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trnprored anil Unimproved Proper
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cltv, Helen's ('milt. Adams lnne.
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according to distance hauled, Coral 3085-tf
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walks; firewood. Third door below, MONEY TO LEND.
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For a nice, smooth shave call at the '
Criterion Bbn0. 1111 Fort fit. I
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 620 King St.
Clothes cleaned, repaired
El? T...n.i,,,.n a, .
637 Beretanla St
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General employment Office,
cor. Pcnsacola and Beretanla.
For Japanese laborers and yard boys.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl, or Tt-lephonu
..ttaJn 4SC. 33171m
"Mr. Jal. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
of L. K. Thayer & Co., 168 Hotel St..
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
BLma ..nnM In ft mnnll.. .... Yn!ll.
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enced teaclier; J inonm is iesuni ;
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office. 3236-tt
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to eat will be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. 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, 8AU8AGE8, FISH, OYSTERS, 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 mako
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
' S. IOHICI
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japanese
nd Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak.
cn. Tonpnone piuo .."..
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ads.
lleef cattle for sale at Ka
li ulcu Kanch, Kan, Ha
waii. 3212 tf
Meal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
fir. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car line Bargain. Apply
to I. E. H. Strauch, Ileal Estate. ti
H. King St. Walty BIdg. 3296 tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
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near Park. Walklkl.
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near . nr
41.. I.' 'S otum
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Ctill Kngliicr lor Olaa Mill
.Mr John Watt Mnnagor, Ola;
girl lo do light
A In. I. . 1. ik
New l-iiglnml Bakery
M Thomas Squnrc on Thursday last,
ii sina'l package Owner may havo
same by proving property nnd pay
ing for nil 3317-lw
. I On Jewelry and merchandise.
On l.welrv and merchandise. Th. J.
"l Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed
linos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St.
see Hastings for repairs of Locks,
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", Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Orlll.
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Loaeue has called a meeting of the
I itsiuiii loiiiuvifi wi uiu " ..v.... .
l-nuiie teams to take Place In tho
Young Hotel tomorrow evening at 5
fleers" for' the coin tag season A new
rrrrtnrv to tnkotho nllo of Lorrln
nd?e"s Is to be choien Just "l o"
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a irer ami umpire win bo ap:
Just who will Ijo tho umciai
ntthnugh It Is I
Cutting Is tho
Innl applicant nert Honors will most
likely bundle the Inilltntor. Bert ls
. ,.. 0.i.i. ,i,p i.r-Kt man for the
, iaM, nm nl lie urged to accept by
nil nr ih fonma i
ltuinor tins It Ihnt the Klks will en
ter the Lengtie tbl wwin under tho
name of ho "Oahus. ' They will bo
nmnag.Ml by partlis that were Klk
leaileis last ear. It Is i-lnlmeil thnt
i mint of Itint ypar's Klk team will wear
the new teams uniform.
Hlne the Washington's Birthday
in" ' isiik aie busy and the pros-
pot or hip loming season m ireeiy
i..i-lp. .1 Kuim piosrnt lnriliatloim
im. will lie il e strung lean.i
In the fit Id and Ihnro Is no reason why
Hh - season of 10D0 should not be ns
i , n. thnan nr i tin nasi.
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The Oaliu Collego baseball team was
out for pinitlco yesterday. Prof, l-'ltts
has the baseball squad In charge
It is doubtful If tho High School will
enter n team In tho school leaguo as
inort of their players hnvc graduated
The Knms will be Into In slnrtlng
baseball pianUe. Track work Is at
tracting nil their attention Just at
WHITE ROCK CUP
find Its truo lovel without the ncces
Frank Armstrong, tho secretary of Bity of resorting to the dire measures
tho White Rock Cup Committee, has proposed by tho revolutionaries
inlled a meeting for tomorrow evening Jt J: tt
when the date for tho next ttourna with "four western crews on tho
moiit will be set In all probabilities water a western Intercollegiate will be
the next match for this valuable trophy no- only bo n possibility but a ccr
will be on the 11th day of March. This tnlnty. For years Wisconsin, tho only
inntch will be held at Manoa. rowing university of tho West, has
Tho ambitious players aro practlc- been qbmlng East nnd has been beat
Ing hard for tho coming match. Somo Cn so regularly that tho undergrade
of the players nro showing good form uatca have often nsked themselves the
and somo low scores nro expected to question Is rowing worth wlillo?
