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rHowto Mix Sherwin-Williams
Paint, Prepared, Properly.
o secure the best results from S, W. P., or any other good prepared paint, It mu st be
roperly mixed. The illustrations and thetr explanation! tell how to mix S. W. P. pro
0errjr and In the leatt time.
Shake th package vio
Cut out tbe whole top.
Pour off Into another
package at least two-
thirds of the vehicle
that hag raised above
Stir the pigment and
remaining oil with a
.strong .smooth paddle
that It of a shape
which will admit of
getting around the
edges and bring up ati
of the pigment. Do
this until the mass la
smooth and entirely
negln returning tbe
surplus vehicle a little
at a time, until" all
has again been added,
Then '"box" the paint
that 1b, pour it back
and forth from one
pail to another from
half a dozen to a d6zon
times, each time leav
ing about one-quarter
of the paint in the pail
which is being emp-
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H'FADDEN I, IN
M HAS TWO (MATCHES
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Will Box Clarence Bey&oldi in Hilo
and Later On Will Tackle 'Let
lehoa Champion M. Wilton
Manages Hilo Show.
Jack McFadden Is getting back
Into tbe fight gsme' with ven
geance, and now has, no less than
two contests on his hands. Jona
than left yesterday on the Mauna
Kca for' Hilo, where he will take on
Clarence chase me, girls; that's It,
Clarence Reynolds ln a fifteen-
It Ib hard to Imagine Jack doing
anything to. a man named Clarence,
uniess-It was to kiss him or give
him a real hjrd, smack on the In'
step. Out as a match has been ar
ranged by that good sport Al. Wll
son, and the purse Is a decent-slied
one. there will bn a scran that will
make Hilo sports think that Hono
lulu can turn loose a boxer or two.
Sam Hop ,and Heine both '"got
theirs" good and bard In Hilo with
in the last couple ofmonths.and now
should Jack McFad'deh "lose" there
will be1 only one thing'-for the -local
sports to do, and that will be to get
Dick Sullivan back In the ring and
tiavo hint knock the block oft some
middleweight' from the Itnlny dry.
McFadden will econ -niter hli re-
jlurn fioin Hilo travel' out to Lellg
,hua and there tackle, a 'Fighting
Fifth lightweight whoithlnks he haa
the Honolulu -toy's measure. Wo. I,
a lot of amateurs have thought thai
way, Jbut they havo been 1 quickly
convinced that Mc Fad don has a
punch that, landed on tbe proper
spbt, is good for dieamlatid paJtuien.
Onco upon a time a boxer named
Morpft tackled ka&tlOiaifr.
pheum, and for 'several rounds the
"sailor," as be was called, waltzed
around Jack and, endeavored, with
but poor success, to land ons.. where
It would do the mosi 'goridr Jona
than sized up the ball of muscle tbul
kept Jumping around him,' and then
suddenly put'a right swlng'to the
jaw autT It was curtains for the
Many rlngslders at that contest
have declared that the pUbch that
put Morch away was the cleanest
knockout they had ever seen, The
sailor simply collapsed like a wet
6, HUU Ib hhb awuiv wuia wii av
recovered 8uraclently""toTleVve the
ring. Jack McFadden has ainunch.
sure, and If In condition should ac
count for both the men he Is to
meet. , . r ,-
N10EL JACKSON IS
HABD ON THE JOB
tournament, and the Marines would
appear to havo the affair cinched
that Is, If they do not go to pieces
Two sets of games are to be play
ed, and eight men a side will com
pete. One part of the tournament
wll be plaed nt Camp Very, ana
the other at the Y. M. C. A. gym
nasium. This afternoon the following men
will meet, and some exciting games
are expected to eventuate: J. A. Wll'
Hams vs. Nott, 4 o'clock; U R. Wil
liams vs. Marcalllno, 4:30 o'clock;
Plcarlello vs. Webster, S o'clock.
The tournament Is attracting n lot
of attention, and handball has cer
tainly come to the front as a sport
with a vengeance. The game Is be
ing played everywhere, and If no
regular alley Is available, tlio side
of a house and a little space sur
rounding It Is as good as anywhere
else for practising.
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177 S. KINO STBEET
THE POPULARITY OF-
IS PROVEN DAILY
Oo Down by Train
Many Pritet Donated for Banning,
jncycie' ana notor-uycie Kaces
Entry Book Now Open at E.
