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' Factory Price includes Eise
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I Some of the biggest
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1018 NUUANU .VEAR KINO
fci&aJji! .Kwywil yklittOUi&ftrtL '--
Mailes Tie Score In
Last Minute Cf
Maklkl Held saw a collide of ns warm
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ut.iu 11, k,.iu.-o mtt OtlillllUIJ H UU.i:
tiw In n pin) I'd mi that flclit. Tin
calm ln'twot"! tlif MjIIuh, wippoi.edI
ilu- cracli li'tuu of tho league, ami Die
Hiaimiiiil ll'.nlK ended up I1I1 a lk
nori- Imt tin- '.wine up until tin- lint
iiim.ii-ii in pla) wan nil In the liaii'ls
or tin IIc.uIh It looked ci'it.ilnl) ni
.f tho 11111-1 win. wlili the fccure J 1
and onU a pjit of 11 minute of play
ing time It-f t. Imt tliu Mnllvi xlmncil
1t1.1t tin dewn I'd tliuh f.mt playing
ii'pnlltliri li rushing the lull down
fur n goal J"t In tlmo Scoro 2-2.
Tli'' l'un.iliiiu tcnni cantered nil
minimi the M. ( An In Ilu flint
Kani", hIiiiMIiik out tholi opponents
.ml pi lir-: (1 1 M'ori'H to their own
lu-.ii Ilu- losing ii'ain. Iimvetor,
'.i at n dlsiiihnntago Inasmuch at a
'iiiipli of tlif li-t plii)i'ra wuro out
I lhr Kline Macauli), Nicholson
mil Mun Yin were tho lirlcht nartlc
ilui ufir.i ol the contoKt.
Ji.hu Clarke, tho fullliack for the
I I iiuond Ho ids, played pcihaps the
ht'st linlhlilii.il K'llilo of an) of tho
iIhm ni IIIh wink wan last and clean
Tl e llnt'iii u
l'li'iiilioiK In.wn.lH, I.mh.ui, Mon '
Yin, Maciulry, Thompson, Cctton,
half liaeks, McKI'imin, Nlcholfcoii,
UikIko; full-liaekn, Al.ln.t, Uavlt; jjojl,
Y M C. A. Korwanlii, Anil, Iloh
bliiH. WatetliouFe. Gocklnirn, Kin,
liilfdi-.ckB, Sp.ildlnK. Ulacbmnn, An
letBon; fulMi '(!!, John Woo, lfcoder
irk; coal, DIcVkou.
.Mailes- Foiv.ardit. DulKht, Hallo,
CraU. Om. Andrenu, lialMiacks,
D.'VlH. HL'i',' limn. II ChllllnKWo.th;
1 all hack tl Andu'hou, Center: k'.oal.j
Dlanoii'l Ileaila rorward.!, W. Chll
lliiK". 01th, l.emou. B. ChllliiiRnorlh,'
tnijtho. Wlllljins; halfduckH, Aiuler '
Jii. I! CIiIIII:ik.o-iIi. Chilton, lull ,
iu'it .! fMnrl.o 11. rinfkiv irn'il '
Slakes Big Score
Twelve to two was tho hioik Ii)
Milch the ltreuei'H tioiinced the I'eail
Hnndlcs ) cM 01 ill) The) hail the
Kline veil In hand nil the llnio and
lheie uns never an) douht runcuinliiK
1I10 outronie Tho Ocian VIcwh and
the l.aundiiH pluyod a much closer
isanie, the heme liclnif 3-7, III favor
of till) VIduh.
Tho yrori'H h) IiiiiIip;h:
KilIM 1 2 !) 0 H II 0 0 0 2
H.lHii lllt . . I) 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 0
1 2 .1 I G fi 7 S 51
linns 1 11 1 03 0 7 0 12
li.iBo mis 1 n 1 n 1 1 11 id
itiiiu 1 n 1 n 0 2 0 0 it
lliBO lilts 1 12 10 12 1 "-12
S S I.AIJNDRYS.
1 2 3 I 0 0 7 S 0
llabli Hits .. .3010010117
TWO IIIQHTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY. JANUARY 27,
"Whgnjter Soul Speaks"
TWO NIGHTS, BEGINNING
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2D,
"When Women Love"
TWO NIGHTS, BEGINNING ,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1
"The Black Flag" j
Evening Prices 25, 35 and 50c
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
..43 - A .'.. .... ...lfclti. l1ii,..uAtiwSfc'll
til IN ,1
South Coast Yacht Club
' Other Notes
Cntrlcs for the ti.ins-l'aclllc yacht
aco will close on the 1 1 til day of
April, 1008, amiulliiR to a letter re
ceived hero from the South Coast
Yacht Chili of San I'eilio, California,
which Ih 10111I1H I1:h: the rnie this
)car. Tliu race will start nt 12
o'clock 'sharp on the I lth of Juno
f 1 inn San I'eilio, and will end up
Just ns soon as the masters can get
their lioata into Honolulu liarhor.
