Newspaper Page Text
"UVUHNO BULLBTIN, HONOLUMJ, T. II., WEDNESDAY, FED. 23, 1910 '
m r '
H6w to Mix SherwiirWilliams
rFaiiit, , Prepared, Properly.
'To secure the best reauUj from SMV. P., or nny .other good prepared tSalnt, it mutt be
'properly mixed. The Illustrations and their explanations tell how to mix S. W. P. pro
perly and In the least time. J
Shake the package violently.
Cut 'out the whole top.
Stir the pigment and
remaining oil with .a
strong .smooth paddle
that le of a shape
whteh wilt admit ot
getting- around the
edgee and bring up an
of the pigment. Do
tbU antll the mass to
smooth and entirely
Begin returning the
surplus vehicle a little
at,, a time, until all
has again been added,
Pour off Into another
package. at least two-
.tblrd of the" vehicle
that pag raised above
Then "box" Ihe paint
that is, pour it back
and forth from ene
pall to another from
half a dosen to a doien
times, each time leav
ing about one-quarter
ot the paint In the pall
which la being emptied.
E. 0. HALL & SONS., LTD.
IT Y. X. HMflMOV.
DIGH. SCHOOL WINS
TRAGIC MEET EASILY
bice ad mccandless prove too 0000 foe visitors, who,
however; thy gamely in every event burke does
good work fob columbia boys.
Yesterday afternoon the Columbia
Hoya aid High School met In the
W. C. Pcacock5f Co,, Ltd.
MONT ROUGE WINES
TJsVWTHM Of OOtVOHaUBS
We AeMver to tU pat r fori, .
ite if irnlTy Trade a Specialty..
' f ' - A. i. I
$ f VAjUUm 0U1 OOODf - -
Sao Francisco Hotels
Oearr ftreet, above Union aaai
Jest estst Bee H. fnaab
Inrosean Plan U.M div aa
Amertean Plan tt.00 a Uf of
Meet aad brisk straeten.. faraisav
atmoajaraie rates, tenter oiiaeasre
aUover elv. OamseVMoseaM '
all KaMi and steamre.f laadflsr
oMTitswart now reofttiGed '
addreea, -Trawew," A-BO
much-talked-of traak meet, and al
though the Ven'taVwere rather one
elded, the different races were well
contested andthe .visitors never
gave up trying, although thy knew
m me aiun mil iif" nau no possi
ble .chance of defeasing Rice ft Co.
There was a big 'crowd of specta
tors on thegrounfy and as the
weather was Ideal, a pleasant nfter
noon was spent watching the young
The Columbia vJloys were aware
inai nice, jncvi9ieei aua norion
could about wln'aVerytblng In sight,
but still they were satisfied to go
along and do their best under the
circumstances. JlllapJiaiJ, .although
not a runner or Jumper, was around
among the tads keeping up their
spirits and telling them to do their
best 'anyhow. And there Is no de
nying that the njalnlandera did that,
for, In every event their men perse
vered till the very end.
The track Is a heavy one, and the
wonderful Ogures-fundor the cir
cumstances put up by mil nice In
the fifty aod hundred-yard dashet
only go to convince everybody thnt
that young sprinter would make
some of the worlds best runners tit
' Up and takej notice It he were han
dled In proper form, and taught ho
to get1- another Ave or six yards
crowded Into his time.
Rice Is a wonderful runner, ana
everyone who saw his marvelous et-
fqrt In the last 2 to jards ot tn re-.
lay race yesteraay must rememDer
ii.ror me rest oinia .we. -inr oniy
pity is that poooiy ipoKtne tmievo
(he, flying ped' for: the eighth ot
mile.. The record must have, near
ly been broken, ks ihe way Rice cov
ered the ground was almply Jjndr-
ful. Durke, of the Columbia Boys,
had started, off with a lead ot thirty
five ards In the last stretch, but
MARINES GO DOWN
VISITORS TOO O00D
: J. A., OILMAN,
Shipping, ind Commission ,
Agent iiv ,
Arthur Somali tfc CpM' Bath Me.
Parrott Jb Co., gfe ramoitoo
BAdger'sFirfJ Skngtuiah'er Co.
v General FiHilEincnisher Co.
(ORimiBLL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER) '
' "Netuiittn Clock Co. .
,(WAT0HA11 0L004) l
Rpyal Standard 1Vpf3writer
v Aachen & Munioh Fire Ins. Co.
, BOOH 400, JTJDD BUILDIKQ, M0K0LUlr,T..E.
