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evknino ihimhtin, Honolulu, t. h Thursday, fed. i, 1900.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Piiko 8, N2W TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
HOUSE On Vineyard St.
BOUSE On Beach at Walklki.
0J7TCES In Walty Dulldlng.
WARKHOU8ES-On Queen Street.
laprored and Unimproved Proper
Boosts in all parts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
LCu ZX VI
Beef cattle (or eale at Ka-
hulsu Itanch, Kau, Ha
Finn corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, (rult and ornamental treoa
and all Improvement. Two mln
utea' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F this offlco.
J SPORTS I
Bettings of thoroughbred Black Minor
ca Errs; 13.00 per setting. Apply
to Henry C. Vlda, Telcphono M. 3S.
Cheap Home near Park, Walklki.
Address It. S. K., Bulletin.
2 good Jersey milch cows. Apply A.
W. Barnes, Wahlnwa. 329Mw
Sninll. neatly furnished cottage Ad
dress S., Illltlctln. 3203-lw
7 M story residence, 1213 Matlock nvc. PROFESSIONAL SARDS
4 bdr., clcc. wire, ono block from 2
car lines; good locality; $20 p. ra.
P. E. It. Strnuch, Walty Uldg., 74 S.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON.
Tarnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Bcretanla St. 327U-1W
EDWAnn AnuiTiRP. m. n . duv.
32C0 1( OICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
INC.; SUNDAYS, 0 TO 10 A. M
Cottages la Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lane.
wry furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
Furnished rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mr. McConnelL 2S63
On Itapld Transit car between Wal
klki Turn and Walklki, an Aloha
Temple fez. Kinder return to this
offlco for reward. 3271-tt
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L.-DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
The Hawaii Yncht Club Is unanl.
moiisly In favor of sending the yacht
La I'aloma to San Francisco as its
representative to take part In tho
ocean race this summer.
The annual meeting and bann.net of
the Club was held lust ecnlng at the
Hawaiian Hotel. The assembly was a
success and the enthusiasm for the La
Paloma as the club's standard bearer,
marked. The annual meeting was
held In one of the private rooms of the
hotel. Officers elected for the ensuing
year are as follows:
Commodore, Henry E. Cooper; vlco
commodore, J. A. Lylo; secretary
treasurer, T. II, Petrle; measurer, O.
Li Sorenson; port captain, James E.
Jaeger; regatta committee, II. O.
White, W. 11. Mclnerny, II. O. Wilder;
directors, George R Hcnton, George
Crozler, T. W. Hobron, C. W. Macfar
lane. Reports by the financiers of the club
Indicated the necessity of many mem
bers paying up their dues. The by
laws were changed to allow life mem
bers all the privileges of membership.
After tho business was transacted
adjournment wns taken to the prlvnto
illnlng-routn, where an excellent din
ner was served. Commodoro I'lcKer
In opening the program of toasts out
lined the progress of tho year with be
coming modesty and dwelt upon tho
great work ahead for tho club In con
nection with the great ocean yacht
race Commodore-elect Cooper told of
the reputation of tho Hawaii Yacht
Club on the mainland, expressed his
appreciation of tho excellent work
done during tho year by retiring Com
modore Picker, and Impressed tho
members with tho necessity for get
ting tho finances In proper condition.
C. A. Brown, tho new life-member
gava his cxpcrlcnco In yachting and
expressed his readiness to assist the
club In every way. Ex-Commodoro
Macfarlane told of some of the amus
ing Incidents of La Paloma cruises.
Ex-Commodoro Hobron outlined tho
prospects for California yachts enter
ing tho ocean yacht raco and was es
pecially posltlvo on tho necessity for a
yacht to represent tho Islands, and the
La Paloma was applauded as tho prop
er one for Hawaii. It. W. Shingle, one
of tho newest members, when called
upon, signified his readiness to join
tho life-membership list and thereby
swell tho fund for financing tho trip of
the Club's representative yacht.
Tnere wcro other Impromptu speeches For a Becond prlzo to 'the player
the main text of which was the ocean bringing in tho second-best scoro n
judit rnco and what Honolulu should rnse of Whlto Hock will bo given. The
do to properly uphold Its end of tho Manoa Club has como forward with
program, which It has arranged. Tho tho proposition that they will give a
general consensus of opinion wns that sliver cup to tho player winning tho
a very poor spirit would bo evidenced White Hock Cup twlco on their links.
if Hawaii did not hnvo a yacht In the It Is possible that tho other two clubs
race. will mako a similar offer.
