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A new lot of these well-known mowers just at hand,
mid they nre in time for you to attend to the Brass that
vill he growing so fast on your lawns after the fine rains
wc have had,
Wc have the rest of the tools that po with Mowers,
such as Jledgc Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Primers, and Ail
Sorts of Garden Toole. By the way, have you tried a lit-
tic of our rORCEQROWTH on your lawns nnd in your gar
E. 0. Hall St Son, Ltd.
Veterinary Surgeon Pottie has
taken an office at the corner of
Hotel and Union streets, where he
can be consulted . on all matters
relating to stock and where the
well-known Pottie remedies can
be obtained. Tel. 361.
Return of the "Little Big Favorites" The
Opera House week commencing March 8th:
"The Belle of New York," Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday;
"Florodora,' Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights and
Popular prices, 25c, 50c, and 75c; Matinees: Children,
25c; adults, 50c. Seats at Bergstrom's.
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Merchant St. Phone 383.
FINE DRIVING AND SAPDLE
HORSES TOR HIRE OR SALE.
Pau Ka ilana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
931 FORT ST.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Busy Fiancee; The Unsuccess
ful Flirt; The Female Bluebeard; A
Romanco in n Giusy Camp; A Light
house Keeper: Checker Fiend; The
Candidate; Entcrnjisinp Florist;
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20a.
FORT ST. opp COHVENI.
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
UP-TO-DATE ILLUSTRATED SONGS
Admission 10c and 15c
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by thi
with their new FRENCH
257 Beretania St. Phone 1491.
Record Sale Of
Yesterday afternoon up nt tlio Or
phcum tlicro wns come line boxing
dune, Peterson nnd his trainer,
Illnes, went four rounds nnd there
was something doing nil the time.
Peterson worked In a sweater he Is
icnred of catching cold and Is look
ing somewhat finely drawn. How
ever, )csterday was the last day of
hnrd training and Peterson will only
Indulge In light work from now on
till Saturday night.
Tho sparring stunt yesterday was
cry much llko the real thing, both
men slugging for all they were
worth. Illnes Is a clover boxer and
Hindu Peterson get n move on trying
to block some of the tine lefts that
he put In. In tin second round the
men had a fierce mtxup In the Kwa
corner of the ring. Illnes was hand
ing them out In great style, and Pete
wn8 not backward In retaliating;
suddenly Peterson swung u right for
Illness Jaw nnd down the tall one
went It was really on accident, ns
both men were excited, and, utter ull,
Mines was not hurt. He Jumped to
Ills feet and wnded In again. If this
mnn was more solidly built ho would,
with tho cleverness ho undoubtedly
pe-messcs, be In the first flight of mid
dleweight. In tJio third round there was an
other good rally nnd the afternoon
noon bunch of sports who were watch
Ing life try-out went up In tho nlr
with delight. Peterson did not mince
mutters at all with Illnes: he was
trying every kind of punch he knows
on his man. Illnes was not Idlo, ei
ther, and pulled a couplo of good ones
out of the box und presented-them to
Mr. Peterson, who looked ruthcr as
tonished. At the end of tho bout both men
wcro npplnudcd by the crowd, and
well they deserved the glad hand. In
the writer's opinion, Peterson Is milk
Ing a mlstnko In persisting In close
Infighting during his training. The
light with Sullivan Is to bo a clean-
brcnlc nffa'lf, nnd Peterson will fliiif
It hnrd to confine himself to long-
range fighting ufter nil his trnlnlng
stunts being directed tho other way.
SllJl, h probnbly knows his own
trndo bcttcr'than nn outsider, so let
It gb at that,
Peterson Is In fine condition, nnd
will put up tho fight of his life on
Saturday night. Ho may bo depend
ed on to either knock out Sullivan or
bo knocked out himself. It suro Is
going to bo a hair-raising scrap nnd
ono that will bo spokon of for years
to como by nil thoso who nro fortiij
nnte enough to procure n scut. Talk
Ing of scats reminds this scribe that
tho tickets for tho light nre going
oft nt n rccoid clip, nnd nearly ull
tho ilngslde chnlrs nro sold. The
rest of the "houso" Is selling out fust,
so nnjono who leaves purchasing a
pass for the show till Saturday night
will probably full In the soup, und
will bo found standing outside on
I'oit ttrect cuislng his luck. 86 get
wlso und buy n ticket right nwny be
foio tho sculpors get busy nnd wunt
)ou to puy two und n half for u dollar
n u a ' '
Kdwln 8, (lee, pay department, U.
