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KVKNIMJ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. It.. FMDAY, .. "'URY 6, lOOfi.
The UltleAds with
floo Phro 8, NSW TO -
10 citizen laborers to work on tho Ha--nalel-llacna
road, Kauai, at J 1.00
per day, bouie and fuel furnished
trio. Apply to Geo. Mundon, liana
Icl, Kauai. 32481m
Good pasture for 12 cows. Address,
stating price, to It., 1. O. Dox 119.
HOUSE On Vineyard St
HOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Wnlty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Stroot.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
ties. Houses In all rarts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnlxhcd room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
.83 Ucrctanla St. 3270-lw
Cottage In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwfJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
.Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
ry furnished mosquito proof rooms.
A 81 Vineyard St. 2723-tt
finished rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Vrs. McCoanell. 2663
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Tcmplo fez. Finder return to this
offlco for reward. 3271-tf
Our $65 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand S feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
Solo Agent for Islands. Box 184.
IN VICTOR RECORDS
GERG8TR0M MU8IC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDG.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 3S6. P. O. Box 04S
Hawaiian Ballasting ' Company.
Best black sand from (2 to (3 a load
according to distance hauled. Cora
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea Si; P. O. box 820.
Telapaone Main 396.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Ventura d. (any color) and cleana
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
slakes employees. 520 King SL
i Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
asl dyad. 537 Beretanla BL
Vot novaa-help, phone White 2891, Ma
tiki. General Employment Office,
Mr. Pensacola and Beretanla.
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish.
log. TakaU, 1284 Fort SL
11 tn In l( 1 & j 1 ' R ttA9EHytl'nJlllll
lilol i cIjIj llKfiL I UK i
the B!g Results
DAY, for Now Ads.
Beef cattle for sale at Ka-
11 hnfcu Hnnph. Knit. Ha.
The fluent assortment, (In the Islands)
of smokers articles, Imported from
Kngland; Including a large stock of
three II goods In fancy cases. Also
all the leading brands of Clear Ha
vana and Domestic cigars and Egyp
tian and TurkUh cigarettes, at tho
lowest prices. Ladles or others de
siring to mako Holiday gifts to smok
ers, u ro Invited to call and Inspect
tho slock beforo buying elsewhere.
Myrtlo Cigar Store, Fort Street.
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave, 4 bed r., olec. wlro, ono block
from 2 car lines, lot 50x85; $2250
Easy payment. P. K. It. Strnucb,
Wnlty Bldg., No. 74 King St.
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental treos
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punohou
College. Address R, F, this offlce.
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
ono to two years old. Apply R. G
Box 40, Llhu'e, Kauai. 32CC-lm
Gold-trimmed back combs, cheap. Sang
On Kec, Jeweler, 130 King SL, opp.
City Market. 3250-lm
Trunk, cost HO; wilt sell for J12. Ad
dress Trunk, P. O. Box 254.
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. S. K.. Bulletin.
FOR 'SALE OR EXCHANGE.
4 lots at Kapahulu tract, for cash or
boiso, carrlago and cow. Address
X.. Bulletin. 3209-lw
GEORGE E. 8ABIN,
ROOM 14, MAGOON BLDG.
TEL. MAIN 391
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AN.D
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PIAN1 COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerboms
of h. K. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel SL,
oppostto Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union drill.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed,
linos Bros., Union above Hotel St.
ror nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shoo. 1111 Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
In Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 3 Hotel and Union.
'You know, my dear, we cannot llvo on cheett and kltiei.'
"Thin why not leav the natty old cheoe out?"
jUUEfet'4 ' && jfe.
Sockcr football will bo ushered In
on Saturday and those who care for
the less rough game of football will bo
gUcn a chanco to see some clever play
ing. This season should produce tho
best ball of this kind that has ever been
teen here. The boys bavo all had Just
enough experience to play rant ball.
