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EVENINO BULLETIN, nONOLUUT, T. II,. SATURDAY, NOV. 27,' 100a.
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We enn interest you if you do, as wc have just re
ceived a big shipment of BAGS, SUITCASES & TRUNKS.
Goods arc priced so you can afford extra quality
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It speedily rclicves-Hovan, Impaction of Stomach
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with the general health of the Dairy Cow.
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rUam tipUln. vHVnt twiki vUttkttaa oa pH,
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Beats anything on the market for the home laundry.
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J. S. Bailey.
BT V. I. STEVENSON.
M. A. A. Track Meet
When the flrHt cent of the Mill-mine,
tun Athletic Association's progrnm
Is Hnrteil this afternoon, there
bhoulil lie a very large gathering ot
fpectutorn at the league grounds.
The ball will bo Ret rolling at
1:30 o'clock, when the GO unW
hiii lnt will claim the attention of
mime of the fastest runners In this
Territory. Kn Sue anil Iltco, thnn
whom It would lie hnnlcr to name
faster men, will lie in tllllerent heats,
hut should get close to competing In
the final. MlCiiII, of tho Twentieth
Infantry, should also Ret into til's
final, nnd although It Is hnrd to
Rive him n chance against Kn Sue,
the rnce should be n very close one
Four teams will compete today
In nil the events, and they will he
made up from the Marines, l'lf'h
Cavnlry, Twentieth Infantry and N.
(I. II. Tho "Ulcers ot the day wl..
lie: Dr. Hand, referee; Colonel
Junes, N. a. It.; Mnlor Wndhams,
Twentieth Infantry; Captain Ramsey,
U. S. M. C, and Lieutenant James,
Fifth Cavalry, judges; Lieutenant
yherlih'ii starter; Lorrln Audicws,
clerk of .inn !,.; John Maicalllno, an-
nouncer; Lester l'ctrlc. P. Muurico
McMuhon nnd llcnnle Clark, tlmeis.
The full program nnd entry list
is published below:
1. SO Yards Dash. 1st Heat: Hard
l.er, XT. 8. M.; Truer, 20th Infantry;
McCandlcss, N. 0. If.; McDonald. Sth
Cavalry. 2nd Heat: nc.ii up, U. fc
M.j nice, N. 0. II,; McCall 20th In
Inntry; Urccn, Sth Cavalry. 3rd Heat
Wllllnms, U. 8. M.; En Sue. N. CI. II.,
Splccr. 20lh Infantry; McOorkln, 5th
2. High Jump Allen, U.S.M.; Koe
than, U. S. M.; Connor, U. S. M.; Mc
Candlcss. N. 0. II.; IV Brottovlllo, N.
O." H.; Fttlkcnsleln, 2nih Infantry: Mc
Cart hyr 2()th Infantry; Hill, 20th In
fantry; Foley, Sth Cavalry; Johnston,
5th Cavalry; McKarland, Sth Cavalry.
3. Finals, 50 Yard Dash. (First oud
second l'l ouch of the heats to coin
petae.) 4. Tus of War, 1'rlnwy Heats.
First Heat: N. O. II. vs. 5lh Cnalry.
2nd Heat: 20th Infantry vs. U. 8. M.
5. Half Mile Hun. Beaumont, U.
3. M.; Spurry. U. 8. M.; Nelson, U.
B. M.i Marcullluo or Addison, N. 0.
II.; Care or Fnrla, N, O. II.; Do Ilret
tevllle or McCandtcsa, N. (1. II. i
Sorenron, 20th Infantry; Peterson.
20th Infantry; Stuart, 20th Infantry;
floll, 5th Cavalry; Williams, Sth Cav
alry; West, 5th Cavalry.
6. 100 Yard Dash. 1st Heat:
Oardneri U. 8. M.j Illce, N. O. II.;
I. lent. Chilton, 20th Infantry; McGoo-
kin 5th Cavalry. 2nd Heat: llcarnp
U. 3. JL; Bu Sue. N. O. H.; McCall
20th Infantry; nolllngs. 5th Cavalry.
3rd Heat: Williams, U. 8. M.; Mc
Candlcss, N. G. H.; Truer, 20th In
fantry; McDonald, Sth Cualry.
7. nascball TlirowliiR. Williams.
N, a. H.; Ilutler, N. (1 II.; lllco, N.
O. II.; rioiilomi, 20th Infantry; Row
land, 20th Infantryf Okrey, 20th In
fantry; Beverly, Sth Cavalry; Boll, 5th
Cavalry; Resslnr, Sth Cavnlry,
8. Finals, 100 Ynrd Dash. (First
nnd becond In each heat to compote.)
