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EVENINO BULLETIN,' HONOLULU, T. 1!., THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1006.
The. Little Ads with the Big Results
Seo Piiko H, NSW TO-DAY, for- Now Adn.
HOUSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSB On Reach at Walklkl.
HOUSE- On Klnau Street.
OFFICE8 In Walty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
ImproTed and Unimproved Proper-
Kouse In all part of the City.
BISHOP fc CO.,
A to story home, No. 103C Oreeu
street. Kurnlshed or unfurnished.
Apply C II. Reynolds. 3317-lf
Cottages la ChrliUy Lane. Apply
Wong KwrJ, Smith St., mauka Hotel
2 nice larRo front rooms. Unfurnished
Reasonable. Apply 2S0 Beretanla St.
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
elty. Helen's Court Adams lane.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms
At 8 Vineyard St. , 2728-tf
Beef cattle for sale at Ka-
huku Ranch, Kau, Ha
waii. 3212 tf
Ideal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Or. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Bargain, Apply
to P. E. R. Straiich. Real Estate, 74
S. King St., Walty Bldg. 3296-tf
10 SEEK THE 10
Fine corner lot In llaklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
aud all Improvements. Two mln
ntes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It t this offlco.
The Bulletin finds It necessary
tn establish a new rulo In con-
ncctlon with the automobile con-
A change In the delivery of a
paper from the person now re
cclvlng It to another of the same
family cannot be accepted M at
! now subscriber, nor will an addl-
tlonal paper sent to a person al
ready receiving the paper be ac-
: ecpted as a new subscriber.
The Bulletin has been very
4- careful that thero shall bo abso-
luto fair play In dealing with tho
by Wl lam. and Klk; Punahou. by " . "on WoWtotrt Blittdvnna. ', " T n,8 V t
Siocre and Woods: Maltes by Cohen "".. ,. ."i1.1 5ton8 umnmy un,,i that tho contestants are equally
end K ng. Elk . by Thompjo
nrdson, and Kama by Lemon
present. President Isenberg
meeting to order and Frank
' LEAGUE HAS NEW TEAM
tome wonderful things about tho Ha
Rencar Is again before the public ns
An enthusiastic baseball meeting was, cly winner of the short dlsinnce
1..11 ., ik- v,. i,.i in., ..., i. , , tnecs that were to be held nt the New
held at the "ioung hotel last evening at, Y(,rk Athcle c,ul) ,, ,he augpccs
r n'rlnru. Tlip II A ?.'. rpnrpftpnteil .. .t. . . . ,i ......... ,n
Hre wood from the Kahaulkl camp.
Apply at the Monnft Bxprces, and
shooting gallery. 19 Hotel near Nuu
nnu St. Phone Blue 511.
Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
Uggi In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
(locks, barred or white. Telephono
White 831. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. 8. K.. Bulletin.
Chief Engineer for Olaa Mill. Apply
Mr. John Watt, Manager, Olan, Ha
girl to do light
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, nn Aloha 1
Temple fez. Finder return to this'
offlco for reward 3271-tf
U Thomas Square- on Thurndny last,
a small a kage Owner may havo
same by proving property and pay
ing for nd 3317-lw
una plpifpil Rprtptftrv Iti fill flip vnrnnpv '
of l.orrln Andrews. Thompson reail
the minutes of the last meeting, which
set forth the financial standing of tho
League, All the debts have been paid
nud everything Is in good condition.
The question or umpire wns brouglil
up and Bert Bowers was unanimously
chosen to act lu tills capacity at an In
1 nnd K'Ch .- - - , " '. , , ,, wrfi . BiraiR iiiorwara in uieir ra. T
zn -ft.5. K.s t m ? ?
Thnmiwnn ' .. ". T .. .. :."."" h.-.iu it inc many peopio iiuervBiuu in v
ui,Iv, iiivmTiin i inn xnn Kmnr Rpii'. imiiiv.
of the Chicago Y. M. C A., and Dan
, Itenear of Honolulu.
Dtnlcls has done 100 yards In n tank
In 57 3-5 seconds. This record wus
j made in tho N. Y. A. C. tank.
