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RVRNIKO mil.USTIN, HONOLULU T. II., SATtlltDAY. NOV. 24, Ml,
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The Little Ads with the BIe Results
A liuvisu nf tlvo or sl roums, situated
either In Mano:i or Wulklkl; linttt
be In gouil repair. Address "1 9.,"
llnllellM UMIco. 353U tt
Position as uookkuupor, gom-nil ohlo
work. I'lo, plnntntlnn or oIIhtwIko.
renonnlili salary. Address "A. Z ."
Ilulletln olllce. 3547-lw
A flrst-clasi booKhceiiur will nceert the
keeping of n set of books during
evening hours. Address "A. I" ." Ilul
kiln Ofllre. 352S tf
Olio 3!i tu Mill p. eeonomleal steam
engine Mate vWiut make iilhl pure
Aihln-i-s P. O Hex '.l, Honoliilii.
One lurge lOotu or suite for gentleman
and wife, wllli board. Address "SI."
Ilulletln ulllie. 3S40 1
To buy u llnwnllau-bred burse. Uehr
lug k Ilulzl.o, 7X1 S. King St l'lione
Willi' .1X1. 3517 lw
Thi Arm i luss enrpenters nro wanted
by llui ii I Construction Co, Kalian
Ik I 3535-tf
Cottage to let uu lleretanla St. Tbreuj
bedrooms and all modern conveni
ent o Just newly painted Inside;
and nut Kent cheap Apply at nf. I
lice of Kaplolanl Kstate. 3S40 tf
ruruiKhed rooms. Rented to suit the
times Helen's Court. Adaum I.iiiih.
UOOM AlSO BOARD
Dt'Hu.ibto Hiille or single room, with
board, at Mrs Slacdonald's, Wul
kll.l. 353S lw
Woo Page S, NBW
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be left nt the Ha
waiian News Co., Young bldg. Phone
2111 or Cottage Nu. 1. Haalelca l.awt:.
For house-help, phone While 289t, Ma-
ueneral employment utnr,
ppTinro!a and Ueretanta.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emna and Beretanla 8U. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
I Time To Think l
( about the adding, Your time i
:' and that of your high priced T
' clerks Is worth money. Why 15
3 not begin to economize on j)
time by using a Burrough's v
Adding Machine? It
( Hawaiian Office
you shoula 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,
Bambco Turnlture Made to Order.
Picture Framing Specialty.
63 6. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
rHE6H FLOWER AND VEOETACLE
8FE03 FOR SALE.
Mrs, E, M, Taylor
TEL. MAIN 31.
tiejr-'Tur QaIs" cards Bulletin.
- UAY, for Nw Ada.
Cottages In Clirlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, SinlUi St., mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front roonas at 1223 Km
ma St.; rent reasonable . 2401-lf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms
at 81 Vineyard St. 2728-tl
A Urge driving horse, suitable fur fain.
Ily use. Imitilie Ilulletln ulflcii or
1' O Ilox 1IC 3514-lw
Tlie old established "Popular 1 louse";
45 furnished rooms Rent J.'O. per
inoiitb with 1? ears' loasu tu run.
Call at 124!) Kurt stuet 33 13-1 w
Sterling silver someulr spoons. Onu
of tho finest lines ever shown.
Prices reasonable. Dlvtz, the Jewel
er. Kort St. 3540-tf
A bull teirler pup, three months old;
cheap. Address 'S O.," Ilulletln
Olllie 3339 tf
Floe corner lot tu Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit aud ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punshou
College. Address R. P., this office
Squabs In any
No branch J. Carlo Pawn Co.. Fort '
St opp. Catholle .Mission. 3503-tf j
A lame number of shell lels were'"" l'" H Bl'u,llll uc so Popular
rmin.l ,,.. Ilw. u-ntiir fn.lit Inst Hstnr. I
day. Owner may secure property by
applying ut Ilulletln nlllce. 3513-lw
Umbrellas re-covered and brass
h:d. Takata, 12S4 Fort St.
Set Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Key. Music boxes, Suarpenug
Fine Cutlery. Hear Union Grill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the '
Criterion Shop, 1111 Fott 8L
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Slatsuoka, Kukul St. betw, Iltver and
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371 122 8, KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
ftOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
We make no calendars of
our own; but we handle all
the calendars that are made
In Honolulu. Consequently,
you have the whole assort
ment to choose from, If you
Don't fall to see what we
have and remember, now is
the time to make your choice.
