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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY. FEB 1. 190S
BUSDffiSS BIEEOTeiY '
ii i i i i ,
f Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
ningiug. unpin progioss wuu
thorough training. Studio, 27C
llerctanla St , ncnr Alakea St. See
Mrs. Anna E. Tcctzel, soprano. The
.ueiiuii iiiciiiou 01 voice placing.
Stiiillo. Art League Hours 10 to 2.
PIANO t TUNING
Mr. Ji. Sheridan, plnnoforts tuner.
All orders should lie loft nt tlio Ha
waiian News Co., Tonus bids. Fhono
294 or cor. Alukea and Hotel Sts.
I Sec Hastings for rspalrs of Locke,
Kfy, Musio IJo'-fs, Sharpening ot
rino rutlnry Heir Union Grill
The Weekly Edition of the Evening :
Bulletin gives a complete summary of i
ine 'tvtr m nn aav.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY -TBC
Home for Sale
Home new and attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningroom, kitch
en, bath, lanai, &c.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MCnCIIANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other rjoalrable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and QULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refuted,
Hawaiian Office Specially
Co., 931 Fort St.
fFresh, whclesorae, and of every
TJeretc.nia, AlaLea. and Union.
m Ow BS fears
Soothing Syrup M
ns been tuert for over KIXT 53
YlTAKd toy MILLIONS ct Mottura
1NO, with perfect itt'sovw. IT
bUUTHHS tap CHILD. EUVTENS
th. OUM9. ALLAY1 aU
CURllK WlfcD CW.IC, unci ii tni
DrusKuts lu .very run ot 'be
lie rjru nct Mk'ior Mrs.
VlnIowU Stxitblnz Hynipand Wiio
r.o other klad. t!) Ceata a Dottle.
Sf!J!77""For Rent" cards on sale at
lie Bulletlr office.
Maria Lambert, Parislenne dress
maker. Makes stylish iltcsscs -
five dollais up. J 32 Miller St . oppo.
Rlto Queen's Hospital 3912-Uw
Lessons in French and Italian given
hy Mrs. Amelia Smith, daughter of
Prof Swift (linguist) i rapid meth
od, perfect arcent, moderate terms.
Studio, 700 Quarry St., cornor of
Umbrellas re-covered. T, Takala,
Fort St. near Kukul.
For houoc-help, phono White 2891, Mr
klkl Grnc.nl Hmpo.vmetit OlDca
cor IVrsacola una Irrotama.
Yee 8lna Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St . bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
WHETHER OFFICE OR
HOUSE-FLOORS, need a cov
ering that is easily cleaned,
and which does not hold the
diit. The ideal floor-covering
because it is non-absorbent,
and can be cleaned of grcaso
or stain by the application of
soap and water.
It cannot fade, and never gets
dusty, because it cannot hold
the ditt. It's easy on the feet.
lewers & Cooke,
Agents. 177 S. King St.
THE PALM CAFE
Hotel Street near Fort.
Of the money you
would save by having
your clothes made to
your measure by us.
Same price as the ready-to-wear.
Geo. A. Martin
Tlie General Arthur
is one of the oldest cigars.
It's still gaining in popu
larity. ffi. A. Gunst & Co.
manufactured from rur distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M, Taylor,
A 8Decialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
he news of te day.
OF ALL THE
' Try Us
WITH AN ORDER.
C. Q. Yee Hop
FOR LADD3S AND GEHrLEMEH.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
Hats and Fans
The New Year,
:j j US HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.1 j
King Street, Ewe, of Fishmaiket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Sniploymont Office supplies all Na-
tionakjiw to plantations, contractors
183 KIITO ST.
. AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
150 HOTEL ETltEET.
Solid Gold I
Policeman John Gets
Reckless With Stick
An n i mult of the Atkinson i.c.iRim
Kiimoa played c8tonlay thrcu teaihu
arc licit for first place In tho spidihI
th.unploiishi) series. Thu flrnt g.une
mih nil tho iiindy for the polite
tentn. They Hlamnicd tho ball. the
Minnicd the lull; they did etcrv thltiB
UIMI ilUJllllIlK IIIU) WISI1UU IU II1U Itil.l
Mill finally copped out IB scoiest. Thu
Orenn VP va wcio nothing loath to
hinilsli it little excitement, mi tliev
I'ld n little Htlek-woil; that netted
them it total of 12 coiiutH.
