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BVF.NINO nUU,ETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., MONDAY, NOV. Id, 1903.
Chinese Ambassador Is
Received In Honolulu
Ills Excellency Tang Slino-)!, Spe- Hnckfcld dock, to bco the Mongolia
f w a"n t s
Wofcn Wire Mattresses repaired at
' tlio Factory Honolulu Wlro Red i
Co., 1250 Alupal St. Telephone
Umbrellas made and re-covered.
Mlmtn, Kurt near Kukul.
Yee Sing Kce-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., hot. Hotel and Pauahl.
Hi. P. Schurman. Hours 5-7 p. m.i.
221 Emma Square. 4083
BISHOP TRUST COMPANY, LIM
ITED, buys and sells Hawaiian
Ptock.i nnd Bonds. Makes Loans on
Invites correspondence in refer
ence to investments in the Islands,,
or the condition of any Hawaiian
Acts as Trusttc, Executor, or
Collects interest and dividends and
manages estates generally.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
t, 1.MN ...i4 ..a. n..M ...T
!.... "" -Ji-''.-yTCl D1AII
viJAKtj ny millions ot W.rthcr.
bOOTI11 tio CHILD. fcOFTENS
CURBS WIND COLIC, win ii tho
tr DrneitUt In every part of tho
W.Qslow'ji BootbtnttSyrnpond taLo 1
oihor kind. 2SXnU it BotUe. Eg
NEW ASSORTMENT OP
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM-
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillip & Co.
Wholesalo Importer, and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8T3.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.,
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nnd RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilci; Tel. 430.
EMBALM.ING A SPECIALTY
Cor. Kin & Alakea. Phone 411.
AND OTHF.H I'lANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
1C3 HOTEIi ETUF.ET.
PIANO AND ORGAN.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
nnd Tuner. 102 Hotel St. or Ha-
wnllnn Newa Co. For sale, vory
clump, slightly uteri, full Grand
Docker Plnno, Aeolian Organs and
Upright Pianos, guaranteed.
0. ,Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1402 Emma St.,
I teacher of IMano and Organ. Grad
uate of Boston Conservatory.
For house-help, phoneWhite 2891,
Maklkl. General Kmployment Of
fice, cor. Pcnsacoln nnd Iloretanla.
gKyFor 8ale" cards at Bulletin,
Fresh, wholesome, v and of every
Berctania, Alakea, and Union.
At a Discount
are just as easy to get as a good-job
o? painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not -cheap.
Elite Building. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. Nn imitmn
do the work in our Garage.
Von Hamm - Young
KANE0HE BEEF ,
Always on Hand, Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
MR. and MRS.
ing and other
Res. 1707 Li
liha St. above
' School. Tele
phone 1650. i
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
LN KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at Bargain Premises
at Hauula o.n the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
courteous drivers. ,
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
All kinds in rolls and sheets?
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER ft
SUPPLY CO., LTD. f
Fort and Queen Ms., Honolulo.
Tel. 410. Georee G. Guild, GenMgr.
P. L. PETERS
; . Phone 256. ..
The woman on tho right never
used Ayer's Hair Vigor. She neg
lected her hair.r.nd now heraelf suf
fers from noglect. On tho contrary,
the woman on the left has always
used Ayer's Hair Vigor, and owes
to it much of her youthful,appear
anco and attractiveness.
produces beautiful hair. Ixng,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky
hair, free from dandruff.
tnt"i by Or. 1. C Ar t C.. InA .. U.S..
HOTEL ST. near FORT ST.
When you get
us to make
GEO. A. MARTIH,
Only $4 each
Coyne Furniture Co.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets, All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEUICINl! CO., St. LouU, U. S. A.
4000 Green Hoofing Slate 10"xl0".
COO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 2G-ga!lon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.,
145 King Street. ' Phone 211,
-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
clnl Ambassador to the United States
to coincy the thanks of the Chlneso
nation to tho President and tho peo-
pie ot tho United States, accompanied
by Prince Tsal Fu and a retinue ot
nftyllve persons, arrived here on tho
MoiiRolla late Saturday evening ami
sallcd away on tho same steamer for
the Coast yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock. While hero the party was
accorded all the honor due to tho
high rnnk of its leader.
Military honors, consisting nf tho
national salute of twonty-oiie guns,
was 'glvon front the Naval Station ns
the boat pulled In at tho Hackfcld
dock, nnd n military escort of two
companies of tho regular army and
two companies of the National (luaul
cahie to attention as tho ship ennio
ln Secrctnrj' of tho Torijtory n. A.
