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BVENlNd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, 'APIT, 7. TOO?.
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On draught and in bottle at every bar in Honolulu
Best Bock Beer Brewed
Call iip your Dealer for a Case
Honolulu Brewing & Malting Co.
EVER READY BOTTLE
A keen pleaiure
and a great com
A wonderful convenioe for the mother with a nursing
child. Warm Milk at all hour of day or night.
It differ from other bottles in that it has a PATENT
SPRING CORK whioh stays in place and absolutely guards
against spilling of oon tents, no matter in what position ths
bottle is carried.
It has a drinking cup with a smooth, polished surface
both inside and outside; has no unsanitary screw threads,
and can be kept scrupulously clean, and -the drinking cup
serve also as a cap for the bottle.
We have the bottles in the quart and pint sixes and
the oases for one or two bottles.
The EVER-READY CARRYING CASE is Strong and
Before buying any kind of a bottle be sure and ecam
ine the EVER READY.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
OPERA HOUSE, Saturday, April 10
POLLARD'S NO. I CO.
Seats on sale at Bergstrom Musio Co., 25c, 50c, 75o
and ? 1.00.
Tlio Hoys' Field was ngaln' crowd
ed yesterday afternoon, and a great
ninny more haoles attended ,tlio tut
tivltics than on tho drat. day. 4(1
the side-shows were In evidence wild
were Just as well patronized as be
fore. Tho swordsmen ,gaye some line
exhibitions, and most of their liouta
wero very much In earnest. Tho
champion was again on deck, and
his easy manipulation of -the two
handed Bword was remarkable. At
times he .would have his oppononl
guessing as to where tho next blow
s The charming geisha girls were as
good as ever and their dancing and
poses wero tho delight of the large
audience, which applauded the turns
with great fervor. Tho Juggler did
some wonderful work with a bow
and arrows. Ills accuracy Is remark
able, and he seems to bo able to hit
his mark at any nngle and from any
position. Ills target consisted of an
other arrow hold upright by an as
sistant; tho archer knocked the tar
get down every time. Even when
the assistant wobbled tho thin ob
ject back and forth tho modern Wil
liam Tell always managed to score.
Then, to cap all, tho artist fixed an
arrow In his bow and drawing tho
string back with his teeth, let fly.
Much to everyone's , astonishment,
down went tho target; thb man's
skill Is hardly credible, and his ex
hibition Ib In Itself well worth a vis
It to the Boys' Field.
Tho refreshment booths wero In
full swing, and It was a hard job
to avoid devouring too much of tho
good things provided. Ono would
arise from a chair feeling at peace
with tho world and pleased with ev-
Apr. 11; Walalua vs. Alea.
Apr. ll:t Ewn vs. 'nlanac.
Apr. 2S! Cavalry vs. Fort
Apr. 2G; N. a. II. vs. Mar-
Apr. 18: (League arounds.
Apr. 2G: Team.
By Hour or Trip.,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
erythlng, and then suddenly would
run Into another smiling Invitation
which was Impossible to refuse. The
Japanese certainly nro tho original
I'rlncos at entertaining, and all their
efforts wero directed to glvo every
one a good time, llanzall ,
H 8 H
Lahalna Ball Is
The Mld-raclDcs put It over the
David Malos last Saturday at Lahal
na to the tilne of 23 to 11, A largo
crowd attonded tho game and oxclto
me nt ran high at times, especially
when tho Pacifies startod to get a
lend on tho Malos. Wnllau pitched
good ball for tho wlnnors, striking
out no less than nine men. Smith,
Knmaka, and Chas. Mokoau inodo
home runs for tho Mlds.
There aro three teams In the La
halnaluna League, and the Mld-l'a-clflcs
are lending with a percentago
of .760; East Maul comes second
with .333; and tho David Malos. who
have not yet won a gamefare' in tho
zero claBS. Tho Mlds havq won three
out of four games; tho Easls one out
of three, and the Davids have lost
ull three gnmes. Great interest Is
taken in baseball around Lahalna,
and the citizens of tho ancient capi
tal are to be commended on tho
fact that they have a flourishing
Doubts o? Jack
As some doubt Is expressed ns to
tho rules applying to Marathon run
ners being rubbed down, etc., dur
ing tho course of a rnce, a cablo has
been sent to tho mainland asking
that a cOpy of tho rules governing
such contests bo forwarded at oncol
to this city. Fiom the press accounts '
nf Imlrvir ni tnrlr Mnrnllinna l nn. '
penrs that no outside assistance, ex
cepting refreshment, Is allowed.
cross-country Marathons are in n
different class, howoer, and thero Is
not much doubt, that niasnaglng and
suih llko stunts'Tiro carried on,
With reforenco to tho Marathon t.o
bo run on Aprjl 18, all tho men are
in active training, and qulto a num
ber of t ie m seem to havo a good
chmu'o of winning. Tho veteran
I'addy WalHh, is anxiously awaiting
the arrival of his clastic bandage,
from the Coast, hhYT'lf it comes In
time, I. W. will start In tho contest
and then tho public will seo tho race
of Its life.
Nigel Jackson, on being interview
ed jestcrday afternoon, stated that
ho had doubts about starting in tho
big race. "I took a spin over twenty
miles this morning," ho remarked,
"and mailo good time. Still, I flud
that training Is going to Interforo
with my work, and It may bo that 1
will not start in the Marathon,"
This Is hud nowB for the sportH
who are all looking forward to see
ing "Jack" perforin on tlio enclosed
track. Of course. Nigel' may find
time to train, but It Is a hard prop
osition for a man to work all day
and then train at night. Woll, let
us all hopo for tho best, and trust
that tho first Marathon winner will
bo a starter In the becond race.
Scharsch Is going to run a great
race on April IS, and tho man who
beats him will about win. Ills run
In the Halelwa event was a corker,
and only for gotttng cramped whilst
resting, he would havo been closa up
to tho wlnnor.
Bots and Worms Specific
These remedies not only cause the evacuation of thes'e
troublesome pests, but they destroy them and clean up the
injury they have produced in the stomach nnd bowels.
Stock may be given these medicines en the pasture
without handling, or while nt work.
Obtained at Leading Drugg'sts, cr
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
-i-imijmmvmnnkii i n bj 1 1 n uniii av
Fine Grass Linen "gfti
YEE CHAN & CO., King and Bethel Sts.
Ask Your Grooer
, For It
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