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EVT.NINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY, MAItCH 28, 1906.
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April Ut 3S.
HOUSE 4 bedrooms, Klnnu St.
OFKICES in modern building, King
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3 paying properties on Young street.
Will sell separately.
Building lot on King street SOxlOO.
Trees, etc. Beautiful location.
Well Improved lot with three cot
tages. $60 per month, net revenue 10
per cent. A bargain.
Fine residence with large lot. King
Street 3 bedrooms.
DI8HOP TRUST CO., LTD.
Cottago of 3 bedrooms on Vineyard
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Peck Ave. Apply S. S. Peck. 297
l'"urnlshcd housekeeping rooms with
gas; also S-room furnished cottage.
Inquire No. S. Cnttnue Grove.
A two story house, No. 1036 Green
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Apply C. II. Reynolds. 3317-tf i
CctUges In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KM, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
Two. story house at Walalae and Ctb
Ave. Inquire on premises. 3324-lm
Nowly furnished mosquito proof room.
nt 81 Vineyard SL 2728-tf
135. &- x-
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
JJest black sand from 12 to 3 a load
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cor. Pensacola and Dcrctanla.
uenerni ismpioymeni uuico, .,
.Mr. Jas. Sherldsn, pianoforte tuner,
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special attention to adult beginners. -Address
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The 190G baseball season wilt start
on May 12 and close on September 1.
This was decided upon yesterday at n
meeting of tho Baseball League, held at
the Young hotel.
President Paul Iscnberg presided,
and the Punahous, Kama, II. A. C.'s,
Mallcs and Oahus were represented.
In nil, there will be twenty games or
ball played with the prospects of the
best two out of three In the final scries,
This will make a good long season and
from the Interest that Is shown It
should be a prosperous one.
The proposition of scorer was
brought.up and It was decided not to 'on base, and, second, when there is a
pay for his services. No one as yet mnn on first arid you want to sacrt
has been found who Is willing to nc-lflce him to second; but I believe that
ccpt the place without pay, Tho mat- tho best opportunity for a bunter Is
tcr will be taken up nt the next meet-! where there Is a man on first nnd see
ing and In the meantime a scorer will ond base. No doubt th men on tho
bo looked for. (bates are playing off; It is then a fine
Thrro will fan five nasses Issued tu play to dron the ball In front of tha
each of the newspapers. The grounds
will close and undergo repair until
April 15th. The teams will then De ai-
lowed to use them.
The next meeting of the League will
be held on Thursday, April 8th, nt the
Young Hotel, nt 5 p. m.
WILL SHOW IN SEPTEMBER.
The Kennel Club decided last even-'o ". P01"00 opposite to what you
Ing to hold their nrst bench show In nr .Bh'nBi l i0T " ' "".n'T.'
September, beginning on Thursday the off tho players on he other a de ns to
Cth nnd ending Saturday tho Sth. Thlswhn' 3 ar abou,1 ,t0 empt. but no
...111 ....... .i r....n- .i..- ...... . vi. sooner does the pitcher let go the ball,
the dogs. Honolulu has never befo'ro
had the privilege of such nn exhibition
nnl llinro 1. nn .Inillil lillt Wlltll lllll.
and there Is no doubt but what this
sliim ii-lll tivm-A n liiirri uiinoAaa
shows In the States are quite tho
thing nnd there Is no reason why they
k.Ti.i . .., ... i., ,
ove so here.
good number of the Ken-
i. nrA.An win
Thero was a
nel Club members
Fisher's olllco last evening nnd the date
of the show wa, freely discussed but
or tno snow was ireciy uiscusscu uui
September was decided upon. Tin
win give all a good chance to get their
pels in snape anu me managers a guuu
chance to nrrango matters. The open -
Ing day will be before pheasant season
so none of the bird dogs will be with-
Five new members were voted Into
tho dub. Amonir tho rest was II. H.I
Wcller of Maul.
