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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., MONDAY, FED. 19, 1906.
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The Little Ads with
tioo Phro B, N3W TO -
HOUSE On Vineyard St
' BOUSX On Beach nt WalkJkL
OFFICES In Walty Dulldltig.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Mss. iiouies In nil rarts ot the City.
I BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
(or housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
7S3 Beretanla St. 3270-lw
ifter March 1st, C-room cottage on
V nevnrd street. Apply S. 8. 1'ecK
297 Vineyard St. 3303-tt
Ccttaget la Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwtl, Smith St, mauka Hotel
2 nice largo front rooms, unfurnished,
reasonable. Apply 280 Beretanla St.
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
.nrly furnished mosquito 'proof rooms.
A St Vineyard St 2728-tf
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPtAY.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to 3 a load
, according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and aide-
-walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820,
Telepbone Main 39C.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bbnp, 1111 Fort Bt
DYEINQ AND CLEANINQ.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles nnd fur--sialics
employees. C20 King St
,T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Beretanla St
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
lias moved to tho piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel" St,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
' for (onfng promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher: S3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office. 329G-tf
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to est will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the 8. S. Alameda and which aro
now gracing our Delicatessen counter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from the mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEESE, OLIVES, 8AU8AGE8, FISH, OYSTER8, ETC.
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen that we have had for
a very long time and If you would see It at Its best you should mak
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd,
Telephone Main 45
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
ttilt and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
Ing, and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ligf Repairing and General Jobbing
IDC2 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. l
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ads,
Beet cattle for tale at Ka-
m huku Ilanch. Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 1(
ideal country home nt Manoa Valley,
surrounded oy river; gooa naming;;
6r. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Bargain. Apply
to P. E. It. 8trauch, Ileal Estate, 74
8. King St., Watty Bldg. 3290-tf
Fine corner lot In Maktkt. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F., this offlce.
Fire wood from the Kahaulkl camp.
Apply at the Moana Express, and
shooting gallery, 19 Hotel near Nuu
anu St. Phone Blue Gil.
Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
Cheap Thoroughbred Jersey Bull, 3
jears old. Address X. Y. Z.. Bulle
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address It S. K.. Bulletin.
Kingsbury piano In good condition Ad
dress It Bulletin. 3310-lw
Wo will sell tho exclusive right to
manufacture nnd sell eur household
garbago burner in tho Territory of
Hawaii to tho right parties. For
price, Information nnd description
ot device, apply to Domestic Gar
bage Burner Co., Kalamazoo, Mich.
On Rapid Transit car between Wat'
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St
MONEY TO LEND.
In Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Ko 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, near Union Qrlll.
A. J, DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101
I I. nnnbino, ri iunni.1 ri.
. - nMiil me kVrnDMBU AMn
1 COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW; 502 STAN
W. G LET,
SANITARY PLUMBINQ AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE SMITH 8T.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
Ji--jm satoiMriV - -i-- iYi r.Mt,.Virri.ia;v
IOLANIS vsj. 1. C. A.
This fixture took place on Saturday
at the Baseball Park nnd was hotly
contested from start to finish.
Fine combination by the lolanl
right wlLg took play Into their rivals
quarters where Blackman outwitting
3 or 4 players culminated his tricky
play by opening the scoring for his
side. This early reverse made tho
Y M. C. A. get down to business nnd
W1V pitOOVU IUI WIUD WttBIHM,V
time until Oss eventually cquaiizcu
with a pretty effort. Play thereafter
became Intensely exciting and ranged
from goal to goal, J, Anderson ror mo
Blues sent In a hot shot which Beard
more partly saved by fisting out but
fiom the rebound off Anderson the ball
glided Into the net n somewhat lucky
point for the lolanls. Y M. C. A. then
monopolized the nttack and the Blues
defence had some little difficulty In
clearing their lines their rlvnls spirit
ed attacks continuing but without suc
cess until half-time arrived.
Resuming strongly, the Christians
had nearly all the play In this half but
the lolanl defence was generally too
good for the opposing forwards. Tak
ing advantage of a lull In the attack1
the Blues broke away and taking tin
ball down field Anderson scored a
beauty. Nettled at this reverse the
Chrlslinns enlivened matters and
brought about a successful termination
to ono of their sorties by Spalding
beating Carter with n well JudRed shot
Exhibiting a better understanding the
Y M C. A. forwards opened out and
the lolanl goal underwent several nar
row escapes, The game continued near
the lolanl goal area with the Christians
pressing and although corner after
turner was conceded them they wcro
unsuccessful In their finishing luetics
lolanls retiring victors by 3-2.
