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r.vn.NiNo iii)i.u:riN. noNoi.tii.c, t ii, satuuday, nt:o. 22, mnu.
mm mm afternoon
Of the AHsocliitlon football names
thin nflcrnoou, between the I'linnhoun
ami the Iiifnntn nml tlio Mallei nirl
the Illainnnil Hcails, I he InttiT prob
ulilj will bo the bcM The Ill-nils nml
Ihu MnlloH lire runstilcreil ns nbo'it
een In cfllcletir) The Ileitis lin
the nihnntnce of mull kamnalna for
ttnnls nn Woo nml Klililes who In
honoicr, itaUnn Iilmclf In tin Kwneii
tin ho Is no loiiKor ns sprightly 114 ot
joro, while tho .Mnlles boast full backs
llnitn) Mcfllll nml Hob Anderson, lit"
sturdy defense which more thnn nn
thine; elso was responsible for the
Mnlles Raining the ch.implonshlp Inst
While the rminhous hae n better
team thnn the .Soldiers, containing
more experienced plaers. the Soldiers
bao b) their earnest efforts on the
field Rallied mnnv frluuls among the
uithiislnstH who wnlch the Knmes The
military men nre picking up rnpldl)
and do not make .1 had show Ins at nil
Their one fault Is tho lark of team
work, esK.clalt when near the opn
iienta' goal Thej hao n habit when
within some little dlstnneo or nlinolliig
Mindly ahead Instead of passing the
Kill thus falling nil ens pre) to tlie
opposing go.ilkiopor and lucks This
1 rror hits probnhl) cost them suxeral
rollolng are the teams
lnfnntr (!nal, Thompson b.irks.
Doughirt), Min llofen, half I1.1H s,
lowing. Kolb Moon, forwards. Vim
Vllet, (lltllngs, .Inn Kwlft t'aslhhv
riinalioiiK float j On bac k Mm
doiigall. It. Cation, half links. I'ring
well, I)als I'oss, forwards Mon Mil
l)dge, Macanla), (Irott. J II Cation
Diamond Heads Coal Chilton
backs, Orune, J. Clnrk, half bicks. i:
Desha, Oleason, J Anderson for
wards, Klddcs. Hickman, Woo l'er
Inlles Rnal, J J Ilelser, backs .1
C .Mcfllll, It Anderson, half barks.
Kellett, Center, It Chllllngworlli, Tor
wards I'reelh. (Iray, Jamleson P
llallev 1: Ken
BATHS OPEKMTURDAY NEXT
On Ralnrdn) evening, Uecimbir 29th
the Hotel Ilnths, which Imo been
under construction for the labl six
months, will throw open tlalr doors to
the pnhlle The Ilaths will open with
nil aquatic exhibition under the ails
phis of the Haw illnn Hwlmmlng Club
ami ttilramc inn be had b linlliitlnr
This will be the first entertainment
of IIk kind cer Eheii In this conntr)
Indoor swimming Is a ncnelt) here, nl
though In the Stntm ecn city of any
Mzc has lis natatorliim.
The Hotel Ilaths are as well Hpilppi d
as man) in the linillnt; cities of tin.
Htutia. Iksldes (oataliilng j huge
swimming -kioI T r, 1 5 feet Rrniliiatlna.
III ill mil from 2 to 10 fi et, these hatha
are iqulppul a lilt iip-lo-dutu Turkish
ll.ilhs, which nre well appointed In
ecr) nspect. As good a bath inn be
secured In this department as can be
had an) place In the conmn Those
who appreciate the aluo of these baths
In u tropical conntr) will patronize
them freeh This hranrh of the hunt
Hess will bo open all night and slieping
apartments can bo hint If desired Th"
team nml massage rooms are all tilled
with marble slalm ami eer) tiling up
Bowling alles are being iiiHlnlled
mid this old and popular tport will be
glen the proper attention and put
where it belongs. Qu the mainland
iHiwIlug is moie popuhir than eer mid
shall pi me hi here.
l'lof. II A. Woods, who has londiirl
I'd a j)h)slcal culture school here for
the last few ears, has been chosen lo
act us manager of the Daths, and he
will also luntlmio to Impart his knowl
edge of ph)skal ciiltiiic to all In need
The Hotel Ilnths aie coins to deole
special attention to the ladles and
children mid have set aside Tiiejdii)
and Krld.iy morning 1 for their special
time. Tlie) will luno the entire iimi ol
tho building and will bo Instinctcd In
swimming, bowling and ph)duil cul
n a a
RACING AT WAIALUA
IIoibe-racluK will bo tho feituii) of
tho day at Wnl ulna on New Years A
tiiimhur of tho 111011 Ihoro hao good
horses and luno propaiud a program
which will bo uniisiinll) interesting,
Socrnl mate Ii raieaOiiDo been ar
lunged already and othem aru In pios
Some of tho best horses In this sec
tion aru owned by Japauoho ami thoy
aro leady to bit their hint cent 01
their fnxorltcfl, mi It Is 11 cinch that
thcro will bo plenty of excitement
Loulu Warren Is also out for every
TO GOLF AT HALEIWA
Tho Halolw.i Golf Club will glo a.
toiirunmuit on Christmas Da), for
which two handsomo prUeb will bo
offend. A largo number f local peo
ple expect to spend tho holldn) 11L
Ilaleiwa and for this icason a Idigo
entry llbt is lookod fmwaid to
Another tournament eh en by the
Ilnlelmi Holel will take place oil Di
comber 30 A number of the local
plaern have signified their Intention
ot taking part.
CUT OUT THE CHECK.