' 4 nunut kn . '
, m mm--mm wv - r
I . " ,1
i ii ssii h'is i i il sfawsiBaststsaiBssaasessssBg-.
r . .
f " f
Array,nd Kavy leadqnkrten.
i!to t JA
Special iftention to Honolulu ttade.
Witaoa bath $1.W pti day vp
Kaall tAble d' hota or a U auii
Matafement of Qm 0. lam. -
THE POPULARITY OF ,
WE ABE PLEASED TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION 'To"
THE ' " '
v Sole, Book Cod, .
Teal and Mallard Duoks
V JF .
., Received on the Alameda Friday
MAOHINE-XADE P0t- Freeh BEliVERED AT RESI-x-
DBHOES . w , N
. tnamnBU , . wf. HEnjippr
IS PROVEN DAILY
r, bo Down by Train
Baehi Block, Fort and'Berekala Ms.
, rine furnlshe rooms, II per da
910 and upwards per mouta. vpien
dldv accommodations. . , y
HRl. 0. A. BLAISDEIX, Prop.
WOOD and COAL -
If yon use these oomraoditifrremlaxly you will find it
jp JpnraavanHujte to ouy irom ' i ..
"Honolulu Constructiori & Draying Go, ltd.
L. - ' Pkoni 281 ' ... t 0fflce Fort, below Merchant
0000 MEALS F0Ry25 ATBNTi.
NEW AND'EZPERIENOED COOK
Iremhing in Beaton.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
W want to tee aO oki old ta-
tatMit eoino aaeK,
end. Time, 26 1-G. The halt mile
brought out Norton-once again, nuit
he ran n fine race, winning from
Maruichi. Time, z mm. 23 1-5 tec.
Ilurke did best for the Columola
Boys, and his total number of points
Is not far behind those of McCand
less and Rice, who scored 19 and
18, respectively. The track meet
was voted a great success, and every
body enjoyed the sport. The only
thing tp kick abqut was the way the
crowd was allowed to congregate on
the Inner side of the track. It was
Impossible for moat ot the peoplo to
see anythlna- of the races toward
Ihe finish, as the crowd lined the
track on both sides three deep, And
as to seeing anything ot the runners
when they were on the side remote
from the grandstand, It was Impos
sible for those standing along the
At Mnv fiitur m1i halri At the
Bos' Field It would be well to com
pel the spectators to stay on the out
side ot the track, and to reserve the
Inner field for 'officials and compet
itors. The Boys' rield got a big boost
through the Visit of the Columbia
Uoys, and It Is tp be hoped that some
work will be doae.on the ground and
that It; be leveled oft and all the
holes properly filled In. Throwing
earth Into ho'-es.and letting It go at
mat is not much good. The earth
needs tamping down, and then more
put In later Vhen the original stuff
begins to sink.
winners of place In the meet
' 100 Yards Rice, first; Burke,
second;. Maruichi, third. Time,
High . tJump' McCandlesa and
Uarcallrno tied -at -five feet, while
nruauvjuinp -mcuauuiciw, iimi,
twenty, 'felt four inches; wlhr, sec
ond;1 nineteen feet sir Inches; Mar-
cs,ll(no, third, olghteen feet nine
220-Yard Dash nice, first, won
easily; Burke second; Rosa, third.
Time, 2T 1-5.
t 0-Yard McCandless won from
Burke by sixty feet; two entries.
Time, 59 1-6. -
Shot-Put McCandless, first, thir
ty-five feet two Inches; Muhelm, sec
ond, twenty-nine feet nine Inches;
Cliff, third, twenty-seven feet eight
lnche. , ,.
50-Yard Dash-t-Ulce, tint; Rosa,
second; Wlhr, third. Time, 5 3-5.,
i 880 'Relay Maruichi and Way
mire," start: Road and Wlhr, second
pair: McCandless and Olaser, third
pair; Burke and Rice, finish. Burke
worr oy ten teei. lime, i; ou.
Half Mile Run Norton, first:
Maruichi, second. Time, 2:18 1-5.
Mije Run tySKon, first; Wing,
second; Brown, ' thlrt. Tltne,
Winner ot points were as fol
lows: . i
iRlce. 18: McCandless, 19: Maru
ichi, i: Marcalllno. S: Norton. 10:
Rosa', i: Brown, 1. Total'1 points
1 Park 'Boys Burke, 14; Wlhr, 6;
Cliff, 1; Locke, 1; Muhelm, 3-
Wing, 8. Total points earned, 27.
- 11M Fort St. -
nm ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED IBBANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BBIf HOME-MADE BREAD. IN
Ring no 197.