The teams wcro as follows:
lolanls Goal, Carter; full-backs, E.
Kcllctt. J. Kellctt; hair-backs, Mon
Yin, Anderson, Harrison; forwards,
Blackman, Anderson, Woo, E, Kca, C.
Y. M. C. A. Goal, Bcardmoro; full
hacks, Macaulay, Turner; half-backs.
Gill. Plunkett, Dixon; forwards. Mar
tin, Spalding, Oss, Haley, Waterhouse.
The opening exchanges favored tho
Mallcs who kept play confined to their
rivals quarters. It was a game ot
diverse styles. The Heads adopted a
running nttack, wmcii disjointed tueir
team on Invading their opponents ter
ritory while tho Green and Golds es
sayed the slower but more accurate
game of placing the sphere to one an
other while moving up the field as a
whole, the latter game paying as the
Malles were the first to register. From
a raid on the Beds defence Bailey for
the Malles centered at the pyscholo-
gfcal moment and from the ensuing
melee In the goal mouth the ball was
lodged In tho net Tho game then bo
came very fast the Heads forcing tho
pace and at the samo time showing
some fine touches. En Sua nnd Fer
nandez rcpoatedly beat the Mallo de
fence nnd corner after corner was con
ceded by the Malles back division to
avert disaster. Holding out magnin
clcntly tho Malle defence sent tho
Heads back empty-handed and bait
time came with the score reading M.
I IJ. II. 0.
The Heads Immediately became ag
gressive on resuming and the work
thrown on the green and gold defence
demonstrated the quality of tho at
tack. The Heads certainly showed the
greater dash but faulty finishing rob
bed them of their chances. While the
Mallcs were floundering a great deal In
the latter's forwards frittered away
many ot their chances by the question
able clllcacy of a plan ot passing and
repassing In front ot goal when no
Mich liberties should have been tak
en, Williams being the solitary excep
tion and commendable efforts ot his
just grazing the wrong Blde of the
uprights. The moral ot getting goals
early lias often been pointed out but
both teams erred In this respect in not
pressing home their advantages, the
Mallcs In the first half and the Heads
In tho latter period, As the gamo
progressed the Heads played with
great vigor and En Sue brought about
tho equalizer with a lovely shot mak
ing amends for previous clmnces lie
had mulled. Occasional breakaways by
the Mallcs weia nullified by the splen
did defence ot the Heads and their
forwards on every occasion tried racing
tactics to get on the lead but without
success. Tho Malles seemed content
to play for u draw and although the
Reds kept up a spirited attack they
could not overcome the latter's do
fence. Play throughout on tho Mallo sldo
was of scrambling nature the forwards
falling to suitaln combination. The
halves were In a way responsible for
this but the form shown by the for
wards was very crude the pace evi
dently telling upon them more so In
comparison with the plan of their
nimbler footed opponents.
Taking the match on Its merits the
Heads were value for a win but It was
not to bo and the game ended In a
draw of 1 goal each.
Malles Goal. It Chllllngworth; full
backs, J. McOlll, It Anderson; half
backs, F. Davis, D. Canter, Guild; for
wards, Simpson, Gray, Catterall, F,
Bailey, II. Bailey.
Diamond Heads Ooal, Chilton; full
backs, Grune, Clarke; half-backs,
Gleason, Clarko, E. Desha; forwards,
En Sue, Chllllngworth, G. Desha, Fer
Ah a result of these games the lo
lanls are now pressing the Malles
hard for first place, the standing ot
the teams being as follows:
P. W. L. D. For Against
lolanls 6 4 2 0 13 10
Mallcs 6 3 0 3 9 4
Punahous 6 113 7 0
Y. M. C. A 0 0 4 14 12
D. Heads 6 2 3 18 9
Points lolanls, 8; Malles, 9; Puna
hous, 6; Y. M. C. A., l: D. Heads, 6.
