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EVnNINU nULLRTIN. HONOLULU. T II, KltlDAY, JAN .It, 1908
1908 Flat Tread Diamond Tires? We
have just received a shipment and if
your Auto is in need of a tire you can
not do better than use a Diamond.
Just Keep in mind also that we have
a fine assortment of Auto sundries of
all sorts. As to Automobiles, well, wc
have four of those, famous Franklin Air
Cooled Cars on the way and iQ in a
few days. Will tell you about them
when they arrive.
E. O. Hall & Son,
ese Pongee mli
LIGHT AND HEAVY
Whit- and Colored,.
New shipment of BEAUTIHJL ORIENTAL FABRICS
tit LOW FRICES!
YEE CH AN & CO., cor. Bethel & King
I Seautifui Honplulu
SEBN IN AN AUTO RIDE
5 njUaW ak i. flt-FS-fc!
2 Just call 2U0 on the 'phone find ask for QUINN. .
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For Ringbone, Side Eonc Spavin,
For Rheumatism, Shoulder, Hock,
Hip, and Tendon Lameness.
For all forms of lameness. Can
be used while animal is at work.
HOOF OINTMENT, to keep the foot
WORM PONDERS. BLOOD TONIC,
CO u Gil MIXTURE.
Obtain? blc at
pom & sons,
WE ARE AGENTS FOR ,
Winton loosing Car'
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them. .
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 3RS. '
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. WrTghi So..
King Street near South i
AT YOUR SERVICE j
J. A. MoLEOD, i
Hotel Majestic, Phone 244 I
with the easiest-ridinj public auto-1
mobile in the city., Long or short
runs, calling or business,
Schuman Carriage Co.,
Fanning Tools and Implements
OF ALL EJNrtS.
DEALERS III LUMBER.
ALLEN & 'ROBINSON,
Queen Street :;'"i: :: Honolulu.
"MO Have vou
TOR MEN AND WOMEN
:. " v-b tea ;
t fhkLipfr ' ' ,k l?'Yi u-JKXt
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all druggists and
Bevelop i sig
Rush oidero oar specialty.
We'll advise you about picture-taking,
NOVELTIES that will make
attractive 'and welcome pres
ents to Coast Friends.
" Everything Photographic-''
4-0ylinder, 7-Patsenger Car,
Factory Price includes Eise
mai'.n. Magneto, also wet bat
teries. Von Uamni-lfoung:
Co., Ltd., Young Bid
Cheer, O! '
Bring your diamonds, watches and
jewelry to jn" and I will pay a price
that will surprise you.
1018 NUUAHU NEAR KINO
. Ljirr?itA'&.ar.flElLf,it.Wli 4MC
run of the Qua
ker City Motor
Club of Phila
delphia w a s
won by the
in fact, was
won twice. In
contest of Jan.
1st and 2d, the
White was the
only car which
made a clean
score on tlie
toid and also
was declared by
t h c Technical
Committee to be
in perfect con
dition at the
finish. For some
reason the Con
tee refused to
accept the find
i n U s of the
mittee as re
gards two oth
er cars and or
dered a "run
o if " between
the White and
test, held Jan. '
4th, terved on
ly to emphasize
of the White.
The second ex
amination o f
the cars made
by the Techni
of such con
that the White
was declared to
be the winner
of the contest
and of the
splendid M a e
phy. - With our en-'
try of but one
car we decis
ively " defeated
27 gasoline cars
of the leading
makes'. T h u 3
has another inii
been added to '
the long list
,o f .'triumphs
achieved by the
W h i t c i the
d i b t i actively
Send in yonr orders at tnee to.
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakoa and Smith.
. SPORTS 1
I W I r. tv I f I f TAN
ji mm mi
Big Doings Tonight At
Chinese Aloha Club
Tonlslit .it 7 30 o'clock nt tlio K.
tit I. hull, the members of the Chi
nese Aliitin I'luli will bIvo a swell
concert ninl il.mco In celebration of
the- Chinese Konohl. It will lie nn
event that the mcinuers or liio club
will long rrincnilicr.
The lont'.'it will start at 7; 30
rliarp anil rill Incluile several untitle
til selection) liy the Kalllnml .If. (,leo
Club, the Ciitlmllc Mlmjon Oi chest ra
mtil the KtuvuihiUi (lieu Chili. Some
of the local hIiikcih will bo them mill,
from what t.in be noon now, thcio
will be some Rood music. A. j. C
Atkinson, who has taken so much In
tel C3t In tte inoniotlou ot Rood sport
riming the mmiiir men or tlio city,
will deliver nu address during tlio
liniiiedlu'ely after the closing of
the stated pioRrnui the chairs will bo
cleared and a grand konohl dance
will take nlae. Tlio Knwnlhaii
(lieu Chili will furnish music for this
and D.ivlil K.ilauokalanl Jr. will lie
I ho lloor iiMiinger. A few of tlio
members have secured Chinese cos
tumes for the dance and something
illin.no will lie seen.
