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fBVBNlKO BTTLLBTTN, HONOLULU, "if iC TJJE8DAY,. 'fD.' 1, 1910. "
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SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Flaxoap is a pure linseed oil
soap, made, to clean surfaces such as floors, furniture,'
woodwork, windows, mirrors, railings, etc. Owing to
the great cleansing properties of linseed oil, Flaxoap has a
great advantage over ordinary soaps for cleaning the dirt,
grease and smudge from the above mentioned surfaces and
a host of others. As a handy soap for the 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 J
tt on the shelves or every home. JNo 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
dries not injure the most polished surface or the most'
tender skin. Let s talk t laxoap to you.
'E; 0.5 HALL & I SON, Ltd!
BY T. L. STEVENSON.-
Ha'leiwa Race Is
Nigel Jackson Is working hard on
thii Ilnlclwa Marathon race proposl
Seattle Yac& U '
Two Coast yachtsmen have enter
ed their boats for tho transpacific
tlon, and Judging from the number race, and as 8an Francisco Is sure
of men who havo announced their to come tnrougn wnn several en
Intention of competing In tho event, tries, the event Is assured for this
there will be a much larger field ear. '
Hunt there was last ear. Trancls Hay ql Los Angeles and
Borne forty-five runners have told Uod Johnson of Seattle have an-
JncUon that they will put In their nounced thejr entries for the race,
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
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names ns soon ns the entry lists are
open. That for a start Is very good,
and, according to some people, there
may he n hundred starters In the
Medals will be presented to the
and that fact Is the best news heard
for 'a long time. , Johnson made a
bold bid for the i transpacific race
before, and In nls 'little law! ran
second to the larger acht.
Johnson has written a letter to
place-getters, and Borne other sensl- the secretary of the Hawaii acht
fast trophies will also be given to Club and It rendsss follows:
those finishing tho distance. A' "Alohn. secretary Haw nil Yacht
great number of prizes are already Club and oil the good achtsmen and
promised, and Jackson Is hustling people of Itonoljjji. Having read
around for more all the time. Near- the letter that Si posted on the
ly all the merchants who donated bulletin board of Bits club, pertaln
prlies last jear are again coming Ing to the next ocen race, I thought
In with offers of medals and other , I would write to let you know that
suitable things. jwe are all anxious for another race.
There was to hove been a meeting I read that the Hawaii will be over
tills evening, but It has been post- hauled and mode ready for the race
poned till Thursday next, as by that and entered, and that certainly
time t Is expected that there will sounds good to all 'the Seattle bojs.
be a lot ol matters that will requlro 1 am awfully glad to And that you
J., A. GILMAN, .
thinnind anrf rnmmiccinn
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Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
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Ifeuman Clock Co.
, Royal Standard Typewriter
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ROOM 400, JUDO BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
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are not loslhg heart I never
thought the Hawaiian people ever
would lose heart: hot after whnt I
saw of sou all.
"The speed Is In the Hawaii, pro
dding It can be produced, and she
certain I) Is a wonder on a beam
wind. We are going to raise at
least $2000 for the race, aud there
will be more man one entry from
skittle. The Gwendolyn II. will ccr-
attending to. At present enough
headway .has not been made In cer
tain things to cause a meeting to bo
Charlie Chllllngworth Is, of
course, taking a lot of Interest In
the Marathon, and that assures the
success of thernce. Major Kern Is
also boosting the affair as nluch ns
possible, and, besides offering a tro
phy, he will act as starter. The
special train matter will be taken up talnl) came In, provided the amount
nt later meetings, when all the other Is raised. There U lltjle doubt of
details of the race have been nt- (that. and there' are rthree other
ranged. - saMits thlti may, co'me In-tlie OIm-
There Is no reason wly this year's pic, Maple Ieaf andttlenrlettn." ,
W .1 -. ,J I I..-I ... I 1 ft . .
juurnwiuu snuuia nut uw jusv auu- k
cessful as that of last ear. The
excursion part of the affair will bo
most enjoyable, and a. big crowd Is
sura to make the trip down to beau
Moving Jt ctures
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A clearer, brighter, whiter, steadier and better light in
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, Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
r . ocnoor oy i rou
Yesterday afternoon nt tho league
grounds the Kamehamebas and High
School nleet In a soccer game, nnd
after a fine struggle the Kama won
by one goal to nil.
