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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909.
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Local and National '
: Numerical List
: Of Automobiles
1 (J 1' Wlldur
2 8 .M n.lluu
3 D I' It Isenberg.
I C S Holloway
6 E Henrique
C V M Cooke
7 J J Mtehlstelu
h W II flalrd.
0 Goo P DCIllSOTI.
10 I' K. Rtchardton.
It C K. nisliup
14 I. M Whltehouso.
15 Geo It Carter
J" K J Lord
18 Mutual Telephnuo Co.
20 J p Cimkf
22 A J Gonsalte.
2J Master J II McCandless.
24 A'cuinder Young llldg Co.
2." un Hnuim-Young C'o.
25 Albert aterhout
29 O It Williams
31 II II Williams.
33 Jus I). Dole.
35 Dr W. L Monro.
3G II N' Denlton.
88 Dr O 13. Wall.
39 Att'd Garage.
13 V W. Oood.ile.
44 n. J. Youiik.
40 E II. Lewis.
47 13 II. Lewis
48 13 II. Lewis.
19 13. II. I.owls.
80 R. II. Lewis
61 Maul Wine Co.
62 Albert MeDougall.
04 A IrWne.
6S Alexander Young.
67 r. 13 Clark.
59 Dr. 13. C. Waterhouse.
00 C. .1. Hutchlns.
ill Dr J. T. Wnson.
iiB A. (lartloy.
07 J. 13. Thompson.
US C. Hedcmnnn.
R V. M. Campbell.
70 Geo C Ilrcltloy, Jr.
71 Win. Welnrleh, Jr.
72 J A. McCandless.
75 Geo. S. Wells.
70 It. C. Stackable.
77 11. II. Trent.
78 J. A Oilman.
79 Victor Uurd.
50 un Hamm-Young Co, Ltd.
51 Andrew Adams.
82 Henry Wntorhouse Trust Co,
hi Judge Hnrtwcll.
iO Ass'd Garage.
87 von Ilnmm-YouiiB Co., Ltd.
88 Geo It. Carter.
i9 Di. J S. II. Pratt.
90 13 II Lewis.
91 J T Warren.
92 Dr M. 0)3iii.i.
91 S Deckor
90 J. 11. Cut If.
97 II. !' Wlchmui
98 II L. Kerr.
99. Dr W. Hodman.
100 C: C. win Ilainni.
101 .1 .1. llnlsor.
102 Geo. P Cooke.
103 W Williamson.
105 Sanitary Steam Laundry.
10C 13 II Let Is.
107 .Hawaiian Electric Co.
log II G. iHlllncmun.
10!) J A. Kennedy.
110 Or II V Murray.
111 Dr W G KOBers.
112 C L Wight
Jl'i Honolulu Gat Works.
Ill Geo P Cooko.
116 I'. II. Dimoii. j
117 13. A Knudsen.
118 L. G. lllackman.
119 B. G Wilder.
120 Dr. C. II. Wood.
121 Mis J. It Gait.
122 Dr. It. W Anderson.
123 13. II. Wodeliouse.
124 1'rniicls Gay.
125 Will Warren.
ISKllauailnn rertlllzer Co.
127 Itojnl D. Mead.
128 It W. Perkins.
129 I'rniik C Allicrtuu.
130 P T. Williams.
131 Albeit 1". Along.
132 M. C. King.
133 Dr. W. II. Ilrlnckcrlioir.
135 I. I S N. Co.
130 J. Lowls Kenton,
137 Geo Davles,
13S Dr. C. II Cooper.
139 It. II Catton.
140 W. V. Dillingham.
,1 It Louis Alliums.
,143 W. T Mi luarrat.
Sll. W J Oyer.
115 W. I) llaldwln
14 0 Dr. A. N. Sinclair.
14 7 G. 13. Schaofor.
US 13 1'. Illshop.
149 C. G. Uartlett,
J50 J. II. Castle.
151 Geo. P, Denlson.
1C2 A. W. Seabury.
1 53 Young Jlros.
154 W. T Lucas -
165 P a Jones.
150 W. A. K. Markham.
167 T. II. Petrle.
16S Geo Ross
169 13. D. Tenner.
160 Hustncc-Pcck Co.
101 Dr, A. O. Hodglns.
183 Dr. It. J. McOettlgan.
104 J. II. Hertsche.
105 Theo. McLeod.
167 J. L. Fleming.
16S Uenrr rroollch.
169 P. W. Macfarlanc, Jr.
170 Mrs G. It. Carter.
171 J W. Donald.
172 13. M. Magoon.