The Weekly IMIIlun nf Urn IJvenlng
Ilulletln glvim a cniniiietu summary o
(lis uuws of llw ilny, For HI yiar.
1)1 BEST KNOWN SPOUT
The first thing tliat attracts the tour
Ists' nttcutlon as he enters tills harbor
Is the swimmers he sees diving for
nlcktes nl the side of the ocenn liners.
This same tourist has heard much ol
the Kanaka swimmers of the Hawaiian
Islands and now ho has n chance to set"
for himself Just what thty can do In the
water The stranger throws u piece of
coin over the side of the ship and
watches tluee or four dusky youths dis
appear In the water and shortly one
comes to the surface with tho coin In
Ms mouth. Well the tourist thinks this
Is wonderful trick. There are a
couple of hundred wharf rats uu thu
water fiont who get a coin berore It
has fairly stalled on Its way to the
Next, the stronger wishes to sec the
surf rider, who perform the wonderful
feat of standing on a board and riding
In on the crest nf n wae. This Is an
old and common sight to tho local peo
ple but tho stranger has heard wonder
ful talcs awuy ubout this net utid ho
wonders at the surl rider's skill.
A Kanaka Is thought to bo some rela
tion to u llsh In the Statej. They cer
tainly tell great stories about his abil
ity to swim and they nro right, for
there Is no handler person In tho world
In I !,o water than tne Kanaku. 'iheu
people on tho Coast should see n Ka
naka go thirty feet deep In the water
with a sack and pick coal fiom tho bot
tom, staying down under water for
what would seem like an hour to one
not used to this performance. This
native can stay doiwi for four intnulei
There arc more natural swimmers In
Hawaii than any other country In the
world, In tills cllmato nud being bo
i much water It Is strange that the sport
! has not had mure boosting. There Is
climate than SWlllimlng.
Only recently has the sport taken an
upward step. Owing to tho establish
incut of the Hotel llaths, which con
1 tains a Due swimming pool, a club has
1 been founded and twenty of Hawaii's
foremost t. limners have organized to
ptomote tills sport. Out nt Oaliu Col
lege swimming lias gained Its way Into
the Athletic Association anil thu college
boys nre to foster It.
Under the supervision of this Ha
waiian Swimming Club nit sorts ot
twlniirllng will be promoted and while
Hawaii's swimmers are now famous,
they will be better known later. 0v-
lug lo the fact that tho boys here have
It handed down to them through gen-
i orations they are bound to develop Into
champions and records will be broken.
Fancy swimming and diving will hi
developed. Cleo. Frceth, the captain of
this club, Is one of the best all-round
men off a spring board or trapeze that
has ever been seen -In this country or
tlie States. Dan ltenear got second
I place lu a meet ut the New York Ath
letic Club und we all know here that
Freeth can do tricks that Dnn could
not turn. Frecth'a back dive from u
flying trapeze is about tlie neatest trick
Among those who are composed ot
championship material nre: Until,
Ciinltu, Kopko, Hufctace, Cooper. Dixon,
Foss and Campbell.
TMIW llu AME
That bifiieh of conductors and motor
men have a fust bunch of ball timbers
together and are now strong enough to
meet the best of them. Yesterday out
ut Kaplolanl Park they took a fall out
of Slujor Vun Vllet's pets and when the'
smoke of battle cleared awuy the score
board read Rapid Transits 11, lnfan
The Rapids proved their name In the
first spasm and brought two runs across
the pan. Until the seventh the soldiers
had n nice lead of two runs, but In
:hls lucky baseball Inning the Transit
lads did somo awful stick work and
made five round trips and with one
more In the ninth ended the score as
This victory will give the car men
courage and all the tcuuiH will now
tuke to the woods:
Score by Innings:
Rapid Transits ..2 030UU5U 111
Tenth Infantry ..1 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 0 i
The teams were as follows:
Rapid Transits Hamaiiku, c; ISverc,
p.; ltoliliibun, lb,; Aylott, 2b.; Fern
Pluuliett, 3b.; Fern-livers, ss.; Ascli,
rf.; Pratt, tf.; Uoycr. If.
Infantry Itlnglaiid, c; CaBtle, p.;
lliuwu, lb.; Vun Vllet, 2b.; Feuuer, 3b.;
Lemon, ss,; lioyle, if,; Horn, cf.;
i The real gamo of football under the
nun- rules will be dished up to the
, spin ts out ut thu Kum campus this nf
, teruoou ut 3:30 p. in.
