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EVENINQ BMJ71N, HONOLXJLV, T. It, TUISDAY. MARCH 27. 1900.
How to get votes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2100 Contest
Y1CE PRESIDENT'S SCHEME
TO LAND NOMINATION
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See Vauo 8, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ad.
SPECIAL NOTICES. ,
DISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
April 1st 36.
HOUSE t bedrooms, Klnau SL 135.
OFFICES In modern building, King
alieot near Fort, $15 and $20.
3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell separately.
Uulldlng lot on King street S0xl30.
Trees, etc. Uenutlful location.
Well ImDrovcd lot with three cot
tages. $C0 per month, net revenue 10
per cent. A bargnln,
Fine residence with large lot. King
Street 3 bedrooms,
BISHOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Cottage of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
SL and cottage of 2 bedrooms on
Peck Ave. Apply S. S. Peck. 297
Furnished housekeeping rooms with
gas; also 5-rootn furnished cottage
Inquire No. S. Cottage Owe.
A two story house. No. 103G Green
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
Apply C. 11. lteynolds. 3317-tf
Cottage! In Chrlstly Lano. Apply
Wong Kil, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
Two-story house at WalMae and Cthj
Inquire on premises. . 33Zwm
Newly furnished raoiqutto proof rooms. '
at 84 Vineyard SL 2728-U
HOOM AND BOARD
V.oom and board for 2 gentlemen at
mr, King St. 3321,-lm
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance bauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side-
walks; firewood. Third door below
King. Maunakea SL; P. O. box 820.!
Telepione Main 396.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Fort BL
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 520 King St.
.F6r house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
, AIM. General Employment Office,
'ow. Pensacola and Ueretanla.
"Mr. Jss. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer A Co., IBS Hotel SL,
onnos to Young Hotel, ah oruen
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taught In 6 months by expert
enced teacher; $3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this oUlce. 3328tf
Rlank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho Uullotln Pub.
man of the Supervisors; DYRON
A , ,r,v w n THOMAS, and
T 11 GinSON. TRUSTEES; TER-
R1TORY OF HAWAII by E. C.
Peters as Attorney General; and
to ALL whom It may concern:
Whereas a Million has been pre-
.i?r?n V Court by MARTHA
ELI EVHOLLOWAY to register and
B .n .b. flowlngde.
3W caa &
feet from tho crojs on cement post nf
running by true nilmutns. .
(1) 210 Deg. 43 Mln., 300. feet, along
(2) ICC Deg. 43 Mln., COO. feet along '
(3) CO Deg. 43 Mln.. 300. feet along
(4) 330 Deg. 43 Mln., COO. feet along
lun 'li ii.Kiiiiuui w-
"- i of beginning, anu ihciuiiiiik uu
rnitrtT OF LAND REGISTRATION, aroa of Ibu.cuu aquaio m-i, ueiuh no doubt tlicio ure tome crack players Captain Shevlln of last year's eleven
COURT Or J.Ar c of tho Wahlawa Townslto In Lot 3 of yn thwo tMpl waB unnb)e n accept (ho poaltotli ag
TFnntTORY OF HAWAII TO HYRON tho Wahlawa Colony Tract, a portion x. J: n ,1() nng roa, arrnngemPnta t0 g0 nt0
O CLARK! COUNTY OF OAHU of Orant No 4C22 to T. L. Holloway. at ,,.,. ,,rrTC mm V ""sln,8S Immediately after his g.-adua-
?i Snh W. SMITH as Chair- Wahlawa. Walalua, Oahu, T. II. LEAGLE MEETS TODAY Hon next June.
Uright Japanese boy who spoaks good
KiiRjIsh leeks a. position In store or
office. Address Wakltnoto, P. O. Uox
Fine corner lot Sn Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address 1L F, this office.
