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EVENINO llUM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. It . THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 100(1,
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
Moo Pnjo 8, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Aclss.
A house oi ftw or six rooms situated
I'lthei In Mnncn or WalMM must
lie In rooiI repair. Address "V S ,'
llnlletln Ulllcc 3539 tf'
A llf Ht lass booidceepei v. 111 nccept the
'pcpl.ni; of n set of books during
ownlne; hours Address "A II , ' Ilul
Ictlii Olllce 332Stf
One .tr In SO HI' economical steam
oiiRliie stall what make ami price
Address 1' O llo 0M Honolulu
Tci first i last carpenters aro wanted
liv llurril Construction Co., Kalian ,
11,1. 3535 If
TO LI3T. i
" Coils' ,; to lei on lleietaiila SI Time
Indroiinn ntnl nil modern content
pimps Juki iii1 pilnteil Inside
iiml out Iti nt cheap Appi) at nt
Hie of Kaplnhnl INtate 3510 tf
ftmilRlicil rooms Rented to suit the
time. Helen fiitirt. Adams Lane.
Cotfipcs In Chrlstly Lane. Apply i:
Wong Knal, Smith St., tnauka Hotel,
2 funiiRhed front room at 1223 Em
ma St.; rent reasonable , 3401 It
Newly furnished mowiulto proof rooms
at R4 Vineyard St 272S-II
WOOM AiNL BOARD
Desltablo suite or slnglu room. wlth.UOiQ lYlOUnicQ DdCKbOUlDS
b-innl at Mrs Mncdonald's Wnl
the Bulletin office.
cards on tale at
Mrs. Hodgson- Teacher of f!?no and,
Slnglne. Muny ) ears' experience
Has) and p.cncant method. Kapld
nnd tho.o.ikh progress. Lcsons
given nt pupil's own resldenco or at
Sliidlu, 213 Vlnejard St. (near l'.m
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be left at the Ha
wallnn Nnas Co, Young bldg Phone
2i)l gr Cottage No. 1, Hanlelci I.nwn.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General employment Office,
rnr Tensncola and lleretanla.
Fine Job Printing at the Bui
I Time To Think
about the adding Your time
ard that of your high priced
clerks is worth money. Why
not begin to economize on
time by using a Burrough's
L' r-rT- rr-i r r-rr-c&&
you should take at least
a day olf and run down to
Halelwa for a rest. The
holidays and their accom.
panylng annoyances and
rush of business will be
here before you know It
jnd then it will be too
laic. Why not begin now7
St. Clair Bldgood,
Damboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
G63 8. BCrtCTANIA OT,
TLLI.PIIONE BLUE 881,
rnCOH FLOWER AND VLOCTACLE
CELUS FOR 0ALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TCI, MAUI 31,
llUiili books of nil mirk, Itnluuii
eto., iimiiufM'luriiil by tlio llnllolln t'uli
lltlilug Cumiittiiy, '
A largo ilrUInK horse siiltnblo for fnni- J
Ily use Iniftil.e Bulletin olllco or1
1' O llo Hfi. 3544-lw.
The old established ' Popular House";
I 45 ntrnlslied rooms Rent $50 per
month llh 17 jpart' lease lo run.
Call at 1119 Tort street. 3543-lw1
Sterling nlher sum en I r spoons. One
i or the finest lines cer shown.
I l'rlees reasonable Dlctz, tho Jewel
I er Tort SI 35IOtf
A bull terrier pup, three months old;
i hi up Address "S O ," llnlletln
Olflie 3539 tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
I and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F this office
Squabs In any
No branch- I Carlo I'awn Co
St.. opp Cnlholle Mission.
A large ininihi r of shell It-Is were
found cm i In water front last Sntur-
dii) Owner may secure properly by
nppplng at llnlletln olllee. fatw
IJin lSnin 0 Am
HJ HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT T
Umbrellas recovered and bran pol
Takata, 12S4 Tort St.
Bee Hattlnps for repalri of Locks,
Keys, Music lioxei, 6narpenug of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bhop. 1111 Koit Bt.
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pretisd. A?
Matsuoka, Kukul St. betw. Itlvcr and
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371 122 S KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
HOftlCJM BUILDING, TMIP.D 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 nf
being able to focus on the
ground glass for each picture,
whether you use plates or
lilms, arc only a few of the
strong points that go to make
the PREMO CAMERA desir
able. Complete new stock 1006
models Just In.
