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Squabs In nny
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For a nice, smooth shave call at the
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Pictures artistically framed. Artists'!";; " ; . ;
materials for sale. I'arlflc Picture ,Ao"cY t0 .0J!1 ctx fi.r,t """Bne of
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All orders should b" left at tho Ha
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294 or Cottage No. 1 Hnnloleii l.nwu.
For houie-help, phone White 2291, Ma.
klkl. Uenernl Cniploymcnt Offico,
cor. Puniacola and llcretaula.
J'l THE ODJECT OF A Jj
jt Writing Machine!?
I is to enable dull men to make ')
ft their sayings understood. It ,;J
v often makes the sayitiQs of If,
t' brlnht men brighter. A Rem. yt
U ington has done more to ac- .
;i; compllsh results thqn any '(
t,l other meehlne, ',t
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Japanese Hotels Uikn
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cor, Emma and Berctanla Sts. Japan.
cfco and Chinese Laborers Supplied,
contract work of every Kind Under
taken. Tclephono Bluo 2181
K. FUJITA & CO.
FANCY BAMBOO ARTICLC3 MADE
NUUANU OPF00ITE KUKUI ST.
Tho Wcokly JMItlon of tho livening
Ilullctln giver u coinplcto summury of
the dowu or tho di.7. For SI a yeir,
- DAY, for Now Ada.
POH RI3N I'
Cool, mosquito-proof room. 783 Here-
aula H : Tel llluo i.Ml. 34S7 tf
1 ethers who thought that It was re- see that the action of IDs nrms anil
A few choice looms, very reasonable; ,eiige on his part to even up for legs almost exactly reproduce tlio
cleitrlc IIrIiIk baths Oiin Koral money iluc htm. Well,. It Is the sam movements of n man who Is drawing
Hawaiian Hotel. "IS Ileretnnla 81. !"J '"$; A'10 ",,tCr,, Tl?3 "' ll .TtSn nnnr'Uetween' hi.0 feet"
. ivas kill the gnr.ie, and If O Mara s placnl on thn floor between his toot.
"S1" irtatemuit It true It l n good thing' "His arms lomnln straight. His
' I the game was stopped beforr Mimo body becomes gradually nioro upright
Cool room, hot nnd cold water, clocblg fnl-c was framed up for the pub- a' tlio hlngo of the hip Joints. Ills
trie llglu, shower and bath, at The nc, lcga supply tlio real thrust as they
Majestic, Sachs block. rtCC.'l Tlila Ii what makes the wholo slowly and strongly straighten out
'jitilng look bad for Oilarn. lie claims nnd thn knees go Hat. That Is why
Cottage nnd housekeeping rooms, fur- Hint he brought Sullivan from Prison '"hen nn Hngllahman gets out of a
nlslieit. at Cottage Grove. Inuiilre under agreement I.vcrjono kni)s boat nftcr n hard raco bo can Bcurcc-
Nh . 3489 tf
Cottares In Chrlstly I.nno. Apply
Wong KwjiI. Smith St.. mauka Hotel.
'"""' front rooms at 122.1 Km
reasonable . 3401 tf
""l &t rent reasoname . jiui u
Newly Mrrlihcd mosquito proof roonn."u- " Siilllvnn. Why Old Ho not
at M Vineyard St 272S-U ' f m mlt hctfrv nn'' c" t,h" ,col'
ii i I.,. ..ii.,i.aiiii 1 1 i what wns going on? Ho heads his
" ' Utatement by saying Hint It Is In the
I ilUlJjIJOlUIlJtll Uil-lUO, statement. If It wns In the Interest
W.T. RAWLINS, ATTOnNEY AMD
""AE:1LLST.hJAnW' W 8TAr'"
OCH VALD DUILDINO.
A. J. DEHDY, D. D, 8.
BOSTON SUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR,
Tre DUSiriSS MAN'S HANDY IN
DE' - , publlctiu In the Saturday Dull
tin tnd Ihe Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of alt le-
u. - .l notices, call for tenders, Judg
iricnti, building permits and real es
"i iruinjcuune. tvcmnij uiincun,
Tfi per month. Weekly Dulletin
ty x &cr ycr
rTP 1?T i""1' """ wa,, nBKl1'' '" riri',ct' "tners , bamp'onshlp of the world, for n rnco
H Pi ft S VI lhal 8,,lllva" intlHlKctl In. but refined. ' m.n a..Uluer. it was thought at first
I'fSB U H XVM W "" wl ""'- "'"t Sullivan did oi ,,,,. ,. ,,. XU)I1, . i Ameilcm
t M jtkJ H X VaS bi mM ,,on '0,l,,. "" '0,' '"" ,,p- waters, but after n long controversy
AWvK? 5A V O XL tuusn there wns no one else. !, ,.nu nnativ ,i,-i,i,.i m mm In line.
