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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 28, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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i:vi:nini hum.ktin, Honolulu, t. ii, thuiisday, .ian. 28, idod.
real Slaughtering Sale
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mw mn niiiiiiiimi iiiitMwmwraw
FURNISHING GOODS r.r MEN ,hi BOYS
Begins Saturday, January 30th
PRICES SLASHED TO PIECES FOR PARTICULARS SEE OUR CIRCULAR
. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
KAT THIS IS THE TIME Or YEAR that you should
hatch out chickciu if you want a lot of eggs and broil
era this year.
DID YOU SEE THE
WORKING AT THE POULTRY SHOW?
We filled p 120-cgg incubator
and when the eggs hnd been
tested out there were 10.1 eggs
left that showed signs of fertil
ity. The day the show opened the
ecus were taken out of the incu
bator and were enrried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
uagon and placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch and we got 03 fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
eggs. These arc now being rais
Cyphers Chick Food
AND YOU SHOULD SEE THEM!
CYPHERS INCUBATORS are so easy to ran, and hatch
strong chicks which arc so easy to raise, if jou will feed
them propci ly, keep thcra warm at nicht and keep them
clean. Try your luck with a CYPHERS and voa will soon
be eating young roosters so often tint you will be inclined
to prow over your neighbors.
ALL CYPHERS SUPPLIES, FOODS AND MEDICINES
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
INFANTRY MAY NOT
MARCH IN PARADE
LINE WILL M0WE TOO FAST FOR
Fine Showing of Soldiery Is Promised
and Cavalry Will Take a Prominent
Part Owners Offer Committee Their
Cars for Parade l '
Australian Stock Remedies
No matter what the ailment, ask your druggist for
No expense is spared in putting outhc very best Rem
edies which can be produced.
If you are in doubt about which Remedy to use, Ring
me up at TEL. 1180.
HOSPITAL FOR SICK ANIMALS.
CONSULTATION PERSONALLY OR BY LETTER.
Pottie fe Sons, Honolulu
Imported Thoroughbreds of Various
New Dress Goods
LADIES' WORSTED SHAWLS
NUUANU below HOTEL.
SPOUT83 SKf1 Infantr) Mil) mil
Col Jones, wlio Ih rhnlrmnn (if the
Anuv iinil Navj Commlttio, of the
lliiul I'nrndc Committee, statin (tint
there will lio Ht least ono siiuidrnn of
the null Cnvalr) icpiCHcntlng tlio
, Arm) In tlio parade, Imt Hint lie Is not
I Mile whether or not tliero will ! nil
. Infnrlry nt till Tlio reason for this
doubt Ik Hint tlio lino of intin Ii In like
ly to I io too long nml too fast for men
nn foul to make without limine exer
tion At nil events tlio rotouil prom
Iscs Unit IiIh part of tlio affair will bo
I Chairman .1 M Downed of tlio nuto
mobile connnltteo Ik grcntl) ( ncnur
oge by tlio lowly response which ho
has met with fuitn nuto ownem Hum
i far Tliero mo many moro m.iihlncH
In tlio t"lt HiIk )ear tlinn theio wiTuj
last, and .Mr Dowwtt bolloves that tlio
I decorated machines will make u much
flnor showing tlinn over hcfoio A
Mry coiilmonilalilo spirit Iiiih boon
ihowu lij a ntimtior of owiicih who
for various icnsons will lie iinalilo to
cntir I In. lr cam, In nffeilng their tiso
to tho committee for tho dny
Sonutor Dowsott Iiiih iiIko Koin a
