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dVBNINO BUIXBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, FED. 18, 1910.
How to Mix Sherwin-Williams
Paint, Prepared Properly.
To secure the best results from S. W. t, or any other good prepared paint, it must be
properly mixed. The lustrations and their explanations tell now to mix S. W. P. pro
perly and in the least time. ,
FEBRUARY 17, 18 AND 10
DRAMATIC, MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC PROGRAM
PRICES (1, 75c, 50c. and 35c.
Scat on Bale at Bergstrom Music Comnonv
BT V. L. RZV2KS0X.
Bhnko the package vio
Cut out the whole top.
Pour off Into another
packago at least two-
thirds of the 'vehicle
that has raised above
Stir the pigment and
remaining oil with a
strong ,Bmooth. paddle
that Is "of a shape
which will admlt-ol
getting around tho
edges and bring up on
of the pigment. Do
this until tho mass Is'
Bniooth nnd entirely
Begln, returning the
surplus vehicle a little
at a time, until all
has again been added,
Then "box" tho paint
that is, pour It back
nnd forth from one
pall to another from
half a dozen to a dozen
times, each time leav
ing about one-quarter
of the paint in the pall
which Is being emptied.
ALL ATHLETES ARE
IN FINE SHAPE
MANY TEAMS ABE
GETTING IN TRIM
MARINES AND HAWAIIANS
ARE VERY 8TR0N3
Baseball, Trick Meet, Basketball and Serjeant Barry Will 0t Team To-
juniirei ouuw nut oe uiscuss. j jjetner ana run tne cnamplons
ea x,iccuon oruapiain to ne. Later Un A. K. Vlerra In
.There Is no doubt about the High
A. K. Vlerra Is going ahead In fine
School fellows being a Teal live lot. -shape with the International tug-of
nnd with on enthusiastic sport like r scheme, and Judging from tho.
"Klddo" .Chllllngwprth at the helm "e,,Ml , ",n mine x proposition.
of things, the athletics at the school ,he Athlol park on the t 8un.
must be of a high order. ..
Today the monthly'mcctlng of the. t.' ,,. :' , , .....
-Sr,:!:"- aU.ng,great .merest In the con-
. . . i. i, "" "- test, nnd he Is figuring on what men
t-a, nb?'L E,r "'" b should make the team. They have
ON SUNDAY NEXT
MYRTLE AND HEALANI
CREWS WILL RACE
discussed, and the eloctlon of a cap-
come husky guys down at Camp Very
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines" and Liquors
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THE WTNES 01 COnODNSUBS
, We deliver to.all.parU of th city twio dally.
Telephone 4 Family TradC SpCC'lfllty Telephone 4
WB GUARANTEE. OUB GOODS
tain for the present, year carried out. ond ,h, bunh th t wu , ,.
Henry, or. a. he b affectionately , h t d gome
known among the older men of the DUjin
city. "Klddo." ChJIIIngworth has T ' , w repre8ent Amer.
been captain for three years pas. , , t ,he.otner naonaU.
and there are signs that nt todays , d ;fc w h h w th
J k 7 m ,v fla- Tno Hawaiian team will be
LT",1 :'' L ll!a "P ' Captain George, and he has
XBKKHXBKHBBSKBXXNL" ", ,,,. ;h m.h. ,! ,. Btton together n fine bunch pf nih
il mal. The latter team Is nraeils'lna "c" "" w"' B00.,' up wi' "!l
------ - - - -- inrougn me iug-oi-wnr. ino ioi-
hard now and the Highs will soon ,ow, huskIe , , d on tor
get Into harness In order to tackle ,ho ",, ,,. ,,,, ,,w,
the 'other bunch. , -,.,, h.. lii.i .,,!,. i
It.. ZHLZ "' Kuln. Ool. 'lo. P.pee. Wt kill!
IPair-Oar, Barge and Shell Races to
DC AC1U - UlUVlUlCri UUHUI11UK
Crews First Event i.t 2 P. M.
On Sunday afternoon at " o'clock
tho Inter-club rowing races will
start on tho harbor, and thrco excit
ing races are scheduled to come on.
The strawberry crews of the llcu-
lanl and Myrtles will tackle each
other, and judging from the form
shown In the barges by both clubs,
thero Is going to bo a race like tho
best of tlie oldtlmo ones.
HBasBnsnnsnaKUs. . .,.. ii i.i. n . juiuiuoio, mi.
.. asa.u.i ,,. .,. uu wr ,mk, Th) ,,, aro Uu,, ra Crul
rnuunnm A I tmi-int. ( " " nt Ul VI g pug an(j Klkl.