During the hint raco the I.urllne
made It down In 12 d.ijs and 7 limits,
with the Anemone, flying the om-
ilal ImrRco of the New Y01U Yacht
Club, second, (oniing down hi II
ila)n' tlmo. The llttlc'iacer m Pa
Ionia, Just half an laigo as the I.ur
llne, lepiesenled the Hawaiian Isl
ands, anil she made tho distance ill
ir iln)B. The I.urllne made one. re
markable rccoid In that raco 2400
miles on one tack, without shlftlnK
her sails once
KITorts are being made to get Into
communication with tho H0y.1I Yacht
Club of Vancouver, II C, and Imluco
Ibem to enter some of their craft.
.Macl.aren, a member of that club,
nnd the owner ot tho Maple Leaf, Bald
to ho nn exceedingly fnst jacht, le
ricttcil very much that he had not
been notified In time to enter his
yacht In the rare last )ear. Ho will
be notified this )car, but tho notifi
cation will probably come from here,
as the South Coast Yacht Club did
not conduct the lace last )ear, nnd
they nre not fully acquainted with
h.it Una gono on In tho past. It Is
n fact wcii thy 0f mention that the
majrltyi of n'flcht-owners on the
Conn who wish ,to,leain more partic
ulars of tho race conditions, write dl
ilit to tho Hawaii Yncht Club here
The local club has nothing to do with
tho conducting of the ince this )car,
but It Is certainly doing a lot or
One of the best tournaments held
mentis In local tenuis elides came
off 011 he Herctnnla courts Saturday
afternoon between the l'aclllc and
lleietanl.i clubs. The teams fiom the
foimei club won out by the close
niaiglii of eight sets to five, though
the pli)lng was fast all the time and
It was not until the final sets were
over that tho winner could lie
The Wairen hrothcis put up the
lastest piny seen 011 u local couit for
1111110 tlmo In their set wltji William
ton .mil Brock. It was n long deuce
fcet, nnd tho Wan ens weio forced to
light up-hill a gi enter part of the
time, dually winning 111 to 11 Their
lung lohs and swift hach-hauil le
an ns wero features of the mutch and
the two bo)s pln)cd together well.
Williamson has a net-shlinmlng serve
with lots of steam- behind it that
bodes 111 for his opponent.
Theio was iHarge ciovvd gathered
on tho pot ch of the club-house to
watch the play, nnd n long line of
automobiles stood nut In the sticet.
The following were tho results ot
the afternoon: K. Cooke nnd C
C'ooho beat Lowrcy nnd Ilocltus, I'ora
ter and Harwood bent Watct houso
i.ud Castle, Dillingham anil Atheron
bent Itletow nnd Kennedy, Hahbltt
and Mead heat Ilootll nnd Pccli, Roth
Mill Stcoro bent Oeorge nnd Anderson,
W. Wnrren nnd 0. yurrcn bent llroek
. ' :: :: ::
The Ilulletin nowsboys won from tho
Pacific Transfer team jpstenlny nt
Wnlkild park by n scoto of ti lo 3.
Tho llno-up ot tho teams Is ns fol.
llullctlns jr. Ogcn, c.j O. Cnhrnl,
p.; A. Momlnncu, lb.; J. Homos, 2h.;
J Menilonca, 3b.; M. Autone, sh , Jou
l'lores, if.; W. Majtln, It.; M. Sonza
Pacific Trnnffer Perry, cf , J Sll
mi, rf.; Cninbrn, If.; Frcil. p , Mlko,
c , Aiude, 3b.; Alnmedn, 2b ; Cnotuno,
lb.; Antono, sh.
Pacific Tinnsfor.O 2 0 0 10 0 0 0-3
llulletlu 0 113 0 0 0 1 0
Stiuck out lly J, Cnhrnl, IS; by
I'led, 7 llnses on halls J. Cibial, 8
in NAVY BLUE, WHITE and
and BROWNS. Sizes G to 12
ALSO A FULL DISPLAY OF
SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, BLANKETS, COMFORT
ERS, OIL CLOTH, TOWELS, TABLE PADDING, ETC.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
WIN GREAT CONTEST
Scottlih Thistle Club Loses In Golf
But Wins Post Doard
A most Interesting game of golf
was jila) ed between the Sons of St.
