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EVRNMNO. HULLET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAY 2 J, 1009.
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J. J. Byrne, for eight years employed '
by tlio Metropolitan Mc.it Coin-1
pany, Limited, lis Its collector, 1ms I
established a collection agency nt
Itoom 11 Campbell block. Merchant :
street, Honolulu. Heferctire: 0,1
J. Wnller. 129 Mm1 .
Dr. Schurroann, Hours 8-9 a, 'a,;
3-(p. m. 224 Emma Square,
For Walanae, Wnlnlu.i. Ktihukii and
Way StatlonH 9:15 a. in.. .1:20 p. m.
For Pearl City. Lwu Mill and Way
Station 17:30 A. a.. 915 a. in.,
11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m.. 320 p. m.,
5:16 p. m., J0:30 p. in., tlllOO p. m.
For Wnhlawa 1):15 . m. and
5:16 p. iu.
Arrive Honolulu from Katauku,
Walalua and Wulaiiae H'.3a a. m..
..5:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu (rum Ew Mill
nd Pearl City J7.4C a. m., 8:3iJ
u. tn., 10:38 o. ra., '1:40 p, in., "4:31
ji m., 5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlaws
8:3C n. ra. and '6-31 p ir..
t Kx. Sunday.
t Sunday Only
The Hblclvvu Limited, a two hour
train (only Urate. :isn tickets hon
ored), loaves Honolulu every Sunday
nt 8:22 n m.; returning, nrrlvea Iu
Honolulu nt 1U:1ll p. iu. The Limited
stops only ut Pearl CUy und Walanae
n. p. nicMnov k o. smith.
Alwavs on Hand, Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Chertt.
Sam Wo Meat Co,,
Xing Street Market. Tel. 28b
YOUNC TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try n drink nt the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
' COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kew.ilo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and ofllces at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant &t.
in town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholeial. Importer, and Jobber
AMERICAN CRY GOODS
FORT and Cl'I'CX STB.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
603 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
tuid RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paidto JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
AINU UII1K.H t-lANlia.
ThAYE.1 PIANO COc
Ut HOTEL UTRKBT.
' TTTNINO OHiHANTEKD.
tmjuy u. vtr'HWfiii
Woven Wire Mattresies repaired at
tbe Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
1250 Alnpal Bt.
Yee.SIng Kte-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and l'auahl.
Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 230.
Bulletin Ediloriat Room Phone 185.
now will put you in
a position of inde
pendence later on.
Begin today by
opening a savings
account with this
bank. We pay 4 1-2
per cent, interest.
$1 opens an account.
Bank' of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farnitare Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
CIios. R. Frazier
! !. wtvtnww
hone 371. 122 King St.
BENNY & CO, Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
' Sewing Machine
12G0 Fort St.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
New SUMMER OUTING HAT at
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
P. H. BURNETTE
Coni'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. ' 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310,
THE POPULAR FAVORITES
The Town Constable
A Royal Reception
Evening prices, 25c, 50c, 75c.
Seats now on sale
Thorough ventilation, comfortable
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c, 15c, 25c.
THE ELF KINO and THE MINIA
Chance of proemm three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moioin Pictures
FORT. BELOW BERETANIA ST.
3 TIMES A WEEK 3
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
Reserved Seats 15 cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST 0VINO PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
The ideal paper for so
New stock just in.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near F. 0.
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work.
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
WAN CflONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
M. A. Guust & Go.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
Guards Win The
Tlie Military Lengue scries
nearly pan, and the N. (1. II. Iiy
their win at Lellehua csterdny fix
ed definitely whore the champion
ship wan In rest. It wan n very olmo
gnme, nntl wan (inly decided after
eleven Innings had been plaed The
final Miiro wait N. il. II. 8, Fifth
The Hoards have plu)cd fine
tames mid have won them all, and
even If they shotild lime their re
maining inatcli against Tort Shat
ter the remit of the championship
would not he altered. If the Cav
alry defeat the Marines next Sun
day the two will he lied for sec
ond place, and the ".Don't know
they nre licked hoyn" Iniin Shatter
will occupy the tall end or the pro
Yesterday Hum pitched nine In
nings, and then was repriced by
Ixiln, who kept the other hunch
Micstlng until bin own side scored
the necessary run. Lemon and Sum
ner pluyed good ball and hud no er
mrs chalked up against them. tlron
Inger did excellent work und plnved
up to Ills bent style. (lllou
ICamnn, the battery for the Cavalry,
also did well, and taking It all
around the gnme put up by the Lei
lehuu lads was their liexl effort ho
far In the scries.
