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PA'ENINO nUt.LETIN, IIONOMII.U. T. It . FRIDAY. NOV. 23. 190C
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
Mca Pago H, NBW TO-DAY, for New Ada.
A lmtisc or flc or sl rooms, situated
rlthor In Manna or WnlklM; must
lio in Rood rt'imlr. Address "I. S. 'j
lliillr-tln OllUi 3S3UK
A Hrsl-rlass liufiitkpppor will nccej-t the
Keeping 01 n si'i ui iHHms uuriiiK
ooiiIiik liours. Address "A. E.." tliil
Jolln Olllci'. 352S-tf
Ono 35 to 50-II. I oconomlcnl steam
t'liKlni'. siale what tnnlie and price
Address I. (). Uo 051. Honolulu.
35 1 St f
Olio large room or suite lor gentleman
mid wife, with hoard. Address "M.' ,
iiniieiiii oinco jam iw
Ten first i-lnss rnrpentcrs arc wanted
liv Muriel Const Miction Co., Kalian
Cottage to lot 011 llerelanla St Three
lirdrootiis anil nil modern convent
I'lKcB. .lust newly painted Inside
mill attti l.Vtif filwinn tutltt nt nf
" ",. "',',.' ..", ."..,
in v i iii ui nil 111 r.niun.'. ii iif'ii
Ilirulshcd rooms. Itcntcd to suit the,
tltpcs. Helen's Court, Adams I.auc.
Cott.if-cs In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hctcl.
furnished front rooms at 1223 Em
ma St.; rent rcasonablo . 3101-U
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms
it S4 Vineyard St. 272S-tf ,
KOOM AiNO BOARD
Ito Inihle suite or slngto room, with
board, at Mrs. MiiciloiiaM'H. Will
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner, Umbrellas re-covered and brasi pol-
All orders should bo left at the Ha- ;h-l. Tokata, 12S4 Fort St.
wullan News Co., Youns bldg. Phone 34C7-tf
231 or Cottage No. 1. Haalelca Lam:, r-
" " .... .. ,. .. 8e Hastings for repairs of Locks,
FovVh.0U,nhelp' PhSne )WniU i." Key.. Music Hoxoj, 8narpennK of
'aT'SV0"1"' F.noCut.ery. nearUn.onOr.il
"" " , BARBER SHOP.
V iwlTlll For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Foit St.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emru and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
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
yu ir---!-cs-i,K,y ?&c&$z2
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 too
late. Why not begin now?
St. Clatr Bidgood,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
b61 b. BLIIUrANIA or.
'ILLLPIIOMi: DLUU 881.
mush rLowcn and vloltacle
SEEDS FOR SALE,
Mrs, E, M. Taylor
TEU MAIN W
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llluiilf ImidIii nf nil miri, Mann!
Ho . iiiiHilnlnrttil by Hid IImIIkiIi) I'ult -(lililliK
A largo ilrlWiig horse, suitable for rn Hi
lly use- Inquire Iltilk'lln iittlco or
1'. O. llox 14(1. 35 11-1 w
Tlio old established "Popular House"!
15 furnished room. Kent $50. per
month wild 17 cnrs' leasu to 11111.
Cnll nt 121!) Foil street. 3513-lw
Slerllns silver somenlr spoons. One
of Hie finest linos ever shown.
I'rlces reasonable. Dlelz, the Jewel
er, Fort Ht. 3540-tf
A ,, u.rrcr ,,,,, ,lr00 nionths old;
r10al) Address "S. O," Ilullelln
Fine corner lot In Mnklkl. Curbing
water, fruit and ornamental treei
and alt improvomrnts. Two mln
utri' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. F., this office
Sipiabs In any
I Heights 7.00.
J. Carlo Pawn Co.. Fort
St.. opp. Catholic Mission. 3503-tf
A large number of shell lels were
found on the water front last Satur
day Owner may securo property by
applying nt Iliilletlu office. 3513-lw
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OCX, published In the Saturday Bull
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gnl notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7! per month. Weekly Bulletin
SI Pr year.
