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RVRNtNQ BUM.BT1N. HONOLULU. T. II.. TiltlilStMY. NOV. IS. 1900,
1 LBWPRl HflMEBI
The Liiile Ads with the Big Results
tsua Pii):e H, NSW TO-UAY, for New Ail.
. SPORTS e (
A house o( fire or six rooms, situated
. pIUipi- In Manna or Wallilkl: iniiHt
liv In kuoiI repair. Addiess "I1. 9.,"
Htillt-lln Offlci'. 353!Mf
A flist-i Uk.i booiclu-epor will ucrvrl tint
lifi'i'i;i r u not or books iiuritu:
truing hours Addic-ss "A 13.." Hill
Mill Ottlcc. 332S-tr
Thuiougli, ii'llublo. Miber. t;ood char
tieler ill-Ill itjt wuxon ilrlvi-r. Ail
circus 'U." Ilulli-tlu. a33l-tf
Cott&i:- t-i lii on llerclalila St Tlneo
licdiiiiiiii' .mil ull modern loiivenl-
I'lires Jul niHly painted Inside
and out Hint rlieup Apply lit ni
'lice of Kaploluui lMntu. 3510-tf
Nicely furnished biiiisckceplng rooms
in lienrl of city. New furniture.
Including I'liiuo. IliiH stove. Inqulrol
Mnuufni tillers' Shot- Co.
l'ufnlfllK.il looms. Heiited to suit the
llmee. Helen's Couit, Adiilns l.auu.
Collates lu Chriatly I-ane. Apply
'A'oug ICwal, Smith St., uiauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Km
uu St.: rout reasonable . 3401-tf
Newly furcltbed mosquito proof rooms
at 81 Vineyard St. 2728-U
DJJF 'For Rent'
the Uiilletln office.
cards on sale at
JJUT- Fine Job Printing at the Bul
Mrs. Hodgson Teacher of Piano and
Hlugiui;. Mirny years' c.perieiuit.
Kasy and pleasant method. Rapid
and thorough progress. I.essotiu
given at pupil's own residence or at
Studio. 213 Vineyard St. (near lCm
Mr. J at. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should be left at the Ha
waiian Nen-s Co., Young bids, Phone
2!M or Cottage No. 1, Haalelca 1-awn.
Fer houte-help, phone White 2891, Ma.
ktkl. denoral Employmem Office,
-nr Pnnsacola and Deretanls,
'ijgf Fine Job Printing at the Bui
Time To Think
j'l about the adding. Your time
'I and that of your high-priced
Si clerks It worth money. Why
Y not begin to economize on
t' time by using a Burrough's
?l Adding Machine?
ff FOR THE
ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING
CORN FED TURKEYS.
Tel. Main 109
Bamboo Turnlture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
6C3 S. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
911 NUUANU STREET.
Tel, Main 26 P. O. Box &.
TEL, MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, wallers, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice.
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU BTHCGT NEAR PAUAIH
A hull terrier ) . Hire
. months old;
Fine corner lot lu Muklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit anil ornamental treei
sud all Improvements. Two tnln -
utet" walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F.. this often
Suuabs lu any
MOOAl AN11 BOARD
Deslinblo suite or single room, with
bonid, nt Mrs. Macdonald's, Will
No brancli-J. Carlo Pawn Co., Kort
St.. opp. ChIIioIIc Mlsslou.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
Has Dandelion for cale. it Is a turtf
Cure for Dandruff,
f-ORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
rnrsH flower and vegetable
SEEDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 3M.
i Mr cm Job Printing at tne But
I Utin ofie.