It ti tl This White Hock Cup will do n
If illitn nnnn world of good for tho sport, and, from
ITlAIMiilI III 1 1 1 " inuicaiions tnere win ue me great'
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est of rivalry over same. It Is Jho
Tl.n rl,n,lli,i x-.ji. ..i. "'uo1 uu"uume cul, lual nag ever
Tlio Philadelphia North Amcricnn of t.ee hllnB ., for lnv PVint In tlm
nnnnrv I5ih hi. .,u. n,ni .. "een nung up lor any event in ino
most handsome cup that has
Tnntmrv 1911. C. ..ii. .i ...ii - ueeu nns up ior any event in mo
T,a.n"?.1i2.lhJla '"J'0. n "rt!cle on sporting lino and probably as valuable
""""ri saying mat uan gavo one ag iB ver nIaycd for wav from noro
e-xh'ttrr rwsw'ss a-y? S
that has ever been seen there. I """ "' """-"- i" m V '
"I am 'eellng fit to go a hundred
rounds," said Sullivan after his rub
down at training quarters yestorday.
"This Is certainly tho finest climate
to train in that It has been my pleas
Ilcncar Is now nlavlne rleht half
back on tho 'Varsity water polo team.
Henear Is entered as a student from
the Dental Department.
ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP
Tho Itoslta Challenge Cup, one of
tho oldest cups In Hawaii, has been uro to exnerlcnco. nml I Imvn entten
found. For some years this cup, which Into as fine shapo as I ever was In my
was put up In 1885 for the fastest rac- life. Do I think I will win? Just
Ing horses, has been lost. ' watch that right of mine any tlmo
I This cup was discovered in the old that Hulhul gets within reach. I am
stock ot Pearson & Potter and Is now going to make this fellow Jump out of
In Woods & Sheldon's window, waiting tho ring."
I 'or an owner. i If confidence has anything to do
Tho cup bears the following Inscrlp- with It, Sullivan will certainly bring
tlon: Won by lloslta, July 13th, 1885; homo tho long end of the purse. Sul-
Time, 1:471-4; Anglo A, Juno 12, 1880; luan looks every Inch a fighter nnd
JTImc, 1:451-2; and Vlorcs, June 11, as he Is not given to boasting his
Hawaiian Ballasting Company,
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to dlstanco hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Matinakca St.; P. O. box 820.
Telcrhono Main 296.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes omployees. 520 King St,
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooma
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel 8L,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Sea Hastings for repairs of Lock,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union OrtlL
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired.00 " Wong Kau for lock, gun-
and dyed. 637 Beretanla SL
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
smith and general repairing. Nuu
anu bctw. Merchant and King St.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel SL
1900. Time, 1-15.
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GOLF COMMITTEE MEET
words carry weight. Those who havu
been so fortunate as to seo the Frisco
I hoy work out say ho Is tho goods.
I While Sullivan Is confident. Hulhul
I Is Just as much so. Tho natlvo lad Is
saying little, but sawing wood. Every
The first meeting of the White Hock ,m0 that ho slips on tho mitts with n
t.ol Cup Commutes convened last f,mrrlng partner, It Is n light; no love-
evening ui mu unite ui v, j. i.iuumuo ln,)g nre exchanged. Hulhul is ilevot
on Kort street. Those present were ng hls tlmo to mixing tactics and it Is
Frank Armstrong nnd II. B. Olffnrd of evident that he means to mnke a
tho Honolulu club, Dr. High and C. J. stand-up fight of It. This Is what the
Hutchlns of tho Manoa Club and I). W. ,muc Hkcs, so they will probably get
Anderson and St. Clair Bldgood of the n run for their money. The natlvo clo
Halelwa Club. ment will swear off on pol to get
I). W. Anderson acted as chairman enough Mazuma to hnvo a bet up on
nnd Frank Armstrong as secretary of (her fellow-countryman. If Sullivan
the meeting, win( tho natives will nil go broke.
