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HAT THIS IS THE TIME
hatch out chicken1; if you want a lot of eggs and broil
ers this year.
WORKING AT THE POULTRY SHOW I
Cyphers ChicR Food
AND YOU SHOULD SEE THEM!
CYPHERS INCUBATORS are so easy to run, and hatch
strong chicks which arc so easy to raise, if you will feed
them properly, keep them warm at night and keep thein
clean. Try your luck w'th a CYPHERS nnd von will soon
be eating young roosters ro ofte"n that you will be inclined
to crow over your neighbors.
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No matter what the ailment, ask your druggist for
No expense is spared in putting out the very best Rem
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If you are in doubt about which Remedy to use, Ring
me up at TEL. 1189. ,
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777 KINO SI '
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
OF YEAR that you should
We filled a 120-egg incubator
and when the eggs had been
tested out there were 103 eggs
left that showed signs of fertil
ity. The day the show opened the
eggs were taken out of the incu
bator and were carried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
watjon and placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch nnd wc got 03 fin,
hearty chicks out of the 103
eggs. These arc now being tais-
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not feel it. You will have a
watch and a good one, at that.
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113 HOTEL STREET
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ALL HAWAUANS ARE
READY FOR BIG GAME
fLAXfcK& AIU, 1M lUf-UiUU
JtUiliU AMU JAIUit. ill
Only Four Days More of Practice But
T.m- ! Wot Worrvino- First nm
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C'nmliiB Mlkr- Kliilipr'ii dollar as
Sirrcntlon of liall-twlrlrm, tlir IiIb
I'aclflc Mull liner MoiiroIIii I hr.icled
Mils way mill will nirlvc here on I'
With only four daii liitcrvcnlnB a
up until the ninth hour.
It Is doubtful If n better all-round
(cam eer stepped onto n diamond In
the Islands than the All-llawnllnus,
and If the lads do nut Rive the I'lshcr
nRRrcRiitlon ii lonslilcrnlile surprise
It will astonish some people Nciy
much When Mike passed thioiiRh
here, lie found not even the skeleton
ol a team, and the chances of a Ramc
on his return seemed very remote. '
TIiIiirs have changed mnterlnlly since '
then nnd there Is cry much of a
tenm on hand. I
runs hne not hurt themselves'
turnlnB out for practice panics and '
the All-llnwallniis hae had to dlR
up their mil supply of c.irouraRC-
ment At that they have never fill-
tered. but bine turned out dav after
ihiy, rain or shine, and lambasted tho
leather-covercd sphere around the
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riiiiiiiMUBiii' oniousers wuu Riee.
When the timplrc's whistle blows
on Saturday afternoon next, .and tho
All-Amerlc.in iiRRrcRntlon trots out
onto the Held, there will be on deck.
about as husk) a lot of hnll-plnycis I
as Mike's bunch eer ran up aRalnst.
Clever Lads In
KverythhiR Is comlnR iiIoiir nicely
as reRnrds the Hmlth-Ilellly flRht and
the mill promises to furnish a pretty
hit of entertainment. A few lads of
the Johnnie Tnckhiimmcr stamp have
seen lit to prophesy this and that, but
their pessimistic talk hns not affect
ed the views of the sportsmen of the
Hellly Is takltiR a morning conttl
tiitlomil which Is dultiR him more
than a Utile Rood, and ho Is now ns
hard us mills. Mo will let up on Ills
trnlnliiK from now on, tukltiR Rood
e.ire that lie docs not go stiff, how
eer I-oiir walks hate been u rcRii
lar routine of Hcllb'H traluliiR pro
Piiim. and his wind l. as perfect as
tlioiiRli his Iuiirs were leather bel
lows Smith Is haiiimerliiB the paddhiR
out of all of tho punchliiR hiiRs at
Port Shatter, and Incidentally Is hi
diicliiR the weiRht of some of tho am
bitious boxers union K the soldlory,
who arc anxious to Ret a few lines
on the fine points of the Riiniu from a
deter st.iRcr like the little llRht
weiRht llnth Hellly and Smith will bo In
prime condition when they step into
the rliiR at tho Orpheum Saturday
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DOTS AND DASHES FRQM
THE REALM OF SPORT
Heglstrutlon committee of I'aclllu
Athletic Association declares Come-!
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linn viiiimiii. , nriih timiiiiiw tuiiuui.
