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EVENING BCLTJ5T1K, HOKOMJUI, T. II.. SATURDAY. SKPT. 22.-1908.
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
Mu Page 8. NBW TO-OAY, for Now Ada.
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1 large unfurnished room with bath
nttnchcd; walking dlstnnco to town.
Aililioaa "A.," Iliillctln offlcc.
8oft, clean rags for wiping dcllcato
mnchlnrry, nt Iliillctln offlcc. Ap
ply Cashler'H desk. 3378 tt
Competent man to do llircc hours ot
bookkeeping every day. Address
Cool rooms, hot nml cold water, cite
trie llsht, shower and bath, at The
.Majestic, Saihs block. 2 16C-1."
I SPORTS S
Ministers Were Mistaken
in Occupation Of
fntfnon nmt lirttttmTlorttilni inmna fiitv
ulslird,. at Cottage Orovc. Inquire ' f'!"6"? n'c wondering what the short
NO. S. 348Mf
Collates In Chrlstly Lane,
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hole!
3492-lw's furnished front rooms nt 1223 Km-
mi lit.; rent irajonablo ,
Dy Kngllsh graduate nnrso to take rare
of Invalid or children; would travel.
Addrets" A. (1. K. 3., llullotln.
riue comer lot In Maklkt. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and ull Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IU F., this offiio.
Cool, mosqulto-proof. room 183 flerc
tanla St , Tel. llluo 2151. 3187-tf
Newly furut'hed mosquito proof rooms.
t St Vineyard St. , !72S-tf
The old-established "Popular House";
45 furnlslied rooms. Kent $50. per
month with 17 jcars lease to run.
Call nt 1249 Kurt street. 34SGtf
Tbo great Knhtihu Rnnch, containing
1S4.000 acres, with aver) thing ex
cept my grip sack. Apply Col S.
Morris. 3408 tf i
Lady's gold watch, monogram M. C. A,
on Kallhl road. Howard at this of
lite. . . - 34S9-1W
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8F.LLORAT-LAW. 602 STAN
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
Squabs In any
3472-tfi The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
1 DEX, published In th Saturday Bull
ia wecKiy r.umou oi mo BveiiuiKi un ana tne weekly edition, glvts a
turn the dusky fellow half round and
that onto tent him to the mat for tho
tount of nine nnd only to hnvo the bell
clang with a welcome sound to tho
negro nnd his friends.
The writer was sitting In Sullivan a
corner during the light nnd heard nnd
,.w nil ,tnt .1 nni nn thorn. It was
Now that the ministers haVo brought noticed that after the llflh or sixth
over a knockout punch to the lighting round the coon went to his corner
. - ! .... . . ... .. . 41.- ..... .. mn.l MIAfv IfllltlM
same wenic wondering wlial tug Miorr i;iukh t ic vim """ - ' T
haired fraternity will do to earn meal "'l then would mine out lroiiK. S"';
tickets Hum received Instructions to hold back
Ileal html graft looks bad to such for the first two minutes and then to
men of leisure as Messrs. SuliU nn, Mc- '"' Ik1'1 1,iir" Siill'vaii tired
Knddcn and O'AIara. taml did not have the steam to stop the
To take n jilpo nt any one of theso heavier man.
thiee ou would never Ininglno thai We must gle the stranger credl
the boxing game N brutal, still Mr. for, being gnme, as he took n good
Clergyman rays It Ii and we lan not clouting. In the sixth round when Tic
dispute the gospel. Ah wo wcro say. f""led Sullivan It looked an though he
lng, u look nt one of these mitt nrtlsts tried to do ns Hit Nelson did, IOte on
would not Impress ou as beholJIng '"i. imck v jui. cum.,.B -a
brute. Take Jack, the "Yellow Kid." end. at this period was heard to yell,
for Instance. lie has the appearance. "He don't like It Dick, he want to
of n real red sunflower In full bloom. .Quit."
