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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. !! , THURSDAY. JAN. !). 1908.
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Local and National
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You nni3t be prepared fov it Vc have a line of beauti-
A short tlmo ago new bunkers for
(he Muamilun golf links were laid out
liy tlio expert, Alexander llncl.arcn,
mm the lli'3t time these will tic lined
will bo on next Sunday, when the
monthly tournament for tho Whlto
Hock Clip will bo played. Tho coiir'o
Is now nu unusual us well as a good
one, and some mighty good scores nrc
looked for ns soon us tho players bn
conie accustomed In tho recent ad
These monthly tournaments aro
exciting u gicnt deal of Interest
among locnl golfers, In fact, they
have hecomo tho main feattiro of tho
month In golfing circles Here. In or
der to win the cup, one man must
win tho tournament three times.
Uach man winning a tourney has his
name engraved on tho cup. As yet
none has won It more than once. Cn
trlcj for the meat close Friday noon
nt U.'o. Hall & Son's, and thoso who
worthy to be remembered by the truo
cons of the Chinese Aloha Club, and
bcvernl of tho members aro now
searching for n competent stonogrn
phcr to take down tho speech. The
Aloliu boys claim, and tho claim H
supported by tho lornl papers, that
notwithstanding they lost the cham
pionship of the Itherfllde Baseball
League they have made their nnmo
known to tho world that they can
play the national game, as was espe
cially evidenced when they whipped
tho Palatini Athletic Club in n 17
lnnlng giiino by tho score of 4 to 3
It Is rumored that tho Chlncso Alo-
1 hns will be strong next season when
I the Klvcrslde Lcnguo opens its scries
and the chances of winning next sca-
fcon s pennant arc good.
Tho annual meeting of the Chinese
Athletic Club will bo held Friday
evening, Jun. 10, nt tho Chlncso Y.
II. C. A. Hull. Ofllcers for tho year
BLANKETS-in ail colors, .-
THAT HAS JUST COME IN. Lower in price here than anywhere
else in Honolulu. You'll like them.
do not give official announcement or'1?" wlU b, c,cc,c1 "U l" y,c,por,U
Ui WlU VHI1UUS LTJIUIllllll'l'B VIJ1 UV
rend and passed upon. Tho Chlncso
club has been very octlvo In athletic
affairs hero during the patt year, and
it is probable that a good lluunolal
ehowlug will be made.
their intention to enter beforo
time will hac no excuse.
III!! MNT MAKE
The reason that tho St. Louis boys Tennis enthusiasts nro looking for
got no hIiiuo in the gato receipts' ward to the coming tournament on
Irom the games played on their ic-tho Ilcrctniilii Club coutts for the
cent trip to Japan is told plainly In ' A. C. Wall trophy cup. This will
the following report on llnnnces of tnko place dutlng either tho lirst or
ilio Kelo University, which was prln-'fcccond week In rcbrunry.
3 ' CHAN & CO.,
f CORNER KING AND BETHEL.
tod in the Hawaii Sblnpo:
(into lecclptu YSJUII.in
Other iceclpts, contribu
tions, ete S7.U0
I Beautiful Honolulu
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Traveling expenses, St.
Hotel expenses, etc., St.
Loiiia team . . .,
Kntei talnment expenses .
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The other day a notice appeared
' in the papers Unit an old sailor hero
wanted to inako the eanvass covers
for tho skylights ami hatches of tho
yacht Hawaii, but he did not have
.YS4K1.05' lno funds to purchase the canvass.
I K. O. Whlto very kindly oluntcereil
to lurnisli tlio needed material, and
now Mr. Spiiiuoy, the sailor, can be
gin his labors. Spinney has been In
this country for n long tlmo and ho
has always taken an active Interest
in nil matters pertaining to racing.
In tho Inst trnns-l'aclllc race he was
uno of tlitl sailors on board tho La
I'aloliin'. tho rcpicsentativc from Ha
waii. Ha Is it shlp-carpcntor and
has been on the sea nearly all his
life. His gcncious offer Is highly ap-
.YS487'.'J8B I predated by all thoso watching tho
! progress of tho yacht.
