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EVENING BULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN. IB, 1906.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
i9o Piijjo B, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
35jr young man from Coast, 10 years'
experience general dry goods, men's
furnishing and ihoea, position ns
salesman; best references. Address
V- Itullelln. 3277-lw
VOVSB On .Vineyard St.
BOUSE Cn lloach at Walklkl.
OlTICES-lo Watty Building.
WARKHOTJSES On Queen Street.
and Unimproved Proper
Bouses In all rarts of the Ctty.
BISHOP ft CO.,
Tilcely furnished cottago with 2 bedr.
atManoa. S mln. from car. deep rlv-
er for bathing. Hoses, fruit; dcllght-ii
lul summer resort. Only $15.00.
T. E. n. Strauch, Ileal Estate, Walty
Ildg, 71 8. King St. 32C0lf
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
Ttt Beretanla St. 3270-lw
Cottages la Chrlstly Lana. Apply
Wong Kwsl, Smith St., mauka Hotel
CbnoetL coolest furnlshod rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
nvwly furnished mosqnlto proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
fTunlsbed rvms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. MeCmmelL 26RJ,
fin YtanM Trunk! t mr liotwrn Wat.
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kill Tom and Walklkl. nn Aloha
Teaplo tn. Finder return to this,
cfflco for rewnrd. 3271-tfl
Female wblto fox torrler, long tall. Re
turn D. II. Kelllan, Fort St. opp. old
Norms I School. 3273-2W
7JIack pointer dog. Return to C. Char
lock. Bd. of Health. 32S0 lw
The Bulletin, 75cts per month
BUSINESS D RECTOR!
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
licit black sand from $2 to 13 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
Xing, llaunakca St.; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 396. I
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
ciotncs; repairs mcycics ami ur
nlshes employees. 520 King St.
T. Hsyaihl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Beretanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Offlco,
cor. Pcnxacoln nnd Beretanla.
REPAIRING. Go and see Wong Kau for lock, nun-
smith and geuoral repairing. lSuu-
Umbrellas rtoalred and' brass polish- ami bctw. Merchant and King Sts.
lug. Takata, 1281 Fort St. 3278-lm
Tllank books of all sorts, ledgers. .
ttt, maxwtacturod br the BnUotta Pub- E,Umatea furnished on all kinds of
Babto OoznDonr. painting. AH work guaranteed.
M0NEY T0 LEND. Bos, ""ovo "otel BL
en Jeweh-y and merchandls. Trm J. BARBER SHOP.
Carlo Pawn & Hotol and Union.
ror nice, smooth shove call M th
KId Job Printing at Tn RulletiB Criterion Bbnp. 1111 Fort BL
A. C. MONTGOMERY
QUEEN ST. opp. INT.-I8L. WHARF.
Mill glra you the best price possible
for bottle and all kinds of Old Metal.
tie can also furnish Monuments, Iron
Fenolng for Private Grounds and Cem
etery Plots. Cement and Stone Cop
ing Furnished and Laid. P, O. box 150.
A Postal Brings An Answer
Beef cattle for sale at Ka
huku Ranch, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 tf
The flnost atwortmant. (In the Islands)
of smokers articles. Imported from
England; Including a large stock of
three U goods In fancy casos. Also
all tho leading brands of Clear Ha
vana and Domestic rlgars and Egyp
tian and Turkish cigarettes at the
lowest prices. Ladles or others de
siring to mako Holiday gifts to smok
ers, nro Invited to call and 'Inspect
the stock before buying elsewhere.
Myrtle Clgnr 8tore, Fort Street
lino corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F this offlco.
Heccndhand Smith Premier typewrit
er, In good condition. Inquire Sing
er Sewing Machine Store, Alakca St.
In quantities, sproutod cocoanuts from
ono to two years old. Apply IL 0,
Box 40, Llhuo, Kauai. JZJfrira
Cheap Homo near Park, Watktkl.
Address It S. K.. Bulletin.
nDfirPOCTlIN AT (1 AH 119
llvl UkJUlUliULI UAllilJL)
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON.
EDWARD ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
8TREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M.J 7 TO 8 IN EVEN-
INO; SUNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN-
.,.,,.. . .,,, ...,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L.DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Fine Job "rioting at The Bulletin
Mrs. Hodgson. Teacher of Piano, on
Kan .autolinrp and singing. Over 20
yenra" cxpcrlenco In England, New
Zealand and FIJI. Quick progress
with thorough training. Well-marked
time, correct Angering nnd sym
pathetic expression, carefully taught.
