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RVRNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY. NOV. 9,
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Sse Piikb H, NBW TO-DAY, fop NW Act
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A liiat-clnoa bookkeeper will uccept tho
keeping of a sot or books during
ovenlng hours, Address "A K.," Rill-
ictin uiiiio. :i:,2stf
Ynnni lnnti wlnlicd film lnrifii riimil lir
two small nidniH without board. Hunt'
reasonable. Address "P.," Uiillcllli,
Thorough, tollable, sober, good char
acter delivery wagon driver. Ait
ilieca "H,' Hulk till 3531-tf
Cnrrlarc horse. Apply Dr. lllanclianl,
Cump McKlnley. 3532-1 W
Wlilli" lnily wishes
position iih sales-,
laily, Address "X..." lliillctln ufflic.
Uult:ii-p.i in Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Woug Kw.il, Smith St, uiauka Hotel.
2 fnnililieil front room at 1223 Km
iua St.; rent rensouable . 3401-tt
Newly fiirolihed mosquito proof rooms
til t4 Vineyard Ht. 2728-11
111 II Hiii in liTiWIHIMal
TWO TOR $1,001
All courses In the Y. M. C. A Night
r.cliool cost $5 for six months In addi
tion to the J5 membership fee; but two
com sen cm be taken for $7.00.
the uullstln offle.
cards en Ml ol
Mrs. Hodgson Teacher of Piano and
JiliiEhiK Alnny years' experience
Kaiy ami pli'.isalil method. Ruplil
nml thorough prrtgiess. Lessons
Klvt-it at pupil's nun resident u or ul
iiliiillo, 213 Vliu'anl Ht. (near I'm
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All ordem should ho left at the Ha.
wnllnn Nes Co., Youns blilK. Phone
294 or Cottace No. 1, Haalelca Ijiwu.
For house-help, phone Whit 2891, Ml
Fins Job Printing at the Bui-
p rj-rJ rJ-rJ-rJ-rJ-iurrJ-rJ rj-r
1 jJYour Cash I
Is just as apt to get
out of whack as the
other fellow's. He
Did you ever think
about using one?
J? Hawaiian Office
rj-cz r-' rv-fa-iWtwaKWSwa
llorccs Called for and Returned with
out Extra Charge.
Tel. Main 109
Dambco Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
E63 6. BCHETANIA ST
TELEPHONE DLUE 31.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS,
Oft NUUANU STREW.
Tl. Main 2C P. O. Box 845.
TCL, MAIN 473,
For Japsnese cooks, wallers, women
for housework end help for day work,'
supplied on short notice, I
JAPANCSe NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU fiTliniiT NGAH I'AUAIII.
For Tourists A desirable cuttaG"i
iiioiiiulti) ptoof. ilcilili: HghtH, run
ning wiilur, furnished for three ht
hi.iik. riuo bathing, near Mouna
llulv). Cheap runt, l'huiiu 74.
Seven-room house, 12711 Nuuntiu Aru.
near Kukul SI. $20 inuntli, water
Iniluded. Mudorn Iniprovctncntii,
furnished rooms. Rented to suit the
tltuec. Helen's Couit, Adams tana.
fltiu corner lot In Maklki. Curbing,
water, fruit mud ornamental trees'
l and all Improvements. Two mln-1
Met walk from can and Punahoui
College. Addrett R, P., tbli office
Tlie great Kaliuku Ranch, containing
184,000 acres, with everything ex
cept my grip suck. Apply Col. 8.
Squabs lii any
No branch -J. Carlo Pawn Co., Fort
St.. opp. Catholic .Mission. 3503-tf
Mrs, Doris E. Paris,
SHAMPOOING, FACIAL MA8SAQC,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass
Ished. Tal.ata, 12S4 Kort Ht.
Bee Hasting for repairs of Locks,
Key., Music Uoxej, Btiarpeniitf of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
For a nice, smooth shsve call at the
Criterion Rhop, 1111 Kort 8L
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
MutHUokn. Kukul St. hetw. River uud
A. J. DERBY, O. D. S.
HOSTON BUILDINQ, THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE. 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
We exercise good taste and
judgment In picture framing.
