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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TIIUnSDAY. MARCH 15. 1906.
The Little Ads with
oo Pheo 8, rV3V TO -
HOUBE On Klnau Street.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WARBHOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses In all rarts ot the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
A two story bouse, No, 103C Orcen
siroeL Kiirnlihed or unfurnished,
Apply C. B. Reynolds. 3317-tf
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
St Apply S S l'cck. 2!7 Vineyard
Cottages li Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kil, Smith St, mauka Hotel
2 nice largo front rooms. Unfurnished.
Reasonable. Apply -SO Beretaula St.
Housekeeping nnd single rooms at
1S1G Kama St.. centrally located.
Furnished housekeeping rooms with
gas. Inquire No. Cottage Grove
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
at S4 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
On Fcrt St. between Hotel St. and tho!l,y gentleman, room and board In a
Orobcum. ladles' sold watch. Iul-1 !,rlyute family. Address R. S. I).,
tlals C. M. O. Return to Knahumanu
Lady's Hawaiian dime belt. Initials
"M. W Suitable reward if returned
to this office.
The Weekly Hrtltlon of the Evening
Burietla gives a complete summary ofi
the news of the day. For SI a year.'
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Hawaiian " Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from 12 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King. Maunakea St; P. O. box 820.
Telerbone Main 396.
Tar nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shno. 1111 Fort Bt
DYEINQ AND CLEANINQ.
Uemura dyts (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
.alshea employees. 520 King St
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Ocneral Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
For Japanoacf laborers and yard boys.
Call nt Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephono
Main 4SC. 33171m
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has morod to the piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co.. 158 Hotel St,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by expert
enced teacher; J3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this olllco. 3328-tf
sjsjsr- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Dflfoo and ,Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
lng ami Polishing; Calabash Turn
lng; Repairing and General Jobbing,
C82 ALAKEA 8T.. rear V - C
1he Big Results
DAY, for Now Ads.
Beet cattle for sale at Ka-
lA huku Ilanch. Kau. Ha
ideal country home at Manoa Valtsy,
surrounded by river; good battling;
6r. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Bargain. Apply
to P. E. It. Strauch, Ileal Estate, 74
H. Klw: St.. Watty Bide. 3296-U
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two mm-
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F, this offlcfl.
Pun Plvmouth Ttorl; eces. and vouna
chlckena one month old. Apply:
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
Reel in settings. Pure bred Plymouth
nocks, barred or whlto. Telephone
White 831. 3319-tt
Cheap Hsme near Park, Watklkl,
Address R. S. K Bulletin.
Two-story house at Walaloe and Ctli
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3321-lm
Rare and valuable
WOOVl AND BOARD
Two gentlemen can find room nnd
hoard with private family: Maklkl,
half block to cars, Address J., Bul
letin office 3327-lw
loom and board for C gentlemen nt
mi King St. 3321-lm
young man with a fnlr education,
who writes a good hand, and who Is
willing to work. Applications slat
ing qualifications and nationality,
sont to P. 0. Box A., Walmea, Ha
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post-
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
I exchange. Address Randolph Stu
art, urcenwood, British Columbia.
A yacht, ndrlft Owner may obtain
same from J no. mood, at Jno. Ka
nakas block. Kakaako. 332S-2W
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub-
For Rent" cards on sate at
the Bulletin office.
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish'
lng. Takata. 1284 Fort St
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Mo Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union above Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
Weakly Bulletin SI per year.
, The BUSINES8 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
!?( per month. Weekly Bulletin.
81 tier veur
A novel tennis tournament Is now
i.Mno. ninv,i nut nf nnhn rniw .v.
n.... ... n, ... if... ,.,,i
there wcro more than fifty entrlej
among the boys from tho College nnd
Preparatory School, it was decided toi
divide them Imo four classes, accord-'
Ing to their experience In, and ability
at, the tennis game. In this way, the
younger nnd less experienced players
would meet opponents more nearly
their equal. After the classification,"1
had been made, the fourth class pla)cd
Its tournament nnd the four boys who
leached the semi-finals passed without
further play Into class three. The best
four of class three then passed Into
class two and Anally the best four ol
class two wcro promoted to class one.
