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rVENtNd UUW.E.TIN. HONOLULU, T. If., TUESDAY, JAN. 23, 190(5.
EXTRA. HEAVY QUALITY ALL SILK
$2.25 QUALITY , gl.50
$3.00 QUALITY S1.75
White and Cream
,$2.50 QUALITY '. Sl.GO '
$3.00 QUALITY S1.75
ALL WOOL, WITH BOEDER EXTRA FINE QUALITY.
$1.75 QUALITY FOR Sl.OO YARD
$2.00 QUALITY FOR S1.15 YARD
White Suede Gloves
FOR EVENING WEAR, 16 BUTTON8 LENQTH.
$1.50 QUALITY FOR 90
8IZFS CM; 6J 63-4; 7; 7H '
Of SHEETS and PILLOW CASES
TURKISH BATH TOWELS
Will begin on
Thursday Jan. 25th,
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
Call at thesDellcatetsen Counter (or choice dalntlei with which
we are at preient completely stocked. There are FANCY CHEE8ES,
OLIVE8, 8AUSAQES, FI3H, OYSTERS, ETC., ETC.
At the fruit and vegetable stand may always be found all fruits
and vegetables In season.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd. SPORTING GOSSIP
Telephone Main 45
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3 ?$f I RAIN.ER ; BOITLING WOKKb I
rBj gi Honolulu. Phone White 11
CHINESE FIELD DAY
Tho Chinese atmetes ot Honolulu
will nartlclnato In a flelil lny tomorrow
This will bo tho first of Its kind ever
nulled oil by Chinese, In fact this I
the only field day that has ecr been
nronosetl by Chinese. There are
Great number of Chinese athletes In
Honolulu nnd they have developed two
of the fastent runners on theno Islands
in En Sue and Akana,
En Sue has entered In clRht cvenn
In tho coming sports and will have mi
hands full to keep up the pare.
The games will be held at the Ho) 8
Field on Llllha street.
Following are tho entries;
High Jump En Sue, 8. C. Pung,
Henry Akl, K. C. Yap Tal Chan, En
Yate, Ah Tal. En l'ul, John Lo, En
I.lm. Chins Yet. Lo On.
100 Yard Dash En Sue, S. C. Pung,
John woo, Henry AKI, llnnc CnacK, T
S. Leong, Tal Chan, En Yate, Ah Tnl,
Geo. Ho, John I.o, Cblng Lun, En I.lm,
Chine Yet. Tin Yan. Jas. Ah Yap.
One Mllo Run En Sue, S. C. Punx,
Von Sou, K. C. Yap, En Yate, Ah Tal,
Akana, Chas. Kin Kong, John Lo, En
Pul, En Llm, Ah Loy Soong, Tin Yan,
Shot Put En Sue, Henry Akl, Hang
Chacck, Tal Chan, En Yate, Ah Tal
Akana, Chas. Kin Kong, John Lo, Geo,
Ho, Eddlo Ayau, Jas, A. Yap, Han
50 Yard Dash En Sue. S. C. Puna
John Wood, Henry Akl, Mon Yin, Han
Chack Y. 8. Leong, Tal Chan, En late.
At Tal, Geo. Ho, John Lo, Chlng l.um
En Pul. Chlng Yet, K. C. Yap, Tin Yan
II. D. Joe, Ah Tung, Ah Sue Chen.
Uroad Jump En Sue, S. C. Pun
John Woo, Henry Akl, Mon Yin, Hang
chack. Tal Chan, En Yate, Ah Tal
John I.c, Geo. Ho, Chlng Lun, En Pul
En Llm, Chlng Yet, K. C. Yap, Lun,
Kong, I.o On, Jas. Ah Yap.
120 Yards Hurdles En Sue, S. C
Punc. John Woo. Henry Akl, Mon Yin
En Ynte, John Lo, Chlng Lun, En Pul,
En Llm. Chlng Yet.
220 Yards Dash En Sue, Hnnp
chack, En Yate, Ah Tat, John I.o, Chlnf
j.un, Chas. Kin Kong, Chlng Let, Er
Pul, Jos. Zane, C. U. Kami, En Llm.
Pole Vault En Sue, S. C. Pung
John Woo, Henry Akl, Tal Chan, En
late, jonn i.o, Tin van
Ono-quartcr Mllo Dash En Sue, Von
Seu, Ah Chop, Hang Chack, En Yate,
Ah Tal, Akana, Chas. Kin Kong, John
I.o, Geo. Ho, Chlng Lun, ICn Llm, John
Woo, Tin Yan, C. 11. Karm, Jns. All
Ono Mile Walk John Lo. K. C. Yap
En Sue, S. C Pung, Henry Akl, Von
Seu, En Yate, Ah Tal, Geo. Ho, Eq
pul. En I.lm, II. I). Joe, Hang chack.
One-halt Mile Hun En Sue, S. O
Pung, Von Seu, Ah Chop, Mon Yin, K
C. Yap. En Yale, Ah Tal. Akana. Chap.
King Kong, John Lo, Chlng Lun, Ku
Pul. En Llm, Ah. Loy Soong, C. 11
One-half Mllo Itelay Orcen (C. A
C.);. White. (C. A. C.)