Mott-Smlth. accompanied by the Gov
ernor's military aides, Llout. Chilton, '
20th Infantry, U. S. A.l Meat. Cum
mins, X. G. II., nnd Adjutant Goner
nl J. V. Jones, X. O. II.; was tho first
to board tho vessel
Scclolhry M6tt's'inlth wns Immcdl
albly conducted to tho room whero
Hfs Kxccllency and tho 1'rltuo wcrn
waiting. Greetings wore exchanged,
and Ills Excellency expressed tho ii-
Ire to call on the Governor notwlth- j
Mandlng tho heWs of the death of tho
As soon as possible the party was
escorted to tho Secretary's automo
bile, and the start vvns uimlc to tho
Executive building, Tho Hawaiian
band played national ulrs as the pa.-.
ty passed, and tho lines of t-oldlcrs '
stood at attention. The troops fell
In behind tho automobile ami march
ed as escort to 'tho Crfpltol grounds.
As tho party approached tho main en
trance, the national 'salute of twenty-one
guns was again nrcd, this tlmo
by the National Guard. The Special
AmbaKsador waited In the automo
bile until the Baltito was llnlsliecl. I
The Imperial 'party1 was received)
la tho throne room by 'Governor Wnl-'
tcr F. Vrear, Svho was' aded In thll
pleasant duty by ex-GoVcnior A. B.
picghorn, llrlgadler General IMward
Davis. U. 8. A. (retired), and Cap
tain Kxton, 20th Infantry, r. S. A.,
commandant of Fort Shatter, and tho
Governor's staff, l.lcuU. Coin. Mai stem
Campbell and ll. II. FIher. Introduc
tions bilng mado by. Secretary 'Mott
Smlth. t.leut. Chlttm nnd Lieut.
Cummins Were also In attendance. I
Governor' Frear and Ills Kxccllency
talked on general subjects of Inter
est for about fifteen minutes, lho
death of the Kmpcror being referred
to. Tho Ambassador spoko of nn un
official cablegram which ho had re
ceived, which did not conDrni tho
news of the death of the Kmpcror.
Tho Imperial party went direct
from tho Capitol to tho Chlneso Con-'
...ii. ..I.- r. .7
sulntc, where, after n snort time,
rr,...... . i. ii m, i .
uoveruor Frear paid a return official
ii n-i. i . iii .1
call. Tho Ambassador and is party
did not remain long at tho Consulntc,
receiving petitions nnd partaking of
refreshment nnd then going back to
tho Mongolia, to spend tho night.
At tho Consulato tho president of
tho Chinese Students' Alliance of Ha
waii, Mr. Tom Ahoy acting as spokes
man for a delegation, presented n pe
tition to Ills Excellency which nuked
that tho Chinese Government devote
a part of tho lloxcr Indemnity to
scholarships In American colleges for
Chlneso students of the Hawaiian Is
lands. The Ambassador promised
thnt ho would do all he could to help
the Chlneso students hero. All boys
educated from the fund are expected
to enter tho Bcrvlre if the Empire.
Tho Ambassador Is a graduate of
both Harvard and Columbia Colleges,
and Is thercforo no stranger to Amer
ica. At ono tlmo ho was secretary
Of the Chlneso commission Bent to
Korea, and headed by Yuan Slo-Kwal
Saw Honolulu Yesterday
Yestordny morning 'Secretary of
the Torrltory Mott-Smlth called upon
tho paity at tho steamship Mongolia,
with nn auto, and took tho Ambassa
dor, tho Prince, and Mr. Chong out
to see tho cltyl Another automobile
wns decupled by other mombers of
tho sulto and the Odvcrnor's aides,
l.lcut. Chilton, 20th Inrantry, U. S.
A nnd I. lent. Cummins, N. G. 11.
They first visited tho ltll. then the' ."" T . V? ..... .
iii.hn., M.,.n. !, ;L (, .feeling glad thnt tho High School
Hlshop Museum, then tho Aquarium, '
and lunched at the Moann Hotel, bo-
ing met there by tho Chlneso Consul,
Following tho noonday function, '
tho entire party drove to the Vino-
yard street home of Mr. Tang Kau.
Interpreter nt the United States Im-
migrant Station, Ills Kxcelloncy and
Mr, Tnng Kau are cousins. There
the iclatlves discussed family mat
torH nnd had light refreshments. They
also had group photographs taken,
.after which the party diovo to Ar
cadia, the beautiful Dutch colonial
homo of Governor and Mrs. Frear, on
Punahon street, where Ills Kxcollon -
cy paid his respects to Mrs,
The party returned to the steamship
nnd Immediately engaged In some
business matteia, and aftor iccelvliig
cables, dlspatrhnd several.
