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RVfiNINO IMJM.ETtN. IIONOLtlt.U. T. H SATURDAY. NOV. 10. 100!.
The Llllfa Ads with the Big Results
Moo Piijjo S, IV BW TO-UAY, for Now Ada.
A tlrit-tlnss booitkoenur will accept the
KCl'lhK OI n KCl Ol IIDOKH lllirlUK
ovpiiIiir hours, Address "At K-." Mill
Ictln Office 3528-tf
YoiltiK tnnn wishes olio largo room or
two small roum without board, Hunt
icasunnblc. Address "1 ." Hulletln.
3,' .11 lw
Tliorntigh reliably stiber Kod char
niter ilolhcry wason driver. Ad
dress "S," Hulletln K 363 Mf
CiirrlaRP tiorse Apply Dr. lllanchard,
Camp McKlnlcy 3532-lw
While lady wishes position ns sales-
lad. Addicss "'..," Mulletlu offlcc.!
35.11 lw I
Cottages in Chrlstly Lane. . Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hotel,
furnished front rooms at 1223 Em
ma St.; rent reasonable . 3401-tti
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
nt 81 Vineyard St. 2725-tf'FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
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TWO FOR $1,501 The BU8INESS MAN'S HANDY IN. '
All courses In the Y. M. C. A. Night
r.chool cost $5 for six months In addl
tlon to the $5 membership fee; but two i
courses can be taken for 57.50.
1H 'For Rent" card on salt at
the Bulletin office.
Mm. Hodgson Teacher of Piano and
Hinging. .MUny cars' oxpcrlriuc.
i:.ih nnd ple.iKiiiit method. Itnpld
nnd thorough progress. Lessons'
given at pupil's unit rcsldcnco or at
.Sludjo. 21.1 Vineyard St. (near Km
ma Ht ).
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should bo left at tho Ha
waiian News Co., Young bldg. Phone
291 or Cottage Nu. 1, Haaloloa Lawn.
For house-help, phono White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
ror. Pensacola and Ucrctanla.
Fine Job Printing at the But
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Is Just as apt to get
out of whack as the
other fellow's. He
Did you ever think
about using one?
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Horses Called for and Returned with
out Extra Charge.
Tel. Main 109
Bunbca Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 6. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE OLUE 681,
Wing Wo Tai & Co,
DLALLIIS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
imiuur. ARTicLi-.o or all kinds,
dm nuuanu bTncar.
TO, f.UIn 26 P, O, BOS Mo.
TEL MAIN 473.
Tor Japanese casks, yvalUrt, vyeinrn
far ItfUMwoik and lulu (or tliy vyofhi
uapUN an iDrt nulltl.
JAMHSfil, HF.W IIDTKL UIII0M.
www 5JP6T tma iwm
Kcu'ii - rtmiu htniso, 1279 N'itttnni Avo.
near MiMH St. ?2d month, wntcr
Included. Modern liniirovotnents.
Furnished rooms. Itented to suit the
times. Helen's Court, Adams Lano.
inns corner lot In Mattlkl. Curbing,
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u " iiuiinjfHiucms, iwu uiia-1
uivi wkik xroBi cars ana runanou
College. Address R. F.. this ofiic.
Squabs In any quantity.
No branch J. Carlo Pawn Co.. Fort
at., opp. uatnouc .Mission, aoua-u
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Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
Has Dandelion for sale. It Is a cure
I Cure for Dandruff.
DEX, published In the 8aturdav Bullo-1
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives al,lc- I nm naturally Inclined to be rat,
I concise and complete resume of all le-' and It Is a hard thing for mo to take
ga notices, calls for tenders, Judo-loft
iments, building permit and real es-1
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apr BULLETIN ADS. PAY -C
Umbrellas re-covered and brass
Isbcd. Tnkatn, 1S&I Fort St.
Bee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Key., Music boxcj, BnarpeniDK of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Grill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Fort 8L
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Mntxiinkn, Kiikul St. hctw. Ither and
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A. J. DERBY, D. D. 0.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.: CORNER VINE
YARD: TEL. WHITE 151.
Give to your own boys and
girls and to your friends, a
camera or a kodak for Christ
mas. It Is not too early to make
Our stock Is very complete
now and will givo a great va
riety to choose from.
nMiHiUctureil (ram pure illttllltrt wt
Icr. Uellvrrt to any part of city by
I) i,l;CC C0.t
rtitrii nin isi
U AD9i i'AY a-
Kaufman (tefcated Merger In ten
rounds. The lattcr's seconds threw
tip the sponge. Following Is what Mer
ger thinks of It:
Merger, ol course, was,- crestfallen
nt his defeat and stilt feels keenly the
pangs of ndrcrsity, but he Is logical
enough to see that nature had as much
to ,) wtn ,10 mplng of the battlo
,ngtl8l ,m (n(l Kufmann.
