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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 16, 1910.
Isn't it a fact that you arc having a lot of trouble in ycur
garden with Scale, night, Leaf Carl, Scab, and all the rest of the big
family that icsm 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 parasitic insect destroyers, and is also par
ticularly' valuable for killing lice on animals. For Rose Aphis and Bom
Slugs, a diluted solution is very effective.
We also have a good stock of Sherwin-Williams PARIS GREEN,
which is sure death to Bugs kills every time.
Remember 1 SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. nut up both these articles,
and anything with their name on is all right every time.
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W. C. PcacocK & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
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THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS '
We deliver to all' parts of the city twice daily.
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The French Laundry
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This Laundry has built up a well-deserved reputation
for the careful handling of the daintiest fabrics, either in
. washing, dyeing or drv cleaning. ,
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Shipping and Commission
Arthur Socall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & CoM San Francisco .
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The SHAD we received by the Alameda
are fat and tastey. The other fish and
poultry are what you have craved.
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Get the, best quality and accurate quantity, with
prompt delivery, by ordering from the
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, W. F. HEHBR0N, Proo.
YACHT CLUB WILL
WILL MAKE TRIP
Rowing, Sailing and Swimming
Baces uruonouse to Be Head
quartersBand Will Be in At
tendance. Tickets (or the yacht cruise are
going off fast, and those who Intend
making the trip down to Pearl Har
bor next Sunday morning had better
get a move on and purchase one or
the necessary pasleboarda which will
entitle them to luncheon.
The Luka will convey a largo
number of guests down to the beau
tiful harbor, and besides a tine pro
gram of rowing, sailing nnd swim
ming races, the excursionists will
be able to have a look at the work
which t Is being done to make Pearl
Harbor the best fortified port In the
The trip alone Is well worth tak
ing, and the ordinary citizen who
has never seen the harbor should
grasp this opportunity and combine
sport with pleasure, and at the same
time assist the Honolulu yachtsmon,
who are getting up the excursion
(or tjje benefit of the Hawaii, which
J, to 'represent these Islands. Intbe
transpacllle -ride. ".".',r, ,, .
The Hawaii will leave the foot ot
Fort ptreej at 10'o'clook on Sunday
morning, and, given a fine day, the
sight should be a beautiful one as
the white-winged boats start oft foi
the cruise., 'The Luka will also have
a big bunch on board, and the com
fortable craft Is 'a beauty to travel
on. The Hawaiian band will make
the trip down, and the guests will
be able to oll ibout the decks, listen
to the muile'end meditate on the
wonderful change that has pome
over Pearl Harbor.
The clubhouse will be the head
quarters (or the day, and the crowd
can alt around under tho trees or
wander along the waterfrort, and
talk of the days when It was quite
an undertaking (or small sailing
boats to make their way through
the crookcl channel that 'leads to
the lochs. The sight ot two big
deen-water ships snug ,it anchor.
nines insme me naroor, win snow
tho visitors what hag been done In
the way of opening the channel..
The rowing races between the He-
.alanl craws ahou'd be close and. ex
citing, and the wren Balling race
will alvo cause a lot of speculation
ns to which boat will win. The,
leldy swimming race la sure to be
u close one, as the boys are all In
good form, and the famous "crawl'1
xtrolte has been adopted by mauy at
Taking It altogether, It will bn
foolish of anybody to rnlss the trip
of Sunday, as It may be a long time
before another one 1b brought oft.
In a few years, when ferry boats run
down to the new city every hall
hour, It will be different, but at
present anyone who hai not Been
the harbor Should make the trip for
IGMUIU TEAM OB
nTMMIII. Mil I
Asiatic Nine Will Try Conclusions
With Morning Stars at Wad
lnkn Oh April 1 the Asiatic Ilaseliall
Team ot this city will leave tor
Maul, wnere a series or games win
be played against the Morning Stars
at Wells Park, Walluku
The best two out of three games
will decide the matter, and as the
Stars are reported to be a strong
combination, there will be some ex
cltement before the series Is pau.
Sam Hop Is a leading light In tho
affair, and Hang Cnack and Ayau,
the well-known Honolulu boys, are
nlso working oh tho matter up on
The following team wll leave Ho
nolulu on the Claudlne: C. Aklna,
Apau, Alex Asam, Chi Ilul, Tan Lo,
Cn,1Tn Tnn, tfl Alinnn Ah Till.