Tulin. tho I'iiIIco thlrd-Hat'Ker, fm
iilDhvil tho feat tiro of tho day by
tcarlni; off u honiu run, a triple, two
luii-Baelicis, and tM) singles out of
lit llniea at but. Nothing greedy
I'hout th.it cop, eh? Nothing slow
j'ljoul him, either, for If he Ik able to
handle the willow In Mich a wlikcd
manner very many times, the big
le.igui'H will mire write Ms name
t'own on thcli little, book. On tho
( oast, "Truck" Kagan Is tho only
league man who oven darea to make
tmli a showing, anil ho only wlelda
the willow that way when It Is abso
lutely lnipoiatii) that his team
.liould win. lints off to you, Tahii,
Mm mil fly did mal.u one great show
Tho llrowury hunch vanquished
the sailor liuU fiiiin the lioquoli b
tho Bcoie of 12 to S. Tho pitchers
In the gntne U'eined to have an off
day wllh the exception of Kalpo, who
was up and doing all thu Ume.
The detailed scores arc as follows.
I'ollci? S. Parker, ss.; Q. Chew, lb .
N. Jackson, cf.; II. Knal, 2b . Tiiliti.
ab.; II. i:splmln. If.; I.. .Miner, If , J.
Ilutler, c; II. Van (Jlescii, rl . T.
Ocean View I). Arcln, "if. p, II.
Ilalley. 3b.; .Martin, c; g.M.ikanul,
lb.; Nnliale, 2b.; Smith, cr.;" Known!,
r.f.; Knalin, p.-rf.; All Sing, rf . Lean
Homo Huns Tahu, Halloy. Martin.
Threo-baso Hits Van ilmuii 2, Tn
hu. Two-buso Hits Tabu, Knal, H. I'ar
ker, Q Chew, Halloy 2, Smlih.
Left on liases I'ollco IJ. Ocean
Double IMnys Tnhii-Kaal, Tahu Q.
Chew, Kaal Q. Chow.
Struck out By I'edro 8. Kaapa I,
U.ise on Halls I'cdio C, Kaapa '3,
Hit by l'llclior Nahulo 2. En Sing.
Wild Pitch Kaapa 2. I'edro 2.
Passed Balls .Mnilln 2, Ilutler 4.
Tlmo of Oaino 2 hours 15 minutes.
Umpire En Sue.
Scorer J. heal.
Score by Innings
1 2 3 1 3 li 7 8.9
I'ollco 0 3 2 5 3 2 0 1) 015
Hits 1 2 3 fi 3 2 2 2' 2 23
Ocean View ... 1 0 0 0 2 2 3 0 112
Hits 0 0 10 112 1 110
Honolulu Ilrowory Kalpo, p.; Ka
haulello, 3b,; Towusend, ss ; Uoss, c;
Kaaliu. rf ; Kuiuana, ll , Nalcl, lb.;
Kalowena, 2b.; Cockett, cf
U S. S. Iroquois Akann. 3b.; V.
Ayau, ss., Zerbo, If., Drtler, p.-rf.;
Lulling, v.; English, p.-2b ; Tltnnu, lb.;
fa. Markhani, rf.-2b.; S Jackson, rf.
Homo run V. Ayau.
Tlircu-baso hltB Knluulullo, K,.
Tvo-baso lilts Kam.uiJ, Itosa,
Sacrifice hit Akaua.
Left on bUBcs Hi u cry, 9; Iro
Struck Out Hy Kalpo. 7. Hiclcr, 3;
liases on balls Off Kalpo, 5; Orel
or, 2; English, 2.
Hit by pitcher Kalowena, Kalpo.
Wild pilches Hi eler, 2; Kalpo. 1.
P.iksed balls llosa, 3; Lulling, 3.
Tlmo of tho game 1 hour 10 min
utes. Umpire Kn 8uo.
Scoior N. JackKin.
Score by InnlngH;
1 2 3 I 5 fi 7 8 9 .
