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BVUNISft BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAY. JULY 20. 1008.
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"Alabastine" a Fire Proof Cement
ALABASTINE is not only the b 3t inside coating in the world for
churches, opera houses, club houses, office buildings, and dwellings, but
used everywhere for factories, cotton mills, army posts, plantation
luildinRo, hospitals, iwylnnu. etc., lirgely on nccount of hs fire-proof
properties. ALABASTINE is pericofy fire-proof in its nature, is a ce
ment that can be mixed thick and us 1 in filling cracks, and sets very
hard over night. Is cheaper than and superior to paint.
Wall Paper vs. Alabastine
Think of having bedroom'. cov;red with layers of moulding flour
paste to feed vermin, with paper to li dc them and to absorb the moisture
of respiration, and an animal glue culture ground on its face for disease
germs; also of repeating this papering without removing the old, and a
number of times, at that, as many do. Then think of a room coated with
pure, permanent ALABASTINE, whuh h rctinted with but little trouble
or expense, and is purifying and sweet-smelling. ALABASTINE cements
cracks, shutting out vermin.
ALABASTINE in White and a large assortment of Tints to be had in
5lb. packages at
E. 0. HULL & SON LTD-
Thrush, and Foul Feet.
Black Douglas Oil Sprains, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
M don Lameness. This oil docs not
blister, and can be usrd while the
horse is in daily work.
Leading Druggists Keep Them.
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All the latest
LAYAU SHOE COMPANY
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To Plantation Stores
Honolulu Jam Factory
Owing to larger f cctory facilities, can offer every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FRESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, POIIA AND QUAVA
JELLY HOW ON HAND.
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L LAN Ml
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Aiitos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
in an automobile is just the thing.
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Sores' of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure of Hanker,
and all Cheap!!
Has Hoved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEI
They Have Arrived
Come and sec both the touring car
and the roadster.
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
Kiilletiii Business Office Shone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Koom Phone 185,
ALL HAWJUIS PLAY
Classy Ball Event At
The Park Tomorrow
Tomorrow nfternoon nt DnEchnll
1'o.rK. n cl:islc ciciit In to bo liclit.
Tl'o All-IIinvnlls nro to play u plckcil
tc.ili ot tlio I'lcct, the Biimc to bcRlu
nt L' o'clock. Tlio local team Is pick
ed from nil tlio tennis of tlio Hono
lulu ltiiKclmll League, mill looks llko
n stiot.K iiRRicgntlon. The ittlnilsslon
Is to lio 25 cunts nnd RO rents, lint
nil riiIIgih nnd olllccrs will lio ndnilt
ted free " charRo. Kddlo Kornnndcz
Is In charge of tlio nrraimciiieiils.
Though tile personnel of tlio All
IlawallH Is not nnnottneed, It Is Ilg
tl red out nliout us follows. Iiy tlio
dopester: Leslie. i; Lyman nnd
Snares, c; E. ri'rnnnilez, lit; Hill
Vnnnnttn, 2b; Jlmuilo William, us;
llnmpton, Mi; Kn Sue or liuus, If;
Jack Kin, cf; Barney Joy, rf.
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Kaaua Defeats McFee
In Roping In. The
Wiid West Show
Knntia won tlio lopliiR nnd tleliiK
contest nt tin Wild West Show In tlio
finals Saturday, with nn nvcriiKo of
1:35 3-1, beating oiU Annus Mcl'hsc,
tlio world- chnnipton, who had won
out In the preliminary tries.
llcfore n InrKO ciowil, C. II. Judd
won the cowboy rare. J. Mnllnii won
the barrel race. Tom Lopez won out
In the watermelon nice.
He nlvo won In tho bionco-liustliiR
contest. Ho bad tied with Mill
kill Kclllllku tlio dny before, and it
was decreed thai Mnllint should lido
tho same horse which Lopez bnd tac
kled Kildny. Mall.nl did. Tho led
horse, which Is nn outlaw, proceeded
to Ecnd Mnlknl on n balloon Journey,
and bo needed tho doctor when ho re
turned to earth. Lopez won It, of
Then enmo tho roplnR nnd tlcliiR.
Km nun, tho winner, mnilo the fastest
time for nny sIhrIo steer, tin well ns
tho best nvcragc. Ho got u bis fel
low helpless In 0:55.
Aiirus Mcl'heo was ono of tho scc-
J. Mallnn won tho wild steer rld-
GeorRo Holt captured tho half
mlle nice for mules.
