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RVnNlNO nUU,HTIN. HONOLULU. Til. TcTHSIUV. NOV. 13, 1006.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Pnjfo 8, NBW TO-UAY, for Nw Ada.
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A llrst-rlass lioOKkcencr will Hocort tho
keeping of u set of books durlngi
evening hours Address "A. l; , llul
Thorough, rellnlilu sober, Rood chir
ntliT delivery wagon driver Ail
dress "S ' llnllclln 3331 tf
Appl) Dr. UlnncharilH. M. WHITNEV Treasurer
Kiirnlshcd rooms Rented to stilt the
times. Helen's Court, Adams l.anc.
Cottices Iu Chrlstly Lano. Apply'
Wong Kwal. Smith St., rnank Hotel.
2 furnished Irnnt mo tin at 1223 V.m I
ma St.: rent reasonnblo . 3401 U.Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufao
Newly furnished mowiulto proof rooms
. lit SI Vineyard St. 2728-tl
fine comer lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. I''., this bSice.
Hqimbs In nny
flic Weekly Kditton at tne Rvenlng I
Bulletin ghes a complete; summary of I'
thn nona of tbo ill. For SI a yer. ,
Ulnnk books of all sorts, ledgers.
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
llsblne Company. I
Mrs. Hodgson Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Jinny ears experience. I
Ktisy and pleasant method. Itupld
nnd thorough progress, Lessons
ghcu at impll's own rcsldcncu or at
Studio, 213 Vineyard St. (near Urn
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should bo left at the Ha
waiian New Co, Young bldg Phone
21)4 or Cottago No. 1. Hnalelc.i I.nwu.
For house-help, phone White 2S91, Ma
tiki. General Employment Offlct),
"or Pensacola and Ucretanla.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Time To Think
about the adding Your time
and that of your high priced
clerks Is worth money. Why
not begin to economize on
time by using a Burrough'a
ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING
CORN FED TURKEYS.
Tel. Main 100
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 8. BERETANIA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 8S1.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DCALLRQ IN IMPORTED QCNCRAL
umuur. AnTicLi.fi or all kinds
on NUUANU sTimcr.
Tl. Main 26' P. O. Bos 9(5.
TEL MAIN -173.
Tor Japtnss rooks, wailsrs, women
for houtuvoik and blip for Uiy wort'
awppllfil on short node
JAPANP8I. NEW HOTEL UNION,
MUfiHU HTIIEET MUAR I'AUAMI.I
Kn hrnnoh .1. Pnrl.i lmvn Cn l-nri I
St.. onn. Catholic Mission. 3503-tf
Wot. Q. Irwii & Co., Lttf
WM. a. IRWIN. ..President and MBr.
JNO. O. 3PRECKEkS..1st Vic Pr.a,
W. M. QIPPARD 9H Vina Dr..
RICHARD IVER9 Secretary
t. i, nAULumu,,.,
Oceanic Steamship Co., 8an Francisco,
Western Sugar Reflr.lng Co, San Fran-
turers of National Ccna Shred
der). New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Sin
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
Has Dandelion for sale It Is a sure
Cure for Dandruff,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT, i
TWO FOR $1,501
AP courses In the Y. M. C. A. Night
School cost $5 for six months In addb
tlon to the $5 membership fee; but two
courses can be taken for $7.50.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
Ishcd. Tnkatn, 12S4 Kort St.
Sea Hastings for repalra of Locks,
Key., Music Ijoici, Snarpeniau of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union GrllL
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Ko:t St
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Matsunkn, Kukul St. bctw. litter nnd
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
nOSTON BUILDINO, 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 anil will give great va
riety to choose from.
manufactured from purs distilled wa
. ter. Delivered to any part of elty pyii'.im work ucfiiro lliey inn win any
1 courteous drivers. Rnines
IHio mo Iho Imls nlm Milli.lnl(M
in tl.. me....,n
iri itin I'irnTiiin ri
IM'. A n II ClXUnw Mf,,
Tspliori. nlus 3)61
j0tT H.II.LETIH APS, PAY -
OAHU COLLEGE OUT-BUCK KAMS
Klghtoon minutes after llio whistle
bl"vv announcing the beginning of play,
l'nnnhou, by a series of end runs, punts
nml frttl"'u' Pnsses, placed the sphere
on the Kams' 20-yard line, directly In
front of the goal Quarterback llccn
backed the signal for a plaeo kick ami
Allen l.owery, the Oahu's right, half
hack stepped Inek to make the try. It
was an anxious moment for the Ulnu
mid (lold nnd ns for that matter the
Knms. Hprctators ntong the side line
held their breath while tho ball was
ucIiir passed to the quarter. Lonre
aim mis true nnd when the pigskin
sailed between the goal posts makliiK
tho score 1-0, Veil Lender Ah l.oj
called cheers for "l.owrcy! Lowrey!
