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they do not weigh over 200 pounds the Reading-Standard
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Horses may be treated with it aid still werked.
Horses that stumble are sort and stiff and weak in the
legs and tendons, are immensely benefited by it.
There is no known remedy that will do a hone's legs
more good than bandaging them with this oil.
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flTh'orobred Bull Terriers
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Pretty Island Scenes; Souve
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in all sizes, made to hold different-size
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High-Grade Parchment Bond.
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76 Merchant St., near P. 0.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, PORT and KING 6ti Honolulu.
Opening Of Contest
On Wednesday next the fourth an-i Class 8 Games nnd Gamo Ban
liual exhibition of tho Hnwollnn .tnms: Illnck-brcastcd red, brown-rod,
Poultry Association will open In tho'goldcn, and allver duckwlng, birchen,
Nntlonnl Guard shooting gallery. Ired pylcT white and black.
Last Wednesday the entry lists clos- Class 9 oriental uames.nna wan
ed, nnd the committeemen In chargo tarns: Cornish and white Indian, Su-
ot the nrrnnRcmcntB nro now busy
getting things Into readiness for the
Sonic very attractive prizes havo
been offered by the Association, nnd
breeder and fanciers aremaklng ov
cry effort to get their fowls Into the
pink of mndltlon for the great feath
ered contest. Birds nro being wash
ed nnd bleached, minor defects nro bo
Ing searched out nnd, where possible
remedied, nnd everything that can
Improvo the nppearnncc of tho en
tries Is being done.
The following nro tho prizes of
fered: The American Poultry Association
offers n grnnd prtao silver medal for
tho best cockerel In tho American,
Asiatic, Mediterranean and English
classes, competition open to tho
The'Amcrlcan Poultry Association
offers a diploma for the best male un
der ono year old In all standard va
rieties, competition open to tho world:
The Hawaiian Poultry Association
offers silver cups for tho best "Col
lection" (cock, hen, cocRcrol, and
pullet) In each of the following
classes: American, Mediterranean,
Tho directors of the Association
offer a hnndsbme silver cup to tho ex
hibitor showing tho largest number
of birds In tho poultry classes scor
ing 90 points or oer.
KIvo prize ribbons will bo awarded,
and cash premiums will bo paid ac
cording to competition In poultry
classes (which lncludo turkeys, ducks
nnd gccso),vIz., Cocks, Hens, Cock
erels, Pullets, nnd PcnB, of all varie
ties, under the following schedule:
8lnglo Hlrds I'our entries or ovor:
first $2, second, J1.C0, third 1; thrco
entries: nrst $1.50, second Ml two
entries: first $1.
Exhibition Pens Four entries
or ocr: first r, second 3, tniru iz;
three entries: first i, second $2;
two entries: first $3.
Illbbon Specials will bo awarded by
the Hawaiian Poultry Association for
tho following exhibits: Highest scor
ing Hawnllan-brcd bird In tho show;
best pen In the American class; best
pen In tho Mediterranean class; best
pen In the EngllBh clnss; best pen In
the gamo class; best conditioned bird
In tho show; bcst-Bhnpod male In tho
show; best-shaned fcninlo In tho
show; best .parti-colored male In tho
show; best parti-colored female In tho
show; best solid-colored male In tho
show; best solid-colored female In tho
show; best live capon; heaviest Tom;
best 12 white eggs; best 12 brown
eggs; best 12 duck eggs.
Tho entry fco for each specimen In
the open class Is $1. Exhibition pen
(I male Bnd 4 females), 3. Tur
keys, ducks, and geese, $1 each. Hlrds
entered In exhibition pens cannot
compote In open classes.
Class 1 American: llarred, white,
buff, partridge, and sllt-cr pencilled
Plymouth Hocks; silver, golden,
white, black, buff, partridge, silver
pencilled and Columbian Wynn
dottes; black nnd mottled Javas; Do
mlnl(ues; single and rose-comb
Ilhode Island reds; buckeyes.
Class 2 Asiatic: Light and dark
Hrahmas; buff, partridge, white and
black Cochins; black and white Lang-
Class 3 Mediterranean: S. C. and
It. C. Drown, S. C. and It. C. White,
S. C. nnd It. C. Huff, black and silver
duckwlng Leghorns; S. C. and It. C,
black nnd S. C. and It. C. white Ml
rrurcas; white-faced black Spanish;
blue Andnluslans; Anconas.