Suitable mouldings carried to
harmonize any picture you
may wish to frame. Our
stock Is also the largest in
Now Is the time to frame
manufactured fiom pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to ,iny putt of city by
UAHU III: ADU M.tUHIli LU,,
Kewalo, Tlplion. Rlue 3I6I,
UUI.l-r.TIN AD8, PAY
The mint Important Inter-Island ten
tils tournament eer gotten up In Dip
Territory of lliiwnll slil he played off
at I'liuneiiP, Maul, tomorrow. Tho
contiMtants fioin Honolulu have been
arranged nivnriling to their classifica
tion, lluib phichig the local teaniB on on
cona! routine. It Is expected that the
same method or classlllcatlon will ho
uilopted b the. Maul players; this will
KMill In good play all rimml. giving
each team u lighting opportunity to win
thu handsome tiopliy Tho prlso Is a
Kllver loving run from tliu Wlchuian &
Co. ctiihllshnient nml Is u splendid e.t
amiile of the slUersmltli's art. Tho
cup L2H the following li,B?ilillon en
ur:ne,l upon ll:
"l'uuneno Challcngo Cup, l'fc-scnt-cd
by I'uiiiienu Athletic Association
No. 10. l9oC. To ho competeil for an
nually by players from l'uiitiene Ath
letic" Association and Tennis Clubs of
The players from Honolulu have been
paired ns follons: A. T. Ilrock and P.
i:. Steere. W 1. Roth nml It. D. Mead,
C II. Cooke and I). II. Hitchcock. C.
Ilarluell mid V, Alexander. S. II.
Derby uud I' (I. Ilockus. The only
Maul team known In Honolulu so far
Is Kriimbaahr and Savage. The leaniu
leave In the Claiidlmi thin nflcrniHiu at
C o'clock and lll return In the l.lkcllku
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3UDD UI'llIN III H. OF P.
Another Honolulu athlete has madi
good lu University athletics and thin
lime It Is no other than "Kiiuaa
Judd, who has been elvitrd captain of
the University of Pennsylvania base
ll will lie remenihircd that Judd win
a member of thu Piinnhoii team mid
plujed second base for them lu 1903, 'U(
and '0.i. Judd Is only ono of many who
have guno from Hawaii to the casarn
colleges and made good. At Castle, ulMi
or the Puiiahuii team, Is now the crack
pitcher ut Harvard. Ilurold Dllllug
hnm was the raptuln or the Harvard
crow uud Geo. Cooke iiiade good ns n
swimmer at Ynte.
To be elected as eaptnlu or thu U. of
P. baseball team Is no small honor.
This university Is one of the "Dig Six
'and turns uut one of tho best football,
! liiiHoli.-itl nml rnwlnir ti'iims 111 the llnl'
ed States mid considering that lust
season was Jucld's llrt-t on thu team li'i
rcrtalnly has made u remarkable show
Here Judd l only considered n med
1 ll til pltyer He wus iilways n good
llrlder but a puor slicker, Tho clmncrj
uru that he has Imp loved in all depart
ments or the gumu.
U Judd mid Castlo tould make good
In College baseball, what could such
men us Joy, Hampton, (lleason, Wil
liams, Ku Sue, Kveis, I-'ernuudcz,
Uruns, Deshu brothers, Renter, Shel
don. Vanuutta, llowera, Aylett and a
hair dozen others do? Thu chances urc,
however, that these lads will never see
the Inside, or a college.
Tho Hvenlng Telegraph or Philadel
phia has thu following to say or Judd:
"UDRRY JUDD PKNN'S
NEW IIASKIIAI.L CAPTAIN
"Utrrltt P. Juild, tho Honolulu tit It
lete, was yesterday eleited i-aplulu of
the Pennsylkiiiilu ha Belial I team to suc
ceed Kmleu Hare.
