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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. MONDAY, FKn. 26, 1906.
The Little Ads with
Soo Piiko S, NSW TO -
nOUSE Od Vine) aril St.
HOU8B On Reach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Uulldlng.
WAnBHOUBES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Homes In all parts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen At
783 Beretanla St. 320 lw
Ecttagei t Cbrlstly I.ane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St, mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms Unfurnished
Reasonable Applj JS( llentanla St
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lane.
wwly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
(U Vineyard St 2728 tf
Pass book on Bishop & Co's Savings j
Dank Department Held in name oti
Manuel da Slla Darbosa Finder;
plat4 SiUmi to Illshop . Co k
Bank 3311 lw
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn nnd Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward 3271 tf
William T- Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes ot Building Work
promptly and tarefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blut 2332.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company. Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish
Best black Band from $2 to JJ a load lug. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
according to distance hauk-d Coral 30S3 tf
rocks for stable, roads and side- -1
walks; firewood Third door below1
King, Mnunnkea St , P O box 820.
Telerbono Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Sbno. 1111 Fort St.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs blc)cles and fur
nishes employes. (20 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Beretanla SL
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
ear. Pensacola and Beretanla.
'Mr. Jas Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warcrooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co , 158 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught in 6 months by experi
enced tencher; $3 month (S lessons);
special attention to adult beginners
Address Music this office 3296 tt
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Lovers of good things to cat will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. 8. 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.SAUSAOES, 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 mak
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Tlnknni. Main 45
Weekly Bulletin $1 Pep Year
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Adit,
Reef cattle for sale at Ka
hu'.u Hancli, Kan. Ha
vail 3212 It
ideal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded b rhcrj good bathing;
6r. cottage, barn, lan roset, frttll
trees, nr. car line llargaln Apply
to P. K. II Strauch, Ileal Estate, "4
b. King St Walt) Uldg 329C tf
Fine corner lot in Makikl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Tvto min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College Address K. F., this office.
Fire wood from the KniiauiKi camp
Appl) at the Moana Kxprcss, ana
shooting Euller) 19 Hotel near Nuu
aim St Phone lllue BU
Pure PI) mouth Hock eggs, and )oung
i lib kens one month old Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
streets 32 u
pure bred PI) mouth Rock
per setting unfertile eggs
Address P O Uox 110
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address It 8. K Bulletin.
A furnished cottage or three or four
rooms near car line Address
rooms 41 42 Young HIdK 3312-lw
Phli I Engine-1 for OIna Mill Apply
Mr John Wan Manager Olan. Ha
wall 3316 lw
glil in ilu light
linlli in olIUo
C. FAR I A
IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
General Employment Office, cor
Emma and Beretanta Sts. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undcrtak
en. Telephone Blue 2181.
MONLY TO LEND,
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J
Carlo Pawn Ip Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting All work guaranteed
Enos Bros., Union abova Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Drill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT, D.
777 KING ST TEL,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
; COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN
MAILES ARE CHAMPIONS
The result of the game between the' The monthly field dn) was pulled off
Millies and lolanls was n fair criterion nt Camp McKnley Friday nfSor
uf the pin) on Saturday between these noon Captain Shooffcl had charge ot
two rivals and practically assures thetbo cont nnd cicrythlng was run off
ihnmplonshlp honors for the Green! 'n a cry satisfactory manner.
' .1 All lt.A M.n (.! Int., Ih. AlAHl
..tt.l flr.M. Tim finonlntr i.vrhntlCPS
were lifeless and dcold of any special
(Minims nlthough lsltatlonsto either
goal was essa)ed but without result.
