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' BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 26, 1910
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woodwork, windows, mirrors, railings, etc. Owing to
the great cleansing properties of linseed oil, Flxbap has a
great advantage over ordinary soaps for cleaning the dirt,
grease and smudge from the above mentioned surfaces and
a jiost-of others. As a handy soap for jhe home it has no
superior. We are handling Flaxoap in this vicinity and
would like to have the opportunity to place a few cans of
it on the shelves of every home. No one should be with
out it. It is a clear, amber jelly, readily dissolved in luke
warm water and used like ordinary soap suds. Its strength
does not injure the most polished surface or the most
tender skin. Let's talk Flaxoap to you.
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Wines and Liquors
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Made from your own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the appearance of being' Well
Goo. A. Martin Tailor, Hotel St.
A Standard Vibrator
with all attachments for FIFTEEN DOLLARS reads like a
Bargain Sale. We are selling the best on the market for
tliat price the GOLDEN and will have a representative
of that company every day this week at our store demon
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BT V. . STEVENSON.
Dog Fanciers Meet
And Arrange Show
I.nst nlfilit the llnwnllnn Kcnnul
Chili wns RtroiiRly represented at the
meeting Hint was hold nt Secretary
Tom Sharp's otllcc on Hotel Mtreet.
The gicntcst entliiulntun vviw hIiovvii
In the liroiecdliiRsmiul most of those
picnunt were the ovvueis of one or
two thoiotiKhliierf ilogH.
The election of offices win carried
out, nml the follnwliig gentlemen
were declared elected: I). I. II.
Isenliersr, president; I.. C. Abies,
lcc-prcpld(Mit: Torn Sharp, secie-
tnly and treasurer; J. White,
auditor; I). P. H. Isenbcrg, Tom
Sharp, W. H. CliniicK. Win. Henry,
Dr. Itmviitt, .1. McVeigh and C. T.
I.lttlejoliu, illiectois. '
After n lot of discussion It was
decided to hold the annual show In
September next, while the Alameda
Is here. As It will be such n long
time till the show ionics off, there
was not much In the wnv of details
attended to, but sufficient Indication
was shown of what the coming ex
hlbltlon would be IIKe. A suggest
tluu that the show should ke an ag
ricultural one, in whkh dojfi, cattle
and horses should all be exhibited,
was faoiably considered, but the
dlDlcult In bringing horses nml ini
tio 'from the other Islands was
thought to be too much, and conse
quently tho matter was chopped.
'Tom Sharp announced that the
sen Ices of a malulnnd Judge could
be secured, and that tlcorge Crnu
fleld of Krultvulc, Cal., was avail
able for the position. Crunficld
would be able to come on tho Ala
inc.1.1. Judge the dogs, mid then
turn on the samo boat to the Coast.
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from the Coast to take part In tho,
fchow. nnd they will ho a gieat ul
1 1 action. Thcso dogs will bo le
tuincd to the mnlnlnnd us soon in
I bo show- is over. Dogs that have
a pedigree lertllled to by a kennel
club nrc admitted to tho U. S. A.
free of duty, while thoso without the
nctesbaiy papers are chained 20 per
tent, ndvalorem duty.
At the last show of the kennel
club, in 1007, thcro wore 150 logs
benched, and snmo fine specimens
wcio on exhibition. This )enr tho
i luh expects n much lurgcr entry
list, and nn even higher standard of
Judging from last night's meeting:
tho dog fanciers aro , going to spare
no effort In making their show ono
of tho best otr brought off here.
a a n-
Guards To Play
On Sunday next ut 2:30 o'clock
tlieio will he n baseball game at tho
Icaguo Ki omuls between tho Marines
nml tho N, O. il. team. The mutch will
bo in tho natiuo or a In out of the
(luttrds who pro to play the picked
llect team in n week or so.
Sergenut Harry, who is very keen
on tho matches thnt are to bo played.
