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EVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. THUrt3D,tV. FED. 22, 1806.
' The Little Ads with the Big Results
Sea Puko , NSW TO-DAY, for Now Adn.
IIOUSB On Vineyard 8t.
' HOU8B On lleach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty llulldlng.
WAIlKHOU3nS On Queen Street,
Improved and Unimproved Proper
' Houses In all rarts ot the City.
I DISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Beretanla St. 3270-lw
After March 1st, G-room cottage on
Vlnciard street. A wily S. S. Peck,
297 Vineyard St 330S-H
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwiJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
2 nlco largo front room. Unfurnished,
reasonable. Apply 280 llcretanla St,
sCheapest. coolest furnished rooms In
.city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms
l 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
LOS' I ,
Pass book on Bishop & Co.'s SaInzs
Bank Department, held In name ofj
Manuel da Slhft Barbosa. Finder
IkOil return to Bishop & Co 'h
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha1
Tcmplo fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tt
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
-Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from 82 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks or stable, roads and side
walks; flrowood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St ; P. O. box 820.
Telorhono Main 390.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Sbno, 1111 Fort St
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
rntebes employees. 620 King St.
r. Hsyashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Beretanla St
.For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
.for. Pcnsacola and Beretanla.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
fata moved to th piano warcrooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co , 168 Hotel Bt,
topposUo Young Hotel, All orders
tor tuning promptly attended to.
iplano tauciht In 6 months by experi
enced teacher, 83 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners. I
Address music, tnis 'mice. zyu-u
Weekly Bulletin SI P" ver-
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to eat will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the 8. 8. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen counter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from the mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEESE, OLIVES, SAU8AGE8, FISH, 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 make
an early Inspection,
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Decf cattle for sale at Ka-
m htiku Ranch. Kail. Ha
waii. ' 3212 If
'deal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; goou naming;
Or. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino Bargain. Apply
to P. I!. II. Straiten, Ileal Estate, 74
h. King St., Walty Uldg, 329C-tf
Finn corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement!. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address II. F., this office.
I "In; wood from tho Kafaaulkl camp. 1
Apply at the Monna Express, and
shooting gallery. 19 Hotel near Nuu
ami St Phono lllue 611.
Pure Plymouth Hock eggs, and young
chickens one mouth old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
Choice pure-bred Plymouth Uock
eggs, 82 per Betting; unfertile eggs
replaced. Address P. O. Box 110.
Cheap Thoroughbred Jersey Dull, 3
jcars old. Address X. Y. Z., Bulle
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R, S. K.. Bulletin.
Kingsbury plnno In good condition Ad
dress II Bulletin 3310-lw
A furnished cottage of three or four
rooms near car line. Address
lonitiB 41, 42 Young Bldg. 3312-lw
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Btua 1801.
Residence 'Phono Blue 2332.
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pun.
Qsy'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Umbrellas r.nalred and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Cxrln Pawn p Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union QrllL
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
: COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN-
Meat Con Ltd.,
STUART'S ATHENEUM PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON.
This celebrated Athenicum portrait
luuy iiiauc m a niiiuiK ill me ntiini n
!"'r..u"""r. IV.T"': ' " ...',"..'"'
and the artist considered It the best ever
MIUULU 1 LAY KUUDI
Tho New Zealand Rugby football
team passed through Honolulu yestur-
day and they certainly looked every
Inch that of football players. Tho
players-were taken In hand by some of
tho local bbys and shown tho sights.
c. i;. Booth, ono or tho ulavcrs on
tha team and an enthusiast of tho
game, declares that If Americans toko
up the Bport that they will surpass tho
"There are many reasons for this,"
declared Mr. Booth, "In the first place.
you liao groat running men. Your
young college lads are cry fast men
inllvwid physically, and these aro two
qualifications that count In tho sport."
"Tho American Is noted the world
nvcr for his speed In running, and thU
Ib a great point In his favor Bhould lit)
adopt the Ilughy game."
"California and Honolulu aro the
climates for tho sport. The climate Is
so uniform that tho game could bo
played the year round. In New Zea
land the gumo has made great utricles
bf late J ears, There are CO.OOO play-
prs ainilated with the Now Zealand
Ilugby Union, and when you consider
the population Is only 900,000 ou will
see the hold that tho game has tukcu
on tho people of my country.
"As an umatcur sport Ilugby should
appeal to all Americans. The cost of
maintaining a team Is not great, far
less than It takes to run a baseball
team or an Intercollcglato footbnll
'And to play the game perfectly ono
doe not Imvo to maintain the strict
training rules of a gladiator. Office
men can attend to their duties and
still bo very skilful at tho sport, Tha
majority of tho best players nru thus
employed. In fact, tha sport Ib, rtrlct
ly speaking, an amateur sport, and as
s developer of health nnd spirit t be
llow tho sport haB no equal."
