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.V',,'fCH'2!?-'frV'.--i,V-rV f&TZJ T5!'?Z,?i,&-iJf'?Z flS U--i?
Itlxll clans dogs arc lielng brought
Into tills Territory oni- after another,
thlolly us the result of the ))B Show
which wiJt held lecently. Two pure
bred Ayrcsilaln terriers, thu only ones
il,lnl, ...... ii.i flu. lutn.ulu nu fin flU ,'!! II '
nmvn uiiiiiii .. ,n,..,.i,D, u ,... .... 1
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i,u iijuiiu iiui, wuiu miii-ii icu iii'ui "
mainland ii few weeks ago by a hut
of )outig men who like to encourage
thfi hreedhiK of high class dogs. At
Hie Mime time a thoroughbred gre)-
hoitiul was ImjHjrleil us a lady's pet.
OorRn Fuller und (I. )'. Wntcrhoiis'i
are snld to bu ineinriors of the hul
which hiotight In Ihehe lino sped
iiieiin. The Isenberg's on Kiiunt linvn also
Imported Homo Hue blood In the dog
line, their specialty belliH dnchuuiuU
Hy u recent Btenmer two line animals
of opposite sex nrrhed for them us
Well us a hauilroiuu (Ireat Dane. All
(hose animals will mnko their appear
unco In the dog show next year.
There are already a number of line,
specimens of the cocker hpanlel breed
In this illy hut they have been In
creased recently by an addition to tli'i
stock of the Kullht Kennel, on lied by
Messrs, Kellcy und K.miii This addl
lion nuiHlslrt of two Hue cocker span
Ids, red In coloi, which havu Is-eu
brought down fiiini I he Co.isl Ualh
aiilnials am pedlgieed und leglslered
with the Aliieilc.iu Kennel Club, und
will muke u ktroiig sliowlut: when the
next dog show U licjd.
Tlin Hawaiian Swimming Cluh.wlll
hold a prui'tlcu night ihls evening at
tile Hatha to reu.irH for ladles night,
which tukes place Saturday evening.
M W B
Ujs Angeles, Jan. J. A. (I. Dunluii, a
nori.ii owner of Seattle, has l.ned Wells,
Kurgov& Co. (or Jll.UCl.DOas damages
kntliu,de.itli ot two of his horses uiul
alleged Injury to two olheis. Suit win
hist tiled In thu Superior Court of this
county, but un uppllcatloit for removal
to thu United Stales lllstifct Court wus
Duiilup ullegett that hu shipped live
l.urses fium Seattle to Uis Angeles. Hu
cluliiiu tlmt the car furnished by thu
company wuj defective; thai during a
tin in the aulmals were drenched with
rnln, und thuti the cur stood on a sld
I UK for (orty-ulght hours. Hu clalnii
iliut fium thu effects of Ihls exposing
i wo vuhuUlu horses, Cutberino C and
Jiuodninlcdlcd. lib njaeed their value
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Urn Angeles, Jan. 3. With the ctos
of tlie pivfrcitt Htuton 'of 'nulim ut AS'
cot I'.ult the lust iluys of the truck air
iiuiiibered. The doom was proiiouiuedl
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when the City Council agreed to per
llllt the lontlutluMoil of thu meet III
letiiru for the prupitse of the Jockey
Club lo icusu'ultuinpilug lo tie up thu
leieut annexation ' or a slxteen-mllo
stilp to the Sun l'i'dio harbor front-In
Attorney Sum Hnsklns, for thu club,
declines that all thu buildings will he
iiized, Hie grandstand, tin 11 down, mid
It Is probable that the track will hu
ml Into building sites, for jvhlch It Is
well located .mil valuable, id, II Is now
Inside the clly limits.
