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nVDNINO 11ULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. SATURDAY, MAItCH 17, IKOfi
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Oceanic First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3,
All visiting member! of tt
rder are cordially Invited to at
tend meeting! of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F,
Meet every Monday evening at 7.30
& I O. O F Hall, Fort street
E. n HENDRY, Secretary.
ELMER E. SCIIWARZDERO, N O
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I OD3E, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
f:IO o'clock In K. of P Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
srftod to attend.
Q. II. RERREY, C. C.
F. WALDRON, K.RS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
at. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem.
Vrs ot Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
trotters cordially Invited.
C. M. WHITE. C. C.
E. M. COLEMAN, K.R.8.
HONOLULU LODGE SIS, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. 0. E,
pill meet In tbelr new ball, on Miller
Ud Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the E. R,
HARRY 11. SIMPSON,
010. II. ANOUS, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, King
street Visiting brothers cordially In-vl-
M M. JOHNSON. C C.
E. A. JACODSON, K.RS.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNEH
DAY evenings ot each month at 7 30
o'clock In K of P Hall, King street
Visiting Eagles are lnlted to at
tend. SAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
II. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' Building, Fort Street, at
f:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance.
ts desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
tO'JiTT CAMOES No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday ot
Men month at 7:30 p. m , In San An
toalo Hall, Vineyard street.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
A. K. VIERRA. C. R ,
JOHN P. DIAS, F8
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
every second and fourth
of each month, in I. O. 1'.
Visiting brothers cordial!)' InvUed lo
W. C McCOY, Sachem
A. K. MURPHY, C or H.
BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD
bISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Dnggiea and Bad
fla Horses on short notice.
, Carriages meet a' I steamers. Com
Vent drivers, reasonable rates, l
Ktthlclea and live stock
tne Dulletln office.
cards on sale at
pay Fine Job Printing at the Oul
M, B, FOSTER & SONS
have bottled Guinness' Stout
for upwards of Three-Quarters
Century, and guarantee that
Exclusively the Highest Gravity
Most Costly stout brewed by
Hoflschlaeger Co., Lid,
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
Alexander & Baldwin
i. o, COOKE Manager
H. P. Baldwin President
i. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... 8econd Vice Pres,
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
J. Waterhou Treasurer
E E. Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
A cents for
Hawaiian Commercial t Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian 8ugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment oi
AT 1048 50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULl
GAMARA & GO,,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Liolils
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union St. nr. Hotel
NOW ISN'T THIS APPEALING?
FRESH THREE DAYS
"What?" The home-made bread sold
AL'xacJer Young Hotel
Absolutely Are proof, finest cut
Fue, ekginily furnished and the
best it ice.
OAH W. GRAY Manager
Honolulu, T H.
CLEANING and DYEING
We re now nuklnpa tpecUlty of th
Sanitary Steam Laundry.
Pliiino Aloln 7:i
Best MeaMn Town
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
jEAfCRS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NUUANU 8TREET.
-el. Main 266. P. O. Dox 946
Fine Jib Printing at Tba Dulletln
I .Vr-wr!- '. 'tri 'A. I
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LOCAL .AND GENERAL
White steam nutos Stockyds stable
Tr) one of those delicious hot sup
pers at the Cobweb Cafe.
Lutti d s Tarn 1'lour for Balo by Hut
rv Mu) & ( o and C J Da & Co
Island J tins and chutney made by
Mrs Kcarn 184 Hotel St Uluo 1411.
Ncntlv furnlihcd rooms nt the Top
ulir $1 $1 30 and U l'er week. 1213
IIia 1.11,1; Atnltimilwm Mila IrlUlxl fill!
tills mor'nlng'bv the Fearless for Itoal
Itads for ordeis.
Hie man with monej serves "Rainier
lleer to his guest Hints nolle) they
know Its the best.
