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EVENING DOLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAIICII 26, 190.
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SPECIAL NOTICES. ,
BISHOP TRUBT CO., LTD.
April 1st. 136.
HOUSE 4 bedrooms, Klnau St. 35.
OFFICES In modern building, Klug
trect near Fort, MS and 20.
3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell separately.
Hulldlng lot on King street 80x150.
Trees, etc. Hcautlful location.
Well Improved lot with three cot
tages. $C0 per month, net revenue 10
per cent A bargain.
Fine residence with large lot, King
Ktreet 3 bedrooms, ,
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
St. and cottage ,of 2 bedrooms on
I'eck Ave. Apply S. S. Peck. 297
Furnished housekeeping rooms with
gas; alto S-room furnished cottage.
Inquire No, 8, Cottngc Groe.
A two story house. No. 1036 Orecn
.street. Furnished or unfurnished.
Apply C. I) Reynolds. 3317-tf
Cottages la Christly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwr.l, Smith St,, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane,
Two-story house at Watalao and Cth
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3324-lm
Newly furnished mosquito proof roomt.
at 81 Vineyard St. 2723-U
MOOM AND BOARD
Uoora and board for 2
UPC King St.
AHwllan Ballasting Company.
'Dest black sand from 12 to Z a load
cecrilng to distance naulod. Coral
rroatrs tor stable," roads and side
"walka; flrewood. Third door below
fSIng, MaunaUca 8t; P. O. box 820.
TTeltrboao Main 396.
For a nice, ftmooth shavs call at the
Criterion Shnp, 1111 Fort HL
DYEINQ AND CLEANINQ.
ViUemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clother; repairs bicycles and fur
"nlsbes employees. E20 King SL
"For'hownihelp, phone White 28S1, Ms
klkl. Oeaeral Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Dcretanta.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
k"ui& moved to the piano wnrcrootns
- 3ffL. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
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PJano Uurjht In 6 months by experl.
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Address Music, this ofilco. 3328 tf
Wank book, of all sorts ledger.
ctt . manuraciureu y ". "
aNDEPENDENT RAILWAY CAR.
"New York. Feb 20 -For the
-time In the history of the WnwyUnnla
illallroad a private car rol f. M "
iBriuiiiui m .,.., -.. ---',.,.
mnilvn nower than mai
..hvi thn trucks on which
., . ,lnn i p. Yerce. assistant su
lUD . -"- "' - ". " ",., I, t
?" " .'" 7 w "ro asslstani
engineers Vrom Altoona, and Division
Superintendent Lovell of the Amboy.
tllvlslon, all officials of the, Pcnnsyl-
nnln svstem. and Wllliom u, oirmib
of is Wall street, owner of the car,
The car Is on Its way to the Pacific
-Coast under Its own iwe r. .v
:named the Ogerltta. It will " o
morrow from the ' Wechawken terrain-
?l r! ,nWotci8aI.rof"ie New Yo?k
I? ? nt! Krora thin Mhe route Is
Central lines trom there inerouie,
'S,.r lh'H Ahon to St loul. the
5W?.-d to Kansas Cty thence to
5,n,. '! Ian Francisco over tl e
El Pasoand tosan rrancisco ovrr u
"Rock Island anil Boumern wmt !
Toads, It will be the first attempt ever
made to cross the continent on a self
Trropelled commercial car.
Briefly, the car Is a powerhouse on
vhecls. A tlx cylinder gasoline motor
llrlght Japancso boy who speaks good
KngllshVeks a position in Btore or
office Address Wnklmoto, P O. Uox
nepf cuttle for sale at Ka-
kfc ii.nrh KiiS Ha-
hulu Uanch, Kau- "
Fine corner lot in Makiki. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees'
and all Improvement!. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F., this offlce.
Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
, ... , . . . . HiO UUtlVOi OUIll IUUA till lllll'UI wai
Vfcgi n settings. Puro bred Plymouth Mni ,,,, ,he mect and nafl he
Lf"' ?,a.rr0! r WbU &,oi'tnkcn orders from one of tho ofllclali
White S31. MIB-II h. , wnulil nrohnblv lie runnlnx
3 Great Dane pups. Inquire of II. Den.
niton, Makiki and Wilder Ave.
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address IL 8. K., Dulletln.
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrsnnlngs. Will
exchange. Address Ilinidolph Stu
art, Greenwood, Ilrltish Columbia.
lly a gentleman, room and board In a
private fnmlb Address It. S. D.,
llplletln omre. 3330-tf
nay horse, no brand, strayed from Hen
ctnnla St. near Kaahumanu school,
lie ward at this office. 3332-U
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Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
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MONEY TO LEND.