The Weakly IMItlon of tlio Evening
null'tin Rive, a compute summary o
Hid iihwm of thu day Tor 8 L ' '"'
:mr"Vor 0lc" csrda i Uulletln,
, Saturday nflcrnoon on the Knm tarn
run llio football clatcns representing
lonliii CoIIcro ninl the. Knm Schools
will meet In the second name of the
season Uahit College look the first
game by a field goal kicked by Low
ley The game was hotly contested
mm cc kick o I oil u.e i-.inai.nn
bo)s had a slight adantngc all tho
way Ihrotigh ,hrce m,ml, nROi piontlcd guilty U
Since the first game tho Kam bo)8l,llp rlarK0 of larceny this morning be
hae been working hnrdcr than ncr ori, .ImlR0 i.nrfny and was scntentel
and mean to turn the Inblis on the t one e.ir In Jail nt hard lalx.r It
College l.o) In their nctt meeting. It was a surprise to the prosecution when
is clilmid that some of the best Knm
pin) era were out of It In tho last
game Saturday they will lime the
Lest men In the sihool and should
have no excuse lo oiler In case of do-
It Is ihlnied that the llluo nnd Hold
have a few new tileks that they nre I
going lo spring on Salunlny and Hint
they wilt keep the Knms up In the
At eer) game those stnudlug along
the sftlo lines are continually hearing
romp remarks from some partisan of
n team pla)lng. The remarks ate
nlong ttuse lines. "Cheat," "Itobblu',"
"Why can't )ou referee fnlr?" Now
It Is n funny thing, but the poorest
losers lu the world In sports nre right
here lu Honolulu. One of the lessons
Hint list be learned here Is how lo
take defeat. Too much Is thought nt
winning nnd the loicr nlwa)s has a
Tiwe muckers along the si le liner.
'never look Into n rule book and, In
Inet, do not know tho game, and they
nrn .tut flt-Mt in el tin n hnul. It trf
Pining now so Hint no one wants to
umpire or rererce any kind or n game
l t IiIk country. It Is n hnrd task nt
the best lint It should bo mndp ns eniy
ns possible for tho officials by
l'la)crs and spectators,
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The swimming pool at the Hotel
Ilnths Is finished nnd Is ono of thejing why the work of the session wns
I finest pools ever built. This pool him . not made nubile. "II Is expending
many features not found In sue h
places away from here. The lank
holds 125 000 gallons of water and is
so arranged that 1000 gallons of fresh
water Dow Into the tank every hour.
This means that 24,000 gallons of wa
ter Hows through tho pool ove-ry day.
by means of nn overflow,
runs Into the storm sewer There Is
a drain around tho sides of the tank
that carries off water that washes over
I the sides. The pool Is 45 x 75 leet and
'graduates In depth from 3 1-2 to 10
Work on tho building Is being rush
jeil to completion nnd It Is thought that
the llaths will open about the 201 h of
Tho opening of thu llaths will he
under the auspices of tho Hawaiian
Swimming Club, which will give an
nvMliltlnti (if uutmtnlni. nnil illvlni. tlm
liko of which has never been seen In
this country. In this club nro 8wlm
mcrs as good as can ho found In the
won" ""il WHS .ant; cxuiuinim ui iui
'""'1 'nm- swimming nnd diving will
' wmirtlilng entirely new to the Ho
. The opening night will bo by Invl
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' Fill KBIT (WEI
A mint extrnordinnry nnd equally
tragic event look plnce nt n cricket
mntth nt Sevenonks In tho )car 177B.
Tho Karl of TanUervlllo was captain
of one of tho clubs nnd Ilia gamo wns
closely contested nnd most exciting.
Il was tho second Inning, nnd the
Karl's club, with their last wicket to
fall, still wanted two runs lo win tho
match. T Bciiler. tho batsman, faced
tho bowler, Jull, a local baker. The
latter delivered tho hall, hut Just ns
II left his hand ho staggered nnd f II.
The attention of Renter no doubt woh
diverted by tho sight of his falling op
poncnt. for his wliket was Hhlveied
and Iho gamo wns won by u dead mini.
Tho excitement fatally had affected
Jull'K weak heart
In n wrestling match recently nt n
local Inlr at llrunn thu chief wrestler
was a linn of great weight and
ttrength Ho waH not a profcnsional,
I however, while Ills opponent wan
.skilled lu all Iho tricks of the game.
