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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY. JULY 10. 1909.
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TIME to Paint.
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this Spring. Wchave
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""the paint that
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j looks best. Made
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rccora oi iony
years of good paint
making behind it.
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D A I hi O HAVE Tt1E LAMEST SAL f
I A I 1)1 I O ANY PAITS IN THE WORLD
E. O. Hll & Son, Ltd.
A Sure mill Safe Kid
i ; 1 7 7T1
Tlio talk of the Sulllvan-Cnrdell
match being pulled off nnywhero else
besides nt the Orphcum is nil poppy
cock, nnil In nut worth considering. Jte
Cohen Is the recognized fllit manager
In tli Ik town, timt the odl theater la
nboiit ns good, tir bettor, tlinn nny
other iiIiicl In IIiIm city fur pulling ml
It Is nil cry line for other jeople to
Imtl In uml try ntul snare a man awn)
tniiii another iiruniiitcr, but the piilillc
lins tu liu considered In the liutterv
mid the spuits of IIiiikiIiiIii ulll stuuil
liy the man ulio hus iut phinv utter
hIiiiw on mid nut iilwnyx ut u ijrolii
vlthur. It would Kiiriirlne miiiii of tl-
Kinmt oniM It I hey knew Jimt liuw
iiiiiiIi Cohen nni.Ie over the Sullivan
1'eterKon Kt foi'lnsliince; It was ery
llttlu ,mid the proill of the CunlellSnl
Hvmi tnalrli was ikiIIiIiik coniinun
Kiinite ultli the risk takuu.
Cohen lirmiKlit t'onlell dmvn hero
mid paid Ids expense tou, and Jack
lets It prvlty plainly he understood
that he Is koIiik to Btlck liy the man
lie contracted ulth till the present
hctles of scraps Is pan. Ijiut on If
nny other inainiKcinent eares to offer
siilllclunt Inducement for n IlKht, no
iloulit .luck, then lielnK throimli with
Cohen, would consider a pioposltlou.
Dick Sullivan, ultlioiiKli not In any
way hound tu Joe Cohen, ictillzc that
It wus the mnntiKor of the Orpheiim
who first airaiiKed some liuuts for
July 18i i Opening nf Oaliu
July 18:3 Atea vs. Wnlano.
July S'A Alca
To Cool nnd Pu-ify the Blood.
These two Remedies nre necessary in n tropical climate. Are Riven
in the feed and water. For Horses that stumble or are logy and out
of soits- vou cannot do better than pive a covtr-e of these Remedies.
II. JOHN POTTIE. Hotel and Union Sts.
July 24. Sullivan n.
July 14: Onlm vs.
nit oMIkciI to' he ridden out nnd can
.o w mi tu u Inlk nl the liulsli If the
Jockey Is Instliicled to do ho hy tin
Jockey on tl'ij
thliiK Is that If tin
second choice of the
rttnlile sees that tho owner's choice
cannot win, he'ls ut liberty tu eiideaoi
to do so on Ills mount iuitvtlistandlii(i
the declaration of the owner Hut tin
rlKht'is wry seldom exercised, mid thu
writer, who wus In close touch with
the Kame in n rncliiK country for ninny
years, ran only remember two occa
clons wht-n the second rholcii came
with n lute run uml won liy a nose
from nnotlier stable's horse that had
Just about defeated the lavoilte.
John T. Molr Is disgusted with the
lace game as can led on In llllo, unit
no wondei, for "a more crooked bit of
Let Us Haul
We have, the best facilities for
handling freight and other hauling.
A tnal will pioVc. ,
Honolulu Construction Sc Drajdng Co.
Phone 231. Office Fort S trcit. Opj). W. C. Irwin & Co.
Why Patronize the Oriental
There is no necessity for building up Yokohama or Canton
with good Amciican dollars fiom Honolulu. In the FURNITURE
LINE wc sell ns low and lower than any Jap or Chinaman, AMD
give you FAITHFUL SERVICE.
We make the best wire matressci in Honolulu. They will
not rust and they will last twice as long as ordinary wire beds.
When you want a wire mattress call on us. Remember- they an
''Made in Honolulu by Citizen Labor."
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
King and Alakca Streets.
hint nitil nu tin tiifitit rwtnlltil fill ttltiiu u ....!
J !..." . ., ii i Ti .... ,'''"" WM ncgr been "" anyi,clvlllzed:(iefeat to Auilvrvon & Co., Mil.
have ulways lireva llu.i between them. ,., ,v ti. mi,, i,i,.h n,,,,, . , .. ,. .
