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A tirst-class hoonkeeper will accept the
keeping "I el i books during
evening liourn Addiess "A K.." Hill
ltln otllie. 332Slf
Young mail wishes one lurgo mom ur
I v.11 1 mull rooms without board. Ilcut
ii'UMinublc. Addrejs "1'." lliillctln.
Carriage Iioibu. Apily Dr. Hlanchard,
White laily wisher position us sales
lady. Address "..," Hultollti ollki'.
Cool rooms, hot und cold wuter, elec-1
tile Ughti, shower and bath, at Tho
Majestic, Sachs block. 24CSU
Cottages la Chrlstly l.ano. Apply
Wong Kwat, Smith St., mauka Hotel.
S furnished Iront rooms at 1223 Km
ma St.; rent reasonablo . 340M(
Newly furflihed mosijulto proof rooms
ut XI Vineyard St 22"-tl
tha Bullatln otflea.
earns on Hit at
JMF cina Jcb Printing at tha Bui-
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr yaae.
Mr6. Hodgtan Teacher of Piano and
Sinning. .Vimy yearn' oxperlciu'i'
K.ixy und ptc.is.iiit method. Hnpld
nil I tlioiough progiess. I.casuiib
:lrti ill pupil's own rexldeuro or at
Studio. 213 Vineyard St. (near Km
ma St ).
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte, tuner.
All orders should be left at the Ha
vinllan Ne.vs Co., Young bldg. Phone
284 or Cottage No. 1. llialelca Lnwu.
For house-help, phone Whit 291, Ma
klkl. Oeneral Employment Office,
enr Pnnsscola and Ueretanla.
.jijf?j:a . -l-TIT.Ij6ia
Clothe, dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
MnlKiiokn, Kukul St
betw. Hlver and
I Your bash i
ls just as apt to get
out of whack as the
other fellow's. He
Did you ever think
nbout using one?
Now that the election
is over join the
A oOF 0
Now is the time.
llorces Called for and Returned with
out Extra Charge.
Tel. Main 109
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese, cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on shoi? notice,
JAPANESr. NEW HOTEL UNION,
nuuanu 0Tnner near pauahi,
Hie imiitilii olfict,
car ilt on tale it
- UAV, for Now Ada.
For Tourists- A desirable cottage,
imr.qullo proof, electric lights, run
iilng water, furnished fur lliri'e per
nous, Klne bulbing, hear Mouna
Hotel. Cheap rent. Phone 74.
furnished rooms. Itented to suit the
times. Helen's Couit, Adams I,uiio.
tine comer lot In Uaklkl. Curbing, j
water, fruit aud ornamental tree.
and all Improvements. Two mm-1
uics waiK iroin cars ana runanou
College Addiets It R. this office
,rn...l .l,..l.. Ilnnr.h. mrttitntne '
184,000 acres, with
tept my grip unci;.
Apply Col. H.
S(iiabs In any
No branch -J. Carlo Pawn Co.. Kort
St.. opp. Cutbollc Mission. 3M3-tf
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
SHAMPOOING, FACIAL MASSAGE,
' 1 FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass
lshed. Tukatn. 12.S4 l'ort St.
Ssa Hasting for repairs of Locks,
Key, Music lioxej, SnarpentiK of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill
Mission koa furniture made to order.
Kepalr woil: done. Wing Chong Co.
King nr. Itothet St. lni
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhop. 1111 Fort BL
Un, book ot ,on, Mgttt
. etc., manufa'ctured by the BuUetlo Pub J
I llshlng Company.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA, OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD: TEL. WHITE 151.
We exercise good tatte and
Judgment In picture framing.
Suitable mouldings carried to
harmonize any picture you
may wish to frame. Our
stock it also the largest in
Now Is the time to frame
manufactured fiom pure dlttllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICIi AND ELECTRIC CO,,
Kewilo, Telephone Blue 3151
Tho Weekly IMIimn or thu ISvunltit
llullfiln Divert ii ioiniliio miiumsr; ul
IN iiuws nf lliu ilujf, far HI t year, ,
IITKT AATDIII CMMX
IHIIlll IIIUIUHIL UflllriLU l
Chicago 38, Indiana g.
Michigan 28, Illinois 9.
Princeton 14, Cornell G.