Bulletin Bailneu Offloe Phone 858.
ialletin Editorial Boom PhoneISA
Rice, doing at least eten time over
the coursor-got to within six feet
ot Ilurke at the finish.
The local lads!,allowed the visit
ors a start of fifty yarda'ln tQe rstay
race, so as to make the event Inter
esting, andeven then, It Maruichi
had not run Into a Hawaiian boy
Just as he started oft on his half
lap, the High School boys would
have won the race. ,
In the high Jump McCandless did
not exert himself to clear more than
five feet, He had to co'ppete In sev
eral other events, and as his school-,
mate, Marcalllno, was lumping In
second place, the champion let It go
at a nominal tie.
The shot-put also went, to Mc
Candless. who at blietcond attempt
landed the sixteen-pound .shot 35
feet 2 inches away from he clrcje.
Muhelm, ot the Columbia Boys, got
secopdiwlth a throw ot j8, feet S
Inches." After the contest was fin
ished, McLeod of Walpahu toofcoff'
bis coat and gave an exhibition
throw and managed to put the sha
36 feet 1 Inch. The plantation manr
was considered good a,f the game
way back in Hcoiiana. iis style on
balolfclng the? shot previous to put-;
ting might be copied1 With .advantage
by the. local men who go in for the
' In . the broad Jurao. McCandless
was, of "cTnrse, supreme among the1
boys, and even his Jump of'0 feetfl
i menes .was noi me nest ne couiu
have done If pressed. Wlhr, who
got second place, dld-well for a lad
of his size, and each time he Jumped
he added an Inch or two to his ef
fort. He started with 19.1. then
did 19.4, and on lib) (bird try did
19 S. The lad was cheered for his
good work. ,.
Th-mlle run was slow.' Norloa
was not extended, and he won easi
ly front Wing, who ran gamely, al
though utterly outclassed. The
quarter mile run was a snap fur
McCandless, who won In a walk
from Burke. Time, 69 1-5.'
The fifty-yard sprint was a gift
to Rice, .who, Jumping Into his
stride at ihe pUtol went, gained
pave ''at every stride and landed a
winner from' Rosa by three yards.
Wlhr was third, some lq feet be
hind Rosa. T llMM
The 100-yard dash was Rice's
easlly and he won from Hurke by
fivejards. Time, 10 4,-B sees. Con
sidering the heavy, rack, ihe lime
waa good, and another thing to re
member Is that Rice a4 nut prers-
ed at any' stage of theacor There were a number of, golfers
The 220 was another gift to RlM, down at Halelwa during the week,
and he won, looking around, from ''and the links are reported -to bo 'in
nurke, who stuck to hi gune to tho excellent shape at present,
Colombia Boyi Win by Score of 8 to
3 Mnheim Pitches Good Ball
Big Crowd at Game.
After the track meet nas finish
ed yesterday, a baseball game was
played between the Columbia Ilojs
and theMarlnes, and It resulted In
a win for the Coast lads by a score
o(,8 to 3.
The Columbia Bos deserved tho
Victory, as they played far and away
the best ball. Llpskl pitched the
first three Innings for the Marines,
and he was found to be easy by tho
lads. Llpskl has a peculiar deliv
ery and goes down on his knees an
soon as he has pitched the ball.
However, the lads soon go onto his
curves, and then the runs began to
Peyton, who relieved I.lpskl, did
much better work, and there Is no
telling how tho game would hnvo
gone If he had been made use of
earlier In the match.
Louis Soaresinnd Henry Chilling
worth acted as umpires, and their
decisions wero all correct.
The Marines did nothing Jn the
scoring line till the lucky seventh,
when they broke the Ice with one
run. Then In the ninth they made
two more runs and that was all
they could manage to get during the
game. The Boys plnjed good ball,
and piled up two In the first, three
In tho second, one in the third and
two in the eighth.
Muhelm and Raphael formed tho
battery for the malnlander nine,
and they both did remarkably well.
