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EVENING tlUI.t.ETlN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAUCI1 22. lflflfl.
BUSIIESS MBECT0RI ,
Japanese male mnl female hlp sup-
piled prnnplh for liny orU 112S
Union SI.: Phone fiTll. 42P.O-1ntj
Dr. Schurmnnn. Hours 8-9 n. r.i.;
1-0 p. in. 221 Kiiinin Hnuari!.
House for Rent
jmi uppuiiuuuy ui scculiui; ti tiiiRC
tix-bo-lroom house thoroughly med-1
cm mid in pood" condition. Fine lo
ration and view.
Wc ask only $30.00 i.er month.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
NO. 024 BETHEL STREET
BENNY S GO, Ltd.,
AGENTS FOIl THE
12CC Foit St.
Mr !n:l Mis
INC. ant! othei
441 KINO ST..
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATT0N 3crve you.
OUR. HOIEL and NUllANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Dsllvarcd to any part of city by
0A1IU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,'
Delivered to residences
nnd offices nt 25c per
hundred ill 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant 6t.
Tel. ltli. ,
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALE11S IN LUMEER.
ALLEN & TI0BINS0N.
Qnccn Street :: :: :: Honolulu
Ufi. Pl.HHptf & Oo,
Wholesale Importer! ind Jobbers
AMERICA M vrtY GOODS
FORT and CLC.-: ST3.
Bamboo Furniture Made, to Order.
Picture FramiiiR a Specialty.
. 5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS'
Improved and Modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity aud de-1
Bcripion made to order. Boiler woxk 1
mv RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, rariicuior ai
tcnticn paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed rt shortest notice.
AMU UTIII-.K 1'lAiNUB.
THAYEn PIANO CO
1CS IJOTKl. HTflKKT.
Phoun VIS. B
'A'oven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Mictorv linmilum Wire lied
Co.. J20 Alapal St. Tolephont-
Yee Sine Ktc--Flumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel mul I'nunhl.
The Very Latest
LAWN, HUSH FABRIC, AND
Fo;i!;n cells for SOc n lb.;
Envelopes. 125 in n 75c box.
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
For Wal.inao, Walalua, Kahttku and
V.'ny Stttlo'ts 0:1S n. in.. 3:20 p. m
IVir Pearl City, i:n Mill nnd Way
Stations 17:30 a. tn.. 'SMD u. tn.,
11:05 n. m., ilS p. m.. 320 p. in.
S:15 p. in., to. 30 p. m 111:00 p. in
Kor Wnhlawa :15 h. m. anil
G:1I p. m.
Arilvc Honolulu from Kahuku,
Wnlaliia and Wnlaimo 8:30 a in.
. r : rt i p. in.
Arrive In Honolulu from Kvrn Mill
and Pearl City $7. 40 n. m., 8:30
u. m., '10:33 a. in, l:4n p. m., '4:31
p in, 3:31 p. in. "30 p. tn.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. in. nnd 3."1 p. in.
t Kx Sunday.
t Siinilitt ()nl
The Halelwii I hulled, n two hour
train tmilv flistLisH tickets hon
oreil) l(aes Huiioiulit evciy Siitula)
at s j a- in retii.-nlng. nrrtves In
Honolulu ai'H' ( p m. The Limited
hi ! mil) at I'cr1 lily nnd Wnlanno
, liPKiriV V C. HM1TH.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we sty it will be. We
'don't expcihncnt on nutos; wc repair
Von iiamni- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILDINO.
At a Discount
arc jurt ns easy to get ns a good job
of paintiiiR at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it richt not cheap.
Elite Hui'dinR. Phone 307.
SHARP SlfiNS attract attention
Alwnvs on Hand. Yount; Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh BuVler and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go,,
King Street Mtrket, Tel. 288
Y0UNO TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
(or all crops, climatio and soil coa
litions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel. 430. ,
Tlie ciftUct match mi Snltmluy be
tween the combined warships 'lint
the Honolulu train i ran 1 ted In a win
or the locals liy the nnnow mm-Rlii
t ten i mix. The Iniiilsmeii made u
total of 12G runs mul the n.illois pll
il up ten less.