The day, although a tilile warm,
was Rood for baseball, nnd the crowd
who went out to Schofleld llarracks
had u good time, and quite kept up
Iho reputation of Honolulu funs In
the rooting line. The line-up (if
the teams follows:
Cavalry flunyon, o; Kamiia, p;
Sheppard, lb; Hates, 2b; (Irnnlnger,
:ih; Walters, an; llutlcr, It; linn
Min, of; Dines, rj.
N. (I. 11. Soares, c; Jlurns and
Iota. p; .Marcalllno. lb; Hushncll.
2b: Smith. 3b; Lemon (cait ), ss;
l.ola and Hums, If; Ku.nl, cf; Sum
Hums pitched S Innings and Lola
2. Hase hits. N. O. 11., 10; Cavalry.
8. Struck nut, by limns, 2; l.otn.
3; M. Kamna, !. liases on balls,
Hums, 4; Lota, 0; Kanma, 3. lilt
Jiy pitched ball, Sumner. .Home run,
Hanson. Time of gamo, 2 hours 2
P. W. Pet
N. o. H r. s l.ooo
Marines r, 3 .COO
Fifth Cavalry .. B 2 .400
Kort Shatter . . . . r. 0 .000
K It It
The cricket match at Maklkl on
Saturday was most enjojnble, nnd
the scores made by the tennis fairly
respectable. Hob Anuerson cap
tained one team and (' P Morse the
other. The Anderson bunch knock
ed up 81 runs, und the best the
Morse i rowd could do wus to lolul
up 44. '
Hal ley made 2T runs In good
style, but really had two Ihes, as
he was run out when he had made '
20. I), I,. Wlthington made n ute. i
fill 19, and Anderson con;ilbuted 11,
ull made in Ills usual Mulshed xt)le.
The feat uro of the match was tlio
batting of two new men, Marliham
and Harriot. They were taqkliim
the gnme for the first time, nnd us
they were given all sorts of expcit
udvlce on what to do before they
went out to bat, everybody was
curious to see how the twain shaped,
Harriot whilst at the wickets teem
ed to think that If the bowler did
not (nit the bull over the plate that
he Was entitld to take u base---that
is, n run. Howeter, he got wise
to the dope und hit up no less than
six runs in fine style It was won
derful lo see the way In which tin
Rwlpcd nt Hie ball mid to notice the
anxious look that came Into his eyes
ns he glanced at the score board.
His debut was certulnly very en
couraging, and be shows every
promise of becoming u useful crick
eter in the future. Markham also
made two runs, which were mote
t hull many of the older players did.
There Is a probability of the Hllo
cricketers making n trip to town
nnd engaging the local men at a
game. The Hlln hunch, think that
because they beat the Pollards that
they uro the real candy, but wait till
they bump up against the ical Mac
kay of Honolulu, and they will ct
the shock of their lives, The store
on Saturday was as follows:
Ilalley, bowled '-''
Capt. Kelly, bowled 14
Wlthington, bowled !)
Anderson, cuught 11
Huatard, caught 0
Mnrklinm bnw'lei'l "".'.'.'.''.'.''.' '.
Tucker ' not out ..' .'...'.'.'.' ..'.'.'.'
Added to the Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
Camden. X.J. "It Is with pleasure
that I add my testimonial to your
nlremlv Innir Hat Intuitu- that it inav
Induce others to nvoll themselves of j
tlus valuable meiii-clne.LydlalM'liik-ham's
Compound. 1 suf
fer cil front terrible
headaches, pain In
my back nnd right
slue, was tired and
nervous, and so
weak I could hardly
stand, l.yilla E.
lile Compound re.
stored me to m-aitu
uud made me feel like a new person.
and it shall always haTO my praise."
Mrs.W. 1. Valkntine. iwj Lincoln
Avenue. Camden, X. J.
Gardiner, Me, " I was a great suf
ferer from a female disease. The doc.
tor said 1 would nave to go to mo
hospital for an operation, but l.)dla K.
l'lnkham's Vegetable Compound com
pletcly cured mo In three months."
Mits. S. A. William, It. F. 1). 'o. 14,
Uox 3U. Oardlncr Me.
