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HAt? SItT'" .'" :" EVENING DPLtETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 2, 1909. '
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IW Ayu Baseball
B Diaries , Boxing,
f Jm, t,Wl,.MjpAr fir j f aianusomeiy uuunu in ciuin i --- I
K'J' nVfAfp' S I and leather for Pocket or
b B. 4 n 14 MKMII -
E - & lKr K ' CALENDAR FADS
T 1 Z iibbbM 3 I" All Sizes
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
Avoid sickness among fowls by
miUnff housings and surround-
iafBsaallary. A. little Zenoleum
la tks TrMtcimh pall will work
vrondcrs. The suriit curs f tr
scaly legs and Mfce trouble ti ,
I KEYSTONE-ELGIN WATCHES
At All Watcbde&lm.
I Agent (or Hawaiian Islands,
1 Cor. FORT and KINO Sti., Honolulu.
ZENOLEUM 7 xmas is coming
A tfigU quart wU tit 100 f fell
Uc, ilt-t,flcftt,t InrariarroottJ
ft fed koutMoac In SO uy will kep
aaw uiwui bou inure iwicct netjuui
"Tht Grtpt Oot Tar OarbotU
BUfnUoUnt Dip." f
Come in and select SHOES for you'
and your children. They are satis
factory; their Prices Reasonable. An
XMAS GIFT will accompany each
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. near KINO St.
Thorobred Bull Terriers
A. R. Rowat, O.V.S.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Black Douglas Oil
ri Is classed as one of the greatest known absorbents. Its
- value lies in its great healing power WJthout Irritating.
.f . Horses may be treated with it and still warked.
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Hones that "stumble are sore and stiff and weak in the
, T i .r , . - . i .a.j i .-
legs ana tenaoni, are laimcnsciy ucncuicu ay u.
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There U no know.i remedy that will do a hone's legs
more' good than bendajius them with this oil.
Pottle' & SOIIS, Honolulu
TEL, 1180. ...
J. III .L i--
Are Built for Service
AVe cannot emphasize that too strongly. In their man.
ufactore SERVICE (ECONOMY for the CONSUMER) is the
FIRST consideration; after that comes APPEARANCE. ' '
It is made of whit a pine. "Hard wood" SOUNDS bet
ter to the ear, but repeated tests have shown that nothing
is the cqi'P.l of seasoned whit: pine as & non-conductor of
The smooth, sanitary ZINC LININGS of the EDDY are
not so PRETTY as porcelain and tile, but they will never
peel, crack, or break, making crevices for accumulation of
filth and disease germs.
The EDDY is an Honest, Serviceable Refrigerator,
T. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd.
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.Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monnment Worki
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDQ.. 176-190 K(NQ
Evening Bulletin T5c. Per Month
Mailes Carry Off The Soccer League
Championship With Apparent Ease
tt n m a it h u n w tt a u n u a n u tt a tt
Mallets 3, Diamond Heads 1; Young Men's Christian ABSoclntlon
4, PutiatiotiB 1, , ,
Tlio clntnploniitilp laurcln In tlio soccer foothill leaguo liavo Ronu
to Die Mulk-8. A victory over tlic Diamond. Hetds, on tlio league
Krounda jcaterday attenioon, faxtenvd tliem solidly In their place,
nnd any chance of another Rime, this Reason, nns sent glimmering.
With only two jiolnta separatlnR tlio Mnlles from the Y. M. C. A.
tlilnxi looked decidedly liitercstlnK. When the otmg men managed
tu shallop the l'unahoits eslcrday, thereby tying the Malle score, It
began l look ns though another gmo might ho needed. The Mullen
sunt all hopes tu sleep In the second game, by administering a fine
trimming tu tho Diamond Heads, and again sliding two points ahead.
Diamond Heads ......
I'uiuhons .., I
Final Standing of Teams
Played Won Lost Drawn
There was not an good an nltetidanco as tlicro should have been
at the last game of tho season Pans did not turn out In Urength,
und what onlookers there were were decidedly listless.
Tho PiinahOu men evidently left
their winning clothes at homo jester-
day nrternoon, for they showed nono
of the faculty for piling up scores that
characterized their work during somo
of Jlio games of the season. Tho Y. M.
C. A. soccer hunch difealed them eas
ily nnd the HCore of 4 to 1 hardly Hives
n fair Idti of tho real Mate of the
;Tho onlj Puliation goal was madp
car)) In the first half, nnd' wan the re
sult of n penalt) freu kick. The Y. M.