A CHRISTMAS CHECK
ON US FOR ONE DOLLAR
PUT THAT 91.00 CHECK
IN YOUR P0CKETB0OK.
t ti a
A STRING BAND
WILL PLAY HERE
SATURDAY AND MONDAY
YOU'RE WELCOME; COME AND
The Christian Christmas Spirit of Gift Giving Pervades This Store
This Store's 1906 trade has been extra
ordinarily large. We want to make the
close phenominal. Also we want to give
every customer, whether he be transient,
new or old customer a Christmas gift,
No, there is no string tied to it. It's up
to your judgment you take It or you
Cut It Out Now.
1 1 0110 ill u, Dcc'ciuW'i P.Hlli.
(ilolif Clothing Co, Salesman
Pay to Bearer $I.OO
W'v II. KOSKXIJIJIICI, .Mgr.
UoocJ Until Xmna
SWELL "SILVER" 8HIRTS
MAKE EXCELLENT GIFTS.
PRICE ONLY $1,25
ANY SIZE. ANY STYLE.
FREE TO SUIT BUYERS.
Do you want a good suit of clothes?
We're right in line with a magnificent
Holiday Stock of Clothing. The suit styles
are late ones and the man who wants the
present popular kind or one somewhat
advanced can be suited. The shades in,:,
elude all the fancies of the makers in grey
and dark woolen matertal and they all fit.
Hiiy mm of llii'"!' suits now uliilo you nceil it, nml wu'll
ih that I'litx-k or put ,nu 0110 of thwo Silver "lints fu-c.
Suits nre priced from
$8.50 up to .$2:2.50
Come arid hear the Band
64 Hotel Street
The Store with a Dollar Gift
NOTICE OF SALE OF CERTAIN
PUBLIC LAND KNOWN A8 THE
"KUKUIOLONO LOT," KALA
At 1J o clock noon, Monday, Janu-.
ar "th, 19ii7, at front cntrnncu to tho I
Judiciary llulhllng, Honolulu, there
will be noli) nt Public Auction under
thu proUslons of Section 17, Fait IV,
Land Ait, 18!).r. (Section 270, Itolsed
Diub or Hawaii ), tho above promises
constating of 178 '.' acres of mountain
Upset Price $&01.u0, pluv cost of Pat
ent and Stamp.
Terms- 10 per cent, of total pur
ihaso price to be paid at time nml
plnco of snlo; 10 per cent of same to
Inl, one jcar from ilato of salo; 20 per
irnt of hnino total, two, Hire", four
and (o jeaia from date of sale In
terest on unpaid balance, at i.ite of
tl per rent per annum, to bo paid an
for conditions rcgaullng tree plant
Ine, fenelnR. itc, etc., or for plnn of
lot, or nny Infoiinatinn iiqulred, apply
at ofllce of the iindcralcucd, .ludlclary
Hulldlnir, Honolulu, II. T.
.IAS. V. PItATT,
Commissioner ol Public Lands.
Honolulu lleei niber 7th, I'inii,
ZiM Dec 7, 8, 15, 21, 29, Jan. J.
! For KftTniy andiTaddar ' froublitS I
;! ifffTl7WW24 Hours! ;
: MaSiifLU ALL URINARY ! ;
MMrfM discharges :
'iWwMW A" '"'o he ar.fMIOln ,
mW Stuart eccuwttretuZ
B lTll dnuflili.
Itlanl. bool.s of a'l loita, ledger!
etc, manufactured by the Dulletln Pub
Give Cigars To Any Man Who Smokes
A Holiday box of Cigars makes a graceful and pleasing gift for any smoker. Here Is a list of
the best cigars in the market, any of which we are ready to deliver. Ladles may order by 'phone or
at our salesrooms.
Imported Havana Cigars
1 ' Bock & Co.'s Panetelas,
Imperials, Princlpes, Sublimes, Honolulu Gems,
Imported Manila Cigars
Invlnclbles Extra, Incomparable!, White House, Jockey Club, Panetelas, Perfectos, Lancerot, Londres
Stogies, Princesas, Favoritoa, Verjueros.
American Beauty, Army & Navy, Perfectos, Londres,
Clear Havanas and Domestic Cigars
American Eagle, Perfecto Extra, Panetelas Flno, Estrellas, Conchas Especlales,
Royals, Perfectos, Monarchs, Sublimes, Needles, Ideals, CI Commercio.
A M O n I A
. Epicures, Waldorfs,
Regalia, Imperial Tinas, Panetelas.
Hunters, Masters, '
ALSO THE FOLLOWING BRANDS:
Anna Held, Blue Teal, Cremo, Continental, Perfectos, Draqoon, Fantella, Irby's, La Cosecha, Cu
bJius, Planta Porto Rlcan, Van Bibber, La Preferencla Squares, etc., etc.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
" One of the sublimest things in the
vOorld is plain truth."
These suggestions may not be sublime but they are plain truth.
Sensible Gifts for Smokers
It's sensible to ;lve him what he wants, Isn't It?
If he smokes, he'll want to smoke again, won't he?
Then why not get him a box of the famous ADELINE PATTI
ROUGH RIDERS, HAWAIIAN, PORTO RICAN or KEY WE3T
CIGARS Either of them is a capital good smoke; the choice lies
with the price you with to pay,
"You'll Want Something He'll Keep"
Well, truthfully now, what would be a more substantial and ap
preciated present than one of these? A Pipe, Cigar or Cigarette
Holder, Matchbox, Tobacco Jars or Pouches, or, best of all, a pretty
Humidor Box made to hold cigars and keep them fresh,
There is a big assortment of these goods here and they are
priced RIGHT, Why not come in and see them7 You are we.
come to look,
CORNER HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
Bulletin 75c. per month
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