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EVENING DUMXTIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., THURSDAY, MAR. 17, 1310.
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Isn't it a fact that you arc having a lot of trouble in ycur
garden with Scale, Blight. Leaf Curl, Scab, and all the reit of the bin
family that seem to like flowers a, nil fruit trees 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 par
ticularly valuable for killing lice on animals. For Rose Aphis and Rote
Slugs, a diluted solution it very effective.
We also have a good stock of Sherwin-Williams PARIS GREEK,
which it 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 &
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE. WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W4 deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
' WEroUARANTEE OUR OOOOS
The French. Laundry
258 BERETANIA 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 dry cleaning.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrbtt & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(ORINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clook Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
Don't Let One Escape
The SHAD we received by the Alameda
are fat and tastey. The other fish and
poultry are what you have craved.
TELEPHONE 45 W. F. HEILBRON, Prop.
If you Order Coal
Get the best quality and accurate auantity,
prompt delivery, by ordering from the
'Ofllce Queen St., next
& Draying Co-, Ltd.
to Inter-Island Offices Tel. 281
TO BE CHOSEN
FRISCO WANTS TO.
SEE THE START
Thirty Minutes PerToot Will Be
Handicap Adopted Crew of
Local Yachts to Be Amateur.
It ling been decided that the 11a
wull will be sailed by amateur sall-ot-H,
and that a captulu be selected
In the near futuic. There Is not
much douht an to who the fortunate
Individual will be, and a better man
could not ho obtained for the Job.
A rcgulur mariner will bo asked
to go along with the crow, and he
should be of great help to the ama
teurs. The handicaps, for this yeai's
race will be the same as for last,
and Commodore Wilder has recom
mended that thirty minutes a foot
for the full distance be adopted.
The S. F. Chronicle is giving
much space to the transpacific race,
and the following remarks with ref
erence to the starting point on the
Coast will be reud with Interest:
Though the proposed rnce to Ho
nolulu Is still some mouths away,
the local yachting enthusiasts urc
showing, considerable. Interest in II
at present.'' The 'story published In
tho Chronicle during the week has
stirred up the yachtsmen, and every
effort wilt bo made to have the raco
start here Instead of San Pedro, as
In the past.
The amateur tars around the bay
feel that they have the right to as
sume the management from this
end. It was originally agreed that
the race should start from here In
190G, but the fire made this Impos
sible, and the South Coast Yacht
Club stepped In and agiecd to han
dle the race. Now the Northern
California clubs wunt a chanco at
It. They do not say that they want
to handle tho race every 5 ear, but
they at least want to alternate with
the South Coast Yach't Club in hav
ing the Bturt In Northern and South
There Is every reason why the
clubs heieabouts should have some
thing to say In regard to the mat
ter. First and foremost, It is the
fact that there are so many more
tin l) about the bay here from which
to draw entries than there are In
tho boutb. Then, too, the course Is
a more favorable one from the local
bay to Honolulu than from San Pe
dro. If the race 'should start from
the bay hore, It la not unlikely that
some of tho Northwestern clubs
might be Induced o enter a boat or
two. The Lurllno would be u like
ly starter, even though her owner,
ox-Commodore Sinclair, might not
be able tu make the trip. Such
juchts as the Aggie and Mai Ion
could no doubt be induced to start,
as well as a number of others. There
Is considerable expenso attached to
a- race of this kind, but thore would
bo no difficulty for the local clubs
to arrange that niatter In so fur as
this end Is concerned. The South
Coast Club w ho doubt make a
haid light to bnvo the race start
from San Pedro again this year, but
the local clubs appear to have an
equal chunce of bringing it here.
tt If tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
Dick Sullivan Ik having a good
time at the Volcano House, where
ho is resting after a year's hard
work. .Dick sends a postal card to
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n,l( and makes the
statement thai ho has gained ten
pounds In weight, and that ho
thinks he will bo heavy enough tfl
challonge the winner of the Jeffries-
jonnson ngm ueiore long.
The tug-ot-war rules as published
In the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n have been fa
vorably received,! and all the con
testantH aie pleased with the clear
way in which the titles settle nil
On March 36 the Pacific Coast
Ilaseball League wUI start Its sched
ule, nnd Portland,. Sacramento, Oak'
land, Bnn""FrnncUen, Los Angeles
and Vernon teams will play games.