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Matsuokn, Kukul St. bctw. IUvcr and
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
ftOSTON GUILDING, 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 nf
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.
Tin tt'Mklr edition nf Ui renins
Hull, 1,11 KIM a KlllllilllM Sllllllllttry Hi
lw nu of tint iliiy. For Ml yr,
iJMr"i'r Bl" Mfflf VlglifUm"
HARD TIME DANCE
That Diamond Hcn.il Athletic Club
Is going to glu n daneo nt. Program
Hall and n noel affair It will ho.
When the Diamonds start Iheic 'a
, something doing, everyone knows thai.
I Well, on December 1st this athletic
, organization Is going to out-do them
seles anil glo one of I ho grandest
' affairs ever held. A hard time daneo
ils billed lien, Snm, l.es, (lenrgo, nd
' mid nil the rest will be there with
'their ladles. Overalls, Jumpers nnil
I I uiiched-ln lints will be tho dress.
I Mother's rags will all bo worn as
I patches. A funny sight It will be. ICv
'iry old member of the club Is milling
tickets. Oct In line.
I II Is claimed Hint n Japanese sin
I dent In Tnklo by the name of .I11JII hns
llrnken the world's pole vnultltig rec
.onl halng cleared Hie bar nt 12 feet
! nine Indus.
Flourish, n rraek horso, diopped
dead nt the Kmeryvlllo track.
Two football plnyers by the nnmo
of Curlls have been Injured ptajlng
loothall. One at Fort Shaw wns killed
and Curtis, enptnln of tho .Michigan
team, hud his leg bmken.
AI1011I 2.),(i(10 people saw tho Sinn
lord-ltiighy football game.
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1 Thero nre 7o0 horses al the Kmery
vlllo track that wilt raro this season,
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The I.011 Dillon case Is ngaln beforo
tho New1 York courts.
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, Jake Schaefer's ll-yearold ron Is n
ernck billiard player.
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, (lovernor Paideo nf California Is try
ting to bring inning up In n par with
Hie oilier spoils In Hint State. In a
1 letter In the llerkelcy float Club the
! (lovernor Included $ino.
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Nownrk of Hie Kaslern League
'wants Krug's relcaso from" Hie San
I Francisco team.
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Klmer Stlcklctt, ono of tho crack Na
tional League pitchers, shut nut Stock-
Hon while pitching for the San Jose
j team. There was a side bet of $1000.
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New York. Nov. 10. Hay C. Kwry,
i the world's gicatcst standing Jumper,
will be given his first opportunity In
mnny years to win an American chnm-
jplnnshlp In his favorite events at tho
I Indoor championships of tho Amateur
j Athletic Union, to tako plaro on Fri-
I day and Saturday ovcnlngH. November
1 P and HI next, at Madison Square Oar-
lll'IDN Ml DUE
I New York, Nov. 13. According to
1 tho latent developments announced
'last night upon tho best of authority,
!tho Now York Yacht Club Is willing
to ncccpt n challenge for a race In
.1908 under the new rules of measure
ment. This announcement shows that
Sir Thomas, far from having failed In
Hid object of his visit here, hna been
Fiiccessrul. Ho enmo to arrive at nn
understanding for another race, and
ho tins accomplished the object of his
From tho samo source of Informa
tion It has also been ascertained that
Sir Thomas' next cbnllengcr will bo
a culler, designed by William Fyfc, tho
designer of tho Shamrock III and
I Kalamazoo, Mich., Nov. 14. Hugo
'Kelly and .California Dave Harry
fought ten rounds to a draw before
tho Kalamazoo Athletic Club at Hit
Academy nf Music horo last night. Tho
light was last and furious and tho de
cision of llefcreo (ienrgo Slier wns
well received by the spectators. Tho
fortunes of war swayed from ono man
lo tho other. At times Kelly would
appear to have Harry on the run nn.l
then Davo would come back and put
Hugo nn I lie defensive, Tho end of
the last round found both men on their
feet ami ready for more, nllhough Kcl
ly appeared lo have tho edgo In the
eighth and ninth rounds.
