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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY. MAIICH 9, 1906.
The Little Ads with
Soe Pfiuo B, N3W TO -
1 HOUSE On Vineyard St
HOUSE On Klnau Street.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAJIKHOUSES On Queen Street,
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses Jn all rarU of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Wur.dcnborg residence, Ueretnnla St.
Nine rooms completely furnished.
Four to six months. Address C. II. V.
this office 3322-tf
Four rooms completely furnished,
store, pantry, washroom, storeroom,
ulictrlc light. 623 Hotel St.
A two story houso. No. 1036 Green
street, Furnished or unfurnished.
Apply C. B. Reynolds, 3317-U
Cottcge of 3 bedrooms on Vlnoyard
St. Apply S. S Peclt, 297 Vineyard
Cottages Is Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwM, Smith St, mauka Hotel
2 nice largo front rooms. Unfurnished
Reasonable. Apply 2S0 Bcretanla St.
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court Adams lane.
Five-room furnished cottage at Cot
tago Grove. Inquire No. 8. 3322-lf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
at SI Vineyard St 272S-tf
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward, 3271-tf
Purse containing coin, between Wat
klkl and Kallhl. Reward at this of-,
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from 2 to i3 a load !
according to distance hauled. Corn!
rocks for stable, roads and side
walk; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakca St; P. O. box 820.
Telerbono Main 396.
for a nice, smooth shave call at the!
Criterion 8b"0. 1111 Forr 3t
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; ropalrs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Bcretanla 8t
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
klkl. General Employment Offlpo,
cor. Fensacola and Beretanla.
For Japanese laborers and yard boys.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephone
Main 45C. 3317-lm
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warorooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. I
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
HAVE YOUR CLOTHE8 CLEANED,
PRE8SED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
11B3 :: fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 19.
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ads.
Uecf cattle for tale at Ka
il huku Hanch, Kau, Ha-
wall. 3212 tt
ideal country home at Manoa Valley,
fttirrniimlnit hv river! cood bathing:
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, rosea, fruit
trcos, nr. car lino, unrgain. Appiy
to P. E. K. Strauch, Ileal Estate, 74
8. King St.. Walty Bldg. 3296-U
Fine corner lot tn Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. F this office
Fir wood from the- Kahaulkl camp.
Apply at the Moana Uiprees, ana
shooting gallery, 19 Hotel near Nuu
anu 8t. Phono Blue 511.
Puro Plymouth Hock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Appiy
Farm Co run, King and McCully
streets. szvu ir
Wggj In settings. Puro bred Plymouth
Itocks, barred or white. Tcicpnono
White 831. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address It. S. K.. Bulletin.
Two-story house at Wnlalae and Cth
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3321-lm
WOOM AND BOARD
Modern and homelike, with private
family. 772 Hollbron Ave. off Klnau.
loom and board for 2 gentlemen at
U!0 King St. 3321-lm
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exchange. Address Randolph Stu
art, Oreenwood, British Columbia,
Jl.ranoso girl for light housework and
liok nrtcr little girl, 41-42 Young
Cottage at Walklkl Beach; furnished
or unfurnished. Address L., Bulle
A storeroom man at $40 per month and
found. Address B., this office.
A yacht, adrift Owner may obtain
same from Jno. Ulood. at Jno. Ka
nakns block, Kakaako. 3325-2W
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish
lng. Takata, 1284 Fort St
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. Th J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and TJnlon.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Cnos Bros., Union above Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs ot Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Flno Cutlery. Rear Union OrllL
A, J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R, ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
C0UN6ELL0R-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
W. G. LET,
SANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE 8MITH 8T.
Bet HOTEL and PAUAHl
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
iili 1 i '
IU. "I I
BIG ENTRY LIST
Tho entry for the Whlto Rock dolf
Tournament has broken all records and
the largest number of players that have
tUT participated In u match wilt be
on hand Sunday at Manoa to try their
luck for the handsome prize.
i:0rv club In the Islands Is repre
sented, cicn the Illlo club will have a
man In tho match. Several will come
up from Hulelna and Moanalua. It
will again bo a struggle between hand
icap and scratch men.
