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Japanese Employment Association,
Nuunnu nnd I'nunhl Sts. Call up
pliona C97 If you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
M. Ucd, Japanese Employment Of
fice, Alnpal St., near llcictnnla.
( . 4IUS-lm
01 to Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 1563. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-iin
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 62
till Alexander Young Liuildlng.
Ulunk book!) of all runs, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by tho UulletlD
For Wnlanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: 15 a. in., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Btatlous 17:30 . a., D:1G a. m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:1S p. m 320 p. m.,
R:1G p. m., t9:30 p. m., tll:00 p. ni
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
":1B p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kanaka,
'Walalua and Walanae 8:36 a. m..
..5:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Milt
ml Tearl City J7:4G a. m., 8:3G
a. ra., U:3$ a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:31
v in., 5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. ra.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. ni. and 5:J1 p. d.
1 Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday 'Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hout
(train (only first-class tickets turn
orod), leuves Honolulu overy Sunda)
at 8:22 a. m.; roturnlng, arrives lu
Honolulu ut 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stopB only at Pearl City and Wntanao
O. P. DKNISON V. C. ftMITH.
Okas. R. Frazier
ihone 371. 122 King St.
nanureiured from pure distilled w
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
IIA1IU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
at Ail watcnaeaien.
'Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORI and KING Sts.. HosnMn,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O. DARNHART, .
133 Merchant St
OF AIL RINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
AILEN ft ROBINSON,
ueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
m. pinups & co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY. GOODS.
FORT and QUF.E.N 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
063 S. BEEETANIA SI,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUQAB liA
CHINEKY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler wrk
and RIVITED PIPES for Irriirttfon
purposes a Specialty, ParticnlsL' at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California Mild
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage , Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of ' Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MEHCHANT ST,
HONOLULU: iPHONF 310.
Bulletin Businesr Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189
Nathan M, lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. 1103 Emma. 4108-lm
We make a specialty of repairing
ALL makes of typewriters, can
registers and adding machines.
Our repair department Is tho only
fully equipped one In tho Terri
tory. All work guaranteed. Office
Supply Co., Lad., Agents for the
Ucmlngton Typewriter Co.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
Tee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bot. Hotel and Pauahl.
Bcnutiful pieces at very low prices.
Jewelers and Silversmiths,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Uuildlng in first-class or
dcr and connected with artesian wa
tcr. Electric li"'it and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park ots and improved
propel ty at Jiaujla and other prop
King Street, Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Teiriioria! Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
New Picture Hats
They're simply swell' at
Second Floor Boston Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGABJ.
W. C. BEKOIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DBINKI
The most popmar
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Orocer'i.
Wo havu lor talo Back Set Ranges,
size 4 to 9 ft.; llrldgo & Ilench
"Superior Btoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's Hi fillers, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone 211, EMMELUTI1
& CO.. LTD., 145 Ktne St.
PERFECTION R.00F PAINT
Give it a trial, Guaranteed to prove
good. Write 'for booklet to P. 0.
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS,
Is It Any Wonder
that you are sickly and run
down when you allow your
stomach to become weak and
bowels constipated? But
idon't remain in such a condi
will help you wonderfully on
the road back to chalth. It
has been tested for over SO
years with satisfactory re
suits in cases of Poor Appe
tite, Heartburn, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia and Malaria, Try
it. . .,
Tor salo by IJenson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllstor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chamliors Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co,; and at all Wbolesalo Liquor
3cautiful assortment arrived in
the Alameda and1 now unpacked.
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Berctania.
A.Skfn of Beauty is a Joy Forevet
PVl T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OX MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
ItrmmrM Tan, Tlmi lit,
Irtchl, Jlwth Utclirn,
lUb. And Mia liinrtwfi.
nn ft try tiitmitu
ki tooil IM Un
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UmpKu biur J
la 1 ropaljT m'
Irlt or Umllii
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will ue tfc. J.
flnuriiutl'M Trfiim M h i b armful M nl tht
kin rrftrut'-rn." r m! by l Afnei(t t.rt t Tej
Uuud (Jemlrri lit tba Ublttd btls CaruJfc ptnl Luro) t
ttBlT.HO'UslFrco. 3 Unit J.nn Slittl.HtwW
formerly latter for H. P. Roth, b
now in charge of L., B.XERR &
CO.'S TAIL0RINO DEPARTMENT.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The' Baby
notices it instantly,
THE POND DAIRY.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SttK-AND KID GLOVES
BABY RIBBON .
