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nVn.S'lNO llUU.KTIN, IIONOI.UU', T It. TUESDAY, JUNIJ 1, 1909.
THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF
The motorcycle that i noted for its Simplicity. Durabili
ty, Strength. Power a id Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle apneals to all. Its
cost of maintcn,mi.c a id opeiation is so insignficant as to
make mn'orrjilmg th. mest economical form of transpor
tation known today. When joa stop to consider the vast
amount ot recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
dictating cost, it is not surnrising that motorcycling is
ttcndily Raining in public favor. And when you bring
to thee conditions a machine that is perfect in construe
turn ,ind dependable under the most severe service condi
tions, there can be lit'le cause for wonder that the "R-S"
Motor Bicycle ''as Pnincd such a strong hold on public
C.l! and see our nnv stock or send for a catalogue.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cp AtetM wMMtch S'X NEW LECTURES
III BUUSI HAWAII
Gas Is Demanded for Economy
GAS has supplantc 1 wood and coal in the kitchen.
The thrifty houscw fc and nil well-regulated hotels use
Gns for cooking.
WHY? Because it is Cheat). Quick. Clean, ready for
instantaneous use day or night.
The Fire Insurance Companies make a reduction of 25
per cent when Gas onlv is used for cooking. WHY?
BECAUSE I T IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE.
Contrast your overstated kitchen with its coal hods,
ash pans, wood boxes and other dirt producers with the
modem Gas Kitchen.
WHAT IT COSTS TO COOK A BREAKFAST WITH GAS.
2 Eggs, boiled 3 minutes l-3c
1 Tot Coffee, boiled 10 minutes 2-3o
5 Slices Toast, 3 minutes l-2c
Total . . . . ' . 1 l-2o
WE WILL INSTRUCT YOUR SERVANT. These results
arc guaranteed, and can be demonstrated at any jimc at
HONOLULU GAS CO., LTD.,
Captain Mcttlll of tho Cricket
Chili is trying to arrange a mntcli
for Saturday next, and It neonis very
probable Hint there will be n good
game between I lie mcmliem of the
Last Saturday week thero was a
good turn-out of phi cm, ami nn en
Jo)alilo Riimo was pl:i)cl. Sccrnl
new men trlcil tho gumo for tho first
time, and from the remarks they
nuido it ml the form they showed. It
looks nil If they will be nn acquisi
tion to the cricket club. Tho old
regular Btnnilliys arc sura to turn up
for n game, mid liow that fresh
members are Joining the club tho
prospects took brighter thun they
lime for a long time.
Thcru Is isoine talk of having nn
iill-diiy match on Kanichnitiuhu Day
mill the Idea Is being taken up with
(iithiiHlasm by a number of the
cricketers. An nll-dny match would
allow n( each side having two" In
nings, and, iih that Is the real way
to plu a match, the excitement
would bo kept up, nnd the Interest
In the gnnin much keener than when
only half n match Is ilaj ril.
The cricket ground Is In good or
der now, and all that Is needed Is
a gencinl buckling up of tho mem
bers of the club and n good turn-out
on Saturday afternoon. The talk of
a cricket pitch right In tho city,
where pliocrs could practice every
nfternnon without the necessity of
having to go out In the car, Is being
rclved, mid possibly sufllclcnt land
inn be obtained to form a practice
wicket on. This would be n great
lioiist for tho game
When Mrs llcaillec leaver here to
resume her work of representing
Hawaii In l.os Angeles, she will be
(quipped with six new lectures to
help her In promoting the Interests
of this Territory. Moving pictures
and lantern slides wilt form no un
Important part of her promotion ma
terial. One of the Interesting and untquo
featuics of Mrs. IIcikIIcc'r collection
will bo a fine set of moving pic
tures, the work ot It. K. Hotline,
Theso have been selected with par
ticular attention to their value for
promotion purposes, nnd will prove
quite nn nttractlon, It Is believed.
