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EVENING BULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T II., MONDAY, MAHCIt 12. 1906.
The Little Ads with
See Pno S, NSW TO -
HOU8E On Klnau Street.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAIIBH0USB8 On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses la all rarts of the Cltr.
BISHOP A CO.,
Wur.denberg riwldencc, Bcretanla St.
Nine rooms completely furnished.
Four to six months. Address C. K. K.
this nlllce. 3322-tf
Four rooms completely furnished,
stove, pantry, washroom, storeroom,
electric light 623 Hotel St.
A two story house. No. 1036 Green
street. KurnlKhcd or unfurnished.
Apply C. n Reynolds. 3317-tt
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
8t. Apply S. 8 Peck, 297 Vineyard
Cottages la Chrlstly Lane. Apply i
Wong Kwal, Smith St.. mauka Hotel.
2 nice large front rooms. Unfurnished
Reasonable. Apply 280 Bcretanla St.
-Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
Five-room furnished cottage at Cot
tage Grovo. Inquire No. 8, 3322-tf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
at 84 Vineyard St 2728-tf
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkt Tarn and Walklkl. an Aloha
Temple fee. Finder return to this
offloe for reward, 3271-tX
"Purse containing coin, between Wal
klkl and Kallhl, Reward at this of
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Bsat black sand from f 2 to $3 a load
according to dlstanco hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and aide
walks; firewood. Third door boTow
King, Matinakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 396.
KTor a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Hbno. 1111 Port St .
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Utmura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
alshea employees. 520 King St,
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 687 Berctanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ms
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Ponsacola and Beretnnla.
For Japnnwio laborers and jard boys.
Call at Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephone
Main 456. 3317-lm
'Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner;
has moved to the piano warerooma
of L. E. Thayor & Co., 158 Hotel St,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
-"For Rent" cards on sala at
the Bulletin office.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Qeneral Employment Office, car.
Emma and Beretarvla Sta. JspanMs
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Ctxv
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2181.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oflfce and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
, Ing and Polishing: Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and Qeneral Jobbing.
;M ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. V
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ads.
-.Tlf naitla tnr Mln Ai Kl.
$A huku llancb, Kau. Ba
Ideal country home at Maaoa VaUay,
surrounded by river; good baUug;
6r. cottaga, barn, lawn, rose, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Bargain. Apply
to P. H. R. Btraucb. Real Batato, 74
H. King St., Walty Bldg. J29tf
Fine corner lot In MaklkL Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Pun&bon
College. -Address B, F, this offloe.
Fire wood from the Kahaulkl camp.
Apply at the. Moana Uxpre&s, and
akootlng gnllory, 19 Hotel near Nuu
onu St. Phone Blue Ml.
Pure Plymouth Ilock eggs, and young
cnlokena on month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MoCnUy
Wggi In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
Rocks, barred or white. Telophono
White, 811. 3319-tf
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address II. S. K, Bulletin.
Two-story bouse at Wnlnlno and Cth
Ave. Inquire on premises, 3321-lm
OOM AND BOARD
To gentlemen can find room and
board ul h private family; Mnklkl,
half block to cars, Address J.. Bul
letin oitlce 3327-lw
Koora nml board for 2 gentlemen at
US"! King St. 3321-lm
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, lost
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exchange. Address Randolph Stu
art, Greenwood, British Columbia.
Jbranosc girl for light housework and
lcok after little girl. 41-42 Young
Colta ftt WBlklw Ueach. furnished
or unfurn,heil. AJ. ' ,.. ..
Address I. Bulle-
A storeroom man at $40 per month and
found. Address II., this office.
A yarht. ndrlfL Owner may obtain
same from Jno. Blood, at Jno. Ka
nakas block, Kakaako. 3325-2W
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. TWs J.
Carlo Pawn o Hotel and TTnloo.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Knos Bros., Union above Hotel St.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlory. Rear Union Qftll.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT. a V. 8.,
777 KINO ST. ' TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN4
I Weekly LTOUVtm gl per year.
CUT KINDLINQ WOOD, Northwest
DELIVERED, 17.50 PER CORD.