Jack T.nlka the sticct with a pprlinfl Now " " fight goes the limit the
iu hit step and bears all the wrmnrks referee lus to weigh a great many
of a. real capitalist, nnd to sec him Points. He must take Into cocsldcrn
standing In front of that lubricant sta.- tlon first the man who has had the
Hon known as the Pantheon you would '""1 In 'he gicater numlHT of round"!
think Hint he owned n sugnr phntn- he must consider the cleverness
Hon. Upon 1I030 Inspection Jack does f the two men and the cleanest blows
not show any of the mnrks of the vnr- struck, a knock down It very much
Ions encounters that he ling Indulged 8alnst n man nnd the condition of the.
In during his ring career. Ills teeth wo n(,' t 'he end of the bout must
arc still In the same old place, earn du uc considered. The aggressor must
Uot icscmble that weed known ns the ni he overlooked as the man who
cauliflower and although Jack's noj carries the fight to his opponent must
points toward the sky he claims that l entitled to somo points In n dccl
lt was uot caused from nn uppercut but.10"- " summing up this battle nny
from locating sou-) kitchens In dear one who can see two men In n fight
old 'Frisco before' ho set n tnblc o will agrco that Sullhan was the more
his own. Yes, Jnck Is nil Intact nnd clcvir of the? two, Mcllvoln knew1
as oolld ns n rtnl Iron kopeck. And nothing of tho'lner points of tho game.
I when In condition and stripped for a record of the, blows that lamteil
.ring encounter he would make any ot had been kept It would be seen that
our nntl-boxlng'frlendt look like 1111 8ulllvp.n landed two to the other fcl-
Invalid, "fl.iv fur mo" nlil Jnpk lint Ion "a one nnd perhaps more, Sulllvun
I nm clail Ihn IiotIiib cnnio Is nan. t blocked and got under most of the
Tttilletln gives n complete summary of) concise and complete resume' of all la. only was In thu game for tbo exercise darkey's attempts. 1 can see him now
tho news ot tbo day. For SI a year, o.-.l notices, call for tenders, Judq-'lhat I received nnd have other minus ducklngithat wild right and throwing
lm .... ' . . . . . a . 1 . . . 111. .IijiiiIiIa. Inln tl.A .tnarn'o fclntrtn,.!.
incnts, buliaina otrmlts and rest ea '" suppori. 1 nm a mixaiogisi 01 no -.- - ..-, . v.
Ulnnk books of all sorts, ledgers, tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,1 mean Hblllty and enn tlwajs rutlo a
etc., manuracturcd by the UUUatlD Pub- 75( per month. Weekly Bulletin,
llshlng Coinpnny si oer year.
lianilrome llvlig with '.he whltu
apron. 1 am expecting any minute to
For a nice, smooth aliava call at tha
Criterion Hhop, 1111 Fort SL
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
AH orders should bo left nt the Ha
waiian News Co., Young bldg. Phone
291 or Cottngo No. 1, Haalelca l.avvu.
See Hastings for rtpalra of Locks,
Key., Music boxes, 8narpenia cf
Flno Cutlery. Itear Union Orllt
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise The
Carlo Pawn Co., Nuunnti nr. King.
