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13RACTICALI.Y cer thing in and '.bout the home can be made to look
L bright and new and clean itb the right paint, varnish stain or enamel.
The housewife and the householder can do much of this work with very
little expense and c great deal of pleasure. There is, however, one im
poitant thing to remember: use a finish that is made expressly or the
wort)cu wiini to do. Do not buy a product that is made for a variety of
uses or surfaces.
Shernin-Williams Brighten Up Finishes are made for finishing tables,
chairs, walls, floors, pipes, picture frames, shelving and hundreds of other
articles and surfaces in and about the house. Each is specialty made
for a particular purpose. Each contains the essential qualities that
insure good results.
All you need to remember is "Brighten Up Finishes."
Come in and we will be glad to give you the particular
paint or varnish made expressly for the article or surface
you wish to finish.
Ask us about Brighten Up Finishes what they will
do and how to use them. Geta Drlghtcn Up booklet.
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Sole Agents
King and Fort Sts Phone 769
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time anil again.
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ho sees n HALL IsATL or VAULT guarding the mon
ey lio wants.
SOLD ONLY BY
H. Haokfcld & Co., Ltd.,
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
Pottle's
Celebrated
Stock
Remedies
pptiir Oil
L-BoPtriP!
This Li considered the best ell-.round Kenedy on tho market for
Ilhcumatirm, Luaato, Weal: Lohi3, Sore Ihrcat. Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
ami Tendon Lameness.
Ho I'taTile Shouia Be Without It. 3EM?0N, SMITH & CO. and
H0I.LIST3E keep it.
Pottle, HoEaolialm Tel. 118
DOYAL ANNEX CAFE
"AL. THUILOW Proprietor; late C
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Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
ana SVogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn mid Send to the Queen's Tsstc.
AKnynl Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuann & Merchant.
Weekly BulIeUn Si Per- Year
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Chief Steward of the
Alameda.
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Eii -irtv Win S
S PORTS
J Local and National
Reilly and Leahy
Meet Tonight
In Great Contest
clever kids to box 15 rounds
Thin ovrnltiK. w Rrnt iIiir ovi-nt
In tlm lilnlnr of local uplift In cm
Clinrllc lt?llly of H:ni KimiicIhcii Ih to
l'i. .loo t.rntiy or San I'miicIm-u llftcvn
miuuts ill tlio Oi pin-mil, woiisln;; In at
1P.I imnnili nt S p. ill
The tncii nrc well Known liorc.
llimiKli t.L'nliy liim nctcr Ik-oii kii-ii
In t!ic rliiR boforr a Honolulu audi
tucp. TI10 dally iillKrlinngi h of Bpoita
in IiIr training iiiinrtcnt nine liocn
liroiluctlic of results, anil the vcnllct
In Hint the ronton of tills ovoiiIiik will
bo elo-e. fast nml of tho nut to tic,
llulit 1I10 Iioart of any follower of Hie
nintily cporf.
Clinrllu Helllv If olio of the rlnvnr.
est exponents of (lie glovo Banie '
mm ueeii 111 Hie round rotiml Knnie on
the Cnjst In many a il.iy. And lio l
(ho c!eveie(t lioy who ever lilt Hono
lulu. TI10 only mail who furnishes a
IHiorllilo exception to thin rceniH to lio
l.enliy, thoiiKli one .liielt Mcrntlilen
limir on the IioiUhii with a claim yet
to bo settled.
The men alexin fli3t el.iso shape.
Until are confident. A eiimn.nNnn ..r
Ihetwo bhowH nu leainrkalilc cHltiilliir-l
Trinkle Laces Fox
In Fifteen Rounds
Two draws and a rattling 1 .Wound
ehlbltIou In which TrluMu won over
I'ox. furnlslied a u-r.t B"ml show In
dccl at the Iiiilciiciidi'iuo Club yes
terday. Thoso IHteen loiinds created
tremendous excitement, and with tho
frenzied sailors yelling out oHers of
HI to I! that Kox would bo out Insldo
of ten rounds, he hung on gamely,
.mil though he took an awful wallop
ing at tho hands of TiluMc. ho le
fun'd to til.e the dcclMvo pun-li.
