Newspaper Page Text
jggMgnMfy-:--- - WB&&'T
" ,:,-1 ; ' , t 'T:ttMBMHHNBHM.'
' ?. .-.
l,'),T?fl' " fwpfFtWjiFiXi&mi!'T! rVw,1Wfv!WmWmWz'-
9R, -! TJR.T "F ...
EVENING' BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN. 4, 1909.
V r-Wv WMMIII Will W l"IPli i-gJPf - - - ,
mmHBHnmminaBnC'"' j. n
w -? - t yip 'T j
mm- ' c i - : iii
I X 1
W Filth Bring ' V
Poultry Distasis 1 1
jL AtIJ Irknc among fowls br I '
Y making; bouslnrs.nd surround- n I
A lift sanitary 2. lltll Zenolaum gk
M la tlia whitewash pall will wsrlc
K wcjuiers. Tits limit euro for J
acaly legs sail Ilka trouble! la & I
l AttaflcquartwIilrMIM ( all jl
ft) ll, bum. , .1. Hpci;Urrit U
Uf Ki4kiiiNtiH In Id Jajrt wilt kp V
I "The Qraat I..I Tar B.rboll J
T Dl.l.f.otant Dip.' f JR
1 ' Ltd., Agnts 1
SCENIC POST CARDS
Pretty Island Scenes; Souve
nir Post Cards.
TOSI CARD ALBUMS.
in all sizes, made to hold different-size
NE PLUS ULTRA
High-Oradc Parchment Bond.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
At All Watcbdealeri.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts Honolulu.
Standlnfl of the Cupid League.
XMAS IS COMING
Come in and select SHOES for jou
and your children. They are satis
factory; their Prices Reasonable. An
XMAS OIFT will accompany each
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. near KINO St.
Thorobred gull Terriers
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
941 NUUANU ST
Chinese A. C 0
White 8ox 6
Jnpancso A. C. ...5
Aalat 11, Japanese Athletic Club 7.
nven their now nether-leg covorlngB
of snowy hue proved Ineffective as n
mascot for tho Wlilto Sox yesterday,
and they fell victims to the prowess
of the lctorlous Chlncso Athletic As
roclaiton diamond heroes, Thus the
dragons pass to tho head of tho per-
centago column, while the Whlto Sox
nmt the Aalas nro now tied for second
Tho Aalas placed It over the Jap
anese Athletic Club to the tune of 11
Tho following were the line-ups and
C. A. C.
AD It DH SnOA K
Mon Yin, If 4 1 0 1 0 0 0
Sing Chong, ss. ..4 2 2 0 2 4 1
Asnm, 2b 4 1 0 1 2 1 0
Chi Hill, c 3 1 0 1 C 1 0
Apau. p G 1 1 0 1 2 0
Alona. rf 3 12 4 2 0 0
Mark, lb 4 1 0 0 9 0 1
J. I.eong, cf 4 0 0 1 3 0 0
Ako, 3b 3 0 0 0 2 2 0
Black Douglas Oil
Is classed as one of the greatest known absorbents. Its
value lies in its great healing power Without Irritating.
Horses may be treated with it and still worked.
Horses that stumble are sore and stiff and weak in the
legs and tendons, are immensely benefited by it.
There is no known remedy that will do a hone's legs
more good than bandaging them with this oil.
Pottle & Sons, Honolulu
Are Built for Service
We cannot emphasize that too strongly. In their man.
ufacture SERVICE (ECONOMY for the CONSUMER) is the
FIRST consideration; after that comes APPEARANCE.
It is made of white pine. "Hard wood" SOUNDS bet
ter to the ear, but repeated tests have shown that nothing
is the equal of seasoned white pine as a non-conductor of
The smooth, sanitary ZINC LININGS of the EDDY are
not so PRETTY as porcelain and tile, but they will never
peel, crack, or break, making crevices for accumulation of
filth and disease germs.
The EDDY is an Honest, Serviceable Refrigerator.
T. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd.
. ...34 8 6 8 27 10 2
Corrca, lb 4 1 0 0 12 0 0
Sam Hop, rf 2 0 10 0 0 0
Kealoha, 2b G 0 2 0 1 2 4
Kosb, 3b 5 0 1 1 3 G 1
Mack, cf 4 0 1 0 1 0 0
AhToon.lf 3 0 0 0 4 0 1
llrlto, c 4 0 0 1 4 1 0
Tom Yon, ss 2 2 0 2 112
Markham. p 3 2 1 1 0 4 0
A. May;rf 2 0 10 110
s 1909 :
J RULES FOR PEDESTRIANS
Jtulo One Pedestrians crossing
boulevards at night shall wear a
white light In front and n red light
In the rear. ,
Kulo Two Ilcfore turning to the
right or left they shall give three
tliort blasts on a horn at least three
Inches in diameter.
Rulo Three When an Inexperienc
ed automobile drhcr Is made nervous
by a pedestrian, he shall Indicate the
same, and the pedestrian shall hldo
behind a tree until the automobile
little Four Pedestrians shall not
carry In their pockets nny sharp sub.
stances which are liable to cut auto
Rule Five In dodging automobiles
pedestrians 'shall not run more tbnn
icven miles nn hour.