173 John Little.
175 W. L. Whltner.
176 C. W. Otwell.
177 W M. Glflard.
179 Honolulu llrewlng & M. Co.
17S Mrs. II. M. Allen.
ISO Srhuman Carriage Co.
181 I). P. It Isenberg.
1S2 Schuman Carriage" Co.
183 K. I. Spalding.
184 C. II. Ilehn.
186 S N. Klngsbtirr.
187 Theodore Cooke.
1S8 C. II. Cooke.
192 Carl Hedomann.
195 P. 13. Thompson.
196 Geo. Ross.
198 P. K. Palrchlld.
199 P. W. Macfarlane.
200 Dr. Geo Herbert.
201 S. lllckorton.
202 A. Lewis, Jr.
203 13. A. Davis.
204 F. A. Eames.
205 Jns. P. Morgan.
206 Singer Sew. Mach. Co.
20S S. II. Wadbams.
209 J. C. Qulnn.
210 W. W. Goodale.
211 John Waterhouse.
212 John II. Magoon.
213 A. H. Along.
214 L. Tcnney Peck.
215 Manuel Itels.
216 Dr. M. llurnham.
217 Alex. Young Cafe.
218 Mrs. II. C. Coleman.
219 Dr. E. C. Waterhouse.
221 J. E. Jaeger.
222 C. M. ScoUlle.
223 Thoa. Qulnn.
224 Miss A. C. Macfarlane.
226 Geo. Wells.
227 Alfred Carter.
228 G. J. Waller.
229 C. II. Ilollina.
230 Francis Gar.
231 Mrs. C. C. von Ilaratn.
232 J. N. nergstrom.
233 Alex. Young Illdg. Co.
234 P. Klamp.
235 L. Toussalnt.
236 13. D. Tenner.
237 Geo. II. Palrchlld.
238 S. Do Freest.
240 Ewa Plantation Co.
241 J. It. Hornberger.
242 A. L. Castle.
243 O. L. Sorencon.
244 G. L. Hadler.
245 C. II. Morse,
246 J. S. H. Pratt.
247 W. 13. Ilrown.
248 It. M. Cooke.
249 0. C. Deckler, Jr.
260 It. M. Hurtt.
252 II. M. Dowsett.
253 M. Mackenzie.
254 Dr. II. V. Murrar.
255 W. It. Kluslea.
256 II. Itahltn.
257 13. Kopke.
259 J. M. Illggs.
260 II. M. Lawson.
261 S. 13. Moses.
262 J. P. Edwards.
263 T. K. Howard,
264 It. A. Woodward.
2C5 C. W. C. Deerlng.
266 C. P. C. Hagens.
267 E. 11. Koger.
268 It. Mcnaugh.
2C9 P. G, Lowrer.
270 J. Itooner.
272 Hazleton & Lewis.
273 P. C. Sthoensteln. ,
274 M. II. Cooke.
275 James Hnrrub.
276 von Hamm-Young Co.
277 Dr. J. T. McDonald.
278 Gertrude E. Lanz.
280 Gun Schuman.
281 Jessie K. Kennedy.
282 Ilentrlcc Campbell.
2S3 A. W. Meyer.
284 A. W. T. llottomley.
28r. 13. It. Stackable.
287 A. Herbert.
289 Jas. L. McLean.
288 J. A Sllvn.
290 J, C. Castner. '
291 W. L. Hopper.
292 J, II. Arendt.
293 O. II. Stanton.
294 Jas. W. Pratt.
296 C. Montague Cooke.
29C Jas. J. Dowllng.
297 Mrs, John P. Erdman.
298" E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
299. Lt. Stewart.
300 D. P. It. Isenberg,
301 H. A. Wilder.
302 It. V, von Vnlkenburg.
303 John P. Dillon.
304 L. O. Kellogg.
305 S. W. Smith.
306 Mrs. L. W. Wight.
307. W, t. Emory.
rfos A'ntone Ilodrlgucs.
309 Dr. Geo. J, Augur.
3"l4 Dlr. P. S. Morong.
310 Jos. Leal.
311 Prank Lewis.
313 James D. Dole.
316 It. W. Shingle.
31C W. Wider.
318 Dr. O. C. 6,Da
319 E. M Wood.
320 M. B. Miller.
S21 Mrs. V. Knudsen.
