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I ,. , ! ' ''., , ' ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUE9DAT, MAR. 8, 1910. ' ( , , 2 ' 7
ZrW W Jt- rSK?' - XSJ TODAYS "
BY V, I. STEVENSON.
TUG-OF-WAR. BASEBALL. YACHTING.
Isn't it a fact that yon are having a lot of trouble in your
garden with Scale, Blight, Leaf CurL Stab, and all the rest of the big
family that seem to like flowers and fruit trees just as much as you
do? If so, you should try Sherwin-Williams
This is one of the best parasitio ir.seot destroyers, and is also rar
ticnlarly valuable for killing lice on animals. Tor Rose Aphis and Rose
Slugs, a diluted solution is very effective.
i We also have a good stock of Sherwin-Williams PARIS GREEN,
which is sure death to Bugs kills every time.
Remember! SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. put up both these articles,
and anything with their name on is all right every time.
E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
BOLE.AGENTS - "
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES 07 CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLARS LAUNDERED IN A SUPERIOR
Suit Cleaned and Pressed
J Abadie. Prop.
FOUR TEAMS WILL JEWELS AND J.A.C. ' PEARL HARBOR
FIGHT IT OUT
FIRST EVENT ON
SATURDAY, MARCH 19
French Laundry, .fofgj
one 149 1
CRUISE MARCH 20
MANY SAILING AND
Y A. GILMAN,
Chtnninrt anil Pnmmiteinn
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott fc Co., San Franoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
Series Will Be Continued for Three
Saturday Nights Liberal Prize
Money for All Teams A. K.
Vierra Is Busy Man.
,AU the details of the great tug of
war arq arrangod and, although only
four teams aro to compete, tha affair
promises to be ns exciting as any that
has ever been pulled off In the past.
A. K. Vierra has worked hard on the
proposition, and after a great amount
of trouble he has succeeded In getting
everything fixed up so that the lirst
pull will toko place on Saturday night
Mnreh 19. at 8 o'clock.
The grounds will be as bright ns
day, and the big electric lights will
allow of everybody, seeing all tho de
tails of the struggle. Four teams arc
In readiness to pull, and they aro the
Hawallans, Marines, Portuguese ar.d
Tho teams would appear to be fall ly
evcnly matched although somo people
think tha. tho Hawallans should win.
Well, they may, but there will be somo
tall scratching beforq, the Marines or
the-'othe'r bunch go over thu line.
The tng-of-wnr 'will bo continued for
three Saturday nights' and very liberal
prize money will bo distributed among
tho teams. Three pulls will be finished
every ovenlng and all tho teams have
to meet ench other In the competition.
Mnyor Fern will act as starter and
tho Hawaiian band will bo on deck to
liven things up when a couplo ot
teams get frozen for an hour or so.
Tho Judges will bo Charles F. Chilling'
worth and a D u 1 1 c 1 1 n represent.!
Tho following aro tho teams that
have entered for tho tug-of-war: Ha
waiian lcorge Lowe, manugcr; Kn
lanl, anchor; Knpane, nailer; J. Ku
mauele, Solomon Low, W. Klllpakl Pe
ilo, Lailal. Subs: Louis Vera Cruz,
S. Plko and Keke. '
MarlnoB Carter, anchor; Okarav
age, nallor F. H. Nelson, Corroy, Vera
nnd Plomlmhm.- Seargeant Keshan,
coach; Lieutenant Kllgoro, manager.
Portugueso C. Medolros, anchor;
John Tcxlera. Antone Tavnres, John
Wilcox, Marlon Farla, Peter Saraph
Inc. Tho colored team has not yet been
picked, but there Is plenty of available
material and a strong bunch of husky
giants will ropresent the Jack John
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HUMID HE HUE
fWt MOM CVtlfS
Two Games Every Sunday at Ath
letic Park Best Three Out ot
Five Games' to Be Played.
On Bunday next the baseball fans
will have an opportunity ot getting
Into their favorite seats at the Ath
letic Park nnd rooting for tho J. A.
Cs. or Diamond Heads, as
fancy leads 'them.
Hawaii Will Take Party to Lochs,
Where Bine Program Will Be
Pulled Off Bifc Crowd Expect
. , ed to Turn Out.
for Women surpass others in
FIT, APPEARANCE, QUAL-
ITY and PRICE, which is $4.
