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EVENING DULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. H FIUDAY, FED. 16. 1906.
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Pntfo 8, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
nOUSB-On Vineyard St.
1 DOUBB On Beach at Walklkl.
- OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
K tmnraTed and Unlmnrovcd Prooer-
.Houses In all rarta of the City,
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
(or housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Bcrctanla St. 3270-lw
Alter March 1st, 6-room cottage on
Vlnetanl street. Aonlr S. S. Peck.
297 Vineyard St. 330S-II
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwrJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city, Helens court, Adams lano,
Furnished cottage 13 00 per week. Ap
ply Honolulu Hotel. 1303-lw
owly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
furnished rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. McConnell. 2EC3
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE. I
42-yr. Leasehold, 2-story Cottage on
Beach ndjolnlng Ena property. In
quire No. 8 Kaplolanl Bid 3302-lw
Sum of money. Call Bulletin office. '
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St; P. O. box 820.
Teleriono Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bono. 1111 Fort Bt
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 620 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Berctanta St
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
.' cor. Pemacola and Berctanla.
'.'Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
baa moved to tho piano warcrooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co.. 168 Hotel St,
P innnn.ltn Ynnnir Hotel. All orders
tor tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher: S3 month (8 lessons);
1,1 special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office. 329Ctf
Weekly Bulletin SI Per y"r-
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to est will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. S. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen csunter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from 'the mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEESE, OLIVES, SAU8AGE8, FI8H, OY8TER8, ETC.
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen that we have had for
a very long time and if you wojld see It at its best you should mak
an early Inspection,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
Do You Think?
That's, what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F. COLDURN HI, Manager.
Beet cattle for sale at Ka
huku Ilancb, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 tf
'deal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounuea uy river; goou naming;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, rosc, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Bargain. Apply
to P. E. II. Strauch, Ileal Estate, 71
b. King 8t., Walty Bldg. 329fltf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address II. F., this office.
pure Plymouth Hock eggs, and young
t.l1 una nn n tnntlltl nil 1 A Tint V
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
strccis. ' ua-u
Cheap Tliorouglibred Jersey Bull, 3
tears old. Auilrcs X. Y. Z.. uuiic
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. S. K.. Bulletin.
Wo will sell tho exclusive right to
manufacture and sell eur household
garbago burner In tho Territory of
Hawaii to tha right parties. For
prlco, Information and description
of device, apply to Domestic Gar
bage Burner Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.
An oxpcrlcnced shoo salesman. In
quire Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Fort
street 3300 tf
LOS" I .
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
kikl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Templo fez. Finder return to this
office for reward, 3271-tf
Ladles' gold watch, between Fort and
Richards Street Inltlnls M. K. P
nn back of same. Suitable reward ur
Umbrellas repaired and bras polish'
Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St
MONEY TO LEND.
In Jewelry and merchandise. Tht J.
Carlo Pawn 7c Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting, All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Qrlll.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 3.,
777 KINO 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN-
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
,sSafefea- ..--,--- -&
The Myrtle Boot Club has elected tU
following officers for 1906:
President. W W. Hnrrls.
Vic president. W. II. Soper.
Secretary, J. F. Soper.
Captain, T V King.
Auditor, L. C. King:
Trustees. O. Crozlcr. A. M. Simpson
and C. W. Olrvln.
The report of the treasurer showed
that tbo flnnnclal standing of the club
is good. The proposed Freshman's
shell race at Pearl Harbor on July 4th
was considered. It was proposed to
pass tho matter up to the Board of 1)1
rectors after a talk Is had with the
Henlanls on the subject
The following letter was received
from Secretary Wood In regard to a
water carnival' l
Secretary. MJrtle Boat Club. I
Dear Sir: The Hawaii Promotion
Committee would like cry much In J
deed to see repeated the Water Carnival '
given so successfully by the Honolulu
Boat Clubs last year.
As you are aware, the Hawaii Yacht
Club Is endeavoring to pull oft a yacht
race between Sun Francisco and Hono.
lulu, the present plan being for tho
yachts to leave San Francisco on May
6. and It was thought that In the llnv
of cntcrtnlnmcnt for tho yachtsmen
and their friends that the Water Car
nlal would proe most attractive.
Hoping that you may give this sue-
gcstlon your careful consideration, I
lours very truly,
11. P. WOOD,
It Is probabla that this carnival will
be held during the stay of the aclitl
Sir Thomas Llpton will not discus
at present his plans to challcngo fur
Amcrlcn's cup In 1907. Ho points out
that under the rules It Is not necessary
to challenge until the fall of this jcar,
and until then he will not say what hi
It Is unders'tood, however, that Al
fred -Milne, of Glasgow, will design tho
challenger and that Denney's of Dum
barton will build the yacht In yacht
ing circles It Is said that Sir Thomui
will nsk the New York Yacht Club t
modify Its rules.
Shortstop Pete O'Brien, of the St.