There were n ininiher nf Riiccln-
tois present, and thliiRs were livened
itp a lot by the Hawaiian hand,
which played during the afternoon.
mmilicr of ladles dlspetiked titter
lit, on tea and there was also nlcnty
it liquid refreshment for the sterner
Hob Amlcitou, ns usual, was tho:-'
naln8tny In fact, almost the whofo C
igglng of the local team. 111m. J
dxt)-nlnc was n line effort anil ns
irunl he hit all nround the wicket. I
Jnc straight drlvo went sailing ovcr
he ftrcct anil fence on the mnl.nl
ddc Anders.:i was also icsponslblo ley: overs; 3(5 balls; 1 maiden. Id
or the dismissal of live batsmen, midj'iins; 0 wIckoIs; average I.leut.
ill of them good ones, too. .Spalding: 12 ocrs; 72 balls: 1 innhl-
lleaidmme allowed n lot of byes, en; Jt inns; 7 wIcKcts; nvcnige ;..;.
mt ntoned for that by stumping tte: Sutcllffe: 11 ovcis; (it ImIIh; l
three men. which Is a fine record. ' maiden: 33 tuns; 2 wltkets. a.u
Deerr made n good one-hand cntcli.lKe Kir,. Asst. Pnyln. Coopci I ov
getting rid of Cooper. Kgan fielded ti: 21 balls; 0 maidens, jn ,,in.
well, nnd It was n good catch of his 1 wicket; nverngo 20.0.
that got liourdas. COMBINED NAVAL TEAM
Tor the naval team. Padre Sut- Smgeon Ilourdns (Camhiiniii. i
cllffc played an excellent game nml ICgnn, b Vans Agncws !",
canted bin bat out. At the finish. hng. I.leut. Woith (l'lorai. b
with the sallois only rciiulrlng a fow
runs to win, the excitement was In-
ten ?. lloyco wns last man In mid
the Padio Sahib, knowing how weak
the Lieutenant wan at batting, tried
to maneuver the runs so that lloyce
would not have to sit Ike. He suc
ceeded In keeping slrll.e for some
time, but flnnlly was Induced to
make n two instead of u one, mid
that left the populnr lloyce to face
Moisc. who shattered hla wicket with
n fast one.
Morse did letnnrkably well, both
with bat and ball, considering It Is
eighteen mouths since he has taken
rny violent exercise. Co"kburn, who
bowled a few oveis, has n most pecu-
liar deliver) ; It Is very much like ,i I
throw that Is, looking at It from '
Penrson batted well for his 33, nnd
he. Spalding, nnd Sutclirfe wcro the
principal scorers for the warships.
Mr. "Itjcs" sioie.l no less than six
teen runs, nnd this wns added to by
Icg-bjcs nnd widen.
A toiu-ltlng scene was enacted
when dipt. Itcrgcr of the Hawaiian
lUnd led that organisation In "(lot!
npHK original Andrew Pears was a Cornishman
- who kept a small shop in London, making
soap in a small way. He began to advertise on a
scale unheard of, in those times. The business, as a
consequence, grew too rapidly lor one man to
The policy of the company was, and is, to make
advertisements as attractive as possible, regardless of
cost. Their advertising, to date, ha cost over
$15,000,000 advertising that has made the soap
One of the greatest successes was the use
of Sir John Millais' picture entitled ''Bubbles."
Another picture that of the baby reaching from a
bath-tub for Pears' Soap, was originally entitled 'A
Knight of the Bath," and failed to "catch on." An
astute advertising man changed the wording to "He
Won't Be Happy Till He Gets It," and its popularity
Gladstone once exclaimed, to illustrate a large
numerical quantity, ''They are as numerous as the
advertisement's of Pears' Soap!"
