Newspaper Page Text
f. "j-ir, iffl.' ; v ' -nr-; -wsry-y "&'( ''
THE EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., MARCH 7, 18t)9.
FOR THE SEASON!
Sig PERFUMES gigi
Roger and Collet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Malle Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Germania Life Insurance Co.
V Of NEW YORK.
' ASSETS $23,723,677. 13
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 257I5995
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623 . 84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders e.. 624.720. 07
Life Annuities' paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and burrenders paid to foucy Holders 11,632,424.06
TI10 Qorinniita Ihsiios nil tho l.itost mid most II bo nil oriin of Xilfo, Instul
tnant, Inoomo Dividend, Endnwtnnnl or llonil Pollclos.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Agents.
EMMETT MAY, Manager.
1029 . 210 King street, Honolulu.
ATHLETICS IN THE SCHOOLS
Correspondent Mikes Sorao Suggestions
Baseball Team Should Be Made Up Wholly of
Students Outsiders Render No Real As
sistance Exherknc In the States.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S ky
'BECAUSE 5T APPEALS TO HIS
palate: for taste
AMD HIS JUUSMEitfiT TOR PURITY
W. G. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Telephone 2SJ"o. -4-
eLephone 92. P. O. Box 145
H. E. McIWTYRE & BRO.,
. . . .'IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods received by every paoket from tbe States and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All ordora faithfully attended to, and goods delivered
TO ANY PAHT OP THE OITY FREE.
General Agents for the Sauitarimn Brand of Health Foods.
Island Order 8oliolted. Satisfaction Guaranteed
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
imilllllllCa OUIU UII 1H31UIIHIC1U3. ICMU1I& dim IVCaillli.
Parts and Needles for All Machines.
L. F. PRESCOTT,
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine
LOCK AND CHAIN STITCH COMBINED.
FORT, NEAR HOTEL STREET,
HONOLULU, II. I.
If 11 .J ll.l 1
On tho Mnhlutn wo rocolved a largo lot of tho Latest Styles
in SURHFA'3, PIIYKrONd and ItOAD CAItTS, which wlU make
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
"W. -W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
1034 V FORTISTUEET, ABOVE HOTEL.
Bulls for Sale!
A liniited number of young grade
Devnn, Durham ana noisiein uuus.
Thp --.Ires of these Bulls are thor
ou ibred, pedigreed stock, from the
w'.l-lnown Oakland Park Stock
Fi. m.'and La Siesta (F. H. Burke)
lLiKl herds. For further partial
Or C. BREWER & CO.,
Tenders will be received at the
Office of Bruce Waring & Co.,
PROGRESS BLOCK, uplto Satur
day jioon, March nth, 1899, for the
construction of a Street on the
"PACIFIC HEIGHTS". The
right is reserved to reject any or all
Specifications can be had at our
BRUCE WARING & CO.
Editoh Evening Bulletin:
It is sntd that Prof. Ilosiner of
Punuhou rando nu appeal last
wook to tbo etudonts of tho college
to support its baseball toam, by
nttondiug and showing n greater
interost in tho series of games
now boiug playod with Kanieha
Bud it is that such nn npppnl
was neccsBary and it certainly
would not Imvo ouanrrotl, if ath
letics at Puuahou wero oouduoled
as thoy should bo in an institu
tion of its standing. How enn
Prof. Hodiner expect bis studont
body to tako keen interest in a
bnsoball team which is composed
of only three or four of their fel
low studouts, tho remainder being
business men and ono a teacher,
souio of theso graduates of Puna
bou and some not, as instnnced by
Mr. Gay and Mr. Babbitt? I am
old that Mr. Gay was novor evon
so much as a student at Punahou
and hi.s no connection with tbo
colleco whatever. Mr. Babbitt is
simply an employco of tbo insti
tution, os an instructor.
Does anyono doubt that nuito a
difl'orout interest would bo shown,
if Punahou's etudonts could bavo
the privilege of ohooring on to
victory a baseball toam of nino
It is claimed by hor gradu
ates that Punahou has not
enough good baseball players to
form an under-graduato team.suf
ficiently strong to defeat tbo bona
fido student toam which does
honor to Karaebameha CoIIpdo
athletics. Evon eo, wheru is the
glory Punahou would derivo,
should thoy, with tho rmtchod un
team of men thoy now prusout, de
feat tho team of Kamohamoha
boys, unlikely ob such an event
appears, when the scores of the
throo games already played aro
borne in mind? Would not da
feat to a pure studont toam bo far
more acceptable to Punuhou. than
yiotory to tho team sho now puts
in tue neid to compote with Jia
Iho writor is somewhat ac
quainted with tbo terms and con
ditions governing theso matches,
all tho moro credict to tho manly
boys of Kainohnmeha, that they
confine thoir team to their student
ranks, instead of calling upon tho
services of outsiders. May they
always win if thoy follow this
The essential foaturo of success
ful baseball vis team-work, flow
in tho world can this over bo 0 von
hoped for at Punahou, if their
present mothods continuo? Tho
few Btudonts who are given a
ohanco can ouly work in a half
heartod way, tor when 8uturduy
comes thoy may expeut to bo "put
on the boncli" to mnko room for a
business man. How difforout nt
Eamehameha; overy boy of tho
team has his whole beart in bin
work; they pull together and knou
each 0 her, and just what to ex
pect of oyery other boy in tbo
iti.iu, ouuiuiijr moy nru inonuS
which meaus a great doal. If ono
makes an error durinc t in mntnh
he has not to fear tho humiliation
of being taken out and iophieed
by an outsider, who is nut oven
ono of his own follows. TJiev
continually gain coou'di-nce
which the present Puuahou li-nm
sadly lacks and will novor enjoy.