Tho rules of play call for entries to The sporting public are beginning to
bo mndo at Woods & Sheldon's sport- tako notice, and about all you can
Ing goods Btoro and closo on the hear In sporting gossip Is Sullivan and
Thursday preceding each competition. Hulhul. With tho Opera Houso In
Drawings from these entries will be whch to hold tho show, an Immenso
held nt tho club under which tho con- cr0wd should bo on hand to witrfess
test tnkes place. Tho matches will the sporL
take placo alternately on tho Halelwa, i jj jj j:
Manoa and Moanalua links. The play.) rt, l.,Tnnri.n
or winning tho cup onco on each 1 1 If, A I INTPRrSTS
course hold the same for good and all.) lAwaii llViliniiJl J
Tho Oahu Hallway Co. offered to I
run n train to Halelwa on February Q- Herrcy, L. O. Whlto and A.
llth, the first competition, carrying all -Mnrcelllno will play off their golf
golfers entered free of charge. They match for tho Halelwa Golf Cup In tho
will bo given their transportation nt nnar future.
Woods & Sheldon's when they enter. ft tt 8
This will start the contests off In an Diamond Head Athletic Club nre
auspicious manner. 'nftei a game of ball with the AU-Por-
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers.
j stc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
l (thing Company.
MONEY TO LEND.
3n Jewelry and merchandise. Th J.
Carlo Pawn Jc Hotel and Union.
Fine Jon Printing at The tlullrtln
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Jntenon Buoo, 1111 Fort HL
TAKE YOUR CLOTHE8 TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 !! FORT it 8TREET.
. being Imported for tho coming kennel
ttigucsn team on Washington's Birth
day. Tho Diamond Heads could line I
up as follows: McCorrlston, c; Do-1
sha, p; Chi Ingworth, lb; Sheldon, 2b; '-,., -..,
SL'i:S."'i8D-ta'If' BREEZY SPORTING GOSSIP
Tho White Hock Golf Cup Commit
teo will meet tonight at the offlco of
C. J. Hutchlns.
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Tho Honolulu Iron Works may play
the Camp McKlnley boys baseball on
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Tho coming track meet promises lo
bo tho most keenly contested of any
such event ever pulled off horo.
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Prlzo fighters appearing at tha
Opera House! That's tho limit.
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Tho match between Wahllanl nnd
Morc.li should be a warm one.
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It Is reported that fancy dogs are
Amos Rusle says ho has no Intention
of trying to play ball this season.
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Willie Keller wilt bo the only pro
fessional coach employed at Harvard
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Fred. Tcachout will race a fast
string of horses, which Includes Liber
ty Bell, 2:191-4; Long John, 2:121-4;
nnd Nat Gordon, 2:191-4.
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Frank Gotch defeated Dcllvuk, an
Austrian wrestler, at Montreal, Can
ada, recently In two straight falls,
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Ccptaln Forco of tho California Uni
versity football team Is liable to loso
his arm on account of blood poisoning.
The BULLETIN'S Latest and Best Contest
$2000 Given Away in Ten Prizes
A $1400 Auto; a $350 Piano, and 8 other Splendid Prizes
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For many years the BULLETIN has held prize contests to Increase Interest among its old subscribers and to
add new readers to Its list. The present contest is the most ambitious prize project ever undertaken
byjany newspaper in this country; the number, the value and the real merit of the prizes places this con
test in a class by Itself
How can the BULLETIN afford to do this? The answer is easy. The Evening Bulletin achieved
the greatest prosperity of Its existence in 190S It means to share this success with its patrons In 1906.
It not only aims to give the best of all news and publish the best newspaper in this country, but when
it starts a prize contest It means to place it on a level with Its other features. c
THE SECOND PRIZE Is a beautiful
Kropgcr lMmio urcliu?p(l from
tho well-known jiiano ilculorfl, Tho
liergsstroui Musio Co. Its, cash
jirio) is SJ5350. Tho second prizo
is ns Iinndeoiiio as tho first prizo
and is ns useful nml bountiful for
indoor cntcrtninnicnt its tho nitto
is for outnido recreation. Tho
piano is full Bcalo of 7 1-3 octaves,
height 4ft. Gin., width 5ft. iljin.
Tho winner of tho piano may
choose any color of wood or finish
made by tho famous Krocgcr Piano.
Company of Now York. A special
feature of this instrument is that
it is wired in such mnnnor ns to
withstand tho moisture of our ell
it holds good for ono year, insuring
tho life, health nnd bodily Bafcty
of tho winner for that period. This
is for n preferred risk, moro haz
ardous risks in proportion.
THE FOURTH PRIZE is a 50 'li
ver Punch Howl, purchased from
.M. It. Counter, tho Port street
jeweler, who guarantees its quality
and will ho pleased to show it to
any person interested.