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
tt tt a a a st tt st u u ts n ti ts u s
COMINtl EVENTS. fc
1 tt Secretaries nml managers of
It athletic clubs are. Invited to send
tt In the diles of any, eents which tt
tt thuy mu lio getting up, for In- tt
ft hit lion under tho ubine head, tt
tt Add. una all couimiinlcat,lin to it
tt the Spotting Editor. 11 u 1 1 a 1 1 n. tt'
tt ATHLKTIC PAltK.
tt March 20 Diamond Heads vs,
tt J. A. C.
tt March 27 Diamond Heads vs. J
ti A. Cm.
it MILITARY LKAOUK.
tt April 2 Marines vs. X. 0 II.;
tt Cavalry Vs. Infantry
tt PLANTATION LKAOUi:.
tt May t Kwn , Walalua.
tt May 1 Alci h. Walpahu.
tt Tug of-War.
it ATI1LKTIC PAltK.
ti Maich lt Inloi national Seiles.
tt I'KAltl. HARIIOU.
tt .Match 20 Sailing and Iteming tt
tt Knees. ti
it Marathon. S
it Apill 3 HalPlwu Anmiil Iticu !.
It Ap.ll 3 Illcycle Races.
it Y. M. C. A.
tt Match IT High School Totnna
!J Track Meet.
it March 19 All School Spurts.
tt Apt II T. M. C.fA. at
it Trap Shootlrg.
it March 23 Weekly ICup. '
it Horse halting,
tt July 4 Inter-Islnnd meet.
tt Trans Pacific Yaohl Place.
it July 4 Start from San l-'inticlscn,
tt World's Championship Fight.
tt July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack ii
tt tt tt tt t; tt tt tt tt it it ti tt ft ti ti it
HARVEV WIHS OUT IN
WEEKLY (0, SHOOT
Champion Breaks Possible Number
of Clays Twenty Out of Twen-1
ty Is Record.
Ily grassing all his Itlids, both nt
known nnd unl.nown angles, J. V.
Harvey otiie moie showed his ubll
It y with the gun yesleiday, and cap
tilled the weekly shoot ot tho Ha
waii dun Club.
The shoot was a combination one,
und ten birds at known und ten at
unknown uiigles had to be pulled on.
Harvey did some lino, crisp khootlng,
and ho seemed equally at home ut
cither ti tip. He "killed" the possi
ble number, und has seldom shown
as hillllant form .is ho did jebtcr
da. The bhoot started over the Leg-
gett trap, and tho unknown angles
did not seem to worry the gunnels
much; In fact, many of the men ap
peared more at homo shooting at un
known angles than at the known.
I. Spalding was the liinner-up In
tho weekly cup, and he accounted
for sixteen out of twenty. Hu
brought down tho same number,
viz., eight, nt both traps. The cup
shoot will be continued weekly, and
as the members get Into form,
Champion Harvey will have to keep
up his very best figures to win nut.
Austin, another fine shot, will be
getting Into tho game soon,tand then
theie will be some competitions
worth going miles to sec. The of
ficial scores jesterday were as fol
lows: , J, W. Ilnrvey Unknown angles,
10; known angles, 10; total, 20;
II. D. Ilnwen Unknown angles,
T; known angles, C; total, 12; pos
N. Ikibo Unknown tingle 10;
known angles, 8; total, 18; pos
1, Spalding Unknown angles, S;
known angles, 8; total, 16; possi
C. White Unknown angles, 5;
knonu angles, 5; total, 10; possi
Major Long Unknown angles, 5;
known angles, S; total, 13; pos
II, II, Odell Unknown angles. ;
known nngles, 4; tola), 10; po.wl-
MANY ENTP IN
FOR BIG RACE
ANT0NE KA00 TO BE
ONE OF THE RUNNERS
"Waialua Horse" Is in Good
Form and -Training Hard for
Atitmio Kuoo has entered for the
Matathon late of April 3, and all
doubts about his competing In the
event hne been sot at lest. The
old "Walalua Horse" Is doing stead)
woik over long distances, and Is al
most ready to run today. Ho will,
with a louplo of weeks' more train
lug, be lit to luu frr his life, am
it will be a veiy licet man who will
extend the champion oer the long
Journey to llnlwn.
Nigel JacAson Is running better
Hum ever, and he Is Improving every
day. His stride has been lengthen
ed a lot, und the game little peil Is
making fast time over twenty-mile
tuns every day. F. Hung is another
line limner who will make most ol
(he Marathon men set a sharp pace
t light thiough the whole Jonrne)
domes Is also runinng In fine
stjlo, and those who know what the
w'wiiinir fellow inti i!u :it fit-iirefllctlua
' that he will be lu the first flight nt
tho (IiiIhIi. (Ionics tH doing bis
training out toward the Pall, and
he gets over the ground In rast
All tho tirningemeiils are about
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I'loclo ,.uch are going to be equally
las good us the foot eeut. I here
good us Hie foot eeut. I Here
will be two ejele races, and the llrst
lll be for joiiths of under eighteen
.eain; the seiond ecnt Is for thohe
of over eighteen jears. The prizes
will be liberal, mid the list Is grow
ing lunger eteiy day. Yesteida) the
following were udded: T. 11. D.ivle.i
ft C., one riifo'y rnzoi ; Mike Paton
tr, wotih sox: Fud Maidno. one hot
t best perfume; Adeitlt,er, sl.
iniiutlis' subscilptlou; Itegtil Shoe
Stole, 0110 pair shoes; Louis Warren,
one pair $f shoes.