Chief Clerk C t llucklnnd has gone
to Kauai to bo n witness Hi tlio Kane
Bill election fraud case
Supcrlntcndcat of Public Instruction
Rabhltt will leave for Knual Tuesday,
l ucsutiy (
for n tour ot Inspection I
Clerk Jas A Thompson lias lert ror
Wnlluku to net as stenographer at the
circuit Court term there i
Tho dredger Pacific toda Is pumping
the mud from the harbor Just oir t
Oceanic harf on Maulloln Island. !
Tho Schooner Chas I. Woodbury Is I
nt Sorcnson wharf loading combus-'
tlbles and gemral cargo for Illlo and
In Hnvor, material and burning qual-i
I ties the (lencral Arthur Is evcrjthlng
that u perfect cigar should be Qunsl
Eakln Cigar Co
A dcllelcnr Judgment of JGG4 23 has
been filed against the defendants In
the case of Jas Wakellcld vs Henry
C. and Mar Ann Spalding i
A n.l , l iinni n- stnt nnarv
or marine engineer b nn experienced
liuiti who lan furnish the best of ret-
m-ii.,. A,iiire n c I. . llultetln
Hie j)lalntlft in the caso of Klngham
vs II It T. k L Co linn filed objec
lions nnd exieptlons lo the defendants
bill of exieptlons to the verdict rcn-
dered In favor of plalnllff
Thc bark 11 P Rithet Is anxiously
looked for toda She nailed fiom San
Francisco twent-slxila)s ago and has
a cargo of kerosene oil on board which
will rellce the local famine In tli.it
The schooner Wm 11. Marston nr-
rived this morning from Illlo to torn-
plcte her cargo of sugar for ban Iran-
Cisco She has on board 000 tons and
will load Lwn and Walnlua sugar at
tho Railway wharf.
Work Is npproachng completion on
the new Brewers wharf, the floor be
Ing laid today Blasting "peratlona are
being resorted to on tho Wnlklkl-mau-
ka sldo of the wharf in order to put
down additional piles as tho coral Is
(ound In that locallt) to be very hard
Col 0 V Macfarlanc Is here In the
Interests of the Anglo-California Bank
nnd the Mercantile Trust Co of Cat-
Ifornia to complete tho details of the
trust deed of the Kohala Ditch Co , and
prepared for tho issuo of their six per
rent gold bonds Of the $300,000 of tilt
bonds two-fifths hao been reserved
for Hnwallan subscrlitlons. but they
Iiae an uccn s)nuicaic(i anu unucr-
The schooner Wm F Oarms sails
for Eleclo this afternoon, where sho
will dlschargo after tho schooner Ros-
nmond has Hnlshcd Captoln lapping
of the Oarms feels It Is safer nt Elecle
to protect the charter agreement He
lo proicci me cnaiier uKrcviiiviii nw.
has felt nerfectly safe In thc nnchnr-1
ago oft port here hiving accepted thu
advice of the pilots In regard to the
conditions It has not been determined
uy mo owners in uio inirins wm-iiivr
thev will acicnt a sugar cargo for the
ions! or go to the Sound for lumber
If ou nro Interested In nmatctr
i.. ..... i. 1. 1 !., . i. I.-,.,
dak Correspondence School of the i:nst -
man Kodak Co, Rochester N Y. a
lourte In whkh tarries students step
by step through the various brnuthis
1I11U1UK1UI111) 1UU BilUllltl JIJII1 111V lJ-
nr ilw. uurk until llini nrn r.iti.in n nr
producing satlsfaitor negatives and
prints both from technli il and artls-
He rtandpulnts It treato of both the
trrhnhal and nrllsllc side of photo-
graphy and appeils lo all who are nt
nil Interested In Ihe woik Tho school
Is open lo nil upon mment of two
dollars nnd bliinkB for filling In, to-
gether with full iiartlc ularH may h
obtained from the Honolulu Photo
Out of Dale Plumbing Is Unhealthy
riumbing fixture! and iv items at made and
installed tome vcars ago were very efficient
at that time, but 10 many improvements have been made recently
in sanitation that an old plumbing I) stem is not only umanitarv ,
but is a menace to the health of thc occupants of thc house in
which it ii still in uic.
Is Your Plumbing Out of Date?