Ynlo 12, Amherst 0.
Harvard G, We.it l'olnt 0.
VrllLII ON mm SPORT
The fans will he Interested In what
U A. Wolff, thu Const manager for
braiding, has to say regarding llarncy
Joy and Hii Sua, tho two now players
tlgutd tor Kan franclsco by (Jul Kwlng.
ft I .. n .. llnmiAU tit ,lt nil n of kit til fi tt
,,... lM W(l(f ..am, Judgllg ,,y llln
,,.,, . ..,. ,... i. .,, u,
work In I hue contests
l.iaku good In the Coast league. He Id
11 big. strapping chap, weighing oxer
" ""'". '" ' tremendous speed.
III ii IUteeiiliiiilng game that I wit'
iiesxul he held his opponents ilown to a
eouplu ot hits and shut them out, the
HotioliihH winning by tho score of
tu 0. .! has won the championship
five timet for the Honolulu club nud
he has twirled every game played, Two
gHines u week Is the Mrhedule. He also
lends tho Hum in halting. Kn Sue, the
,,ir,i ,U!u.niun. Ih u fast, snappy play-
,. ,, , flrel 01l 10 u.llvjti t.oi.ilim a
record of ten second llal ror iuu )iirus.
He known how tu field slow hiintn and
has a good whip."
In spiaklng of athletics In general
Woltt had Hit; (ullowlng to say:
"For n town ot Its size Honolulu Is
tho grcatcct athletic (enter Ih tho
world, l.verybody takes some sort uf
interest in iithtetli'S In fart, the cli
mate Is biu'Ii they have tu take outdoor
exerrlne, und thu result Is )ou can see
Cliliieae, JnpancM, Iluwalliin and
Amei tennis indulging In baseball, ten
nis, cricket, fencing und taking part In
ull kinds of trnck sports. 1 went to iov
oral baseball games and found them
well attended and thu giounds itmt
plant were Ihn equal If not superior to
nnjthlng on tho Paiiflo Cojbt, The Ho
imiIiiIii Haseliall league it .omprtsed ol
pluiem from thu Inlands und tho games
i tuke on more of n fnrlloual light. Tor
Insluiice, 1 saw one team that was
nmdi! up of Japanese and Hawaiian;,
another lomposcd ot Chinese nud Jap
anese, und ouu had an assortment of
whites und Hawullans. All of these
nationalities have their fileuds and the
R nines nro fiercely contested und they
are nhviijs nnsurcd of an enthusiastic
crowd. Tho league It a paying propo.
Cltlon, as they purchased their own
gtunnds three years ugu. equipping It
III uii-to-daTo fashion, nud at tho cud
of lust season they had paid for the
grounds nud had u snug sum in th?
"As a golf center 1 bavo never seen
anything like Honolulu. There am
1 lour golf clubs und one under contem
plation. The natural benoty of the IB
lands und tho topographical lay of the
land makes their courses an Ideal one.
There seems to bu more golf In Hono
lulu than In San Kranrlsco. In fact,
S-nn Krnnclsco mid Its vltlnlty Is away
behind on links."
levers of baseball will be treated to
one of the Illicit xumes on Sunday that
lias been seen during the 190U Reason
It wilt ulru bu the last game of tbls
hCURon. Wo refer to the ;;ume to bo
played at thu Husebull Park between
the Diamond Head Athletic Club and
I lie team representing thu Metropolitan
Thcsu two teams are now down to
the hist deciding game of the season.
lloth tuaiiiH lime Indulged In the two
l-erles of the Winter League. The MetS
look I ho llrst series and the Dliimunils
thu second. Two gamui of thu past
Relies for the ihumploushlp lime been
ph.) I'd und each team has one game to
Its ci edit. You could not usk for a
greater finish than this. Ii proves that
thus.) two teams aie ury equally
mate-lied and that ouu ut thu grandest
struggles will bu been Sunday. Talk
about your liralry, It certainly exUU
between these two team:;. Nothing llko
It bus ever been seen in the other
Who will win?
T!.ls Is u haul question to answer nn
both teams uro ho equally matched.