8. Army, has arrived In Honolulu.
Mr. Oeo Is a first-class tenuis player
mid will be an acquisition to the lo
cal circle of racquet wlelders. In
Manila Mr. Uee won nil the sluglu
lout mime Ills In right, both nt the
Athletic Ah,o:HHo:i und the Manila
Cnglltli I,iiwn Tennis Club.
Hilling the Phlllppliiu Curnlvul
tournament hold In Munllodurlng
I'fabiuury, (leu defeated Norrlc, who
von inuny open UMinaniciits In Sin
gapore and Hongkong. It Is to bo
hoped that Mr. (leu will soon stait
(pin) lug In Honolulu. Ho must be a
nrsi-uuss man holding all the records
ho does, and It will bo Interesting to
boo how our own men will s'tack up
Tim local men lire no slouches at
tho game mid way bo relied upon to
niaUu Mr. (Ice extend himself. Tho
piospects for good tennis during the
coming Benson look bright, nnd some
very interesting matches will be
Dredging planned for channel ut
Liireku to usslst lumber tiudo.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
GET DEWAR TROPHY
Royal Automobile Club of England
Awards Famous Cup to American
Finn for Most Noteworthy Per
formance of the Year 1008
LONDON, England, Feb. C An
nouncement was made today that for
the first time since tho trophy was
established the Dewaf cup, awarded
annually by the Royal Automobile
Club of Kngland In recognition of
tho most noteworthy performance of
the year, was presented to nut Amer
ican manufacturing Institution the
Cadillac company of Detroit
The Dewar trophy was Instituted
J by Sir Thomas Downr scvcrul )cars
ago anu occupies uuoui me same rel
ative position In the world of motor
manufacture as does the Nobel prize
In tho field of sclentlllc nnd soclolog
Tho nwnrd to tho Cadillac com
pany Is based upon the remarkable
standardization test conducted In the
summer of 1908 by u specially se
lected committee representing tho
Iloyul Automobile Club.
Tho conditions surrounding this
test wcro not only uniunal. but most
drastic and sevore. Tlueu CadlUac
cars in charge of the committee from
the Hoyal Automobile Club were driv
en from the London sales brunch of
the Cadillac company to tho fumous
llrooklunds truck a distance of
some twenty-llvo miles. Under the
most searching surveillance the three
enrs were then taken to tho racing,
quartets connected with tho Ilrook
lands track and dismantled, piece by
piece nnd part by part.
The parts thus torn down were
thrown Into u conglomerate heap.
When a cortuln point In tho process
of dismantling had been reached a
certain portion of the parts were set
to one side und an entirely new set of
parts substituted In their place and
the entire collection of parts thrown
togetlier.'.ln u single heap.
, With the commltlestlll maintain
ing a watchful' scrutiny- of the per
formance the work of rebuilding the
three cars from this haphazard heap
was then begun. The three cans
wero built up In this remarkable
luunncr and taken without delay to
the track and put through the paces
In nnicndurnnco run. '
All three curs responded perfectly
to this heroic test, negotiating tho
inn nt almost record breaking speed,
without hitch or skip, and without
the development of u single loose
This performance was considered
In Imglund such un extraordinary
demonstration of standardization
that ull of tho London dally papers
ticatcd it us a news ovcut of first
Importance, dcvotlnggredt space to
a description of tho performance und
commenting upon It editorially.
Detailed cablo stories wero llkowlso
sent to this country, und practically
every uutomoblle Joumalin tho con
tinent gavu tho Cudllluc company un
stinted pralso for what they describe
us uu unprecedented demonstration
of superiority of American manufac
Thero Is particular gratification In
the award of tho Dewar cup' to Amer
ica because of the fact that this tro
pny is given not to spectacular or
sensational achievements, but In 'rec
ognltlou nf verious contributions to
the development of uutomoblle con
struction anil bettorments.