0. Hall A Son's Race March 27
Nigel Jackson Is hard at work on
the Haleiwa Marathon race, and he
haa resigned his position with the
laundry In order to 'devote all bis time
to the details of the big annual af'
The prlzo list Is 'growing at a great
rate and already many good trophies
have been donated by the merchants
und business men of the- city. The
men who 'last year donated prizes so
liberally, 'are again coming through
with the foods and the prize list Is
growing to a big one.
rrhe race Is, to take place on March
27, and the entry Ust Is now open at
E. O. Hall &. Son's., The entry book
will remain .open till March 25 and
by that tlmo there should bo a large
ruimbcr of names down for the Mar
athon and other events.
The motorcyclo race will attract a
largo number; of, entries and tt Is
thought that at.loast 30 machines will
compete In the thirty-two mile run.
Some of the motorcyclists like Ilerger,
Hcrrlck & Co. will do yery fast work
over the distance,- and the rac will
be something new for the public.
Then the bicycle raco will be a cood
one, tool(an dat least a dozen' rlden
will start on the long Journey. -Tho
prise list so far Is as follows:
The Dlmond BIlvcY Cup, which Is to
bo won three times beforo it becomes
I the uroncrty of anyone Jackson has
SIX TEAMS WILL
COMPETE IN PULL
All Nationalities Will Be in Strag
gle A. K. Vierra in Charge of
Conteit Athletic Park Scene of
A, K. Vierra Is hard at work on
the tug-of-war contest, and it would
appear that there will be one great
day's sport on March 13, when at
least six teams will mce at tho Ath
The Hawaiian team Is thought to
have the best chance in the affair,
although (he Marines .are determined
to give them n hard go, and should
bo able to make the natives extend
themselves. The Portuguese bunch
will also do good work,, and it would
appear that the winning team will
Come from the three mentfoned.
The Chinese team jVill hnve a go
at the competition, and as they are
lght, according to Bam Hop's Idea,
It would seem to be a good schemo
to divide the prizes up into nt least
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Members Will Ditonu Trannaoina
Race and Coauaittee ,to ManaM
Affair Will BeElaiteii. yTT'
This evening at 8 o'clock the- Ha
waii Yacht 'Club wlllHofVa meeting
at which the matter of the trans-Pa'
clflc race will bo taken 'up. A com'
mlttee wll) probably be selected 'to
look ajter tho arrangements for the
race, and all the details will be left
In their harTds. '
Formal Invitations to tbe 'yacht
clubs on tho Coast wjll ljo Issued, and
tho committee wlll'get;int'6comraunl-.
cation with those .yacht owners wha
are thinking of entering for the race,
T. W. Hobron, an old Honolulu many
haa written to Charles T, Wilder about
the raco, and has .'suggested that the
smaller yachts that compete In tbe
event should' bo allowed,. to'retnrn to
the mainland on some iteamer." It Is
thought that nominal rates mjght be
socured from tho steamship com
panies,' and if tho, boats can bo shipped
back there will be a larger number of
contestants' in' the race (hap other-'
wise. The 'yachtsmen .cannot get a
couple of months vexation, and at least
that much Is necessity! If the' men
havo to sail their craft back to San
Francisco after the raoto Is finished. -
The Hawaii will, of .course; repre
sent these Is'lapda In the raceand It
Is probable that the Kamehameha''wUI
also sail In tho race. The WInsomd,
i which halls from Ban Pedro, Is 'about
the samo size as the Kamohamehaj
and If the two start in the trans-Pacific
race there will ho a very interesting
contest between the pair, Irrespective'
of tho main event. i
Don't forget that most of the chIK
dren of God are still In tho .wilder-!
