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FANS DELIGHTED WITH TWO GAMES.
PLAYED IN LEAGUE YESTERDAY
Stars and Native Sons Winners
Ninth Inning Native Sons
P. A. C. 5-0.
There win Jny In fnndmn j-cstcrduy
iiftcrnonii at the Athletic Park, for thu
luo kuiuck il.iiil there were enough I
lor 1110 mull lirut'lll llin.
The llrst Kaine, between Hawaii """''sevonth Inning.
Jhimiiuho Athletic, i vaulted In a win j A c. Aknna out. Mnrkhnm to
for the former by ono score mndo ', jrcicr. Itomi out. I-ota to Dreler.
the ninth, the winners having two runs, Allan1 rt on ptclcr'H error. Drllo
10 ineir ereoii wnrn inu ku iuiioui.-u ,
to ono for the losers
i:iryone was outlsflml with the first
Kftiue. but It mum the second ono of the
il.iy. between 1'orlUKUCHu Athletics and
the Warn, which wan the real mime for
For elKht Ioiik Innlnss there was
nothing dolus, both Pedro and Hayes
pltehlnK Kreat ball and their teams
tuirUliiR them ii licjiutlfull).
When tho Stars cume to the lint for
the lait time the third man on tho list
was up I'ddlo t'ernandez and he went
to llrxt on an error Sumner followed
with it hit and then Pedro gave All
Tin a walk
lt.ises full and none out. with llnrncy
Joy at the bat and ltarne had struck
out before The first ono thnt Pedro
pitched he connected with, but It went
IiIkIi over the Rrandstnnd at the rear.
AkuIii Pedro sent one over and Barney
connected with It In Brent shape. Away
over the Infield It went out In the pas
ture, when It was fumbled, and Barney
purred nloni! to third while thoo on
bases ahead of him all crossed the
That was enough to set the fans wild,
but tho end vvhh not yet, and two more
men came In beforo the spasm wns
Then when tho Portiigueso enme to
bnt Pedro Rot as far as llrst. but that
was all thcro was to It, and the Stars
hud won 5-0.
Theie were n lot of rans presnt when
llnwnll and J A. ('. started things mov
ing In the llrst gnni or the nftcrnoon,
mid the game had many exciting fra
tuies Neither side scored In the llrst In
ning, but In tho second Hawaii man
aged to score, and then In the third
J. A ('. evened matters up. From
that tlmo on there was nothing doing
until Hawaii came to bat In tho last
hnlf of tho ninth and succeeded In get
ting ono man over to win tho game.
Time after time brilliant plays were
pulled off, and the outfield of Hawaii
deserves special credit for the way tho
time men there handled everything
tomlng that way
In the second Hill Desha gathered In
ii long fly from flrlto ami snapped It
back to the Infield so quickly thnt tho
two men who might havo scored were
tlnl to their bases.
Hawaii had the bases full once, with
none out, but tho clever work of tho
Japanese teum prevented a sioro ut that
The winning run was made by
Wlnim In tho ninth after two men were
out. liases wire full and two men out
when Hill Desha cume to thn bat anil,
by makUig a sacrifice hit, scored Wlnno
and won tho game.
FIRST CAME BY INNINGS.
J A ('. Zerbo struck out. Franco
out, Lota to Dreler. Wulker out, l.otu
Hawaii nice out. Franco to Akana.
W Dosliu out, Clillllagwortli to Aknna.
D. Ueshu llrst to walk; stole second
and put out on third on throw from
J. A. C Clillllngworth hit over sec
nnd Aknnit hit same place llrst ball
pitched. Ross lly out, Dill Desha.
Asnm lly out, Lotn. llrlto lly to Hill
Hawaii iiainauKii ivvi-jne nu m
i enter Heidi Markhnm sncrlllco Ha
innuku scored on wild pitch Dreler
walked. Wlnno inudo llrst on Dreler
put out second. Lota struck out.
Thiid Inning, i
J. A. l Esplnda wnjkeil. Zerbe
struck nut. Franco strifck out Hs-I
pinila went third on wild throw by.
Wlnno. Walker made hit. Hsplnda
camo liniuo. Clillllngworth hit slow
one to short nnd Walker put out ut
Hawaii Kualll 'to first on error liy
Hosh Rlcn advunced Kualll nnd made
llrst on bunt Hill Desha first on
fielder's choice. Kualll out between
third and homo David Deshn lly out
to Ross llumuuku out, ChillliiBWOrth
.1 A. C Alcana out, Wlnno to
Dreler Ross utt, D. Desha tu Dieler.