I It It
The yacht Hawaii was yesterday
insured against loss by flro. Tho
value changes each week, but she Is
rated today at $4500. When the cre
ation of Crownlnshlcld is completed,
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VAIilll liFNFFI? GAMF AT AdI A l'imuteiy w.ooo, mat u, it mo
IHU1M UU1LIII UttHIL. HI HHLHwhoIo thln were t0 uo ,,,,, for ,n
On account of tho fact that work j no lump. Donutlons from various
towards making tho professional ' individuals, however, have lessened
grounds at tho Hasebnll l'ark Ideal , ho actual cost to the Yacht Commit
for the noxt season hns already been j tee to about S12.000.
itaited and tho grounds are even) J ls M
now to u ccrtuln extent plowed up, I To mucl1 crC(,lt coul(l Ilari"y u
tho game Sunday between tho Cht--lven t0 tho various members of tho
ncbo A. C. and the Koalas will bo'Yncllt Commlttco and especially to
played ut Aula park. Theso latter ' w- Mclnerny, who Is taking n very
grounds are In good condition nnd aetlve '"toreat in everything that
there Is no learon why a very fait:wl" te,i,i to millie " 1,ctter boat nnd
battle should not t.ko place there " success of tho race. Such men ns
uiey no moro lor mo upiuiing or
Kxpeiidltiiics . . . .
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Sunday. Tho regular Hall Park
grounds have been very rough all
tho latter part of this season on ac
count of tho hard iuago they have re
ceived, wlillo tho Aalu park giounds
havo only been subjected to tho play
ing of a few of the Junior leagues.
rrc3ldeut Vicrra of the llascball
Lcaguo has called a meeting for to
night, so Unit It will bo agreeable to
all parties that tho gamo to bo played
for the benefit of tho vacht tnko nlaco
on tho Anla giounds.
day that ho thought thero would bo
no difficulty In arranging everything
I w that the yacht would rccelvo 8ft
per cent of tho gato receipts.
clean, honest sport for sport's sako
than iinytliluc olso possibly could.
ORPHLUMTHEATER iDium ibd cieewiu sin ' S:
HOTEL AND MILLER STS.,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
JANUARY 8 TO 11.
THURSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 0th
Oaiigtiter of Dixie
rRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
"TTTF. MmiTTT flf TTfP. nAWMfm"
Given under auspices of Hawaiian
Poultry Association, with the cooper-'. . , - ,, t
ation of Farmers' Institute, Hawaiian EvcninB rcesj35 na 5 '
Experiment Station and Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry.
CHILDREN UNDER 12 AT 10c.
"MOUTH 'OF THE CANNON"
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
Frank Cooloy and Gladys Kingsbury
reuuw their enirairenient nt tin Or.
Ho stateil to-1 ,)hollm theater tonight, presenting "A
Uauglitur t Dixie," tho beautiful play
of tho South which entertained n rep
resentative audtenco nt tho Hawaiian
Opera House on Tuesday night last.
With tonight's performance tho new
Ileum bchedulu of prices goes Into
reserved seats selling at DO
... . . I and 35 cents and gallery at 25 cents.
Among tho athletic clubs which lMr Cool(jy a,BO tnkcs emro contro,
have orfoied their cervices to innko l)f 10 ,hcator tonlht ,, tlurInK tho
the "Konohl concert and dance, glv-, 1)a)anco (lf tll0 unEnBcl,lent wln strvo
en under the auspices of tho Chinese1 n ovcry wy , lllclenB0 tho ,,,,,,..
...u.u .urn .uc" . uiu hi. ...u.. , lly ()f 10 h0HS0 nncl iml,rovo tho qua.
of tho Diamond Head Athletic Club. .,.. , ,,. ..-n,!,,-.!,,,.. a, n, ,.,
As it is a known fact that there aio
boverul good local musicians in tho
Diamond Head Athletic Club, their
eminent to participate In tho concert
on Chlncso Now Year's evo will ho a
good addition to tho program antici
Tickets for this event nro selling
rapidly and ono of tho lnrgest crowds
is assured. Tho members nro nil mix
Ions to have this affair mane ono that
will ho long remembered and every
thing shows nt this tlmo that tho K.