flicre was hut oncv knock down and
Sullivan scored that and almost put his
man away. Had this round lasted nn-
havo n cnll from Goldtlcld to come on "ther minute no decision would have
and announce for them nt the (lium neciicn. When me goiiK sounacu
Urltt light. You know the local rep for the end of the fifteenth Sullivan
th.it I have In this line." McPadden had tho lad Trom tho transport tied In
came hero a couple of cars ago and n kn"1 nni1 n11 hut out In this round
was poorly rcctlved by the light fans, Sullivan did all.thc fighting nnd know-
who called him all torts of things but ''" "'at the last louud counts, gained a
n nuliior Tirir unrkni iiimroir inin lead that certainly entitled him to the
I the good gracci of the sports and other decision by if mile. Wo ndmlt Th.it
1 iwnnin I.., Ma n..n.i i...t, .. . in .,! ,.- Mcllvatii was tne nccrcssor nnd this
Jack can have anything that he wunti la tho only nrgument In his favor, but
In this burg but a set of.boxlng gloves, when It I considered that ho was ten
Dickey says hands off these disgraceful pounds heavier than Sullvan It was a
goods. Jack and Dickey would diuvv 11 natural consequence. It Is. however,
swell house for n flflccn-iouud go. I easier to flghUn man who comes to
So much for McFnddcn. Now our ' than n man who Is backing up and
friend Sullivan. Who would'lhlnl." Iin "hen the negro did not come Sullivan
was u prizefighter? Line up a dozen
young men of this, city nnd the chauccj
nrc that out of ten selections Siilllvau
For cutlnf?, (lrlnkln&, nnd cooklnp
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U U. . PAT. OMIOI
BruWsil Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tint
Bitter's Chocolate (uiuwcctcncd), 1-2 Ib.calci
Germin Swnt ChocoUte, 1.4 lb. dies
Tor Solo by Lcnclina Ctoccts
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
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. AND AMERICA
Wiiat' , Burial Contract
iil DbFor You .
Every man nnd woman In the Territory, whether rich or poor, should
I become a member of the Harrison Mutual Burial Association.
A proper bkrlal la assured every member.
In case of dtath, whether from accident or natural caused, n. $100 fu
neral Is given 01 Class A members, and a ?M funeral to Clacs U membora,
Funeral ccrvlcen may be held from the heme, or from the Association
1 Rooms, as relatives or friends may wish. Members become fully protected
for all benems irom .no moment iney receive tneir mei.iocrsnip cemritvue.
Any percon n good health, from 1 to 70 yearo of age, io eligible for
After payment of membership fee, there la n further cost than an oc
casional smalt assessment to pay the share In the funeral expenses of a
It Is the cheapest and most important beneficiary ever offered to the
Ass n Undertakers
SCCnCTAflY'O OFFICE, ALAKEA ST. near KINO ST. Phone Main 411.
For house-help, phone Whit 291, Ma
klkl. General . Employment Office,!
cor. Pentacola and Dcretanla. I
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. Takatn, 1234 I-'ort St.
Flni Jo Printing at tha Bulletin.
cn&trt'.?!iV-iw-.7-it,;v n rziZ&
Everything for the
J; office and every line
jj-just a little bit cheap
I er . than the other
i fellow sells it.
If yeu want first class work'
manshlp at a low price, call at
repair, department of
Schuman Carriage Co..
QUEEN 6T. NEAR FORT.
Orders For Stock.
W. E, DELLINA leaves for
tho Coast within 10 days, and
those wishing stock of any
kind will do well to call at the
CLUB STABLES FORT ST.
TEL. MAIN 109.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFriCE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2131,
Wank hooks of all surtx, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
Bishop Trust So;,
on Fort Street $25.00 per
Cottage on Artesian Street $10.00
Cottage on Young Street $18.00 par
Dwelling house, Pensacola &. Wil
der Ave, Large lot, stables and chick
en run. $25.00 per month.
2 1-4 acrea adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increared.
7 acres Paakea (out Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, stables, fish
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolulu.
Will accept any reasonable offer.
Lots In Kalmukl, cleared $300X0
would not bo chosen by our mission
ary friends for tho lighter. Dick louka
moro llko a ribbon Willie than a box
r. Ho dresses neatly, hchnvcj. him
self, does not smoke, drink or gamblo
Olvo us n town full of Sulllvana nnd
the Ministers. will bo saved the truublo
of shutting' the doors of the saloons
nnd tobacco Joints. There Vould mi
nunc. There la not a blemish In Mr.