"Judd played cenlro field on tho "Var
blty latt year, und wus one or thu most
"He was born In Honolulu, but pro
pared at llotchklsa School, where he
played shortstop on the baseball team
for three years. Ijist rail he entered
l'eiiu und w.is a camllduto for short
utop, but was filially uhlfted (u the out-
llild. The piU4pectM for u winning
team ate parllcuhilly bright, us only
tlueo M'terans are missing. They ure
I ex-t'aptuln Mai o. left 1'lehler Adums
and Pitcher Hay.
"Thu uld men ure l-'euuell, first base;
Kiliialli, aeiond huso; Yerkcs, shorl-
Mop; 'Ihiuiias, third base; Caituln
Judd, leutm Held; uud Webb, right
"J mid lecelved u largo majority und
Ills C'li'dloii Is a popular one. Judd'H
homo run, In the last Prlmelou game,
wonn thu guuiH fur Peuiisylvalila uud
put tho centre llelder In the goml graces
of Ills iD.iiuuialeii, which reiiullnl In liU
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BEST STICKERS FOR YEARS
iss'.l-d.iii liiimtliers 373
IMiu-Jiiclf (iluMrui'k 3:ii,
Willie liutulllim . , , ,333
.leu,- moijMi lot,
lbU lluuh Duff)
189C Jesse IJufketl M
1897-Wllllo Keelcr J
1898-Wlllle Kerler 841
1899 Ed Dolahanty ty
1900 Hans Wagner W
1901 Jesse Durkelt 3
1902 Clarence Drauinonl 357
1303 linns Wagner ''
1904 Hans Wagner :1
1905 J. II. Hcymuiir 317
tl'UC HaiiH Wagner "St
1901 Napoleon Jajolc
1902 Kd Dclehanty
1903 Napoleon Jajole
1904 Napoleon Lajole
1905 Napoleon Lnjole
1900 (leorge Stnno 34 1
IS99 Tommlo Tucker "
1800 Clilckea" Wolf 30
1891 Dan Uroutlirra 319,
a n i
Sir Thomas I.lptim will build n twrn-ty-one-foot
racing yacht and enter the
annual races or the Columbia Yacht
Club next year for the trophy given
Tor Foino lime pressure 'tins been
Lrought to bear on Sir Thomas to huvf
him build n boat for the races In the
Chicago harbor, but not until yesterday
did the donor of the Upton cup glvo his
final answer. Tho Rngllsh baionet
made known his decision after a con
ference with a committee from the
Columbia Yacht Club,
After the meeting Sir Thomas dll-
cussed his plans for building tho chat-
t.nifpr The bnut will tie inaila from a
.l.alan .. nllliuH-llnti,, ,i llnv.ii. lui, rf '
the greatest designers lu Ureal llrlt
uln. In all probability utter the de
sign has been selected the boat will be
loustrmted In Canada. It Is possible
Hie challenger will suit under the col
ors of soma Cauadlan club.
Sir Thomas wilt lu nil probability
route to Chicago to see thu races sailed
"lu fait." be raid, l'l don't know hill
I may sail on my own boat In the racs.
I should like to try this rresh-watcl
Ilcgewlseh, famous as the home o(
Buttling Nelson, Is destined to he th
principal pugilistic training camp ami
physlcul rtilturo laboratory in thu Mid
dle West. Through bis father, Nets
Nelson,- tlu Rattler today entered upon
an agreement to buy the old Rets
farm, ulxin which lie Intends to lustall
a eliibliotnte, training quarters, oval I
cinder track and all other parapher
nalia used by thu knights of tho ring
lu preparing for battle. Nelson's pur
chase tourists of forty acres of unim
proved land lying between 13Cth and
138th streets mid Avenues F nnd It
Tho purchase price Is $31,200. That
Nelson has imule'u great deal of money
during his career as a fighter and that
he lias wisely laid away the bigger por
tion of his earnings is generally known
In pugilistic circles. 11 Is conceded that
the Dane Is tho wealthiest boxer living,
with the single exception of Jack
O'llrlcn. Like O'Urlen, Nelson used
good Judgment In Investing his earn
ings. The present deul Is one or several
teal osttte Investments during the nasi
tew years. "Tliu purchase or the ltcese
farm Is primarily an Investment, but
Nelfou and his father believe no better
use of the land can be hiado while wait
ing for It to appreciate lu value than
to establish u big, modern training
camp, where not only Nelson, but box
trs from all parts of the country may
get themselves in trim.