Because your case Is a dlfllcult one,
dnctnrs havinir done you no good.
do not continue to suiter without
giving J.)dla J3. 1'lnUIiam's vegetable
Comiiouiida trial. It surely has cured
many cases or ietnaie ins, sucn as m-
flauiniation, ulceration, displacements,
llbrold tumors, Irrt'inilarltles. periodic
pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, Indigestion, dizziness, andtier
vous prostration. It costs but a triile
to try It, aud the result Is worth mil
lions to many suffering women.
Tie) cs '
l-'lddes, bowled t
(Irny, caught 3
MorM, caught 1
Maclean, bowled H
Ayres, bowled ' 1
Maxwell, bowled -
Wlthington, howled 3
Melnnphy, caught 0
Podmorc, caught !
Hies, caught 4
a n u
Maui Has Two
Maul has developed two first-class
polo men for the coming season, and
strangely enough they nro both
from the State of Maine. These new
recruits to the ranks of ixilodum nic
vouched for by-Manager Harry llnld
win, und they will help crente great
tictlon when the contest of tlio fnll
ojiens up A W. Collins and Don
ald B. Upton nre the men. Upton
has had considerable experience on
the society polo team of Scifrboro,
Maine, the conler of the summer
tourist movement and the home of
I lie. great American clam. Collins
has pl.ied before on the polo four
lot Kort Kilrlleld. , famed for Its Aroo
'sook potato balls. Upton and Col
Mlns lime adapted themselves to tlio
. piny of the perpetual summer sen
miii In ktyle that promises well for
I the reputation uf Maul.
THE PARK THEATRE.
llegliitilng this week the Park will
cliantcc piograms three times n week,
on Moudus, Wednesday nnd Krldnys.
The Dirigible Air Ship will go on to
illicit uud ono of the wonders of thu
modern nge will be seen lu ull Its in'
noeveis, "The Itnllroad Detective'
pill be one of the exciting films. The
Illustrated song by fleo. Mllno will be
I'm doing Hack to My Old Kentucky
The band will play this evening ul
7:30 o'clock In Kmma Square, follow
ing Is the program:
Overture Unrest Sporch
(a) Song of the Night Safroul
(b) Scene Hoheino Klitx
The Silver Waves Knglund
(a) Souvenir do Los Angeles
(b) The Tlcluc of tlio Mill
Vocul Hawaiian songs.. nr. by Hcrger
Selection Marltanu Wallaco
Walt- My Lady l.ovo I.lddell
March Hungarian Hilton
The Star Spangled Hanner.
Tho band will, If poj slide, play nt
the departure of the steamers Slboilu
MANILA IION'DS Wushlugton,
May 10. The Mercantile trust com
pany of St I.ouls offered the best
pi Ice, (1,022.80 for each 11,000
o.bond of the proposed Issue of $1,-
2 000,000 III bonds by tlio city of Mu-
""" for m'w,r "n'l wnter works con- J
1 ""iiclltin. This bid was for the'
. . ..
WANTED 1 FOR bALi.
Advertl.ements Under thl. Healing!
3n. Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
vertisement. Intert.d for Lei.-Than
I'nr few moiillis -Nicely furnished
(ottage on Wnlklkl Hench Ad
dress P O. Ilox 2n: 431T-1W
stole on Hawaii.
II it I I e t I n olllee.
Apply No. 8,
Wanted to Kent I'lirnlshed cot
tnge with three bed rooms; re
sponsible party. Address C. (1.
Ily a commercial house, a first-class
bookkeeper, for a permanent, re
Kponblu position. Address A. Y.,
Hverybody to make money by plum
ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants,
Uox 102 Lihue. Kauai. 4190-tf
Clean wiping rags nt the llullettn of-1
During Summer vacation b boy (if
Id. Has some knowledge (if short i
hand nnd typewriting. Store or j
olllce prefcricd. Address Ilo,
lly u young Indy as usslstnut book
keeper or clerical work of any
kind, flood references. Address
O. I)., Hulletln office.
As saleslady or houseglrl.
Itoom 2, 74S Itlchards st.
i broodi. Ho
olllce for re
Lost Hlack leather wntch fob.
with gold seal, uinnogratii W. It.
II.; siiilnble it-ward If returned to
this (illlcc. 43i:-Ct
Pair of glasses
In tlli-lllicd black
Hctpru to this (it-
Large nnd well ventilated rooms to
let, single or en suite. Just open
ed; newly and handsomely fur
nished throughout. The Knuts
ford r(,r' Herelnnln nnd Union
streets. Tel. 1299. 431C-3t
Uirge wiril nnd outbuildings, suit
able for contractor, carpenter, -etc,
Apply, Thu Knutsford, 109 Here-
tanla street. 431C-31
Desirable, tool, mnsiiulto - proof
rooms. Apply 23G King St., bet.