322 Wm. W. Hall.
323 Lt. A. If. Sheridan.
32 Mrs. M. K. Klbltng.
3211 Dr. W. D. llaldwln.
326 Mrs. Ida von' Holt.
327 D. H. Maconachle.
328 W. n". Itarrub.
329 E. K. Hull.
330 Walalua Agrlr. Co.
331 C. I). Langhorne.
332 Dr. A. Irwin.
333 A. Henry Afoug.
334 It. G. Leeds.
335 Mrs. P. C. Atherton.
336 Dr. Mackall.
337 Katharine Smith.
338 E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
339 W. W. I.owc.
340 Mrs. J. M. Dowsett.
341 C. A, Hartwejl.
342 N. II. Schuyler.
343 Geo. I. Drown.
344 HustacePeck Co.
345 Mrs. II. M. Allen,
34C A. II. Anthony.
347 O. II. Cassldr.
348 Manuel Sllva.
Stevens - Duryea
It's all you need know about a car
THE IDEAL AMERICAN MAKE
TRUE WORTH of an automobile is based on its ante
cedents Mechanical Excellence; Economy of
Word-of-mouth indorsement of highly-pleased
STEVENS-DURYEA owners has spread the fame of
this remarkable carexpanded its distribution from
Atlantic to Pacific and over seas as well.
New Four Model X, $2750
Light Six Model U, $3500
New Pour Model XXX Runabout, $2850
New 6-40 Six Cylinder Model Y, $4000
Oeo, P. Davles.
P. J. Lowrey.
Hcnrr Mnr & Co.
Oahu Sugar Co.
E. C. Palfrey.
E. E. Ilodge.
A. A. Young.
II. P. Wlrhman.
J. .1. Crockett.
P. M. Swnnzy.
E. A. Molt-Hmlth.
J. J. Smlddy.
Dr, O. P. Strnub.
M. P, Prosper
LEAGUE (JAMES SUNDAY,
The, gnmo between tlin Shafters
and the Marines tomorrow at Anln
Pari; promises to he ns good n
one as has been plaed for some
time. Nob'lhnt w ran hope to see
another seventeen-lniilnK game like
that of last Sunilaj, Tint still the
two teams who play tomorrow nrn
In suih great form and nre so full of
confidence that a close game Is ns
sured. The line-up will bn ns pub
lished In yesterda's Hullo tin,
and unless something unforseen
happens the trams will ho Identlcnl
with the ones that met last time. A
big crowd of spectators Is sure to be
present, and tin' rooting will bo
something to remember. Although
Hie Guards nre pl.ilng nut of town
nt Lcllchun, qulle a bunch of fans
are coin eta make the trip to sea
the game.' The N G,. II. nrn of!
course thy fawirllcs for I bo game,
but there Is many a "slip 'tween cup'
nnd Up," and a yell of Joy would
go up If the Guards nnd Marines lost
to the Shatters and Cavnlry.
II It It
LEAGUE IS LATEST."
Tho latest baseball combination
to, appear on the scene Is the "Oahu
by Stevens-Duryea Co,, Chicopee
Ilaschnll League," nnd this aggrega
tion of star teams Is composed of
the two clubs C. A, C.s nnd .1. A
Cs which recently left the Ilhei
side fold, and three other's. Al
though representatives of the two
clubs attended the meeting of (he
rtlversldcs which was held nt noon
todn), there was no possibility of"
thew breach being healed.
The new league lyis elected lis of
ficers, nnd tho following gcntlcmcij
bavu consented to net ns tho bonni
of hnctroh President, A. 4C. Vler
rnj Vice President, A. C, Mnrcnlli
no; Secretniy, K. L. Andrews;
Treasurer and Mnnager, Lau Tang;
Umpire, E. K. Fernandez; Scorer, D,
Kiipo. All tho nrrnngemenls of tin
league will bo peMeclcd on Monday
next, and It Is prettr well assured
that tly new lenguo will have nt
least five tennis In lis ranks, and
Hint tho games will be played on a
new field. Pnrthei4 delalf wfll lie
published In the near future.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS.
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Tile Mnrullrigs of the mainland
league ore ns follows:
Pacific coast league.
Standing of lli'e Clubs.
San Francisco .."...2C 18 .691
Portland 23 17 .675
Lost Angeles 26 20 .656
Sacramento 20 23 .465
Vernon 19 23 .462
Oakland 16 28 ,364
Won. Lost. Pel.
Pittsburg 15 9 .026
Philadelphia .... 12, .571
Chicago 14 12 .638
llrooklyn 11 11 .600
New York i 10 11 .476
Cincinnati 13 14 .481
lloston 10 12 .466
St. Louis 10 17 .370
Won. Lost. Pet.
