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TilEY HAVE COME
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The motorcycle that i noted for its Simplicity. Durabill.
ty, Sttcngth. l'oui n id Spud
The cconomv of the motor bicycle npncals to all. Its
cost of mnmt'iminr a d operation is so msignficant as to
make iro'orcyilinK th most economical form of transpor
tation known today When you stop to consider the vast
amount 01 lecreation ami pleasure obtained at such low
onerat ng cost it u nit s'ujnsing that motorcycling is
s'eadilv gaiiiwg in pjblic favor And when you bring
to t!ue conditions a machine that is perfect in construe
ihm and dependable under the most severe service condi
f. 1 1 'here can be lit 'e muse for wonder that the "R-S"
Mi tin Iinvtle has K.uneJ such a strong hold on public
I n 01 1
C'i'l and see our n w stock or send for a catalogue.
Fistic Show Is
-. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.!
Gas Is Demanded for Economy
CAS lm. sjpplantel wood and coal m the kitchen.
The thrifty liousew tr nd all wtll-icgulatcd hotels use
Oai ftr looking
WHY? Betai'sc it .s Chau. Quick, Clean, ready for
instantaneous use day or night
The F.rc Insurancs Companies make a reduction of 25
pel cent when Oas onlv is used for cooking. WHY?
BECAUSE I T IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE.
Contrast jour ovet.icnted 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 OAS.
2 Ei;gs. boiled 3 minutes l-3e
1 Pot Coiiee, boiled 10 minutes 2-3o
5 Slues Toast, 3 minutes . l-2e
To'al 1 l-2c
WE WILL INSTRUCT YOUR SERVANT. These results
nrc guaranteed, and can be demonstrated at any time at
HONOLULU GAS CO., LTD.,
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Faint hbon. . 134 King St
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING
SPKAX FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE RUILDINO PHONE 307.
Although tlnTo niiK n lot nl 'ilk
siime lllllo Him nso about mi inn'i
rvRlnit'iital hoxliiK iniiriiniiicut ' urn
liroiiKht "If ihi' mutter scorn to h ni'
illuil u nilur.il ili'itli Tlio piin'iii
illRlcullt III the l tif bringing nil 11
rliou (it IMh Kind Ik tll.lt null ilili
li.ul c.illliut lie obtained In wlili ti i lie
irtiilr eoul.l Ik- Kloli
Tin- Kolillcru mill marine ate i 'it
ciimiitli about tin Fclii'inc but Ilic w
iiiiilcts of flstlc tcntH In this ll
i com fcil up of tliu wliolu biislin
Tin r.u't that tho last Hlllt niTili
IiiiikmI out to bi moro like a Mn i ntlmii
met' nei-il not dolor Mr C'ohi'ii rinm
tnkltiK a hand 111 n Mllltni) toiniui
mont ns iorbod kliowit lh.it Tho
Duiiou'd" exhibition of Hie ublle
(outlier was no fault of the in. in u ho
mail iKeit the kIiow,
With all tho lino row ni.itoriil on
liaiiil unit the KOlilleiH kIiiiI I.ukIii
rm a rhince to ncr.li aKalnnt each oili
er vome One IioiiIk roulil iulckh bo
urmiKoil niiil what tnnn who uatdioil
,in of the KcrntR put up I" lioiiiiiiu
Mof'olloimh. YoiitiK Shall e Ni Imiii
mil half a dozen othcrx. hut would
licir with delight that .1 ImxIiiB tour
nnmeiit had been nrrmiKoil.
Soeral matclica couM bo llxeil up
mil hov, lw men from Tort Shatter
(utile! be inntclie.il iiK.ilnut two from
Schollelil lUrracliH. nint a couple fioin
the Mnrliim roulil ti runcliiHlnni with
a like number from the I'-iiKlneerfl.