Class one Is now bringing the tourna
ment to a fast and furious conclusion
'-.r.. -.i n.i.. ti 'i .. ,.i,. i
upsets, so that the winner Is still im, " r" ,' "" , " , '
Coobt. Campbell Van Vllct. after dc-,bl la" ' ;"Bla11n1Id' , . ,,,,,,,
fenilnir Alan I-owrvv and William The American agent of Matchmaker
'"i',"B.. .a..n.,. nl1,3! "c.wT.'." 'Peggy" Bcttlnion received the papers
In the soml-nnals. Kennedy has u.jhr,n' ''w,r,cta,ry10' ,ho NnUo"a!
ready beaten Peterson and Renton. It'SPO ting C b nUached ye. e day. and
Is needless to sny that the outcome ot
tno llnals will uc wutcncu wun inter
eft. Tlu classification of the entries was
Fourth Class II. Lucas, E. Hede-
mann, L. Webster, I.o On,
oi., phiiiip I
, i'kl" v i
i.. it,ll.iH,.... t ri.... a
Mil man n iiinj. Krn.or u r-nt.
ton S Ilnnnp.tn.1. T. f!ooke. A. Austin.1"1 Paris ot the world.
Third Class K. Louis, O. Wlllfong.
Ah lxy Soong, Chas. Mann, K. Lldgnte,
J. Desha, A. Richards, 0. Iloogs, P.
Dodge, A. Taylor. II. Smith, C. Davis.
Second Class-S. Dodge. P. riall. Tni
ri... a ii a rh.,i, ti ck.n.k c
llooe's. W. lioo'es. P. di n'rettevllle.' w! I
Lldgute, K. Winter, S. Ashford, J
Crosse, A. Schnack, T. Cooper, A. Mc
First Class A. I.owrey, J. Peterson,
O. Rcnton, W Engle, L. Wlthlngton,
It. Thurston, R. Paris, W. MacDougall,
J. Guard, Van Vllet, L. Renton, S. Ken.
Tipilv W. Pnnnr Tt Atirnna
Those who promoted themselves by
getting into the scml-llnals In the re
tpectlve classes are the following:
Fourth Class; Dee, Jaklns, Stlllman,
Hind. . Third Class: Hind, Desha,
Richards, Jaklns. Second Class: Desha,
S. Dodge, W. Lldgatc, de Brettevllle.
The tournament for the E. O. Hall
&on ctlp will be played the first weeic
of the.Sprlng term, beginning Monday,
April V On account ot the general in
terest in tennis In tho college, and on
account of the surprises In the present
tournament. It Is expected that thcte
will be a large number of entries.
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PICKED TEAMS TO PLAY
Tho Mallcs will have a fast aggreza-'
tlon of socker football players to gu
up ugalnst on Saturday. Mcmbeis of
tho Y. M, C. A,, Diamond Heads, Punu-
hous and lolants have been chosen, If
the Malles can beat these boys they are
tortalnly ontltled to the championship,
Following Is the picked team: Lou
Oon (Punahou) goal; W. II. SOnr
(Punahou) and E. U. Turner (Y. M. C.
a.) tun backs; IS. Urunc. (I). II.) J
Clarke (D. II.) and It McCorrlston
(Punahou) half backs: J. Cation (Pun
ubou), J. "Woo (lolanl), It. Catton (Puli
ation), E. Fernandez (D. II.) and J.
Anderson (lolanl) forwards.
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The skating rink Is to have more
floor space. A building In the rear has
been secured und the two will be have the largest opening day this sea
joined, This will give about 60 uddl- son that has ccr jjcen had In the his
tlonul feet. i lory of the game In the country. Some
Maple flooring linn been ordered from speclul features will be Introduced,
tho Coast and as hoou as It arrives will i St tt SS
be placed on that purt of tho Moor that' Harry Drum Is nctlng ns the man
ro -elves the most wear. Tbla flooring agcr of the Mnllo teuni during Jna
will probably urrlve on tho Alameda. Cohen's absence.