C. A. men won all of their goaf by
hard wefrk und their victory had no
strings to It. '
, Neither (om distinguished Itself. as
inr as team wrorK was concerned. 1 no
ti!ft tuna Anis Iln.Wtt nnnj nn.l x t
,.., "uo ikuueuij iuhfcyi, urn, iii mr, j, Aiucconei, en.; niacKman, rn.j
llnu-y almost cjude.- ThePunahoulAndorson, or.; Dickson, lr.; McLaugh
uacKu,, snowed up cry 'won . and at
cany nor willing victims by any means,
and It was only by hard, consistent
team playing that the Mallcs managed
to pile up tho three goals which gavo
them the victory, and the champion
ship. Considering tho Importance of the
games tho last of the series tho at
tendance was very disappointing. Ap
parently Now Year's Day din not aiv
peal to the (ans as a deslrablo time for
football, nml.tho grandstand was al
most empty. The- moro enthusiastic of
the fans througed the lileach'cra. but
'they were not out In as strong forcu.
as tney Biioulrt nno been.
Tho team's lined up as follows:
Y. M. ,0, ,V.-7-J. A. Macaulay, g.;
Swift, lb,; Dickinson, rb.: Rlckard,
)h.; J, Mace'oricl, eh.; Dlackman. rh.;
, PfeU'U a tower of-strength, The
ivus kept In u llallous'manner how-
jver, k " '
Thti Becimr'gamo was distinguished
by some pretty-lively play. Tho Mailes.
realising that the championship, was
utmost In their grasp, got' right down
tOxbuslupsL and they handed out a
specimen of soccer that madp the fans
iilnnd up and lake notice. Strong team
wotk characterized their play, an)
(hey showed moro of championship
lorm yesterday than they hao hereto
orq at any time.
Tho DJamoqd Heads did not provo
lln. cf,; ill, Brown, II.: J. Macanloy, ol.Jlhe homo table,
lunuiiuu-jirraaur, g.; Ai.ina, iu.; it.
R. Catton, fb.t tMacklnnon, lh.; I.ota,
ch.; .Dodge, rh.; 'C. I.yman, or.; V.
Desna, lr.; Mon Yin, cf.; Walker, II.;
J. H. Catton, ol.
Mailes 4. J. Delserg.; J. C. McOIII,
lb.; Wm. Orefg. hb.: It. Andrews, lh.;
II. Chllllnkworth. ch.: E. Dals. n. !!.:
Marcalllno,.ol.; Cralk,' l.; R. Andrews,
.; ii.iiauey, ir.; u. uwignt, or.
DlamondT Hca(s Chllllngworlli, g ;
J. Clark( lb.; J. Hlckmanhb Lompn.
lh ; Hughes pit.; Sherwood, rh.; K.
Koa, ol.; B. Ternandez, II.; SlnB Chong,
cf.; Abe Norton, Ir ; C. Oss, or.
llPeter Stanley Is After
Fight and Puts, Up $100
a "If cither Sailor Morch. W. C. Taylor or Joo nmorv wanu tn
a meet Peter Stanley In the roped arena, somuthng can probab.y be
U arranged In record time. Stanley Is out for n match and has denon.
a Ited 1100 with the Snorting Editor of tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n ns ovldenrn nr
a his sincerity. Tho money will go ns a side bet, and tho first of the
a three, man named who. covers the coin will bo taken on.
a Stanley would prefer to meet Morch, but either' of tho nthei
a twd will bo satisfactory to him If his (100 Is covered. Stanley
a will jlght at 130 pounds, rlngsldo w eight.
a Stanley Is anxious for a fight, aril wants ,to fight for tho 1100 sldo
a bet and . purso winner tnko all. Ho announces that ho will keep
a his money up until tho first of February,
a "I um talking business." said Stanley this morning, "and I am
a putting up my money to show that I am in earnest. Tho first of
a the threo men nnmed to cover my money, will bo token on. Let tlio
a fighteri) get busy now and come through with tho coin."
a The. man that wants the mute h will hao.to step lively, for Stun
a ley's mone) will doubtless ho covered tn short order.
