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nVnNINO nULI.ETIN. HONOl.TJl.tJ. T It., TttRSDAY. NOV. 2T, IflOO.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Alexander & Baldwin
, f. COOKE MtntHf
4. P. Baldwin Pretldsnl
L . Cattlt Viet Prttldtnl
W. M. Alexander... eon J Vie Pre.
L. T. Pack Third Vies Pre.
J. Wtterhoutt Trtaturtr
1 People tod Things
Mas Page H, NSW TO
A limine of flvo or six roouiH, situated
'Hlicr In Matma nr Walklkl: must
. In- In couil repair Address "I. S.."
lliilletlu Olllco. 3539 If
I'niitlun ill bookkeeper, Kfiicrul ollloj
iiiili. I'll , iiliiiitulluii ur otherwise.
K'.iBiinublu milnry. Address "A, Z. "
Itulk'tln nlllcv. 3SI7-1WI
A flrnt-il.us bookkeeper will nceert thu
kt.oiil.lir ,if ii vol ,if tinfihu ilnrltif
OM.'iiliic liuura. Address "A. II.," Uul
ltlln O.llce. 352S tr
Ono 35 to .',() II. 1', economical steam
iiglii': Plato what make ami prlt
Address 1 O. Hox UM. Ilunotiilii.
Ono largi- room or suite for gentleman
ami wife, with boanl. Address "M."
lltilletlti office. 3510 lw
To buy u Hawaiian bred horse. flehr
lug h llutzl.e, 7S4 S King St. I'liune
Willi' .IM ' 33t7'lw
Ten first ilnni carpenters are wanted
liy lluiril Cunstritctlou Co, Kalian
Cottage t let on lleretanla St. Threo
bedroom and nil modem coincnl
einei .1 list newly painted Inside
und nut Kent cheap. Apply at 'if
Hie of Kr.plol.ml lM.lte. 3.40-tf
rurnislieil looms. Heuted to mil t the
times. Helen's Court, Adams l.anu.
The Weakly Kdltloit or the Evening
llullctln gives a complete luminary of
Ike nw of the da. For Jgl a year.
Weekly Bulletin SI per ya.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be left at the Ha
wullan News Co, Young bldg. Phone
2!M or Cottage No. 1, Ilaalelea I-awt:.
For house-help, phone White ZS91, Ma
klkl. General .Employment Office,
mr pensnrnla and lleretanla.
GCNERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
Ve have office appliances
that are considered "GOOD
HELP" In the every day
work that must be attended
to. Our Globe.Wernlcke Fil
ing Cabinets are not excelled
by any other make. These
or a bookcase will answer for
a Christmas Gift.
i Hawaiian Office i
i Specialty Co.
should follow a day of rec
reation at Halelwa, where
there Is golf, tennis, ca
noeing and rest of the
most substantial charac
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
603 8. BERETANIA ST.
TF.LEPHONE BLUE 881,
rMl'BM PLOWEfl AND VEQETACLC
8KED0 fan BALE.
Mrs, E, M. Taylor
TBU MAIN ,
J?'f j)r bjIs'' cinJi i MnllfiKi,
- OAY, for New Ada.
now ren r
Cultures In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smltli St., tnauka lintel.
2 furnished (runt roonw at 1223 Km
ma St.; rent rcasonablo . 3401-ti
Newly furnished miimiultu proof room
at SI Vineyard M 2728-tf
cine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental treei
and all Improvements. Two mln
uta' walk from cara and Funahou
College. Addreat It. F., this offlca.
Sterling gllwr tnuveulr spoons. Ono
of the finest lines ever shown.