Pure Plymouth Ilock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
fcge-i In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
Rocks, barred or white. Telephone
White 831. 3319-tf
, n... n n,,n. innnlr nf It. Den.
u v..i. ....... t"'r" --"- -- .
nlcon, Maklkl and Wilder Ave. 1 It seems tnai me uiamonu ncau
3337-1 w representative was not allowed to stato
.their side of the case, but a Kara man
Cheap - Home near Park. W.lklkL, on the committee. It srther
A...a. Ti a V llnllAfln ,
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Ily neat young man, to work n few the race was over. It Is quite pcwilble with Young Corbctt, Her rem or Hal
bcurs every day between hours of (hat had the Judge of this walking tllng Nelson In America, and says that
D and 3. Address A. V. S., P. O.
llox 201. 3311-lw
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
cards, newspaper wrappings. Will
exebnnge. Address ltirndolph Stu
art, Greenwood, nrlllsh Columbia.
Uulletin gives n complete summary of
the news of tho dy. For SI year'
Tho Weekly I'.dltlon of tho Evening
Day horse, no brand, strayed from Tien
ctanla St. near Kaahumanu school.
Reward at this office. 3332 tf
I Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers
I etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Umbrellas r.calred and brass polish'
Ing. Takata, 1384 Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
3n jewelry and merchandise. Ths J,
Carlo Pawn Ko Hotel and XInton.
Estimates furnished on all kinds
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos tiros.. Union above Hotel SL
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Doxcs, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Grill.
nnnnnnnrnuiT llTITlflllhe constitution uud by-laws and sub
rilUl IJUDlUll AL UfllHIO
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
qostON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KINO 8T. TEL. BLUE 3101
w t RAWLINS ATTORNEY AND
-nTi'Mac m nn.AT.LAW 802 STAN-1
rrwwii n p.tllLQING
Town Hlio l.oi .o, o, o u ie iumi
You aro hereby cited to appear ax
ihn Court of Land Registration, to be
heU at Honolulu, Island of Oahu. on
tlie 19th day of April. A. D., 1900, nt
one o'clock and thirty minutes In the
afternoon, to show cause. If any 'you
have, why the prayer of said petition
should not he granted. And unless you
appear at said Court at the time and
POUtlon or any decree enured thereon
Witness PH LIP UWL Ml, l.s
y L HOWARD,
33311 Mar. 20, 27; Apr. 3, 10.
Those who boast of their standing In
society aro the first to howl because
the) cannot get a seat In a trolley car.
PROTEST DON'T GO
A committee consisting of (leo. Wnt-
erhouse, Stanley LUlngstun, F. I:.
.Haley, J. Heed, C. It. ltcinenway anil
Ilcv. E. II. Turner met nt the Y. M. C.
I A. last evening nt & o'clock to consider
the protest entered by the Diamond
Head Athletic Club in regard to me
mile walk held nt the Hoys' Field Sat-
Tho meeting was n secret one, even
ucuspancr men not being allowed ad
mittance. A cood-slicd crowd waited
on the outsldo to receive the news. All ,
thought that the commltteo would de
cide to hae the race walked over.
After considerable discussion the
following resolution was passed:
Hesohcd. That Inasmuch as It op
pears that the decision In the walking
race on Saturday last was rendered by
the ludge of walking, and Inasmuch as
ltule X of tho Amateur Athletic Union
; makes the ruling that the Judge's deel-
slon Is final and without appeal, this
irommittce mutt decline to act further
In n, matter."
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IIUUCCU lliui UIU JUIIKC uii nuiniMH "no,
not nrcscnt. This same Judge claimed
on the street yesterday that ho made
no decision In this race but tnnl tno
'referee named the winners as soon as
match been allowed to make a decision
that Ayres would have been given the
Tho Diamond Hcnd hoys are loud In
disapproval of tho outcome of the
meet nnd they state that they wilt
novcr again enter n meet whcio they
'have no tolec In selecting the officials,
It would ben good move for the ciuui
1 move for the clubs
A. V. of tho United
rned by their rule.
here to Join the A. A. V. of tho United
States and bo governed by their rule.
This wuuld bar all
A game of baseball will be played to
day at Oahu College between the Pun
ahou League team nnd n team from the
transport. The game will start prompt
ly nt 6 o'clock. Kddle Desha will bo
In tho box for the local boys. It Is
claimed that tho transport team has a
itrong line-up and a hard game - I'
Cricket games for Thursday and Sat
urday have been arranged between the
Honolulu Cricket Club and teams oft II.
