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tVKNINO BULLETIN. HOHOUTLP. T II . SATURDAY. OCT. 27. 190G.
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let In office.
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Ily Japanese expuleinul cook. In prl
vate fanill) Address (leorge llliu
oka, I' O Hoi. 'J30 3'ili) lw
Cool rooms, hot and cold water, elec
trie lights, sUuwtr and hath, at the
.Majestic, Slacks block. JHCl
Housekeeping rooms, "lit, quart) Si
nr Alapal good lew )!.! month
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Cottage, housekeeping rooim, furnish
cd, can stove. At Cottage Cruvo
Cottages la Cbrlstly I.ane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith 9L, mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 V.m
ma St.; rent reasonable
Newly furnished mosijultu proof rooms
at 84 Vineyard St 2728-tf
Ilfrl. biovvn horse murkid A 1'"
Howard If returned to 1719 Nuiuuu
Ave 3.2! lw
Ulank books of all sorts, ledgers
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Mrs Hodgson Teacher of piano and
singing Studio- '.'13 Vlucvnrd
street, ne-ar Kinma strict Taunt)
years' expe'rlcnca In Kurlnnd and
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ensures good touch, nccurnto time,
eorrect lingering nnd s)inpatbetlc
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have opened a lioreeehoe
Ing department In connee-
tlon with their carriage
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pared to do all wotk In
truded to them In a flrst
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Y. M. C, A, MEMBERSHIP
Colt 15, A Year,
It Inctudci gymnasium elaitee,
bathe, reading room anil library, o
elite anil enlrllnment, and other
thing, with u"' I''" ,a 'I11'1"1
IIOTI.I. ALAKHA 0T0,
Kiirnlshed rooms Hented In suit the
times. Helen's Couit, Adams I .a lie,
furnished room, 1 1 00. cool,
due I'lioui ID II lllue
flue corner lot In Malllkl.
water, frntt and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cart and Puoahou
College. Address It. K this office
The old established "Popular House";
40 furnished rooms. Kent (SO. Pr
month wltb 17 ears' lease to run
Call at 84 Kurt street. 34CCtf
loo inn) pln apple plants urn! 100 noo
pineapple stools l'rlcc $10 to $20
per luuo Addrcks A. W K tines
tt unlaw u. 3521 lw
The great Kaktihu Itanch, containing
184,000 acres, with everything ex
cept my grip rack. Apply Col S.
Norrls. 3408 tf
Souths In any
'lerritorlal warrant No S&8 for $15 IS
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Nowell I'inder kindly have at Au
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St.opp Catholic Mission. 3D0J tf
(lol.l ihaln and locl.it
left at tliltt otllie
Hew aid If
Umbrellas recovered and bras
Ished. Tukalu. 1184 Kort bt.
See Hastings for repair of Lock,
Keys. Music Uoxej, Bnarpentaif of
Finn Cutlery. Rar Union OrllL
mi..u. l, iM,.ii,. .h. , .!.,
Mission koa furniture made to oror.
Hepalr work done Wing Chung Co
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King nr lluthel St.
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HOr.TCjN UUILDINO. THIRD FLOOR
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.! CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
As every man ought to have
one, why not collect postal
cards? It's a new thing that
is bound to last, because it la
both interesting and Instruct
For those who are collect
ing postal cards we have a
very fine line of
POSTAL CARD ALBUMS
Variouk sizes and qualities
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
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I SPOK1S i
i DIAMOND HEADS ENTERTAIN
Tlint athletic cluh known as the
Dlumond Heads ortalnly know how
to culerluln and the Jlnki the) rave
hiBt evening will long be remembered
bv thoio who were fortunate enough
to b" on hand There were no Indies
i on hand to mar the good time and thu
I ho b went Into the merrymaking full
At lenst ir1 good sports were oil
hand to participate In the many good
things; that the Diamonds bad to offer
In the way of lelreshnients. unman
1 1 jug cauls and cur) old thing thai
Curbing, t'11'' to make up u good time
mere was jus emiucu "ii " ii'
keep ever) one in a good humor and
the whole of the ISO prent wofe
Home of the stunts introduced were
the u.il thing and brought down thu
house The cock fight between Dave.
