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... EVENING BUltETW, HONOLULU. T;TTV TUESDAY. MATl; 15, 1910.
' Isn't it d fact that yon arc having a lot of trouble in yoar
garden with b'culc, Plights Leaf Carl, Scab, and all the rut of the bite
family thnt seom to like flowers and fruit tree's just as much as jou
dot If so, you should try Sherwin-Williams
This is one of the best parasitic insect destroyers, and is also oar
ticularly valuable for killing lice on animals. For Rote Aphis and Bote
Slags, a diluted solution is very effective.
We. also have a good stock of Sherwin-Williams PABIS GREEN,
which is sure death to Bugs kills every time.
Remember I SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. put up both these articles,
and, anything with their name on is all right every time.
E. 0. Ball & Son, Ltd.'
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
teitplTne 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone
V WE GUARANTEE tjUR. GOODS I
The French Laundry
258 BEBETANIA ST. J. Abadie. Prop. PHONE 1491
This Laundry has built up a well-deserved reputation
for the careful handling of the daintiest fabrics, either in
washing, dyeing or drvcleaning;
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath,
Parrott & Co., San Franoisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
'General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GMNNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
, ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDINO, HONOLULU, T, H,
PHONE 50 '
Don't Let One EscapcN
The SHAD we received by the Alameda
are fa t and tastey. The other fish and
poultry are what you have craved.
TELEPHONE 45 ' W. F. HEILBRON, Prop.
WE HAVE. ALWAYS GIVEN SATISFACTION IN OUR
. , Wood and Coal Deliveries
The quality of our fuel is high, and the delivery is promptly
Our office is now on Queen Street, next to the offices of the Inter
Island Co. Telephone 281.
& Draying Co., Ltd.
FAMOUS TEAM MAY
PROPOSE TO SPEND
THE WINTER HEBE
Twenty-Five Players Would Hake
Honolulu Headquarters Would
Play Exhibition Games to De
According to W. W. Harris thcro h
a good clmnco of tho White Sox' base
ball nine wintering In Honolulu at tin
closo of the coming season. Tho mat
ter has been put up to the manager,
and he Is said to be favorably Im
pressed with the scheme.
Some twenty-live players would
make tho trip and they would remain
In Honolulu for somo couslderabl
time. The expense of tho stay would
be heavy, but exhibition games be
tween the world-famous men would
help to defray the high cost of keep,
If the Promotion Committee q.
some body ot public men would go In
for the idea 'with vim, the advertise
ment that' these IslandB would get
would more than pay for' tb6 share ot
monoy put up oy.anyonc. .yne tnougm
fame In HawaH would get a boost thai
would Improve the class of ball a!
Imagine going out to the ground;
and seeing two nines made up of
White 8ox men playing an exhibition
game! Wouldn't It be' a treat tc
dream of for months to follow? When
Mlque Fisher's bunch used to start
out and play-real ball was It not r
treat to sit and watch them? Let up
all hope that the White Sox do conic
down here for the winter; It would bf
tho best possible thing for Hawaii.
FARMER BtWL H
IMV FOR FRAY
Five Plantation Teams Will Fight
for Championship First Games
on May 1.
Once -more the Plantation Rasobal!
League Is getting ready 'for the' com
Ing seasin and, at a meeting held a
Alca, the following officers were elect
ed: Charles Arnold, president; A. M.
Simpson, vice-president; W. E. Miles
secretary; J, J. Meyer, treasurer; A
Kalkaloa, assistant secretary and Wil
liam Meyer, manager.
Fire plantation nines will play In
the series and they aro as follows.
Waianae, W-Malua, Ewa, Walpahu and
Alca, The series will start on Mny 1
and the schedule will be published
Last year's games wero sadly Inter
fered with by the strike, but this sen
son's play will be kept going on BChed.
ule time and there will be no post
ponements except .for bad weather or
some other unforscen reason.