Tlio admission chniged will he 7I
(cuts for Kcntl-man mid ladles tic
iiitiipanled li "Rents" will lio admit
ted fuec. (lot Mittr tickets lit tlio
door, If ou have not nlroady secured
Koa Wood for
iMr. Melnprny, Bccictary of tlio
Varlit Committee, 'Is on tlio lookout
nowadays for u 'good hunch of sea
soned koa veb'd, to he used for tlio
Interior flnlsBihfi' work of tlio "Ha
waii," Tlio iMaliogiiny Company,
where tlio most of tho koa wood Is
to ho found, has not been In tho
Ranie for very long, and, consequent
ly, their wood Is nuiFtly nil green.
Wood that has not been seasoned for
a considerable time ,wlll not do for
Tho "Hnwall" Is tnltng on tho
lines of a racer now. TJie wink Is
piogrcbslng beautifully, and thcro
will he n revelation in store whon
into Hllde.1 Into tho water', for the pen
plo wlio hnvoi not' seen tho slim,
I rim, water-speeder.
a u ::
FOR TWO EVEKTS
Tho knights ot tho cinder prth
nt I'uiiahou College liavo donneil
ihclr running costumes and aio gct
ling Into trim for tho first content of
tho season with tho High School ng
RieRiitlon of athletes. Only two of
the crack loam which gnvo the Kams
:i rub last year arc not in school
this term, and It is expected that
some new men will ho developed who
can 1111 the phcos of tho'-e who inc.
Thcro aio two meets already in
view tho dual between I'uiiahou
and tho High, andtho big event of
the year, tho triangular, In which
Knmeliainoha participates and ton
(C3ts with tlio other two.
iw siiirjiii oil
Standing ono hundred feet above,
tho ground when it Is set, maiio of
Dointlos fir and brought especially
from tho Stato ot Washington, tho
best trcoi slnto In tho Union, for the
puiposr, a 8uJcnlil now flag-pole 1ms
nocn presented til tho oaliu Country
Club by Samuel G (lerrlt P., and J.
A. Wilder, und was formally accepted
yesterday when tho Hoaid of Directing
of tlio club met. A committee was ap
pointed Immediately to select n slto
on which tho polo should bo raised,
and tho work will bo donp as soon as
The track meet which Is to como oft
tomoriovy nfteinoon at the Hoys' I'lold
Is uxclllng couslderuble Inteiest
among local sportsmen, There Is an
unusually lingo nuniber of entiles
fiom tho Chinese contingent, anil the
battles for honors will, from I lie ptcs
ciit o.itlook, bo Iho hottest In tlio his
lot v i, Held and track sports In thW
On Saturdav Next. Fobruarv 1st.
S we will place on Sale
our entire stock of
! Wash Goods j
H consisting of I
Whites and Fancies
A meeting of tho lepiesontntlvea of
tho various olubs In tlio Knlnnlaiiaolo
Ilaroball l.cnguo will bo hold next
Monday to nrrango n second series of
games between tho Cblncso Athletic
Club and tho Kaalas, each team hav
ing won ono series In tho first sched
ule. This latter will bo for tho cham
pionship cup, and will bo a scries of
tlneo games, Iho .winner of two of
Ihem taking tho cup.
Socker football will liavo Its lulling
at tho Maklki gi omuls tomorrow when
tho -Malles mid tho Punahous fight It
out . They nro both holding tho same
percentage; at tho present time, and
tho bruisers of tho plgsklu promise, to
innko tilings Interesting for each oth
er. The gnmo between tho Y. M. C.I
A. and Diamond Head tcnina linn been
postponed for tho present on account
of tho Chinese A. C. track meet to-'
morrow. A great many of tho Chrls-
tlan lads nro athletes on tho cinder
path nu well an tlio gridiron, ami they
me out In make one big try to break
koine records tomorrow.
Thcro are a good many sports
around town who uro willing to icach
down In their Jennn and stake a
bundle of cartwheels that En Sue, the
Chinese, runner, will do tho hundred
In 10 flnt tomonovv. Ten seconds la
mighty fast tlnio for tho hiindred-ynrd
dash, and thuro are not more than a
million runners In tb') States who can
do It, but If Ku Sue is tlect enough to
do that time now, ho should bo a
vnrltl-lientcr In a few jeura If he could
liavo tho proper training and coaching
Dan Kchy, tho nubiirulialied Unl
verslty of Oiegon ljil, who now balds
the record, was not able to cut under
tin Hat until ho got under tho skilful
hands or "Illll" Iluywnnl and "Dad"
Moultln. There Is ah art about train
ing a rhnncr, n flno art, It Is, too,
and theso two men liavo It do eloped
In themselves to about tho highest ex
tent. Dan Kellv was a lutiiral-boni run
nerthero Is no doubt about tliut, but
mi ptobahly Is ICn Hue. Dan Kelly had
e gieat deal of training In High School
In active competition and practice be
fore ho went to colleRo. Kn Suo has
been practically his own coach mil
trainer. If tlio lad makes It In nnv
cxtraoidlnan tlino tomorrow It would
bo a good Idea for sumo of vou old
llnio college tr.iek men aiouiid town
to t'ike Ii 1 in In hand and glvo him n
ii it a
PICKUPS OF SPORT
Hcikoloy, (Jul., Jan. 14. Captain
Stanlon of tho track team and Train
er Walter Cluistlo are making plans
to get the track men In shapo'for
tho two big events ot tho year, tho
Intercollegiate, with Stanford on Apr.