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1'eople who urn uciiiululcd with .loo
Choyiiski will bu glad lo learn that
lliu found' California, light heavy
weight has been selected us boxing In
Lt rni lor for thu new Illinois Athletic,
Club of Chliugo. Thu clubhoiihu Is lo
he opened In thu coming spring, and
Joe will thuiLUSSiiliiu Ills duties. Theie
uciu iiiimeious upplliunlu for thu po
sition, but Choynskl was deemed the
iiujst available und- desirable. Hu Is
oxtitmely clever and Is accustomed Id
lliu sort of association the new posi
tion lli 11 1 res. Although .loo Is u ,lu
live sou, he has lived for some je.us
ul 1-a Uiuuge, 111, Choynskl wits al
ways one of thu tulsllts of thu ling, be
ing too big for thu. middles and loo
small for thu heavyw eights. At that,
he has fought lotnu o the best men o(
lliu duy and bus Hindu 11 ciedltuhlrt
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Thomas Longboat, tin Indian long'
distance limner fiom Canada, bus Is
uued u sweeping ihulleugu lo meet
Aiueilca'H fastest men, lie ptefers 11
I'ucij with Nfchllch of thu Nuw Y01I1
Athletic club or liuiihiig of thu Irlsu
Aliieiluiu club. He Is willing, however
lo turn profvbslounl und muke 11 match
Allliougli only 19 jears old, Ixiug
boat Is the fastest ruiiucr over a dis
tance of gioiind In Canada, Ho has
only competed In tlireu uvents hi Ills
lift, hut thu wily In which hu won all
of thesu stamps 1) I in as u marvel of cu
durance. A Week iiro, while thu Kroilllil wub
covered with n foot of snow, lie wun
thu Herald cup ut llalullton, Oat., and
rt,i.,uB,ct u new world's record for
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ihii nines, in- run iiiu uisiuucc in
a, - .. . . . .. ...
54; CO, lowering the mark held by l'.l
wood Hughes by nearly three minutes,
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New York, Jun. C According to Ilia
London lurri-sjioudeiil of the Herald
Doherty brothers, thu cruik i:ugllsh
tenuis players, have pruillciilly decid
ed not to participate lu the Inlerliutlou-
al matchrs for the Davis cup next
milliner, and It M possible that their
unlv nubile, unircuraiice nejt scasou
will lxi In Dm doubles at Wimbledon,
to endeavor to regain the Kiigllsh
(hampinnshlp from H. S. Snilth and K,
While no dellnlte reason Is given
for their letliemeiit, It Is understood
that this Is iluu puitly to the recent
eoutioversy over professloimllsui which
has led to such drastic: changes in thu
personnel of thu council, and partly to
u feeling that there Is a period of too
strenuous llrst-cluss mutches to pl.iy.
If thu Dohertyu curry out their Inten
tion, the outlook for Knglaud 111 the
Dals cup mutches Is nuno too pioin-
Islug, because Die llrllish plajeni runn
ing next to I hem, (ioie, Itisley mid
Smith, an- hot very 50111m. If the
United States sends over her bent team,
bhe should stand 1111 excellent chance
of regiilulug the cup, though the Alii-
trnlluu contingent will be hard fo beat
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Thu Unltcrsity of Washington at
Seattle, has ordered an clght-oar row
lug shell from thu Kast. The big shell
will an he In thu near future, and the
first races 011 thu I'ticKlc Coast hi
whli h "eights" hae competed will
tnku lilnen on Ijike WaHlilngtuii next
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Tom Sharkey put his hand Into lilu
IHickyt u day or two ago ami drew out
I1UQ, which hu pmmptly liuuded over
to thu Tcriy, .Mttloveril benellt fund.
Tom may take cigars out of his pocket
to treat, und hu may do a' few of the
other funny economical stunts el edited
to him, but whin It lomes down to a
enl test of geneioslty In a good enmv
lie Is iilwavK on tho spot. Nut lung ago
it ragged fellow drifted lulu HluuUej's
und Introduced himself to thn sulUr.
'"Tom," hu suld, "don't you rcmemlKi'
me? I'm tlui fellow you Ucked ut Vul-
lejo In your drst light ashore. I'm sick,
and I'm down and out, I want to go
ii 1 . . .
Sunrkey gave thmnian a ticket to
California anil, .money enough for hl.
nieuls on the lily, with u. few iliilliiRi
I thrown in fur enod Iik-U llni. ii.la
T" --..., -... -
wum't u funny tulu und it wasn't iu
pealed up and down the Hue,- Set
it it tt
Just lo show what Held there Is for
automobiles, thu American Motor Cur
Association has Just, Issued somu of
lliu lecurds of thu Census of Manufuc
Hirers for l'JO.. which show (hat dining
Hint )eur UO0O currhigM and wagon
builders iu this country turned out
1,700,000 horse-drawn vehicles, valued
at $'j7,OOU,ooo. Kninlly nnd pleasmo
can luges numbered U10.000, 11h1ed at
$.7,000,000, whllu business und farm
wngous wee made lu thu uiimbur of
011,000, worth $117,000,000. Them wur.
127,000 sleighs made.
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Whllu the Detrolts weie in lloston
this Hiiiiiiuer Coiighllu found a visit
lug lurd, om 11 thu piopeily of Mrs.