Detroit . 16 C, .727
lloston 13 8 .G19
Now York 12 !l .571
Philadelphia .... to 9 .626
Chicago 11 11 .600
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Sealed bids will lie received by the
Hoard of Supervisors of the County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, un
til one o'clock p. rri. July 7th, 1909,
for furnishing ONE TRACTION EN
GINK nnd TIIIIEE MACADAM
Specifications of same may ho had
by nppiyfng to J. II. Moragne.
County Engineer, Llhue, Knunl, Ter
ritory of Hawaii. . 4309-lQi
Cleveland 9 13 .409
St. Loots 7 14 .333
Washington 0 14 .300
CALII-ORNIA STATE LI3AOU13.
StnmllriR of the Clubs.
Won. Lost. Pot.
Stockton 29 10 .741
Oakland 31 14 .089
Santa- Cruz 22 1C .679
Presno 14 20 .360
San IVnnclrco ... 14 2S .333
San Jose 10 2fi .278
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The standing of the local leagues
Is ns follows:
N. (1. II 1.000
Renrh ,. . .800
All - Stars 400
All - Hawaii 200
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JEFF HEADY IN
FIVE MONTHS' TIME.
Jnuiei J. Jeffries will fight .lack
Holler than that bare announce
ment Is the neus given out today
by Jeffries himself that he will be
prepared to light ulthln live months
after the expiration of his theatri
cal engagements with William Mor
ris. Jeffries contract with Morris
has nine weeks more to run nnd
will expire in July. This was the
positive statement given out by Sam
Dcrger, (he big California who is
now Jeffries ilulv accredited and
"We nrn ready now, mid hnve
been .for n long time, to een go nt
far ns to set n definite dato for the
match," Ilerger said soon nfler the
lltt 16 party landed In Chicago. "I;
was Mr, Morris hlninelf who block.
ed our plnns for setting the date for
"The day that we made the an
nouncement that Jeffries would
light wc had n strung argument
with Mr. Morris. Jeffries nnd I
were for stating dcllnllel) when he
Would fight; In fact. vn wanted to
arrange u meeting nod sign .i set
of in tides.
"Mr. Mortis wanted delaj, as he
bellevo It would better seru his In
terests for JcffilcM to keep ipilet and
hae the public guessing out his
"Jeffries was hard to restrain and
would make tho nniintimement
whether or no," according to linger
"Mr. Morris flnitlly agreed to a com
promise whereby the announcement
was to ha made that Jeffries would
fight, but would take Ills own time
about setting the date.
"This Is pnsltlo Jeffries will be
ready within (Wo months after his
contract with Mr Morris expires.
"Mind jou, we do not want to
stnto definitely that lt will be Ihe
months to the day. Jim wants five
months In which to train for the en
gagement. That is ull he asks.
"The club that offers him the best
Inducements will get the mill; that
Is all there Is to It Jeffries, of
course, prefers nn American club
and belluves the battle should be
decided In this c oil n try. Hut should
tin Australian club offer butter in
ducements thnn any American or
ganization Is nblo to hang up, he
would consider such an offer.
"Jeffries does not think that Eng
land will be in the running at all
when It comes to bidding for the
Jeffries was expected" to make u
public announcement of his plans
from the slngo this evening, but he
failed to do so, ,
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C0L0BAD0 SUGAR MEN.
WANT DUTY RETAINED.
COLORADO SPRINGS (Col.), May
6. Organized opposition lo any re
duction In tho duty on sugar Is the
object of the movement started heio
esterdjy by beet-giowcis, sugnr
factory men and business men of
this ill) and Southern Colorado. A
polltlou addressed lo SemitorH Gug
genheim and Hughes has been prc
paied and Is being circulated
throughout the Statu. It bets toith
that biiet-growlng and the manu
facture of sugar Is one of the lead
ing industries of the State, and "any
chango In the tariff tending to crip
ple this Industry would very seri
ously cripple Its prosperity,"
V-- DULLETIN AD3 PAY "M
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF PUBLIC LANDS IN
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, June
7, 1909, at the offlro of W. O. Aiken,
s'ub-ngent, Kahnliii Mnul there will
be sold at auction under the pro
visions of Part 6, Land Act 1896
(Sections 278-286 Inclusive, Revised
Laws), General Lcsees of the follow
(1) The mal.nl portion of the
land of ALAR, containing an area of
217 acres, indie or less, to be used for
Upset rental $26.00 per annum,
payable Kcml-nnnuully In advance.
Terms of Lease, 21 years from
Juno 7, 1909.