'Ho1,,. Tom Kl, Ahana, Ah Tin, they, will slvre.havq to play good ball
it'Kal, Kan Yin, L. K66n phoclc.jbeatntbo, lad ((rom. this olty. ' "
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
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tt COMING EVCNT8. U
,Jt Secretaries and managers of U
It athletic clubs are Invited to eend R
tt In the dates of any events which tt
tt thoy may be getting up, for in- tt
Jt sertlon undor tho above head, tt
tt AddrCBs all communications to tt
a tbo Sporting Editor, Bulletin, tt
tt EUMbalt. tt
ATHLETIC FAHK. tt
tt March 20 Diamond Heads vs. tt
tt J. A. C. tt
tt March 27 Diamond Heads vs. 3. tt
tt A. Cs. I
tt April 2 Marines vs. N. Q. ft.
tt Cavalry vs. Infantry.
tt ATHLETIC PAUK.
tt March 19 International Scries. .
tt PEARL HARDOR.
tt March 20 Sailing and Rowing tt
tt Race tt
tt Marathon. ' tt
tt April 3 ITttlolwa'Annual Race tt
tt April 3 Bicycle 'Races, tt
f Handball. ti
tt T. Jf . 0. A. u
tt March 17 High- School Tourna- tt
H munt. tt
tt Track Meet. tt
II March 19 All School Snorts. tt
It April 9 Y. M. CV A. at Boys' tt
tt Hold, tt
tts Trap Shooting.- tt
tt March 18 WeeKlyiCup. tt
tt Hon 'Racing. tt
tt WA1LUKU; tt
tt July 4 Inter-Island; meet. I
tt TranePaolfle Yacht Race. tt
tt July 4 Start from San Francisco, 8
tt - World'e-CMmplonahlo. Fight,!
tt'jiily'4 James iJofftlea'vs. Jack
tt ' Johnson. tt
BRltlSH TEAM '".
Barllnawne Team Do:s .Not Scored
A;.f vnifii.i. vinWnr.''
linpham Rules in Force.
Llnrnp-Whllcs: Major H. It. I.ce '""! " vnng In groat form Tli
Major- O. V,, Hub on f. R. Hnrndill lads from San Miguel v.111 make-the
r, A, Ollt. Itcdsi John I-awton V. other teamB look to their laurels be
MrCrocry, J O. Tobln, Qedrgo t'anf (o,e (Ho final pull Is decided.
gnre Whites, IB; RedpO.
Rcierccs-'I homas I). I. coll and-R.
' i0"'"' v
Pinvine tncnthor for tlm first tlmo
snco theli orrlval nt rturlngime. the
four member? of the British polo team
ecorod an caiy victory over a locnl
four on tho Kan Mateo polo eluba
field at HI Ccrrlto yesterday afternoon
loTe ehn!i Stffl &?&
llBhmcn plnylng nn the Whites, out-
Kenotnlcl the Rojs In every etngo ot
the game and goals came In rapid
John I.awson was tho only' member
of Rnrllngamo's host fouc numbered
IKlltMIK VIIU IlUlIt Utlll blll)ilV-ililiiCi uu
roiild do nothing nKnlnt the Fuez-d end
icurrncy with which the visiting polo-
UtB handled tholr ponies nndjUlcks,
t. Tii.,nn .),.. hn.iivfn hi f
the saddlo for nenrly two woeks owing
lo an injured eye reccivea in a prac-
tlso mitch, Burnrlsnd the local exporU
with his consistent play.
Tho jnntch yoRterday was played un-
son. The duration Tot play "la match "K. The substitutes will be an
shall bo one hour, divided Into six nounced later on.
periods of 10 mlnutos each, with anl t
Iqterval of three minutes after each The Portuguese team for the tug
period except Ih'o third, when there of -war has been selected and It Is as
will ie an Interval of flvo minutes. follows; J. Stone, Antone Taveirt,
Tho showing of the Englishmen's August Peter, Frank Simaos, Ant6n
wonderful .back hand strokes makeB Mnn... tn. rtovi. rnesnr Midilfos
local pbloWhuslasta anxious about """J"' ? AnlTnn.rln ii
Iho result bf tho international matches' "nk Tomas, Antone Canarlo, Joe
for the Popo cup and MrsFrancis J. Perry, Manuel Sabastlan, Manuel
Carolan's cup. which will be played Lewis and V. Uettlncourti This
during the first fortnight In April. I bunch Includes the substituted 'afya
4.H 4, t i represents about the strongest roth
A. Wong and Chan Duck. The first In ,the Portuguese colony,
game will bo played on Baturday, r r
April 2, nnd the next on Sunday, me Hawaiian lesm lor me iu8
Anrti : The third nnd deciding of-war averages 178 poundB per man
game will be played on Tuesdny,
APThe series prom.... to be a good
one and the WaUuku spona are sure
l ,nkn 'y W' h TnT
ALL READY FOR
FOUR TEAMS' WILL
PTJlX FOR PRIZES
A. K. Vierra's Show Is Going to Be
a Oood One Marines Are
Thought to Be the Strongest
All Team Are Husky.
