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The True Hawaiian Musical
Easy to learn nnd especially
adapted to Hawaiian music.
Krlondrf-on the mainland
will appreciate a gift of an
Plain and, Inlaid Koa
Alex. Younp; Building
Hawaiian News Co.,
Built by the locomobile Co. of America, Bridgeport, Conn.
A -Motor Car Developed Through
Eleven Years Specializing In
"Home was not built in a day,"
Years of thought and labor were required for its building.
It still stands an imposing object lesson the product of
care, of painstaking building.
It required ELEVEN YEABS to produce the 1010 Locomo
bile eleven years 6f actual manufacturing and developing
in the Locomobile plant,
These years of labor were fruitful.
The 1010 Locomobile combines all the, refinement and per
fection that can result only from long years of specializing
in automobile construction.
Two types "30'' Shaft-Drive, "40" Chain-Drivc.
Limousines, Landaulets, Touring Cars, Boadstcrs.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Eaoh article is carefully handled
through every stage of our work
FRENCH LAUNDRY -
J. AQADIE, Prop.
777 King Street.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUOR'S
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MONT ROUGE WINES
TEE WINES 03 CONNOISSEURS
We deliYer to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OnB GOODS
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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equipment mtxinilj lo ciplun it luc wih.
wit bjcumnx ih rak o( ovtt ijrttemituin. O
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OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY
931 Fort Street
SELF-FILLING FOUNTAIN PEN
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.. LTD.
Hotel Street, Near Union.
Fourth of July
Sky Rockets, Roman Candles,
Fireworks in Cases
Fireworks of All Kinds
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD,
Books! Books! Books!
4 Go to
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg. ,
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Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Oculists' Frescrintions Filled
HARRISON HLOCK, KORT STREET
Honolulu, Tv H. . ,
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE FOND DAIRY.
All Plumbing Work
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
182 Merchant Street, Near Alakea
Tor Sal a" cards at Hulletln...
, ' ForJuly
Beautifully Trimmed Hats, - $5.00
I ,' ' ., ' This is a special price for this sale '",
$mart Sailors at - $1.50 to $2.50
1 A great reduction in price
A Limited Number of Veils at - $2.00
-, Tlese are a, particular bargain
Dunn's Hat Shot)
Fort Street just
TUG HELEN ON
Trim Vessel Goes In
With the return of Walter Dllllng-
nam, In charge of dredging operations
at Pearl Harbor, went Into commis
sion tho trim hut powerful littlo tug
Helen, this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Dillingham returned
from tho mainland by the Pacific Mall
steamer Siberia, Tho Dllllnghnms
wcro met at tho quarantine, by friends
who make up a party to enjoy an In
Itlal trip on tho new tug, which Is
now prepared to take up work of low
ing between Honolulu nnd Pearl Itnr
The new craft Is pronounced by
local mariners as capablo of doing
jood work under tho most trying con
dltlons of weather. Tho Helen Is a
vessol 61 feet In length, a beam of 12
feet 6 Inches and a depth of 6 feet
The tug Is propelled by a Raxollno
engine rated at one hundrud horso
power. The essol was built at tho
Oahu Railroad shops and tho details
of Its construction waj oor under tho
watchful eye of Master Mechanic John
The Helen was lannchei the latter
part of tho week and was sent on her
trial run yestordayj Tho iur v. as put
through a series of i.mnouvcrH, llio
result of which proved highly satis'
factory to her builders and nl.io Cnp
tnln Anderson, who lias been unpoint
ed as her skipper.
Tho Helen will ho iwcil In the
dredging operations nu.v belnj ion
ducted by tho Djlllnghami at Pojrl
Harbor. Tho engine which caiiem
her to skim along at a lively rate Is
what Is known as tho "San rrnnclsco
Standard" type. Her, hold Is built of
tho best gtado of northwmt lumber.