Paul American Association Club, whu
wljl be tried out by the Browns In the
spring. Is a crack baseball plajer, but
his language would hardly pass In
"400" society. I'eto never had mucli
of an opportunity to gain an educn
tlon, and his grammatical errors fur
nish much amusement for the other
members of the team. Most of the
members of St. Paul's team for the past
two years have been college men, and
at times their language put Peter on
the mat for the count
One day last summer, while tho St
Paul team was journeying from St
Paul to Minneapolis for a gamo
with the Millers, t Eddie Wheeler, St.
Paul's third baseman, who has pol
ished manners and speech, remarked
to Pitcher Ferguson: "1 see Smith,
who used to do tho backstop work for
1 ifflfth MffiiiS
MISS MAIOIAUA. UKNItV,
S030 rorrtflllo At., , CHICAGO.
MUallrnrr ayl "IteforAlhfMrniiiulnrPand'Mina
mjr hair waJifalltnr oiHlnrrcai hamlnful, anl 1 am
jilt'.iiwHl 10 Mijr that Dilute rl no not only mupp.il it at
owe, but ha mario my batr rruvr more tua twko
M lonr H er r w &."
ilrt. hloUo Alherion. Llttln Rorlc. Ark.. Mjmt NIt
In urrljr remarkable tho way Uainlerin! tmprvvtn
tlio hair. It ha made my hair crow tun Inchon tunc
t In nva month and It In truliiir thicker and Joncer
allthailnw. 1 botlcrn in i?liitr prutue wnero It 1
due atut you can uw my name a retereaca 11 you
DANDERINE la to tho lialr what
roots, Invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, fertilizing and life-producing iroprrtlcs cause tho hair to
grow abundantly long.Btrongand beautiful. IT IS THE NATURAL FOOD OF THE HAIR. SCIENTIFICALLY
CHARGED WITH NEW AND GENUINE LIFE-PRODUCING ESSENCES UNHEARD OF OY OTHER
MAKERS OF HAIR TONIC. MO Wat all druggists In tliroo sjzes, 25 cents, SO cents and SI.OO per bottle.
To show how qulrkljr Dmndartnm
S 10 loo itnowitoii uBuuBriufl wu
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY HOLUSTER DRUG COMPANY, SOLE AGENTS,
one of the big league teams some enrs
ago. Is dead of tuberculosis,"
O'Brien wns sitting near Wheeler,
and the word tuberculosis caused him
to look up with a puzzled expression
on his countennnte.
"Say, are you suro about that, Eddlo?
Why, hully gee. I heard he died of
consumption!" declared O'Brien.
O'Brien Is wondering to this day why
the death of n man should cause so
BUTCHERS MEET SOLDIERS
Sunday tho Butchers from the Met
ropolitan Meat Co. and Uncle Sam's
men cross bats for the third time to
see who urn the real champions. These
two teams have met twice and each
has the credit or a victory. This third
game will decide the matter of which
Is tho better team, for good and all.
n it n
Interest Is growing In the Washing
ton's Birthday game between tho II. A.
C. Champions and Punahou. These two
teams will meet on this day In an en
counter that should be well worth wit
nessing. All the available material ot
both teams will bo tried out so that
the men for the 1906 seaton can be
chosen for tho two teams. Diamond
Heads and All-Portuguese will meet In
a second game on Washington's Birth
day and this game should prove just
as exciting as the first one. Both ot
these teams are strong combinations
and a good game Is looked for.
H It It
Van Vlelt, Jr., will be tried out In the
Punahou-H. A. O. game.
TWO MILESJNj58 4-5 SEC.
Victor Demogcot, of France, was,
crowned Speed King of tho World the
other day nt tha Da)atona sands In
1 lorlila lie ilrovo nls gasoline car twe
miles In .68 4-S seconds,
Demogent nialntiiliit-d a Bpeed of 12J
miles per hour to make this record.
Tho two-mllos-n-tulnute raco closed
the autombbllfi tournament for thU
season, The competition In this event
had narrowed down to .Marriott, In tm
steamer, and to the big 200-horBepowcr
I- rencn car, wnoever siiouia drive. ue
mogvut wus finally stlected For this
feat Dcmogeal wus then ,1000.
II tt tt
Curtis G. Redden, formerly a base'
ball and football player ot the Uni
versity ot Michigan and captain of the
1903 Wolverlno eleven, has signed to
play wllh Indianapolis In tbe Ameri
can Association this year,
a tt a
Philadelphia, Feb. 1. There Is a
strong probability that Fielding II.
Yost, Michigan's famous coach, will
take, charge of football at the Carlisle
Indian School this fall This state
ment Is based on the fact that the Car
lisle management has been after Yolt
before, and has already decided not to
le-engago Ocorge W Woodruff, the
former Pennsylvania coach.