SILK LISLE HOSIERY '
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Boston Baked Beam.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
88 loaves of bread for f 1.00
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
' & CURIOS,
& SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO., Younc;
Building. (Next Cable Office.)
Union Electric Co.,
Harrison' Blk. Beretania St.
U. Bis O tor uoD.larftl
Irriuilmii or ulr.r.tloaj
lit IIIUCOU. PJmbUOM
IVlnlrM, mil not utrlc
fcitj l,r IKiltuQuUf. I
Nulil b DrumUU.1
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the Bulletin office.
cartfs on sale at
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
How Fighters '
Change Their Names .
Tlieer ai6 many lighters conspl-
cuous In tho ring today who nro gen
erally regarded as full-blooded Ame
ricans, but who were born many
thonsand miles .from a natch tit
ground 011 which the stnis and
When l-'rcddy Welsh of England
and Willlo Fitzgerald mot some time
ngo, the fight fans called It a bat-
tlo bctwicn Uncle Sam and John
Hull, although, as 11 matter of laci,
ritzgerald was once n subject of tho
Ilrltlsh sovereign' Just the snem aslKlllowcn, who was for years before
Welsh. Tho latter Is u native of .ls elevation to tc highest plnco In
Wales, while Kit, tho lighting ItarpJt Hrltnln's Judiciary, counsel to
Is proud that J10 Is a genuine sure-
In a way, both Welsh ami Fitz
gerald nre truly American fighters,
berause they bclo'ng to the Ynnlicd
tchool of boxing, neither mini be
ginning Jil 3 enrcer on the other sldo !
of tch sea, although Welsh, after
'learning tho game In this country,
icturned to Wales and 'fought n
number of glovo contests.
Fitzgerald Is by no means the on
ly boxer born In 11 foreign country '
who Is generally regarded as a na
tive Acnirlcnn. For the most pari,
nearly all of the foreign glovcmen
who have como to this country nre
naturalized and Just as earnest and
dutiful Americans as those born- lu
Ireland's Big List.
Ireland has sent scores of noted
scrappers to this country, Including
n number of chnmplons. Some of
the lenders fire Jack" Demnsoy, Jack
McAullffc, Tom Sharkey mid Peter
Mahcr. Most fight fans consider
Jimmy Gardner a thorough Ameri
can; but Jimmy really was born In
Irciaud, although ho learned tho
The Dominion of Cnni-fa has de
veloped a number of champions who
arc. credited with being natives or
tho United States territory. Tommy
Hums, who lost the lnv) weight
tltlu to Jack Johnsuii, was linru In
Hanover, Canada, of French-tleininn
parents, jet when ho mndcTlils our"
or Kuglund and Australia, he was
always labeled ns un American, be
cause lie belongs to Uncle Sam a
school of lioxeiH. Klil Herman Is
not from tho Now York or Chicago
ghettos. Ho was born lu Montreal.
Sam Lnngfoid, the formidable ne
gro middleweight, who will probably
fight Johnson for the title in Lon
don, Is not 11 Huston darky, as many
fight fans believe.' LaugTord was
born In Weymouth, Novn Swotla.
Singularly enough, Novn Scotia
gavo the world another black fight
er who in his day wai head and
shpuldcis nbovu nil) body In his
Ho was Geoigo Dixon, who
flist saw tho light of day In Halifax.
and not 11 Slnto or Territory of U11
cle Sam, as many believe,
Joo Walcott, another New Kng-
lander, camo, from the llarbadocs.
nnd for a number of years was call-
ed tho llarbadocs wonder, so the
mistake was not made so often' lu
i 1.. ....ni... .. it i,,.i.... n,ni iin.
!., in l'J mil IXIIWMIl illtll !Mt
tllng Nelson, the lightweight cham
pion, Is u untlvo' of Denmatk. Hat
Is such a good American today, how
ever, that It is reported that Pie-
sldent Rooievelt Invited him to go
with him on his hunting trip In
If one knows tho real namo'nf
Terry Martin of Philadelphia,, he
won't ho apt to bo under any misap
prehension as to his nationality.
Terry Martin Is an Americanized
form of Marl In Martinson, who li
u nntlvo of Norway,
Nobody believes that Itudnlph Uu
holz Is nn, Amerlenn, nnd they, are
Jnst ns certain jHiat ho conies from
South' Africa, because lie Is called
tho Fighting lloer. As 11 matter of
fact, the liWdy. oung Uuholz Is a
native of Germany, and would havu
had to fcervu In tho Kmpcior'B urmy'
had ho not left thu country before
ho became of age.