Sullivan's make-up. Still they claim I
wns foxy enough to lead him on,
If any one got tho worst of It from
the referee it was Sullivan. After he
would meet Mr. Negro with a right
swing or 11 hard wallop that would
stagger the dusky boxer, the latter
was inclined to hting-mi nnd although
Sullivan's seconds .ir.-l tho crowd
pleaded with Woods to brcuk thcui the
latter did not have tho ability to ecp
urate the twri men nnd seemed to he
laboring under the Impression that the
boys wcio boxing straight rules. "
The refcrvos decision was good and
the game Is so brutal. Take 11 glume nnjonc who did not take down his bet
, .rlmi tn.r. , t l.iat- .11111A11-A11I f priht n
at any ball jilajcrs' mitts nnd see the
broken Angers. Why don't they stop
linscimll? lou will temember that
Klnglnnd was put In the hospital from
injuries leeched from n game playcJ
here this ccaum. Several placers had
their hands smashed, ankles turned
don't knuw n right ujiucr-cut from a
Sullivan fought tho samo style light
that ho has shown In every eniountcr
he hns had here. If ho docs to learn
to swing and hook with his left, to
bend and body and leant a ktrntght
kept on file at E.
8 1 n o Agency,
124 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
D mada for-lt
For Over 60 Years
has "been iwM for over H1X1 V
ysakh oy aiibMUKn oc Moiner
Willi perfect sucmm. IT
SOOTIllIS tho C11ILT), 80lri:N3
llm HUMS, ALLAYS all pain,
CURES WIND COLIC, and il tho
by DrugRlEtt la every iiart of tho
woriu. xio euro utiu I..K icr nrs.
and spiked. Huvo you ever seen (lit ."K"1 tu "" "end "o will never get very
...... .. . .. . .'f.H lit ,ltn linvltt. .irtt.l
water uuckci rutucii over tnc nan nciui'"' " " "" ..u,
to bring sumo pluir back to earth
Yes, and there Is moro money bet In
u siMEOit on baseball In this city than
thcio is In two years of boxing. Tlicru
Is no itso, bringing football Into the
argument. It Is a rough game and
that Is whatimakcj It both liitcicntlng
to spcitator and player, liver hear ot
any ono being crippled skating? When
the rink opeucd hero tlicro wcro mom
broken nrms, ankles, and heads than
could be kept tab on. Why don't they
stop everything that thcio Is sport Iu
and have nil the boys Join the Old
Jlalds' Club? '
We vvcic telling you nt n left-handed
l lad by tho namo of Sullivan. Just ui
present he owns nn luteiost In an ull
i Joint thnt Is pajlng well, Dick mi)u
that It Is Jiibt as well that the Mil hns
luui-n us ue cxpcctcu tu retire, ijuxiutf
Is too Btrcnuou? fur Dick and ho chlinj
that he can mako an cjslcr living.
Sullivan claims that tho sunny shorci
of Huwali still look good to him uud
that ho may noon stait in business on
a large scale.
'1 lie manly ,irt uf uctf drfrmo niuot
fiow take a let nud thu sports be tat.
Iblled with tcidlng of tho bouts that
tuku .n)aco In tbo land v. here tbcic ui(
moro liberal thinkers.
v l '4 ,. ,
nJow'8ooUitnir8vrupniiJuio M . Did )Ou notice tho jirlndpnl Kltkcro
other kind. M-fcnttaBcttleInt , flRht tho ollcrnlBntiUhJ,. ,.
James Carroll, who has been a rcsl
dent or this city for tho past thirty
live jcars, died suddenly last nlgbt at
the homo of J, Donovan, who lives In
Iwllcl near tho oil tanks. On Friday,
Carroll, who was G5 years of ago,
fctuinblcd as ho wau going out of a
rfcstuuraut and fell, cutting his head
nboro iho left eye. Tho wound was
sewed up and dressed by Dr. Cooper,
who attended to It again yesterday
ttint-ti I It t ntiil ItiiiPA unnmml tr lm lid
"pfiml iurt,ic'' Injury, Carroll went homu
wiin Donovan yesterday shortly after
noon and they both lay down to sleep..