Mrs, lleadleo Is now on Maul,
fctudvlng that Inland, nnd pi lining
hcrsolf with facts for the boosting
campaign which she Is noon to lake
up. From there she will moe on
until she has made n circuit ot all
of the Islands of Importance In tho
Ono of the lectures which Is
planned Is a tour of the Island of
Oatni. Mrs. llesdlec will be taken
around the Island in a motor ear,
mnplo opportunity being given to
observe nil the points of interest
along tho way, Including sugar
plantations nnd pineapple fields.
This trip will be Illustrated with a
particularly Interesting scries of
Secretary II. P. Wood of the Pro
motion Committee Is doing all In his
power lo nsslst In the collection of
data nnd pictures, nnd It Is believed
thnt Hawaiian promotion work In
and Is players "'0!' Angeles will be carried on this
Good FoIRs Take
If s a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGJNG, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING
SrEAK TOR THEMSELVES.
could teach u ground without any
trouble no doubt the game would
llourlsh as It never hits before.
Captain MtOlll Is taking a round
a list of members of tho club and Is
asking each one whether he can play
on Siturdny or not. It Is to bo hop
ed thnt thero Is a big turn-out of
plavcrs nnd that n match will be
plajcil between picked sides,
a 8 a
C. A. C. MAY NOT JOIN
NEW LEAGUE AFTER ALL.
There appears to bo a hitch In the
arrangements with regard to tho
new baseball league, nnd doubt has
been expressed ns to whether the
C A. C.8 will Join the Oahu I.eaguo
or not. There will be a meeting
next Friday night, and a decision
will bo arrived nt then ns to wheth
er the club return to tho Riverside
fold or throw in their lot with the
The Riverside series will start on
Juno 13, nnd a very Interesting lot
of games are lo be played from that
time on. If the C. A. C.s do not re
turn of the league there will stilt
be four tennis In the competition,
nnd they will put up a fine brand of
The Aulas uro said to bo protest
ing their game against the C. A'. C.s
which was won by tho latter team
lust Sunday, The sensational oatih
which put Limning out Is the cause
of the plllkin. The Aulas uro re
ported to hnvo claimed that when
tho fielder fell he dropped the ball
to the ground. From tho handstand
It looked lo be n cloan catch, and n
very good one, too. However, only
111 no In tho Immediate vicinity
(ould seo properly, and ns tho um
pire gave thb man nut thnt should
bo the end of tho matter. Probably
tho talk of n protest Is not correct,
nnd the Anlns, like tho good sports
they arc ,cuu tuko ii licking without
squeiillng over the trouble.
8 8 8
The Yokohama Specie llnnk will
renewed vigor and cf
SODA WATER AT HOME
Should not be consideted in the light of an expense, but
as a pleasure that increases the comforts of a home and
brings delight to the children.
Consolidated ioda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
JAIL ROW AGAIN
Whether the county ul I manage the
Jolt after .lulj 1. or whether High
Sheriff Henry will iiintliiiic nt the helm
of thu Institution, will piolubly bo de
villed at tomorrow night's meeting of
tho Hoard of Supervhors Various
member, of the Hoard hive been col
lecting lguies during the pist wetk,
nnd the sup)rters ot the two pniMl
linns will probibl) be pitpired to fire
broudtddes of statistic!) nt the session
SupervUor Qiilnn. whom Avlett has
evidently picked out as die chief mark
for his shots. denim that he Is hlgntteil
In his petition against the project tu
leave the .lull 111 the h'tnds or the High
Sheriff. On the othn hand. If the
county can conduct the Institution for
figures something tike those offered
by the High Sheiln. he believes tli.it
tho Intent of the 4nu' should be car
ried out, mid that the count hliould
transact Its own kindness.
Qiilnn IiibIsIs that, sooner or later,
tho count must erect a kitchen, hos
pital, ami iiilmlnlhtintlim building on
the Jail piemlses, and lie believes that
tho sooner the Job Is done thu better.
