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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M.i 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; SUNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
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BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, B02 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
John Rurns, a member of the British
Cabinet, when asked for a sketch of bli
life In the EngllBh "Who's Who,'
wrote. "Was educated at Battcrsea
and at night schools and still learning
Came Into the world with 'a struggle
struggling now and prospects of con
, , ,. "'" . .
mn "" on"ra". pianororte tuner,
nas moved to mo piano warcroonu
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
8ee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Flno Cutlery. Rear Union QrllL
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith and general repairing. Nuu
anu botw. Merchant and King Sts.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Hnos Bros., Union above Hotel St
or nice, smooth shave call at the
Crlfnrion 8hnD. 1111 Fort Bt
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
' City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: FORT :: 8TREET.
PUNAHOUS vs. DIAMONDS;aQ,thtg1hor.t8flh?",crEetontop
These teams met on Saturday at the
Baseball Park under excellent weath
er conditions. Punahous took the. Held
at full strength, but the Heads wero
Duuiv-nimi wL-BKeueu uy mo nusenco or.
Clark and Sheldon. Winning the toss
the Heads made straight for the I'll
nahous' charge, but the lattcr'a de
fence smartly stopped tho rush. Tho
Duff forwards through Cockburn and
Catton soon got In the vicinity of Chll-
llngworth and mado strenuous efforts
to open the score. Ultimately, after
a scries or tries, cockburn beat tho
Heads' custodian close In. registering
tho first point of' the game. Severe,
pressure was sustained by tho Buffs
on tho Heads' citadel, but (llcason rc -
llevcd on several occasions granting
corners from which nothing tnnglblo
resulted. Half time, arrived shortly
after with tho score Punahous 1, Dia
mond Heads 0.
Resuming In determined fnshlon,
Ihe Heads experienced hard luck In
not scoring, ono Rhot In particular
from tho foot of Williams striking tho
crossbar,' At this etago Fuller hand
led the ball within tho dreaded nrea
ml tho refcreo awarded a penalty
which Williams took and smartly net
ted tho ball, thus equalizing matters.
A decided Improvement in combina
tion amongst tho Bulf forwards en
abled them to get on the lead ngaln,
Cooke taking advantage of an opening
to send me ball into tno net. a scrim
mage In goal resulted In (Reason,
while attempting to clear his lines.
sending the ball Into his own goal.
Goal to-goal visitations then ensued,
and from a free kick .prune, reduced
tho leeway by a well-judged obllquo.""" " .""'" "." " . .
.not, beating Catton all tho way. Tho
Head forwards Improved wontlorfuliy
n their display and took a much big-
npr minrp in tno camo a inouen ineir
.- .r ... .. .
defence was rather shaky. From a
corner kick Catton sent tho ball home
tor his side. Up to tho cessation of
hostilities tno heads fought ilcsporate
ly to Improve matters nnd wero rather
unfortunate In not having mora goals
In tt.nl.. iw,,tlt tint Ihn IHinnhniia w.rn
lUn .Infinite.. I.nm In thn irnrll ninntti
and thus retired victors by 4 goals to
t, a fair criterion of tho play.
MAILES v&Y M. C. A.
Ono of tho most exciting games of
tho season was witnessed on Saturday,
when til ego teams met at the Baseball
Park. Play was desperately keen from
start to finish and both clubs are to be
tongratulatcd on the illsnlav. Mallpa
were tho more dangerous lot, but the
luiiouuub ueieucc was superu.
At the outset tho Malles at onco as
sumed tho aggressive but tho Chris
tians, defending well, forced them back
to their own quarters. Olvc-and-tako
play followed In which both seta of
uui.i-o duuuu, amy aiuiiu quiniei, get
ting Into their stride, bombarded
Ueardmoro's charge, Turner and Ma
caulay proving tho saviors of their
ildo in clearing awkward shots at tho
expenso of corners which proved
abortive as far as the Malles wero
concerned. Cattcral, after souio clov
er dribbling, eventually nonplussed
Ucardmoro with an unsaveable shot.