Let us examine the condition of your plumbing, in order to
correct defective piping and install the best and most sanitary fix
tures made, namely ".Standard Baths and One-piece Lavatories.
"landAhl Wire Is guaranteed. If this is done, your home will
be healthy and more comfortable. Ask for booklet "Modern
W. J. EINOLAND CO.
PHONE MAIN 323. 121 HOTEL 8TREET.
may mea" omelhlno for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
klU, knowledge, and fitness of the
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the molt nnnroved methods, and.
back of all, we have adequate knowl-
Be ,he e and '" needs,
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Building, Fort 8L,
over May & Co.
(Associated 1'ress Cable.'
RAnlrALq chance tactics
RADICALS CHANGE TACTICS
Moscow. Mnrch 1C The radicals
hae changed their tattles and Instead
of making armed resltlnnio to tho
government, aic partlilpitlng In
ELECTORATE ON STRIKE.
Kharkov, Russia Manh 10 Thn
workmen In twent-two out of thlrt
seven fuctorlcs deillne to p irllclpaia
in tho elections
L0AN AND CONFERENCE,
iIer Mnrch 10 A new Russian
i.,.- n lw i,nilrp,l nnd flftv millions
of marks will bo Issued oflcr the sei-l
tlement of tho Morocco affair. I
JAPAN T0 OWN RAILWAYS. I
T(,m0 .March 16 The bill for the
,intonnllzntlon of the rallwnja 1ms
Im,cii tho 0ct t , estimated that
lnc moa,llrc w require the expendl-
ro of two hundred and fifty million
DUKE 8AL8 F0R CANADA.
Yokohama. March lti-The Duke of
Connnltglt has sailed for Canada
fichTINQ IN NIGERIA
indon. Mnrch 17 -Adilccs from tho
cxpediton to Northern Nigeria rcpoit
Umt , cncounterlng resistance. Ono
t,ousand nathes hae been killed.
,llrlB jjarch 10 Twenty person
Imo bccn injured In afi explosion In
jws MUST LEAVE,
Vladlvostock. Mnrcli 10 The Jews
j11U0 ,)Ccn orjercd lo oine t10 cl
COAL MINER8 ON STRIKE.
Lens, Franco. Manh 10 Thirty
thousand coal miners hac gouo on
First Mcthndist Fnlseonal Church.
locnted corner Heretnnla and Miller
streets. John V Wndman pastor,
Services tomorrow as follows- 0a m
Hcnior i.iague m a in Maintain
urbool and adult lllble chsses: 11 a
m . nubile worshln Pastor preaches.
subject 'Cure for Feeble Knees and
l-nln, iinntti' u .til ii ni rnunrtli
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.I.enguo for Young People nnd their
friends; 7 30 public worship I.. V
McKesson ot Toledo. Ohio the elo-
quenl lay preacher, will speak; suliji ct
' l-llimoiion lix i imi i-riiuiiiirii .ui
Morion Hell the beautiful soprano. In
rhaige of tin tholr A quaitet of Ha
wnllan oiing men nsslst One of Ihe
lending lad) Mipranos of the clt will
slug ai the morning servlie.
Clnrenro Macfarlanc nnnoiiiues that
bis acht I.a P.iloma will lie uavlgnt
ed bj Cuilaln H Rodgers In the com
Ing ocean luee Rodgers Is
known ulong the Coast
If so, the members
of vour household are
constantly risking their
gases w hich pollute the
atmosphere and cannot
help but be breathed by
the occupants. Scucr
gas is dangerous and the
cannot long withstand
its ill effects.
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IRISH SKATERS TONIGHT
Tho skating rink management make
the following offer. In honor of St Pat-
rick's day For the lust exhibition ot
fancy skating, a fine pair of $3 skates
wlllbeghcn Open to Irishmen onlj. I
Competition nt 9 j. m tonight No cn-
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IVIUK UIUU8 Ul jup m
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Toda llaseball at Uascball !!
4- Park. Diamond Heads h.
