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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY 17, i9o5.
n1 1 4 54 Telephone M&in 424v Regular Sales Day Wednesday and Saturday WILL E. FISHER, AUCTIONEER. THIS DAY WEDNESDAY, Jan'y 17. 1906, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.t I will sell at my salesrooms, corner Fort and Queen streets. HOUSEHOLD furniture Consisting of Sideboard, Oak Bureau, Oak. Chiffonier, Oak China Closet, Oak Refrigerator, 2 Brass and Iron Bed steads, 1 Genuine Automatic Sewing Machine. 1 large Mirror, Top Mat tresses, Reception Chairs. Rugs, large and small; China set, Souvenir Cups and Saucers, Paintings and Etchings Glassware, 1 Ukulele, Bullion Cups and Saucers, Stands, Cutlery, Plated "Ware, 1 Piano Lamp, Blankets, Bedclothes, Curtains, Cooking Utensils, Kitchen Furnishings, Etc., Etc. Several Good Refrigerators, ALSO Maiden Hair Ferns, Elegant Palms, Elegant Cycads, Samoan Cocoannts, (growing) And valuable and rare Fruit Trees. WILL E. FISHER, AUCTIONEER. Wednesday, I will sell a lot of CHICKENS, POTATOES. ORANGES, Salid Dressing, Shirts, Blankets, Kitchen Tales. FAN-TAIL and other PIGEONS, WILL E. FISHER. AUCTIONEER. Foreclosure Sales Saturday. January 20, 1908, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. 1045 Beretania street. Just WaikikI of Victoria street. Lot and Improvements. Size of lot, 100x290 to Young street. This property is situated in the cen ter of good improvements, and upon the main boulevard of Honolulu. The lot has two frontages. Improvements consist of large cottage, etc., being the same property formerly occupied by the late J. W. Wilder, deceased. This will afford the opportunity for a purchase of a home, or investment below its market value. BUSINESS lifSCLUB Mr. J. A. McCandless Hopes to See One Organized. A commercial club for Honolulu bas- nr. the snhcmfl under which the Commercial Club of Portland is oper ated, is being strongly advocated by t a MrCandless. chairman of the Promotion Committee. Mr McCandless is making a canvass of the business men of the city to sound them as to their willingness to form such a club. The club at Portland is maintained bv the business men, the members navin? a stated ten ner month, and J " - out of town members paying less. A business man takes newly arrived friends to the club, where fine lunch eons arp fhe order of the day. The Portland club is a promotion orgar.iza tion and it actually loses money every month in its luncheon department. merely to be able to provide entertain ment for visitors. But this loss cheerfully accepted. "There is hardly a place in Hono lulu that the average business men can take people to who are new arrivals in the city," says Mr. McCandless. '"Everybody, of course, is not a mem ber of the club here, and for that mat ter that is a social, not a commercial club. A traveling agent for a main land concern comes to town. He drops into somebody's store and the ac quaintance begins. The business man can not always take them home to luncheon, and one doesn't always want to go to the hotels. It we had a com mercial club, these business acquaint ances could be taken there and they would meet a large number of our business men. A club of that kind would be a sort of a clearing-house for the ex change of ideas, and it would prove of real value in many wrays." o DOG OWNERS HAVE A CLUB Organization Meeting Is Very Largely Attended. "The poor dog, in life the firmest friendj The nrst to welcome, foremost to defend, Whose honest heart is still his mas ter's own, Who labors, fights, lives, breathes for him alone." is THE REAL TRIUMPH. I suppose you feel better since you have delivered your speech," said the encouraging friend. "It isn't so much to deliver ,a speech,' replied the immature but! sagcious statesman; "the real triumph consists in getting it listened to." J" Then Kennel Club meeting held last "night in the office of Will E. Fisher was well attended. Will E. Fisher