Tilnklc, who halls from the Jlan-I-iim!.
was the ringside fiiMirlte, lirlng
lug into the rlnp a leputiitlon wliltli
bioiigbl Ii Int in tin n hiipporlcis. He
sustained tho lepiitatlou, but bo had
i tnitnr on hl liiiicls, and when tho
criiwil jelled, "I'm him away!" fox
bobbed up with a wry giln ceiy
lime.
ltellly nml Liihcy, who box nt the
Orplieuni Ibis evening, weio Inlio-du-rd
licfoie the main eent, mid a
dell from Itellh to Mcl'iiddim was an-
iiiiiiuied. winner laKo all, whether
l!elll wins or low s tliti evening
with l.abey. 1'ilnUlu was (list Into
the ilng. followed alnio.it at once by
I'ox. Iliilliiisl.ihm giceled the men-
Ion of TilnUi'i n.iiiie when liu was
Introduce!
II w.i.i aiinoiiuicil Hint the ilel.iv
ill tho a nival of the Scioiid Olvblon
of ihe I'lcet hud delayed also tho
ari.iiigenu in of a icliirn bout be
nvi'ii tinTilMi.il Smith nml Spllio lllg
glns. the detail'' of which' match will
bu I iter nnnoiinicd,
Tace Tnst
The men started It off with :i nihil,
but. lluiilliig rt might rules, thov
toon got Into n cllnrh. fiom which
Itoferee I'.idd." Itjan hnil to pry thcni
forcibly The exchanged lofts mid
clinched again. P.iddy found It htri-n
lioua W(iil,r Tl Inkle shot In u hhnrt
rlKht to the body, and they i lung on
until tho gong unuidcd. I'.nldy had
In warn them against holding, as
nelth'er observed the one aim frco
uilo.
!'( eet the p.ico us they ciimo out
for the second louiiil, ami landed
once or twice to tho rnce. Trlnkio
((Herod for a minute, but let loo'-e
ii lie.T shortly, following up loft and
light swings lo the head bv a ter
ilf!c HtialRht left which ntaggcreil
Kox, as tho gong hounded. In thu
next louiiil. Tiinldo iilir.?st at onci
hud Pox in Hit lopes, staggering him
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Seated JlUUUCH WUayimi spatpri
By the Hour bv Trix
Go C. BECKIiEY", Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNO GAIfAGE. PHONE 200.
It' In slzo anil In Hltlv of lioxlliR.
It Is epoeil iSKilimt spepil, u fast lett
i'IwIukI nniillii r Till loft, two slnKcry
rights, mid science im.l'r.nt ecleiice.
Kiittlierinoic, tonight Bhniild seltlo
enco Tor nil Hint ipieftlon which" Ins
so lent; torn Into dhhcmdim tho local
colony or fans. Ilnu ltellly a teally
K001I "lilcl;"? Mimv of the fans .iy
lie hns, Imt ilonlit hns boon expiossed.
nml the thins will be definitely decided
this ovenlns for a certainty. And Is
l.eahy i cully as fast as Ihu peerless
Charlie? Well, thai Is another ones
tlun which will have to bu decided this
eu-nlns.
(laKiion of the desttojer Stewart
will box with Wilier for a curtain r lin
er. In the ijace of Viiiiiir Nelson, who
la rufferliiR from bio'ieii noe. Web
er WTiit out In a cr limit time be
fore ltellly two w.elts ai;o, but will
probably ettunl a belter show now
that ho lias had time In which to train
luoierly, ami ri I Into mine shape to
meet tho rallnr lad.
I'Yeil Smith Is promoter of tlm iho.
and promises Ihe usual flue manage
ment. half across the ring with another
lett lo Hie chin, ami following with
n tight to the wind that mnilo I'ox
turn pale, lie winced but covered,
mid soon mixed It with Trluklo, stall
lug out tho round In a succession of
clinches. Tho crowd was jelling lo
put him nway, but Kox was grinning
licfoie Ihe gong (hinged,
ret Takes" Beatint;
i'ox showed wild In tint fourth,
and was laced unmercifully, lie was
Jabbed twice, nml got tlie worst or a
r.illj. Ilo missed a wido hwlag. and
the ciowd laughed. Trluklo put in
Ion lo dm race ii ail right to tho boih
and a voice jo'llcd "Ten to six It's a
kni.il.nut!" Trlnklo landed repeal
ed! as tho muiiil eloicd, I'ox holding
O'l.