L, A. C. DEFEAT SOLDIERS
Probably the largest crowd that over
witnessed n gamo of baseball at Kaplo
lanl Park was on hand yesterday to
see the All-Portuguese team adminis
ter a beating to tho lads from Camp
McKlnlcy, The L. A. Cs. deserve nil
the credit In the world for the manner
In which they defeated Uncle Sam's
men. Bushnell the star third base
man of the Portuguese team was on
the sick list and Frcltas was held back
In anticipation of the coming gams
against the Diamond Heads on Thurs
day. Ever, started In the box tor the
Portuguese and the Camp boys hit him
hard and as his support was ragged
the 10th plied up 4 runs and It looked
bad for the Punchbowl boys at the end
of the first Inning. McOlnnls a crack
pitcher from Manila was In the box for,
ine soiuicrs anu, considering me pucn
ed a good game of ball. For the first
two innings tho town boys could do
nothing with him. They brought a
run home !n both the third and 4th
Inning, nnd 4 In the 7th. For 7 Innings
the soldier lads received whitewash j
ana wero only aoie to get one man
around tho circuit In tho ninth. The
score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 S 0 7 8 9
10th Infantry .. .4 0000000 13
All-Portuguese; ..00110(40 6
Tenth Inrnntry McOlnnls, p.; Illng
land, c; Schoeffel, lb,; Van Vllct, Jr.,
2b.; Carey, 3b.; Van Vllct, Sr., s.s.;
Horn, r, f.; Boyle, I. f.; Fcnncr, c. f.
All-Portuguese F. Frcltas, p.; L.
Soarcs, a; Plmental, Hi.; Fernandez,
2b.; J. Mnderlns, 3b ; Evers, s.s.; l-
Soarcs, r. f.; Traors, 1. f.; "Mike"
Freltas, c. f.
0N0MEAUND SLIDE '
Hllo, Feb. 15. About 2 o'clock yes
terday afternoon residents at Onomea,
near the gulch, were surprised by a
terrific rumbling noise and tho crash
ing of trees. An Inspection of the vi
cinity resulted In finding that the earth
at the side ot tho gulch had slipped
down tho declivity and carried with It
tho store of K, Matsumura that stood
directly on tho bank. There wcro sev.
eral Japanese men In tho building and
ono woman, and they wcro carried
down the embankment and covered up
with tho mass of earth and stones
that was carried down In the slide. Af
ter much hard work the men managed
to work their way out and then began
a hunt for tho woman. She was found
further down the bank unconscious
from tho shock, and carried to tho
road and afterward taken to Papalkou,
where tho services ot a physician were
obtained. Tho first report received In
Hllo was to the effect that a half dozen
bouses and their occupants were car
ried down and the men killed, but this
was ono ot tho usual exaggerations fol
lowing an accident of this kind.
I Tho accident was caused by men
working on tho road turning flume va
ter in the ditches In order to clean
them out. Herald.
BETTER HAWAII MAIL
O. W. Carr, superintendent ot mall
transportation, has signed a contract
with tho I.-I. S. N Co. under which
the Klnau and Claudlne will ply be.
twecn Hllo and Honolulu, the Klnau
to run as at present and the Claudlne
leaving Honolulu each Friday evening.
Carr has also contracted with the Vol,
tano Stables to connect with the
iteamers for conveyance of malls to
I'ahala, and with a Mr. Baker from
I'ahala onward. Contracts take effect
It H. Trent, agent of the Volcano
House Co., has ordered tickets to tho
Volcano House for the change of
HIS PRETTY PIN.
(Bptelal to The lluUtlin)
Wnlliiku, Maul, Feb. 15. One of our
(clluu townsmen was the happy reclp
lenc of n cry pleasant surprise (to
him at least) lest Tuesday evening, It
wf0 n necktie pin set with a big stone
that shines mora In tho light than In
tho dark, and ono that will cut friend
ship more readily than glass. The re
ceiver Is wearing bis gift on his neck
tie and prizes It as the richest Jewel
set near his heart In fact he prizes
its Intrinsic value (no matter its ap
praised value) morothan all the world
ly possessions he had acquired during
a residence In Hawaii for over thirty
years, and among these are an endless
number of rings set with precious
stones which glitter In the sunlight
every motion lie makes with his right
hand, for each finger holds a ring ot
priceless worth to the wearer, but may
not be worth much to a Jeweler.
The Floral Parade Committee will
be asked to make an official request
ot the people ot Honolulu that thny
wear white clothing, If possible, on
Thursday, the day of tho parade. There
will be nn army cf cameras out and the
Idea is that pictures taken ot the cele
bration bear the Impress of semi
tropical wearing apparel.
A cough Is a danger signal. Yon
should heed Its warning promptly.
Begin at once, and take regular
Alt serious lung troubles
begin with a common
oold. A oold In tba
throat cully passes to
tho bronchial tubes.
and yon hate bron
chitis, leadlog- pos
sibly to pneu-
imonla or con
your cold before It goes down Into
the chest When you bring a bottle
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Into the
house you bring with It relief, good
cheer, hope, and sunshine. It Is a
standard and unrivaled remedy for
colds and coughs. I
There are many substitutes and Imi
tations. Bewaro ot them and of so
called "Genuine Cherry Pectoral.",
Be sure you get AYER'S Cherry
Put up In large and small bottles. I
TttftU ; Dr. J. C t C.,Lmll,MiMU. S. A.