9. Standing Broad Jump. Alton,
U. S. M.; Connor. U. 8. M.; Keshan,
II. 8. M.; McCandlcss, N. O. II.; Kn
8uo, N. 0. II.; I.ota, N. O. II.; Row
land, 20th Infantry; Hill, 20th Inran
try; Langhmlllcr, 20th Infantry: Har
mon, Sth Cavalry; Newlaud, Sth Cav
nlry; Notestlne, Sth Cnvalry.
10. 120 Ynrd Hurdle. lBt Heat:
Keshan, V. 8. M.; Lota. N. O. H.;
Laughmlllor. 20th Infantry; Foley, Sth
Cavalry. 2nd Heat; Brydalsltl, U. 8.
M,; McCandless, N, O. H.; Rowland.
20th Infantry; Smith, Sth Cuvalry.
3td Heat: Connor, U. 8. M,; Rico, N.
O. H.j McCarthy, 20th Infantry; John
ston, Sth Cavalry.
11.' Running nfoad Jump. Allen,
U. 8. M.; Connor, U. S. M.j Keshan,
U. 8. M.j McCandless, N. G, IL: ISi
Btio. N. G. II.; Ix)tn, N, O, H.; Bowers,
20th Infantry; LaiiKhmtlliif. 20th In
fantry; Hill 20th Infantry; Rollings,
Sth Cavalry; McFarlnnd, 5th Cavalry;
Kmerlck, Sth Cavnlry.
12. Quarter Mlla Run. Beaumont
U. 8. M.j Sperry, U. 8, M.j NelBon,
V. 8. M.j Caroy. N. G. H.j McCand
less, N, O. H.j Marcalllnu or IngallB,
N. 0K H.j Woodruff, 20th Infantry;
McCall, 20th Infnntry; Lieut. Chilton
20th Infantry; nreen, Sth Cavalry;
West, 5th Caalry; Williams, 5th Cav
alry. 12. 120 Yard Hurdlo Finals. (Hist
and second In each heat to compete.)
14. Throwing tho Hammer, Boots.
IT. S. M.j Coroy, V, S. M.j (VSulllvan,
w, l), H.j McCandlcss. N. O. If.; But
ler. N. O. H.j Krauhu, 20th Infantry;
Nlcholg,U!0th Infantry! Simons. 2Qth
lnfaiitiy;v.Mriy, Srti1 Pavnlry; Note-
Sth Cavnlry, Kpasler, 5th Cnv-
15. 220 Yard llunllc. 1t Heat:
UryilalBkl, U. S. M.; nice, N. 0. II.;
McCall. 20lli, Infantry; .McDonald, Gth
Cavalry. 2nd Heat: Connor, U. S.
M.; Lota, N. O. H.; Kaughmlller, 20th
Infantry; Smith, nth Cavalry. 3rd
Heat: Allen, U. 8. M.; McCandlcHH.
N. O. H.j Rowland, 20th Infantry;
Foley, Sth Cavalrj
16. Shot Put. Allen U, S. M.j
Shelby. U. 8. M.j Corey. V, S. M.j
O'Sullhan, N. G. H.j Ilutler. N. G. II.,
McCandless, N, G. II.; Simons, 20th
Infantry; Morwar, 20th Infantry; Tay
lor, 20th Infantry.
17, 220 Yard Hurtllcs, Finals.
(First and second In each heat to
18. 220 Yard nun. Beaumont. U,
3. M.; Nelson. U. 8. M.; Carey, N. O.
II.; Rice, N. O. II.; Bit Suo or Mc
Candlcss, N. G. 11.; Ingalls. N. O. !!.;
Woodruff, 20th Infantry; McCnll, 20th
Infantry: Mount, 20th Infantry; Mc
Gookln. 6th Cavalrj-; Rollings, Bill
Cavalry; Mullory Sth Cavalry.
19. Tug of War, Flnnls.
Local Tennis Stars
Play Match Today
This afternoon at ":.".0 o'clock on
ho llcrelnnla tennis courts the much
talked of match between Miss Mi
lam Hall and Mrs. Coulter, nee Hor
ner, will tako place. Tho latter
ilnyer was for a long time champion
.f these Islands and used to play
most ot her tennis1 along the Hunm
laia coast dlstllct of tho big Island.
On only one occasion was Miss
Horner beaten, and this was when
s member of the famous Van VI let
family of tennl& platers met and de
feated her In n championship match.
It must be xiilil. however, that Miss
Horner was not In the best of form
when she played Mlbs Van Vlltt.
Mrs. Coulter Is playing In excel
lent form now, and has had a lot of
real hard practice with many of the
man members of the club, Tho for
mer champion should put up n great
game against Miss Hall, although
the latter is In the first flight or
racquet wlclders. .