All tho teams aro out practicing dally
and tho report comes that each team
has a long list of players to chooso
(mm It la i-prtnln thnt there Is much
more Interest being taken In ihe gamo
by tho ularcrs than over before.
The flrBt game Saturday will bo
played between the Diamond Heads and
lolanls. The Diamond Heads have a
last combination of players with such
runners as Fernandez and En Sue.
Olcason and J. Clarko are also good
men who will wear the red and white.
Tho lolanls ore being coached by
Blackman, who has developed a fait
team that play as ono man. Team
work Is tho principal that these boys
will play on. Such men as Anderson,
Woo. Blackman and Kellett will be
teen In their line-up.
A second game will be played between
Punahou and the Malles. l'unahou bus
the strongest team In the Held this year
that they havo ever entered. Bob Mc
Cbrrlston, their captain, has put tho
lads through a practice that should tell
in the match. Geo. Fuller and Clarence
Cooke aro In tho game and both are
fast men. Joe Pa, Bill Campbell, Jas.
Cockburn and Bob Catton aro a Bamplo
of the players that will support tho
Blue and Gold.
Tho Malles will line up about as last
year with their long lUt of old Mar.
This team will bo made up of players
who have had the most experience aud
obould again make a strong bid for
The Diamond Heads and lolanls will
line up as follows;
Diamond HeadsWill Chllllngworth,
goal; Eddie Desha, R. Clarke, full
backs; Oleasou, J. Clarke, Urune,
balfs; K. Crowes, E. Fernandez, A. Wil
liams, a. Desha, En Sue, forwards.
lolanls J, Kca, gual; J. Carter, J,
Kellett, full backs; Mon Yin, M. And
erson, E. Kellett, halts; E. Kca, Bolster,
J. Anderson, J. Woo, Blackman, for
Tho I'unahousand Malles will line up
l'unahou A. Catton, goal; Geo. Ful
ler, BUI Soper, full backs; I.owrey, lr
wine, McCorrlston, halfs; Dob Catton,
Jas. Cockburn, Joe l'a, C. II. Cooke, J,
Malles Dutsenberg, goal; McGlll,
Anderson, full backs; Doll, .Center,
Davis, halts; Bailey, Grey, Cattcral,
Simpson, Bailey, forwards.
Bob Fitzslmmons la a deserted hus
l.and. Following his downfall at the
hands of O'Brien, when he lost tho
light heavy-weight and middleweight
championship, ho lost his actress-wife.
Julia May Gilford, his wife, had gone
with a handsomer man.
The former Idol of pugdom admits
tils triple misfortune and mentions In
cidentally that Mrs. FitzslmmonB be
fore leaving him converted a 132,000
bank account Into a succession of ciph
ers nnd made herself custodian of a
collection of Jewelry valued at $100,000.
IN THE REALM OF SPORT
Stlcklett, the pitcher of "spit ball"
fame, Is now pitching on the Pacific
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Mrs. Brown recently won the cham
pionship of tho San Francisco golf
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Wm. Hucston has been declared pool
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Knoxvlllc, Tcnn., Dec. 23. In a
wrestling match here tonight Billy AM-
wards of Portland, Or., won two out of
three bouts with Charles Leonard of
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New York, Dec. 25. At tho annual
meeting of the executive committee of
the National Lawn Tennis Association
last week Deals C. Wright of Boston
was placed at the head of all experts
In tho country: Holcombo Ward of
Orange, N. J., was ranked second, with
W. A. Lamed of Summit, N. J., and W.
J. Clothier of Philadelphia next on tho
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Willie Hoppc and Maurice VIgnaux
will meet In France on tho 8th of this
month to decide tho billiard champion
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Amos Rusle, perhaps tho greatest
pitcher that ever lived, will be given
another chance on the diamond.
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Coach Yost favors the new 10-yard
mlo In football.