Sro "Mllnrs for reralre of Locks,
K' ' ri"lc ,,0p' Snarpenin of
Klr.o Cutbry. lteir Unlcn Grill
MONEY TO LOAN.
leal I'Ktuto olio In lhreo vears. intin
(V limned on htorks, bonds nnd oiher """B nuivaia ine negro voinu nom
ll.Kt iluss seeiirltli'S. Tor ono jenr or " and ninny times Hnlllvnn might
Ii- Terms reasonable but lire'- havo llnlslnd Hie fight hail Woods
i l.i-s i mui ay required. Apply to separated them In time. During
(il.o. A 1VIH. Trustee. Room 21. tbeie pL-iloih bulb O'Mara and Sulll
c'a.upbill llloilt. 24:io lm va" pleaded with WimhIh to separate
- tliein nnd break Mcllvaln o.it of the
On Jewelry and merchandise Hawaii. iHlnchcs. Woods has evidently been
an Pawn Co., Nuunnti near King, rending of IMdle (Irnnev not placing
n baud nn flKhters while In iho ring
Umbrellas re-covered and brass
Ished. Takalu. U'S4 Kort St.
' Tablets for social correspon- .
Y, dencc Is tho popular form for
! high grades of paper. High.
V land Linen ic used by the St
( elite everywhere. The new J?
it tablets are In large size and j.
', the paper folds twice to fit In 5
?l tlio oblong style of envelope. X
i Blue or White. 4
i Hawaiian News Co., Ltd., I
j ALEX. YOUNG BUILDING 1.1
If ytu want first-class work
manship at n low price, call at
repair department of
Sctiuman Carriage Go,
QUEEN ST. NEAR FORT.
For Kidney and Bladder Troubles
j iy tin.n imi.t.i.ti.
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vs lS. ( i-ii
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Best Sc Smoke
r-'fiS'-T.rJ --r Wi
5UUIVAN DEIS (HARCES
Spor Ing clrrlos wnxed warm cs-
tenlny and O'Marn's signed statemeiit
was the sulijcct of much gossip. Soniu
were willing to bellevo that O'Slnra
mas telling the truth and there were
Ha O'Mnra acted ns Sullivan's train-lly
cr anil second while here. Ho claims
' l"vo known nil the Insldes to the
shady work was being framed up
nun iu imii.u iihuks nurse uu whs mu
ij" l... those Sullivan's gloves from
' "0 editor of tlio ring, nnd If there
, y nn ntiyn , lp ,M J(lflt aa
of sport and he Is such n good sports
man, wo nsk again: Why did he not
tncl.o his stn'ement before?
Now as to Hilly WoodV part In this
affair. O'Mnra claims that Woods
una rhosrti by Sullivan because he
"stood In" and would tnke orders so
as to give Sullivan all tlio best of It.
i The gloves may have been flc.l nnd
all or that hut we do not 'lilnlt nor
'can O'Mnra make us believe that Illl
I) Woods was a parly to any frnnie
up. Tlio wrllcr was a rlngsldo wit
ncfn to nil of the fights In question
and watched each fight cnrelully.
i Hilly Woods was chnc:i 'o rcferco
thcue bouts because ho was the only
man In Honolulu who knew any thin
nbout the gamo that would take the
iviiuiir Mililiy in ruiiTL-Liiiu, mm uu
got Just what others, who were asked
to mucin e. rscupcu. ilic wilier.
miirii umuiini ni win, nivnuii mu
i urn nunc Biiiman nun uer? wun iiin -
Iimy wooils lias nail tlic colillileree nilll Tl, ,,,. nl tntli lleach was
if Hin peuple hero nnd bis word a iim jnrds. nnd the previous rec
wlll Htni.il apatnit O'Mnra's. who must P,i r.-, tdu i.tu-ih n i mlmrn nnd
ndinM Hint, arllng as Sulllvan'it train
. . ....... .. .....
