maul players are getting into lui urtd Wont's TYiirrlois will try con- Not thut LU Arth Is a booze fight
Polo Will Start
At the meeting of the OahS Polo
Club lust night It was derided to
make u sturt of the game on Satur
day next. Thut Is to say thut u
practice game will be played ut Moa
nalua, and u big hunch of polo en-
sh.iiie tor the coming seukon, und elusions othedtdiflotid, und u greut erf he; Is fur frdm that ut present,
will iloubt'ciw togn send a challenge game ll'"1Kj9'.y,i '- A- l,-c- hut still the few hours he put In In
along to both the Honolulu Club und ent the WuH-'rtriusVfijIunneB are tied Hlinolulli ou Ti'la Vay back to the
the Army men. Thore will' be one for tfif.leidi.''iir,,'the 1'lantutlon malulund opened .the eyes of u few
big time of Joy when the thre teams Uague'ubdi'ltHiJdEwu go down lu people as to his cupaclty for mop-
meet at Moannlua. and thu nick of defeat fn'th'WlU'sfllas there would nin. .... il. .. ...i .i nn. -i..
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Muni goes up against llio flower of be weeping f)r ii.wpsk urotlnd West's fuvorjlo- tipple Is wine und the
the Army and the cream or iionoiu- Home. , real stuff at that: however he was
In An, I It will .tnkfi tlin Duhli In. ' HBMMtakMiMUam ... .,, ... .'.
.... ...... .- ..... .-- .- , . ,,,ii I.. LniiiiiuK wiieii iieru. uno a iol
And It will 'take tho Oahu Is.
land hunch all their time to defeat I
thu Muul lot If ever they do It.
I'm iil lljldwln and Ills fellow polo
plajert uiu rapidly getting luto form, I
ami once they feel lit and can get
uway from their plantations, It
won't be long till wo see them uicas-
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
of leeway can he given him ou that
Still, any athlete who hits the
I wine bottle, even a little, generally
,ddes himself harm In the long run,
jand It remains to be Been how long
Johnson will last iu thu champion
Whitney & Marsh
BIG CLEARANCE SALE
Saturday, May 15th
Genuine, just the sort Grandma brewed for your pleas
ure. You will find it at our fountain Cool, refreshing,
healthful. It quenches thirst, and puts vim in your com
position. Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDQ
ll.l II I ! I III
178-1W KINO 8-REET
-U1...JH.. II I
shp class. That "other nigger"
btor,y Is a bit too steep for most men
to swallow, and u con game has been
played on some newspaper man Jor
It II 8
SAINTS AND HIGH ARE
EVEN WHEN RAIN FALLS.
The. rain yesterday afternoon put
a atop to u close und exciting game
of buseball between tho High School
und St. Louis teams. At tho end
of the fifth Inning both teams had
scored two runs, und everything
pointed to a good, tight gumc.
Illght from tho stmt l'eclro und
Andrews showed good form for the
Saints, and the Highs went out In
rapid .stylo. In the third Henry
Chllllngworth scored for High, us
did Kuulukou. This put the School
two runs to tho good. The Saints
made two runs In their fifth through
the agency of Ichl and :.:arkham and
lied the score.
Tho rain then began to fall, and
tho game had to be uuanduncd; It
I will bo replayed next week. It Is a
great pity that the downpour Intel
fered with, yesterday's game, as thu
contest looked UKc being one of thu
best of the scries.
a n n
C. Du Hot hns been elected captain
or the KlileiH team and us he Is a
fine plnyor will no doubt usslst the
dry goods bunch a lot. However,
Vlcrra's Invlnclbles arc rjellng very
chlipy und reckon they run put It nl
over the other crowd, even If Du llol
Is to hold down second n.ise for Kil
lers. n ft
' Thu M. D. A. seems to bu thriving,
nnd now that the hot weather Is
making Itself felt, quite u number
of swimmers take u dive Into the
hnrbur every morning. The nil
night workers should appreciate the
M. D, A., ub there Is nothing like a
dip to freshen a man up after u long,
hot night's work.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(1.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
lifE are offering everything in the Store
at bed-rock prices. There is
L. B. Kerr & Co.,