Dr. Rowat read a wcll-prcpnred pa -
per on the "Dhiea.es of Dogs." He mil . ' " ""'LS"'"? ZZ returns Hu.sel offers, for a con.ldera
dwelt principally upon tho common teams to play Pfc "lonal 1 base-
d scase of worms. This Is the prln- ball In the summer, promea tney no . tru.Mne to tho youne man's
clpal ailment of dog, on Jhese Island, not pi., r the majo; -or mlnop league "l; ;',' X South!
and ..ai wn en i e aog owner must
guara ngainsi. ine (lociors remarK,
11 the mem-'also
U1UUK 1..CBU ...lira w c, c u. ..iiv-.co..i(t,
The subject of heart worms
The meeting closed with all
hers enthusiastic over
Tho Kam track team has challenged
ty track team In the Islands for n 410.
They should also Issue a challenge
for the mile walk.
II II It
Two cricket teams have been chosen.
One represents Honolulu and the other
the Ilrltlsh Bhlps In tho harbor. They g-meB n tti0 Chicago Rowling League iwcness or mo supposeu jom io flora
will play on Saturday on Maklkl field. ja,t nght. proposes that Tom shall masquerade
II a ( Tho Howards, leaders of tho league, as his cousin and take a rise out of
Barney Drlscoll and Willie Schocn- roued 1207 In their second game against tho rival. Flora Is only too willing,
beln, both 'Frisco scrappers, are on west Chicago, the first 1200 total on and putting on her own clothes re
board the Sheridan. Roth theso boys record for a five-man team, and with celves her lover. Tho climax Is reach
aro considered good In 'Frisco. logs nnd 1080 In their other two games, cd when Hussel, to carry the Joko on
n a . averaging 1121,' the first time that 110U Randolph to Its limit, marries tho sup-
Lon Agnow writes Paddy Ryan In- nag been made for tnree games. posed Tom to blm. Of course, when
quiring as to tho chances Jack Cordell The other new record was the aver- the General returns, It Is found that
would have If he came to the Islands.
Sullivan and Cordell would make
a a a
Ah sam, a uninaman, is acting ad
sparring partner for Jack McFaddcu.
It would be a good Idea hereafter to
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Mild, medicinal herbs,' not strong and drastic drugs consti
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Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardul from your drug
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rALL DRUGGISTS SELL. 1.00 BOTTLE;
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hum., .... ivuius ... cu.e .... uu.v.u. .-ii- wa)( nu8cnti eo -smiling" Boli McCor
changed. In this event tho teams could rl,ton took llg pncei nob's pitching
enter a protest against such an offlclal wa, joke nnd wlth Wlnnlo behind the
It he were not satisfactory,
II It II
Trescott, a scrapper from II. M. 5.
Cambrian, will meet a lad called
"Frenchy" from the U. S. 8. Manning.
This will be a preliminary to tho Mc-Fadden-Nclson
131111c Kcclcr says: "Really speak
Ing, there are only two occasions when
to bunt First, when there Is no man
plate, when both runners start slmul-l
inneousiy. me runners naving inKcn
nuvantage or tne suuauon, euncr uou-
Die steal or a double sacrlflc is execut-,
ed, or all three arc safe. If the player
has gained third base It Is well worth
the sacrifice of either tha man on sec-'
ona or first. My great belief is in get-
Itlnrf Ihn men nnnm t li A hAma nlfl t ft ti ft
M7ns ie "w yo up
to tho pinto act Indifferently. Try and
I'llck as a flash assume your position
ncr ior a iigni lap or io u uaii
" uu.,j hitB m...
middle when 1 am going to bunt and
the ball comes over the Plato I Up
It, with a downward motion and try to
Placo It. according to whether tho
'Xh.. i. ,..i.V,8iri k.,,,w Li
P tcher Is right or Ull-handed out of
tils rcacli. Jlic most essential part
about liunHn8 not to a tempt to bunt
M hat , uo to r ho plate y
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w"l Prominent In the race, ProWdcd.