There wjis no acorlng In the first
half, and It was not till late In the
second that Mlllkaa shot the ball
through for the Kams. Hoth teams
plajed good soccer, and many times
It appeared as If goals would be
kicked, but something would happen
and the bnll would fall to get past
Dal, who captains the Kams as a
rule, was III and could not play. He,
however, acted as umpire and made
a real good Job of It. Iloth sides
were pleased with the way he han
dled the'whlstle, and at the close of
tho game expressed themselves as1
thoroughly satlsftd with the deci
sions given by him.
Keltuewa, who kept goal for the
Kams, did good work, and there was
no chance of the ball getting past
him. Tint) otter time he blocked in
good style, and he proved to be a
very tollable man in the position.
The llneuba were as follows:
K.amehamfha Kekuewa, g.; Ka
lal, rf.; Hussey, If,; Pau, rh.; Mc
Govern, ch.i Wilcox, Hi.; Godfrey,
or.; Awal, lr.; Kamaloplll, cf.; Ml
llkaa, II.; Noah, oli
High School nice, g.; H. vChll
llngworth, rf.; Marks, if,; Darnhart,
rh.; Pilrvls, ch.; Rosa, lh.; Aylett,
or,; Sing Hoon, lr.; Monimrrnt, cf.;
Carter, II.; Dyer, ol.
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YMCA Ghess Cop
J, W. White has won the Y. M.
C, A. chess tournament with an un
broken record. This tournament
was brought to otiose last evening.
The wln,ir, vlll receive, a handsome
Y. M. O. A. fob,'l'apd'jhave his name
engraved on trie bronze cup which
will be on exhibition' in the trophy
;'Mmt6ls W expeVt., chess player,
and plays a njdet scjentlnc game. He
knowunttie proper replies to each
move nndit4' considered one of the
best exponents of the game in the
Territory, Following are the names
of the contestants and results of
J, W. White 10
O. J. Whitney 8
K. K. Dessar 8
J. I). Hill 7
It, Anderson f
W, O. Hall 5
C, II. Medcalf i
V. I), lllnncliard 3
O. H. Ingalls ,. 2 8
J, J. Mncgarvey
U P. Dontlilaln, (the representa
tlve of Pathe Frer. the ftnious
Parisian nrotlon'nleRrVconcerrh Has
been captured, Wy ihe Ootrtgge'r Club
and will work with this organiza
tion, ther members of wjilch will aid
him in every way to secure a series
of Island films, the club to have the
use of thrgfl films lor two weeks.
It goes without sa;lng thnt M.
Ilonvlllaln will be on hand on' Sun
day, the )2(li, nt the Ou I rigger' Club
to secure good matron pictures or
the Hawullaus luaulng the taro'and
pig for Qoveruor Frear and Frank
Clark. He will nlso secure films of
the canoe races and tho surfing con
tests for the Clark cups. f
M. Ilonvllluln is particularly
pleased with Outrigger grass houses
for his backgiound etrects. 110,1
here for Hawaiian pictures. '(Several
of the Outrigger leaders have already
olunteered their services to Puthe's
manOwhlle here ns guides or assist
ants, as he needs them. '
With the president of tho club he vis
ited yesterday morning tho Kalulanl
School and was vso Impressed with
the wonderful charm of the hundreds
of children of nil nationalities there,
that he will take a series of motion
pictures of the fire and flag drills.
The Outrigger boys are requested
to aid M. Ilonvllluln, both ashore and
ajloat, to secure the pictures he de
sires. They will have the use of
these for a fortnight to project tor
the'dolectatlon of themselves and the
friends of the club.
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Will Enjoy Surfing
Preparations are being made by
the members of the Outrigger Club
for the big surfing show they art
going to give when the Cleveland
tourists are here next week. Ail
the boys and girls are ' practising
hard and many new stunts will be
The Clark cups will be competed
for, and ns the surf shows every In
dication of being good, some fine ex
hibitions of surfbpardlng should be
given. The new bathhouse Is a
great acquisition, and u I ready the
fifty lockers that were provided are
uil taken, and some of the new mem
bers have to go without n place to
keep' their clothes. Hbwevsr, that
difficulty wilt soon be remedied and
additional lockers will be provided.
The club Is shy of funds, but still
there Is no hesitation about going
ahead with Improvements, and it Is
planned to get money by giving
chowders and shows of all kinds. r
A. II. Ford Is hard at.work on the
proposition of the Clark
N. G. H. Will Play
Lorrlh Andrews and Colonel
Jones nre, 'acting as (lie representa
tive- of the Military Athletic Asso
ciation, and are busy arranging base
ball games between the Jackies of
the fleet and the various service
nines of Oahu. " ,
All the games iwlll be played afc
the league grounds, and there should
be big crowds to wa'tcW the play.