Good boy Iiwrey!" and the Punahoj
rooters responded ttllli nil the spirit
i In them It Is only intercollegiate
football that can bring forth euih i
t iii:st ti:am won. .
i It was 3 I' when MtDougall booted
the sphere to 1.1. In the first kick oil
I ho latter, by a nlco run, iiuno back
for20nrds. The College boys showed
a stlH defense nnd Lola was forced to
kick and tho ball went 13 jnrds. where
llin catcher was downed In his tracks
McDougnll Rot away a punt nftcr n
bad pass. It was hero that tho nine
and (lold team began to show a super
lotlty otcr tho Knms. I.)tnnn. went
for if. xnnl. nrn.m.l Ihn lfnm- Infl nt,.l
and Uiwrey ndded 15 more past the
Kams' tackle A delated pass falls
The Dill'; nnd (lold boys showed bettei
tt-mi work i1 ml In fact cxicllcd In ev-
err branch of the spurt. The Knms
hold for downs nnd lJtn was furced
to punt. MiDoiigalls punt was
i blocked and then tho Fame lad tried n
l fake punt for no gain Puns lost man)
I arils Iu thesn two pla.s. Tho lllur
nnd (lold team was forfeit back to Ihcli
own lOjanl line, whkh was as i line
as the Knms got to their oppoticnU
gnil line In the cutliu ganm. Kams
fumbled when It looked gool for them-
Oiliu ball. Tho first forward pass from
llccn to lloogs gno the Collego 20
' j arils Quarlcrhack kick did not wink
Oir-slde play by Kams ndded to tho
Puns' illKtiiuic. Ixiwroy added 20 and
another forward pass plated the ball
on the 2il-iird lino nnd Lowrey Kicked
1 his goal, unikln.1; the only storo of the
! day. Knms kick off to McDoogull, whe
linn In 10 nrds. Most of tho piny wns
' . s.. . i. . . . .
going on In the KnmB' territory nnd
when the whlstlo blow the ball was In
possession of tho Puns on the Kams
Oliver kicked off to (he Oahii 43- aril
line nnd l.ymnn sprinted in 10. Kami
hold nnd McDougnll punts nut ol
bounds for n 20-yard gain. The Kams
began to play fnst ball and made somo
gecid gnlns through the Puns' line. It
was only in this fnst plujlng that they
showed anything oer the Puns. Thu
Puns worlycd the hall to within strlk
tng dlstnnce nnd then fumbled. The
' game was fierce in this half nnd waged
I about even, but the Hlue nnd (lold still
i hnd n shade, and moil of the pln lug,
' as In the first half, was dnno In the
' Knms' territory. The half ended w Ith
Kams' ball on center line.
STAItS Ol' THU oami:.
1 Allen l.owrcy, tho right halfback
loomed up head nnd shoulders nUite
any player on tho field. It was his
consistent gains nnd long runs, aided'
by Lyinnn. that plated thn hall on iliecl"u l"llrk0 wl" "pproich much nearei
Kams' 20-yaid line. It was I.owrcy'8
toe that booted the lull between tho
posts for tho only score. 1jwrey picks
bis openings well nnd twists when
tnckled, Ills great fault Is running
loo high, Captain l.jni.m showed that
ho is quick on his feet and n good
gtounil gaining back McDougnll did
good work on tho defensive nnd also
kicked well He got awny every punt
Kor tho Knms, Oliver nnd Una did
Ihc best work. Tho hitter especially
showed up well. This team, however
lacked tho necessary team work and It
ecmed ns though It was each man for
Thero does not seem to bo nny vasl
difference between the obi mid now
rules. The new rules tall for more
punting and Iu nil theie were eighteen
punts Iu the old game If a full li.iek
punted Mir times ho was doing well
fly the aid of the forward p.ibb unci
quarterback kick the IO-.ird gain hi
thrco downs does not seem such n hard
ship after all
citowD si:us emu:
You can tnllc all you want about
Sockcr. Itugby or any oilier kind of
football, but It takes Inlercollcglulc in
dliiw an American crowd. And what
game Is there tlint inn work the trowi
i.ti ,. bi.nl, .. .-l. t. . rri I..- 11 .
