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EVCNMNO IIULLCTIN', HONOM'Ml, T II, MONDAY, JULY 12, 1909.
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TIME to Paint.
Make your build
ings bright and clean
this Spring. We have
the best and most eco
nomical paint for you
the paint that
looks best. Made
bf of purest materials.
A record ot lorty
years of good paint
making behind it.
HAVE THE LARGEST SALE OF
ANY PAVTS IN THE WORLD
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
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A Sure mid Safe Kid
To Cool nnd Pmify the Blood.
These two Remedies nrc necessary in a tropical climate. Arc Riven
in the feed and water. For Horsc3 that stimble or are locy and out
of sorts, voa cannot do letter than rivs a coarse of these Remedies.
II. JOHN POTTIE. Hotel and Union Sts.
Let Us Haul
Wc Ivas the best facilities for
hindlinj freight and other hauling.
A uial will prove.
Honolulu Construction &; Draying Co.
Phone 231. OiT.cc Foit S uect 0pp. W. C. Ir.vin & Co.
hv Patronize the Oriental
There is no necessity fo bjihlinu np Yokohama or Canton
with Rood American dollara f o.n Honolulu. In the FURNITURE
LINE wc sell ns low and low -r than any Jap or Chinaman, AND
jjuc jou TAimrUL SERVICE "
Wc make the best wire iratreirs m Honolulu. They will
not rnst and they will last iw ic as lent; as ordinary wire beds.
When voa want a vir- mattress c. II on us. Rc:nc:uber they are
"Hade m Honolulu by Citizen Latici."
King Ad Alakca Streets.
Country District Races Attract Hu&) Crowd Close Finishes and Square
Deals Hamakua Coast People Show How to Run Horse3 Straight.
(Special Ip tho Hill let In.) IJein I'rltcliard; 2u I. Wlnlrreil Ilcrg.
HONOKAA, July fl. "Hie people ln SIiikIo ladles' lace; 20O .vards; Vlo
Hiinokua uiut dlstilct were tieutod nn let Itlclmnl: 2ml, Violet Toudhlvo.
Jiilv 3 and 6 li n splciulld program,! Tree fur alt, llam.-ikui champion
, which, with the assistance of the ship, 1 mile; 1st, .1. S. Ilotelhn; 2ml,
weather cjictk, tlie gooii nature oi tnujAirrcd Culres.
ciowd, nnd a hard working committee, Married ladles' .Marathon; 100
went oft Ktnooth im tho proverbial ')ai-ds; 1st. Urn (I C llufKaard; 2nd,
Mnrrlago Hell The events had been Mrs. II, 8. Ovcicud
largcl) udvcrtlsed, but the gathering Thrco legged race; 10(1 jardH.
wai far giontor tlinn expected; fully Putting 14 lb rhot. Win. Nut Icy, .18
2100 people taklnK In the horse racing feet (! In.
mid athletic sports. The papers io-i Wheielbarrmv inee
ipienteil nil tn hilng their best liinnor, I Pal m.in'H iacc; 2no nr In; lt. Win.
which I hey stuel) did, for it better Nut ley; 2nd, .1. A. I'enilil.t.
Ii Hilled ciuwd would be hard to find. 220)nids dunh. Int. Oeorgo Spell-
The first p-ilt of tho piogtum was cer; 2nd, .1 H Ilotelhn.
a liMtuiuoiiidu ilancu In the l.)ceum The (ommltleeH were, Mr. I. Vol
on Saturday night. Thu Brand march ilemar Kniidscn, mastpicrndn; Mr.
was led y Mr. nnil MtB O. C. Hof- Oeorgo Kalrer, races; and Mr. Allan
guard, die-sued oh Norwegians, follow- Roylc, Athletic sixuts The latter ably
eel lij n .nolle)- ciuwd of firty peoplo, aBsUtoil by Menu. A Chnii. (llbb, J.
the whole, ns they wound In and out It. LoiikIii r and John Jckiis.
duiliiK the Intricate maith, making a Oient credit Im due tliuxe Kentlemen
splendid appearance. Mrs. Win. Pay- for tho unj thev eimlneered their
ne as "MiirKiicrllo" and Mrs. K. Walk- dllTeieiit paitB, iiml It must bo grutl
vr of I'uaiillo iih a "Spanish Cavalier" fjliiK to the men to know that their
were nwnrilvit tho llrst tirlzes for tho hard work resultel In a wry enjoy
most elaborate costumes. Miss Neltlo able, a much appreciated, u (Jlorloiw
lllckard hud a black domino with two Fourth.