When Donovan woko up nt C o'clock
ho fuund Carroll dead, A coroner's1
Jury was linpanclcd'niid tho Inquest
will ho held Sunday afternoon,
Tho dt'cunsed was very well known
Iu this city, where a son and two
married daughters live. -Ho also
leaves a sicond xon, residing in San
I'inndfccn. llo was u wheelwright by
trade ami was ono of tho host men In
his line iu the Islands. Tho burial
will nko placp nt Pearl City tomor
W.W. Wright Go.
have opened a noraeshoe
Ing department hi connec
tion with their carrlaga
ahop, etc. Having secur
ed tha services of a .first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, ;: :: :: ::
jcico vvoous line given ins ucutiuii;
uuo paper in us iircouui ot mo usiu,
claims that it well known iiUomey
shook his fl:t under tho rcfcico's 110-50
Did you cur ice or hoar tell of u man
who knew anything ()f lighting, tank
ing his II sj under a niun'b note?
Thoi,c who m.'irto complaint ns tu the
decision were lawyers, doclnru or Iiul
Inoas men who naturally bympathlzid
.with the fellow who was taking it beat
ing. They could, see the" big dusk al
low always coming forwaid with hu
wild swing and punches. Do these
fellows who squeal about the decision
know that thcro la such n thing ns a
bner by clever frlllm? drawing n man
nut co that ho will make the nltai It
and Iu fo doing leave hlinsilf ojien to
vvell-dlreitPd blows' Did thcue kiiiio
The Weekly Kdltlon of the Evening j kickers S07 that right hnhd of Sulli
Bulletin giver a conplcto Summary of van's shoot Into Mcllvuln's libs every
tho news of tho dy. For 81 a yti , time that ho went to horo In? Pcihapa
- - they missed that ttralght led to thu
Evening Bulletin 75 pe month. head and those right swinge that would
if there's a more deli ght
it hasn't been put on
Why not go, down there to-
St. Clair Bidgood.
liiuuk books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Hullatln Pqb
Evening Bulletin 75 ptr month.
How to Sleep Well
WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND
BEST-ASSORTED STOCK IN
-unitAJi hjiji )(Xn')lit)t
X OUR PRICES ARE BEDROCK "
K . "
;f )t K Jt K tf Jt JC- KUXKXMt
Coyne Furnitare Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Home of Good Things
PA 1 1UI lM Cream Pariors' Caniiy Fac,0,y'
r HLIffl ' Bakery and Lunci Room
Frozen Pelicucies for Summer
You will enjoy your meals these hot summer days If you have a frozen
Most every one can afford to have these delicacies and fall to do so
only because It Is Iota of troublo ordering the Ice, milk, and other irigredl
ents. Then the making disarranges the kitchen's usual routine. But this
It not necessary. THE PALM sells Ice cream, sundaes, water Ices, and froz
en puddings to families. It will cost vou less to buy the cold dessert from
uo and it will be as good aa you would make and likely much better than
your Orients! servant could. " '
" A . . m Uft-I-.'
1 10 nv . bin
Ludwigsen & JunKclaus,
If you can get your clothea mad to your individual measure for
the same price aa you pay for ready-to-wear truck, wouldn't you
take the opportunity? We charge the tame aa the ready-to-wear
people," but we give satisfaction.
Our aulta for $25. are beyond comparison In thit town. ,
Cn A TV7-U HOTEL STREET,
vjeo A. Martin, oPp.unten.
It's the Type Bar, Tbat Does It.
How it fits, what it bits and where it hits
it tells the whole story of typewriter worth.
THE MONARCH type bar hits in plain sight that -is visible
THE MONARCH type bar hangs in plain sight, 60 as to be
easily gotten at.
THE MONARCH type bar hits a rigid carriage and so gives
a clear, clean impression of the type.
THE MONARCH type bar always hits where it ought,
because of its firm bearings,
THE MONARCH type bar needs no guide because of its
patented, broad, pivotal, frictionless bearings.
THE MONARCH type bar hits a 6harp, snappy blow and gets
out of the way " as quick as lightning."
THE MONARCH type bar hits a strong stroke 'with an easy
touch of the type key. In fact,
THE MONARCH type bar
hits the right thing in the
right way in the right place
nnd keeps on doing it and
hence the Monarch Type
writer is the typewriter of
the prdscnt and of the future.
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Agents for Hawaiian l:lands.
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