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BVEWmo BTTLtiTlW, HONQ1.OT.P. T. II. FIUDAY, SEPT. 21. 1906.
The Little Ads with ttia Big Results
Mae Pno . NSW TO-DAY, for N-w Ad.
1 larRi-' unfurnished room 1 1 1 i liatli
nltnrlioili wnlMiiR distance (o town.
Addicsi 'A." lliilktln ofllce.
Soft, clenn rasa for wIplnR dellcato
machinery, at llulletla ulllce. Ap
ply Cashier's desk. 3378 1(
Competent Miitu to do throe hours of
liooKKecptiiR cery day. Address
"l." lliilktln. 3192 lw
lly l.tiRllth ijraduale nurso to tal.e care
of Invalid or children, would lrael.
Address" A (I. V. 3, lliilletln.
A liustkr wants to handlo any line of
roods on commission basis on terms
lO cult. "A. II. C. 34S7'1V
i-iim lurnar lot In Maklkl. Curbtn,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Implements. Two mln-l
utus' walk from ran and Punahoa
College. Address U. F., this office.
Tho old established "Popular House";
4C furnished rooms. Itent $50. per
month with IT ) oars' lease to run.
Cull nt 1249 Tort stroct. 34GGlf
Iho rrcat Kahiiku Ranch, containing
181,000 aires, with everything ex-l
cept my grip sack. Apply Col S.
Korrls. 3403 tf
Squabs lu any quantity. Kalmukl
llelchts 'Am 3172 tf
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For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. Ull Fort St.
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wallan News Co, Young bldg. Phone
291 or Coltigo No 1, llaalelca Lavvu.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General .Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
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Everything for the
office and every line k
.'I iiif4 littla Mr shaon.
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than the other ,5
! (fellow sells it.
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tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume or an le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, bulldlna oermlts and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75J per month. Weekly Bulletin,
K1 nr year.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Key., Music boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutltry. Hear Union a rill.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise The
Carlo Pawn Co, Nuuanu nr. King
Umbrellas recovered and brass pol
ished. Takatn, 1281 Fort St.
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Cottage on Artesian Street $10.00
Cottage on Young Street $18 00 per
Dwelling house, Pensacola & Wil
der Ave, Large lot, stables and chick
en run. $25 00 per month.
a 1-4 acres adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increased.
7 acres Paakea fouft Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, atables, flet
nond. etc. Owner leavlna Honolulu.
Will accept any reasonable offer.
Lots In Kalmukl, cleared $300.00
For Over 60 Years
hat been tmd for over . rilX!
YllAKb br MjlLlONH of Molti.rs
INn. with cerfect cucceu. IT
by bnigeUts la every pari of the fvj
world. Ho sure ana Rile lor Mrs.
WlDtlow'e BuoiblnirBrTupsna take
no otaer ua. 33 btsu a scnue.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, eto. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: ::
The Weekly Kdltlon of the Evening
Bulletin giver a complete summary of
Urn, news of tho ill. For SH a year,
Evening Bulletin 75f P' month.
& SPORTS &
NO RETURN MATCH.
There will be no second fight be
tween Hulllan and Mdlvaln. The for
n.cr evidently does not want any more
ol the transport boy's game, as ho
tried to Insist on conditions which
v, ere Impossible, for the latter to ful
fill. He wished the stranger to conio
down to IIS pounds, a thing which
v cmhl be Just about as practicable an
asking Jim Jeffries to weigh In nt lrG,
Mclhaln Is right nt IKS. but a differ
ence of ten pounds would be moie
than he could stand and come Into the
'ring In anj sort of shape. This man
ner of behaving will not add to Bulll
an'n popularity lu this city. Ho
fi tight a fine light last Saturday and
ihuucd that when he was In proper
(biulltlon ho could chop MclUaln to
llices, but the race he had rowed In
the morning told too hard on him. In
rpltc of this fact, he 'seems to show
the white feather when a second bout
1 1 called for by tho loser, who had e-
ery reason to demand It. Mdlvnln
leaves on the Sherman and may net
tr bo been In this nart of tho country
I . "gain, but II he dues, he will be nc
corded a hearty welcome and tho
sport lorn will turn out to sec hint
fiyhl In swarms, lly his clean way of
fighting and taking tho bitter dose
which was glpn him In Woods' deci
sion, he has made many friends bote.
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YACHT RACE PROTEST.