On Saturday evening there will
be a new departure In the way ot
sports, as far aa the younger gen
eration of Honolulu athletes Is con
cerned. The tug-of-wnr which has
been arranged by A. K. Vlerra will
start off, and the preliminary pulls
will 'take place.
four teams are concerned in tno
tournament, and they are the Por
tuguese, Hawaiian, Marines and col
ored huskies. Each team has to
meet the other bunch once at least,
and the competition' will continue
fiom Saturday till Saturday, until
It Is cbmpleted. The prize money
U liberal, and all the teamB will
get something, although the win
ning crew will, of course, get the
The Hawaiian team considers that
it has the tournament already won,
but. they wilt have to pull very
strong to get the Marine over the
line. The Hawaiian are .all enii
nusky-looklng lot they -are, too. ) ,
The Marines are, perhaps. In
best-trained team in the competi
tion, and they have worked hard,
under the able supervision ot Lieu
tenant Kllgore, who has devoted
much time to getting tbb halt-weU
li:o the best possible condition., The
Marines will, to- use Major Plexot
tb'g expression, "grit their tlb,
and get to it." The team that haul
the Camp Very boyB over tho line
will nbout win out In the whole
Then tho colored lads are raak-
ing a nolio like- Jack Johnson an
tSam M.anctoid combined.4 If confl-
j don o can .win out In anythlug In
(tills life, the tug-of-war Is going to!
D!Tw"-!t ... Th unT .,. J
The Portuguese bunch are snap-
Ing we.l, and although to the eye
in tiir.o light, they are a elnery lot
'neiit ntA nnlllha In Wraur fnrrni Ttrii
Charlie ChllllnKWorth and n BUl
lotln representative will act', as
JllIgei and Mnyor Fern w 0Bcp,.
Mite as starter. L. D. Tlnimons will
be scorer o( points, and the Hawal-
inn band, und"r the leadership o(
Captain llcrger, will play a select
program o( popular airs,
fbe Athletic Park will be' light
ed u wlth la'mp, an(, y, gc,n
"J look'nB wc "ow nnd the epee-
tators can stroll down qfter dinner
and smoke a cigar or pipe and watch
the tug-of-war In comfort.
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DOTS AND DASHES
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Thn tnuaw,n .am hu. hen in-
lonrenent tho colored men
cte ,0(,,,tP8"t, L? J!rS!r
In the tug-of-war next Saturday
night: J, Harwood, anchor; J, Uuf-
iei, u, oiiuuer, j. urawn, j. uum,,,,
Doss. T. Taylor, A. Carter. the
manager la A. Oumbs, and the
captan E. Parker. The crew I a
- t one. and will take some beat-
and the crow Is as follows: D. Laet
ao, pikln I, D. Kll paKi, Kimo iseis,
Ion., Kekl. John Kanao or Lul Vera
Cruz Wb.Jtt.taj Pepee Kspan
aZ Sp"f un . .'an 'ZVge & )
The members of 'the team will elect,
a manager on' Saturday.
MIES KID MUMS
Everything Is Made Clear, and Rules
Will Be Acted Up To by Con
testants. For the tug-of-war which starts
on Saturday night next, the follow
ing sot ot rules has been drawn up
by the committee. They nro very
clear and explicit and will be acted
up to by the. officials who have
charge of thelournnment:
1 The following teams shall con
test for championship honors and
prizes hereinafter mentioned, In the
above-mentioned tournament: Ha
waiian team, represented b Oeorge
Lowe; American team, reprcsentcl
by Lieut. T. D. Kllgore; Portuguese
team, represented by M. C. Martin;
Colored team, represented by Alfred
2 Each team shall consist ot
seven members only, nono of whom
shall Individually weigh oer 200
3 Each contestant participating
In this tournament shall permit ex
amination and weighing by the of
ficials, to assure public confidence.
4 At the time of ench pull nil
persons shall retire from the field
excepting the actual participants In
the respecttvo contests engaged
therein, the managors, coachers, of
ficials and police,
C Each team Is allowed five sub
stitutes, whose names shall be pre
sented to the management before the
opening of the tournament.