1 osiers pasted on the lower pal t, and ! Thu Honokaa band phi oil almost
on the arms, breast and hood had contlnoiisl) thiuimhout the day and
telerted rultliiKS, the whole having a added much to Its enju) inuiu
rihiiI elicit. That cohtumo nnd Mr. a t: tl
Tom Illckinrs 'Old Nick," wero r r r
awarded tho prlze.i for the moat orlRl- JVlyrtlC UfilCat
lu.il Lostiuuis Mi. I). Wehtoby made I " - - t
n Bood clown and a lot to keep iinl ilCaltlrM OWiultnCTS
the liumoioiis side. Mr. A. C. Glbb
of Honokaa looked well us a "Chink." j Natatorial artists from the Myrtlo
A wry stilkhiB couple were Mr. I.ar- club defeated the llealan! bunch
sen ub a Scotch soldier In a coat made Ilftcr n cj0si. l0nt,,sl Saturday aft
fiom an old red blanket and buttons trnoon
or the tops of bctr bottles, and Mr. The laallll weh M Mlo Ile.
Johnson an hs buxom lassie. Mr. nlanta Cnrlol I.awicnce. Cunha.
Hall n. "Umlo bam' with Maud Bo- Myrtles-Th.ui.M.n. Tntey. Padehln,
tilho as Mrs. Sam. MUa Hall as a Uav,Sp R-tu m Ccnlc'
Shepberdess Mis. Unffctt and Mrs. Tho ,, xllth ttu, ,wum t ,hc
..fc... .n iHiuiivnu HI1I4 Ullll u nun
of others, Colonial girls, Kpsles,
L'ncle Sums, and Auntlo Sams. The
JudKes were Jlcadatues K. Madden, P
Til lor and A C. Olbb. Messrs. K. S.
flltt flllttl P Mtililiitl n,1 Inmno rll.l.
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The races started on time Monday ,T,, , ','' ,h." ,-"""l """ "'
ornliiB on the ciw-nmcnt ro-il Tho "rn,e' l lnt' " '"l ,,r V'0 ",lv'lntaB,
AT AALA PARK
RIVERSIDE LEAGUE STANDING.
Port Shnftei 2
naval slip Instead of .it the Illsliop,
leaulted In n win fin the Mrtles by
n ery nariuw iiihikIii. The Hcalanl
bwlmlncrs wcic the fnsttst t'.noiiKli
the wntor, but the) stemed to bo un-
fidlin.liiB'lH the remit:
1 Kieo for all, Hawaiian brel,
mile Purso $100. Won by M. S.
their faster paio buw them
Unfuitintitoly" In the last stago
of the relay a tcilinleil four oc
mrred thioiiBh Centei ami Duke
Kreo for all. Hawaiian bred. ',4 "'r.B toEellieiv Just befoie the lln-
mile. Purso J75. Won li M S Ho-telho
3. Pico foi all, Hawaiian bred.
Isli. The collision made no differ
ence to tm result of the race, us Cen
ter was within tlnce )ards of the fin-
mile initio KC, Won by O. C. Hof- hh wllc" 0,lKu B,rclv his hand uc
rldentally nRiilnst tho leading man's
The name which distinguishes the
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The name which stands for the
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i I.umi racq. ,'i mile. Purso $10. lctl
Won b) J. do Itochn. ' A ,ot of tn"v "bout a foul went
.".. fientlemen's race. V, mile. Purse on- Tlle JudBca looked Into tho mat-
$10. Won b) M. Vneas. ,el" an,l finally decided that no pro-
0 Mule race, 't mile. Purse $23. le8t -"ld stand, und the race was
Won li Geo. Spencer. awarded to tho M)rtlcs. Center aft-
7 Mu'e nice, '', mile. Purso $10. irwuida stated that he had no lnten
P.ntr.inco foe 10 . Won by A. II. ,lon of fouling Duke, nnd that ho
Lindsay. would nowr have thought of a pro-
i 8. Consolation race, free for nil i test only for tho jells of the spec-
mile. Pin to 15. Won by Archie Knua. tators. No time was taken Tor the
Tho horse entered by Archie Kaui race, ns tho dlstunce was not known,
of Ktiktilhaclo was n hot fawrltu In "nil the place for the race was only
I he first I are, but fell to t tilt 0 place, sehcted utter It was found that the
.HofKaaid's Dolly Gray came in a close HUhop slip was not mailable.
htcond. :::::: tt ti :t:ttt:nititittttn
Tho wcond race was veil run, the'
I two leaders keeping cloro company
lthu whole Btrctch. llaco No. 3 was
I run In two heats. Hofgaird's Dolly
.fliay ami P Hart's "Poii) ' i inning
In the Until,
I The laces were over pbiuit lunrli
lime, nnd at IMS tho Athletic t ports
islarlod In thu I.) renin Willi a M iwiolu
I tl.mru In costuino. The Wrnnda of the
I.)cntnn was then tinned Into a pint
i form and Chnlrmiii Win Jmiies Glbbs
of Panu'inu wllh approi ilntii imntirks
lutioiliiced Hut Ilev. C. II, II Ulnar of
Piaullo, "ho ilitlvered the oration.