Much Interest would be nioimcit by
"iitli matchcH nml hiimper liounci
would reuunl tho pioiuoter who put
up tnoilerate trophle for tho ulniieiH
Then outKl le of the MihlletH, theic
In )lent of available Italic Intent and
Momo fine kock rtliilil be arrunKoil be
tween tho chlllnn bunch who In t ill n
woulil onh In ton Rind to mix thwhiKs
with the wearers of Hie uniform
Could not MituothltiK bo fixed up for
tho G'nri'iUH Toiti'l'T There will bu a
?roat tnivil In Umi on tint day mid
a boxliiK show woulil iliaw like a flriil
claRH clrciix uml bo JuhI an lnstructhc.
It Ih to bo hoped that Mr Cohen will
lake a liunil In tho matter and nil the
flKht fans of tho town who at present
look ko kIiiiiI when they read about the
line sorapx thr.t tuu tielMB pulled off on
the Coast will at once blosbom forth
as chcei fill Indhlilualit, and Hotel
Ktieet will onco moro redound with
Mich lenmrku nie "Gee' Why Mac.
will put him on tho hum In two
loiindr.": "Ilali, lie baa no ltoc iiRaliiHt
tho holiller": "Stuff up or Bhut up
that'H the dope miro," and no on nd
Now-a-ilajH all In Kloom around tho
old linimtr of tho boxcm, and limtead
of tho koiiIIc dulcet tones of the pitKH
the only IhliiK to be heard Is tho fqneol
of tliu Kmniaphono and tho Ritrglo of
tho beer as n dejected llKht-fan con
loles blnisell with malt extract Tho
Ki'iitlcmnn who remarks "That 'o soon
tho bloke wot knocked tho Cliunipeon
Secifliirles or other author
ized representative!! ot clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, thut
they m.i be Included In the
proKram Address all commu
nications to tin Sporting Edi
tor, i; e n I n y II II 1 1 e 1 1 u .
luiic C Mntih.
J urn (1 Cooper Cup.
June io Kahiilul Cruise.
June 11 Country Club.
June 1 1 Knplol.iul Park,
June 11- Y. M. C. A.
nit" Is suliiliied, and oven tho call ta
lrrlKnto onh makes him feel worse
Yos the (Mine Is In a bad way In Ho
no ill u nl piesont, but still the soldiers
are tho lniis to set It koIiir an.iln. uml
in ay lie it unnt be lonK till wo hour the
penile tliu I of tho Kioto In our midst
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HAWAIIAN GUN CLUB
WEEKLY SHOOT TODAY.
XSSCza MKaa mrxauc rjxmsaaairrnxmi&x&-jna.iiuxixrrmum
Should not be consideicd in the hejit of nu expense, but
is a pleasmc that incrcncs the comforts of a home and
brniRs dcheht to the ehildien.
Bj Hour or Trip.
G. G. Beokloy, Ji.
This nfternuan at the llnwallnn
Gun Club traps the usual weekly
shoot will take place, and somo lino
run work Is looked forward to by tho
members of tliu club.
It will be tliu eighth shoot for tao
present seilcs, and as both Klrl:
Porter ami .1 W. Haivcy huve two
legs In for the trophy, tho Interest
In the uff.ilr Is very keen. Thcuo
two gunners arc shooting In great
form nt present, and It would sur
prise no one to see them both grnss
tho possible number of birds and
then hale to shoot on to decide the
There Is one grtitlfilng fenturu In
the Hawaiian shoots, and thut Is the
absence of live birds. All the tiring
Is done at ilay blids, and lonsc
fluently the sight of the slaughter ot
helpless pigeons Is not forced on n
man who IILes to watth clever gun
The new Keggltt trap which has
Just been Installed by the Gun Club
Is doing fine wink mid is right up to
the best st)U' of trap In the world.
As soon as the tiap Is well known to
the niembeis no doubt there will bo
n riiHh even Uoiluosil.ii afternoon
to halo a tr for tho birds. The Ha
waiian Gun Club j In u nourishing
londltlon at piesent, and eterithlng
points to n gieat futine In trap
shooting In this elt. There Is n lot
of talk about a match ugalnst the
M nil gunners mid such u feature
would bu a leidln gevent of tliu lear
The Puunene Gnu Club ha a strong
nuistei loll, anil some of thuli shots
uie as good as inn be seen In these
The weather Is Ideal for shooting
now, mid everj Weducslida nfter
noon ii crowd of the gun club niem
beis turn out for tho weekly shoot.