M. S. Flora and Cambria.
I All games will be played on the Ma
On Sunday those who visited the
Hook Tract oil expressed themselves
as well plenscd with the outlook for tho
A nmmltlAM nn nrpfinlvnttnn hns
been formed. Ned Adams Is chairman
of this committee. There are to other
committees, one on membership and
the other on constitution and by-laws.
Tho committee on membership consists
of Ned Adams. C. S. Holloway, C. J.
Hutchlns nnd Frank Armstrong. The
membership committee will be very
select In their cholco of member
Ned Adams, J. O. Young, V. W.
Tl).iycr and James Mclncrny will draft
mlt the same to the prospective mem.
vera ui u lueciiiiK ui wie iuuiik iiuici
to be held next Thursday evening.
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WANT TO PLAY GOLF
There arc many golf players on
board the Urltlsh ships Flora und Cum-
hrlan. They wcie ull out on tho links
jestcrday nnd oxpurscd themselves as
well pleated whu the local links.
Frank Armnrong has been ap -
ntnmltpil hi ;h llrltltihers. wlio want
a tournament urranged. This might be
a R0011 r''J-0 for tho llrltlshcra to
mcct ,nc Americans In a match. The
a Mt wu(a a1 rnt n ,neuh
l the Idea and the chances are that such
n tdiirnamrnt could bo arranged, All
RiiRlUhmcn understand the game nnd
be a.meetlng of the Dave-
oday'at the Young Hotel
ball league today
nt fi o'clock. Rcpoits on the schedule
will be ucclvcd and a scorer decided
Up to this time thero has been no
scorer chosen, as all tho applicants
wnnt money for their services and tho
League pioposcs to have the work done
The matter of a 70 per cent dividend
will nUo come before the meeting to be
KENNEL dUB MEETING
There will be a meeting of the loci
Kennel Club tonight at the office of
will E. Fisher. Every members Is re-
nuesled to be present at this meeting
as the date of the first bpuch show Is
I to be discussed. '
borne 01 wie wcmijtio ui mo vi"u u-
i sire thai the show be held at once,
while others claim that a later data
, would e better. I Washington, Feb. 7- It Is said her
It seems that now Is the proper time that unless other presidential candl
as the weather Is coal aud as enttun- dates bestir themselves Vice President
lasm Is now nt Its height It would Ha FaltLanks wilt at no distant day have
easier to handle. Others argue that a sufficient number of delegates pledg
thcie are many aluablo Cogs bclug cd'to him to mako him' a most formtd
Imported and tho club should wait tin- able candidate for tho Presidential
III they hnvc arrived before the show
Is held. The whole thing will he set
n :: u
REALM Jtf SPORT
Poor old John I.. Sullivan, who Is
touring tho Western towns, says the
New York Sun, Is making this dally
stereotyped statement to the newspa
lMll give $1000 to any man that 1
cannot stop In four rounds, providing
"o ncigns as mucn as i uo, r-irsi come,
first served. The bigger they aro the
better 1 will like It. and the heavier
they arc the harder the fall. 1 feel
better today than I hne In twenty-lhe
years, and while I do not say that 1
can whip any mon living 1 do say that
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ten rounds. I am making a farewell
tour of the world and am going to take
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Sullivan tips the beam nt 300 pounds.
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Jabez White, champion lightweight
of Kngland, has been offered u match
If he Is allowed his expenses and n sub-
stantlal guarantee he will postpone Ins
,"e "'" " """ "'""" ""
r ""V0"' l0t?fkle Jll1c,K a01?1"'
J lO-slone (HO-pound) champion.
