Newspaper Page Text
'F1 IT W7LTW
EVBN1N0 IHIM.KTIN, HONOIjOLU. T. H.. FRIDAY. NOV. 16. 1906.
The Liitle Ads with the Big, Results
Hoe PnKo . N BW TO-UAY, for Nsaw Ada.
I S SPORTS dt
A house or Ilc ui six roonm, tdt,uatcd
I'lthcr In Mnnon or WnlMkl; must
In- In rooiI repair Addres "I'. 8.,"
Iliillctln Offlcc. 3530tf
A llrm clasti booKkocpor will accept tho
Irnfitilit ..f n ar! nf linnlfM illirlni?'
I'Vi'iilns hours. AililrcHs "A. I..." Iliil
lctln OIllcc. 352Stf
Thorough, reliable, sober, good char
acter delivery wagon driver. Ad-
iliexg "S." Ililllctln.
Ten nrstilaim carpenters arc wanted 1
hy Itnrrcl Construction Co, Kalian
Cottage to let on llcrctanla St. Tlnee
bedroom and all modern content
merit .lust newly painted Inside
mid out Kent cheap. Apply at of
fice of Knplolanl IMato. 3310-tf
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
In beau of city. Now furniture
Including Piano, (las stove, luipilre
.Miinnfactiiicrs' Shoo Co. 333S-if
Furnished rooms. Ilenled to suit tho
times. Helen's Court, Adams Lane.
Cottircs In Cbrlstly Lano. Apply ,
.vong jiwai, amun su, mauxa iioici,
3 furnished front rooms at 1223 Em
ma St.; rent reasonable . 3101-tf
Newly furnished mojqulto proof rooms.
st M Vlnpyard St. 2723-tf
l'he Weekly tuition ot tne livening
Tiullrtln giver a complcto summary of
tho news of tho dt. For SI '
Mrs. Hodgson Teacher of Piano and
Singing. .Mhny years' experience.
Kasy and pleasnnt method. Hapld
and thorough progress. Lessons
given nt pupil's own resldcnco or at
Studio, 213 Vineyard St. (near Km
in a St ).
Mr. Jaa. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should bo left at the Ha
waiian New? Co., Youns bldg. Phone
291 or Cottage. No. 1, Haalelra l.awu.
For houee-hola, phone Whits 2891, Ma
klkl. General .employment Office1,
nr. Fonsacnla and Deretanla.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
n-rtvtrt-tn?s-i-raB n-n ,
:: Time To Think
about the adding. Your tlmo
and that of your high-priced
clerks Is worth money. Why
not begin to economize on
time by using a Burrough's
ORDER NOW FOR THANKSGIVING
Tel. Main 109
Hjrnbeo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
'RESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
8EED3 FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M, Taylor
TCL. MAIN 3J9,
TEL, MAIN 473,
Tor Japanese cooks, waiters, vvsmrn
far hjuMvvork anil hilp far Joy viir'.
uppilid on hort n;Us,
JAI'ANKHU NEW MOTEL UNION.
fjUUANU orilKCT NBAII I'NUAHI.
Sterling silver souvenir spoons. Ono
of lh,c finest Hiicm ever shown.
1'iJces reasonable. Dlctz, tho Jewel
er, Tort St. 3310-tf
A hull ten lor pup, three months old;
cheap. Address "S, b.," Iliilletln
Pins corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental treat
and all Improvempnta. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F., this ofnes.
- qj,",1,,' ,, "
HOOM AISI3 BOARD
Deslrablo suite or slnglo room, with
hoard, at .Mrs. Maedonnld's, Wnl
No branch J. Carlo Pawn Co., Fort
St.. opp. Catholic Mission. 3503-tf
UEWELER . .1029 MAUNAKEA 8T.
Chinese Gold and Stones uniquely
shaped and set.
NEW HAWAIIAN RECORD8.
New aisortment of Hawaiian music
for the Victor Talking Machine. Come
early ana maxe your selection.
BERCSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS BLDQ.
Umbrellas re-covered and brats pol
ished. Takata, 12&4 Fort St.
