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EVENING miJ.I.ETIN, II0N0I.11t.tl T. H., MONDAY. JAN. 21. 1907.
Now You Need
A Lawn Mower
Lawns have grown rapidly after the coplout ralm. They need
trimming. We have the famout Penntylvanla Lawn Mower and
cheaper maket. One advantage of buying a lawn mower from lit li
that we have all the extra parte to replace any that may become
broken. We alo carry grate catchers, thearo for trimming edges,
hedge shears, garden trowels and weeders, etc.
E. 0. HALL &
COR. FORT AND
fo read the forecatt for 1907 may
Le difficult; but that the new year Is
L'olnu to be ane of prosperity we feel
There Is a sreat deal of Painting to
be done. Are you thlnklri) about It?
Call In and see uj, and we will be i
pleaded to give you an estimate.
Signs of 1907 S. S. Signs.
at Halelwa will do you a lot of good
If you feel run down and want to
build up. We have everything for your
comfort and enoyment. If the weath
er I? not clea- you have comfortable
verandas for resting and cozy parlors
if It Is your preference to remain In
doors. The billiard room It alto con
St. Clair Bidgood,
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try it.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
Benny & Company,
SEWINO MACHINES and BUYERS
K66 and 1268 FORT ST.
PHONE MAIN 488.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. 8., Manager.
HOTEL 8T. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
Phone MAIN J47
941 NUUANU ST.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
14 FORT STREET.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dialers In Lumber 2nd Co;-f
ALLEN d 10BINSON,
queen st., :: :: ;: t; Honolulu,
The selling of extra fine
meats Is not an experi
ment with uc.
Many of our pations
have tested our meats for
years and always found
the quality true.
This is especially dell
clous. Try It today.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO,
PHONE MAIN 251
AND OTIIKU PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
1S HOTEL STItRBT.
PiMint! Mulll 218.
Don't take colD
leave it for the man who
hat not provided himself
with a bottle of Anti
Grip tablett. Thete are
made from a prescription
of a Honolulu physician
and it Is In no sense a
These tablets are the
only positive cure for the
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Fine, Fresh Family
Tel. Main 109
V Fine Job Prlnllna at-the Bul
letin Offlci. '
I SPORTS 1
Additional Sporting Newt on Page 7.
DAN RENEAR. IS MAKING
TilKSOS GO AMONG
Thero Is no disputing lliu fnct that
I lliu University of I'eniiujlvnnla la turn
Iiir out splendid HWlmmerH nml Ih In
a fnlr way to win the Intercolleginto
clinin)lutislil) again, an she has for
lliu past two yearx, says the New
York World. It is a record earned by
conscientious work nml ndliercncu to
ono system miulu li' Oeorgu Klstlcr,
who wcut to Philadelphia In 1897 tu
lencli tlio young Qunkerx how to pad
.lie. Hut bufoiu Klstler's nrrlvnl there n
clause hud beun Inserted governing
the welfare of tlio four thousand I'enn
uylvuula students, requiring euch one
nnlusM physically unfit, to lie able to
mvlin before tie could lie graduated,
itiid the carrying nut of this rule Is
but mi Incident In the Interesting III
lory of swimming at the Philadelphia
luuicr iiiii in nogiu wiin raw iu
I tnilin, but two yearn from tliu llmo
I he took hold Pennsylvania had become
I j recognized power In college hwIiii
I niliiK- In 1104 the present xol In tin
new gyiiiunslum wa; opened. It wai.
me of (lie bixt tanks In the country,
100 feet Ioiik and Co feet wide, with u
cpth or 8 root 0 Inchex at one end
and 4 feet nt the other. It 'Ih built
ii eiuinic'lleil (irlcK, which does not
corrode, px does inahle.
Since (ieorgu Klstler litis had thu
iiie of the nuw pool In which to trujti
ids men, I'diuxjlvniild lias hud things
iery iiiucli tier own way. Starting oft
In Mai ell, 1905, thu Intcrcollcglutes
were taken, nml In the meet taut spring
iv.niixylvnnin won the trophy only
through n terhulcallly, ax Coliimhtu
lied her In the number of imlntH, hut
the rules of thu association In rune of
n tie give the tiophy and title to the
team (hat previously held It.