Half time arrived shortly afterwards,
tho score reading M. 1, Y. M. C. A. 0.
Resuming strongly, tho Malles envo
Ihe opposition defenco some work to
Oo holding out their spirited attacks.
in the midst of ono of theso attacks
.Macautay bandied tho sphere and a
penalty resulted. Cattcral taking snmo
and beating Heard more with a low
hot The left wing of tho green nnd
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ronl was showing up well and a splen-'satlonal ride and raid last week, result
did shot of F. Bailey's from far out. ne In tho capture of a Chinaman en-
deceived Beardmoro by finding tho ' gaged In cutting trees on government
net. This was ono of tho finest cf-t land. Acting upon Information he" re
torts of tho match. Malles continued u'lvtxl Mr. Whlto left his Kona rcsl
lo havo tho best of tho exchanges, ! demo at 10 p. m., arriving In Kau
forcing matters In quite refreshing the next morning at 8 o'clock, having
itylo and tho entire team betraying a ' ridden 70 miles. He promptly grabbed
speed and confidence that checkmated
tho Christians' every movo. Thero
was no further scoring although tho
Christians nearly got through on two j
occasions, In vlaw of the Important
natures still to lie played, superior
form by tho Christians is n slno qua
non to enablo them to evade tho posi
tion of wooden spoonlsts, their for
ward combination lacking cohesion
and tho play continuity generally,
4MV1I UUCK U1VIB1U11, 1IUWUVIT, piUyetl
with great determination and put up n
btuhbarn defence, which enabled them'
to keep tno scoring low. Result: '
Malles 3, Y. M. C. A. 0.
r ii n
Yestorday's golf tournament at Ha-
lelwa ended unsatisfactorily with Q.
11. Kerrey, E. O. White and A. Marcel-
lino tie for first honors.
There was qulto a list of entries and
It was a flno day for golf: however.
there wero few good Bcores turned In.
This may possibly have been duo to
tho fast condition of tho greens. Ho
nolulu players uBcd to tho local greens
find It difficult at first to become fa'
miliar with thoso of Halelwa,
course was In good condition.
i, 11. Ilerrey, Frank Armstrong and
A. Mahaulu each had their name on
the cup twice and thoy all entered tho
match keen to win. Berrey was tho
only ono to bring In a possible scoro,
having played his two rounds In 9U
and with his 6 handicap ho netted an
81. Mahaulu was out of tho race. II.
O, Whlto played well nnd tied Berroy'lL Irlce. J17.B0.
as did Marceiiino witn a zu iiamucap.
Tho three men that aro tlo for first
place wll play off In-tho near future.
a pleasant time was had by thoso
who visited tho hotel.
The management of the Oahu nail
way has offered to run a special train
In ffnlntr hh.I ..... .11 mII
of chargo for the first White Hock Cup
Following are tho scores turned In
for yesterday's match:
1st 2nd Net
Rnd. Rnd. Hep. 8cr.
A. Mahaulu 45
Dr. Yost 49
I). W. Anderson
t). II. Bcrrey 45
Ceo. Aliens .
' W. Williamson .
Jess Woods 44
jDr. C. B. High 4S
II. Wlilto . 63
A. White 53
E. O. Whlto 46
II. Walker 51
St. C. lildgood .... 57
II. Balrd SO
Tho soldiers of Camp McKlnlcy
proved no match for tho I.. A. C. Tho
l'ortugueso lads piled up run after run
and when the smnku of linttln rlnnroil
cway tho score board read; L. A. C 13,'
inrantry l. ono lone run was tho best
Uncle Sam's men could do and they
were lucky to get that.
Ecry L. A. C. man played his game
nnd thero was not a single hitch made
by them In tho Held: they also batted
rwell and caused Davis to retire. This
. Jugucjo combination 1. a good one
I ' we ; y mw m n vo u a. u
'"" " ., ' . ". ":'" "S . .
B.con 'rom ho ?,art ,h.nt ,ho l from
I' np nnnr hnn a tvflivvn-
. -""- -" - "-..