' ?ou,r8e' tlial we Bro not hoodoooj
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Tho presidents of seven Michigan
,co&aT.et meng h'have
ncciuen aiier a long . iiscussiou w per-
- ,y -""; "-" 7,
Ypsllantl Normal, Hillsdale. Almn, AI-
blon. Kalamazoo. OlIveL and Michigan
, Tne c,(Ients
recommended nhol.sh.ng tho train-
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Ing table and the system of allowing
the athletes free board nnd tho permit-
ting of men to ontcr college for a lew
weeks during tha athletic season. It
. ,i..m.,i ihni frmhmpn mnv enter
.ihiniiA .nnim. nmviiis.i thev have
'i,on t .fhnni tu-oivn cek nnd nro
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Chicago, March 8. Three world's
records were broken in one scries ol
age of 201 1-3, registered by Kay btolkc,
who had scores of 227, 279 and 278. Tho
previous best mark for high-team
pnmi una 1169. while the team avcrag.i
record stood 1003. ine uesi inumuuui
performance for threo games ever re-
corded beforo was 2S. ine rccorus
wero made In icgular .league touina-
That 1,500,000 suffering women have
cured themselves o irregular and painful
periods, bearing down pains, ovarian
troubles, nervousness, headache and back
ache and all manner o female weaknesses
by giving themselves private treatment with
this great woman's remedy, proves that
Wine of Cardut is not only a highly
liicnt play, and will stand ns world's
A picked team of Punaliou baseball
players met defeat nt the hands of n
team off the transport Sheridan.
This Is the first time that a local tenti.
has been defeated In years by a team
from one of these ships. When the
line-up of the Punahou team Is con.
sldcred tho reason of the defeat U read
ily seen. J
UUUIU UlBUft, .. v...n ..., ,
bat a worse battery could not be found
Henry Williams occupied first bag and
missed most everything that came his
way. Van Vllct, Jr., threw wild and
allowed a couple of runs to cross the
At the end of tho game tho score
stood Sheridan 12, Punahou G.
The Puns lined up as follows: Win
nie, c; McCorrlston, p.; Williams, lb.;
Van Vllct, Jr., 2b.J Carey, 3b.; Loo On,
ss.; Soldier, If.; G. Desha, c.f.; Hannah,
STORY OF Tit HIT
THAT'S TO WIN
That tho public may know tho kind
pitty tBt , (0 i,0 presented at tho
orphcum tomorrow evening, the
29th Inst., a synopsis will not be amiss.
?he cast 0( characters Is as follows:
iinniinm itiimni. .t. p
jjr nupcrt E. Drum
tiirdio Swcctlovo (a Hebrew Houso-
kccper) Henry L. Aucrbach
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Gen. Roomer (a Chicago real cstato
millionaire) M. 8. Duponte
Rev. Ezra Stlgglns (a Goldcuro prac
titioner) Joseph Pestana
Randolf Dearborn (an Accessory be
F1orn ltoomcr (oolVrwho loves a
fore tho fact)..C. M. Deltencourto
tmp) -1 Nna aar(,nor
T ....rnlln Qnr .. na In Unna ni arhnn
ma'am) Miss Auerbach
During the civil war Hastings Husscl
and Ucrt .Roomer fought sldo by sldo
'" ' Confederate army. After
,,ccIaratlon of pcac0 both mcn
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rcn, C8lato hutlnM ani, marrfC(1
mml wMt ,o Intlana lccanl0 ,
Husscl went to Indlann, becamo a
country Justice and remained slnglo
noomcr d whcn tho play
opens, had a daughter who eloped with
Randolph Dearborn, the young people
being followed on tne next train by
tho Irate father. Flora and her lovur
go to Husscl to bo married, but, find
that a license Is necessary In Indiana.
. . nandolnh
cm Ideas of birth, etc. ,to work his
point. Ho finds, however, that Ran
P , " Jmua. nowovcr, mat nan-
folph is a found Ing and so under-
lakes to provide him with parents. Ho
work. : LucreUn SpHgg.n an old maid,
"d "Rov."Eira Stlgglns, a goldcuro
fraud, Into tho plot to pcrsonato tho
" " ' " o - "
1I efforts Rlrdle Swectlove denounces
tho conspiracy. Then Boomer deter-
mlnesthat Flora must bo married at
onco nnd offers her to Hussel. The
Judges Jumps nt the chance and goes
to Roomer's villa to pay his court. Flo-
ra, tothwart him, disguises herself In
her Cousin Tom's clothes. and tells her
ancient admirer that Flora has gono
In town. Mcftnwhllo Mussel lpnrim
that Randolph has arrived for a stolen
Interview, nnd noticing tho striking
me marriage is icgai, anu so me two
old fellows make tho best of a bad Job.
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