"While Al was making horseshoes I
was turning out bills of lading," t!c-
'clared Merger, "and 1 found out Wed
nesday that the making of horseshoes
u ,)Ctlcr cxcrc,c for developing rug.
Redness than Is the making of entries
t "Mad 1 been as rugged as Kaufmann
1 1 would have won with a knockout.
l"'" ' wn" nal n" rUKKC(1 M At, and his
Btrcngth nnd stamina Is what won that
' fight for him against me.
"Throughout the battle I knew per
fectly well what I was doing, but
fnulil not bring my knowledge Into
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execution, Alter tnc lourin round my
physical forces failed to respond to
any mental urging, and 1 was as dead
on my feet ns the statue of ueorge
Washington nt tho Moston Common'
Yet my defeat has not been convinc
ing. I still think I know more about
the game than does Kaufmann, nnd
I am not satisfied that he Is a better
man lhan "!
"When I fight Kaufmann again I
wlu ,IBln lolWi 'I c In better eim-
,,l,lon tnnn ' WBS during that last bat
To ,10l(0 who nnvp f0iowcu- K)0rt
and dipped the least bit deeper than
.mere results Merger's .argument Is a
1 T,,llt Derger's rondltlon wns far
from being what should be asked for
In an athlete entering n contest
ngnlnxt n doughty, rugged, bruising
fellow Is now patent.
Ham entered the ring lardy and
, leaden. Usually alert nnd spry for n
, hlg fellow. Merger was slow nnd slug-
glsh ns it Devonshire plow boy. Her
per wns also as nenous ns nn amateur
actress making her stage bow.
Talk to light faiiH who know (ho
sport and they will icftiso to be con
lnccil that Merger has any right to
tnlk of quitting tho game.
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ON THE ilD
This nflcrnoon nt 3:30 tlm Intereot
leglnte (ram of tho High School will
meet tho Oahu II. Thf winner of this
gnmc today will go against tho Knm
second team for tho championship.
There Is much Interest being taken In
this gamo nnd n lively slrugglo should
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I There will be n practise game of
sneker fool hall at the HaRfbntl Park
I nt 3-30 p. m, today. Tho Y. M. C. A.
and Infantry will meet.
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Tonight Is dear old Saturday night
and all the skaters will doit tho rol
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Tomorrow the golfers havo their
Inning nt llnlelv.a and the White Mock
cup will bo contested for. A largo
crowd of driver wloldcrs will be nn
hand to light for tho cup.
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Today will bo a great day In Maul
tennis. Tho Honolulu boys will ha
tin hand to show tho Mnul racquet
wleldcrs how to swing on n tennis
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Tomorrow's baseball gamo between
the, Diamond Heads and Metropolitans
Is tho last game of tho season.
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Dan llcnenr has lien winning iiioro
swimming races nt the University of
Pennsylvania. Ho won t lit) fhamphm
ship scratch raro at tho unUerslty
and also tho high nnd fancy dllng
OF INTEItEsflO SPOUTS
Willie Fitzgerald and Harry Lewis
nrc matched again.
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Cans mill llctmaii mtct tin New
Yenr's Day at Tonopah.
Kaufmann and Merger drew Jio,.
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New York, Nov. 2. 8.tin Kltzp.it
rick, manager of Jack Johnson, the
negro heav weight pugilist, slated to
.day lh.it he would Uiallcngo Kauf
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Ituchcxtcr, Oct. 27. Young Poler
Jiiflmon of llaltlmnro mid Mlku Dunn
Mii of this city wcro to have fought
lifleeii lounds before the Dukulow
Athletic Club licit) last night, but Don
(ivnu was Riven n doubtful decision in
tho ninth round,
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Ham r'ltipatrlrk, who has taken big
Jut L Jnhlieuil, Ihn (tiloroil heavy
wtluhi iliuiiipliin, uudar his mu mine
mini. Is iiiiik ilvily r iiinihie id
IliU III Itllllll I, Ullllll III llltl lllll IhIIiiU
I') IHMt JftllllMI) III lllfl linn The V,
101141 .MMItD Will" "I rillllHil-l i
llllU 1U Kl)(M UM PsWI id Hie ii
iMmlnln fur u.sUiimiinl Imim Uwi,uii
(Johnson and any good man that Kits
Patrick can secure to meet his man.