Sao Hastings for rtpalra of Locks,
Key., Music Iioxci, Bnarpeniaa ol
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Grill
For a nice, smooth shave call at tht
Criterion Shop. 1111 Fost 8L
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed, A.
Mntsuoko, Kukul St, bctw. Hlver and
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 9.
WO&TON BUILDING. THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA, OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD! TEL. WHITE 151.
The Premo Camera presents
advantages that no other ca
mera possesses. That's why
the PREMO Is superseding all
other cameras in popularity.
The use of the film pack,
which Is more convenient and
quicker to operate than the
roll; the option of using
plates, and the advantage of
being able to focus on the
ground glass for each picture,
whether you use plates or
dims, are only a few of the
strong points that go to make
the PREMO CAMERA desir
able. Complete new tttock 1906
models Just In,
manufactured from pura dlMlllsd wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by1
CJAIIU ICI-: AND ELECTRIC CO,,
Kiwrflo TlipliQi! Pint Jll
in 11 n
jnr- nukLLTiN Awe. pay
VACHI KIKE FOR OOVERNOlt'S
The cup that (locrnor Carter olTciC'l
for the yachts will he railed for on
November 2ith. Saturday, at 1:30 p. m.
This Is tho decision that the 'ltcKnttft
Commlttcfl ha? reached.
Last year the Sjini) won this Irn
phy. Tho conditions of this race hao
not yet been decided upon, hut will bo
around this Island.
IJach yacht to tako part In this event
must carry n small boat and a life pie
tencr. No stops at potts to bo made
during tho race.
Tho yachts l'nlnma, OladB, lleleno,
Hawaii and Kamchamcha will probably
Next Saturday out nt tho baseball
park the two teams will hand tho foot
on II fans tho new brand of oval pill
that has been pi escribed by ono l)r
Sockcr. Whether or not the pellet will
agree with tho patient remains to lie
seen. Although thero arc many here
who would rather sec tho kick !n
tho rib gamo and listen to tho college
cry that sounds something like this:'
Hah! Hah! Hah!
Zlpl ltoom! lice!
And fractured ktico.
Hut mill it stands to reason (hat
many n fond parent will welcome the
abolition of tho old barbarian pastlmo
that has been Indulged In by tho Puna
hous, Mallcs nnd II. A. C.s for so many
cnrs. Tho mother who need to sit up
In foir and dread waiting for her quar
terback son to come wandering home
in about n dozen pieces, ono plcco at a
time, cau now sit peacefully In the twi
light nnd watch her darling boy's an
atomy enter tho paternal domicile all
nt once Tho family physician will not
liae to sharpen up his chisel and saw
on the day of the Piinahou-Mallo gamo
and nil will be as peaceful as tiio grave
yard around the operating tnble.
For thoso few reasons alone the game
of sockcr should bo boosted hy every
Individual who Ic not Imbued with the
sbnusa liistlnts. Somo think that any
gamo Is preferable to that which dec
orated the field with assorted brains
nnd punctured wind pipes.
It Is only natural that many of the
fans of Honolulu should rebel ngalmt
the idea of being reduced to watching
n gamo that nppcars to be so closely
l elated to ping-pong. Thc-y liavo vir
tually been brought up with tho old
luugh-and-tiimhlc variety of football
It's like changing n chlld'k diet from
mill; to beer. At first the beer tastes
n trlllo bitter, but as he grows older
ho becomes moro and moro accus
tomed to tho tasto until he Is able to
drink enough to work up a good sized
wozile. So if ho can't bavo tho real
thing he must tako tho next best.
That's how It will bo with sockcr.
In a couplo of yours wo will liavo for
gotten that wo ever witnessed any oi
the other football hero and In tlmo we
j will be yelling our heads off every time
we sea one of those ilcllcato sockcr
I hciccH slap nn opponent on Ihn wrist
and shout, "Take that ou wretch.'"
i Thero Is a whole lot In getting used
Every year King Knlakaua's birth
day is celebrated by tho racing of model
yachts In tho harbor and today will li
tin exception and the raco will ho sailed
at 10 o'clock.