The defence of the Ulues wns sound
nd broke up the lnaslons of the .Ma
allc quintet "Wcc Mon" being the star
rtlst for his side In this respect and
scrtlng danger repeatedly. The Io
Innl wns not as full of dash as usual
mid several chances to open the scor
ing were allowed to be negatled The
ImiiroNomcnt in the green nnu gom
halves ma) have had something to do ,, '",, "" ,
with breaking up the Dlues nttnek nnd Running "road Jump
lo the fact of Oreck Anderson's ah- 1 Pvte. Castle, "F. '
renie weakening the team In their de
fence Play was confined pretty much
lo mlilfleld during the first period with
occasional spurts on the part ot the
rivals to break away and open tho
coring but owing to the sturdy defenio
put up by both teams nothing was re-
glstercd when half time arrived, a fair
index of the play
On resuming the Malles having me
jdvantace of the wind bore down on
their opponents and Gray outwitting
the opposition beat Cnrtcr with a well
ludgcd shot. Lncourageu uy tins suc
cess the green and gold quintet got
going and fairly bombarded the lllucs
iltmlel and It wns only to be expected
thnt sume would fall. Bailey accepting
u pass nnd driving the sphcro between
the uprights Still asserting their su
premacy the .Malles. invnucu toreigu
lerrltor) ind Grn) from a well placed
pass netted the ball These reverses
seem to dishearten the Bluw and whn
1' Ilille) culminated a tine effort by
Uncling the net with a slick diagonal
shot the route wns complete The re
turn of S lleardmore added strength
to the Malles In this match nlthough
his birth was a sinecure owing to the
magnlflclent definite tactics dlspla-
-d by Anderson and McGlll. a perfect
understanding existing between these
two In regard to tnikllng. cknrlng nnd
roverlng up tactics . when danger
threatened tlulr custodian A rather
mediocre game endid In fnvor of tho
Mnlle contingent by 4 goals to loie.
II i! U
nilMllinilC V U r 1
rlmAllUUj VS. I. III. L. At
ti,i. , .. ... it,. ......iinn nt closely. Schrlvcr took off bis mask
This game up to the cessation of ,0 nUlo g jiiU M ,aggey chci,
hostilities us the result shows was hot- tt fast Inshoot The ball hit Bill In
ly contested and a Utile luck on the the forehead, dropped to the ground,
Christians part mlgnt have given them "nil Blll.'plcklng it up, threw the run-
the equalizer. For the first few mill- cr.011' nt c,l1- ,Tllen' ? " B,ar;
',,., , , again to adjust his mask, he said-
utcs the Buffs kept hammering th.-saj, ounB fcow, look where )ou'ro
Christians until lepulsed by Turner pitching after this
who sent the ball mldlleld to his for-l U tt
wurds und they tried to Kd within ' t haa Just been decided by the Nn
shootlng range by rushing matters tona Baseball Commission that Ralph
which proved ubortlve. Taking up the 0ale, the Dartmouth pla)ir, who wns
running again the Punt.hous Invaded chosen us on all-Amcrlcan by all of
their HvuU lines nnd tested Beard- the best football experts last season,
more frequently Some smart saving who reccntl) signed vlth the Boston
uy the custodian calkd forth applause American, ually belongs to the Snvan
m his efforts to keep his chnrge in-inah Club, of tho Southern League,
met Breaking nwa) the Y M t' A with which lie ucctpted lerms prior to
trkd a few shots at Lo On'g charge 'signing the Iloaton coutiact 'Ihc nil
but weakness In shooting spoiled n few ing therefore makes Uluze go to Satan
.Ikel) opportunities to convert It 'nun unless the Boston Amerkuns can
('atton securing tho ball In mUllleld ,uy ,g services,
took It to within 20 )ards of Beard n JJ tt
mores charge and beat the custodian l.no Cross objects to the statement
Alth u beauty of a screw Shortly j that ho Is "all In." He sn)s. "I will
jfterwards the whistle blew for half be pla)lng ball when 1 nm 50 )iura
ilme the nore reading P. 1, . M C old 1 feel Just as )Oiing now as I did
A 0 20 ) cars ago. They say I am glowing
Resuming hostilities tho Y M C old, that I cunnot play good bull much
A bore down on the Buffs defenco lonuer. that I fell off In my nlnvlnir
jiul munnged eventually lo hustle the'lasl year That Is all rot. I will be
mil through although It was more by
cnod luck than guidance. 'I his evened
ip matters ut this stnge and the sub
icqiicnt pluy was of u rather Intel est
Ing nature as to who should notch the
ml goal LocKburn lor tue 1'unahoiiii
ettkd the vexed question b) placing
he sphere out of the reach ot Beard
.101 e and although the Christians
trove hard to get on equal terms the)
mully had to acknowledge defeat by 2
rfuals to lute Un the pin) It was the
tuffs k.i mi but the Y .M C A stoutly
untested every Inch up to the ua
'uii of hobtiltles and uii) weakness on
.lie pint of the Puiinhoiis might 1iul
ict them lu and drawn the match As
t wns the score is fair cilterlon uf huw
he game went
Die line-up of the teams wns us fol
lows .Malles S lleardmore, fiill-buekt,
it Andeison Jus McUill, hulus. It
'hllliugworth, U Center. F Davis,
lorwurds, F llalley, M. Simpson, J
'atteral. Qia) und II. Halle).
lolanls Goal. I Carter, tull-bncks,
don Mn, Kellttt, half-backs, IC Kel
klt. K Mahaulu, F Ilnriison, fui
i arils, Macfarlane, J Anderson, J
Woo, I. G. Blackman, K. Kea.