Class 4 English: White, silver-
gray and colored Dorkings; Ilcdcnps;
S. C. and It. C. buff, S. C. and It, C.
black, nnd S. C. and (It. C. white Or
Class V-, Polish: White-crested
black, golden, silver, white, bearded
golden, bearded sliver, bearded white,
buff-laced, non-bcardeu golden, non
bearded silver, non-bearded whlto Po
Class C Dutch: Golden and silver-spangled,
golden and stiver-pencilled,
white and black Hamburgs.
Class 7 French: Houdans; Creve
cocurs; La Fleche.
By Hour or Trip,
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
niatraB, Malays, and Malay uanlnms,
-Class 10 Pit (lames: Dlack or
brown-red, sliver or golden duck
w Ing, or any other color pit Games.
Class 11 Ornamental Ilantams:
Golden nnd silver Bcnbrights; black
and whte Hosccomb; booted white;
light nnd dark Hrahmas buff, part
ridge, white and black Cochin; black
tailed, white and black Japanese;
bearded white, buff-laced and non
Class 12 Miscellaneous: Silkies,
Sultnns, frizzles, Faverollcs, Lakonvcl
Class 13 Turkeys: Ilronze, Narra
gansett, buff, slate, whlto and black
Clns 14 Ducks: Pekln, Aylesbury,
Itoucn, Cayuga, Call (grey, whlto),
East India, crested, Muscovy (color
ed, white), Indian runner, Swedish.
Class 15 Geese: Toulouse, Emb
den, African, Chlucso (brown, white)
wild or Canadian, Egyptian.
Pigeon Prizes Flvo prize ribbons
will bo awarded, nnd cash premiums
will bo paid according to competition
in pigeon classes, viz.: cock, hen, and
pairs, under the following schedulo:
Single Hlrds Four entries or ov
er: first $1, second !0c; three entries:
first BOc, second 25c; two entries:
Pairs Four entries or over: first
11.50, sccontf 75c; thrco entries: first
$1, second 50c; two entries: first
In determining nwnrds, no birds
shall -bo considered that nro not in
competition with four" or moro birds.
Flvo dollar will bo awarded for tho
largest and best exhibit of plgtonB,
$3 for the second largest nnd best ex
hibit of pigeons; $2 for tho third lar.
gest nnd best exhibit of pigeons.
Tho entry fee for pigeons Is 25
cents per bird. The Pigeon Depart
ment shall bo j;ocrned by tho same
rulas as tho Poultry Department.
Pouters Dlack, blue, red, yellow,
whlto, any other color.
Pigmy Pouters Dlack, blue, red,
jellow, white, silver, cream, any oth
rantnlls White, red or allow,
black, blue, saddle back, nny other
Carriers Dlack, dun, blue, white,
any other color, barbs.
JncobliiH Dlack, red, yellow,
white, stock or mlsmurkcd, any other
Short-Face Tumhlors Almonds,
bald or beard, any other color.
Long-Knco, Clean-Leg Tumblers
Dlack, mottle or rosowlng; any other
color mottle or rosowlng; red self,
yellow self, whlto self, black self, and
other self, beard, bnldhcad, any other
Muffed Tumblers Any color snd-
dle, badgo or beard, nny color mottle
or roscwlng, black self, red or yellow
Belf, blue or silver barred, any other
Parlor Tumble Any color, Ori
ental frill satlncttcs, plain heads,
crested, black laced or dark, blondl-
ncttcs barred, black laced or dunn.
blue laced, nny other color, bluetto or
sllvcrcttc. nny color Orlontnl turblt,
any other vnriety Orlentnl frill.
Turblts Dlack or duh, blue or sil
ver, red, jellow, any other color.
Magpies Illack, red, yellow, bluo,
any other color.
Dragoons Dlue, grizzle or silver,
bluo chequer, yellow, red, black,
white, nny other color.
Hunts Dlue, block, any other col-
OPERA HOUSE, Jan. 7th and 8th
W. D. ADAMS presents '
"MKS,WIGG!iTBr. CABBAGE PATCH"
Arrangement with Liebler and Co., New York. ' ' "
Seats on Sale at" Bergs trom Musio C&, Monday, Jan
uary 4th, at 9 a. m.
