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TriEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPI.IE IT 0
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Tli" motoimle that i noted foi its Simplicity, Durabili
ty Sti ug'li 1'owti a id Snecd
Th" econor.v of the motoi bicycle appeals to all. Its
co-t oi .nani'tniiK" a d oieranoii is so insignficant as to
make ir.o'.o;'c(.lnig th i.nit economical fonii of transpor
tat on ks'Dwn todnj Wbe.i ou s'op to consider the vast
amount of retreat on and pleasure obtained at such low
orer.itins? cost, it is n t si-nris'ng that motorcycling is
rtcidiW EOinuiK in p .bl:c favtr. And when you brine
to tV-e con'lit'ons a vaihine that is perfect m construc
tion, an! dei.cndable uidir the n.ost severe service" condi
t'or.s. 'lure can be lit e canst for wonder that the "K-S"
Motor Eu.wl ''as niaed sach a stioiiR hold on public
C ,!l nnd s"c our n v. stock or send for a catalogue.
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Whol rub Distributors.
vSecreturles or other author-
litcd representatives of clubs
me nsked to vend In a list of
events, scheduled by them, thnt
they may lie Included In tho
ptograni. Addtess nil com mil-
nlcatlons to tin Spor'lng Hill-
tor, 13 v e n I n g Bulletin.
June C: Mntcli.
June fi: Cooper Cup.
June 10: Kahulul Cruise.
Juno 11: Country Club.
June 11: Knplolanl Park.
June 11: Y. M. C. A.
Theie seems to be some tumble
In lonnei tlontwltli tho proposed mo
t(U oele rates on Kamehumeliit I)jy,
..ml fiuui the looks of things the
ilileis of the iliffctctit hi nmls of m.v
i Ii I iiim won't hae n go against one
The iilllkln seems to arise thiough
i he fact thnt some of the mnchlnes
nre built fur r.iclng purposes, ami
others sue only In the oidlnnry road
stei elass. The riders of the lat
lei kind of cycle do not care to com
pete against the other machines, an
they feel that they have no possi
ble chnnce of winning.
Another cause of lioublc Is said
to be the fact thnt some of the rid
ers think that the race meeting M
I (.ill an advertising dodge, but why
on em tn tney slioulil (inject to in lit
fc.itme makes the oidlnary man
wondci Advertising would bo
I'linut the best thing thnt could ho
(lout' In connection with the snort.
..ml what If one brand of machine Another attraction has been add-
puts iiii records today, for tomorrow cd to the line program of sports
the will he biokcn. It hns ever which hns been nrranged by Dr.
been so. anil wheic would most of Hand of the Y. M. C. A. for June 11.
Hie c.cle manufacturers be if they In addition to the Marathon race,
bad not spent money like water In walking race ami motorcycle events,
huge salailes to their contract rld-.n nno Rume of baseball is to bo
Played between the N. (1. II. and the
This Is real good news to the fans
who have been deploring the fact
The fit st phase of the local plllkla
Is not worth mentioning, ns the rem-
uly Is so easy. Why not classify the
different mnchlnes as to power, etc., that the new series of games doe of fm ullJ g
All Readv For
Things nre looking bright for the
nclil rnco to Kahulul and all the nr
rangementB have been mude for ,lhe
trli Secrotaty'Nlely of the yacht
club has written J. N. 8 Williams slat
lug that tho ynchts expect to nrrle nt
Kahulul about midday on Saturday
June 12; the secretary asked that a
Judge be appointed to take thu time
of the yachts ns they rounded the
mark off the breakwater.