Is confident that his bo8 can not only
hand out the goods to the'.Marliies but
that they can also wallop the com
bined llect nine. Thcro will bo no
churgo Hindu at tho gates on Sunday
and eveiybody who takes an Interest
lu the doing's of Hurry's Hcauts and
Kllgoio's Knlhlits, ran drop In and boo
u l cal good game of hull.
Tho tiiurds liao beeil practicing
hard for some lime and tho bos are
getting into leally good form. Tho
Murines will linvo a practlco this af
ternoon und tho remaining dus till
Sunday. Tho Half We)s should put
up a good giimo und iilthough Harry
thinks that tho (iuarilB cannot ho beat'
eu, tho uuexpected may easily happen.
a a a
First Entry In
For Yacht Race
Kiuncls Hay of l.os Angeles is the
first )acht owner to enter n boat for
tho traiiB-Pacinc race. Ills entry will
Mart tho hall rolling and bcfoio long
u good tot of entries should bo In.
liny, tho owner of tho Winsome
the boat that Is entered for tho raco
Ib u wealthy joung Callfornlun, and he
specially designed tho Wlnmomo for the
Parlftc rnco. Tho acht Is DO feet
oei'nll, Is 12 feet on tho Ueum, and
diuws 8 feet Her sail urea is 1000
feet and her tonnugo 21.
Tom Ilobron Is woiklng on the
tirnin-Pacific raco affair, and ho Is do
ing well with the matter, i:oij thing
l)lits In another successful oent,
nml as the Coust papers nro starting
to boost tho nice, there Is no doubt
that a good number of jachls will sail
for Huwall on tho tlti of the big
Tl.o owner of tho WIiimiiuo bus of
feied n special prize for tho jachl
under sixty feet overall which makes
tho best nciiril tlmf ntei tho course.
Columbia Boys To
Be Seen On Diamond
On Tuesday next the Columbia
Park l)0)s will play a game of, Irnbe
ball at, Aloxnniler I'lcld agalnut a
1 Ffhool team of this city. The Coi.il
licjs hhould be In pietty good form,
'in they have had a lot of baseball
during their trip, and tho excrtUe
Jon beard ship coming tip from Aus
tralia must lime also Kept them lu
I The lads appear to li:ie bad a
good tluie In Australia, and It Is
good to think that all the athletes
who have Journejcd fiom the United
Stales to the I.aud o,f tho Kangaroo
hue all letumed with Ilia "tic u-ply,
'The Australians nri all right," on
I The tours of amateur and profes
sional nthlvtes nie doing more to
enlighten .both nations about eacn
other than nil the books, newspnpeis
and magazines In tile world. The
lAustrallans more closely lesemble
Unllfornlaiis than do the Inhabitants
nt Mie Knslern states: the resem
blance Is remarkable at times, nn
.!, ,,., mil,,., !,., mli with the
Callforiilaus feels nt home right
uway, and vice versa.
If Mlque Fisher uiriles out his
Intended baseball toitr of Austinla
sin, his men will hnva a gieat time
und the rcceptlun they got down
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tinner will suiprise mem. nu iuiei-
It mi Heel can oucli ror inc way
citizens of tho United States aro
treated In the Antipodes, and tho
feeling or filemUhlp Is being spread
lij Ihelr reports.
The Columbia boys will only ie-
re-!n.aln a day in Honolulu, and Into
J I hat shoit spaco of time they will
'..,.... .1 l.iiuulmll fnnri.t-l mill ll'ieil-
Hon. Tho IikhI sthoolbo) know
that they will be up against turnout;
combination of biill-plujeis lu the
Columbia outfit, but out bids nio
not woirylng vvortlf live tents, und
will make' the imich-fcrutclvd nine
play real good hull lu order to -win.
Tug-of-W)n May .,
When thu fleet arrives there will be
n boom lu sports for u while and In
stead of thcie being nlmnst nothing
doing, there will be something to see
eery dnj In tho week.
Tho different ship baseball nines
will pluy matches between themselves
and Also ngilnst tlin local teams. The
l.ellehiia lios want to have n go ut
tho West Virginia nine and there Is
not much doubt that tho teams will
hitch up on the diamond. Then the
Shatter, Do Hussy and linger boys will
want to ho. accommodated, and thu
sailors will lime to piny good ball to
defeat tho hunch.
