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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H FRIDAY, NOV. 30, 1906.
The Little Ads with Ihe Big Results
Moo Pngo 8, NEW TO-DAY, for Now Ads.
I ae SPORTS . 1
A liouso or II M) or six ronniK, situated
rllhor In Manna or WnlMki; mustc
lio In kooiI repair. Address "I". S.,"
Diillctln Umcc. 3539 tf i
J'cislllmi na bookkeeper. Rcnur.il ofllci
work, etc., rilnutntluti or otherwise; '
lt'nsnmihlo snlary. Address "A. ',.," ;
Ili'iltctin office. 3517 lw,
A llrnt-elaas bookkeeper will nceert the
keeplhK of n set of bonks during
evenliiu liourB. Address "A V. ." Hill-1
lctln Orflce. 352Stf j
Ono 35 to BOll.t'. economical steam
endue; stale what make and price.
Address I'. O. llox 951, Honoltihi.
One larRO room or suite for gentleman !
ntul wife, with board. Address "t."j
llulletlti olllcc. S.'(0 w
To Imy n llawallnnliri'd horse, (Ichr
Iiik & llutike, 7SI S. King St. Phono1
While 3M. 3517-lwl
Cottage to let on Ileretanla St. Threo
licilroiinn mid all modern convent
nice. Just newly painted Insldo
nnd out. IU tit cheap. Apply nt
II co of Knplolnnl Estate. 35IOtf
Furnished robins. Itentcd to suit the
times. Helen's Court, Adams Lane.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDV IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
Tfitf per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner, I Umbrellas re-covered and brass pel
All ordrrs should bo left at the Ha-1 ;hc-J. Takata, 12S4 Fort St.
wallnn News Co., Young bldg. Phone 34G7-tf
Z9l or cottngo nu. 1, llnnlelca i.nwu.;
For house-help, phone White 2S91, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
for Pensarola and Ileretanla.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Cmm and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
:: Good Help
We have office appliances
that are considered "GOOD
HELP" Irt the every day
work that must be attended
to. Our Globe-Wernlcke Fil
ing Cabinets are not excelled
by any other make, Theso
or ,1 bookcase will answer for
d Christmas Gift.
There will ho u concert nt
lltilelwn 011 Saturday night ("I
the benefit of Waluluu Church
ami a dance afterward. Tlio Ktuii
orchestra of eight pieces will
play for both and will play it t the
hotel 011 Sunday, (let your ac
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a flpeelally,
663 8, nKRUTANIA OT.
iri.LPHONi: DLUC B81,
Pflt'OH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
BEEDS POn BALE,
Mra, E. M. Taylor
Collates In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front room at 1223 Em
ma St.: rent reasonable . 3401-tf.
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms
at S4 Vineyard St 2724-tf
Land In the city with a frontline of
113 feet on King Street. Around
rent will glvo purchaser eight (8ft)
per cent. net. Leasee pays taxes
and nil other assessments nnd keeps
buildings on land Insured for bene
fit or Lessor For further particu
lar, apply to John 1 Colburn.
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental treat
and all Improvements. Tiro min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address II. F., this office
In South Konn 50,11110 acres of land at
a whole Address S. Norrls, Wnlo
hlntl. Hawaii. 3550-tf
A bull terrier pup, three months old;
cheap. Aihtre:s "3. O.," Ilullcltn
Snuahs In any quantity, Knlmukl
Heights Zoo. 3472-tf
Small gold crown pin with initials "K.
K. L " on reverse side. Itctiirn In
I'niadlsc of thti.l'nc'lflc otTIco and re
ceive rewnrd. 3519-lw
Wank books of all aortt, ledgers
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
8e Hastings for rtpalra of Locks,
Keya, Music Ifoxcj, BnarpeniBK of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Grill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Fo:t St.
Clothes dyed, cleaned and pressed. A.
