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r.VENWO nUM.ETIN, HONOl.fJt.U. T. II . WEDNESDAY. NOV. 21. 1006.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Sen Pnjio , NSW TO-UAY, for Now Adas.
A iiinm or live or six rooms, sltuateel
I'ittii'r In Matioa, or Wnlhlkl, must
In- In good repair. Address "P S )
IIiiIIpIIii Ulllcc. 3539 tf
A Jlrst class booKhrepor will nctert the
ki epl.ng or a ret of books during '
evening hours Address A K"Iliil-!
Irtln CIIIUc. 3-.2S tf I
Thorough reliable Miliar, good char
ncier delivery wagon driver. Ail I
ilii'K "S.," llitllctlii 3331 tf,
Ti'ii llrHi .Inss carpenters nro wanted
Itiurel Construction Co.
I'ui inge to lot on llerelanla HI Three
In dioiiiiii mid nil modem convonl
em i k hill new I) pilul.i! Itishlo
tiinl out llcnt i heap Appl) at of.
lii- or Kailnlatil Hsl-ltc 3SI)tf
Ill'. iilnhcd rooms Uentcd to milt the i
limes, Helen s Court, Adams Initio
Cott-,ros In Chrlstly I.ane. Apply I
Wong Kn.il, Smith St.. mauka Hotel.
I Inrnifllieit front rooms at 1223 V.m
ma St.; rent reasonable. . 3101 tf
Ncl furrlsbed movpilto proof rooms
it St Vineyard St 272S-H
uoom am) hoard j
mil', or single room win
ni Mis Macilonahl Will
No limn, h I Carlo I'ltwn Co, l'ort
St . opi embolic MUslon 3503 tf
Mrs. Hodgson- -Teacher of Pit-no and
Hinging. Jinny jeara' experience.
liisy nnd I'leasant mithod. Itnpld
mid thnruiixh progress. Lessons .
Klven nt niitill's own reshlencn or nt
:. ..... ." . ---- ; . I
nniiiio. .ij vinejaril til
ma St l
Mr. J as. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All ordi'4 should bo left nt the Ha.
wallan Kns Co, Young bldg. Thone
291 9- Cottage No. 1, Haalelca Lawn.
For house-help, phone Wnlte 2SD1, Ma
klkl. General mplojment Office,
'or Pnnaneola and Beretanla.
S)g 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
you should take at least
a clay off and run down to
llalclwa for a rest. The
holidays and their accom
panying annoyances and
mail ol business will be
here before you know It
ami then it will he too
late. Why not bejiu now?
Si. Clair Bidgood,
Damboo Turniture Made to Order.
Picture Training a Specialty.
6b3 6. n CRETAN I A OT.
ILLIIPHONL DLUC RSI,
rflLBH PLOWCfl AND VEOLTACLIi
OCLDS FOII OALL.
Mrs, E, M, Taylor
TPU MAIM ,
UHlUk I wf i
1 iv. innuiiras uiul hv I
A largo driving horse siillnhlo for f mu
ll) use Inqulte llullctln ofUco or
! O llo Hfi 3511-lvv
The old established "Popular lloiisu";
15 furnished room Hint $&n. per
nioiitli with IT )iars lease Id run.
Oil I al 12(9 Kin I slicct 3513-lvv
Sterling silver souvenir spoons, One
of the finest line over shown.
Prices reasonable Dletz, the Jewel
or Kort St 3310 tf
A l" terrier pup. three months old;
Address "S O,"
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punnhou
College. Address It. K., thli office
H 1 1 i i n 1 a In nn
I lolElltH 7lW
l.iii!' number of shell tela vvcie
found on the water front last Sntur
il.i.i (inner inu secure pioper') h)
nppl)ing at Ilulletln onice. 3313 Iw
Gold Mounted BackCombs
J.A. R. Vieira&Go.
HJ HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 81
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin feivca a complete lummary of
the niws of the day.
Umbrellas recovered and brass
J!:-'J. Tnkata, 12S1 Kort St.
Sea Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Key. Music Iioxei, 8narpenng of
Fine Cutlery, near Union Grill.
For a nice, smooth shave call at ths
Criterion Rhop, 1111 Fo:t Bt.
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Matsuuka, Ktikut St. betvv. Hlvcr and
iAlUI JjVIDlUIlAL JAHuD
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371 122 O KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D, 3.
fiOSTON 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 uso of the film pack,
which Is more convenient and
quicker lo operate than the
roll; the option o( using
plates, and the advantage of
being able to focus on the
ground glass for each picture,
whether you use plates or
films, are only a few of the
strong points that go to make
the PREMO CAMERA desir
able. Complete new stock 1906
models just In.