V. J. Kawiil was the best In tho
Elicu Low closed tho program Willi
tome nice, one-arm roplnR.
BOWER, m YttS.
Last nlKlit, llcrt Dower, for five
years ninclnl umpire ot tlio Honolulu
lliifcoliiill LeaRiic, blinded bis formal
reslRiiatlon to Frank Thompson, sec
retary of tho LeaRiic.
Tho action ( nines us n surprlho to
tho baseball public, llower merely
etiitcs Hint bo linn contcinphitcd the
uction for eomo time, lio bus become
tired of (ontlnunl kicking nnd lilcKei -lug,
nnd thinks Hint tlio oven tenor of
his way could bu mora successfully
OFFICIAL TIME OF THE YACHTS
Tho following nro tho complete btutenionts ot tho tlmo of tho sov
I'lulsh Honolulu Inly 1S !l bonis 31 mln. 13 t,c(..
Stmt Sail 1'edio July 4 li Iiouih 00 inln. 00 bee.
13 days '1 liouru 31 mln. -ISVi sec.
I'lulsh Honolulu ..' July in liouru 3S mln. no sec.
Start Sau 1'eilici Inly li hours 00 mln. 00 tec.
Stmt San l'cdio ,...- t
llundlcnp . . ,
Conected tlmo 11
Stmt San I'edro
K lapsed tlmo
Conected tlmo 1
This nfternoon polo Is on nt Ka
plobuil l'nik between tlio teams of
Oabu mid Kniiiil. Tho Kamo Is to
btnrt nt 1! p. ni. It Is for tho chain
plonshlp of the Territory, mid prom
ises to'be nn event worth hccIiir.
The field has been put into tlio licit
practicable condition. '
The tenuis follow:
" ICntint V Ulce, Arthur nice, C.
A. Hole, J. Miillnn.
O.ihu W. nillliiRhnm, J. KIcmltiR,
O. Angus, (. I'. Dolllson.
Tho second Riinie will tako place
on Wednesday afternoon nt the snnio
tlmo nnd place. In the event of each
team wlnnltiR n Rnmc, a decider will
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Huihui In Ring kgm;
S.iturda) night, borne more preat
bport was seen at tlio old Fishmar
ket, the moil Interesting ucnt being
the reappearance In the local ring of
Ilulhul one time champion l'u -
Rllist of this place, who boxed a 0
round draw with Kid McCiiIIourIi.
A largo crowd wns present. Top
lints unci white shirt-fronts wcro
there nnd women In numbers sur
loumlcd the ring.
In the opening cent, tlio Stove
dores and the Hnnolulus, crack tug-of-wnr
teams, went tlio SO-mluuto
limit In their contest, tlio pull being
declnicd a draw. ,
Huihui nnd McCiiIIourIi then went
their six rounds. Huihui shows tomo
Hashes of his old form, but wns not
ui to tho pace. Tho Kid Is tho man
who mado Stanley look llko a duffer
Thursday night, mid he gave a Rood
nccount of himself Saturday.
Pntton stalled around the ring six
lounils with Schloshcrg, tho tailor
champion, nnd tho light wns declared
a draw, according to nn agreement
that If both should stay tho limit,
Mull would bo 'done.
The card for tonight Is n good one,
is It embodies it match between
Young Ncbon nnd Jack McP.iiIrtcn,
both of whom seem to lmvo Eomo
claims on tho lightweight champion
ship of this place.
The card Is:
Jack McKuhlcn vs. Young NcImiii,
Klil (jnlirnl vs. Young Heine, six
On Tuesday night tho bouts will
Fredericks vs. Dennett, six lounds.
.Murphy vs. I'lntt, six lounds.
Suniisn dcfo'itcd Lenhl Girl for u
iiUin tur-mlla S.ituiduy.
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Bullotin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
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and pleasantly pursued elsewhere.
Ho htiH always been fair and square
In his work! has plucd no favoiltcj,
nnd has been popular. It will bo
hard to find n man to fill his place
us efficiently ns ho.
.11 days 21 boms 3S mln. 00 bcc
17 hours 30 mln. 5fi Vi kcc.
li ,! hours 07 mln. 09 91 fee.
inly kii.t hours 07 mln. 07
July Ii2 hours 00 mln. 00
.15 dn) s
1 hour 07 mln.
8 boura 09 inln,
das 13 boms -IS mln. 07'4 tec.