L C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 152. TEL.
YARD, corner QUEEN A
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem 8UOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purooaes a aosclalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
exsctiW ahorUst notloa,
A tn.t llnnnlfilir I. In hnVa n ttlliniFA
bath. This Is something that has been W. C. Wilder 52
talked of and agitated in this city for II. A. Wilder 62
many yearn. In this warm cllmatelt'. Schmidt 48
vhern swlmmlne ! so iionuinr una
where there nre so few places to bathe. '
It seems strange that such nn Institu
tion has never before been promoted.
A company Is now being organized to
erect a building on the Cowes property
on llotel street, between the Young
hotel and Y. M. C. A. This building
will contain n cement tank 75x40 fee!.
Well appointed Turkish baths will
nlso be Installed together with an ex
erclslng room where physical culture
will he taught
Water from tho pool will be obtained
from the von Hamm-Young Co. This
water comes from the artesian well at
a depth of 0,000 feet and Is absolutely
pure It Is proposed to empty the tanlj
every other day and Insure pure water
l.ooo galoins or frcsn water win run
Into the pool every hour.
In connection with tho pool the
bather will have the pleasure of the
use of spring boards, shutes, trapeze,
high dives and traveling rings. Every
thing that will appeal to tne tun seen
er will be on hand.
Arrangements have been maifo
whereby nn entrance can be made front
the Y. M. C. A. gym to the tank. This
will be n great addition to the Y. M,
C A. and will bo freely taken advant
age of by tho Y. M. C. A. memucis,
It Is proposed to hnve ladles' (lays
twice n week. At this time the build
ing wllf bo turned oer to them ex
clusively. The business men will nlso
have their turn and on tnese unys tue
right of admission will bo strictly
reserved. On other days tho general
public will be ndmltted. "his is the
customary way of doing business In
must of the baths throughout the
Swimming ,1s to be promoted and
taught A swimming club will bo
organized and race and diving meets
held. Water polo and all other uquatlc
sports will bo encouraged.
Although a place of this kind Is new
to Honolulu there are thousands
throughout tile United States and
Kurime. No city Is complete without
their public baths. In San Francisco
there Is the Sutro Baths in which over
J 1,000,000 in Invested. The Lurllno
uaths In the same city, cost 3150,000.
Both do an Immense business.
There ate two small pools in Hono
lulu at the present time. At Oahu col
lege is a tunk about 30x45 teet In
connection with the Boys' Field Is a
pool 20x20 feet Both are extremely
popular amongst the younger people
und prove to bu very fine from n sani
tary and heulthful point uf view.
Building will start on the new baths
about the first of April and they will
be rushed to completion. The corpor
ation will be capitalized at 310,000 and
It Is reported that most of the stock
has been subscribed for.
The name of the new institution will
be "The Hotel Baths,"
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J. 0. Y0LNG WINS
The White Rock tournament brought
out many golfers at Manoa yesterday
und the Knights of the driver swatted
tho ball for low scores.
Jess Young, the genial treasurer of
the club, succeeded in lilting the cup
with tho net score of 76. '1 nls la the
lowest score that has ever won on
these links. Young surprised all by
finishing his first round In 42 und hu
second In 46. With a 12 handicap he
was able to land In first place.
All of the scratch men were off In
their play with the exception of Geo.
Angus, who tied the course lecord ot
79. . Angus played In good form and
ordinarily should have won.
Frunk Hnlstesd und B. O. White tied
Inr i-ml lilni-n u'llh nit nrliipq nf 77.
In the play-off Halstcod won by 71
IrnVi.. In nn rniin.1 ThU olve. Unll
Ucad the second prlie, which is a cuse
of White hock.
This Is the second tournament torvi"v" wus """" uu,ler "" "sreo
the cup and the next will be plajed ut mt,nt llrt" wa, receive C7 1-2 per
Moanaluu. .cent, of tho fighter b share of the re-
Ynniin Kinri. u im fnllmvar CClptB, although ho lost, and 1 Was tn
Out SS5G4454 412
in 4 i r..i k t 7 j.ii.
nn me ngni in a pooi, mo winninga tn
gg bo equally divided between them. The
Handicap 12; 7G net tmount of the winnings wns about
Tho best gross score by Angus was: 18.000.