Tti Wisilr Within of ii uvmiliii
llull.iii) n m "ifi'li ncniiimrif til
jit html (if Im tiny Ni S I V
The following extracts lire from
Coast pipers about well known sjioit
Ing hojs who have visited Honolulu
Jack Mcl'mhlcn. who recently re
tuiucil from Honolulu, Is aching fur u
liante at some of the best liO)s In the
leither-vvelght division, and this morn
ing Issued an open challenge to take
any tSS-poundrr In the country In n
limited round coiitesL
Mel'nildcn has reiclved n splendlu
offer In nit as boxing Instructor In the
Jnpance nny He Is seriously rem
ilderlng It now, and should he ntccpi
he will ho foaed to leive for Japan
a limit the middle of December, llcforo
leaving however. he. would like to be
Mvi-n a chance by one of the locti
While In the tropknl country Jink
had eleven lights, winning eight ii
them The othcis reunited 'in dtuw do
cl'lnns Jink 1 1 "moled most of the lights he
took part in at Honolulu anil minlc
quite n sum of money for himself,
When he vvns training for n fight Im
was drawing a salary from the I'lto
tt t: 'a
Dave Harry of Callfortili and Hugo
Kelly have pt.utlcil!) been matched to
tight fifteen lounds before the Ozark
At'ilelle Club of Divcnport on Novem
ber i; at io pounds, weigh In nt I
rVrloik mi the nftemoon of the bittli
I he pair Ins bcn haggling over the
weights for romc time. Il.trry holding
out for three pounds more and nn earl
ier hour to weigh In, but Kelly who
can fight nt the middle-weight limit,
set the llgures. nml Harry was com-
filed to knuckle.
:: :t t:
Honolulu" Z unlock, who has Juit
slgncel with the lln wards leant, has
pulled off some pretty llcldlni; slum
In the tenter gulden and Is nolle pop
ular with the fa n 8.
Ill speaking of 11 possible hnlleuge
r r the America's cup, Sir Thomas slid
he hid decided to head another cCial-
Icnge, but could not say whether II
1 would he Issued next jcir or ISflS.
I There will bo no raco for the Anicr
lia's rup next jcar. There will, how
I ever, be 11 raco fur that historic mug
I In the summer or oirly fall of 130S. un
less tlie Now Mirk Yacht Club refuses
I It, ttUPf ttin t ltntlrtiffn ,, fcnuflnn ,,f
'half way, which Is deemed unlikely.
Until Iho foregoing statements may be
.lecepted ate coming from the belt sort
I H H H
loo (Inns, lightweight champion, now
at tho Empire, expects to retire from
thu ring after 0110 more )ear, still In
poascsslciu of his title. During tho
, coming winter he hopes to demonstrate
, bis superiority as n lightweight hejuml
all question, mid then follow- tho ex
imploof Heavyweight Champion Jnmca
J Jeffries nnd quit the roped urcna.
Soilely nnd real estate peoplo hcio
are all ngog over the report that Wil
liam K Vunderbllt Jr and A 11. Paid
Instim of New York nre figuring on
buying nn atitnmohlln track for tho fit-
! turo Vanilerhllt cut) races.
" ' stated that tho commltteo which
has tho mattor under ndvlsomcnt visit-
ed e'onneclcttt and Now Jersey and thut
i It found the land ton hilly.