it ii ii, mil. u a u-ii i I nu BMIU lilies )OS
vmniy worn clowned witn interested
spottutois and tho girls mniln more
nolso than tho boys llulli schools had
u bunch of raoleis an baud. Inn Ah
Lov- nnd his gang, wealing I ho Hlue nn
flold mini" (lie most nnh.c us Ihc
I Knms did little to toot for
! It Is claimed that tho Kama were.
plnvniir with biimo of their hotel men
Hill of tliiiuiiiiie. but tliey must dosoiiiD1
' '" ," i-mi'
Km PoiUloo oahu.
n i-. i.
, C Aklna
It. 1 I.
I.. T. H.
It. (1. I..
Kiiahlno . h "
I.. (I. It.
Kohamamtia (loo On .... W. Ldgte
Knnpana I. While
Oliver (Cotil.) M. llccn
11. II. I..
i,, Ionian (Cnpl.)
I. II 11.
,. J. Desha!
ltcfcrcc Professor Heed
Tlmekeepcrs-C 1'. rilts, C I.UIiir
Chief l.lncsman Itev. 13. II. Turner
Time of Unites Twenty minutes.
WIlc t,c ontui Country Club opens
I, ,f , mbrt11 ,llcy
. . ...
i ttl11 ll0 ""rp'lsed to seo some of the
"' w """ ""u r"',K- "' '"v """
i8 Presfcnt. (lolf Is si no-v Ritmc
lr '' country, but It hna been here
J""1 ,0,,K ciu,ub1' ,0 '"' Ir'HrcialV9.
. lrP ,0 ,hf P,cnl l"":' ,1;r. i'"1'1 1,,erc'
lmo ,lc,lre'1 Krc,,n9 "lie bllll.ird litl.lea,
"" ""' I'crfcctlj smooth linn been the
Ty. I.nlcly, llOttCtCT. SOlnO of Ollf bCtt
Rolfcrs hate been tlsltlng tho hist gall
courses in America nnd tho old country.
These golfers bring hack rtullltr re
ports of tho make-up of comso they
hao fccii. Iu AmerUn they cliim that
I ll' Krfns have been flat but that now
there Is u change being made nnd 'uat
the Americans arc following tho Men
of the Scotch courses.
Walter J. Travis, the crack Ameri
(an golfer, has Just remodeled tho (lin
den City golf luurso nnd It Is r-iitlu.ei!
that this course, wilt change the ideas
" ,osl American gcuers. iu. uaiiu
ICoitntiy Club will adopt some of tho
',lcn "' '"o unruen cuy course.
On the Country Club's third nnd fifth
greens tho undulating theory Is bciu?
tarried out, both on the right, left ami
I car sides of the grtcn smooth mounds
of earth nro being placed. Thcso
mounds will bo turfed and will rcqulic
tho plnjer to approach straight for tin
hole and In the event ho approached
to tl10 r8lu- lcfl ,,r r lll E"011
I III limn Imvn athin fltin nvnnllllnt
will then hnvn some lino execution to
dtflo put over thoso hills and lie dead
to the hole. This Is golf nnd It takes
some thinking to do the trick. These
greens will be K) constructed that they
can be plned with n putter, but ll Is
expected that somo will try to play
oter the hills with n mnshlc. Tho:c
greens will be had for tho placr who
' "snally takes three or four puts to
nuia emu ii wn i no iiirco or lour now
Mast of the courses nwny from here
mo so constructed that n poor shot Is
penalized by a bunker or hazard, hcic
only nntiir.il hazards exist and In fact
some, of thu players would like, the
brush nnd grass cleared for miles
around so that they would nlwnjs hate
a good He. It can bo said without hesi
tation that tho courses hero nio too
easy as far ns good golf Is concerned
Wo linto often heard about tho .Minion
mill Mo.innlu.i courses being "sporty
... .. .. ..