Hon. Ilrowcr?)'.!) 0 0 2 10 0 0 012
Hits ,.00522201 113
U. S.S. lmquola.'l 3 0 0 10 0 0 08
lilts 2 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 18
P. V. L.
Honolulu Police S 'G 2
Ocean 'VIuwb, 8 5 3
Honolulu Hiowury 8 3 5
Steam Laundry 8 3 5
U. 8. S. Iroquois 8 3 5
P. W. I
Honolulu I'ollco 8 5 3
U. S. S. Iioquols 8 E 3
Ocean Vlows 8 5 3
Honolulu Ilrowciy 8 -1 4
Steam Laundry 8 2 G
Total Games Played.
P. V. L.
Honolulu Police 1C 11 5
Punahous Lose Best
Game Of Season
What wus undoubtedly the licit
sotRcr football game so far this sea
son was plued lit the Mal.lkl ground
Inst Saturday, when tho Malle team
wrested the glories from the Puna
hint aggregation by one goal a llul.ii
it was, at that. Thu lighting was
hut all the time, both teams ieallrlng
that the game would cijmil cousldci
alily In the championship scries, ami
up until tho lluko goal was made the
Puliation kickers had slightly the
edge over their opponents,
Development in te.itii-work was
plainly to be seen lit the inuicinents
of thu two tennis, and their playing
was a woudeiftil Impiinenient oer
the playing In tho-ganica of the past
CUncr foot and head-work was tho
itdor of thu day, neither team excel
ling In this department, but both of
them working as If their lives depen
ded on tho outcome every minute of
the time. The weather was good,
savo fur a little shower that Hindu
the giound a little slippery, and com
pelled tho players to leave out n few
i f the liner points of a heady gamo
for a short time, hut, on the whole,
onilitloiiH wore splendid.
The only score of tho day was
mndo In n most peculiar manner, nm
ply Illustrating thu pnit that luck
takes in nu even-matched game. Tho
.Malles had drlhhled the ball down
rloso to the IMinahoit's goal, and one
of them tried a long Boot nt goal.
The bnll was Knocked well out of
danger by a hard hit from the fist
ot tho go.il-tcnder, but It struck tho
back of one of thu guarding Puna
hous, and bounced back, Just skim
ming the upper pole on the Inside. It
was hunt to lofeo In this manner and
tho Puliation lads plaied like demons
the rest of the match, but the two
teams wore loo cvenly'malclied for
them to get n c banco tn score. Onco
Lyman, for tnc Puuuhouitcam, made
a shot from right wing that would
surely have counted had It but been
1 couple of Inches lower.
W Cralk, thu Malle player, who
was out of the game on account of a
bud knee, icfcreod. tho gamu In a
most satisfactory and excellent man
ner. Tho llnc-up Is as follows:
Coal, .1. J. llclser; backs, It. An
derson, J. C. .MiUIIl; hahes, II. Chit
llngworth. I). Center, Andrews; for
wards, Dwlghl, II. S. Orny, II. Ilalley,
E. I)als, E. Ken.
ts t: a
Chinese Alohas. Jr,
Become Leaders Of
Tho Orient Athletic Club forfeited
tho gamu til ttiu Sweet Violets yes
terday nt Aula Path. This was ow
ing to tho Chinese Kouolil. .lack
1-lores waa disappointed when C. Y.
Mark's team didn't appear on thu
Held at the time tho ganio wus set
lor, and Immediately after thu um
pire declared the gnmo forfeited, Mr.
Klores walked to Chinatown piob
r.hly to pay his Konohl respects to
In tho second gnmo tho Chinese
Alohas, Jr., pioved thenisclvcss too
much for tho Nippon boys, who wcro
defeated by tho score 'of 12 to 2. Tho
gnmo was well played as far as tho
Alohas wcro concerned, hut tho Jup
i iiceo weie not in tho innnlng. In
winning this gnmo tho Chinese Alo
has, Jr., beramo thu lenders of tho
league and will light It out with tho
Anln A. C. for tho championship of
I ho first series next week.