Sunday. llaseball nt Kaplolanl
Park. 10th Infantrv vs. Mtat
,i p. in. , -r
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HIM rnit rmnrtt
NLLbON VS MCrAUULN
Young Nelson and Jack McFudden
have, been matched b Promoter Klley
'to n.eet lu a lb-round glovo contest at
the Orpheum theater on Saturday oven
Ing March 31st
The nrtlclort call for 128 pounds nt
i! o'clock on tho dny of the contest.
wll be given to the fighters nnd also
their training expenses.
The extra weight will help McFnd
den. ns he was not at his strongest In
the last light.
Xilson Is quite Jubilant over the fnct
that the match has been arranged. Ho
Is quite confident that he will beat Mc-
Faddcn this time. Nelson claims that
lc.cn ins t me. Ne son claims thai
n.'rViM in i Jin?h hi.n '
noliL right In nnd finish him.
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ieison siock nns gone up Bince me
last encounter and every one wnntn to
neo those two lome together torn see-
mid meetlnB and It looks as though
Nelson will enter the ring as favorite.
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certainly stand Nelson In hand
n tt n
There will be a game of Socker foot
hall at tho llaseball Park between tho
champion Malles and a picked team
tiom ihe other four clubs. It will bo
Inteicsttng to seo what tho All Stars
will do ngalnst tho champions. Some ?'". ""J,"" " ,' i' , , press from which It started, printed,
of the Malles have kept up their prac a" "m. J Jc,,,caU', ou.cut, counted, folded nnd pasted. If de
ti,. fni,n,i i..i,i -ri.n ,i, i,.,.i ..nM vvBsningion a uinnuay. Ii..i .i.. r ,t..n. . .i i.-
i'vu mv ..iuiini ui-iii. inv iniiwu iv.itii.
lias not been together,
t.... ll ... In
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Previous to the sucker game the Dia
mond Heads nnd loth Infantry will
! cross bats for a 9 Inning strugglo on
tho baseball field IZaeh will have Its
,'ntnirgest team on tho field IMdlo De
im imin ii um kwiihhiu !
Thcie was to bo n match between tho
.Diamond Heads and L, A. C team but
it- m-S M
that some of the
were working on
owing to tne rnci
llllltl team's men
l'hl da lhe weio forced to give up
I tlio Idea
Thc I. A. C stand readv to meet nns
,team on thc Islnnds nnj Sunday after
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The fancv diving contest of tho New
York Athletic Club turned out to 1,3
.... ,.r .h . i,.,.ii r. - r
the Walci Carnival recently held at
Hip nliiivniinini'il c lull Thu fuel that
Dr Sheldon, the man who won tho
went nt tho 01) tuple games against
some of l'urope'ti best performers, did
not place at nil. itlveg one an Idea of
.lie nunlltv of the contestantH F A
llornnmanu. of the Chicago A, A
lever seen In tho list before
with 1M piln " linn tnear'
win, lot jiuiiun iiiiu ntmai
ns v as nev
win uui wiui in. piiinin linn uiuear
r ii,,ii ..n- M,.,n,i ui. i7i n.,
Wnltcr Lee. of tho N. V. A C. third
with 171 Ii U wortlo- of remark that
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K a I r ,.n erVrron i agal I bn-unan. an,.' umse; ue.uly"may day f'"" l lrlnB tho time It I. be
Tlcniinniann's name. .the short field himself. ' (ltiK printed upon by tho iwoimpicsslcm
n :t n
TO FISH AND HUNT
tlio stianiBhlp Malolo will taKe a
paitj of sportsmen in Itabhlt and lllrd
Islands toda At J 3D p 111 the boat
will sail from tho Illfhop wharf
Tlmo will be llftctn cmplovves of
llaikfeld S. Co, together with othor nctlon of Harvard Ib loiiBldeicd to bo loavis the upper equalizing roller, It In
.fcportsmen, nnd rcprescn atlves of tho (l Kreat icmeesBton, as she Is strong lu ""ntcd (pasted, If desired), and fold
Weather Ilureau and Illshop Mustum. ucr professional schools Valo did uot '' an(' ilropH In'o tho "packer box ' nil
Cnptnln lleibert Ynuug
will he lu
t Imine ot tho vessel
The part) will first visit llabblt Isl
and nnd Hundny morning the) will
pioccid to lllul Island, wlieiu u land
ing will bo made If posKlhli'
Tlio .viaioio win return to Honolulu
Sunday at sundown.