Mathiiokn, Kukiil St. bctw. Itlvcr and
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT-
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 371, 122 3. 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.
We make no calendars of
our own; but wo handle all
the catendaro that are made
in Honolulu. Consequently,
you Imvc 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 Wimlily l.Mllliili of the Kvfiilim
I lUlulln hIvm ainipiufa miiiiiimrr l
The heavy downpour of rain caused
the Ilaschall Park to be an) thing hut
nn Ideal football field, but nevertheless
two very good games of sockcr wcro
Been, and, In fnct, tho first game, be
tween tho Diamond Heads and Y. M.
(.' A., was as exciting If not more so
than any game that lias been played
this season. In this game first ono
side would Imvu the lend and then tho
other nnd the result wns In doubt up
to the very Inst moment.
The I). II, boys played n very fast
game and their rushes down the field
wllh the ball was a feature of tho
game. I-'or fifteen minutes the Dia
monds played with ono hand short,
A, Williams v.-ao the tardy member.
KUdes, better known as "Kiddle," tho
father of sockcr, broke luto the game
and played n star part. It was old
man Fiddle who scored Ihe last nnd
winning goal for his team.
The Diamonds won the toss nnd
Captain Orune choio tho Wnlklkl goal.
When the teams lined up It was seen
that tho Y. M. 0. A. lads had strength
ened with I,, f, Dlnckman and Stan
ley Ileardmoro and both of these play
crs dlil good work for their teams.
Until tennis played very evenly for
some time but nt last tho Y. M. C. A.
forwards rushed through tho Dia
monds nnd got tho halt within striking
dlslnncc when by a peculiar accident
l'nt Uleason, ono of the Diamond Head
players, slipped nnd struck tho hall
and Bent It between his own goal
posts, scoring n goal for the other
team. Try as they would, the Dia
monds could not oven up matters In
After ten minutes' play In the sec
ond half the Diamonds drove the ball
between tho opponents' goal nnd even
ed up mntterH. Hy soino fnst combi
nations nnd passes, (len, Deshn passed
to IM. Fernandez, who toed the sphcio
between the posts nnd made it 2-1.
Hot Ii teams played as hard ns the
slippery Held would permit and ench
wcro repaid hy a goal In tho Inst ten
minutes of play.
This mndo tho final score lead 3 2
In favor of tho Diamonds and thu
ciowd was satisfied with the game.
Tho tennis lined up ns follows:
Diamond Heads Chilton, goal;
Urune, (llcason, backs; I'M. Desha, J.
Clarke, J. Anderson, half backs; Shel
don, (Icorgo Desha, Woo, I-'crnnndcz,
Y. M. C. A. n. I- Hcardmore, goal;
Tinner. Stanley Ileardmoro, backs;
Spalding. Zlcglcr, 0111, half backs,
Obs, Watcrhousc, Churton, Dlnckman,
Mncaulny, forwards. Super, llolllns,
j Itnln fell so hard In this gnmc that
I the play resembled water polo moro
than it did sockei. The boys stuck
in .l.nla. ., nl tin....,..... nml Hl.a.nil a
... t.tvti "iji., iiuniivi, 111111 iiuji:ii uo
last as tho field would permit. At tho
end of tho second half, nlthnimh ninny
thought they had been outplayed, tho
Malles won by 2-0.
Tho Puns went right after tho Orccn
and Gold from tho kick off and had a
beautiful, chanro to win, hut tho kick
ers' sights wcro out of Joint and many
good chances wro missed.
In tho second hnlf (laalkccpor l.o
On was kept busy diving after tho ball
but ho did great dcfenslvo work and
kept tho Malles from scoring many
Mnllcs, 2; Puns, U,
IMinnhoiis l.o On, gonl; It. II, Cat
ion, Mnecnnncll, backs; McDougall,
Mon Yin, I'rangwcll, half-backs; link
ley. Dodge, Macaulny, J, II. Cation,
Croll, forwnids. Withlngton, Davis,
Malles It. Chllllngttorth, goal; Me
aill, Anderson, hacks; Jamieson, Cen
ter, K. Kcllett, half backs; J. Kca, F.