The Athletic Parte lnot yet fit to
play on,' although the field is drying
up well and the wrfter Is being
drained off rapidly. If there are
many matches arranged for any one
day, the Aala Park diamond will be
xaled Into requisition.
The match, that Is attracting the
most attention Is the proposed one
between, the National Guards and
the combined fleet nine. The game
should be a beauty and it Is hard to
say how It will go, as both teams
are very strong, and it will be a case
of Greek meeting Greek.
The Guards and Fleet will play
two games one on Saturday and
one on Sunday. At least, this is
what Sergeant Harry sas: "Why,
sure, we havet'6 play two games
more, because the fleet won the first
out of the. (hree games planned, and
we will win the next two. As far
as the 'Outlaws' of Lellehua go. 1
have written to Manager Moore
head and Informed him that provid
ing that he will agree to have the
losing team pay the cost of transnor
tatlon to and from Lellehua, we will
go down and lick his bunch of al
Harry 1b much forked up over the
coming games, and declares thnt the
N. G. U. Is better than ever and
that his boys will surely beat the
sailors. "Now; look here," he re
marked this morning, "If the Guards
go to l.ellehua and get licked, you
need never agnln mention my name
In regard to hdseball; I'll be
through with baif'for ever, mi
Iherel" f V
If the rain- on(y,( keeps off for a
while there ylll h& plenty of bnso
ball, and maybe (Other kinds of
(ports, also. X ,tqx.-of-war has been
suggested, and,J It woiild certainly be
nn attractive, "event. There nri
some huaky, stevedore around the
Honolulu waterfront and a go be
tween them and a team of Jackies
would draw an Immense crowd of
- Handball Match At
Local and Coast
The Chalmers-Detro:t motor cars
are popular not only In San Fran
clco, but all over the country ni
well. The Kast Is even making a
big bid for the Western allotment,
Calvin C. Klb, Ice-president of
the , Pioneer Automobile Company,
agents for the Chalmers, tins re
ceived ,the following dispatch from
President K. P. llilnegnr:
"Carl Page company, New York
agents Chalmers-Detroit company,
nil sold up to April 20, offer us pre
mium $100 on 30s, $Ui(i on any
number 40s we will release during
February, March and April. No
use "my making further efforts 'for
additional cars this season. Have
tried lloston, Philadelphia, Washing
ton, Chicago and Omaha. All siiori
Since the last Vanderbllt cup race
manv have wondered what has bo-
come of the Locomobile which won
the event In 1S08. says tho Kxamlner.
The curl6lt) nrUcs from the fact
that tho Locomobile wns tho Ural
American car to win the famous ocnt
and ot the samo time establish a no'
ord for the course. In some quarter
It wos believed that tho car had kdii3
to the scrap heap, like some of the old
yacht cup defenders, or wns tied up
somewhere and left to crumble nwn
unnoticed and forgotten. Such, how
over, is not the case.
The winner of '08, which will nlus
be remembered for Its brilliant kt-
formance. has been pretty busy. 8lnco
the race was wnu It hts boun tra..:iii.
about the country steadily, being used
for exhibition purposes. So anxlnn
were many tp see It after the race that
the Locomobile coniu"v decided lo
gratify the wishes of the people nn'.
for more than a enr the car has been
Bhlpped about Ihe country from one
city to another In exactly the same
condition as it was when It finished
the race. Not a thing has been done
to it. Not a nut , bol or screw
changed; In fact, on Its fiont wheels
are still the same tires that carried
It through tho race.
At present It Is doing tho west and
northwest, whero It attracts ns much
attention now as It did In the east
Just after (ho finish of 'he i !. It I
still a wonderful car to many and al
ways will be for It was the flrot
American car made to brenk tho run
nt victories for foreign made cars tln
first to Jirove American superiority In
ioog road races. n '
"9. 0, Richardson manaxeroflhe He-
MISS EVA ALVA
Son); and Acrobatic Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Years' En
gagement In China and Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East
"A Child of the Forest
Fort Street Below Beretania
MAY WALLACE and BOBBIE WAY
8s., 10c., 15c.
Up at the Y. M. C. A. a most In
teresting handbaHr tournament Is be
ing plaed off. Two teams of twelve
men aside are competing, and each
man has to play a game of 4B points.
The total points won by each team
decides the winning dozen, and all
the players are members ot tho Y.
M. C. A. i
Tho teams are called the Students
Team and the Senior Team, and the
lineups are as follows: ,
Fook On vs. J. T, 8t. John; V.