July io IT. hours "3 mln. 30
July 1 " hours 00 min.-o0
1 hours S3 mln. 30
'Iiouih 37 inln. 30
1 uuys IS hours -to mln, 00
Water Sports Draw
Thousands To The
Thousands of people In fact,
the largest crowd that has ever been
seen nt any event on the bench nt
WnlkIM, thronged nnd lined tho
sands in ft out of tho Seaside mid
Moann yesterday nfternoon, when the
great regatta nnd water carnival wns
pulled off. The rnces started prompt
ly nt " o'clock, when tho youngsters
had tho first race In outrigger canoes.
'.Major," u little Hawaiian, nnd his
cicw captured this race nnd tho cup.
Tho big rnco ot tho day wns next,
mid the cnlrlca camo In as follows:
Prince Cupid's "A," entered by tlio
Knmclinmclins, came Iti first; Hnnn
keokl, second; Lcolcle, third; nnd
Alabama, fourth. At tlio Mulsh tho
big butriRgcr canoes were not npnrt
tho length of u yardstick, and tho
nco was tho prettiest of any over
seen In local witters.
Three small canoes wcro manned
by buxom Hawaiian women mid form
cd tho ensemble Hint made up the
next race, which was decidedly In-
IcrcstlnR to tho men on shore. Tho
four-padilto canoo rnco was tho most
exciting of tho day and wns won by
nil even leif.ll liv llin nrnu ..nfnri.rl
!fr0n, the OtitrlRRer Club, after a keen
light. A. S. Holiel Ifoii'h Lcnhl won
tho sluglc-pnddlo race, which wns
next nn tho program.
Tho Mirf-board contest furnished
one of tho most imlquo mid thrilling
fentures of tho day. Kenneth Win
ter mid Sam Wight, on their long,
heavy boards, won easily.
Tho six-paddlo raco between men
fiom tho battleships now In port wns
so Intcicstlng Hint It had to bo re
peated, and every crew entered from
the" ricet won u prize. Tlio boys'
Burling contest wns won by Lano
Webster and Harry Stelner. Tho run
of tho big canoes was exciting, I)r.
Wall's canoe, tho A, nnd tho Ala
bama lighting It out for honors until
the latter flnnlly won.
Nelson Takes Dixon In
Young NflMin, best of tho local
iiciu, Willi the pusHlblo 'exception of
Jack .Mcl'addcn, defeated Sailor Dix
on, tho colored lighter, Saturday
night, at Independence Hall, in ono
ot those good shows which Juck
Scully puts on. Tho light went tho
limit of 10 lounds, mid was as good
as mo most of tho classy events lu
which Nelson Is seen.
All tbico of tho goes which wcro
put on wcro good.
Cubrul, one of the most pionilslng
youngsters now In Honolulu, tucked
away Itciiler In n Utile over four
lounds of what wns bcbcduled' nn a
fi-round go. Hu bnd tho worst of tho
wolghtB, but put It nil over bis man
light through. Ho Is certainly en
titled to the featherweight belt.
WHhll.ini ni'ul Young Sharl.ov box-
oil another 0-ronml draw. Thiu u
the fcocond tlmo they lmvo done this
In the same ling. This go was n
eiuashlng, rushing, hlt-nnd-tuko nt-
rulr from tho stmt.
Then .Velson mid tho sailor got In
to tho ring. They fought nt 130
pounds. Tho straight CJueensberry
rules weio used, nnd Youim N'olmm
showed Hint be wna, light thcro when
it came Io the InllRhtlng. Ho bit un
der his opponent's guard, and kept
putting In telling work In tho clinch
es. Nelson pmjcil nil through for tho
body, mid had bis man dlstiessed bu
foro tho light imil gono tho limit. Ho
wns Riven tho decision.
Mlko l'nttnn had It nnnoiinccd that
be challenged S'chlossberR for twen
ty rounds, with n sldo bet of $.100.
NlRel Jackson, novcr n loser In
this town, except when fighting with
broken bones, uud never knocked out,
Issues n cballoiiRo to nny 120-pounder
I in mo l loot or tho Toiillory. Tho
Honolulu public knows this hri up
per's iccoid. Ho has won 32 nut of
;3I nglits In which he bus appealed,
lio wont two draws with McDonald
of San I'l.iuclsco, In Hie best snaps
piob.ibly ciur seen hero.
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The Ainerioan Drug Store
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u making the Best Home-made Bread
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wagon will deliver at your door.
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leads all others in quantity nnd quality of goods sold
during this Bale, We have somo more of the stock nnd it's
yours for little money.
Clothing, Shirts, Hats,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
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