A year ago Terry McQovorn knocked
utii tommy Murpny in one round in
the same ring In , which Jie fought
Young CurbctL In thai twelvo nioiuii
McCovern has earned $24,7000, with
his fists, by showing on the road ami
on fight pictures. Out of his fight with
Nelson and the fako pictures which
were shown of tho fight, McQovern re
ceived nil told $10,500, for beating Mur
I by ho received liver $2,200, for best
ing Jimmy llrltt. $0,200. und tor boxing
Coihett ho earned close to $1900. The
uxpentcs rot- tho tyeur amounted to
$2000, mi after bis muliuger, Joe Hum
pbicys, wus paid, Terry hud $15,000
ileai- for himself,
K J. Sulloway. '03 L, Harvard single.-!
champion this year, uud K, W.
Cole, '03 I,., roimer Vulo ihumplun, wo'i
thu doubles lawn tennis championship
of Harvard University by defeating C.
It. lAjjiuml, '08, third baseman un tho
'Vnrily nine, mid W. II. Y. Hncltclt
'US. lu Hli-alghl sets. 0-2, U-l, 0-1.
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Vale has decided lu put u 'occcr"puny;
loonall le.iiu lu tliu Held uud join mo
'll.'j University of l'uuncylviinlu
swum i r who uwlnu the gieuiest nil in
, liei r iiilleu dm lug the ucaniu of luotl-
U7I tuini'lvun tiii which Couch KUt-
Ur l iliiuatlnis lit order lo stir up sonio
lilernkt In this foim of npiut. Tlute
..ri twi iivlxiitM It IliU lonti-Hl whU'll'
I'luilt KUtlir In IiiMpk Him I" '
p III III, ui I ll'l nil' I im mi inn nw Hi
Willi, uf lliw imili'slUliU fur till 'lligjr HULLUTIN ADB, PAy
HI It Hi,
,&: feuJu .
HAS TltOfC. rmmmu 7H
' l.4 ir shjm- .
n - f " V ,
lv aynx m
4su - OA.! tide kj2.
TOICMT lOtV ""
Is to bo done during the coilego terms'
and not on holidays, and the various'
fiwlmmlng races lu which tho men aru
to compete will Hot be considered when
thu final record Is determined ut tho
cud of the Benson.
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Sunday Is tho big day at Ilulclwa for
the golf bugs. Manager llldgood was
In town yesterduy and today to see how
many of tho driver nnd, putter frateru
lly were going down to the seasldo
links on sunduy to play for tho White
Hodk cup. He found that u great many
of thu local golfers are going to make
tho trip nnd try to lift thi cup.
Dldgood has the links In Al shape
and claims thai tho only thing that he
will not be responsible for Is the get
ting in Hell's Hair Acre.