..The following representatives from
different plantation wefo present' at
the. meeting:. J. J.- Meyer and Jamci
Mundon for Walaoaoi A. Walkaloa un.i
Ah Chew for'Walalua; James I.nlne
for Ewa; W. E. Miles and James Dy
son for Walpahu; Charles Arnold nn1
Oeorxo Wond for Aica'. V
There will be two swimming racot
down at "Pearl Harbor on Sunday next
and the relay eyent should provo very
exciting. Six men a side will swim
over a twenty-five, yard course and tho
finish should be very close. Then d
straightaway, twenty-five yards race
will be pullod off and the smartest
Bwlmmers In the Territory will com
- i nan
Tho swimming race at tho Walklk'
Inn was won By Mrs. Klnnoy, who wa
coached nnd trained bygone of the best
swimmers on the beach. Mrs. Klnnoy
also won the 60 yards da'eh In easy
Those Intending to mnko the Teorl
Harbor trip on Sunday next had bet
ter Uo quick about getting their tick
ets for, Junch. Tho rlbbonK arc' going
off fast and threo hundred or .so win
BT V. I. BTETEMBOlt. "' -flMllfeV
tt COMING EVENTS. tl
tt - M
, U Secretaries and managers of tt
It athletic clubs nro Invited to send tt
ri lu the dates ir any cVcuU which t
tt thoy may ho gettlng-Mip, for lu- It
tt scrtion under tho ..abora head, tt
4 Add.'css all communications to U
h tho Snorting Editor,' D u II o 1 1 n. ti
a March 20 Diamond' Heads vs.
tt J. A. C. j
a March 27 Diamond Heads vs. J.
8 A Cs. , ,x
a April 2 Marines vs. N. O. H.
.t Cavalry vs. Infantry.. '
4 ATHLETIC PARK.
a March lS'-Untcrnational Series!
a PEARL HARtlOR.
a March 20 Balling and Rowing tt
a Races. a
a April 3 Halolwa Annual Race.
a April 3 Bicycle Races.
:t Maich 14 High School Tourha.
;t Track Meat
Mch -AHf-School' Sports.
I April 9 Y,
M. C. A. at
'I Trap Shooting.
:t March 1ft Weekly Cup.
a ' Horae lUolng. ' t
a , WA1LUKU. , ,;
tt July 4 InteHslalH'ineet.,'.
a July 4 Start from Ba'nFTanelsco.'.f?
a World's Championship Fight, tt
a July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jaok B
a Johnson. V
is written to
Japanese University Will Be Cabled
With Reference to Date of De
partureGood Games Expected.
Arrangements aro under way to
make sure that tho SantVCfltra base
ball team' arrives In Honolulu at th
same time that tho Japanese Univers
ity players nro here. W. W. ilarrii-
Is writing by the Lurllno tMcHcnry
tho manager of the 8an Claras, am!
Is' Informing the magnate of the fact
that tho Wasedas will be here.
As soon as a reply conies from Mc
Heury n cable will be sent to Japan
asking tho Wasedas for th'o date of
their departure from the land of the
Then It will bo fixed that tho Santa
Claras reach Honolulu about the
samo tlmo, and the proposed scries ot
games betwocn the two teams of vis
ltors and a team from both tho loeal
leagues, will bo played.
Thfi nnripa ifi'lll limltfthlv Ktnrt In
July and would be continued for four
Saturdays ann Bunuuys, ine uanu
League nine would p!ay the Bant?
ClaraB and the Honolulu Lcaguo play
ore would go up against tho Japanese
Then the local teams would play 'one
mother and the visitors would have
a go at one another. Two game
would be plnyad ou Saturdays and two
on Sundays and tho fans should set
some ball well worth watching.
All the players think very well of
the scheme, and the greatest Intcrev
Is being shown In tho matter. An an
swer to W. W. Harris' letter will be
anxiously awnltcd and as soon as the
Santa Clara manager agrees to the
Honolulu man's proposition, the affair
may bo looked upon as sottlcd. Nr
trouble Is anticipated with regard t(
the Wnsedn bunch stopping oycf In
Honolulu, and the local baKMmll en
thuslasts are already beginning to sit
up and take notlee,
The series will be played at tho.Ath;
lotic I'ArK ami tno ground win nardiy
be lurgo enough to hold tho thousand?
who will roll up to watch the games.
Tho Santa Clara nine Is said to bo
stronger this year than for somo set
cons past. If that bo the en bo tin
local men will be up against a stroii'
bunch of bnll-tossers who will certain
ly mnko It warm for, any loam that'tfo-
Nigel Went Down 'to Complete Ar
rangements for Race of April 3
Kaoo Not Barred, Says Jack
son. Nigel TJackson left the Dili let In
office at 7:30 this morrllpg 'en route
for, Haielwa. Jackson, will Jig-Jog tho
thirty' odd miles down to the hotel and
on arrival there' will telephone In his
time for the Journey.
Jackson looks In Hip pink of rondi
tlon, and started oft for bis long run
as If It were a hundred yard sprint
that he was undertaking. He reck
oned ho would reach Halolwa" some
where around noon time. He did not
act out to make any record, and meant
o speak to the people who so klridly
ornrlded refrsthments for the runner?
aiit year. There Is no doubt that the
-ame refreshment stations as last yeal
vlll be arranged for, and the runnert
vill be able to. quench their thirst at'
'overal placoa along the road.