was appointed tempor ary chairman and Dwight J. Styne temporary secretary. The following were appointed a com mittee on organization and to prepare by-laws: Chas. Hustace, Job Batche- lor. Dr. Rowatt, Clarence Crabbe, Colin Campbell, Will E. Fisher (chairman). The prevailing opinion expressed was that the initiation fee and yearly dues should not exceed $1 each. It was decided to close the charter roll of the organization January 30. The same will be left at the office of Will E. Fisher for further enrolment and all parties interested are invited to sign. An interesting and instructive talk on dogs in general was indulged in and a communication was read from th secretary of the San Francisco Kennel Club inviting affiliation with the Amer iean Kennel Club. From the interest evinced the Ho nolulu Kennel Club is already an as sured success. The meeting adjourned until Tues day, January 30. YET ANOTHER TENNIS CUP H. E. Cooper Presents One to Oahu Col lege Girls. Another tennis cup has been offered to Punahou students. This time Mr. H. E. Cooper, who is much interested in the college, has donated a silver cup to be competed for by the young lady students. The only conditions which Mr. Coop er imposes are that the tournament shall be held under the school auspices and that there shall be not less than Lten entries. Judging by the interest in the game, and especially in the cup. there is small doubt that the latter condition will be more than fulfilled. As soon as the tournaments in sin gles and doubles, which are now al ready arranged for, are run off. the tournament for the Cooper Cup will be gin. The winner of this tournament will secure the cup. Reduction Sale IN Misses' J f, c lc C We are closing out our entire line of Misses' Jackets much below their regular value, every Jacket reduced so as to make a quick clean sweep. NEW RECORDS OF PAST YEAR A Valuable ook ree Ask me to send 70a sealed, free, s book just completed, which will inspire any man to oe Digger, stronger, younger (if he is old), and more madly than he ever felt. I am a builder of men. I can take any weak, puny man and make him feel like a Sandow. Of course. I can't make a Hercules of a man who was never intended by nature to be strong and husky. I don't mean that. But I can take a man who started with a I annoyance by the soreness of the eye- .air LuuBuiuuuu huu ueiore eoi iuiiy ae- i nana a uraair noaaaH T iii a veloped began tearing it down. "That fellow " "I Q fT 1 is weak-nerved, slow. poky, lackinz in vim. more games his optics were as good as ambition and self-confidence. I can make a ever. A man who knows gives the f ol- maxi Him iu mico uiuuius bo msi ms own i lowiner explanation I want you to read this book and learn the , Tf si' the tiring of the mus- truth about my arguments. If you are not Cles, lie declared. 'I do not think as vigorous as you would like to be. if vou watfViinrr ha mo. have rheumatic pains, weak kidneys, loss of t, fo- I" " t" " ' vitality, prostatic troubles, nervous snells. or tlle eyesight, however. It is more or any ailment of that kind that unmans yon, it I less of a strain on them to keep con would assure your future happiness if you stantlv watching the hall f nrever on would look into this method of mine. Don't I, 1 y "dl,L,uln "e Dan, iorever on delay it; y.our best days are slipping by. If I 1 oounte. 10 aim to tue uitticulty there are the bright colored suits. To the outsider the glaring, blinding color combina tions devised by the best basketball teams for uniforms is simply a matter of personal conceit and desire to ap- BASKETBALL FACE ARRIVES Beware of the basketball face lon't become too enthusiastic over the game. That is, don't watch over three or four a week. If you do, awful things will happen. Your eyes will be come heavy and "bulgy"; they will be sore and itchy.. This is not idle talk; it is the opin ion of a physician, x a man wfio for years has been a student of basket ball. The indoor game is so fast