Hut the best und most exciting
guiues of all will be those between the
combined fleet team and the National
(nurds. Thcso teams met when the
fleet was here bofnfe, but tho (liinrds
were not tully represented and the
sailors won by a narrow" margin.
It has been suggested that n tug of
wur between it picked team from the
fleet and a bunch from among the
longshoremen would be nn Interesting
ewnt, and that tho affuir would draw
a hrgo crowd. A very strong tug-of
war team could bo selected from
among tho stevedores around the wat
erfront, and it goes without sajing
that ever J one who takes '.he slightest
Interest In sKirt would roll up to see
Tboso who are In charge of the nr
rungementH for entertaining tho .dick
ies might do worso than airange for
n tug-of-vvar and seo that a Bultablo
tiophy Is given for It.
Things with regard to tho llalelwa
Marathon nice aro being gnno ahead
with, and Dm live commltleo expect a
huge gathering of i miners to bo pro!
out at tho meeting tomoirow night
Downy, who i.in so well In ono of the
previous Murulhous, lias declared his
Intention of entering for tho raco of
Match 20. Ho should run well lu It
und If In condition may go close to
a a a
There will bo u wren raco on Sun
day next when the Healunt Cup wilt
be sailed for. At least seven of the
small bouts aie expected to take part
In the, nice, and thero will be tho us
ual big crowd of followers of tho sail
ing game down at the two boat clubs.
Now that Iho weather has cleared
up a bit, tho V. M. C, A. tennis peoplo
nro talking of getting up a double tour
nament, and the scheme. Is well
thought of by most of tho members.
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
'Ibut teillhlo itch dlsippeiira with
tho rmsT nrtoi's or i. n n. Pie-
scrlptlnn It klfls all skin dlease
germs Instantly A soothing, lieu ling
lotion, used extemnlly nnlv. Hono
lulu Drug Co, Fori stieet.
FOR BOYS CLUB
Mrs. G. P. Castle Gives
Present Of Books
To Y. M. C. A.
Dr. Scudder, pastor of tho Central
Union churchy will give a series of
tnlks at the loin! V, M..C. A., com
mencing Pcbruary 9. These will be
Lent i'ii noonday services, and will bo
held e.ich Wednesday from 12:30 Jo
12! fill o'clock. The subjects choon
by Dr. St udder for his addresses will
be on )oung America's religious
The bo)s' vvoik committee of the
Honolulu V. M. C. A. and the di
rector of the llojs' flubs held a
meeting on Monday night at the
Myrtle bonlliouie. Supper was
served by Theodoie lllcbards, chair
man of the committee. Those pres
ent wcie Theodore Itlchards, (1. P
Castle, Vtoughan MiCaughe), Messrs.
uccre mill ueeu oi uaiiu voncge, .1.
A. Hath, II. W. Chamberlain, II. S.
(IhuII, Dr. K. II. Hand. Itev. A. A.
Kbersole, asslstuut pastor of the On
tral Union churth; Paul Super, scc
letary of the Y. M. C. A.
Tho object of this meeting was to
plan the work In connection wll.i
jbe Hojh' Club that Mr. (limit has
come to take charge of. It was
unanimously decided to put the
Itojs- Athletic Field In good shapu
for iitlilellc meets and baseball. A
oinnilUce wns appointed to decide
Mint was to be dono In this ill lec
tion. Paul Super was elected ilinli
man, mid with him the following
named weie asked to m-rvc: .1. A.
Ilutli. 11. S. (lault. Theodore Itlch
One of tin thief topics of discus
sion was what dlxHsltlon should be
mule In legard to tho Hos' Tunic
Svliool by 'the, 0. H. k I. depot til
Palama. The clubs lonilueteil by
the organization will be of tlnee
ilasses-the church clu
flubs, and district clubs
lis tllcy HIU uiiiiiuivu ..n . ........