Out 5 5 4 5 4 4 5 3 649 fiven after tho agreement was mado
in 4 5 5 5 3 4 5 3 5 3'l did not lllie tho arrangement, and
told Herford that I was inclined tn glvo
79 them the double cross after all, wln
Br, H. B. Murrap 6tl
M. Phillips 53
C. P. Bishop 58
J. D. Mclnerny 04
I''. II. Armstrong 44
C. J. Fnllt 65
Jess Woods 46
Q. H. Berrey 42
I. Spalding 52
C. S. Weight 49
J, O. Young 42
C. J. Hutchln 51
W. Williamson 45
P. Llshmnn 62
G. H. Angus 40
Dr. C. B. High 48
Dr. Rosslter 4G
1, Cullcn. J3r 5G
I. Cullen. Jr 54
II, II, Walker 48
J. Evans 19
E, M, Campbell 4G
E. O. Whlto 44
D. M. Ross 43
Fred Smith 47
W. WOOII ....55
40 8 77
41 15 $2
68 18 87
64 18 91
63 18 97
49 15 84
61 18 181
51 18 81
61 sc 113
64 sc 10S
43 3 86
45 sc 91
49 12 83
r. ocnmiui is
K. M. Urown 62
R. A. Woods 64
H. B. Sinclair 46
A, F. Mahaulu 49
K. Watkln 46
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The Honolulu Qun Club held their
weekly tournament yesterday for the
challenge cup, Jim Harvey, tho scratch
roan, won yesterday by smashing 19
out of 20 birds. II. 1-2. Walker was the
first winner of this cup on Washing'
Jack McVeigh and Harvey tied for
Srst place ond Harvey won the shoot
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Entries for the field day which Is tn
lake pluco on the 24th will close on
Monday next nt 2 p. m. at tho Y. M.
The events of the contest will be as
100-yard dash (trials).
.One mile run.
100-ynrd dash (final).
60-yard dash (trials).
Half-mile run. ,
CO-yard dash (final).
120-yard hurdle (trials).
Ono mllo walk.
120-yard hurdle (final).
One mile relay.
High Jump. -
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NEW YORK BASEBALL TEAM
New York, Feb. 27. Tho ndvanco
guard of the New York National
League baseball team left this city thU
Afternoon for the training ground at
Memphis, Tenn. In the party will bo
Christopher MatthewBon and his broth
er Henry; Gilbert, Donlln, Fitzgerald,
J. S. Kennedy, a new Infleldcr whom
Manager Mctlrnw has Just secured, and
Harry Tuthlll, tho trolncr. Manager
McOraw, anxious to get to work nnd
be on the ground In advance of lira
players, left yesterday afternoon.
When asked about his work yester
day, Henry Matthew-son said that he
preferred not to express an opinion
about his ability, but hoped to show
Manager McGraw that he would re
main a fixture as a New York National
The first championship game will be
played April 12.
Secretary Knowlcs, who wilt not ac
company the Memphis contingent to
day, but will assumo the business end
of tho trip next week, received yester
day the signed contract of Forrest
Wright, a left-handed pitcher drafted
from Louisville. ,
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BRITT'S FAKE FIGHT
San Francisco, Feb. 18. Angered by
Jimmy Brltt's- refusal to meet til in
ealn because he was n faker, JooGans
, a8t night gavo tho first details of a
chw . arranged botwecn 1 er
r"'" "' v " " """ "
0a fo.uKht. nero two years ngo. Hero
I' Hans statement!
"The arrangement wns that Jlrilt
WnS to llBVO all the best Of the fight UP
,0 t,,e fifth round, and then he was to
r""', " '"V '"" V. . . .
K" 3- I'er com. in audition unit
and Hcrford wcro to bet a certain um
mug un a KnocKoui u puuitiuiu. iiui
ford then told mo what the agreement
; 1 was that in case I won on a knockout
; land failed to allow Brltt to make a
; ,bowlng I was to receive but 10 pel
; cent, of the fighter's share, while Brill
1)4 would receive 90 per cent. In addition
91 to this wo would lose 35,000, which
0j Horford had posted that I would keep
95 tho agreement ho had made.