. AT OANDIULL
CAMP VERY BOYS
.WIN OPENING GAMES
Into t.the first
six parts, so that all tho teams will
apt nntnMhlntr fnr Ihnlr Tmtil wnrlr.
one leg In for'lhls'trophy. Five-dollar To only give, two prizes of largo
pair of shoes' presented by E. W.l amounts would be discouraging tor
Qulnn, gold medal from Joe Cohen Ithe .teams thai litwe really little
front "Torrlfortlii- MeAenger service
Ave pounds TTenctf candy,- Palm, Cafe.
luo choice affnlla cigars rroM Ha
waiian Tobtceo Co., pair of 5? shoes
from Jim ftulnn, half'tdozed choice
neckties from Clarion Clothing store,
half gallon Highland American Oil
from Dr. Pottle, gold Oillctte rator
from Holllster Drug Co., three dozen
rainier beer from Rainier Bottling
Works, Panama hat from Hub Cloth
All tho above prizes ara welf worth
winning and the list- of tvopbles will
grow longer every day. Jackson Is
hard at It rpuadlng.np probable donat
ors of prizes, and now It Is up to the
runners, cyclists and motorcyclists to
get In early and enter for. tho events.
fVinfila tfavnit la trfllnlnir hnrit fnr
Ktho Marathon,.and does.hls running In
.uuillIHiuy, wiih jncKBUii, auu pKir ruu
iweniy mues a .cjay ai preseni, ana
b6th are making'' good -time.
." V ' HANDBALLr
MAY WALLACE and BOBBIE WAY
5s., 10c, 13c.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets,.
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Change of Program, Monday, Wed-
muaj iwu iiuujr ,
Three Matches' Played' Yesterday
Half-wets won All Ttfo uy
Victories and One Close Game.
Yesterday afternoon at the Camp
Very handball courts, the much-discussed
tournament between the Ma
rines and Y., M. C. ,A. teams was
started, Only three A games were
played, and two of them'resulted In
easy victories U)t the half-wets. The
third game was also won1 by the Ma
rines, but by a very narrow margin.
In tho first match Dlanchard met
Sterling, and, for the early part of
tbe game theY. M.'C. A. man held
his own. Sterling then bucked up
and made a big winning run that
landed him a winner by a scot of
45 vto 23.
lllanchard's hoodoo number of
points seemed to affect the other
players, and "Jbh,- Gee, You Are
Easy" got awaywlih LewlV ti hi
tune of 45 to 20. "
Then the best tame of ihe day
came up, and in It Queenan and
Johnston fought but a tight finish,
he former managing to win by tour
points io io ii. ii was a great so,
chance of gettluK
Sam .lion's Idea Is to have a tait-
ly substantial first and second prize,
end then to-arrange that every team
gets some sort of a prize, even if
it be only u dollar ahead, for the
team that runs or pulls last In
e Japanese team will, be very
light, but tho men aro a wiry lot
of fellows, and as thcyare.just balls
of muscle, there will be some tough
pulling If (ho Japanese, run up
against tbe Chinese for a starter.
It the police enter a team there
will be a different complexion put
on the competition, and tho boys
In bluo will make the whole outfit
iilt up and take notice. It Is to be
hoped that the "cops" do get Into
tbe tug-of-war contest, and then the
Joy will be complete. (
.As the weather seems settled now,
there will no doubt be a big crowa
at the Athletic Park on the day ot
LOio great, struggle, ' and the excite-
me,nt snouid run nigh, especially ir
a 'couple ot the teams get "frozen''
and hang on, for an hour or so. All
(he details are being arranged by A.
K. Vierra, and he will announce the
final arrangements In a day or so.
"Our plant Is our pride, and wo arc
always glad to conduct other motor
car manufacturers through tho fac
lory," says W. C. Lcland, general man.
ager of the Cadillac Motor Car Com'
pany, In commenting uion the numer-
erous visits of other builders to tho
Cadillac plant In tho last few months.
"We fully appreciate tho fact that
our plant and our methods arc unique
In thoroughness of detail which is In
sisted upon and ably carried out in ev
"It Is particularly Interesting to an
other manufacturer to observe the op
eration of our machinery much of
which was built fight hero In the
Cadillac plant because it could bo
procured nowhera else, and much ot
which was built under Cadillac speci
fications by the leading machinery
manufacturers. Some of our machin
ery is unlike any to be found In any
other automobile factory In tho world.
The reason for this' is that tho fine
ness of fit demanded between many
ot tho reciprocating parts ot Cadillac
cars precluded the possibility ot at
tempting to make use ot ordinary machinery.
'Another feature ot our methods
inoi noma aasoroing inierost ror me
manufacturer and engineer Is tho ex.
tremo fineness and marvelous occur1
aoy of our measurements. The unit,
a the -motor car world pretty gener
ally knows, Is the thousandth part ot
an Inch. Quages and mlcromctors by
which tho varlqus parts, aro sized aro
lest in -the Market
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