We are always proud to
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel
On Sunday, March 20, the yacht
ing season will opon In these Is
lands, and the date will be marked
bv a blir cruise to Pearl Harbor.
their. Whore all the yachts of tho club, and
I manv others, will meet In one ereat
ine series is an arranged, ana me sporting event. i
jewels nna Japs win nuch up rori Down on the beautiful bays of the
nvo games. inevoei mree oui oi ug imru0r thero, will bo a program
five will decide the Jong, .vered mat- r row(ng nml galling races pulled
tcr ns to which Is the better nine. oa nna tne BCcno wlu b9 llke th0
The proposed seiles has hung flro dayg of ong ng0 wnen the Pcarl
for a Ions time, nndvlho public will na,,or regatta was tho event of the
not only be glsd to see the teams up yeBr Tne wrens wm hnV9 races alI
against oue another, but delighted to themselves, nnd the sight of tho
to see some gpod bal onco more. ntUo uingles Bcootlng over the hai-
The Diamond Heads will be tor will bo a pretty one. These
strengthened a little, and they Bmn) cra(t aro hanietX In good
should put a good team on the dla- sty0i ana tho lads get a lot ot tun
mond on Sunday next. Joe' Teves, 0 jjt ot them,
the HUo player, will hold down third s Althoush the wrens are much
lor mo jewels, ana as he is a really arger than ,, of lho Uny crari
nne pioyor, ine ians ire going m that sklntver the placid waters ot
see somothlb good In fbo-rwa of, Port- juciraon, they look small
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
Wheels of Justice
Fort Street Btbw Beretania
WALKER & STURN Jugglers
5s., 10c, 15c.
- THE KIND YOU GET IN SPRECKELS OR FULTON MAR
KET. ALWAYS FRESH, AND THE BEST IN THE CITY.
INSIST ON GETTING "CRYSTAL SPRINGS" BUTTER,
BECAUSE IT IS GOOD.
FRESH P0I DELIVERED AT RESIDENCES. ' i ,
W. F. HEILBRON, Proo.
. 'WE HAVE ALWAYS GIVEN SATISFACTION IN OUR
Wood and Coal Deliveries
The quality of our fuel is high, and the delivery is promptly
J Our office is now on Queen Str eet, next to the offices of the Inter
Island Co. Telephone 281,
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Ten Times Around Oahu Would
Nearly' Do Trick BUI Chilton
to the Fore.
Dill Chilton Is figuring on tho pros
pects of an endurance race for motor
cycles, and tho gay and fcstlvo Wll
Ham suggests that a raco of DC0 miles,
or ten times around Oahu would bo a
great affair. Dill's scheme Is to havo
sealed machines make two rounds ot
the Island dally, and keep It Up for
Ave days. It Is about 96 miles nrhund
Oahu, ondjjthati dono ten tlmcj Rives
the total; t,Was i suggested to .Dill
that an, (Mfra forty miles should bo
added tomalfQ tho oven thousand, and
tho genial lightweight agroed at once.
Tho Idea Is to test tho reliability of
the different brands of motorcycles,
and tho tact that several seals would
bo placed on different parts of tho en
gine, would enable the Judges to seo
how tho machines really performed.
If any seal was broken It would bo a
sign that thero had been troublo In
that particular part of tho cnglno,
Chilton Is very keon on tho propo
sition, and ho sayg that when motor
cyclists can raco from John O'Qroats
to Landsond In Britain, thero Is no
reason why our local men cannot
make a thousand mile test on Oahu.
It this AllUs Bcandal continues
much longer we shall welcome an-
The J. A. C. nine has been prac
tising hard for some tlmo now, and
the men will step onto the field In
the best of condition. All the Oahu
league players nnd tans pin their
faith on the J. A. Cs. to brine home
the goat of the Jewels, and they j
certainly will see a great struggle
before the matter Is decided one way
Then the members of the "big"
league will bo out for keeps, and
they will put up the games of their
lives through tho series. The Dia
mond Mends feel confident that they
can hand n packago to the J. A. Cs.,
but, at the samo time, realize that
they will be up against the best
bunch ot junlois In the Territory.
There .will be two games each
Sunday, and the Asahls and Mu
Hocks will provldo the preliminary.
These- minor loaguo players are do
ing good work and somo ot the men
are about ready to be promoted Into
the higher grades.
The Athletic Park is In line con
dltlon at present, and providing the
heavy rains keep away, there will be
no trouble as regards mud or water.
AI1 the ground is dry, and the dia
mond Is now ready tor play at a.mo
The fans will no doubt roll up as
they did in the past at the park,
and the J. A. C.-Dlamond Head se
ries should serve as a line Introduc
tion to the regular baseball season
which starts a month or so later.
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Somo doubt is being expressed as to
tho cable that reached tho morning
paper about the Moran-Murphy fight.
Tho cnblo said that Mornn had won,
but from certain stories that ore go
ing tho rounds It would appoar that
soma ono blundered In receiving or
Interpreting tho message. If Murphy
won tho go thero will bo a lot of sur
prlscff people In this city, and tho
CJoast papers are being anxiously
looked forward to by tho sports of Honolulu.
Thp Walkikl Inn swimming race
Is looming up as a big affalri 'and
all ot the boarders are In strict
training. Doc. 'Falrweather does
stunts every night and feels very fit.
The ladles are going In for long
distance walks, and Dill Dattersby
is coaching them.
enough for anything. Down on 8yd
ney harbor there Is a fleet of six
footers which show wonderful speed
over triangular courses. The little
dingles carry fourteen feet on the
boom, and three boys comprise the
crew ot each. It takes same engin
eering to crowd three lanky lad
who never seem to stop growing,
Into a six-footer, and the boys look
ns It they wero all legs and knees
as they crouch In the boats.