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In making up his team this year
Coach Stagg Is said to have spurned.
beef for speed. They arc certainly"
handing It to beef In Chicago this
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Coach Yost says Michigan will have.
to go some to beat Pennsylvania. The
(Junkers may as well prcparo for the
deep, dark gloom. It's almost' all
over when "Hurry Up" begins to talk
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As a matter of course rt few players
are being killed and Injured, but un
der the new rules It Is purely accident
al, not Intentional. ,
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Klehllng Yost, Mlcblgnn's "Hurry j
Up" football coach, gavo out a long1
Interview the other day in which he
discussed spoils In general and Inter
national contests between Knglnnd
nnd America. Among other things
"If there Is ono thing which makes
me weary tt Is that annual cry that
goes up from English sportsmen and
athletes that while they themselves
play only for the sport to bo found In
games, the Americans play solely to
win, not cnrlng for the sport as a
sport at all.
"Kvcry mnn who takes up a lino of
sport does so far the benefits and
pleasure to be derived from this sport
primarily, 'sport for sport's Bake.'
Mut nny man Hint Is, any man with
red blood In his veins who goes Into
any game, goes in to win that game.
The Kngi8h Just the snmo ns nny
"When llnrvard first went ncross
this rummer the Kngllsh crew wero
using nn old shell which they Intended
to carry through the lace. Harvard
comes overhand makes a good show,
ing In tho preliminary practice. The
Englishmen get frnnllc when, they see
a chaneo In get beaten nnd Immcdlnte
ly send In nn order for n new racing
shell of the Intent and most costly
There would hnvo been no differ-
enco so far'as 'the sport end of (ho
I ace was concerned, but llko any one
clso I hey wonted to win and were
willing to taka nn chances. Then,
ngaln, when tho rnce was finished wc
read where three of the Mrltons fell
exhausted Injthclr boat. They would
have gotten mnro sport out of It hnd
they not rowed so hnrd, but then they
would havo been beaten. And still
they ilse to remark that their teams
mo only Tor sport, caring not who
wins or loses.
"In the recent Olympian games Kng
land i,aw enrly (hat she could send no
team In (Iri'cco nblo In copo with the
American ntlieltcs, In place of send
ing the men sho bad for 'sport's sako,
tho Mritlsh association refused to send
r. tenni or represcntntlvo at all, pre
ferring to be left out entirely than to
"An Englishman Isn't ns cntbuslas.
He of coiirso outwardly ns an Ameri
can. It Isn't his nature. Mut down In
his heart the feeling In regard to vic
tory nuil defent Is tho samu with him
us It Is wllli every man tho feeling
that lie would much rather win than
"Provided that no accidents happen
we are going to tako that baseball
game fioin the Diamond Heads tomor
row ami win tho championship of tin
Winter League. Wc havo the team
ami there will bo no excuse, If wo lose,"
said MiiKlinell, tho captain of tho Mel
lopolltans. Ilushncll's sentiments art)
backed up by tho balance of tho team
who are certainly out to win, "Pop"
Ilellbron says that every player will
lose his Job If they don't bring back
The Diamond Heads have something
to say about winning and If they can
turn the trick they ure going to do so.
They have a team composed of a mix
lure of old and young plnyoru and II
they work propeily In tho pitching do
pailmciit they Bland a very good
chaneo of Uklug this same. It will
pioli.ihly ho Chllllngworth vs. Amoy
in the box. Lust Sunday Amoy had
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o'clock Admission 25 rents,
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the best of the argument and kJ Pcf ami print" No?' ' , ' C,""fn'
hits well scattered. I"""3 , f rl' la ,"" 1Cl1: , '' , "0l
Wl.ltl.ever way this game goes It Ih,W "icre ,'" ''"1 "f ' ' ,K, "
going to bo tho real thing, nnd wo ". not only on tho nu ..land mid
Blvi, w, .ho il i !, on hand and sec I'"". '"" lh0 " iho Colonics.
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..31 (l .700
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WE TRUTHFULLY ASSERT -that the lines of suits we show
are undliputably substantial suits, cut from the most durable wool
fabrics of serges, cheviots, thlbMs and casilmeres, In genteel blue,
black, grey, and mixed grey colors, and some pronounced pat-
tcrnt. They are priced from
S8.50 up to $22.50
Materials are steam-shrunk, are hand-tailored, sewed with double-test
pure silk and aro as lobby and stylish suits as can be found
Some Stylish Shirts
We are making the mast attractive shirt offering of any storo
In the Islands. They are the SILVER 8HIRT, called Silver be.
cause the wearer saves sllvver In buying them and the satisfac
tion of wearing them Is the silver kind. This shirt Is made In all
icgular sizes, from durable cloth, jf light and dark colors In
checked and fancy patterns; are pleted or. plain; have cuffs at
tached or unattached. They rcll for $1.25. Why not order one by
Ilciilbach. Chicago l'J I -82'
llriiwn, Chicago 27 fi .818
l.eevcr. Pittsburg 23 7 .707
l.iindgren, Clilcngti 10 0 .727
Tto lor, New York 18 7 .720
Pllcslcr, Chicago !! ! .""