Asam struck out.
Hawaii Ma khiim out, Chilling
worlh to Akana Dieler hit to nut
IKId Wlnno hit In mjtllcM. l.nta
slruik out Kuulll lly nut tn Fruiicn.
J A l. llrlto mil, Irfiln to Dreltr
l!siliida foul My In Wlnno
Hawaii Hire mil, lly In Fr.imwi Hill
Heshu mil mi hunt third slrllfu Ii
IbwhH Hi ml. oiil,
J. A (J.-I'wiiwj Wy vv tu lllw.
and Both Games Won In
vs. J. A. C. 2-1; Stars vs.
Wnlkrr "truck out. Clillllngworth
Iliivvnn iiiitnnuKU KirucKDiu .vinrK-
hum out, OhllllnKwurth to
llrol.r lmrlf nut
.... ..... to rjeha
llnwnll Wlnno out, llrlto to Aknna.
l.otn struck out. Kunlll made hit by
third nlco out, Hobs to Aknna.
J. A. " Hiplnda out. Morklmm to
Dreler Zerbo out, Kunlll
Franco struck out
Hawaii 11111 Desha hit to right Held.
D.ive Deslm sacrifice. Hninnuku llrst
on fielder's choice Hill Deshn out nt
third .M.irkhnm struck out.
.1 A. C Walker struck out. Clill
llngworth out, Markham to Dreler,
Aknna lly nut to llamauku
llnwnll Dreler hit by second, forced
out Wlnno llrst on force out. Mn I
hit right Held,
hit by second
Kualll struck oat nice
Hill Desha sacrificed
and Wlnne scored.
The lineup nnd score by Innings of,
jesterday's games follow
J. A. C.
Zerbe. If 4 0
Franco, 2b 4 0
Wnlker. cf 4 0
Clillllngworth, ss..,4 0
Aknna, lh 4 0
llnss, 3li 3 0
Asnm, rf 3 0
llrlto. c 3 0
Hoopll. c 0 0
Iplnda, p 2 1
Totals 31 1
3 0 20 16 1
Alt R lilt 811 PO A D
Rice. If 4 0 10 10
W Deshn, ef 4 0 2 0 2 0
D Desha, rf 2 0 0 1 1 1
Hninnuku, 2I 4 110 2 0
Markham. 31 4 0 0 0 0 3
Dreler. II 3 0 2 0 10 0
Thomas, c 4 1 1 0 10 1
Lota, p 4 0 1 0 1 4
Kualll. s 4 0 10 0 2
Totals 33 2
D 1 27 11
J. A. C
nun o o l o o o o o oi
Ilase hits 0 2100000 03
Runs 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 12
Rase hits 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1-3
Two-base hit, Hamnuku; sacrlflco
hits. Rice. W Desha, D. Desha
on bases, J A. C 3, Hawaii 10; first
base on errors, J. A. C. 1. Hawnll 1:
struck out, by IMti 10, Esplnda 8;
buses on called bulls, oft Ixita 1, Es
plnda 2; wild pitches, Lota, Ksplnda.
Umpire, Clillllngworth: scorer, W. T.
Raposoj tlmo of game, 1 hour 31 min
utes Second Game.
That cluer little Chinese player Knn
Yen was tho first man up for tho Stars,
nnd tho sesmd ball Pedro pitched ho
linen out for three bags to left field,
and there v.-ns cheering galore lrnmthe
stand nnd bleachers.
It looked like sumcthlng doing right
away then, hut other men came up aiullitns
were put out, und then tho runner tried
to get homo from third and was put
out at the plnte, bo thnt no score, was
I Then there wero big ciphers put up
I on the scoreboard until tho last Inning,
but In the meantime there wcio somo
bun plnjH inudo by tho men on tho two
After the long lilt made by Kan
Yen, Pidro became more cautious und
didn't tako ninny chances. Ho atruck
nut Harney Joy tho llrst time ho camo
to bat, but In the third he, guva the
llrst two men up walks to first.