"Drink", by Emlle Zola, dramatized wrb. nT'on the Id T The J,p8neM ttaU' "0t- '
t... r.u ti..U.i....i ,i.iZl.. .. . team win ue pui on ine neia. icos- . .utj t,,,t ,.,. i. ni.n. nt
n London hit at. that time. Is one of torda'r afternoon about thirty run- matM to c'hooM rron, an(1 ,t wmjlnE ne.
the strong pictures at tlie 'Empire. "erB.aa,iumT,.ur,ne? ?"1 l ln surprise many people who Imagine 'he nnd II
MISS XV A ALVA
Song and Acrobatic Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Years' En
gagement in China and Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East
A Beautiful Indian Story
The pair-oar event will be n great WH0 DISCOVERED THE NORTH
ma nn a h .1 It la ItnK.l In unit tu 111 nil .
book, as a play or as
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Parrott & Co., San Franoisoo
Badgers Fire Extinguisher Co
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
- Royal Standard Typewriter
" Aaohen & &unioh Fire Ins. Co.
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PHONE 50 "
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PEOPLE who like
Meat of Quality
and who overloolc quantity in their purchases,' will do well
to' try buying at this market. Quality is first with us, and
we do not charge f or ii
W. F. HEOBRON, Prop. - PHONE 45
Boys' Field, ind although .the ground tha't 0 Jm11IM Bre i,ghtwelghts.
18,1s In a pretty rough condition, somo when they the hurty two .
. iT. ii " . drcd-pounders that the managers
fiwucu , i-W. runner .. w ul 0 tb( flMd Bgaln,t lh8 rMt
face. too. and It Is bard to say which
club will provide tho winner. Tho
men have all trained hnrd for the
races, and the scone down on the
harbor every afternoon has been
very like the weeks preceding the an-
W. Hellbron, one of the best
known oarsmen In Hawaii, tins once
more, taken up thcygamc, and he has
been hard nt wofK giving the youn
ger generation hints on tho way to
get the most pace out of their
barges. Lloyd Conkllng Is doing
some great work also In the coach-
and as long as men like
ollbron take an Interest In
Drink," as a I
picture film: Is not tho most agreeable
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' fl UUJCUl,, U IB U HUftlU naiUlllg BIIU KUUa iriMI WCri UUUV. J... .,.',. t,n kA nAMMnwaKa
In (hi. .(nr nl-tlira III. -n Intnnanlv ,- . It.--.- 1. ...--.- ,. .i-iuiimn ,. u iu...Bi-
. v s ., . .- . ...., ., . UHHUMII, lll,11IBU,Un" ,,MU. , ,111 .,,,, n ,V
SornlT K,d'aVS1r?Li.naIC0Te!1 ?UW Kjeat i.;;
comedy that rominds you of the old T - . ""'""'","u """ ""u,u Then the Portuguese team should row have been tinder the weather
Joke of putUng a lettor In your pocket "" J. ."' . weKnow m"Jr be a strong one. as many of that race llatcly. Alex. May Is sick nnd It will
and forgetting to post It. "Tho Magic "stretch nllegs In order to beat the arB b t fo. Itronglhi 8o fnr they bo Imposslblo for liltn to take part
c iy r peroi nam-, -- , . have not turned In the names of .In the shell raco. One of the Myr
Fort Street Below Beretania
MAY WALLACE and BOBBIE WAY
5i., 10o., 10c.
rowing, bo long the future of the
most healthful sport Is assured.
-.The shell race on Sunday will be
robbed of somo of Us Inlet est, as,
one or two of the men who were "to corner Nnuanu and Panahi Streets
:;c,.,i;!n.r?;i-5",rjrf' :h?. ' ihA?:cJo"e .. who , , . to a.
... . - . i ... . . . . i i . . . r.
will nn. Tinin ... anl n.. .hmvv.im n . ' M ,II-L . . . .... a
mil uui ,i.iiov uui luauuvi urn IliUK IU tllK 10U, IB III UAVBIIUUl CgU" vior-
chnwp Ihn noil inolhMIII.,. nt Ihn f... Ij... j.l ' ' t .-y Vlerra,
.. ...v " ,"..- a w ... .---uiiiou, and ma vfay ne sprinieu
nvor . ...
. , ,. . .,., .., r.. '-. i of course. Sergeant uarry or tuo
k-quartcrnllo yes erday shows that N hg been hcard from .
the well-thown all-und athlete Is h ..... lhn, h ... nnt . ... of
Ig's sterling western dramas with real
istic mquntoln scenes, a consistent and
thrilling story and admirably acted.
and will be tho fcatare film at thoj
Park tonlght In addition thero will
bo the usual good comedy and other
pictures. Tho vaudevlllo turns are
good. Tho Melnotto sisters, with tho
assistance of Miss Wallace, scored
quite a nit in a musical selection from
tho "Throo Uttlo Maids." Bobble
Way's comical songs and gags took
very well and tho team's double dance
proved to be the hit of the bill.