I.cary swam tho 100 yards nt the
Portland fair In GO seconds flat. Rcnear
, accomplished the same feat In Honu
llulii. Roth of these records were
order that there may bo no mis-
understanding aa to what con-
stltntos a new subscriber.
UP TO DATE STAGING
Thus of Honolulu's public who arc
frtrttinatn fnniirh tfi rrnwil fhrlr WAV
creased salary of '$16 ifor the two games. straightaway. nto tho Opera Houso a week from to-
, smrcr wus laiaeu oi uui mu niuuer Tue pi,adelphla Inquirer of Febru- oislit to hcarjho Elks In their monster
was referred to a committee consisting arv nth as tho following to say of mlnstrol extrlvagania will certainly be
of the managers of the different tennis., iienoar: Vhen there Is Dan Rcnear,' given a treat In "staging a piece."
It Is desired to securo some ono who of Honolulu, now of the University of, Every available Inch of spaco that can
wilt b willing to uct without compen- iCnns)lvanla. Rcnear won tho Ha-ha used will be used, to tnko tho many
satlon. Iwallnn championship last winter at "Arts and Crafts" planned for the
It was decided to play a two-8crlc tile islands from tho previous Ilawnlluu opcnlnR of this show. Music that
season, the schedule to oe arranged at champion, who was novcr before de- would give onc,he creeps, with "hell"
some later date, lhe two-series prop- fcatp,i, 0n that occasion Rencar also' close In sight will startle you, but how
osltion Is a good one und worked out Bwnm joo yards In ono minute flat, but ujon this Is overcome with a beautiful
well last season. It held Interest to record requirements, unsanctioned ' strong chorus of forty-flvo well drilled
the last. meet, etc., deprived him of the glory! voices breaking Into a dreamy Mlu-
Hie most Important business of the nnd honor of tho performance. Ilcneur strel Walso air, tho stage transformed
meeting wns the permission granted . a typical athlete. He Is 0 feet tall, In all Its splendor to "The Birth of tho
tho lilks to change their name. It wua weighs 175 pounds In condition, nnd Melon." ono of the best pieces of stag
slated that the hlks Lodge was not In 'though defeated last jear by Daniels ng ever seen In this country. This is
faor of the .earn playing under theif0r the Sackett cup nt Lafayette In the, the opening sccno and while Ifa not
mime of hlks; so hereafter tho old Schuylkill river, ho Is a dangerous com- qulto right to pass It out before tho
time ElkB will appear on tne ilcid wltli)ctltor ull tho wuy up to the 100 In thejihow, It Is nevertheless qulto right
the word "Ualiu1 across their chest I short sprints." that the music loving people of Hono-
ftu longer will the rooter have the' The Philadelphia Bulletin prints the lulu should know whnt they"rc mlsslna
eltuiiie to yell, "Oh! lou Elks," the ' following: "Dan Rencar. the champion' If It's their Intention to stny anay.
i.uy is past und the witty fan must m-j Honolulu swimmer, who has been vls-l -
ii.it ttnrr.Ptlitni noiv It Is rifiltiiixl flint lm 1. 1- Lnm.. I. .... !., l.. !..,. I
about toe samo team that represented helping Coach Ocorge Klstler prepare RfinRfiVfilt Think"R Wfi
Pennsylvania for the races of the sen
son, Itenear Is ono of the finest swim
mers ever seen In America, nnd when
the r.lks last scusun will be lu un uahu
iiiiiioiui tins year, ltlcharuson will
manage thu team.
I lie matter ut the illusion of jiro
ceeds wns brosghl before the league In ho and Klstler slip Into tho tank nt
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
".'-.Bulletin gives a completo summary uf,
- tho news of tho day For 31 a year.
VJf Fine Job Printing at the BuP
Hie shapo oi u motion by the .Manes. It
was set toith that Inasmuch as the I
I.cngue was out uf debt, und the teams '
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
Hawaiian Ballasting Company. 'Umbreltss roalred and bras polish'
i- Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load tng. TakaU, 1284 Fort St
-according to distance hauled. Coral 308&-tr
IT.VAS lur Biauiv, luaui uiiu biuit v-.-.
walks; firewood. Third door below MONEY TO LEND.
King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 390. ' 0n jewery ano merchandise. Th. J.