and the scene of nlav chancres so constant- that the eyes are constantly in play roving from basket to basket. Anyone who has seen fast basketball games know this, and yet, knowing of the strain, wonders why it is that his eyes seem so tired when the game is over and the crowd is leaving. Per haps they really ache when rubbed to allay the itching. It is simply be cause the muscles, in constant play ior wen over an hour, are tired. A basketball fan who has sat through four long evenings of basket ball last year suffered considerable you want this book I send it closely sealed free if you inclose this Ad. dr. m. g. Mclaughlin, 906 MAEKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. pear "showy," but this is not so. NOTE: Further particulars and maps can be had upon application to WILL E. FISHER. AUCTIONEER SATURDAY AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., I will sell a good Bay Saddle Hare FIVE YEARS OLD. ALSO 1 GOOSENECK 1-Horse Dray ETC., ETC. The wise basketball manager dresses his men up in the glaring duds because it aids the team at combination work. When a player catches the ball his op- 4- I "! vl mm, tuvenug mill trumpS. Wfien to prevent a good pass. He sees a patch of brilliant red somewhere in front of him and knows that it is a team mate. The "brilliant red" patck gets the ball. WILL E. FISHER, AUCTIONEER. THE FAVORITE GROTTO. Whist players say, when in doubt lead in doubt about where to go to lunch, head for the GROTTO. You 11 find the best lay-out in town there every time Today's lunch and dinner menu: POTAGE A LA HAMBURG STEWED TRIPE SPANISH ROAST LEG OF LAMB. MINT SAUCE LYONAISE POTATOES BOILED TARO BEET SALAD 2C With Beer, Wine, Tea or Coffee. FEED KILEY, Prop., Cor. Hotel and Bethel Streets. To Let NOTICE. That up-to-date Rustic Cottage on makai side of Hotel street, between Alapai and Punchbowl streets, contains 2 bedrooms, parlor, diningroom, kitch en, pantry, bath, etc., servants' quar ters, etc. Rent $25. Can't miss it has stone rustic fence surrounding. Possession February 1, 1906. WILL E. FISHER, AUCTIONEER. The undersigned has this day sever ed all official connection, whether as vice-president, director, manager, or I otherwise, with the Woods Institute of Physical Culture. Ltd., a Hawaiian corporation, having its principal place of business at the corner of Fort and Queen streets, in Honolulu. Said undersigned desires to notify his friends and the public generally that he has opened quarters in Rooms 17-1S-19-20, Alexander Young Building, where, from this date, he will conduct i an up-to-date school of Physical Cul ture, with Turkisn uams. Dated, Honolulu, January 11. 1906. 7309 R. A. WOODS. A FIGHT IS IN THE AIR Bill Huihui and Dick Sullivan, Ho nolulu's recent fistic importation, were matched last night to box 15 rounds at the Chinese Theater on Liliha street on February 3. The weight question will be deter mined today. Jack McFadden will manage the con test. The main event is likely to be pre ceded by a 10-round contest between "Kid-' Harris and Young Nelson. MISSES' BLACK CHEVIOT MISSES' TAN CLOTH AND JACKETS. BLUE SERGE JACKETS. Trimmed red and green. . . 4 , . , , Age 6 to 10, Special $2 00 Ae 4 to 10' Special .40 Age 12 and 14, Special $250 Ase 12 and U' Special.... 3.0 MISSES' TWEED JACKETS INFANTS' WHITE AND Color, grey mixed, neatly CREAM CASSEM ERE trimmed. COATS. Age 6 to 10, Special $2.50 Reduced 50 per cent. Age 12 and 14, Special $3.00 See our prices. PAeiFie import e. 50CK5X0 Socker. A team of Punahou school boys de feated an eleven from Iolani College, by the score of three to nil, yesterday. The Punahous have not had any prac tice, but they played all around the Iolanis. HARD HIT. Towne Gee whiz! I wish I could catch the fellow who stole my um brella Browne Oh, cut it out. Why do you make such a fuss over a little thing like that? Towne Little thing! Why, man, I actually bought that umbrella. Phila delphia Press. Keen competition in many branches of