Khiiwood and (leorge Clark was vei)
fimiidliig and Clark Is now the cham
pion ock of the club At Moore's
No 440 I'ourth 8t New York, story
was good and Al made a hit Ilmm)
llrltt noil Hat Nelson wont thrco
loiinds lo a diaw amongst the wildest
pxilteimnt Kong, dance and story
ki'pt the lm)i well ninused until u late
hour, whin the good time broke up
and all took their departure, biandlng
lliu affali one nr the best that luis i""ii
hi Id In Honolulu In many a day The
mxt tliiii tint the Diamond Iliads
glo a Jinks the l.iiucU will all git In
Hue lo reulM' a bid.
I'ollowlug Is the program that will
I) II Ath quintet Club
Solo lid lVriiandez
I'nuile Sons, "KlUaloe
Hon W Ilattusli)
C'omle Stunt Al Moore
lloxllif Uout (3 loiiuils) . ...
.... Jon) in nud Sui)lhe
Hour. 'The llauks of the Wabash"
II. M A) res
Aiiompinlsl. lion W. Ilattersle.
X)lophouo Solo U (Irunu
Solo ... . I'litene Allen
Cock lighting Chnmplonshli
, 1 iv id Sherwood vs. Challenger
Snug M O'Dowda
lUHtiiimeutal Solo thagplpe) ,.
) Hob 1'iailir
iSniig A. Morrlss
(Juartet Dtaha lliutliers
i Hong Aichle ltobeilson
Pin lie .. D II Ath quln'it Cluh
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AQUATIC MEN MEET
'Ihe first meeting ever; held In Ho
uolulii b) swimmers tobk place at
Prof. It. A. Woods' ipiaiteis In the
Young Hotel last evening und ever)
man who hud reeelved a nolle u wits
on hand and deeply intonated In the
lormallou of thu proposed iluh.
Those piusent last evening were
bo) who havii all made a name for
,.,',,. , , ,i, ..,- ,i . n,
"'.' , ' , ,,', ,,. ii...h ri,ia ,n,i.
I ver) best talent In Hawaii, rhlsioiiii-
( try Is nolid lor Its Mwlminers, so tliuii
who situ. nil il this meeting must have
i much ability.
The plan of thu i lull wnn ou.IIikiI
b) Jess Woods, who uuhl In pall Unit
the muting uuh tailed to lonsldir the
piopUAllli.il of funning n swimming.
club in Honolulu, the objiet of whim
would be to tmoiirngo ami fostei
aquatic spoils ill Ibis illy It was
proposed to organize a cum in oui)
thu hist tnlent and ehnrtcr membei
would be i lumen amoiigst tliin-e whe
liad nlriud) mndu u name for .In in
celvui In the wnter. An) luw Hum
bcrH seeking udmlssluu to the club
must qualify by exhibiting l fore i)
membership lommltUe. It was pro
piued to limine $1 ptr munlh dins to
i luh membirs nud this mone to u
to the Ho el llaths, but eaeb member
was to fuiuUli his own mill, u lobula
tion suit to bo adopted b) the ilub.
Annual hwIuiiuIiik meets vtould be
hi Id nud exhibitions whenever the
club saw lit, Kvery member would
be tiiiupillcd lo show up lit the exhi
bitions, or he expelled from the iluh,
A eommltteu on b) taws consisting
of ties) p. L'ool.e, Ilruist Kopke und
Jess Woods wns appointed, and this
rami) lammlttce was to look Into tho
mutter of BiiltH and report at lliu uext
meeting on WVdliesday night.
Following aro the bo)s who wero at
litis first meeting; Will Dlxou. Will
Hoth, W. I.. Kyle. Will Campbell. Ar
chie Hobeitson. Peny Toss. Tom Hus-
tuie, W M. Coopei. Krnest Kopke. I,.
