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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H WEDNESDAY, Am. 13, 19
The Sherwin-Williams Modern 'Method
Floor Finishes are made first of all to walk
on to stand hard foot wear and look well for
the longest time. They are made for finishing any floor,
old or new In any style detlred. You can select any one of
them and by following oar Instructions obtain the best looking and
best wearing finish it's possible to get.
Painted and varnished floors are rapidly taking the place of dusty,
germ collecting carpets. They look better, are easier to keep clean,
are more healthful and more economical. For these reasons finished
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E. 0. HALL &
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.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
J. A. GILMAN,
' Shipping and Commission
1 Agent for
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GIUNNELL AUTOMATIC SPBINKLER)
Nemhan Clock Co.
. Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDO BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
. . PHONE! 50
"The Everyday Article in Furniture"
6 SIZES KITCHEN TABLES,
4 SIZES MEAT SAFES.
10 GRADES SOFT MATTRESSES Every Size; and
RUSTPROOF1 WOVEN WIRE MATTRESSES.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
All Hand Work Low "Prices
The Minirnum of Wear
Frenoh Laundry J. Abadie, Prop.
The Roast Beef of
WA8 NEVER BETTER THAN THAT WHICn WE SUP
PLY, T0V HONOLULU HOUSEKEEPERS. OUR SOURCE
ASSURES US THE BEST QUALITY ALWAYS.
W. F. HEDLBR0N, Proo.
BIG CROWD VISITS
BOTH BOAT CLUBS
MYRTLE AND HEALANI
MEMBERS GOING STRONG
Toboeiran Slide Is Latest Annul
ment A New Boat Expected!
mm uoast boon.
Dawn at tho Ilcalaul and Mrtlc
boat sheds there can every afternoon
bo tec II largo parties nf swimmer
mid rowers all nt work getting inu
condition for tho coming' water
sports that aro to be given In aid of
the Hawaii jiiclit fund.
The rowing men of tho city nr
showing groat Intern it tn .ill tli.it
iipi tains to the art, und tho olltr
men nic, keen on lustrui tlni the
iiunger members of tho mi!i It. the
way they should go In o o: tn get
the greatest fobflble pace out of it
The hot weather having Btnrtcd, a
big bunch of fellows go down for a
swim as boon as they get through
work every day. Tho members aro
tnscofnlilg'"'uctIcrucqualnlcd, ntid all
the signs point to a generuKrovlval
Id rowing and other aquatic sports.
A new boat Is expected soon from
the mainland, and It Is said to bo
one of the best built for a long time.
When tho new tub arrives there will
be sohio flne' doings down nt tho Ho
alanls, and the lucky men who make
the crew will have a chance of row
ing In an up-to-date boat.
The toboggan slldo comes at Just
the right moment, and ns soon as It
Is finished there will be jv, continual
rush of divers down "its smooth,
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
Tugs-of-wnr are In tho nlr nowa
da) , and both foot and roller skato
vents are being talked of. Thero
will be a pUII on skates tonight at
the Prlncesa Illnk, und In It tho Mu
rines and Rink teams will compete.
McCoiiough and Coll fight at Lcl
tollua next Saturday night, "and a
big crowd of fans wlllTiinko the trip
down tb see tba contest. Doth men
ore In excellent condition, and the
bout should be an Interesting one.
'The "ull-duy" shoot at tho Kaka
aku.trap will not como off on Sun
day, us many of tho men who wcro
to compete are uwuy on the othor
Islands. The shoot may, however,
come off later In tho season.
Lester Petrle left for tho Coast
last night on the Lurllne, und bo
was covered with loin ns he ascend
ed the gangplank. "Pelo" will prou
Thata glass of beer TASTES BETTER in- our
place. There's a whole lot in surroundings. ? )
It cost something; to fit up this way. but it'll pay.