. . . . . ... laco tracK. lne Hlio jmiges were Interest In the old irame Is
Dick hits no Intent on of t h uk ug of ..,. , - ,,,..,, ,; , ,.,.. . . " , . . , h ,
fi..i,ii.,.. n....t.nr i- n.n.. .i.n. "WT0 '" MU """'K1'1 feliig, mid the) ng a lot. uml it only needs c
lighting unywhere elo tha i ut the O ,,, t,.lr U(.8t to Ill3ko m. Thelr , f ,,,.. Kn, ,
IJIHMIIll HI prt'CIH, lit1, IlrtU L.irtlt!ll,
nnllmi In tloplnrlii! th 'llfrrhiitilu
may consider sumo other pro,.osal lat 3tak(.H .. race;. 1JIel tttht,10 a,1)rov.
ur .'.'"' ...... at "f everyone except tho crooks them-
Much dlscusslor Is going on nronn," ,., ,, , t fy mt Mr
tho town us to how the coming fight M)lr ,,., ..cUt-.t t pulliut from the
wll I cn.1 mi, tho si-irts seem pretty racp ,,, ,n lllturvlew Mr, Molr
wcl evenly dlWdod ns to the chances , oUll, , lmyu ,;,,,,. .. ny , ,htf
of the two men. One lot of them reck. ownerH of tm, ,iav wo, ract,ll
on that Sullivan .11.1 not show up us feel dlssntlsfle.Iu.r fll to receive theli
This afternoon's cricket match
should be n real good one. nnd there
fhould not be much difference in
the scores when they come to be
compared, ns both sides have some
good men who nre capable of knock'
lug up n century or so when In form.
Quite n bunch of members who
very seldom turn out nre .expected
to roll up today, nnd the form of
several of the old timers will be
watched with Interest. It Is nut so
much n matter of the eye being in
ns the wind being 0. K. Most of
the men who have not played for
some time will have bellows to mend
before they have made many runs.
At present the weather looks
threatening, nnd If 11 tains this aft
ernoon of comse the mutch will be
abandoned. The Scottish bunch
feel ery conlldeut of victory, nnd
k) do the "olhets," who do not come
fiom the laud of the Thistle,
lliichlcy will captain the "Oth-
eis," and he will lend the (lower of
the II. C. C. Into the Held nt Makikl
his afternoon. And a great go It
Is going to be for sure. It would be
Indeed strange to see a team from
Scotland defeat u bunch of mixed
English, Americans, Irish, Austral
ians, New Zealanders nnd two or
three other nationalities.
Still, In Honolulu the Thistle
brigade play good cricket, nnd It Is
n.ulte pOHulble that the "Others"
tuny have nn off day and go down In
the spoit along In great style. Hay
will start at - o'clock sharp nnd nil
players nre requested to he on the
ground nt that time.
GOLF AT COUNTRY CLUB
AS USUAL TOMORROW.
purseB.-'l will b4M myself personally
tesKmdbUiiisud pay them out of my
own'pockt should the lessees refuse,
well us usual In the last fight, nnd that
his right was ns good us muzzled.
Hy some the fact of the lazy right
is e,uai lieu oy saying i mil u.ck nan , . t avllriM hy ,
no spurring partners during his train. Jllc, ,,NolllllB Whnleu-r was said
lug whom he could exercise tho dang- tn lm, nlmtll California Jockey Club
c.uus list on. Others smile and look nlog ,, wa8 ,hure , 0 rac
know uk when the matter Is men- nR ,,,,, , bc l(1() ft r , ,
tinned; maybe they think they know , ,, , U)
somet'ilng on the Inside, nnd me siv tem A , ,,,, M a, Wkwvh
lug up t'.elr dough for a plunge on , , , a , w ,,,, from
""" """""' niMi. inej uru mi wui ..... ... ,rkl,.. , r,irI f,.,.,...
come to their opinion.
from tuklng nny pmt or interest In
Illfll 1111111 tin,. ! ulinli iriii.l . II t m.
"""', "'""' ""' h""" "' horse racing In the future except n n
Hint they need cry little woik nl s,t.ctntor"
present. Cordell is going in for swim. ' n tt H
nilng n loi mid ftnds that exerclr Just HINDOOS OAMBLE
the thing to k.ep him In form. Stilll-,
van Is taking things easy too, nnd lfl Atil VLU "AX.
u.....,.iu .. :.. n. i.i ti. ... I
...... .. .u. ... . ,L. ,, lIlu s,o familiar with the
wnte fiom. there ho can take a dlve'olll Joke whc)l a(lgerU ,h,t ,,
In whenever he feels Inclined i ,,,, h w, , h
i ne imui mi .nny ti is going to l,c
the hnrilest 'either man tins had fv
many u day. nnd It Is hard 'lo.sny'whn
will win, It Is not yet decided iindci
what rules (lie men will box, but It
Is hoped that the break-clean uile will
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SPOUTS BY THE
John O'Hourke of llllo says lie Is
tliioiigh with the racing game In that
city. Well, maybe It Is Just us well
for John to bay lie Is pan, for there is
n ery slender chance of the game
booming again In the rainy city after
tho heuutitiil exhibition of the Fourth.
