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The Little Ads with the Big Results
Hoa PnKe S, NEW TO-UA.Y, for Now Adas.
A house or Ilvo or nix roomi, situated!
rllhrr In Mnnoa or Wnlkikl. mustj
be In good repair. Address ' I' 8.." .
Unllctlii omce. 353'J-lf
A bright, active man fni Inking out-
Hltlo oiilurn Aililri'HH "M M.." Iltil-lr-tln
Hoiiiiih single or en suite Terms eimv
OiiiiiI iicrnmmnilntlnux. Just th
plnro for aliiK inme tu unialli
wiigovnriierti. Cmno nnd try. Tin
Now Km lintel. Fort St. hot. Vine
yard nml School HtH. 3391-tf
CoIIkrc to let on llcrctnnln St. Thico
bedrooms nnd all modern convent '
eiiccs. Just newly painted Insltto
nnd out. Kent cheap. Apply at of-'
llco of Knplolant Kstate. 3540-tf
l,art;o rooinn ullli lio.ml In prlvato
family for man and wife, electric
IlKhtH, hot and cold water, etc. Ail
drcua "W.." Ilitlletln ufflco.
Cool, tiiisuilo-prouf rooms; aliio
rooms furnished for hoiixcUccpluir.
Alakea House, 177 Alnkca St.
Kmnll furnished cottiiKP and nlcek
fiirnlKhed loom. Ilaalolea I,:iwi
ItlchaidH mid Hotel. 357r In
Cottigos In Chrlatly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., mnuka Hotel.
Z furnished front room at 1223 Em
ma St.: rent reasonable . 3101-tf
Furnished collage near car line Ad-
dress "X lliilletln
N.wly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
nt Vineyard St 2728-tt
Laud In the city with n frontnec of
113 feet on King Street. Ground
rent will give purchaser eight (8)
pr cent. net. Leosce pays tnxes
and all other assessments and keeps
buildings on land Insured for benp
Ht ot Lessor. Vat further partial
tics, apply to John V. Colburn.
ftf "Far Rent" cards on sal l
the Bulletin ofllr.,
JLiy , ' . .
Yco SIiiq Kee Plumber and Tinsmith
Smith St., bet Hotel and Pauahl.
Mr. Jat. Sharldan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be left at the Ha.
wnllan News Co., Young bide. Pljone
291 or Cottage No. 1, Haalelea Lawn.
For liouie-heln, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Oenefal Kmploymfini Office,
enL. PflnSacAla arul Beretanla.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Uullct'.n glvcii a complete summary of
the newB of the day. For 81 a year.
it New Years
You had better start the '
New Year rloht In your office
with the use of a Loose Leaf
Ledner outfit. .We have everv .(.
thlnn. .CASES for .orlfllnrl !(J
records, all forms, and trans- IS.
fer cases. J
Experts pronounce this sys- j'i
tem the best. !(j
Hawaiian Office i
! Specialty Co. ;
AND OTHER PIAN08.
TJIAYEK PIANO COMPANY
156 AND 150 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
HEAR THE VICTOR.
We will he pleased to play the VIC
TOR TALKING MACHINE to visit6rs
at any time.
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO.,
Odd Ollows' BIJg.
Dlr.nk bool: of All itorts. Isdeen !
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub-
llablug C'ompauy. '
2uil 'or Htitclilnjf
llarred l'lymoiiMi ltoclis, White l'ly
mouth Itocks; lllack Mltiurcas;
White Minorca; White Leghorns. A
few choice birds for sale. Telephone
White 831, L. 0. Abies. 35:Ctf
Mr .lames A. Low will sell from his
kennels a number of choice young
bloodhounds, which aro suitable for
watch iIoks for country or mihurb.i'i
homes. Address Aten, Uahu.
Old ami well established lodging house
vlihln (wo hlorlis or I'orl and King
streets, Fifteen riHim thoroughly fur
nished All rooms now occupied.
Shows hum prollt. Apply S. Nour,
Kntilolanl Ilulldliif; .1571-lw
Floe corner lot Ip Maklkl. Curbing,
wnier, fruit nnd ornamental treei
and all Improvcmcuts. Two min
ute t1 walk from can And l'unahou
College. Address PL F thli office
Kresh HnwnHnu clKarx made from Ken
nine Hawaiian nml the best Havana
tobacco. There Is no better smoke.
