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BVRNIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. 28, 1908,
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Several of the sl:c machines ordered are sold tn ar
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more about them and show you what they look like.
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HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening to Dec. 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them put
away for you. Mail orden promptly attended to.
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P. 0. BOX 827.
New Negligee Shirts
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may le woiked in any home by simply applying vith a
common varnish biu3h a thin coating of
Old woodwoik, ftoois, and fuiniturc will look as good
r.s new with a single application.
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Are All But Complete
Hawaiian Iron Fenca and Monument Work?
The Outtiggcr Canoe Club Is ready i
for Its big ii'BJtta next Saturday.
Kutilej huc liucn tnnilo for n kciuis
of ceiitn nml ttio nftcri.uon tea, siiu
Mnntlnl Ktippcr nml ilutircH on tliu
new liui.it between the afternoon nml
evening cu-iiU are blinking out tliu
belt efforts of the liuty liiiMiilioi H of
the Chili ami their fi lends.
Allan Ilerheit will lie on haml with
lila famous Huh chowiler not, Kent
down from Wnllele. King, the new
iiuctuKci nml chili cool,, will int'iinrj!
an outdoor llieplaie, nml Mm. A.
roller will imslst the king of chowder
mnUeiH lo iiiep.iic the chowder.
Ilcibcrt dot") not Mop nt mcia
chowdcr-maklng for the Club, how
ever, he Htm ted out im lis fairy god
fathcr and Intends to live up to thut
reputation The ladies are Indebted
to him for their bath house on tha
lueinlscs. now almost completed, nml
lie starts In now to picpaio the bU
All! grass house (In the foicgioiind)
for the occupation of the Senior tiiem
hers, who mi far lime had no plate
excliislvel) their own. The spacious
open lunula and big lockers theicl'.i
will iciualu the lounging place of
the boys, but, within, the one lemolu
lug perfect specimen of nil undent
Hawaiian chief's huiibe In these Isl
ands, he will equip real puweas with
genuine l.iuhala mats nml give the
men of tliu Club a phuc'to rest nfter
the ai dors of stirfhoardlng.
Then, loo, thusu who live uptown
ami wish to ionic down for cuil
lnoililng llshtlig on the leefs be
fore the llrst cars are out will luic
a place to biinU for the night.
The thief's house will be used on
Fatuid.iy, Dec. .'. Mis. John MlCiiiuI
less will have chaise of the lemon
ade In the front lamil, nml under
the big canoe shed will be scned
the famous llsh chowder. About the
lear now middle grass house will
bo served pol mid salmon, while un
der the hau tree by the lagoon Mrs.
J. Ollmaii and her assistants will pre
side over the Ice cieain, and Mrs. U.
I'. Hush will cut the cakes.
I'ndcr the big hau tree behind the
Ci.tbs Iiouscj Mis. Knglish mid Mrs.
V M. Graham and a bevy of pretty
gills will dispense tea und coffee.
Mrs. White, her two daughteis mid
their young fi lends will see to It
that ever j one who wills shall have
a hit of homc-maile candv. In fact,
thcio will be a moveable fcasUnt the
Outrigger gioumls, the cater moving
fiom table to table.
The new latin! on the lagoon will
lie tiled by the children during the
afternoon. Mis. Mary (iunn linUug
promised when the legatta was post
poned four weeks, to take the chair
liianshlp of this event, which nssuics
letter In the evening the adults
will have the lloor to themselves.
Mis. F. K. Richardson, the mother
of one of the Junior contestants In
the legatta, Is general chairman of
the bupper committee, and has the
assistance of n scoie of other moth
eis of Club members, who will see
lo It that the big event is a great
A. (iurtlcy Is chairman of the,
electi Ic lighting committee mid will
see to It that there me dimming ef
fects In colois created under the
can oo sheds and hau trees,
The night laces will be pattly by
eeaichllBht and pattly by Illumina
tion f i om the canoes tjicinsches. The
events, Including the supper, begin
at - p. m., with the boys', btirtboai if
contests and conclude at midnight
on the lloor of the dancing lanai.
