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may be had at any time. The supply is never shut off day
or .night. Watch it where it has been installed. Ask
the man who burns it if it is not the best light he ever used.
EVENING GltM.nTlN, HONOLULU, T. H , MONDAY. JAN. 21, 19uT
This machine MAKES tence
from t to S ft. high with 1 to 12
In. mesh with a breaking itraln
of over P5.000 lbs. at a cost of
FiOc and up rer rod, being Horse
high, Bull strong, Pig tltjht,
Chlrken and Monuooce Proof.
Catalogues on application.
&OLE AQCNTO TOR THE
1048 SO ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. P. O. Box C42.
SUPPLIES PLANTATIONS, FAMI
LIES, ShIPPERS AND STORE
KEEPERS. Several faithful Japanese women de
ALL AT REASONABLE PRICE8.
PHONE WHITE 2076.
RIVER 8TREET near HOTEL,
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 182.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Beta,
Dredging, Sowers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....80UTII & KmWAIAHAO STS.
W.W. Wright Co.
havi opened a horseshoe
ing department in conntc
tion with their carriage
(hop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first- .
elasa thoer thsy are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: :t
"" ' W MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PAflK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities,
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVtS.
No Rrnsonabit Oiler Refused,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 0. BCRETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE OLUE 881.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma, and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chinese Laborer Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under,
taken. Telephons Dlus 2181.
K. FUJITA & CO.
FANCY BAMBOO ARTICLES MADE
Workmanship First class.
NUUANU OPPOSITE KUKUI ST.
GENERAL ADVERTISING AND COL
Oee Un for Novelty Advertising
i Foreign and Local.
74 KINO ST.
GEO. C. LA MOHT.
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Tho YnmiK l-el l-ehtu lust-ball ti-ani
wont out yesterday afternoon to tha
Maklkl. diamond with smiles on tliclr
fates, saying that they would white
wash thu Sweot Homes. Hut instead
of thoy whltomishlm; Ihu Sweet
Ifomis, the Sweet Homes vthltewushed
the Young l.ul I.chuus bj a vcoro of 10
tn 0. Thu Yoiiiik I.cl I.chuus dimmed
themselves from rlRht tci left hand tu
son If they could gel a base on balls.
but IIouuu put them over thu plato uud
btruck them out one hy one.
'Hie score b) Innings follows:
i ; :n h n
v. i.oIk ti u o o ii o n o o
8 Homos . ,.,8 0112 001111 10
Tho lineup of thu Sweet Homes
I' I.eandro, c; lloiian, p; Kckard, Hi;
Dickey, 2b; Markham, 3li; Mniiuel, ss;
Ogoii, rf; Hmost, cf; Sllvn, If.
The Yiiiiiii; l.el I.ehuu line-up A.
domes, c; Kalanul, p; Chris, lb; Ma-
iu. 3b; Louis, 3b; lino, kh; Ornellos,
rf; llemy, if; CMtu, If.
t: :: :i
There woio on)y n fow p:eFt-ut at
tho I.eaRuo ball kiouiu'.s on Halm day
when In Ilio last and ouo of tho best' where u discussion will ho c-iused, tho that October 111 hail becu selected as
VUtnes of sicker which lias beeu played! same question will c-omo up. Thu tlio datu for Iho inturnutlonal cup lul
ilurliiR the season the Malles defeated eluiii' which think that they havo a loon races. Tho start will 'lie inailo
a plcki d team from tlio rest of tliu
I.eaRiie. The scoru was 2 0, but thulwlsh that ovent on tho proRram and
Scots timk tho lead ut the very start' those who think they ran stand u bet-
and were not headed) Their team- ter show at the half-mile will wish1
play was what won, as .tho opposing
men could not play together, though
lis Individuals they did some very pret
ty work. j
Tho honors of iho day went to the
backs as usual. I'oroy Morse, Mcdlll
and Anderson were tho stars of, the
Rume, A number oti changes, were
made In thu llno-tip of tliu, picked
llmm Just before the Ruino commenced
mid tho team was hardly ns stronR ns
jho line-up which was glvon In Satur- games In Hawaii,
1'iy's paiwr. J. I,. Cockbnrn acted oltruo In tho nillo
tcfeno and J. II. Kiddc-s and II. Bailey
worn tho linesmen. Tho lluu-up:
ricked Team (loal, Dixon; backs:
Stanley llourdmoru., Maci;ouel (pjipt );
The Value of
Yi'oiiu'ii are attractive because tliey are women. Hut who shall deny that their attractiu'iic-.s
is not (lonhleil h a wise stnth of the power of feallters? An iiuliirerent-lookinp; woman inaj trans
fonn herself to a .siren hy the mere (wist of her li,tt ; anil wieck a llionsaml hearts hy tlie Rlory of
her k"- Anil why nol? Man jests at this ami with much philosophy absmes ns he loves her
for herself; yel hows like a slave lo her with the rustling silk.
