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nVKNMNO nUt.l.BTlN. IIONOUIt.U T. Il SATttltDAV, JAN. 12, lf07.
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hr'mr i Milt 'iiMsVrtirlfciiK' i
Has his eye on
has a collat and a
We carry collars
E. 0, HALL &
COR. FORT AND
To read the forecast for 1007 may
be difficult; but that the new year l
going to be one of prosperity we feel
There It a Great dejjl of Painting to
be done. Are you thinking about It?
Call In and tee ut, and we will be
pleased to give you an estimate.
Signs of 1907 S. S. Slgnt.
It's For You
Do not get run down and
stay down. There Is a
remedy aside from medi
cine! and nature has pro f
vlded It In Halelwa. The
ride down the line and the
accommodations and ta
ble after you get there
arc all that could be de
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD,
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
Benny & Company,
SEWING MACHINES and BUYER9
1266 and 1268 FORT ST.
PHONE MAIN 488.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, O. D. $., Manager.
HOTEL 3T. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
Phone MAIN 147
941 NUUANU ST.
COAT AMD PANTS
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1146 TORT 6TRCET.
BUiiniNG MATERIA. F
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumbar sntt Cc
allen a obinson,
queen st., :: :: :: ; Honolulu.
III Itll I II I .!! ! !
your og. If he
tag no harm done.
from $5.00 up.
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To do all things wisely during the
One way to do that la to add to the
relish of your meals by using
Remember, In buying butter that
tho "good enough'' kind Is not good
enough, for only the best Is good and
tweet enough for you.
Sweet Violet Butter
PUREST AND CLEANEST.
IS UNMISTAKABLY THE BEST,
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
PHONE MAIN l5
Best Assortment In the City.
RICH SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
NOVELTIES, TOYS, CURIOS.
STOCK COMPLETE, PRICES RIGHT.
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
Fine Driving and
FOR SALE OR HIRE
Tel. Main 109
MRS. MORGAN'S JAMS and JELLIE8
FOR SALE AT
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
C7. Polished Koa Canco.
Carved wih ferule complete,
j-j Alto Mllo and Cocoanut. Mats,
pj Tappat, Brassos, Pottery,
j HAWAII & SOUTH 3EAS CU
RIO CO., Alcxr. Ycung Bldg
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
Compare ho talking machine of five
years ago with the Victor of today
and note th wonc'erful advancement.
It Is Impossible to conceive of any fur
ther Improvement in this almost hu
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
At Low Prices
J. A R. Vieira&Co.
HOTEL GTRCCT JCVCLCRO.
ClUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
flaffs Openrd, Typewriters, Canh Reg
liters and flevjng Machines, Lawn
Mower cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
mninviri' ' in i i ,i,ihtjiiii..m.ii'iiiuiii, i I., -nwnm-ni'li im
Additional Sporting News on Page 11
A combined elTorl lo pull the Spray,
Commodore Picker's ncht, off the
beach at Pearl Harbor, will ho tnndo nt
high tide tomorrow. Alee l.yte, who
Mas so successful In bringing I .a I'n
tomii from her resting place after (ho
storm, wilt go down this afternoon with
tackle anil the launch "llnitbors" will
.ho called Into phi) when the tide has
reached Its highest point tomorrow.
The Commodore says that the Spray
has not been dumancd nt all up to I he
piescnt time and If she ran he pulled
off (union mv (hero will be very llttlo
reeded In (ho line of repairs. A num
ber of (he members of the Yacht Club
.ire going down tomorrow morning (o
give nil Hie nsMstnnrc they can In tho
effort to pull the Spray off.
There wns a largo crowd nt llreii
nan's .National Aphltlicntre at S)dney
en NoUMiibcr 28. attracted by tho fact
Hint Peler Felix and Tim Murphy, ox
lionvs weight champions of Australia,
wero lo meet In a boxing contest.