B 8 tt
KAM STUDENTS PLAY "
LIVELY GAME OF FOOTBALL
The Intcrgrado football game i.t
(ho Kiimehameha School tinned out
to lie an exciting affair. There was
nolle a ciowd on hand nt the stint
ot the 'play, which was called ut
7:4ii o'clock. After a hind-fought
gamo, the Red and White team
(fouith ginde) ranin out victorious
by (he bioiii ot 12 to 0,
READY K)R MILL
In the first half there was no scor
ing by either side, although the
llieen mid Ited tram was always In
danger, for Hie ball was kept on '
their ground all the time. The 111 st
half ended after twenty minutes of
The Ited and White team turned
nut sluing In the second half and
found tliu weak points of their oppo-'
nents, It was eight minutes after
play when Machado. for the lied and
White, caught n fiimhlo and ran
twenty yards for the llrst touchdown.
i:. Hose kicked the goal, making tha
rcore 0-0 In faor of the Red and
Nothing more was done until the
Inst one minute of play, when both.
sides leturned kicks nbout three I
times mid Ihc Inst timet llusscy ot the
mini grade lumiiicii ami w. iinina ot
the ited nml White caught the ball .
mid made the last touchdown for his
team. This ended the game by the
scene of 12-0 in favor of tho Red nnd
White, which gives them the cham
pionship ot 190S. Much credit Is to
bo given to A. Mctlownn, the coach
of the Red nnd White, for tils nsslst
nncc to the team.
WATER CARNIVAL PROGRAM
AND PRIZE LIST COMPLETED
SULLIVAN AND MILLER BOTH
ARE WORKING HARD
The following program has been
arranged for the water carnival
which will be held under the nils
pices of tho Outrigger Club on tho
afternoon mid evening of Saturday
Klrst Kvcnt Surfhoorillng. Com
mittee: lien (leiinves, Harold llus
tace, Kenneth Atkinson.
n. 2 p. in. Long distance endur
ance (Outrigger bench to ennoe surf
b. 2: 15 p. tn. Relay. From
Judges' stand to point opposite up
per lannl of Seaside Hotel and le
turn. ' -
c. 2:30 p. m. Fancy stunts In
PiIzcb: n, surfboard; h, surf
board: r, membership for 1909.
Second Kvent1 Sailing mce. Com
mittee: Mnrston Campbell, Aithur
Oilman, (lay Rothwell.
To be sailed In small canoes with
2:45 p. m. Sail from Outrigger
beach hack to beach. ICach contest
ant to stand with his canoe how on
beach, and at shot tired, launch ca
noe, tin n her nnd ball to buoy be
yond canoe surf and return, first ca
noe to touch shorn wins. Two boyH
only In each canoe.
I'llzc: Koa steering paddle.
Tlilnl Kvent Women's ennoo
incc. Committee: Mrs. V. M. Gra
ham, Miss Dens, Miss Douglas.
3 p. in. Committee secure en
tries, decide on canoes
whether In lagoon or
Fouith Event Hoys'
inco (limthcr teams).
Sam Carter, chairman; Fred. Carter,
Klbeit Titttlo, Malcolm Tuttle.
3:l.r, p. m. Con r to fiom Judges'
stand In front ot Outrigger grounds
to buoys opposite further Seaside la
nai ami leturn.
Fifth Kvent Olrls thrco paddle
nice In lagoon. Committee: Ruth
Super, l'taillne Schuefer, Margaiet
3:30 p. in. In lagoon courso fiom
inakal end or Outrigger lanat to
WalklKI mad bridge mid leturn.
I'rUo: Thrcu paddles.
Sixth Event 3:11 p. m,: Spenr
tin ou lug fiom surfboards. Commit
tee; Harold Hustaco, Miustou Camp
bell, Aithur Oilman.
A stout toy balloon will bo anchor
ed in cnuoo surf. Each contestant
will ho supplied with u light wand, a
pin may be Inserted In end. Spear
must bo tin own while contestant U
Manillas on board. The first to
piiiictiiro the balloon wins. Commit
tee pleabo report as to preference In
NEXT TO YOUNG Dl.DG., 176190 KING STREET,
By the Hour or Trip
Gc. C. BECKLEYrJr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG OARAGE.
Healani Boathouse Is Attracting Fans
ana worn is uemp; uioseiy watched.
