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EVENING" IUTLM5T1N. HONOI.UM!, T. H THURSDAY, MAY 27 1909.
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IK t2L infants and Children.
Bo.fi: Poison Baby.
T'WB'IV i:. ;il (Ht uI-ik i o :""'"' "'") I't "or iliiM mint liavo
liHri'iiiirli' it l.uulaim ii tn iiiu .! it 1 1 . Thew drug will produce sleep,
utiil aloiv tlroiM (n main will iiro.hu tin- si. op (Votii litit'h tlivro It
lit v.ul.lni:. Many uro tho ihildicuw ho lwv.. Kin killed or wlioio health luu Thelo will lie n(i cricket mnloh nil
iHWiruliiml forhfi" ly Mregori', lauilatium iiml niorpliliip, cacli of wlilcli Is a Snluril.i. us that ilny will lie tlio
nun-otic product of opium. Dru -irislfl nro prohibited from belling either of tl . ' etui of the month, nml tuoit of the
nu.utio mimed to iliildron ut all, or to unyWlv, without labeling t'l. m players uie too iiuny lit that time In
"poi.on." Tlni.l.!'.n'i.ni.r "mmotie" Is: 'Amr.IMn which nliera pi.. 'K'tawnj for the nllerniioii How
i.(l m-o.liiccsV.,.,b,f trnWi in ;.isciom if.ws jiiWiicm fijior, comii, wiiriif '''. on Snttliilny week Iheic will
sUmt un.l ihutL" '1 Iw tustv an.1 smell of meilioinns containing opium am Ji- e nnolhcr match between the incm-riiI-m!.
and sold under the nam.- of " Drops," "IV.rUluN," "Soothing; Hyu.pV ,l'' "' "' ll"1'- 1"11' "" ,;iM'ut "
etc. You slionUl not permit ai.j mo li.-nin to Leglion to your clul.lrcn without, '" "' a big turn-out or players.
v0oryourpl,v.d..uk.owotwli..lll, -.composed. ii.torlu ,loo, nut con- I The scheme mooted In an after-
, ' '.. iiii.oti p.iper to the effect that cricket
tiiln iini-roilf.. I imM bnb )c , in ,,,
signal uro of CuvVxTtXvf: Cuitorlu
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
'I bafr fnuiilljr imwiilN.J ( ttr.Tii for cum
luunMluruttut tUldr. ll with .iMhl rt -t.lt '
W. A. ClUMIlll, M I).
llullilu, N. Y.
"Al Us. ftlhrr of thirteen rlililrrn I cruinly
kmir Minifltiin abaut 71.ur prritt innllt Inotiiil,
fclil from 1117 n fam ly eiprrU-tirp, I liae. In
my y.ttii nf iirnetu-c, round Cbftorla a lupuljir an.1
tf&bt.'Ut rciuMy In tl 1101 err hnnif '
W. J. MiCiuns M II ,
1 flml iur I'Mtorls It trrr twnvllclt In the
trettimul vf cblldtu't tltmt ula "
F. lltrir, M. D.,
park facing the Young Hotel Is a
most rcniiiiknhle one, ami one that
astonishes a lot of cricketers III tills
elly. 'rile site would do well for
croquet or some similar name, but
tint Idea of playing cricket on such
n miniature ground Is nbsuid. What
would Hob Anderson or Morse do to
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
!n Use For Over 30 Years.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
-.!. -(-! ..ll.l..t -l-I- 1
bullkn.iwtl,(ifi.rnialofoiircilorl.njjil, , ellllllKll lo oppose them on such n
iuiiMin-r..HTcn.n. t juJce It in l s itj uto- small Riouiid? Why, the fieldsmen
ful, .. well m htrmlm ftmli mcJlclnu." would have to be placed on tho
N. U. bitts. '!. top of the YouiiB. May & Co. and all
Iniu i uiiuiiiiir iiiii,uiiir,n, niiti i in ti
P.iIIiir to think of the number of
! runs some ot the bin hitters would
make whilst the fielders were chas
iliif; the ball around the loot gardens.
The suggested site would do very
well for a practice wicket, mid If
pioper nets wei provided to en
clorfc the batting crease, would be
u boon to the cricketers of this city,
who then would hnc a chance to
hae a bat every afternoon. If this
could be arranged In some manner
cilcket would boom right away. It
Is the long trip out to Maklkl, and
the lack of accommodations as to
showers, etc., that deter a man from
playing in the afternoons. With a
pitch somewhere In the city, and
plenty of places to change one's
clothes .and have a wash, cricket
would get such a boost that It would
become, ns popular as It Is In other
. s: :: t:
Secinlarles or other author
Iznl representatives of clubs
are asked lo send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, tint
they tuny be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to the SporMng ICdl
lor, i: v ii n I n c bulletin.
May .".( Marines vs. Cavalry,
Mn .10: N. O. It. vs.
May -S: Handicap Doubles.
June fi: Cooper Cup."
June 10: Knhulul Cruise.
May 29: I'nictlco.