83 "I made 133 pounds at the rlngsldo
bit and waB strong as ever, I said I wai
90 weak afterward becauso I had to make
85 some excuse for tho showing I madtt.
89 "I know that Brltt bet on the fight
82 In rt pool and that ho made some JSl,-
7U 000 by so doing, while his schoolmates
83 nnd Olympic Club friends who believed
8G htm when ho told them tho fight was
92 un tho squaro and ho would win, lost
79 their money."
93 Gans' statement has caused a sensa
8t tlon here, where most of the spnrtH
93 were convinced at the tlmo that tho
95 fight was a fake, as Brltt was too cxp
88 rlenced a lighter to lose his head ami
86 foul his opponent repeatedly after tho
88 icfercos warning.
91 1 Fins Job Printing at the Bulletin
Don't ncRloct your cough. Stop it
at onco and drive, away all thought of
consumption. Begin as early as pi
stblo the sooner the better to tako
the most effective remedy for coughs
and colds of every kind and In every
One of the molt annoying coughs
Is a throat cough, whoro you have
that constant tick
ling In your throat.
It comes on worie
at night, keeps you
awake, and makes
you havo that
In the chest Ayers
quiets tho cough,
easy, anil heals the
lungs. There Is no other remedy so
surely to bo relied on. '
There aro many substitutes and
Imitations. Beware of them and of
so-called "Gonulne Cherry Pectoral.'!
Bo sure you get AYKK'3 Cherry
Put up In Urge and small bottles.
Collector of Customs E. R Stackablc
Is in receipt of the following notice:
Be tt enacted by the Scnnte and
House of Representatives of the Unit'
ed States of America In Congress as
sembled: That section forty-one hun
dred and thirty-six of tho Ilevlso-1
Htntutes, as amended, reading as fol
lows: "The Commissioner of Navigation
may Issue a register or enrollment for
any vessel built In a foreign country,
whennver such vessel shall be wrecked
In the United States, and shall be pur
chased and repaired by n citizen of the
United States, If It shall bo proved to
the satisfaction of the commissioner
that the repairs put upon such vessel
are equal to three-fourths of the cost
of the vessel when so repaired," Is
Approved, Feb. 21, 1906.
Department of State, February 23,
ROOSEVELT WONT INTERFERE.
Washington. Feb. 21. When tho
Bcnatc committee on Interstate com
merce meets on Friday to vote on a
rata bill tho announcement will be
made authoritatively that President
Roosevelt will not attempt to prevent
amendment of the Hepburn bill; that
bo will loavp tho committee frco to ex
rclli0 ,u be,t jU(sment and. If pos-
elble, compromise Its differences; that
If a bill Is reported which does not
meet his approval and In that form Is
passed by Congress he will content
himself with exercising bis veto pow
Seattle. Feb. 22. "Sunset Tele
phone and Telegraph Company, Seat
tle, Wash,: Gentlemen On August 1,
1S0G," please rcmovo my telophono."
More than 2000 signed notices of re
moval like tho ahovo, and the promlso
of almost as many moro In tho next
day or two, ore tho tangible results or
the business men's meeting at the
Grand. Opera House last night These
notices were signed by men who rep-
rxsent every trade and profession In
tho city of Seattle, who aro prepared
to, take this stand against tho Sunset
Company as a remedy for the alleged
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
FORE8T RESERVE HEARING.
Notlco ot Intention to Cunsldcr tho
Setting Ap-irt of a Certain Government
Land In the District of Kona, Island nf
Hawaii, and of Public Hearing Con
ccrnlng suld Subject Matter.
