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rVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY JAN. 13, 1906.
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FITZ WINSJB4CK WIFE
Attorneys for Lanky Hob and his
pretty runaway spouse announce that
the pair have kissed and made up. This
was the .result of a conference between
the pugilist and the lady at Sioux Kails
on January Cth. The meeting between
tho lovelorn pugilist and his wife drove
him to tears, but he braced up and
won her back. At first Mrs. Fit was
as cold as an Iceberg, but she at last
tame round to the fighter's pleadings.
While making souvenir horse shoes
In a blacksmith shop In Sioux City,
the shop collapsed and fell on Kit J. He
and several others narrowly escaped
death In tho falling timbers.
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Harry Foley Is to tour tho Kast with
Joe Thomas and Tommy West soon.
Jack "Twin" Sullivan, has offered to
post 11000 as a side bet that he can
best Jack O'Urlen.
Cincinnati. Jan. C Matty Mathow
At the Hoard of Health meeting yes
terday President l'lnkham reported on
the plumbing ordinance as follows
I present, by request, for your notlco
a proposed ordinance "Regulating
Plumbing and Plumbers Within (ho
County of Oahu," now beforo the
Hoard of Supervisors of that County.
Omitting Sections Nos. 2, 3, 4. 5, C
and 7, the sections nrc practically the
i-amo as the Regulations of the Hoard
cf Health and Its present practice
Such changes as aro made In the cor
responding sections Inure to the public
benefit and are now generally observ
Possibly Section 22, first sentence,
might be advantageously modified.
Should the ordinance pass there
would appear a nominal, though not a
of New York and CUEcno Uczenah of practical, conflict between tho Ordl-
this city fought fifteen rounds to a draw ranco and tho Regulations until they
before the Hlvcrslile Athletic (Jiuu nerei wero made luenticai
last night. Tho men weighed Ht Sections 2, 3, 4,,5, G and 7 arc entire-
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Milwaukee. Wis. Jan. 6. Young Ma-
honey of Mllwaukco was given the de
cision over Joe Grim of Philadelphia
lait nleht. Qrlm hitting only one blow
during the eight rounds of the fight.
Jack O'Brien, who now claims to be
the champion heavyweight, Is having
troubles with the New York hotels.
When Jack reached New York he went
to the Waldorf and was refused a room.
From the Waldorf ho went to the Neth
erlands and was there also refused ac
commodations. n u tt
Tommy Ryan, who Is on tho road
with Marvin Hart, will soon be In San
Francisco, He has written ahend ask
ing for a match with Jack O'Urlen.
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Amateur boxing In San Francisco Is
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Tho busiest fighters ot note In 1905
were: Jack O'Hrlcn, "Klu" Herman,
Jack ("Twin") Sullivan. Rattling Nel
son, "Hutldy" Hyan, -Young" uorucit,
Abo Attel, Hilly ("Honey") lieilody,
In tho selection of a mcdiclno tol
euro you of Stomach, Liver or How
el disorders, the Bitters should bej
your first choice. Past experience
has proven its value in cases
HEADACHE, POOR APPETITEJ
INDIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA, COS
TIVENE8S, GENERAL DEBILITY,
AND MALARIA, FEVER ANDl
Try a bottle. All druggists.
ly beyond the powers delegated to the
Hoard of Health. Beyond the Indlspu
table axiom "the greater the skill tho
more perfect the work" any opinion
of the Hoard, relatlvo to those sec
tions, would partake of presumption.
The Board took no action in tho mat
ter. The President's message went on as
Tho appearance of the streets of Ho
nolulu Is mado offensive by paper and
loose rubbish allowed to remain In tho
You have before jou copies of cards
I have directed posted in all parts of
tho city, that they may remind the peo
ple to tnku Just a little pains to keep
the slilowalks, guttersTand Btrevts In
order. A few moments' easy work
sweeping them often.
Put the rubbish and sweepings
containers as specified.
BOARD IV Sill
At the meeting ot tho Hoard of
Health yesterday tho proposition of
the Molokal Ranch Co. to Icaso Wal
hanau valley to get water from It.