Kvery time that tho bunch goes tu
llulehvu they have a flho time und tho
chances hro that Sunday will he no ex
ception. Another Trust To
Raise Food Prices
New York, Oct. 24. Another big
trust, financed by tho millions of Thorn
os F. Ryan, Anthony N. llrady, Levi
P. Morton and Harry Payne Whitney,
baa been formed. It Is called the
American Karri Produqo Company
and It will garner Into Its maw nil
tho butter, eggs, cheese aud poultry,
the great farms ot tho country pro
duce. The trust la oraanlzod. Today
the first business Interest needed In
tho Kast was secured through the pur
chase of the big butter distributing
business of James Rowland ft Co. of
84 lludsun street. It is tho plan to
absorb all the biggest egg, cheesu und
poultry hcuics, iiu'ii to acquire the in
terests or tho biggest milk distribut
Thu absorption of theso interests
will mean that lliti butler, eggs, mill;,
Lchueso und poultry uud their by-prod
ucts will cost mora to tho consumer
than ever be fine. Thu principal of
fices of thu triibt are located In Chi
lugo. Its unices In this city uro ut
(2 Droadwa;-, Tho trust will he con
trolled by tho Western Hoard of Man
agers composed or Sir Frederick llor
den, Minister or War ot Canada; Johu
A. Spuur, president or tho Chicago
Stock Yards; Thomas Stugls, presi
dent or the Continental Fiuuura Com
L. II. Amy, or lluniy Amy S.
Co., New York bankers; Puul O
Uercsfonl, Fruiicls Henderson, of Hen
demon, lllnilley & Cu.; Wlliluiu C,
l.tine, of thu Standard Trust Com
pauy, JuiiicH It, .Morse, piesldetit of
tin AinerUuu Trading Company, Tim
loinlilmiUoii of cupltul liitvietcd In
thu iiuw enlerptlsu Is $100,000,000, Tliu
riimpuii)' Is lupltnlltcd ut $2,ntio,oii0 In
ururit'il slink uud bus the light In
lm, 5,iiuu,tiuil In iiimiituii slink,
1 I "l -.
f . rr n i .rm
3Ptmy Vv. LT
faa. aw "
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Llll ft flf LOOKc. LIQ
ll Sufir Fxtin
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Ct.
The Kohala 8ug.ar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St Leblt, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake 8ttam Pumpa.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Aetna Flrt Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Assurance Co. af London,
W. I. Irwii k Ct., Ui
WM( C. IRWIN. .'.President and'Mir.
JNO. D. 8PRECKES..1et Vice prea.
W. M. OIFFARD 2d Vlra Prea.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERt aereUry
B. I. apAULDINO..; Auditor
- and "
Agent for i
Oceanic Steamship Co-, Ban Pranclaea,
Western Sugar Reflr.ini Ca Um Fran-
alsco, cal. .
Baldwin Leeemetiva Worka, Phlla
delphla, Pa. v s
Newall Universal- Mill Co. (Manufae-
turera af National Ccna throd-
dor), Now York, N. Y.
Padflo Oil Transportation Co, Vin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H,
Havallan Agricultural Ca, Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Oi moa Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Suger Co., Tho Plontero
Lino of San Francisco Packoto, Ohae.
Brewer A Co.'o llhs of Boston Packet.
LIST OF OFFICERS!
C. M. Cocke, Pnsldontl Qeorg
Robirtson, Vice President and Mana
lr; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and 80-
rtary: F, W. Macfarlan. Auditor:
C. Joret, C. M. Cooke and J. R.
Unless you have heard the recent
models you can hardly realize the
great Improvement' that have been
Imade. Hear It at
BEHUSTHUM mueib iu,, uiu.,
ODD FELLOWS' DLDQ.
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Weekly Bulletin, $l Year
-H5jJ'ji VL i V O CT I
Alexander & Baldwin
P. COOKS Manaaar
rl. P. Baldwin Praaldanl
I. B. Cattle Vice Prooldonl
H. M. Alexander... Second Vice Proa.
L T. Pck Third Vlea Prea.
i. Waterhouto Troaaurer
E, E. Paxton Secretary
W. O,. Smith Dlreetar
COMMISSION. MERCHANTS ml
Hawaiian Commorelal ft Sugar Ca,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Cor-i.n,
Klhel Plantation Comoany,
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company,
halaekala Ranch comaany.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
Oinoral Aant for Hawaii!
Atlat Assursne Company of LOnaW
New York Underwriters Agtncjr.
Prowldenco Wshlngtop Insurance Co.
th FLOOR, STANQBNWALO BLDO.
la not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
But you Mutt have tho BEST
and that lo provided by the famous
and mott equitable Lawt of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co..
OF BOSTON, MA88ACHU8ETTS.
P.'l' you would be fully Informed about
joivvb iaivv aiuuiwtiej
Castle V Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
I I kept on file at E.
( C. DAKE'8 ADVBR-
1 T I 6 I N O AOBNCY,
124 Santom St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where contract for advertising can
b mad for It,
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