Our bar is more than just popular
It's "The Fashion"
'( Hotel near, Fort
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BY V. I,
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it COMING EVENTS. ii
ii Secretaries and managers of ii
it nllilotlc clubs nro Invited to Rend it
it In (ho Mn ten of imy utuutn which ii
it they in ly ha gutting up, for In- ii
it snrtlon undnr tho above head ii
ii Addles all communications tn ti
ii tho Siortlng Editor. Ilullet.ln.ii
it ATHLETIC PAtlK.
ti April. 17 Diamond Heads vb.
it A, Cb.
ii April 17 Muhocks vs. Asnhls.
it MILlTAflY LKAOUn.
ii April 16 Marines mi Infantry
it April 16 N. O. II. is. Cavalry,
it PLANTATION I.KAOUK.
ti May 1 Ewa vs.. Walalua.
tt May 1 Aloa vb. Walpahit.
I ug vt-vjmr,
tt ATHLKTIC I'AUK.
ti April 16 International Hcrlcs.
tt Skating Marathon.
ti April 23 Princess Iltnk.
it April II Modal Phi).
,tt May 4 Opening of season.
I It Fistic.
tt Apill IB McCollough
'it Track Meet.
April 16 Y. M. C. A. at Dojs
it 1 leld.
ti April 13 Night Tournament (Ma
it noa Valley.)
tt April 24 Irwin Cup.
tt May 15 Cooper Qup
it Trap Ohootlng.
ti April 13 Weekly Cup
tt Horse Racing,
tt July 4 Inter-Island meet,
ti Transpacific Yacht flaee,
it July 4 Start from 8an Frnnrlsco, tt
tt World's Championship Fight, tt
tt July 4 James Jcftrlos vs. Jack tt
tt Johnxon. tt
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ably bo nway from
couple of months.
Hawaii for a
The sports at thc Monastery liavo
decided to have a new window put
In the building in ordor that there
will bo more light thrown on tho
billiard tablo. Tom Heck Is figuring
on tho cost of the window, and it
his tender Is accepted, It may bo ar
ranged that tho monkH ran rcmai'i
In tho hoimo while tho Job la being
Tho Oahu Icaguo will hold a meet
ing on Wednesday next, and at It
the schedule tor the coming season
will be arranged. The C. A. C, liojs
are hard ut work practising for thn
coming season, andl they intend to
go closo to, if not win, tho scries
A London paper declares that Jim
Jeffries Is a direct descendant of
Judge Jeffreys, the notorious hang
ing Judge who delighted In sending
men to tho scaffold.
President Slnglehurst of tho Ma
li, .a Tantilu f-liili Vina .Innnfml a Olin
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silver cup far the wlnnors of tho
nioii'ti ilnnlilpM nt (tin ntcht tennis.
Kutrlca for tho skating Marathon
closo at the rink on Friday night
J next, and no entry will bu rccolvod
nftor 9 o'clock.
WEEKLY CUP SHOOT
HARVEY AND B0B0
HAVE TWO LEGS IN
Cup May Be Won Finally Today
Surprise Might Come From
. Spalding or Deering.
This afternoon at the Jtakuako
traps the weekly cup shoot of tho
Hawaiian dun Club will bo ad
vanced nnothcr stage and, as both
Hobo and Ilarvoy have two legs in
frr tho troph), an exciting conlcit
Is expected, ns there will be two good
til snots run up agulusl one nnuthor.
ttj Harvey wm itnablo to shoot lint
ttjwcrk us ho was under tho weather:
tt however, If It docs not rain today
he will be utile to turn out and maku
a stab at capturing the cup for the
third und last time.
Tho condition of the cup compe
tition nro that It bus to be won
tlirco times by tho sumo man before
It becomes his personal propcttj.
Only two men hmo bo far managed
to get their names on tho iup mid
tt.ns they both have won It twleo
thero would seem to bo it probability
of ono pt tho pnlr winning fur tho
Tho shoot Is, ns usual, a com
blnntlon one, und will be shot at
both known and unknown nngles.
