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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 15, 1911.
r&!G?mffy?WrfFF 'r-vwn- --""-. !r
in tiii: cnicurr couiit or Tim
l'lrat Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers. In Vrobatc In llio mnttrr
of tlic Instate bf riionms P. 'McTlghe,
Into of Honolulu, Territory of Hnwnll,
deceased. (Vrobnte No. 47L) A docu
input purporting to lie t le I.ust Will
unci Testament of Thotnns V, MeTIf lie,
lutoif Honolulu, Territory of Hnwnll,
deceased, having on the SOlh tiny of
Mnrrh. A. D. lull, been presented to
H.'ilil Probate Court, ntul it Petition for
Probata thereof, iirnyliiK f'"- tho Issu
iiik'o of Letters Testamentary to Alice
I'll no McTlghe, wlilow of said ilo
re.iKeil. having lieen lllcil hy Wllllnui
Hdnnril McTlHhe; It Is Ordered, Hint
Monlny, tho 24th day of Ai-rll, A. I).
1911. nt 10 o'clock u. in of khIiI liny,
it the courtroom of mild C'oitrt In tho
.Tudlclnry building, In tho City nnil
County of llonolulu, ho iinil the snino
In hereby appointed tho tlmo nnd place
for proving wild Will unci hearing said
iipiillcnllon. Diled, Itonoluln, MirrliHl,
A. 1 1011 Il- tho Court (Senl) V.
M HAllltlSON, ns-lslnnl clerk. Clr
I'tilt Court of the First Circuit. II 0.
Peters, nltnriiey for petitioner
4801 Apr. 1. S, IB. 22.
MPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
SI2ALI2D PROPOSALS, Indorsed
"Proposals for nn Air Compressor iiml
Accessories," will ho received nt tho
lliirenu of Ysrds nnd Dock", Navy De
partment, Washington, until 11 o'cloelc
ii. in., April 29, 1911, nnd then nnd
thero publicly opened, for one 3OO0-ruble-foot
nlr Compressor with lnter-
enolcr, uftercooler nnd nlr receiver, for
the central power plnnt, Itnlted States
Nnnl Stntlnn, Pcnrl Harbor, Hawaii.
I'lntii and spoclllcntlntis enn bo obtain
ed on application to the Ilureaii or to
the cciinuiniiilnnt of the, naval slntloti
nnineil It. C IIOLI.YOAY, Chief (it
Ilureiiu, March 27, 1911 4891 2v
ROSA & CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
Wo Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Street!
The Welkom Warmer
SIm 3V4x64 Inches, weight i
The only modern, 3nte, eftectho nnd
sensible suhstltulo for tho antiquated
Hot Water Dap.
No wnler to hent no rubber to rot
Will hint for jenrs,
Tho Wanner Is maito of metal heat
ccl within oho tuliitilo by1 tho lighting
anilln8crtliiii ot a paper tube con
taining u hliizelcts, smokeless nnd
odorless fuel gonorntlng n uniform
heat which lasts in or two hours at a
cost of less than ono cent- It Is cnried
to lit any portion of the body ami held
In placo by menus of n hag and belt
allowing tho wearer to movu about nt
AS A 1'AIX KIUIMI
Tho Wolkont Wnrmor has no oqtml.
It tan bo put Into constant action nnd
Is Indispensable In cases of rhettm.i
tlKtn, lumbago, ucurulgla, Bclatlcn.
Uy placing tho Warmer on the. af
fected part tho heat being dry, not
moist, ImKcs out tho cold, Physicians
Kny that tho moist heat ot tho hot wat
er bag will not euro but aggravate tho
ailments nhoo mentioned. -
Many liuvo bocn sold not a t'nglo
Rumple-to outnt Including Wanner,
bag bolt, coll and 10 tubes ot fuel scot
prepaid to any part of tho U. .-3. upo
lecelpt of $1.00.
If you wish to know more about this
wondeiful device wrlto today for freo
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
I0S I'ulton .St., Ji'cw York.