be turned In. Bonald Ross did elgh- Tho Badgora havo been getting beyond
teen holes In 79 on Saturday after- their depth In the I.ast, due to nntural
noon. Ross went out In 39 nnd In In Imndlcnps under which they havo lab
40. This equals tho course record held ored. But If the four Institutions re
by Frank Armstrong. Dr. High re- forred to above could bo Induced to
ccntly made tho nine holes In 37 and foster rowing nnd hold nn Intercol-
Woods ennw In with a 3S Sunday. OH- toglato regattn In tho West, tho ben
fnrd Is nlso playing In good form mak- eflt of rowing and nil Intercollcglato
Ing the eighteen holes In 81 on Snt- sports as well, would bo Incalculable
urday. I HUB
Work Is progressing on the Kaplo jn v!cw of ,,e almost endless mill-
iiini luuriu. oiuM-a ii avo ocen iinveij
for the greens and teeing grounds and
they nie now awaiting tho workmen. ,
Tiu.r,. niti I... n ,t.r.,.tin- nf n.r,
Kennel Club this evening at the ofllco
of will . Klslicr Important business
will lit' brought up to bo decided upon.
One of the print Ipal things to be dls-
cimsc-il is the Joining of tho Ameri
can Kennel Association. Tho mem
bers nro divided as to tho advisability
of Joining nt the present time. Somn
claim thnt the matter should go over
until there Is moro money to work tip
on It Is quite posslbto that tho mat
tcr of the first bench show will hu
McGOYERN AND BASEBALL
New York, Feb, 10. When Terry
McfUivern fights Bnttllng Nelson at
the National Athletic Club In Philadel
phia next month every member of the
champion Otanls will havo a seat at
the ringside, nnd thereby hangs a, tale.
If McOovern should win this cOntebt
It will bo a tribute, to bnsuhall, tho
greatest of outdoor sports.
nn jBiiy ivuo luni-u nuwn ii
tin nttnek of acute nervousness Inst .
fl m f lJ'e,Ui 1 1 ueM, (rrre,U,l
Hvcn bis best friends believed that Iw
had passed his dnys of usefulness as a .
uoxt-r nun uuiii never uguiu appear
i ,. -I,,.- nii. i u.,i.-.".l
b mlng him In tho facet
With his customary gameness Terry
lnsl.ted on ivmnlnlng outdoors desplto
tho pleadings of bis manager that ho
had belter seek rest and solitude in
"i want to play baseball," said Ter
ry tc a doctor who was examining
"Quito right," replied the specialist,
"but, my dear boy, you must fit rest
up and get well,"
"I'll get well, all right," Bald Terry,
"If you let me get out every day with
Johnny Mruraw.aml Mllio Uonlln,"
The doctor only lauglieu at me pill
ful pleadings of little Terry and when I
the latter's back was turned whls-l
l)-it:ii i.i juv ii.!iuiiii-j'-i niiu cuiti iiui
rls, who wcro standing pear: "Bet
ter take good rare of the boy; he
BIGGEST DOG SHOW
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The entries for tho annual bench
show of the Westminster Kennel Club
In tho Madison Square Oarden, Febru
ary 12-15, rinsed week before last, with
a total of 3013 and 1951 Individual
dogs, In no other kennel club show In
the world havo so many dogs been
entered, which makes the forthcoming
show tho biggest In the world. The
f , . , , 4, M . ..
wsi snow in i.uropo is inai oi ne
.cnlc .Vlu. held In London at mc
. it ii -.. i l tt-l I
iin.nm nnro lining 17N ami inn wrni
mtarter Club show o'year will have
"cnrly 200 moro benched. The entry
' '8 more hn MO lcr than last.
vear. and the erentesl Increase Is In I
tho Boston terrier classes. 100 moro
liavlne been entere.1 th! vcar The
nmb?r of Pomeranians Is doubled.
niul there, nro biz Increases In the
classes for English sct'-crs and sport-
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Out of nil the flro dlscumlon
which Is raging ner the gpnernl sub-
of Intercollegiate nthl"tli-s and
"10 aperine ono ol fontbnll It Is nl-
" (m ""'i mien hiiiiukkhhv hi si-ii-
nr"10 J'10 ""K' "d progreHlve
""" '"'" wim-u iin m "jn -
'ern oxtravngauce and Ignorar,
yiau-ment. That not nil eolli-ge
" unu is proton uy me in. t mm n
numbers among Its .tumuli ni.porl.-n
.,r.l nnl nnl n.1.,-n,l.,H-l I. ... n. n.
