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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLUMI, T. H., THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1908.
Another shipment of the famous
Columbia and Tropic
BICYCLES JUST RECEIVED. We can furnish you a wheel
nn where from $25. uu to $80. We have chain and chain
less, with and without coaster brakes.
The bicycle 19 still the popular mount for all who
have to get about Jail 7 and have to cover much ground
and wish to do it quickly and at little expense. ALL
KINDS of BICYCLE SUNDRIES and PARTS CARRIED IN
STOCK, and a Well-Equipped Shop Ready to Do All Kinds
of Repair Work.
E. 0, HULL & SON, LTD
0YAL ANNEX CAFE
kAL. THURLOW Proprietor: late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
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BASEBALL AND NUIK
Politics has at Inst butted in
on baseball. It It wasn't for pol-
Itlcs, the new ball lmrk at Ka-
This is considered the best all-around Remedy on the market for
Rheumatism, Lumabo, Weak Loins, Sore Tliroat, Shoulder Hip, Stifle,
and Tendon Lamenes3. iJmm
No Stable Should Be Without It. BENSON, SMITH & CO. and
IIOLLISTER keep it.
Pottle, Honolulu Tel. 1189
Honolulu Construction and Graying Go.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Tort St., Opp. W. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Corel, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-CIALIY.
1 Hi 1 might bo completed at once.
Hut, aa It In, ni rests are not
SulmmliiR as an latcrscliolatitlc 4 frequeat enough, saa ono fan,
sport la which tho various athletic and the doubln force of con-
ilubs shall also take part was sub- vlcts which Is kept busy on the
nested by u prominent supportei of new diamond la not enough to
lotal athletics this morning. The get It completed before election.
bURgestloti comes In close accoid with However, tho Kallhl peoplo
a very greatly stimulated Interest expect to got to playing on thh
this jc.ir among tho secondary diamond this fall, as they havo
schools of thu Pacific Coast In tho about given up hopes of playing
sports of swimming and water polo.
I'umihou mid tho Diamond Heads
have ouco In the past gotten togeth
er a swimming team apiece, and have
held a meet, and tho proposition now
on foot Is to enlargo this plan, so
ns to take in the High School and
ICiniehamehu Schools und St. touts
College. Tho usual foims of compe
tition Mould bo used.
The pioposltlou seems particularly
happy, with tho facilities afforded
the sport of swimming In Honolulu.
The climate Is Ideal for it, und at tho
beach and tho boat houses lino oppor
tunities for practlco are offered.
1'urthcr than this, most Honolulu
bo)s are adepts In the water, and al
most all of the Institutions have men
more or less expert In this branch of
Just why lutcrschola8tic swimming
ns a pnstlmo has not been Introduced
here before seems dllllcult to explain.
Swimming is so extensively Indulged
In throughout the )oar that It ap
pears ery strango that a league for
the purpose of controlling swimming
ruccs and water polo has not been
It has been said that Punnhou Col
lege would hac n big advantage over
other schools In this lcspcct, as tho
men there could practice in the tank
which they hao on their campus.
I nut facilities lor swimming are so
t-uiii.mfii in iiuiiuiinu uiub una tumu
not picsont any very gicnt difficulties.
It seems ono of the sports which is
perfectly-suited In every way to this
A pair of shoes that wears
lone; and keeps its shape
A shipment of up to date
Tan Shoes for ladies was re
ceived per last S. S, Ala
meda. L AYAl SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
end cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box: 001, Telephone 031,
SHELL LEIS o
o SEED LEIS o
l o CURIOS
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icriotion made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and-repairs
executed at shortest notice.
Now on Display.
King and Bethel Sts.
Judge Robinson's Court:
Judge Lindsay's Court:
Estate Ciullherne Ilotello; appoint
ment of administrator.
Williams Mi. Castlo; demurrer.
Smith s. Tlsher; trial.
Jildga Do Holt's Court:
J. K. Clark vs. Mrs. J. A. Cum
mlugB. Judge Dole's Court:
Mr. Nnlciumiia, special rcpresonla
tlve from the Japunese Department
of Foreign Affairs, accompanied by
Chief Secretary Tsuchla of tho local
Japanese Consulate, went to Atca
In tho morning train today to Inves
tigate tho labor conditions there.
Shortly aftor his arrival from Ja
pan In the America Maru, Nakamuru
stinted mound the Island, commenc
ing at Walmanntp plantation and
covering practically all the planta
tions. It Is expected that he will
tako In tho adjacent plantations be
fore: ho returns to town.
at Fort Bhaftcr.