EVANS IS AFTER
IN THE FINALS
:: :t tt ts ts t: u a :t n n tt st :: :: u ,
11 SPORT CALENDAR. '
tt If Malingers of baseball and nth- St
St cr athletic teams wonld notify tho St
tt It tt I Ic 1 1 n of tho dates of pro- tt
tt imsed matches so that bucIi In- tt
tt formation could be placed Jn tho tt
tt sport calendar It would ho con- tt
St sldoiod u fnor. Address nil com- tt
tt munlcntlons to Sporting Kdllor, tt
tt II ii lie tin omco. tt
tt Saturday, April 15. tl
St Practlco Rugby (lame Mollllll tt
it tlrounds. tt
t Trnck Meet Kama. St. LouIb, St
tt McKlntcy High.
tt Hall Cmi Mnnla.
tt Sunday, April 16.
tt llascball. Athletic Park J. II. 8.
tt vs. II. .1. C., First tlnmo; Absi-
tt his nnd Anlas, Second.
tt Dnsebalt at Walpahu Witlpalui
tt s. IJwn. At Walanae, Wnla-
tt nao vs Alca.
tt Monday, April 17.
GREAT BALL TEAM
x i n
OF 2ND I
Played More Than Fifty
Games Testerday Af
ternoon. Hither Al C.mtlo or Wall meets Alh-
erlon Itlchards In tho llnnlt for the
Hull Cup this afternoon lit t o'clock,
depending on the result of tho llrth wt
whkh was stopped Inst evening when
tho games Mood two-nil. and which
will bo played off nt 3 this afternoon
Kor strong work that of Itlchards
yestinl.iy ufteruooii deserves mention,
for ho played off the set with Sinclair
Mini then went nfter Nun ell nnd played
;-;r i;:: :zz ;"" 5"; .''- -- n rr tam ln " M ", "n"
. i ii nMini :iiii f-:i i r:i itiiii:i i vh ia. turn- nuiiii
one m lien win u gel nun mo iiiai'.:: ,." , , r.
roltll, tt Kamehamchu at Alia Park.
The lunltli lielnpon lllelmrds nml " """""'"'-"V ,. "
Sinclair, which was carried over from' i nursoay, prn u,
II, n ,1,1V l.rfnr,,. una nlltp,l liv lllell- St Ilaskelball . M. (
Lieutenant Jackson Says They
Will Be Able To
"1 am going to Ikiau n ball nine that
will wipe the diamond wltl an) thing In
that lino In Honolulu or around Ho
nolulu," said Lieutenant Kranklhi I
Jackxon of tho Second Infantry lust
renlng hi dlxcttsslng athletics at Hclio
Jnckron Is an nrdent fan as well as
being some player lilnmelf, nnd tho
team ho wilt put Into the Held to repre
sent tho regiment when the other bat
talion arrives In July will bo something
A. vs. Ka-
Al present thero Is a good tenni In
jj tho two twittilloiis here, but there ant
I one or two men In tho otlwr battalion
tt whom Jackfou wants with bull suits
,, on beforo ho guys ho has tho right
.... ....,...,.., ,,.,o -... '' ... . . .. .. ., . ,, on lieforo ho says ho has tho right
mils taking the llrnt nnd third sotsl" mil nt l nl. . A. it
and losing tho second lo loc I Wednesday, April 19. tt ,0"
In the 11l.1v between Castle nnd Wnll ' IhKCball, C.rnnimar KcIichiI Uague tt: ono OI i"so maps is an o m hoiiiii-
in ine in.i iiriwrn urn nun " " I .. inimi tfnslnim inn Mn. M "" I-Ruer who has a loater which
there w.ro sexcrnl surprises, tho gnnie,, " -I ll S, Ka.llllim.iliu, Ma- t )u oycr n w
s.emwlng back and forth, first ono'. Kim. , " that about one iKiltir In a hundred can
Ink ng n inmio nnd then the other, nndi . , Friday, April i. ji , ... .
.. ... .. ... 1 Itnonlml I ,m.imnr& .nil Uinm 1 COIincCl Willi It.
It was tin- saino way with the sets. liniciian.uraiiininr iscimoi Lcaguo u
Wall took tho first and third, nnil' -Ceiitr.il (Jrnnimar s Puna-tt
Castle the sieonil nnd fourth sets, nnd , St lion, Punahoil. tt
I hen when they called It oh" on nceoiintl Sunday, April 23. tt
of il.irknoss. each bad two games In tho St O.iliu Leaguo Season Opens Two tt
tilth and deciding set. t (lames: I'ortURiivo s. Natho tt
This will bo plajisl off early this aft-1 St Kons; New Team vs. .Inpaneso. tt
einouii iiml the winner will meet Well-1 SS Hawaii Yacht Club Itaccs, I'carl it
aids In the Ilii'tW, which an- scheduled) SS Haihor Opening of Season. SS
to xtart nt 4 o clock. j Monday, April 24.