Tho protest against the Prince's,
the yacht which finished first In the
rccorul -class jacht race on Kegntta
Day, was not decided last night, as
van expected. Tho matter was turn
ed over to Messrs. V. M. Mclnerny
and C. T. Wilder, tho Regatta Com
mittee of the llnwallan Yacht Club,
J by the Judges of the day, and both
.ino men inii'reticu nave ai;rivu id
1 abide by tho decision which they
I should make. Owlnrj to thci fact that
(leorgc Crozler, who brought the pro
I lest, was not In the city, having been
I calif 1 to the transport Sheridan at
lllarbcr's Point by some Impoitant
i work, tho decision lu tho matter was
lostponed till next Friday,
Tho decision made h) the Regatta
Committee will be final nud there Is
iio chance that the race will bo sailed
over, as this manner of deciding dls-,the
pules dues not appeal to the members
of the committee. I
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Next Sunday tho llaseball Park will
lo tho ocene of one of the most Inter-
estlng games of the season. This will J
le between mo uiuncsc Aimeiic anu
the Palamas. Thcso two teams tic !
fur the series at Aala Park and will ,
pla tin Ir tie-off on next Sunday, tho
rame commencing at 3:30. Tho Chi-1
nsc ore In fine futtlo and their out-of-
town game last Sunday has helped
them greatly In their practise. Tho
Palamas aro also strengthened for tho
gamu and will fight It out to tho last
There will ho n game, between tho
Alohns and the Metropolitans ns a
c urtaln raiser and this should also
provo Interesting, as tho learns nro I
very uvemy iiitiicucu. inn mhuik1 in
III tho city will find that they will bo
well icpald for their trouble if they
go to seo tin no two games.
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Tho annual meeting of tho Olympic
Club was held Saturday In the club-
house. San Kranclsco. After tho'lilonslilp title went to .miss hoiciikimi
members' meeting Iho recently eloet- J through the default of Miss Muy Hut'
cd directors organized. William . ton.
Orcer Harrison was roulccted pros!- Iloth matches were won In straight
dent. Kenneth Melrose vlco president. sets, but were rather investing con
II V. Itainsdell treasurer. John l.lllolt . sldcrlng the scores. The first match
secretary and Max Rosenfeld captain.
Paul Cowlcs, who has boon acting
president In tho absence of Mr. Hnr
rlson, retired gracefully In favor of
The, finances of tho club arc In splen
did condition. The Insurance Is com
ing In rapidly and the oirtclals expect
to collect the full amount. With this
and tho property cm Post street, the
club Is worth $430,000 frco of all In
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I,ewlston, Me., Sept. 7. In nn exhi
bition at the Maine State fair grounds
here today the stallion Masconoma (by.
Arlen) brokn tho world's two-mile trot-
ting record for a hulf-mllo track. Mas-!
coiioma reduced tho lime fiom 4:59 to
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WOLCOTT MAY FIGHT.
It Is very likely that Col ma will bo
tho sceno of the revival of tho profes
sional boxing game Instead of Han
Francisco. Billy Koche, the man who
represents tho fight trust of tho su
burban hamlet, Is after a match, and
It ho succeeds In landing It within
tho next few days It will bo brought
olt on September 24, or four days be
fore tho Haiilon Ilylaud go In this
Hoc ho Is making strenuous efforts
to match Joo Thomas and Joo Wal
cott for the welterweight champion-
rhlp ol tho world, the flgltt to bo a 25'
lound affair, lloeho pays he will glvo
tho men a percentage or else hang up
a pursu for thorn to battle for. He
figure:, that this lllit will draw
twelve or lirtecn thousand dollais,
oven In n little burg liko Colma,
Thomas has already sent a favor-
alilo tcp) to tho message of tho Col -
mit maguuiHuiiti 11 tut- uarnuuuea wun-. iiiaiieut pioperiy. summary;
der comes lluoiigh with a lllio answer Men's singles, championship round;
thu light will bet ananged to (tako Btils C. Wright, Boston, defeated Itob
placo on Sc'plembei 24. eit Leioy, Now York, C-4, 0-4, 4-0, 0-2.