There will be two drawings at the
club, one at 9 o'clock nnd one at 1:30
p. in. All players are requested to be
on hand for theso drawings.
Following Is the list of players who
have entered: Dr. Murray, M. Phil
lips, K. F. Bishop, J. I). Mclnerny, F.
Armstrong, C. Folk, Jess Woods, Q. II.
llerry. 1. Spalding. O. U. Wall, C.
Weight. J O. Young, C. J. Hutchlns,
Wm. Williamson, P. Llshman, W. W.
Thayer, Geo. Angus, C. B. High, Dr.
Hosslter, II. 1). Glffard, J. Cullcn, Sr.,
John Cullcn, Jr., II. II. Wulker. John
Ilvans, 12. M. Campbell, E. O. White,
D. M. Ross. Frank llalitead, F W.
Klebahn, Fred Smith, W. Woon, W. C.
Wilder, II. Wilder. Paul Schmidt. J.
Itothwcll, J. D. Wost, R. A. Jordan,
Tho. Trcadway, E. M. Brown. R. A.
Woods. II. 1). Sinclair, St. Clair Bid
good. A S. Mahaulu, J. S. Orme, II.
If the Mnnoa links is given tip the
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WUU Hill IUU1U IU iUJMUUHI J1U1 I
wlirrn a club houso can bo securi-d 0:1
111 beach. This will give players the
advantage of bathing. Work hns bcci.
started on tho Park links and It will
not be long beforo they are In phiylui
tt u ::
There will probably be another fight
on the 30th day of April and McFndden
will meet Nelson in the main event.
These two lads put up such u warm en
gagement In their lust encounter that
the fans are clamoring for unotlu-r
bout between tho two. With these
boys for the main event a good house
would be Insured.
SI va. tho "Punchbowl Demon, " s
looking for troulilo and hahaulello
claims that Sllva will not have to look
far If ho wants to find It. In nil proh-
auumes iiicso iwo win conio logcuuT
on the same night. Both lire big,
strong men with a stiff punch and
tlioulil they clash a warm ring en
counter would be suie 10 iiuu,,
At mesent riulllvnn has nothlnc In
tight and unless Joo Cohen tilings
601110 ono from tho Coast tho champion
lightweight will have nothing to do
for some time Sullivan claims that
ho will neer glvo Iluihul another
chance. "I am a fighter nnd not i
wrestler," said SullUan. Ilulliul's day
Is over and tho chances hro Unit he will
never bo given another chance in a
U H tt
If the members of the Pilgrim As
sociation football team who made a
tour of the United States last summer
nnd fall tor the purpose 01 spieading
the popularity of the "sockcr" game
could realize all they accomplished
they would undoubtedly be surprise.!
They did succeed In spreading the
knowledgo and popularity ot tue game
but among a class where they thought
the toed would be wasted, This wai
amoug the colleges. They had little 01
no hope of Inducing the cullcglaus tc
take up the game They rather tried
to develop It among tho athletic clu'ot
and played but one exhibition game
against a college team, this being th
University of Pennsylvania. But th
university men were" the ones who took
to the game with the most eagerness
A year ago tho sport was having a
precarious existent e at iiarvaid. Co
umbla and Haerford, Now It hai
been taken up by Pennsylvania, Prince
ton and Cornell of the larger Hastciu
universities and has aUo taken root
among the Western ol es Yula
r.?. ww .
t m V N
thinks well of the game, but was un
able to join the Intercollegiate asso
ciation this year. The spread ot the
game among the colleges Is not a mush
room growth, but Is bound to becomf
Jack Dowsctt has been mentioned an
n candidate for baseball trustee to take
the place of tho late Col. Allen. Dow
sctt would make a good man and thcr
Is ccry possibility of htm being elect
ed for the place.