Halley, Cntterall, Gray, Treeth, for
wards, n tt it
WET BMMII (IE
1 The great downpour could not keep
I thu hall Jugglers representing tho Ju
diciary and Capitol buildings npnt't,
and they had n game of baseball In
tho iiiiil Hint wns n somewhat one
sided affair, hut ttill gavo tho bunch
a cliHiicn lo bco who was the better
man, Well, the Judiciary won In 11
walk nnd Hill Chllllngwnrth'u bcndeis
had much to do with tho oiittomo.
O'Sulllvnu, who pitched lor tho other
team, got a good pounding, und was
jielloved hy Dill Vanuatu,
j Well, tlm boys had good fun, nny-
way, mid go) acquainted on tho hall
Tho nines worn 111111I0 up ns follows:
Judlclnry Knpa, e; W. Chilling-
worth, p; J. Clark, lb; J, Thompson,
2b; V. rVruandci. 3h; , Williams,
hs; I), Sherwood, tf; II, Chllllngnorlh,
If, J, Null, rf.
Capitol ll.Jlapal, rf i J, Cocltrlt,
"ss, J, Kmin, lb Will, Vaiin.iltH, 2b,
II, Wohb, If) H. ChllllliRwnilh, tij .
lO'Hulllrnn, I'l II. Alo, rfi T. Trrwlnuy,
;ih, W, Juidiin, ss,
I'mi'llt" A WlHI'iiim
Tlf srou by Innings was:
1 I 1 4 f 6 7 M
iJiiiJh'lurr 1 0 ID a oo j ll
Around the old base burner sal
A crowd engaged In friendly chnt;
They threshed one subject o'er and
A subject often threshed before
Said ono of these loud, gabby men:
"I batted last year Just one-ten;
Hut you guys keep your lamps on 1110,
III bat nrounihlhree-thlrty-thrce
, "My batting eye Is clear all right,
I'll knock tho horschldc out of sight;
You hctchycr life I'm still tho goods,
I'll chaso the pitchers to tho woods
("Well, as for mo," another said,
"My arm is rar from neing nenii;
Lnul pnr t IriRt mv rnrvn nml Hiineit.
Hut I'll have all of both I need-
I'll hnvo some turves that shoot
Tho batter's neck and hit tho giound;
I'll put tho whiskers on tho sphere.
I'll knock my catchers out, I fenr
And still another said, "I know
My fielding game last year was slow;
You fellows think I've lost my skill,
Hut any! You want to wnll until
Then, with tho session at its close,
The hunch of fnded stnrs arose
And shouted, "We don't llko to brng,
Dut watch our team cop out tho flag
William Coales. a schoolboy of
Thrapston, Knglnnd, Is heralded by his
ICngllsh friends ns the coming long-
dlHtanca runner of tho world. At tho
recent sports of Iho South London
Hnrrlers ho entered In Iho three-mile
hnndlcnp and wns placed on -tho sixty
yard line, with Guy Holdaway to keep
I1I111 company. There wcro eighty-four
starters in the race, and when tho gun
went off Coales and Holdaway wcro
lrtiially scratch men.
Many wondered why tho youth had
been placed on such a short mark as
blxty yards, but tho handlcappcr had
hoped" him right. Never slnco
Shrubb's performance had such a flna
distance limning been seen in Eng
land. Holdaway dashed off at tho start.
hut Coales foon got oji even terms
nnd quickly disposing' of his co-marker,
began to draw away. Thero wns
no gallery play. Coales simply ran
right through his field, and, Inking Ilia
lead In tho Inst half mile, won, casing
up In tho hollowest fashion. His I lino
was 11:17. Allowing for tho sixty
ynrds, but considering tho big field,
Coales had to get outside of, ho Is
easily Inside of 15, which for a school
boy Is rnce-golng. A couple of yenis
ago Kred Coales, an older brother of
tho youngster, wns a prominent run
ner of the Alplno Harriers, so the dis
tance work Is a family trait.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Recorded Nov. 22, 1906.