Cuiihu, (leo. Crozlu, (leo. Treelh, Pe
ter llaium. Curl Osh, Hurry Tomllus,
(lio Cooke, Pior, Woods und Jess
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The bo)H at Ouhu Colli gu uro form
i iik' a swimming club and will put u
reluj tium in the Held, TheHu boy
lime t tie 1 1 own lank und art) In n po
tltlou to get ull thu practlee they de
Hire The two Coopei ho)H aie both
last mm und with otheis ut this
til. ool liny tun git tiigetlur u lurif
team lo beat
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The Idea of putting III a swimming
I ool by the llupld TiniiRlt liiHttud of
a gym Is being lonsldeieil. The eur
pioplii huvu theli uwu will and u lutik
next to thu club house on lUrctuuiu,
slieet Is pmpoKcd it Im argiud that
uppaiatiiK i ould bn put ovel und
uioiiiid lliu pool and In this wii) thuy
would huvu it g)iu and n pool togeth
er It is piopoxcd to put In u fio foot
tuuk The Tumult biijH uie If. lit in
kpoit and will Ii) tu turn out boiuu
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i 'Hid Diamond Heads huvu Kent fill
swimming siiila In whlili tu tuu theli
teliy 1 1 mil
W rHKHOWW AllEV
Ml I' ('lent or Mm wliebiis Iiuh
tn nil. i, iiiiinii.ililoiL in Mm lintel
Ulr, n, ,. IhiwIiiik ull..). in tl.u
lltli lit A lullllllllK 'HI lllH'l Sllllll
Ihe iiiiiiilm I linl ill upon wllh
I much faor by the directors of the
llatlis and the chniicis are tnai me
deal will go through. This nouiu
rgalu give the Honolulu public a
chance lo Indulge In tins popular
Miort Howling Is still ery live on
the Coast nnd with such a place as
Mr Cross now suggests and In this
lointion the alles would surol) be a
t.icccss. After bowling, n person
(ould lake a dip In the pool nnd be
lefrcched. It would also give the
OHs a chanco to howl, as on ladles'
da)s they would hau exclusive nc
cos to the building
Mr Cross fonncrly conducted the
lowllng alleys on Alukca street.
Howlers will be Interested to hear
that they will again have n chance at
NOW FOHHE in SKATE
The Queen street rink will open on
i'aturilay next and then the whole
town will roll. Most every one In the
clt will have wheels and tbo skating
in ....,.. ...i .. i...t.i .... it...
L .ml. ' The InThaVXen closed .
thriiiigh tbo summer and skaters have
had a chance tu nst up nnd prcp-ire
for the winter's sjiort. Tho rink will
hi put In first-class shape.
Many nn ambitious skater will
tump tho floor on the opining night.
Tiams contained l It. do II. I-a)nnl
and Stanley lleaulmuie will swat the
cili kit ball In Ihe Inst game of me
siatiiu today. Tho game will ho pla)
ed on thu Maklkl grounds. Plajers
Iroui Hie ships Antra and Itcstorvr
will take a hand In the gam
Lubricant will be on hand In hers
and those having dry spota can kiep
The Diamond Heads nnd Mnlles
meet In u practise gaum of football al
the llaseball Park today at 3:30 p. in.
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, hard fought gridiron batllo took
pliue on tho Oabu lampiis yesterday
nfti ruoun and' tho SI. Louis and High
School lads blrugglid with thu plg
i.klu for two halves, hut neither side
was nhle to cross the line.
'Hie II. Hutcim had n shade the
In l of It during the (list half uf the
game In thu reiond half the St'.
Uiula lad woke up nud did good
for cvci y
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We can fit and suit jou on ordits received b mail. Pcihaps jon don't think
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64 Hotel Street
I The gamo was a very exciting one !
pnd wns well contested
HOBRON i1VESUP CUt?
Honolulu, T. II.. Oct. 21. 190(1.
Mr. Chns. II. Wilson, Chairman Trus
tees lor Hawaiian Chnllengo Cup,
Dear Sir: As 1 hne disposed of
my ynclit Gladys, with which I had
the honor of winning Hie celihruted
Hawaiian Challenge Cup, September
)3, 19&1I, I consider It pioper to return
tlie cup to thu titia,ees, ns t hnt no
)acht nt present to defend n challenge.
would suggest Hint the cup be put
up for a inre In the near future, as wo
la-'have a new yacht hero, the Kapolcl,
which, with her time nllownnce under
the rules for competing for the cup,
might ninke n very Interesting and
close contest, Yours very truly,
T. W. HOllltON.
This Is the letter written by Mr, I lo
in on to Chns. I). Wilson und is self
Tbo Hawaiian Challenge Cup Is one
of the most valuable jachtlng prizes
in Hawaii and llobrou has held the
fame for Rcvcu years, nud now that
lie ban sold the (Had) a he lias no craft
with which to delend the cup
The first race for this cup took
place in 18SU, the llialanl, sailed by
Ira nk M. Hatch, winning the lace.