O'Hourke, In an Interview given to
thu Tribune, makes u lot of statements
that appear very Hue tu miyunutwho Is
not acquainted with tho true fuels of
the caso. Only about one thing has
he said the right thing, mid that is as
regards the Judges tilling Mr. McLen
nan, owner of Webber, $100 for not rid
ing that horse out in thu race that wus
won by Adrian l.ecouvreur.
As before stated In these columns
when an owner has two horses in n
race lie Is allowed to declare which
hoi so hu Intends winning with, and
If possible hu lias to win with that one.
Weekly Bulletin S5 Per Year
race is to cut out a list of the run
ners, get u pin, shut one's eyes, Btuli
ut the names, put your money on the
horse whose name Is first pricked.
The native of India hus an equally
amusing method. He wagers his
money according to the colors worn
by the Jockeys, nnd takes no heed of
the merits of the horses; or he will
buck ii horse ridden by his favorite
Jockey, no matter whether tho mil
mal In a runic outsider or not.
Ills ideus of gambling, In fact, are
distinctly novel. Some of thu more
wealthy Indians form rings and baclr
every horse in the race, thus gaining
the satisfaction of getting a winning
every time, it is really only of lata
years that the native of India has
necomo u habitual gambler on the
turf, und uowadnys the hulk of the
betting ut the various racing centers
In India Is done by natives. Indeed,
the authorities are becoming con
cerned about the growth of the bet
ting which takes place among tho
Indian natives, It being usserted
that ns tunny as thirty lacs of rupees
(about 11,500,0001 Is lost und won
In the course of u season.
The Ignorant masses hnvo not a
great deal of actual money to warger,
but bo badly bitten are many of them
with tho cruzo for betting at race
meetings thut they frequently wager
whut little money they possess on n
The usual crowd of golfers Is ex
pected ut the Country Club tomor
row, and, If the weather holds off,
otne good play may he seen, The
'inks uiu in excellent order und the
Inrgo amount of work that tins been
put In Is now beginning to show re
sult. A professional has not yet been
engaged, nnd It may be some time
until one Is, as It Is difficult to get
a good limn at this time of the
year when all the men have made
their arrangements for the season.
However, an eye Is being kept out
for a likely man, nnd no doubt me
will ho secured boforo long.
Clifford Kimball Is much missed
iy the club, ns he was always think
ing of the best Interests of tho con
cern, and used u lot of his span
time in efforts to shove the club
along. U will be a. long time till as
good a man can be found to hold
down tile position of chairman of the
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KALIHI ATHLETIC CLUB'S
CONCERT AND DANCE.
Tim other horse may be used to make horse, and If they lose they simply
the pace lor thu fancied one, but Is replace their lo88 by steallug a
By the Hour or Trip
G. G. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNd fJARAGE. PHONE 180.
The concert and dance (if the Knlilii
Athletic Club is to be held in the K. ol
l. Hall this evening, und (is the sale
of tlckots has been going on In fine
style a big attendance is expected.
The concert, which stnrts ut b
o'clock promptly,, will be one of the
best over given by the well known
club. Anyone who ever saw May und
Keoho In their famous Jupauesu stunt
will admit that they hae the patter
down fine, und that their hiiidness Is
us good us most profcpslouuls ut the
Then May might possibly ho Induced
to glvu his well known sketch, In which
ho imitates another nationality with
huge success. This turn always rings
down the house and hus to be seen to
be upprecluted. '
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The knock-about team of four will
also perforin, und their stunts are nl
wuys well done und clcvor, Anyone
who wants a laugh hud better stroll
up tu tho hall with a friend und hand
over four bits to thu doorkeeier, who
will pass them both In for that small
After one hour nf fun tho dunce will
start and then the Joy will be mipreme
The music Is to bo tho ery best In the
city und as the floor has been specially
prepared a most enjoynblu hop should
bo the order of the evening.
neighbor's goods, The consequence
Is that when the racing season ar
rives the police nre kept busy dealing
with cases of petty larceny nnd other
crimes Involving loss of property.
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, ii
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
HDFDA HHIKF Saturday Eve.
vi L.in IIVUJL,
July 10. at 8.15
Dr. Thos. E. Green
Will deliver an address on
"THE GOSPEL OF DISCONTENT A PROTEST"
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A Perfeot Blend
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Sauerbrunnen, 100 bttls to the case, ra $10.00 per case,
Himbeersaft, 12,ge bt Is to the case, (ft, $8.50 per case.
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Whol :sale Distributors.
Men and Boys' Clothing
Just arrived. Latest New York styles. PRICES
New line of athletic underwear nnd Pajamas for the
YEE CHAN & CO.,
185 King St
White Cotton Cloth, 36 in. wide,
10c a yard
L. Alloy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
Benutiful made-up frames in oval, round, square nnd
Also the fluent assortment of picture frame mouldings
ever shown in this city. Thete frames and mouldings
were all personally selected in New York by the proprietor.
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"Everything Photogra phio,"
Fort St,, below Hotel.
lEvenln Bulletin 75c. Pei? Month
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