Should tlie yachts nrrlvc at Kahulul
after dark It has been arranged to
have n light shown at the matk, and
then the skippers will take their own
The Hawaii and other yachts will be
open for Inspection nt Kiiliuhil all day
SutKfay and no doubt the Maul people
will ginsp the opportunity of lnsiect
Ing the boat that they contributed to
the building of. It Is possible that tho
Charlotte C will nlaku the trip to Ku
hiiliil, but not as one of the racers
Tho smart little cratt would have no
trouble In getting to Mnul under ord
inary sail but, If carrying her racing
suit, would have a bard time If tho
trade winds were strong In the clum
The Maul people are making gient
preparations for the entertainment of
the visiting yachtsmen, and ulothoiigh
there will bo nothing much doing on
Saturday evening, owing to the crews
probably wanting rest, tho balance of
tho stny In Kahulul harbor will be full
mid let the same kind of machine
inn ngiilnst ench other? There
would he no sport In seeing n, well,
say. "Illue" machine run ugnlnst a
not start up until July And a fine A Mau, w mn ()ul , gW)t le
,"p yachts and there will bo one grand
game the Marines will put
against the (iuards this time.
old time once the Kahulul bunch get
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
land sailors hae been practicing a ll0lt ot (he cty ,
n i: K
CRICKET PROSPECTS BRIGHT
lied" ditto, when one flyer was M lot and are In excellent form nt
! double cylinder und the other only (present and aie hopeful of lowering
ultifrlii : linn pnlniu itf Itifrvs hni'H
It will be a thousand pities If tho The Shaftcrs managed to defeat! FOR SATURDAY'S GAME,
inntoicjclc races aie allowed to full the Guards In the last game of tho
thiough. as the big e.owd that prob-lories Just finished, and that should ' tc r It hLen arranged
..b.y will u,,n out at Kap.olan. Parle C.vo the Marines hope. and. s they noa TtcaTf rem . he lirltis lips
t looking orwaid to seeing the , have inipioved a lot n the past few now n Qmwn flf
IT"."". .", "",u"" l"c lrcl. 7 ,,'.', , V.. .. "1 aro anxious for a game and as their
pliSmIi Stanley Stenhenson
The Paint Shop.
134 King SI
SODA WATER AT fiOfVIE
Sliy.ild not be considejed in the light of an expense, but
as a plcasuic that increases the comforts of a home and
brings delmht to the clnldien.
Consolidated ioda Water Works Co., Ltd.
mid theie will be great disappoint
ment If the events do not take place.
.What Is wanted In this city Is a
inotoi cycle Club which would get up
-v I. ..II a ..I. ...I. II... !.- ...,!...
ninners a.e awuy-on their long erg he hoys Q( ho olclllolm WCT(,
Journey , I asked to come to tho rescue.
The test of the piogram for tho r. ,.,.. ., ,u ,,, ,,, ,,, ,
us own lace ineeiings anu arrange i ureai nu m iiiiiuimu mis is simii- joost the game In this city nnd has
for trips out Into the country be- ing In fine style, nnd, It will ho ono got qu0 n blMlch of ,)layer8 to pronl.
bides looking after tho interests of lound of Joy froyl tli.e very start to so that ,lcy wm tlrn out t0 (.j,,
the spoit In general. The track iit finish. So far, Junu II seems lo tj10 saorHi ,,t f ,j10 cricketers
Kiipiolnnl Is In fairly good order hae the Glorious I'ouith beaten to w10 iavu promised to piny Is here-
now, nnd It is to be hoped that the a frazzle In Honolulu, nmt nothing wt, published, nnd It Is re-
ilders of the machines get together t seems ptisslble In the wny of a good quested that all those Interested In the
end put the spoils meeting thiough days' spoit on the Kointh. (old game turn up tomorrow afternoon
COOPER CUP RACE
SAILED ON SUNDAY.
The Kiipiolnnl Parlt .track, and In and "barrack" for their fancy
fact all the giound, Is In line order , The sailors aro reported to bo falr
now, and, glien u good day, there ly strong at tho game and In thut caso
khould be a tiemendous turn-out of will give tho local plajers a tough
JOHN SCHLEIF, Manager.
On Sunday next at l'e.ul Haibor tho
race for the Cooper Cup will be sailed
und from the piesent appearances It
will be one of the best races seen for
some time In these wnteis.