sport led to the betterment of marks during 1905. New records were set in events requiring speed, strength and skill. The chief new marks in the last year are chronicled below: Jan. 2 E. P. Swatek sets world's rec ord by swimming 320 feet under water at the Chicago Central Y. M. C. A. natatorium. H. J. Handy breaks world's record by swimming forty yards on his back in 0:27 2-5 at Central Y. M. C. A. Ollie Slavin makes world's auto record (claim ed), covering 100 miles on circular track at Dallas, Texas, in 2:06:43 3-5. Jan. 17 E. R. Thomas drives auto fif teen miles at average speed of thirty-seven seconds for each mile at Ormond Beach, Fla. Jan. 20 Arthur McDonald claims a mile in thirty-four seconds at Or mond Beach auto course. Jan. 24 A. C. McDonald sets new five mile auto record by going distance in 3:17 at Ormond Beach. Jan. 25 H. L. Bowden breaks Vander bilt's one-mile auto record by cov ering the distance in 0:34 1-5 at Or mond Beach. Jan. 26 A. C. McDonald sets new American record for one kilometer at Ormond Beach time, 0:23. j Jan. 28 E R. Thomas breaks Vander- bilt's ten-mile auto record, setting: new mark at 6:31 4-5. Wrorld's record for 208-yard potato race is reduced to 0:49 3-5 by C. J. P. Lucas at St. Louis. Jan. 30 H. W. Fletcher sets new auto record for 100 miles, making the time of 1:18:24. Jan. 31 Five American records smash ed at Ormond Beach auto races. H. L. Bowden goes mile in 0:32 4-5; A. C. AIcDonald sets ten-mile time at 6:15 and the twenty-mile record he placed at 15:23; H. W. Fletcher did fifty miles in 38:58; a mile for Amer ican gasoline machines was made in 0:40. - i Feb. 2 W. Gould Brokaw's motor boat, Challenger, travels kilometer in 1:21 off Palm Beach, Fla. Feb. 3 Motor boat Challenger goes eight miles on Lake Worth, Fla., in 16:33, a world's record. Feb. 15 The Bensinerer bowline: team of Chicago establishes world's rec ord by averaging 1061 for three games. March 16 W. H. Freer of Concordia, Kan., sets world's record by break ing 307 targets, consecutively, at Des Moines, Iowa. April 8 World's three-mile running record is established at Oakland, Cal.. by Elie time, 5:22. May 20 J. D. Lisrhtbodv of the Uni versity of Chicago breaks confer ence college record by running half-mile at Ann Arbor in 1:57. He also breaks one-mile conference record by negotiating distance in 4:30 1-5. J. C. Garrels of the Uni versity of Michigan sets conference mark by throwing discus 127 feet 10 inches. Louis Chevrolet sets track record for autos by going mile in 0:52 4-5 at Morris Park. i May 27 Parsons of Yale lowers eastern ; intercollegiate half-mile mark to ! 1:56. Dray of Yale makes new rec-' ord in pole vault at 11 feet 10 1-2 inches, meet being held in Phila delphia. June 3 At the western college confer ence meet on Marshal field J. C. Garrels of Michigan breaks world's discus record at distance of 140 feet 2 3-8 inches. Conference records established are as follows: High jump, H. M. Friend, Chicago height, 23 feet 3-4 inch; pole vault. E. C. Glover. Purdue height, 11 feet 9 3-8 inches: R. V. Norris, Illi nois, makes same mark in pole vault; two-mile run. F. A. Rowe, Michigan time, 9:50; one-mile run. J J- D. Lightbpdy. Chicago time, 4:23: half-mile run, J. D. Light bo'ly. Ohicasro time, 1:57 2-3. June 24 Guy Vauerhn sets 1000-mile auto record at Empire City track, New York time, 23:33:20. July 26 E. Desmarteau breaks world's record for t hrov.intr fifty-six-noimd weight for height, 15 feet 11 inches. Aug. r. W. W. Coe raises world's shot put record to 49 feet 6 inches at P"rtl-.ind. Aug. 12 R R. Kieran of Australia sets world's record at 7:18 2-5 for T'O-mr-fer pwim at Stockholm. Aug. 26 II. M. Hanna drives Aerolite English and Leola at Cleveland a mile in pie. When feeling run down and out of sorts, the best tonic that jrou can take is Primo ager This fine beer invigorates as well as re freshes and as a beverage has no superior. Order a trial case today and be convinced. ooooooooooo 1L T nil rUr.!! BUILDER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT. Announces that he Is prepared to furnish homes complete, Includ ing the lot and latest modern 1 mproved cottages for $1000 and up. Lots for sale at $350 each o n easy terms. Five-room cottage, good plumbing, for $700. O PHONE OR ADDRESS WHITE 951. 