Ihc King himself originated tho
idea. Ah usual Prince Cupid will givo
a hum at his W'nlklkl residence, at
fthlch tlmo tho prizes will be dlstrlh
"Kid" McCoy is not n father.
a k n
Thero Is a chance of Jim Ilrltt box
ing Dick llyland In San Francisco.
Mniiro Hcrrcru Is matched to box a
boy by the namo of Loaguo nt Oakland.
Cove wants to fight Jockey Dennett
n n n
Mike Uonovan'a manager wanls to
bet fMOO that Donovan can beat Joe.
It tt It
Mike Twin Sullivan and Joo Thomas
.1 f mwi,i mmw. mimp
tie cIijihimu P(jnl Jiid prpiiinntivs
Aik yowr dinllil,
will meet In San Francisco.
tt H tt
Sam Herger Is now selling collars In
' tt tt tt
Jack Johnston claims that ho Is go
ing to Australia to try out the big fel
lows. tt tt tt
Mcllody wants a return match with
tt tt tt
I Jack Cordcll and Jack Cllffoid hae
tt tt tt
Al Kaufman wants to fight and not
go to school.
tt tt tt
Dat Nelson recently cleaned up f 10,
000 In n real estate deal.
tt tt tt
Jack Johnson defeated Jim Jeffords
In six round's.
The San Kranclco Hoys' Athletic
League Is the latest organlratlou In
tt tt tt
.Mitchell, or the Portland team, led
the Coast l-cnpic In batting.
tt tt tt
Ifarry Haker was not satisfied with
the decision In his bout ngalnst Atlcll.
He wants another chance.
tt tt tt
The auto rectud from San Frnnrlsco
lo l.os Angeles has been lowcied to li
houis ntiil 13 minutes.
tt tt tt
Ilookmaker L'llonnucdlou tins been
ruled off tho turf for life for bribing n
"President Roosevelt saved mo from
going to tho dogs," said Hob Fltzslm-
mons between act, recently. "While
leaving tho ring after losing to Jack
O'llrlcn, I received a wlro from n frlcnt.
In New York that my wlfo had staitcii
n divorce from me. Coming ns It did
right after the' loss ot tho fight w.i
O'llrlcn, this Information mndc mo des
perate. I started on a wild career ot
dissipation that promised to land me
In the gutter when I received n letter
frohi President Ilooscvclt that made n
new man of me. Tho President con
veyed his slnccro sympathy In my do
mestic trouble .nnd assured mo that
everything wmdjl come out for the
brat. If 1 conducted myself properly nnn
mnde no rash breaks. I broke down
completely when I read tho letter and
cried llko n boy.
"When I rccogercd my composuro, i
made n firm resolve to show President
Ilooscvclt nnd tho American public thnC
I was a man, through nnd through, nnn
knew how t olakc adversity when It
came. I thought for a while that my
ylfo wnnled to shako mo but when I
met her In Dakota, I soon learned that
n theatrical man had knocked mo to
her. I knew ho was in lovo with her
himself, and I soon convinced her that
his tales were puro fabrications. Wo
then becamo reconciled nnd liavo been
happy over since. It wns a costly
break, however, for It beat mo out oi
thut fight with O'llrlcn. I would hnv
made 1100,000 on tho load this winter
If I hnd won that battle"
Tho T K, K. S. S. Hongkong Maru
arrived yesterday afternoon from San
Francisco, bringing flvo days' mull
Among her passengers thero Is cuh
ono lay-over, Oeorgo C. Shattuck. She
bad CI through passengers.
Tl.o weather experienced on her voy
ago thus far was good. ImhI Tucsda)
afternoon sho sighted tho Sheridan
towed by the- Iluford nnd the Slocum
An American warship and u torpedo
boat wcrn sighted ono day out from San
Stnto Senator E, Lukcns, accompa
nied by his parents, Is among the
through passengers. )r. William h
Porter Is also accompanying Scnatoi
Lukcns, Senator Lukcns Is Just recov
ering from an operntlon following u
tcrlous accltlont which occurred some
time ago In Oakland
Tho Hongkong Maru salted for Yo
kohoma at 10 o'clock this morning.