Uhurth or school, or are composed
bojs from some particular dUtrlit
This organization has done some
very goisl work In tho finst in pio
neer manual training In the Iliino
lulu ptilille'seliools. It built the nth
letle field ill Kauluwela, wlilth for
eais was the mil track In thotlty,
and for a number of ears was the
ihlef piompter of. tratK.nllilctleA
Now that a good man hnvncelp-so
cured to direct the activities or the
Hois' Clubs, these will soon gain a
place of prominence amongst the
Tho work nt present being carried
on consists of me Kawaiaiiiiu mini
und the central club at the Y. M.
C. A., under the direct supervision
of the (ommlttec; Palatini and Kit-
llhl. which are amllated with thu.
Hos' Clubs, and a bn)s' i lull or the
first M. K. ihurch, whlth It Is ex
pected will affiliate within a few
The Honolulu Y M. C. A. llbrar)
has beoii augmented by tho addition
of fifty volumes of turieiil Hi Hun
This was a gift to the Association
by Mrs. 0. P. Castle.
INSPECTS MAUI SOLDIERS.
(Special to Tho II u Hut III.)
WAII.UKU. Maul. Jan 2J. Sergeant
Hancruft Is lu Wulluku this week In
specting and drilling Company I, First
National (liinnl of Hawaii. Them
have been time drills ulieudy. In tho
armory this week and the Sergeant
round Captain W. K. Hull's command
excellent soldiers. The company will
turn out next Sunday morning at
Wells' Park, when Sergeant Ilaticioft
will drill the hojs In tho manual of
arms to extended order, guard mount,
ami might even show tho lioa how to
take u fortified town
For Infants and Childna.
lie Kind You Have Always BracM
II. U Itoiindtrce, a prominent toal
dealer of St. Louis, and biothor-ln-
luw of Y. C. Dlllnrd, touiiscl for Hio
Hurrlmuu Hues In Chlcngo, lull dead
on the street ut St. Louis.
Shapes, Trimmings and Fioyers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
CALENDARS and LEATHER
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets,
Opera House, Tuesday Eve., Feb. 1st, '10
40 American Boys' Company
MUSICAL. ATHLETIC. DRAMATIC DISPLAY
MILITARY BAND, 40 PIECES
SEATS ON SALE AT BEROSTR0M MUSIC CO.
PRICES: $1. 75c. 503. and 25c.
Concert and Dance
At Hie .
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 29, '10
Beginning at 8 o'Clcck
For the Benefit of the Kaahumanu
Society s Burial Fund
A rare chance to hear food sink
ing by Mr. Ernest Kaai's Gl:c Club
ADMISSION 50' CENTS
A Dash to Death
Fort Street Below Beretania
IN THE CITY
Admission 5c, 10c. and 15c.
Cor. Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets.
In a Series of New COMEDY ACTS
anil PlMftinc !nrinitit
A REFINED ENTERTAINMENT
NEW -DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open everv night except Mondav
Hood Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
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IN. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
AMERICAN DRY G00D&
FORT and QUEEN STS.
Wc arc Honolulu hc.idn.uttr- !
ters for everything in the
Fresh films in scaled tins,
papers, chemicals, etc.
Photo Supply Co.,
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King nnl Tort Streets
High Class v
Investments & Bonds
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Alakca and King Streets
OFFICE 3UPPLY CO.
AND 0FTICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Cr!
WAH CHONG CO. )
DRY GOODS -AND TA1L0R1N0. r
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast. '
WA7ERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST.
We are now in n position to de
liver to all parts of the Territory,
and beg to advise that wc give fam
ily orders our special attention.
TH0S. F. MCTIOHE & CO.
The Fashion Saloon
.Meet your friends there and enjoy,
the lunches and drinks. ,
Hotel Street near Fort.
PEARY'S NORTH POLE SKATES.
. ON EXHIBITION AT THE
No Hold-overs in Our
, DISTILLED WATER
It's Always Trcsh i
Arctic Soda Water Works
LEITHEAD & WOODWARD
Phone 557 '
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t Beretania Sf 0pp. Sachi'.