Y M C A. Goal, II F Beardmore,
full-backs, Turner. Macaulay, half
jacks Dixon, I'lunkitt, Olll; toiwards,
Martin, Spalding, Wutcrliouue, Haley,
l'unuhous Goal, Lo On, full-backs,
1 a Fuller, V boper, half-backs,
i.owie), McCorrlston, Prangnell, for
wards, J Catton, It Cation, Cockbuin,
The standing of the teams In the
tugue Is now us follows:
P. W. L D For Against
tolanls . 7 4 3 0 13 14
Jlalleu . , 7 4 0 3 13 4
l'unuhous . 6 2 13 9 7
Y. M C A ...C 0 fi 1 5 14
I). Iliads ...C 3 1 6 9
Points lolanls, 8; Malles, 11; Puna
hous, 7, Y M C. A., 1; D Heads, 6.
- 110 ";" llllv"u ,,,,u "" -'""
The result wns as follows:
1 Pvte. Armstrong, "K."
2 PUe. Cnstldy. "L."
3 I'Ue. Salon, "K "
Time 10 4.5 sec
1 Ptc. Horn, "F"
2 Pvte Baton, "K "
3 Pvte. Irving, "K "
Time 26 sec.
2 Pvte. Carey, "F
3 Pvte. Thompson, "W
Dlstnnce 16 ft. 10 in.
iU(inE ifi. Pound Shot
pvte Armstrong "K"
,,,' nvt. -k-
'. '. ' ...
-Gt. Orahnm L
, , nnc-3,1 " ' ln-
livening Diicuer leiu
1 Pvtcs Anderson and Shanahan,
2 Pvtcs. Hawkins nnd Jessup, "M."
3 Pvtcs. Hopps nnd Tracy, "K."
Ilnlf-Mlle Helny Race
1 Co. M.
After the nbove events had been run
off two Interesting games of baseball
wore pln)td whkh resulted In Co. M
defeating Co. K, nnd Co L taking Co
t Into camp.
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Bill Schrtvcr, the old Phillies. Cin
cinnati, Pittsburg, Chicago, and else
where catcher, bad, perhaps, the hard
est hend of any white man that ever
caught a base ball Pin) era who pass
ed Bill going to the plate used to rap
him on the head iilavfullv with their
bats. One day, while with Mlnncnpo-
Ills, ha wns catching a wild )oung pitch-
cr namcd Kaggey, who was n bit
'nervous. There w us a runner on first
'base nnd Kaggey was watching him
fast enough for the minors when 1 am
threo-score nnd ten."
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Jimmy Callahan has once more an
nounced that he will not pluy with Hi;
Chicago Americans next ear Calla
han has a bad habit of "qiiltlng'
Coraiskey two or three times a )enr,
hut never cuir)!ng out his threats.
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Hi ookl) n 1ms purchased the release
of Pitcher O'Nc. from St Louis Tlio
southpnw ufiiscd to report to St Louis
last season nnd took a vacation.
A most positive denial hns been en
teric by tiiu ofhclals who have charge
ot athletics at the Carlisle Indian
Sihool legnrdlng the rumors Intel) clr
cula ed thiough tho press to the effect
that i he) hud been making overtures
to Hurry-up' Yost, of Michigan, with
u view to securing him as head coach
tor the 1006 Hrdskln football eleven.