Uesldenco with Mrs. Daniel, corner
Fort and Vineyard streets.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to' tho piano warorooms
of L. H. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotol St.,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly nttcndod to.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, near Union QrllL
M. LEW & CO.
PHONE MAIN 19 8
TAKE YOUR CLOTHE8 TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And havo them Cleaned, pressed, R-
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: FORT I! STREET.
SHORT STORY FOR I8LAN1S BEAT Y, IB, (, i
AT THE REflEABSAL
It was 8:10 o'clock, and besides tho the Y. M. C. A, Association foot
leader, who was laying out the music, mll (cBm mct . nrgl j,ntt)c ani, ln
the fluto and a second violin were tho t jeleat, nt tho hands, or rather feet,
pnly arrivals. The Mute walked about , .. ,,,. . , .., , ,,,
tlowly, blowing beautiful trills and ?' ,' nl'. L "T?, l
arpeggios, while the second violin was lM ,V?M.WihSniES ihl
making brne efforts to tune his "d$" '" i"' L'JS.'i0" Th'- v m
rtrlngs. The leader frequently stopped man X n.fmta ..,Ji !n
to consult his watch, and, after com ft ""bc? il"Vifa i,hln
plctlng tho distribution of the parts, d'v'dU81 lW' bt '"cd comblna
growled out; "If I set the next re- ""J1 ., ,, . . ...
hearsal for 0 o'clock I don't suppose A noticeable feature of the game
here would be any more likelihood ot, " tremendous amount of fouling
heir belne here by 8." donu' "Pec'"" In tbo BCcond half.
At this juncture the cello and cornel1 Tho Christians were by far the worst
appeared, and after ncicssary formall- '"? " They used their hands un
lies of preparation they Joined In tho Gushingly, especially Isenberg. who
general din of preliminary practice. To " several occasions wound himself
. . . . . ... . " .. a limit nn nmuinnnl tt'ltli nn nMntuli.
this were added within the next ten
minutes the notes of Hit bassoon, tho
French horn and the trombone, two lo
tins, the second cornet and a viola. .
At 8:10 the leader rapped for silence,
which came gradually.
when comparative quiet was restored
Iho viola asked: "Where's Miss Mon-I
Burnt her hand and can't piny for a
month," said tho cello, staring Into va
cancy, while he executed a radenxa
of considerable brilliancy.
"Did anybody see Jack May?" In
quired the trombone.
"Yes," said the first violin, Improvis
ing in the seventh position, well up to
ward his chin, "and ho promised to
show tip sure.
"Where's your music?" nsked
leader of the first cornet.
"By Jove, I forgot It."
"Very clever of you. Kun right homo
nnd get It." r
"I guess I can fake my part," an
swered the cornet, apologetically.
Guess attain," responded tho leader.
rcsiondcd tno leader.
"You've got to hao the music. You're
rank enough with your notes In front
of you; without them you would bn Malles .. ......2 10 11 0
unspeakable." ,1'unahous . , ...1 0 0 10 0
"Any body got nn extra music stand? Y. M. C. A 1 0 10 1 3
Mine's broken." This from the flute. 1), Heads . ...2 0 2 0 1 '3
"You'll hae to use a chair," said Tho line-up of tho teams which par
the leader. tlclpatcd ln tho two games was as
At 8: IS he rapped on his desk. "Take follows:
tho 'Serenade.'" lolnnls Kea. goal; backs, E. Kcl-
A Voice "Give us the A.' lott. J. Kellett; halves, T. Carter, M.
Tho A Is given and there como n re- Andorson, Mon Yin; forwards, L. 0.
tuning. Tho music then begins and niackman, J. Woo. J. Anderson, J.
proceeds for forty bars when a poly. UoUtcr, E. Mahaulu.
phonic tanglo demnnds a halL y. M. C. A. Goal, S. F. Beardmorc;
"Back to B." says the leader. i)nckSi n. B. Turner, J. Macauleyj
"IlMncntgotuny 11, says tho doublo tmlvca. I. Spalding, O. Isenberg. J.
un, yes you nave, jukc. djmch
lUt'UBUlva uuill nucii; nv.iuiru.