So far theio aio six entiki, for the
o,wnt nnd the latest was made y"-tei
daj when tho sloop Man 1'ihlaj w-s
entered by Tommy King. It Is surely
going to be a line struggle fo ll.'st
people on this day week,
Regatta By The
struggle before tho gamo Is through.
Most of tho Honolulu men aro In good
foini nnd It Is said that the batting
strength ol Uio local team Is stronger
now than It has been for a long time.
Now that Morso has started to play
once more, some big hitting may ho
looked forward to, as this player Is not
afraid to open his Bhouldcic and go
The Knmehameha Aquatic Club Is nf,er ,uo ball. Anderson, of courso. Is
mil Willi iiifMt nttrnetlvn nrnirrnm ln ,lU "8al frst Class form, and it
place lii the race, ami the handicaps ,... , ., , .. v,nta nm makes one wonder how tho genial
are so arranged that nil the boats tu hQ contCateil. There are races for ",lo,," would havo got on in first class
bins, irlrls and women, and rnnco -i. u ee nmi reiiiauieu in me "UIU
('mill ( ci
liae a cliniice of scoring u win
The entiles with handicap, are ns
follows. Defiance, scratch; .Maggie, i
i niliis.: Dagmar, IS nilns.; Maloln Chip
and Man Friday, 20 mill, each The
Hawaii II will leave Honolulu hribnr
at 7 30 on Sunday morning ami will
get down to tho Club House In plenty
-SSW Iron Fence
fl!w:iii3!i To-i !s'i;.- mi ill miinienl Wiirh
friini rniifiH rnc. to swlniinliic nnd ?"""" '"v,u u,u I"1"" UI "ll'
sailing events. The nfTalr piomlses '" UIVf" l8'a,lll " ' en many
to bo one of the most successful held ' .. AUhne a'"1 1,wf3 l"' " l,")
on the beach fu- a long time,
piogram Is us follows:
general opinion Ih that If Anderson
had nut left the Ilrltlsh Isles he would
KFX-r ifi ll'MG n or.
'INf, s- Br.t T
The Bulietfn Is First
'ceitalnly havo been playing there In
1. Two-paddle canoo raco (mod- first class rilckct for years past.
or time for the race. Vice Coi.-niidoie cm), "Women;" two prizes. En- The game between thu H. C. C. and
Jaeger will tnke n party dow.i 'n his tries, "Malkal Fine," by Mrs. J. K, Combined Iloats will comiuence nt 2:15
Inimch und vl't also see to tho t-'ltlug Aplo; "I.anaklla," by Mrs. Lahela o'c'ock tomorrow nfternoou.
or the ilce mill mill k. Klpl; "Wulilne UI," by Mis. I). K. The llouolulii team will be picked
The race will start at HI a. in. and Kama. frm tho following players: It. J"
this will allow Hideo who care to do 2. Tlnee - paddle canoe raco Huohly, H. M. Ayres.'H. Anderson, C.
bo, catching the 9:15 tialu rroui llotio- (modern). Hoys under 14 years. V- Maxwell, J. H. Klddes, T. W. Oray,
lulu, ami being In time to i-e tht it.nl Two prizes. Kntrles, "Malkal Flue," J- " l. Maclean, II r, II, Pottle, C. P.
or tho nice. The whole oiuliiK in nm- by Kamehntncha Aquatic Club; Moise, O, llustard, J. I,. Cockbiirn, J.