When England playi-d New Zealand
a few years ago there wero more than
100,000 people turned out to sea our
games, Tho largest crowd was at
Auckland, where. 30,000 wero present,
Tho New Zealand team Is perhaps
tho best In tho world although they
met with roveranla In Walca.
FIGHTERS WARM UP
The sound of tho punching bag Is
ngnln being heard down at tha Boat
club and all tho ambitious fighters aro
dally going through their BtuntB to
strongthen their wind and harden
their muscles. Uptown tho fight fans
nre beginning to gossip as to the mer
Its ot the various fighters who aro to
nppear In the March date, Pugdom Is
warming un and from now on until af.
' tcr the show tho wIbo ones will spout
and tell how It will all happen.
Meanwhile BUI Hulhul Is figuring
Just how lie Is going to fight tho wlley
Sullivan, The two havo signed to box
straight rules. Tho natlv lad thinks
that ho has a hotter chance by being
able to fight In the clinches. Sullivan
claims that this style ot milling is to
his liking and that he will dtsposo of
his dusky opponent under these rules
in less time, than It took him In their
laRt go. Whichever way the fight goes
It ia sure lo suit the public as they
pay their coin to Bee fighting and In
straight rules thero la more of the real
thing than can bo seen In tho clean
The McFadden-Nclson bout IS creat
ing just as much talk as the other
fight, Nelson has a largo following
here who lllto to see him fight His
nlenn-nit -vletorv ovir Harris and
Heine won for him a host of frleiidB. I
Nelson Is a fighter from the ground
nu- "''. , -iytr X ''
I up una uu win gu. uuu me ring iu uuu
of Washington was ratnted from
studio nt (Icnnatitown. It wan Stuarfi
pumiii 111 ifi-iuminunii. i .-an uiumt.
".'"Z:.."'. I-lir .,".;:-.::- """"
executed except Houdna's bust
McFnddcn'a experience will be his
!! .Otok.li,,'trn(1 '." llS n?h,1 nnd ll m 1
to uso all his cleverness and knowl-
edgo of thu game to avoid Nelson's
'"? "l"- ... ,. ,..,.
, N,0'1" 'olnS h' wo nl ' "
,lanl "a' "ou"" " he Is putting In
l.nmn luir.l llla II.. 1, n L'ttn. n.1,1
,.""" .""." ""? '"- """ '"i" "
WahalanI for his sparring partners,
Nelson'H brothi-r has n bunch ot coin
that ha In willing to place on his rel
atives ability to beat tho pink fighter
TRACK MEN TRAIN
Mnreh will see the largest field meet
In Ihn hlktnrv nf tills rnuntrv. Whpn
tho Dots' Clubs null oft their annual!
uni uiuru will uc live u.iu I'ruuuuiy
six ilubB entered with a total of 100
nthlrtca to compte for the various
dltlonlng. rtcmirtr; Vr .
All tho athletes aro now busy con-
laurtls. rnther than rnln in hlft rriillt.
event. Everything Is track meet outi" " " ii
at tLo Kam. Schools. These lad are
leaving no xtono unturned to bring
homo a victory. They remember with
a bitter reeling tnelr iioirat in tne
last meet at the hands ot the Diamond
Heads and they do not Intend to have
tho name thing happen twice In sue-
cession. Word ccmcn that tho native
boys oro all working In fine shape and
that they wll give a good account of
incmuivm wnen me iimo comes. ,mc-
Condlesx I doing good work and he I
aione snouiii win many points tor nis
Thu Diamond Heads will enter
about tho Ha mo team that carried off
first honors In the last meet They
havo loHt Jones, tho hot-putter. Joneu
has Bccurtd employment on the other
Islands. En Sue and Akana will do
tho sprlntH and can1 be depended upon
to win tho majority of these events.
Kanao win try for more rtcorus witn
Just who tho Kam Alumni haB Is not
known, although It Is claimed that Uipy
will enter a strong team. Heretofore
tha school boys have drawn from the
alumni und their
support will Uo
missed this time.
Thu Chinese Athletic Club are talk
ing seriously about entering tho event
but as yet have come to no decision.
Punahou alo may put in a team.
The program of events Is as to)
luwu: TltACK EVENTS.
lQO-yaid dash (trials),
Ono mile run,
100-yard dash (final).
50-yard dash (trials).
CO yard dash (final),
120-yard hurdle (trials),
One inllo walk,
120-yard hurdle (final). (
One mile relay,
SS SS SS
Hnrley Davidson lowered the 5-mile
Bkating record, In Sarf Francisco, Ho
covered tho distance In 13 minutes 5
seconds. This U an average of 2;37 to
8 tt J!