I They Miugglcd dcspernlely, tint, nt
last weight and bruto strength won
lover skill Tho professional wns
i throw ii fairly to the ground, nnd tho
heavy giant fill upon him nnd did not
move, Ilu was victorious, hut llfeleis
I'rom Knvvalliao in Wnlniei by an
Inmi.blle and thpiico through either
Him Koiish nr llnmnkua tn llllo, will
show you tho finest sccitcrlon of tlio
I'or partlrulars write to
ir. , The Wi.kly Cdlllon of His evening I """'"'i' !-"" liMi fornii-il i.iii
- nulltlln (jives a eemptili luminary of."1 "'i''""'"" llh Hie Oiwiiilo I'mii-
1 iho nfwi ol the iy,
liilUlimiiMliMMi liHiiiiliHiflilitelinwni. tmmJiim
Serve One Year
Knll)onili ,,, ,lntU(1 ttll Ml)lo M,
,,,..,,.,., ,,n.nil ffnm ,,,,, ,,,.,,...... w()lk!!
iho time canio for the plen to he qnt-
rrcd and they wcio glad lo have tho
matter turn out ns It did
The enso was one which was utmost
between Hie two charges of gross
cheat and larceny nnd to decldo Just
Mrh It as would have been .llnieult 1 1
With the plei of guilty, honecr, tho
matter was settled very quickly Judge
Lindsay delivered n ledum to Kaupena
when he gave the sentence, which wait
said to be a masterpiece. II was In the
Katipcnn, when nriesteil, confessed
his crime to the pollen and agreed to
plead guilty hut (hen changed his nilim
nnd was going lo stand trial. Hut
when the moment came he weakened
mid nskel mercy of the court.
The riantcrs' Assoclallon met
again this forenoon, hut In exicullve
icsslon to which no one but tho mora
le of the organization were admit
led The discussion wns confined en
tirely lo experiment Station matters.
jlhp planters approved of the work
i v hlch had been done being thorough
1 1) satisfied with ever) thing
"The Association Is tn be regarded
Just as nn other business firm In this
miUlcr 8il(1 mcmivr w bile explain.
fiom 175,000 to lion.i no a )car on the
Hxpcrlmcnt Station and does not
want publicity about the matter nny
more than n business house or n bank
This afternoon the Association will
meet ngaln. TJls will probably bo
tho most Importrint session of tho en
tire meeting, as labor matters aro go
ing lo bo the subject of discussion.
This session will also bo executive.
This evening the enres and worries of
luslnesH will be enst to tho win Is,
when the planters will relax from the
strain, nt their annual banquet.
The following accounts of alcctlon
expenses have been filed with Chief
O. I'. Kaiimnknole:
Nomlnntlou fee .$"5 0(1
Traveling expenses 21 0
Total $I'J "
Moses 1'. Wnlunlolo (nil paid by He
puhllrnu party or Mhul).
I'ersonnl expenses $25 (1U
Incidentals 6 0"
Total $30 OH
Levi I,, Joseph:
Trv cling expenses $21 At)
J. II. K. Knlul:
I'crsonnl expenses $25 00
Jos. 8. Perry:
Nomination fen $25 on
MeaU and traveling expenses.. 7 UI
Total $31 91
A lit t lo surprise and a wedding pris
cnt wus made to l-'rank U Hatch, dcrli
of the reileuil Court this morning by
Judge Dole Hutch wits appointed I
8. Commissioner by the Judge. No
one had nil) Idea that It was comliib
and wlitn Clerk Murphy nad tlio com
mission thcro was n rlpplo-of Inteicbtj
through tho rourtroom Hatch was1
aworu in Immediately .
flcorgo A Davis has been the only
U S. Commlisloner In this city slnie
tho resignation of Walter 1). Muling
fcomc three months ngo. Ho had not
hennl of tho fact that lie had a new
collogue till a llnlletln man told him
of llalrh'B appointment. Hatch will
probably perform tho greater part ol
Ihn work as commissioner hereafter, usi
hn will be. easily rcuelicil when ncedii'
lor iiorn by tho 11. H. Marshal, '
SONOMA'S NEW PURSER
ti llolfon who wns putter f Iho
Oirtuiili Htnaiiishlp Company's liner
Hoiioriii, lino bocu uppuliiltd tn n l'
Hltliin In the .'iiinpiinj'a H)diu)' ullliu
mill will Iiii sin i .'filed on n rinui'lim
liv II II lUh.M nbn wai well Known
?.'. -r r "i .! I".1"'.0' ."