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Carlo Pawn o Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
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Enos tiros.. Union above Hotel St
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Ktys. Musle Boxev, Sharpening of
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BOSTON BUILOINQ, THIRD FLOOR.
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fonnected directly with an electric gen-
t'otn6ianK they were to win us they tin.
i'a.eu '" '" - "" , ,
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j "V Broadway
;7a,0rne motor of approximately
i-adi iniPKH nariir uk muivia uiv vi
icoventv - nve Horiepoer, is coastuiiu
Itro le Ou t wok when the car Is In motion,
i. slant su"'nnd a surplus over that I. reserved fori
emergency purposes In a storage bat-
t.ry beneath the car.
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Already the car has run without re
man 3uuu miies.
will present the
Wn,nm when his uew 4,000-
to Crown Prlnco
lon turblM yacht U complete. The Ho-
t0 h, comitry on ie
nce JIenry.8 vl8lt,
- The Prince ot Palermo derives the
Breater part of the benefit from the
. of J(
Is . Government monopoly, and bilnw
a cent a pound, and is gathered In tho
mountain, in felt-covered basket, and
widely sold in cities for refrigerating
Bills "Browne has been boasting to
me of his connection with kings.'"
Wills "It didn't help him any. I waB
connected with aces."
KAHS WIN FIFI I) SPORTS
,IVA"1'3 111 TILLU JfUIVU
The minimi field day sports of tlio
Iloys Clubs took place on Saturday and
first honors were carried olt by the
Knm school team with the Diamond
Head Athletic Club a close second. Al
though the Knms won to tho Diamond
Ilc!ul 1,oy belong "" tllc K1" Thy
hve the better team and had It not
been for 10 unsportsmanlike manner
Ill nilUll I1V Y VIV It tlV4 iav ..-
eree and the decision handed down by
the Judge of the mile walk. there would
hate been a different story to tell. In
the minds of many of the spectators
present the final score of tho meet
should have been Diamond Heads CO.
Knms 44 2-3.
Outside of these unpleasant Instances
the meet was n success, Sam, Johnson,
tho clerk of the course. Had things go
,ng on tho J,lmp ani1 deserves credit
'fur tho manner In which ho performed
Lid JiiIIas O a 1 ni a I n tin it ll 1
yet so that some who were entered In
.numerous events would have had a
chance to rest, Tho D. II. should
chalk it all up to experience and tno
next time there is a meet mey snouia
iiuve sui.iu uitu 111 iuu .uuiivi vi vuvu-.-
In nil there were thrco Island rec-
ords broken and all by a good wide
margin. Sharsch ran tho mllo In 5 flnl.i
clipping 10 seconds off tho old record
held by Mnnnls, who ran In 5:10 at Kn-
plolanl park somo years ago.
Frank Kanae added 9 feet to His old
record of 130 feet for tho hammer
throw. Knnno now has tho new mark
of 133 rect.
I K. C. Hopper added l'i Inches to the
high Jump. McCahdless of the Kam
preted Hopper hard but tho latter nas
In flno condition and after clearing the
bur at Its Highest notch of 5 feet 8
Inches It was announced that Hopper
hnd broken the old record of 5 feet CVi
' au uu inKcn 1110 scconu ncaa
.u. ., .,..,. ...,., . ... ........
" "' 1VVU11 WIUIUIH ml . I
and this left him with McCandless In
tho final. Uoth started well and a hard
iiiu iniuit uuiii biuiicu ncu
flnh thought hal En 8U(J h Mache(,
-.i . . 1
.... tha, ,. ,., . ,.,.,, hMt TIlo,.
who expressed themsches In regard to
tho raco were promptly called down by
The runners were called to the
scratch and the start made. It looked
like En Sue, but a few yards from tho
finish he seemed to give out and Mc
Candless with a sudden burst of speed,
led him to tho finish.
MILB WALK AND PROTEST.
Several contestants toed tho scratch
for tho "heel and toe" event and nil gut
oft In n bunch at tha crack of the pis
tol. Dcfore the contestants bad gone
100 yards tho style of the different
walkers bore qulto a contrast. Ayres,
who was picked for a winner In this
event and who understands what walk
ing means, soon fell In tho rear, owing
to the fact that he refused to break. It
appeared to nil who know anything 100 yards 5
of wulktng that, with tho exception of '-no yqnls 3
Ayres and another walker in his rear, SS0 yards 5
the balance cre running. All whn'EO yards C
have seen a walking match notice at 220 ards 5
once the peculiar hip movement, tho Onu mile walk ....6
straight attitude, tho high swinging ot Hurdles 1
the arms and the stiffness ot tho leg
wncn me ncei comes in coninci wu.i
tho ground. All these things uuro
missing In every contestant's form with
the exception of Ayres.