of I'. Hull will bo crowded on Chlncso
Now Year's ovo with n Jolly Konohl
ctowii. Richly flavored, deliciously fresh,
Tho address to bo dollveiort dui lug inexpressibly tempting: AlagrettTs
tho otonlng by Former Secretary of chocolate chips, nougat, tablets and
Hawaii A. L. C. Atkinson will bo ono creams, at Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Ity of tho productions. Somo of the
1 lays to bo presented In tho near fu
ture aro among tho best known of
recent successes on thu American
Tomorrow and Saturday nights and
Saturday afternoon tho compdiy will
nppeur In "Tho Mouth of tho Can
non," not a military play, as tho nnmo
might suggest, but a stirring drama
of life In Now Mexico and Southern
California. Tho first part of next
week will bo devoted to "Peaceful
Valley." tho play In-which Sol Smith
Hussell made himself famous.
WHITNEY fc MARSH
Seasonable Offerings of
frora 85c a pair
Also in 1-2 and
Crib Blankets for Baby
Also : New Sweaters
NO PROPERTY IN HONOLULU has
the prospective value of
if you buy it right.
I HAVE A VERY BIG BARGAIN
A seven-roomed HOUSE and large
LOT a little past the
on the main Waikiki road.
Always rented will make a good
OUR 1808 MODEL has just arrived, and is ready for
inspection at our show-rooms.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., Agents
JA3. F. MORGAN,
Cottage, with medern Improvements;
Kmma Square, adjoining the resi
dence of Jas. 1". Morgan; rent SL'5
(Continued from Pago 3)
r.iul ns tuich, will excrclso tho sun.o an
thorlty nnd enjoy tho Biimo pieroga
lives ns thoso vested In tho Territorial
Votcrlnailan. These four men will
bo stntloued at Lllmc, Kauai; Wat
lukti. Maul; Wnlniea, Hawaii, nnd
Hllo, Hawaii. Their ofllclal duties
Mould consist In tho Inspection of Im
ported llicstock nnd lu attending to
outbreaks or suspected outbreaks of
contagious diseases among livestock.
Tor theso services uo charges will bo
mndo except mllcago and actual ex
penses for subslstcnco uhllo away
lrom their icspcctlvo stations. In all
other cases where tho said etcrltia
ilans nro called upon to treat, pro
scribe for or oporato on livestock af
fected with medical or surgical dis
eases not, of a contaglotu tiMtire, thoy
ehall bo allowed to chnigo fur tho
sen Ices nccordlng to n pievlously nr
rnuged bchcdiile. '
"In order to lndtico tho light kind
of men to tako thoso positions it will
bo necessary to pay them a monthly
subsidy, which It has b.vn decided,
diould ho not less than $100 per
mouth except in tho cauo of tho coun
ty of Hawaii, where a practising vet
eilnarlan Is located lu Hllo hO30 ser
vices may bo obtained for official work
for $!io per month. On tho other hand
tho veterinarian to bo stationed m
Wntmca, Hawaii, must bo paid $100
"Ilut In view of tho fact that large
numbers of Hvo stock, especially
horses, mules and donkeys belonging
to tho laboring classes, many of which
huvo no means to pay for veterinary
services and therefore would not feel
inclined to send for a veterinarian, It
would seem that outbreaks of conta
gious diseases among Hvo stock be
longing to this class might bo dealt
with through tho County Supervisors.
"It might bo added that lu many
communities, California for Instance,
each county maintains a county vet
erinarian for tho same purposes as
those, outlined In this plan and tho
I'oaid of Ccmmlssloners of Agricul
ture and Forestry would therefore xo-
tpcctfully cuggut that tho Doard of
I Supervisors of tho counties of Kuunl,
Haul, and Hawaii tako under consld
cratlon tho advisability of cooperating
with this Hoard In procuring tho le-
nulred number of veterinarians."
tii iani i in im-pjw a
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CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO STS.
P. fi. Burnette,
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310,
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
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ALAKEA ST., near HOTEL
Bamboo Furnituro Made to Order.
Pioturc Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BERETANIA ST.
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Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bonght and Sold.
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