President Plnkham'a message stated
January 6th, Mr. A. F. Judd states
Mr. Llndgrcn's report shows the nor
mal flow In tho Walkolu valley the
car round Is 3,850,000 gallons of wa
tor. This agrees with our former un
dcrstandlng when seeking to enlarge
Superintendent McVeigh says that
during the dry season there Is used a
r.mall quantity of water from tho Wal
hanau valley for our dairy cows, but a
pipe from our water system can bo run
to tho gate of tho valley nnd thus pro
vide a substltuto supply. Mr. McVeigh
Is not adverse to surrendering the wa
ter desired. The main question would
rnch day in front of the premises of Ueem to bo whether tho Hoard can BO'
tach person, especially down town, euro any of the price paid for tho con
would make a vast Improvement In tho I cession with which to Improve its own
tnncaranco of Honolulu.
A much more tlboral distribution of
public rubbish containers by the Coun
ty Supervisors would aid greatly In ac
complishing this object.
Similar cards are being printed In
tho Chlncso language and will be post-
Jimmy Gardner, Tommy Mowntt, Aure- j
laiicrrcra. jock jonnsori. uuuie .a.-, 0n0 tnolanil CBrds slml)ar t0 ,n0
luu uiiu iunu as.iiiL'in vi wic-bv, is in ivh i
Crystal Springs Butter
The main points of excellence about CRYSTAL 8PRINGS BUT
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with CRYSTAL SPRINGS BUTTER In point of quality, on the local
market. The fact that more of this butter Is consumed In Honolulu
than all other brands put together, speaks volumes In Its favor. We
pack tho butter In neat cardboard cartons, which prevents It getting
soft and keeps It from contact with other articles In the Ice-chest
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a work of International Importance. Justin McCarthy, M. P., Editor In Chief.
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lorlsts, historians, humorists, wits, orators, poets, scientists, travelers and
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COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREETS UPSTAIR8.
nnd Sullivan covered the most terri
tory, having traveled as far as Alaska
to exchange wallops.
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The champions in the various classes
today aro: Heavyweight, Marvin Hart;
light heavyweight, Jack O'Brien; mid
dleweight. Tommy Ryan; weltcrweignt,
Mlko ("Twin") Sullivan; llgluweignt,
Joe Hans, 130 pound class, Hatllng
Nelson; featherweight, Abe Attel; and
bantamweight. Franklo Nell.
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Cbas. Mitchell will bring some of
England' finest boxers to America.
Among them wil bo such Btars as Jem
Uowker, Owen Moran, Jnbcz Whlto
and possibly the heavyweight cham
pion, Jack Palmer.
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Denver Hd Martin Is to fight Cat Mc
Vey at San Diego, California.
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Jim Hritt Is on his way from New
York to San Francisco. Ho will look
for a match as soon as he arrives.
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Hilly Roche has offered a $1000 pur so
for a match between Harry Tenny ond
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Geo. Dixon, tho old colored weather
weight, recently met Franklo How;e In
New York. Dixon failed to show to
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Middleweight Champion Tim Mur
phy. having sickened of tho Indifferent
support accorded his boxing show In
the Australian provinces, has disband
ed his company and returned to Mel
bourne, Hiss McColl, who suffered de
feat at the hands of Murphy, wants a
chance to regain lost laurels.
Radtke Is leading the California
Jockeys. He has wou 52 first, 25 sec
onds, 31 third and been unplaced 9J
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Portland will remain In the PacllU
Coast Baseball League.
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Tho New York Athletic Club Is to
hold a Hwlmmlng carnival on the 25th
of February. Olympic Club swlmmerr
of San Francisco will enter ana it li
quite possible that Dan Ilcnear wil'
take a baud.
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DurnoU, a follower of tho races, re
cently won $20,000 at Los Angeles.
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Whitman College In On-gon has been
charged with graft In their athletics.
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Bain won tho soft handball tourna
racnt at tho Olympic Club on Janu
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Tom Shovlln. Yale's famous football
captain, lias broken his engagement to
i;ilaueth siicrley or Kentucky
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Seattle will bo In the Pacific Coasl
Hasehal League during tho season of
ramplo before you aro being printed
ond will be posted In all public praces.