Mifllnnlty, New York .. 21 12 Ml
MnthcwBon. Now York .. 22 12 .017
WIIIU, Pittsburg 22 13 .fiS'l
Taylor, St. L.-Ch 20 12 .023
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Tho second gamo to ho played Sun
day, November 11, nt tho League
grounds, will he between tho Knnla
baseball team anil tho Camp McKlnlcy
baseball team. A great game Is ex
pected. Tho Kaala's team follows: II. A.
Hilto. e; Chits, Pitaluhl, p; Cockett, lb;
Wm. AM. 2b (tnpt.); S. Marino, 3h;
I). Smithies, ss; Joe Ordcnsteln, If;
Henry, cf; Wm, Kernandes, rf; subs:
Wm. Pnoie, who Is stopping ocr
hero on bis wny fiom San l-'runclsco
to tho New Zealand Kxposltlon, Is thu
traveling representative for Mrs
Wcathcrred'B magazluo, "Western
Tho first number, December Issue,
hns Just been published. The second
will ho a special Hawaiian edition and
will rontaln n great deal of good pro
motion material for theso Islands.
It was expected that the (list Issuo
of Western Tours would havo reached
tho nubile scveinl months ago, but
after tho caithquake, numerous troit
IiIcb wero encountered In securing p:i-
I PAS3ENQER8 ARRIVED.
j Kiom lllln mid way ports, par utinr-
KIiiiiii, Nov. 10. Wm Henry, I L.
I Winter. W. Ktiller. (' frail, M. rt. I'a
rhcto, CliiiH. Williams, M, K I'ukiil, IT
K. Viwhlziikl, I'clri-1" Tosh, J. II. Mnr-
mnul, Tom lllult Mih, M II, Wulliu',
Seiiiitoi- P. P. WomlH, Hiinil, P, Wuod.l
, ,ln ('. Hi'n.mltiKwiiy, Juik Hmilh,
, Miss llulli Itcntoii, i; l l)w, V Ji
' l.lnilciniin, ,, II l.lndsuy, ft K, Nut Icy,
I'. J Tiifiu, H. ,. Kult'lliolutil, Pr. O
l Willi. Mis I) i: Wnll mid I'lilli',
Ml Kmil IttlliC'i f'ltuilHW. II, Vi)ttm
tr II I- HibHeii, ilr II I. Ilmlwiii
W ,1 f'SHliO, DOWIIKH IlMHlHIIvH. P.
Mall orders are sent with the greatest possible dispatch. We
can fit and suit you on orders received by mall. Perhaps you
don't think so but we're anxious to prove It. Drop us a postal
card with your address and tie one word '"How?" on It, and we'll
tell you by return mall HOW wc do It. Thlo will not obligate
your ordering from us.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sour Facton
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walatua Agricultural C.
The Kohala 8ugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co,
The Fulton Iron Works, 8t Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Llfa Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins, Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Assurance Co. f London.
fa. I. Irwta k Cf., Ltd
WM. a. IRWIN... President and Mgr.
JNO. O. 8PRECKEar3..1at Viet Pros.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vloa Praa.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS ,.. Secretary
E. I. 8PAULDINQ Auditor
Oceanic steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co, San Fran
Baldwin Locomotlva Works, Fhlla
Newall Universal Mill Co. .(Manufac
turers of National Can Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Of mil Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugxr Co., Tha Planter
Ulni of San Francisco Packits, Cha.
Brewer & Co.'e line of Boston Packets.
LI8T OF OFFICERS:
C. M, Cooke, President! Qeorgt
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger) E, F. Blihop, Treasurer and Bee
reiary; P, W, Macfarlana, Auditor! P,
C, Jnres, C, M, Cook and J, R. Celt,
limns you hay lisani the rent
iMwutii yvu mi nsiuiy 4ll uif,iiD ffll'mi li, UAK.'H AUVCrit
firm imnfoyiiniri'i HI ivi linn
ntn.l hat II il
SM08TIIOM MU8I0 no,, ,TRi
P.O. Box 40
Alexander & Baldwin
r. . COOKE Manaaar
rt. P. Baldwin President
J. - Castle Vies Preeldent
W. M. Alexander ..Second Vie Pre.
L. T. Peck Third Vic Pres.
J, Waterhous Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERSHAMIS and
Hawaiian Commerolal Sinjar C.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Maul Agricultural Company. ,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company. j
Kahulul Ballroad Company,
haleckala Ranch cemaany.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
Oeneral Aont for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London,
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insuranc Co.
4th FLOOR, STANQENWALD BLDO.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that In provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Maisa.
chusetts, In .the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OP BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS.
'If you would be full Inlonntd about
lliese laws, addrcis
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. II.
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