.Myrtle Cliwr Htoro. 3575-tf
A llabrock Dispatch News Press, fold
er, etc, complete; good condition.
Apply Hull. -tin o 111 ce.
In South Kona, 60,000 nrres of lar.d ns
n whole. Address S. Norrls, Wnlo
hlnu, Hawaii, .ISSO-tf
Squabs in any quantity, Knlmukl
llelthta 7.oo. 3472-tf
Iletwi'en Pnlamn rlco fields and Kn
mchnmcha IV Itoad, small blue coat,
double breasted. ItuwarU If left at
this olllce. 2B73-2t
P. S. Shipping Commissioner ileiioslt
reeelpt for 1300.00. payable to l- V..
Ithodes, Payment has been stopped
A PURSE TAKEN,
Will the lady (known) who took a
purso this morning from the couiitor
In IsoBhlma's sloro on KIiik Kircct,
return It to I ho owner at Knlulanl
Umbrellaa re-covered and braia pol
lehc'J. Takatu, 12S4 Port St.
Bee Haatlnga for repairs ef Locks,
Koy, Music lioxei, Snnrponina; of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Grill
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Pott BL
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho llulletln Pub
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ft'ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS,
I PHONE MAIN 383, 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. B.
HQ8TON BUILDINO. THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
HOW DO YOU LJVB?
do you get alono the year
through without a vacation and
feel as well at the end as you
did at the beginning? Guess
not; nature Is not built on such
broad and ever widening lines.
You must have a rest from the
daily strain and it must be the
right sort. There Is nothing
like HALEIWA for comfort. You
may have particulars by asking
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD,
1 , kept on file at E.
THIB PAPERf C. DAKE'8 ADVER-
- T I 8 I N Q AGENCY,
124 6iniome St., Ban Fratclico, CM.,
where contracts for advertising can
b made for It,
U " ".
' .Stauilliir, room only was the slate of
nlfnlrs nt the Hotel ltaths on Saturday
evenlnn when this new Institution wn
opened to the public livery available
' space w.is taken and not n few took nn
i unexpected rhower bath on account ot
I their prtixlmll. to the edge of the
' swimming pool The program was u
. or Interesting one. It showed those
who had previously known nothing
about swimmer: that there Is much In
II that Is woilli while, and many stunts
were done which were received with
cnihtisliism. The progrnm ami those
who took part follows:
Involution of Swimming
Ilreasl stroke tlco. t'mxlri
Side stroke W. Dixon
, Australian ship sttoke ....less Woods
Trtidrcon eldc stroke .... Win. Lyle
Crawl side stroke Krnest Kopkc
2--nril Pnsh PrccUi, Itntli, Ciinha
I'nnry Diving, Trapeze IIIiik
...I'reeth, O'llrlen, Kopkc, Chaudlei
I mbicltn Itiue I'oss, Oss, Wight
'U-yurd Dash. .Kopkc, lliistnie, Cunhn
SlK.otlng the Shulcr.
....I'lceth. Campbell, ('handler, l.k'
I'xltn- Kolli nnd Dill.
Helm, ."inn Yiinls
Teanu. cnptulned b l-'reeth anil
FUN AT MBATHS
Although yesterday was a very
gloomy day the Hotel liaths did a
; lushing business and all day long pen
plo took a dip 111 tho beautiful pool.
I The bms had so much fun that somu
'of them wauled to stay all day and
had to ho driven from tho tank. Many
spectators watched with interest tho
I fHirt Hint nil hud in the water. Shoot
' lug the chutes seemed to catch tb"
!ho)s and tho slide wns kept busy at
nil times. i;vcronu who took n plunge
expressed theniseles as delighted
with the water.
Tomorrow the llalhs will bo oieii
all day nnd n large holiday crowd Is
expected. On account of New Yeai's
coming on Tuesday the first LaillcV
Day will be held on Prldny morning.
January 4th, at which tlmo tho Hatha
wilt bo turned over to the Indies mil
children between tho hours of S a. m.
anil 12 m. Thereafter the ladles will
have every Tuesday and Prldny at
Iheso hours. They can, howexor,
swim at liny time during tho day or
night and parties of bathers ate ex
pected In como ut any time.