THE FIFTH PRICE Is an order to be
given by tho Bulletin Publihing
Co., Ltd., good for ?-0 worth of
niorchandiso nnd will bo honored
by any merchant who advertises in
this paper. Tho winner of tho
prizo may cliooso tho storo and tho
THE 8IXTH PRIZE Is a Domestic
Sewing Mnchino, for which tho
Von llamm-Voung Co. nro tho
agents. It is n high-grado ma
chine, complete, useful and n wel
come addition to tho home.
THE THIRD PRIZE Is a modern ne
ccssity . iu every homo whoro
thoiightfulness for tho futuro has a
placo it is an order on tho Henry
Wntorhouso Trust Co., Ltd., for a
$5000 policy iu Tho Continental
Casualty Co. of Chicago. Tho pre
mium of this policy is $00.00 aud
The SEVENTH PRIZEIs a fine leath
i.r tmlf stiek 1i:il'. ntwhido Sowed.
Jinado by tho Bridgeport Gun Im
plement Co. ami will contain a sot
of tho very itnest Willio i'arko
sticks. This popular prizo is from
thu hporting goods department of
K. O. Hall & Son, Ltd., who will
select the hag and sticks to suit tho
tasto of tho winner.
THE EIGHTH PRIZE Is a handsome
.22 caliber Winchester Hcpcating
Rifle. Tho namo this gun bears
carries with it all that is good and
depcudnblo in small arms. This
valuablo prizo may bo seen at tho
up-to-dato sporting goods storo of
Woods & Sheldon.
THE NINTH PRIZE Is a 24-Inch
giihl-trimmcd, leather-lined sole-
leather suit case.
Tho TENTH PRIZE Is a Style A Ko
dak Developing Machine from tho
Honolulu Photo Supply Co. This
prize is iu a hnndsomo wooden
case aud is part of tho 1000 outfit
of every nmatctir photographor
who desires tho best pictures with
tho least work.
THE FIRST PRIZE Is a 1903 Reo Touring Car of 16 horse
power, seating fivo people and sells for ?1-100. It waj
bought by The Uui.lkti.v from tho pioneer auto firm of Ha
waii, The Von Hamm Young Co. Tho Iteo Car is tho new
est nnd best two-cylinder car on tho market. Its graceful
lines, handsomo finish, beautiful body and up-to-tho-minuto
improvements mako tho Iteo the Hollo of tho Auto World.
Dr. Anderson of Honolulu bought tho first ono brought into
tho Torritory and says "it is tho finest car I over sat in
running without noiso and keeping up a high, constant speed
tip hills that would simply hold-up an ordinary auto."
Tho yinner of this magnificent prizo will bo known as
tho most popular person i:i tho Torritory of Hawaii.
The Contest Is
OPEN TO EVERYBODY
The Persons turning in the greatest number of
votes will be the winners.
Rules ofthe Contest
Tho contest opens Thursday
February 1, and will closo at 6
o'clock p. in. Juno 10, 1000.
WHO MAY ENTER
Anyono may enter excopt per
sons or anyono in tho immediato
family of any porson in tho regu
lar employ of Tho Hullotin Pub.
During this contest a now- sub
scriber will bo uudoiitood to lo
any porsou who has not bcon regu
larly sorved with Tun Daily or
Wkeki.y Hin.T.KTijf for thirty
days prior to February 1, 100(1,
iransfors from ono member of a
household to another will not bo
allowed, aud all names handed in
as iVcui must lw subject to mvestt
gatiou buforo votes aro allowed.
THE FINAL COUNT
Tho final count will bo mado bv
threo judges, selected from among
tlioso having no interest uv J hk
Hui.i.etin ami no activo interest
in any ono of tho candidates. Tho
voto will bo announced by tho
judges and tho prizes awarded ac
cording to their findings, thcro be
ing jio apjteaU Subscription ac
counts and overything pertaining
to tho contest will bo open-to their
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ono ivcck after the day of issue,
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For each NEW subscriber who
has ru)t been regularly served with
Tun Fvexixo Bulletin within a
period of thirty days prior to tho
first day of February, 1000, if
paid cash iu advance, credits will
bo allowed, as follows:
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vance or on account of arrears, will
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ment is made, but no voles will be
credited upon sums less than- 75
cents. In other words, votes will '
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regular subscriptions as follows:
Daily 1 year $8X10 3000
Dally 6 month 4.00 1200
Dally 3 month 2.00 600
votes from ono candidato to anoth- S?",' I" -'" f
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