In a (lilTeient way 'lis the same with men. The poorl) ilresseil is snuhheil. His clothes are
taken as his market value, anil 'lis money that does Ihe talking. The man whose clothes are cheap
looking is called a ''man" even hy the children and he with the swell raiment is classified a "gen
tleman." Tis a pity, hut 'tis true. The world judges ns at first sight hy the clothes we wear, and
whin ou reason it out, what else can the poor world do.
Character, honesty and Ihe cardinal virtues cannot he put on llle surface, (and they'do not suf
fer hy association wilh good clothes), so for lack of something hetler, for the time being, at least,
the world judges a man Ii) what he wears.
' M4KE SUITS TO ORDIHPUom $ltt. to $50 WAT) GUARANTUK Til II FIT I
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.,
COR. FORT AND .MERCHANT STRIvETS.
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half backs: J. Anderson, J, Clmke, IX
drone; forwards; Hickman, Churtim,
Woo, i'ernuiulez, Oku.
Millies final. J, J, Uelur; backs: J.
(J. Mcdlll, II Anderson; half backs: U.
Kellott, 1). Center. It. Chlllliigworlh;
lorwnrdH; II S. dray leapt.), W. .la
iiilesou, .1 (.'altera!, P. Davis, V.. Kea.
llablwa Hotel will hold n Kolf lour
hainenl next Sunday, A new tup lias
hc u put up for first prize, which has
Ifi In. unit lint tu If til lin fulll nnli.
tlir-.l Tho links an. In the best i.m-j I-R'ht. Kd. Keenoy, h. A. Jlalleld
illtlon In thn lilslmy of Rood Halelwal a1"1 Artl"' '0l,B-
t.olf. much' linpni.neilt havliiB been "' " Bll0"t '" '"'"'.""m," ,
mmto on them slncn tlio recent Morni Un" " "rH ,r'IC" 1'"0 'V'"'1 I""1
n tt it
T his nfternonii at ti o.'clock a meet
Inc of Iho rouimltteo which was select
od to have ch.irRo of the championship
i tract: Raines will bo held at tho Y. M.
,C. A. rooms. Tho principal business
jwhlth will ho transacted will bo tho de-
eldliiR on thu events mill tho selection
of tho HUlieouiuiltteos which will lme
charKO of tho nuet.
I Tlio only cunts or which there
has been any discussion mo rel.iy
rares and tho wall;
In thu two i iisui
ciir.uco to win in thn tnllo relay wlll.lrom St. Louis, where It lias neeu item
that for the event Instead of tho Ion
This will leavo tho decision to thu
members of thn comnilttco whose
clubs will not enter teams, which Is
as It should be, ns they ought to bo
nble to look nt Iho matter from an out
sider's point of luw and see which
will bo tho best uvent from tho out-,
look of tho spectators mid which will
bo Ihti best for Iho good of truck
Tho same win hold
nillo walk. If the mem
bers of tlio committee feol Unit the in
teuisl hero is great oiioiirIi'Io keep on
with this spot t and keep It up whllu
It has been discarded Hourly ,, every-
"Who's Your Tailor?
whero else, thoy certainly should keep
11 on tha proginm; but befuru they do
mix mcy snoum ncigu me mailer
thoroughly In their tulmls.
Them was n mcutltiR of tho crack
marksmen of thu Island at l'uiinono
lust Sunday in which tho best shots
of Kllicl, Mnkawao, ami Wulluku p.it
tlclpateil. Homo excellent shooting was donu
by thu homo team and MuKltnao Kl
licl did not do so well us usual and
Wulluku was not equal to thu older
teams, but Is fust h coming a good
Hiirlng tlio ilny W. W. Weslcualt
linado thu best record, breaking nine-
Won out of tvi nty blue rucks. There
were several who ninde nearly us rihjiI
Of those who shot iiuuhuuII) well
Mem V W. Wostcoatt, (ItoiKe Kid
liny, Kd. l'eck. Dr, (loo. S. nlki-n, W
iMUHU'lHt (it'll, a uuuiuur in prm-n
worn Rlvou and won by thu different
luams. Maul News.