1'ilces reasonable. Mulz, the Jewel
er. Port St. 3S40 tf
.A bull terrier pup, three months old;
cluup. Address "S. O.," llullctln
I OIlUc. 3539-tf
Suuabs III any iiuiintlty, Kalinuki
Heights Zoo. 3472 If
Hmnll gold einwn pin with Initials "K.
i:. I" on reverse Hide. Hcliirn In
I'aiadlse of the 1'aclflc olllce and re
ceive rantird, 3519-lw
jffor Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin offlca.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gr.l notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Wtekly Bulletin,
SI Pr ytar.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Umbrellas re-covered and brats pot
Ufcsd. Takatn, 12!4 Kort St.
See Hastings for repairs of Looks,
Key, Music Boxes, 8narpenia- of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union OrllL
For a nice, smooth shave call at tht
Criterion Phop. 1111 l'Titt fit.
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
ilatmiuka, Kukul St. bctw. Itlver and
PA8T DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
OrtS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371. ,122 8. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
fiOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR,
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQE0N. '
DR. T. MITAMVRA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
We make no calendars of
our own; but we handle all
the catendara that are made
In Honolulu. Consequently,
you have the whole assort
ment to choose from, if you
Don't fall to tee what we
have and remember, now It
the time to make your choice,
Tim Wfilily I'Mliluii nf Ihu livmilm
liiilh'ilu hIvi's a iiiHipMn siimiimrr "I
liu iiwwitfif , ny, Fur H t vfi
' Of nil the kaleidoscopic history of
Iniiy of our old lime trotters, none ex
ceeds that of tlio varied career of the
lay gelding, now called Nut Hoy,
:07 1-2, winner of the first monev In
Jtho great J9000 Massachusetts stake
(at Kendvllle, August 24, In 2:09 1-4, en.
.lolling his name In the noted lint of
wliinciH, which now rends as follows,
'tiutnely Quarteriiiarcli, Itllma, Ural-
lull Hoy, Charley llerr, Iloralmn, On
I ward Silver, Major Delmar, Illlly
lluch, Cotisuela S., Sadie. Mac and Nut
Hoy. says the American Horse HreeJ.
cr. This Important distinction he ex
.reeded by winning first money from
flxteen contestants In the famous.
mu.unti Charter Oak stake. September
1 3, reducing his record to 2:07 1-2, aqua
, ln the fuHtctt time for this event
made, six yenrs since by tleorgcnn by
, Kpaulct, 2:19, In 19D0, As It has not
been lien I en tho track record for this
j event Ii (Jcorgena's 2:07 1-2. because
I she was the first to make It. Nutplnu,
me sire in .mil noy, was ine urst roai
uiui saw me ngia or nay at .lonn 11. 1
ShiilW Parkway farm on Long Islntid.
N. Y Tho dam of Nut Hoy was (Irace
Smuggler by Colonel Henry S. Itus
sell's noted Stallion Smuggler,
2:1.11-4, who from 1STC held the trot
ting Hlalllon leeord for eight jears. In
t.ille of the prophetic boastH of many
Nut Hoy wns foaled In I89B. Ho
'was fii rank, erratic and ungovern
able In harness that ho frequently hnd
to run him agnlust ji building to stop
him. December 4, 1903, he appeared
as Hcngallne in a consignment from
V. J. Carter of Itlchmond, Va., at Ilia
1 Kuslft-Tlpton ale, with the stntement
that he had shown n half a mile in
' I '07, and n quarter In 33 seconds. At
this salo ho was bought by John 11.
Sliults, supposing from the appear
auen that ho was buying a mara, Find
ing his mistake ho ordered him resold
He wns bought by Paul Connolly of
West Philadelphia, Pa. Atlcr run
ning away und nearly killing Henry
Longfltreth, Im was put up at a West
III. tin. I ..I-. LI I ...... I ,.. ... ....
, i iiiiuui-iiniiu u.iznr, uiui nullum uy r.ii
geno uvyeninuier, who inn uot Keep
him long, hut sold him to Thomas S.
Young. He resold to fatten him, cut
off his tall, mid sell htm for a high
klopper. Ho put hlni upstairs on a
set oud Hour where all would be quiet,
feeding tho horse all lie would eat.