Ten birds nt either trap will be
sprung and the shooting should be
ery close this afternoon us tho gun
ners aro getting used to the Lcggett
trap, which throws the clays out at
unknown angles and nt & very rapid
rate of speed. '
Spalding and Dcerlng have dune
rorne 'remarkably good shooting In
practice and If they shoot up to their
real form, a new name may appear
on tho cup,
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DOTS AND DASHES FROM
, The Chicago American League has,
through Its representative, Ted Sul
livan, about closed a deal with the
Mineral Wolls Club for training
quarters and grounds ut I'ort Worth,
VIerra's tug-of-wnr may be pulled
off at tho Princess skating rluk. Tho
ground at the Athletic Park, was too
wet for tho contest last weoks and
a change to uptown has bcon tug
Philadelphia boasts of, two of tho
oldest living) skaters In tho world
On the first duy that the Ice was In
Wnlhertll nnd IiIk brother I'rank. 73
and 71 years of ago respectively,
made tholr annual appearance bu
Haver ford College pond, Thoy cut
tho llguro olght, and did other stunts
that mado tho onlooklng youngster!
open their eyes In surprlso.
The Two Jacks'"
MANOA VU1EY (H
LldHT lEIIIIIS TOURHAMENT
Everything Ready for Opening Games
Many Interesting Maicncs Ar
This evening tho night tennis tourna
ment stnrts on the Mnnoa courts and n
flnt- bunch of players hau put down
their names for tho different events.
Pla) will start at 7 o'clock each eve
ning, nnd if tho rnln keeps off there
should bo some fine, tennis by tho elec
tric lights. Tho lamps nro doing good
work and every' evening Ihpro are
many plavera out on thc rourtB prac
ticing for tho coming tournament.
Thc drawings for tho tournament
nio as follows.
Wednesday, April 13.
Match No. 1. A. 1, Castla nnd Cap
tain Low vb II Dillingham nnd Ocorgo
Match No. .1. n. I) Iloolh nnd II. 8.
Orny vb. M. Mclntjro and K. II. Worth-
Match No 2. Mlns Tennry an I
II. Dowsctt v Miss Pat) and W. II.
Match No. 4. C. It. Hemcnwny and
C. II, Olson vs. I'rank Armstrong and
Match No. B. C. II. Cooko nnd It. A
Cooko vs. C. O. Ilockus and T ltlcli
srds Thursday, April 14,
Match No. I. W A. Wall nnd II II
Olffnidvs W. O. Slngkhurst nnd II P.
Mntch No. 2. A. Htchnrds and
Clarko vs. Potter and Schmidt.
Match No. 3 Mrs. Bthcl Coulter
nnd W. A, Wall vs. Mr. and Mrs. John
Match No. 4. Winner Mnlrlt No. I
(Wednesday) vb. winner Mutch No. S
Match No. 5 W II. Ilalibltt and
John Wnttrhouso vb. 1", K. Stecro and
A. M. Nowcll.
Friday, April 15.
Mulch No. I, Winner Mutch No. ;l
(Wrdnesdn)) vs. winner Match No. 2
Match No. 2. Miss Lucy Ward nnd
II. II (llffiird vs. winner Match No. 2
Match No. 3. Winner Match No. I
(Wedncuda)) vb. winner Match No. .".
Match No, 4. Winner Match No 1
(Thursdtt)) vs. winner Matrh No. I
Match No, S. Winner Match No 1
n-'IdajJvV-vt inner Match No. 3 (Krl
'Saturday, April 16.
Finals only. Thr-a sofs out of five.
Mntch No. 1. KlnilM, Mixed doubles.
Match No. 2. Klnnls gentlemen's
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Will M Mil ,11
May Be Last Appearance of Brookes
and Wilding Famous Pair to
Although It Is practically certain
that tho feu i host tennis playors In
Austrnlitst.i will pass through Ho
nolulu on Iholr way to tho United
Stales within the next couplo nf
months, thero has not been much
talk of arranging for an nftornoon's
tonnls with the traveling plavcrs.