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ABOUT CY RUSSOL
Tho San Joso Mercury has thu fol
lowing to ray about Cy ItUHsell, who
played In Honolulu with tbo i;il team
San Joso now has ono of the best
pitchers on tho Coast and a catcher
who can Bmotncr his twisters, 'i no
latest addition to tho team Is a dlstur-
her, a man who puts ginger In tho
came. Cy Is a great man to ralso tho
dust on tho sidelines, many n run ho
has squeezed In by his coaching, and
many a pitcher ho has "rattled " Thn
crandstand always likes tho drollery
with which "Cy" sends n runner nloug
Last year Cy Kusscll played with
I San Jose, but on many occasions be
- -Itj ttlViiyiikiiili li
(ailed to show up, and tho manngc
ment wns forced to substitute men who
wcro not his equal at short, nil owing.
to bin Innblllty to leave his business In Technically tho Duplex press l
San Francisco. This jear ho line post.'(nottn ,, . ;.nt bcu- !cb ,,erfCctlnc"
fd tlio sum of 50 with Mr. Mnjer to ,"t?,s,n "f "mZivB-htcMw
le forfeited should ho disappoint the le ty,,u f0rnii from w,7ch the m,c".
fans by his absence. , ,'ls printed rest on flat beds. Uy tha
Russell has had a nr ed baseball tor'm ..ttel) . ., , , '
; n7w;T,rB;i i,1; ,,n
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mo uovcrnmeni tenm ni nonomiu uy
has turned down many big league of-
ifer. ns his business has prevented his
I..nii... ii,nm no i,. .ioiin
accepting them, He hag a reputation
as n hitter and a baserunner.
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A spacious and splendidly equipped
athletic field, costing Jl.000.000. Is pro
posed for Columbia University In plana
filed with President Butler by
(lie commiiiec nc nppoinieu some umo
ago to take tho matter up As no
.Rrounu ncur mo wmi-rsii? uiiiiiiing is
nvnllable It Is proposed to make tho
Kiuuiiu ii.u. mu iliini.j uiiiiiiuiK ...
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lltuuuuiu li IB prupuni'il lu lliuiiu lliu
ground by filling In the shallow shore
waters of the Hudson river ns far out
as tho pier head line, between HClb
The consenTor "tho city being neces
ry to the plan. It Is proposed to so -
euro this If possible by combining pub
lic plav grounds with tho nthletlc Held
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mental water gato on tho grounds,
where distinguished visitors may be
received. The stands surrounding the
Held will be designed of steel and con
With this field cif tinilstlnl sl2n Co
lumblo would bo nlile to Inaugurate Its
propoM,,, new polty n r0Rar,, (0 Bln.
, Utlcs by doing away with all charges
IU tuiti muni: 111111 11V HltllllllC LUC
for gato mono) nnd by Inviting the
1080 of , Arm Bn, Nn for ,.
stancc to U9C tllc Brounug ng tll0 unj.
c,ty., BUC()t8i ,ckctll of Bdmlsslon
ten 0lrtrblltcd to thc Bumn nnd
Htudcnts Instead of being offered for
The committee In charge of tbo un-
dcrtoklng consists of flcorgo C. Rlveo,
William Darclay Parsons nnd Daniel
I.eroy Dresser, all alumni of Columbia.
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Nlgll llarkcr, the Australian runnor.''"" ',' l: "i" J" " 7i, ", , . ,
'.. i... .i.,r.,n.i !.....,.-.... a...i.... chine takes place altogether nt one end
ta "enttiVed I foi tta "oi,mplc 8iTmM ot
n j, tl
In Shanghai there Is one of tho
greatest athl.tlc fields In the world on' -Mlng lin-kor.l and forward over
tho grounds of the English and Amurl- hc8 ,,e,U "ru tWO ",n"rc88 " c,llu
can tolony Tho field Is enclosed by a ", n,mi ' nl "' rec procatlng cro-
nillo nnd a half dirt traik. when, tho
Pnlw are exercised and raced In. Ide
J . . f . , , T,i
'"" ,18 " ""' n "HC K,J, 'il
tho running track are four" cricket
creases, two baseball diamonds, a
koclter and a Rugby football field and
two polo courts.