-".. ....... -
' ri-sldcnt Sehiirmnn c.i Coin.-ll. Pros-
J''rllt Hadlcy of .. Pn-ildrnt
' ""-' " muwn. .iu. ... .......u.... -u.u
broad minded men as I'r'd.'iit Uoose -
M-u niui srcreiary or Mir imi
'''u atlncklng part. li.-ndril by
' "'''i'i - oi iiaonni. rn-siiiiiii.
I,1,",,or ,of Loliiinhla, and
McCrnckrn of New lork.
monopolized tho lnterrollei
But truth will not dlo with any ono
fnctlon. for Indeed no better proof that
there is much good In college sports,
Including football, cwn ns now
played. Is supplied than by the fact
that such eminent men as those men
tioned arc dlxldcd on the subject.
Any object thnt Is good or worth
while Is aNo worth lighting for and
sooner or later college football will
tpcalon 0f college sports It Is sur-
,,rgnK that so little energy has been
.xtcIllJoi waU.r ,)00 At present this
Hport Is without n guidance. Whllo
dual meeting nourish there are no
recognized champions. Ynlc, Pennsyl
vania nnd Columbia held a triangular
meet ono year ago anil tins mime trio
Is planning for another such meet this
it tt n
Collego wrestling Is fast gaining a.
foothold In tho Cast. It was only n
year ago that n successful meet was
held between tho colleges. This was
held nt Pennsylvania nnd won easily
by Yale. If present Indications do not
miscarry then will bo n tournament
hcU nt Madison Square Qarden, X. Y.,
on March 3d.
Malles make It three straight.
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Dan Ilcnenr will play water polo
for the U. of P. team against Ynlo nnd
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, Swimmers aro training for tho com
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I All fi.lri.ta nrn r-ntni.lntntni. nl.rlllt
lno condition of tho Moannlua greenB
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The latest In golf goods Is a rust
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llulhul Is studying a
Mralght left punch
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Jim Fox has quit tjho ring for good.
At least this Is whnt Jim says. It
will seem odd to sco Hutliut In tho ring
without Fox In his corner.
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Sockcr doesn't Beem to catch on
with tho crowd.
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Tho coming field meet will be tho
largest In tho history or tno sport
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Aims'rong of Camn McKlnley can
Irnn gome; 10 4-5 seconds for the 100
yards Is good going.
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Tho sports nro anxious lo see Van
Vlelt, Jr., iu baseball harness.
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Al Moore Is coaching the Diamond
L'a aii fnHuUDttril
ml l lUktart.
irriutU'ita or iilcorniluut
IHltvi-IUilsiCAiOO. ..hil.., ... not urn--
gtnt or ik.i.uuuui.
Hold l.r llriiEUl.U,
for I1J-. or3tolll".ll-'
rirrm. -t riw
FED. 27. 1906.
Head track team. Al was onco the
crack sprinter of the Islands.
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Jim Oorman demonstrated last
Thursday that he Is far from being a
dead ono behind the bat.
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The Y M. C A will hold ft tennis
tournament on their court. Entries
cloaa April 4th.
it tt i:
i The baseball team from Camp Mc-
Klnlcy defeated the Dlx boys 16 to 4.
AUTO STANDING- FEB. 22
Louis College Alumni Atsn. 24906
uiamona Meaatn Atnieuc oiud
nnM ril II A. f'. IIf !. t
D. K. Watson 7194
.Mr f. I nlfLsrlAn fA17
l"A ".- r - " "". . j,
Judge A. N. Kepolkal 4567
Leo Lorrlllard Cummin. 4084
Thos. C. White, Kealakekua ... 3500
Mrs. Luey Wright, Walmea,
Kauai , 2843
Tommy Kearn. .. 2178
Miss Hannah 8hldon, Llhue.
Kalmukl, Walalae, Patolo Im
provement Club 1205
'L -.4-... ..!. 4 1AB
iy "7 . " u" .j::".;;:;:: TSi
." "Luv' "" , T- ' --"-" -
iionn napuidt imiuo oiurc . .. oua
'b IS -.IahIII tit
a r ri imivpui i i i 141
Co, O, N. O. H 668
Sam Chong 663
H. D. Joe 235
J, Rodrlgues 216
J. D. McVeigh 120
Court Catnoes. A. O. F,
Honolulu Atmcuc uiuu
erlt-lMIss May Oonialves .
cnann u. Yen
Ceo. Cachlcopulos 10
Capt. Gregory .... 7
t.7 . u .' -
uniei murston ... o
prank Boyer . . .. 6
Gertrude McCann, 6; J. P Scully,
4. Rap Kahn, 4; H. Silver, 3; s. A.
Dee, Ewa 3; cant. Campbell, 3; J. H.