Jack (i)trdnu, owner of Hie famous
palate In ilubtown. Ull had It care
fully cleaned uud sent up tu Hcliuufer'K
room by lliu bellboy. The Dutchman
read ,lt over and was still pondering
when lllll tame lu.
"She's Just heard of you and wants
tu sea )ou," explained Hill. "I suw
her down lu the corridor walling.
Funny people, thesie rich ones; you can
never tell what they will do." Schucr
rr Ktuilgtileiied his necktie and dashed
downstairs. He suw 11 woman sitting
ulone, uppaieutly wultlug for somu 01111.
Au she was' the onl one mound, Her
man HiipiHiscd It was Mrs. Gardner. He
l.tepped towutd her, gave Unit famous
effulgent smile and doited his bat.
"Sir," deiuuiiiltd the woman, gluj
ing. "huiaer- uud a hard tlnui ex-
lilaluiiig that hu hud uiiidu u mlstuku.
Hu 1 culled hu had gone up ugulusl a
iheaii Joke, but wauled leveugu. Tim
next day he sprung It 011 "Matty" Me-
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1'or thn first time since lluu Johnson
decided to Invade thu metropolis, the
New York Club of the American
Lcngue Is ori Easy stl'eet,vWhen Fur
lei received tho fnmchlse In 1903 lie
ppent $125,000 In Axing up the present
honiu of the Americans. In liiul, utter
breaking even on expenses only during
Die preceding suason, the club made a
few thousand dollars, while In lilOu the
profits were about $28,000, exclusive of
the leiclpts, of football. Hut during
last season the public Iwgan to nppiu
clutu American iAngnq luill inoru than
ever before, with ho result that tlueu
limes us many persons suw thu tit lf-
litli team pluy lu this city as uttended
lu 1905, while the putrouugu on thu
mad was Immense. As 11 natural re
sult, Kurrell was able to figure up ubout
190,000 after all exw-nses bad been
puld, which placed the club 011 velvet
In anticipation of a motic) -making
campaign In l'J07. Knrrull Is well sat
Ihlled with Ills buwball liiVeKtlueiit and
"Is determined lo give to iiietiiixilllut!
luus the best return isissllde for Ihelr
patronage. New York Sun
Of the team of worlil-fuiiioiis ntliletej
(hut rcpiesenkd America at the
OI.MiipIc games at Athens last Apill.
more than a dozen haw retired from
ailhe partlcliiatlon lu sinl, and there
ure n few more who oimht lo.
The surprising feature uf this whole
sale retirement is that the men who
Were on the team were thu best men
111 their respective events lu the -ouli-try.
and were huuixim-iI to lie libit1 to
defend their tltlea for )iars to come.
Of the K)lnt winners, at Athens, those
who urn now out are M)er l'rliiKteiu,
winner of thu broad Jump; Jim Light
bod), winner of the K,00 meters and
second man In thu SOO-melers run; Hob
l.enltt, winner of Hie hurdle race; Ta)
Moiiltnu, second In the loo-iueters
dash; Hugo Friend, second In the
Cover, Kerriguii,, Schick, Valentine.
Sulllwiii, Mitchell mill. Qv roiiM- uiu
thu other mumbers of tue team who
urn now resting 011 the sldu Hues, uuc
although one or two of these men may
ttciasloiiully Im- seen In 11 couiiietltlo.i,
they can hardly bu classed as uthletis
111 tliillllliv v
.IllK-DlcU-HlmUlou.-llikl cholcu In ll.u
weights fur the' 6l)iup!c. trip, liii-
lioiinceU his letlreiuullt the day before
thu team sailed, und will never again
hu .caught throwing thu big weights
nround'tliu lot. aV
M)er l'rlnsteln ha been forced .to
iiille Irafnlng 011 accoiinP'fif a rnptdl)
iuiriaulug law busfuess, and can well
afford to rest 011 thu Iniirebi be bus
gathered lu lliu dozen )ems that hu
has been lu the public )c.
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More rcpoits me coining from New
Haven relative to 11 bleak in dual ath
letic contests with Hurvurd. Yale W
nut ut all pleased with thu annual
squabbles they hate with the Crimson,
mil (he quest Ion of 11 renewal of ath
letics wilt be discussed by the faculty,
thu athletic, ottlclah und the under
graduates in the lonilng month. It
will hu dellnlteb known Febniar) V
whether such u move wll be mudu b
either Institution, us tlmt Is the day
thu two-) ear ngieemeut Is made., T,liu
only dual event arranged Is thu spring
baseball gullies. The dual truck meet
was set down Im .May 11, but there
hus been a hitch lu this, und the dulu
Ir. withheld for the present. Thu till'
luiul bout race has not yet been nr
lunged, and the conference wllj not
bu held until March iu thu meantime
the break may (nine, und If It does II
Hill uo occasion u-ry great surpiUt.