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An Austiullitn Itugby team will
play with California University bojs
Fb 111 ami Stlinfords Feb. 17.
Long shots hold high carnival ut
Kmeryvllle, only two favorite lln
Promote Lercarl Is trying to
mutch Lew Powell and Frcddli)
Jockey Walter Miller niuy quit Km
eiyvllle becuuse of heavy fines by
Talent experiences good day with
the bookmukers ut Kiner vlllc uue
Hack. STODDARD DAYTON
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
liiliCnnii iiriu ntiil tlin flrul iriitnn rtf
the ser.es. Kernande' bunch of All- J """ " " ZlZlZ Z ' ' "u rT 8!V!,,,,lr, J""' "
IIi.u-II,ii, l Fltlnr iin .ihlMtlmi of T ' l" ' J ,K "OHovCll thill she Will OUtllo llCI-
" a "l' " The"", "nawa, ! '-" ' J", "," " Sunday
an ,e. ,s, pretty . shape now. J f' ffl'o ?'. t ', t!"
KciiHni iirkpt- for the comliiK
aeries of pcuin'd of tlio I)Ib fcl-
. iwg W ,. -i.i at the follow-
I InR prices llnx ncttts 1G, ro- j
served Kent" SI, Krandstanil
sca 8 ,, Korai ...1 mission 12.
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T inquiry i mm uiim who wuih 10 v
tiilco In ca.h anil nil of the
1 Earnes, that the lonRiio nuthorl-
tics continued that senium tick-
, eta should be placed on sale at
once, Unit people mlRht he nhlc
torescre their scats well In ad-
That seals will he at a prom-
Secretaries or other author
ised representatives of clubs
arc asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, Hint
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nications to the SpnrtlnR Keil
lor. K v e n I n r Bulletin.
Jnn 27. lwn Yacht cul)
,. mectlnR and haimuct.
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Jnn; 30 m Yllcht c(l)
cnM nn(1 ua,
Jan. 31' I'oursome tournn
nicnt at Country Club.
Feb. 1 : IIowIIiir tournament
Kel). II: Diamond Head A. C.
Feb. -27: Y. M. C. A. track
Feb. IS: HoxInK, Sullivan
Jan. :ifl: All Americans vs.
All lluwallans on League
Jan. 31: All Americans vs.
Feb. .1: All Americans vs.
Feb. 6: All AmerUuns vs.
Feb. 7: All Americans vs.
FLORAL PARADE WILL
BE A GREAT EVENT
MANY PERSONS SIGNIFY INTEN-
TION OF ENTERING
Loni; Line of Dcorated Vehicles In
eludinc; Motor Cars of All Kinds Will
Be the Great Feature Promotion
Committee Receives Inquiries
More and more encouraging Is the
outlook for the Floral I'.irade. Tho
((.mmltteemon are lucelvliiR lniilr-
les dally with regard to entrlei In
the different ovonts, and there Is ev
ery Indication that all classes will bo
As wna expected by thoso In (liargo
of tho nffulr, tho automobile section
Rives promise of boliiR the largest
iiiinl most iinnoslne division of tho
parade. Nearly overtone who hns a .
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ii i. i ...'li.urniiinont, wins matches In strulsht
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"Ill be ovory thing from u hnhy iiin-
al.out to a big. soven-pussenger toui-l
Ins c-ir. I rude, for most owner will doubtless
Tho photograph albums, shotting be decorating about that time,
picture of prize-winners of lust ' Tho announcement that llonlne
K.ir's, anij' preceding parades, aro on will making motion pictures of tho
rilkplay at tho rooms of the Promo-J pnrndo has mot 'with general npprov
tlon Committee, and dally calls are al. These pictures will bo cxhlblt
bi Ing received from jicoplo anxious til, among other places, at tho Alas
to evumlne the idctures and man nut kn-Yiiknn IlxtinHltlon and will. It Is
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"I IJI1I11IIU iwi niu .uvviii .iiiuii u( IIIUII lltrili;! I'll. iiifu u hh-h ,., ....
own vehicles. 'those who, having never seen Hn-
Automnblles will probably he prct- wall, aie anxious to know what tnun
tt scarce tho Sunday before the pa- nor of place this may bo.
AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS WEEK DAYS.