nnd sccind, he Is Jus. as guilt)
liiirlng the Melltnln-Sulllvnn fight
t sat In the first row of chairs nt Sul
livan's turner nnd hnd O'Mara In
Mont of me nil through the fight. Dur
ing this time O'Mara wts ndvUlng
Sullivan. Wncn thn latter would
nnd thought he would follow the I'rls-
1 en rcicrci-H lean in iiiis way vvoihis
proven slow ami let tiu two men iinng
togdher. During ibeso periods
O'.Muia was heard to cxelalm, "Ixipit
nt thai stiff WiHids: why don't lie
break them?" If Woods was In on
nny deal ho would hnvc been In a
hurry to pull Mr. Ncgio out of thu
clinches, so Hint Sullivan could lln
In tin other tlghtM that Siillhnn en
caueil In hero thev wcio luosrlv hikes.
IjlU'e must take tlio credit of u knock
s , out f nun Sullivan In this bout and
claim that Sllva laid down. Siilllvnn
could have put poor old Spider Welch
nwny with 20-ounco gloves.
ti H Ik impossible to say ns to the
t j i (null Ion of I lie gloves, as It would
jijmvo been necessary to handle them
to notice their" condition. Wo do re
member Hint all were old gloves with
thn exception of those used In tho
Inst contest bu'wecn Sulllvnu and Mc
llvaln. How nidi an old singer as
Welch would fall for such n trick Is
tnoro than wo ran understand.
O'Mara and Sullivan enmo to Ho
nolulu on it transport nnd at that with
out n ticket, Tho steward might tell
an Interesting story of the two oung
sera who Juggled hash on their way
to Honolulu. Well, this is tho wny
O'Mnra bought Sullivan hU meal
ticket to Honolulu. Now O'Murn Ih
sore betauso ho fees hid thicc squares
Siilllvnn, when seen In regard to
this affair, denies It ull, and Is only
sorry that Hilly WooJs was dragged
Into tho erandal. An long as there
Is boxing thuro will bo dnil: transac
tion!), tho same ns In politics, busi
ness nnd all sports anything to get
A thorough Investigation of thu
wholo affair will bo published In tho
fportlng culiimnu of this paper on
v. n ::
London, Sept. 13. The I'ortnlghtly
Itevlcw has tho following to say ie
gnrdliiR thu differences between thu
l.ngllsh nnd tVmcrlcnu styles of tow.
,lng, cikpccl'illy lutcrcHtlng In vlaw of
thu presence In London or tho Hut-.
uid American crew:
"In KnglanA wo have developed n'
stvle Hint means uwluglnc back tho I
Ithoiilders and body on the pivot of i
tho hips, uud luvolrcH keeping tho
'nuns nli nigh ns long ns pobslble.
I When iho poElllon of the oar hnndlo
malic straight nuns an Inipossiniiiiy
wo do not begin to pull with them, i
but wo shorten thorn by bending them .
ut .ho clbow.s, nnd wo allow tho body
weight to cimtlnuo Its ctfect upon thu
blado until we uhoto It out of tho wa-'
Ier with u liual push of nur feet
against tho stretcher, instead of pull
BtT-MtTtNV HONOtDLU. t.nu 8ATUnDAY,'SnPT.'2D, 100G?
- - - - s - :-ii--.- r- -s.
Ing It out of Ilia water Willi n snap of
1 "If ion roiild take nn l.nnllsh oars-
man as lie Is heated In an eight. Just
at tlio start of n stroke, anil could tilt
up the lioat until tlio bows were
straight In tlio air nnd tlio rudder at
mo not.om or no river, you wouiti men
walk, but ho could ptobably do nl
most anything he wanted to do with
"Now, tho effects of this stylo nrcj
threefold. It uecs thn strongest pio
pclllng muiclcs In tho human frame.
It uses every ounco of weight of tho
body It can bo lowed when a man la
to tired that ho can senrccly sec the
back In fiont of blin.
"The greatest difference of nil In
he way In which tho two countries
look at towing Is contnluetl In tho Inct
Hint wo recognize wo nro human, and
therefore must grow tired, while
Americans produce their thcmles
about pace nnd action an If they hnd
perfect nnd Inexhaustible machinery
o work upon. American conches de
velop n tlioory nnd prove It on the
bank. Then they piocced to train
their men's muscles by gymnasiums
and tanks to stand the extra strain
which tho theory will put upon them.
