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VRNTNO BULLETIN. nONOf.tJLU, T. II.. SATURDAY. SEPT. 1. 1006.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Ma Puko 8, NEW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
A JnimncRC, Amcrlcan-born preferred,
wlio can rend nnd write the KiikIIsIi
mid Japanese languages, (lood po
Hltlon for tho right man. Address
"California," rare Ilnllctli! olllce.
Soft, clean rags for wiping delicate
machinery, at Bulletin utllce. Ap
ply Cashier's desk. 337S-K
lty Japanese couple. Man Is first class
conk; wife to do general housework.
Address J. V . 1 O. llox 770.
lty Japanese who speaks English and
Hawaiian is cm experienced dairy
man, Inqiiue I'hone llluc S81.
Kino corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address 11. F., this office.
The old-established "Popular House",
4! furnished rooms. Kent $50. per
month with 17 years' lease to run.
Call at 1219 Fort street. 3l5C.tr
The great Knhuku Itanch, containing
181,000 ncrcs, with ecrythlng ex
cept my grip sack. Apply Col S.
I-"lnr bred homer pigeons for squab
raising, nny quantity. Mrs. Ilnnnn,
Knlruukl. 2 1 j'J-1i l
Squabs In nny quantity.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
nullctln gives n complete sununMy of
the nows of tho day For SI year.
3-"For Rent" cards on Mia at
tho Bulletin office.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Hhop, 1111 Fort St.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders kliould bo left at tho Ha.
wallnn News Co., Young bldg. l'lionc
231 or Cottngo No. 1, llaalelca Uiwu.
For house-help, phone White 2991, Ma
klkl. Oeneral Kinployment Office,
cor. Fcniacola and Ilcretanla.
Cheap Lumber, building material,
doors and auxlies. City Mill Co.,
Contractors, 318 KckaullUc, corner
Queen St. 31191m
Preserve and Beautify Your Houses
by staining litem with
Tho Creosote will mako
tho woodwork impervious
to decay or to injury hy insects,
will givo a beauty that can bo
Tai.eLA' sm V. s
For gainjik's on wood, prices and full information, apply to
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd., HONOLULU.
SA.MURL CAllOT, Sole Manufacturer, - BOSTON, MASS.
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
757 ALAKEA 8TREET NEXT 8AIL ORS' HOME.
Cottage on Young street near Ar
tesian street, neniy painted nnd
In good repair; 3 bedrooms, parlor,
dining room, etc., with nice laual,
and outhouses, Cottage on Her
etanla street near l'cnsncota street;
contains also 3 bedrooms, parlor,
dining room, kitchen, etc., and out
house. Terms moderate; luqulro nt
olllce of tho Kaplolnnl ltate, Lim
Cool rooms, hot and cold water, elec
tric lights, shower and bath, nt The
Majestic, Sachs block. 31CS tf
Cool, mosquito proof, newly papered
housekeeping rooms. Tel. Blue 2511-.
783 I'.erclaiila Ave. 3U2-tf
Unfurnished rooms for light house
keeping; no children. 13S1 Here
Nkcly furnished cool rooms, llnnlc
lea Lawn, cor. Hlehnrds and Hotel
Housekeeping rooms at Cottage drove,
'l'lionc 1211 Illiie. 3170-tf
Cottapes In Chrlstly I.ane. Apply
Wong Kw.nl, Smith St., mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms nt 1223 Hm
ma St.; rent reasonable. . 3401-tf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
at 84 Vineyard St. 2729-tf
Cold-mounted tortoise shell comb. bet.
Wnlklkl nnd Kort St. Howard nt
this oltlcc. 3IG3-2W
A bl.ick seal leather card rase; con
tains cards of owner, Reward nt
this olllce 3172-tf
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
ths news of thw day. For SI yea'.
See Hastings for repairs of Locke,
Key., Music boxes, Snarpenug ot
FIno Cutlery, near Union Grill
All kinds of koa and mission furniture
made to order cheap by Wing Chong
Co., 72 King St. 3421-lm
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise The
, carlo raw n Co., Mmanii nr. King.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. Tnkata, 1284 Fort St.