Although only six feet over all,
tho beam of the dingles la Immense.
All of them are over five feet wide,
and In some cases 5 feet 10 Inches
and even six feet Is reached. Tboy
nre fitted with a deep centerboard,
or "fin," and the boys' first thought,
whenever they are capsized. Is to
take caro that tho "fin" does not
On Sunday week the Hawaii will
be fitted out, and although transpor
tation will be free, a charge of $1.50
will be mads for luncheon, whtcn
will be provided on board. Those
wishing to get up private parties
for any particular yacht had better
get their order In soon. Vice-Commodore
Kink has. nil the arrange
ments In hand, and he will give in
tending ticket-buyers all the Infor
mation they may require.
Tho rowing races promise to be
good, and the cruise on the Hawaii,
which so soon Is to represent the
Territory In tho trans-Paclflc race,
should be remarkably enjoyable,
The Healanls and Myrtles will
once more measure blades, and the
strawberry raco, In particular,
should bo a good one. 'The club
house will be gaily decorated, and
the ladles can sit In comfort on the
lanal and watch the races,
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Tho senior handicap championship
at tho Y. M. C. A. will be a vory In
teresting one, and tho winners In tho
present tournament will later on meet
In a flno series. Tha' High School lmyn
will bo through their scries before
long as they havo already started oil
the games. Four matches have been
playod and tho results are as follows:
Fook On beat 8lng Hong by a scoro ot
45 to 15, and the same player defeat
ed Darnhart 45 to 16. Sing Hong was
beaten by Ulart 45-24 and Darnhart
lost to Pang 32 to 45.
rtoston. Fab, 16. John L. Sullivan
tho famous tflghter, audihls nowly wed
ded wife aro on 'thclr honeymoon, hav
ing sailed for Europe, but It Is feared
that the1 lefK trouble pehlml them to
greet tbem on their return. Annie I!
Sullivan nt Ctfntervlllo R. I., first wife
of John U. enys Sbo .knows nothing of
tho divorce which ho Is said to bate
obtained ftom her, In i,Chlcago in 190S.
Sho has, said .sho'.rtoosv not consider
herself tho divorced wlfo of tho ox
champion but his wife, and that flic
has written to the -cleric ot tha Super
lor Court at Chlcacrt asklnc for n Ctinv
of the 'alleged dlvorco proceedings. "I
got a lettorfrom the clork," she said
"In which ho tills ll.1i that there are
no papers with my clgnaluro "or any
thing on flic, and 1. don't bcllcvo that
ho ever got a dlvorco If tho clork has
nothing to show for It" Tho couplo
were married In Itoxbury, Masf.., In
1882 and Ihcd' apart many yearn. Sul
livan's tnarridgo to Miss Kate Harklns
look place In llo-Mn recently.
In tho 100-yard dash thero was
strong, Intense, but subdued, rival
ry. Htco of the High nnd Frank
McKcnzle or Oahu were pitted
against one another. Tho pace' was
a record one, and the time was
closer to 9 4-5 than 10 1-5, tho doubt
in difference uelng caused by tho
amateur yinrtcr, who fired to the
ground Intend ot Into the olr, thus
preventing the timekeepers from
latching cither flash or smoke, they
starting their watches on the report
of the pistol, although the men were
away, nice won out In 10 1-5 sec
onds, McKenz:e being on-ntth of a
second behind. Captain Harry God
frey ot tho Kams envied the care
and attention which the Oahu men
got in rubdowns and coverings, but
will endeavor to put the Kams In
class next week.
Lieutenant Dowen of the 20th In
fantry has communicated Ills wish
to play the N. 0. II. baseball nine
a game with his Fort Shatter boys.
Sergeant Darry is delighted with tho
Idea, and Is on tho Job trying to
arrange that tho Guards and Fort
Shatters play their game as a pre
liminary to the J, A. C.-Dlamond
struggle on Sunday next.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
Change of Program, Monday, Wed-
- nesday and .Friday
May's Old Kona. Coffee
Best by Test
Dr. Hand is going ahead op the
track moot for Y. M. C. A. members
and the prospects ot a couplo of days
good sport aro bright. Tho moot will
be held at tho Hoys' Flold and some
of tho Island records will probably go.
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P. 0. Box 70S
Phone Main 140
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Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks.
Hotel Street near Fort.
Thero will bo a meeting of the
Military Athletic Association on
Thursday next, when the matter ot
tho opening date ot the military so
othor appcnl by Harry Thaw or an I r'es nnd othor details Will bo ar
Interview, by ox-Piesidont Kliot. ranged.
Prizes aro still' rolling In for the
Marathon race of April 5, and the
runners are all relieved to hear that
they will not be required to run on
Easter Sunday, when most ot them
would prefer to bo at home. Nigel
Jackson Is arranging a, sixteen-mile
race between Hayes and himself, and
It will be from tho UUllotln
office to Alea store and back again.
Dr. Cook hag turned up In Chile.
Hundred to one he's looking for the
South Pole In Valparaiso!
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