This Is only a partial list offor-
ern-bnrn fighters who nro regarded
as native AQierlcans, Tho mistake
wiib never made In respect to many
other lighters who came to UiIh coun-J
try becauto thny started to box In
their native Intnl.
In tho lst nro Charley Mitchell,
Itnbcrt Fltzslmmnns, Pedlar I'nlmer,
Dick llurge, Jabcz White, Splko Itob
fon, Jnlinny Summers, Jem nnd Ho
jo Drlcoll, Iko llrndloy, Owen Mo
lan, Darky Haley, Jnrk Palmer, nil
of Hnglaud, and Young Grlffe, Pe
ter .lackhon, Joe (iodilaul, Jim Hall,
Dan Creedon, Hock Kees, Charley
(Irlllln nnd tliq redoubtnblu Hill
Squires, all of' Australia.
Additional Sports on Page 7
Old Athlete Gives
Good Sport Dope
1'rank A. Small, who was former
ly with lluffalo lllll's Wild West
Show, and now Is the managing di
rector of tho White City In Man
chester, l'nglaml, sends to the sport
ing editor of The World n most In
teresting letter. In It Is Inclosed nil
address on athletics by Lord Alvcr
slone, the present Lord-Chief Juitlco
and High Chancellor of Knglnnd.
Lord Aheratune, who himself wai
a famous runner In his 'varsity
dajs, Is the successor In office to tho
lato Lord Charles Husscl, Duron of
the kngllsh Jockey Club nnd n de
votec of the thoroughbred. It Is so
seldom nowadays that Chief Justices
confess pleasure or participation In
wholesome sport that It Is refresh
ing to note them.
At n recent meeting In tho Inns
of the Working Men's Club In Man
chester Lord Alvcr8tone, In nn en
thusiastic address, gave the follow
ing suggestion In athletics based on
his pcjsonal experiences:
CHICKKT. In my opinion tho
finest game there Is.
llUXXIXd. The great secret ot
good running' Is this run on your
toes; 1.0911 your body well over the
legs, and don't swing your arms
about. Above all, never by any
chance run flat-footed.
1IIOII JUMP In high jumping
many people make the mistake ot
running too fast at tho bar, and of
taking off too soon. Tako off as near
to the bar n )on conveniently can.
For somo reiihon or other, high
Jumping Is not so well dona today
as It was tweuty or thirty years
UIIOAD JUMP. You cannot run
too fast ut n broad Jump. Never for
get that to Jump far you must' rise
tome considerable height from tho
ground, in my young days I used
to practice for the broad Jump with
a thrco or four foot hurdle n fow
yards fiom the take-off. In order
to compel myself to rise. Always
lengthen your stride before taking
PUTTING Till: WEIGHT. Get
your body behind the shot. No
amount of 8(rcngth of arm can sur
flco unless you do this.
THROWIXa T1IK HAMMKIt. 1
very much regret that this has been
allowed to degenerate Into what I
have call "slinging tho shot."- In
Its original and proper from the
'hammer was a weight to which a
rigid handle was fixed, but tho sub
stitution of a flexible wire has turn
ed tho hammer Into nothing more
or foxs thun u sling.
TUG-OF-WAIt. Tho secret lies
'" "j') '"embers of tho team pulling
"",'V,,."'1 ".",, ""L B,u " """
I tiniuiiu, 1 no Japanese nnvo
j developed this sport positively Into
1 uiuii imi.Mi. in nign Hiving it
la enormously Important to retnl'i
,ul r " ' iucr ' ""o "
"'atcr '". ,ho I)rol,er "Itltudo and at
,"1C l"""ler angle.
' Ol CLING
When tho safety hi-
ejclc first camo In I remember that
it win thought -that In racing It
would have 110 clianco against tho
1'-falloncl high bicycle. Conse
ciiiuilly tho latter was actually htm
dlc.ippcd In the early races between
tho two types.
FKXCIXtl One of the finest nnd
hnnlest of all sportB,
HWKDISH DUILL. A splendid
thing. It strengthens all the mus
cles equally and has been one of tho
finest possible things tor our poor
"Them wero no pot-hunters ' In
those days," said Lord Alvcrstone,
speaking ot the times of tho Greek
Olympic sports. Ho demonstrated
by means or qomo very gorid lanteru
slides tho splendid physical Influ
ence ot tho old Greek sports, and
laid particular emphasis on their mo
"Ubo spoit for tho development ot
jour body," he said, "but never des
cend to pot-hunting. Wo do not
want to develop sport for the pro'
fesslunal, nor yet for tho prlzo-wln-
tier, but for tho nmnteur who goes
In for it tor tho lovo of tho thing
and for the, benefit of his limbs.