Umbrellas re-covered and brats pol
ished. Takatu, 12S4 Kort BL
He Haitlnge for repairs of Locks,
Key, Music boxej, Bnarpecin of
Kino Cutlory. Rear Union drill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhup. 1111 Foit DC
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Matsuoka, Kukul St. betiv. Hiver and
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
ftOATON 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 fer Christ
mas. It Is not too early to make
Our stock Is very complete
now and will give a great va
riety to choou from.
manufactured fiom pure distilled we
ter, Delivered to any part of city by
(MM! ICIi AND ELECTING CO,,
Ktwalo, Tlpbone Blue 3161
jtjU- 0ULUJTIN AU8, PAY
SMITH III CM
Another local tail ttiot In becoming
well known aviay at eolli-jso In thn
athletic line la K. N. Hinltli, who Is at
Stanford, Hinlth Is Known at Stan
lord u.t an o.irstnaii, A Coast paper
Iiiik the following to sny
Tin- students Intel csted In aquatic
sports nt Htaufnrd University Wediies
(J:iy i-h-iiIiik organized what will heie
ianPr uv k,i,)Wu ns the Htuiirord lloat
UlllU( Hllli lm)k vt.r llU iite arrnr!, ,l(.r..
'taMK t ,ow tlmt wi-ro handled for-
merly by the Hludent body manager
OIllccis were elected and matter coir
rer.l.i.g uuu. iK .. .. e ...,..r a"""
discussed. Money will be raised to
pioeuie an clgbt-our shell for the car
dinal cr--w this year In place of the old
V V Turner 'OS of Oakland, former
-oxttvutlli. wns elected president; It.
II. Conant '08 of Kureku, vice presl
dint; S. II, Dole, 'O'J of I'asadeua, trcas
urer, and K. N. Smith '08 of Honolu
hi, II I., secretary.
tt It tl
"Now, If women were umpiring noiih
of this would hajipeii. Do you suppose
uny hall player lu tho country would
step up to a good looking girl and nay
to tier, 'You color blind, pickle brained.
cross-c)cd Idiot. If J on don't stop
throwing tho soup Into me 1 will dls
tribute '9Jr features nil over this
ground until the Janitor will bo com
pelled to soak you up with gasoline 1
"Of course they wouldn't. Hall play-
cm aren't a bad lot. In fact, my ev
perlence Is that they have more than
the uual allowance of chivalry.
"And 1 don't hollcvo theie's any
body in the country that would speak
rudely to u wumaii umpire, even if he
thought his drive was 'safe a mile' di
stend of u foul."
Miss Clement has been Miccc.tsrul a.l
an umpire the last two years,
n jui won
In the initials of spurt nothing nil
bn more tragic than the numeruiis caset
where dead men huve won ractH or
games. Several of thesu lucldentH
which happened In Kngland are re
called by tho death of a Jockey ut tho
fall i aces at Aries this year.
The Jockey, Mario Olivia, was a well
known rider and was given In this nice
what was expected to be the winning
mount. Ills horse was backed heavily
and tho bettors were tilled with con
sternation to see the Jockey reel 111 III'
saddle and fall across the horse about
the middle of the course. He kept his
cuddle, however, ami tho home, worse
than riderless, kept the pace plucklly
mid won out by a length,
llefore the wondering attendants
could reach tho victorious horse ho
turned sharply and tho Jockey fell to
the ground. Ho was dead of heart ills
case, uuil the iihyslclniiN who examined
him say that undoubtedly he died at
the moment he reeled in his saddle,
AMERICAN "(OUEGE SOCKED
Tho adoption of the soccer code of
football by Yale completes tbo list ot
tho big four universities which have
taken up tho game. Harvard. Prince
ton ami Pennsylvania have been play
ing for twoseasons and Columbia mid
Harvard College also have, teams. Tho
news from tho Kust tbut Captain W re
ford Drown of the Corinthian team
which visited Ibis country recently, had
donated a cup to encourage games lie.
tween English und American colleges
Indicates that tho Kiigllshnien ate Im
pressed with the prospects of the spurt
on tills side of the water. It must not
i however, beforgotteii that soccer root-
ball cannot bo learned in u season, or
In fact, In three suhoiis. It Is u far
harder game to play properly than has-
We could serve a soda concoction of
the ordinary kind and make more
money than we do from the kind we
cerve Hobron'e kind but we prefer
to maintain a reputation for giving
the best the kind that sparkles; not
the tapwater sort,
& Co,. Ltd.