It Is spcclfleilly stated that n large
tract on tho Illadcnshiirs road, between
I Washington mid llalllmorc, appeals lo
thn pun basing agent, who Is siihl lo
rcpreent the Vatiderbllts in this pai
, n a tt
Hilly ItcHic will Introduce n new
I reavywelght nt his next fhnw- lit t'olmn
He will present Joe .Icauettn, 11 colored
scrapper, who won hh spurs at Plilln-
dolphin .leanctto will be put on with
Ram MeVey, who vvns well thought of
until ho staiked up against Jink J0I111-
tnn nt Meclmtilcs' Pavilion In tho old
A mm MM
I A story caualng much lommcnt unit
! uniiisement lu baseball circles Is of
tho only gtimo ever won by tho fraction
' of a run. It should Interost Indianap
olis fans, as an Indhmtpnlla team won
tho game In tho days of Sam Thomp
son, Dan O'Leary and Von dor Abe,
Indianapolis was 11 member of tho Ma
league Tho Urjya, us they wcro called,
never rnjo)cd tho ImurlUs of 11 spring
training trip, hut were fenced to oh
tulu learns to play ugilnst them for
practice On the occasion In question
the Danville. III., team wiih plnvltig
aguliibt IndlnuiipolH "l'cck-a-boo"
Ve.ich. now- 11 icslilenl of Indlauitiinlis
mid the hero nf many 11 hard-fought
j Riitno, was pholng seioiul liasn for tho
1 Indian. im)IIh lemii, hut In Hint game
j hud done II tt lo to add lo his icputiitlon
Tho Hiiro In the nliflh was tied, 0110 to
I 0110 t'nt inn to prcicdoiit, no ono vvns
on thn hares and there vvoro not two
nut nor two striki s on Vcach, who hap
pened Id bu at tho but It wag a mo
mentous occasion, how over, nnd thu
illgnlO nf thn big leaguo rested upon
llio b1i'ouIiIt uf "1'tek-ii-hoo " An
nillrilivn sillied iivcr nnd Vcach 1111
inilo'd n swing fioni his lilp n lint
I ho hall with nn awful smash ami us
II hulled feiiirwuril tho irovvil fell line k
aghast 'I hn hall hud lac 11 split In
twain It huist near imitrr field and
linn half sailed uwr llio femo like a
rliti pigeon Mild the oilier half win
pulled lu thn lUlilii VtMlll sued
uroiiinl ilm limes wlthoiii sinppliiK t'i
! ngnio it mil Mild Mined A iniiinuu nl
hiuHii.ilMO hiimhi limn Hie iHHiMl'lninl
pai m ili wliul uf ilm nmiliti ibui"
(.Quid u MU 1 lot tfMitluH H WD"
im nuiin 1 mill in fttiiit Kci what dm
bi do ' IJu WDWWj ikrUfccJ itw WW
A Liquid Antiseptic and Non-acld
Dentifrice will penetrate the Utile
crevices of the teeth that cannot be
reached by the Tooth Brush, cleans
ing and purifying them, and Impart
ing such a fresh cleanly sensation, as
to become a Joy to the mouth and I
refreshing to the whole system. 80
ZODONT. nil ii mil
Ihe, leacherHiif the l.lliup, K0I0.1 and
Knwnlhau dlsttirts held their meeting
it the Mime seliool houtn on the lot 11
Inst, with Prince S. Topic, prcildenl ot
the nssochtlon. In the chair.
The program opened with "fleog
raphy for the 'I bird nnd Fourth
tirades" by Inspector llahlwln.
Mr. llahlwln confined himself to
KiiimI. noting how the Island had been
built up and finally shaped by erosion
Into Its present form lie dwelt partic
ularly upon Ihe part the physlcnl feat
aies had pl'Oeil lu the Island's history
'I litis the single mountain, Wnlnlc
ale, which made up the Island, con
f.crvcd-lhc rain wi.tirou its llat-topped
summit, nbsoliilelv supplying even the
dry side of the Island with water. To
sc.-urc and make use of the tine wntci
resciuues nf the Island of Kniial the
tunnel illicit way llrrt evolved mid the
application efferird of clertrlelly on a
large scnlo to the riinulng of plnnla
lion mnchlncr the former opened up
the wonderful teencry In the Oloitclo
ration, ami the latter disclosed the
great Walnlhn gorge
A land slip on the northwest side of
Kauai caused 11 i-oitlon to slip Into tho
sea, thus rendering this part of the Is
land abortive for all time.
Running nrrcxs the western slope or
Wnlaleilc. nnd Intersecting nil the
gulches In this region Is tho Wnlmea
gulch, which has deprived this part ot
Kauai of nil streams and springs.
The Kllohnnn crater has materially
altered tho fair of the region about 1.1
hiie. covering up under Itn debris val
lcs nnd ridge nnd altering the course
of strcims, Mr llahlwln Indicated on
tho sand tablu the different stages
through whlrht.liQ Island had passed,
finally showing n model of Kauai as It
A Third tirade class of pupils was
finally railed In, Illustrating what
should be taught nnd also outlining
tho plan to bo followed In teaching
geography for that grade.
The next subject on Its program was
"Number for Klrst (Irado Pupils," by
Miss Edith Dunn. A class of pupils
was brought from the Knloa school lu
this lesson With her usual nhlllty In
handling pupils, Miss Dunn Indicated
neatly, not only how n proper plan
would develop n child's, number srtiv
hut hon Incldcntnlly, tho lesson mtgl.t
bee nmr 11 valuable, adjunct In Intiguaj;?