If rtocho is unable to land Walcot.
and Thomas ho will make an endeavor
to sign up Lew Powell and Dick Cul
Icn. Powell Is still In the amateur
class, but It Is a pretty certain propo
sition that ho will be willing to turn
professional for n go with Cullcn pro
dded a suitable Inducement Is offered
Sol t.cvlnson announces that he has
matched Hilly Snallham and Johnpy
Crowe for a 20 round engagement at
Kverett, Wash., on the night of -September
28, tho same evening that Han
Ion and llyland will make passes at
each other. Tho men wll meet'- at
128 pounds at C o'clock. Snallham Is,
compelled to give away six pounds to
his opponent, but he thinks ho can
win and Is willing to tako tho chance.
He will leave for the north probably
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WOMAN SWIMS HUDSON.
NKW YORK, N. Y.. Sept. 10 The
record of swimming the Hudson river
was reduced by 1C 1-2 minutes jester
clay by Miss Alice Iltzgurald of this
tit). The swim was between points
where tho river Is one and three quar
ters miles wide, and Miss Fitzgerald
Jrwam It In 57 1 2 minutes. Miss Fitz
gerald Is 18 years old and about S feet
10 Inches In height.
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O'BRIEN V8. BEROER.
CIIICAUO, III. Sept. 7. Jack
O'llrlen passed through Chicago to
night for Ban Francisco, en route, to
Australia, where ho will fight Dill
Squires lor a $15,000 purse November
C. Ileforo O'llrlen got out of town.
Jack (lloason, manager of Sain Mer
ger, recent conqueror of tho Phlladcl
t Man. ainxcd his slenaturc to articles
! for a 20 round or a finish fight. The
bout will go to tho club otrorlng tho
best Inducements and each man
ngrees to pest a J200 forfeit when
an offer has been accepted by them.
O'llrlen agreed to postpone the
Squires match until December if n
better offer of a purso was made for
a bout between Derger and himself In
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The following was the standing of
clubs In the big Leagues In tho
Hast on September 11
New Yorl 78
St. l.ouls GC
Clubs Won. I.ost. Pet.
Chicago 100 32 .738
New York S9 45 .051
Pittsburg 81 48 .028
Philadelphia CO 70 .402
Cliicliinntl 50 70 .424
llrooklvu 51 77 .3W
W. Louis 48 84 .304
42 90 .318
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'I wo new cotst tennis championships
were developed recently on tho Hotel
llarael courts: Melville Ijhik wrosteu
tho title fiom (leurga Janes, while Miss
Hazel llotihklts of llcrkclev beat Miss
Dabrlrl Dobhli.s uf Los Angeles In the
Itnals of tho Mules' Blnglcs. The chain-
1 ... aa .-..I... ..
between Miss Hotchklss and Miss Dob
bins resulted In au easy victory for
the former. Tho llttlo Berkeley girl
outplayed her opponent fioiu start to
linlsh, and It was evident from Iho In
ception of iho match that she would
win. Miss Dobbins drove splendidly
at tlmos, but 'ier opimncut's strong net
game proved too much for the south'
The match between I.ong and Janes,
while rather one-sided, was closer than
the score would Indicate. Long won
the first set easily. He took tho llrst
two games, but lost the next two. Janes
failed to win another game, the set
going to Long. C
Janes had an excellent chance to win
tho second set. but was overanxious ut
the, irlllcnl moment and fell down mis.
cralily. He led at 5-4 und 40-15, but
instead of taking chances as lie did mi
all other times during tho match he
plajcd cautiously and g, fe Long two
easy chances. After getting on an
even footing Long ran tho set out cas
lly by n scoro of 7-5,
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Cincinnati. Sept. 8 fully 3000 per
sous witnessed the championship gaina
In the trl-Htata tennis tournament here
today. The rhampluns, Miss May Sat
ton and llcjla C. Wright, successfully
defended their titles.
Wright defeated Hubert I-eroy of
New York, and In so doing won tlm
Governor bowl, he having won the
'championship three consecutive, times,
The ladles' event was uiilo.no In thai
May and Kloronce Sutton, bisters, were
matched against each other for the
championship. May Sutton won two
stialght sets. She lias now won two
legi," on the lad,lcs' bowl, and If sie
; wins next J ear It will become her per
free from grit and acid. Pre
vents accumulation of tartar.
Will not injure the enamel of
the; teeth. Ask your dentist.
Ladles singles, championship round:
Miss May Sutton defeated Miss Flor
ence Button, 7-5, 0-2.