OPEN 4 P. M. WEEK DAYS
W ' Ji.- f . .
C. A.'G.ANNUAL MEETING
ri . . i , i
Tho Ch'lneso Athletic Club
will hold Itw'nnnunl meeting to-
night at the usunl time and
pinto (or the election of'ofllcers
to serve for the ensuing year
nnd to transact, business of Im-
portancc pertaining to" the wcl-
fare of tho club. t All members
nro requested to nitend.
English Owls Dlue or powdered
blue, silver or powdered silver, black,
red or yellow, nny other color,
African Owls Dlue, black, white,
nny other color.
Chinese Owls Any color, tall
owls, spot or fairy.
Nunto Any color.
8how Homers Dlue, blue chequer,
black, black chequer, red chequer,
silver, white, nny other color; hel
mets, Cnrneaux, Austrian strnusscrs,
black, white, any other color, high
flyers, Florentine hon pigeon, any
half-breed or cross for squab breed
Itccord Homers Certificate, ol
record must accompany entry (to
bo Judged by comparison): 200 mile
cock, 100 mile cock, 300 milo cock.
400 mllo cock, 500 mile (or over)'
cock, 100 mile young bird, 150 mllo
young bird, 200 mllo young bird, 100
mllo hen) 200 mllo hen, 300 mllo hen,
400 mllo hen, 500 milo (or over)
it itf SJ
Somo Interesting tournaments will
bo held In tho bowling alleys under the
Hotel Daths In the noar future. Teams
representing tho Naval Stntlon, Rapid
Transit and Fort Shatter will compete,
nnd probably ono or two from somo of
tho morcniltlle bonnes of tho city.
Tho ulloys havo been completely jo-
fitted aipl refurnished)" nnd tbo equip
ment Is now of the 'lory best. Only
tho niont modern apparatus has been
Installed, and tho alleys nrc admirably
suited to tournament purposes.
The heating nnd doing room In the
basement, which formerly mndo tho
alleys uncoinfortnbly warm, has been
moved, nnd the nlleys are now very
cool and comfortable.
At proscnt thu alloys are being
opened nt 4 o'clock In tho afternoon,
but next week they will bo opened two
hours earlier, to glva tho Punahoii
boys n chanco to howl 'beforo other
people pot tlioro.
LOSERS CAN REGAIN MONEY
PAID OUT IN BETS
FltANKFOnT. Kl., Dec. 15. Tho
State Supreme Court today hold that
the loser of money in a gambling
gamo can recover (ho money from the
winner regardless of whether tho
money was fairly or unfairly won.
All that Is necessary Is that tho par
ty must establish proof that the
money was lost nnd ascertain tho
name of the person who conducts the
It Is held, too, that personal appli
cation or Invitation Is unnecessary
to make the plea that tho Invitation
was Intended, for the court says that
tho mere furnishing of a place and
the permission of entranco to the
place while gambling Is going on,
must be regarded as an Invitation.
This sweeping opinion camo In tho
suit of Park Roberts of Fort Thomas
to recover $3500 from J. D. Rcspass
of Cincinnati, the noted turfman and
owner of Dick Wolls, James Nolan,
and Andrew Hennegar of Covington
lost in a poker game In Covington
Baths (SATURDAY 1:30 P. M.)
HAWAII YACHT CLUB
SLATE IS.BEING MADE UP READY
(i ' FOR AffNUALjMEETINQ
Jaeger Will-Be' Vice Commodore.and
Rietow.Will Succeed, Hihueil Meet
ing Will Be Held This Month Silver
r,; r. nA;twt' f
Cf.i . : '
''Already molnbers pf tho Hnwall
Vach't Club aro be'glnnlrig to make-up
tho slato for the election of offlcera at
tho' annual mce'tlng. ' Tho meeting
must, undcrtho bjMnws; bo hold somo
time this month: the nctual date will
bo announced by Acting Commodore
Charles T. Wilder.
It Is generally conceded thnt Vlco
Commodoro Wilder, who has beenoct'
Ing as commodoro for somo timo pant,
will bo elected to succeed Commodorah,),, nnmo dorn on tno books befoio
Alexander Lylc. Wilder has been
very actlvo In tho affairs of tho club
(Mid his unscinsh'cnthuslns'm has done
much to boost along tho organization,
lie is generally considered tho right
man to head tho club', and his elec
tion Is accepted as a foregone conclu
ded.' , ,
James Jaogcr 111 -probably bo chos
en to succeed Wilder as vlco-commo-dort.