'"l ?.?' '" ?' AtoM
tame tbo Uonnle Dundee, n I'lfe cutter
from Scotland, and took the cup eas
ily from the Hawaii nnd llealanl.
In 1899 Mr. llobrou put the (lladys
up against the Scotch boat and took
thu tup In the fakt time of 3 hours 11!
l.iliiuttH and Hi seconds, llobrou has
held the cup since.
i. p. ijkm
Tomorrow tit 2 o'clock the Mctropol
Itans und Diamond Heads cross bats
Hi the llrst game of tho Oiamploiishlp
rerles of the Winter Liagiic. It Is
going to be n struggle) for blood and
the tcjin that wins will real lie that it
bus bti'ii In n ball game.
The batteries that will work tomor
row' are: llutchers llushnell and l.u
nlng. nlamond Heads -Chllllngworth
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A W Downes. a local pin knight,
eiiuulrd Ihe world's howling record oil
Ihe Ullrlihs alios the othir uvcnliii!
I,) rolling u pitted store He muilu
twelvo of the prctllo.il strikes one
would ever want to see At no time
during tho game did be fall to bit the
held pin perfeit, assuring him of u
Downes uses what Is lommunl)
known an ou bowling fans us the "re
vers) curve." He startH his ball fiom
the tight-hind corner of Ihe nlley, nud
when within about tin feet from the
pins It takes a straight line for the
head pin. This Is n st) lo used by man)
of the Eastern bowling champions ami
' has proved very effective.
I Previous to the gnat score of,
I Downes' Pete icrtelsen held the alley
record with 290 pins T he allc) Is reg
illation In every respect and Downes'
performance will be marked down In
bowling history with the "300" games
of "Sol" Ha)es nnd Arthur Thorpe, re
corded In this city before the earth
quuke AU-AMERKAN TEAM
Chicago, Oct. G A critic picks the
following All-Alncrlcaii liaselull Club
Clime, New York Americans, first
I aw; l-ojole, Cleveland, second base;
Wagner, Pittsburg, shortstop; Devlin,
New York Nationals, third base; Stone,
St. l.o,ihi Americana, left field; 8c. . ,ullBll WU8 ,1C11 Blpj.t-J lo the Her
niour. New ork Nationals, center fleld; I ..,, ,A,, , nli i... neni a
Iveeler, New York Amerlcnns, right
V.tiili Atin.nLnnii olati t
Held; llresnahan, New York Nationals;
Kltug Chicago Nationals, catchers;
Mathewson, New York Nationals; Wnd
rell, Philadelphia Americans, Walsh,
Chicago Americans Young, Iloton
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The yacht Hester ! , owned by Law
teneo Kerr, broke her anchor chains
nud dilfted ashore opposite tho resi
dence of Mr. Prank Hustnce nt Wal
klkl early this morning. Tom Hus
tace. seeing tho danger she was In,
lost no time In attempting to save, her
and, with a few hours' hard pulling,
floated her aueccasfiilly.
The boat (.cents very little damaged
and no doubt will be ready tomorrow
for her usual Sunday sail.
Tho question of salvage will he ret
JcT has announced bh return to the
I .and of the Scrambled Pace, but the
Inhabitants have only worked np
enough enthusiasm to greet his reip
pearaucc with wild outbursts of nllence
Whenever leff Is mentioned the list of
heavier now aspiring to the title takes
on the appearance of tho death column
There Is absolutely nothing doing
for the big fellow ns far as heav) weight
hospltallt) Is conierued, and he Is
forced to retire to the serluilon of the
alfalfa vine and pour forth the ills-
rousolnle bt rains of that pithctle little
btllad entitled "The gentle fall Is fall
ing nnd the lemons are In bloom."
Ah the eminent philosopher Joa Fad
lull used to say. "It tnkes two to muke
n fight." there I very llltle likelihood
of the champion hooking up with any
of the "big men" now clamoring for
lecognttiou and mazumu. If the
adige said that It takes tlx to coax on
the gnto receipts, Jellrles might have b
ihanco of getting u match. Any five
heavies pitted against the radlsh-ralrer
would probably last long enough to
make It north while for some enter-
Tel. Main 171
I'.ll. Box 40
prising fight promoter, or a flock of
piano-movers nrmed with coupling
iilint lined mi UKilnst Jeff would fur
nish an Interesting rpectaclo for a few
brief moments. However. It would be
advisable to have the Coroner's Jury
at the ringside to Insure Justice to Ilia
relatives of the deceased plano-movera
when the cruel war was over.