All last winter Poiinsylvanlu'x rep
cscutatlvox kept taking honors after
honors. In Apt II tlio Middle Stales
I'hamplonxhlp fell to her lot after a
hard strugglo In thu home tank, Dan
Itenear, thu Hawaiian, winning the SO
mil l(Kl-ard championships, and K.
llopkluron Jr.. the captain of thu pre
Hit team, the 300 and000-yard title.
In tliu dual meet with Columbia last
March Columbia had to bo xutlsllec
with thu water polo championship.
Tills year Pennsylvania lias one of
tliu best teams In her history, Hop
klusun is one of thu best long distance
EwlniiiiurH In thu collego today, and
Itenear, who is perhaps the best built
man In college, Is onu of the best fan
cy divers and fastest short distance
men In tliu country.
A new man who Ik attracting con
tldcruble lnteiest Ix Hunter, an Atis
Indian, and u graduate of thu Unlver
xlty of Victoria. Hunter has shown
good speed ax a short distance man
mid Is probably as versatile an athlete
as one eer had a chance to see. He
has an authentic record of 9 4-5 sec
onds for the 100-)ard dash, Ix a good
broad Jumper and was a star member
of tliu English Itugby football team ut
Pennsylvania this fall, which mudu a
This fall the swimmers have been
very active, the most noteworthy tier-
formunce being that of Itenear, who
wbn a 100-yurd special race from 1. U,
Crane, tliu N. Y. A. C. crack, in the
I'enn tank III the fast tilriu or 1 min
ute 3 2-5 seconds. Ilryant, who holds
thu Intercollegiate lecoid for tliu long
distance plunge, lias also equalled his
mark of 63 feet.
8 8 8
PLANS' Ti) BE COMPLETE
FOR NATIONAL RIFLE
The annual meeting of tho National
Hoard for thu Promotion of Hllle
Practice, which will tako placo In
Washington on Jan. 27, promises to be
an ovent of unusual interest. Two of
tno Important questions to como up
then are the time and place for the
national match and tho weapon that
t.liull be used In the national team and
The mllltla has not yet been armed
with tho new rifle, the model of 1U03,
as It Ix known, but arrangements are
regressing to that end, and It Is bo
Moved that by the time spring range
practice sets in the militia will hare
laid aside the Krag for the now Spring
The army has hud tho new Spring
field for Komu time, and It wus pre
NEW - TO-DAY
I hereby notify the piddle that I will
hot lie responsible for debts contracted
In my nanio without my written order.
Honolulu. Jan. 21, 1907.
SJUWt TIIOS. KOIIHKST.
Beautiful Loulu and Lauhala Hatt.
Fant, Baskets, Matt, Bratset, Teco
HAWAII & SOUTH SEA3 CURIO CO.
Alexander Young Building.
pared to ubu it lit lliu national iiialchcH
last year, but was compelled to usu tho
Krng bemuse the mllllln hud nothing
Tho prime object of tho national
matches Ix to enable the regular and
the citizen soldiery to meet on equal
footing and under uniform condition.
As the National (luard will not get the
new rifle until spring, there may bo
some question ax tu whether the mill
tin will be able lo 'secure n satisfac
tory amount of practice before the na
tional match. It Ix thought, however,
that this objection, It thero ix any,
enn be overcome, and It Ix highly pro
bable that the new Springfield will bo
While tho place of holding the next
match will be discussed, It will doubt
liss be referreil lo a committee. Kort
niley, Kan., Sea dirt, N, J., and Ohio
will bo considered, Then? Ix almost
unanimous disposition to move tho
national match from place to place,
both to give the marksmen variety and
becnuso wherever It Ix held Interest In
rifle shooting Is greatly stimulated.
Some of those interested believe Con
gress should establish a national rlftu
range near Washington for the match
es, something on tho order of thu llrlt
Isli range nt Illslcy, where thousand.!
of marksmen gather for tho llrltlsli
rational matches. Thix proposition Ik
still in embryo, but tnuy be seriously
considered some day.