So it is with the history of every successful busi
ness advertising is at the root of its success. By
"advertising' . we mean RIGHT ADVERTISING. .
LET US HAVE A TALK
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
1 22 King Street
Save the KIiir" followed Inimcdlale
ly liy "Tlio Stnr-SpanRled llnnncr."
Pl.t) era stood nt nttcntlon on the
field, ami cer)om dorfed their lints
It mil) wanted the third tune, "The
Wcarjn of tho Orccn," to complete
Hvcnono enjoyed theniKelves and
a wish was cxprcsred that some dny
the teams nilglit meet on the cricket
Held nRaln. Tho followlm? Is the
IIOXOM'LU CUICKUT CLl'll
11. .1. Illicitly (c.lpt.), h Spalding 2
N. Decrr. b Spalding
' l. CocUbnrn, ti SpnldliiR
.4. Ilcnriltuoic, b Spalding n
W. Crulli, r. Sutcllffe. b Spalding 1
Ilobt. Andeison, e Coopei. b Spal
C. P. Morse, b Cooper
Dr. Vans Agncw, li Btltrllffe 0
0. Mctllll, l Spalding C
r. llgnn. not out 1
II. I'lddes, e lloyce, b Sutclirfe 2
Howling Analysts I.leut Stan-
Kng. I.leut. Spalding (Cumin Inn I.
I.leut Penrson (Caiiibrlau i. cupt.,
st lleardmore, h AndeiKoii . . .
Hov. Sutcllffe (Cnmbilnui, not
I.leut. Stanley (I'lorn), e CocU-
huin, b Aiidcrton 2
Asst. P.iyin. Cooper (rioriii, c
Deei I', li Andeison t
Staff Kng. Seqiielrn (riiiiu). st
lleardmore, b Anderson 0
I.leut. Mcl.cod (Cumbrian I. li
I.leut. Armltagc (I-lota), i-l
Ile'irdmoie, b AudcrMin ft
Sub. I.leut. Iloco (Cambrian i, b
Leg II) en 1
Howling Analysis Dr. Vans Ag
ncw: S oers; 4H balls: 0 maidens;
111 runs; 2 wickets; avetage fl.ft
t'ockburn: ft overs; 30 balls; 3 maid
ens; 1 runs; 0 wickets; tivtrage --.
McCUl: 7 uvuis; 13 balls; li maidens;
For Pears' Soap
Won tfy liih
The High Si bool came out first In
the AII-Schoi.N championship meet
ing with u sote of 4S points. Oahu
College was second with 32, whilst
the Kams ran Into third plnce, mak
ing 21 points
McKctnle Inokc the Island record
for the 220 j.inH hurdles b) 3-." hcc
uinl. ilojng the run In 27 3-ft seconds.
The It'll )iuds rciord wns cilualled
by Itlce, who carried out the dis
tance in 10 1-ft seconds. In the 220
)iirds lint rnce, Itlce again put up
n giciit performance, doing the
light! of n mile In 23 2-.", seconds.
This ties the Islnud record nlfo. Me-
Cnndless ileared 2H feet 10 3-1 Inch
es In the Jump, mid this wns.n great
In the pole vault Andiows cleaied
in rt r. I,ifh inul wns idicered to
the echo. The wind was high nt
times, but the weather was Ideal for
a snorts mictliig. Tents had been
erected on the ground and .Itipanese
inasreurs were kept busy rubbing
down tholi charges. The. events
went as follows.
.Mile run. Norlon, II S; Whiting,
K; Young. !' Time ":7 l-f
100 )bhI AnAii Itlce, II S; Mc
Kenr.le. K, Sing Chotig. P. Time,
10 1-r,B ilng the record.