Otherwise any match with Jeff a
one of the principles Is as far removed
from Hid realms of possibility at n
roher breath Is from Deacon Jones
The light fin li of necessity becom
ing n regular pill roller. Of lato he has
been hitting the pipe so hard that he
hi rapidly hecomlnu n pronounced fiend
Jeff handed htm (tin ieturn-to the ring
pill, he took n few pun's nnd siw the
big farmer's hairy form bobbing hither
und thither within tho roped arena.
-rl.n.. ,1... i.lt.n ...nit f.Til l lin Opt,! mi
v '" r
tew nngellc moments ureamiug or a
beautiful 'Ihnnksglving afternoon nt
Colmn. Then u gust of wind came
along nnd smotheicd the fumes. He
Is now In full poisesclou of his facul- '
ties and realizes the truth of the old
saying, "Put not )our trust in the
IMdle (Irane) now has an option on
O'Urlen's services for the month of No
vember, and It Is hoped that he will
succeed In making a match.
It II tl
A supplement IsEiicd by l.ln)d's for
Hie months of January, l'ebruary und
March of this year, shows that for the
mouths mentioned four steamships anil
twenty-one sailing vessels were brok
en up or condemned, two steamers and
lour sailing vessels were burnt, seven
steamers und ulnu Hailing vessels were
lost by collision, live steamers and
eight s tiling vessels foundered, two
sailing vessels were lost, and, for want
of iti Unite Information, cannot be other
wise clasMtli'd; eleven steamers and
eleven nailing vessels were missing,
fift)-two steamers nnd forty-four sail
ing vessels were wrecked. The totals
are eight.). -one steamers and 104 Rail
ing vessels lost Pour of the steamer))
and twenty-four of the sailing vessels
Oikland, Sept. 1!7. (Uneral Ullly
Dclaney does not juil any stock Into the
dlspatihes front lo Angiles to the ef
feet that Dig Jim Jeffileii Is refuting
previous IntervliwH regarding his deci
sion to re-enter the squared circle and
lake on any tinners that the world re
sents. When usked his opinion about
the Hiiddeu switch this morning, Hilly
"rioiiin one tint don't want to see Jeff
make money Ins evidently gotten to his
ear. Surely no friend would ask Jeff
to sidestep nil opportunity tu make, a
fortune and without taking u chance."
"Uut Hill, how ubout tho report that
Mrs. Jeff Is responsible for the switch?"
wns asked tho veteran manager.
"Well," and Hill gave his gum an
extra crunch with his white teeth.
"Well, If Jeff will allow even his wife
to liicrfere with his business, it Is np
paicnl In the lighting business," nnd
ho turned the conversation lo his other
tighter, Al Kaiirriunn.
'Kniiffniau Is to meet Jack Johnson.
by Ihe way," ho lontlnued. "I received
a telegram from Hob Heady of Phila
delphia last night, stating that he had
matched Al with Johnson, the colored
fellow, who many regard as Uul most
foimidablu heavyweight In the world.
KnulTmaii is taking Jotinuin on on ac
count of the criticism and tho accusing
of his bilking out of u match wllh
Hums. Uy mi el lug Johnson, Kaufi
man Is .nutting himself in a position
which, In the eyes of thu public, puts
hi m on tho top of tho pugilistic lienp."
The Expert Dentists
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Absolutely painless extraction.
Office open 8 a. m. to 0 p. m.; Sun
day: 9 a. m. to 12 m.
Call at 215 HOTEL 8T., ARLING
TON BLOCK, opposite Young Hotel.
With the earning of Falleven In
this climate fashion decreet the
changing of men's suits from the ligh
ter colors to the darker.
We considered the Autumn's com
ing perhaps you didn't and purchas
ed a handsome atock of dark tuitlngt
of worsteds and cheviots In many dif
If you order your fall suit from ua
It will embody all the latest styles
adapted to your particular measure.
To regular customers we are known
at "TAILORS WHO FIT."
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. p. O. Box 880.
manufactured from pure dlttllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
lOAHU ICI! AND ELECTRIC CO,,
Kewulo, Telephone Blue Sill,
lllunk liimka of Mil sorts, ledmri
Me . iiminiUi lured ly lliu imilollu I'uU