Hut l'ox uliowcil wonderful rcu
pei.illvc powcii. cotulng back strong
in (In lirili, ami breaking eM'ii at all
Magi i of tho lounil. Ilo put a left
to the ftiLo. unit Tiliiklo uniiitercd lo
the I inly. I'ox fought for the kld
iii'H In tho Lllnciicj, and hint hli
jiimii. lie uivciod under some tush
Iliig. and then landed haul to the jaw
with his right, Tilnklo loiulng back,
with a uhott. Jolty light to tin ,3,
The 11111:11 was even.
fox StioiiRcr
liolli weio rnrpfnl In tho seeuth.
and Kox iiiino li.uk stiouger lu tlm
elghlli. Ho got In some last foolwoik
and suceossfiillj stemmod somo Icnd
lag 011 Trinl'.lu'H part, taking the iu
giesslvo and shooting lu his kit to
the midsection with foico as Iho
gong Founded. It was l'ox's lounil
Tilnklo i .11110 out with a cioiich, mid
a slightly angry expiesslou that
meant liuplnosH. Ho rushed nil
lliiough thu lounil. nml landed hard
with Ills left ac.ilu and again. Ilo
had Iho advantage eiisll) ieuicied.
As ho camo up ho beemed lo hno a
chill, muscles shaking mid teeth
chattering unaccountably. Hut at
the Mist excliango ho pulled himself
together and pummelled I'ox without
a let-up.
Pace Quickened
At tho opening of tho tenth, they
exi hanged rights. Wot king fust,
I'ox ducked Tiinkle'B IcU lead I wire,
iiiiinlcilng hard with his (eft to tlm
face Trlnklo showed nimcr, mid
lushed wildly. I-'o.x hnd the botlor
or the round. The eleventh was In
the i.ature of r. rally, Tilnklo dolnri
.n 7
Inll tho dean hitting, and dually
coming J11 with n right cioss which
(Would have turned Iho trick If both
men hnd not been loo weak to hit
hind The pmo cut faster up to tho
foutteeiilh. Trlnklo tiled haul to
put hi! 1:11111 out. but I'ox wiih too
durabl" Two haul lefts lo the face
had Tux bleeding freely lu the four
teenth, and lio hung 011 desperately
lo sine himself. Trlnklo held him
off, ami walloped him.
Tho pile of the llftecnlli wns rapid
again. Trlnklo tried and tried again
lo get at I'ox, but thu Inltcr stalled
and hung 011, and came back ocra
iliinally with a (outlier right tlitiiugli
tho round.
When I'aildv H)nn held up Trlu
klc's nini lu sign that ho was Iho vic
tor, a tremendous cheer wont tip.
The Pieliminarics
Mci'addcii 'ind Waller, Ihe latter
of H10 I'lcet. went cIrIiI rounds to a
draw lu the 1. littlest pvhlbllton of
the day. Waller had uteatu mid
speed, but .lack was too del or for
him, nnd ripped out once or twice lu
a way which looked bad for the nail
or. .lack could unci- up uniloi al
most any sort ot treatment. Wnltei 'i
sto.tiu was renii.rkable, and Ills dolc.
niliiatlou to go at his 111:111 was lic
mciidous. McCollotigh of I'ort Shafter mid
Cltuck Connors, a sailor, boxed six
1 omuls. It was a fair draw, both
men slugging fin further orders, and
neither gelling the better of it
Sometimes they stood up and ex
changed punches without an attempt
to' guard, In Hie good old fashion
They went fast and hard without
either being badly punished.
1.
When Kid Napoleon signed to light
He didn't siiueal nor crab,
Ilo didn't ask u million bones
I'cr uppcrcut or Jab.
He didn't yell for bonus rash.
Or bcof about the weight.
And when tho pong began to sound
lit' didn't count the gale.
II.
When Alexander donned the mitts
Tho purso was untiling big:
He didn't get u guarantee,
Kor Aleck was no pig.
lie didn't Ideed tho ancient (Jreeks
llefoio he signed to light.