Cimllo and Wall both played strong naseliall Kams s. lllglis.
from tho start and wero iipparcntly Friday April 28
"'I'."1. r.rr:lLWl,e".,"..mr,.U:!'.VZ,riSS II.ikotIinll Kallhl vs Y. M
KINQ AND NUUANU STREETS
70K SALE AT AIL BAXI
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND 0 0.
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Sariei, Prop
AUDIT COMPANY OF
92 BETHEL STREET
1 0. Box 040
Conducts all classes of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Report)
on all kinds of financial work
Suggestions (,'ivcn for simplifying
or systematizing- office work. All
Charles E. Evans, Jr., the Golf
Champion, Intends to In- '
I'lrrnuiii'itST, n. c, April 3
Charles II Hvnus, Jr., tho now united
north and south champion, announc
ed today that It was iilmoit certain
ho would enter for the Ilrlllsh ama
teur championship at Prostwlck, Hng-
Innd, during tho week ot May 2!),
though thero might bo contingencies
to prevont his attendance,
Hvaus rounded out his visit Hero
with a rcmurkahlo sioro ot 71 made
lu four ball play with Donald Iloss,
u proresslonal, us a parlner against
National Amateur Champion William
C. Kownes, Jr., and Alexander Hoss,
(Jolf players hero express tho be
lief that Hvans will create itcn inoro
of a sensation In' Hugland than did
Walter J Trails.
Tait Grls Ton-Roiincl Decision
Over Chisholm at the
Willi four iouiuIh of haul busing
111 his fninr at tho Ohtuplc Club nt
iMiitill-i. Mi-MniniH of tho Now Orleans
lccclicd a llerco blow In tho body
that made blm sink to (hu ring lloor
with gnspi of palu and a hagg'inl fueo
whllo tho rcfeteo tolled off tho 10-
qtilrril seconds. A foul was claimed
on Jack Machado n Mexican boxer
fmiii tho Alhnny, but tho decision
was that tho punch was fair. Tlioso
lit tho rlngsldo dlsagroed as to tho
lialuio of Iho llnnl blow, but to all
appe.ii.inces It rnino after a fast ox
chnngo of right and left hooks. Ma
cliailu caught McMauus 011 tho Jaw
aud then shot a swift punch Just tin.
ilor tho lipjit
ICddlc Tait won a (en rntind deci
sion In iho main event icr Chisholm,
llghtMelght chaiuilou of llio Aslatli
siiiadrou 'I'll It used his left In gii-at
advantage Tho local hoxer foicod
tho gamo from tho utnrt lending and
feinting doxteiiuisly. Uy his ling
victory Tail let.ilns tho cluh light
wolglil gold holt ami tho cliuniilii-
Hhlp of tho Oilout.
BY WIRE IS ARRANGED
cnllul off at r,-3() as when they started
It was smash mid bang with theso i ,,
piayi-r, eacu kiviio; iuiii iiikiiik " i-'
of punlsliineiit ns they rnced from one
slilo of tho court to tho other, and 'tho
lu the Wchnrds-Nowell match, which
was IIiiIhIiciI Just as dark set In, tho
winner relied inoro for his points on
good placing of returns than ho did on
servhe, for this way weak long heforo
the end of tho match was reiuhed
Now ell with Ills Kouthp.uv continued
to hang them oxer tho net on Ids ser
vice. -serving' ns strongly when ft
tl was siunsh nnd bang with
Richards woq from Sinclair, C-3, 0-0,
Seml-nnals rtlchards won from No
well, 9-7, S-B, (1-4, B-7, 0-1.
1'antlei and Wall l-'lrst nnd third
sets to Wall, --', C-4: seioild nnd
fourth to ("axtle, 6-4, fi-.t: llfth set 2-'i
When postponed until this afternoon.
2 X- .2
IN TRACK MEET
Boys' Field This Afternoon
Scene of Last Events
of tfi3 Season.
A. nt Knllhl.
Saturday, April 29.
tt llascball Bt. Louis vs. Highs,
tt Saturday, May 6.
tt nascball St. Louis vs. Highs,
tt Monday, May 8.
tt Ilnsoball, Kams vs. St. Louis.
tt Monday, May 15.