.Mr 'lople led In n discussion of Ihe
KAUAI NEW8 NOTES
Inspector of Schools Chns W. Haiti
win has Just finished his tour of Inspec
tion here on Kiiuni nnd reports all Iho
schuoln t he working In a very sntls
Dr Wilkinson Intends to leave thu
Islands within n short time. He In
tends to leliirn to Ireland anil locate
The Mcllrjde Sugai Co's store Is tho
Mecca of tho ladles on 11 hunt for
t'hriMiu is prehiuils of Japanese origin.
Judge Hofgnnrd ot Walme.i was 11
visitor In l.lbiio last week and Hcrmc.l
lo bo an eager observer of legal pin
ceiluro ut Iho I'lfth Circuit Court.
The Mliiie l-idles' cnJoed ucqiiatlo
sports during tho llrst part of last
week. Sunday afternoon tho Knlapaki
beach furnished n fine opportunity for
a Hwlm In thn blue Pacific, and a num
ber of them eagerly availed themselves
of It Jlondaj, Miss IUhe Wllmx had
Invited a number of tho ladles to ,1
swimming party nt Kllohnnn nnd Wed
nesday the Handlers nt Kapan had in
dulged n picnic nt Wnlpuhoo, wheie
their guests had 11 chance lo "shoot
thn chutes" Into a pool All tho Invita
tions wen, tagerly ncceptfd and thur-
DIG PACKING COMDINE
Chicago Oil nn, Thu Hvenlug I'nst
I rimed a story today to the effect
that a glginllc combination of pack
lug Interests In thin country la under
way No person connected lu an ofU
c In t ciipaclly with nuy of tho largo
Chicago puking houses could ho
found who would confirm Ihe story.
The slur) printed In tho Post Is to
the effect Hint tho combination Is to
Inve mi aggrcgnto capital of !i(IO,i00,.
I'On. and Is to ho controlled fiom Kng
laud, win nee the, majority of pild up
rnpltil fm thu lorpornllon Is said to
It la declared Unit Aimiiur Interests
lire In iliuuliiiili, Ilm iniisiilldiitloii mid
thai It will Include, ihn following inn
1 Prim In this illy Annum k t'o
Hwlli Ac Co, Nelson, Morris & Co.. Nn
ilnnal Puking ('iiniiauy, Hiliwnus
ihihl li HiiIjIiiiikci und Hip Cinluliy
I'm king I'Dinpaii)
v.. iiiiilng in lic Punt lliu imilmihid
II -I -411 IlKdlHI I IpltlN In tin
o'umi 1 u)ii)kiti A llh Hit H"
(fit twA M (ffijjf iis.fiOTDne"rt W (SI)
you wz A u a. TL.m3 SU SURE parr 9 kinr liR,i
(fof A BEAUTtfuT B lfvHYt-AUT llivTV-" ,v--, r-
W. UL F0R6ETHYI 9 fvlHlS WAY tVEW DAt . T vj
TWUBIES, IP I aN,- ig? f THft 1 GRAND SO ? "
AND HAVt A PAY ( Mi v VO AND RKTFUlT C tji
OF SPORT. THIS IS M , LOOKS A LUTLF f ' Sk 4t?S
AM IDEAL SPOT. fWWl Ml ..'. CL0l)0Y, OFF YJ'- hr-rT'T"4ifisKTu'OT
III JUST CUT 1005E sS9 . v KKl" 'IR M hLtiLJJMLVM
1 Mf wm ffflmS&Bmf--
v i. m iv. n r x r-
yraHAW! ITi RAIHINGf
' n MtflHT BE JJST A PASS 0. rV
MtUi SHQVStK ORAC UUS'
M HOPE ?0. I 00NT
WANl MT on.
OAV 5 P0IL CD. ITS
Hawaiian Opera House
THURSDAY, NOV. 22,
SATURDAY, NOV. 24,
Mrs. Wiggs of the
Dy a Selected Cast of
THE MASK AND WIG CLUD,
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER No. 3, O. E. S.
This will be everybody's show.
Reserved seats now on sale at Wall,
Dox Office and Doors open at 7:30
Curtain Rises at 8:15 p. in.
CLEVER "STUNTS" BY THE
New season's Pack. Just in
lime for Thanksgiving.
For Over 60 Years
bus been ufd J"r ."vcr .!!$! t
YltAlttt hv MlLf.lONH ot li.thers
for thclrCllLLDIlH.M whllol liL'l it
1NO, wlih perfect iiuciw..lT
fcOOTIIKS tno CltlU), bOlTKUB
ths ClUMfl, ALLAYS all .pain,
CURH8 WIND CU1.1C, and li llio
13 by prugKlits (n every pari of Jha
sV3 wrrl.l. lloiuro nd ic for Jlrs.