number of officcis of local uncial anil
InitiiriiHl orders mid expects to havo
n largo lopiescntntlHii of such soelctlis
liy appropriate ilecoratoil floats or
unlnnioblli'H Tho C'h.iniher of Com
inorri', tlio Moichnnts' Assocl illnn,
boat cIiiIih, golf, liiHihall, mid other
tttlilotli organisations, will he urged to
tnUn-piit and since tho expense would
l.o ver) light for Individual nieiiihpi-H,
tliero seems to ho no good icnson why
a splendid showing should not he inndo
ly theso liodloH
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STRIKES MINING CAMPS
IllINO, Nnv , Jan 7 Accoidlnq
Io a dispatch from Miizumn, n niln
Ibg camp In tho central pint of tho
Slate, tho athletic Lliih ir that plaio
met Inst night and decided to -offer
a pureo of $100,000 for n flRht bo
tween Jeffries mid Jolinsoii, the flRht
to take place within the noU nix
moutlis at Ihnt plate, preferably on
the Fourth of Jutv "lllll" Monlsorr,
foinierl) piomlneut In Ililtlsh Co-
Hcuctnrlex or other author-
Izeil rcprcxi'iitntUeH of ilubn
nro nsKed to' Kcml in a list of
eonta, sihrdiilcil by them, thnt
they may lip Included In the
proRrnin. Addios all cnnimu-
nlcntlons to the Sporting Kill-
- (or, K v'o n I n k 1J u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
Jim. lirff'V.Ulilnpse" Athletic
Club meeting (
Jan. 30; IIoxIiik, Smith vs.
Jan. 30: Ilawrnll Yacht Club
cnilne and luau.
Jnn 31: l'oursomo tourna-
inent at Country Club.
Feb, l: Bowling tournament
Fill. S: Diamond I lead A. C. O
l'ob. 27: Y. M. C. A. Arnclt
Tib. 13: lloxlng, Sullivan
Jan. 30: All Amcrkanii .
All M.twallaiis on League
Jan. 31: All Americans n.
Feb. il; All Americana a.
Feb. (I; All Aniorlcans B,
IVIi. 7: All Amcrlinns vs.
All llawnilans. '
New Referee Is
I'add Kjnn will referee tho Itell-b-Krnlth
go, It was announced ej
terday that the llonoralile Joel Co
hen has f-ecurod the heivlcpB of tlio
voteinti ring ontlitislast nnd tho nr
iniigement Iiiih met with tho heaity
upproMil of nil concerned
It), ui knows tho boxing gamo nil
the wny through, and tins a leputn
tlon for alisotuto feui lobsuess. It Is
Iheieforo bolloved thnt somo of tho
"kicking" about decisions will cenno
now It has generally been admit
ted that much of the fnult-tlndliig
wns done by chronic griimblcis, ami
Joe Is going to pilt n stop to It if
there can bo found nn va to ac
criinpllsli thnt end.
n n n
READVILLE TRACK DOOMED
CLUB WILL ACCEPT
THE YACHT HAWAII
BIRD-LIKE RACER TAKEN OVER
AT COUNTRY CLUB
It !., . . . .....
minimi niuiin, nun joo IMeilOIS, WHO
I has pulled off a number of lights In
jTonopnh, along with n doom othem,
'uro mentioned as being behlnil the
(inject Local spoils aie not Inclln
il to take the offei seiloi-sh
llokton, Mass , Jnn 7 A rerolu
tlon (o self the racetrack nt Headvllhi
wns passed b the New England
llbisebrcdeis' Association toda)
Less than $40,000 of the $100,000'
bind Issuo needed to pi event a sals
I ml been subset Ibed for
Matter Is Settled at Annual Mem
bers' Meeting Changes Will Be
Made in By-Laws to Make Accept
ance of New Members Possible
The schooner-) ncht Hawaii will
pIlhH IlltO tllO )0Sl,C88l0ll of tho lln-
wull Yarht'ciub, TIiohp who sub
Kirlbcd toward tho construction of
the irnft some time ago signified
their willingness to turn tho )aiht
mer to tho ilub, nnd Inst night the
club otod to nccept.