PICK OF THE FLOCK
SOON WILL PARADE
FEATHERED ARISTOCRATS WILL
STRUT IN EXHIBITION
Entries for the poultry show close
en Wednesday, January 0, when ever)
exhibitor will havo eclected his best
birds and entered them with tho sec
retary of tho Hawaiian Poultry Asso
ciation. Tho "pick of tho flock;" both In poul
try and pigeons, Is having oory at
tention necessary to make tho meeting
with the judge an agreeable one und
perhaps memorable for prises won. All
will be In tho pink of condition as far
as health, weight, shapo and color as
described by tho American Standard
of Perfection are concerned. This
book enables the breeder to mako care
ful selections for show nuntoHOs. and
names tho disqualifications that some
times put au otherwise fine specimen
out of tho raco, thus suvlng the owner
tho disappointment of getting nocoro
on his bird.
To oxhtblt a good bird In tho com
pany of other Rbod specimens, Is tho
only way to ascertain Its strong or
weak points, and shows the owner how
ho can Improvo his matlnga for anoth
er .season's breeding, or perhaps his
colectlon of birds to exhibit.)
With this Btrlvlng for birds of Ideal
shape and color comes an ample supply
or atock to furnish eggs and meat for
JOCKEY JOE NOTTER 13
Now Yprk. Dec. 14. Joe Notlcr, tho
star Jockey of last season. Is going to
California tomorrow- He goes In
Ttsponsa.'to an offer from Cbarllu EMI
ion, who Has u string Pf tiorses'at tho
Oakland track. f
yba offer stipulates that N'ottcr must
Among those entering birds In the
coming show aro many now exhibitors,
as well as somo of tho "old standbys."
The latter proinUu largo entries this
year, hating made fi lends and saes
through thel display ot last year's ex
These annual shows havo stimulated
Interest and faith In pure bred poultry
nntll now nearly all known varieties
aro continually being Imported, and
In many Instances from tho yards of
wni6 of America's most noted poultry
brooders, both In tho East and West,
end from Canada and tho llrltlsh Col
onics. Premium lists and entry forms for
tho comlnRjjxhlbltlon may hi had of
tho secretary at 29G East Vineyard
street, or entries may bo left with L.
Q Abies at E. O. Hall & Son's.
Bogle Wins On
C. A. Hurtwell made the best score
on tho links of tho Oahu Country
Club yesterday morning In the pom
potltlou against old Colonel Ilogle.
Threo down was his record, while
Thomas QUI followed a close second,
with four down. Handsomo prizes
were awarded the winners.
Tho special prize, for tho first play
er to make the Halstead hole In three
plays, went begging, and cannot he
awarded until some player makea a
better showing at the, seventh green
than any of yesterday. Following
ate the Bcoros;
C. A. Hartwoll ...., 3 down
Thomas Olll 4 "
A. K. Ewart G "
J. O. Young C
tnnlffl 1in timinrla and lm n., Itin i-Hinn.1
ready to ride beginning Christmas dav. George Davles 6
. . " l f n-..i.-n a
no win ride tlio Ellison horsos until I ' '" "'"i'uii u
the middle of February, and for first c- T- Wilder G
Call on hlai services wllj got 110,000 ," "'
for tho julxwcekV, work,, oxclu'slvo of'J D'
ins ices,Tur winning ami losing piounts. I '"
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189,
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKI.EY, Jr..
AT VON HAMM-YOUNQ GARJH1E. PHONE 109.
D. H. Hitchcock
Stanley llenrdmore .
Frank Halstead . ...
O, Wilder.... ,.,;... .-7
D. Mclnerny S
William Wo'on .,.',.,.,.. 8
Fronlc Annutiong '. 9
UruiKe Angus .., :i.
It. A. Wilder , '9
'J. II, Flddea 3
J. O. Rothwell 11
Clifford Kimball '.'. 12
J. T. Fenwlck 13
E. "O. Willie 14
J. O. Spenfer 14
Honry Rpth , 14
V. h. Wadron ..., 16
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OUR ANNUAL SALE
OF THE CELEBRATED "HOME-MADE" BRAND OF
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C0NTINU0US DRIVINa $5PBRH0UR
SHOPPINa AND CALUNQ -...3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM C0o UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Run. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such at
STODDARD - DAYT0NS 7-SEATED
POPE HARTFORDS 5-SHATED
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
" , OE0 S. .WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
We repair any make of autos. We employ the best
mechanics in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to the care of Private Automo- 2$
biles All Work Ouawntee Prices Reasonable. '
THE HONOLULU UNlJERTAKINa CO. wfll chanBe-iU-I
name of business by the first of the vear. and It will
be known as n
M. E. SILVA 1
1120 FORT STREET.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
' The Paint Shop. 134 King Bfc
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Equal to what you are usually asked double for.
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