The runnels will be taken care ot
.it llalelwa Hotel, and u lottage will
be provided for them to bathe and
dress in. Return tickets will be
gleii all the peds and they can
tonic home In comfort on the train.
The entries so far for the Mara
thon and two hlcjcle races ore as
Marathon V. linos, Ueorgo Hna
ea, L. Rosa, Nigel Jackson, A. V.
Ornellas, David Martin, M. Platta,
V. domes, A. Mai tin and Autone
Over Klghtccn Years lllccle Race
Hairy (illman, Henry 11. Wil
liams, Joseph (lurilcro, Solomon Ku
ahltie. Win. O'llrlen, J. K. McSa-
Kiinin, M. L. Comes, Paul Kalioa,
Antouo Gomes Slha ami (1. M. Ad
dison. Under Hlghten lllcjclo Race
Alfied llaptlst, Harry Decker and
Many more i miners and uc!lst
will put In their names during the
next two weeks, and the entry lists
do not close till two das befoio the
ti ti tt
State Champion Beaten After Close
Match Three Sets to Two is
Melville Long, tho Stute cham
pion, was defeated )esterday after
noon In the nniils or tno meirs
championship on tho Hotel Virginia
courts b) Mauilte Mcl.oughlln, sajk
the I'.isadcna Times. It roqulred
live of as hard-plaed sots to deter
mine the final lesult ant the tennis
enthusiasts have witnessed this sea
son. .The stores, 2-6, 2-ti, 8-, "-5,
Klnienrp Sutton mot defeat In het
match with Hazel Hotchktss. 'I he
national champion surpassed Miss
Button hi every point of the game
and there was never a minute when
Games to Start Mny 1 and Run On
Till End of September Ewa
Loses George Clark.
On Mbn 1 the Plantation leamio
will stmt operations, and from thru
on to September 2.1, tlieiu win tie
Kamc, plned cvet) Sunday The
Iivn lentil will be without the sei-
vices of their uncle pitcher, (leotgo
Clark. The ilecr oung ball-too-i'l
Ii now viiipliDi'd In the l!i, nml
may not be seen on the diamond I
gain. Clark was a i rally good i
pitcher, and besides pholtig fur the j
Planlutlon team last seaMiii. he did
exeellunt woik for tho Kallhls In
Hie Oaliu i-etles al tho Athletic
The Plantation lenguo ranted
some excitement last jear, and the
game they plajed at tho clo-e of the
hcason nt the Athletic Park was at-
tended by till the "fnrniers" uf-Oahu.
The managers of the big estates all
used to roll up to see their rcprc
sentntheH nt work, and the fans of
all nationalities woke things up In
style. Tho schedule of games for
the coming reason Is ns follows:
May t 1 liwa . Walalua, nt
Kwn; Alea s. Walptihu, at Wal
pahu. May 8 Walanac ns. Walalua, nt
Walalua; Uwa h. Alea, nt Alea.
May K, Walpahu vs. IIw.i, at
Kwn; Walalua vs. Alea, at Alea.
May 22 Walanne vs. Kwn, at
Walanac; Walalua vs. Walpahu, at
May 29 Walpahu vs. Walanac,
at Walanac; Kwa vs. Walalua, at
lime r, Walanne s, Alen, nt
Walanac; Walpahu s. Walalua, nt
Juno 12 Walanac vs. Walpahu,
at Walpahu; Alea vs. Kwn, nt Kwa.
Julio lit Walpahu vs. llwa, at
Walpahu; Walalua s. Alea, at Wal
ilua. June 2(i Walpahu vs. Ale.i. al
Men; Kwa b. Walanne, at Kwa.
July 10 Walauao vs. Walalua, ut
Walanac; Kwa vs. Alea, al Alea.
July 21 Kwa vs. Walalua, at
Kwa; Ale.i s. Walpahu, at Wal
pahu. July lit Wul.iunc vh. Walalua, at
Walalua; Kwa vb. Ale.i. at Alea.
August 7 -Walpahu vs. Kwa, ut
Kwa; Walalua . Alea, ut Alpu,
August' II Waliiiuio vs. Kwa. ni
Walanne; Walalua vs. Walpahu, at
August 31 Walpahu vs. Wala
nne, at Walanne; Kwa vs. Walalua,
August 28 Walanne vs. Alea, nt
Walanne; Walpahu vs. Walalua, ut
September I Walanne vs. Wal
'i.ihu, at Walpahu; Aieu vs. Kwa, at
September 11 Walpahu vs. Kwa.
it Walpahu; Walalua vs. Alea, nt
September IS Walpahu vs. Alea,
il Alea; Kwa vs, Walanne, at Kwa.