William J i:ngland,and wf to K Colt
Ilohrnn; I); lots';, 7, 18 and 19, blk
II, Knhiaoloho tract, Honolulu; $1. II
28B, p 221. DatciJ Nov 1, IflOfi.
Est of H C Allen by trs to William
D Hunt et nl; Itol; por II P MSG, Kill
flSI-'L, Kuwill, lots 55 and Cn of It
GOT, Ap 2, Kckl'o tract, both H0110I11
lu; $3000. II 28'J, p 73. Dated Nov
Mrs Krnnclsea Altcncnstro tn Ade
laide K l'ua and hsb; Itol; lots 3, 1
5 and fl; hlk 4, Kapahiilu tract, Hono
lulu, Oahu; il00. I) 289, p 74.
Oeorgo W Do Long Post O A II by
Comdr to Oahu Cemetery Assn; I); 2
pes land, Nuuanii Cemetery, Honolu
lu; II, etc. II 28C, p 223. Dated Sept
.Onhu Cemetery Assn lo George W
Do Long Post O A It Comdr of; I);
lots 182 and 183 and nve, Nuuanii Cem
etery, Honolulu; $1. II 280, p 221.
Dated Sept 20, 1900,
Henry K Cooper and wf to (Icorgo
A Sojde. )j lot 1, blk O, Puiipuee
tract. Honolulu; $800. I) 28", p 22fl.
Dated Aug 29, 1906.
(Icorgo A Seydo and wf to Henry
Wnterhoiiso Trust Co Ltd lr; M; lot
1, hlk 0. Puupuco liiict, Honolulu; 12,.
600. H 289, p 75. Dated Aug 31, 1900,
(leoigo A Soydo and wf lo Henry
WnleihoiiKo Trust Co Lid; M; lot 1,
hlk C. I pueo trad, Honolulu; Sii5,
II 289, p 78 Dalod Aug 31, 1000,
W S .1 Ollwn Mnkeknii (k) In Cheo
SI11, I,; Hah pond, Knlla, Honolulu; fi
rs nt $3(1 per yr. II 288, 11 43, Dated
Nov 11. mos.
John llullmi in uuuil; I.; por I.uivl
Patent 3179. Kniiluenii, Koolau. M1111I1
IS yi nt $20 par yr, II 288, p II, M
nd Kepi St) 1 000,
Cliilnlim AiiKiniu ami hsli (0) In
Mm 1I.1M11 .li V1I1 l) 1 IH'lK Hf I11I
l 1 iuii iJiunt IW5 Nulill.il, Hjiiu
4u,, f iub B m, 11 MO Dni,1 Julv
10, I Hill
a delicious dentifrice, Free
from acid nnd grit, Just tlie
thing for those who have an
inclination for the niceties of
every-day life. Ask your
The average English gentleman, and
many of other nationalities, will not
be content without shaving every
morning. Objections have been macje
to the annoyances which lollow such
frequent attention to the face. With
a GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR there
Is no unpleasant after-effect for the
reason that the blade Is always keen
er than In an ordinary razor. We
have the Gillette and the extra blades
as a Christmas thought.
& Go,. Ltd.
J. G. Axtell & Go.,
1048-50 ALAKEA STREET.
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURERS
Phone Blue 1801. P. O, Box 642.
For Over 60 Years
4is been ord .tor over. B1XTV
YBAKU by MILLIONS of. Mothers
INO, villi perfect eucccm. IT
BOOTH i:s the CllH-T). bOtIGNS
the GUMS. ALLAYS all pain,
CURES WIND COLIC, and lithe
by DruKsUta la every part' of the
world, lie fturo and &lc lor Mrs,
Wlnilow'l Sootlilnff Syrapnnd uke
no other kind. 3S celts k Bottle.