Miss Hull, who at one time played
with May Sutton in tho national
championship doubles and won that
much coveteil event, Is a fine tennis
plaer and bus shown what she can
do on tho courts by easily defeating
till comers in the last local cham
Miss Hall can volley and smash
Just about as well as any of our local
men plnjeis, and her service la a
hard one to win off. The mateh be
tween the to ladles should pro
ldo as good tennis as has been seen
hero for jcurs.
Another added attraction this aft
ernoon will be a mixed double exhi
bition match between the present
holders or the championship, Miss
Hall and F. K. Stcere, and Mrs. Coul
ter and K. 8. Gee. Four pluycrs ot
tho caliber of these experts will
surely put up a game that will be
worth going miles to see. Gee is
tho holder ot both single and doubl"
championships of theso Islands and
It. a strong player. Ho and Mrs.
Coulter should just about account
for tho other pair this uftcrnoon.
Although a cable was expected
yesterday announcing tho result or
tho Davis tup play In Australia, so
far nothing has been heard fiom tho
Antipodes. Rain may hnvo Inter
fered with the match, or, for some
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The long paint manufacturing
experience of The Shtrnln
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them to make a moit tatli
factory Shingle Stain.
In Preservative Shingle
Staim, creosote, the belt wood
preservative, it combined with
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icason or another, It may have been
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(onio through this artcmoon, nnd In
that case It will be published In an
other column ot the Bulletin.
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Both Reilly Ard
Cullcn Arc Willing
Another promoter is thinking or
fclnRliiR a final ro between ilcllly and
Cullcn if he can come to terms with
the llRhlwclRhts before the Makura
arrives und Cullcn departs for Aus-
Cullcn Is so nnxlnus to proo that
under the straight Quconshury rules
be can defeat Rcllly that he will risk
u good-slied wad of money on tho
result. In the contest at tho Or
i.hcum Inst Wednesday night Cullcn
did not get going properly till too
late in the game, and oen then un
one v. ho remembers the first match
with Reilly cannot figure that In a
tlftecn-round go Cullcn could knock
A twenty-round contest would be
ti different matter, however, und It
seems probable that Cullcn loutd
give Itelll) the coup de grace any
time between the nU,eeilthuml,lnsl
The new would-bo promoter docs
iot figure on bringing off the fight
at the Orphcum, and considers that
u nioro central locution would bu
better. He docs not wish his nanio
to bo published at present, as noth
ing definite tins been done In th
matter. Cullcn Is willing to box Reilly
twenty rounds, nnd besides the purse
have n side wager on tho result of
the go. The champion Is determined
to leave tor Australia on tho Ma
kura, but would like to box onco
more before leaving Honolulu.
Itellh was seen this morulig and
at once stated that he was willing
to box Cullen uguln and that he
would not only coer any wager the
other man put up, hut would "see
Jack Scully (eols that as thcro Is
little chance of getting the Orphcum
theater owing to the opera company
being there, he cannot flguiu on of
fering u guarantee to tho boxers.
Ha would, however, manago a tight
on a percentage basis, and If the box
els agrco to that proposition tho con
test may come off In a week's tlino.
A twonty-round go would bo nn
attractive affair, and as both 'tho
men would bo staking some of tlwlr
own money on tho result u flerco
battle should eontuate.
Something di-tlnlto may be arrang
ed beforo Monday, and cither Scully
or the now light piomotrr may de
cldo to pull off tho mutch.
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Much Interest Is being moused In
tho suggested "Ills" Uitgiio-Oaliit
l.ouguu baseball game, and tho match
should. If It comes off, nettle onro nnd
for all tho talk of tho superiority of
At tho Heahinl Iloat Club tomoiiow
morning V. II, Illddoll, thojlfu saving
expert from Austrnlla, wIh'rImi uii ex
hibition of tho art of rescuing and af
terwards resuscitating, people, who
hnvo fallen Into tho harbor, Tho oxlil
lltlnn Will start ut 10 o'clock and sev
eral Individuals who will Imporsouutu
drowning persons will bu safely con
voyed to tho landing by tho expert.
Although Sam Hop took u wnllopliu
on tho ovo or Thanksgiving, ho was
able next day to capture a real lln
turkey which wub turned looso during
a baseball game that v. as played ho
tween tho I., Tung Specials nnd thu
Aynu Shoo Company. Tho bird In
Minio way got lso to tho fact that tho
u Inning team v. as to tako It as a
pi lie. mi It made a break for llbort)
Ah Sam, howocr. soon grabbed tho
foul and, as his nine eventually won
tho game, oor thing was O, K,
185 editorial rooms 25fl buai
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