In tho fifth P. A. C. Ln.il a clmnio
to score, and then tho Stars had a
clmiicu In tho seventh, and P. A C
had a chniKe again In the eighth, with
two men on bases und
every case the work
lh Held wns too clever nnd tho bat
ters wero retired without n. 'score
SECOND GAME BY INNINGS.'
Slurs Kan Yen tlireo-huso lilt tq
left Held Ah Toon stunk out For
iiuniles llrst nu fielder's iholce, Kali
Yen out home. Sumner walked. 'All
Tin lly out to Ornellus.
P A C Olmos lly out to Ah Tin,
II Freltns nut, Ah Toon to I'eriiiiudez,
lIUHhnell nut, Ah Tin to Fernundili.
Slurs Jny struck out Slug Ilium
(nit, Pedro to Joieph, lluifs out nu
foul to I'i'dro
I' A '' -l'rdro nut, llnyiHt to I'er-
mi nili' (iniHIiis tuu-hiise lilt uvir
Ills! Huinm huii'IIIco, Ah Tmm l Iit -
iuhmIi'S Hihiii'h snuili nut
HiRia I'hllllnRwurlli walked,
Yn wIL(l , 'I'koii tiriiiK
rnninl nrt un forcu.imi,
Yen out ut second. ,ChllllnKWorth out'
homo, Ilushnetl to Soarcs. '
I A C M Freltus out to Hlng
Hung. Joseph struck out. Olmos out,
HayoH to Fernandez.
Stars Sumner out, fly to Olmos. All
Tin out, Hushnell to Joseph Joy out,
Pedro to Joseph.
p A. C II. Freltns struck out.
Bushnell out, Ilnyes to Fernandez. To
dro out, Kan Yen to Fernandez.
Stnrs Sing Hung out, M. Frcllos to
Joseph. Hayci struck out. Chilling
worth struck out
P. A. C Ornellas out, Ilnyes to
Fernandez. Soun first on error Fer
nandez. Soarcs struck out M. Freltns.
struck out Ornellas left on third.
Stars Kan Yen struck out. All
Toon struck nut. Fernandez lilt by
third, out stealing second.
P A. C Jocph struck out. Olmos
out. Kan Yen to Fernandez. II., Frcltas
Stars Sumnod to second on error
by Pedro, Ah Tin lilt. Suinncr out
noiuob io mouso,
Joy struck out. Sing
Hung lilt to right field and Ah Tin out
P. A C Iluhnell out foul to Joy,
Pedro out, Ilnyes to Fernandez. Or-
ncllas out, Hayes to Fernandez, on first
Stars Hayes ny out to II. Freltns.
Clillllngworth fly out to-Hushncll. Kan
Yen hit over second. Ah Toon struck
P. A. C Rousn hit by third Soarcs
lly to center field. M. Freltns out, Joy
to Fernandez. Deponto (In Josephs
plnce) to first on bunt.
Ilnyes to Joy, Olmos
out to For
V Stars Fernandez to first on error
0 by Deponte. Sumner hit by first, nd
0 vnnctng Fernandez. Ah Tin walked.
0 Joy hit to center and error by It.
0 Freltns made three runs. Sing Hung
0 , lly out to Olomos. Hayes out by Pe-
1 dro. Chllllngworth llrst on crtf by
0 Deponte anil maun second. Joy scorou
0 , Knit Yen hit over third and Chilling-
0 worth scored from second. Kan Yen
out, Pedro to Sousa.
P A. C II Freltas struck out.
Ruslnell fly out to Slug Hung. Pedro
hit to center field. Ornellas out. Ah
Tool! to Fernandez.
Knn Yen. ss 4 0"3 1 0 G 0
All Toon. 2b 4 0 0 0 0 3 0
Fernandez, lb 4
Sumner. If 3
lAh Tin, 3b 3
Ijjoy. c 4
n Sing Hung, cf ...,4
Clillllngworth, rf ..3
Totals 33 5 8 1 27 1!) 1
P. A. C.
Olmos, If 4 0 0 0 "J
Frcltas. cf 4 0 0 0 1
Ruslmell, 2b 4 0 0 .0 3
Pedro, p 4 0 1 0 2
. Ornelluij, rf 4 0 1 0 1
Sousa, 31 u 0 1 2 2
Soarcs, c 3 0 1 0 12
M. II. Frcltas, ms..2 0 0 0 0
Joseph, lb 2 0 0 0 4.