That pcoplo begin to rcaluo tho so-
Mr. Judd has presented an amended
description nnd resolution to carry tho
proposition tho Molokal Ranch desires
I have marked on tho map herowlth
the approximate! bounds. Tho neces
sity of further verification I submit to
A letter was read from Superintend
ent McVeigh stating that ho thought
Judd and his associates overestimated
rlousness of careless. expectoration Is , the water suduIv. If the settlement
Illustrated by the fact we wero tele- could run a one-half Inch plpo to sup
phoned yesterday to forbid a consump- ply Its milch cowb with water, nnd if
tlvo exposing others by his willful care- tho ranch would pay for tho lease, ho
Icssncss. I recommended that It bo made.
A samDlo card of tho regulation no- After some discussion It was decided
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to leave tho matter to tho President
with power to act,
The Hoard of Agriculture and For-
catrv mtt vestorday attcrnoon. jno
ticcs was shown. It read as follows
No garbage or offensive liquid or
matter shall be thrown or deposited in
iny highway, street, lano or public
plneo within the Territory of Hawaii,
No garbage or offeuMvo liquid or mat
ter shall be kept updn any premises
excent in covered retnlners of not less
than 12 cubic feet capacity and shall " ,",,,,1 tee on fo estry reported on the
bo removed from said premises or ns- ,... Ilon on . Government lands
posed of within not less than ono wecK . Anallola Kninaloinaloo Bnd Kapaa
unless otnerwise oniercu aisposeu oi . . A . Keaa, MaUco Sugar
by tho Board of Health or its duly au- Co rotommcndlnB thnt the reserve bo
murizvu usran. made. This icmmlttco also recom-
KXPECTORATION. I nlcnUwj that the forest area on Honu
rvo person snau expeciuruio uvmi sia ue mnde a reserve
ny public place, sidewalk, street Tlie i.'orestry Superintendent report,
crossing, or upon tho floor of any street C(( on the proposal Keallp. reserve on
jar or railway car, or any other public jatial, describing boundaries, recom
conveyanco, or of any public building mcnd'ng that tho Governor declare tho
jr any building common to tho uso of nroa as a f0re8t reserve. Both the Ko
tho public. Street gutters are except- aua an, jionuaula reserves will now be
cd. . referred to tho Governor, that public
SPITTING SPRKADS DISKASC. hearings may bo held.
Keep your sidewalk and gutters Reports of scientists were read, Dr.
clean. V A. Norganrd goes to Molokal and
Tako pride In tho appearance of Ho- inen to Maul to Inspect animals.
polulu. I Gerrlt P. Wilder was appointed a
Each day pick up the papers, &c, In member of tho Agricultural Committee
front of your store or residence. in place of J, I). Dole. Jnrcd O. Hmitn
Kcop sldownlks nnd gutters clean by tvported on tobacco experiments.
GREAT UMBRELLA SALE
Our entire stock of men's 811k and Gloria Silk Umbrellas will be
closed cut at Manufacturer's Cost.
DARGAIN3 are here aplenty, for surplus stock MUST GO:
MENS GLORIA-SILK UMBRELLAS
REQULAR PRICE. BALE PRICE.
28-Inch $1.50, $1.65, $1.75 J)5
28-Inch $100 S1.35
28-Inch $2.25, $2.10 SI.. 15
30-Inch .$2.00 SI. 35
MENS SILK UMBRELLAS
REGULAR PRICE. 8ALE PRICE.
28-Inch 811k Umbrellas. .$2.50 S1.05
M.lnch 8llk Umbrellas. ,$3.00 S2.10
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas. .$3.50 S2.25
23 Inch 811k Umbrellas. .$4.00 S2.G5
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas.. $4.50 S-.75
28-Inch Silk Umbrellas.. $4.70 83.15
28-lnch Silk Umbrellas.. $5.00 S3.50
28-lneh Silk Umbrellas.. $6.00 S3.05
ALL UMBRELLAS GUARANTEED IN PERFECT CONDITION.
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