U20 )nrd buidles- MeKenzie. K;
Itlce, II S; MtCnmllcsi. H S. Time
27 3-Tis. This bic.iks the Island rec
oid by 3-5 second
110 sard dash Ingalls. II S; Tay
lor, P: Liu a-. P Sing Chong. P,
rttUHi in lltst but wns disqualified for
pausing In fionl if another runner
befoie passing the set limit. Time
2ao ynrd dnsh- Ill-p. 5f S; McKcn
rle, K; Desha. P Time 23 2-fts. Thlfc
Ilea the Island icconl
Half mile inn (llbb. P; WIlhlliB
ton, P; .lohnstone II S. Whiting
flnlslied second, but wns disqualified
for crowding .lolinstono. Time "Jin.
High Jump .MiCanilU'JS. II S;
Aiihlbauni, P. Uolilnson, K. Height
r.rt. r. 1-2111.
Ilroail Jump- MiCnmllehs, II S;
.;. .j. . . .;. - - .j. : ; :
27 runs; 1 wicket; average 27."'.
Cinlk: 1 over; fi balls; 0 maidens;
13 tuns; 0 wickets: ncringo . An
derson: 8 ovets: IS balls: 2 maid
ens; 27 inns; 5 wickets; nverngo
ft. 1. .Morse: ft oeis. 2ft balls; 1
maiden; S runs; 2 wickets; nuuage
Phone 37 1
if W A N T Q
WANTtD I 1UK sitLi.
AuverillCmeiUS UIIUC, hub riLdjiou nuvriicuici ,s uiiusi ., ,,baw...M
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad- One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lets Than vertlcements Inserted for Lett Than
Ten Centt. "ten Centt.
. ... .. I.. IUI. LJ .,.
oung man ns nsslstmit bik , 1 .
pcitiianent position. ildn t
A-12. Hulletlu ot'Jee. t 4i,J ti
Eer)hody lo make money by plant-
. ...... ,..H..tHA In. ,ln,.,.
mg COCOailUlS. I1HII,1U ,u tuuv..
IIox 102 Mime, Knunl. 4!n.tf
Clean wiping ragB nt the Hulletlu nf-
Situation b reliable .tnp.niei-i. 111.111.
will do cooking r.nd liuiitdn. Ad
ilreis Mrttehomnto tlil nlllee.
McKenzle, K; Deslin P
20fl u ;i-lln
HninniPi throw I liUnle
npmin, K; Kiilllhlwn, K.
P. I. 'i
127ft . S In.
Polo Mi'.llt. Aniliews. II S; Ran
dolph Hltcbiot'K, P, Koblmon. K.
Height 1 0ft. .".In.
'Half utile rfelnv won by' UlRh
School. !tosn, AL ('endless, Andrews
mul Itlce ran 111 tin outer tunned.
Officials - ("Icik of tho course, .
II. Ilabbllt. annoiini er. John All-,
dtuws; tlincis. H .M. Aues, l.es Pe-I
trie, nnd ('nptdlu Soule; finish Judges 1
A. I.. C.istle. Ca.it.iiu Vu. uiul V.
WllllnuiMin. field Jndees. .1 A. Until.
Mr. It'iMliiiB and Cllftun Tracy;
JutlKei if the 1 nurse. P llei'kert, I".
Atlierton and Mi Mable; rcfero.
Paul Sii'iei . 't.ntei, I),: Hand; scor
er, .lack Dciiiluiin.
r. 1: n
The rllle ni.itih liot mf on S.it
rtrdin betwu'ii the Cuiubil.iu .ttul
Marines was won b ibe foiim-i li
ti iiinjorlty of ,11 points. The tiinleh
which wns shot at 200, .ion, nnd nut)
)iirds, wni a innsl iitterestinK onp
mnl was kcenl) contested. Snen
shots at each rniiK.woro Hied, nnd
two alMlit. l-n were iillowed.