Flnt Joe, Printing at the Bulletin.
ami thu Hoft, velvety colorings
got in no other way. They
nro made, with tho bent iiig
menu and tiure, -linseed oil,
and thu colors aro guaranteed
to bo fast. They aro tho
original shinglu stains, and
tho only bona lido Creosote,
i SPORTS 4 I
ii llaseball at Ilnsehnll Parli.
lM.'i p. in. Onhiis vs. Kains. x
( Uatterlcs; Item land nnd Itlng- .
x. land; Iteuter and Jones. if
" 3:30 p. in Honolulu vs. I'll x
nation, Uatterlcs: Joy nnd n
x Snare; Desha and MtCor- x
x rlston. i.
x 9:30 p. in.-At the Zoo: Sulll- x
van vs. Welch, 15 tumid for w
x welterweight chaiuploiishlp, x
; 2 ii, in. Cricket at Mal.lld. ,
x TOMORROW: x
x llaseball nt Haseball Paris: x
x 1:43 p. m. Metropolitans vs. x
x Dlniiiond Heads, llntterles: x
x llusnell nnd Lulling; Chilling-
x north and Jonah. x
i 3:30 p. in. I.iisltnnns vs. Alo- X.
n has. Uatterlcs: Freltas nnd
x Sebastian, Hardee nnd lloo- P-
n At Anla Park Riverside
n I.enuuo, Anla League nnd
A a la Jr. League. x
j K k a ii k ii s n a n
One thing Is certain and that Is.
that there Is going to be n dlsappuin.
ed lighter In town about 11 o'clock to
night. Who will It be Hulllvnn or
Welch? Ilolh of these lads nre nt
this early hour of the day figuring
out what lie will do with the long end
of the purpc. Neither enn see how
he can posslgly lose this bout.
Well, tonight will tell the story nnd
ntter It Is nil over the wise one will
slap his pal on the back and sny.
"Well, I called the turn. Did I not
tell ou lie would turn the ttlck In
Just Hint wuy?"
Sullivan has gone to the long end
on tho betting nnd this morning sev
eral bets were made with Diet; n 10-to-S
fnvorl'c. Wo cannot rce why
Sullivan should be made a favorite
! -J- :. .
"I have no sure thing In this
fight, but, barring nccldcnts, I
should enrry hoinu the long end
or tho purse. 1 trust that I shall
win and am going to give the
p.-oplo the best that Is In inc.
How nm 1 going to fight? Wnli
and see; 1 can't tell that myself.
It nil depends upon tho other fob
low. 1 must light to win.
"I do not think that this light
will go ten rounds. There is go-
lug to bo a Knock-out."
over the Spider. The Intter has an
even break In this bout Welch has
three times the teiord that Hiitllvan
has and carries n harder punch. The
only, question Is; Has Welch gone
bnck? The Honolulu sports arc fig
uring that the beating Hint the Spider
took nt the hnnJs of lint Nelson has
put him on tho list of the "hns beens"
nnd that the new- nrrlval will go thu
samo as poor old I.on Agnew ns soon
as he gets u good clout on the jaw.
This Is all supposition, however, nnd
tho sport who hacks this opinion with
1:1s coin Is not using thu best of Judg
ment. You cannot slzo iiji n lighter
until you have seen him in action,
am! all you have to Judge from nie
his past performances. Welch has
shown since his defeat at the hands
of Nelson that he can still light sonic,
(liossmnn of San Itnfiicl wns placed
by tho wayside nt thu hands of Welch.
Now fliossninn Is n large, stiong lad
and u fighter. Then theie was Frank
Itufiicl, n lighter well known and with
a good record that wiih put to tho
boards by Welch. This does not look
ns though he wns entirely a dead one.
Tho only question that we might
ask about Sulllvnn Is; Can lie take n
beating? We Know all of Sullivan's
other qualities. Ho has been seen In
action here three tlmex nnd has made
n very guod Impression on tho local
sports, Sullivan Is u lighter with
model habits and has youth and
strengtli to carry himself through a
hard fight. Sullivan Is built on thu
htvlo of Jack O'llrleu and lights In n
similar manner. Somo seem to think
that Sullivan could not take a suvcro
beating around tho stomach. It must
alwavs ho remembered that In win n
lighter must land and as we liavc
tald before, right heio Is whero Welch
Is going to have trouble. Sulllvnn Is
not an iiggresslvc fighter and theie
foro not ns easily hit ns a man who Is
nlvas coming, Welch hns an ug
gresstve nt)!e of milling nnd lights
very similar to Duvet Harry nnd the
leseniblnueo will bo seen tonight
when the two squnie nff.
Kver) thing Is reudy for I.arry Deo
In Jell; tho hell cord nud ret the
lighters on their wny In order to
give everyone u chance to see tho
opening loiimLt, thu light will not lie
called until 'J:.t0. This will glvo
I bote who aro Interested In tho elec
tion a chnnco to get out In amplo
lime to sec tho tpnr . There will bo
u 10 minute car seivico mid iiniw
iiiently no Mailing for eurf,
Manager Adams of thu Zoo huu tak
en nil precautions to mnkn llio beat
ing arrangements comfortablo and
ample for all. Sixteen hundred seats
can bo had nnd all tho management
asks Is the pcopU, and, from the looks
ol things, the croud will ha on hand
to see tho fun.
