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EVEN! NO BirM.ETIN. HONOMIU; T. H.t SATrRDAY, JUNE 15, 1907.
YOU CAN SHOOT
ON JULY FIRST
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Reports indicate that you'll have plenty to shoot at, too. A
very successful hunting season is anticipated, in which many will
Consequently we've got a big stock right ready for all comers.
This stock consists of hunting coats, vests, etc., guns, ammuni
Just on hand: stock of L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS and 150,000
FRESH CARTRIDGES .
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd,,
FORT AND KING STS.
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fWmX e am or it You ask
X? y 'HjioK for it. We guarantee to
Grown on the far
Heights of Cevlon
Nirvana is picked
and packed under
direct British sup
for this market.
Every package of Nirvana Tea
is packed in lead, which preserves
its freshness, flavor and fragrance
From Tea Garden to Tea Pot.
And every pound or half-pound of
Nirvana Tea is enclosed in a card
board case, which bears the regis
tered trade mark and name of the
Nirvana Tea Company. ,
Ask Vour Dealer For
Teeo. H, Davies & Co.,
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iimimi inn iimi in MljunnmUll '
THE CONSUMERS' CHOICE
After a trial, is always for Palm Bakery bread.
Why not serve the best by buying your bread, cakes and pies
here? We deliver to all parts of the city.
U6 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 311
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX SUIT OF CLOTHES from Sil-'
va'g Toggery for the Best 10-Score Average in "10-Fins" from
June 1 to July 15th.
$5.00 for Highest "10-Pin" Score in June.
$2.00 for Highest "Duck-Pin" Score in June.
$2.00 for Highest "5-Back" Score in June.
$5.00 for the Best 10 Scores Shot in June.
2 SHOTS 5c. G SHOTS 10c.
Hotel Baths. Hotel Street
BULLETIN'S SP0RriN(i aiNDAR
Efternoon. One of thewe oiilnlont) was
that on whether or not clubs shall
he allowed to sell liquor to their
members. The Attorney General, as
stated In the Dulletln Thursday,
holds that the new liquor law does
rot change the status of clubs In
this regard and that they may con
tinue to dispense liquor under the
I rovlslons of Act 25 of the Session
Laws of 1905.
Another question referred to Mr
Peters was as to whether or not the
Hoard has power to grant hotel and
liquor licenses and at the same time
refuse an application to exercise the
license after the usual closing hours,
on Sundays and on election days. The
Attorney General gives It as his
opinion that the Board has this
power, such an application being
Governed by the same rules as an or
dinary application for a license. The
Doard may refuse it, should It deem
Mich action advisable.
The Attorney General holds, also,
that the ISoard must exercise sound
legal discretion in the granting or
refusing of licenses and must not act
arbitrarily or according to caprice or
p. m. Tennis at Taclflc Ten
p. m. Cricket at 'Makiki
p. m. Haseball; Kama. vs. D.
. H. A. C.
m. Baseball; Tuns. vs.
2 p. m. Haseball at Aala Park.
2 p. m. Haseball at Makiki;
Stars vs. Advertisers: Bul-
letin vs. Referee.
2 p. m. Haseball at KaplolanI
Park; Liquor League.
The first game will be between the
Kaala Athletic Club and the Japan
ese Athletic Club, in their first meet!
the Japanese won out by the score of i
o to 1, but since then the Kaalas
have improved a great deal and have
hwept everything before them. They
are out to win tomorrow.
In the second gome the Chinese
Aloha Club will cross bats with the
Chinese Athletic Club. The former
lost to the latter in their first meet
by the score of 10 to 0, but the Chi
nese Alohas have been playing good
ball lately and it Is expected that
they will take the Chinese Athletics
into camp tomorrow.
BICYCLE MCE PMJIM
A mass meeting of all bicycle rac
ers who will take part In the Fourth
of July celebration was held at Mr
Geo. Lowe's place lasc night. A bl
cycle club was organized, and John
K. Silva, the champion bicycle racer
of the Hawaiian Islands, was elected
temporary president, G. M. Addison
vice president and Geo. Lowe secre
tary and treasurer. The club's name
ifc the Honolulu Reliance Ricycle
Club. A committee consisting of Geo.
i,owo, Harry Gilman and G. M. Ad
dison was selected to meet the Jap
ancse bicycle club or any other club
that Is willing to make entries for
the Fourth of July, and to report at
the next meeting, to be held at the
same place Monday night, June 17,
at 7:30. ,
Anyone desiring to enter for the
Fourth of July race meet Is request
ed to see Geo. Lowe at the tax office,
or John F. Silva, at the postofflce.
The program arranged for the big
bicycle races at KaplolanI Park on
the Fourth of July at 1:30 p. m., is
John F. Silva will begin training
the boys from today at 5 p. m. from
his homo at King and McCuily.
No. 1 Aamateur:
1-2 mile, for boys under 15 years;
scratch; 3 entries or no race.
1-2 mile, free for all, amateur;
1 mile, j free for all, amateur;
Class 2 Amateur:
1-2 mile free for ail; championship
1 mile free for all;, championship
Class 3 Amateur:
1 mile free for all; handicap; 3
entries or no race.
2 mile free for all; handicap; 3 en
tries or no race.
Class 4 Amateur;
5-8 mile free for all; handicap; 3
entries or no race.
1 1-2 miles free for all; handicap;
entries or no race.
1 mile free for all; scratch; 3 en
tries or no race. '
5 mile relay race; scratch; entries
2 teams or no race.
