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' EVENING I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II. SATURDAY. JULY 9, 1910. . r " "
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The Simplest, Strongest, and Most
anoi Separator Arguments
WV ron -not bollovo Hint thoro Is n rpiisIIiIo mnn living who
wpiiM iml his own money Into the purclmso or any other than
a Di: MVAIi cream scpnrntor, for his own w. If ho would but
llMt 'avail of tho opportunity opon to overjono to SIOB nud THY
nn lpii,nvcil I)H l,AVAI ma hlno before buying any other.
It )' hardly possible to Hy more than this. It is hardly pos
sible to put the simple truth in plainer words. It would hardly
seem possible to say it more convincingly.
The TRIAL of a IJB LAVAL mnrlilno Is frco to ccry respon
sible man thinking of Jiuylng u cream separator.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.,
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 397 ELITE BUILDINO
J. A. GIUAN,
' Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall &. Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott 6c Co., San. Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.. ,
(URINNKLL AllTOMA'flL illNKUiH") ' ' '
Nevuaan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen '& Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
You'll find the beer served" in the
good old steins at the Pacific
Saloon, corner King and Nuuanu
Streets. s Dick Sullivan, prop.
PROBABLY you are one
who prefers the best
meats. We are here to
fill your order.
W. F. IIEILBROH, Proprietor
W. C. Peacock A Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINEB OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WK OIIARANTEF. 01IB O00D
The ll.ui.ill, which will ctlempt ti mIii (m- tniux.rnrlHr Vnrlil Iturc frnm Sun I'rdni In Ilmiiilulii.
nice starlrd (Ills nuirnliig mid I lie hopes of Honolulu arc (entered on the local rrnft.
HAWAII SHOULD DO VELL
IN TRANSPACIFIC EVENT
Trip Down Mny Re Made in Fifteen
Days or Less Wilder Confident
That Hawaii Will Sail Well.
' Onco again tho' transpuclllc yacht
rare Is under uny and UiIh morning
the boats that nro to compete In the
long distanco Hailing race got under
nay. Tho Hawaii is thought to Imie
a good chance In tlitu )cnrH nice, and
It would delight ovorybody If our rep
resentative wore to win the big event.
.Captain Wilder will do his best to
bring tho lluwull In first and bis crow
may bo depended on to do their level
best In every department. All tho
crew nro experienced and soma of
them will bo making their third trip
In the Hawaii. The bout hcraolf Is
much lighter than she was In the
Drat raco ulio took part In and her
ball area lias been much enlarged.
Tho Hawaii took 15 days 3 hours 23
minutes nnd 30 seconds to make tho
trip down Inst tlmo and It Is
thought by (Iioho in a position to
know that she will beat that tlmo eas
ily In tho present race.
Tho Hawaii and tho (iwentlolyn are
the only boats that worn in thu for
mer raci', and It will be interesting
to fee how the p.ilr. finish this jear ns
compared with last.
Tho Sweetheart's performance will
bo watched with Interest and the
nwl should salt well In Urn rate The
Winsome ,tho Ulwash and Mollllou
also nro looked to do well In the race,
and us they all reel he handicaps from
the Hawaii, they may have a chance
of winning out In J.I10 greatest yacht
ruco of tho jear.
a a a
The standing of tho Military Le.igno
ball teajus are as follows:
.' W U l'cl
Cavalry 12 8 I .C06
Marines It 1) .'. .012
llobpltal Corps . .10. 0 -I XM)
K. (1 .11 12 7 5 .583
Kurt Shatter ....II 4 10 .285
Fort ltugor 12 3 9 .25(1
This afternoon at tho Laguo
grounds tho l'ort Shatter mid Fort
linger ball teams will meet on tho
diamond, and the nines will light It
out to sco which Is going to bu last In
tho Military series. A second gamo
will bo played between tho Hospital
Co. iiml tho Chattanooga team and 11
should bo a groat struggle.
The Wacedas are getting used tu
tho "skin" diamond at tho Athletic
Park, nnd they should now be better
ablo to Held giotinders than they
wcro at first
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
iWasn't there. We thought he would beseveral
Prize fights are uncertain, but it's a safe bet that you
can get the best drink in town right here
"It's The Fashion"14
Hotel near Fort
"The Two Jacks"
a International Games.
t July 10. Wnseitn vs. P. A.
a Oahu League 8erlet
a July 10 .1. A. C. s. C. A. C.
a Oahu Juniors.
a July 10. Asahls vs. Mil Hocks.
a July 10 l'nlnma vs. C. A. C. Jr. a
a Plantation League. a
tt July 10 Walpahti vs. Wnlnnao. a
a July 10. In vs. Ale-i. a
a Military League. a
a July 10. Marines vs. Cavalry. a
tt July 0. N. (J. II. vs. Marines. a
tt July 0. Fort Shnrtcr vs. Fort tt
tt linger. a
tt Dosing. tt
a July 9 Aloha Park. a
a 'ooif. a
a July 17 Medal Play, Honolulu a
a (loir club. a
a July 31 Novelty Tournament. a
tt Cricket, M
Crowded Every rerformanco
Vvmt Mitmlirr n Tift Tf it.