John McOraw and Tod Sloan recent-
)ly opened a billiard and pool parlor,'
wmi u tuiu uuutucu, u 4e ii,
Joe Condoy nnd Tom Leach arc the
champions nt handball doubles. They
won the tlllo by defeating Levy and
James at the Olympic Club, San Fran
cisco. :t tt st
Lou Crlger the crack catcher of the
Boston American Baseball team, Is
ti-rlcusly sick at his homo In Indiana.
it tt n
"Muggsy" McfJraw of tho New York
Notorial baseball team has ordered
that all his nliycrs glte up bowling.
Scott Lcary, the crack swimmer of
tho Olympic Club, San Francisco, has
gone East to compete In tho races that
arc to bo held under tho auspices ot
the Now York Athletic Club. Lcary
will meet such men as Daniels, Ilcnear
xt st it
Oleason, tho manager of the San
Francisco baseball team, Is trying to
get Joe Corbott back Into tha game.
tl tt SS
A, C. Kraenzlem has resigned as
,tralner ot the Wisconsin Untcrslty
track team, Ho Is going Into busi
ness In the East.
SS SS SS
Jimmy Collins and Jesse Burkett
have bought the Concord franchise, ot
, tho Now England League. Collins will
give Ilurkolt his release, and ho will
mnnnge tho "bushers." Josso Is a back
number, and ho will wolcomo n chance
I to play tho manager's bench. In his
prime Burkett ranked with men like
Lajolc and Oclchanty as hitters.
THE SQUARED CIRCLE
...i.f u..iin. T .1- .!.
Joe Gorman Is anxious to meet Jack
, "'" """ '" '"" "
It It 11
I The Herman-Herrcra fight draw
810,199.50 In Los Angeles. Each fight
er jot 82550 as his share of tho re.
SS tl it
I "Aurcllo Herrcra was tho toughest
I proposition that I ever Bwappcd
punches with, That Mexican has an
awful punch, says Battling Nelson,
"Ho can unbuckle n stinging wallop
from any old angle. Ho cnrrlea a clout
In cither hand that Is apt to make nu
forget to come to Inside of ten sec
tt tt tt
Both McOovern nnd Nelson will
trnln In New York for their coming
fight, which will tako placa In Phil
SS tt tt
arc lo 'a under tho auspices ot
Olympic Club, may take plac ir,
Tho A. A. U. boxing contests which
th Mechanic' Pavilion, Snn Fran
tt SS SS
Los Angeles may got tho O'Brlcn
Hyan fight, for tho middleweight cham
pionship. It is proposed to have, tho
fight In tho open air and tnko pictures,
The bout may bo pulled oft In Mny.
tt ti n
Knufmnnn and Bcrger may fight In
SS SS SS
Honlon Ib still camping on Jimmy
tt tt tt
Coffroth will handle the Nelll-Tenny
It tl SI
John L. Sullivan attempted to spar
,,... .,.nw -,,.. ,hl, ,,.. ,.,.,
but the police chief said "Nix."
i jj tj
I Fred lenders of San Francisco lost
& "" :rtJE "J'0 f
bind a matchwtih Jimmy Ilrltt
Jlmmv Gardner easily defeated
Young Erne In flvo rounds nt Phlladel.
I tt tt tl
Joc ans was refused a dUorco from
hu wlfe, Actl(m nM n , al.
The sporting public will ho treated
to two games of bstaoball today. The
I Diamond Head Athlctlo Club will meet
tho Lusltana Athletic Club and the
Punahous meet the H. A. C.'s.
Line-ups are as follows::
Honolulu Joy, c; Ileuter, p.; Glen-
son lb.; Williams, 2b.; En Sue, 3b.
Williams, ss,; Feniandex, If.; J. Per-
uanuez. cf.; Brnns, rf.
Punahou Whlto, c: Dosha, p.: Mc-
Corrlston, lb,; Van Vlclt. 2b.; Meyer,
;"!; uesnu, ss., u. ucauu, ii.; jwir-
,ons, cf.; Hannah, rr.
Diamond Heads Clark, p ; JoncH,
c: J Rorman. lb.; Sheldon, 2b,; Un
Sue, 3b.; J. Desha, ss,; 1C. Fernandez,
If., Lomon, cf.; Desha, rf.
I.usltanas Krcltas, p.; Soares, c;
Plmcntnl, Hi,; Fernandez, 2b.; Rush
iVH, 3h.; Kvers, es ; Travcns, If.;
KTtltaii, cf.; Soares, rf.
GOLF CLUB MEET
Tho Honolulu Golf Club held their
annual meeting at tho Thistle Club
last evening and elected the following
officers: Captain II, I). Sinclair; vice
captain, Frank Halstead; secretary, O
V. Anderson; treasurer, II. Walker;
committee, II Anderson, F. Arm
strong and D. floss.
The dues for 1900 will bo 13.
M. It. Jamison, the retiring captain,
reported that the club had held six
tournaments and all were successful
with large entry lists. The member
ship had Increased from 38 to 51.
A vote ot thanks was tendeded Hon.
S, M. Dnmon for his kindness In per
mitting play on the links.
The DU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
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91 per year.
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