Another question likely to ho con-
tldered by Iho National Hoard Ix tho
advisability of continuing tho largo
money prizes In thu national Individual
match. .Military rllle shooting Is such
, comparatively new xport that what
would be considered an ordinary prlzu
abroad t.ecuih tremendously largo here. I
The United States Ix fitr fioui being u
I atlon of marksmen, especially with
guns that kill nt a mile or ho. In Kng-
IiiiiiI the King's prize nniounts to fl,
1G0, and In other countries there ure
even richer prizes.. Last summer
tomu patriotic gentlemen niadu up a
purse of $2,040, which wax added to
the prizes piovldcd by Congress and
biought the first pilze up to J 1,000.
Thero Ix a guuralilca of tho samo
amount of added money for several
ears, by which time It Ix exacted
Congress will make some provision for
prizes suitable to Ihe'growth of Intel
est In practice
Onu of the wnx in which the Svvlss
sustain Interest In rllle practice Ih by
eruilttlug any citizen to shout :i
match on any Sunday. Ho pays so
much down, about live francs. If ho
makes u minimum scorn he gels Ills
money back, and from then on tho
prize money Increases until ho cuti
win 100 francs by making a complete
i core. That means quite n bit to a
SwIsb, ami they keep up their, practice,
Tho Guv eminent makes goud thu dlf
ferince between thu entry fee und, the
I'lliUD, '. ' I
. ni.n.tlnH tl.nl I. n a iivy.ll. kit a.tnt.k 1 11 '
teiest Ix tho possibility of a change
being made In thu ammunition used
In the matches. Some claim that mil
itary ammunition manufactured by
rli,if,. ttinlr.tru Iu uiitwirlfll In Hint
turned out nt Government arsenals,
Others maintain that hiind-nindu car
tridges are superior to muchlmwuuilo
whMhor of Government or private
manufacture. New York World.
TAX Ml MT
Accuullr.g to a decision of thu Su
premo Court which was handed down I
this morning, In refeience to thu 111-'
,'ome tux law, the Income of certulu
.ilantutlon corporations for the peiiod
cctwecn July 1, 1905. and January l.i
1000, Is hold tu have been thu dlffereiaui
,)utween thu gross amount of the mov
able property during that period less
tho amount expended In the production
of thu same.
Thu decision comes In re the assess
ment of tuxes, Ijuipahoehoe Sugary
Company, Union Mill Company and
Hatnakua Mill Company. The matter
was all appeal from tin Tax Appeal
Com t. Klrst tax division. The Su
preme Court nfllims the decision of thu
.oner court Iu each ciso,
Thu tax appeal court icfused to sus
tain the utsessments of the tax asses
sor of the Income of tho plantation cor
porations named for the taxation per
iod above mentioned. The taxpuvcM
claimed that their gross Income for thu
dx months was the difference between
the gross amount of all sales ot their
movable property (mainly sugar) dur
ing that period less thu amount e
pended In tin production of thu same,
and made their returns accordingly,
while the tax assessor claimed that
the!,' Income was the gross amount o!
all uales of movable property dining
(ho period less the amount ot tludr ac
tual operating and business expenses
lor that period.
The tax appeal uiurt took the vluv;
of the taxpayers, und the Supreme
Court by Its decision today sustains
(he tux appeal lourt.
Mrs. Hodgson, teacher of piano, or
gan and singing, for tho better conve
nience of her many pupils has remov
ed hur studio from Vlnoyard Btreot to
Hcrotanln street, No. 270, nearly oppo
site Central Union Church. Inter
views from 3 to C, Saturdays excepted.
It. W. Sweet of thu lluirell Con
struction Co., who left' this city on thu
Mojiiu, writes that hu became thu hap
py father of a. sou ut his homo In Se
attle on Dec. 20.
The Weekly Edition ot tne Evening
Bulletin giver a complete summary ot
the news ot tke di, For 81 a yw.