Whllu the Carlisle officials have tho
highest iispeet tor Ml. Yosts attain
ments and bcllevo that he could pos
sibly do marvels with unusually
excellent crowd of Indian nthletes who
will be licit? next season, they ate on
the point of definitely settling the mat
ter of professional couching at Carlisle
nnd It is believed that the new athletic
onimlttee composed entiielv of In
dians, will adopt a Bystem oj trulnlng
similar to the graduate training Idea
Mujor Mercer, superintendent of tho
Carlisle School, has felt that Inasmuch
us the Ilcdskius have alwaje hitherto
stood for the abolition of professional
methods, they should be among the
Irst to usulst In modifying the pio
fesslonal environments of the great
ollego game Bemus Pierce, the war
horse nt piobnbly more gridiron bat
tles than any other m an In the coun
try, and n full-blooded Indian, will
Doctors, lawyers, ministers, bank
ers, morchauts, business men every
where, all rely upon
Ayer's Cherry Pec
they lisvo a cough
VI 1 UUII'i 1UUJ
Keep IE on uaau, .r
their home, at their :
placo ot buslnoss.
They carry it with
them when they
travel. Thoy say tliore Is nothing so
bad for a cough as coughing, and
there is nothing to good for a
It is the best remedy In tho world
for coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough, Inlluenza, anil all throat and
There- are many substitutes and
Imitations. Beware of them and ot
so-called "Genuino Cherry Pectoral."
Be sure you get AYEK'S Chorry
Put up In large and smalt bottles.
TntmtjOr.i.C.kiuk( ,Uw.ll,M.n..U.S A.
probably handle tho Indian eleven next
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"They Bcoff at mo," s.i)s Phllly Jack
"Because I dance nround tho ring
Decause I Jab and then duck back
Bc)ond the reach of some wild swing.
I nm no human punching bag;
I go in there to win my fight,
And so I follow that old age,
Which reads. If 1 remember right.
That ho who hits and runs away,
Will live to fight some other day.
'Tell me," sa)s Nelson with a frown,
"What chance have I, I'd like to
They marry me In every town
To boost tcmc bloomln's burlesque)
1 must hnvo married ten or nlore
While Jourue)lng from sea to sea,
I'm sued by chorus maids galore
But this old sa)lng gladdens me
That he who weds and runs away,
Will live to wed some other da)'"
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Battling N'clson has grown so accus
tomed to ,istng the newspapers for
match-making purposes that ha even
proposed to a California girl by means
or an Interview In Cleveland tho other
day. Some people lire nw fully care
less and absent-minded.
JJ JJ JJ
Hcrrcra tho California lightweight
has defeated some good men. He hns
knocked out such formidable men an
Kid Broad, IMdle Santry, Kid Auel,
llcnny Ynngcr nnd many others Ho
tost to Terry McGovcrn nnd Battling
Nelson, but In each light knocked his
opponent down Whenever ho wns In
(air condition he has nlas won.
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Now that Tommy Burns hns a de
cision over Marvin Hart ho will prob
ably bo matched with Jack O'Brien for
"0! CI It Y.E FIRST"
Mrs. Annlo Kearns respectfully calls
attention to her catch phraso and nlso
wlnhru to notify our visitors from the
mainland that the manufactures all Is
land Jams and chutney, and packs the
same In large or small Ioib as required
also ran nrrange especial rates to any
address desired. Phone Bluo 1411, Fac
tory 181 Hotel street nearly opposite
tho Young Hotel.
ALICE COOK COMING
Anxiety concerning tho welfare of
the schooner Alice Cooko, which had
been so long coming from San Fran
darn, (a nnw nt nn f-ml. fnr thn Imnl
with her load of lumber arrived ln tho
harboi )csterduy morning. In safety,
although bearing ovldcncu of a rough
trip Shu was out fllty days from Port
uamiiie, anu ho owncru were much
worried concerning her fato So
icn) was tho sea at tho time that It
nus necesnry to tie tho man at tho
Aheel to keep him fiom being washid
overboard The bad weather lasted
until tho islandH wore reached, and it
wns necessary at one tlmo to pour oil
in the wnter
EMMA SQUARE CONCERT.
The Hawaiian band gives n public
Loncert this evening at 7.30 at Kmmi
Square, us follows
March "It Happened In Norland"
u)eituic "Nnklrls Wedding" (new)
ntcrmczzo "Lnlla Ilookh" (new).,
,.. . Pnbst
n) "Indrus Domain," (b) "Nnklrls
Weddings (c) "Berlin Air" (new)
'otal Hawaiian Songs (revtded)..
Ar by Berger
Mrs. N. Alapal.
March "The Victor Talklrjg Ma
chine" (new) , I'd or
'Vnltz "For Lovo of Art" (new) ...
Inulci "Linger Longer" (now) ...
The Star Spangled Banner "
i m i
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