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nVHNtNO cm.l.ETlN. HONOLDUI, T. l!.. MONDAY FKD M. IW
YOUR COOK WILL BE BUSY
PUT IN A
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Bishop Trust Co.,
Several acres In Manoa Valley. Beau
tiful tile, overlooking Diamond Head
and the Ocean. gSOOXiO per acre.
A Fine Residence on Klnau Rtreet.
Four Bedrooms. Larue Lot. Servants1
Quarters, Ac $5,000.00.
Bishop Trust Co..
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 Massa
chusetts, 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.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, 8nwers Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....80UTH & KmWAIAHAO BTS.
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and OULICK AVfcS.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE AGENT
DOMESTIC & CENERAL HELPERS.
Office, Nuuanu near Pauahl.
Tel. Main 473.
Best services rendered, charges rea
sonable. Quick orders promptly at
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
C63 6. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla 8ts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborers Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under,
taken. Telephone Blue 2181.
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furnlturo Mads To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
TRESH FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
6ELDS FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SS9,
IllunW luinka nf nil unrtB
)- .nfll,Mfll..l,ra.l l.v ItiM IIuIIhIIiI l'lllw
Nil JOV SAWAV
S.itiilitay afternoon nil the baseball
fllllH Will III- IIICHVtll lit tllC- l.l'Ilgllll
gsotiuds fur tlm Iicncllt gnmu to liu
iln'il iiH a seml-off fur llnrne)' Joy,
who will lenvii for tlio Coast ery
Mion to play with tlui S.iu Hrnnclsio
League team. Joy has lii'un tln best
pitcher In. t lie Islands for some years
inn) liu will now attempt to iiinku
good In faster lompuny and his fel
low plnycis nrc arranging for u good
bye game whluli wlH lino Ills pocket
hefoto liu leaes.
Tliu game will liu between the II.
A. L team us It lined up last ear,
with Joy In the box anil a picked
lea in which will tupteseut tho re
malniler of tho teams of thu League.
Thi' pli'keil nlnu will In- roniposeil of
tho following players: 12. Denim.
Iteiiler, Johnny Williams, Itlnglnud,
(lorm.'iii, Vnnnatta, livers, .luck Do
sha, (lii). Oesha, Hurry Mruns and
llert lliiwer. Tho game Hhuillil be
close nnil, in spite of thu fact that it
will liu played without prnitlre,
should furnish a good article of hall.
The hand will he picKi'ilt and will
nilil to the enjoyment of the oi'iuslon.
Tickets untitling the holder to it re
served seat uro now on Kale at the
stoic of the Hawaiian News Co. In
the Young hillhllliK. The price Is
ell tents. An It will In- the Inet
chance to see the II. A. C champion
of players. It will he an oppoi tuulty
of which many will take advantage.
E. . IS
, BOWLEROF H8N0LU1U
The opening of the Hew howling
alley at the Hotel Baths, which look
place Saturday nlKht, was most suc
icssful, Thero wa a largu crowd
picKcnt ami all enjoyed the hospital
ity of the management, which acted
as the host ami would icielve no
money from those who enjoyed the
hpoit. The alleys are In the best ot
condition mid thu only tonson that
high sioies wciu not made was on
account of the fact that no one hem
Is In practise, and this naturally had
.Many of tho old devotees of tho
Kanic In this city were piesent nnil
took a chance at the game onco nuir".
Alec Itohcrtsnn, Trunk Kruger, Ollle
Soieusou and K. J. Lord were milling
tho enthusiasts who rolled high
scores anil who may lie expected to
ilo fur better In the near future, K.
J. Lord was the IiIkIi man of the
evening. making two koiI siotes ot
ill!) and Hill, the ncM IiIkIi scoich
heliiK I r.O anil 149.
With tlm nnlval of thn Korea,
bringing liM' White, the expert f 101,1
San .lime, who will ;ian rhmgn of
the alleys, thoie should hn a revival
of Intel est which will mean much for
this spoil In Honolulu.
n n st
WATER Mill TODAY
The Diamond Head water polo
team will stall; up ngiiltist thu lleu
lunlH this evening ut li o'clock, (leu.