EMIGRANTS ARE KICKINQ
A letter received from Funchal re
torts that there was considerable
trouble among tho PortugucsH cml
pivits who boarded tho Suvorlc to go
tu Honolulu. They complained of the
quality of tho food nnd of tho rough
nee of tho captain, necessitating Inter'
frrenrn by the, authorities, Finally
fuity families went hack ushcro, bill
did not managn to lake with them nil
their baggago, t-omo of which wal tak
en away by tho Mtminshlp. Tho people
ipnde a demand for Its leturn It Is re
ioi led that Ihn trouble was (ha rosuli
of underbuild work nf rival labor
lit m fttum wo iecltKj U Hu
tu una liirnt
iwtQitniint of iiinnn
f'ldia rniils fo
I lit hiiia)i rvir
)'. (full In Ull'l In
liimiiihi in this
rvl Ilium Wu
, rjcn, (;u , ,i.,
Mower whMS, t rftTfif V
MURDERS l-i7T ' " '
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. 8.
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 boya
and girls, Is a good wearer and good
looker. Is selling for $1.50.
The boys' favorite, the NAVAL CA
DET, is selling for $1.75.
INFANTS' SHOES are priced from
35c to 75c.
Wah Ying Chong Co.
KING ST., EWA 8IDC MARKET.
you ahould 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
late, Why not begin now?
St. Clair Bidgood,
The WfHkly Kdltwn of Hie Kyanlm
nullctlu nlves compltilct summar; n
'ha tisws nf tn day. far Ml a yir,
Tin WMMy Edltlen of ! Evmlnii
Oullnin rjlvu a cemnlils summary f
'(111 nW Of tht day,
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Susar Factor:
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural C.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Workc, 6t. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Llfs Insurance Co,
The Aetna Firs Ina. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. cf London.
Wb. I. Irwte t Ci., Ltd
WM. G. IRWIN... President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 8PRECKEIfS..1st Viet Prss.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vio Prss.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
E. I. SPAULDINQ Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Wtatern Sugar Refining Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Ntwall Unlveraal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Ctn Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Snn
C. Brewer & Co,, Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Havallan Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Or- mea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co.Walluku Sugar Co,,
Pepeekeo Sugr.r Co., Tha Plantera
Line of San Francisco Packets, Chas.
Brewer & Co.'t line of Boston Packets,
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M, Cocke, President; Qsorge
Robertson, Vies President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfsrlsne, Auditor; P.
C. Jores, C, M, Cooko and J, R. Gait,
Is kept on file at E
C. DA'KE'S ADVER
. 1 T I 8 I N Q AGENCY,
124 Sansomo St., San Francisco, Cal.,
wnero eonfajta for advertising can
n i"Hi fpr ii.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DFX, published In the 8aturdy Bulle
tin ind the Weekly Edition, alvts a
roiiciM arm compiiti mums o til It
gil notice. cll far Wndn, Judy
mintii bulMliitf pirmlli and imi
lait trtnuc ions, Mvnlnu lliilltlln
7R Pr month, w.ikly Mullitln,
ph. (?r rn
Alexander & Baldwin
. . COOKE Manaftr ",
H. . Baldwin ProoMoni
1. - Cattlt Vlea President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vlea Proa.
L. T. Pack Third Vlea Proa.
J. Waterhouet Troaauror
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Dlraetor
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commerclsl Sugar Ca,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company. '
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Comoany.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
halsskala Ranch comoany.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
Qanarat Aoent for Hawaii:
Atiaa Assurance Company of London.
Now York Underwriters- Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, 8TANQENWALD BLDQ.
la not a Luxury; It la a Necessity,
But you Must have tho BEST
and that Is provided by tht famoua
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,
HONOLULU, T. H.
WN. 8. IKWIN & CO., LTD.
AOKNTB FOn Till
rtoyal Insurance Co, of Llvtrpttl, Bng,
Alllanct Asiuranet Co, of London,
Scottish Union A National Ina. Ot, of
Irs AtiacUllvn of PhllidsMlt.
Aljlancs Iruuranrr BbrfiOritlon, Ltd,
Wllhflmi of M9dblaf oinsnl niwr
i WW!. ... .