All ot the teams arc taking the pre
liminary tteps of organization and
will soon turn out for practice. From
the present outlook the II. A. C.'s hav
the strongest line up. They will hav
the same line-up as last )car, with the
addition of Joe Fernandez and possibly
Kvers, tho old Klk short stop.
Jim Gorman will most likely captula
wio uunus. jusi wno win piay in uur
team Is not hnown They will surclj
u,B iiMiij,wii, tvu.tu, iu, 1 uuuuuti
and Wilder of last year's team.
The Kama, Mallcs and Punahou
teams will line up about as they Uk'
u n tt
The only Mexican fighter In the bus
iness Is Aurclla Herrcra. He rcccntlj
defeated Young Corbett and boxed
draw with Hermann. With a stylo (II f-
' ku-ui iium un uiui-t ijiuuiiiiviii iiKiiL-
c. ho has nn excellent defense, nud
wnllon Hint lilta Ihn mnrli mir nni!
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hard. A strange thing nbout thl
fighter Is the way In which ho prepared
for his contest, that Is directly opposed
to nil other methods of training, yel
tlll produces good results and enables
him to hold his own with nil compel
Itorg who live the "slniplo life." Her
rcra lacks only ono thing from perfec
tion nnd that Is stamina, the recuperat
ing power that would enable him to re
cover quickly and be strong nfter a
hammering. This stamina has evi
dently been thrown nwny by too great
fondness for the good things of earth
Although not a drunkard by any
nlenns hit Iniltittrpa In Pntnai, nft.tr
mcali,. nnd keeps up his practice of
gmokrng tho blackest cigars whether
Jn iralnlne or not, so that one can
, Ullt wonder how he Is nblo to light at
nn. for physiologists argue that of all
rocn (ho habitual moderate drinker I?
ti10 ore who does the most harm tc
t: :t st
At present. Mexico seems to bo tho
venue for tho followers of golf. For
tho last two or three years, the Mcx
leans hnve been showing great Interest
In this sport. Last year they held a
championship tournament, nnd a few
nf our northern golfers participated
Anderson, tho American open cham
pion, nnd Smith, of Chicago, each won
ono of tho big professional events, W)
American amateurs were highly
pleased with the links, 'and the cffoits
of tho Mexicans to Improve the stand
ard of tho game, This year the Conn
tiy Club of Mfxlco have arranged 0
championship tournament on a mam
moth scale, In which such famous golf
ers as Jack White, champion of Oreat
Britain In 1905, and Alex, Held, who
held the title In 1902, will compete.
MILLION FOR VOTE.
Chicago, Feb. 15. "The Chicago
City Hallway Company can afford nnd
would be willing to pay $1,000,000 for
each alderman's vote for another
twenty-) car franchise similar to tho
old ono. However, the present City
Council seems to be unusually honest
and It probably would take an Immense
sum to buy votes In It," said Professor
Wllllim Hill of the department of no -
lltlcal economy of the University of
in. uiio. in U led lire to his class today
on sraft In the cities.
WHAT THE COAL STRIKE
Means to the Country and the Great
Famine That Will Prevail If Present
Plans of Miners Are Carried Out, will
be tcld In
SEER THE II
The Bulletin finds It necessary
to establish a new rule In con-
ncctlon with tho automobile- con-
A change In the delivery of a
paper from the oerson now re-
cclvlng It to another of the same '
family cannot be accepted as a
ntw subscriber, nor will an addi.
i- tlonal paper sent to a person al
ready receiving the paper be ac-
cepted as a new subscriber. .
Tho Bulletin hasv been very
careful that thcro shall be abso-
luta fair play In dealing with the '
-I- contestants. It must also see
that tho contestants are equally
4- straightforward In their relations
with tho paper. Tho matter Is
brought early to the attention of
the many people Interested In
order that there may bo no mis-
-S- understanding as to what con-
stltutes a now subscriber.