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
In the shell raco.
tie crew Is also ion the sick 11st, anil
owing to that the race will not bo
as exciting as It might have been,
i However, Cnpluln Conkllng Is de
termined to keep faith with every
body, and the sholl race will bo row
- rni incAitti. 1. . j . . .'.. ne emu
, ,, t,i.m. .- " "Plop ,orra Bna reaajr ,0 run ,or .Guards on the fteld tha will pull the
ouswoo hiv ...mw so wmsj i f-rvs-'nia 1IIB. I... - .. . M ". A.! - .IIS. ..! .... l.tl
Then Dill Rice Is getting oyer the Athletlc Park to the league grounds, oarsman, will be really opposed to
ground as fast as ever, ancj If the Co-nni, not notje tnBt lhoy have any. hg oId rlvaIi Hellbron, and It will
umbla.lloy outnt has aneven timer thlnKrn tow. M B00n tho pros- seom, like the regattas of long ago to
Change of Program, Monday, Wed-
nesday and friday
see tho pair In harness once more,
Rowing Is booming along and u
new spirit has been InfuBed Into the
vnnrl lit, n rani hlinrh nf nmntplirft
jgrnndatand, or else.llarry'a luck ,1s who are determined to kcop the sport
clear of u:i professional taint, ne
in meir ouncn iney nay oeuer g- nt con(cst , oy,r tho genla, Mr.
mm 10 b.,uc0 ") w """igeant will fix up a team that will
more 6ut. os our Dill will make an eher Qra (he cnttmpong 0er w
extra effort over the hundred yards h h Uiat th w hlt the
KO Oil lUCBUH UVAli -.ST
iicDiuca iiiv aiiiivfcit: ivuuib, liic ...
Hlgh are reheanlng for .their an- A), those who 8h to talk over Bdea tho reguiar annual regatta, the
mini mlnslpAl uhnui fttiil It tiilll liA . . . i . . ... - - .
....... .......-. ...-,-., ... w- the matter of the tug-of-war naa bet-iMyrties ana ueaianis are going so
held on Morch 12. This Is always au ,,,nS- nn A . K vi.rra. Ho
fine show, and this year promises to , the ... . , ... DUllnM. anrt
oe oeuer man ever. I
tt 8 St
On Sunday at Halelwa l.e Ewa
and1 Kahuku tennis experts will try
conclusions, and a fine match Is ex
pected when the. plantation men
meet. Tho following racket-wield-
ers will represent their farms:
Kahuku D. Rust nnd W. T. Vor
feld, Andrew Adams and A. J. Alex
ander, R. T. Chrlstotferson and a.
O. Kinney, C. D. Chrlstolferson and
O. R. Olson, Dr. F. L. Morong and
II. K. Oana.
Ewa Wm. Eklund and T. Nolan,
C. D. Eachern and A. M. Schmidt,
T. D, Collins and W. A. Ramsay, J.
D. Dents and a. R. Renton Jr., Dr.
McLean andA. M. McKeever.
The Hawaiian 6un Club Is once
moro In the field, and soon the cracks
will measure guns. Harvey and Aus
tin are In, good form, and as soon as
the live-bird season Is pau, they will
turn their attention to the clay pig-
cons. A start will be made on Wed
nesday afternoon, when a practise
shoot will be held at the Kakaako
BASEBALL II BOYS FIELD
nMHIK U. TtlilSTS
that Is a guarantee of success.
wm mm mm
. Mild Will MtEllS
Columbia. Boys Second Teas to PUy ' , . m... n . v.. lM111,
Local Lads Game , Starts at """ ."rr ""JS.T . .rri?'
in Town Would Wrestle Any
one From 100 to 290 founds.
hold races very frequently on the
harbor, and the Interest In the sport
will thus be better sustained than In
any other possible fashion
A H tt tt
NEWS NOTES FROM
TRY A FEW DAYS AT
THERE'S A REASON
The school baseball team will play
the Columbia Park Hoys a gamo of
baseball this afternoon at 3:30
Tkia ft An s hAir.tana ttiAA s
I ins uiiemuuii ui umi-i'uai turn ..,. -,.... ..V ti i..l..
n'lnlr Ihn dr.) 1,1.11 will h. nlllin.l OailOr UOUOriK, UO HUIIUIUIU
in th-e Columbia Doys-Kam .game, clinmplon wre-tler. can ba K?11 ?'el0Cl.V U ha8 bcen, nr,ra"Be1n ,0.
and a line will then be got on the da,ed wJ'n n na,ch " hlYu l hBVe,Ule Ba l,,a)cd at ,'h. noy8
balWossIng ability of tlie visitors. - "",'- ," "f T, ..,7 ,.... ... . . .- .-.