When a couch hat got them to do a
good time ngnlnrt the watch ho Is also
(.atlslled that tho theory of his par-
Iciibr 's lokc Is correct."
Nov York, Sept 16. Hlalno Gold-
j 3- n10 mad,, ft new KWlmilllllg rcc-
lr,i ttt jntli lleach tho other day,
Ing. who made n new Kwlmnilng rec-
nnnaiinrcii Hint ulie has nceuptcd tho
(,aleuge iMiud by Helen Kellerinnn
" - ----"-
J HiinmU. iield liy Miss tjohlliig's sit
ier i:t!nl, nm. uncased. Tho new
reeonl Is 1 minute 20 2.3 soionds.
Theie wns at lrn some dlspiitu nbout
the length of the course, rnmo of thu
olllil.ils declaring lb.it she had not
swam .be proper lingtb, but nftcr n
heated dlbcuscloii It was finally at
:: : n
If "Young" .Nelson, "Demon" Sllva,
"tircck" Anderson, Ah Sam mid the
rest of those 'ciniU lighters were
knocked out with lighter gloves than
Hid regulation. It serves them good
nnd right. Tho first duty of n good
second Is to Inspect the gloNcs nnd
the other man's bandages. Ho also
stands mid wntcbet, thu other fellow
put on his gloves. A second who
would permit n fnko pair or milts be
ing run In on til m Is certainly a dub
nnd II It Is thu truth ho has received
u good lescon.
Ah Sam, (Ircclc Anderson mid De
mon sllva all claim that they were
knorked out. If wo icinoiiibor cor
rectly, they nil quit.
Tlio mitts used In theso bouts wcro
nil mndo by Sol I.cvliisoii of San
Kiuiulsru and iinjono who Is fnmlllnr
with these gloves knows Hint often
times different-colored libbons (nine
In n set. Wo do not claim that these
gloves vvero not tampered with, but
will wait fcr stronger evidence than
has so fiir liicn put forth.
So Spider Welch, who hns had on
for cnlln&, clrlnklni;, nnd cooking
I'uic, Delicious, Nutritious
Drrolf-t Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tint
Gfrman Swrtt OiccoUtr, 1-4 lb. ealei
I Tor 5nlr by Ix-ndlnti Groccrv
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
-15 IIIC1I.T AWAKDS IN EUKOPE
Vi!4iiilt.in clrl who i Inltus the
S ounco gloves fi thousand times, used
n pillow against Sullivan. Well, ho
must bo nn nwful dub If ho can not
tell a 5 ounce glove nftcr nil his ex
perience. tt t: it
Tho Diamond Heads will meet nt
tho Y. M. C. A, on Tuesday evening
nt 7:30 o'clock.
n tt n
Thero will be no regular game of
cilcket nt Mnklkl tmjay.
Tho ynchts Kamehamchn, Knpnlel,
Gladys, llawnll, Palotun and llclcno
will all start In tho lace for the Ad
miral Hnckley cup tomorrow1 morning
nt li n. m.
The course will bo 40 miles over n
triangle. This will bring out nil of
the different sailing qualities or the
Tlio tourso Is as follows: From
HlBhop'n wharf out past Iho light
house, to a stnkcho.it on Dlnmond
Head; thence to Harbor's Point and
finishing nt the bell buoy.
Tlio Wnlnlae, Knlmukl and Palolo
Improvement Club held Its annual
mcel'iig Inst night, electing the fol
lowing officers for tho ensuing year:
i: A. Doiithltt. president: Krnnlc
Webster, vice president; David W.
Anderson, secretary: O. V. Iivsted,
trcnsuier; A. K. Clark. Mr. Itamsey,
. It, Hath, C. W. Crnndall, David
.. K. Myers, tho retiring president,
reported as follows:
In reviewing tlio work of tho club
In the past we can cer.nlnly feel tnnl
considerable good has been nceom
pllshed, but wo must not rest on our
laurels, ns tho tutu re needs of the
districts mu many.