111" -?ic?jiir 'xrrii "r-"J'"- s - " k ; i .,TT A
MLI -'i'?J&i(i BrilEV i IftiL i This is comma m fwww,
"whn ' kotiau. mm raWk TO IT CM?
fa P .-i?' AND GH MYSELF VA- 'lSTANff HOTTW J&-SL
-!. 'v, i ?ACIT5. AW "TRY I Hfll KtCP IT QOtETJ A W' kiHiB
and forccici i B yyou HEAKjy H I
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' InL-1 rihffi&Sk
rortc vt m ooitARS on 1U1M, .R.in ,,D.T.lllMrr HUBBeK
nsw v ir viinAR.iwo , :T..ft "i"':""H stove-pipe
TtrirrLitJ1'1 '-p' soup
'SrmL C-any way iw CIseej ' -, rTr
vV- Amtiim OTHER. - y TJSSAftr;
I ' S U-M-- V HERE YHU At flK yf b-vfs5Bl?-9-v 'H'Wrfe) CT
L m. . j l V N VsaBRSs -? v
YES ITS AGOOOTlllNtV
YOU GOT Y0UK MONEY
tj" IN .TIME.. THERE!!
tHuYVE ALL BACKED
OUT.' HA.HA1 ALL HOT
TAR HA. Tft IW TO
WIN WE MONEY. NO1
Ltb WALK AKOUND
Hawaiian Opera House
THURSDAY, NOV. 22,
SATURDAY, NOV. 24,
Mrs. Wiggs of the
Dy a Selected Cast of
THE MASK AND WIG CLUB,
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER No. 3, O. E. S.
This will be everybody's show.
Reserved seats now on sale at Wall,
Box Office and Doors open at 7:30
Curtain Rises at 8:15 p. m.
CLEVER "STUNTS" BY THE
New season's Pack. Just In
Jsimc for Thanksgiving.
For Over 60 Yiars
nis neen un inr over ..ixi if
YliAKU y 1
M.1I..UN oc Motners
1KO, wTlh perfect succcm. IT
bOOTIIl'S tho ClIILt), bOi'inNa
the OUMfi, ALLAYS all ,pln,
CURBS WIST) COUC, and Is the,
f3. by DniRcUts la every part of tho
K3 world, ila suro and silt or Mrs.
Window's Hoouiincbyrupana isso
nootacr juaa. a vcau a xwvue.
TEL. MAIN 473,
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI,
Thu Weekly Hdllioi. of the levelling
Fins Job 1'rlmlng at Ilu Bui
fYS ITS A GOOD THINGS I I (WE CAN Sin
E r p"V
I iHl li .j-P1
(YES. HE'S DEsll ft THEiTrM
M,ntB . -. 5D. JOE ait) guy Got
.?s maIUJ k. WZlK wHErJTHERl
ui--- - I VJJWjOPENti
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I iktjlte I . il-ls ilEsssf-- - J M .luirf
rwE CAN SIT
SEE HIM DO
IT. CANT WE"
0H' I AM FORGEf
TING! I MUST W
RY DOWN AND
PAT THAT IMTERTS1
HUH! HOW PiP I
jWER LOflK, THAT,
v- -JfO.-. UC THF TRnilR. C 1
rwt. 8T 1HL UIW YORK IVtWNCl mrMWlrMWIOlUe HldAlD Co'J
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sufar Factor.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Waialua Agricultural C.
Tho 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 Llfa Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Assurance Co. ef London.
Wm. 6. IrwU & Ct., Ltd
WM. G. IRWIN.. .President and Mar.
JNO. D. 8PRECKEsf0..1st Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY..- Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francleco,
Western Sugar Retiring Ce, 8an Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phlla
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufao
turers of National Ccna Shred'
der). New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., &'in
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET. HONOLULU, T. II
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookals
Sugar Plant, Co, Or mea Sugar Co,,
Honomu 8ugar Co,Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Pepcekeo Sugrr Co., The Plantere
Lin of San Francisco Packets, Chss.
Brewer & Co.'e line of Boston Packets.
LI8T OF OFFICERS!
C M. Cocke, President; Oeorge
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E, F. Bishop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P.
C. Jorea, C. M, Cooke and J. R. Gait,
It kept on file at It.
C, DAKE'S ADVER
124 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts far advertising can
ba marie for It
cards on tale at
the Bulletin office.
YES. SEE HIM Wlrrfv.
I WO IIIUliANU fOL'
LARS for. YOU, BUT'
Alexander & Baldwin
K . COOKE Manner j
II. . Baldwin President
I. B. Castle Vlci Preeldent
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pree.
U T. Peck Thlid Vlee Pree.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E, E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial A Cuiar Ce,
Haiku Sugar Campany.
Maul Agricultural Corian, j
Klhel Plantation Company. ,'
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company,
Kahulul Railroad CoMpany.
Hslenkala Ranch company.
B. F. DILLINGOAIH CO.
General Aoant for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company ef London.
New York Undlrwrftera' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANQENWALD BLDQ.
Is not a Luxury; it Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that in 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,
HONOLULU, T. H.
William T. Paty.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All claisst of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332,
75c. Per Month
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