Coolie will he on hand to coach thu
hoys and show them the way In
which It Is done at Vale.
The Hoyal Kawalhiiu (ilco Club
baseball team won onto moro yester
day afternoon ut Aula Park, defeat
ing the Clilneke Alohas hy u nunc, of
12 to (I In it well-phi) ed game, The
Alohas made a brace Jn the eighth
Inning which looked dungnioiis, hut
thu big lead of the musicians was too
much to he oveicome, The line-up
Knwalhaus Ayau, ss; Apul, i!
MiKfarlune, 2h; I'ualuhi, lib; Jim
Spadde, cf: Mike, e; Kaliuuwluiil, If;
Kupa, If; Con ea, lb; lloopll, if, ami
AI0I111R Mm, ss; A. Al.ana, 2b; Ah
Say, cf; Ah Yup, p; Hspludu, lb;
Louis, :ih; Pay, If; K11 Slug, If, and
V.iii, '. 1
I 2 3
II I 3
Alohas , , ,
.0 II 0
team hefoie It loses a large number" Humps ,
II T. EVANS WINS
The While Hock tournament.
which wan ptueil on the Ilnletwa
golf links yesterday, wax won hy J.
T. Hvmis, who, with U score of 4 4 In
the 111 Ht nnil 411 in the seiond round
mill helped out hy a handicap of
eight, carried uva the honors cim
Hy. Austin White, his uraiust oppo
neiit, was the stiokex hchlnd In the
net scores and one behind In the i"
dial scene. The links were in line
condition anil the piny was unjoycil
hy all who weio piescnt.
The minimal y:
J. Iliichly ...
O. IIIiIkihmI . .
I. M. Campbell
c. .1. K11 ik ....
II. It. (limit ..
II. (llmuil . ...
.1. D. (ialnes . . ,
I", llnlsteail . . .
C. -I. Ililtchliis
II. JohllKOII , . , .
A. Mahiililu . . .
J. D. Mchierny
.1. S. Oriue
j ' l Smith
W. Woon ,
K. O. Wlilto
Austin White . .
S. O. Wilder . . .
O. K. Wall
I-,'. Waterman . .
Jus. A. Wilder . .
W. (J. Wilder ..
Dr. II. Wood ..
W. Williamson .
Clius. T. Wilder ,
. IS 4f.
Jus. A. Wilder and II. Johnson did
ra n I V ALRV " BREW i k a
As the date of the annual lleilanl
mid Myrtle swimming meet diuws
near the rivalry between thu two
clubs giow. The swimming teams
representing these two clubs are do
ing more real hard tialnlng than thn
boat eiows ever did. The Myrtleu nro
putting In their hardest licks ut the
Myrtle Hunt Club and every evening
IT. or 20 swimmers do their distance
11ml practice turns mid starts, Kvory
Friday owning this team takes a
chance nt the llutlis, where, they can
become used to the fresh water, Kop
ke, Cooper, I.yle, Crozler and Herbert
mo all showing great speed. Hill
lloth Is depended upon to tu1n dm
sprints, while the Iteds look to Kop
ku to capture the 100 yard. Cooper
also has a look In when it tonics to
thu no-yurd dash.
Sam Chllllngworth Is acting as
trainer for tho Ilculanls and If good
hard work loiiuts for anything, thn
He.ilnnl team will certainly stand a
good chance for first honors. These
lads assemble nt the Ilatlis every ovu
iilug ut !i o'clock mid practice uveiy
btuut known In the act of swimming.
They have a lelay team that will ho
hard to heat. H will he made up of
Mich men as Dickson, 1'reeth, Cuiiha
O Sullivan, I Instate, Winter, Camp
bell, I'oss and Oss, Walter Mucfur
lane Is also showing good speed.
The first diving lompetltlon over
held In this (omitry will he pulled off
during this meet and n thiimplou div
er will he developed. Till, should
provo 11 very Intoiestlng event.
Pice tli Is a good tilck man Tint tho
following iiilo will show that moro
than tricks will count;
Fancy Diving. Funcy diving shall
he judged and decisions awarded hy
thice Judges, who shall take into ton
bldoiatlon and award points 011 thu
following llvu Btnges of each dive:
1 The form ussiinied by the loin
pelltots nt the stmt.