There is ouly ono remedy und it
is tho Bttmo iiB w&s found neces
sary sevoral years ago, by the
hundred or moro schools forming
tho National Interscholastio Ath.
Ass. in the States. For a long
titno they strucgled along wilh
graduates, instructors and oecu
sional outsiders in thoir runks. In
many instancos schools wero found
omploying instructors solely for
thoir ability to strengthen the per
sonnel of tho schools' athlotio
teams. Rivalry between schools
increased this evil until no specta
tors wero interostod, except those
who dosired to bet money on the
results of competitions Naturally,
good, healthy sport was crowded
out of many schools qnd fair com
petition became unknown. Now
pure, oloan, intersoholastio snort
nourishes; nil contestants must be
boua-fido studonts; toaohors and
graduates may only act as coach
era and in this capacity aro of
great assistance to uuder-gmdif
alee. Tppin-work is dovoloped
beoaUBo studouts find time to prac
tise togethor, nud it is congenial
practise too; these benefits thoy
never enjoyed as long as others
than their fellow studonts wore
called in to praotiso irregularly
with thorn, and few busincbs mou
can afford tiino to do otherwise.
IfPunahou cannot at tbo start
produco a Btrong student toam,
hotter Buffer defoat than allow
young talont to remain undovolop
ed. Givo tho weak players a
clinnco to play regularly nud thoy
will como around all right. With
out tho opportunity they will
never dovelop and Punuhou will
never havo a student team. If tbo
list of enrolled students is so vor
small that that natural rivals
novor can be met with success in
fair competitions, then combiuo
forces with some other Bchool,
ralhor than with business mon;for
instance, Punuhou and tho High
School combined, can surely pro
duco material which, with earnest
practiso and coaching, would bo in
tiino n strong rival for Kamoha
moha. Thus given a start, both of
theso schools will in a year or two
develop material for individual
teams, as boys who now have no
bono of playing well onouh to
hold thoir own with graduates
bavo no oncouragomout to como
out and try.
This is suggested by a "rank
outsidor" who has watched athle
tics in those sahools for a vear
and who enjoys sports for sports'
snKo alone, sso tair minded spec
tator can watch tbo present sories
of baseball matches and fail to
admiro tho healthy recreation de
rived from it by tho clean, gootle
manly toam of boua-fido Eameha
meha students. Their uniform
appearance in tho field is also do
serving of fuvorable comment.
It seems strange that n college
of Punahou's Btacding, could al
low theso nativo boys to sot it
such nu example. May Punahou
see tho error of her way and make
some decidedly noeded improve
ments. Thoir Mr. Babbitt must
know tho proper course, if ho was
interested in athletics at Williams
College, to the extent ho nppears
to havo been. Ilia ability as n
coach and doveloper of young ma
terial ib ot groat valno to Puunhou
and gives hor n decided advantago,
other things beiug equal.
Honolulu, March G, 1809.
Is tho characteristic of Hood's Sarsnpa
rill.i, and it Is manifested every day In tho
rcmarkablo euro this mcdlcino accom
plishes. Druggists say: When wo sell a
bottlo of Hood's Snrsapnrllla to a new
customer wc aro suro to sco him hack in a
few weeks after moro proving that tho
good rcsulti from a trial bottlo warrant
continuing Its use. This posltlvo merit
possesses by virtue of tho Peculiar Com
bination, Proportion and Process used In
Us preparation, and by which all the
remedial vnluo of tho Ingredients used
is retained. Hood's Sarsaparilla 1b thus
Peculiar to Itself and absolutely un
equalled In Its powers as a blood purifier,
and as a tonic for building up tho weak
and weary, and giving strength to tho
nerves. Do suro to get
Sold by all druggisti. fl;slxforS. Pre
pared only by C. I. Hood ft Co., Apothe
caries, Low ell, Mass.
Real Estato and Insurance.
w,!,- r:n arc tlui only nllli tot.iko
iiuuu a i ina HlilIooil,ss.irs.tirllla.