Jake finds n place, but It's the wrong
place, and four falso starts aro mailo
lefore tho work Is resumed. Smooth
railing for three mlnutos. At this
liolnt the Insurrection calls for heroic
"A sercnado need not bo played for
tissimo all tho way through. Tho huh
posed maiden lor whoso benefit wo aro
struggling Is probably neither deaf nor
1. im.u mule (iiuit u i.ii.u unujt a una
down. And cay, fellows, what's the
use of my beating time If jou don't pay
attention to It? I don't caro for It ns a
physical exercise. Dumb-bells hao
got It beat a block. I'm merely trying
to keep you together." I
At Inaf ihn anil la rifl1imt I
"Well, jou all came out on tho right I
note, anyway. Try the octet."
A Voire "Give us tho A." General
tuning up as before.
At this point tho first violin breaks
bis E string and makes remarks of a
nature derogatory to thlngH in general;
aftor temporary repairs nro hurrlcdlly
tnado tho leader raps again for atten
Now-one, two, three, ono. two,
three that's fast enough."
A v-?i?P .'ih? V" Ml ro.'
,k"hL 8 '1A.A",
tune as before and after the
round with the allegro momncut, tho
leader declares It n draw nnd remarks
with a sigh: "Well, It might bo worst.
Take the andante."
This goes better. The doublo bass
spills the contents of his folio on tho
floor In the midst of a particularly ef
fective passage, necessitating a stop,
otherwise thero Is no untoward Inci
dent. "Can't we end up with something
bright and lively?" asks tho viola.
"This classical stuff given, mo consid
"When nro wo going to glvo a con
cert?" Inquires tho flute.
"Concert!" sniffs the leader, con
temptuously. "At tho rate pf progress
we nro making, we can give a concert
In about four years to dent mutes."
Artist Charles 8arka, working fot
mainland magazines, entertained nt
his Nuuanu valley studio yestcrdny.
Tho Jublleo Club furnished tho mu
sic. Among thoso present wero: Ctiaa.
Sarka, Gcorgo Hart, Gcorgo Sabln, J,
D. Avery, II. M. Ayres, Jack McCand
less and wife, Henry Kama, John Ka
wal, Peter Kanal, Miss do la Crui,
Ml83 Adeline Wiwl, Miss Virginia l'o
lemoku, Miss Mary Llmapehu.
(Special la The UuUtUn)
Walluku. Maul, Jan. 12. The Maul
hotel on last Sunday evening was tho
scene of a sumptuous dinner given by
Carl Waldleyer, In honor of tho Ma
sonic visitors from Honolulu, in Un
persons of J. D. Tucker, Frank Thomi-
son, and E. C, llrown. Among mo m
vlted guests of Walluku were W. T,
Robinson. Judge A. N. Kcpolknl, Geo,
Weight, W. H. Cornwell, 11. II. Davis,
and Deacon Kcola, a personage whotu
Mr. Thompson will not soon forget
The dinner was an elaborate affair and
too guests present jlld their duty
" " '
' Fn Jol Printing at ths Bulletin.
nbout an opponent with an octopus'
like grasp. Tho attention of Linesman
Jock Catton was called to these tac
tics repeatedly, but tho genial Jock,
whose sympathies arc said to be de
cidedly antl-Iolanl, declined to Inter
fere Tho gamo ended with tho score
Handing: lolanl, 3; Y. M. C. A., 1.
In tho second game, between the
Diamond Heads and tho Malles. tho
Tormer team surprised nil by giving
the otornn champions a good run for
their money. Tho Malles scored one
goal from a penalty kick In the first
half and ln tho second half the Dm
mond Heads held them down well,
threatening their goal on Bcvcrul oc
casions but without reaching the sue-
ccssful climax. Hefcreo Watdron did
excellent work and fouling was prompt
Tho gamo resulted In a score of
Malles 1, Diamond Heads 0.
Tho standing of the teams Is now as
p. W. L. D. For Against,
lolnnts 2 2 0 0 5 2
GUI; forwards. C. Oss, O. Watcrhouse,
piunkctt, F. Haley, Robblns.
Referee D. W. Anderson.
I.lncBmen Messrs. McKlnnon
Malles Goal, Bclscr; bncka, McOIII,
n. Anderson; halves. It. Chllllngworth,
clnlcr Fcijter nav'
loral, II .Bailey, Simpson, !'. Bailey.