It will not bo necessary for tue lo
speak spec Ideally of tho work ahead
of us, or the work that has been done
during the past year, Tho icports
from tho chairmen of tho neveinl
co'iimlitcca will more fully cover
these points. Wo nil know of many
Impinvenicnts that should be cmiled
out. nn dn vigorous campaign riust
b-- planned for
It Is very Impor ntit that the organ
izn.Inu of tho club should be main
tained, unil thu stiongest support
iliould be given tlio executive.
Iho nuwly elected iilllrern will no
doubt soon (ommuiilrntu to you their
pinna for the year's woik ahead of
'hem, nnd ou should give (hem your
best support. Ho loyal to jour nlllcera
mid thu cliili. Cooperation Is abso
lutely necessary to get tho best ie
xults. If ou feel that you aru not directly
benefited by the woik already dune,
P, O. BOX 40.
The Rough Rider
King of 5c Cigars
AN EXCELLENT- NEW SMOKE
FOR PARTICULAR ISLAND SMOKERS
After concluding) to Introduce a new moderate priced clnar
In this market, our buyer selected THE ROUOH HIDER as the
one superior to all others offered.
"Why?1' Prlnclpslly because tt Is not made from "shorts,"
33 Is often the case with 0-ctnt cigars that possess the flavor,
quality of tobacco nnd other good features found In 10 cent
Another reason was that the ROUGH RIDER CIGAR has an
extenslvo popularity amojij choice smokero where It Is known.
That alone was strong evidence of Its worth.
You will secure an-A-1 smoke If you ask for
The Rough Rider
Sole Honolulu Agents
New Cigar Store,
Corner Hotel dnd Fori Streets.
do not feel discouraged. Your turn
will come. In the meantime, consider
that cvciythlng done along the line
or Improvement In nny of tho districts
benentu us ono and all.
I wish to thank tlio members who
hnvo nsslstcd oo well in the club
work during the yenr Just closed, es
pecially thu members of tho various
nnmmlltcpri nntl tho nllleerH who huvu
given mo such splendid support. l.el
us (ivory ono continue to work for tho
general Impiovemcnt of the district
covered by our club. j
i:no K. MYDIIS,
The report -of C. SI. V. Korster.
treasurer, showed disbursements of
("C0.2." and n balance on hand of ?"7. i
It ulso stated that thlrly.twn mem'
hers had been added to tho roll
It was decided by vo:o to work for
tho following objects: To )invo thu'
mntlcr ol toads. Including Govern-!
in en t continuation of avenues and '
streets on thu plans of tho different
tinets, taken up wl'h tho authorities;
to havo frontages on Wnlalao road
Improved; lo havo distances of
Warm Weather Wearables
Our suits for Autumn weather nro
cool and comfortable as well as nobby
In nppenrancc. Our now styles nro
Htilklngly hnndsoino mid will appeal
to luitlcuhir gentlemen. These spe
cial 1'all suits havo created n great
deul of Interest among tho Island's
Jiest dressers. Alwnjs plcasiuit to
wear. Why not dross comfortably
when Jim can do It economically In
the best fubhlon at THIS Storo?
Aren't These Prices Right?
Any t-lzo Sinn's Bulls from a I.argo
nnd Ilandnomn Assoitmcnt
I it- $8.50
CI HOTEL STREET
houses from Ktrcct lines regulated; to
have Palolo road top dressing repair
cd; to secure a illioct road across Kn
Imiikl trnct to Diamond Head boule
vard; lo obtain ndci'tinto water stor
age; to work for n 10 minute enr ser
vice on tho I.lllhn-Wnlalnc route.
The Salvation Army holds mrcllngJ
every night, oxicpt .Monday and Wed
nesday, In the hall, corner of King nml
Niiunuii streets, commencing nt S
o'clock. Sunday services: llollncx-i
meetlng'nt II n. iu. Sunday School and
llllilc clasi at !! p. in. Young People's
Legion meeting at 6 p. m. Snlvatlnn
meeting at N p. m. The brass band will
play. ,U the Oriental Oulposl, 108 .','.
llerelnnl.i nveniio, meetings every cven
lug.,exccpl Sunday, at C:30 o'clock. Sun
day school ut !:.t0 n. in., every Sunday.
Sunday schcol on School street, uonr
l.lllh.i street, at 2:.1 every Suiuluy nf.
lei noon, Kvcrybody Is cordially Invit
ed to attend tho meetings. Adjutant
mid Sirs. Ilambcrry Iu charge.
sy"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
TEL. MAIN 171.
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