Chief Petty Olllier Allen put up the
line score of a.1, which turned out
lo be the highest Individual store of
the day. Capt. Pay for Iho .Marines
iniidc a Rood score also, enmlliR with
in two of Allen's record. Sevoi.il
othei iltleiueu iiiade stores of IHKittid
Hie tiveniRe for both tennis was oei
SO. The Cambrian team nvernpeil SS
per man and the Murines SI. This
uas Kood shonlluK, mul the result of
the match was In duubt up till the
The Cainln Inns iiuide 702 And tho
Marines teplbd with 071. Until
teams 1'iijnM'd Hie outliiR. and would
like to me, i .i.iilu If possible, but a'l
the in sli t; .-, I,-,r- fur llllii this
inornliiK ilu' i" Impossible
The Ideal Floor-Covering for
HALLS, BATH, AND
BED ROOMS. OFFICES, AND
The nnlv sanitary, durable
floor covering that is not hard
on the feet. Wc have it in
PLAIN COLORS. GRANITES, I
IHLAIDS, AND PRINTS.
(Social nrices on the Prin
ted Grades,) '
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST. PHONE 775.
New Rubber Tires
Irish Mails, etc,
Coyne Fiirniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
A.. ... . ,. .. Ikl. tjM.flrtrl
I iiu Huso 11. Kiikiih I II P., ioih
plete tuniniK okIim te.tlht 1 clla
ble, e, ono.ni'ii) i.m Ik- ' al fac
tor) of Honolulu 1 e Hi 'I Co,
1 250-1 2"b Alup..i St I. .9-tf
,olln. Ueuuiuc Lowi udalls linpciltil.
1 nnd'i.isc I'tm n Unit ir II.iim
' Uoj,'it. I'll llmiKlit .lllng Hoad.
j I'nluma 4-1' I--1
ili!Rg), liHini's, and niare. veiy
1 -11II-I1. List, perfe.tlv snund Ad
I dn' .N( o," Hulletlu oHIie
Wi I! ruinlsh"! hi ll'rl.ecplnc riHim-.
fine view Apil "ei, Quint) S' .
col A'l a' tiiT.-i f
Newly furnished front room, only 2
n wcelt. Apply 120 Port St.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mis.
I). McConntll. 1223 I'.innm "St.
Two-furnished room. 1071A Camp
hell 1.11110. IJll-if
UHAL HSTATU KSC'HANtli:
Wc hae over 100 loin tor snlo In nil
parts nf the city, Improved nnd
tmlmprmed. bualncsa rltcH.
resMeiiro rlten nnd fnunluK
sites, for prices r.iiilnK from
5o tnSo.(iou: some for cufli
miles, some Tor liistnllnient
ealeii nnd soinu for uxch.ingc..
W'u liatu ovor 00 liotnes for sale, locat
ed In in fry lesldenco section
'of Hi6' city, nnd suburbs; nil
comfortable, come ideRant. on
at Ions terms,' some for spot
cash, Mimp on iiistnllmeut pay
ments, somo for oxchuiiKo, nnd
boino for part e.ish and part
inurtuagu on easy turns.
! Wo can nrranKo to build Imusnii on tho
I Installment pint on lots pur-
I chasetl from us by icspouslljlo
Wo htue n number of Rood exchange
Wo rent Iioiisob and may loeavi
jWu Imo eight or ton prospecllvu buy
ers on our llsta nt present;
peniaps )ou nam just too j
placii Hint would' suit uiiu of f
them. Como nnd teo us.
HUAL HSTATi: HXCHANHU, LTD.
A. V. HHAH, '.Mimnsor.
Ukuleles, Hawaiian Music, Postals,
100 Different View of the Islands,
Souvenir Playinpf Cards,
A Beautiful Souvenir Pook of the
WALL, NICHOLS CO . LTD.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts
1 Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 (rallon ca
I parity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
Rallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
ls 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Raur;e closets and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Me'nl Wuih nnd rimnbinp.Estiinatfs,
Uobbinc uromiitlv executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 115 KING ST,