With tho Hawaii, tho Yacht Club
takes over tho Indebtedness of $3000
Lllll lestlng iition the craft, as well
an the expenses Hint liao been in
turrel b) tho connnltteo In caring
for the )acht slnco tho Trans-Paclflc
Many of tho subscribers townrd tfm
Hawaii voted to accept stock In tho
Hawaii Yacht Club In lieu nt all
claiuiH against tho schooner. In this
wa) tho club tecum! tblit)-lho now
members, who will bo admitted to
full membership Just ns soon hs tho
nrressary chnnges can bo mado In
tho by-laws nnd charter.
In tho annual election of officers
held Inst night tho slato went
through ninth ns announced in tho
I! ii 1 1 c 1 1 n tomo weeks ago.
Thoro were bomo fow variations
fium tho original program, hut all In
connection with the minor officers of
tho ilub. Tho following are tho offi
C. T. Wildor, commodore; James
Jneger, vice commodore; A W Nccly,
Becrctniy and treasurer; II I) How--en,
poit captain; O, L Sorcnson,
meusuier; Holit. L Smtt, II II Kio
to w, T, Y King, 13. L. Kruss, nnd
I' Ii Miller,, directors. Chns Crane,
Geo. C lleikley, nnd J. N Denuham,
It Is not lniirohahle that bovcral
Important changes may lio niudo In
tho b)-luw of tho club Tho matter
Is now In tho hands of a committee
nnd must remain more or less in Din
dink until a it-port Is letelved fiom
Tliero are, under the existing' by
laws, two (lasses of memberships In
tho club. Tho olio dabs cnrrles with
It etock In tho club's pioporty and a
right to ote Tho other class.entl--tles
n man to the enjoyment? of the
club's piMlcgcK but nothlng'etse. It
Is piobnble that the latter class ma)
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(' oung, xeteinu pitcher of flos
ion, in ly be tinded to St. Louts
3 BIG MATCHES 3
Competitors Will Try For Special1 OmllPUm ThPfltPF.
Tiophy Offered for First Score of r '
Three nt Halstead Hole Fine Prizes SATURDAY EVSNING.
FOURSOME SCHEDULE FOR SUN
DAY MORNING NEXT
Sunday next will sec u lively tourna
ment on tho links of the Uatui Country
Club. The play will bo foiirsomo am.'
competition will bo rplrllod. Four
prizes in alt will piobably bo nwuidcd
for the host scores.
Ono of tho most Interesting fcatuics
of tho competition will doubtless bo
tho ottoit of the phi) ois to make II il
stead holo (the new; seventh) In three
strokes. Tliero Ik ii handsome sllicr
trophy nwnlllug tho flint member who
i-hnll succeed In the etidcnor, but as
)ot no Bueccssfiil claimant has comu
Now tint I'lofosslnnnl Mcl.ann has
ilimonstrntcil Hint the trick cm be
turned, renewed Interest In tho prlru
JANUARY 30, 1000.
IS Rounds Lightweight Champion
4 Rounds WelterweiRht Cnntcst
EDDIE HINIS vs. KID B0QUET
Of San Francisco Of Honolulu
8 Rounds Middleweight Contest
FRANK MILLER vs. JOE SILVA
Of Ft. Shafter Punchbowl Demon
A GREAT CARD THAT
' PROMISES OREAT SPORT.
' 3 CLASSY EVENTS 3
Tirlfct nn enlA nt PitTvitrirW'i f!i
has spiung up linlstuml green has gar Store and Box Office of Theater.
prcncry impiilar of 1'ito. and thcio PRICES Stage Scats, $2 50; Or
is llttlo doubt but tint Mime ono will chestra, $2: Dress Ciicle, $1.50; Fam
como pretty near tho winning tco:o ilv Circle, $1 all reserved. Gallery
Sunda). Admission, 80s.