The Ventura brought a number uf t: SS SS
new skates, so that now the demand Tho Punahous 'could organize qullo
cun bo supplied. As soon as n sufficient u strong "has been" team. They would
"Tho police art now demanding that the numbers on the autot be larger
and plainer! We shall have to run all the fstUr or elie people will be able te
read the numbers!"
number of ladles become expert som
fancy dress carnivals will be arranged.
RENEAR DOES WELL
Dan Rcncar got second place In the
diving competitions held for the cham
plonshlp of America In the New York
Athletic Club tank, Rcncar finished
nhead of Dr. Sheldon, the former
champion. Renenr led In all the high
diving contests hut was. defeated off
,,, ,,. ... .. , ,.. rh,
Rcncar was entered for tho 60 nnd
1W yard races but acknowledged that
he could not get In form for theso
events and was forced to withdraw,
Lxperts picked Itencar to win tho
diving contests nnd were not far off
New York, March C All arrange
ments were made yesterday for tho
twenty-round fight for tho feather
weight championship of the world b
ffi. Abe AteU. holder of the title ,.
with tho signatures of Ilowker and V
oil the details are now complete
Tho fight will be held In Covcnt Oar
den, where nil of the glove contests of
the National Spotting Club nro con
ducted. The date Is the night of May
28, tho day hcf re the English Derby,
which Is run nt Epsom Downs. This
Is England's greatest sporting day. nud
I-ndon lll be lllled with crowds from
The boys will weigh In nt 2 o'clock
' the day of the contest at 120 pounds, or.
us tho articles have It, at eight stonn
right pounds, They arc to fight for a
purse of XG00, or ? 2,500, of which the
w'nn!r '!' ? V.500' AU" ,s t0 KCl
JUU lor nis traveling expenses.
nWltlon to the purse, the men aro
to post J MO apiece for appearance, and
the winner will pull down the entire
12,000, thus making the deposit vir
tually amount to a slue bet
Cy Russell, who played with the Elk
team In 1901, has signed with the San
j ose team tor tnis season.
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Eddie Desha had a tall at the skat
lng rink and slightly hurt his right
8 It tt
Oahu College has started to prac
tlce. They havo un abundance of good
material to work on.
Last year's champions will probably
lino up the same as last year with
Soares, catcher; Joy, pitcher;
Olcason. i'.i-st base: Williams,
second ban , r En 3ue, third,
base: Williams, short stop; E. Fer
nandez, left field: J. Fernandez, center
field: Louis or Aylctt. right field. This
will make a hard combination to do
Gorman will probably captain the
Oahu team and catch Bill Hampton
This would make a good battery.
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Kla. Vannntta find Whlto will all
upur fin hit nnlfnrmn
The MaUeg have a thlrd uaseman
from the Infantry team who promises
to make a good man.
The II. A. C. team Is to shortly hold
u business meeting.
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The 10th Infantry nnd tho Metro
j.olltan Meat team meet Sunday.
St St SS
It Is the Intention of 'lin League to
10 iK THE AUTO
The Bulletin finds It necessary
4- tu establish a new ruto In con- 4
nectlon with tho automobile coo-
-I- A change In the delivery of a
paper from th person now re-
celvlng It to another of the same 4
family cannot be accepted as a 4
4 nw Subscriber, nor will an addl- 4
4 tlonal paper sent to a person at- 4
4 ready receiving the paper be ac- 4
4 cepted as a new subacrlber. 4
4 Tho Bulletin has beon very 4
4 careful that there shall bo abso- 4
4 hits fair play In dealing with the 4
4 contestants. It roust also seo 4
4 that the contestants are equally 4
4 straightforward In their relations 4
4 with the paper. The matter Is 4
4 brought early to the attention ot 4
4 the many people Interested In 4
4 order that thore may bo nu mis- 4
4 understanding as to what con- 4
4 stlttltes a new subscriber. 4
44 4 44444444444444
have such men as: Hcmenway, Turner,
Babbitt, Williamson, Woods. Stccre.
Cooke, Llsman, Tucker and Soper to
T. I. Fltzpatrlck has been chosen as
leader ot the Olympic Club to take
the place ot Jack Qleason.