Deponte. lb 1 0 0 1 0
0 4 3 27-12
Sioro by Innings:
Runs A0 0 0 0 0 0 o o r 5
Ruse hits 10000121 38
1". A. C.
Runs ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Rase hits ,.0 10 0 0 0 0 2 14
Threo-boso hit, Kan Yen; two-base
hit, Ornellus; sacrifice hit, M R. Fro-
left on bases. Stars 4, P. A. C 4;
nrst base on errors. Stars 3. P. A. C. 1;
struck out, by Pedro 9, Hayes 8: bases
uncalled balls, off Pedro 4, Hayes 0,
Umpires, Chllllngworth und Hamilton;
time of game, 1 hour 25 minutes,
HEALANI CLUB IS
Thcro was something doing every
moment nt the llenlanl smoker Satur
day evening, und from tho tlmo tho
rnembcrs nnd visitors arrived cprly In
the evening until tho party broke up
tltcru was not u dull moment.
Tho "lleulanls nro well known as
proper hosts, and tho way they took
me iiBiuii, wiiu.caro (f t(l0r Bllcsta gn Suturday even
jionoout but n!,I1B ,', not,,n( )m! ,,,,,
of tho team m, ,n ,lw nri)t t of l)e ovenlnfceariH
playing wjih enjoyed for some lime nnd
then later ttio clubiiuuso vvus ciCBri-u;"1'
fur athletic stunts
Music, vyrciftllns songs und tocltn
thins worn hajided out In yw boys,
(iti.1 they enjoved everything, 'especial
ly tho Wrestling and feuts of 'strength.
FAND0M AT RANDQM
It inluht be n good (den for the Atli -
Idle Paik uuinuueiuent In hnulliin Ilia
nin. box lu thn gruiulslaiul I 'nuri
men can vorlt comfortably now, hut tisl
I Mm buy Is huihmim Id have rnnin fnr
Jnpunesit nnd writers for other pillars
Inmlilw Ilia HiihIIsIi iiiu-h, ninre illmw.
;siii. Is iurisui'y
I All Urn nlli'hira illil uuml mull yes.
IhiIh)', hihI iillfr lluyt hu itnunil up
III liiiiiwr sliuliu liu svllt Milt WHIP hut
Teams Playing Well and
School Near End of Year.
The Kntns will meet tho Onliu Col-
lego baseball team nt Alexander Field
this afternoon, commencing nt ,1rS0
o'clock. This will be thu Inst gnluo
of tho "dual series, Tho Kam team has
nlrendy won three straight games. D.
Kalal will bo In tho box for tho school
team, with Snm Hussey ut tho rccotv
Ing end. Tho college team will have,
Inmnn'ln tho Imx again. E. Nnoh will
probably bo In tho gnmo ngaln today,
nlsii ftponcor, who was put on tho
bench In -tiio Interscholastlc champion
Tomorow afternoon on tho Kamclia
meha field the Highs nnd Kams meet
In tho last gnmo of tho Interscholastlc
scries, of which the St. Ixiuls tenm
vvort. the championship.
C. Ilosea will
I tiltt, ft ftin hrmiM tnttm
Tho second tenm scries will bo con
tinued on Wcdnesdny, when tho Saints
nnd Kama cross bats on tho Kam
grounds. Tho Kam team was bndly
ben ten last Friday, to tho tunc of 18
to 2, by the Punnhous, Standing of
tho second team scries:
Kamehamcha 3 2
St. Louts 2 1
Punahou '. 3 1
Tho Knmehnmehn grammar school
team' will play Its last game In the
grammar school series this afternoon
at Aula l'nrk, the oposlng team being
St. Louis. If the Kams win they will
piny tho Punnhous for the champion
ship Captain Mnknnnnl will not be
In tho game oday on account of a soro
A farewell recrptfon and dance were
given to the graduating clnsses of 1911
by tho Junior grades of tho girls' nnd
boys' departments Saturday evening.
Dancing was continued up till 10:30,
The evening wan enjoyed by nil. Music
wni furnlihed by tho Instrumental club
of tho manual school.
The class dny exercises of 1S11 wero
held nt the girls' school lawn Saturday
aftrrnoon at 3:30 o'clock. A largo
gatl'erlng of students and friends was
present. Thero are ten members of
the manual department and twelve
from tho girls' school In the graduat
ing ilass this year.