1 jj jt s:
Old 'Cap' Anson who Is now City
Clerk of Chicago, cannot break nwny
iron, baseball and has leased a park
Mu Chiiugo which will bo tho homo of
the Whltu City semi piofesslonal club
Anao- mauago the team and ...
take a tiiin at llrst base to show tho
o'"filer how the position should he
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The Lexlniiton University has with
drawn from all coIIcko athletic s.
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.Il.llll f5nn.. iintiul rnr 1.1a nlillllv n
n llrut liiiHPinnii m.iv fnruiilm II... Inl
"' Hummer for tho position
' Hho.tto,i on hit (lran.l Itaplds Ctn-
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Ira Lcokuo team. Game has been un
"l" '8 a man whoso qunllfleii-
Hon. as a shortstop aro fully Known
11,. imu ninniiv ,.,ini,i n irnnii drat
IIS II II
New Haven. Conn, Teb. 12. Tho an
liouniement wan niado at Valo today
libnt Harvard has accepted tbo propo
sltlnii of Yalo niuilu nt thu nthletlc
(onfirence held here last weeU that
studintH In professional schools be do
barred from membership on university
learns. I'rIncUoii has alriady nccpil
o.i m ihn urnnnsliliiii in Yniii thn
have ho man to draw from, and
l'llnccton Is tho Ralncr. having do-
ponded alnioBl whollv upon her ara
demlc departmvnt for athlctcB. A fur
tlier niinounieiuent mado at Yale is
that training table expense a of her
nthlitlc teams will be greatly reduced,
lhe ,t.forms to begin with tho bai.0
ball nnd crew squads
Every tourist should take home one
of our Aloha Collections ot 43 Hawaii
an songs. Price $1.S0
WALL, NICHOLS CO , LI D.
It Is stated that ten persons have
rft the orthodox church of Uussla and
i,ifP,i v.mi the Swedish l.nihernn Si
Catn.rlne.g conKreEOtlon In St I'ctcu-
"tiiarine 1 s congregation in hi 1 eieu
burg. When the new members wcie
received by the pastor of the congre
gallon, thc church wag filled to Its ut-
piost capacity. These ten persons woro
ihe first who took advantage of thtt
Czar's late ukase giving religious fieo
ttt&iihitiianaiiiiiifti itlrrJ.'..i:m' lu.,.
DUPLEX PERFECTING PRESS
(Continued from Paae 1.)
tlon, Irom Paris, Frame, where tha
foreign edition of tho New York Her
ald guea out to Its readers from a
'press similar to that which will print
the lliitletln to Valparaiso de Chile,
whcie a second Duplex has latol been
erected to help in spreading the iicwh
The rtulletln a press Is a combln i
tlon of all that Is best in the Duplex
hka, lining In tho words of the manu
facturers, the latest thing produced In
tho Duplex line. haWtig all the most
the press DPsr.Rin.ED.
Wr Vd Is a continuous web of pa-
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Iro, Rh,,c,g A.,.l ihn form "nprfet t.
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I"ew.. ecry detail It will print at
.ono llmo either four, six or clht
pages oi six or seven columns, ml,
pasted) folded nnd counted automati
It la a solid, substantial structure,
weighing 24.000 pounds. It rests upon
a nollil foundation to avoid vibration.
wiui a pii nix anu n nan reel deep tin-
dcr It. to enable tho pressman to nh-
toln nrrcss to all Darts for cleaning.
inline anu nuenuance.
qNE BIG ROLL OF PAPER
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print A four, six or eight pnge news-
' W " r Tbo r
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roll for an
es w Ide and
weighs ubout 1,000 pounds The rolln
for this press were Imported by tho
paper department of the Hawaiian
When tho press Is all rend) for the
parcr tho process of running It thtougli
is called "threading up." The paper In
started from tho roll, passing two or
throo "Idlers" Into the feed tapes,
thence through the lower bed. whero
till) first Impression Is made, then uti
and through the upper bed. where the
last impression Is made, there being
rei or lour pages on encu ueu, inns
nrlnllnc- nil pichi nniro. n Tin.