(2) The niaknl portion of the
land of KAM'AOLE, rontnlnlng an
nrca of 30,30 ncrcs, to be used lor
Upset rental 25.u0 per annum,
pujable semi-annually In advance.
Term of Lease, 6 j eats' rom June
Entire boundary of land to bo
fenced within six months from Juno
7, 1909, and snld fence maintained.
Tree cutting piohlbltcd except for
fence posts to be used on premises.
Reservations regarding land le
qulred for scttlernenl', Reclamation
and other public purposes will be
embodied In the lAuses.
Tor maps ami full particulars ap
ply nt om.ee of W. O. Aiken, Knhu
lul. Maul, nnd at office of under
signed, Judiciary Building, Honolulu.
JAS. A. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, May 7, 1909.
430.'. May 8, 16, 22, 29. June 6
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by Virtue, of u certain
Writ of Execution, Issued nut of tho
District Court of Honolulu,, City and
County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hnwnli, on the 21st day of April,
1909, in Ihe matter of L. Ah I.eong,
plaintiff, ngalust S. Uchluml, re-
spnndent, I did, on the 21st day at
April, 1909, mnko a demand on re
spondent S. Uchluml, at Honolulu,
City nnd County of Honolulu, Terri
tory of Hawaii aforesaid, for pay
ment of said Execution, nnd said S.
Uchluml having failed to comply
with such demand, either In whole or
In part, I did, on the said 21st day
of April, A. D. 1909, levy upon and
shall offer for sale and sell at Public
Auction, to the highest bidder, nt the
City Auction Rooms, In Honolulu,
City and County of Honolulu, Terrl-
toiy or Hawaii, nt 12 o'clock noon
of Saturday, June Mb, A. I). 190U, all
Ihe right, title, nnd Interest of said S.
Uchluml In and to so much of the
personal property hereinafter de
scribed as may be necessary to satis
fy the snld Execution unless tho
sum of Ouo hundred nnd Thirteen
and 95-100 ($113.96) Dollars, that
being the amount for which Bald
Execution Ibsucd, together with In
terest, costs nnd my fee and expenses
nre previously paid.
PROPERTY TO HE SOLD.
All the right, title and Interest of
said S. Uchluml In and to the, follow
ing described personal property:
1 counter or table; I lco chest; 2
show uises; 2 chairs', G bxs cont
toothpicks; 34 lamp chimneys; 12
pkgB. Jnp. ten, 2 bxn clg. papers; 10
tea kettles (tin); 3 tin containers;
1 box opener; 6 pkgs cnndles; 0 bxs
mosquito wick; C sml bxs candy; 1
bx tooth powder, Ink stnnd nnd pen
cils; 6 small baskets nnd toys; 4 small
look, glnsscs; l sml scale; 1 Igo
scale; lot books, tablets, Blatcs and
receipts; 1-4 bbl soyo; 8 sml bile
sperm oil; 1 bx Jap. cups, saucers,
etc.; lot sml lamps and chimneys;
lot floor brushes; 14 sml bgs t salt:
I bx Jup wood, spoons; 14 smlnlfo
stones; 3 hnnd baskets; 6 tins ran
salmon; 1 tin lard; lot Jap food; lot
shoe Ink; 7 bxs ball blue; 12 glass
Jars; 1 clay Jar; 1 bx Bpoons; 1 bx
Jap chop sticks; 1 Ige clock; 34 prs
Jap slippers; 7 tins baby powder; lot
soap; 2 pes Jap cloth; 1 bx shoo
lute, 2.'l men's neckties; 4 prs men'a
blk socks; 9 prs Jnp socks; 4 men's
suspenders; 8 'handkerchiefs'; 1 bnhy
bib; I rolls wool, thread; 1 Ameil
can (lag; 1 Jnp. flag; 0 rlls hnlr fix
ture; 3 prs Im braces; 36 sml tins
Jnp powder, c tc.
Dated May 6th, A. D. 1909. at IJono.
lulu, City and County of Honolulu.
High Sheriff Territory of Hawaii.
103 May 6-22-June 4.
Sealed hfcls will bo received by the
SuponUors of llio Onunty of Kauai,
Territory of Haw.ll, at Llhue until
two o'clock p, n Juno 2d. 1909, for
ONE NO. 3 AUSTIN GYRATORY
ROCK CRUSHER (CRUSHER
Bidders will state net price I O.
II steamer at San I'runclsro or Elee
IA. Knual, and mention shortest time
J. II MORAGNE.
County Road Supervisor.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Oullettn office.
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