Thn Itllle Association held a mecl-
Iiir at tho HunRulow on Saturday, at
which It wus decided to hold tho an
mini Hhixit at tho Knkaako r.'iUKo on
New YoiK, -Ian, 3. Cortland I'kld
lllshop, president of Ihe'Aero Club of
America, amiounceil,.iipon bis return
t New- York last nlnbt from SU I .on Is.
onstrqted thai rub of, the best iiuallty
Is to bo had In practically unlimited
onanlllles. Octohoi .19 falls on a Sal-
unlay. In the full of thu moon. If
Weather conditions. aiiuiufutnrnblo on
that dav tho start will be postponed
until Sunday, tho li'Uli. II has been
decided to extend the limit of entries
of the raco from March 1 to Apt II 1.
" tt tt n
Thero was unfiling doliigjn.lhp lino
of Rolf jesteiduy. most of, the Vdajers
being away on tho Volcano excursion.
tt n n
Although own brothers of famous
trotters and pucors are usually looked
ut wllh suspicion by horsemen, sev
eral "made Rood'.' this season, Includ
ing Tho Abbe, 2:10 1-2, tho fust 3
j car-old trotting brother of The Ab-
boll, 2: OH 1-1, former world's chain
I Ion. If rupurts are trim, more fa
mous brothera will soon' appear. An
own brother to Anaconda, 2:01 3-4
pr.cliiR and 2.0111-1 trottluK, Is said to
be a ory Rood Railed trotter mid it
u n u
Kid Mcl'nrtlalid was thn victim of
tho shortest llclit on lecotd, under
(Juoeushury rules, at tho hands of .Mat
ty Matthews, who wns then tho wel
terweight champion. The flRht took
place In New Yin k. Mcl'artl.wid had
nude two of his usual feints with tho
lift hand, whin Matthews stopped In
close mill sent his rlKht strulKht to thu
if.urk, wllh tho full forro of his body
behind tho blow Tho Kid fell on tho
back of his head, knocked out com
p.'ctel), Just llneo seconds after the
luen shook hands Dal Hawkins of
California also knocked out Murjln
Flaherty of Lowell with a left honk to
Iho chin In lens than live Mrouds at
Carson City, Nov, In the (list llRht of
till; Ihi'cc-diy carnival held there. In
whfchtjfni'CorU tt lost his title to llo'j
The truck championship committee
should meet wllli-iVfull Attendance nt
evei) call of tho eballinau
LIBERALITY OF CHINESE
I'ang l.un Mow, president of tho Do
On Ilo.iid, slates that he will give c
i nsltluuei inward the railing of
fu.'iji fjr Tie lief of China, lie will
attend tin ntvtliiK which has been
liillrd ' the do. i mr next Wellies
ill tin lii-inui l'J the sulisi rlptlons to
i he ('III e-?,v Limine fund collided by
the Ho On Hoard, had n uilnd the
ilOuO marl: The donations by the
local Chinese have been exiei dlur.1)'
BROUGHT US THESE
Ladles' shirt waists, material and
ready to-wear; latest fashion back and
side combs; durable umbrellas, and
a large quantity of exceptional cjood
quality gents' and ladles' shoes.
We Invite you to come and seo our
lioods, even If you don't care to buy.
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KINO ST., XyVAIDE MARKET.
I r I-
Swell patterns in latest
greys. We make them to
order at ready to wear
$2.50 to $30
Geo. A. Martin.
500 popular cloth bound novels will
be sold at half prices. All recent
books. Regular prices $1,50 each.
Sale begins Monday, Jan. 21, and
continues only a few days.
Hawaiian News Go.
YOUNG OLOG. & MERCHANT 8T,
iJiJirnt i a.
The -Little Ads with the B2e Results
Hmm Pu H, NSW TO
rurnlslied eottiiRu In Risid locality. Ad
dress "X.." Iliilletln 35'J2-lw
StetitiRrapher for plantation olllce Ad
dress "A " Iliilletln. 3.r.84tf
ltooms sliiRle or t u suite. Terms easy
(lis)d nccomiuiHlatlons. .lust tb'ii
ptaco for snvliiR money to sm-ill
wugc earners: Coino and try. Thu
New Km Motel, irt St. beL Vllie
)urd and School Sts. 359111
Coltago to let on Ilerctanla Ht. Thu a
bedrooms and ull modern convent
viifcs. Just newly painted InshloJ
and out. Hcnt cheap. Apply at of
llco of Knplolanl Kstatv. 3S40tf.