Felix had height, reach, and weight
much In ills fin or against Murphy.
Tho contest wiib fakt and lleree, mid
exciting situations occurred frequent
ly, (lenernlly Felix had (he heller of
matters, mid nun Murphy a rnlher
had lime, still thu hitler's pluck en
abled him (o weather some torrid pe
riods, ami hero ami (hero give as good
es ho iccelvcd. Murphy was on (ho
lioor often (roughed (hero as a rulo)
and Felix went down a few times, but
mnro through being pushed than
punched. In thu fifth round Felix forc
ed his opponent oor (ho ropes and
Hiuudcd nwny as he hail often dono
heroic, (III, nmldst a sccno of great ox.
titemeiit, tho rcforeo Inlorfered and
declared Murphy (ho winner on an ul
kged foul. Whore or how (ho breach
occurred was not apparent, and tho
crowd hooted vigorously.
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In (ho latest Issue of the London
rattler, received hero, Danny Mulicr,
tho American Jockey, compares the
American mid Fngllsh race horses
nnd awards the palm (o thu llrltlsh.
Ills opinion Is that (ho best American
horse Is from It to 21 ihiuiuIs behind
tho licet nnsllsh. Mahcr says:
"There was a lime, many ycarB ago,
when I was under (hu Impression (hat
thu lacing In America was (ho finest
In thu world. Since, however, I have
been riding In Knghiud I lime quite
(hanged my views on this subject, ami
indeed when I say thai without a
shadow of doubt both Kngllsh race
horses nnd raco courses nro absolutely
'lop hole' I feel Hint i am on safe
"Again, when comparing Kngllsh
raco horses with American, (ho la((er,
I think, do not come out any too well,
For only on very raro occasions In tho
'.mil of tho Stars nnd Stripes are such
fine specimens of tho thoroughbred
fo.ijd as Itock Sand, Ard Pntrlck,
Hpea'rnilnt (o say nothing of equina
wonders such as Pretty Polly all or
which nro anything from 14 In 21
pounds In front of tho best American
horses. As many people will no doubt
I (member, I lode Mnjor Kuslacu
I.eder's colt In tho Derby, nnd a long
way from lomo I formed tho opinion
(hat I was up on 'something extra
good.' Spent mint, like nearly nil of
tho Carbines, Is u lino stayer and Is,
moreover, tho giimest of Hie game,
end I shall not forget for ninny u long
.tny tho way ho shook off (ho challungo
of Plclon some distance from (ho fin
ish. "I have seen It stated In several
newspapers Hint Amcilcan Jockeys
hold but a poor opinion of thu Kngllsh
methods of racing. Now 1 should liko
lo contradict this widely circulated
ttntcment, for as u matter of fact I
liuvu nocr met an American Jockey
who has not been absolutely delighted
with the reception that ho has receiv
ed from both the racing and non-rac
ing IlrllUh public."
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Qiiiiitci master Cencral Humphrey'!!
tipeech nt tho dinner given In Wash
ington last week lis thu mctubcrs of
the Association or Licensed Automo
bile Manufacturers, who went to
Washington to Invito Piesldent Know
veil to the Kowmlh National Automo
bile Show, wan not only lulorosHng
Irom thu point of view taken by tho
head of thu army, rolatlvo lo automo
biles as a coming means of arm trans
portal Ion, hut contains soma very In
toreutlni; ptudlctlous as to tho future
ol the gasoline buggy Hu cited many
Instances where tho automobile would
lacllltnto the work at tho army posta.