Ises to bo like all or the I'achl c: ill's "Lanaklla," by Prince J. K. Kalanl- " Walker, II. Ilalley, Markham, J. M.
affairs, lz: a lingo succo.'s. i.naole; "Home a'c Nel," by Hon. A. Tuekei,
IS XI i. p Atkinson. i Eerybody asked to turn out. If
i Vleira's Irieslstlliles are to Imok up Swimming race. 100 yards "vcussary twelve a side will be played.
j with Diamond & Co.'s team Sunday "Bn,,, inl " Sneclal nrlze I
,net and gie.it Is the speculation as . d,mn ,.,, r.iro fnindoml. UNKNOWN THAMP KILLED
In vlicthci the linbe.iten Wall Nichols r,m. rzca am cl,n. Entries, Dlu- v'"ltn' OKIa., May 20. "The Mo-
inincii vni g"t tneir good und hard mon8 stni. i,y lex. Smith, Jr.; Kl- ,e ,r' " ,asl I'assengor train on the
Whitney & Marsh
1. In News Service. " 3, City Circulation.
2. All kinds of Advertising, 4. Outside Circulatioi
5. Total Circulation.
fiom the haidwiire '.elleis. A. K. V,
fei Is confident lint his team will pull
thiough nil right mid scouts the Idea
thnt any house In the elt can beat
On Smil.iy nt Ktiplnlaiil r.'ik there
will be two guiles ol lull; the first, be
tween the He.irli and ToM-vas will
stmt at 1:30, ,mi the second, between
I tin- llighhindt) mid All Stars ill .'..
I hu Kallhls. who line Joined this
okalanl, by M. II. Piinohu; l.cllc-
hua, by Hairy II. Helola; Kameha
meha, by Kninebainebu Aquatic
Club; Mahlklnalao, by J. Kaliula.
5. Sailing canoe race (modem).
Seiond class. I'lvo pilzes. Entries,
Kill K'a Heklll, by M. I). Punohu;
lluliiomanu, by Alex. Smith, Jr.;
Olnp.i Kn Ulla, by John K. Aplo;
Pallkea, by John Levy; Makalll, by
St. I.ouls and San Francisco railway
castbound, was partially derailed nt
midnight 22 miles west of Vlnlta
while luumllng a curve nt high
speed. An unknown turnip was kill
ed and two passengers were lujuied,
Any advertiser can cavo money b7 using the Bulletin
exclusively. It covers the field. The rate in proportion
to service is the lowest in Hawaii. :: :: :; ;: ;;
li-iiuiiit. win ii.n ii n. .. .,,... .... Hairy II. Ilelelu.
iSiiiidny week Bulling cauo raco (mudcin).
I This ulteiiioon Maic.illlno ami In Women. Special piize.
galls will pln their game or handball 7' Kree - for - all sailing race
land a er exciting m-it-li 1, ' iked '"""'em). Pllze.
roiwnid to by the hiiml'i i ,n , m
iliequent the V. M. C. A n
STODDARD DAT: H
By Ilour or Trip
G. C. Beoldey, Jr.
IUCSIDENCE HOHI1KD San Ma
teo, May 17. During tho absence
of George A. Keitell, a former city
trustee, nod bis family from their
home in Elm Btreet Saturday night
burglars entered his homo through
u rear window und thoroughly ran
sacked the place. A sniall amount
CHEW II CIC ' mo"c'y waa secured and Mime
JUWUll j .
IIO.VK Vow York. May 17 After
li-n'nir gl 'en up nil hope of bccIiis
I ml again, Capl'ln Anion' on and
li'i eiew of five of 'he llrl'Uh
I o n r Iloaiiol'e, whl h went to
iiieiii 21 iiiIIcj oil Hie Azoica March Foimerly cutter for H. P, Roth, is
2ii, ai lived here today on the Fabra now in chaise of L. B, KERR &
line steamor Gallia. CO.'S TAIL0RINO DEPARTMENT.
Black Douglas Oil
Acknowledged to be quickest and surest remedy for
Ever used on these Isl nds. It does not irritate or burn,
but gives relief immediately. Obtained at leading drug
stores and at VETERINARY SURGEON POTTIE'S Office,
Corner Hotel and Union.
Lovejoy & Co.,
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
902-904: Nuuanu St., Honolulu
A "Square Deal" For
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-fitting, 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, strontr,
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 Z "
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KING AND BETHEL SIS.
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