AUTO STANDING MARCH 8
Admiral Geo. C. Beekley 121237
St Louis College Alumni Asso
Judge A. N. Kepolksl 60014
Diamond Head Athletic Club.. 27562
Llhue Kegel Club 23552
Leo Lorrlllard Cummins 12907
Mrs. Lucy Wright (Walmea, Ka
Aala Club 10316
Co. D, N. G. H. (Hllo) 9554
Thos. C. White, Kealakekua.. 9184
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson 7759
D. K. Watson 7232
J. D. McVeigh 6712
Jas. Kula (Kauai) 5870
Jas. L. Frlel (Mauna Loa) .... 493a
S. K. Kamaloplll 2947
Miss Hannah Sheldon (Llhue,
Kauai) . . . 2672
Tommy Kearns .' 2218
Geo. H. Dunn (Lahalna) 1527
Joe de uraga (Kauai) 1500
Chester Irwin , 1209
Kalmukl, Walalae, Patolo Impvt.
A. M. Souza 1201
Miss Lucy Kaukau (Lahalna).. 842
John Raposo (Llhue Store) .... 805
H. D. Joe 709
P. N. Kahokuoluna (Pala, Maul) 800
H, D. Jo 809
8am Chong . 695
Louis H.Miranda 442
J. Rcdrlgues 304
Court Camoes, A. O. F.
M. Botellho ,
Honolulu Athletic Club
C. E. Pederson
Geo. Cachlcopulos . . ..
Miss May Gonsalves . . .
Chang D. Yen
.Henry Hoaan 11
'jerry Durnlngham 10
1 1 oievlsro . . .,
'capt Gregory .
C. A. 8am
Miss Eva McLean .
Chief Thurston . . .
Aug. Gomez , . .....
.11.- U .... (..!
r. 1--- 'ii
, . utr.ana Daneinn Club t John
l.u 1" Mli. Mae Wetr 1- Mli M
!,Wn ' MISS Mae Weir, 1, MISS M
Lemon, 1; Miss Phtlomcna Perry, 1;
Fritz Van Der Lelne (Koloa), 1; Miss
Mary Vincent, 1; Chong Nee Hlng, 2;
Hllo Band, 1; V. Jacobsen, 1;
E. S. Kong, 3; Ralph Kahn, 3; Jose
J. Roka, 1; Miss Alice Weight, 1; C.
8ullivan, 1; Caesar Gomez, 1; H. T.
Lake, 1; John Rapoza, 1; Edith Tuck,
1; Manl. Vincent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 3;
Miss M. A. Larsen, 1; Dr. 8. Jaeger, 1;
Gertrude McCann, 0; J. P. Scully,
4; Ralp Kahn, 4; H. Silver, 3; 8. A.
Deel, Ewa, 3; Capt. Campbell, 3; J. H,
Kahn, 2; J. A. L. De Fries, 2; Max
Gussefeld, 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
Nelper, 2; R. H. Hitchcock, 2; Bill
V. Grimes, 3; Pacific Social Club, 2;
Mrs. Jas. Dougherty, 8; Harry Macfar.
lane, 1; Albert Vlerra, 1; Walter Mae
farlane, 2; C. Louis, 1; L. Mon Tal, 1;
Fritz Fredenberg, 1; H. A. Franson,
2; Louts 8. Alves, 1; Joe Vagras, 1;
M. T. Marshall, 1; Wm. Medelros, 1; J.
M. Perry, 1JF.W. Klebahn, 1J J. D. Mc
lnerny, 1; Prof. D. Malkai, 1; W. T.
Schrrldt, 1; Malle Athletic Club, 1;
Mrs. J. E. ShaW, 1; W. Dulsenberg, 1;
Keoki Isenberg, 1; H. 8. Ward, 1;
Miss Kalal Walau, 1; Louis Freltas, 1;
Herm. Hugo, 1; Rosellne Stone, 1;
Louis Vlneent, 1; Geo. Bruns, 1; B.