Somu like thu lliitchers und some the
Diamonds. Tho latter team litis been
batting harder lately but they have
lull down in the. Held. Much depends
upon thu opposing pitchers. Chilling-
w ui 111 has done, good work up to the,
last game, but then fell. It is piobahle
Hint Amoy will do the slab work fur
the, lliilchers. Ho made a very good
i bowing luM Sunday nud will try to to
peat tho iIomi this tomliig giiiue. Thn
Mets ulwuyn have Ilushuell tu full hack
May tho best team win. Hut the leuiu
that due I win will know th.it Ihey
hnv.i been lu a lliilil
II It Jt
HNIUUKe. BUSV .,
Hlme I'lcxlilent J 1 in no of thu Kmn
tImkiIh Iris iliu'ldeil Hint Hie footh.ill
Hutu cilll flllMi ll.elr kchedille will. Ihn' ?,"?," ' ' ', ," , " '" ' "., ''
(111,,, ...IIlu,. Il, idavrr,. inn nil v,,,,,. P'1" '" ''"Ull'lll I Mlllllllly. Hill Ktllsor
Mini i.illign um Iii)cim ma 1 1 we r-MUl , ,,, vm. fll , (,r
lug it miillu uml liiitu none mm 1I14I.,.,.. ,1. ....1,. Ui ,,, mil,. ..,,,., .,,,
Kiiimi nidi ii'ilmilili'd vtTiMlM In wlli.'liu tutlii'r,"
EVEN1N0 TttlM.HTIN. iIONOi.tJLU. T. H.. THtm8DAY,
!Tll.e flr"A sa,!, 1!8 foffel.,c:! ,0..lle
oahu college boys, out me latter ienn.
don t want any games mat tney um
not win. "We want to ulay." Is what
the Oalni boys say. They bavo a good
team and desire to participate In the
tegular sport So the schedule adopted
in the beginning will be carried ouL
The game between the Diamond
Heads and Oalnt College Is milling
some Interest to tho sport ns tills gnmo
will I rally decide thu championship of
the Inlands for MOO. Last year the
Puliation tram claimed tho champion
ship, but they have fulled to enter a
team this season, so the Diamond Head
Athletic Club and Oahu College will
fight it out. This game will take place
en Thaiikcgldug Day and will be n
good day's r-port. Heed of Oahu iol-
lege Is confident that Ills team can de
leal the Hams.
BASEBALL CHAMMONS OF 1906
National .. Chicago
Aim i lean Chicago
American Aspoclatlon Columbia
Western Des Molneu
Sunt him Ulrmlngham
Tlnce Cyes Cedar Rapldt
(,'tnlral Ornnd Itaplds
K. . T Vlncennes
Ion a Slate Ilurllngton
New i:iigkim! Worcester
New York Statu Scrnuton
South Atlantic Savannah
Cotton States Mobile
Virginia State Lynchburg
Ohio & I'eiinsjlvaiila ,i.. Youngitowu
Wlsitmslii Ia Crosse
Soulheiii .Mlchlgn Mount Clemens
South Tens Austin
Pennsylvania, Ohio & Maryland ....
Hudson River Putortou
Western Association Topeka
lens (lu dispute)
Northern Copper Calumet
iVlkutisas & Texas Camden. Ark.
South Central. ..South McAlester, 1. T.
Puclllu Coast Portland
Digger Stanley, tho Kugllsli bautam
weight champion, has decided to accept
the offer made to him by the Lincoln
Athletic Club of Chelsea, to come to
this country. It Is probable that Stan
ley will bu matched with Jimmy Wulsh
upon his nrrlwil.
Denny I-nnlgnn. fresh from Ireland,
where they grow great men ot bruwn
and muscle, Is In New York. Lnnlgar
Is thu chumlpun of Ireland at the hop,
Hep and Jump, having won the title
lu thu great (iaellc athletic games on
August 5 last nt llallabrtdge, Dublin,
where hu did tho trick with a mark of
4(i feet 7 Inches. This Is tho best per
formance in any country In this partic
ular vent blnce 1S93. Umlgan Is a fine
typo of the Irish athlete. Ho Is a good,
till-round man ut the Jumps, broad and
high, and a fair performer at every oth
er variety of sport.
Joe Cans, the cMorcd lightweight
(humplou of the world who also
holds thu title of welterweight cham
pion of the world, has decided that
hereafter ho will not lay claim to the
wultervyelght championship, duns an
nounced that he would forfeit his claim
to the tweltorwclght title. In Gam'
opinion, the title should bu worn by Jo
Thomas, of California.