Milter the Dark Horse in the Com
ing Pugilistic Event
Kvcry afternoon about 3:30 o'clock
a select coterie of fans heads for the
Healani boathouse these dus. Dick
Sullivan, who Is to meet Soldier Mil
ler In the ring on Saturday evening
next, Is doing his training there nnd
tho reports of tho wise ones who drop
In to size up the situation lire eagerly
listened lo by tho less thoroughly lut
Sullivan Is working quietly but
effectively and, though ho Is not do
ing any talking, there is no doubt
but that he is thoroughly confident
ns4o the outcome of next Satin day's
mill. He is in the pink or condition,
lively on his feet, mid In every way
in shnpe to give a stlft tussle to the
best man of his weight who ever
slipped under the ropes.
Iloquet Is acting as sparring part
ner for Sullivan and Is, nt the samo
time, getting himself Into trim for
his go with Young Terry, which will
precede the main event on Saturday
night. He is In Hue trim nnd
should be able to make the best show
ing of his career.
Miller Is working out nt Fort Shaf
ter and, in consequence, the fans mu
not as closely In touch with his con
dition ns with thut of Sullivan. Ho
Is repotted to he hnrd nt work, how
Miller Is decidedly the dark horso
In tho match. I.lttle or nothing Is
known concerning his ability and tho
majority of tho fans nre determined
to wait until after his first mill here
before forming nny opinion. Though
Sullivan conceded considerable.
weight to Miller, he will doubtless
be the favorite because he Is known.
Tho few who have watched Mil
ler's work soy that he Is very cleer
with his hands, shifty on his feet,
and In the pink of condition. Ho l.i
also credited with terrific hitting
The main event on Saturday night
will bo preceded by u six-round bout
und another of eight or ten rounds'
Seventh Kvent Olrls' surfboard
contest. Ruth Soper, chairman.
4 p. m. This event will bo In
small surf In front of Seaside Hotel.
Each contestant will be permitted u
Tho girl standing best and longest
on her board (three trials) wins first
prize. Tho one coming In farthest
without paddling, second prize.
Two ptlzes: Jewelry.
Eighth Kvent Roys' six paddlo
race. Committee: Sam Carter, Os
wnld Llghtfoat, Marston Campbell.
4:15 p. m. Knch of commltteo
plcnso report to President for as
signment of crow and ennoe. Course
Outrigger Judges' stand to buoys
beyond Seaside Hotel nnd return.
Ninth Event Large boys' one nail
die lace. Commltteo: Henry Stclncr,
Cuitis Hustnce, Zen Oenoves.
1:30 p. in, Couise: fiom Outrig
ger Judges' stnnd to buoys opposite.
Sensldo liinals and icttirn.
I'llzo: Koa pnddlc. '
Tenth Eveno Hoys' three paddlo
ennoo race. Committee: Kennelli
Atkinson, Kenneth Drown, Kenneth
4M5 p. m. Courso: from Outrig
ger Judges' stand to buoys hoyond
Seaside. Hotel lanala and return.
Prizes: First, three koa paddles;
beiond, three puddles.
Eleventh Event Surfboardlng In
ennoo mu f. Commltteo: Arthur Oil
man, James McCuudless, Chns. Ill ca
0 p. m. Course: from buoys ho
yond canoe surf to bench.
Pilzo: Koa steering paddlo.
Tweiiin Kvent swimming con
test: J. W. Rnllcntyno, Zen Oenoves,
r:15 p. m. Chairman please ro
poit desire of committee nB to rules
to bo followed.
Pilzo: Membership 1909,
Fiom 5:30 to 7 p. in. suppor will
bo served on tho Outrigger groundi.
A dunce for the Junior members will
nlbo be held on tho floor of tho new
club lauul from 5:30 to 8:30 p. m.,
nfter which hour the 8enlors will
linve tho lloor. Committees In
chargo or tho vailpus food booths
will hu announced lutcr.
This pure milk has been giving perfect satisfaction to
thousands of families for years.
It is now more popular than ever. Its Purity, natural
flavor, and keeping qualities recommend it to the careful
housewife. Order it from your grocer.
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Weekly Bulletin SI Per Yean
TUESDAY, DEC. 1st
Big Preparations for the Holiday
Watch our Announcement
about, the Great Gift Contest
First Holiday Display on Saturday
Free Moving Picture Show
Follow the Crowd to Alakea St,
LB.KERR & CO.
Honolulu Department Store
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