Ail u means of transportation of col
diem he wan iioneoinmiinlcatlve. Ilo
! predicted that tho automobile tor the
! heavy work or haitllnt; material and
Uiiuniiinlllou and doing (hu usual work
of thn nrmy liorto or initio was pnssl
bin, and that (ho Innovation of Hie an
tomobllo would soon supplant tho for
mer method of transportation. Ho
I was In favor of tho autoniobllo for
ticnoriil iim) In Ihu nrmy, and Imped
Hint (ho Hmu wa3 not far away when
Itn adoption would facilitate tho now
nrduoiiD work of niaiiy or (ha nrmy
department, (icnoral Humphrey,
however, is or ihu opinion that In or
der lo inaliii Ihu adoption or tho uiilo-
mohllo In the army practical It would
Iio necessary lo coiinldor tho nil Impor -
linn, juvniiuii iiuu ui mv viiuuuuur,
ii wns of tin opinion Hint i pcrroct
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IIki b Rtrm ami maintain n well orpin
Izcil niitnmohllo coips In thu nrmy
i li.it a department for chaufTctira
I would lmvo In bo rMnbllidiod nt Went
point or nt the various military posts,
,,n; "enr "Ociiornl lliihiplirny'R re-
'marks worn to Hip point Is rvldenrocl
'lit I tin frit-i n I lutt nttil rtl t tfltfntl 111
tho Chauffeurs" Club nt llnrtfnnl. Tlili
orRnnlznllon Iim Just Istuieil n circular
cnllliiK nttcnlloti to tho fnct that tho
co-operntl,o movement among tho
liiatiufnctnrcrK of automobiles lias
licon bo Biireessfnl tliat the chauffeiirM
of America roulil not ilo holler than
follow tho load of tho nulomolillc inn
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Now York, Dec. 23. Dosplto Hio
Koncral belief that Tho national Inter
collculato football rules commltloo,
which helil an all day session In tho
Murray HIM Hotel, Manhattan, yes
terday, would raillr.illy revise tho new
rules which wore adopted a year iiko
and designed lo ilebrutatlzo tho pig
skin game, tho meeting was devoted
to discussing n numhur of amend
ments that have been submitted. In
fact William T Held, of Harvard, kec
rotary, said that tho mooting simply
talked over matters Informally and
for tho purpose of putting an end lo
tho business of tho committee. This
liittfl- was done and tho football rules
r.s at present constituted will remain
as ihcy nro until such time as n now
(ommltteo shall ho appointed by thu
r.rlous organizations who are signers
of tho original agreement.
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Kverybody who knew Jack O'llrlen
before his light with Burns looks as
kance nt him as they see him dressed
In thu height of fashion, with not a
lgn of Hie hard cracks ho received
In tho leccnt mill. And there Is n
clinnged appearance which nt first
glaucu cannot bo accounted for. And,
looking closer, one sees that Jack Is
not only better looking, hut positively
handsome. And why? O'llrlen has
had his nose remodelled which was
broken by Hums In their recent but
tle. Thu swlpo which Hums adminis
tered to him was nut without its
WkiiI results, for Jack's former pug
proboscis now Is changed to a lie.mtl
fill Itomnnesqiie style, which rets off
Ills face In artistic fashion. Hums Is
wondering who got the best of I lie
deal, Having piesenled O'llrlen with
v. lint he thought was n finishing blow,
I o found that Jack not mil) recoveied
himself In tho ring and stalled
through to it ilinw, hut now hns a now
iioho which Tommy started.
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For tho llrst time In the history of
tho Wisconsin University, nn Custom
crew will go West and row the "Bad
gers" next June. Dr. Iltitchlns an
nounced last night that arrangements
had boon made whereby tho senior
eight of Svracusc University would
meet tho Wisconsin 'Varsity about
It is not understood that the holding
of a regatta will positively mean Hint
Wisconsin will not send crowB to tnko I
part In thu annual regatta at Pough-I
An Interesting matter In connection ,
with this racers that tho Wisconsin
coach, IMward . linnlon Ten IJyck, Is'
the sun of Syracuse's Instructor, Jus.
ICdward Ten Kyck.