Diamond Heads Goal, W. Chllllng
worth; backs, E. .Desha, It. Clark;
E. Orune. J. Clark, D. Sher
wood; forwards, L. Kce, G. Desha, P.
Gleason, A. Williams, V. Lemon.
Linesmen Messrs. McKlnnon and
Illll'ii ARRIVES 1ATE
Tho C A 8. 8. Mlowern arrived last
evening from British Columbia alter
r. rough voyage. Sho left n fow mln
utoi utter 10 p, in. for tho Colonle
Civ fneanntvtifm wA.t fa. lTnnnllll.a 1111.1
'.',, lrnllah Tho vc3si
was 36 hours lato. Tina was uuo to
tho fact that sho left Vancouver 11
Cup- Flattery was almost co
bucking heavy weathor. It
bucking heavy wcatliar. It was one
of the roughest trips In tho history of
tho Mlowern. No damage resulted
Jroru tho high Bens.
Editor Evening Bulletin, I saw in
jour paper of the 8lh Inst, a plecn of
rondo up story of Jealousy and partly
Inlse report against Dibble K. Ilae, Jail
or l'ukoo Jail I would never made a
Kick It tbo whole report wore truo but
It Is not In behalf of the report auouni
the hunter that was tho biggest Liar
that eer made on tho surface of tho
enrth nnd nrlntcd In your paper, but I
nm not going to bo mean with hlui.
whnt ho should uo is to ten oi wuui
ho had seen, but not of what he heard.
I would like to ask you to give be tbo
linmo of tho ono that makes tho report.
It did not hurt mo very bady when 1
rnw It becaueo tbo residents of Mololtal
knew nothing of tho Kind, but It was
purposely dono for sake of enemy, o
as to make tho Public laugh over It
nnd I would like to consult with blm
throuuh Letter, to straighten up uu
icnort. otherwise to stop It altogether
berauro It Is very easy to malto up a
Mar but the result ot it Is bitter.
1 wish you to allow mo to put this ln
jour paper as a reply.
DIBBLE K. ILAE.
Pulioo. Molokal. Jan. 12. '06.
P. 8. Kindly I'leaso answer this
Letter by next week, and oblige.
dibble: k. ilak.
The DU8INE68 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulla,
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
76 cents per month. Weekly Bulletin,
V oer year.
The twenty-four German missionary
societies have about 1000 missionaries
ln fifteen stations 2B0O schools will
l.U.uuu scnoiars, Hnu auoui iiiu.uuu pru -
fenced Christians, ot wbom about
000 were baptized In IflfM.
(Continued from Page 3.)
First Half. Boyle and Carey add two
more runs to the Tenth's tally sheet
nnd then Bushncll squa9hca all hopes of
more runs this Inning by retiring the
lido upon a double play, which he ex
Last Half. Carvalho, Frcltas and
Correlra nro disposed of In quick suc
cession with neatness and tllspntch.
Tenth Infantry 2, I A. C. 0.
Tho seventh, eighth nnd ninth In
nings were quickly played without re
sults. Captain Schocffot easily led In
batting honors, tearing on a double and
two singles ln three times at bat.
Newman scored the game and Louis
The omclal score follows;
AIUl 1)11 A E O
Hannah, If 4 1 0 1 0 1
Rlnglnnd, c 4 1 1 1 0 V
Schoeffel, lb. (Cnpt.).3 0 3 0 4 11
Van Vllet, Sr ss. ...4 0 0 4 12
Van Vllet, Jr., 2b. ..3 0 0 2 1 1
Boyle, cf :3 1 0 0 0 2
Carey, 3b 4 1 1 1 0 1
Dals, p 4 1 1 (1 0 0
Fcnncr, rf 4 0 0 0 10
Total 33 5 0 15 7 24
L. A. C.
AB11BII O A E
Corrca, If 4 0 0 0 0 1
Kiers, ss 4 0 1 1 3 3
Plmental. lb 4 0 0 13 0 1
Fernandez, 2b. (Capt). I 10 0 5 1
Bushncll, 3b 4 2 1 2 3 0
Martin, cf 3 10 10 0
Soares, rf 4 2 2 2 0 U
Carvalho, c 3 0 2 8 1 u
Freltas, p 3 1 0 0 3 0
Totals 33 7 C 27 16 G
Score by Innings:
L. A. C 0 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 07
10th Infantry ...0 0210200 05
Three base hit, Davis; two base hits,
Illngland, Schoeffel, M. Soares 2; sat.
rlflce hits, Schoeffel.