A monster crowd was down to tho
with Its distinguished nnc royal par-
' !in" nwn' for tl10 malnlaml. .Mans
1,ral Chlneso students were received
"ll '"'ir'1 tnc vc3sel b' t,,c Ambnssa-
dorlal paity before the warning whla-
t,t 'i'ndcd. When the steamer left
lho "ock "'P Ambassador was In poi-
scs,8lon of ft beautiful floral trlbuto
'"'" Governor Frear. Tho Amliaa-
8i,,W tntc,t thnt hc wna preaily lln'
prciscd with the attractiveness of
Honolulu and Hnwnll, nnd he nlxo
wished to thank the Tcrrltorl.il nnd
Fedcrnl olPclals for tho many kind
nep shown while tho party re
COLLEGE LOSES IN
HIGH MANAGES TO
Tables Are Turned and Punahon Men
Come Out of Game With a Zero for
a Score Both Sides Play Good Ball.
Rivalrv w11 Continue'
Tflc , g hoo, ,
,,,. rKcvenc 8aturUay nrtcrll0o.
At tho end ot tho second half of ns
hard fought a game as Honolulu en
thusiasts ever saw, tho score stood
10-0, with Oahu College on the noth
Tho High School team won tho
game with ns nice an exhibition ot
Intercollegiate ball ns anyone could
ask for. In fact, tho game was prac
tically flawless on both sides. Slnco
the game of tho week ngo the High
School men hnvo evidently been gct-t-tng
In a lot of heavy practice, for
there was no comparison between
Saturday's showing and that ot a
For ono thing, tho High School
players showed tho effects of a whole,
lot of tackling practice They ap
peared weak In this essential point
tho first tlmo they met Oahu and
they evidently started out to better
i Tho interference of tho High
School men nlno showed considerable
improvement over that In tho flint
game. In fact, on tho whole, tho
team work wns rather better.
The story of tho game is but tho
story of tho one of a week ago with
the position of tho teams reversed.
All ot thu scoring wns done In tho
first half, tho Oahu men showing u
front of adamant in the second which
effectually foiled all efforts of thn
High School lads to force the ball
io the danger, lino.
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the game was scored by Andrews, th(
,,, i. , , , ,. , ,. ,
'"Bh School right end, nfter foui
.,"... , , .. n-i ,
minutes of play. Tho goal was kick'
,.,.,' . ,, ,., .,
The first and only touchdown In
cd and the score stood G-0 with tho
zero opposite tho Collegians. Tho
only other tally was a field goal klck
led In sensatlonnl manner by Clill
jlingworth. With tho sroro at 10-0,
tho High School men seemed unable
to accomplish any more nnd the sec
ond half was largely given up to hold
lug down the Collegians.
On hcvcrnl occasions It 'looked as
though Oahu must senro and the
rooters were all primed for a loud,
long yell. Each time some unfeeling
High School mnn Interfered, however,
nnd the hopes of the Punahous wcro
.throttled In their Infancy.
I Thnt tho Oahu men played good
ball goes without saying. They play
'Cd just as good ball as the High
School boys, hut Fortune was not on
The line-up ot the two teams wns
I ' Punahon Hoogs, Wlllfong, 1.
Gcnovos, Macfarlnnc, It.; Austin, lg.;
II. Hind, c; Chi flui Farm. Goo On.
rg.: U. Hitchcock, rt.J Do Ilrettevllle,
ro.; Will Desha, q.; Ionian (captain)
,lh,i Frnser, White, rh.; IVta, fb.
High School Arhleu, tngalls, lp.;
iKuhns, H.; 11. Chllllngworth, James,
lg.; Pratt, Austin White, c; Saffory,
tk.) Kcllett, rt.; Andrews, re.; King,
q.; McCandlcus, 111 ; Rico (captain),
rh.; Kuwamoto, fb,
n a tt
boys finished on tho long end of tho
i score In tho gamo with Oahu College
Saturday afternoon. Ho has nothing
against tho Collegians; In fact, he
'd,n,lr? "T. Iire,,t,.s!b?t """n..110
sake of sport It Is well to have things
, "', ' , , . '
Is one-sided, the outcome of games
soon becomes n foregone conclusion
nnd, In consequence. Interest lugs.
Such will not bo tho caso In this In
stance, however, niul both teams will
be kept up to thn highest degree nt
" "K'"" ""uw' .1 ""' """"
'Uon ,f vlBllanco will result In an
uvui uuiiillUK uuicui. un it io. inn
outlook for good sport Is most prom
ising. The Weakly edition of the evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Ejch Day. No Ad
vertlsementt Inserted for Lets Than
A young man who has taken n bud-
ncss courso In any local school, to!
tako a permanent position In an
offlco as assistant bookkeeper. Ad
dress "U. D.," Ilullctln oinco.
Uy a young lady, position ns assist
ant bookkeeper or other offlco or
Btoro work. Address "R. D.," this
German woman wishes position eith
er for caro ot children or as cook.
Address "S.," this offlce.