September 1'B Wnlaiine vs. Wnl-
ilua, at W.iUime; Kwa vs, Alea, at
MEET ON SHOW
Pick of Athletes Will Compete in
Races and Field Events Rec
ords Almost Sure to Go.
On Saturday afternoon nt the Al
exauder I'leld, tho luucli-itulkej-of
all-school tiaik meet wilt take
place, ami then once and for nil tin.
best present splinters and other ath
letes of Oahu schools will bo known
Hill Hlce and McKcnzle have both
been Hitting out the hundred In u
couple of ards outside even time,
and II will be a treat to see the pa.r
extended to their limit. If tho rac3
Is a close one, and everything points
to that, the ten-set mid mink slioulu
be about touched, If not gotten In
Then the 220 will lie another tli.e
rate, and lu It the samo two runners
should light It out up tu tho wor
:: it ts :t u tt tt tt ts st tt tt tt tt tt tt tt
the lesult wus lu doubt. She won
l!-D, (1-2. Miss Sutloti did not seem
lo play with her usual vim and
Cliff Herd, tho Throop joutigstor,
got tils good and plenty In the dou
bles match with Dawson as a part
ner iigaiust McLotighlln and laing.
They took the count, 7-fi, 6-1.
In the mixed doubles, Herd made
a better showing. He plaed with
.May Sutton and they defeated Mrs.
Bruce and i'leeuiaii, 0-ti, 6-1, U-l.
Hazel llotthklbs and Mclaughlin
beat Kloieuie Sutton und Captain
JnhiiMin, !;, n-3, ti-1, and will meet
May Sutton and Herd for tho cham
pionship this afternoon.
The woman's singles honors will
be determined this afternoon, when
May Sutton and Hazel llntchklss
will honk up. ThlH ptomlses to bo
the hardest fought game of the tour
nament. Miss Hntchklss Is playing
at top form, while Miss Sutton Is
determined to wipe put tho memory
of the Ions of two Rids lo the north
erner nt the, recent Coropadp tour-nament.
For the benefit of tourists and
others, the KAAHUMANU SOCIETY
bv reciUCSt will repent its plnv
of last October by iviit; Another
pcrioraiancc, wtn bcucr nnu im-
piovcd faculties, oil
Hawaiian VQWa lEOUSe
No effcrts will be snared to make
them Society Events.
Usual Prices of Admission ?I, 70c.
Tickets are now for sale from the
.members and at BttRstrom's.
Secure scats at BerRstrom Musio
Co., Ltd.. , Odd Fellows' Building,
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING
The Henrv McRae StocR
Will OJTcr That SUrline Comedy
Heir to the lloorah
By Paul Armstrong
SEATS on Sale at 0 n. m. today.
Prices: 75c, SCc. and 25c.
MISS EVA ALVA
Song and Acrobatic Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Years' En
gagement in China nnd Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East
Fort Street Below Berctania
WALKER & STURN Jugglers
5s.. 10c., 15c.
Corner Nuunnu and Pauahi Streets
MISS JANE WALL
East Indian Muscle Dancer
MISS BEATTIE OALARDI
MISS ETHEL LESLIE
MOTION PICTURES '
sled. It would surprise) ntilindy to .
see the Island iccorcl liioken by tho
winner, and there tan be no iloubl
that Mio lads will put up wonderful
time over tho eighth nf n mile.
The pule vault and high jump
piuiiilM) to be Interesting events, and
the wii.iters, although they can not
be expected to get near the helghtu
denied at the SJanfoid Uulvorsliy
meet, should establish new marks
for tho group.
Norton will be on deck for lilu
school, and the man who beats hlui
III tho half mile will have In go
some. Tho High School will proba
bly win the must llrst places, but
the runs and Knnis seem tu'hrivo n
mortgngiMiin tho other places In the
: st tt
DOTS AND DASHES. .
All the spurts in town will gath
er at Jack Scull)' placo today nml
hear tho latest tight dope and await
the cable that will tell or tho I'lynn
I.iingrnrd light. Ami It's Saint Pat
rick's Da), too. Should tho negm
win, there will be something doing
mound Hotel street for sure.
Tho refcieo and sporting writer
appear tu haui a Hue scrap cm their
hands, and It may go on for borne
tlmo To come.
George lleckeit, innungor of the
Trenton Club, denies that Im Is signing
men nnd paying salaries aboo tho Trl
U& j-i tMi