IS PERCHED IN AIR
WAS DRAWN UP OUT OF THE WA
qui; T y w5"l .""J T "K
Sides of Schooner Yacht Kamchame-
haliAIw on the Wayi-Both Yachts
rjru se Sundav
OorBcous In her new co-it or white.
,tho yncht Hawaii Is mi the w.uit
nwaltlns the flnlshliiB touches to her
, ,iCv garb. The schooner was linuh
imi f t,c Wlltcr )PRtrnliiy anil wi
Riven a thoroiiBh scrapltiR.
now In the best of condition and. If
Her taiierlnc soars look
hardly more than lead pencils nnd
vlsho appears like unto a bird rather
(than a mnn-bullt craft.
i The sloop Kamchumcha occupies
tho space Immediately In fidnt of the
Hawaii. She, too, has been RcttuiR
some attention, and will lie rcadv to
take to the water this evening, prob
ably. The Ilnwall evidently hud Rood
enre at I'earl Harbor, for sho shows
no slRns of havlnp been laid up. In
fact, she looks Just about ready to
take to tho water and redeem he
self from the stlRiun which has clunR
to her tlnce her failure to win tho
Sun I'edro-to-Ilnwnll nice.
Itoth the" Hawaii nnd the Knmoha
inclia will take part In the crulso of
Bnlurday net. Tho rest of the
snuniliou will he Rotten Into shape
for the event also, and It Vlll be a
pretty hunch of yachts that leaves
tho harbor on Saturday.
Hut a few dayB uro there was n
j rumor current that a very Rood-look-
Ing nnd cllRiblo jnuns man of II)
nolulu had been down at Knhuku
(.parking. Old Mrs. (Irundy waggled
her head and looked wise and every
body began to wonder who the futuie
.Mrs. K. V. M. might bo. Then somo
ouo rnsuully called attention to the
fuet that tho said K. Y. M. was moro
or less dependent upon sparks for his
dally rations, and another Rood story
If Senor Hon Miguel Plscudor
should conio a cropper when he
bumps Ills diamond sharks up against
Fernandez' lads, ho may learn that
Hawullatis uro just us clever with the
bat and ball ns they aro with the
hilta and rlatta.
Humor hns It that u certain joiing
man believes that he can carry away
that H.ilsteud green trophy. Humor
also has it that a halt-hundred other
Jiiuiig men think that ho rau't.
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QUESTIONS If I
Who aro tboso Rhost flRiires who
lintjo been seen hovering In the
neighborhood of Hulstcnil green on
tho Country Club links?
Who Is that long yachtsman who
has been wealing a perpetual grin
since tho Hawaii beat tho Gladys.'
is It true that Cheatham Is plan
ning to wrest Sullivan's walking tro
phies away from lilin?
Why will Mike Flshcr tempt falo
by coining hero?
What In tho S. S, S. S.?
Maurice McLonglilln, most heavily
inndlcappcd plujcr In slnglCH tennis
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Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
We have just received several
'Redfern' & 'Warner'
Special value at 65c yd.
NEW WHITE GOODS
By Special Request
THE TV0 ACTS OF
DANgiNG AND PUZZLINO
AND BUFFET SUPPER.
The First of a Series of Independent
Entertainments bv the
Kilohana Art League,
JAN. 2G, 8 O'CLOCK.
TICKETS , $1.00
For sale at plnce of entertainment,
ccrner of Miller and Bcrctania Sts.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
inp to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Bargees' Daughter; The Gen
darme's Honor; The Diabolical Pick
pocket; Rivals; Tit for Tat; The
Flower Girl; Kerchoo; The Merry
Widow Waltz Craze.
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays nnd
ADMISSION 10c. and 20o.
L B. KERR
3 BIG MATCHES 3
JANUARY 30, 1003.
15 Rounds Lightweight Champion
4 Rounds Welterweight Contest
EDDIE HINES vs. KID B0QUET
Of Snn Francisco Of Honolulu
8 Rounds Middleweight Contest
FRANK MILLER vs. JOE SILVA
Of Ft. Shafter Punchbowl Demon
A GREAT CARD THAT
PROMISES GREAT SPOnT.
3 CLASSY EVENTS 3
Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick's Ci
gar Store and Box Office of Theater.
PRICES Stage Seats, $2.50; Or
chestra. $2; Dress Circle, S1.50; Fam
ilv Circle, 1 all reserved. Gallery
The Bt Whiskey on the Marl.i;t.
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