Marcallino vs. K. ijvarfs; Sing Hong
vs. M, G. Johnston;,) II, Chllllng
worth vs. W. Uertz; K. Cushlngham
t. O. Ewallko; C.' Pang vs. S. Itunn;
W. Hlce vs. Lau Long; Ah Pau l.ow
vs. Joe Honant O. II. Ingalls vs. K.
II. Illancharil; W, Darnhart vs. C.
Lewis' N. Hlart vs. J, Nott; Melt.
Purvis vs. T. McGulre.
The first match was played yes
terday, and It was between Nott and
Ulnrt. The former won by score
of 4& to 38,i after a fine exciting
game. This afternoon Sing Kong
will meet M. G. Johnston, and to
night Clement Pang will play 8.
Dunn, On Friday evening Marcal
lino will meet E. Uvans and a close
game Is anticipated. i
The Seniors would, from past per
formances, appear to rely upon Nott,
Johnston, Lewis and St. John tb get
a long lead In the early stage of the
tournament and thus mAe It bard
for the other team to gain on thetu
ai the finish. However. Judging
from the resuli'of the first game yes
terday, the Seniors will have to play
Up well to hold their own, much. less
W'n- ' n u
Columbia Boys Will
Arrive Very La e
It would appear that the proposed
basjeball arid other games between
ihe Columbia boyT and the ocl
schoolboys wll have to be abandon
ed, as the Maktirs is so lafe'ln mak
ing this port. '
Possibly (he 3oy might stop "ovef
a week In Honolulu and then go to
the Coast on another steamer. It
all depends on what Major Petxoto
thinks of the proposition that the
lads stay one week In' this city. It
s to be hoped thnt some arrange
ment of the sort be made, ns every
body wants to sea the boys play bull,
and do their other stunts that have
made them famous "down under."
All the hoys were to be put up at
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
THE WALL SISTERS
'HAWAIIAN HULA DANCE
, In Conjunction With
f jrrJi-rJCTJ. O, Kicnarrtson manager orthe He
. Vjryfn I ilance. Automobile Company, San Franr,
uilu, uiviuBBiiiK iiitfiur cm, mini
"Motor'car efficiency means what Is
most Ideal to life owner of n high
grade automobile. This does not nec
essarily mean thai he prefer it racing
car, but he wnnls iower, and this
must mean speed as tho only .way or
measuring poner Is by speed: It Is
Impossible to Inve one without the
other If the power is motor develop
ment and not obtained by Ion ratio of
gearing, whlchjneaiis greatei fuel con
sumption as pwell nB moro wear to
motor parts nhd' the dlsagreable fea
ture of havln'j to race Iho motor when
running ft ordinary speed.
"The nwtor ptits the real life int" n'i
automobile as In comparison a pony
can pull' a buggy, but n good strong
horse can do It Much more easllt and
continue to do so longer without show
ing pverwork or strain; tho buggy, nl-
inougn ine oest made, can not rnir
without a good horse, and the samu
applies to the automobile; lts-vbllu
and efficiency are In the motor.
"The efficiency pf Knox water cooled
motors has been proved conclusively
ever xlnre their Introduction In 1907,
anD It must be conceded that their
record of success, which is unap-
proscnea in automobile history, and
now, easily proven by the records
could not havo been achieved exesp'
b,y having construction superior to that
of other makers."
Big new iliipment-juit ar
rived andtow ready.
Photo Supply Co.,
New Shipment of
"Bee" Brand Ceylon Tea
Packed in little gunny sacks.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD., ,
. Boys ofjhe Fleet
Drop in for a Long COLD Glass of
Beer after the Ball Game at Aala
"On the Road to Aala Part"
TOKMCTIQHX (the, Irish Consul)
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS
Youn Bldtr. Tel SM,
rBEHCH and EYELET ', '
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building;
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shotf
private homes In this city, and It
tourists' i mar be fixed that they stay over for
surlliig show, and whatever he puts the week as suggested. Then there
to generally tun up
W. llariihart i li.nii l""'! cr.
, , ,.,1 'it)
Man wants but Utile here' below,
so please don't overload him with
crocheted ne.c.ktles. Cleveland Lend
would be plenty ol time for them
to give one or two ot their cele
brated concerts, besides their out
door stunts. '
' Mow a rocky pat hi does enjoy an
encounter with a tender foot!
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AKD TAILOUHQ.
Everything absolutely atw tad
fresh from the Coast
WAVERLEY BIX - HOTEL SI.
WING WO TAI & CO.
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish'
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable rriccs. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
CALENDARS and LEATHER
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