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MUNUAI niUIll, JUAiI Hi
The Three Twins
New Soiicj Catchv Music t
New Costumes Frctty Show Oirl,
Order Your Scats Today
PRICES 25c, 50c. 75oj
Matinee, Saturday, 25c 1
WASEDAS VS. MARINES TODAY
T3 ILAY T. A. C. TOMORROW
rirst Onme This Afternoon Between
J. t A. Cs. and Oahu College
Alumni Marines Determined to
Them will bo plenty doing In tho
wa of sport (odav, this evening
and tomorrow, for bascbjll, boxing
ai'J other stunts ale to bo pulled
off. Tills afternoon at tho Athletic
I'nik thero -will io two games of
I1.1II, nnd tho second one, which will
hu' between tho Wasedniriind the Ma
rines, hlinuld b n peach of n strug
gle. Tint Marines are determined to
put It over tun Wnscdas, and tho
local team will havu the sympathy
af a big bunch of fans tills after
noon. The half wets should niuku tho
lapaueun extend themselves to the
' 1 in 1 1 today, and no matter how the
jamo goes, there should be a great
ernoon. there will doilbtletu be u
The Marine supporters have ar
nugi'd to have 11 big bunch of their
mulct lit thu game, and the rooting
tt July 9 -Match.
tt July K. O. Hall Cup.
a Sept Wall Cup.
a Jub 10 llecklcy Cup.
tt Transpacific Yacht Race. H
a July 9 Start from San Pedro, a
a Polo. a
a August Season Opens. M
a a a a a a a a a a a tt a a a a t;
should bo the best ever. Although
most people have to work tills aft
exhibition of baseball given by tho
gie.it ciuwd piesent when tho urn
pile culls "Piny ball!"
The llrsl-gamc -will bo between
tho J A. C. and tho O.ihu College
Aliitnl I. nnd It should lio a good 0110
If tho J A. Cs. luivo their proper
nine All tho promt day ktiidcntt
of tho ollegc wl.l doubtless bo on
blind to root for tho men who In
tho paH upheld the honor of Puuu
hou, and the pecne should be nn
animated one at tho Athletic Park
Then tomorrow afternoon the
usunl big crowd which nttcuds Sun
day games will be nboitt doubled,
as all the funs of tho Island will be
on build to watch tho Wnsedus go
up against II10 Portuguese Allilcllcri.
All Punchbowl will be present In
four, and tin- plantations will Mold
n big crowd of Portuguese, who will
. . .L.I 1 .. 1 .. tt.M.
root inr incir icuni in 11 intuim.-, ,1,..
will attoulcli alr-lho rest of tho
The Athletic Park will be occupied
on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday nnd
Sunday next week, and the Wnscdas
will go ui against teams from the
crulsors, Military league, Oahu
league nnd Jho team from tho O.ihu
The park can accommodate a great
crow of fans nowudnjs, and there
will bo need for plenty of room to
morrow, ns a record crowd Is cx
pe td to ntlend. Tho Wnscdas aro
Imp oMug every day, nhd the prac
tise they aro getting at the park Is
doing them a lot of good.
DATES OF IHIIIW
Arrangements have been made
whereby a picked team from nil of the
military forces of theso Islands la to
play n Berlos of threo games with tho
Wascda team. These games nro to bo
played at tho Athletic Park (near
Aala Park) on the. following dates:
First gamo on Thursday, July Itth
at 3:30 11. m.
Second gamo on Thursday, July
2 1 st at 3:30 p. in.
Third game on Thursday, July 2Gth
at 3:30 p. in.
To thoso who nro fond of baseball
this Is expected to be the rarest treat
of the season for there Is no doubt
but that the team that has been picked
by tho Military Athletic Association
to represent the service on tho above
dates, Is the strongest nlno in tho Tor
rltory. Those who Jiavo kept up will,
tho Wasedas know tholr class of play
ing and It Is thoroughly rocngnlzcd
that thern will he no walk-awuy on
a a a
The V M. C. A. bnskelball team will
(day tho Shatter team on July 20,' ami
It Is probable that n return gamo will
bo played on August 6.
Saturday, July 9 ,
JIM H0A0 of Honolulu vs. SOL?
DIEK McCOLLOUQH of Fort Shatter
WAHILANI vs. TIM TERRIEN
IKE YEDLIN of tf. S. S. cfcveland,
vs. DENNY CROWLEY nf U..S. 87
Chattanooga Six Rounds. "H
Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick
Bros.' Cisar Store, Hotel and FortJ
itaec Scats, $2; Reserved Seat,'
$1.50 nnd $1; General Admission!
COe. Time called 8:15 p. m. .
HonJuIu Athletic Park
SATURDAY, JULY 0:
J. A. C. vs. 0. C. ALUMNI
U. S. M. C. vs. WASEDA
SUNDAY. JULY .10:
C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
P. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission.. . .25c., 50c." and 75c
Fort Street Below BereUni
DESMOND SISTERS nnd SHERMA1
THOMPSON In Sour and Dane
J. V. GIBSON Dancing and Sinrjj
Admission... ,5c., 10c.. lffo',
PERRY DAVI3' PAINKILLER
A fHPllii! iiT Hfw.itritv ronipR liv hnv.
Ing this famous remedy on hand. It Is
a itepeminnio snteguard ngatnst colic,
dlnirliea, cramps, 2.1c, 35c nnd 50c
Women In Iceland havo voted, tho
best part of a halt century. Contse
fluently, the success of the expert
ment there Is a cold fuct. Baltimore
Comer Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets'
Orton k Leota
Ecccntrio Dancers nnd
MOTION PICTURE'S Hj
VEST-FOCXET MUSICAL COMEDY
Admission 15c, 10c, 5c. j
In Boston "Bay, I'm a stranger In
this town. Can you tell mo a good
plncu to stop '"ntt". ; 'Y'cs, sir. Stop
lust beforo tho 'at,'". Clovoland
Do You Dance?
If not, wh- noft The Royal Acad
emy of' Dancing- holds forth ever
Friday evening at the Odd Fritewy