The ofllclals will be:
Ilefcree, Mr. Ilelner; clerk of the
course, u. . Kong; scorer, Yay Set
Young; timekeepers Ed. Fernandez,
Sam Chllllngworth, Mr. Hunter;
Judges, Track: Wong Chas. Ahfoolt,
Wm. Kwal Kong; Judges, Klcld: En pi
Karm, II. Leach; starter, E. I). Turner;
announcer, E. S. Kong.
Madame Chang Tso Kan will present
the prlzc3, assisted by Miss Lucy Kong
Miss Lily Kong, Miss Constance Res
Year's Day, when ho clearly outfought
their, fflvorltn In fl alv.rntin.1 l.nn.
llrlggs' aggressiveness won him tho
HSiu. iirne was unnouuieuiy me rast
er of the pair, but his epeed was uso-
lpillt nl?Aln tho hrutalnir rniinh flnl.li....
of Hrlggs. At Infighting the Uoston
man Eiiuncu murKcu superiority, and
frequently, drove Erne all over the nn,j
with terrific short- arm punches.
Mysterious Billy Smith hai takt-n
against his wife for a divorce.
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Jack Palmer won the heavywcljhl
championship of England on Decern
bcr lull. He defeated Goeffrey Thorn.
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Kid McCoy Is to start a Jewelry stor
In New York.
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Jimmy Walsh of Uoston wants a
match with Kranklo Nell.
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.Miss Howe, an actress, has brought
suit against Uattllng Nelson for breach
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Spider Welch will leave for Denvet
on the fifteenth, where he Is to meet
Rube Bmlth on the twenty-sixth before
the Democratic Club.
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pick Hyland's match with Young
Mowatt has been called off because ol
the tatter's defeat at Philadelphia Hip
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Geo. "Kid" Lavlgnp the ex-llght
weight champion, will meet Jack
O'Lcary at Laglnew.
Armstrong's record was the talk ol
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That White Rock golf cup Is the fin
est trophy ever ottered for an nthlctli
contest In Hawaii.
All-Portuguese play baseball against
the Infantry on Sunday,
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Hulelwa holds a golf tournament on
Sunday. The Halclwa golf cup will ha
Inter-class field day and tennis tour
ney are attracting nil of Oahu tollcge s
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Company I. of Camp McKlnley hai
organized a baseball team,
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The first dog show held by the ne
Kennel Club will be a money maker.
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Trans-Pacific yacht race will be tlui
largest yachting event In local history.
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The fight for umpire of the Dascball
League nromhes to be a hot one. Also
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After Jinny Years.
k STOMACH -
In tho selection of a medlclna tol
euro you of Stomach, Liver or Howl
el disorders, the Dltters should be
your first choice. Past experience!
has proven Its vnluo In cases ol
HEADACHE. POOR APPETITE.1
INDIQE3TION, DYSPEPSIA, COS-
TIVENESS, GENERAL DEBILITY,
AND MALARIA, FEVER AND
Try a bottto. All druggists.
Free Home Comforts
Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every other conveni
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET3.
THE BULLETIN, 75c per month
New York, Jan. 10. Entries for tin
fourth annual International Ormond
Dayton Ucach automobile races which
closed yesterday show twenty-two In
dividual competitors, with a total entrj
In all the ICG races, Tho touring car
which figured In last winter's tourna
ment has been eliminated with the ex
ccptlon of ono event and In which tho
rcgullar stock cqr figures. In horso
power the entries this year show an In
crease of more than 25 per cent and for
the first tlmo In tho history ot automo
bile racing two cars, ono of 200 and the
other 250 horse-power, will be seen In
competition, Krom the number, tin
foreign cars will bo In tho majority.
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Jimmy Cortroth has been asked to .ic
cept tho management of the San Kran
clsio baseball team but refused.
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There arc four brothers playing base
ball In the Eastern Leagues. They arc
the four I.clahantys: Joo with the lliif
falo club, Tom with the Pueblo, Frank,
with the New York Americans, and J lit
with the Uoston National club.
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London, Jan, 9. The New Zealand
football team, after a most successful
tour of Great Britain, will sail for Now
York January 20.
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Cleveland, O., Jan. 9, Napoleon J.a
Jolo has signed a contract to manage
captain and play second base for the
Cloveland American League team for
the season of 1000. v
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Manager "Honest John" McCloskcy
Will bo at tho helm of tho St. Louis Na
tional Club next season.
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Mr. Stoutely Why, Dick, you look
Sullivan and Hulhul aro training lu
Dick Sullivan, who Is here to box
Hulhul for the lightweight champion
ship of the Islands, Is a fighter of ex
ccptlonal habits. This Is ono flghtct
who Is a credit to the game and you
can travel the wide world over and
possibly never find another like him.