Hotels and Restaurants.
For somo timo, I havo suffored
with rheumatism and tried overv
imapinablo remedy, without effect.
Mr. F. G. S. Wells advised mo to
try Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
tolling mo thnt it had cured many
cases of long standing like miuo.
I havo used four bottles and feel
suro that ono moro bottlo will
mako my euro comploto. A. P.
Kontz, Olareraoro, Ark. Sold by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Last Car.
The last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki nnd Paloma
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
cleverost mixologists in tho city
are thero always to put you up
anything you runy desire. Drop
in and tako n drop before you take
tho car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beer is to bo hod horo on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tbe
famous A. A. Jesso Moore Whisky
otc, always on hnnd. Tho most
exacting and varied demands can
be natisfiod. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to pleaso its patrons.
It Is not often that strangers come Into a
community and In less than two months
Set the Pace In their particular line of
business, yet this is what we have actual
ly done In the photographic trade here In
Honolulu. Our competitors Laughed
tit na at first, now thev endeavor to copy
us In every way not only In the work
done for the amateur, but also In the
advertising line as well. Could a more
complete acknowlegement of our superior
ity be possible?
Beaver - Lunch
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Goffoo
AT ALL uonua.
THE FINEST D1UNDB OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Board, by the
:: Near the New Theater
Best Meals in the City !
Proparod and sorvod by whllo cm
ployoos. Opoil dayand night.
1160 0. T. OOW, Mnnagor.
LIFJS and FIEE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
iETNA Fire Insurance Company
Brucs Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
llonoy to Loan on Mortgages.
Wd abb aoents for
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Firo Insurance To. of Phila.
Rooms y an 3. Telephone &ii.
Real Estate Broker.
209 MERCHANT ST.
Chlnoso Gmnlto Hltthlne
Posts, $ each.
Property In town.
HOUSI23 TO LET,
W. C. ACHI & CO,
Brokers & Dealers
CtT Wo trill 15uy or. Hell Heal Estate In
ill parts of tho group.
CeT Wo will Soil Properties on lkason.
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
FINH SEA BATHING AND MOUNTAIN
Alt Trains to ni from Honolulu I
Stop it the Hotel 1
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
J. W. CHAPMAN
Announces to tho public that ho Ih now
opon for ongagomontii to tako chargo of
Banquets, Halls, Dlnnors and Oardon
Parties, Socials, oto.
Addros.i euro Union Kxpross Company
leal Estate ni Coltolnu
OFFICE, C32 FORT STREET.
OFFICII Xo. IB Knnhiiuianii streot,
Honolulu. Formerly A. Itos.i's nllleo.
Unltod Slatos C'liMoin Hoiisb llrokor,
Aifonntiiiit, Sfurchor of 'Iltlos and
Oonoral IliiMiiohH Agent.
Tolophono ra) 1024
JAS. F. MOItOAX,
Membti ol Honolulu Stock Exchange.
P. O. Doi jm.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
KEAII HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
Finit-claFH moals, undor tho miiorvls
I on of a wlilto man, Borvod from 6 a. in.
l'dstonico Ilox 112.
A First-class Kosort In
Tho best 25-cont meat to bo had
ICE CREAM IB CENTS A PLATF.
LOOK HOP .t CO.,
riorotnnla and Fort streots.
General Manager ot
Fhe Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United titatea lor tho Hawaiian
OrFcw: Merohanl street, Honoluln 1
JAS. F. MORGAN,
0OTIONKKH AND 8TOOK I1KOKKU
No. ih Qauco Btrcct.
&tnto nnd Furnitnrc
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock nnd Bond Brokor.
Member of the Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Ofllce Quoon Mruot, opposlto Union
Telephone jo6. P.O. Box jtj. im.
Rooms 2, a und 4, Lpvc Building.
MR. HARRY KLEMAH3 destres.to Inform
the residents of Honolulu and the nelRhhoi
Ing Islands that he' has taken over the
management of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE
RESORT, and will run the same with a
view to the entire comfort of his patrons.
Everything will be supervised and carried
on In first-class style, but the charges will
still remain moderate. Visitors Intending
to locate at the beach for a short season, or
rAIvnna4 lt Alll.l .Ia vetAll 4a InnAi lt
fcuuuiicmiy. wuuiu uu well iu nojfci mr
accommodation llanlwal provides, prevlouj
to maxing tneir selection. 1 1 21
TURNERS AM) TOUSHERS f kln j, 0, Nl, ,
WooJi. CALAIIASIirS In stockanjlo orJer.
.... - "epalrt EHecte J.
KING STRLET. . NEAR ALAPAI.
534 FORT ST., '
-Near corner o Chaplain Una
Cleanlnc and Repairing at Short Notice,
mm ii. .us .-. ,'u.ivic manner