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RVnNtNO nW.I.KTlN. ItONOUIMI. T. II.. WEDNESDAY, NO?. It. 198.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
ttea Page B, NSW TO-OAY, for Now Ads.
A homo ( live or six rooms, sltuntcd
cither In Mnnoa or Walklkl, must
In In Rood repair. Address "1 S.,''
Ittillotln OIHce. 353'J-tf
A yoiuiR white ninn, who can make
lilnisclr ii'cful. Mint have refci
once. Apply Dlctz' Jewelry Store.
A llrsl-cl.is bookkeeper will ncccft the ,
kecpl.iK ot a set of books during'
evening hours. Address "A. K" Hill
letlli Oincc. 3S2Stfi
Tliorougli. rcllnblo sober, good char
ncicr itollicry wagon driver. Ail
dross "S.." llulletln. 333 l-tf
.-.nny nirnisiicii noiiscKcepniK rooms
in lieau or city. New furniture.
Including IMano. (las stove.
Manufacturers' Shoo Co,
I-'tirnlshcd rooms. Itcntcd to suit the
times. Helen's Court, Adams Lane,
Cntticcs In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hotel.
furnished front rooms at
ma St.; rent reasonable ,
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
at 4 Vineyard SL 2728-tl
ROOM yXIVO BOARD
Dclrahlo suite or single room, with
board, at Mrs. Mncilonald'x, Will
Mrs. Hodgson Teacher of Piano and
Hinging. Mnny years' experience.
Knsy and pleasant method, ltnptd
unil tliorougli progress. Lessons
given at pupil's own residence or at
Studio, 213 Vineyard St. (near Km
in a St).
Mr. Jai. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be left at the Ha.
wnltan News Co., Young hldg. Phone
294 or Cottage No. , Haalelea Lawti.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General .employment Office,
ear. Pensaeola nnd Ucretanla.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
i Time To Think
about the adding. ' Your time
and that of your high-priced
clerks It worth money. Why
not begin to economize o
time by using a Burrough'
ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING
. Club Stables
Tel. Main 109
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framjng a Specialty.
563 8. BERETANIA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
DCALt.H0 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
uniqim: AniicLun or all kinds.
Oil NUUANU 8TRKDT.
Tl, M'in So P, O, Bon Hi.
TEL MAIN 43.
Tor Jsuiniit cooks, wj r, womn
far hPUMvi. iml Mlp Nr dy wil''
lypplltd uii theil iwtlkl
Mi'AHPUP NCW HOTEL UNION,
Wimi HWAJI PAiAllli
A liull terrier pup, three months old:
cheap. Address "S. O.," Ilullelln
Fine corner lot tn Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and alt Improvements. Two mln-1
utct' walk from carl and Punahou.
College, Address R, F this office.
Squabs In nny
No branch J, Carlo Pawn Co., t'nrt
St.. opp. Catholic Mission. 3503-tf
Mrs. Doris E, Paris,
Maj Dandelion for tale.
Cure for Dandruff,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
RrSH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
SEEDS FOR 8ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 33S,
Umbrellat re-covered and braat pol
Ished. Tnkata, 1284 Fort St.
8ee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Key., Music Tsoiet, Snsrpeniaj of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Foit St.
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Matsuokn, Kukul St. bctw. Iltvcr nnd
PROFESSIONAL CARDS !
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
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 la very complete
now and will give a great va.
rlcty to choose from,
manufjclurcl from purs dl.tllM w..
ur. uiivri lo ny part of city by
OAIIII ICI ,NI) IIKIHIC CO,,
(iwu, Tltplilili Mlwt 9161
The contracts that were sinned by
l.arney Joy nnd Kn Sue, setting forlli
the terms they desired to play wllu
tjie KrUco hall team, lime been accep
ted by Cal. Kwlne. the manaRer ot
that team and he now wants pictures
of these two players to run In the
Krlsco papers. This shows that Ilia
wise manaRer Is nlnnys looking to ml
crtlsc his team and the pictures of
these two Hawaiian ball players will
ho quite a novelty to the ball fans on
Joy and I'n Sue will probably sail
nbout March 1.
ti n n
It Is not exaggeration tn stnle (hat
the hoisg that occupies tha largest
space In the, public eye of both con-
Incnls loilay Is the unbeaten Dan
rnlcli, 1;35. What bnrso In the world
a urol(,()rRi,i,rC( P K(,t harness Unit has
broken so many iccords, nearly nil
Chronologically speaking, his h In
tony Is summed up as follows: llrown
lorse, by Joo I'atrhcn, 2:01 1-1; dnm,
Zellcn, by Wllkeshcrry, 3:311; foaled
In 18'Jfi at Oxford, Ind.; bred by D. A.