Kahn, 2; J. A. L. Do Fries, 2; Max
Gutsefeld, 2; Kohala Club. 2; I. S,
Dillingham, Jr., 3; Wm. Tim Ke, 2;
Aug. Gomes, 2; Emll Llnderman, Ko
loa, 2; Chinese Athletic Club, 7; Carl
Helper, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, 2; Bill
V. Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrs. Jas. Dougherty, 6; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mac
farlane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
I Fritz Fredenberg, 1J H. A. Franson,
2; Louis a. Alves, l; joe vagras, i;
M. T. Marshall, 1; Wm. Medelros, 1; J.
M. Perry, 1;F. W. Klebahn, 1; J. D. Mc
Inerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkal, 1; W. T
Schrr.ldt. 1; Malle Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J. E. Shaw, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1;
Keokl 'Isenberg, 1; H. S. Ward, 1;
Miss Kalal Walau, 1; Louis Freltai, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1;
Louis Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 1; B.
M. Sumner, 1; Harry 8. Gray, 1; J.
F. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Slats Hellbron, 1; Ernest Munlz, 1;
Manuel Munlz, 1; Walter Dillingham,
1; Lum Chlng, 1; R. A. Lucas, 1. Scat
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 24, 1906,
rom 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Samuel Parker to Paaiihait Stiff
Pltn Co 1.
fubllc Lands, C'omr of to Samuel
Samuel Parker by Tr to Paauhau
Sug Pltn Co Ratn Lease
I'alolo Land & Imp Co Ltd to I.st of
Jnllctto M Cook, Tr of D
Alice O Slmao & hsb to Christina
0 Agular D
lleorgtna Q Fvrrclra ct al to Chris
tina O Aqular D
Clirlitln (1 Aqular & hsb to A B
Matin F Bento to Ah Kwong ..Agrmt
6osnburo Sakamoto to 8nkumnt.it
Ruauf A Lyman to llnrrle F Coan.,.M
Ulanii & hsb to S I. Desha D
Mlliu V Parkhurst to Bergstrom
Music Co. Ltd CM
Entered for Record Feb. 26, 1906,
from 9 a. m .to 10:30 a. m.
lltlun W. Parkhurst & wf to Rich
ard H. Trent US
Kalu Mol & hsb ct al to Noa W
Noa W Alull to Tr of Kalu Mol et al.D
V 8 Ka nma & wf by mtgco to Maria
J. Olsen D
H J Olsen & hsb to Lincoln L Mc
NEW FIELD GUN.
Washington. Feb. 13. General
Crozler chief of the Ordnance Depart'
ment. has given testimony before n
sub-committee of the House Commit
teo on Appropriations In explanation of
his estlmute for the field guns adopt
ed two years ago. Said he-
Tin, new gun Is not very much moic
low erf ill than the uld one It Is of
n little smuller cnllber. novcrthelces
firing u little heavier projectile Tho
principal difference In the carriage Is
that for the new gun it permits a very
long recoil of the gun upon the rnr
rlngo on dlschnrgc. This Is sometimes
over thrco feet, For this renson the
notion of the gun upon tho rarrlago
In the lecoll is very gentle and tho enr
rlago Is not displaced, nor Is any time
lost In re-nlmlng the gun, Instead of
firing ono or iwo rounds 'a minute, ns
was posslblo with the old gun, the new
gun will he ready to flro fifteen times
In ono minute,
Tho general hones to supply the
army with 250 batteries of these guns,
that Is, at tho rate of two guns per
thousand men for nn army of 500,000
men, which, he says, Is n very mode
rate estimate, Thus far, he said, the
cammlttco had appropriated enough fcr
slxty-nino Biich battel les of four guns
each, of which thtrty-flvo hattoricii
have been for the regular army nnd
tho reserves and thirty-four hnve been
for tho ius of the mllltta. At the pics
tnt rnto the Btipply would'bc complet
ed In 1019.
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and carriages. Prices are exceed
ALAKEA STS., NEXT TO HOL-
Open Day and Night
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HOTEL 8T.. opposite YOUNQ Hotsl.
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