"" Carlo Pawn .o Hotel and union.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Btmo. 1111 Fort Bt
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 620 King St.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros, Union above Hotel St
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired see Hastings for repair of Locks,
ana ayea. 637 uoretama Bt Keys. Music Boxes, Sharpening of
FIno Cutlery. Rear Union Orlll.
I .. . . . MM
For hou.e-h.lp, phone White 2391. Ma. UU L'L SS N A . AK. N
uenerai ismpioymcni uruco, w mkw..j w....
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
-.For Japanese laborers and yard boys.
.Call at Hotel Chikushl, or Telephone
iMata C. 3317-lm
?Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano wareroorns
of L. E. Thayer & Co., IDS Hotel Bt,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
A. J. DERBY. D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
Franklin Field and take the pupils
under tow there Is some great rnclns
lo be seen, Rencar said yesterday that
Can Whip Japanese
How to gzi votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The liullclin office lias been asked a hundred times in the last
'.feel:, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be granted, as it tvould be unfair to the persons not
having the list. The real, live, earnest prize-winning way is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL their friends if they already
lake the pdber (which is likely), then their votes on old subscrip
tions may be secured; if they do not now take The Bulletin, it is
up lo the vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vote coupon and placing in the hands of the nnu sub
scribers the best ncivspabcr publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prizes arc a 91400 ItEO TOURING CAR, 16 Iwrscpow
er, seating five people. The Second Prize is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO; Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY: Fourth. A
SIL,VER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a ?40 STORE ORDER;
o-ff u lyiiimu i ji ourf iivu iiiiuJivzi,- O even III, a
LEATHER GOLF BAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
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I mm- POPULARITY AND VOTES will win in this contest
NOTHING ELSE CAN. "mt '
M0tt4Ht$Hm t nig tit 11I tiliwMpHNat$ir
Washington. Jan. 23. "We would
whip Japan If the navies of the two
countries were matched ship for ship
r.nd man for man," said President
haid up, a division uf ta per cent to thu j Klstler was one of the few men In thi Roosevelt today In a talk with Dr.
U'uiiib unu -i per cent to the trustees 1 country who understands the crawl James Shcrrcr, president of Newberry
mould to nmue. This would give me' stroke, and ho thought tho Red and College of Newberry. S. C, So the edit-
leums u cnanco to get on tncir feet una lllun watermen would hold their own ' cator says.
make some money. H his motion went 'against any college team In tho country Dr. Shcrrcr has lived five years In
through with Hying colors and will now 'lu a dual meet, nnd that they could play' Japan, where ho was n tutor. When
lc brought up beiore u meeting of the water polo with tho best trams in the. Dr. Shcrrcr visited the White Housa
trustees mm there Is little doubt but land.
what they will agree. Each club de
sert es all that Is coming lo them lor
their hard work.
Clint. Pulk of tho II. A. C.'s thought
that tho League should have u buslut.
manager whoso duty it would bo to
t: a u
MITT PUSHERS BUSY
It hard work and determination will
accomplish anything the six fighters
today tho President asked htm a great
many questions about Japan, the Jap
anese navy nnd the lighting qualities
of the Japanese ships and men. Dr.
Scherrer said that ho believed tho Jap
anese nnvy, man for man, was the bckt
In the world, but the President con-
boost the games and advertise, also tu Uo are to meet Saturday night at theitcmlcJ tlml tllc American navy, man
look alter the ground aud other duilts ' 0l,Cra House will all be lit to fight for fpr man was the best, and expressed
that might arlte. Jess Woods was thflr lives. j the belief that this country, It It should
uuunlniuus v clioscn lor tlio noalllou n,,ii,i 1. ,i, , .t, 1. ,ii
nr will have chargo this season. ttrenumis work und If ho Is not In con-
Frura the Present outlook tho sen- .titim. 11 .,111 nm i. ii...,. i,n .11,1 nni
son will be a successful one In ou-ryjdo hi best. Bill Is now sailing alone
icspeet Five stroiig teams havo cn-n tho pugilistic field as far as a tialn-
tercd and the public Is still Interested cr and manager Is concerned. Jim Fox
"For Rent" cards
he Bulletin office.
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
i. . COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN-
"'6 " . - . .,.. ...