Sullivan neither smokes, drinks oi
swears. He Is nn ardent church mem
bcr nnd never misses a Sunday with
out attending church. It Is too bad
that such a model young man should
have chosen such nn occupation, but
he claims that this Is the only way to
traicl to the top of tho ladder. Sulli
van has championship aBplratlonB and
will never stop working until ho has
reached tho top of tho heap, Sulllvnn
comes with a clean record as ho has
never been defeated Should he bo sui
ccssful in disposing of Hulhul he will
lie given n match with some other good
Doth Hulhul and Sullivan have cfit.
cred training and will get down to
hard work at once. Sullivan Is doing
ins worn at tn! ucalanl lloat Club.
in ioi mp m
Mntsu Yamamoto, tho Japanese at
tendant who has chargo of tho bathing
suits at tho Hawaiian Hotel Wnlklki
Annex, leaves on February Cth on tho
S. S. America Mnru for Yokohama.
Krtim there she will go to her old homo
In Yamaguchl. Matsu has been with
tho Annex six years nnd Is known by
every ono In Honolulu who Is a fre
quenter of tho bathing beach. She Is
wen lined by everybody.
.Malm's husband wns named Yuma
moto and also formerly worked at tho
Annex. When tho war broke out be
tween Japan and Russia Yamamoto
was ono of tho few who went from Ho
nolulu to fight for his country. He
was Hilled In battle March 9th last
yenr. Ills widow Is going homo foi
tho purposo of paying her respects on
the first anniversary of his death.
Doth bcr family nnd tho family of the
lato soldier will commemorate togeth
Mr.tsti has been in this country fif
teen years. She speaks English, writes
It nnd wears American clothes. She
Is going back to Japan, but she is nol
going to stay. She Is now at work
making kimonos for tho visit to hei
native country and will lcavo her Ho
nolulu clothes behind until her return.
Per O, S. S. Sonoma, soiling for San
Francisco, Jan. 30. P. K. Uutlor. MIsi
Dutlcr, Mrs. Tv A. Hays, Dr. N. R. Cox
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sugg. Mrs. W
A. IHaek and child, D. II. Moses, Mlt.il
as If you hnd not had a dinner slnco 1 1 v- McOrescT. J- W. Mason, O. P. Wll
last saw you. ". ' raput "" m nii.
DIck-And you took as If you had ' ,,er,0' S',8' Al?? FfiPlFP
been at dinner over since. I Dosto? aMd jf Mett L'
' ' G. Mclln.
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a ' --i-i-s?-is.-iiv v. """fT
The Reliance Athletic Club of Oak
land will resume boxing, i
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Fitzgerald and Lewis entered the ,
ring at even money. i
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Jimmy Drlggs treated tho Philadel
phia sports to a. huge surprise on New
1 Big Reduction
I In Tuxedo Veils
TUXEDO VEILS, one and a half yards long, In plain black and black
$1.00 and $1.25 QUALITY ....NOW ON 8ALE Q5C
00c QUALITY ..' NOW ON 8ALE GO(i
75c QUALITY NOW ON 8ALE lod
75c QUALITY WITH D0T8 ..NOW ON 8ALE 50d
$1 and $1.25 CHIFFON VEILS. .NOW ON bALE GOd
A LARQE VARIETY OF BLACK 8ILK VEILING THAT WERE
35e, 40c, 45c, 50c ..-. ALL GO AT 25d PR- YD-
At Clearance Prices
LADIES' BLACK LAWN AND INDIA LINON 8HIRTWAIST3,
REGULAR PRICE $1.50 to $2.50 UrtiXS, Mill J
On Sale at 7Sc.
I m now OMtnbllMhed In tho Younij Bulld
IntrnnU hnvo In connection with my
rooh'Sfinmodern oncl welt equipped
I guarnntoo to reduce tho corpulunt or build
up tho thin. Vly system of excorclo
pooka for Itwelf n trlnl will convince tho
PROF. R, A. WOODS
ROOMS 1718 1020 YOUNQ BUILDING
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i In vaiip aiitnmnhlt anrl vnu uillt thtnt- uah Uu .. ..L.
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This carburetor will deereate the consumption of gasoline at
m lease o per cent., mcrcoy savinj ine cost oi caroureior in less man 3
months. A guarantee goes with each one.
can be used on autos or gasoline launches.
j Sclwiiian Carriage Co. '
The King Of All Butters!
The king of all butters, standing upon a pinnacle of unex
ampled excellence, It
California Rose Creamery Buffer!
The delicious flavor of this butter and Its unvarying quality
have won for It a popularity enjoyed by no other brand. We
deliver It at your house In hard, cool bricks.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Retain MAIN 22. PHO NE8-
Wholesale MAIN 82.
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Frtthett H
ISLAND MEAT8. Alto, Garden Produce of all kinds; D utter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turktyt, Sucking Plgt, Bacon, Ham; In fact, tverythln" a FIRtTt
CLA88 MARKET la called upon to furnltn.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Mana?er.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7. FORT BT OPP. Lnvr i n.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pick, haul and ihip your
goods and save you money.
Dealer in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, 126 Kins; St. Phone Main 53
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
WELL MAN! WHO?
Who repairs, cleans and presses, your clothes?
Don't you know that the place to get good work for the least cost la
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Company,
l. F. COLDURN III. Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI DUILDINO.
Bulletin 75o per month