Spectators can nlwnyx gain admit
tance for the mini of 10 cents.
The Tenth Infantry defeated the
Kawalhaii (llco Club nt Anta Park Sat
urday afternoon by a scorn of 1 1 to S.
Until teams halted hard and fielded
loosely In tho flrct part of tho game,
but got down nml played belter ball
In tho hist Inning. Cnstte, who start
ed to pitch llin gnino for tho soldiers,
was knocked out of tho box In tho
third Inning nnd was replaced by
Drown. Tho llnu-ups:
Tho learns and positions:
Kiiwalhaus S. Hoopll, c; C. Paaliihl
p, (capt ); M. Correa, lb; C. K. .Mar
farlane. 2b (mgr.); A. Akan.i, 3b; V.
Ayiiu, us; S. Aknmi, rf; Jlmmle, ef;
Infantry itliiglniul, c; Ilrown, p;
Horn, lit; lloyle, 2b; Cnioy. 3b; Cas
tle, sk; Haggard, if; .Murray, If;
! Huns by Innings:
I i 2 a i :. r, 7 k fl
I Infantry 0 o o I fi o 1 1 2 1 1
Kawaihaus ) 1 3 u 1 u 1 0 U S
it tt It
' The Mnlli'M have n strong lead for
' tho Soeker chainplnnshlp, iih will be
seen by thu following (able of M-orcs:
"s fi c 3 :?
s' j S f B
12 1 1.!
I). Heads 7 I 2 1 12 fi
Y. M. O. A 0 2 3 1 II U 3
l'unahou i; 2 I o 3 8 I
Inrtintry 1 E o in 2
j 'I he Sweet Home ha Be lull team de
feated the l'unahou baseball nine cn
I torilay afternoon at Maklkl ground
I by tho Bcoro of !i to 7 llntli iciiiux
I played good hall, and Matins at light
Held for tho Sweet Homes Hindu a
I beautiful running catch.
1 Tho score by Innings;
12 3 13 0 7 8 !l
S. Homes 3 2 0 0 1 0 li 3 0 'J
I'unahim 10 0 4 10 0 0 17
In tho second gnmo tho Young l.el
lehuiiH were to piny the M riles, but
us thu latter did not show up thu Y.
l.els took Ihu game,
Tho standing of the second seiles:
P. W. I. Pet.
Y. I.elhdliUiH .... 2 2 0 limii
H. HoiiioB ... 2 1 I 7r,u
Punahou 2 1 l T6u
Myrtles . . . 2 o z coo
"" swW m
If there Is not more Interest tnknii
In the soeker games by the players
themselves than there has been In tho
past there will bo n decided falling off
In attendance. This lack of Inteicst Is
(lhowti by the fact that In each of tho
games plaed Saturday there weio
two teams with a mnn short. This Is
not giving thu spectators n run for
In the first gntne tho Diamond Heads
won from the Y. M. C. A. by n score
of 31 Tho Y M. C. A. scored In tho
first half by n kick by Waterhouso but
weru unable to score again during the
game, while the second half proved to
be their Waterloo, tho Diamond Heads
M-orlng thiee times. The fealurcri of
the gnniu were tho playing of Fenian
rtcx and lleardmore Tho line-up:
Diamond Heads (lonl, Chilton,
barks, (Irime, i:. Desha; half backs.
0. Desha, V. Chillliigworth. .1. Andef
nnu; forwards, Williams, Fernando,
Woo, Hickman, Ham Chillliigworth.
Y. M. C. A. (lonl. Dickson; backs,
Turner, Stanley lleardmore; hall
backs, II. F. Ileal ilnioio, Zlegler, dill;
lorwnrds, Oss, Super. Churtoii, Wntcr
Iterereo J. W. Wuldron.
The second game wns very close
the Malles beating the Puns by n scoru
of l-o. There wero very few spectu
tors (o watch the gamo and a good ox
hlhlllou was missed though there
were substitutes In evidence. I.o On
Hid llclfcr put up gisKl games, as did
Super, who plnvcd for the Hist time
ihls season, ami without pnictlc.
Millies (Unit, Ilclscr; hacks, Ander
ron. Center; hnlf backs, It. Chilling
worth, Jainlesonj forwards. Gray. II.