The game will be played on tho ln lolter weaks ,or lte,,: x I'osed of all new player W. Opu-
wnT.! !ih .ynfnr. nSPTtlng Editor, 11 u I lectin. Ho- u a crack second baseman, and
M4J asv wv.v vv I ..-laBl.-
of those who are not aware of .jvhere .... a,' ,,, .V..
ucai Ull . u...n 1M.U..UVU uwv
that ground Is, It Is here announced
that the way to got there Is to trans.
this Is a Bport-lovlng community, 1
,u q, tuviQ .w .... 1,.,.. ,. .,..- ft,. 1 ..n. .ullllMw tn
fer from nny King street enr to the "" ' """ "" """-,
Llllha street one. and then let the '-"- ' ' J'8'"" ,cu '"" " '"
..i. ,i. jA iv,. ri .bltlon with nny man In this Terrl-
"Tt' .dd0hsbeee8, cleared o,' rom U5 pound, to 200. wrest
stones nnd all of the holes filled In; ; P'""; UJ,", iZr
the Infield I. not too good, and any 'ma r n'a'crh'rt ' B '
of the playera who are running for HoberU TCt;
a catch had better keep their eyes' """" .' ' "-
cnen idoubt he has a good one, but ho has
14 ..lit tn 1a rni titvililn TlAVa' anA uwtvHtvu
l, win uo s,tj vuiumum wwj" v-- (
ond team that will tackle tho Kama .'
WOOD v and COAL ;
If you use these commodities remlarly you will find it
' to your advantage tobuy from
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' Phone 281 ...... Office Fort, below Merchant
The tournament at the Y. M. C.
A. handball court will be continued
this afternoon and evening, when
three games will bejilayed. Should
the students win all three by big
marcfns, they will Just about win
out In the tournament as a whole.
The gold medal struck off by the
Hudson-Fulton commltteo of tho Stato
of New York In honor of President
Dlni was presented to Gen. Diaz re
cently by James .O. Dailpy, American
cliargo d'affaires at Mexico City.
Abbs and Wilson, as I have to my
today, and they aro said to be a vory
btrong combination. They will need
Expecting a favorable answer In
to be. ns the Honolulu schoolboys can J?" "fl val"abl columns ' th.a
put up a great game of ball and they l ' e ' "v, am' "PWtful-
ly, yours truly,
Care Postoface, .Honolulu.
Clifford Kimball Is expecting quite
Chllllngworth's aggregation of star ' hunch of v ,vor. to max. -'"" k, ' " FTi
schoolboys. If tho Columbia outfit "p w i.w.w. " -x. , ,-- , - . "' JH -. nndVnt ni
run defeat this hunch, then the ""KB are in line cuimiiiui(, uim i,--- - - ,-...-.-..-
.- -. a AHI4BaA1
must indeed be very goou
ore triers from the word go
The St. Louis boys will play the
mainland bunch on Baturday, and on
Monday the vUltors will go up
against tho real article In "Klddo"
U a star at the bat. John Mlllkaa
will bo In tho box for tho team.
The lineup of the baseball team
to play the Columbia boys today will
bo as follows: J. Lujan, c; J. Mlll
kaa, p.; A. McQowan (capt.), lb.;
W. Opunul, 2b.: E. Noah, as.; W.
Apau, 3b.; J. Dal, J. Kauhl, O, Wil
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sta.
Klrte furnished rooms, 1 per day
f 10 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAI8DEIX, Prop.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BEROIN. Proprietor.
Captain John Hal of the school
soccer team has sent"a challenge to
(ho Columbia Park Hoys for a gamo'
of soccer to be played some time
There will be nn Interclass track
moet linld'at the school dtfrlng tho
The Marines and Y. M. C. A. hand
ball teams have been matched at
last, and the, games will be played
The lineups of both teams are as plantation men
.. .fnrFYiArH' will
tennis courts will be occupied by tho victory, nnd a closo contest Is suro
farmers" will doubtless go down
I . .... . 4 ,.
Park Hoys Kerrigan, p.; Olaser, ad wa'en i racquet men ni worn.
c; Wlhr, lb.; Poterson, 2b. ;, Way- - "
mire, 3b.; Covonoy, bs,; Roosontbal, I Tho Country Club will be the
rf.f Nagcl, cf.; Ilurke, If. " scene of much festivity on Sunday,
Kams Mlllkan, p.; Ixignn, c.; Mc- when many parties have, arranged to
Gowan. lb.: Ouunul. 2b.: Hosea. 3b.: tako lunch there. The links are
Flfty-threo offlcers and men of tho
British torpedo-boat destrqyor Eden
worn rescued off Dover recently In'tho
breeches buoy whoa tho vesaol went Knhokualunl, ss.; Kauhl, rf.; Knlal, looking well, nnd the weather has
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Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks.
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