Thero will bo two good curtain
inlsets Hint will furnish tho uiuuso.
ment until tho big guns come. on.
Hilly Woods, tho vctornn rlngstcr,
will luivo the fight In chnrgo, nnd ono
thing Is sure, and that In: there will
bo no fake with Hilly as tho third
man In the rlns And then there will
bo Jack McKaddcn, the Yellow Kid,
as announcer Jack bus Jutt como
In'o p03OfcBlon of the English lan
guage, but ho Is developing Into a
full-fledged announcer, nnd everyone
Is a "Oentlemnn" when Jack Is doing
Yes; It Is going to be worth the
price nnd an one who misses this
fight will be sorry that he wan so
(5. A. Wolff, representing tho firm
of A. tt, Spalding A: llros.. the largest
mniiiifnetiirlng conierii of sporting
goods In Ameilin. is In Honolulu In
the interests of Ids firm nnd also on
pleasure bent. Kvery American lad
over thu age of eight knows of Spal
ding's nthtetlc goods Kverythlng In
the shape of n ball bat or glove Is
known as n Spalding In the United
Mr. Wolff expressed himself as be
ing well pleared with the athletic out
look ht're nnd says that he has never
seen such n place for baseball. He
claims that never In his life has he
bad the pleasure of seeing Chinese
play ball and he will keep his eye on
Hit Sue when he sees the latter guard
the difficult coiner for the Ileds.
Wolff has his eje on n coupto of
players In tho local league and who
knows but what some lad here will be
made nu offer to take n trip across the
pond nnd try for fnster company.
The visitor will take In the llalclwa
golf links today and tomorrow, so he
will bo unable to see the Sunday
games. He will see the flrst Hawaii
an baseball on Labor Day.
It will lis lemeuibcred that A. tt.
Spalding & IlriM. put up the largest
and mos valuable trophy that has
iver been played for here.
WINTER INE'S CARD
Tomorrow the Diamond I lends aro
going tight after the Hutcliers nnd try
and pull them off their high honk.
when these two teams meet thero are
things doing nud the chuiiccs ore that
the enpnclty of the grounds will be
taxed to their in must tomorrow.
In their flrst meeting tho Mcts.
-t- WILL HAVE NO EXCU8E,
"I nm In the lies' of shape and
) ns nm confident ot winning this
fight ns I am Hint I live. It is
! true that 1 am giving nway Bomo
weight, but I have been up
ngalust the weight proposition
before nnd it does not worry mo
I- In the least. It looks good to me 4
S- to be on tho short end, as then
people will not lose so Heavily on v
s "One thing Is certain: I will
give the people n run for their
money and will light In the best
manner 1 am capable of. t shall
mako no excuse If I lose."
s s -fr
dished out a good beating to the Din
njinds nnd the Infer team has been
looking for lovenge ever since. 1)111
Chllllngwnrtli Is In grcnt form for
this (oming bout between the two
Mar teams of the League and he Is
golnu to it hard to pitch his team to
victory. It looks nx though the Mcts.
hnvo a shade tho best of It as far as
tho battery Is concerned. llusnell nnd
I.unlng vroik together in good snapo
and Hush has proven himself the peer
of all tho Winter League slabstcrs.
The other gamo Is going to bo a
fight between the Liisltauns mid Alo
has. This Is either team's gamo and
promises to bo just ns warm ns thu
The plavlng of nil of the teams lias
Improved, and some real fast ball Is
being Indulged in.
Miss J, Center wns among the ic-
turning passengers of the Klnuii this
8EPTEMBER 1, 8:30 P. M, 8HARP.
Welch vs Sullivan
Of San Francisco, Champion of
15 Rounds 148 Pounds Ringside.
YOUNQ BARRY vs. YOUNQ DAVID
C Rounds 125 Pounds,
Also Slx.Round Curtain-Raiser
Referee; BILLY WOODS.
Announcer: JACK MTADDEN.
Prices: 2.50 Rlncslde; $1.50 and SI
Reserved Seats; 75c Gallery,
Ticket Sale opens at Guntt-Eakln's
Cigar Store on August 30.
ANY TIME -Tpe
f EVERY DAV
HAWAIIAN GRASS HUTS1
OPEN-AIR 8KATING RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC., ETC.I
DON'T MI68 A GOOD TIMEI
An engineer of the Sheridan's steam
launch fell overboard vosterdny after
noon nt 3:30 o'clock. He narrowly es
caped being sucked beneath the water
to his death by the transport's huge
propeller, which wns revolving nt the
lime. The steam gauge of the launch
burst, filling the boat suddenly with
steam. Tho man either became
frightened at this ur lost his foothold,
Jumping or falling Into the water.
