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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., FRIDAY, FED. 23, 1906.
The Little Ads with
Ses Pnjfo 8, N3W TO -
IBOTJSB On Vineyard SL
' BOCSa On Beach at Walklkl.
OTF7CKS-ln Wnlty Building.
WAJIKUOTJSKS On Queen Street.
lmjvvttt and Unimproved Proper
JBrmtti la ad) rarta of the City.
I ,' B18HOP & CO.,
JMmhktd room, good locality, suitable
for boDnkeepIng or 2 genllomen. At
TM Bnetanla St. 3270-1 w
vUktw la Chrlstly Lane. Apply
IVont Kwi.l, Smith St., mauka Hotel
! tiler large front rooms. Unfurnished.
KriMinalilo Apply 2S0 Ueretanta St.
Ouiol, coolest furnlahcd rooms In
tttj. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
vvij forahbed mosquito proof rooms
XI Vineyard St. 272S-M
.Tb.ii Imk on Bishop & Co.'s Savings
Hank Department, held In name of
Jtauiicl dn Sllva Barbosa. Finder
-ikcjfa yttnrn to Bishop & Co.'s
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
UU Ten and Walklkl, an Aloha
Ttisple tn. Finder return to this
tCJlca for reward. 3271-tf
3t2asi hocks of all sorts, ledgors
sSc, mauniactnred by the. Bulletin Pub.
Tie Weekly Edition of the Evening
Xcllrtln gtren a complete summary of
Htc aem-B of the day. For SI a year.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company., I
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
trailing to distance hauled. Coral
imii for stable, roads and side-
aixs; firewood. Third door below;
Xing, Maunakca St.; P. O. box 820,
Ttlerbone Main 39G.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Crtlrrton Bcno. 1111 Fort BL
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Ventura dyes (any color) and cleans!
nones; repairs oicycics anu iur
ilahts employees. 620 King St.
.7. Hay ash V Clothes cleaned, repaired
and djti. S37 Berctanla St.
For housohefp, phone White 2391, Ma
JUkL General Employment Office,
tar. rcnsacoia and ueretanla.
Mr. Jis. SherWan, pianoforte tuner,
Vas lavu-d to the piano warcrooms
rf L. E. Thayer & Co., 1CS Hotel St,
pjipoifte Young Hotel. All orders
Sot toning promptly attended to. ,
.Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher; $3 month (8 lessons) ;
apteral attention to adult beginners.
Addrers Music, this office. 3290-tf
Weekly Bulletin SI per yean
Lovers of good things to eat will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. 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, SAUSAGES, FI8H, OY8TER3, ETC.
This la 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 make
an early inspection.
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DAY, for Now Ads.
Beef cattle for sale at Ka-
m huku Hanch. Knu. Ha
waii. 3212 tf
ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, rosea, fruit
trees, nr. car lino, Bargain. Apply
to P. E. It. Strauch, Ileal Estate, 74
8. King St., Walty Bldg. 3290-tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement!. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. F, this office.
Fira wood from tbe Kahautkt camp.
Apply nt the Moana Express, ami
shooting gallery. 19 Hotel near Nuu
ami St. Phone Blue Gil.
Pure Plymouth Hook eggs, and young
chickens ono month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
Choice pure-bred Plymouth Hock
eggs, J2 per setting; unfertile eggs
replaced. Address P. O. Box 110.
.'heap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address II. S. Ks Bulletin.
Kingsbury piano In good condition. Ad
dress It. Bulletin. 3310-lw
A furnished ruttngo of three or four
rooms near car line. Address
rooms 41, 42 Young Bldg. 3312-lw
William Ti Paty.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executec
Office 'Phone Dlua 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
The. Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complcto summary of
tho news of tho day. For SI a year.
I Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tun Bulletin Pub.
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Umbrellas r.oalred and brass polish
Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
MONEY TO LEND,
3n Jewelry and merchandise, Th J
Carlo Pawn p Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds C
painting. All work guaranteed
Euos Bros., Union abovo Hotel Si
See Hastings for repairs of Lock
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening o
Fine Cutlery, Hear Union drill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR
A. R ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE. 3101
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY ANt
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
Huil clmriri. Wanhlneton been on
. .i.. I.-M
hsl,...s ih. Unnnhn,,. nit.l II A.!?.03" Williams,
Cs he would have put It In the class
with the selgo of Valley Forge. Till
game helped to make tbe great fighter
nnd atnteman's birthday a success.
