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Kp r 12 1"t'"' " "" ' - - EVENING' BPLtBflN,'- nONOLULP, T. 1T SATURDAY, NOV. 21, 1908.
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W : MOTORCYCLES bb:S SPORTS
1. ire you interested in Motorcycles? If so, it will pay Boating ,
BK, vou to wait a few week i Rn J see the new ,
fcl.i r J lA I ' . -
Wc havesix of thesa fine machines on the'wtiy from
factory anil will be able to show you the finest Motorcy
cles, both in single and twin cylinder, tnat are made. The
READING STANDARD is ths only Motorcycle that has cv
er been ridden up Pike's 2?eak,
JScyeral pX the six machines ordered t arc .sold , to ar
rive, so get your order in ea'rly. 'Call and we willlell you
more about them and show you what they look like.
E. 0. Hall & Son., Ltd.
u "lAmEStirnxs'ti.iiiS -MLiiri .
This pure milk ha; been giving perfect satisfaction to
thousands of families for years.
It is now more popular tlian ever. Its Purity, natural
flavor, and keeping qualities recommend it to the careful
housewife. Order it from your grocer.
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'Mill HI i'i I'M I 'I i In II "
Great Things Planned
For Outrigger Fete
LAUREL GOES TO
ED IN DECIDING GAME
Tim Knnn.lmonntiiknn fknn surf- ncrnnv the middle craas house nnil
1 ... i '.....". ... .1.. .i. i.-i..., inAwir nrrnwn team th twpvat
board) for which every member of UKB c"",0 "l l"." '"" "". jr:"'Z'"' " ."
. ... . . , Is u gooa cook anil a spicnum uoai-
the Outrigger Club has a, great "lo-mall ,mvnK lmJ experience eve'ry-
hn, goes to the fortunate mnn wno wh(,re from the Yukon lo the South
inters, on the evening otJ)ec. fi, the Sea Islands and Australia. He will No-lcore Hoodoo If Knocked Sky-high
most Btrlklngly Illuminated canoe foi I prepare hot meals ut any time for an(j (joUegijm, ,re Wonted to the
mo evening regaun. im niiiiuui, uhuuko ." "i', Tune of Fifteen to Six Great Foot-
A number of entries hnvc-nlrcady pcrs and night (lulling parties on the jy Between Students
been made nnd It Is likely thnt the reef with torch nnd spear or he 'will!
evening events for the Senior Out-, tnl;e the members of cither sex out Ily .a score of ifi-C tho second tcim
ilggcrllcs will bo oven more showy .In tho canoes. Mrs. King will Beo'0f tno Honolulu High School broko
than thoso of the Juniors In thu art
vnifxin. Tho races will all start and finish
from the judges' stand, which wilt
bo erected In tho surf directly In
to It that the grounds given over to't10 footbnll deadlock yesterday nft
tho ladles' auxiliary are kept In or nrnnoii nnd unit thn Oal.n Cnlleen
front of the big grass house of tho keep the' fre.diets from washing
Outrigger Club. lawny any of the club property. There
iDtHUVII ..1 (ICII. IIIU UHHU VUIICKU
,'cr- I second down to defeat. The gamo
Thri contractors are already nt wa8 pnyc, on Alexander Field In
l. n. !.- ......... nil l.n. I.. .n I .. ....
i"i.lhn tirespncn nr nn imlmiHliiRtU!
work on the mono wall that Is
throng of football fans and rooters.
The game was football from start
The course will be down toward. will be a driveway from 'tho bridge'.,, nnlih. Iinth elavntm . in iim
llrown's and buck. An electric search on fho Wulklkl road between, tho ' ,,n,- of condition and every Inch : of
light from the balcony of the Sea-Seaside and Moana Hotel. properties igr0und on the gridiron wasjeontcst-
blile Hotel will-illuminate tne cn-.uirect to ine ciun grounds, giving
tire course. n private- entrance partlcularlv to
The young folks will hnva their. the ladles' part of the property.
inccH both on the lag6ou and In tho The 'club Innnl will, for tho pros
Biirf ilurlng the afternoon. There eht, until '.filling In Is completed,
ed by the opposing sides. Never was
a game more fairly won and there Is
joy and pride In the hearts of tho
High School supporters.
With two no-score games already
played, and both teams claiming su-
wlll bo an adjournment .ut dusk to, stand over part of the lagoon
....lull.. . . .1... .... A (.Hnrin Hml nit 1 1 A ' h I tl (1 thn llVflnbllfn A 1tM1 llA '' - ..I - ...