Captain Schocffel, who waa appointed
Judgo ot this match, followed tno valu
ers on 11 blcycla. Auld and Hulhut soun
annexed such a lead that Schocffel wus
compelled to leave the balance ot tho
walkers ami catch Auld. Here was
wheie tho weaKiiess of tnu Judging syu
tern was snoun, lor while iliu only
Judge wus In advance theio wag noth
ing to prevent those In tnu icar nuui
running at top bpecd.
AUin una iiulnm were warned twko
during the match and, should havo
ui'fit uUquallticu, Auld led Ayres lully
,t halt lap nt the tape. When Ayic
1 mushed ultn n good spurt uinid ap.
Home objected and hud bis boy Auld
dcclaitd tha winner. Home claimed
that inasmuch as. Auld and Hulhul weio
nut uiuered Iroiu the tiack iliirlug tno
. Mauacer Sam ChllllnKWorth of thu
"araonJ "eads at once entered a
est and the san.e will be acted
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ANDLESS' QREAT WORK.
McCandless ot the ICnins again
proved the star ot the day. This young
man is a thorough, athlete and although
nut u star in any particular event he is
a valuable man In a team and it It were
not for him tho Kams would be en
tirely out-Llasted. Out of 51 2-3 points
this youngster gained 21 far his team.
lie secured first pluce In the 100-yard
dash, 220-yard dash and broad Jump.
He was second In both the high Jump
and shot put. MiCandlcss. won the
Oca. Dcsha'a finish la the mllo relay
was tho most sensational piece of work
of the day. Mluho of the Kama took
the last relay for his tcum nnd was
given at least 15 yards start over Des-
ta. Tho latter started In pursuit like
a hound and stuck to his task In a
gritty manner Desha overtook his
man in m uusn jur me lapo uuu ieu
by a few feet Desha s efforts wero
applauded by all present and ho wu
carried about on the shoulders of hlx
Tho priiis were presented by Prin
cess Knwanannkoa, She also crowned
the victors with tela.
SUMMARY OF EVENTS.
One mile run Sharsch (D.), 1st:
Smith (O), 2nd Dodge (O), 3rd, Tlruo,
100-yard dish First heat: McCand
less (K), 1st, Lyman (O), 2nd. Time
100-yard dnsli Second heat: En Sun
(I).), 1st; Cummlngs (K.), 2nd. Time,
100-yard dish Final: McCnndlcss
(K.), 1st; En Sue (I).), 2nd; Lyman
(O.), 3rd. Time. 11 sec.
440-yard run Sylva (D.), 1st; Many
(K.), 2nd; Nahiwa (K. A.), 3rd. Time,
CO-yard dash First heat: Macken.
zle (K.), 1st; V. Desha (O.), 2nd. Time
ard dash Second heat:
1st; Correa (D.), 2nd.
f0-ynrd dash Final: Mackenzie
(K.), 1st; Lyman (O.), 2nd; W. Desha,
(O.), 3rd. Time, 0.5 4-5.
8S0-yard run Mahukona (K.), 1st:
a. Desha (D.l, 2nd; Clark (D.). 3rd.
Time 2:1D 2-3
220-yard daih McCandless (K.), 1st,
i.yninn jo.). 2nd; cooper to.), 3rd.
(Time. 0.24 2-K.
120-ynrd hurdlc-Sylvn (D.). 1st; Vf.
Desha (O.), 2nd; Toomcy (K.), 3rd.
Time, 0:16 1-5
One mile walk Auld (K.). 1st: Hut-
hul (K. A.), 2nd; Ayres (D.) 3rd.'
I Half-mllo relay Diamond Head
team, IsL I
I One mile relay
Diamond licaa team,
Polo vault Archer (K.). 1st: Amoy
(I).), 2nd; Pa (O.l, 3rd. Height, 9 feet, on the skating rink floor.
3 In. I it xt li
Shot-put (I2-lb) Jones (D.), 1st;' Kntrics for tho Y. M. C. A. basktl
McL'nndlcss (K ). 2nd; Kanne (K.), ball Lcaguo close tomorrow.
Srd. Distance. IS ft. 10H In. I
, Hammer throw Kanae (K.). 1st; ' All the golfers who visited the Rook
Hoblnron (K.). 2nd; Nahale (K. A.),
uru. uii.umh.i-, joj u.
I DlinnlnM l.lnl. lilmH llnnn. tTl
...llJIilUft MI4II JUItlJ IIWI''VI U,,t
1st; McCandless (K.). 2nd; Aslu (K.),1
Schliack (0.), Robinson (K.), tied tor
third place. Height, 5 ft. 8 In.