The opposing factions will bo pro
pared to Inundate each olhur tomorrow
CHINA IN FROM
Alter a toiihldcruhlo delay In tho
examination of her passengers off Kirt
this morning the Piiclfle Mull liner
China. Captain Kilele, entile lino port
mid ducked at the Channel wharf,
wlieie ,li 8 discharging her ficlght
fnim the Orliutal units. Sin, hinneht
put n beautiful baseball team In the a small number of pisscngurs for Ho-
Held against tho Hank of Hawaii uoluhi, iimoiig ilieni being Mr. anil Mra.
next Satin clay nt 3 p. in. on the .Allan Ilcibert. nlm hae been visiting
I'limiliou gi omuls, Tho Hpccio nam;
llnc-up will ho ns follows: Salge,
c, Kiikaiio, p; Motnkl, lb; llayaka
wn, lib. Murakami, 3h; Mnsiida, s;
Otsuka, If; Tatsiiila, rf: Waila, tt.
Tho Oahu Ilasehall League Jun
Ioik will hold a meeting on I'rlday
evening nt 7 o'clock In tho offlio of
the Real Kstnto Hxiliiingo. Some
Important business will be brough.
up, and all members am lequettcd
Kunlolanl track will bn cleared
jfiom toda till Junk II In order to
get It Into good ordei to,
meeting on that da
By Hour or Tnn
in .iap.ui. Mi Sakamoto, loimerly of
Honolulu ami Mis Sakamoto, Mr.
Sakamoto was t at the wharf by
Mr MiisiuIi or Hi,. Yokohama Specie
The China !iiniihi a liirgu bunch of
mall lor llotioiiiln AH stum as she bus
taken la enough roal she w rcsutno
hei vovagi hum ewnliig sailing lit G
o'clock fm San Kninclsco
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year! G-c-fz'Jr-
BUFFALO HEARD FROM
At 9 30 udwh ilHl )lRllt (ho olxJp
'"" "' K',l"' ' I'nltit wireless station
Lie sport -"" in n nnleitlon with the U, 8.
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$ i '",. ii if . ( , i,
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m-mill il ,., ,
f' ",IM - mm w.o, three
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Has Three Day
There was n big ciowd nt tho
Country Club cstcnlny, nnd full ml
vuntngc was taken of the beautiful
weather, which was perfect. Tho
bogey competition was played off und
proved n great success, and n largo
number of plaers took part In It.
Tho flist prize went to llulilo
Walker, who was run close by W. It.
llnbbltt, who, In turn, lend A. 1'.
Kwart by n narrow margin. Two
line prizes were provided, and that
of Mr. Walker turned out to bo a set
of carving knives, whilst Mr. llab
bltt took a cocktail shaker for sec
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
wcro nil gala dujs at the Country
Club, uud most of the golf plaers
stuck to the Club for the whole time.
Tho bus run frequently mid proved
a great convenience to the members
nnd their friends.
The oltlclal scores were, first prize,
II. It. Walker, 1 up; secotil prize, .
II. llnbbltt, 1 up; A. V. Cwnrt, even,
Win, Simpson, even; T. (1111, oveni
II. C. Curler, 1 down; C. II. High, I
down; K. W Klcbnhn, 2 down; 1).
II. Hitchcock, .1 down; A. K. Jmld.
.'. down; S. O. Wilder, 3 down; J. O.
Young, t down; Chas. Hartwcll, 4
down; H. Munro, 1 down; K, M.
Campbell, 4 down; Jas. Wilder, C
down; O. Sorenson, 7 down; II. A.
Walker, 8 down; C. II. Mcrrlam, S
down; .1. 1). Mclncry, X down; .1.
Kalanl.iiinole, 9 down; C, Kimball,
9 down; Jns, Klddes, 10 down;
Chus, II. Wilder, unfinished; II. I.
IRRESISTIBLES TO PLAY
DIAMOND TEAM SUNDAY.