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKINQ CO.,
1120 FORT ST, PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901,
M. E. OILVA MANAGER
At All Walchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian islands,
Cor, FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.,
iltmtiTTiTln rri 1 1 1 tirffHfFcnccl I
ChMPtf thin wood. Will tut m tUttlmsAl
Uihutliirti Hull shir, It. Inn, lM.
II CINCINNATI. O. II
0rtr 100 tnit et Irei Ttict tkwfl Ii Mr cili-
W hitu Uw srlc.i lll iwprbi oi. II
on ni y
00 0 CT c
23 Hotel St,
Phone Main 7
that the elections arc over
have time to think about
paint, paper-hang and
Business Boomers S.S.Signs
New season's-Pack. Just in
time for Thanksgiving.
I CAN 8ELL
YOUR REAL ESTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of all
kinds sold quickly for cash In all
part of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money.
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
5 Building lota in Manoa Valley, 13
ere each, $1000 lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT 8T.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
m (i. lRWjfU CO., LTD
AOENTS FO!l THW
floyal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Mllance Assuranc Co, of London,
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. ol
Fire Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance efcrparitlon, Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdebuag General Inau
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER' PIANf) COMPANY
156 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
Exquisite Handpalnted Aloha Souvenir
Calendars. Tapas, Mats, Baskets,
Fane, Brasses, Pottery.
HAWAII &. SOUTH SEAS
j CHOICE SELECTION
1 OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
MIKE might cigar
I The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
IIAYQULDCN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG RLDO.
PIANOLAS ON INSTALLMENTO.
You can buy the wonderful Pianola
piano iayr on "iy monthly pay.
mriiti Anyone ran pliprj in luy
MPB05TP9M rJuIO 00,, l-TR.
i sun ryMp m.o.
Alexander & Baldwin
. f. COOKE ftUnaf" 1
t. P. Baldwin President
I. B. Castle Vie President
N, M. Alexander... Second Vie Pre.
L T. Peck Third Vie Pre.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E, E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCIIAN1S and
Hawaiian Commsrclal Cur C.
Haiku 8ugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company,
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company. 1
Kahuku Flantatlen Company. '
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Htleckala Ranch Comoany.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: Sugar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Ce.
The Kohala Sugar Co. 1
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co,
The Fulton Iron Works, 8k Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Llfa Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
flta. Q. Irwin & Co., Hi
M. G. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS..1st Vic Pre.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pre.
H. M. WHITNEY. ... Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co-, San Franclaeo,
Western Sugar Reflr.lng Co, San Fran-
claco, Cal. ,
Balowln Locomotive Work, Phila
Nawall Universal Milt Co. (Manufac
turer of National Ccn Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., S'm
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
JUECN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co, Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Or -nea Surjar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co,Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugxr Co., The Planter
Lint of 8an Francisco Packets, Chi.
Brewer & Co.'e line of Bolton Packet.
LIST OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; Geo'.j
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasure,' and Seo
reiary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor: P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J. R. Gait,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Aont for Hawaii:
Atlas Asurance Company of London.,
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insuranc Co,
1th FLOOR, 8TANGENWALD BLDG.
la not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
But you Must have the BE8T
and that Is provided by the famous
and moat equitable Lawa of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If .you would be fully Informed about
these laws, uddrcss
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
! All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed
I Office 'Phone Bue 1R0I,
Residence 'Phone Blue 23)1,
kepi on fil at C,
I-- IT I 6 I N Q AOBNCY,
in wanavint bi, sail ri.nciICO, b1,
whirfsnrj for advullilng tin
h maia far
M,':,;'i'r '.,.in'" fir(, on u
(lie RulltHi) vlllt.
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