2 The form used In tho tnke-off.
3 The foim assumed In tho ill op,
or fiom the time of the tal.e-off un
til touching the water.
4 The manner of entering the
-12! fi The smallness of splash after
I No iiioie than one point may ho
Wlillo thin hair ami baldum are
undesirable for mon, they are vastly
mo to su fur women. Nothing adds
moro to tho adornment of wumen
thau rich, bcary, flowing trustci.
The lair is too raluablo to allow it
to sailer from negloct. So just as
suou us you notice that rur hair is
louilog cut )ou should uio
It checks falling of
tho hair promptly.
This feature of Ayir's
Hair Vigor Is low
recognized us most
marked, ami has
brought to this prep
aration a world-wide
l ou cannot possi
bly haro a splendid
heail of hair when thu
scalp Is covered with
dandruff. Wo urgo
upon all who are In
any way troubled
u.t.1, .lin.tmfT In l-
(7r5C'"lKln tho use of Ajei's
Hair Vfgor at once.
Du not bo deceived
by cheap Imitations which will only
disappoint you. Make sure you got
AYKll'S Hair Vigor.
awarded for any 0110 of the Ihe
htiiges above mentioned.
1'iuctlons of a point may he award
ed by the Judges, as the) deem fists .
l-'he points Is to be tousldered .1
rRIZE FOR BALLOON RACE
New York, Jan. 23,r-Annoiiiiicmi'iit
Is made by Cniiill.iml Field lllshop,
piesldelit of the Aero Club of Amcilc.i,
that u man of grca't wealth will offer u
llg prliu to he competed for In the
balloon races to Mart from St l.i.ils.
The jirlzo will he of sutllcteiit magni
tude to attract inventors fjoin ull pal la
of the world to this country. It Is snid
that the sum U $2UO,O0u.r Announce
meat was also made that there would
bit no elimination contest to choose
the defenders of the' International cup.
Mr. lllshop, Augustus i'libt, secretary
of the Aeiu Club, Jiul Samuel it. Val
entine weiu selected to iiiimo the three
defenders. They weio Instructed to
iiiuku their decision not Inter than
E. R. ADAMS COMES
ON STEAMER M0ANA
Thu Canadian-Australian steamer
Mo.inn urrlvcd yesterday nfteruooii
fiom Victoria and left for tho Colo
nies last night ut 10 o'clock. Tlm
voyage from thu Sound was unevent
ful according to the olucers and thu
weather was flue all the way, though
n little 1 nugh utter leaving Capo
The Moana brought down 100 bar
rels of llniu for Huckfuld & Co, and
40 boxes of si'lt fish for Davles & Co.,
with n few mlsudluneous parrels.
There was veiy little freight for this
city or tho Colonies, Contrary to her
usual custom, the Moana docked at
the Oceanic wharf, taking on 100 tou.i
Among thn passengers ou hoard
who were for this pint was ex-County
Supervisor K. It. Adams, thu Coast
leprchentuthe of Alexander & llahl
win. Thu I'olliinl l.lllputlan Corn
puny was on board 011 Its icturu from
the States, where they have been for
thu past two yea is.
DR. JOHNSTON AT
Dr. Johnston, the worlil-famcd
speaker on malters lellglous, was
greeted yesteiduy mornliig at the Cen
tral Union church hy an nppieilathc
iiudleniu that lllled the ihuich to thn
doois mid ovi'illovtcd to the street.
Dr. Johnston's handling of his text,
"The Wonl lleciiniu Flesh," was In 11
terse, logical manner ami guwi fool
for though to it gicni many of his hear
ers. No one who attended was disappoint
id ami It Is to ho resulted that llr
Johnston cannot lemaln longer.
Fiom Imllcntlous yesteiday It would
he whu for nil who tlfblic to hear this
gtcat preacher to mine tally if they
vlsh n seat.