.Manager Kimball;, bf Haielwa hotel
a taklnk' '.. food deal of interest Jn
Ihe'rtcVtana.hi and JbckscmHrltHillri
the matter -over todar. In fact-thv
Oi'lndpal reason of Jackson' long run
this morning Is to see Kimball and the
people along the lino.
The Muramon or April 3 win be gov
erned by vcry'slmple rules and as the
Ime limit for nnUblng Is set at six
Jiours everybody who can finish at al!
hould get within the- prescribed tune.
Vn helpers will be allowed and all
kind ot'dopo. such as strychnine pills
oxygen snifters and other heart work
ers, wll bo, bar red out.
Jackfon wishes It to be understood
that he has no objection to Antono'Ka-
io entering for tho Haielwa race, and
that the old Wnlalua horse was nove:
Ipproached and requested not to enter
for the event.
Kaoo is n wonderful runner and I
vould be rather a girt to him to allor
of his entering for this year's race
The other runners would havo llttl
ir no chance if the champion long
llstanco man of Hawaii was CQiiiiet
Ing. The rest Of tho bunch of' pad'
ire fairly evenly mntchv.I and a goo.',
aco shoyld oventuate:
Prizes aro rolling In at a great rate
inii there will be plenty for 'he tw"
bicycle races and the big event. There
vcro many prlies last year But thl
vear's list has It boaten to a frnttle.
All tho arrangements are practical!'
oomploto now for tlioNrft:e and the
men who face, tho staiter on April f
will lie well taken care of nnd will b"
given free transportation back on th''
special train that Is to bring. the bunch
10(11 Mil SAW
Says Decision Wds Bad Koran Bad
Better of. Fight Charlie Reilly
C. O. Dockus, tho woll known 'tonnii
player, returned from thb Coast otf
he Mongolia. He reports that, he was
nrosent at tho Moran-Murphy. fight and
(hat he never saw such a bad decloi(
. flAna.n C9.nl. I. n t.A T-T-nn flffhl
IB lUI1.tU OIIHW1 h.tVV. " lW '!",
was Moran's by a mile, and everybody
except aiurpnys ininiciiiuie inenai
Soven sporting writers wero seated
iround tho ring, and they, were all
unanimous in their opinion that thr
tccislan wns a fierce one. Moran
should certainly havo been given fl
draw, if not a win,
Charllo Itcllly boxed Harrison as' '
preliminary and got tho decision oyer
the lightweight. Charlie Is doing woll
nolulu can put In the field now-a-dsys
nnsoball will get a great boost
through tho meeting of the Amorlcaq
and Japfthrso nines In the mtd-PaclflC.
ind tome really snappy ball that w
"iinku tho fans go up on their toes will
be seen. The local men will take more
mteiext In' thrlr ploy than at pretent
-ind the publlo will patronise
SlJIIFOtD N TRACK
MEET BV 74 TO 47
Eouthern Californian Athletes Not
Fast Enough Scott Clean IS
Feet 8 Inches in Pole Vault.
LOS ANC1ELE9, March 6. Tho
track and field athletes of Stanford
University won the annual dual
track and field meet from the Uni
versity ot Southern California ath
letes on llovaid field this ufternooa
by, the score of 74 to 47,
The meet proved to be the sensa
tion of the 1S10 track season on the
coaBt and was featured by the es
tablishing of a new pacific Coast and
United States record In the pole vault
by Captain L, Scott of the Stnnford
team, who cleared the bar at 12 feet
C Inches.. The former Amerlcnn rec
ord was held by W. It. Dray of Yale
at, 12 feet GH Inches. As Scott had
little troubje In clearing the bar at
12 feet 6 Inches, tho big crowd kept
clamoring that he try for the world's
record of 12 feet 9H inches. Hut
"Dad" Moulton announced that Scott
had' strained a ligament In his leg
at one ot the "take offs" and was
unfit to try for the record, ..
Harry Trotter of the U. 8. C, de
feated Hortin of Stanford in the shot
put nnd established a new Southern
California record .of 4&.Xcet 10 ln
A. Johnson ot Stanford negotiat
ed the half mile In 2 minutes 1 2-5
Beconds, tho fastest time over run
on a- Southern track.
' Stanford got ten first places, sev
en second ptaces nnd seven third
places. ,The Methodists secured four
first, six seconds, and six third
Mile run Porter, .Stanford, won;
Hall, U. S. C, second; Newman,
Stanford, third. Time, 4:35 3-3.