K llascball Highs vs Kams.
Klneo the ilrjir weather eamo ln, tho
men at Heimlich! are getting Into nth-
Ictlcs strongly, ami hasehnlt Is taking
mot of their time.
In tho Fifth, the tennis havo been
playing company mulches, hut nun Iho
juiundron series Is on, ono team from
each miiiadron being In the Held
Within Kbort tlmo it series Ik to be
arranged between tennis of tho three
branches of tho sen lea stationed at
Kcbonehl, and then thero will bu some-
C. tt thing doing.
SS The envnlry Is sure of what they
have In tho hall line, but the nrtillcry
claim they linvo something good, nnd
ns for tho Infantry, why, Lieutenant
JnckMin says there will be nothing to
It after the second- onco gets going.
Nothing In the tuiHchntl lino nt Heim
lich! will he able to stop them
Hnch week thero Is u polo match
between olllccrs of the Klftli, nnd the
men nnd horses ore getting Into such
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
CASTOKIA. i a lutritilcHx suiistUtitu flu Cantor Oif,
Paregoric. Dront mill Suotliintr Svruni. It in
plcnHiuit. It coiiialsiM neither Opium, Illorpliino nor
other IVareotio Htibsltuicc (iVarcotlci H(ttpefj). It
ngoititK guarantee. It ilenfrciyi IVorniH ami allays
Fovcrinhncss. It ciirci Diarrhica ami Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd riatiileucv. It aiMiiuilatet tho Food, regulates
tho Stomach ami RotvelM, j;i vintj healthy and natural
sleep. Tho Children's Pan sice a Tho mother's
Tlio Jy SSa-t?- " l" crcry -wrnppcr
Ignnturo f ttJi ZcUlC if rciiuIiio C'nilorlii
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
''Mr pAtlcnti InTirliMy pral. Va Action of your
CMtorli." W. W. Tuny, M 1)..
I)Clo, N. V.
DartRnif mMlrid prnctlno I ki.,iw of trmt
C0W8wlimy-irrMturl. m pmK-rlN'-l nn.1 im-l
irlthgoodrMulu." K. Maiuiiitn,M )
Tonr Cterl In rrrlftlnlythe grflput tfmef
for chillrrn I know of. 1 knmr no piLir iim
prlcury ptcpsrluu nLlcli In 114 rqml.
1KB. bciiwASTCM D,
KaoKM Clij, Mo,
I dpo yoar Cvtorla and ajtl Ita u la all
faiuilka n bcro tberc aro rlilldrf n.'
J. V UistsaLi.M P.,
'TonrraerfaNtlic N-nl rrmedy In th worH
fnr rhlhlrt n ami the only otie I iipq anil rtcom
mouJ." Aut V. SwitUHD, M. I,
"Inaren.f-d yntirCaitnrUa. A pnrcalt In lb.
ra.,a of clnldrtn for jrara pa.l vitb molt happ
.fftel, and fall 1 ixlurte It a a. mte re mr-lf .'
II. I). DiKSaa, M. I) ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
SS Territory Tennis Championship SS good shapo now that somo great games
It Tnnrnninent. tt aro being played.
,, , - - tfl Tho regimental team of tho Fifth huaj
Hhot put W. Kninnlonllf, O. Kno
nohl, II. Noah, 11 Hose
Hammer throw W. Kamaloplll, 13.
Noah, W Apnu, W. Sanborn.
ltelay team II. flodfrey. C. Hoscn,
A. KalnnlhulH, O Manoha, A. Alan.
St Louis Cobecc names were not
available last night
SS SS tl
not been picked ns yet for tho Honson,
J but the otllcers nro shnplng up so well
that those who will wenr tho colors will
be known soon.
SS SS tt
DOTS AND DASHES. '
By JACK DENSHAM.
Bill cannot go to school today
Aches In his youhtful head.
The office boy mutt stay away
His old grandmqther's dead.
The caihler has to keep a date .
Down at the bank with Brown,
The bott Jutt called me In to state
He's a'ng out of town.
No matinees the theaters 'bill,
For, ghsstly to relate,
The ushers have been taken III
They could not mind the "gate."
The elevator's "on the pig,"
The cop has left the beat;
But certain street cars overflow
Those marked "Valencia street."