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
THEY HAVE COME
The motorcycle that i. noted for its Simplicity, Durabili
ty. Sticngth. Power and Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle appeals to all. Its
cost of maintenance aud operation is so insiirnficant as to
make rnoiorcyclins th. most economical formof transpor-1 TRIAL OF SILENT
tation known today. When you stop to consider the vast
amount ot recreation anu pleasure ootainca at sucn low
operating cost, it is not surprising that motorcycling is
steadily cftining in public favor. And when you bring
to these conditions a machine that is perfect in construc
tion, and dependable under the most severe serVice condi
tions, there can be lit le cause for wonder that the "R-S"
Motor Bicycle "as Kai.ncd such a strong hold on public
Call and sec our n w stock or send for a catalogue.
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Limited - Hardware Department
The deinoiiLtratlon of the Maxim sil
ent ijiin which was given at tho Ha
waiian Gun Club's range yesterday
was a hugo success and astonished tho
spectators who were present.
The silencer Is a short metal tube
about seven Inchon In length and about
twice the diameter of the rifle barrel.
This Is fitted cxccntrlcully on to the
end of the barrel. In such a way that
tho larger arc or tho tubs drops below
tho rlflo barrel and docs no obstruct
There wns a demonstrator silencer
In section aud It looks tike nothing so
much as a miniature Parson's turbine
opened up and with the rotary taken
out. It Is lltted. In fact, with a very
coarse rilling, throated close and In an
opiswlte direction to the rilling of the
barrel. This catches tho gases after
the bullet has left the barrel and ie-
I verses their movement so that the
totind Is deadened and tho shock or
recoil almost entirely eliminated
The demonstrating rifle wns a Win
chestei .3II-.30 and many of those pros
cut took shots with and without the
silencer. Tho difference In sound Is
truly surprising, while the recoil dif
ference Is very marked. With a 170
grain cartridge tho illlo makes not as
much noise as a .22, In fact one hears
nothing of tho explosion, but only the
zing of tho bullet,
Willi a low charge cartridge tho illle
make'i no more nolso than an air-gun,
In fact. If not looking, one would feel
sure that it was nil air-gun that had
heen fired. Tho silencer Is easily lit
ted o any rifle and It looks as though
it were an Invention Unit has come to
Autone wanting to put In a nice
ipilct Sunday and, at the same time,
to hae a good day's spoil, should
gather together n lod and line and
wander out Wall, IK I way.
A shoit wnlk from the end of the
car Hue bilugs the angler to the
bine of Diamond Head, and then he
is within a stono's Ibiow of as good
Ashing giounds as can be found
aioiind the coast of Oahu. lively
Sunday there may be seen n dozen
oi so of tlio disciples of Isaac Wal
ton who take Ihelr lunch with them
aud make a whole-day affair ot tlio
lilp. And well they nro icwarded
for theli exclusion, for the rock cod
aie biting In line style now, and
main the big one that Is landed by
tho llsheimen mid piomptly convey
JJ8(r-"For Pent" cardt on sale at
tho Bulletin ntfii-
HAWAIIAN GUN CLUB
WEEKLY PRIZE SHOOT.
The seventh shoot nf the Hawaiian
Gun Club was held yesterday after
noon, and a large crowd of visitors
turned out to watch the sport. Aft
er the demonstration of the new
Maxim gun silencer was finished
the competition at the traps was
started. The shooting was dono by
squads, and unfortunately when tho
first squad had completed their
lounil the traps got out of order and
the second bunch could not shoot.
It was a line day for shooting, al
though the wind at times wns a trl-
flc high. Some good work was done
by some of the gunners, and D, I..
Austin's twenty birds straight was a
very line performance. ThlB shooter
Is In excellent form Just now, and
If possible seems to be Improving
all the time I
I The llrst squad, comprised of H.
jKopke, D. I.. Austin and II. M. Whit
ney, shot off llrst, and tho first
named got 21 out of .10; Austin ac-1
counted Kir 20 sttuUht, and Whit
ney scoied"17 out of 21. Great In
terest was taken In the shoot, and
much regiet was cpicsed when It
was found that the second squad
would he unable to shoot. These
weekly events aie booming now mid
It Is well worth n tilp down to the!
traps to watch the experts at work. I
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MAUI T0V ENTERTAIN ,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
By Hour or Trip
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
The cruise of the yachts to Ka
hulul, which takes the form of a
ince, will start somewhere about
midnight on June 10, or possibly on
the morning of Kameliamcha Day,
The yachts will be uway for threo
dttjs, and the muii who make the
trip will certainly have tho time of
their llcs who'll the Maul bunch get
hold of them. Kverone who has
at any time visited Maul and tasted
of the hospitality of the Kahultil,
I'liiinene and Wnlluku boys, can
never foiget the way In which all
the spoils vied with one another to
make the visitors feel ut home.
It Is not probable that many peo
ple outside of the crows will make
the trip, but anyone who cares to go
can easily make arrangements, and
by paying a few dollars can have,
tho time of his life.
The bouts that nro likely to go
aie Die l.ilka, Concord, Hawaii and
Ka Mfil. The principal event of the
cruise will be u dinner and reception
at Kahulul, and, the function will
certainly he reniembeied by all pres
ent. tt tt
OPEN BOGEY MAY 31
AT COUNTRY CLUB.