It U tt
lleforu the fire Jimmy Urltt bought
n block of Hals on Kill more street for
$3U,0i)0. Heal estate lias appreciated
lu valuo on that street und Urltt could
now dlsposo of his property for $10,000,
which would net him a profit of $10,000.
Somu of his friends have udvlsed hint
to make the deal and pocket Ills profits.
If Jimmy know where lit could Invest
thu $40,000 hu would follow their tin,
hut us ho doesn't bo is up a tree, so to
New York, Oct. 24. Terry Mcdov
cm and Young Curbed yesterday
signed urtlclu for another battle. The
men ugieed to meet for the fourth Hum
lu a bout of from six to twenty rounds
for the best purse offered by a legiti
mate light club. Tho dale of the go
was sit for the first week In Juutiary,
Ulds for thu contest nro to close on No
vember IS, ulid when tho club.bus been
divided nu, the lighters lire to ugieo ou
n leferee und post forfeits.
II It V
CambildgH, Mass., Oct. 20. Humors
lire current In lluivuid circles today
that this will hu Coach Hill Iteld's lust
Reason with the Harvard football team
mid Hint nu uthlttlu revolution Is Im
minent It Is staled (hut thu faculty
may fuihld uulsldu athletic tohess al
together or icqulio athletes to pay
their ov.'ii expenses, This would have,
lliu elfc.l of Mopping lutmnllrglulf
The other div, In uddrcsiiliig Ilia
NOV. 8, 1906.
JMOMKEY 6SHIMI op fe
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Mfrbti Kaa)lLaVrN4 TTSS ... nil I
lAi-t oh swjMy. . l i" yn'vlfS
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THAT TMMC ARt BCTTCR TH.UGS oXx6 "AN IffhABIHii UP fMJiM
JMI AaaPM''i' OM I'V.iMi
wn !Ba la - Jl I'.'i'1"
L0 I tr -aaaaHaKn ,-" .L'-. "JiLV tAXl I ..J
J?oCT KlaalBS21 CC.JBMiifViA. Ur
BY DOING UhTD HIM AS HE VWUBO,) I UUTO Mfi,. tlltf
J.r AW 4r-L, JS? - .'' .W5?-iM'i- YW 4jbbBa
" " lr nwau.iT ik. it nu am TWU
Such are the humors of thu ram
ntgn. They bavo a lot of fun with
Hearst and Ills graphophone, and with
bis man Klngy Connors. Hughes, on
tho other hand, Is one of those serious
minded, coldly Intellectual, non-magnetic.
Individuals who Inspires neither
ridicule nor reverence.
Apropos of Hughes' reputation for
I onesty Alfred Henry Lewis tellH a
story. He was talking with a Hughes
"Don't you think Hughes Is hon
est?" asked thu latter.
"Sine," said Lewis, "but In consid
ering Hughes I am reminded of a far
mer that lived In my native toiiutry.
Ho advertised for an honest and sin
cere watchdog to guard his chicken
coop and finally procured one that was
without a peer In that section. Hut
two nights after thu purchaso ho lost
all bis chickens. Later ho learned
that thu man who stole thu chickens
, was thu man who sold him tho dog."
Lewis, It Is needless to explain. In
View of this story, Is an ardent Blip-
Lportor ot Hearst. Hu was. formerly
employed by Hearst, as la well known,
but, with others, Including Homer Da
venport, seceded and allied himself
with opposition Interests. Hut now be
Is back again In the Hearst fold.
Homer Davenport, It may bu added
In this connection, having returned
from tits European trip. Is lampooning
Hearst In his Mall und Express car
toons, which are enlarged tn billboard
slzu and posted on tho dead walls In
New York and on barns In the coun
try by the Kepubllcan managers.
Twenty-six home Head documents
were signed yesterday by I-nul Com.
mlssloner Pratt, the majority of which
wero lu the nature of right of purcluisu
leases as follows:
Upper Manilla lots M. A. de (111
velru, Jj V. Toledo. Hutu Vlelr.i, il. V.
Toledo, Kuouuhliilu, John Kaallmu -it.
Oplhlkne Mary Mukuol 1.