To tent a small low-priced cottage
or tcnl-houso. Address "fy. II.,"
Ilullctln onicc. 4lbl-t
Position' by export bookkeeper' 'and
Statistician. Address "J. Q. 11.,"
Ilullctln offlce. 4090-tt
Small unfurnished cottngo at beach.
'crhia'ncnt. Address V'M. W.," Uui:
Icjtln ' ' ' 41C&-XV',
Scc6rld-hand flat-top desk; must bo
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about Cxlxl
feet. Address with price "P.," this
, baby carriage,
and price to "J.
K.," Ilullctln of-
Press fecdor cf experience. Apply
llullotiu office. 4150-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Ono or two rooms, with or without
board. Apply "II.," this office.
Houkc, 2 stories, fi rooms, 1 ll! Alapal
wear Quarry SI.; $18, water In
cluded; modern Impiuvcmcnts,
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D, McConncll, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished house, 1713 Beach Road.
Apply on premises. 40G7-tf
ROOMS AND BOARD.
THE COURTLAND Is n hlgh-clasi,
prlvato hotel at reasonable rates,
located nt the corner of PunnHoii
and lieretanla nvenuo. It Is not n
largo place; wo'd rather caro will
fcr a fow people than Indlffcronily
Call and Inspect the .beauty, climate ffnd diversity of seen-4147-tf
cryt City folk in want of rest and
Newly furnished rooms with or with
out board. 1013-50 lieretanla St.
Mrs. O. V. Koestcr lost between
Chaflnel Wharf and Postoltlee, n
bag, black leather, containing
about $30 In rash nnd u khaki Imj;
In which there were several pieces
of Jewelry. Reward of $23.00 for
isturn to Mrs. Koestcr, care Dr.
Cooper, Telephone 900. 41Cfi-2t
Last Sunday from tho neighborhood
of Knmohamehn School, ono sorrel
marc, short tall, blaze, face, un
shod. Return to 180 S. King St.
nnd rocclvo reward. 4l,4U-tf
Two photographs of a young girl.
On King street, between Alakea
and Sheridan streets. Finder
please communicate with Ilullctln
A dragnn-lly pin containing opal and
emeralds. Reward on return to
this office 4141-tf
On Kmmn or lieretanla car, or at
JunctlOTi, gold hhlr pin. Reward at
this offlco. 4irti-3t
Clock pendulum, Tleaso leavo at
Ilullctln offlco and rccclvo roward.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
. Hotel St.
AUTO nnd CARRIAGE
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant St. bet. Fort and Alakea.
The Weekly Edition of Che Evenlnn
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Eacn Day. No Au
vertliements Inserted for Leu th.in
i i en ucms.
House and lot, houiso furnished or
unfmnlKhcd, 7 rooms, four cliwt'.,
clectrp UghU and gas, on main
cur line. At n bargain. Addriw
UtoIs. Ilullctln. I15tl-lt
A valuable collection of stamps. Thin
collection Is the pioperty of thu
widow of the luto 11. TV. Iloweu.
and Is tho result of his effort Itti
many years of labor; they can foa
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3511-lf
2.41 ncit'S of ban-inaii and taro land
with good Irrigation foi sale cheap.
Mauka of Old llmt. ltd. and on
new load. Appl Akul, wltli
Kwong Chung I.unj,, Maunaken
and King. 1155-tt
Kggs for hatching, from choice unit
Ings; slnglo comb White leg
horns; flno cockerels, $".",0 him!
upwards. F. II. Krausi, "Itural
nook," Manoa. 1 O. llox 10a.
Four families, nlno In each, ono rinle
nnd eight females, nil puiu whl'.:,
from prUe-wlunlng Htock.
1.. C. AIII.HS.
4147-2w Telephone 1022.
Flno corner tot In Maklkl. Curbing,
walor, fruit and ornamental tre-
and all Improvements. Two inlu
utes' walk irom cars and l'unahoi
College. Address It. P., this offlce.
Automobile, K passenger Queen; In
good order. I. I. Mlehlsteln, 21M.
N. King St.: phono SS2.
Colllo pups, finui pedigreed stock.
rrlec from $10 to 120; femnlo Sly.
Horner's Ranch. 4110-U
CheapCandy store. Owner must
depirt for thu Coast. Fort nnd
Hotel Sts. U5S-;t
Cheap Stable, In
50,000 acres of land In Knnn, Hawaii.
Addtess S. Xnrrls, KnhukU.
What spot in these Islands can ex-
'ceed the irreat Waimea Plains in
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home oi air. David
Forbes, late Manager of KuL'uihacle,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AK0HA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0, Address. Kawnihae.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages wc have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co.:
King "Street near South
Mr. and Mrs,
INC and other
444 KINO ST..
(LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS. CHUT-
Arc Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
The Weekly Edltlcn of t'n Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news cf the day.
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