Foreign manufacturers nre exceed
ingly Jealous of their own prestige In
this connection, und this noble trib
ute to American superiority Is one
which will gratify every lover of mo
fining In this count! y.
It It I)
Secretnrles or other author-
Ized representatives of clubs
aro usked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by tbem, that
they muy be Included In this
program. Address all comuiu
nlcutlons to the Sporting Kdl
tor, K v c n I n g Bulletin.
Sullivan vs. Peter-
Mar. 14: Halelwa Race.
Mar. 20: All Schools,
Mar. 20: Aala A. C.
The business firms of Honolulu are
responding nobly to the call for prizes
for the Halelwn Marathon. Although
tho circulars have only been out a
tow hours, several firms have donated
some fine cups und other tokens for
the event, It. F Wlchman was the
first to come through with an offer
und a magnificent one It Is. For the
bicycle race he has presented a cup
and on It Is Inscribed "Marathon Ill
cycle Ilace, March 14 ,1909, 'on
by " The winner's name will
be engraved on tho cup later on.
W. W Dlmond has nlno presented
a cup, with ono conditional Is to
be won by the man who finishes with.
In the first six In three Marathon
races. The Art Theater, Hawaiian
News Company, Palm Ice Cream Par
lors, Killers & Co., Sachs, Oonsalves
& Co , and II. P. Hill have all donated
Tickets for the special trnln nro
going off O. IC; thero aro still some
left, und nnjono who Is thinking of
golug had better drop In und seo Mr.
Vlerru ut Wall, Nichols Co.
The race will stnrt nt 7:30 a. m.
Sunday und Anln Pnrk Is the Jump-Ing-off
spot. Sheriff Jarrctt has ur
ranged to hnve u big body of police
down at tho park to keep the course
clear and keep the crowd from block
ing the contestants. ,
The band will play at the start and
the huge crowd that will probably
attend the park show will be kept
ln 00li bumor till the event of tho
uu Biurm. me Aiuraiuon anair Is
booming sure, and now the only
thing thut remains to be done Is to
pick the winner.
Th Y. C; M. At JitnloTTuntfe'ra are
to have a flvo-mllo race on April IZ.
wo one oyer seventeen years' of nge
will be allowed' to compete Next
Saturday afternoon the boys will-run
uround Thomas Square n few dozen
limes. There will bo two bunches of
the lads nnd each will run In oppo
site directions, fnus making more
loom nnd avoiding crowding.
The Seniors will start out for a
run tomorrow night nt 7:30. Tho
bourse will probably be out to Kulu
knua nvcnuo and back. Tho Mara
thon face' In connection with the Y.
M. C. A. takes place on June 11, and
will be open to any man who was u
member of the Y, M. C. A. on Keb
These short runs are Just the thing
to get the men In good condition for
the longer nice, und no doubt many
peds. will uvall thomselves of the op
portunity of taking u run out with
the Y. M, C. A, boys. All runners
lire Invited to take u spin with tho
packs und try their speed tomorrow
n n n
Basketball At Y.
M. C. A. Club
I-aht night at the Y. M. C. A. gym
nasium the Punchbowl Tigers were
defeated by the Institution boys ut
basketball by a score of 23 to It.
It wus u line game and some good
shooting wus dono by both sides.
The' lineup was:
Y. M. C. A. -K. Klcmme, c; A.
Sinclair, rf: K. Klemme, If; It. Nott,
lb; M. Ilotelliio. rb.
Tigers C. Itozu, c; M. Phillips,
rf: A. Sllva, If; II, Furia, lb; A. Mon-
Time of game: GGmln. Tlmekeop
ers: F. FrankB.-F. Crockett, Scorer:
T. Ciinnliighum. Umpire: J Q. Hap.
tlst Jr. ltefcree! O. P.Sonres.
li a tt
STANFORD BOYS PLAY
GOOD RUOBY GAME
Stanford's showing ugnlnst such a
formidable team as tho Wallabies
will go down In the history of Rugby
football. It was a splendid exhibi
tion by the cardinals, and tho Aus
tralians are loud In their praise of
the team, Remarkuble Is hardly a fit
word for such u fine display, particu
larly against a team which bus de
feated the best Kngland can pro
duce. From now on, California State, and
Stanford University In particular,
must be reckoned with by the Rugby
world. For a team that has only
plajed Rugby three short seasons and
previous to that knew nothing of tho
game to be pitted agnlnst one of the
iham(5loii teo.ms of the world and
Great Reduction Sale
FOR ONE WEEK
BEGINNING SATURDAY, MARCH 0th
25 TO 60 REDUCTION 0V ALL SHIRTS
T0-MAKE ROOM A"0R NEW GOODS.