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Despite Couch Courtney's declaration
last spring that Cornell would lievei
low on. the Charles lllver again, be
cause of excursion bouts. It Is prob
able that thu llhacius wilt row llur
,vuiU tlieie. Cornell wauls to meet
,llurvard and would llku lo hiivii thu
Cilnibiin eight Joiiiuey to Ithaca, hut
this Harvard lefusen to do.
While the heads of Cornell rowing
will say nothing about the prospects
fori a nice. It Is well known that thn
ifhiiliMis between thu two iinlversllli-i;
weie never friendlier than they ure ut
i'rlor to two )eaiu ago thu Cornell
und' lliiivuul second iruws alternated
httlwtwn thu Chillies Itiver mid Cayuga
l-uke In their lines, hut In lUOu the
C'oimill 'Varslly went to lloston lo
low. IjisI spring Coinell.welil uguiti,
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The Nuval Academy track Irain has
arranged dual meets with I'llmetou
und Carlisle for the spriiig, lliu same
to he held In thu latter ji,nt of April
iir thu til Ht of May Previously tho
Middies luive never competed, In this
oriiiicii 01 sKirt wun any or thu lead
ing universities. Thu Middles also
played their Hist game of basketball
III the new armory Saturday night.
Two Academy teams weiu the lontw.t
bills tt U tt
Olio uf Hie best still les heard ut thu
lecunt American l-eugiiu meeting In
Chicago wns told by (lentral Tuylor,
of lloston, while hu was pieslillug at
Loiulske)'u peaco biimpiet. (iencrnl
Vaylor simku of th;i great fight Im
tweeii Now York ami Illusion for thu
peniiaut iu,l8U uiul of Ills owii'offer,
as editor of the llosiou Ulobe, or 1 1 toil
In gold to the team representing thu
Hub It tt won thu pennant.
"New York won the ling," said tlcli
oral Ta) lor, "hut the Iloitou pla)crs
had made such a plucky fight that I
gave them the $1000 anyway and also a
little spread The money nil In gold--mis
ilhlded Into 10 eipinl parts ami
put iu little hags placed ut the plutes
of the players. Mike Kellcy sat at my
right. He hud denied himself frivolity
for weeks, und hud worked with might
and main to bring the M-titiutil to Hus
ton, I can see him now us he llftnl
Ms bag of gold with one hiind und Ills
glass of wine with the other
"'Ah, ho)s,' lie said, us he rained
his glass, 'Old Kel Is back among thu
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Cambridge won the tweuly-seveiitli
annual cross-country run from Oxford
by one point. IMwaidii, of thu wluulii;;
team, broke the old reconl of 12 min
utes 17 4-fi seconds fol I lie course, go
ing It iu 41 lillliules G" seconds.
Ijjndon, Jan. 2. The. Times today
contains a sensational dispatch from
lis Sail l'run Isiti. corre8Kindeut in
which he usseits that thu Japiinas-j
r.ltmtU. 1 Is po lerloun that II may de
velop a war with Ja; an, unless Call
loiul.i adopts I'lciddelil ' Itisisevelt'S
plan uud ugie s lo amelluralu thu ion-
llli'ius whleii end to exllrikltu thu
Japa n'ii lie lom-rtpoudt'iil su)s:
"lh.il there will Is- war between
lliu United States uud Japan within
Ihe )cars, and that, n-rhups, war will
I'oiue Inside, of 11 few months, is the
liieiudliubh- opinion uf lliu uveruyi
Cullfiirnlaii. He hus mudu up his mind.
I to hus ci.'inO to the conclusion that
Japan desires thu Philippines uud Ha
waii, and that only her unsatisfactory
lliiuucl-il position prevents her from
vlilklug an Immediate blow. When sh
Is leady, hu su)s, Japan will llml sumo
pretext for war and lu thu meantime
she has entered on a campaign lo Keep
her people iu 11 state of mind hostile
towards thu United States."