kethall, as the use of tho arms Is nnt
urnl. Tho uso of tlic feet In manipulat
ing the circular ball requires at lea!
five icars of practice. Almost any
body can kick n ball, but to kick It In
the direction desired, to carry it along j
quickly close to the to, and to have
command of nil the many little tricks
which must bo Included in the reper-j
tolro of ii llrdt-class player cull for
continued practice. There Ii no doubt
the American collegian wilt take, up
tlii; sport with nil the 7.est that marks I
Ills efforts In other lines of athletic
eiidc.iior and that lu eoiirsi) of ttm .
he ulll bo nblo to hold his own with the
students from over the pond, Ure.it
llrlt.iln has, however, a good start and
probably wl no(1 wlpri.macy for the
,,, ' ..... ' ,,., ,,.,,.
I tlrit few seasons. Meanwhile Kastern
piomoUM nre talking of suiding mi
Atiieilcau team to i.luy u single match
against Knglnnd, but the than fur such
ii leuture Is not ripe and tin; best team
that could ho juodiici-d on tills side ot
tin; water would stand lltle show
ngalust the English piofesslonals. let
ti-i lililn a wee.
l.lliue, Knual, Nov 12. Thu ladles
of the district attended the regular
monthly meeting of the Mokllianu Club
last Wednesday and enjoyed the mil
al pleasant afternoon.
Although thu second meeting of the
new year, the one Just held was really
the first with a program. Last season
tbo ladles bad Itussla and Japan for
subjects of study This year they
have tackled another wry Interest Ins
part of the globe, China with Its man;
puzzling problems, will be looked up
A beginning was made at tbo last
ineellng, when Mis. V. II. Itlco Jr.
gave n short sketch of the history of
China; Mrs, Swcelser gave an Inter
esting leading of Marco Polo and his
t'arly travels to far off Cathay. Mrs.
C. A, Itlco also hud selected un Inter
esting topic In tin- reading sbo gave
on the Ming tombs.
I'nmi mysterious China of centuries
ago the ladles were all transported
Into liyper-moderii time by three of
the young ladles present. They did It
with the charm ot thelt Angers. Tho
Misses Dreler, Mutch and Ktlic-1 Wil
cox electrified the listeners with their
music, so far. removed from Chinese
conception of this art that the ladles
suddenly found themselves back to
modern times and refreshment".
These wore under thu care of Mes
dames HJorlli mid Christian, who were
acting aB hostesses on the occasion,
while the whole affair was lu charge
of Mrs, Palmer.
The ladles have decided to give u
dance strictly on their own hook, and
to Invite all tho gentlemen In this dis.
trlct and others to come and enjoy
hospitality on thu Mill of December,
That they will succeed in making
tho nlTalr iiilli- a thing Is sure, und
the following committees guarantee
that exertions will be crown with ade
quate results, ,
Patronesses Mcsdames II, Isen
berg. V. II. Itlce, Sr.. A. S. Wilcox
nnil S. W. Wilcox.
Invitation Committee Mcsdames
A. II. Itlce, C. A. Itlce and It. J. Wil
kinson. Heceptloii Committee Mesdames
J. A. Palmer, W. II. lllco Jr.. A. Thlc
len and Miss Wilcox.
Decoration Committee Mcsdaines
Smylhe, O. V. Winter anil the Misses
K. llalchelor mid M . Wilcox.
ltefreshuicnt Commltteu Mes
dames, Chilstlaii. HJurth, Maser and
The ladles evidently felt a Utile illi
certain when It cumu to tbo I.lcpild
Committee, because they thought It
necessary to call In u couplo of gentle
men to help them, mid decided that
J, II. Coney and Italph Wilcox would
Just Illi the billets.
lly hut steamer we recclied the fin
est mid largest assortment of dltinci
place cuids for tho holidays ever
brought to this city. Call in una In
t.pect them, Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Wank books of all aorta, ledgers
etc . manufactured by tbe Uullolln Pub
Don't you want to be wise? If you
do, do as wise smokers are doing
ask for the
The manifold virtues of the Rough
Rider Cigar will convince the most
skeptical smoker after a thorough
trial, that it Is matchless for Its fla
vor and (3 a sweet smoke, Why not
I BoU Honolulu Aunti.