The Installation of cadet officers will
probably tako plnce on May 28 this
year The students nre taking great
lntret In tho outcomo of tho cadet
ninjorshlps. This will he the last ap
pearance of -Captain W. II. Winters at
tho Installation or officers. A big
'crlivd will bo on hand that evening.
The Press Club Is busy working on
a commencement number of the school
publication, Handicraft. This number
jwlll contain articles written by prof
Collins, President Hornoj history of
the. senior class, by W. Kekuowa: uth
letlcs In general, by Harold Godfrey:
military discipline, by Cadet Major R.
Mnhlkon: and a few other nrtlclcs.
Thcro will also he pictures of the
track, girls' basketball team, soccer
team, senior classes, cadet battalion
nnd some or tho shops. Orders can bet
V GOOD SHAPE
sent to Harold Godfrey, Kamcluimoha!Dasq hits 1
Schools: Tho copies will sell at 23c
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FAMD0M AT RANDOM
A dinner vvus given Friday evening
by the facility qj.fet. Louis College, In
honor of tho baseball team which won
the W. W. Dlinond Cup lor the cliuni
Idnnshlp of tho Interscholnstlc league,
If there la us much dust next Sun
day ks, picro vyas yesterday ut Ath
letic Parle, then,, Scoter Uaposo und
thn scribes .will ;ieed. automobile gog
gles with which to watch tho games.
, Homo of, tho ,,i,en p,lii;lng (mil n tho
O.iliu Le.iguo, ueeil longer bats. Acn,i;a
und Murkliiun, hdjli IjA'clc nvviiy frpin
the ball with tho right foot Instead of
stepping Into It with tho left.
T'" w'" n bljr,crowd at Anla Park
,1"'x","-,"''',1 , .. u .1 i
thing doing in tho lml lino theru lu
both i lie piuming aim .biutiuiou.
, Kan jYcii did great work nt short
yesterday, 'besides his. ijtlck wink while
ut tho bat, Jle Is tmb ut the fustcst
nfSn.ln 'tho league "',"
The pulo piiiiIim of Oahil ln) ns urn
'iiut lit Muaualua urnumlt this week
nnd thn leuulur tirucllsu Is on fur thn
"Houp ix" I .i I r"U ns much liievl-
driieu ut th Riiiurs yesterday, uiul his
lull, could ho lirnril must of thn llnio
Miilllhiiin liiiiiilh'd ii hut una from
Akuim In Uu; Huviiilli uiul I'uiiHht liliiiitiiliuia will lu calhul fur
ai iiii wliliMht hall
Hi'klr HIIIM II Vr fHr,lml llivy lmvi iiiuiuiMiiii()al,
AIEA NOW HEADS
Defeated Ewa Yesterday In
Eleven Inning Contest By
Score of 6-3.
Out at Ewa yesterday Evvu and Aleu
crossed but In the sugar leugue "no
rlcs, with tho result that the visitors
trimmed tho homo teum to tho tuno
Thin lu thn seventh Week of thaSUIT-
ar league games, and tho Interest of
tho plantation funs Is getting deeper
each wcck ns 1110 icams cumu uu mu
diamond to play.
The season is nearly half over now.
nnd tho work of tho tcums Is being
wutched closely, nnd nlthough each ag
gregation has. Its vyurm supporters,
there Is no dcllnlto Idea, as to which
nine Is comlnij out on tup ut tho end
of tho seuson.
It took eleven Innings tp dccldo tho
rnntPHt between Alea and Ewa VCster
day. tho homo outllt getting three ruljH
111 tha llrst Inning nnd hot being able
tn Hrnrn ntriiln durlnir the entlro game.