The Japunesa (lovrrnment has
bought vust quantities 'of-cordite In
1 melon, which are being shipped to
Jupuu as rapidly as the manufacturer.)
can make deliveries. The puichuse ot
rucli largo itWiilltles of war explo
sites Is being kept seiret, while sec
recy also shioiids the loading of two
seanishlps, each with 20,000 pounds
of conllte, which have already sullul
for Japan. Tho loading of another
olcuiner is iiipniachliig lompletlon,
nniiu oilier snips are lo bu loaded uud
i.lsputclied as soon us the coidlle inn
fllurhruorelli, tliuiigli her profound
toiileiiipt for uiuu tu every lisped re
mullis uiidlininlshe'd, does not bclluvu
lu woman suffrage. Shu clulius that
blui uiu now direct fifty men's votes
In election in any wuy she chooses, but
she says( that thai power would bu
teUo)cd if she hud 11 vote of her
"If," she said, "iwuiiuii has thu lint
uiul herllugu of her sex, thu in)stlo
power lo persuade, cnlhinll ami sub
Jilgatu man, she bus no need to come
duuti fiom her thioiiu to mliiglo in any
nay with his imlltlcul fras."
She ucores woman remorselessly for
allowing liiii'Milf 10 hu given awti) in
"There," shu sajs, "mull sees W01111111
us (hu fool lauipuiit. Shu Is depleted
as seml-buld, holding hu wig In one
huiid, ready to put It on, Shu is show 11
in 11 half niidu state, very thin, uud
bcrugg), but again iiiibliiuhlngly hold
ing artificially molded plump portions
or her Iskly, which nutiiru, failed to
uupply, lu.ruudiiiess tu fasten over thu
hollow places. She Is exhibited plain
I) us u gamble uud swindle.
"l)o women Imagine that men never
look nt thu papers? Never perceive
the bold, prominent, challenge of these
degraded advertisements which Iu
struct them us to what a painted.
powdered, padded, d)ed, fllzzed. shame
less denture. 11 woman may be, ami
"A casual study of our modern
Mines' pictorials will com line thu
most optimistic masculine supporter of
somen's rights that a mujoiity or thu
(ulr sex nrei not us )el uny way lltled
for thu franchise."
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly 'Edition, gives a
concise ana comcUts resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tender, Judg
ments, bujjdlng permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75t PC month. Weekly Bulltln,
Ml per vaai-.
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The Little Ads wifhthe Big Results
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Second-bund typewriter, lu good or
der; cheap for cash, slate prlco ami
make. Address "f M.," llulletln
Kin nlslied house or collage In good
neighborhood. Address "I ," Ilullo-
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rurnlslieil cottage' In good locality. Ad
dtess "X.," llulletln. SVjMw
KiMinis slnglu or en suite. Terms easy
(lood iicconimodatlouH, Just thu
plucu for saving, money to small
wuge-earners. Come uud try. Thu
New lira Hotel. l"orl SL bet. Vine
ard and School His. 35HMI
Cottage tu let on lleietanla St. Tlnee
bedruoma and all modern convent
elites. Just newly painted liisldu
and out. Kent cheap. Apply ut of.
flco uf Kaplolanl l'.stntc. 3510 If
Small furnished cottage und nicely 'nr
lilshed rooms at Hnalelea l.awn, cor.
Richards and Hotel Sts.
Cool, inosqlilloproof roouia; nlsn
rooms fiirnlsheil for lions, keeping.
Alal.ea House, 1077 Alul.ea St,
rurnlslieil housekeeping looms. Ihi
quire No. S Cottugo drove. 3GS0 tf
Cottages In Chrlitly Lane. Apply
Woug Kwal, smith SL. maulta liotci.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Km
taa St.: rent rcasonablo , 3401-tt
Newly furnished mosquito prool rooms
at X4 Vineyard St. 3728-ti
Fins Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, Or
gan and Singing, uegs to gho uotiuu
tlmt fur thu better convenience of
her many pupils, shu has removed
her Studio from Vlueynid St. to Her
climla St., No. 70, nearly opp. C'Jn
1 1 ul Union Church. Interviews from
3 to a, Saturdays excepted.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should bo left at the Ha
waiian News Co., Young bldg. Phone
294 or Cottago No. 1. llaulelea Lawu.
Guitar lessons olveh. Terms moder
ate. Apply ISO King St., opposlto
Young Hotel. 3S00-U
For a nice, smooth ehsve call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Koit BL
Ye Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith
Smith St., bet. Hotel ami l'uualil.
You, had' better start the
New Year right In your office '(
with the use of a Loose Leaf ft
Ledger outfit. .We have every -J
thing. .CASES for .orlglnrl !'
reocrds, all forms, and trans- If.
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