W3 VVInlow' hoouiing nyru)nnn caso
w iii niher kind. Ii Ceats a Bottle.
JUi Old and Will trii Btmftd j
TEL MAIN 473.
Per Japanese cooks, wallets, women
for housowork and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANBBK NEW HOTEL UNION.
NUUANU BTRBRT NKAII PAWAMI
Tin W"Wr IMItluie r Ilm IWonltn
lliillilln ifhM a pmlnui umwurr el
isa iiimsnf Mm in Mtr Vi f rr
0AV SP0ILCD. ITS AVPtn, ,vl
nis" ' rr 1 ifjl" , , . , ', .'. . -:. ., , )ls
RBltAiM I MIGHT AS WULTOfflO ,
yirllKE BACK. HOME THERE (jM'tflliWaBSSSoTrWI'S)? '
Bis no use stamhc merc m'MMmW-trR Ii
SRlBUT ai NOT GET A WMW ttMh M i
URCMANCE TO 'OR SOME M.H M Mlfffill 1
MUN5 wil yes 111 co AftTO I M ffilfi fi
" - jw.it-. iji-ii ,1 ., i-KBtrm. li j ian . jxsBmur rn ks. ii.ar-rT iwo- bTT 1 r i 1 1 1 '
I. 7l WAS IN H0PE1IT
LVJONW A SHOWER BUT 1 lVf
IT W-I.cr ITlc I tvrn it.- t VtCt
- : .'--'"" ".
,U , .. OA..C,
mil wvi) ruu-,
.0NLY DAY flf
-. self. for. Years. . w
.W" SVY vY.yv '
FRiEKD. The PAY vo y-j
WASNT BETTER ( -O ' ( UA
'SO'S I COULD 7$' L .
HAVE ENJOYED' iftlilV ;1 "tVN
YOUR KINDNESS Alllm'tl V Iff
ll THANK YOU y .tfiiMfjl!1 I UK,A
MtxKi,i.v.-2.airi k-i iu cvuwiiuy.u w r:u i.ltucw
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: ' Sugar factcr.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural C.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co,
The Fulton Iron Worko, St. Louis, 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. cf London.
Win. 6. Irwii & C., Mc!
WM. C. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKEttC.lst Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vlee Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., 8an Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co, San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phlla
Newnll Universal Mill Co (Manufsc
turers of National Ccna Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., 8'in
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN 8TRECT, HONOLULU, T. II.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co, Or me Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar CofWalluku Sugar Co.,
Pepcekeo eugpr Co., The Planters
Llni of San rranelsco Packets, Chat.
Qrcwer & Co.'s line of Boston Packets,
LIST OF officers:
C. M. Cocke, Preeldent; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana-
I rjer; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
I C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J, R, Gait,
is kept on Me at it.
THIS PAPER I C. DAKf.'B ApVI.R.
1 TISINQ AGENCY,
121 Ssniome fit,, San Francisco, Cal,
where einfacts for advertising can
h maila for It.
1" earns on lo a
Ilm liiillrlln fllllrr
SiflTBMjiiuHalAwv '" jt '!l imn
-:'iz": '" 1. :a
TOK. A GfWrVaV; '.V
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nun; lut R v
HAD Ti MYi n
Alexander & Baldwin
. f. COOKE Manaftr .",
H, P. Baldwin Prssldsnt
I. B. Castle Vies President
W. M. Alexander ..Second Vlca Pre.
L. T. Peck Third Vlca Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E, E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
r gents for
Hawaiian Commercial t j9' Ca,
Haiku 8ugar Csrrpany.
Maul Agricultural Coi-ipau),
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Cornpany.
Kahuku Flartatlon Company.
Kahutul Railroad Company.
H&lcckala Ranch Corr.oany.
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
I General Agent for Hawaii:
. Atlas Assurance Company of London.
Now York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
th FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDG.
Is not a Luxury; it is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that is provided by tho famous
ann most equitable Laws of Maasa.
chusetts, In the
I New England Mutual
I Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. II.
CONTIIACIOfl AND BUILDKrt,
I ALAKIIA 81IIELT.
1 All cUmii r Uulldlng Work
' prornnny anil carefully sxicutsd
Office, 'I'liono IHut iao,
MlH,r 'I'liopi igs fjJZ,
TlsiiVsh!? k v'WWRt
A 1 T'
m im Itwliuiilint m mi w IW
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