Rule Six Pedestrians must regis
ter at the beginning of each year,
and pay a license fee of $G for tho
prlvilego of lUlng. There shall be
no rebate If they do not live through
the entire year.
Rulo Seven Pedestrians will not
be allowed to emit cigarette smoko
on any boulevard In an offensive or
Rulo Eight Kach pedestrian be
fore receiving his licenso to walk
upon a boulevard must demonstrate
ucforo nn examining board his skill
In dodging, leaping, crawling, and
extricating himself from machinery.
Rule Nine Pedestrians will be
held responsible for all damages done
to automobiles or their occupants by
collision. George Pitch in Collier's.
Excellent scores generally charac
terized the official shoot of the local
organizations of tho National Guard
of Hawaii at Kakaako Range on New
Year's Day. Tho best score was that
of Sergeant T. Evans, who made a
total of sixty-seven points at all
ranges. Ho was closely followed by
Major Riley and Major Rose, each
with a score of sixty-four.
Following nro the ofllclal records:
200 300 GOO
Yds. Yds. Yds. Ttl
MaJ. Riley 19 2G 20 64
MilJ. Roue 20
Cummins . .
7 G 27 14 8
1 0 8
1 0 si
8 9 '
0 2 G
Totals 33 G
C. A. C.
Runs 2 10 0 4 0
U. II l'O 0 0 3 0
1 2 3 4 G G
Runs 0 0 2 0 0 0
D. H 2 0 110 2
Two-base hits. Sing Chong, Apau,
Ross, Markham; bases on balls, off
Apau 4, Markham 4; struck out, by
Apau G, Markham 2; hit by pitcher,
Mon Yin, Tom Yen; sacrifice hits, Chi
Hill 2, Ako, Ah Toon; doublo play,
Sing Chong; unassisted. Tlnio of
game, 1 hour 40 minutes; umpire, K.
Fernandez; scorer, W. Tin Chong.
J. A. C.
All R DH SD
Komalchl, ss 3 2 0 2
Yasu, 2b 6 1 0 1
Sakalno, 3b 3 0
Hideo, rf 4 0
Mlchl, p-c 4 0
Yutnko, ccf 3 2
Junlchl, lb 2 1
Ynmashlro, cf-p. .,3 1
Goto, If, 0
...31 7 3 10 24 G 6
AD R DH SD
Zerbe, cf 6 0 0 0 3
Dallcy, ss G 3 2 3 2
Mucaulay, p G 2 1 2 0
Walkcrf, 2b G 2 1 1 1
Lunlng.c G 0 2 0 9
Souza, U. 4 0 0 0 0
Akana, rf. 4 lilt
Tlmas, lb 4 2 2 0 11
Gomes, rf 2 1 1 l 0
Dreler, rf. 2 0 0 0 0
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ DLDQ
J-uji Liu ' . '; j . i
176-1B0 KINO STREET.
IE vening Bulletin 75c. Per Month!
5 6 7
0 0 1
1 0 0
J. A. C,
12 3 4
0 0 0 2
0 0 0 0
12 3 4
Runs 2 0 3 1
II. II 2 0 1 2
Two-base hits, Kutaka, Liming;
Oirco-baso hit, Tlmas; bases on balls,
off Macaulay G; struck out, by Mlchl
J, Yamashlro 3, Macaulay 9; wild
Pitches, Mlchl," Macaulay; sacrifice
hits, Sakalno, Yamashlro. Tlmo of
game, 1 hour 65 minutes; umpire, E,
Fernandez; scorer, W- Tin Chong..
The sliver cups offered as'prlzea by
the Hawaiian Poultry.vAssoctatlon are
on exhibition In E. O. Hull & Son's
Roosevelt declares he is no butcher
of animals In letter to Smithsonian
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokloy, Jr.
-PHONE.109. . .
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 24.'
Dr. 11. F. Roller, a stalwart North
crncr, who at one time wrestled,!
Frank Gotch, Is anxious to break Into
the boxing game. The following let
ter seta forth Roller's aims:
"Seattle. 'Wash., Dec. 18, 1908.
Sporting Editor Examiner Dear
Sir: I would like to meet the win
ner of the Kaufman-Darry match. I
am willing to box tho winner any.
time from this day on, and the soon
er tho better. You may mako the
match anything from ten to forty
five rounds, as you like, and I am
willing to divide the purse 7G per
Cent, to tho winner und 2G per cent.
to the loser, and In addition I will
wager 11000 on the result. All I
ask Is an oven chance with my oppo
nent and I am willing to box for the
club offering the best Inducements.
"If ou feel that this matter In
worth our while to consider I shall
send forfeit money on hearing from
those interested that the match is
"For reference concerning me you
may consult J. J. Corbctt and the Se
attle Dally Times.
"Youls very respectfully, I
"D. F. ROLLER."
it n n
He Accepts But
Puts Up No
According to the 'TIser, W. C. Tay
lor is ready to meet Peter Stanley
under uny conditions that may be
agreeable to the latter, providing
that he has two weoks to train In.