Owen Mornn. who made such a good
rKTavnmiiiil In s-tinlrttwl HiAiinh Im U
'"" " B1B" nas.ai uren
invited, but ho must be offered a suit-
" i-w 'w. -
.Dle guarantee nn.i expense money, lie
onld wh ijrcfer a meeting with IX an
iiul s tl 1C1 pounds) for -200 a side
ln t-nB"inu' -
"01"d mucn preicr a meeting vim uun
"'raf'"'f 'J1" c"' " ,l"n",i
The American committee hnvlng In delegation from that State are probab
charge arrangements 'or the Athens ly bcttcr than lll080 of any o(hcr man
gomes, has decided that the American wl0 haB uccn moiitloiiod for tra Pros
team will wear n complete whlto unl- llcntla, llomina.on. with the exeep
form, with quarter sleeves, and that tIon of Spcakcr Cannon,
nil club emblems nro to be omitted, nnd T10 vlc0 pro8,tcnt nnd his friends
in their plate a small United States j,rofCgg l0 bcllovo that tho next slatid
flag or shield Is to to worn on the shirt nr(, ucarcr of lho nopubllcan party will
front, lho team will liave Now ork to a Wcstcrn man. Ohio has two fa
City -March 31. vor(0 on, n (h0 per8ons of Mr. Tart
" " " 'nnd Senator Koraker, and tho Fair-
Washington. March 10. The Prcsi. j,anks men hope to profit by the dlvl
dent has selected James n. Sullivan, of ,0n of strength between them. Thero
New York, as tho representative of the foro Fairbanks Is figuring on tho Uuck
United States at the Olympic games In vye state Whllo tho Republican par
Athens next month. Innecordanco with ty n tho South Is short on votes on
li request of King George of Greece. election day It Is long on delegates In
H U Hie national convention. This fact Is
'Marvin Hart now asserts positively keenly appreciated hy Mr. Fairbanks,
that Tommy Hums tried to indue? Tho chairman uf tho Republican State
rommy ityan to poison him. That
would have been foolish, as It was en
Waddcll pitched for the Athletics
against New Orleans the other day and
allowed but one hit.
: m a
Fred ("null") Pcrrlno will be one of
tho Pacific Coast League umpires.
Among the training devices taken
koutli by the New York Giants, Is a
mammoth "medicine- ball." This huge
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DI'MIIV IB MV....J W HVl III UIUIIK.il.
nn.l l.nHH, (l.n.1.. t.A1ln.. 11... I.
and MrGraw firmly believes that It
will play a most Important part In the
training camp. He has Invented a sort
of game to he played with the ball, It
1 somewhat between football nnd "tug
"A man can get about as much exer
cise us In football," remarked McQraw,
'and the ball Is so large that you can
not punch an opponent In tho stomach
m- kick out his teeth."
rrt t rr pnnnxc
their football relationship Lafayette
will not appear on tho Tigers' 1'JOtJ
Marc Cntlln, ex-cnptnln of the Chlcn-
'go University football team has been
-,r,infr...i m m,..i, tk. mnn wir. ti.....
tcam, u0 s coaching the truck team
at iowa stato UnUerslty nt P'esent.
nnd Is not expected to report at Notre
name llnU, Beptcmber
i jt 8 announced that Foster Rock-
wei, u Yule Senior, will he field coach
0( the Yale football eleven non fall.
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slty boys how to bend tho ball,
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Catiher Mantell of George town Uni
versity Is to be tried out by Iloston
tt n tt
Tho annual championship Intercol
legiate athletic games will be held on
Soldiers' Field, Cambridge, this spring,
rnuuy nna saiurauy, juay ;o anu 20.
This was decided at a meeting of the
advisory committees In New York last
! Ralph Glaze, the Dartmouth College
pitcher, has a straight contract with
the noston Americans for 1900. He
gits tho money whether he makes good
Tiie annual baseball game between
Annapolis and eWst Point Is scheduled
jor May 26
IS WORKING ALONG THE LINES
THAT MARK HANNA. FOLLOW-
ED FOR M'KINLEY HAN-
nomination in 1908.