Thu following were tho line-ups
iind score by Innings of ycsteiday's
As.ihls Tsunlto, If; Totsito, ss;
Ilarnmoto, 2h; Tetsugl, p; Hideo, c,
Saklchl, lb; Tnkutanl, 3b; Kenzo, cf;
Chinese Alohas, Jr. McShnno,
2b; Kenloliu, 3b: (Juon Chew, lb;
P. Sullivan, If; Ho Llm, cf; Tom
Von, c; W. Kealoha, rf; Wionn, p:
1 2 3 1 5 C 7 8 9
Asahls 10 001000 0 2
C. Alohas . . . .1 0 3 0 2 3 0 3 12
Umplio W. T. Itapos.i.
tt tl tH
Ocean Views 10 1ft r,
U. S. 8. Iioquols 1C K 8
Honolulu lliuwury lfi 7 9
Steam Laundry ic 5 11
Additional Sports on Page 8
The Little Ads. whli (fie Big Results
To purchase u seiond-hand, fi-mllor
mill with crushei , lapmlty l.'i
tuna of canu P-r houi Musi lie
In good condition. AddnMs full
particulars, innko usage, II P ne -essary.
etc. Castle Pros Wolf &
Sons, 2ir Uruinm St., Sun Prun
ilsco, Cal. 3914 2w
Pnrt Hawaiian of fair address and
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
portunity for tha right man. Ad
dress this ofllec, "Man." 3891-tf
Cloan -vlplnc l at the Uulletlu of
1-irgo house on llcretnnla St, licit
to Queen's Hospital; rent rcy
cheap. W. W. Cbntnberlaln, Jujd
Pour-room cottage, suitable for bach
elor's quaitoiF U45 llerctanla.
Two front rurnUhed rooms, 1812 Ll
llha St. 3883-tt
In Palatini, ull-whlte. 9-moiiths-old
fox-teirler; cut tall, gieen leather.
collar. Howard If leturned to this
A pointer dog, while and liver color.
Kcturn to Tarn Hlng, City Meat
Co.; $5 reward. 3SSS-lm
A lady's watch. Owner can have on
piovlug property and paying for
this notice. Yainato. Kukul Street
hack stand. 391 0-1 w
holiday Itlcycle. 1'nr Infoi illation In
quire at Bulletin office. 3910-lw
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dsalers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
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the mild Havana cigar.
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Alexander Young Building.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 361
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
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Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty,
888 S. BERETANIA ST.
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SEE OUR DISPLAY.
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Emma St. near Beretania.
F; S. Nagami.
Kodak Developlnc, Printine, En
larging and Imterior Photo
graphins. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols. Phone 201.
300 ft S-ln cast-Iron sewer pipe; 1
nil-copper Truax Morlllzers tin lin
ed. 1 all-copper water still, tin
lined; 1 all-copper 40-gal. steam
Jacket kettle; 2 all-copper wah
bollers. Emuieluth & Co., Ltd.,
115 King St.; Phone 211.
A valuable collection of stamps. This
u.leulon Is the property of tho
widow of the late II. W. Howen,
and Is the result of his effort In
man) years of labor; they ran be
seen nt the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tf
Com I stono aud all other building
material contained lu that old cor
nt building situated on Nuunnu
St , corner of Pauahl St. Purchas
er to rcmino same within sixty
days. "L.," this olllco. 3907-lw
KIne corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing;,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. P.. this office.
A few pure-bred joung Huff Orping
ton I Hosiers for sale. Also eggs for
setting. Addresa P. O Hox 10. Ll
hue, Kutini. 3909-lw
J.'iOO 00 C'VSII 200 x 300 ft. 9-room
house. Kaimukl. Address Hox O ,
this office. 3909-lm
Ilccf cattlo for salo at Kahuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. 8am Norrls. Walohlnu.
Whlto Pekln ducks and eggs. 1941
South King St. 390C-tr
TOURING CAR FOR SALE.
Owing to departure, my "Tourist
touring car la for sale; car Is ful
ly equipped with top; wheel
chains, spare tlies (3), speedom
eter, clock, curtains, &c , nnd la tn
good running outer. Will sell at
a bargain. Apply to n. F. Hlshop.
Let the soap do
Hana Made in Honolulu.
F. L. WALDR0N,
Wilder & Co.
;Dr. A.N. Sinclair
'has moved his offices to Hotel St. be
tween Alakea and Richards Sts. (with
Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a. m.; 4 to 6 p. n.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sun-
ujr uy niipoinuneni. acts, at I or
385. Res. 1384,
Phone Main 147
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J. & Santos,
Back of PeUr's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
Ohia Cord Wood
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 08
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sts.
Tel. White 1G0Q.
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