Tho How Wong Soilety will glvo a
Chinese New Year's eu reception
this evening at tho hall of the Unit
ed Chinese Society ou King stree'
Theie will be speeches and lefiesh
Among thobe piomlueiit In Chlucso
uffnlrs who will speak are: Dr C
T. AUnna, Dr. 1,1 Kill F.il, Zang Tan
T.il, Wong III11, Ng I'lng. Chang l.oy
mid lice Tal Chan. Dr 1.1 will pin
shin at the meeting ami the dlicctloil
of the 1 crept Inn will hi) In the haniN
of Wong III11.
Open Lettfer From
Royal Insurance Company of Liverpool
Many of tho Companies which at
the memorable meeting of June 12th
voted In fuMir of a horizontal deduc
tion of "not less than 2i," liao. n
we predicted, found It Imponslblu tu
rettle their San Francisco losses ou
that b.tkls mid have been forced,
though reluctantly, tu pay consider
able moru than an average of ", ot
their rlnlms. Soma which oted to
adjust every claim on its merits and
pay tho same " Dollar for Djllar,"
liine fallen away from that high nnd
correct standard and lane submitted
their pollry hunters to shaip deduc
tions from adjusted claims. Others,
while paying In full huw, In accord
.lire with Hahtern usage, exacted n
cash illccount In lieu of Bity days'
time In which to make payment.
The "ROYAL" has paid every
claim as soon as the amount of loss
has been agreed upon with the assur
ed, In full, In cash, without a cent of
discount. Comparatively few com pa
les have pursued OS btoail and ns lib
eral a course.
We ha refrained from commenting
iiH)ii tho conduct of any Individual
company, believing It heller to extol
the virtues of our own. The HOYAI.
INKl'UAM'i: COMPANY ot Wvorimo!
has paid to dato 2.361 ctulms, aggre
gating $3,150.(135 88 We have remain
ing bin a few iin'ettled losses, ami
these 1.10 clilelly awaiting authoriza
tion of claimants abroad, probat 0 pro
ceedings, or furthei Investigation ae
to actual amuiiut of flro loss.
The "HOYAI." continues to ho tho
leading Fire Insurance Company ot
the world. Its annual Incomo Is over
$16,000,000. Its San Francisco gross
losses were not ery much more than
r.ne-thlrd of one year's premiums, and
its surplus, after all losses nre paid,
will exceed the surplus of any1 other
Company In the world. '
It has been building up Its reserves
for years against Just such n disaster
m came to San Francisco and was
therefore nhlo to meet Its great losses
with equanimity. It will continue to
pursue the even tenor of Its way and
will doubtless ho mmo popular thau
ever with Insurers.
You uro perfectly safe In putting
your business In the " HOYAI." know
ing that It will under all circum
stances be able to fully and promptly
meet Its contracts and that It will not
resort to any quibbles or shifty pr
tenses to avoid Its obligations. Now
Is the tluiu to muku usu ot your op
portunity. Thero Is no eluding the Issue; there
mo "Dollar for Dollar" Companies;
thero nro " Slx-hllteis" and thure hro
Wclchers." Thero nro also Compv
tiles Phong, and Companies weak,
No Company' can offer a better pol
icy than tho " ItOYAI.." few as good.
HOI.I.A V. WATT,
Manager Pacific Coast Department
WM O. IRWIN fr CO., LTD.,
Agents for the Territory of Hawaii.
What an Opportunity
Valentines Give Us
to make people
happy! All of us
I00); for the postman
on Valentine Say.
Drop in and exam
ine our benutiul as.
PRICE 20 cts. up.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIE8. ShIPPERS AND STORE
A Christian Japanese, first-class cook
desires position; trood references.
All kinds of contract work done nt
Phone White 2g7C, River nr. Hotel St
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber 2nd Gor.i
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
OUECN 8T., ;: '.: :: t; HONOLULU.
The Little Ads. with the Rig Results
onicu boy Apply In own huiidwrlt-
lng to r. O llux l.l. 3010-tfl
Small second-hand cash register. Ad-
dless "X ." Hulletln 300'J-tf
Hv young man of experience as clerk
or bookkeeper. Address "J. M ."