He tried this for a month, but the geld
ing worried all of tho flesh oft of him.
October 3, 1905, Young sold him as
llengallno to William Mtl'arland of
.Went Philadelphia, who got Harry l
Davis to train him. Hut he was so
headstrong and rank that Mel'arl'ind
becaniu disgusted and sold htm at
miction as Nut-Doy. This was his first
appearance under that name. Ho was.
pin chased by lleniy Croasdale, a luni
' Per dealer 'at Avondalo, Pa. Ilelng out
i 111 tli j (ountry whoro ew-iylhlng was
I quiet, and being roaded nbout ten
I miles a day In a business wagon, Nut
I Hoy hfciuiio quiet, und at times show.
id speed. Ilelng In tho lumber IiiihI
luess iiiid iiol wishing to enter racing,
jCroudsdalu now sold tho horso far
?'.U0 to (leorgu lllndermyer of l'hlla-,
delphla. Pa. He drove him out to llel
mout Park and asked Sloto Clark
(who teeently diovu KlngBtress in a
inte nt Keadvillo to a record better
than 2:10). lo drive Nut Hoy a mile
over llelmont Park, tolling Statu that
jhu was it green horse, lie was to
drlvu the first quarter fast, tbo mid
dle half slow, and ' the last quarter
,fasl. Stotu drove tho horse tho first
quarter In 34 12 seconds, tho last quar
'ter In 32 1-4 seconds. Upon dismount
ilng. Stnto Clark said: "That, horse
I knows a track better than I do, but If
j on can Identify him I will give you
J1M0 for Mm." They could not Iden
tify him then lurther than four years.
The horso was tlieii nine cars old, but
they weru culling him eight.
Hu was then taken to C. N. Puyno
at Polne Ilrecze. The horso ran away
with him three times, getting entirely
out of harness once. Hut Payne kept
on tialnlng Mm, und won with him at
Allentonn, Hethlehem and other
places, In the fall of 1905 n stranger
to Hlndermer came to buy the horso
und laid Hlndeimyer M0O for him.
Upon asking tho buyer's name, tho
unswer was: "I got tho horse, ou
have thu money," This led somu
lolks to think hu was to bo used ob a
ringer Hut the buyer wns "Jack"
Crabtrco und thu horso Is In tbo stablo
or Miss I.ottu, who halls from Qulnry
as her home.
IN A GREAT HURRICANE
I I'nr eight hours on thu way from .lu
pin the. tank steamer Ashtabula, ur-
I living esterduy, twenty-one nnd one
half days from MoJI, lay hove lo In th'i
uild-oicin tiding out u meat hurricane
Hint tliieilleneil In engulf tho big
(kliuuur. HI long winds und gcmnully
loutih weather were encountered till tlm
way hut In latllinle m degreiu 11 nilu
llles lioilll, loimllllilo III degree n IU
minutes. viu n liiiriliniiu swooped
down finiu llm iitiillit'sl ninl It v.n
Iiiiiiusbu lur llm ,lil'4hna in umliu
linnlwity Hhu i mln uul llm Miinn In
MM). hmvHM', nit it lomill nf l)'lim
lii'inl mi in Hip m. mnl miliH In in
ivMli mi it'Puitii i.iiiHi;o,-liiiniiu,
l lovo you. Mountain, lor I fancy now
t see your kingly peaks against the
Ftlcltie In hold m.ienlflrcucH mi tilth.
And wander, thinking of you often,
Those cool clouds feel upon your brow,
feathery and soft and changing as
In swiftest motion, or quiescent lie.
Ah! (Jod with beauty did )our heights
There midst jour rocks He and His
own saimht rest!
There prayed He oft, and rorely temp
And there with Ills own hand wore.
Uy which our world has ever since
Yet on your side, O Mountain! Christ
Holualoa, Oct. 17, 190ft.
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Lights and niiisln and tears.
And Tragedy's Mnsk o'er till.