Small rurnlslied cottage and nicely fur
ulshed roiluiK at lla.iMc.i I.:iwu,.ior '
Hlih.irds unit Hotel Sis. .
Cool, mos(iilto prmif rooms; also
rnoms furiilhhcd for houiekeepltig,
Alal.ea House, 1077 Alakea St.
rurnlslied housekeeping rooms Ku-
ipilro No. 8 Cottage tlrovo. 35SCtf
Cottsres In Chrlstly I.aue. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St. tnauka JIolcL
1 furnished front rooms nt 1223 Km
ma St.; runt reasonable . 3101-lf
Vewly funiUbtd niOBiiulto proof rooms
t X4 Vineyard 8L 272S-U
WOOM AND BOARD
ltooin and board In pilvntu family for
gentleman. 1335 Wilder Ave.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, Or
gan and Singing, uegs to Rlvo notice
that for tho bettor convenience of
her many pupils, she has removed
her Studio from Vlnevnrd t, to Iter
etunla St., No. 270. nearly opp. Cen
tral Union church. Interviews from
3 to tl, Saturdns excepted.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should be left ut tho Ha
waiian Newa Co, Young bldg. Phone
294 or Coltago No. 1, llnalelea LawL.
Guitar lessons given. Terms moder
ate. Apply 159 King St., opposlto
Young Hotol. 3590 It
'or a nlca, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhop. 1111 Koit BL
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith
Smith St., bet. .Hotel and Pauuhl.
350 j tr
XI JIUL-lHJ 1 I.U-..i-1-J L
RWiVfiW ."v.-v rj.-tfs.wfl
New Years K
You had better start the J)
New Year right In your offiee ii
with the use of a Loose Leaf
Ledger outfit. .We have every
thing. .CA8E8 for .orlglnfl
reccrds, all forms, and tranr
Experts pronounce this sys
tem the best.
yiS'vvH'Ci? f -ry rv-jwif -rsv"
Is quite the rage. It will bo properly
shaped If ordered from'
JEWELER 1029 MAUNAKEA ST.
niank books of alt sorts, ledgers
etc.. mauutai lured by tho llulletln i'tib
litlilujr Company. ,
- DAY, for Now Ada.
Laud In tho city with a frontage of
IIS feet on KlnR Street, droiind
rent will ghu purchaser eight (8)
per cent., net, I.osaeo pays tnxos
and till other asseisineuts and keepi
biilldliiKi on laud insured for bene
fit of Lessor, l'or further particu
lars, apply to John )'. Colburu.
Table, two chairs, lot of shehliiR, nils
slou st)li, and a levohliu; chair.
Hood as new extension dlnlliR table
tiliil six chairs, lulsaloii stjle, rikm!
ns lie ImiuIiM nt l'arlilc Tranrfor
Co. 12i; KliiR St 35U3 tf
corner let In Maklkl. Curblnr.
water, fruit and ornamental tram
and all Improvements. Two luln
utrs' walk from cars and t'linahou
College. Address It. F this office.
I'uro White Leghorn and Plymouth
Itnck c,tgs for settlnt:, also n few
pairs of young thickens. 194 L King
near McOully St 35Sl'f
I'resh Hawaiian cigars made from Reu
nion Huwnlhn and the best Hurntia
tolncco. Thorn Is no bettur smoke.
Alvrllo clR.ir Sloro Si'if.tf
A llabcocltfnlsp.itcli NewR Press1, fold
er, ete, complete; good condition.
Apply Iliilletln olllco.
Japanese pug puppies. Iiupilro ut thn
Viteiluary lullriuary or A. It. How
nt. D.V.S, 777 King St 35S7 tf
In South Kona. Cu.OOO acres of lard as
a whole. Address S. Korrls, Walo
hlnu. Hawaii. 3550 tf
Squabs In nny
Umbrellas re-covered and brasa pol
nib'."!. Takatn, YM Kort 8t.
Use Hastings for repairs of Loeka,
Key.. Music TJoxes, Snarpenmsj ot
Vine Cutlery. Rear Union QrllL
'or houss-hslp, phone White 2Mt, Ma
klkl. General Employment Otflea,
'or. Pensacola and Ueretanla.
Manicuring, electric facial and scalp
treatment, and removal of superflu
ous hair. Mrs. Kuthryu llools, 111(1
Itlchards St. 3592-tf
Itlanl: books of all aorta, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Uullelln Pub.
aaay-For Rent" carde on sale at
the Bulletin offle
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