Frcltas was In tho box for L. A. C.
and pltchcd'a good, steady gnmc. Ho
lrocd a mystery to the soldiers all the
Following is a summary of tho play:
.. 3 0 1 3 0 0
..2 1' 0 4 0 1
Boylo, rf 4 0 0 0 0 1
Schoeffel, lb 3 0 0 4 0 U
Van Vllct Sr., 2b.... 3 10 3 10
Van Vllct Jr., ss ... 3 1 0 2 1 2
Randolph, cf 2 0 0 4 0 1
Ca'roy, 3b 3 0 0 3 1 0
Davis', p 10 0 0 2 0
Fenner, c 2 0 0 1 1 0
3 1 24 6 5
Travcns, rf 5
Kvcra. ss 4
Soarcs, o 5
Fernandez, 2b 3
llushnell, 3b 4
Freltns, ct 5
Martin If 4
! jt. Freltas, lb 5
M. Frelta 5
Score by Innings:
Infantry 0 010000001
!,. A. C 6 3 0 3 0 0 2 0 13
Struck out by Davis 2, by Fonncr
2, by Frcltas 4.
Baso on balls Off Davis 3, off Fen
ner 1, off Frcltas 3.
Baso hits Off Davis 6, off Fsnner 8,
off Freltns 8.
DID QUICK WORK
Naalehu, Kau, Hawaii, Jan. 19.
Tlios. C. White, the energetic sub-agent
nt tlin (tlc,t laml . ttolpl.it mil, In fl QPtl.
a posse and proccedetl In search of the
tmnaman ami after n conjuo or nours
found lilm and also several tords of
nood stacked up In tho tamp. The
Chinaman, In the presence of many
.WtiieBses, acknowledged mat no ami
jils gang hail cut it under orders, so hu
nas arrested nnd at his trial, uctlng
under the advice presumably of those
who told htm to cut It, pleaded guilty
mid was fined $97.00 and 3.50 costs as
U IfBPUIl IU UllllT VWl'UUVIO tVIIU til.
nood on government land. Tho land
upon which this wood was cut Is tho
land formerly leased to tno iiiucmn
ton Sugar l'lantatlon Co., the lease up
on which only lately expired and which
had been surveyed and cut up Into
The funny part about the affair Is
that tho fine was thought too high and
the Chinaman has been persuaded to
appeal to the Circuit Court for mitiga
tion of the fine. It Is rumored that
some more of tho gang will be prose
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, from Kauai
ports. January 28. Mr. Kerns, W. O
Tnoll'arke, J. A. Palmer, lice Fat, Judge
j'erry, u. x, wucox, rruun ruwiuru,
A. F. Knudsen, C. J. Schoenlng, Mm
J. K. Ulela, J, K. Loto, Mrs. I.oto and
And It Is a Oem A perfectly accur
ate Adding Machine Call In and see
Wall, Nichols Co.,
M.tu., sole agents. v
Weekly Bulletin SI 'per year.
For coughs and colds. "
" A friend la need Is n friend In
deed." Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is juit
such a friend. Merer bo without It.
It will prove a good friend when you
bare a fresh cold, bringing Immedi
ate relief. Tou will find It equally
true In old colds, bronchitis, whooping-cough,
ii you win use
for an Irrltabto throat or weak lungs
you will find It "tho best friend in
tho world." It acts as a strong tonic,
clearing up tho throat, giving tono
to tho relaxed tissues, and greatly
strengthening tho lungs.
Thero are many substitutes and
Imitations. Bewaro of thorn and bt
so-called "Genuine Cherry Pectoral."
Bo suro you get AYKIt'3 Cherry
Put up In largo and small bottlos.
111 LATE JOHN RICHARD'
The funcraf of the late John S,
ltlckard took place on the 19th, scr-'
lcoi lie I tig first held at the residence
of the parents and then at the grae
The pall-bearers uero members of tho
Ijiupahoehoc Athletic 'Club, of which
organization ho was tho originator and
Captatu, The burial was on the private
grounds of his parents. Friends from
far and near wero there to pay their
last respects to the popular young man
and the funeral was one of the largest
ever witnessed here.