i.nuui inc ,.i inci,.itu u , ...v- m. c..nn.... ... mu " , jicriority, tno deeming mntcli was
Outrigger Club grounds for all com- connected hy causeway with tho lookcd forward to with Intcnso Inter
crs. At dark, the night events will ciun road and with the beach,
begin. I It Is Intended to make tho after-
At a meeting of tho Outrigger noon nnd evening festivities of Sut-
Club directors yesterday, It was dc- unlay, Dec. fi, suitable to all peoplo
cliled to (iucji tho club to the la- and purseB. There will be vnrlom
dies, they being given separate quar- fenst booths under the canoe shells,
ters and a part of tho club grounds In tho grass house, and under the
fun limit. .lVnlllutun liu. rriln uilflfn linil fff.OB nil flf Wlllrh Will llfl
.... ...... .....u..u ... ... , - - - . jxo sooner was ine.ice uroitci
win no icnccd in nun laou to me iik'uch eienrienuj is cuiurs. mere 'ihlncs becan to haniipn Tim Tol-
tcrner sex. Tho dues for tho ladles will bei renilemonado nnd cocoanut esanB not t0 ,0 outdone, buckled
wur uc u a year, which gives mom 1111115, I"" cocmans ana iisn cnowaer, 1 dowj, to' Work and steadily forced tho
the use of tho- hath house, canoes, ,to say nothing of aUcrnoon tea, IcVu' dow"n nto High School terrl
surfboards, and free1 club priviiegjs. cream; coffee', nnd every requlslto for K0ry. Strive as thoy would, the
est, both sides claiming that the palm
of victor was certain to come their
Tho honor of knocking the no
score hoodoo off the scries fell to tho
High School yesterday, tho first tally
being n clever drop kick by Davis.
.iio sooner was tho Ice broken than
A dozen mothers will act as a
board of directresses for the Ladles'
Auxiliary and see to It that there h
ulways a cluiperonc. present when the
vouric uconle nro at the beach. Cuids
nf Imntnlmrsliln nmv tin flAPiirpil frtim ,rl nvnr liv 'thn ' lni1liK nf thn mislt
the Club treasurer, H. 11. Trent. Ilnry, will see to It that, they are wcl
The ladles' bath house Is almost taken cafe of," and perhnps there .will
completed nnd will ho lendy for use be d'anclng'on the floor offtho new
in n few. days. , club lanal, which Is to be laid ut
Mr. and Mrs. Klnk-iWlll hereafter once.
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Wholesale and Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattltf Horses and Dogs.
Consultations Persona! or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
H. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY ETORE. His store will le open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. lS'.h and then every evening to Dee. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them put
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to. .
'. M. B. Counter, P. 0. box 827.
OFFERING EXTRAORDINARY 1 ! !
Japanese and Yankee -Pencil Pushers
Will Meet and Fight for Dia
afternoon'' on tho
(vent of tho season will be held.
t'uiis who want seats'wlll have to up
ply early or. run thu risk of getting
lolt. The. gieat carnival of sport will
begin promptly nt'l o'clock and will
League grounds, the great
a gooa dinner or supper. I School players could not Impede the
The night will be full moon, anil ,,-(, f th- advancing nlmkln.
parties aro luvlted to ojganlio forK,nay Mon Yln wng gelit through.
fit iiftikrntviii ntirl avnnlnir nn(lhn Ilia ' .. .. i . . . . .
.. .....m.. ...... ...... U.,..B, ... lllB uno ,or a- toucnuown una uanii
Outrigger Club commissariat, presld- BUt,0(i ,ead.ln the score. The coal
was' kicked nn'd the standing nt the
end of the half was C-4 with Oalui
0111116 high 'end.
In the Bccond half the High School
men started work with renewed en
ergy. If they played determined ball
In the first half, their efforts in the
second wero Herculean. Davis, the
High School end, tucked the yellow
ellipsoid under his starboard arm
mid starte'd for I'unahou. goal line
and he got there.
Following Davis' touchdown, the
goal was kicked and High School
clock began to rise in the market.
' With a 1U-G score against them,
the Onhu men settled down to heady,
steady playing. The High School
men hnd started -the ball rolling,
however, and things continued to go
their way. Just beforu the end of
the half, Norton got hold of the ball
and slipped It across the College
Automobile Clnb Arranges for Motor
Gymkhana at Kapiolani Park
A motor gymkhana at Kapiolani
Park will be the novel entertainment
which tho Automobile Club will fur
nish on Thanksgiving Day. A whulo
lot of originality hns been exercised!
In making up tho program ami that
the event will be unifiue In tho ex-
English Plum Pudding
Mince, Squash, Pumpkin, and
UP TO PALM standard of excellence, fresh for deliv
V cry Thanksgiving morning;. ORDER TODAY.
PHONE 311. HOTEL STREET NEAR UNION ST.
Geese, and Chickens
Bred in California and raised ,o grain. They are in
he condition for dinner Thanksgiving Day. Let's have
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Plants, Seeds, Trees
Send your name and address for
our fully illustrated
NEW 1909 GENERAL CATALOGUE
to be ready for mailing in December.
We are already enjoying a largo
trade in the Hawaiian -Islands and
would like all interested in the gar
den to send for the catalogue,
' Our seeds are grown largely on our
own farms and are the 'BEST TO
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52 JACKSON ST.
SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA!