Ilalley, Catteral, F. llalle, H. Kea.
Pilluihous (loal, I.o On; backs. So
per, Mucfconel; half backs, Davis, Mou
Yin, Pragnell; forwardr, Dodgo
Wlihlugton, It. Cnlton, Macnulay, J
Referee J. W. Waldrou
1 1 tASHEl
The Hamuil College Library has
jur.t dime Into possession of a mo!
valuable hct of books, a complete sit
of 033 numbers of the Spectator, pub
llrhed In the enrly part of the elgh
ti ent'i century It was thought that no
i omplcle set existed. Of tho first serler.
Hie Harvard, the liodlelau Library and
the llrltlsh Museum had lomptete sets,
but no complete llle of the second terlc h
Was supposed to exist.
It wan li chance that this rale set
was illsiovercd. II has In-longed to a
Mr. lenient ut Philadelphia, who had
turiiiil It over to Ilosenb'ich to be mid
ulong with n nilscnllniicoiiH (ollcctlon
ol liooks and pit Hires. It wns lUted at
V.'.no. Mr W. It. Castle, Instructor In
Kngllsh, mid (Hidden Osborne, the Har
vard football plajer, came across the
valuable (ollrctlou mid nt once called
attention to it. The $300 wns Immed
iately subsciibeil nnd rent to Phil
adelphia iiiid tho books dime to Cam
bridge The set Is very valuable mid
worth ,iiian limes the pi Ice paid for It
EASIERI. ol INSTALLS
Last Katiuilay cienliiK, I .call I Chnp
Icr, No, 2, Order Kastern Star, held a
meeting ut Masonic Temple for the
pin pose of Initiation mill also for the
liiMnllatloii of the new year's olllrcrs
IMwnril P. Ilrown, Past Patron,
senrd an Installing olllcer, and Mrs
II. II Williams. Past Matron, acted as
Maislinl. Tbe following Is the list ol
olnici'H Installed' ' Alho (1. Derrick
worthy matiu'i, Henry II. Williams
worthy p.ition; Clara M. Schmidt, iih
Miilale niation; Adelaide M. Webster
secrctarj : Aluella II. Ileedy, treasurer;
i'miiia A. Abies, conductress; Anna S
Wright, usKDcl.itu conductress; Nellie
.1. Stephens, Adah; Carrie II. Iltley
Itntli ; Nellie I) Crass, lCsthcr; May K
HeiuliigHr, Martha; I'.vn 11. Iteud,
."leitii; i:iva 1). livans, warder; J. 1).
Tucker, rentlnel; IMtia M. Potter, mar
shal; ('aniline W. Miller, chaplain:
Harriet ('. Kvans, orgunlst.
The iitlilng inntrou, .Mrs. IMward
('. Iliown, nml iho icllrlng patron, Hay
II. Hi ed, were ouch presented with a
beautiful Tlffnii) Jewel, mid Mrs. C. I'
HcriUk. Hie newly Instulled mill ron,
io(cIit a beautiful banner icpiesent
lug "Itiuli ami Niioinl."
A delleimui lianipict was served In
the Hichil hall aflei tho liihtallatlon
leiviuonles. .Merry-liuiklng and
speeclieH filled up the remainder of the
touuulttee eoiiBtstlug of Duma A.
Aides. Anna S. Wilght, Ada A. Sharp,
Jane I. .Mote, Chilli M. Schmidt
Joshua ) Tuckir and Ray II. Heedy
had charge or t lio decorutlous nnd ar
raiiBciiient , and tho result of their
labors wa "ratlfjlng to nil present.
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal noticed, call, for tendsie, Judy
myiti, building permits and real es
tate transactions, Evening Bulletin,
7?? pei month, Weekly Oullstln,
SI per year.
Take a Picture of
If you have h Kodak you
can preterve Interesting
glimpses of Baby's life from
year to year. Every month
Is an Important one In the
Baby's early history and you
will dearly treasure your baby
pictures when the little one Is
well on tho road to Grown-up
Swell patterns in latest
greys. We make them to
order at ready-to-wear
$22.50 to $30
Geo. A. Martin,
The Fischer Piano Is match
less In tone and unequalled
In finish and construction. A
piano that will give better
all-round satisfaction cannot
be found. We are now show
ing several styles and are
selling them for cash or on
the easy monthly payment
Hawaiian lews Go,
YOUNG BLDG. & MERCHANT ST.