For twelve lone Innings these two
ItTilIUa UfeftlCU IUI BUlUClltUi. w. Hi.
diamond. Although neither team has
bad any practlco or preliminary train
ing some good ball was played, and any
errors that may have been made could
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readily be excused under tno circum
stances. Anyone who was lucky
enough ns to have been an eye wit
ness to the games bad no kick coming.'
lie was treated to zi innings ot uase-
ball for 25c., nlmost an inning for a.
cent. There was just cnougn Slugging
anu uase running 10 Keep uie nuge
crowd on cuge. And as cacn team was
out to win Interest was malntnlncil to
n, . . n, funnuu 11.
"Lets catch a car,' not on your'
life, 1 nm going to stay and see the
finish. These fellows in ilea always
have something up their sleeve.' This)
was the conversation that could be .
overheard In the stand along about the
first part of the eighth Inning when
ine score siuuu ii-i in iavor 01 vuna-
hou. The man who stayed Is congra-
tulating himself nnd those who were
anxious for 11 car sent would now bo nlng when Fernandez crossed the speed competitions placed French nu
willing to walk to town If they could plalc. They scored again In the third.' tomoblle Interests In an embarrassing
have the privilege of seeing the finish.
01 inai game.
It nil camo about In tho twelfth ,
spasm. 1110 boys nad worked over-1 in tbe 4th.
time. Eddie Desha's good right arins Omental wns the heavy stick nr
wns beginning to tire nnd the II. A. Ca. . tut for the L. A. C. nnd droe out two
were Uniting their batting eye. II. A. I good three baggers when they brought
L.s. nnd scored 4 runs in mo inner pan
of the eighth nnd tied tho Bcorc. It
was anybody a game. Inning twelve;
Eddie Fernandez drove n pretty line
1111 over snori stop, uco. ucsnn in 11 y- runners closo und In fait showed re
Ing to field the ball, slipped nnd tho mnrkable lmproemcnt over his last
horse hide rolled clear between bis ycar'wform.
legs. Fernandez galloped to second. Hod Desha been allowed to pitch for
Fernnndcz went to third on a passed . the Diamond Heads it may have been
ball by White. Jack Williams drew a different story, however, the L. A. C.
a pass nnd Evers was up. It was 1 deserve all the credit that Is due them
critical moment but tho crack Elk for 'heir victory. Summary:
short Btop was equal to the occasion. I DIAMOND HEADS.
He caught the sphere on tho trado
mark and It shot past second. Fcrnnn-'Kn Sue, 3b 5 0 1 4 0 2
dez scampered home' with tho winning 12. Fernandez, rf. ... .4 2 10 10
run and tho curtain fell. It was tbe'U. Desha, If 3 0 0 0 0 0
same' old ijory; a game la never lost. J. Gorman, c 3 0 0 S 3 1
until It la won. H. Desha, lb 4 0 2 10 0 2
In the second Inning the Puns
brought S men ncrosa the plate. Joy
tried to throw the ball through lint
basemnn Qleason and as n result
Desha was Bale. White hit for 2 base
and Desha scored. The bases were
filled and Joy forced White across the
plate by passing Bushnell. Jack Deshn
landed a timely hit past Qleason nnd
on Brim's throw In 3 men scored. Bushnell, 3b C
Tho II. A. Cs. landed a run In tho, Evers, ss 4
second, and ono In the fourth. In their .J- Fernandez, 2b 4
half of tho 4th th Puns score 3 runs Pimcntnl. lb 4
on Bill Meyer's bit to decn center wIlb.L. Scares, c 3
threo men on bases. This wns enough
to win an ordinary game.
Desha began to tire In tho sixth and
while tho bars were down 4 red Jackets
made the circuit. Most ot the runs
In this Inning were earned by strong
The Puns got two men nround the
paths in the seventh und this ended
their run getting.
In the eighth the H. A. Cs. again
trimmed their lights and got busy,
Bushnell went to the bat and missed
Evers llv. Jov simt two mon home'
Evers lly, Joy sent two men home
on a drive to right field. Tho scoru
was tied In this Inning. N'etthcr tvmu
wns able to land a run from this on
until the end of the 12th when Fer
nandez crossed the plate with the win
ning run for II. A. C. Summary:
P. A. C.
Bushnell, cf. i 4 2 1 0
J. Desha, ss 4 1 1 3
Meyers, 3b S 0
0. Dpsha, If. 6 1
While, c G 1
Von Vllet, 2b; C 2
Hannah, rf G 2
B. Dosha, p r.,,6 0
M"Corrlston, lb 4 1
44 11 8 3422 4
GREW EVERY BIT OF IT.