M. 8umner, II Harry 8. Qray, 1; J.
F. Child, 1; Miss Jean Angus, 1;
Slats Hellbron, 1; Ernest Munlz, 1;
Manuel Munlz, 1; Walter Dillingham,
1; Lum Chine, 1 P. A. Lucas, 1. Scat
MAUNA LOA ARRIVES
Tho Bteamer Mauna Loa, from Kona
and Kau ports via Lahalna, docked at
the IntT-Island wharf at u:lo o'clock
this morning with 2352 bags ot Hutch
inson plantation sugar. CS bags of cot-
fee and a lot of miscellaneous good?.
Commander Slmerson reports 400U
baks sugar at Honokaa and 13S0 bag
sugar at Kukulhacle awaiting ship
ment, r ine weaiuer wan experieiiei'ii
on outward trip and along the Kona
coast, the bteamer landing a lot or sup
piles successfully for the Kalae light
house. On the Kau coast nice weather
nnd smooth seas with light trado
winds. I.ast Wednesday the wind
changed to southwest and a frightful
ImId sprung up with a heavy swpII
running, rendering It Impossible to
take cattle from Knpua ranch.
On the return it was Impossible to 1
land at Hoopuloa, Ilookena, Napoopoo
or Keaunou, 11011a. passengers were
landed at Kaawaloa. Very heavy seas
are reported along tho Hamakua coast
but no wind. Crossing the channel,
southwest winds and cross seas were
RULE 1 II
How to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 'Contest
Tht Bulletin office hat been asked a hundred times in fn last
xveek, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be granted, as it uvuld be unfair to the persons not
having the list. The real, live, earnest pnse-winning way is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL thetr friends if they already
take the pahcr (which is likely), then their votes on old subscrip
tions may be secured; if they do not naiv take The Bulletin, it is
up to the vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vole coupon and placing in the hands of the new sub
scribers the best nnvspapcr publish in the Territory of Hauvii.
The prises are a 91400 REO TOURING CAR, iG horsepow
er, seating five people. ' The Second Prise is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO. Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a ?IO STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE; Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF BAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
Votes may be had as follows:
For Nciv Subscriptions,
Daily, i year $8.003300
Daily, 6 months... 4.00 1500
Daily, 3 months.... 2.00 750
Daily, 1 month 75 250
Weekly, I year .... 1.00 425
Weekly, 6 months . . .50 200
THE BULLETIN'S TEN PRIZES are of interest to ev
erybody, and cvervbodv is riven
I BtT POPULARITY AND VOTES will win in this contest
NOTHING ELSE CAN. W&
PER THE 8. 8. NEBRA8KAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid in stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that wo
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFISH In blocks and strips, PICKLED BLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT SALMON, 8ALMON BELLIES, 8MOKED EEL8 (Imported),
SMOKED HALIBUT, and 8ALMON SMOKED BLOATERS.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons. ,
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish,
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER I8LAND8 WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELCPHONE MAIN 244.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
IOR 8ALI1 bVERV WHERE
McPARLANE&Co., Sole Agents.
02 FORT 8T I.
F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL ST..
TO ARRIVE FRIDAY PER NEBRA8
KAN, FRESH MILCH C0W8, DRIV
INQ H0RSE8, AND THOROUGH-
TELEPHONE MAIN 109,.
For Old Subscriptions.
Daily, 1 year $8.00 3000
Daily, 6 months ... 4.00 1200
Daily, 3 months . . . 2.00 Coo
Daily, 1 month ... .75 200
Weekly, 1 year ... 1.00 400
Weekly, 0 months . . .50 175
an otttortunilv to tirin litem.
ALEX. YOUNG BLDG.
opposite YOUNG Hotel.
FRESH MU8HROOM 8PAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 339.
LARGE 8TOCK OF
TELEPHONE WHITE 718.
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