Mexsncr Jr.; appeared first on tho
lurf In 19CD; won all his races four
--and mado a record of 2:10; won nil
his races In 190112113,800 In
stnkes, nnd lowered his record to
2:011-1: March, 1902, purchased by
M. B. Sturgls, New York City, for $20.-
mo; Aug. 2. 1902, paced In 2:00 3-4 nt
'Columbus, O.; August 23, 1902, paced
hi 2:00 1-4 nt lleadvllle, Mass.; August
29, 1902. paced In 1:59 M at Provi
dence, R. I.j Sept. 23. 1902. paced In
i.Vll-l nt Itendvllle, Mnss.; Dec. X,
,1902, purchased by M. W. Savage, Mlu
iienpolls, Minn., for $(10,000,
Memphis, Tcnn, Oct 29. 190.1, pan
fit n mile In 1:50 1-1 ; Memphis, Octo
ber 2fi, paced In UBfi; Lexington, Ky.,
Oct. 7, 1903, paced n mile In 1 : r,5 1-1
lllnmllnc, Minn., Sept. 8, 19Q0, paced
In l:r5. Tho first qunrtcr of last inllo
I nt Hnmlluo was paced In 0:28 1-2; lhi
hnlf In 0:S7j the thrcc-quartcrH In
1:20 1-4. Ills quarters were paced In
this trial as follows: First quarter,
0:28 1-2; second quarter, 0:28 1-2,
third quarter, 0:29 1-4; fourth quar
ter, 0:28 3-4.
If a volume were written nbout this
wonderful stallion, but little could in
odded of personal Interest. Ills per
formances speak more eloquently than
enn words of his supreme power as a
pacer, the like of which has never
worn bridle or been subject to thu will
n u u
lllcyclc riders have been Known In
i.evernl Instances tn die during n sud
den burst of speed, but tho only re
corded Instnnco of a dend man win
ning n raco was in February, 1899,
1 when James Somervlllo was ona of the
I competitors in an English race. In
I tho last lap there was a closo finish
'and the weary rldcrB exerted Ihcm-
,frvfK ,0 10 ,,, Somorv0 r-
1 ted into tho leadership 2.1 yards from
, tho tape, and (hen was seen In lurch
forwnrd over (ho handle bars and Iosh
his fooling on (ho pedals.
Tho Impetus of Ihn machine wns
sufficient lo enrry It nernss the Inpc
half a length ahead of Snmorvllln'K
nearest rival. While tho shouts and
plaudits of the crowd wora ringing In
Ihn nlr Somervlllo pitched In tho
ground, dead. In this ensn nlso tho
doctor who examined him snld tbnt
tho raco was won by a corpse, us tho
rider had Just expired before tho tape
In n running raco between Carter a
piglllst, and John I'owcr, a Lanrnstui
sprinter, nearly a hundred years ngn,
tho finish was most tragic Tho raco
was over u mile course and so closely
did tho two men paco otio another that
tho finish was desperate. Within tho
last fifty yards Carter mndo n mad
dnsh nnd nibbed abend of his oppn
rent. When lie wns within n few feet
of the goal ho stumbled nnd fell, roll
Ing on his side across tho lino Just
ahead of Power. He won the race but
ho never knew It. When picked up h'l
A renowned billiard player, Jona
than Kentflcld, wag beaten by n'corpca
In a gaino played nt Hrlghluii, Kent
field's opponent, a Hrlghtnn amateur,
I was given a long lead In n 2fl point
Igumo. There was 25() ul stake, nnd
(ho gamu wns exciting, The llnlsh
rinse. Kent Hold had romu within throe
.points of tho coveted 200 when ho
ftnlsseil nn easy shot and lc tt Ihu bnlls
In position for his rival. Tho Hrlghluii
mail was within nuu point of winning,
nnd leaned over tho Inblo and niiuk"
ihfi Inst shot while Ihn rinwil wntehiit
h I lit with breathless Interest l was
i dlllleiilt play, and Just an ho miide It
lie fell hark to Ihu Hour and expired
'"'"' l"t" Mopped iiiIIIiik ml
i'i'mim'h i i m.ui
II II II
t"l I IMI jl0t)llll dmiK'i of I
inixr lluuliy () Vjljivr iimMim Hny
iikmU hi iliv MmTuni)' uf t!v Amui
Mean college game of football, but tha
I New Zcnlandcrs when hero last winter
chowed that Rugby has attractive fea
tures. More for tho fun than for any
thing else a number of Valo players
tried their hands at It, playing n
tcorclcss game with a team mado up
ot Englishmen. There was not much
science on that occasion, but a lot ot
fun, nnd It Is thought Rugby has fea
tures that may bo introduced In tho
American game with benefit.