FINE AND FAT.
CALL EARLY FOR THE BEST.
Tel. Main 109
All sizes; white and fancy colors;
priced from 50 cents up to $1.25.
C. K. CHOW,
COR. KING AND RIVER STREETS.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTI8TRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager,
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arllnjton blk.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Cvcry Kind Under,
taken. Telephone Blue 2181,
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE63ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET.
See Us for Novelty Advertising
Torrign and Local.
GEO E. LA MOIIT.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
The Christmas season la upon us
and no doubt you' are wondering what
to give your husband or v.lfe for a
Christmas Box. What about fixing up
that den or slttlng-room7 We havn
Ideas you can have them.
Signs of Christmas S 0 Signs.
Bishop Trust Co,,
Several acres In Manoa Valley. Beau
tiful site, overlooking Diamond Head
and the Ocean. $500.00 per acre.
A Fine Residence on Klnau Street.
Four Bedrooms. Large Lot. Servants'
Quarters, 4c $5,000.00.
Bishop Trust So..
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Masia
ehusetts, 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. i
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL BSTATE OR BUSI
NES3 NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Duslness of all
kinds sold quickly for cash in all
parts of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
;iu have to sell and give casli 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 lots In Manoa Valley, 1-2
sere each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Mike Wright Cigar
l The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEM TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
1 William T. Patyl
I CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEft
J ALAKEA STREET.
' AH classes of Building Work
1 promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2331
manufactured from pure distilled wa-
,ter. Delivered to any part of city by
m" ,CE ELECT,,,C C0"
Kewalo. Telephone P'if 3101.
, Phone MAIN 147
I Cleaning Co.
I . . COOKE Mafr
I (. P. Baldwin President
t. B. Castle Vies President
H, M. Alexander ..fltcond Vic Prtt.
I I. T. Pack Third Vies Prts.
' (. Wsterhuuse Treasurer
IE. E. Paxton Secretary
I N. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MuRCHANIS and
Hawaiian Commercial Cupar Ct.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company, t,
Hawaiian 6ugar Company,
Kahuku Plantation Comoany, tl
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Hsleckala Rrneh Somoany.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
Tne Ew.i Plantation Co. (
ftie Walalua Agricultural C.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pump.
The New England Llfo Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
iVm. 6, irwia & Co., M
WM. G. IRWIN. ..President and Mgr.
JNO. D. 8PRECKELS..1st Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vic. Pres.
H M. WHITNCV Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
COMMISSION AGLNTS 1
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugnr Retiring C, San Fran
Baldwin Locomotlv. Works, Phlla
Sewall Universal Mill Co. (Manufsc
turers of National Cent Shred
der), New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., 8 in
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 Sugr.r Co., Th Planter.
Lint of San Francisco Packets. Ctiss.
Brewer & Co.'s line of Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFFICER3:
C. M. Cocke, President: Georq.
Robertson, Vice President and Mana.
cr; E. F. Bishop, Treasurer and Bre
retary; F. W. Macfirlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jores, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Cit,
B. F. DILLINGHAM CO.
General Agent for Hawaii: ''
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Provldenco Washington Insurance Co.
Ith FLOOR, 8TANCENWALD BLDQ.
WM. 6. IRWUU CO., LTD.
AOENTS FOll TUB
Royal Insurance Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Alliance Assuraneo Co. of London,
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
I ,rlro Association of Phljsdcjpbla.
Alliance Insurance Corporation, Ltd.
I Wllhelma of Magdebutg General Insur
1 HONOLULU IRON WQfiKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
&lptlon made to order. Boiler work
.lid RsVCTED PIPEO for Irrigation
Diircojcn a specialty. Particular atten.
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair.
I txecuted at shortest notice.
P. 1. fiurnetfe,
Mtorney.at-Lw and Notary Public.
1 Real Estate, Loans. Collections.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
I "hones: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.1341.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
j TURITY CO., LTD.
; Real Cetat, Mortgage, Loans and In-
I office! MtilnfyYe Bldn... Honolulu, T.H.
P. O. BOX 2H5. PHONE MAIN 141.
I 938 FORT ST.