ISAAC DAYIS WRITES
Editor Evening Bulletin: Some peo
ple I see In your paper of February C
living In Kona &re trying to havo Dep
uty Sheriff Kelllkoa turned out ot his
place because he did not serve some
1 am, like David Alawa, one ot those
held up for leprosy by orders ot Dr.
Goodhue, although quite sound; and
we both feel very vexed nt such an in'
I know that tho lepcr-warrant which
Sheriff Kelllkoa served, but dfd not
enforce, was not sworn to In person
before Judge Clarke by Dr. Goodhue,
I nm Hint Davis who Is an owner of
the Holualoa school house, premises
Hint there Is a fight about On January
C nnd 7 Judge Clarke sent out warrants
to arrest us ror inning our own prop.
erty; and I know that they wcra not
sworn to by Mrs. Nettle L. Scott and
Miss Carlson (tno compiaincrsi uciore
Judge Clarke, nnd their names were not
on the paper.
When Sheriff Keoianul came irom
Hllo, Judgo Clarke gave htm a war
rant to serve on us, not signed by the
same complalners. Keoianul, county
Sheriff, refused to servo It, Just like
his Deputy, Kelllkoa.
county sncrin Keoianul anu ins
Deputy, Kelllkoa, are elected by voters,
nnd they havo to And bondsmen; and,
It they enforce this kind ot warrant,
they might IcC their bondsmen In for
I think Deputy Kelllkoa has done
quite right, and they have no right to
make a petition against him.
There arc twenty-seven (27) nnmci
In your newspaper who slgne"!! that
petition, but County Attorney Wil
liams, who Is here to Investigate, now
finds that ten have withdrawn, and
that there Is a petition In Deputy Ke
lllkoa's favor signed by over a (100)
It Is funny to see that the 17 names
left include only:
(1) Dr. Goodhue, angry about his
Illegal Leper warrants.
(2) M. F. Scott, angry about his Ille
gal school house warrants.
(3) The four followers of Ex-Deputy
Nahale, looking for a Job.
(4) A clerk at Hackfeld's store (your
Kallua Bulletin writer) who Is trying
to make good his written threats (of
Nov. and Dec, 1905 In Bulletin) to
turn Deputy Kelllkoa out His cm
ployces who must sign or quit work.
I am Sir, respectfully yours,
ISAAC K. DAVIS.
Holualoa-kal, Feb. 14, 190C.
Hllo, Feb. 15. Two attempts were
made last week to blow up tho wreck
of tho Martha Davis, but tho first was
a distinct failure and tho second only
a partial success. The divers had
been at work on tho hulk for weeks
but tho water was not such that tho
blasts could bo set off with any cer
tainty of success. The tidal wavo bad
disorganized affairs at tho bottom of
the bay whero tho bones ot tho Martha
were resting and tho wires wero twist-
'ed and mixed by tho action of the wa
ter. Captain Dower says ha mado
Ifcoiindlugs over tho wreck a few days
belore tho tidal wavo and found eight
feet of water, clear and after tho wave,
a uay or iwo, no again loon sounuings
nnd found sixteen feet pf water and
what appeared to be a gutter washed
under tho wreck.
Joe, Brlto, foreman for Whltehouso
on the sewer Job, was called Into ser
vice In connection with the location of
the blasts, and on Saturday a inlnuto
or two after l o'clock thq cloctrlc but
ton was touched on board tho Lchua
nnd a cloud of water bounding Into tba
air Just over the wreck was tho re
sult. With the blast tho men succeed
ed In tearing out one side of the sub
merged vessel and bringing to tho
surface a lot of barley and pieces of
the vessel. Two blasts followed with
On Tuesday about 500 pounds of ex
plosives were placed In tho wreck on
the windward side and yesterday
morning uento went out to superln
tend tho setting off of the blast. This
was successful a little whllo after 10
o clock and the wreck of tho vessel
broke from her bed In tho water, R,
T. Guard has had charge ot tho opera
tion since the Lohua left Herald.
MELLO At Elecle, Kauai, Feb. 16,
j 1906, to the wife ot J. C. Mello, a
I wTSiv vC
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the needed vote coupon and placing in the hands of the new sub
scribers the best navspapcr publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prizes are a ?ll60 REO TOURINQ CAR, 16 horsepow
er, seating five people. The Second Prize is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO; Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a ?40 STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE; Seventh, a
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