A law line of NEOLIOEE SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS,
and DRAWERS, at 35 EACH; goods worth 50 cents to
75 cents. These goods are all new and clean.
Yee Chan & Co.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS.
LAST WEEK OF OUR
Big Mark -Down Sale
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, .$1.25 Now 75c a Pair
LADD2S' CORSET COVERS, $1.00 Now GOc a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS. 75o Now 40c a p.iir
LADD3S' CORSET COVERS, 40c Now 25c a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS. 25c Now 15c a pair
LADIES' VESTS. lOo Now 5o
WHITE COTTON. 10c a yd 13 yards for $1.00
NEW FLANNELLETTE 10 yards for 90o
DRESS BATISTE. lOo a yd Now 5c a yard
LACE CURTAINS, 75o a pr. Now 40o a pair
LACE CURTAINs, $1 ft pair Now COc a pair
A Large Assortment of LACE, RIBBONS, ETC., marked
make such a magnificent showing Is
nothing short of munclous.
The score of 13 to 3 is a close
victory, and stamps Stanford ns be
ing In the first grado of teams in tho
Rugby world. While It was expected
that Stanford would mnko u good
showing, not eeu tho most enthusi
astic admirer of tho cardinals eer
gnvo them credit for tho fine display
they made, nor wus such n showing
expected. It was n genuine surprise
and will be well received nil over
America, Australia, und Knglnud.
FORESTS AND WATERWAYS
Theio U an Indissoluble connection
betwien forests and waterways. Thcsu
two great questions can not bo sep
arated, Clifford Plnchot najo: "Now
if, Instead of Isolated groups of men
working here, there, and everywhere
at Isolated problems," If nil should
"move foiward together steadily nnd
vigorously as a blngle body, to tho
attack of what uu are beginning to
tee as a ulngle problem, then no
amount of opposition, no nmoiiut of
IncllfTerenco will seru either to stop
or greatly to rctsid the progress,"
That Idea of united nttlou along the
llneu of a sluglu comprehensive plan
seems to me to be the most feitite, tho
most piomlslng, us will surely be tho
most productive thought thut has
como Into this Held in many jeais
Wo, tho present people of tho United
States, am. today (ho filtheis of that
United Stntes which shall bo in llfly
or a hundred years to come Shalt
we band down out prnspeilt to thoso
who como ufter us, ur shall we ills
(aunt their piotipeilty nnd destiny It
"Any broad and compieheiibho kjb
tent of waterway luipnneiueiit must
Include forest preset vatlun "
Steel and lend trusts niuko big re
duction In pi Ices of products.
The one best way to turn old things
Into new money is by using a D u 1 1 e
tin Want ad.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
rhe Kind You Have Always Bougfil
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DICK, OF HONOLULU
GEORGE, OF SAN FRANCISCO
15 ROUNDS BOXING CONTEST
For tho Middleweight Cliampionship
of the Hawaiian Islands
SATURDAY EVENINO. MAR. 13, '00
YOUNG SHARKEY of Honolulu vs.
SOLDIER McCOLLOUGH of Fort
Sliafter EIGHT ROUNDS.
KID TERRY, U. 6. S. Iroquois, vs.
CORP. BIRD, of Fort Shatter
I TICKETS on sale at Fitzpatrick's
Cigar Store, Fort and Hotel Streets.
(Prices S( age Scats, $2.50; Reserved
,Eents, $2, $1.50, $1; General Admis
Ihc Best Whiskey on tho Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO.. AOENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
fHONE 140. T. 0. BOX 7C5.
Horse, Harness und
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
Woman's Exchange .
TArAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
King Street. Ewaf Fishraarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
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