Dave L. Fills, the famous center
fielder, who finished the 1903 season
with New York Americans, Is now a
full-Hedged lawyer with Now York of
fices, Fred. W. Murphy, tho former
Rrown University coach, Is his part
Norman Denshnm, a Rugby player
from Knglnnd, has been engaged to
leach tho game tn the Pomona, South
crn California, college boys,
it n n
Of SSI games played In the Eastern
League, 193 were decided by a single
B tt H
The Cleveland club has selected
Jacksonville, I'lorldn, as spring (rain
After the Chicago serleu Pitcher
Overall said this would probably bo
l.is last year In baseball.
It tt It
Outfielder Hilly Lush, formerly of
Cleveland,, is again coaching tho I-alo
a a a
(leorgo Janes has won the Hay coun
ties tennis championship.
a a n
Jnck Munrnc nnd Mnrvlu Hart uro
a a a
Hill Squires may visit America and
light sumo of our best men.
a a a
Joo Thoas has nny offers to 11 x.
a a a
The llnwnllan Hide Association will
hold (heir shoot on New Year's Day,
Valuable, prizes will bo given.
a a a
Tho All Hawaii baseball tea will
not visit Honolulu.
a a a
Hockcr sensbn opens on Saturday
and the kickers will have an Inning.
a a a
T. II. Davlcs' baseball nine will
meet tho Rapid Transit team Satur
day. YREDNBERG AUTO TRIP I
Thu following letter gives addition
nl detail of Vrcdcnhcrg's nuto trip al
ready mentioned In tho llulletln:
Knmucla, Nov. 8 Ih, 1906.
Messrs. V.. O. Unit & Son, Honolulu,
Dear Sirs: Yours to hand nnd con
tents noted. I beg in ndvlso you that
I claim for tho "Cadillac" nnd myself
i:s chauffeur tho record run for thusi
I Iclt lliichue, John Mngulro's ranch
(Kona) 'Sunday, tho -Itti. at 10 n. in.,
with three passengers nnd luggago
Wm. K. P. Low, Jnmes Louis and Snm
Mado Walmea, 3T miles... 2:30 p.m.
Left Walmea 1:30 p.m.
Made llonoknn, 25 miles ... 7:15 p. in
Left llonoknn 7:30 p.m.
Made Lniipahoohoe, 20 m.. 10:30 p.m.
Next morning, electioneering alon,;
llllo, 30 miles 1:00 p.m.
Mr. I,ow made spcoch nt llllo Ar
mory nt S p. m, nnd nt 8:15 he nnd I
left for return trip.
Mad Lnupahoehoo 12:30 p.m.
Mado Honokaa 4:30 a.m.
Mado Walmea Courthouse.. 7:15 a.m.
Finishing tho Journey of 185 tn 190
15 3-4 gallons .gasoline and
not .i single stop for repairs.
Yours very ruly,
(Signed) WILMOT VIIKDENHKIIO.