. fciUH SSfcwyfc. i j i Jlm Wmtkn tui,AMjljf-
A PRETTY ARRAY OF NEW
in short and long sleeves, made of nice quality LAWNS, BATISTES,
RANGING IN PRICE FROM $1.50'JP
A new assortment of Ladles' and Mines' come In high and low neck
Fop January Now In
Serial Story No. 2
The dretty negligee shirts worn by
the men In this climate are very diffi
cult to launder.
We have a machine for the ironing
of pleated botom and negligee thlrts
that turns out work that It better than
hand ironlngcould pottlbly be.
The pleats lie down smooth, the
chlrt front Is Just stiff enough to keep
It from muttlno eatlly, and the finish
I Is perfect.
Hartman Steam LaunJry
PHONE MAIN 4B4.
a ? '"Walklkl Beach
HERTSCHE... .General Managei
LUKE ROGERS 'back again from
Maul, clipping hortet at the old stand,
corner Punchbowl and King 8treett.
If you want the bett you mutt come
We are now thowlnn our ADVANCE
Styles for Spring 1907
AND INVITE YOUR INSPECTION.
Our cutting It faultlets. We employ only skilled white labor.
FOR ONE WEIK WE HAVE CUT THE PRICE OF OUR
$30.00 AND $35.00 SUITS TO
Come and tee our window display.
L. B, KERR &
AT SPECIAL PniCES.
They came fresh on the
Alameda. The stock It
big but the low prlcet will
tell. It quickly.
Bonbons and Chocotatet
Chocolate Attorted Nutt
Ice Cream Drops
Vanilla Sweet Chocolate
22 TELEPHONES 22
For Over 60 Years
hot tieen ot4 I lor .oyer bixtv
ykaks or tiiLkiuns oi notnr
lNO,wltli prf tct tncoM. IT
booniBs the child, sotrr&Ka
th OUM8. ALLAYS all win,
tettremedr for DIAKRHUIA. Sold
ty DrugiUU ia every part ot tl
world. If sura und oA lor 111
Wlnilow't Soothing-8rrapand takv
no other kind. 3 uatt Bottl.
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKINQ CO.,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. SILVA MANAGER
PHONE BLUE 1871.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK8.
Weeklv Bulletin St per v.
to ALAKEA STREET.
ON SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 1907,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
nt my salesroom, 857 Knahumanu St.,
I will sell at public miction
A VALUABLE TRACT OF
Pituated at I'UUNUI, nt thu head of
I.II.IIIA and WYI.I.H3 STHKETS. and
containing an men of 177,200 square
fiot, luoio or letx.
The properly has n frontage of 20
fiel on the road und u depth of from
-12 feet to XCi feet.
further parllculurn nt my olllco.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1907,
12 O'CLOCK NOON, ,
At my salesroom, 857 Kaiihumauu St.,
TWO I.AHGU LOTS ON WAIKIKI
ONi: LAHtlR LOT ON WAIKIKI
HOAI); nearly opposltu Snuiiy South:
n little Walklkl or Jus. lloyd'x reel-
TWO I.AItaiJ LOTS IN IlKAK OP
ONi: I.AIH1I: QUAHIIY AT KAI.IIII.
ONR I.AHGIJ LOT CORNEIl OK
AlOKAUKA AND KINO STIlERTS,
I.KA8C of onu I.AUGB LOT. WAI
KIKI, with some buildings thereon,
near residence of Mr. I), llovvettx; 11
years to run. Heat )i; per annum.
Tor particulars apply
JA8. F. MOROAW,
UNDER THE AUSPICE8 OF THE
Scottish Thistle Club
Corner Hotel and Bethel Stt.
Jan. 25, Ml
To be had from any of the membert.
alto at Wall, Nlcholt Co.
WE WOULD A8K YOU TO
.. IN8PECTTHE FINEST
EVER 8HOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foit and King Stx.
PHONE MAIN J3J
EXPERT MANICURING for 'tidies
and gentlemen. Scalp treatment
and facial manage, at
MRS. DORIS E. PARIS' PARLORS,
1156 FORT 8T. oppotlte CONVENT.
jaf-MFor Rent" cards on sals at
the Bulletin offlct.