I'roxtnu O. Orwlg, Held secretary of
the Itoy Scouts of Amerlcn, who Is
making it tour of tho West and N'nrlh
cnt. Mends cheerful reports of tho
work now- being done among boys. Ho
snS's that the Scout-masters nro men
of unusual caliber, nnd have remark -
able tact and Inlluence In hnndling
hoys, llo reports that his explanation
of tho alms of tho Hoy Scout move
ment Is eradicating wrong Ideas that
the movement Is training loys for w-pr
IMirar H Martin of Columbus Is re
ported os doing excellent work jwlth
his hoys nnd Is planning nn exhlDltton
of Hoy Scouts activities In June. I'mm
Chlengo Orw'lg j-epnrts Hint since tho
iiuiniK'iiimuiHi im mi- iim-ninii ft"?
Scouts with tho noy Scouts of Amer
ica the work hns boon progressing fine
ly nnd hundreds of boys nro Joining the
TWO MORE DAYS (Monday and Tuciday) TO GET USEFUL
DRY GOODS AT BELOW COST PRICES
Space permits the quoting of only a few price, but everything
In the storo it priced in accordance with the ones printed belowi
Tt Yardtof GINGHAM '. J1.00
12 Yardt WHITE MUSLIN 1.00
WHITE and GRAY COTTON BLANKETS for 65
WHITE COTTON TOWELS, 10c, on tale at 5e each
MEN'S OVERSHIRTS at 25e each
MEN'S UNDERWEAR ....,. 20c each,
BOYS' WASHABLC PANTS 15e a pair
Be one of our proht-tharing buyers on the closing talo dayt.
Yee Chan & Co.,
KING STREET, AT THE CORNER OF BETHEL
I wander In to quench my thrltt,
One lone bartender stands.
Tho Pnptnln Sam lienedt Is on nt
tho Orphcum Thenter this nfternoon,
nnd there should bo n big crowd pres-
I ent to neo ono of tho best mallne-s
!eer put on In Honolulu and to help
I out Iho old mariner With tho cimh Tho
theater Is hi charge of a coinmltteo up
Quoth he, "The others got there first," pointed to look after Captain Sam's In-
Thl nfternoon nt tho Hoys' field,
tho tinck imet between Ht. Iiuls, Me
Kinky High School and Kniiiehamelm
will be held, niuL-thc nthlotcx ot tho
thrte Nchoohi will tal.o part lu what
wlU bo tho last track iniet of the bea
con. 1 '111111 now on tho attention nt tho
sclfiiola will he ileiotcd to basth.ill, anil
trnik events will stand at tho back un
til iiunthir season mllx annual. -
The enliles-rioin Mt'Klnlcy High and
McKinley High School.
100-ynrd il.ish Win lloa, Chas.
J2-aril tldsh f'nloinon Hoe, Win.
I'oV Jixoph I'nlrhl I
ll-ard i!.ih- t'iarenco Dyer, Win ,
IIihii. Jiurph Slim. Ileniy Yap, Ltsleri
Minus, IIIIIMIIIKII. i
"jn-i.ird hurdles Win Itosn, Lester' SANTA CHL'Z. Apr 1 Illghty lead-1 Tho Y M A basketball boys had
Miii'-m. Jnpb Sllva. ling tennis plners are expted to en- n surprise party last evening, when
Half mile Joseph Dwlght, Poo Kan ter the rnellle States hlwn tennis ns-! they ero tHinmed III grenl sluipe.
la i. -lias Knlle.
Oi-i) mllo run Joseph
And Aadly waves his hands.
I ask him what has hit the town.
In accents far from gay.
"Wake up, you boob" this with
"They're playing BALL today!"
n s; tt
EIGHTY TENNIS PLAYERS
i terests In the box olllce.
I JInch dny glies mnro evld'tico of
a baseball, nnd tho fans now know that
! tho sZ-ason Is In full swing Tomorrow
I there are games at Athletic l'.trk, nnd
I In the Sugar Lenguo, while on Monday
the nrauimnr School Lengno opens, and
, ...i.. .. ,.,.li i.n laid! -, II... m.-llltir
. - r rx v ai lr.ili.l " i.v .... .... .,..i ,. ..........