Evening Bulletin 75c Per Month
Japnnese Chronicle nnd the Itulleitn. !Caer one mile ns nearly us possible
Thu flrHl 'pntnn. ShlmhnK Vftrmis ! I.. r.... ... I .. n t .... nC ...... i
-."- ;-- o-."-. -. ,,i mill MIIUUIVB. 111V 4.UI IU1UIU
Stars, will begin promptly at 1
o'clock. The(. llulletln-Chronlclo
gumc will follow Immediately after.
There will lie fiut slleht chance of
getting reserved' seats for thb Secoiul
event separately, so fans will, find, it
t'ufer to arrive nt tho grounds ut
daybreak and take iliclr places In
line before thu box office, n
That the games will bo the best
that hayo been seen hero this season
goes wltjiout saying. The llulletlu
Is preparing a greut scoop for tho
In fact tlmtj scoop will be so over
whelming that, when Tittle 30"Is reg
istered, on 'the foreman's muko-up
t..i ,i - JH II I ' I. I
YOU EVER AT&; '
.The finest .Pies, you could want may be made with
two light, flaky crusti nnd a 'filling of
Heinz Mince Meat
IT COMES IN CROCKS.'
Ask your Grocer for it, and say "HEINZ" very Dis
tinctly, H. Haokf old Sc Co.', Ltd.,
closest to that time wlus the prlzo.
Kntiles open to nil sizes und makes.
Second' !: vent One mllo standing
start race., Curs wiil be placed In a
lw,wlth their engines dead, and
drtveis will start one hundred yards
behind their cars. At the signal, all
drivers will sprint for their ma
chines, cruiik them up and then race
one mile round the track.
Third Event I'otnto race. Cars
to sturt standing and a potato to be
picked up at every qimrtijr-inllo post.
l'Viitrth Kvent Tilting nt the ring.
Lances fiir each driver and a ring
hung from posts, six to tho. half mile.
Fifth Kvent. r Tire race
Shect.tliere Won't llO the Sign Of U vnnr Urn InliA lhm nfT nnd Ihnii mil
score opposite tho names of the Jnp- thcm on aud infliite beforo starting.
nncso chnmplons. - Sxt, 'uvont Half-mile slow-speed
Doubtless the Shlmpos will admin- direct drive. Ilarrcd Ifyour engine
Ister a bad defeat to the Stnr aggre- stops,
gatlon, so the overwhelming victory Seventh Event Strnlght-runnlng
of tho llulletlu forces will no moio ,aco ror, runnijoutB costing 1000 or
than uvernge things up. Come curly eHS,
und avoid the rush.
conelst of two matchlesB baceb.Ul tieiiiu rocs without saying.
gnmeshe flist between tho nines of Fcllowlng Is the program as far
tllC HllWaii SlllmilO lind tile Evohlllglnu II lino l.nni. nrraml'
Star, and the second between thai Kirst Event Time race: cars must' Boal "nc' niaklng the second touch-
uown lor ins siao. ine goal was not
, The College men tried valiantly lo
even up, 'the score, but the High
School line was there and before
much piogress could bo made against
It, the end of the half was called.
The nnalBCoro showed fifteen points
for the High School ns against six
for tho College.
The victory wns the signal for a
wild burBt of rooting from the High
School' supporters, und the' players
weio loudly cheered as they left tho
Yesterday's game completes tho se
ries of three arranged between tho
cecond teams; of tho High School and
Delluto Dahu College and hands the cham
pionship Into the keeping of the for
mer. TANSAN PLAY TOMORROW
KZ DOTTjkYOURSELFI H
10 1 w brighten up HI
BHr HV 45E Home HI
KMinif A cw or
If your Furniture; Woodwork
or Floors are old, laded, soiled
WILL WORK A TRANSFORMATION
PUR DAUB DV
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
' PREHISTORIC. POETRY
Each candldnl'O a hue and cry
Will ralso before they're through,
And those who dq'noC know may-yet
lie made to know Hughes' hue.
' Houston Post.
Eighth Event Two-mile race for
nnbouts, all styles. -,
Ninth Event Threo-mllo trotting
Entries Will Close at Ten O'clock
and Long List of Competitor
Tho Tansan cup tournament will
begin promptly nt 10 o'clock tomor-
ow morning on tho Jinks of the Oa
nice for touring cars fully equipped., hu Country Cliib, Entries will be
Tho first. event Will start promptly 'open until the time that play begins,
at ! o'ejdck in the niornluc.
net your lunch at the Now E.iglnnd
Hakery. Hotol street.
&Zted Stoddard-Day ton seted
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-Y0UN0 GARAGE.
but positively' no names will be le
corded aftor 10 'o'clock.
Much interest Is being taken In tho
tournament and there Is every Indi
cation that tho entry list will ho
largo. The general opinion Is thnt
the play wilt be close and no ono is
venturing to name the winner. Tho
, lant Tansan tournament sprang sev-
era! surprlnc3' on local golf experts
und the' outcome of tomorrow's play
will be watched with' unusual Inter
Additional Sporting News on Page 11
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It Isn't worth It." Houston Tost.
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