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James IS. Sullivan, secretary of the
A. A. II., Is trying to form un alliance
with the English Amateur Athletic
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Tho University of California wauts
uo more Eastern football coaches.
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Walter Camp, the highest football
authority, has picked the following
players for the All-American team:
End, Shevlln, Yale; tackle, Lameon,
Pennsylvania; guard, Tripp, Yale;
center, Torrey, Pennsylvania; guard,
Burr, Harvard; tackle, Squires, Har
vard; ml, Glaze, Dartmouth; quarter,
Eckersall, Chicago; half, Roome, Yale;
half, Hubbard, Amherst; full, McCor
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Mrs. Ellsworth, a lady bowler, re
cently averaged 209 1-5 In fhe games
In San Francisco.
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Now York, Deo. 23. The 14th tourna
ment between Columbia, Harvard, Yale
nnd Princeton ended this evening, when
Harvard was declared the winner with
Vli games won and 2'4 losL
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Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 23. In a basket
bull game, which bore a striking rc-
Bcmblance to football In point of rough
ness, Yale uereated the Atlanta Athletic
Club team here tonight by a score of
81 to 19.
THE SQUARED CIRCLE
Tom O'Rourke has offered Tommy
Ryan and Jack O'Brien a match.
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Jack O'Brien has accepted a ten
weeks engagement of $700 per week
with a show.
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FitzslmmonB was 43 years old last
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Tommy Mowatt will light Dick Hy
land at Colma on the 30th of next
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Wllle Lewis Is training In San, Fran
cisco to meet Wllllo Fitzgerald at Col
ma... ., i
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Wllllo Ilrltt will manage a boxing
club In San Francisco.
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Sam Berger Is looking for a match
Joo Cans and Sullivan aro training
lor their, coming flghL
John Willie and At. Kaufman will
meet In the near future at Col inn.
Mike Schrcct claims that be was
robbed out of the Uoclslou over Daw
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Jabcz White will begin tho new year
by boxing Bob Russell twenty .rounds
at Birmingham, England, on January
14. White will probably visit America
before another twclvo months passes
and meet all comers.
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Al. Nell has been matched to light
Joe Thomas at Vallcjo on January 11.
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Jeifrlcs refuses to recognize O'Brlcn'a
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Boxing has again been stopped In
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Jack O'Brien now has a valcL
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Now York, Dec. 27. Several East
ern turfmen havo mado the suggestion
that the Coney Island Jockey Club or
llio Brighton Beach Racing Associa
tion should mako an oiler to tho Wash
ington Park Club of Chicago to run tho
ni-iious American Derby In this pari
of the country next year,
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Alebrt Fir, a 30 to 1 shot, won at
Frisco on tho 27th.
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Successful raclnir Is lmlm- lmM .,1
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Jockey Kent had a bad fall at Los
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Bearcatcher won the special raco at
Ascot Park, Cos Angeles, on December
THE AGE LIMIT
Fitzslmmons was 43 years old Init
I June, and is tho oldest man who ever
has entered the ring In America In an
engagement as pretentious as that last
Wednesday night, says tho Chicago
Tribune. Jem Maco was nearly 41
years old when ho fought Joe Coburu
for the world's heavyweight champion
fchlp at Bay St. Louis, Miss., and Joe
Coss was close to his fortieth year when
he lost tho championship to I'addy Ry
an. In general, a man is suppoted to
reach his athletic prime between .0
anl 30. This has been considered ts-
reclally truo of fighters. John L. 8u.