The vessel does not com cirulur
registry as she measures less than fif
teen tons gross. '
In caso of fire, tho 1115 In prepared
to rendor asslstanco nffoidel by Bond-
In gttto streams of water of two und
one-halt Inches In, diameter. She lb
provided with popeifut puuipi.
Yesterday Byi Score
Of 6 To 2 '
It was a Japanese crowd that fill
od tho benches and grandstand at the
Athletic Park yestorday aftornoon to
witness tho first gamo In the series
botwecn tho team representing Wa
scda University and Honolulu nines.
1110 All oahu toam bolng tho r onion
onts. which rosullod In defeat of tho
visitors to tho tuno of six to two.
From tho first tho gamo was snap
py anil 11 was ball which w.asxplayed
all tho time. Tho Japanoso high
school had a largQi contingent, of root
ers on tho bleachers end they were
busy with cheers from, tho stnrt.
Tito weather was murky "and tho
rioquent and heavy showers mado a
wet field but did not dampen tho ar
dor of tho players or rooters.
Ono Incident which was unfortunate
was tho exclusion of Dross retiresen
lathes from any placo whero they
might write an account of tho gamo,
ono reporter being tbld to get out of
the grandstand by tho manager. Tho
only placo left was In front on tho
ground and (ho pla)crs of tho All
Oahu team made room on their bench
for two neribes, standing up them
selves to give this space. ,
Tho visitors scored In tlio second
and fourth Innings only, and tho homo
team mado two tallies In tho first, ono
In the seventh and throo In tho
The summary a'ndVkcdre'Vy hilling's
Wasedn ....0 10100900 2
D. H....0 0 I 3,1 1 0 0 0- C
All Oahu II.... 2 0000130 6
I). H..,2 0 1 1 3 1 2 11
Summary Thrco-baBo hits. Franco.
AkanaKealoha) two base hit, Akana
sacrince nits, lomtn, laisuua, uourcs;
left on bases, Waseda ft' All. Oahu 10;
first baso cm errors, Wnseda 1, All
Oahu 1: hit by pitcher, KukahOrl;
struck nut, by Koaloha 9, by Matsuda
3; bases on called balls, off Kealoha
3, off Matsuda D; wild pitches, Mat
suda 2. Umpires, Joy and Chilling-
worth. Scorer, Raposo. Tlmo of
gamo, 1 hr. 45 mln.
OVHIt FOUR HUNDRED saclts of
mnlnland mall were received by the
lorn I postal authorities this morning.
Tim mall nrrhcil from flan Francisco
by tho I'aclllc Mall strainer Siberia.
A fllo of seven days' later' Coast mall
Points to Consider In
x 'u - .!
i'OU want your dollar to count.
1 You want the most clothes value
for your money that its possible to get,
so come to our store for your clothing.
We make special mention of bur $20
suits because so many men like to pay
about this price. We have produced a
suit at, a moderate price that is a marvel
of modern tailoring the most perfect .
suit ever bought at a popular price
Js, Now at
CURIOS win be tHere after the
"For Sjato" cards at Dutletlt
DULUETIN ADS Py-TB.
Cream Pure Rye J
10VEJOY AND' CO.
-"For Rsnt" cards on M
the Qullttln offlct.
It is time the errbtie-
dlis view that beer has no nutritive val lie
in itself, and merely consists of a beverage
upon which a certain portion of the com
munity intoxicates itself, should be ex
posed, and discredited. Trie results dt
bue Commission show that beer is par
excellence the nutritive alcoholic bever
age. All beverages because they contain
alcohol should not be regarded in the
same light. The spirit-hipper is commits
ting quite a different act from the beet
drinker. When a man drinks good beer
he drinks and eats at the same time, just
as when he eats a bowl of so,up. . .
Our Commissioners point out that a mar!
might more, properly be- said to eat .beer
than fl,tfp10 eat certain kinds , of soup, or
indeed1 'watermelon. Tne Hospital
arrived by this vessel,