Teams representing Oahu College und
Kamehumehu will Juggle the plgsklu lu'
t two halves to see which Is the stiouger
The lust time tlicdu two teams met
tlie Oahus took the gamo by a Held goal
laud Ihii gumu wus close, und well ton.
.tested lliioiiiilioul Hlnrn Hint Hut
' gaiiie liolli learns liavn liupinveil und
i ', '"" ' l''l I" put "M l'i'lei
I unit i"d)'
noma Mill pieseui u bliiiuger lit
dividual tenm today and together with
the practice that they have been Indulg
ing lu will present n stronger team.
Reed has been drilling Ills team hard
and the Illuc and tlold nre lu fine, fettle
and have some tricks that will worry
This Is tho second game of the sea
son and It tho Kums win they will play
off the tie on Thanksgiving day It the
Oahus win they will meet u bunch of
the town hoys In n game fur thu chani
On Thanksgiving Day the Capitol
building will hook up In n game of,
ball against the Judiciary building.
Following Is the line-up: I
Capitol S. F, Chllllugworth, - c;
Chas. Kaanul, p; 11 K Ka-uc, lb; V. i
Vannatta, lib; T. II. Tieadway, ss; i
11. O'SullUan, 3b; F. Cockctt, cr; SI.
II. Webb, If;- II. C. Hnpal, rf.
Judiciary a. C. Kopa, c; W. Chll
lingworth, p; V. Fernandez, Hi; J. A.
Thompson, 2b; Henry Williams, ss;
John Marcalllno, 3b; W. II. Ilabbllt,
tf; I). Sherwood, If; C II Slerrlam,
it II H
Puliation vs. Infantry. 2-30.
Alulles vs. D. II, 3-30.
I iinulious (loiil, l.o On; backs.
Mf.cconuel, It, It. Cultnii (captain);
hair backs,, Prangur.tt. Davis, Stun
i'ln; forwards. Campbell, Dudge, Ma-
cualuy, J, II. Cotton, (.'roll.
infantry dual. Thompson; backs,
PiWift. Dougherty; hair backs, Kim
null. Kolb, Ulshop, forwards, Landls,
Smith, Slooti, (lltllngs Kwlng,
Sialics (loal, It Chllllngworth,
lacks, Anderson, Mttllll, half backs,
F. Davis, Center, IC. Kellett; forwards,
(leorgv Freeth, Jaiulesuu, (I ray, Cut
lerall, K. Kea.
Diamond Heads (loal, Chilton;
hacks, (lleasou, (Irinie. half hacks, J,
Anderson, J. Clark, SI Anderson; for
vaids. A. Williams, l-eruandez, Woo,
II Dcshu, II. Sheldon
There nro sixty howling leagues In
During thu ltini; season St. Louts
Nationals tried out 10 pitchers.
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Twice has Comlskey headed teams
that defeated tho Chicago Nationals
for the world's championship. In .
188G, Just 20 years ago, he won thu j
pennant for St. I.uuls and beat Cap !
Anson's club In the playoff.
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More than 25.0()0 Is to bo spent In
decorating .Madison 8qiiare Harden
for tho national show to bo held un
der tho auspices of thu Association ot
Licensed Automobile Manufacturers
January 12-19. S. It. Hall, who has
charge of the decorations, was sent
on a picllmiiiary Jaunt through V.u
rope to gather Ideas.
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National League rivals arc trying
hard to grab Harry Liimlcy, the hard
hitting right fielder ul tho lliooklyn
club. The latest offer Is madu by
ChUago, Piesldeut Murphy agreeing I
to part with Pitcher I'M Ileulbach, Out-1
fleldeis Horfman, Slugle and )7C0O In
cash for (he former Seattle boy. Dur-,
lug the pust year Lumley finished with
a batting average of .324 In 131 1
games he made 157 lilts for 231 bases. ,
tor eating, drinking, end cooking
Pure. Delicious, Nutritious
0R0P WAS GOOD
BruWui Coco. 1-2 lb. tint
Utltri'i Cliocol.to(unmlcntd). 1.2 Ib.uVei
Gemini Swnt CliocoUlr, 1.4 lb. (lift
1 14 Vilu liv liuUluk Gioieit
WALTER BAKER & CO, Ltd
DORCHbSTER, MASS,, U, S, A.