And wo can
if this pliotocranh
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, vniivv jv iiiiiv.1i nut ijv vUUUUIllli fwi ivi vayvviiuiif .
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t"l VS APVI"SlftlI.NT to us with tea centsln stamps orsllvcr to tmj'po!taKe,
i YttX T1 u arF; """Pi0 'jy " woll. The samples wo gfve arc large
S,i. or "u,i5 And? V;balrtoKrowlnKaK0. NOW Sn sale ntolldrUKgUts. three
s!zes,25o.,G0c.,$..0Oper bottle. KNOWLTON DANDERINE COCh cago.
FOR 8ALE AND GUARANTEED BY
II. A. C.
ABHBIIPO A Hi
,i 7 3 2 3 2 ll
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12 12 17 36 15
Ono out, winning run scored.
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 6 C 7 S 9101112
P. A C...0 6031020000 0--II.
A. C...0 10 114 0 4 0 0 0 1
Threcliasa Hit Evers.
Bases on Balls Off Desha 4,
tHtych Out By Joy 14. by Desha S.
Although the Diamond Heads enter-
ej a strong combination of players
picked from every team In the League,.'
the lads from Punchbowl gave them
a drubbing mat will be rememuereu
for some llmo to come aud It was by a
hair's breath that the Diamond Head.
idg escaped a shut out.
rjco. Clark .who was In the box for
thn Hrniln uriwp.l urimewhnt of any
easy mark for the Portuguese batten
and nt times they landed on him
The lied and White team started
.their i"un making In tbe ery first
nn Suo's wild tbrunlng to first gave'
uio Portuguese s team the chance they
wer looking for and 2 men came home
Freltas pitched n good consistent
1 Kama for the Portuguese und kept his
hits well scattered. He kept the base
II, Lemon, cf 2 0 0 1 0 0
O. Clark, p 4 0 0 1 3 0
I J. Desha, ss 4 0 2 1 2 1
G.iShclCon, 2b 4 0 12 2 0
33 2 7 21 11 C
ab 11 nn po a n
J. Travcns, If 4
JL Frcltns, cf 4
30 7 9 2CM0 1
Score by Innings:
D. Heads 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 02
L. A. C 0 0 12 0 0 4 0 7
Slieldun out foul strike.
Three-hnso HltB Plmental, 2.
Bases on Balls Off Freltas 6, off
Sjlnli, n,.i 11., nio.i, r .. r-..it..
8tr,lck Out-Ily Clark B, by Freltas
Time of game 1 hour 10 minutes.
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ON THE 8IDE.
Jim Gorman was back In the game
and showed his old time form behind
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Sheldon was spiked by Major Van
Vlelt while the latter was sliding to
it tt n
Kn Suo's arm was much too strong
yesterday. Ills wild throws were
costly for the Diamond Head lads.
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Hvcrs played a great game of ball
at short. He accepted everything that
Illltno Junction, Win , Jin, , 1501.
Knowlton bandnrlnt do.
1'iu biH-6omn yttrs Sao fnr
nftlronmnuiifeiltooomvmit and In
ft .nor I tin. a f ml mn h.M that uv.
dial aro not absolutely genuine rorciui famoaa hHour-riwo
and u'nsollcllpil ndlirn.ln Uon-w-ikmjluilr
VS. . . ' . . 5opr-l Wluw out lomnowi.au,,
Tliln I.. ..,... f fit il. i fiu.rlh L.III. ..J..L. I..,.L. . f
enme his way and his throwing was
a pleasure to witness.
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Bob White did good work on the
receiving end for Punahou. His throw
ing was a feature. Bob also got In
his usual long swat.
:: n ts
Two games were loo much for Eddie
Ucsha. After playing In the first gatnci
It ns hard on the youngster to pitch
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Bob McCorrtston held down the Ini
tial sack for the Puns In championship
style. He executed some very pretty
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Bill Meyer showed lack of practice
and made some bad muffs,
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From the appearance of the crowd
baseball is far from being dead.