O cor go nnd the Siotttsh Thistle Club
i.t Mo.innlu.i Jan. 2G. Tor some tlmo
healthy rlvnlr) has been shown be
tween these, two societies In their
Kiclal entertainments, the Mist was
1, challenge at cauls by the former,
resulting In n win lo the ehnllcn
013. This led to u response chal
lenge nt golf, resulting In a natural
vtlu to the Scotchmen b n nnirow
mm gin, nftcr playing 3C holes; It
was won by one hoto nnd mote close
ly by tho Inst put of the veteran D.
W Anderson, whose hnll was partly
ttlnied by his opponents, but, noth
ing daunted, ho pushed his oppon
ent's to one bide nnd holed his bull,
thus winning a well-contested game.
The Sons of St. Oeorge wero guar
rd by the spirit of St. George and
t lie Dragon, whilst the Scottish This
tle Club wero cheered on to victory
by Chief J M. McKinnon, mounted
like Tain O'Shanter on his grey man;
"Mng," he rodo furiously over the
course cheering his countrymen on
Singles In morning, IS holes; four
some In afternoon, 18 holes,
Scot. Thistle Club: Holes
:. Munro (hep. 10) 1
1) W. Andeison (sc. ) :i
It Andeison (hep. 3i 2
U. I.elthead (hep. 8) 0
St. (lenrgo: Holes
C. i: lMniunds (hep. 7) 0
A. i:. ,lm dan (hep. S) 0
Dr. llumpluls (hep. 12) 0
It. A. Jordan (hep. 12) I
Scot. ThlBtlo: Ho'fo3
It. Anderson, (!. I.clthe.ul 0
I). W Anderson, II. Munio.... ii
Keen Warml I
Cotton, Union and All-Wool
from 75c upwards a pair
Full-Sized Comforters,$2.50 to $4
Honeycomb and Marseilles
Spreads, from $1.20 to $4.75 ea.
. Kerr fc Co
Fancy Mixtures of GREYS
C. 12. IMmunds, Dr. Hiunplirls
(hep. 3) 4
It. A. .Ionian, A. II. Jordan (hep.
Flnnl majoilty in favor of Thistle
Club, 1 hole.
:: tt j:
The Anln Athletic Club whipped
the Aba hi team In n game of baseball
pla)cd nt Aula Park )cstorday morn
ing to the tlmo of 0-4. Tho Japanese
boys played well during the gniuo
nnd dining some stages things looked
blue for Hie Aulas since 0110 ot their
tegular players was put aside. Tho
Asahls wero determined to beat their
opponent and had they been able to
vvnt tho hall, when men wero on
bases things might have been differ
ent. The only trouble with the Asaht
men Is that they cannot meet tho
ball on the nose when thero 1110 men
on bases, while tho Anlns wero able
to sting tho hull In 11 wicked manner
when every bingo counted. Tho
tcoio was 0-1 In favor of the Aulas,
but the Asahls ought to lie congrat
ulated for tho good showing they
made against the cieani of the whole
Tho second gnmo started promptly
nt 1.15 p. 111. between the Sweet Vio
lets nnd tho Chinese Aloha Club
This wus the best game played In
the ultcinoon nnd perhaps the best
that has ever been Been on that dia
mond. Though the Alohas defeated
the Violets they had to hustle In ol
der to laKo the game, us the Sweet
Violets were playing good ball. Dur
ing tho game both teams changed
their pltchcrB and catchers. Jack
Plores did wonderful work )osterday
with the stick. Tho scoic In tliis
game wns 13 to 8,
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In speaking of the financial condl
tlon nnd tho outlook for tho season's
business, A. C. Leonard of tho W. D.
New erf rubber Tompaiiy, which hand
les tho (loodycar tho, Bald yesterday
that business wns 50 per cent bettor
than last mouth nnd was liicieaslug
IIoIoipji . BULLCTIN ADO. PAY -xm
NO PROPERTY IN HONOLULU has
the prospective value of
if you buy it right.
I HAVE A VERY BIG BARGAIN
A seven-roomed HOUSE and large
LOT a little past the
on the main Waikiki road.
Always rented will make a good
JA9. F. MORGAN,
Cottage, with medern Improvements;
Emma Squart, adjoining the resi
dence of Jns. K. Morgan; rout S25
JA3. F. MORGAN.
RUN DOWN t
It will build you up
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KING STS.
FOR SALE OR HIRE
Fine Driving and
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King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
ADELINA PATTIj Queen of Ha
Havana Cigars; William Pcnn,
King of Havana Cigars; Rough
Rider, 60 cigar, always to the
front. Edgeworth, Quboid, and T,
& B. Smoking Tobaccos. MYRTLE
CIGAR STORE and FITZPATRICK
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.