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. I Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to eat wll be delighted to see the noble
array of dainties which arrived by the S. Sf 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, OLIVE8,8AU8AGE8, 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 mak
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
nnwiAral Emntovment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla 8ts, Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak.
Telephone Blue 2181.
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP 8TREET,'
ill tho National sport
Another meeting will be held In the
Mauoa golfers were surprised to
loam that the life of 'the .Manoa Club
li'.ny be short. C. J. Hutchlns, the pres
ident of the club, has received word
from Mr II. K,-Cooper, the owner of
the land on which the club Is located,
that the truit containing the first and
ninth hales has been sold and Is ex
pcitcd to be built on In the nenr fit
tuie. This would necessitate the finding of
r location for the two mentioned holes.
It may be that adjoining lands can Ut
secured nnd the course so laid out
that a removal from the course wuuc
not he necessary.
If the Mauoa course, Is given up It
will be greatly missed by many who
found enjoyable pastime playing en
tliC3e links, which uro the most popular
on the Island. It Is claimed that only
at Manon can be found good putting
greens nnd while others are its equal
thiough the fulr greens there Is none
to compare In tho short game.
This course was fast Improving and
In time would have been as good us
could bo found anywhere. Golf has
gained urh u firm footing here that
should Mnnoa be given up arrange
ments Will be made for another locu
tion. WII1TE ROCK MEETING
The White Hock Golf Cup Commu
te o met yesterday and decided to hold
tho next tournament nt Manoa on tho
,11th day of March. Entries will close
on March Sth at Woods & Sheldon'
store. Any one not entering by 5
o'clock on the date will not bo allowed
to participate In the match.
'1 here are to be two drawings at tho
club, duo at 9-20 n. m, nniLone at 1:30
p, ui, All entries are supposed to he
on hand ut these drawings. This will
live those who can not be on hand In
the mninlng a chance to play In the
Another meeting will be held on
Mar.-li 9th to adjust nil handicaps. It
la expected that a record breaking
rowd will bo on hand to contest for
the beautiful trophy.
RENEAR IN LIMELIGHT
ha retired und Is now In a cluss with
Jeffries and Jim Corhctt Jim declares
that ho Is through with tho game for
good nnd all. It must be admitted that
Jim was a valuable man for Ilulbul
Mid Just what the native lad will no
without this vet in his corner remains
to be seen. Fox has always used the
brain work for Hulhul and the latter
Is suro to miss him lu his corner.
MiTaddcn and Sullivan are dotiij
their work at Wavcrley Hall nnd some
lively bouts can bo seen there any af
ternoon about 3 o'clock. McFuddcn
nnd Sullivan spar several rounds, wres
tle and punch the bag. McFnddcn Is
showing wonderful speed and appears
to be faster than ever. Sullivan Is do.
toting his time, to rough work so that
ho will be able to do some hard In
Nelson will inrry all the Punchbowl
money on Saturday night and If Mc
Fndden whips the Portuguese, the
.parts from the hill will all so to work.
Tho sporting public Is warming up ocr
Saturday's lights und the outcome will
bo watched with Interest.
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Mike Ward Is In San Francisco look'
ng to Ilpht any llghtwelghl, Ilrltt
Hanlon, Corbet! or Fitzgeruld pre
:t :: it
Dan Renear, Honolulu's famous
swimmer, la doing his share toward ad
vertising these Islands and It Is safe
ever havo n war with Japan, would do'
feat the Japanese It the navies were
matched ship for ship.
President Roosevelt expressed the
highest amlratlou for tho excellent
fighting qualities of the Japanese and
spoke of their magnlllccnt lighting ma
chines. Tho conversation Is reported by Dr.
Scherrer, who left for Now York thU
afternoon. He enmo to Washington to
Invite President Roosevelt to deliver
an address at the semi-ccntcnnlnl cele
bration of the establishment of the
Newberry College. Tho President ex
pressed regret that ho would not be
able to attend.