He has not covered Stanley's money
yet, however, bo it is hardly likely
thut Peter will care to1 talk business
with him Just now.
Stanley has deposited $100 with
the Sporting Editor of tho Bulle
tin as evidence of his sincerity, and
Is1 really out after a scrnp. Though
he has his eye on Sailor Morch In par
ticular, ho has expressed his willing
ness to meet either W. C. Taylor or
Joe Emory, providing that they come
forward und cover his coin.
Stanley will fight at 130 pounds,
rlngsldo weight, for a purse, winner,
tako all, and $100 side bet. He Is
out in earnest, and any one who
means business can doubtless get a
E. S. Darry..
T. Evans . . .
I). Lemon . . .
M. Andradc. .
Kile May ...
M. M. Sllva..
11. Williams. 11
Cpl. Hugo 8
Cpl. Longlcy .... 13
J, Klpa 18
The Cook's Best Friend
Large Fresh Shipment Just In
HENRY MAY & CO.,
Leading Grocers Phone 22
Pvt. Iicncvldas . . 1G
Pvt. Fernandez... 17
Pvt. A'. 8croggy.. 16 19 19
Pvt. Mitchell .... 13 1G 17
Pvt. A. Sllva .... 14 13 14
Pyt. McCann .... 16 18 18
Pvt. Wm. Drown.. 12 9 8
Pvt. W. Oertz .... 7 8 11
Pvt. Nobrlga .... 10 17 17
Pvt. Martin 8 9 19
Sgt. T. K. Evans of Co. A. 1st In
Uantry, made the highest ocorc, 67.
CAPT. A. W. NEELY,
H 8 It
The following scores represent tho
showing of tho thirty highest men at
the caddies' tournament on the links
of tho Oahu Country Club Saturday
morning: David Kopa, 37; Abraham
Nobrlga (scratch), 43; John lllos
som, 41; Ah Fook, 42; David Kaipu,
43; Joseph Pallnapa, 34; Kim Chau,
43; Jim II, 40; Peter Mlqual, 41;
Chong Kong, 44; Ah Tsol, 44; Ah
Pau, 43; Duvid Kalel, 4G; J. Kama
kn, 46; Ah Wo, 47; Henry Kanuna,
47; Joe Fernandez, 46; Ah Fa Kong,
46; Ah Ctilu Chi, 48; Ah Sin, G2;
Punl Ah Kl, G3; Ah Fat, G4; Jos.
Kaltila, G6; Jim Shaw, 60; Ah Fa
Chlng, 63; Henry Doane, 67; Kim
Fook, 76; Ah Chu, 73; Adolph, 93;
Pin En, 101.
There wero two games of baseball
yesterday afternoon at Atkinson
Park. In tho first game, between
the Pauoas und the Ala Moanas, tho
latter team defeated tho former by
u score of 6 to 3. The second game
was between the Giants and Eagles.
Tho aiants defeated the Eagles by
tho score of G ft. Manuel Oomes
pitched n fine game.
It 8 tl
CHINESE NEW YEAR
Tho Chlncso Athletic Association
and tho Students' Alliance will fight
the question of supremacy out on the
baseball diamond on Chinese New
Year. Heretofore the New Year con
test nas always taken the form of a
n a n
Koolau Athletic Club and the Met
ropolitan A. C. played a came of
baseball at tho Hcela bull grounds
New Year's Day. Tho Metropolitans
came out ahead to tho tune of 10 to
A Large Line of Lightweight
at IOC per yard.
L. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Paciflo Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Immigration Inspector R. C. Drown
leucs for Kauai this evening to con
tlnuo the work of registering Chinese
on that Island. No applications for
registration will bo rccclvod ut his of
fice until his return the latter part of
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Dromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Gt. UuU, U, S. A,
HEINZ Q00DS arc famous all over the world, and no
other jellies, preserves, sweetmeats, etc., are so popular.
There are two reasons for this: one is that the best
housewife or cook cannot improve upon the HEINZ QUAL
ITY; and the other is that no one can make them as cheaply
as she can buy them at her grocer's.
HEINZ GOODS give a zest to any luncheon or dinner.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
CONTINUOUS DRIVING . . .
SHOPPINa AND CALLING
SHORT RUNS, FROM. . . .,.
.$5 PER HOUR
.$3 PER HOUR
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Runs. Sffieient Driven. Best Cars, such as
STODDARD - DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE - HARTFORDS 5-SHATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
We repair any make of aubos. We employ the best
mechanics in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
For This Cold Weather
fine Woolen Blankets, white and colored
Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases
YEE CHAN & CO., Ltd.,
PHONE 627. KING and BETHEL STS.
OPERA HOUSE, Jan. 7th and 8th
W. D. ADAMS presents
V.II1GS CABBAGE PATCH"
Arrangement with Liebler and Co,, New York.
,Seats on Sale at Bcrgstrom Musio Co., Monday, Jan
uary 4th, at 0 a. m.