Doctor Roller Saps the
Smoke and Booze
Over ninety athletes und persons
Interested In physical culture assem
bled at tho V, M. C. A. last even
ing, and heard Dr. Holler, tho fa
mous athlete and wiestler, talk on
a very large subject, "Man," In a
way which oxcltcd tho very greatest
Tho big follow, who Is an almost
perfect physical specimen himself,
deplored the use of clgurottos und of
intoxicants, and cited some startling
Instances of what abstinence from
even tho most common and petty
lccs can do In the way of making;
a man what ho ought to be ph ideally.
I am going to talk on a very big
subject," said Drf Holler, "and I mil
going to do It In my own way. I
will talk on 'Man'."
He proceeded to say that mentally
man Is a marvel; religiously, ho Is
not always quite what he aught to
be, by any means; but physically, he
Is a runt. Tho last assertion was
unqualified, and delivered straight
from tho shouldor,.
Ilesides good giving In a general
way, of eating,' sleeping, and the
like, ho stressed much good living In
tho nbsotutc, abstinence from smoke
works and from the Joys of tho
Doctor Holler always talks strong
ly on theso subjects, but never more
strougly has he talked than ho did
last evening. TJho most startling of
his Illustrations he took from tho
iccords of tho five leading wrestlers
at present in tho United Stntes,
umong whom nil know tho Doctor
himself tanks not least, though ho
docs not say so except when It conies
to a matter of making an actual
match, when business counts. These
five strong men, he said, among
them in their lives havo.not consum
ed one packago of cigarettes or
drunk ono Quart of Intoxicants.
Team's Strong At Oahu
Tennis to be played between tho
schools hero Is a feature which has
attracted attention In the past, and
Is now attracting attention, as tho
school terms open up, and tho boys
and girls turn out onto tho courts.
Hut it seems as It conditions nro
about the same this season as they
have been In the past, and there is
no school strong enough to compote
With Punnhou lu this particular
In tho past, Punahou has made at
tempts to get up tourneys which
hava fallen through becauso tho oth
er parties to tho proposition would
not or could not get out a team of
sufficient form to compete against
tho Oahu Collegians. And most of
the good men ut Punahou arc still
In school. '
They satisfied themselves last sea
sou by two tourneys among the play
ers of the school a singles tourney
and a doubles tourney. This season
a proposition Is on foot to have an
aggregation of players from tho
nluninl play against the school fel
lows ns soon as the football Beason
Is over. It Is an Innovation which
will stimulate interest In tho game
to a considerable extent so far as
Punahou Is concerned, at least.
BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
(Continued from Pace D
In accoi dance with thn decision of
tho board of directors.
He then touched upon Lane's posi
tion, In connection with the Inter-
Island Company, saying that Lane,
after his election ns Senator, was
given n salary of $150 a month.
AND ROAD MEN
Hoad Supervisor Tom Cummins Is
getting It going, and coming, ull.be
caubo It 1j the political season und
ho is trying to keep expenditures in
the load department within tho lim
it of his appropriations.
Last night the Supervisors, Demo
crats, accused him of dlschaiglng
Democratic laborers on the roads. To
day he wus accused of discharging
llepubllcan employes on the roads.
Later ho expects to get it from the
Home Hulers or Laborltes, becauso
ever ono seems to want to take u
shot at him.
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I vii. uuuums snows me recora ui
"Hut," said Achi, "this was cut down .his accounts as proof that he must
again after his term was pan. Tho I keep his pajroll within $515. a day
Inciease of Lane's salary Is techni
cally u bribery."
He then compared his ability with
that of Lane's und told the audience
that he, If elected as Mayor on the
fiulon ticket, would be nblo to pie
Blilo and pass upon the legal points
that might bo produced und argued
befoie u board of Impeachment, ren
dering equally as good a decision as
that of Chief Justice Hiutwell of tho
Jack Lucas and Dr. Mousarrat
weie among tho Inteiested listeners,
On account of tho density of the
crowd, which occupied halt of King
street, n collision between two Ori
ental express wugons, diivon by a
Chinese and a Japanese, occuircd at
tho comer of King and tlethel sticcts.
This occurietuo amused tho audi
ence Immensely. There was no dam
age ilono In tho mlxup, Tho police
ordered the crowd back on the side-
In order to come within his appro
priation of $10,000. a month. In or
der to do this, ho has had to let out
some of his emplojes. He has not
asked their politics, nor has he had
uny othor thought In mind than to
do tho buslncBs of tho peoplo at the
most reasonable figure. He consid
ers this goud business for tho people
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...... lurmg uepuuucan pariy, aim ,,. Atherton. L. A. Thurston, F.
ueniocruis. nnn iinnin 'innara nun .... ... ... . ...