The speaker handled the subject In a.
wi) iii.impiI) l.i inner and showed
ho was no novice at kccIich or n
pitllotle inlure the onllo.i deaily
healing tho Hall iiuik of uierleiici.
Tho l-iees followed, with tint follow
l IIo)h" nice under 12 .wars, 200
I) mils, Chiille KempMot
Girls' rate under M oin: loi)
MfdH- 1st, IMnn Muria), 2nd, Mary
i Suck nee open 100 aul 1st,
iMaKSle Piltchaid 2nd Alma Crozlei
i HIkIi Jump open; M ruthoth ami
ill M. nushalhky l0 at 8 10 Inches,
Anla Pari: was simply a mass of
packed humanity )csterday uftcr-1
noon, and the crowd was as large. If j
not larger, than that which nttended
the final game of the Inst scries.
All the chnlrs wero Occupied and
the fans stood five deep nil around
the boundaries. The bandstand was
also crowded und many ladle's wero
present. Captain llerger nnd his
musicians pla)cd some fine selections
during the afternoon, and tho music
was much appreciated by ever) one.
Mn)or Pern was seated In the
stand and passed out expeit dope as
to the merits of tho pla)ors. Pitcher
Gibson was much admired by thp
Ma) or, and certainly the marine de
served nil that he got in that line,
us he ptti)ed the game of, his life,
and his lleldlng wns superb.
i The enjoyment was somewhat
marred by the fact that rain fell Just
ns the second game was starting up.
However, It cleared sufficiently a lit
tle Inter to allow of tho gamo being
pla)ed, although, of course, the ball
was rendered rather slippery nnd
several errois were registered.
I The first game resulted In a closo'
' contest, the Afohas only managing to
defeat the Aalas afte ra hard go by
u score of 6 to 5, Thero was no
tcoro up till the fourth, when tho
Palamas came through with no lesa
than three runs. Then tberc was
nothing doing up to tho seventh,
I when the Alohas also piled up u trio
of runs, making tho score even. They
followed up that scoro by making
two In the eighth nnd ono In the
ninth, tho, Palamas In tho meantime
hitting up one In the eighth und one
In the ninth. It was a close game,
nnd somo good ball was placd. Gib
son pitched In first-class form, nnd
Hrlto behind the plate was also good.
Kaal, late or the N. O. It. team,
did very well for tho Palamas and
showed his knowledge of the game
right through the match. Dole and
Hoopll formed the Palama battery
and did well for their side.
Tho second game, between tho Au
las anil Kewalos, was rather one
sided, and resulted In n win for tho
former team by a score of 11 to 4.
The Kewalos did not appear to haw
a. 'chance against the Aalas, and the
piny at times was certainly poor.
Tho Anlas scored In their first,
making one, and again piled up three
In their third. The Kewalos man
aged to make ono In tho fourth and
again ono In the sixth, but the Aalas
responded with two In the sixth, nnd
then did tho merry-go-round act In
seventh, making po less than flw
runs. Then tho airship stunt came
off, and although the Kowulos did
manage to get two In their eighth,
the effort was too lute, and the Aalas
won ns botoro stated,
Tho ofllclnl scores or both games
wore ns" follows:
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Week! tfuJtetin Si Per Year
Thinning IC lb Inmni.-
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Pgg nnd spoon race, 120 vnt I
STODDARD DAVit ti
Huns o o o
llase hlts.,1 0 1
Runs . j...O
2 0 l C 3
i.1 Ilase lilts. .0 1 0 2
Two base hits, Kekahu, Gaw, Coll,
Ilrlto, Townseud, Knal; three base
lilt, Townsend; bases on balls, off
Gibson; struck out, by Gibson C, b
Dole C; wild pitch, GlbBon, Dole;
sacrlDcu hit. Ah Toon; double play,
Gibson to Akana, Tlmo of gamo, 1
hour 2.1 minutes. UmplrCj J. Wil
liams. Scoer, W. Tin Choug1,
1 2 3 4 G 6 7 8 9
Huns 0 0010102 0 4
Hub hlts.,0 0120112 07
1 2 3 4 C C 7 A 9
Ilune ....10300 2 50 11
Ilase hlts.,1 0 1 0 1 1 C 0 9
Two base hits, Chllllngwo'rth, Mo
ses; three baso hit, Kupa; bases on
balls, off Doponto 4, off Mcllnrdeo 4;
st i ik k out, by Deponto 6, by McIIur
deo C; wild pitch, Doponto; passed
balls, Joseph (2); secrlflco hits, Mc
Hnrdee, Miuahcma; hit by pitcher,
Itlee, Pimental. Time of game, 1
hour 4 fimlnutes. Umpire, J, Wll
Hams. Scorer, W, Tin Chnng.
Ry Hoar or Trie Wl'o PltcheJ a Great Cenie Vesterday , ,
Gri n t -i i- Tonnerly cutter for H. P, Roth, is
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