It Is to lie hoped that local pcoplo
will bo ablo to bee llrookcs und his
companions at work on the courts
Wilding will astonlbh people a lot lr
ho gets going properly, and thon
Uunlop und Sharp nro no slouches
at tho sport.
As It Is probable that Ilrookes and
Wilding will never again play for
the Davis Cup, and will retlro be
fore very long, an opiiortunity to
seo the strongest pair of tonnls pln)
cis In tho world at work would bo a
Tho mantles of Ilrookes nnd Wild
ing will probably rail on tho shoul
ders of two Victorians Heath and
Dunlop. The former pin) or boat
Long In some private matches play
ed whlla thn Cullfornlans woro In
Australia, and the )oung
Informed the writer Ihut Heath
would, If ho continued Improving nt
Iho rato ho wus going ut, bo ono
ut tho best In tho world heforo many
yoars hud passed.
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mm mihi CAUSE
OF MUCH DISCU5SIC
Entry 'of Forrest Is Criticized by
Many Growlers Professional
May Not Last Distance.
Thero Is a lot of talk going on
about tho Bkatlng Marathon race
that Is to coma oft at the Princess
Itlnk on Uuturda), April S3, nnd a
good deal of bitter feeling Is being
shown over the proposition. Ono
bunch of sports allega that another
clique attempted to bar IVrrest from
taking part In tho event, and the
other crowd sweur that nothing of
tho tort occurred, and that the first
bunch are simply kickers from away
TheMact of the matter Is that
Korrest entered for,, the race, nnl
as his entry wus accepted, he must
be allowed to competo. The fart
flint tin la fnp trr trrtfA fnr Dtvir nf
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Hawaiian Opera House jj
The McRae Stock Co.
The Three Of
AND WEDNESDAY NI01IT
Open Every Afternoon and Evening
(20 Miles 385 Yards)
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23
For the McCandleu Trophy and a
Handsome Gold Medal
TICKETS HOW ON SALE
"Get the Habit"
LEARN TO HOLLER SKATE
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
Vaudeville changes, Monday and
Motion-Picture changes, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday.
MAiltfEE every Saturday.
Fort Street Below Bertlania
THE MELN0TTE BISTERS
5a., 10c, 15o.
Tho Indian Muscle Saucer
. HARRY WEIL
Premier Pianist of the Far East
From tho Orphcum. San Francisco
, filll-l D..U.I-IH IB llf UQ UtpiUICU,
inn mat rnn not be helped now, Tlio
nico would have bomi far ,inoro lu
ten sting If an acknowledged profes
sional vviim not conipcllng, hut under
tho circumstances tliero Is no remedy
except la call the race off, und that
would bo u shame, ns a lot otjvvorl;
has lieeu done. In tlio mitter and,
many prizes have boon donated.
Thn rniq Itself promises to bo nil
exciting ono ng far as second placo
' rvmu bMu oi'u.io in iirv
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iiiiu limit h.id uiu DUIU (U UV ILU1UU
I'orrest, nltliough sure to outpace
ever) bod) for the tlrst ten or fifteen
in 1 1 oh, nmy not lust ttin full dlslnmc,
and It may be that f-onio of tho
sturdy slower men on the rollers
will finally hiud Un mainland mall
nnd win through sheer wind nnd
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Franco may bo selected as the.
placo for holding the International A
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uiiuMiiu timirai ior lino, i no ineci
Is scheduled to start on Octobor 2V,
und although Iho data b set, the
place has not been decided on. The
Wright brothers nio tho factors to
decide the place of tho meet, aud
their attitude to tho foreign avln
toru, who ure at.klng that there bo
n u legal Interfereuco with their
nights, wi rottle tli: matter of lo
cation of the trials.
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Tomorrow cyculng at the V M.
C. A.. J. W. White will ploy simul
tuncously these guinea against halt -a
dozen opponents, and un)onn who '
wishes to take part In- the. tourna
ment Is Invited to attend Rt the Y.
M. C. A. at 7 30 o cloUc,
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on Hawaii Yacht night.
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