Tho uiilo bus will urn from tho Nun - lL"L?"i"L"r- f
rnu ear line to the club house Hii'ida)
ns usual, mid tho eutuonur) liili'c
d hoto lunchion will bo sened at noon
SPOUTS BY THE
'I hero will bo enough excitement to
satisfy mort any ono from now mil II
Monday Tomnriow Mlko I'lslui and
his IiiukIi of dlnmnnd heroes mo duo
lioro on tho Mongolia, A leiertlo.i
will doubtless bo (endued thn aggie
gitlon anil tho men will bo kept on
the go all tomorrow afternoon
On Saturday afternoon rnniPh tho
f.rst gamo between tho All-Ameih iiiih
nnd the nll-Knunllniis nt the league
grounds. Thnt should c ill out oveiy
healthy sports loving American who Is
not absolute!) tied down olscv.liPio.
On Siturrlay nUht wo g-t Iho Smith
Itellly mill nt tho Oipheiliu That Is
fiiio to uttraot tho fans, paitlculnrly
as thero will bo two pn llmlinrliH tucln
ns might well bo offircd ns main '
Sunda) af lei noon theie Is another
bnsobnll gamo nt tho Ipiikiii' )i'irk Sun
day morning thoro Ik the fniirsoiim
tournament on the lluVt, of tho Onhu
If folk will only consider their pies-
onco nt each and nil of tho ImmiIiiII
Captain IViniindci! of Iho All Amor
lean team Is iirimiging for the publi
cation of a Koiieiilr pingr.im mil
fcc on card Kimllar to (hat ii'-ed b) tho
AII-AliieilcaiiH on thell Oi lentil lour.
Tho cover will bo much tho Mime, and
tho general make-up will not be very
different Tho gical dlffeunii' will
lio that, Instead of sluipl) having pic
tures and doi-cilplivo llial.elii Hinting
nnd to tho pliuoin of Mike ri-diei's aggro
gitlon, Iho All IliiwalUir, will alwi bo
Iho Idea hi to have n rcuviuli which
those who nttend tho gum a cm Keep,
nnd It Is bolloved that thoro will bo
just ns many people who will want
Miniilhliu t ilioniepiber the il iwnll
p),l)0is b), mi them will lie those who
want toimnli.i of Mlko Ibhu'H
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beckloy, Jr.
The All-Han tillnus will be nut on
tho league giouuds this iilleiuoou at
thu eaillost nosslblo minute and. rain
games Ht tho leaguo pirk during tho or hhlno, piactlio will bo kept up until
coming week In tlio light of a duty dnrknoss makes It Impossible to ihnso
which they, as patriotic citizens, owe Ih elusive t.phore. On Bntiirduj ufloi-
to their national gamo.Vlhero will bo noon the big gamo villi bo plijid ami
no diraciilt)ln making up that guaran the (ila)ois uio going to lako advmil-
leo wnicn tno league magnate have
given ihv All-Amerlcans
Tho ball plajers have given up prac
tlenlly ever) spme nilimto of time dur
ing tho past mniith They have to
Mied nlmost no support from Iho
fans At tho pinctlco games, tho sol
AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS WEEK DAYS.
ugn of ovciy iiiiuuto between now .mi;
Tho All Americans will piiihahly
find that they have to hustle moro
than they oiect when (hey get heio.
The) havo been on the watei fur sov
eial davu. mid thus cut oft hum mui
.., .. . . . - --
iiers mm iiiaiineH navo finned out nnd iiim pincllee. vvlille tho local men have
done good bpivIio "roolliig," but tho, been linid nt It liirldintallj C.iptiiln
vur.v peo)lo most Inteiested havo done "rornandez has inannci'il in b..i im..,n,.
absolnlol) nothing, In fact Ihey havojer a bunih vvoi'thy of wearing iho All
fit. uiu iiuvurs heveiei) moiie
A good crowd nt the park this nfler
iionn would Piirnuingc the men n
vliolo lot Hon innii) ha om?
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Eilitoiinl Room Phone 185,
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