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There was a sailor In the stand
whose rooting was as Interesting as
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New York. Feb. 9. For the third
jear the Vanderbllt cup race will take
place In this country In 190C. For tho
I second year It will be over the Nassau
circuit in I.ona: Island. Thp iltiitftnc
will be approximately 290 miles as In
tho last race, and tho dato will bo
cither Saturday, October fl, or Satur.
day, October 13.
These facts .were mado known In a
cablegram received In this city yester
day from W. K. Vanderbllt Jr., donor
of tno tropny, wno went to France a
fortnight ago to consult with the
sports committee of tho Automobile
Club of Franco concerning the dls
position of the cup. By virtue of the
vlctorv nf Henrv In thn last run ran-
test the Automobile Club of France had
the prlvllcgo of nnmlng a route In that
country for the raco of 180G.
The stand taken by that club, how
In-lcvcr. against tho encouragement of
position, to relieve which nnd to Insure
n race for bis trophy Mr, Vanderbllt
went abroad. It was there agreed that
ns an American car finished third, this
years race should be held here.
A HONOLULU PLAYER
John Onnzel, the big first basemnn
of the New York Hlgnlnnders, whoso
place wns taken by Chase, will bo able
to play with tho Grand lluplds team
this coming season after a year's idle
nesi on the bench. Ganzel purchased
tnc Grand Ilaplds franchise In the Cen
tral League, ono year ngo, and asked
for his release from Clark Griffith so
that he could play with the team. Grif
fiths refused to sell his release and or
dered him to report for duty In the
spring. No Inducement large enough
could be offered to entice the strong-
headed player, and he managed the
Grand Ilaplds team from the bench,
and In practlco entertained the fans In
tho different cities by somo fancy
work around the first sack.
Ganzel has become tired of sitting on
the bench and offered to buy his re
lease from Frank Fnrretl for 13000.
Fnrrell asked nil of the American
League clubs to waive claim to him or
pay the price, and as none of tho
tennis wished to purchaso a man whom
luey could not get to play the Bum.
uanzels terms were accepted. St
Louis and Detroit wanted to have
Ganzel to cover tho Initial sack, but
neither of the club owners cared to
Invest 13000 that would be tied up,
Robert Hedges, of tho St. Louis club.
held a long conference with Ganzel at
Chicago In an effort to havo him sign
with St. Louis If ho could purchase his
release, but Ganzel would not listen 10
any proposition. Ho was well satisfied
with his berth In Grand Ilaplds
Hedges sqw that It wns useless and
waived claim to this valuable player
That Ganzel Intends to play first base
this year Is shown when Gcorgo Carey
Is placed on the salo block 'by tho
Grand Ilaplds club. Tho former Haiti
more first baseman may go to Mem
phis, but he Is not decided whcio he
will bunk In 190C.
uanzei piaycu in Honolulu .years
ago wiin ine oia cnampion stars.
Immune Milk From
Berlin Feb. 8. Professor Emll von
Behrlng, the discoverer of tho dlph
therla serum, addressing tho German
Agricultural Council today, announced
his determination to adhcro to tho res
olution which ho promulgated In Paris
of keeping his tuberculosis remedy
Kcrrvi nu mo nutiimn.
The professor dlciussed lengthily
tho method of preventing consumption
by Immunizing milch cows. Tliu aim
In to secure milk having Immunizing
properties, lie claims to havo approx.
Imately soUed this problem, Cows nru
treated when very young with a fluid
which Professor Bohrlng calls tuber
loiue. It Is Injected under tho skin
of the young cows repeatedly for two
or inreo weoKS.
The remedy at drat was very costly,
because it was almost Impossible, to
prertrve It In good condition, but a
method has recently been discovered
by which it can bo preserved satisfac
torily and at a moderate cost.
Professor Behrlng also treated cows
which showed virulent typo of tuber
culosis In their milk. Ilia theory Is
that children fed on milk from cowh
rendered Immune through his treat
ment become thomselves Immuno.
TWO-CENT CAR FARE.
Columbus, Ohio, Feb. 8. Governor
Pnttlson late this afternoon signed the
Frelner 2-cent bill, which was accept
ed by the Senate today and It Is now a
law. it will not go into effect unt 11
thirty days have elapsed. The law pro
vides mat z cents snail bo the maxi
mum rfltft rhnrfT0!l fnr trnnannrllni.
j passengers on tho railroads ot Ohio
' for all distances In excess of five miles.
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