. ...... ... scuueier, w. u,
He objects to having it said he Is
cither paying political debts or tak
ing political lovenge. He Is sti ly
ing to give tho people good roads.
KOA TABLE SENT
A koa dining table, of exqulslto
finish and design, has been sent to
tho Hon. Gorham D. Oilman by thlr-
ty-flve of Honolulu's citizens. The
following letter, which has been
beautifully embossed, has been scut
"Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
"July 17, 1908.
"Hon. Oorhnm D. Oilman, ' lloston,
"Dear Sir: We, the undersigned
residents of Hawaii, deslro to express
to you our high appreciation of the
distinguished servlco you have ren
dered Hawaii during the years that
"With your largo knowledge of tho
Islands, their history, and traditions,
and tho profound and abiding aloha
which you have for the Hawaiian
people, you have ever been Jealous
of their Interests nnd vailant In their
"Notwithstanding the jcars which
huvo elapsed since you resided hero
ou have maintained Intimate and
remarkablo knowledge of ovenU
transpiring In Hawaii, and you hava
ever been ready to use this knowl
edge to protect its Interests. There
have been occasions when tho first
Information we had hero of public
attacks made agulnst us were your
urticles In leading papers In refuting
false charges and correcting misstate
"The greatest reward which hui
come to you has been In the knowl
edge of the good which has come to
this land, which we all love and the
consciousness that you havo contilb-
uted to the results that have follow
ed, hut wo wish to pay our trlbuto
of praise and aloha, and to thank
"Thinking that you might prize
some artlclo of Hawaiian manufac
ture fiom us In token of our regaid,
wo ask you to accept this table mude
of native koa. The intrinsic value Is
small, but it carries with It our
"Mai kou mau makamaka Olalo
"(Signed) Sanford H. Dole, P. C.
Jones, J. I), Castle, W. Chamberlain,
George II. Robertson, James Gordon
Spencer, II. II. Paiker, W, It. Castle,
A. L C. Atkinson, Cecil Drown, W.
D. Alexander, Charles M. Cooke,
Robort Lewors, II. F. Dillingham, V.
F. Frenr, B. A. Mott-Smlth, Win, W.
Hall, O. N. Wilcox, J. P. Cooke, W. E.
Howell, W, h. Hopper, S. M. Damon,
Henry E. Cooper, O, H. Carter, A. II.
Clark, Fred, T. P. Waterhouse, Chus.
Smith, William C.
Parke, Albert F. Judd, II. P. Robin
son, N, II. Emerson, w. J. Forbes."
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATE3
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Berkley, Jr.
Tho Auto Livery will from this
date rcducn all automobilo woilc .25
hier cent. 1 passenger Inside city
'limits Punahou St., Wyllie St.. or
.Kamehameha Schools, 50 cents; call
ling or shopping $3 per hour; contln
Minus driving $5 por hour; $4 Becond,
I $3 for third. Around island $10, K.
II, LEWIS, Proprietor, Tol. No. 0,
"WB are showing some
i High Class Novelties
in Short, Three-quarter, nnd Full Length. They come in
WHITE, BLACK, CREAM, NAVY, and BROWN. No Two
Alike. Also S.,& a.
Whitney & Marsh
ww wmwaitjn ,i'..:j.Lf. 'U'iriwww"
Mi-"UIU 'U-La 1L-L"gf!
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE ROOMS
Katherine Oliver, Dramatic Recitals
Tuesday, Oct. 13. "The Little Minister"; Thursday. Oct. 15, "The
Confessions of a Literary Pilgrim"; Monday, Oct. 19, "Dr. Luke of the
Labrador"; Wednesday, Oot. 21, "Kinrr Henry VIII". Season tickets for
the course may be obtained at Bergatrom music Company, Wall, Nichols
Co.. R. W. Perkins' Stndio. and the Kilohana Art League.
Pullets and Salmon
The Alameda brought them to us and they are fine,
fat, tender, and juicy. Put these on any Honolulu table
tomorrow and yon could entertain a king. Order Today.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
On Monday, Octobers,
we will show, ex Alameda,
Ladies9 Silk Petticoats
FULL CUT, in BlacK, Tan, Grey,
Pink, White, and Blue. These
are superior goods, with a deep
dust ruffle, and of a good de
Heather Bloom Petticoats
All Colors, wide cut, deep flounce
Wash Walking Skirts
All sizes, from 23 waist measure
to extra large sizes up to 34
waist. Stylishly cut, up-to-date,
at $2, $2.75, $3, $3.50
IT WILL PAY YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE.
, I. B. Kerr &; Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE. ALAKEA ST,
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