Uulcltln nt once. From tlie printing
end of the press It pnsses on to tho
'folder, where It Is cut. pasted, folded
nnd counted nnd ready for the carrier
boy and the malls.
READY IN A FEW MINUTES.
Tnc work of putting the eight forms
on tho press nnd locking them In for
printing, consumes less than ten min
utes, nnd the press Is then ready to
, begin work. Tbo power being on, the.
isvur is puueu, tne macuincry on mu
press moves and the paper on the roll
continues on Its way through the press,
coming back to the same cud of thu
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two statlonnry horizontal beds already
mentioned, on which thu pages of
,jr'? . ". V1'
"' " ""' rrying ioi era logiiiuv mo
lnrt1IBh,n ""'S' "le "fT,
prints n newspaper with ever) half
revolution of the driving wheel halt
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rlR '' ml ,,nlf "" J1'0 "Pl'er bed ns ho
I,0'' nn,,,8;!, ro,,,m., l0".n,;ll ,h,0 ,foldVr-
Thcro Is thus left nn Intervnl for tho
'K to dry between the Impression on
" K,U.r'". ,,n,".',r "f "lu ,owcr c",lcr
nn,) ,lint of ,1,p l,,ncr
A MOST INOENIUS DEVICE.
' A most lngenUis device of the pi .mm,
lj f.1' "'j1'"" 'VTolaT"!,'!.;
leiitlon than the rotar) ttcreut)w
ihy which a portion of tho web Is stun
Iped to recelvo the Impression from tho
type, while, at thu samo time tho paper
Is ccntlnuously interim; tho machine
from tho roll lit one end nnd passim;
btCBlllly llllO tllO folder nt tllO Other
ll Clf ItS COIlrSO Tills Is n( llllllplisll-
?'' y looping rollers operated bv ecp.a
; m, ' receive the constant.
I tiwnnilniF tiniuim nl Hui im. Hiitr
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- ly niomlnB papers, at tho same tlmo
clc.1 verlnq tl e constontly ciirfiOliiB web
loo pine rolls reiiinlns stntlonan In Its
ilolUcriiitr tl c constantly (iircolnc weh
vj ill-ill-. .
I Immediately after tho Impressions
"' ll,'ll n'"l ht prlntliiK Is done by
',e cylln'lc.r ' ,ll(,r ,r'"el ' ellllt,r
direction, that portion cif tho web
lilili hoa been stopped is moved lor-
wnri1 "ie 1'roper distance to brine; suf-
I1,11'1" blank paper for the next lin-
Presslon, or tho printing of tho next
paper After tho printed web or papei
lonipieieu ami itauy ior mu man ciein
CHANGE OF SIZE.
To chnngo from a four to a nl nr
tight pago size, no attachments what
ever aro necessary It Is done simply
b) tho arrangement of tho pago f 01 nib
upon tho beds of the picas This elas
ticity of capnclt) will enable The Hul
lo In to var Its size, If desire, In ac
cordance with the pressuro of now 11
and advertising upon Its columns.
It Is easllj the best thu strongest,
swiftest, hlmplest In construction and
most satisfactory In Ita work of all
tho presses of Its size. Only one tlu
of pi ess ts faster tlio complicated and
Immense machines such as aro used
lo Print tho largest city paper. Hut
over theso presses tho Duplex has thu
Breat nilIltaBJ ' printing from tho
typo (1,rect wh,o foj. xhg f)therg gtei w
tJ,, pIdteg must bo mnUo
The new Duplex will bo erected with-
In the next two or three weeks, when a
general Invitation will bo given to thu
rubllc to witness the operation of the
best newspaper press ever broueht to