Alcn inndo, two. In, thp fou'rtii nnd
then in tho s.'ecnth. tied the score,
It remained 3-3 from tho seventh to
the eleventh, when thcro was soinc
what of a balloon nsciNlon. ali'd the
visitors came out with three more men
over the plate beforo things had settled
With tho victory, yesterday iiio Alca
team stands at the head of the. sugar
. I... i ',. o'.t
leumn, wiiu u iei vcuiu&i ul ,omi
Score by Innings:
Runs 0 002001000 3 0
Rase hits ....00000000002:
Runs ., 3 000000 0 00 03
nase hits .....1 0 1.0 1 q 0 0 0 0 1 C
Summary Three base hit, J. Idling
sacrlllco hits. Kcalciha. Trovers; sacri
fice lly, Ilento; left on bases, Alen 6,
Ewa S: llrst baso on errors, Alcn
Ewo 4: double pluys, Ayau unassisted
to F. Yan. llbb unassisted to F. Ynn
struck nut, by Keulohn 3. Mncuulay G;
bases, on called balls, off Kealoha 1,
MucBUlay 0; wild throws, Peter, Ayau
Jleyer; passed bolls, Fcrnandqz 2,
Farm 0: bnlk. Mocnulay, Umpire,
Win. Akl; scorer, A. Dos Snntos; tlmo
of gnmo, 1 hour 50 minutes.
ASAHI JUNIORS. WIN
FROM BANKARAS, 9-3
Thcro wns some ball nt Aula Park
yesterday which was as good ns uny
fan could ask for,
Ono of tho best games of the day
was between two Jnpuncso tcums, tho
Asnhl Juniors nnd Ranknrns, which re
sulted In a win fr the former team by
a score of 0-3.
T,luj Asahl JunlnrH nre tho young
sters who hopo to make tho real Asahl
team when they havo inoro experience,
and they put up somo good ball yes
There wero a largo number of fans
present, thn Jnputicsu being In tho ma
jority, but other nationalities being
there, In numbers,
Score by Innings:
0 1 0 0 1 2, 9
0 1 0 0 1 1 1 "-7
0 0 2 0 0 0 03
0 0 2 0 0 2 00
Rase hits .,
Runs .,.., 1
Summnry Two-base hits, Sucnka,
Yoslilkawn, T Nakamurn; HacrlHco hit,
Yannglhnrn: first base on errors, Ran
kara 4, AhiiIiI Juniors 1; hit by pitched
lwll. vyeno; struck out, by KoJIma 10,
Knsjilwnda 4: bases on bnlsl, off Ko
Jtmn 2. Knshlwnda C: paused balls.
Ilnada 1. Speakn 3 ITmplre. bzakl;
time of game, 1 hour 37 minutes.
WoMen;s branch to
be active workers
Mrs II, F.p Dillingham, president or
tha local branch of tho Women's Na
tional Hlvors and Harborn CongroBR,
yestordny announced tho onkers of
tjjo local branch for tlio coming two
years, ns. (oIIowh:
Mrs. L. Tcnnoy Peck, chulrmiin of
Imbliclty; Mm. W. W. Hall, clmlrman
of education; Mrs, O. P, Wlldnr, upo
rftury; .'Mrs. W W. (fqodato, treasur
er. Tliero Is talk of calling a public
meeting to discuss lioalth questions
und conditions In Honolulu.
-, AFTEJUO'A WOOD
Nwr fioni Hawaii Is tn thn effect
that tho I'iihua lumber mill will hoqii
III! mi oi dor for Ihlrly-two big kou
logs for mi Indhinapolis, Inil., furiil
t m n fiiclory, und with this thom limy
bo iii'cncil up it now line of Industry
fur thu IsluiuU
It In llin llrst urdor ut Ihn kind re
rait tul hy llin (oiiiiuuy und llin wood
will he usi'il fur Hi llnast kind nt
wnili If Hie llrst iniiHlKiiiiii'iil wiul.H
inn sulliTiii'tinlly, it s Pkii'('lei Uiul
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Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins.' do.
FORT STREET, HEAB XZK0EAHT
If It's Paint
ABO YOU WANT A Q00D JOB, SEE KI TOM IEAEF
. , AM IEZN ETEB7WEXRS
PHONE 1697 847 KAAHUMANU
Are the people to
Handle your baggage
King Street next the Young Bldg
A Model Dairy
Whals.omely-fed sound cows, sanitsry surrounding, staril
It.d uttnslls, and tha most approved methods of handling milk
and cream, aisura tha abtoluta purity of tha products of
The Pond Dairy
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADINQ SALOONS
Men who art particular about ths appearance of their
PONGEE and FLANNEL SUITS
ehould have them cleaned at tha
FftENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE, Prop, 7ir KINU UrrtLLT
Telephone 1491 No (tranches
Do you realize, that tho mrkJ
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the middle nHa's profit.
- HONOLULU, T. H.
& CO., Ltd.,
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