The Wcokly Edition of tbo Evening
Bulletin gtres a comploto snmmsry of
the now a of tbo duy. For SI a year.
Being an Alkaline Liquid Dentifrice,
80ZODONT penetrates all the Utile
crevlees of the teeth, neulrallies tha
dannerous mouth acids and purines
the whole tooth structure, making (he
teeth strong and well.
Blind hy BOZOOONT, and your
tcein vill stand by you,
two ran 91.&0I
ai' -suiies In tli Y. M. C, A. Nlglil
in.ywi (on f? for ! inanihi In JJI
lB' Ij Hit tb nifinbiri hill IMI Ml two
(ou. in can in jJji 1r I7'W
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Hawaiian Opera House
THURSDAY, NOV, 22,
SATURDAY, NOV. 24,
Mrs. Wiggs of the
By a Selected Cast of
THE MASK AND WIG CLUB,
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER No. 3, O. E. S
This will be everybody's show.
CLEVER "8TUNTS" BY THE
This Is shoe week here.
Our new stock consists of sizes and
styles for everyone. These leaders
ought to attract you:
Tk. i itti c ant mm fn. Kn
grii , BOod wrer ,d good
looker. Is selling for 81.50.
The boys' favorite, the NAVAL CA
DET, Is selling for $1.75.
INFANTS' SHOES are priced from
35c to 75c.
Wah Ying Chong Co.
KING ST., EWA 8IDC MARKET.
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 ton
late, Why not begin now?
St. Clair Bidgood,
I The Wrelily IMIIlnn r hn lyvenlni
niillllii Khus a i'oi"ii't(i Niuuiiiury n
M nc nr th ilr for Ml vnr,
The WmM Bdlllsn e( Uii eytnlnq
Uullilln glyii toniuliii iuiiii(ry )
UMrWtfK-'lllAvE TO MINI) A n JJ!.??' N
f , VANACr PVfv !vJ l
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Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: ' Suiar Factors
The Cwa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Ca.
The Kohala 8ugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ef London.
Wb. . Irwh i Co., Ltd
WM. C. IRWIN. ..President and Mar,
JNO. D. 8PRECKEK..Ht Vies Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pros.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVER8 Secretary
E. I. SPAULDINQ Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western 8ugar Rsflr.lng Co, Bin Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newoll Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cene Shred
der), New York, N, Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., S'.n
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN 8TREET. HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Or' msa Sugar Co..
Honomu 8ugar Co,Wslluku Sugar Co,,
Pepeekeo Eugr.r Co., The Planters
Lln-s of Ban Franelsco Packets, Ctias.
Brewer & Co.'s line of Boston Packsts.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M, Cocke, President) George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E, F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F, W. Maefarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J, R. Qalt,
la kspt on file at
C. DAKE'S ADVER
T I 5 I N Q AQCNCY,
124 Ssnsomt Ot., 6an Frarustsco, Cat.,
where contracts for advertising ean
ha msrf for It
The BUBINC88 MAN'S HANDY INm
DFX, published In Ih Balurday nufle-
lin 'nn lilt wsikiy cuition, gives
rdclii and comtilil risums ef all !
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UKtlili hullJlMj piniilli Hlld il tt
lilt Irinuttlom, Pvinlnu miijii,
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Alexander & Baldwin
, P. COOKR Manage 1
rt. P. Baldwin President
U B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pre.
L. T. Peek Third Vie Pre.
J. Waterhous Treasurer
E. E. Paxton .....Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial s Sugar C.
Haiku Sugar Company
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company. )
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Flsntatlon Comoany.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
haleckala Ranch somoany.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Aont for Hawaii:
Atlas Assursnce Company ef London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, 8TANQENWALD BLDQ.
la not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, in the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
e.!GCc"Al - AOCNTO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
WN. Q. IkWIN & CO., LTD.
AflKNTH I'OIl TUB
Royil Iniui'anc Co, of Liverpool, En,
AllUnee Auurincs Ce, of Lender),
Bcoitlih Union A Nulonsl Ins. Ce, (
Fir AitecirilUn l I'lilUJilpiilt,
AI l.nc imunnci tsVuierillun, lu,
WlH'tiini t Mui(bTjiniri nun
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