Kalmii John Annlc-1.
Olaa Hescrvutlon Mlchal Pjk, P.
laupuhoehoa Homesteads Mitllu
Maine, Annie lllckurd. Mm la Simmons
Delia Kuhuleohu, Mary Akuu, David K
Mukaol, Kaliaawlolu, John Alialtu. Cn r-
olluo Swuln, J, W. Keku.i, William Kao
lin, M. Puulkala 12.
J. Pi Amaiul bought 11 lot lu the new
Oluu Had (ill 11 special Unio payiueiil
ugreemeut. Three lots weie mid 1111
cash puymciits )is follows: A. J. Igua
ilo, Wiilpuunlel; William Kuiriuii, Nil-
nuwulu; J, i:. lilderto, ICainalll
Tha BU8INE80 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, publlilitd In tht Saturday Bulla.
Un and tht Wttkly Edition, glvtt 1
conclt and complott rttumt of all la
gal notion, calls for tenders, judg
tntnti, building pirmlti and teal
talt trantittlont. Evtnlng Uulletln,
ri H" monin, wmki uuiutin,
1 pr ywr.
r .yyw flS? d
C( srss $ui v .i i, ntm
rnsn "-to,m ,., tL. . vm
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iWm vrmc ju V W,,M 'LMFh'.
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WIMWtV' iivw.tnr twui, apjnbit IWjsJnl
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Ct.
Tha Kohata Sugar Co,
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Wtrkt, 8L Loull, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co,
The Geo. F. Blake 8team Pumpa.
The New England Lift Inturanct Co,
The Aetna Fire Int. Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Assurance Co. tf London.
fa. I. Irwli k Co., ltd
WM. G. IRWIN... Prttldent and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKEK..1tt Vie Prea.
W. M. QIFFARD 2d Vloa Prtt,
H. M. WHITNEV Trttturer
RICHARD IVBRS Sterttary
E. I. PAULDING Auditor
Oetanle Steamthlp Co., San Franclaca,
Wtttern Sugar Raflr.lng Ct4 Ban Fran-
Baldwin Locomotlva Worka, Phil
Ntwall Unlveraal Mill Co. (Manufao-
turert of National Cent Shrtd
dtr), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Trantportitlun Ce B'ln
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H
Hawaiian Agricultural Co4 Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Or mea Bunar Co.
Honomu 8uoar Co .Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo lugr.r Co., Tht Plantar
Llni of san praneuco pasxttt, cnai.
Brewtr A Co.' lint of Botton Packttt.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M, Cocke, Pretldtnt: George
Robertton, Vic Prttldtnl and Man.
tr: E. F, Blthop, Trtaturtr and Ste
rttary; F. W. Macfarlant, Auditor! P.
C. Jortt, C. M. Cookt and J, R. Oalt,
Unleit you have heard the recent
modelt you can hardly realize the
great improvements that nave been
made. Hear It at
BEROSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' BLDQ,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Alexander & Baldwi
. P. COOKE Manaftr
H. P. Baldwin Tatiaant
1. B. Cattl Vic Prttldtnl
W. M. Alexander... Second Vie Prt.
L. T. Ptck Thlid Vloa Pr.
J. Wattrhoutt Traaturtr
E. E. Paxton Sterttary
W. O. Smith Olrtctot
SUGAR FACTORS, v
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commtrelal a Suga. Ca
Haiku Sugar Campany.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhtl Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Ballroad Company.
Haltekala Ranch company,
FIRE INSURANCE ,
B.F. DILLINGHAM CO,
Gtntral Asnt for Hawaii!
Atlat Atturtnc Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Prowldtnc Wathlngtar Inturance Co.
tth FLOOR, BTANQINWALD BLDQ.
la not a Luxury; It la a Nceettlty.
But you Mutt havt tha BEST
and that it provided by tht famout
and most equitable Lawt of Man.
chuittti, In tht
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON,- MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would bt fully Informed about
thete lawt, addrett
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
I It kept on flit at E.
I C. DAKE'S ADVER.
-I Tl 8 I N G AOENCY.
124 Bantoma St.. Ban Franeliro. f.l.
where ccnt'ajt for advtrtlilng cm
lb mad for It,
iS? 3i5ifwi: , iLl
tstsXtr. Tlit i utaai
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