100-yard dash Troop, U. 8. C,
won;' Coleman, Stanford, "second:
Smlthrun, Stanford, third. Time, 10
120-yard hurdles Lennox, U 8.
C, won! Maker, Btanford disquali
fied for knocking down three hur
dles. .- , .
440-yard dash Wyman, Stanford,
won; Stolz, Stanford,' second; Hill,
U, 8. 0., third. Time, :63 2-G Bec
onds. Two mile rUn; Newman, Stanford,
wpn; 'Wheelan U. 8. C second;
Tempteton, Stanford;. 'third, '(One-
otlartar at (rfTmllo short). . . Time,
22 0-yard d-Jreop.'TJr8.dr.'
ind Coleman, Stanford, tied for first;
Bmlthrun, .Stanford, third. Tlmo;
220-yard low hurdleLennox, U.
3. C, won; Stlne, U. S, C, second;
Kern, Stanford, third. Time, :2
880-yard dash A. Johnson, Stan
ford, won; Walton, U. 8. C, sec
ond; Gower, U. B. C, third. Time,
2:01 3 -B.
Relay race Won by Stanford,
with Stolt, 'Smlthrun, Wynian and
Coleman running. Time, i:3G 2-5,
Hammer throw Wooloy, Stan
ford, won; llorton, Stanford, sec
ond;' Richardson, U. 8. C, third.
Distance, 124 feet.
High Jump Horlne, Btanford,
won; Argcbrite, Btanford second:
Karl nnd Wulburg, U. 8. C, tied for
hlrd. Height,. 6 feet 1M. Inches.
Shot-put Trotter, U. S. C, won;
Horton, Stanford, second; Wooloy,
Stanford, .third. Distance, 43 feet
Broad jump Dellah, Stanford,
won; Argabrlte, Btanford, second;
Olbbs, U. S. C, third. Distance, 20
Pole vault Scott, Btanford, won;
Richardson, U. B. C, second; llel
tah, Stanford, third. Height 12 feet
The officials were; Btarter, Klnter
Hamilton; clerk ot course, Ralph
Crossman; judges of finish, W. Lae
tet, T. Knoles, Herbert II row n; tim
ers, W. Ilovard, R. Noble, Chester
I.arwrence; Judges of weights, Phil
lips and Skinner; Judges of jumps,
$1. Pnulln, II. Welletts;
n 8 k
An unsigned communication
been received by the. Sporting editor
and In li the writer makes certain com
Plaints about the alleged unfair .way
tno Bt. Louis college athletes are
.rented in tegard to track meets, etc,
If tho writer will sign his name the
etter will be published and comment
3d upon. Tho charges made are. too
Serious to print without knqwlng whe
Is responsible for them,
tt M tt
That good sport Jack Scully Invltef
M his sporting friends to drop in and
insist In tho opening of his now house
jd' Hotel street. Two o'clock on tlu
tfternoon of Saint Patrick's Day Is
'ho hour set for tho opening of tho fea
tlvltles. Anyone, who may have been
i ver looked In tho Issuing of Invitations
'" requested to drop In all tho samo;
everybody will bo welcome Erin Oo
tt tt tt
Tho Idea of a Territorial I'nlr Is be
Ing revived, and It may como about
lhat Uict affair will, bo brought off latoi
on. At the meeting of tho Poultry As
'oclatlon yesterday tho matter ' wnB
threshed out, and tho Idea seemed to
ho favorably thought Of by everybody.
ind Is a great favorite. He Is matched
to box Nation this month. Fred Smith.
or this rlty got a letter from Reilly
I lately and tho little boxer wished to
I bo remembered to everybody,
For the benefit of tourists nnd
others, the KAAHUMANU SOCIETY
by request will repeat its plav
of last October by giving another
performance, with better and Im
proved facilities, on
March 17, '
' At the
Hawaiian Opera House
No efforts will be spared to make
them Society Events.
Usual Prices of Admission 11, 75c.
Tickets, ore now for sale from the
members and at Berirstrom'i.
Secure seats at Sergstrom Music
Co., Ltd., Odd Fellows' Building.
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahl Streets
MISS, JANE WALL
East Indian Mnscle .Dancer
HISS BEATTIE OALABDI
MISS ETHEL LESLIE
MISS EVA ALVA
Song and Acrobatic Dance Artirt
Returning from .. Two Years' Sst
jjagement in China -atpd Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East '
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your friend, bring him np to the
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Meet your friends there and enjoy
the loaches and drinks.
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Wine and Liquor Dealers.
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