""-' '"" '"o wan more suiieu ior,
K,,nls """ S" Players. The Country
thn Ideal golf course than anything wc
liavo thought of here. There nro many
good natural hazards mid although th
ground Is rolling, there are no climb.'
Hvcry green on thn couise will ho dlf
feicnt nnd consequently must ho played
with some Judgment. This course will
teqiilre hrolns ns well us cjo and
Tho toursu Is being constructed with
thn Idea always In mind that n good
shot deserves n good lie.
the fi m
In watching tho gnme yesterday be,
(ween tho Onhu Collegn and Kam Llov
ens no cannot section-tho rorward pass
enn bo nppiiived by either speitalois.
or players and wo predict that next
year's rules will prohibit It. ' Deputy Tax Collettoi (iitcn will Hike
It Is claimed in the' States this pmss.ft short vacation tilp to Knual as soon
has met nltli disapproval by all in.
deed it might he truthfully bald that
tit the end of n month's plavlug Hint
if the plavcre hud (heir buy they would
Imvo thrown It overboard without fur
ther trial This Innovation as noticed
jesterdny has been primarily to blame
for Ric-.it liHionsi.nl fumbling. It Is alfu
dangerous, It makes tho game rough,
er Any play In which tho quartet back,
whllo on tho run, must throw tho bull
forward to a team muto who, besides
. belpg In million, must tnko tho throw
tt"lln looking nt the hull, Is ciieriiledi""y ' minuios nam tho lourtioom
I nl a ureat risk of liulnu tho ball nnd
llijniliig the "liver, And thcrn Is tioth
lug wlilcli oxnspeintoi playcts, coachri
mid spectators so inuc-li us a fiinhlo
which nulllllos iidvnntnRiH gained
i' nslstetit pinjttSH vvllli tho hull
Tho cle iiienl er lucii-ased daiiuer Is
lni:oiued by thu fuel lliut the quur-,"'! "PPcuiniiio m.ey nuvn uint minm or
(.,,, M n,K i ,Mi. nnd llii'Mi'" " Hi" J"r
inmui In retftltliic (' IwM. l ! t ' . ... ,. .
...... . . ' . , ... ... Thn WAalelv lFiltltn,. .if tli. Uu..tl..
' cipip-s to uvo 111 I3C ore. 'Win nauger
Is ..ens,, .n n,n m mrsivma iho
ball ii, imist cii lull ll vvllli both liuniN
and is loweilon m waul nif imkli'ia aaafr'Tor lUnl" cardi on sals at
lit luuiii iiu ( i mining ulili iho Iwlluhs Dulldln sllict,
In nn open field, finally tho mnn ear
ning the bnll Is without Interference
nnd the ilnngcr from n fllng tneklo In
correspondingly Increased, especially ll
made whllo ho Is in the act of catching
the ball Yet ns tho gnmc and senson
goes on It may prove nil tery proper.
PANAM4 CANAL CONTEST
The first count In the Panama Canal
Contest for possession of the Panama
Model now on exhibition at Ihn Suths
Dry flo-ids Company, was niadn Thtirx.
day evening, November Mil. nnd shows
tho following result:
High School 2.235
St. Louis College
( neon's Hospital
St. Andrew's Priory
,-j.. ...... .-. ..
Mnllo l)dgc No. I, K. of P.
VACATION FOR OFFICIALS
The season of vacations for the ofll
clals of the Covcrnmenl building sccun
to have (aken n new Ic.i'o of life, (lov
nrnor Cmter will start today on n week
which will bo us fno as possible from
nil business worries. Ho will keep out
of Honolulu for this reason,
Supeiliitendcnt of Schools Ilabbltt
will lento shortly for n hunting trip
on Moloknl. Ho has been working pret
ty hard mid needs u rest.
Superintendent of Public Works Hol
low ay loaves today for Molokal where
he will take n two weeks' tramp ami
shootltiR expedition lieforo returning
K "ln woines or ins omen.
ita tne wtonu innniimeniiii taxes la in
which will ho completed on Thuisdiir'
MANUEL FOUND GUILTY
A quick trial nnd a quicker verdict
from tho Jury was tho result of thn ta-,o
lu, which Joo Manuel, a Porta Itir.in,
was charged with burglary in tho first
elsgico beforo Judge l.lndsuy esterday.