John S. Rlckard was born at Kohala
plantation, District of Kohala, on Feb
ruary 2nd, A. D. 1886. His father then
being employed as Head Overseer there.
Shortly after his birth a change of res
idence was made to Honokaa. llama-
kua where ho lived with his parents'
until their removal to l.aujiahochoc. '
The young man here grew amidst the
picturesque surroundings of .the pret
ty village, until no readied the age
when youths aro supposed to attend
school. He then attended the l.au.ia
hoehoe Government school where ho
diligently pursued his studies. He was
a. regular attendant there until the
summer of 1899 when a transfer wai
made to the St Louis College, Hono
lulu, lie studied there for several
After leaving school he first sought
employment with tho Wilder Steam
ship Co. being engaged as clerk on their
several steamers. But, believing a
trade to be tho best, he endeavored to
learn that of sugar boiling. This he
was able to do with the Laupahoeboo
Sugar Co., where he worked most encr
getlially until his late promotion to
the Ookala dugar Plantation, where
he met his sad death.
The community grievously feels the
loss of the popular young man, who
as In the prime of life, with the pros
pects of a happy and prosperous life
ahead of him; and sympathizes with
the family of tho deceased In their
Theodore Roosovclt Camp No. 1,
United Spanish War Veterans, will
open new quarters on the 31st In the
Progress block, In rooms fifteen and
sixteen, on the second floor, with en
trance on both Fort and Bcrctanla
It Is the Intention of tho members
of the camp to use their new quarters
as a emu room, and each member will
io given a key to tho ulaie.
There will be a special meeting for
mo opening, when the Past Depart
ment Commander will Instal the new
Department Commander, J. K. Brown.
After the Installation, which takes
place at 8 o'clock, recruits will be ad
mitted nnd there will bo a social smoker
to which members of tho local Q. A. It
have been Invited.
Saturdny evening last, nt his homo on
King street, a birthday surprise party
was tendered Jas, J. Bailey. Dancing
was the feature of the evening, Light
refreshments, (ouslstlng of lemonado
and cake, wero served. Thoso present
wero: Mr. and Mrs. J. S, Bailey, Wni.
Irwin, Howard Hodson, A. II. Coffey,
0. 8. James, Frank C. linos, Fred
llsllcy, Harry Bailey, Arthur Bobbins,
Jas. J, Bailey, and tho Misses Marlon
Wright, Norah nnd Mamie Dee, Elsie
llalley, Emily and Florence Winter nnd
TEMPERANCE ON MAUI
Wailuku, Ttlaul, Jon. 26. John Mar
tin, the temperance worker, hns been
In Wnlluluf for the past few weeks, and
has been quite active Blnce bolng here
In the cause of temperance. It was
through him that Archdeacon Jefferls
came to Wailuku, assisted by Mr.
Knott, both of whom deserve much
praise for the Interest they hnve man
(tested while here.
The Kabul u I Railroad Co. are push
ing the work of building the track up
to Wailuku and from tho present out
look by the next fow weeks we will
have a depot In the town almost near
At a bazaar at West Ham, London,
rlgars presented by the late Sir Henry
Irving, with signature attached, Merc
told at flO.su each.
I nm now established In the Young Build-
Ingand Have In connection with my i
PHYSICAL CULTURE !j
rooni a modern and well equipped
TURKISH ' BATH
I guarantoo to reduce
up the thin. My
speaks for Itself a
ROOMS 17181920 t
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bottled at the famous FERNDALE Mineral Springs, with Its
own natural gas.
There Is no better table water on the market None so
pure. None so palatable.
There Is a snap and zest In every bottle that Instantly wins
popularity for FERNDALE products.
PintBottles $1.35 Per Dozen
Retail MAIN 22.
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This carburetor will decrease
J least 25 per cent, thereby saving
months. A guarantee goes with
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Wa ara orenared to aunnlv tha
ISLAND MEAT3. Also, 'Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlolc
ins, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact vsrythlnr FIRM
CLA88 MARKET I called upon to furnish. "
The ISLANDMEAt CO.'
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manager.
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