Mixed doubles, Duals, Miss May Sut
ton and A. C. Way defeated Miss Flor
ence Sutton and Joreph Bclden, 7-5,
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MILE IN JIBS.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 8. Dan Pntch
demonstrated his right lo the title ol
"King of Pacers" nt the State Fair
Orouuds this afternoon, by breaking
tho previous worlds record held uy
him. Tho mile was paced In 1:5 Hat,
clipping one-fourth of a second ott the
record established at 1-cxlnntoli last
season. The brown horso finished
strong, many unofllclal watches catch
ing thcflme a quarter uf a second fast
er than the judges' announcement.
Tho record was smashed In the llrst
quarter. After scoring. Henry Ilersey
brought the horse up fast to the wire
und the running pacemaker had a hard
time to keep (.head of Dan lo the flrM
quarter pole, which was reached In
:28Vi. The next quarter was made lu
At tho half a third runner picked up
the pacer and accompanied him lu the
Eire tch, Iho third quarter being paced
in :29Vi, nud the last lu :28. As the
time was hung up there was 1:1 eat
demonstration by the 25,000 spectators.
(iOSSIP OF THE
Clerks Hatch and Murphy of Judge
Dole's coult are being kept busy at
present Ming, naturalization papers for
the many residents of this city who
huvo not tuken advantage of their op
portunity before and aro now crowding
In lo be admitted to clllzeiiBhlp before
the news laws go Into effect on Sep
tember 27. There will bo at least
twenty aliens praying for admission
to the privileges of American citizen
ship tomorrow before Judge Dole.
Iho Crund Jury will have a chance
to thresh out the burning of the Mans
field homo on tho Walklkl Beach road,
which occurred sonic two'months ago
Tho inquest lu the case has never been
completed but will ptobably be fin
ished either this afternoon or tomor
low and tho entire testimony will bu
placed before the Grand Jury for ac
tion Whllo tlicro is a very strong
circumstantial ease against the owner
of the house which was burned, H.ero
aro some weak points In tho cade and
whether the testimony Ir Strang
enough to warrant an Indictment by
tho (Irnnd Jury Is not suro nt present
the entire morning In Judga ltobln
son's court was taken up with tho re
port of J. J. Dunne, acting ns amicus
curiae In tho matter of the estate uf
Mary A, Kuiieakea, which has been
threshed out befuro Jndgo Uobliison
with such contradictory testimony that
he appointed Dunne to hear the testi
mony, Dunne's testimony is almost
as contradictory as that which wax
given In the court, though It tends to
show that the claim of Illegitimacy on
the part of the deceased will be strong
THAW TRIAL HASTENED
New York Sept. 9. Lawyer llart
rldgo will have a confennco with the
District Attorney tomorrow and It Is
said an effort will bo made to fix, an
early dale for Thaw's trial. Thoiigh
the prosecutor lias declared Thaw's
caso will have to lake its regular turn
on the calendar. It Is believed by Uaw
jer Hartrldge that' when the District
Attorneys beam his vIcwh tho objec
tion to a speedy trial for Thaw will be
removed. Harry Thaw's defense for
the killing of Stanford White, accord
I n 2 tn seml-ofllclal Information friuu
tho District Attorney's oMlce. Is to ho
based upon a wrltton confession made
lo Thaw, shortly prior to her marriage,
by Evelyn Ncsblt, In which, it Is said,
she tells unreservedly of her associa
tions with Stanford White when alio
was n chorus glil In tlrorgo Lederer's
SALVATION SPECIAL MEETINGS
Rev, Dr. Holier Jones will speak on
"Tho Army from My Standpoint," on
Saturday evening, In tho hall, coiner
of King and Nuuanu streets. Tho
meotlug will commence at 8 o'clock.
Adjutant Bamberry will speak on
"Tho Harvebl," Sunday night. Tlicro
will be a children's demonstration on
Monday night, and the Bale on Tues
day night. There will be a spoqlal
cong ghoct. and a good pmgram for
all thu meetings. The) Army brass
band will play, liverybody Is rordlal
ly Invited to attend.
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No eandy that ever came to
Honolulu can comoare with
It Is simply delicious and
Assorted Chocolates, As
sorted Bon-Dons and Choco
lates and Marshmallows
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We also have a new lot of
Colliers' Swiss Milk Choco
late and Qhlrardelll's Choco
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Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Iran
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Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2832,
make good presents
for your friends. Best
selection In town at
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Eljte Bldg., Hotel St.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and .Modern 8UQAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and do
icrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES fof Irrigation
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