Yet our smllei hold swuy throughout
We laugh at tho Curtain's full.
Lights nnd music and song,
And Comedy's Musk o'er all,
Yet there's noVr a heart but plu)H lis
With tears 'til the Curtain's fall.
Annie Peacock, In Theatre Muguzllic
Mr, Cicorges Cluretlu, In n reicut
I'limhcr of i.n Figaro, mib the editor oi
Transatlantic Talus In tho November
number of that magazine, compares
1'leriM l-otl's inltnlruble romance, "Tin
Ireland Fisherman" with Kipling s
"Captains Couiagooiis." Hoth hooks
have th) same theme and both are mas
terpieces. M. Claretle calls attention
to the coincidence that some years ago
a story was written by one Mme. Luiiro
Ilernai d, ami the hero of this romance
like that of Kipling, is a young man
who sets forth to learn something of
life among the fishermen of Newfound
land. Strange to say, her hero's iiutne
Men and Women Unanimous About It.
Many women weep and wall und re
fuse to be comforted because their once
magnlllcent tresses have become thin
nnd faded. Many men Incline to pro
tanlty because the (lies blto through
thn thin thatch of their crunlums. It
will bo good uuws to the miserable ol
both sexis. to learn that Newbro's
Herplclde has been placed upc.i tho
marktt. This is the new sculp germi
cide unci antiseptic that titta by de
stroying the germ or microbe that Is
the undei lying cause of all hair de
struction. Herplilda Is. a new prepaiu
tluu, made utter a pew formula on an
enliiely new principle. Anyone who
has tried It will testify ns to Its worth.
Try It yourself and bo convinced. Sold
by leading diugglsts. Send luc. in
Mumps fur samplii to Thu I lei nh Ida
Co., Deliolt, Mich, Holllster Drug Co.,
NO DANGER OF TROUBLE
Totilo, Nov, 17, Viscount llayiuhl,
Jupiiiubu Minister of Foielgii Alfulis,
when Interviewed by delegates from tin)
('(insllliilluiiiil mid 1'iogienilve parties
in lefeieiiic In the IioiiIiIh nllh (he
Hcliiiul I Ina id of Sun I'liiiulstu, ex
plained Unit thu lews of thu Ameikun
uutlioiltlea in Wiislilliglou und the (lov
tlllllltnt of Jiiiiiiii weie In pulect lie
Mild im Ihu subject,
Hu tni'lul luil u lallHlndniy tetlls.
iiieiii wiuiM Im iiiihIii h iliuu by uytik
ihk iiiiidti vi nr iiin iNniMiniiiuii or Hi
I'lilleil Hiuirs uihl iihhiiiciI ihu iti't,n
lltni llmi Hieip v,ii im iliinuur nf npy
llljlliv III I 111' IrsllllllllMll IIHI III
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, flackacha, Nervous cr
Sick Headache, Poor AppeMte, Cos
tlvtntts or General Wtaknets
noeds the Hitlers to make her well
again. It lias cured thousands lu
the past CO yeart. In caces of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try r. bottle.
The average English gentleman, and
many of other nationalities, will not
be content without thavlng every
morning. Objections have bten made
to the annoyances which follow such
fiequent attention to the face. With
a GILLETTE 8AFETY RAZOR there
It no unpleasant aftereffect for the
reason that the blade It alwayt keen
er than In an ordinary razor. We
have the Gillette and the extra bladeo
at a Chrlumas thought.
& Co.. Ltd.
Mrs. B. IHcVean Mackall
MRS. A. B. INGALL8 Violinist
Mn8. L. TENNEY PECK
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
Tuesday, Nov. 27,1906
J. C. Axtell & Co.,
. 1048-50 ALAKEA STREET.
(IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS
I Phone Blue 1801, P. O, Box 012.
.u 1lri...,.lJm 1.4 ......... ..... .1 11 ..:
01" .'aurt .nL VV fur Mr,
Tickets on tale at Wall, Nichols Co.
and Bergstrom Music Store.