I llvan was champion at 23-24; Jim Cor-
bctt ,-U 2C-30; Fitzslmmons, middle-
weight champion at 29, heavywcUnl
chamnlon at 31. Qans wns llzhtwi-luht
cnampion at io, and Ktlll holds tho title
at zy; Mcuovern won the bautamwclghl
(htunplonthlp at 20 and tho feather
weight championship before ho was 21
I Hid lost it at 22. "Vouug" Corbctt was
featherweight champion tt 21-23: Jim
J my Brltt at 24-25; Battling Nelson I?
cimmpion at 23. And so the list goea
Ball players, as a rule, are out at 4a
and to are the representatives of al
most all sports, especially those requlr
' Ing great activity. Whoever heard of
.a leading tennis player 40 years of agoT
Prize, fighting Is supposed to call forth
a man's supreme physical powers, botb
In offensivo tactics and In defensive
powcrB of endurance. Therefore, the
spectacle of a man 43 years of ago In
tho ring against a skillful fighter near
bis prime affords an Interesting Illus-
tratlon of tho possibilities of a man ro
taming nis powers in good condition.
FitzslmmonB always has been credited
with temperate habits. Ha laid the
foundation of. strength In hard manual
labor In his youth as a blacksmith, auu
has not shnttercd this foundation by
dissipation after attaining fame and
money, as most successful fighter,)
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The New Year tennis tournnmeut
held at Ewa plantation was a lingo
tuccess. Matches were alt closely con
tested and some fine play was tho re
sult. Following Is tho sumoiary of play:
Brolan and Schlefer won from Ed'
wards and Paul mere, 0-3, 6-2.
Rcnton and McLean won fiom
O'Dowda nnd Guild, C-4, 7-5.
Melchers and Gouvcla won from
Fisher and Uklund, 0-4, 0-3.
Schlefer and Brolan won from Smith
end Easton G-2, 5-7, 0-2.
Itenton nnd Mcl-can won from Mc
Leod and Munnl, 6-7, 0-1, C-3.
Schlefer and Brolan won from Mel
chers and pouvola, 7-D, C-3.
Itenton nnd McLean won from Schl
efer and Brolan, 3-0, 0-1, li-3, C-3.
A game of baseball was played be
tween a team from Molokol nnd the
(Hmas at Lahalna on New Year's Day
Tho Illmas finally won by the small!
margin of 10-9.
The score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 B 0 7 8 9
Illmas l 0 2 0 12 2 1 110
Molokals 2 1031002 09
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Have been the leading features of
American public life with Ryan and
Harriman to tho fore Principal points
Of their testimony before tho Investl
gating Committee will be published In
During next term at the Washington
Stato UnlvarAltv n cmAMni .n.wa u
Socialism will be given. It will Include
rtuuicuiura, communism, socialism In
Its thran tirnnnhoa atnta nAf.
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and Blnglo tax and religious or al-
mimm, as lautm. uy wasningion
The original phonograph was invent
ed by Mr. Thomas A. Edison In 1877.
Tho grooved drum was covored with
tin fnll. Whtr-h rOPnll-All tha Imnv-na.
rlOnS made by a needle fixed on a dell-
caio vioraung piaio oi metal.
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JL he Modern Home Light
Electric Light Is the modern light for the home. It Is artistic,
practical and economical. No one who has once used It and who
knows its great convenience would ever think of being without It.
The cost of Electricity In the home Is surprisingly small, especial
ly when the advantages It bestows are taken Into consideration. It
makes for healthier, happier homes and the user looks on the bright
side of things In every sense of the term.
If you are Interested communicate with, us and we will gladly sup
ply you with all Information.
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
Office King St., near Alakca
Lovers Of Good Living
Will be delighted to see the array of delicacies on our Delicatessen
Counter. The S. 8. Alameda brought ua a splendid consignment of
tasty food novelties from the mainland markets, Including
FANCY CHEESE, SMOKED EELS, MACKEREL
and some excellent OLIVES in bulk
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen we have had for a
very long time.
. Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
Choice Navel Oranges
$3.00 Per box to any part
of the City You will
want a box for the Holia
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water J
A rsew Alan in
FOR 8ALH BVERYWlinRE
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Wholesale 6 Retail Liquor Dealer, .
B fl Stock of Japanese and America Liquor, ""inul Saloon In connection.
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nrttlsh North America.
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American Express Company,
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