19th anil tho meetwlth th'e Unlvoi
slty of Southern California In Los
Angeles, March 28th. The first
meeting of the athletes for tlio pres
ent term will be hold Thursday utt
ernoon, when tho announcements for
tho tryouts .will bo made.
Now Yolk, Jun. II. Tho National
Association of Amateur Billiard
Players has accepted tho suggestion
of tho French Association for an In
ternational match. The Until accept
ance has been mailed to the French
Club, The matches will take place
at tho Mcdorkrnnz Club about tho
mlddlo of April. The games will be
at 18.2 balkllno and tho balls used
will bo thoso used In Krnnce, which
mo a trillo larger than the American
An order 1ms been Issued dlioctlng
Senator Piatt and his counsel to turn
over all letters and papers In legard
lo Iho Mao Wood-l'latt dtvorco case
for tho Inspection of Mlsii Wood's nt
Tho frionds if tho Mcnna Hotel mo
Invited to attend n farewell ball which
Is to take placo there tonight, tlio last
night before tho tempoiury closing of
tho popular resort. Mnnagor Ilerlscha
announces that tho dauco will bo
strictly u loaji-year affair, and that
ladles must bo bold mid request their
men friends to danco with Ilium.
Kind's oichestrn will uipply the
music, and a good time for ull who at
tend Is promised.
BO FILM SHOW
The 1'ilncess theater on Kurt
street has closed Its doors for tlio
time being, tlio cause being life nou
nrrlval of films which were expected
on the lust boat from the Coast. Dr.
Bracket left on tlio Alameda lust
Wednesday to find out tho causo of
tho delay. As the company doc3 not
wish to tiro Honolulu p.Uions with
fi repetition of tho samo views, tno
management bus decided to travel to
Maul by tho Claudlno tills evening.
Upon their return, tho theater will
bo reopnnod nnd by Hint tlnio the
expected films will bo here. Changes
in tho program will bo mado three
times a week.
he m m
"Tho ninck King," which Is to bo
played tonight nt tho Orpbcum, Is ;i
well-known melodrama und Is doubt
less familiar to many people In this
city. It Is as strong a play us bus
been offered for presentation here this
bcnson. being concerned with tho ar
lcst ot a J "ling Knglislimaii for a
ei line committed hy bis bi other, who
Is his rival In lovo and who has pur
posely turned suspicion upon him. One
of the rccncK Is In Portland pilson.
f i inn which the hero makes his es
cape. Tho play abounds in comedy,
and Is sure to piovo entertaining lo
nil who attend.
"Tho llhick King" Is to bo played
tonight, tomorrow night" nnd tomorrow
nflernonn at tho matinee.
Monday night "Other People's
Money" Is to bo presented. This will
bo Canton Night, given as a benefit
for tho local Odd Kellovvs' Canton. Tho
Canton members liavo been actively
belling tickets, and ns a lesult, It Is
certain that thcio will bo a packed
house. Sovcral special features nro
In preparation' for tho evening, which
pioinlses to bo a mer.iiralilo one In
tho season's theatrical history.
Tho end of noxt week' will see tho
presentation of "Tho Great Conspir
acy," another melodrama, und It In
turn Is to bo followed by what prom
ises to bo the greatest show of tlio
season, "Tho Squaw Man."
On Tuesday afternoon lust, tho Wo
man's Oulld of St. Clements held Its
annual meeting In tho Pailsh House
The organization has been In exist
ence slnco 1899 with a membership
of tlilrty-slx. Mrs. J; "O. Emerson, the
treasurer, resigned her position. Sbo
expects to go abroad for an Inileflnlto
time. Hor resignation was accopted
with profound regrot, us bur befvlces
have been most valuable. ,
A conimltteo of three, consisting of
Mrs. StevensMrs". Frazlor and Miss
Sopor, was appointed lo consult with
the rector In icgardto visiting tin
Kick -and calling upop tlio strangers
Tho officers for the coining year
aio: Piesldont, Mis. Usborno; vlct
president, Mrs, Wm. Thompson; treas
urer, Mrs. O. A. Steven; becretary,
Mis. Wm. Wall; direct i ess, Mrs. Her
beit Mist; naslMnnt dlreetress, Mrs.
H. P. Wood. -Fit ?,'
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 tho
on the main Waikiki road.
Always rented will make agood
JAS. F. MORGAN,
C'ottnge, with modern Improvements;
Emma Squurt, adjoining tho rcl
dence of Jss. V. Morgan; rent $2S
JA8. F. MORGAN,
It will build you up
! CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
FOR. FORT AND KINO 8TS.
Bulls For Sale
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 PATH; Queen of Ha
Havana Cigars; William Penn,
King of Havana Cigars; Rough
Rider, 5o 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.