000C0XXXXCKOCXXX 2:10 team record for trotting mares. John Flanagan breaks world's rec ord for throwing fifty-six-pound weight without follow at New York, his mark being 31 feet 5 inches. C. M. Daniels sets new swimming mark for half-mile, covering dis tance in 12:58 2-5 at New York. Aug. 27 Walter Christie drives auto one kilometer in 0:23 2-5 at Cape May. N. J. Aug. 28 B. B. Kieran of Australia sets world record for 500 yards swim at Leeds, England, by doing distance in 6:07 1-5. Sept. 3 Henry Leveson of Chicago lifts two ten-pound dumb-bells 9000 times. Sept. 4 C. M. Daniels swims mile in 26:41 3-5 at New York. Sept. 7 C. M. Daniels breaks Amer ican record for 220-yard swim at New York; time, 2:42. Sept, 10 M. J. Sheridan breaks world's discus record by hurling missile 143 feet 4 inches at Empire City track. Sept. 11 John J. Flanagan breaks world's hammer-throw record by throwing sixteen-pound hammer 175 feet. He also sets mark lor iuiy-six-pound weight, throwing it 42 feet at Newport, R. I. Sept. 23 Harry L. Hillman, Jr., breaks world's record for 300-yard hurdles, doing distance in 0:34 1-3. Sept. 30 G. E. Larned sets new mark for one-hour walk, covering eight miles 539 yards. Oct. 2 Bedouin goes a mile and five sixteenths at Belmont track in 2:10 3-;. Oct. 4 Norman B. wins four fsatest heats ever trotted in the average time of 2:06 1-4 at Lexington. Oct. 7 Dan Patch at Memphis paces mile in 1:53 1-4. fastest mile ever made by harness horse. Locanda wins three fastest heats ever paced in a race; time, 2:0 3-4, z:v-, 3-4. Oct. 20 Heatherbloom breaks world's record for hish jump by clearing: 7 feet 10 inches at Norfolk horse j show. Oct. 26 H. J. Handy sets new Amer ican record for the 330-yard swim at Central Y. M. C. A., Chicago, covering distance in 4:2-. Oct. SO Ed Bryan sets new world's record by trotting two miles in 4:43 at Belmont Park, Philadelphia. Nov. 11 Dan Patch lowers pacing rec ord for one mile without wind shield to 1:5S at Memphis. (Later protested.) Nov. 2S Thirteenth Regiment reiay team of New York sets new time for mile at 3:27 2-". W.W. Ahana&Co. Limited Merchant Tailors Waity Building. KingSt Phone Blue 2741 (Opposite Advertiser Office.) AMERICAN AND FOREIGN WORSTEADS. FOUNTAIN PEHS. We handle the best Fountain Pens on the market. They are the PARKER, the WATERMAN and the STANDARD. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD, Young Building Store. BEGINNING JANUARY 17. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT." Astor House Restaurant 188 KING STREET. First-class cook in attendance, every ing new, neat and clean. 21 meal tickets for $4.50. Meal 25:. S. FUJIMURA MASSAGE Rheumatism, Bruises, Sprains, Tired Feeling and other Ailments QUICKLT RELIEVED. 444 King Street, Palama, PHONF- WHITE 1351. BIG REDUCTION IN VICTOR RECORDS BEEGSTEOM MUSIC CO., LTD., Odd Fellows' BMg. PALACE GRILL. served at the Green The following menu will b today from 4 to 8 p. m. for 25c Palace 'Ori'il on Bethel street: sea turtle soup: fried fillets of mullet, tartar sauce: boiled pig's head, oyster s-auce: broiled lamb chop., green peas: veal cutlet breaded, mushroom sauce, papaya fritters; prime ribs of beef; young turkey, with dressing; mashed potatoes, green peas; fresh crab salad; plum ruling a"'-1 not mince Mortuary Tablets, Ornamented Headstones, plain and sculptured Monuments. View My Latest D'-siarns Get Knowledge of My Prices, I take charge of Onu-U-ry PVls and Private Grounds, and build, or repair, fencing and coping. Cash advances made or. Old Maible, old Iron, Brass or Lead. A. C Montgomery, P. O. Box 1"2, Warehouse Queen, rear Judiciary Bldg. A Postal Brings an Answer.