Though Aleck bad a nifty left
And ginger in his right.
III.
Hut when the modern pug. signs mi
He has to ssu a Hash
Well, say a million bones or so
Kor bonus. Mist In rush.
That must bo paid befmo liu starts
And after Hint well then
A modest puibc, eight million plunks
I'crhniM, or inajbc ten.
KID M'COlfJOHES TO LIFE
Ni:V YOltK, X. Y.vOct 1 -Kid
Mi Co), who i-pluiiied to the pil.ij
ling tod.i) lifter haling letlred hiiuo
time ago, slguiilleil his seioud entry
into pugilism oy defeating Jim Slew
m t last night.
:: :: ::
A li'imi fiom the dcstriitrr Peiry
will piny a practice game of Inter coi
Icglale loolh.ill with the IIUi School
loai.i at I'utinhfiii Held thia aricrnoon.
MXW AUTOMOBILE KATES
The Auto Mi cry will fiom this
date icdiico all automobile v,oi!c 2fl
per lent. 1 passenger Insldo city
limits I'linahou St., Wylllo St.. or
Kiitiiohainoha Sihools, 60 cents; cali
Ing or bhoppliig $:i per hour; ciritlu
11011s driving $r. per hour; tl second.
?:: ror third. Around Island $10. 11.
II. I.IIWIR, I'loprlclor. Tol. Xo. fi.
DEKORATO
THIS BEAUTIFUL WALL
FINISH IS SUPEIUOIt TO
ALL OTHERS FOR BEAUTY,
ECONOMY, AND DURABILI
TY. A few pounds will cover a
room, ami make it look a3
clean nml fresh as it ever was.
Have your painter use it.
Lewers & Cooke
LIMITED
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Andrew Usher's
Scotch Whiskey
O.V.G. Special
Reserve
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Agents.
g Savejfoney '
Buy your Shoes from us
Wc have a large new
ilrcn.
Call in and sec our NEGLIGEE SHIRTS and
B.V.D.
UNDERWEAR, PAJAMAS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
KING nnd BETHEL. . PHONE 627.
JHM'iMm'232H2KSSa
DO you enjoy ICE CREAM that
is made from Pure Cream
and CAKES that are a good
deal lighter than 'Ma makes?
Then come to us. We have the
goods. We serve meals from
6 to 8 a.m.," II a.m. to 2 p.m.,
and from 5 to 8 p.m., at reason
able prices. Service the best.
Palm Cafe,
Honolulu Construction end Braying Co,,
LIMITED.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
PHONE, OFFICE 281. , P. 0. BOX" 151
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE
CIALTY. .
AMUSEMENTS.
SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 17
The Classic Athletic
Event of the Season
15 Rounds 15
GLOVE CONTEST
Charlie Reilly
vs.
Joe Leahy
ror the Lightweight Championship
A Rattling Sis-Round Preliminary
Between
Weber and Nelson
AT 123 POUNDS
TICKETS on sale at Fitzpatrlck'a
Ci(?ar Store, Hotel nnd Fort Streets.
PRICES StaRe Scats, $2.50; Re
served Chaiis, $2, $1.50, and $1.; Gal
lery, 50c.
Our Exper
ON
Magnetos,
Storage Batteries,
and Coils
IS HERE
A Specialty is made of repairing
STORAGE BATTERIES.
ASSOCIATEDGARAGE.Ltd
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 308.
stock for men, women and clill-
HOSIERY, ETC.
H223Siii2SHESI3
Hotel next to Perkins'
Gallery.
AMUSEMENTS.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
Pdonday Eve,
OCT. 10TH
KATHERINE OLIVER,
B. Sc.
"Aii Evening with
Robert Burns"
Under the Aur.picc3 of th; Scottish
Thistle Club.
ScaU on sale at Bcrgslrom Music Co.
ARTTHEATER
wunucnui riuuuu ricvuua uini- ,
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
An Indian Love Stbiy; Tho Cashier;
Fire Cascades; Cook's Fiancee; Boats
on the Nile; Moon Goblins, or a
Child's Dream : Jack of all Trades.
K. Daimari!,
First-Class Furniture Store
134 Beretania near Fort St.
Telephone 214.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. , Jack Roberts,
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