-ItllKillltr AVAIIIl) IN l-UIIOIT,
Some Stylish Shirts
We are making the most attractive shirt offering of any store
In the Islands. They are the SILVER 3HIRT, called Silver be
cause the wearer saves silver In buying them and the satisfac
tion of wearing them is the silver kind. This shirt Is made In all
regular sizes, from durable cloth, jf light and dark colors In
checked and fancy patterns; are pleted or plain; have cuffs at
tached or unattached. They sell for $1.20. Why not order one by
Thankful Suit Buyers .
Our hundreds of Suited Suit Customers of the past year will
be unanimous on Thanksgiving Day. They will all be thankful
that they bought their suits from THE GLOBE. They have found
our clothing what we represent It to be THE BEST that can be
bought for the little we charge. They they have been given care
ful care and every purchaser of a suit has received a SATISFAC
Just at present we are offering
Stylish, Substantial Suits
THEY ARE CUT FROM DURABLE WOOL FABRICS; MATERIALS ARE 8TEAM SHRUNK; ARE
HAND TAILORED AND SEWED WITH DOUBLE-TE8T PURE SILK; PATTERNS ARE NOBBY ONE8
OF VARIOUS COLOR8; THEY SELL FOR $8.50 UP TO $22.50
Tel. Main 171
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. S.
Box Office and Doors open at 7:30
Curtain Rises at 8:15 p. m.
Tickets at Regular Rates;
Orchestra and Dress Circle $1.50
Last 2 Rows Dress Circle 1.00
Family Circle, 1st Row 1.00
Balance Family Circle 75
New season's Pack. Just in
time for Thanksgiving.
his feiwn nud for ovsr SIXTY
YUAKB cy hiuuubhoi hoi:
rf all tuin.
COLIC, and it ttaf
very nsrt oi ins f3
nq lor Mrs,
IM VW SMI w WtWlM RVMwvJ
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooke, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
luppllcd on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
I NUUANU 8TIIEKT NEAH PAUAMI.
3 th IlliMfl- ALIIA.V
H CURES WIND C
3 btt remedy for D
3 by pnumuts m c
3 world, lis tun '
m Wlnilow's Buothln
3nootber kind. 31
Mail Orders Filled
with the greatest possible dispatch. We
can fit and suit you on orders received by mall, Perhaps you
don't think so but we're anxious to prove It. Drop us a postal
card with your address and tie one word " How?" on It, and we'll
tell you by return mall HOW we do It. This will not obligate
your ordering from us.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sugar Fictm
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Cat.
Th Kohata Sugar Co.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 8L Louis, Mo.
Tha Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
W. i. Irwb & ft., Ui
WM. a IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 8PRECKELS.. 1st Vice Prea.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vic Prea.
H. M. WHITNEY Treaeurer
RICHARD IVER8 Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
' tUOAR FACTORS
Ocaanlo Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Ce, tan Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turer of National Ccns Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., sVin
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar. Plant Co., 0 mea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugr.r Co., The Planters
Line of San Franolaco Packets, Chas.
Brewer & Co.'e line of Boston Packets.
list or officers:
C. M. Cocke. Prssldentl Georae
Robertson, Vies President and Mana-i
Vvf, k. r Bivnup, i iiwrir biiii ou-
reiary; F, W. Macfarlans, Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooks and J. ft. Qslt,
I la kept on file st C.
THIS PAPER! C. DAKE'8 ADVER-
1 T I 8 I N 0 AOBNCY,
124 Sanioms St., Ban Franelico, Cal.)
where contracts fnr advertising can
be mads for It
His Uullttln oft,
carat on ! "I
P.O. Box 40
Alexander & Baldwin
. P. COOKE Manai"
II. P, Baldwin Prsafdsnl
J. B. Castls Vies Prsaldsnt
W. M. Alexander... Seoond Vies Pros,
L. T. Peok Thlid Vies free.
J. Wsterhouss Trsssurer
E. E. Psxton Secretary
W. 0, Smith Dlrsctor
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial s Sugar Cs
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhal Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation ConiDany,
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Httecliala Ranoh Somoany,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Aosnt for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London,
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co,
4th FLOOR, 8TANGENWALD BLDG.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that Is provided by ths famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, in the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOBTON. MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H,
William T; Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1B0,
flesldirics 'fhoni Blue m