Entrance fee, $1; entries close Ju
ly 2nd, 1907. Entries at poll, $2.
The expectation? of the trustees of
Oahu College were fully realized last
night in the large crowd that gath
ered to greet Mrs. Mills. Not only
was there a great number of old stu
dents present, but many from the
outside who had heard of the lady's
good and grand work in the line of
education and were eager to meet
Time had certainly not impaired
the memory of the lady who was be-1
lng honored by the occasion, for she
went about among those present call
!ng many of them by their old school
day names. .,
After music and song there was a
general line of speeches by some of
the prominent people of the city in
which old oollege days were revived
and thcro was no lack of apprecia
tion of the part that Mrs. Mills had
played In the past. Mrs. Mills re
sponded quite feelingly to the kind
words that were heard from all sides
ine uecorauons or tne hall were
of a most appropriate nature and so
arranged that they would call up
memories of the past to the guest of
WE ARE SHOWING THIS WEEK
Hosiery, Ladies' liose in Silk
Embroidery and Lace flose
Children's Hose in Black
Men's Fancy and Black
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Whitney & Marsh
Notice the Heat Yesterday?
How would you enjoy a warmer, closer, hotter, more stag
nating, enervating "tomorrow" ? It might use you up. Telephone
us and we'll supply you with an
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
KING ST. NEAR A1AKEA. PHONE MAIN 390.
(Special Bulletin Wireless)
HILO, Hawaii, Juno 15. The
tteaiiier Enterprise arrived from San
Francisco today. She brings two
hplendld horses for the Fourth of
The Kaahumanu Society held its
annual meeting yesterday, electing
the following officers: Miss K. L.
1'eabody, president; Mrs. E. Kekaa-
niau Pratt, vice president; Mrs.
Mary Adams, treasurer; Miss H. Ihi-
:ini Burgess, assistant treasurer;
Mrs. E. Lahilahi Webb, secretary;
Mrs. Jane Clark, assistant secretary:
Mrs. Ellen If. Dwight, auditor, and
Mrs. Emma A. Nawahl, Mrs. Kuai-
helani C. Parker, Mrs. I. Kahaleiau
koa Holloway, Mrs. Harriet K.
Dwight, Mrs. Alice O. Colburn, Mrs.
kmma K. Sherwood, Mrs. Maria K.
'Kahea, Mrs. Maria Hoapiii, Mrs.
uka Norton and Mrs. Lilia Aholo,
members of the executive committee.
The visiting committee, consisting of
'twenty-one members of the society,
will be presided over by Miss G. Wa
the society has now over 500 mem
bers and a balance of $1067. 83 In its
THE HACKFELD TRACT
PIECE IAND AND BUILDINGS
Off King Street
TW0-ST0RY HOUSE AND LOT
These are bargainsuch as you are
hunting for. They are what I claim,
TOR SIX MONTHS
The residence of
HON. W. L. STANLEY.
Very low rental to suitable tenant.
I Here s riandsome j
: . HOSIERY I
I I FOFi THE LADIES AT REMAPKABLE PRICES. f
ij From 5c up to 75c I
They are made from lisle thread in close and fancy openwork styles. 5 "iamimBimsavmxmr,irweseiaxiK-
1 1 You'll see the saving when you see the stockings, ' S
l. ahoy, Icecream Sotia
I NUUANU STREET. I T3lfi
11 is useless i' ox- us a
To Make a Talk.
THE ALEX ANDERYOUNG
cleans without destroying and repairs without charging.
We are the agents. Telephone us and we will call for and de
liver your clothing. Ask for a printed price liat.
Sereno E. Bishop, residence, School
street; Emmeluth & Co.
Territory of Hawaii, school, Kali
hi; E. K. Bath.
Aala Saloon, Beretania and River
Pang Lum ' Mow, tenement ami
stores, Pauahi and Maunakea streets.
Hawaiian Electric Co., addition to
S. Nishl, repair wooden building
in fire limits.
The (ipinioiiit hi Aituiiiuy linn-nil
f'l'll'U III) I III' itl'tttllti HlllllS Mil. Mill.
I d li Mill i 1 Li- i. ';n. I n I ni..r
l.ll t llhi. t'ilililili..:ili.t r Wi lt- i,ii ,n
lliu Hulling 11I I liu lu.i. )iilii,i)
bClXT.Y In Honolulu, June 1 2,
1907, to the wife of J. T. Scully,
RTEWAItT At Maternity Homo,
June 11, 1 !KI7. to the wll'o of J.i.t.
I'. Stewart, a sou
Honolulu Clothes CleaniragCo.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager. PHONE MAIN 147
DO IT FOR US!
One Trial Will Be Sufficient
To Make You one.
DARGAINS in ALL DEPARTMENTS.
Every article Reduced in Price
and marked in Plain Figures. Now is
your time to buy. Call eariy and get
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Cor. Fott and Khtjr Sis.
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Tel. Main 198. p. o. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord end Belser,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO STS.
Leading fiat and
PHONE MAIN 493.
K. FUJITA & CO.
re Mads To Order,
NUUANUST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved nd Modern hUOAR MA
CHINERY of eveiy canity and du
nriitiou made (0 ordrr. Boiler work
and RIVETED' J'lTES for irriptian
MUii)it u sii-(iul(y. Parti in 1, 1 1' ttt'
kjiiioH paid t. jon woniv, una if-
(utim etetutcd at bliorkat iMnu,