Harry's left cyo was cut early In tho
.second round, ho claims by Kelly but
ting, though Slier suys ho did not seo It.
1 tlloocl Hawed freely tho greater part nf
1 tho light, Interfering with Harry's vis
i Ion and effectiveness at times, Tho do
itlslou was popular, as, although Kelly
(minted iiinm blows, Harry led In ag
Kroslvriioos hik bis blown generally
wcro most effective.
Willi tho outdoor Irnt'lt iuii'IIuks
lit or fill Him ki'IIHiiii olilhllHlilhls nf Hii
ciiulor pain did bury goiiiiif, imoilm
on All American icain iovb Hid
New U11I1 Win Id Tim uennral uniii I
Hup i 1I1111 Din inllnwiiiK hip ilin mi. Mini ivir olfsful to His public.
,iii (lien iuiihivii mum. im )MiiljAk your ilmiiti,
clash, Dan Kelly, Portland, Or.; 220
yard, N. J. Cartmcll, Pennsylvania;
Quarter mile, Franlt Waller, Ml I wan
kbc. Wis.; S80 yard, M, V. Sheppard,
Philadelphia; one mile, Fred ItodRors,
New York; five miles, O. V, Donling
Now Yorl; sliotput, W W. Coe, So
mcrvltlc, Mass.; hammer throw, John
Flanagan, New York; dlsctiB throw,
M. J. Sheridan, New York; polo vault,
Hoy Satnso, Chlrago; high Jump, Dan
Kelly, Portland, Oil.; fid pound weight,
John Flanagan, New York; high hur
dles. W. It. MrCnltoch. NcV York; low
hurdles, II. 1.. Illllmnn Jr., New York.
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THE If MM
Jim Jeffries will referee tho O'Hrlen
Ilurni match nt I.09 Angeles. He gets
tinoo for his trouble.
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Jack Johnston, colored, may box In I
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Hart nnd Schteek meet nt Kalanm
zoo 011 December 1.
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F. l.nnderH Is having n
finding some one to meet.
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Mysterious Hilly Smith, once the
welterweight champion but now sev
eral years out nf the ring, wants a
chance nt the lopnotcbers.
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llalllmnro has offered MeOovern and
Cnrbclt 70 per rent, of tho gross re
ceipts for their bout.
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llrltt has made an offer to box Hums
who defeated Neary al l.os Angeles.
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Young Krno Is on his wny lo the
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Hick Hyland d Oclnno Thomp
son were to lime boxed on Inst Friday
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Tho National Sporllng Club of Hug
land has offered 11 purse for O III leu
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Hyland nnd Nelson have been offer
ed n 123,000 pulse.
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llodenbnch may meet -loo Thomas
In n 20-rouiid go.
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Tho Siilllvnn-Tliomiis fight has been
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Jack Johnston defeated Jim Jeffords
'11 a n-round bout In l.aiunster, Pa.
Altcll ami 1 laker will meet ngaln.
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Hans and Nelson arc both willing
to meet llrltt.
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.it a recent meeting of tho Hoard of