Notlco is hereby given that under
the provisions of Chapter 28 of tho Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, amended by
Act No. G5 of tho Session Laws of
1D0S, a Public Hearing wilt bo held by
tho Acting Govrrnni of tho Territory
and tho Hoard of Commissioners of
Agriculture nnd Korcstry, on Wednes
day, April 4, 190G, nt 2 o'clock p. m In
tho olllce of tho Hoard of Agriculture
nnd Forestry, on King Street, In Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, to consider the
setting apart of a portion of tho Gov
ernment land of Honunula, lying on tho
woHcm stopa of ML Ilunlalal on the
Island of Hawaii, bounded on tho South
by the land of Pima 1, on the Hast and
North by the poitlnn of Hnnuaula now
covered by Lease No. 670 of the Ter
ritorial Land OMcc, and on tho West
by a lino drawn from Puu Lae Kon to
a point on tho l'uaa boundary a little
below Puu Laalaau, In tho District of
Kona, island of Hawaii, as a Forest
A map and description of the said
land proposed to ho set apart as a For
est nesprvn aro on file In tho office of
tho Superintendent of Forestry In Ho
nolulu, where they are open to the In
spection of tho Public.
A tho said tlmo and place all per
sona who so desire will bo given full
opportunity to bo heard upon the sub
ject matter ot this notice and to pre
sent evidence and arguments, In per
son, by proxy, or by .letter, either for
or against tho set'lng apart of said
lands as a Forest Reserve.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Acting Governor of Hawaii.
Honolulu, T) II.. Mar. 12, 1906,
TO '7 -f
How to get Yotcs to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Bulletin office has been asked a hundred tunes in tlie last
week, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be granted, as it would be unfair to the persons not
having the list. The real, live, earnest pnse-winmng wcy is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL tltexr friends if they already
take the paper (which is likely), then their votes on old subscript
lions may be secured; if they do not twtv take The Bulletin, ft is
up to tJte vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vote coupon and placing in the hands of the tietv sub
scribers the best 'nnvspapcr publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prizes are a $1400 REO TOURING CAR, 16 Iwrsepow
er, seating five people. The Second Price is a $350 KROEGER
PIANO; Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
virvni? Pimrnnnwt- mm, n 4n smnn drdf.R!
I.Wrli n nntfiSTir. WAVING MACHINE! Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF DAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOJLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
Votes may be had as follows'.
For New Subscriptions,
Daily, I year $8.00 3500
Daily, 6 months... 4.00 1500
Daily, 3 months.... 2.00 750
Daily, 1 month 75 250
Weekly, 1 year .... 1.00 425
Weekly, 6 months . . .so 200
THE BULLETIN'S TEN PRIZES are of interest to ev
erybody, and everybody is given an opportunity to win thetn.
fflsT- POPULARITY AND VOTES will win in this contest
NOTHING ELSE CAN. -
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
We are prepared to aupply the People of Honolulu with Freshest H
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ins, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, sverythln" a FIR8Ti
CLASS MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
TFLEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT 8T OPP. LOVE BLD
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
' goodi and save you money.
Dealer In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stora tre In Brick Warehouse, 126 Ktne; St. Phone Main 58
pmnmmmmji mm mm mmmm
E To Our Patrons 3
s- We are now located In the new brick building on King 2
street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will "
be pleased to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line.
Our prices will alwaya be fair. rg
We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magutre" and 'Greenwell" 3
Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the 35
killing and dressing of al animals at our own slaughter house
at Kallhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under
the daily examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of 3
Soliciting your patronage, we are,
y Very respectfully yours, "J
C. Q. YEE
J- TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
mmmi iuuiiUiiiiiiui ami unuuiK y
t SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT :
It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per- ?
sonallty. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your 'T
" home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
t W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone Whlto 051
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
Wholoaalo 5fc 'Retail Liquor Dealer,
a g Stock of .lapaness and America Liquors, 'inial Salcrn In connection.
IWILEI AND KING STREETS.
O&TOFFICE BOX 884 feUEP NE MAIN 83
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK oNTelephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
.. F. COLBURN III, Manag' '. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of al
Hinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
ilshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, S. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. Whlto 2401.
For Old Subscriptions.
Daily, 1 year $8.00 3000
Daily, 6 months ... 4.00 1200
Daily, 3 months ... 2.00 600
Daily, I month ... .75 200
Weekly, 1 year ... 1. 00 400
Weekly, 6 months . . .50 175
HOP & CO. i
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