As soon as tho pieeeut series Is pan
a mw one will be started, and It Is
thought Unit a larger number of men
will enter for the event than for any
The Hawaii returned from her trip
to Knual Inst night about 10 o'clock.
She was off the shore at about 8 ,
o'clock nml could be plnlnl seen I
from Walklkl. From the beach It I
looked ns It she would not make the
harbor before the wind dropped, nl-
I though she picked up a light breeze
and got In about 10 o'clock.
The Hawaii left Honolulu last
Saturday afternoon at " o'clock and
was In rhargo of Chan Wilder The
crew uus composed of the following
inchtsincn: Ilnrry Wilder, Tony
King, W I Castle, C. W C Oeerlng,
Alex Uindqulst mid Charlie Grennn
the last two being professional
members uf the crew.
The run down to Nnwalllwltl was
slow on account of the light breeze,
and port was not reached until Sun
day afternoon. The party got n
warm greeting from tho ltlco Inolh
ers and were made to feel nt home
After lunching nt Mr I Ike's home
an automobile party was made up
and the visitors were taken all over
the plantations, and were given r
good Idea of the beauties ot the Gar
den Island. The parly then return
ed to the Hawaii and the yachtsmen
became the hosts of the same folk
. The night was spent nt Mr. Mr.
Itlcc's home, and on Monday morning
the party started out on a goat hunt
Nu less than fort) -six of the agile
animals were shot and their skins
removed, somu of the specimens be
ing remnikubly line ones,
The Hawaii left Kauai at 9 o'clock
on Monday night, and, with the aid
of a fnlrly good breeze, slipped
through the water In great stjle till
da) light On Tuesday morning the
breeze had died awny a lot, and it
was debated If the yacht should go
around the other side of Oaliu or
come up by Harbor's point.
It took from 8:30 till after noon
for the )ncht to make her way fiom
Kacnn point round llnrber's, but ut
about 4 o'clock a slight breeze was
picked up which carried the Hawaii
nlong to the entrance to the harbor.
It took a full hour to beat up the
harbor and to muket fast alongside
The trip was a most enjoyable one
irnd ever) body had a delightful time
The lack of wind wns the only draw
back, and that of course could not
be helped l.undmiist was a huge
success as cook, and some or the
meals he provided were worthy ot
. a first-class chef.
I The Hawaii will remain in the
harbor for a few da)s, und will prob
ably be put on the wu)s ror n gen
eral overhauling und cleaning In
preparation for tliu race to Kahulul,
which takes place on June 11
Whitney & Marsh
Additional Sports on Page 7
i Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
'CO'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Cons.')iiiht:J ,iod;i Water Works Co., Ltd.
I0IIN SCHLEIF, Manager
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
has produced some of the
Vjrj. lllcillX' world's leading thinkers--
Wagner, Goethe, Heine, Men.el, von Moltke and
hundreds of others.
Its sturdy folk have developed wonderful
mental and physical qualities through the temperate
use of well-brewed beer. Young and old, rich and
poor, all alike partake of beer for their dally bever
age. In Munich the consumption of beer is over
two pints daily for every man, woman and child.
If a general movement were started in Hawaii
to drink good beer instead of any other beverage
the people of the whole Territory would be greatly
benefited. In Hawaii, however, you should drink
TjBiflgffi? A .
Black Douglas Oil
Acknowledged to be quickest and sarest remedy for
Ever used on these Isl nds. It docs not irritate or burn,
but Rives relief immediately. Obtained at leading drug
stores nnd at VETERINARY SURGEON POTTIE'S Office,
Corner Hotel and Union.
Lovejoy & Co.,
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
902-904 Nuuanu St., Honolulu
This is a little homily on footwear your Sox.
Your feet are entitled to the best give it to them.
They cannot be comfortable in ill-fittinp;, unsanitary sox,
whose colors run and fade, and whose feet rapidly fill
with holes, to run up darning bills.
It's not Economy, either.
"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 we 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, PHONE 027.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
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