The enso took but n single da) and a
verdict of guilty ns charged was ro-
' iiiriiocl by tho Jury after nn nbseiico of
Manuel nail leililieel a .hili.lliesn stoic
' "I''t ""' pick ceils on women and
l-'. whencn his downfall
fioiua nf the witnesses vvlm weie pm
,y iiutrii oy iiepui Alioiney i.ol"ial
I inning wero inn wniiiiei' ol the coin
rutllll ll Is lioilRlll that llulr 1 licliaiit-
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'im linos nr H.n ihtr Fur sS u ysir.
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GO MTM W ARE. MOT IN ITl THAT I J) GsilTiNG HEAVY. Bcutvr
IW-1 HAKES r.E fEEl AWrULrUNMY. s. A rr
i s-l.HS OP. I WW- Ir-THAT GOT ANP HIS ) L,--
jar. j un. i - 3 mji' " ksopoo make r r JD i
X rTTING TATTtR ANDY y (. . )N iH ' BBWftTOtTjirTriyTA
jrATie-,. my HoRie 5-(J(" ' b JTMcn uf cenr oh our
.ri"y( ) jt 1JEe'ifW!
" mnwr,iK.iT tm: uw tm tiisa Itittsm im ck hio cw
HORSE Will Bt
ftjOllY HE (
is sunt, BUT I CAN
MAKE HIM VIU. Ill
the. boy to t, jra, -aPrsft
take themi: r M Hsyj
lpllL' Yfi ifiliii v M&Hffl t
AND GIVE THAT
A Pill AND HIS
HOME. A FAT PRO
PHI. ARE YOU
(HI TOOK" IT' I'
i 'i .hist
TOLD HIM IT WAS
iQOOJ) FOR HIS
,N01 Will NOW. (I0!
Your Howe win
,WiN SO BtT Atl
Y0UVE GOT I
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
;: Suiar Factor.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walatua Agricultural C.
The Kohala Sugar Co,
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co,
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St Loula, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN 8TREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co. Or mea 8ugar Co.,
Honomu 8ugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugrr Co., The Planter
Lin's of San Francisco Packets, Ohas.
Brewer & Co.'s line of Boston Packets,
LI8T OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
er; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Qalt,
you should take at least
a day off and run down to
Halelwa for a rest. The
holidays and their accom
panying annoyances and
rush of business will be
here before you know It
and then It will be too
laic, Why not begin now?
St. Clair Bidgood,
l .t tiig u for einn.tiir.l
'll.i lurs.., leiit.iiiiii.iliin.,
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ItHiEiissCstsntCs"' "" I'l'i'il'usM
,.! miuiiu. 11111.111111. i.r uitrrHlinii.
i .nn..., an i mil i.oin.
sl r r-l0nAn.
niiM hy llriitslat..
t llleil.r ..lit nil irii.i
lllsnk bonks nf nil sorts, ledgers,
Fli i u ft lift V
il. v. s. i. m
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Wff kHi'-- 'VSW VI Ml
r.n away ntl tup
JUMP THEN THEY'lL NEVER CATCM
iME.THSRf!; OME GOOP HORSE IN )
LTHE JUNCH. BUT ril BEAT tftJH-
Alexander & Baldwin
. COOKE Manag
it. P. Baldwin Praaldanl
J. . Castl Vlca President
W. M. Alexander.. .Second Vlca Prat.
L. T. Pack Thlid Vie Pr.
i. Waterhouae Treasurer
C. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Sua' Cat
Haiku Sugar Campari
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kaliuku Plantation Company, i.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
halaekala Ranch Cemoany.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assuranc Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, 8TANQENWALD BLDG.
la not a Luxury; it la a Necessity.
Rut you Must have the BEST
and that io provided by the famou
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, in the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF B08TON, MA88ACHU8ETT8.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T, H.
I Is kept nn file at E.
TIIIH PAPER, C. DAKC'S ADVER.
I T I 8 I N G AGENCY,
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'b mid for It