Struck Out By Freltas 6, by Da. Is G,
Bases on Balls Off Davis 1, off Frclt
Time of game, 1 hour 10 minutes.
Jack McFadden of Honolulu and Ed
die Tato of San Francisco mct ln a six
round bout on Saturday night for the
featherweight championship of the Is
lands. After the six rounds ot some
clcer, nnd at times exciting, boxing,
Itcfcrec D.Mara declared tho bout a
draw. The ilf-ptidnn was mat u-lth nti-
proval by (hose present, nlthough Tate'u
seconds could seo nothing but a victory
for their mnn. Duffyi who was behind
Tate, made a nuisance of himself In
the demonstration ho mado over tho
This' contest has been talked of for
come time but the opportunity to bring
the two men together was presented
nhen Tate arrived on tho transport
Friday. The match was arranged on
n minute's notice and tho lighters had
no chance to train. A hall over Woods
Si Sheldon's storo was secured for tho
em-ounter und nftera few preliminary
arrangements the light was on.
There wnB no ring warmer as no
boys could bo secured to box ln a pre
liminary. Tate entered tho ring llrtt,
followed by Duffy nnd McOarrlty as
seconds. McFnddcn followed with Sul
tlvnn and Dettomnurt In his corner,
O'Marn Intrndiurd Sullivan ot Sau
Francisco ns willing to meet any ono
from 130 to 1 15 munds. Duffy ntto
stepped lino the ll,iielli-,ht ami mado a
bow. Bill liiiiiiil climbed through tbo
ropes nnd nc copied all elmlluij,ea amid
Larry Dec strtn-k tho gong and tho
two fighters tood the scrutch. Both
showed the lack of training and seemed
more willing to enter Into a hugging
rather than a slugging match. The
round opened up with mostly feinting
for an opening. Tato was tho aggres
sor and proved clever at covering up.
Ho was too wllllug to enter Into the
later tactics. McFadden used a
straight left and often sont tho sturdy
Tato'a head back wbllo tho latter wai
coming In. In the clinches both tried
chops for tho kldnoyo.
Each round was a repetition of tho
other with llttlo damage dono In any
lound. Both McFnddcn and Tato went
to their knees during tbo bout but It
wu8 more from slips than tho other
man's punch. ,
Duffy, in Tnto's corner, did more
lighting with his mouth than Tate did
with his hands. His tough remarks
wero llttlo npiiretinUil by tho better
clasi present. Such talking In a llglit
er's corner should bo stopped.
In tho llfth round .McFadden drew
tbo blood from Tale's nose. This was
tho only damage done In tho encounter.
When the gong bounded for the last
round tho two lads came to tho center
full ot determination and wont at each
other tn earnest nnd Btood In tho cen
ter of tho ring and exchanged hard
punches. This was tho best round of
the evening and the spectators all stood
Everyone left the hall well phased
with the night's entertainment.
LONDON'8 PAUPER INCREASE.
London, Dec. 26. Official figures re
lating to the poor of London show that
the number In receipt of pauper re
lief In nearly every month ofthe year
now ending has been greater than In
any of tho previous forty years com
prised In tho returns, with the excep
tion of the period from 18G7 to 1871.
The ratio of paupers per 1000 of popu
iatlon has been higher In most of the
months of this year than in any pre
vious year since 1871.
Not only has thero been a remark
able Increase In the outdoor relief, but
tho rise In tho numbers entering work
houses has continued. In no year of
the history of tho poor law has tho
population In tho work houses been
.Kivuivr jur ucci-iuuuri
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If we are cheerful, sympathetic and gay, the world responds In
kind; if we are gloomy and gray, the world sighs a solemn accompan
iment. It Is a matter of fact that we largely get from the world In
proportion to what wo give. The Idea that you have got to work for
happiness and brightness, actually paying for It In Its own coin, Is
true In every phase of life. It Is true of your home as of yourself, A
gtoomy house will not attract cheerful people, and a dim light will
shadow a smile.
Have the light of lights, Electric Light Installed In your home
and al will be light and happiness, and there wilt be never a shadow.
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Office King St., near Alakca
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