COHNKM HOTEL AND PORT 8 TO,
S& &r nn2; f i03 1
AojcL fuj .
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Jfn 6A:Jhta! oujiAe
Hawaiian Opera Bonse
THURSDAY, NOV. 22,
SATURDAY, NOV. 24,
Mrs. Wiggs of the
By a Selected Cast of
THE MASKAND WIQ CLUB,
LEI ALOHA CHAP.TER No. 3, O. E. S.
This will be everybody's show.
CLEVER "STUNTS" BY THE
This is shoe week here.
Our new stock consists of sizes and
styles for everyone. These leaders
ought to attract you:
The LITTLE SOLDIER, for boys
and girls, Is a good wearer and good
looker. Is selling for $1.50.
The boys' favorite, the NAVAL CA
DET, is selling for $1.7R.
INFANTS' 8HOES are priced from
35c to 75c.
Wah Ying Chong Co.
KINQ ST., EWA SIDE 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 buslnecs will b
here before you know it
and then it will be too
late. Why not begin now?
St. Clair Bidgood,
i Tho Weekly Kdltlon or thu Kventnit
I llullctln (Ives u fiunpli'to immuary ol
he news of thtt day, Par mi '
' The Wtikly Edition of the Cvinlng
l Bulletin civn a compute summary of
I Ilia nrwi of (In day,
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1906. BY THE NEW YORK EVENING TELEGRAM (NEW
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural C.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 8t Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Llfo Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. tf London.
W. I. Irwh & C., Xi
WM. C. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr,
JNO. O. 8PRECKEaTS..1st Vice Pres.
W. M. QIFFARD 2d Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Trsaaurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. SPAULDINO Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Retiring Ce, San Fran,
Baldwin Locomotlva Worka, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Ccna Shred
de, New York, N. Y.
Pacific OH Transportation Co., aVin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN CTREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
3ugar Plant. Co.. Or ,-tie Sugar Co.'
Honomu Sugar CorWaltuku 8ugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugr.r Co., The Plantera
Lln; of San Francisco Packets, Chas.
Brewer & Co.'s line of Boston Packets,
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cocke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J, R. Salt,
1 Is kept on file at E.
THI8 PAPER ( C. DA'KE'S AOVER-
. 1 T I 8 I N Q AGENCY,
124 Sansome St., 8an Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts far advertising can
h frl for It
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN.
OPX, published in the Saturday Buiis
tin ind the Weekly Edition, gives a
roadie and complete returns of all le.
gal notices, calls for tinrtri, Judg
ments, building pirmlls and real ti
late transactions, Evening Bulletin,
7ib Pr month, Weikly Bulletin,
HI pr yr,
5 - BAM CuMQAdih
Xtt AMStutr A $7naJl
Skid S'cL taJejLcnO: thu.i
Alexander & Baldwin
. . COOKE Manatar 'j
tl. . Baldwin President
I. . Castla Vice President
H. M. Alexander. ..Second Vlca Pre.
L. T. Peck Third Vie Free.
J. Waterhouae Treasurer
E, E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial 4. Bugs, ",,
Haiku Sugar Compan.
Pall Plantatloi. t
Maul Agricultural Compan,,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleckala Ranch company,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York' Underwriter' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
tth FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDQ.
s not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that lo provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa.
chusette, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co..
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you' would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
i unn. n tKALU unw -
WM. 8. IRWKU CO., LTD.
AOICNTS FOH Till
Royal Insurance Co, of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assurance Co, of London,
Scottish Union 1 National Ins. Co, of
rlre AstocUtlon of PhlUde.tph.li.
AllUnca Insurance atujoratlon, Lid,
Wllliilnia of MagdibOaf O.niral Iniur-