Vlerra's Irreslstlblcs will have u
hard task on their hands next Sun
day when they meet a team from
Diamond & Co. on the baseball
ground. The Wall Nichols bunch
nro very confident that they can beat
any business team In iho city, but,
on the other hand, the, Diamond
hunch say that next Sunday nt
Aula I'ark Is the time and place
where tho Irreslstlblcs get It where,
tho chicken Is alleged to have
stopped tho axe.
However, tho bookseller bunch nro
fcollng very chirpy, and they scorn
tho Idea ot defeat. So far they
hnvo won every game they have
played, and In every Instance by n
good margin. Tho llnc-up of both
teams Is us follows: Irreslstlblcs
Holchl, c; Ah Toon, p; A. K. Vlerra,
lb; W, Jordan, 2b; A. Souza, 3b;
Kenneth, ss; S. Ounn, rf; S, Ilunn,
if; R. Iwashlta, If. Subs, Mori Sakl,
John Peterson, Diamond Joo Mai
tin, pi Joo II. Sllva, 2b; Pedro T.
Neves, cf; Manuel Gomes, c; Vin
cent Gomes, c; Ah Kat, 3h; Henry
Achong, lb; Peter Cnrrlus, If; John
Mczzatl, rf. Sues, Alin, J. K. Sopn,
1C. Kllnunlr. Mannger, Sam Wong.
Tho gnmo will start at 1:30 sharp,
mid no doubt the fans from both
business houses will bo on hand to
root for their fellow employes.
it tt tt
RED WHITE AND BLUES
TO THE FORE ONCE MORE.
Tho fled Whlto nnd Hltics onrc
more kept their end up against tho
I'hiiknnas un Sunday last, and the
til-color is being waved proudly
aloft on the ancestral walls of Cup
tain Porrlera. Tho It. W. II. a won
their game by the score of 8 to 7,
and tho rooting at the finish was
According to tho report turned In
by tho press ngont for tho Itcd, etc.,
tho Phuknnan uro a bunch ot htin.v
jouths averaging seventeen cuis or
age, whilst tho It. W. I) b" ngos
r.lngo from seven to twelve jc.irs.
This statement will probably rnlsa ,i
howl from tho Phukunas, but they
hid better Interview Mil. Pcrrloru
about tho matter. Pcrrlcra Is Just
seven jcars old, and much better
to lake care of himself than the
Tho trl-color team Is now chain
plon of Its district and they me
ttfrald of nothing. Tho Ilno-up was
us follows: Perrlora, c; Allen, p;
Picpcl, lb; Salsal, 2h; Alfred, lib;
Jim, bs; Wllllo, If; Kalcl. cf; Tom,
if Next Sunday tho llttlo follows
nru going to havo another go at tho
Plmkanas and mean to put It all
oviir them In fact, whitewash baa
been mentioned in connection with
Pnr Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Whitney & Marsh
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Black Douglas Oil
Acknowledged to be quickest nnd surest remedy for
Ever used on these Islands. It docs net irritate or burn,
but Rives relief immediately. Obtained nt lcadinc drug
stores and at VETERINARY SUR0E0N POTTIE'S Oilicc,
Corner Hotel and Union.
Lovejoy & Co.,
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
902-904 Nuuauu St., Honolulu
'is hi npvt
HQT'To. a-l. cgri a( nulktln.
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
now in cluirge of L. B. KERR A
CP.'S TAILORINO DEPARTMENT.
This is a little homily on footwear your Sox.
Your feet are entitled to the best Rive it to them.
They cannot be comfortable in ill-fitting-, unsanitary sox,
whose colors run and fade, and whose feet rapidly fill
with holes, to run up darning bills.
It's not Economy, cither.
"Square Deal" Sox cost no more than the inferior, un
guaranteed kind, and are a lot more satisfactory finest
quality Mercerized Lisle, absolutely fast colors, strong,
seamless, thin and comfortable, guaranteed to wear six
months, or will be replaced with a new pair free,
That's the Maker's guarantee wc back it.
Six pairs in a box black or tan, $2,00.
Now on display in our Bethel street windows.
Call and examine. For sale only by
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KINO AND BETHEL SIS.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Pep Month