LN I th I UUliNLY sisison of tho Oahu lenguo Is on,
- - ...-- - v -
Hoclntlon meet to Im hold hern JUnn They wero vntrlilng tho Wrong man
l!i to 25. iiinoug thefti being Slav Hut-, and whllo thoy were guarding lihn nn-
ton, rioronoo Sutton, 111km llotchklvs. otlur chap-clipped soveral baskets over
Maurlis, Mi'l.aiiKlilln, Thomas llundy on them
nnd M. 11 l.omr Tho tournnmentsl
hereti,oro hnvo been held nt Del Wehnm'n hack to Sieve, who returns
Monte, but It Is understood that the! todny from Hllo to tuko oxer tho sports
Kan 1,1-e, Ah lihn, Mux
Hainiwr throw Kenuetli Abies, I.es
ter Murks, Joseph Silvia
Vole wiult niien rushlngh.im, -l
freil Cailer cbiinge to Snnln Cms will be permit-' dealt on the Advertiser again. Stete
Hluli luiun Joshua Vrult, llhen pent The mutches will take pl.tco on hns hndfn chniige of scene wlilln riln-
Ciishlngham, Joseph Slltn, Solomon new trlplo eniirts now hilng construct- nlng the Hnwnll Herald and should
Hoe led adjacent to tho Hotel Casa del Iley. como back In his duties here with lots
"The Pioneer Plumber"
182 MERCHANT ST. TEL. 1931
W o o h I y II u 1 1 1 1 n 51 cr ji-.ir,
NIJW YOIIK. Apr. 1 -IK lulls halo
been ciuiipli-ti.l for the telegraphic
hnullug i-ontest between Now York,
Chicago, I'ltlshuig, Clevelanil, l'ort-
luuil, Seattle ami Montreal, for the
Thnmpi-ou tropbv, ilnunted hy tho pros
blent of tho New York irtl.ti tie chili,
The tournament will bo held on ,M'rll
"3 It Is to bo nn annual affair lure
uftcr. Tiiiuis will iniislst of live men, with
two substitutes' allowed. I inch dub
will bowl on Its own nlleys Thu
Western teams will begin bowling nt
7 o'clock Hnntern time: tho Mlddlo
West tennis nt !) o'clock nnd tho Ilist
(ili teams nt 10 o'clock.
Tho first flvo frames nnd tho totnl
scoro of each gnmo nro lo be tele
graphed to nil tho different eonirtctltig
Shot put Joseph Sllva, Henry
Solomon Hoc, Too Knn Lie
IlioiuP Jiirnp-rWin ' Itosn, lllrn
naka, l.hcn Ciishlnglinm.
110-jnid ilftsli- II. Oodfrey,' 11
sen. U Muiinha,
220-jaril dash II Oodfrey. (1
nalia. C llnsea, Ainu
410-yiird dash A Alan, II (lodfrey,
SSO-yard dash II flodfrey, (I Ihn
Jumln, S Luhlail, I' Kalanl
220-jard hurdles i: Xoah, II. Va
Ida, W Walnleulo.
Ono mile n ilcnjnmln. It. Mnller, J
High Jump A. Knlnulhuln, I) Hlpn,
i: Xoah, W. Walalenle.
Hroad Jump A. Knlnulhuln, C! Ho
sen, W Walalenle, 12 Nonh.
lilli VHiilt W Kumnloplll, 12 N'ouh,
J. Kuulil. I) Hlpu.
"Many n man Is a 'good Juilgo of
bad wbiskuy,' nnd many another a
'had Judgo of good whiskey', said tho
innjor. ''I've tried nil tho Honolulu
bars, and now 1 know where to go
Tho Kashlon Is tin) only house that
has ten-year-old I.avey Whiskey
nnd, hellrvo me' ago Is what counts'."
That tennis thlsvnfternoou promises
well, iiml for tho llnal round thero
should he a lot of spectators Hlrhurils
did some good work jesterdny, playing
inoro than fifty gnines during the afternoon.
Ksillll Hoy and Ited will stnrt nt 5
o'clock this afternoon on tho Knplolnnl
trsi k for a purso of 1201 The former
will he ridden by Oplopln nnd the l.lt
tir hy Tasultai
nimby practise l on this ufternoon
and the members of the recently
gnnlzed rugby nssoclatlnn will ho out
nt moiiiiii grounus ni s-au in irvinem
seh ea out
Vi t c ti I y II u 1 1 e 1 1 n tl per I car.
Try bnrd . wnrlf
us- u rotnedy for
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