The bark R. P. Rlthet sailed from
San Francisco with tho following car
go for Honolulu, Feb. 19: Barley, 4313
ctls; 73 ctls Wheat, 731 ctls Corn, S373
lb Meals, 37 ctls Oats, 38GS bales Hay,
720 lbs Bran, 231 lbs Middlings, 20 bbls
Beef, IfiG cs Canned Oooda, SO cs Olive
Oil, 10 pkgs Groceries and Provisions
2120 lbs Salt, 78 S3 lbs Sugar, 25 bbts
Beer, 703 gals Vinegar, 10.000 cs Coal
Oil, 11 GO cs Oasollno, 270 bbls and U0
cs Oil, 23 pkgs Paints. S bbls Tar. 270
bxs Soap. 1417 bdls Terra Cotta Pipe.
382 bxs Candles, 25 cs Turpentine, 1
Automobile, 1 bale Rubber Clothing.
2 colli Rope, i lulls Brooms, 2 bales
Twine, 190,000 lb Cement, 19 cs UooU
and Sbnes, 2 pkgs Machinery, 3 colls
Wire Rope, 6 cs Benzine, 80 bdls Build
While passing over a rnllwny cross-
Ini? nenr llrilliRwIrk In his motor car
uvcry ugiuweigiu in me country u recently the flrand Duko of Oldenburg
after Jim Drltt'8 tcalp. They all think vn. nenrlv killed bv nn exnresa train
they can win over the little California which missed tho car by only a few
iuu unu hiiiiw uui iney wuuiu cum
tfoinu coin by doing so.
Joe Thomn8 and "Honey" Mellody
may be matched.
The Denver Athletic Club has of
fered $5000 for u' match between Young
Corhctt and Dick Hyland of Sun Fran
cisco, tt n ss
Hyland and Devaney will box In
Denver on March 1st
XI- SS St '
Willie Fitzgerald and Jimmy Gard
ner hae been offered a J3000 purse fo
a 45-round contest lu Sacramento, Cul.
Herrcra has been offerad a match
with Joe dans in San Francisco. He
also has nn offer to meet Nelson lu
Los Angeles. It Is qulle possible that
he will accept the latter offer.
n n n
Tommy Murphy of New York jeecnt
ly put It all over Bunny Yangcr In a
SPORTS OF ALL SORTS
Now York. Feb. IB. The alleged
I'doplnc" of Lou Dillon at Memphis In
to say that Dan tolls those Easterns! s 1901 will be thoroughly Investigated by out at Stanford University
-r-t--f -r-r -r-f ---r
the bo3rd nf review of tho National
Trotting A'ioclatlon. This action was
decided upon yesterday at tho Murray
Hill lintel, where tho biennial conjrenj
of the National Trotting Asosclutlon
was lii-lil. It Is said that the case wilt
be decided nt the next meeting of tho
bony) of review In May.
ts n :s
The American Baseball League will
open on the 14th day of April in the
East, 'i he season ends October 7th.
ss n ss
Arthur Duffy tho sprinter has car
ried hi ense Into court. Action ts
hrougbt against the amateur Athletic
I'nton in have Duffy's record atand
SI tt '
Sockcr football la attracting much
attention In California.
tt tt ST
The Chicago National League Bate
Lall team will ttart training on March
Cth at West Baden, Ind.
ts St tt
' Fifty thousand dollars was taken
from the bookmakers in the Ascot
Derby recently held nt Los Angcc.
Mastcrson was the winning horso,
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Fifty Athletes entered tho track try-
We do all kinds of carriage repairs well and reasonably, In our
fully equipped shop on Queen 8L, between Fort and Alakea Sts. Also
carriage painting and building. This department I In charge of skill
ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent to under
take the building of wagons, drays and carriage. Prices are exceed
ingly moderate and the service leave nothing to be deslre'd.
Scliiiiiiaii Carriage Co.
QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT & ALAKEA 8TS., NEXT TO HOL-
LINGER'8 SHOEING SHOP.
A Digestive Marvel !-
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
Open Day and Night
Prof. R. A, Woods
ROOM8 17181920 ...r. YOUNG BUILDING
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water :
A New Man In Every Bottle.
I-OR 8ALH hVEm WHERE
J McPRLANE&Co., So!e Agents.
02-. FORT 8T I. O. O. F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL 8T., opposite YOUNG Hotsl.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kind repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tool fur.
nlshed. Cook, Ynrdboy and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401. '