' Running broad Jump McCandless
(K.), 1st; En Sue (D.), 2nd; Amoy
(I).). 3rd, Distance, 21 ft. 2 In.
The officials were as follows:
Referee P. L. Home.
Clerk of the course Capt. Sam John
ton. Scorer J. L. Woods. .
Timekeepers E. A. Mott-Smlth, "Al
bert Watcrhousc, J. L. Woods.
Track Judges Mark Johnson, W. A.
Wann. F. B. Haley.
Field Judges J. A. Rath, C. R. Hem
enwny, II. O. Itelner.
Judge of Walking Capt. Schocffcl.
Announcer J. Anderson.
Starter E. II. Turner.
Marshal Capt. Sam Leslie.
The score by points was as follows:
' One mile run 0
Half-mile relay ...0
One mile relay ....0
Pols ault 5
Ilroad Jump 5
Hammer throw ....8
High Jump 3 2-3
Totals 542-3 50 171-3 &
a H I
Ayics has challenged Hulhul and
Auld to meet him In u mllo walk. Ayres '
would be (be fatorlto lu such a match.
wnai is tun use or mtving more man
ono official at Iheto Held days' One
man vci'incii to na ei'ytniug 10 say
:: :: it
The Dlumand, Head lads deserve
much credit for their goad showing In'
fills inert TIipea linva nil work nlinnt '
town and arc at a disadvantage in
O.ihu Colics has a good leum, Ly
man looked n sum winner In tho 50
Sam Chllllngworth hnd the Diamond
Head team In good shape.
it u t:
The Alumni also ran.
Oahu College. demonstrated that the)
liavo n hurd-htttlng baseball nine when
they met the 10th Infantry. Fenner
was hit freely.
tt tt n
Punahou baseball team Btarts to
. U U V It
K. II, Turner will catch for the Puns
this season. Turner Is an old Prince
It it It
The Oahus are getting In shape to
turn out for thilr preliminary priic
it tt tt
Kdbon Is confident of beating
Fadden In their next bout
Clarence Mucfarlane says that If the
people don't stop Joshing him about
Suffered Terribly from Indi
gestion. Cured by Ayor's Sarsaparilla.
"It li with plestnre that I csa testify
to ths'great beoeftt I derived from the vis
of Ajer' Sarsaparilla. I suffered terrlblr
from Indigestion, and tried several medi
cinal without avail. I was then per
suaded to tako
and after using a few bottles my Indlgei
lion was cured, my appetite came back,
and I was strong and hearty. This is
soma years since, snd my old complaint
has not returned, but I always keep a bot
tle In the home, and when I feel at all out
I of sorts a few dotes put me right again
f ..1.1a ...!. , 11 -.T,.U.niI tit
m quiet, viunir. ,, Dinkl.ov., .
Torrens, S. A.
There are many Imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S.''
ATinS FILLS, tht btil ftmlly litlTt.
nccr reaching 'Frisco In tho La Pa
loma he will get cold feet,
The Iloys Clubs Field Day will be
held next Saturday.
Tho Y. M. C. A. are now holding
their hand-ball tournament.
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The Improvements have been made
Tract yesterday expressed themselves
ins ucing wen picaseu wiin me oui
n n st
-TENTH DEFEAT TWILIGHTS
The soldier lads of Camp McKlnlcy
again demonstrated that they are com
ers on tho baseball Held yesterday. The
Twilights were tho victims yesterday
and after the smoke of battle lifted
the score stood 12 to C In favor of tho
boys In blue.
Castle occupied tho box for the 10th
and gave a good account of himself.
I Somo think that he Is Just as good ns
Fenncr. The latter played at second.
Eers and Dixon occupied the box
for the Portuguese lads.
A good-sized crowd was on band to
witness tho fun.
Tho teams and positions:
10th Infantry Carey, c; Castle, p.;
HniiAr 111 ppnnflr 2h t.fmnn. 31, -
: I Van Vllet, Jr., si.; Horn, rf.; Smith,
" cf.; Cramer, 'If.
j I Twilights J. Manuel, c.; Dlxon, p.;
B dors, lb.; Do Ponte, 2b.; Kal, 3b.;
3 Evcrs, us.; Tabral, rf.; M. Frcltas, cf.;
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9
10th Infantry ....0 1030040 412
Twilights 0 0 0 0 113 106
"Docs niblcta sltrk to bin frlrndsV"
"Yes; till tlioy havo Miont their latj
cint."-St. Louis I'osl-Dlspnlcli.
The traSKCit thing: evr was don
lly an African npe's eldest son.
Ho a lioness wed.
Or so I've heard said,
00 now In youns couple are one.
-New York World.
Tloyce "Is that undertaker
becaiiBo he didn't get his fee?
"Yes; he says the man ho burled
a dead beat."
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