Ah I'rof. Jebb said, tho body ot n
man has a glory as wel as his spirit.
"As for training, do not Imagine
that n special diet and a stcrent)pcd
routine of training are always ne
cessary. And when training dp Just
enough to keep yourself lit, and not
more, Make your final effort, stretch
yourself to Urn utmost, oil thu day
of the race.
"And now let mo emphasize ibis:'
U jou want to enjoy jour sport, If
you want to look back on It with
A loan of t.OOO on gilt-edged real .
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Fukuroda, Hotel St.
To buy oung chickens of any breed.
Pond Dairy. Tel. SftO. 4411-lw
Clean wiping rags at the Uulletln of
Japanese 1'rhato Cooking School
Kami lie j or hotel supplied with
eooks. C. M. Mntzle, 14C7 Auld
Lano. Phone 16C4.
Shell carved ivory bracelet, set In
gold, between Young Hotel nnd
Knllhl, Ilcwnrd if returned to
this office. I4i:i-tt
A ram at Palamn Fire Station, Sept.
10. Owner can have same by
paying for this ad. Address S!'.l
X. King st. 44ir,-::t
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt'i Candies always
King and Fort Sti.
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home, Sbme rare
chances that you don't find every
Near Domwis; 8 rooms
and bath .'...$5,000.00
Lunalilo St., corner
Six rooms and bath, a
beautiful home 4,900.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a raro bargain 4,790.00
Six' rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,200.00
Near Country Club; 10
rooms and bath; acre
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St., Near Vineyard
Six rooms & bath; right
down town 2,780.00
Near Hakiki St.; five.
rooms. Lot 50x120. . 2,600.00
Sixth Ave, v,
Near.Waialae Road; five
rooms and bath. Lot
50x236. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Colt $3,000.
Owner needs money.. 1,000X0
Fort St., Near School x
Six rooms. Rent $10.00
per month. An invest-
, 'Four rooms. Worth
$1,400 ..'. 050.00
Call in and ice us. Always glad
to show our list.
REAL'. ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
Phone 152, 82 King St.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBINO and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kins: St.: P. 0. Box 914.
pleasure, always compete In tho
highest spirit ot honor. Never win
by 11 trick or by taking any unfair
advantage. Let nil bo In tho finest
'splilt of honor; for that Is how
spoit docs us the most good nfter
A T1IRATKK FOIt SAL15, In tho cen
ter of Iho city, will, comfortable
chairs and complete moving picture
outfit. Will scat over BOO people.
A bargain. The Fleet will arrlvo hi
two weCKsjind this Is an excellent
opportunity to make a harwst. In
qulro Ileal Kstalo Kxchango, 82 S.
A few first mortgages on real state;
12 per cent net; money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
$100 upward. P. L'. Strauch, At-torney-at-Iaw,
Walty llldg., 74 S.
King St. 43SS-tt
Ferns Australian nnd other varie
ties; ul.-'o logs, baskets, begonias
and stcphnotls plants. For par-
, tlculars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, nenr Vienna Ilakery
Six II. 1. Locomobile cnglno, with
fittings for launch; cheap. Fur
particulars apply 10C9 Ilcach
A restaurant; cheap;
Stales; good trade.
lir.O Fort street.
must go to
Desirable mosqulto-proof rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
douald" New llungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380-tt
Largo furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
WIcke, 124S lleretanta Ave.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished cottage and housekeeping
rooms. Inquire Cottage Grove.
FOR SALE KAIMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new house. 4 rooms, bath.
lot 50x116-8 feet, improved, a pret
ty home, tine view ocean and city,
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,200.
v Another, and this one is just what
you are looking for. A real bar
pin; up-to-date style bungalow, 5
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, 50x232 feet; large front
lawn planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds of fruits. Honolulu
can't produce a better for the money
for home or investment. , Price
$2,800. Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
F. B. Munroe. Met.
848 Kaohumanu St.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto, ',
Tired Feeling. .
178 BERETANIA AVE.. neav.EMMA'
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Curios, Sisal Leis, Calabashes, etc.
Hotel, near Fort.
BINQ UP I , j SII
Levy's for Groceries
YOUNG LADIES WANTED.
learn the hairdrccsing trade.
Fort and Beretania Stt.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty 'in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING, OPP. ALAPAl ST.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Lntrtt Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.' J
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