Hooins single or en suite. Terms easy,
(lood accommodations, .lint thu
placo for saving money to Bmall
wage-earners. Come nnd try. The
New Kra Hotel, Fort SL bet. Vino
yard nnd School .Sts. 3501 tt
Furnished rooms nnt is, small 1 ullage.
Alake.i Home. 1077 Alakea St.
Furnished housekeeping rooms,
qulru No. h Cottar, drove. 3:
Cottages In' Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., muuka Hotel.
2 lurrJstyfcl sWXit rooms at 1223 Em
ma Sf.; rent reasonablo . 3401-tf
Newly furulshail mosquito proof rooms,
nt 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tf
MOOM AIND BOARD
Hnom and bourd In nrlvnte family, for
lady or gentleman 1335 Wilder A v.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OF.X, published In the Saturday Bulls-,
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a!
coitclse and complete resume of all la-
nal notices, calls for tinden, Judg -
mem, tiunuing pgrrnus aim rvl I
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
Mrs, Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, Or
gan ami hinging, t'leasant anil easy
method viiuirliig thorough mid rap
Id progress, with perfect ttiut'h.
time, lingering and expression. Stsi'
dlo, 21R Ileretanln St, hetween Ai
liken mid Central Union Church
(sco sign). Interviews from 10 to
12 and 3 to fi, Saturday afternoons
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuntr.
All orders should he left at the Ha
waiian News Co,, Young hldg. Phone
294 or Cottage No. 1, Ilaalelea l.nwu.
Guitar lessons given. Terms moder
ate. Apply 1S9 King St., opposlto
Young Hotel. 35'JO-tf
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Foit BL
p- Fine Job Printing at the Bui-
fills the bill everybody's bill and your
bill. It fits the needs of every bus
iness. It completely covers the field
of bill, charge and order work.
It adapts Itself to every system and
more. It Improves system. It creates
system. We are students of system
and the Remington Billing Typewrl
ter Is the fruit of our study. Do you
want to partake of the fruit? If so,
Dr. T. Ueniura,
Physician and Singeim, Spwlnllst
tiyu sllsHibiis Olllie lli'ii't.ml i near
Nuiiami lloiiik sio 11 a m . T to
S p. 111. Telephone Main 120. Oltlio
King nr Al.ip.il: hours: 1 to 3 n in.
Tidi'plionii Wlilto ICO.
Flue corner lot In Maklkl. Curblnu,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College Address 1L F this office.
iTIir best mid drv firewood ran h
bought at she Koko IlreKiHid Pu
Woody ard, cor. Nuuanu ami I'uuahl
Kts ; olllce, Jo I'auahl St.
lur White Leghorn mid I'lymo.itli
Itock eggs for setting; also 11 few
pairs ot young chickens. 1911 King
near McCully St. 35&1 tf
lreh Hawaiian cigars made froni gen
uine Hawaiian and the best Havana
tobacco. There Is no better smoke.
Myrtlo Cigar Store. 3375 tf
A Habcock DIupatch NeB I'ress, fold
er, etc , complete; good condition.
Apply Hulletln otllce.
In South Kona, 30,00" acres ot land us
n whole. Address S. Norrls, Walt
hlnii. Hawaii. 333011
Five- ear-old bay gelding, broken tu
saddle. Apply F. J. Cross.
Equahs In any
.'"rK Hwr nnil white jKilnter dog.
Finder kindly notify this otllce.
' mttt jug.hnlri'd dog, rusty color.
Owner apply to l'n:on Hark Stand,
cor Union mid Hotel Sts.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. Takatu, 1284 Kort St.
8sa Hastings for reprlra ef Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Bnarpenug tt
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union OrllL
For house-help, phone Whits 2S9I, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office.,
rnr. Pensacola and Ucretanla.
Manicuring, electric facial and scalp
treatment, and removal of supuitlu
ous hair. Mrs. Knthryn llools, 111U
Itlchnrds St 3S'J2-tt
Yee Sing Kee Plumber andtTlnsmlth,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
PAST DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
ORS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 383. 122 S. KINO ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDINO. THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
DR T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST,; CORNER VINE
YARD! TEL. WHITE 151.
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