' chtsptt than wood. Will Uit ul.Umt.W
II CINCINNATI. O. II
0f ir 100 inUu l bs f net iVi la taf caUi
Mia. U f ilcaa lll uisiUi ia.
X Call Ml T
toothing syrup m
s-iitfuinMti Vf Mil M ! E2
IlllPl Ihu TIIII.Il. KIltf'riCNH
that ttic elections are over
have time to think about
paint, paper-hang and
Business Boomers S.S.SIgns
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
I CAN 8ELL
YOUR REAL BtiTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
kinds told quickly for cath In ill
parts of the United States. Don't
walL Write today describing what
you have to tell and give cath prlct
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Ettatt
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requlrementi. I can tave you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
S Building lots in Manoa Vallty, 1-2
ere each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK ANP BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU 8TOCK AND
WM. I. IRWIN& CO., LTD
AOKNTS FOR THB
floyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Atsuranct Co. of London,
Scottish' Union & National Ins. Co. of
Firs Association of Philadelphia.
Mllanca Insurance 0brpBrftlonl Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdcbug Otntral Intur
AND OTHER PIAN08.
THAYER' MM COMPANY.
168 AND 158 HOTEL 8TRBCT,
Opposite Young Hotel.
Exquitlte Handpalnted Aloha Souvenir
Calendars Tapat, Matt, Baskets,
Fans, Brasses, Pottery,
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OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY
, MANUFACTURING JEWELER,
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best tmoke told In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDQ,
PIANOLAS ON INSTALLMENTS,
You can buy the wonderful Pianola
'plsnonUyer on ey monthly pqy,
mini. Anyone can afford to luyt
i;nnTHnu mudio no,, ltd,
E. E. Paxton ItertUry
H. O. Smith Dlrtctor
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial tufar'C.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Conpan,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
htltckata Ranch Comoany.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sufar ficlir.
The Ewa plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Ca.
Tht Kohala 8ugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, 8L Loult, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
Tht New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Int. Co. of Hartford,
Tht Alliance Atturanca Co. of London.
V. 8. Irwb k Co., Ui
WM. G. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS..1tt Vlca Prta,
W. M. OIFFARD 2d Vlca Prta.
H. M. WHITNEY Trtaturtr
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Franelseo,
Wtttern Sugar Refining Co, San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phlla
Mtwall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cant Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Paelflo OH Transportation Co, S.',n
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
JUEEN OTREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Or Ties Sugar Co,
Honomu 8ugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Ptpcekeo Sugr.r Co., Th Planttra
Line of 8an Francisco Packttt, Chat.
Brewer A. Co.'t line of Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFFICER8:
C. M, Cocke, President: Oco-g
Robertton, Vice President and Mana.
ger; E. F. Bishop, Trtatiire,' and Bee
rriary; F. W. Macfarlant. Auditor! P.
C. Jorea, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Gtlt,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
Gsnsral Agent for Hawaii!
Atlat Atturanca Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agtncy.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
Ith FLOOR, STANGENWALD BLDQ.
la not a Luxury; It la a Neesstlty.
"But you Mutt have tht BEST
and that la provided by tha famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In tha
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
tnese laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, f. H.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDIR,
, All clatttt of Building Work
1 promntly and cartfully axteutad.
i Office 'Phono Blut 1801,
Residence 'Phont blut tilt,
It kept on file at t,
C. DAKE'8 AOVIR.
T I 8 I N Q AGENCY,
124 Bantome flt.. Ran c,..,i,.. nLl
whort tanta:i for advirllilni ""
be mtils fat It.
.. ?T.M''.0r "''" "" on "I
(lis HmIIsIIm office,
tjapaws mm iaj an i pi m, i ii in n i si tun nmwwiwsn
itr win i-Ri m fM)B, pay -si
inniWtdnsVsii'i Miiliiinii ,