Muhelm held the Marines down In
good shape for six Innings, and
showed fine work for such a joung
player. Raphael was as good as
ever with the mask and he directed
tho play ot the whole team. -
The sympathy of the crowd was
more with the Columbia Boys than
the Marines. It looked like a lot of
kids up against grown men, and that
tact always Influences people, no
matter if It la a home team that Is
. Tho score was as follows:
' Tho score by Innings was; . ,
Marines: Runs. .0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 3
C. P. B.: Runs. .23100002 8
B. It.. 2 3 2OO0 6l 8
Summary Two-base hits, Ra
phael, Wlhr, Thompson, Muhelm 2;
Sacrifice hits' Waymtre, Caveney;
left on bases, Mtrlnea 7, C. P. noys
8; first- base' on errors, Marines 2;
struck out, by Muhelm 11. Llpskl 1,
Peyton 7; bases on called balls, oft
Muhelm 4, I.lpskl 2, Peyton 3; pass
ed ball, Sinclair; Innings pitched,
by Llpski 3, Peyton G; hits, off Llp
skl 7, Peyton 1; charge defeat to
Llpskl. Umpires, Chllllngworth and
u. oawaiian; ecorer, uam nop; lime
ot game,. 1 hour 38 minutes.
n m m
MISS EVA ALVA j,'
Soa and Acrobatic Dante Artiit y
Returning from a Two Teaae En
gagement in China and Roatsai
Premier Pianist of the Kr Bart v
"No Man's land"
Fort Street Below Beretania
MAT WALLACE and BOBBIE WAY
5s., 10c,, 18c.
Corner Nnuanu and Panahi Streets
. . ... .-
Chance or fromm, Monday, wed-' '1
nesday and Friday r
DOTS AND DASHES ROM
' IPORTINO CENT1RJ.
There was, a big turnout at the
Country Club yesterday afternoon,
and many'automoblles took a run up
with loads ot fiEsaengera. Golf was
all the go, and some Interesting play
was seen In the nlneiole novelty
The motor-cyclists aro getting
Into ahane for their race meeting.
and lierger, Merrick and Chilton are
determined to break some of the
local records tn the near future.
Marathon Jackson will get to
work on the Halelwa Marathon now
that the Floral Parade has been put
away In the past-event calendar.
Jack McPadden left on the Mauna
Kea this morning .for Hllo, where he
Wltl engage In a fifteen-round con
test with Clarence Reynolds, a Rainy
PORT ALLEN IHfE'lOO
Mil FOR KOLOaS
Si' Scoring by Both Teams 32 to
10 11 Tally rorti Have Won
Port Allen baseball nine handed
the Koloas a beautlftl! package to
the tune ot 32 to 10 last Sunday on
the Homestead ground, vrhe score
looks like a cricket match, but It Is
not so. "
Heavy slugging by the Pqrta nnd
numerous error on the part ot the
Koloas account for the huge number
ot funs. Most of the players were
raggea. out ai me nnisn 01 me
match or else the half century mark
might have been passed.
The game was In the way of a
return match, as the first one also
went to the winners of Sunday's
game. Thero was much joy over the
second win of the Ports, and the
bunch Is convinced that it Is the
best team ot ball-tossers on the Gar
The lineups were as follows:
Port Aliens Takltanl, as.; I.
Akann, cf.; J, Ortiellas, 2b.; John
son, rf.; Kail, If.; U Clemcnte, If,;
John Costa, 3b.; H. Moto, lb.; J.
Kurtndo, c; Ah Toe, p.
Koloas Ogawa, y,; Perry, m.;
Leandro, p.; Totchl, c.-3b.; Kuhl
mah, cf.; Mcdelroe, 2b.; Souza, 3b.-
kc,; scota, If.; Molchl, rf. '
Umpire, N. Akana; scorer, M. C.
The tug-ot-war proposition Is be
ing worked up by A. K. Vlcrra, and
he is confident that there will be at
least six teams in the event.
A TRIFLING COUCH will become a
permanent ono unleBs stopped. Al
len's Lung Dalsam will surely stop It.
A 25c bottle Is largo enough for that
Bold by all druggists, 25c, 50c and
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
nurrniera of the BulUtlrt offlee.
mous and belt; the
World's most famous
and beft; the whiskey
that has girdled the
Globe. Sold'bv ,
W. C. PeacocR
& Co., Ltd. '
PURITAN BUTTER f
Beat in the Market ,
HENRY MAT A CO., LTD.
?7 M .
mrnnriT its nairssin
J. M. IITT A 00.
"The finest Bathing on the Beach,"
Meals At All Noun.
WINES, UQUORS; AND CIOARI. ,
, W. C. HEROIN. Proprietor.
CALL AT V
BULLCTIrJ AD PAY '
OR A GOOD' TIME AND A QQC
The FaslHon Saloon'
Meet yonr friends there and enj
Uie lnncnea and drinks.
Hotel Street near Port
Wine and Liquor Dealers
TH0S. T. H0TI0HE ft CO.
' 101 and 105 JLlng Street
P. 0. Box 755
1 Main 10; '
ejsjr-or ReijSJ aarela on sale at r
the Bulletin eRtcc - " . (