On Monday, May 111, tho Country
Club will unco more be en fete, und
as there will be golf on Saturday,
Sunday mid Monday, even the most
enthusiastic memheis should be sut
Islled with tho lay-out.
The tournament will be an Open
llogey, und quite n large number of
golfers have signified their Inten
tion of competing In the event. The
Country Cluh'ls certainly a boon to
visitors to our shores, mid during
the stay of the Mukiiru was visited
by quite a number ot the Australian
liner's pasBcngeis who happened to
meet people they knew 111 Honolulu.
The club grounds are looking ut
their best now, and the greens are
In excellent order. McLaren has
put In soma good work at the club,
mid the icitiltH are now being seen,
Musics 11s usual will bo running
httwecn tlio car line and the Club
House, and eeiy arrangement will
bo us complete us possible for the
to'iifort nf the plate's
How Hilo Will
Spend Glorious :
No less a sum than JO, 000 will be '
distributed In prizes on July .1 nml
1 at Illlo. The complete program Is '
given bctow. Ilesldcs horse hnclng, '
there will be n Marathon run fiom I
Nine Miles, Olan, to the Illlo race '
track, and prize money to the '
nninunt of tS." Is offered for the
event. ' I
The annual football match a I mo U
attracting n lot of attention nml,
besides the cup that Is usually giv
en, n special prize nf "' has been
hung up for the winners. Tre
mendous Interest Is taken In the
inces on the 1'ourth nt Illlo, and the
whole countryside attends In n body.
Wpuld that Honolulu could have a
day like Illlo is going to enjoy; It
Is Indeed strange that nothing to
speak of has, so far, been done to
have a good day's sport on the
Kourth hero In Honolulu.
I'HOailAM TOR JIMV 3, 1909.
First Ilnce Half mllo Japanese
horses, 14 1-4 hands or under. I'uise
Second Itace Three-quarter mile
free for all. l'urse $1,000.
Third llace Three-qunrtcr mile,
Japanese, free for all. Purse $100.
Kourth Itace One mile, Hawaiian
hreds, l'urse $1,000.
Fifth Kacc Five-eighths mile,
free for nil. Purse $."00.
Sixth Itace One and one-hair
mile relay rare. Purse 510.00.
There will be oilier races given
for cowboys and bronco riding.
JULY fi, 1H09.
First Itace Half mile, free for
nil. Purse $125,
Second Mace Three-quarter mile
Hawaiian bred. Merchant's Stake
(maidens) . Purse $500.
Third Haco One nnc one-fourth
mile Merchants' Slake, free for all,
horse closed with five nominations,
as follows: L. Warren, McLennnn,
llrughelll, John O'llourke and Jap
I'ncso Little Joker. Purse $1,500,
Fourth Ituce Mlln heats, 2 In 3,
free for nil, trot or pace, owners to
drive. Purse $250.
Fifth Hnce Three-quarter mllo
Japanese, frco for nfl, Purse $150.
Sixth Itace Three-quarter mllo
Hawaiian breds. Purse $250.
Seventh Itace Three - quarter
mile, free for all. Purse $250.
Eighth Itace Half mile, Japan
ese horses, 14 hands. Purse $50,
Ninth Uacc Hnlf mile, cowboys.
Tenth Kacc One mile relay rnce.
llionco riding. Purse $20.
Eleventh Itace Flvc-clghths mile
tree for all. Purse $250.
The baseball enthusiasts of Klcclo
are getting In some good practice
and are making out their schedules
of games to be played with the other
Kaula teams. Their great lack now
Is a good baseball field, their present
practicing grounds, being very
cramped, and It Is to be hoped that
a proper diamond will be lltted out
soon on some of tho vacant ground
near the village. Tho available sites
are controlled by the Mcllryde plan
tation. n n H
Tho Chlneso Athletic Club will
hold n special and Important meet
ing tomorrow night at 7 o'clock In
the Chinese Y. M. C. A. All mem
bers nre particularly requested to
atteud, and It Is hoped that baseball
players will bo present In numbers.
Ruching Dutch Collars,
and a1,! late effects, at
Whitney & Marsh
Additional Sports on Page 7
Theic will he a public moonlight
band concert this evening nt tho Mo
ana Hotel nt 7:30.
March Thunderer Sousu
Overture Calif of Uagdad..,l)olldleii
In) Souvenir of I.os Angeles
' .', . . de Longpro
(b) Tlctnc or the Mill lo Longpro
Selection II Trovatore Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian songs, ,nr. by Derger
Selection Lucia Donizetti
Waltz La Sourco Waldleufol
Finale Ited and Illack Coote
The Star Spangled Ilanncr.
FIIIK I)i:STItOY8 WINEIIY San
ta Ilosa, May 10. The winery of
Mozzonl & Snntlnl, near Fulton, was
destroyed by lire yesterday afternoon
with the contents, about 25,000 gal
lons of wine, The origin ot the lire
Is unknown. Tho loss la well cover
ed by Insurance.
Ib5 editorial rooms 250 bul Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
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