Alnkea hml Itlchards sts.
Itoom nnd boaid Iu private family.
Inquire at 732 Klnnii street, near
Alapla, Terms reui-onable.
Modern R-room house, good
Hon; SIS per month; 112
live. Inqulie on piemlscs.
At the end of car line on the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "S,"
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
flno view. Apply 70C Quarry St.,
cor. Alapal. 4293-tf
Furnished roltnge In Kuplolnul Park
on the bench. Address S Hul
Six-room cottage on Vineyard ft. I
!'. Apply 1280 Kurt st. 4315-3t
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished roomB. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell. 1223 Kmma St.
Furnished cottage In town. Inquire
Cottnge Grove. Phone 1087
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply ro.,Ud.
931 FORT ST.
Brown & Lyon Co.
With HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
or all crops, climatio and soil coa
litions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
uluj Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; TeL 430,
Advertliements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad.
for Lets Than
New piano nnd cottage furnishings,
cheap Apph st'i lieietnnla.
Choice (ollectlon of
1IP41 II ill I e-
20,000 Coeoanilts JiiKt anlved on
Fchogner Cnncoril, from Panning
Island. Miller Snlwip.! Co. I. O.
Ilox C27. 42SS-U
One noil two-thirds aie of coffee
bind, wth lmprnenictits thereon,
Kltunted Iu Holii.ilna Kiiuii. Ha
waii AddieK'. Mi II It.-ll. den.
Ui'lhcrj. Hoik lulu
Small Farms aud
Ilomesteail at iiiiiiui.i. wiiinii
400 fiif fn.ni ltallnud depot,
rnntnluliig S aties oi good agrl
ciiltiirnl laud: ami a Immc'i Ihiiiko
nnd furniture, Im-liiillug lano.
HoiiKe Is luostoih'K high nml
situated (.n the main limorn
meiit lload amiind ho Island.
KIo and a half acres up Manna
Valley, planted with Alligator
Pears, Mungo. Papain and Ha
nana trees. About Itooo norm
of feius, palms, flutters and veg
etables III gu-at variety grow
ing on the plenums. A Cottagff.
Carriage House, Servants' Qu.u
ters nnd Stable, uud two (.ihh!
wells (in the pluec
A lino location for a girdener or
florist. ' PrU e, s:i:no.
About r acres, situate within a
quarter of a mils from the rur
line. A small cottage, chicken
lioure, uUIKI gal. tank, and fenced
nnd cross fenced, tlovernuieiit
water connected, also a well cm
flic premises. About 2 acres uru
planted with alfalfa and abouL
E0 flno 4 ear old cotton lreun
growing there, (iood for chick
en ranch, pig ranch or small
dairy. Price, 13.100.
A Pineapple ranch, red soil, over
100 acres In nreii. till acres cul
tivated nnd planted; 40 acres
with llch dark green pineapple
plants; C acres lu limes, break
f I lilt, papain and assorted fruit
liees; two springs i.ud water
streams with IS ucrcs of rich
bottom vegetable land. WilL
pa) for Itself in two ycara
IS acres of good tillable, land
with cottage, servants' quarters,
water tank and fencing, etc, etc.
Must bo sold; a bargain.
9 acres line arable lands.
About Hi ncrcs, fronting on the
Knllhl street, planted with llmo
nml baiinua trees A licniso of
3 bedrooms, n stablo and chicken
houses and fire fencing on tint
land. Price, $1200.
28V4 ncrcs fine
stream of water
9 ucrcs land, a'-i of which is
rice Inml Willi dwelling unit
thicken house Price, $3000.
82 S. King St.
Henry Wnterhouse Trust Co., Agents.
Pacific Mutual l.lfo Insurance Co..
Honolulu, T. II.
(lentlemen: I herewith beg to no-
i knowledge receipt of our (heck fo
11.000.00 lu pavmenl of the Policy held
by Mrs. W. C. Peacock on tlio life of
the late Walter Chamberlain Peacock.
The proofs of death went forward
early lu April, aud by return mail I
received a check lu full settlement of
the c'aim, uud I now wish to thait'c
thu Pacific Mutuil Life Insurance Co.
through you on behalf of Mrs W. C.
Peacock for tho exceedingly prompt
settlement of the claim
H: J. HUCHLY.
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