Jaeger is nn enthusiastic sportsman
i,nd ho Ib considered tho best man to
assist Wilder In his duties as' tho map
i.glng liend-q( the club.
Hay HJctow, port captain, will doubt
less bq reelected to tho position which
ho now holds, faeiow has given, care
ml attention to tho affairs of tho club,
I'lid under his regime., overythlrtK has
gone along in n manner thoroughly
tatisfactory to all of the members.
Tho regatta cOmmlttco will prob'
ably consist of T. V. King, A. W.
Ncoly and It. It. It J croft.
Ono of tho most important matters,
next to tho cholco offofllcern. which
will bo considered at tho meeting, wilt
be tho dnto of the cruise. It is now
planned to havo tho crulso as soon
nftcr the meeting ns can conveniently
bo arranged. Tho last tmlso planned
was called off owing to tho Inability
of secrnl of tho yacht-owners to bo
present, and members aro particularly
anxlnus.that one "Shall bo held In the
Tho reports of tho various officers
nnd committees will Aliow tho club to
bo In excellent condition. Tho nu-iii-bcrshlp
Is growing steadily, nnd the
organization has proven decidedly ben
eficial, not only to jachtlng In theso
waters, but to sportsmanship in gen
eral In Hawaii.
. Sovcial Interesting regalias will
doubtless bo held carl)' In tho year, ono
for tho Sea Wrens being practically a
certainty, Commcdcro liny Spaulding
of tho South Coast Yacht Club, has of.
Cored a silver cup as trophy In tho Sea
A Large Line of Lightweight
at IOC per yard.
Tu. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
CeHTIHUOHB SITTING $5 PER HOUK
sxorrort and calling ?3Pbbhour
SHORT SUm, FXOM 60o UPWARD
SPECIAL KATES far 'Roaai-the-IsUnd" and Long
Sana. Mciset rivars. Beit Cart, such at
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Royal Hawaiian Garage,
K0 8. WELLS Manager. -
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
We rajair any make of auto. We employ the best
mechanic in the Island Server Iroi.
Special atUstUn given t the ear of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
. ForiThis Cold Weather
fine Woolen Blankets, white and colored
Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases
FOR WALKING RACE
LESSONS TAUGHT BY THE LAST
MATCH PROVE PROFITABLE
Records of All Who Finish Will Bo
Kept and Standing of Men Will Thus
He Shown Beyond Shadow oi uoubt.
Pcdestrianism on the Prod
There. Is every Indication that Sun
day's. walking events will cnll out a
representative list of entries. Tho en
thusiasm which tho Inst race worked
up, coupled with valuable trophies
which havo been offered, will provo
nmplo Inducement to cnll out tho
most sluggish, nnd tho events will
doubtless be well filled.
The entry lists will close tomor- .
row, nnd an ono who docs not got
nightfall will not bo allowed to com
pete for prizes on Sunday afternoon.
Scvcrnl changes have been mado In
the minor arrangements for handling
tho race slncctbo Inst meet. For ono
thing, tho courso will bo better po
liced than It was last time. Then
there will be more judges along tho
lino of march, and thcro will bo moro
than ono timekeeper.
Considerable diniculty wns experi
enced nt tho last contest owing to
tho fnct thatUhcro wns iut ono stop
watch availablo'. Thus, though tho
tlmo wns kept fairly accurately ou
the first man each time, there wns
mure or less guesswork regarding tho
speed which tho others managed to
get up. Scvornl of tho competitors
nro extremely doubtful as to tho tlmo
that they (cally made, nnd conse
quently nro at a loss to know just
how they will stack up alongside, men
with known records.
This uncertainty will doubtless dis
appear nftcr Sunday's race, nnd tho
contest on January 17 will bo ou u
moro satisfactory basis than tho pre
ceding ones. Thoso who tako part In
the contest Sunday afternoon will,
after tho rnce. havo n fairly clear
Idea as to their pedestrian abilities.
ACTION VS. WORDS.
Ho took her llttlojinud In his,
And kissed her finger tips;
Shu never said a Blnglo word
Just pointed to her lips.
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