St SS SS
James S. Mitchell and John Flan
agan, two American weight men, havo
been entered for the A. A. U. cham
pionship of throwing the 56 pound
weight for height
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Schrelbcr's track winnings for the
season amount to (28,035.
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Schrelbcr's track winnings for the
season amount to (28,035.
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A bill to prohibit Sunday baseball
has passed the Iowa Legislature,
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Tho Harvard authorities will glvo
football one more year's trial under
the new rules.
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A new skating rink has Just opcued
in the Mechanic's rawllou, San Iran
St tt St
London, March 6. The entries for
the Dwlght Davis International lawn
tennis cup closed today with only
three challengers America, Australia
and Austria. The drawing for the pre
liminary heats to decide which team
will play the British holders of tin
trophy Is expected to take place tomor
row. tt tl tt
London, March 3. In the v Oxford
University toJay, B. M. Young, ot
South Dakota, who Is attending Oriel
College, under a Rhodes scholarship,
won the running broad Jump, cover
ing 22 feet, beating his former record
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A report presented to the London
County Council states that last year 451
cricket pitches. 220 baseball grounds,
31 hockey, hurling, and shinty grounds,
10 lacrosse grounds, 452 lawn tenma
grounds, 14 bowling greens nnd 63
rinks, 25 quoit grounds and 25 cro
quet grounds were In use la tho parks,
The number of games played was as
follows: Cricket. 22,379; football, 1C-
525; hockey.Jiurllug and shinty, 1755;
lacrosse, 251; lawn tennis, 70,9'J6,
bowls, 17,683, and quoits, 1823.
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David BUllngton, the English swim
mer, tho only man tu class with tho
late B. Kleran, has been declared a
professional by tho English sporting
authorities. Tho British oxchanges aro
bemoaning the tnct that they now lmo
nobody fast enough to compete with
Daniels, the New Yorker, who proposes
to tour England this spring.
A. Hcrrera expects to be Bat Nel
sons next opponent after Terry Mr
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Jim Hornbuckle has challenged Kid
Gorman for a return match,
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Terry Davis of Salt Lake, defeated
Tommy West In ten rounds at San
4 4 4
rranitio Kelt has been offered a
match with Owen Muruu by Tom
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Sam McVey Is tho latest heavyweight
to come before the public on tho coast,
SS SS SS
Fred Landers and Clarence English
coxed n drnw nt Hot Springs recently
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It Is now claimed that Harry Tenny
was not examined by a doctor before
entering the ring and was not In con
dition to right
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Grancy was the first referee who
ever wore a tuxedo In tho ring.
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The Seattle and Multnomah Athletic
Clubs held an amateur boxing car
nival on the 5th,
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Tommy Murphy and Matty Baldwin
ere to light nftcen rounds In Now York,
St tt SS
George Brown of Oakland knocked
out Frank McConnell In three round
nt Vancouver on March Cth.
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M'Carey nf Los Angeles Is trying lo
match Jimmy Brltt
Every tourist should take home one
ot our Aloha Collections ot 43 Hawaii
an songs. Price (1.50.
WALL. NICHOLS CO., LTD,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complote summary of
the newa of the day. For SI a yr.
Bow to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Uttllelia office has been asked a hundred times in the 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. Tlve real, live, earnest frizevinning way is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL their friends if they already
take the paper (which is likely), then their votes on old subscrip
tions m,ty be secured; if they do not now take The Bulletin, it is
uf to the vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vote coupon and placing in tlc hands of the new sub
scribers 'the best newspaper publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prises are a 91400 REO TOURING CAR, t6 horsepow
er, seating five people. The Second Prise is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO, Third, a S5000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a S40 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
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Daily, t year $8.09 3500
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Fresh from California
The s. s. Ventura brought us the following assortment of
California Fruits and Vegetables:
CELERY r CAULIFLOWER
All the above are crisp, fresh and delicious.
Retail MAIN' 22.
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest i
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlok
ens, Turkeys, Bucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, evsrythln" a FIR8T1
CLASS MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
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BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
Vlndu repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tool fur.
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