Last week there was a notable gath
ering of Indiana politicians In Wash
ington, all of them workers for tho
Fairbanks machine. It was announced
that tho visitors had como hero to at
tend the dinner of Senator Hcmcnw'ay,
given In honor o( tho Vice, President
and the Indiana delegation la Con
gress. There wore long conferences
between these visiting politicians and
Mr. Fairbanks and his friends, and
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(cctlng tho organization formed for tho
purpose of securing tho Republican
nomination for Indiana's non two years
hence, in Indiana Mr. Fairbanks has
Just cleaned iid tho opposing faction In
tho Republican party thero headed byi
Senator Dovcrldgc, who is understood i
to have so responded to the treatment I
applied to him that he now gives
thrco cheers every Jtmo t10 name of
Fairbanks Is mentioned In hla pres
ence. In his campaign to securo delegates
for William McKinlcy In 1SSG Marcus
Hanna began his operations In tho
South. Ho hnd nailed down that sec
tion beforo tho representatives of oth
er randldntca had begun work. Mr.
Fairbanks knows something of tho
m0.i10jg of Mr Hanna and his renre
"ViT nri nnw trMitnS wi.h liaS.
Ing party men In tho South. Tho Vlro
President Is ccrtnln or Indiana CO ! 1-
cgnlC8 nnd , counlnB pon jninois.
,,, fortunea n tmt State aro In tho
,,,,,, of Cnareg o. Dawes, former!
Cnmptrocr of tho Currency, who Is.
of , who as
ttnna , Ul preconvontlon cnm
" ln lho Interests of tho canO
Qf Mf MKniCy, Falrbanka
Btrong and Influential friends li
'tint nnil ha plinnpnB nt mlturln
0ne of tho young men who assisted
anna ,n ., Drcconvonton campaign.
made In Iho Interests of the candidacy'
strong and influential friends In lilt-
nn nnil hla phnnpnfl nf anHirlnir fhA
Committee of Alabama, was In Wash
tngton during the past week, and he
spent some time with tho Vice Presi
dent. Fond Papa "Willie, do you show
your teacher that you love her?" Lit
tle Willie "What! When me best goll
Is In de same class wld' me?"
It Is a mlstako to think that you can
gain enough momentum going duwn
one hill to climb tho next.
Time may be money, but tho prison-
l.n ( Isn (J nil r. urfiillrl mill At
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Cheap looking Twcnty-flvc-coul
Wills "Ho takes long Sights of fancy."
According to tho Urltlsh Medical
Journal the total number of cremations
In Great llrltaln In the year 1905 was
00, as against EGO In 1904 and 47S In
Mrs. Scrappy "Marriage Is a lottery,
k' ..," ,. Scrnnnv-"Yes. and :
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hnd my usual luck In the drawing."
presslvo way about him. .Estollo: Ho
"lwci1 ou-dld heT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Econd Circuit. Territory of Ilawalr,
At Chambers. Iinlkaula Kapakubl,
Llbcllnnt, v. Papa Knpakahl, Llbelleu.
Chnmbers Summons. Original Stamped:
J2.00. The Territory of Hawaii: To
the High Sheriff of tho Territory of
lfivnll nr lila nptintv Ihn Rherlrf of
tho Ulund of Maul, or Ills Deputy, or
any Constable In the Territory of Hn-
You are commanded to summon Papn
Kapakahi, of Watkele, Ewa, Oahu, lu
mlcar twenty days after service be
foie such Judge of tho Circuit Court
of tho Second Circuit sitting at Cham,
beis lu the Court Room at Walluku, Is
land of Maul, to answer the annexed
libel of Lanlknula Kapakahl.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return uf your proceedings
Witness tho Honorable Judge of tho
Clicult Court of the 2nd Circuit at
, Wnlluku, Maul, this 19th day of Janu-
ti ry, 1903,
(Seal) EDMUND H. HART,
I I 11G0, Civil Code. The tlmo within
I which an act Is to be done shall
bo computed by excluding the first day
and Including tho lasL If tho last day
be Sunday, tt shall bo excluded,
I certify the within Summons and
Complaint to bo true copies of tna
original In said Court
W. B. SAFFERY.
Deputy Sheriff, Maul.
I hereby certify that the Libel for
Divorce mentioned In the foregoing
Summons, and Summons, have been
duly returned to this Court unserved,
on May 17, 1908.
(Seal) EDMUND II. HART,
Clerk 2nd Circuit Court.
3339 Men 23, 27 30; Apr. 3, 6, 10.
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