Princeton's Indoor tennis team nl.ivs
tho Seventh Regiment team In thu nr-!
inory rourtH at New York today,
If you are In good health
stay there by using such
remedies as are always
available, but let them be
fresh. Our drugs are of
premier quality of guaran
teed purity and strength
and the prices are un
We have fully equipped premises on
Queen Street between Fort and Ala
kea Streets, and are In shape to do
first-class repairing, painting, etc.
This department is In charge of
skilled workmen, who, besides doing
icpalr work build wagons, driys and
Prices are exceedingly moderate
and the service unequalled in the Ter
Schuman Carriage Co.
1 CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPARTMENT
'uuecn St., Oct, hort una Alakca Sto,
Sale of Remnants
Monday Next, the 14th
Wash and Woolen Goods
Laces and Embroideries
IN FACT, ALL KINDS OF REMNANTS.
Serial Story No. 1
The way In which we Iron your nhlrt
bosoms Is not ns destructive as you
may Imagine. We simply place tho
bosom on a toft padded board and
press It against a steam-heated Iron
ing plate, holding It there until dry
and stiff. This method of Ironing, we
think you wilt admit, Is even easier
en the goods than hand work would
be, for there Is no rubbing or friction
HARTMAN 8TEAM LAUNQRY Is
the only laundry in Honolulu with a
machine to press shirt bosoms In tho
manner described above.
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
PHONE MAIN 484.
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
Wah Ying ChongCo.l
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
I 3T ALEXANDER
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. sA YUUNU
I r HOTEL
Our Annual Sale
o OF o
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Is now on and will continue for
One Week Only.
We have iccelvcd a Manufacturer's Stock ex Nevad
an, purchased by our New York buyer FAR BELOW
COST, and will be offered at MOST TEMPTING PRICE8.
Ve Invite your Inspection of theso goods; they are all
marked In Plain Figures, so that a glance will ehow what
tho values arc. Call early and occuro firit choice
L. B, KERR &
-at...,. - j"--' nt-fif-'llil haHi-ffiW.'
' . . .
sent Johnnie to the groc
ery for some canned
goods, with positive In
structions to accept only
those bearing the S. & W.
In this respect John
nie's mother differs not
whit from hundreds of
other mother, who have
learned to depend on the
S. & W. Canned Goods
The Popular Grocery Store.
22 TELEPHONES 22 'r
bin Toeen uwd Ior over sixty
i for over si:
lir.T.IONH of Mol
ygaks cy MIL.MUMB ot Motnars
torthalrCIIlLDKKN white TEETH.
lNO. with perfect tucccu. IT
BOOTH K3 tho CIULT), SOFTENS
the GUMS. ALLAYS all pain,
CURES WIND COLIC, nnd lithe
by DrugpUts la every part ot the
world, lie sure and uli for Mrs.
Wlnslow'ft Soothlnt? BmiDttnd tmk.
3 no other kind. 36 Xtatt k fcttle.
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKING CO.,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 001.
M, E. SILVA MANAGER
PHONE BLUE 1871.
HAWA"A" 8 works.
Weekly Bulletin SRI. per y"
THE ISENBERQ RE8IDENCE
Completely Furnished. I shall be I
Kind lo treat with other stents In thin
matter, but- principals must be pnrUes
who would Iee for their own home:
not for suh-letllns. Ilenl ?M00 Pr
JA8. F, MORGAN,
Hourra on Youne Hlrt, Klnnil
Street, Kminn Square and Knllhl.
JAS. F. MOROAN,
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
LULU, comprising' '
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foi t and fttiiK Sts.
phone main nr
J. M, Levy & Co.
KING 3TREET NEAR FORT STREET
PHONE MAIN 149.
At All Watchdealers.
Anent for Mdu,.iltj,i UlanHa
Cor. FORT and KING 8ts., Honolulu.
EXPERT MANICURING for ladles
and gentlemen. Scalp treatment
and facial massage, at
MRS. DORIS C. PARIS' PARLORS,
1156 TORT ST. opposite CONVENT.
JHvia i u 4ti.
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