He was caught by the strong out
shore tide and carried swiftly astern
In spite of his nttempt to swim against
The cry'of "Mnn overboard; s!op
tho tiiopcllcrl" was quickly rnlsed
nnd icpeated all along the ship. Tho
screw wns stopped only Just In time
to save the launch man from being
drngged to death, lie was carried by
Hip current hnlf the length orthn ship
around the stnrboard Bide, where ho
managed to grasp the two life pre
servers thrown him.
A few moments later a native boat
crew reached him. A big Hawaiian
lifted him from tnc water Into the
boat Iwth case. The native was cheer
cd by all who observed the feat. Tho
cool-headedness of the engineer when
in danger won the admiration of the
onlookers nnd gnve the He to tho re
port that n rnso of cold feet had caus
ed htm to Jump from tho launch.
The launch wns lying on tho port
tddo of the Sheridan, taking on coat
and water, prior to n trip to the city
with Captain Humphrey. The arrival
of the cutter Manning afterward
changed his plans.
The Department of Public Instruc
tion niinounces the following changes
In the tenclilng force:
Miss .Mabel Demi, who wns engaged
by Principal Kdgar Wood In the Host
on his recent trip, tnkes u position cm
the teaching start of the Normal
Mrs. llrldgewatcr will return to tho
Normal, where also Miss l'axton will
take thu place of Miss Florence Hill,
absent on the Coast.
Miss Hose Peck will net ns pupil
teacher in tho same Institution. Sho
formerly tnught on Maul nnd comes
back to finish her Normal cnurse.
C. D. Mnyflcld has been appointed
Instructor of manual trnlnlng In tho
Normal, giving his services also to
other schools In the city.
Mrs. .Mary B. Powers goes to Mn
knwcll, Kuiial. as n substitute.
Mrs. M. n. Anderson Is made assist
ant nt Hauiihi, Oaliu.
II. 1). llrumell goes to Papalkou, Ha
waii, as nsslstunt. He wns formerly n
teacher In the Philippines and In Por
The box plan for the grand concert
at St. Louis College on September S,
S p. m., will be opened at tho Tcrrlto
I la! Messenger office, corner Union
nnd Hotel streets, from Monday next,
September 3d, 9 a. m.
GLOBE CLOTHING CO.,
64 HOTEL STREET.
Dispensers of Suit Satisfaction
Our Suit Prices are no
And as low as -
A few words with you concerning a most uncommon otfer.
After reading this announcement, Just reflect for a moment.
Consider the character of the clothes offered, the quality of
the fabrics which enter Into their construction, the time and
skill required to evolve such distinctive stylish clothes, then
you'll realize that an excellent offering Is made buyers of men's
The Character and
Our $16 Suits
are most pronounced. Every garment Is tailored to an exact
ing standard and embodies all the virtues of the conscientious
effort of men who know how to make good clothes. These
suits .ire hand tailored, button holes are hand made, collars
hand felled and molded, shoulders hand padded. Wo can show
you many new jrrlvnlu that are better values at this price tlun
othcio can, because we bought them for lets. Among them are
scvci.il new greys. Come In and let us show you how good
thry are and how good they fit.
OUT OF TOWN READERS: Ve can furnish you by mall
and pleate you. Write uo and ask how we do It.
FREE TAILORING SERVICE
An experienced tailor Is employed here, who, when altera
tions are needed, makes them and makes them right with
out extra cost, to suit purchasers. A suit purchased here Is
pressed, cleaned and repaired whenever desired for twelve
months after It was bought, free of charge,
Tel. Main 171 P.O. Box 40
Strictly high-grade and
Sold In i. 1, 2'i and 5-lb.
Folger's Mocha and Java
In 1 and 21b. tint.
Henry May & Go.
22 Telephone 22
For Your Table
.J, FRESH, SMOKED,
Tel. Main 251
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Telephone Blue 3151.
J. M. LEVY & GO.
Tel. Main 149
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 6. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
more than - -
THE COBWEB CAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA 6T3,
WINES, LIQUORS, I
TEL. MAIN 492.
s-Camara & Co,, Props,
OF BREAD, CAKES. COOKIE8, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL 3T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
7. Oda, Manager
PHONE MAIN 469.
French and Milk Bread
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS Of
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN 197.
Tnat ill men'o palate are pleated
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHIX ST8.
Alexander Young Hotel
Abcotutely fireproof, flneet
eulelne, elegantly furnlthed
and the best of service. :: ::
NOAH W. ORAY MANAQER
HONOLULU, T. H.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINI.
Dellcloui; Wholesome; Pure;
HAWAIIAN 80DA WORKS.
Sole Agents. Phone Blue 1871.
A Hawaiian Curio
as a present to your friends Is sure to
be highly appreciated. A good
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLC
8EEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SJ9.
$22, SO l
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