The nctlon of the faculty representa
tives of the "Dig Nino" of the Western
colleges In abolishing tbo professional
coach In football will make It Impos
sible for Yost to remain with Mlehlgan,
unless the Wolverines withdraw from
that organization, which they are not
likely to do. Tho Indians arc making
GREW. THIS HAIR
AMP We OAM
Ape O years,
315 Mohawk Mreet, CHICAGO,
f I nroit hi bocome renr rally known
that l:iiilTliiorauftts hair to prow jiut
a abundantly on tho hiailaofclilMrma
tt ttiio on thotw of maiurtt p roii, many
truly iiureloun eam.a art coiniuir to our
notlett. Utile MlaUueil.wlioe,'hoio
rraph aip are a do to, I certainly oneof
the remarkable unua. Her beautiful hair
U over thirty inch a lone ami h r mother
eaya that "HAM lIUKIMfi CiUEW EVfcltY
fresh showers of rain and sunshlno are
Mti, we will itn J a largo lampls Irra tr return
, viuragu, whu iiieir uawo auu aaurvi auu icu
preparations for a great team this fall,
and would be glad to' secure the former
It tt u
Santa Clara College defeated Stan
ford In tho opening gamo of baseball by
tho score of 6-3.
Jack McCarthy has taken charge ot
the California 'varsity baseball squad,
It II tt
At the amateur meet under the aus
pices of Columbia University at Mndl
ton Square Garden M, Sheppard of the
Irlsh-A'merlcan A. A. U. ran n mile In
4 minutes and 26 1-6 seconds, four
fifths of a second better than the for'
mer Indoor record. Dray, of Ynlo,
broke tho Indoor pole vaulting record,
clearing the bar nt 11 feet, 7'A Inches.
tt a K
Arrangements are making for a
track meet between tho Universities
of Oregon, Washington and Idaho.
It tt tt
Winnie Cutter will coach Washing
ton University track team this year.
II tt tt
W. B. Cosgrave has been engaged as
baseball coach at Princeton. He played
short and -center on the Tiger team
from 1901 to 1904.
tt It a
W. E. Clow, Jr., of Chicago, has been
elected president of the Intercollegiate
tt a tt
Stanford University, Feb. 3. Sinn-
ford defeated the Elks' Club of San
Francisco nt baseball today by a score
of 8 to 2. Doc Mosklman played a
great game at third for tho Elks.
President W. W. JIarrls presided at
a meeting of the Builders & Traders'
Exchange last eenlng. New commit
mlttecs were nppolnted, one commllteo
having to do with public Improvements
and to work with the various road Ini
proicmcnt clubs for benutifylng thu
city. The admission of honorary mem
bers was provided for. A commute i
was nnpoluted to secure new quarters
The secretary was Instructed to com-.
munlcnte nun the Delegate In Con
gress to put the Kxchnngo In touch
with Secretary Wilson ot tho Agricul
ture Department, that there might be
obtained the fullest Information In tho
matter of tha Federal appropriation ot
(25,000 for the annual maintenance .
the Agricultural College. Tho Wash
ington delegation will also ho commun
icated with, the Exchange forwarding
Its resolution favoring tho proposed 73
per cent refund to tho Territory of rev
Bishop Hamilton of tho Methodist
church, before leaving for the mainland
on the Manchuria yesterday, practical
ly closed a deal whereby tho jiroperty
on Punchbowl street, mnkal ot Hero
tanla. now occupied by Okumura't
boarding school, will pass to the Meth-
odlst Board of Missions as n city head
quarters, home for children and hos
pital for Koreans In Hawaii. On June
first the place will be taken over by
Dr. Wadman and made the Korean mis
THE SCHOOL CITY.
An account of what Is being done In
the East to develop civic responsibil
ity and pride Comparative table of
IN SATURDAY'S BULLETIN.
Ocorge Alexander Daupbtny died al
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Captatu
Fitzgerald, In Hllo, Saturday night. In
tho seventy-third year of his age. The
funeral services were conducted by
Rev C. E. Shields, and were held at
the homo of Captain and Mrs, Fltzger.
aid at' 3:30 Sunday afternoon, Febru
ary 11. Death resulted from heart fail
ure after an Illness ot about1 three
months and occurred nt 12 o'clock.
MISS NISLMA. HAB-IULL.
ms -North 43d Court, CHICAGO.
NIm Itaswl tarn "My lulr wouM not
retch txlutr tny jli l-n 1 twitan tulmr
your DawlirliM. It w it ulno f.ul.nl ami apllt
lliif at ilia end. Now It U oror 5' lout
lotircrlliaiiHovirwan an J It ha rt'Kalnil
lu orlrliul rich blond eolor, I uihxI iUo touto
aooui lour uiouiua all together,"
to vegetation. It caes rlcht to tho
tmll to anyoim who itndi Hits sdrortliemcnt
ciuu m tuvcr or tuin to pay ioitage.
How to get votes to win a place in
.the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Bulletin off he has been
week, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
Tins cannot be granted, as it would be unfair to the persons not
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up to the vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vote coupon and placing jn the hands of the new sub
scribers, the best nctvspapcr publish m the Territory of Hawaii.
The prizes are a $1400 REO TOURING CAR, 16 horsepow
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PIANO; Third, a 9500O INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a ?40 STORE ORDER;
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fuly equipped shop on Queen St., between Fort and Alakea Sts. Also
carriage painting and building. This department It In charge of skill
ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent to under
take the building of wagons, drays and carriages. Prices are exceed
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