6 No roan shall be substituted
for another during the progress of
7 The prizes ore to be awarded
as follows: 1st prize, 1 125; 2nd
prize, S7C; 3rd prize, $50; 4th
f Thw following sen flute is
hereby adopted to take place In the
respective order and dates, or may
be postponed on account of unfore
seen hnpponlngs, notice of which
shall be given tho teams: Satur
day, March 19, commencing 7:30 p.
m Colored team vs. Portuguese
team; American team vs. Hawaiian
team. ' Baturday, March 26, com
mencing 7:30 p. m., Portuguese
team vs. American teatnr Hawaiian
team vs. Colored team. Saturday,
April 2, commencing 7:30 p. m., Ha
waiian team vs. Portuguese team;
Colored team vs. American team.
The second pull of the evening to
take plaqev ten minutes after tne
flrit. I- . ' -
!"$ 'f'he officials to be sb follows.
Subject to change, VJweYer, by the
management, In case ot any unfore
seen cause of absence: Starter, the
Mayor, lion. J. J, Forn; judges. Sen
ator C. P. Chllllngworth and V. 1
Btevcnson; 'timekeeper, L. D. Tlni
10 The team to be declared win
ner ot each, eontest shall pull the
center crease bIx foet to Its side. -
ll-r-lloots or shores of any de
scription allowed, but without pro
jecting nails or spikes.
12 Tho cleats shall be one and a
half lt.ches thick, three Inches wide,
of usual length, and shall be placed
eight IncluM (iom heel to heel.
3 Whenever a cleat comes off,
the contest shall be stopped, the
cleat nailed on, and contest re
sumed from the position at the time
the cleat came oft. Should, how
ever, a cleat be Intentionally kick
ed oft, then this section shall not
14 No vulgar or profane lan
guage shafl be used by the contest
ants, and bo one will be allowed to
pull who Is under the Influence ot
w auj icuiu uiiiiiiK lo uuuvur
as lequlred herein shall forfeit all
claim and title to prize money.
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sfAWAIIAR d M
NEW I TODAY
Combination Affair Will Be Shot Off
Ten Birds at Known and Ten
at Unknown' Angles.
This afternoon nt the Kakaako
traps, ,tlie Hawaiian Oun Club wllj
shoot off (or their weekly cup. The
shooting will start at 5 o'clock, and
the competition will be In the na
ture o( a combination shoot. That
Is to say that ten birds will be shot
at at the Leggett trap, which thrawa
the birds out at unknown angles,
and ten clays will also be assault-
?d from the other trap, which sends
hem out at known angles.
This combination of known nnd
Unknown angles gives the rank ana
die ot the members a chance with
the champions. The Bhootlng nt
the unknown angles Is a bit severe
On the handicap men, and it Is
thought that by mixing the traps
they will stand a good Bhow ot mak
ing good In the weekly cup series.
Harvey Is shooting In wondorful-
ly' good form at present, and ho is
almost Invincible. Austin will prob
ably come out In tho near future,
and then some good shooting will
,V , ,7 . " ; " ,
Jrt f" n
. will b. back near
" "E'oro "" or tne year.
Tableau and .
For the benefit of tourists and
others, the KAAHUMANU SOCIETY
by request will repeat its plar
of last October by giving another .
performance, with better and im-'
proved facilities, on
Hawaiian Opera House ,
No efforts will be spared to make
them Society Events.
Usual Prices of Admission $1, 75c.
Tickets are now for sale from the
members and at Bergstrom's.
becure seats at Berfritrom Husio
Co., Ltd.. Odd Fellows' Building.
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING
The Henry McRae Stock
Will Offer That Sterling Comedy
Heir to the Hoorah
By Paul .Armstrong '
SEATS on Sale at 9 a. m. today.
Prices: 75c, 60c. and 25c.
Fort Street Below Beretania
i WALKER & STUBS Jpgflers
' fls., 10c., 15e. ,
Corner Nuuanu and Panahi Streets'
MISS JANE WALL
East Indian Mnscla Dancer
MISS BEATTIE QALARDI
MISS ETHEL LESLIE
, HOTEL STREET ' -
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MISS EVA ALVA
Bong and Acrobatic Dance Artist
HARRY WEIL ,
Returning from a Two Yeary'Ia
eagement in China and Russia .
Premier Pianist of the Far East
If yon want to spring a joke on
jour friend, bring him np to the "
The Fashion Saloon
Meet your friends there and aiof '
the lunches and drinks. .,
Hotel Street near Fort iSfj
Wine and Liqnor Dealers ,,
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. 101 and 105 King Street'''.,.
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