Directors 011 tho Olympic Club it wns
resolved that tho follow lug members
of the athletic class be expelled from
tho club on account of their having
bei'imo professionals, viz.; Harry Ha
ker. J. Carroll, W. K. Dwyer, Frank
I'Kit'H, .Malt (Iranflclil. 1. V. Letcher,
J. I.cnbey, J. Murphy nnd Lew Powell.
SS SS SS
John (lanzcl, tho ex-Hlghlnnder,
whose (Irand Haplds team won thu
f'rntrul l.eaguu pennant, may manage I
Iho Washington club next season. A
I'ispatcli from Grand Haplds says Hint
Daniel lins received two flattering of '
Mrs to lake hold of two major league
tlubs this year. The first proposition
wns received from tho Cincinnati Club
a month ago, when It Is said Harry
Herrmann mailo nn offer nf a threo-
vnnt- eonlrtlff and In rolmlilll-KO llltn
Iho 13000 that ho paid tho New York ! F"m" clrele; U'RW
Aniorlpnn Irrnrnn mnnncemoiit for hlslDlanee Family Circle
iclcase. It Is snld that tho offer from
Herrmann was ono of tho best ever 1
r.iailo lo a manager to break Into mn '
jor leiiguo company,
(lanzcl has turned down thu offer j
uul Is now seriously considering ono
lo take boh) of tho Washington Amer
ican League Club mado him by the
management two weoks ngo. This will
be a surprise to many. Wbllo Slab)
ciiH inn proven a success un a limine
per, It has also Injured his playing
Milllty, with tho result that n thango
li. iiiiiiiiigcmciit Is proposed.
The Washington owners have nlso
I rotnlscil to reimburse Uaiucl for pur
chasing his relcaso from tho New York
riub, as well as giving "Long John" a
thirejear conlrnct, This offer Rsntcl
I' now seriously considering, and it
would not be surprising If lie accept
to, New York World,
tulil Willi QofwiMnl I-1 1) til tl nia,M ait
idmi iitnlifficf, lui'niitniu anything
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Hawaiian Opera Rouse
THURSDAY, NOV. 22,
8ATURDAY, NOV. 24,
Mrs. Wiggs of the
By a Selected Cast of
THE MASK AND WIO CUUD,
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER No. 3, O. E,
Dox Olfice and Doors open at
Curtain Rises at 8:15 p. m.
Tickets at Regular Rates:
Orchestra and Dress Circle
Last 2 Rows Dress Circle
Dllery ' 50
. . lot I 1 1
NCW Season S Jr'aCK. JUSt in
titDC lor Thanksgiving,
U ( PA Ph 0116
J, J, LeVV tt LO. Uain IAQ
J """" ' ta
For Over 60 Years
by prugeUts la evtry part of tlio
world, llo urn and ask for llrn.
nnmner awn. beau a book.
TEL. MAIN '173.
For Japanese cooks, wallers, women
for housework and help far day work,
supplied on short notice,
MPANKSI! NP-W IIOTI'l. UNION,
LMioH ornci .
NUUANU RTHCr.T HBAR PAUAHI
mr M'1 Job I'rlmlnu M Ihf DuT
THf: MV.' YORK CVEKW0 TataM5"ffiCW VOJIK HSW.tUCOJ'
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:: Sucar Factor:
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural C.
Th Kohala Sugsr Co.
Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co,
The Fulton Iron Works, 8t. Louis, Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Ceo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Flra Int. Co. of Hartford,
Th Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
-'. I. Irwh & C., Ltd
WM. Q. IRWIN.. .President and Mar,
JNO. O. 8PRECKELS..1st Vice Pre.
W. M. OIFFARD 2d Vice Pret.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Retiring C., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotlv Work, Phil
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Ccne Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., cVin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. II. I and that lu provided by the famous
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AQENTS FOR: ichuoelts, in the
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Sugar Plant. Co., Or mea Sugar Cc-iMAUT
Honomu Sugar CorWalluku Sugar Co.,' MVTT
pepeeKeo sugar Co., The Planter
Llni of San Francisco Packets, Chas.
Brewer A Co.'s line of Boston Packets.
1LI8T OF OFFICERS!
v, ii wine, r-reaiuBiu, ucuruv
Robertson, Vice President and Mana-,
ger; t. !. uisnop, Treasurer ann uec-
, c, r. uionop, ireaaurerann ucc -
ryi F,r.w,MMjcfvUnV,udlorni !!
Jores, C, M, Cooke and J. R. Qall,
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H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Cr.atle Vic President
W. M. Alexander ..Second Vic Pre.
L. T. Peck Third Vie Pre.
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E, E. Paxton..., Secretary
W. O. 8mlth Director
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General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
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i - t . . .
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