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KVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, NOV. 9. 1909.
Special Paints for House Cleaning
i House cleaning time is house painting time the
floors, the base boards, the cupboards, the chairs, the
tables and a dozen pieces o( furniture need re-painting or
For fleers either painted, tarnished, stained er waxed:
use S-W. Floor Finishes. Finish floors in best pos
Per interior walls and woodwork, use S-W. Enameloid.
' 'An economical high gloss finish.
For eutoards, shelves, talUs, eta use S-W. Family
Faint. An oil gloss paint that stands scrubbing.
Fot-ttainingvioodaorkcnd furnituri: use S-W. Varnish
Stain. Correctly imitates the natural wood.
tFi havipaUtt, varniibti an J itaini fir every faintahlt thing.
Call en vi fori
I fltr tarJi m
E. 0. HALL &
If You Don't
That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it.
U because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince yon that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in a class bv ourselves.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manager.
CELEBRATED AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES
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prevention and cure of Worms and
Bots in young and old stock on pas
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Sold in 100-lb bags, $50 per ton.
There is no handling or bother in
its application. All stock take nat
urally to it.
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BT 7. 1. STEVENSON.
Changes of Cullcn
And Rcilly Meeting
Cullen and Rellly are still un
matched for a return go for tho
championship of the Hawaiian
Islands. Doth the little follows are
keeping In condition, however, and
If a amtch Is mode thoy will have
no trouble In quickly getting Into
shape for a long-drawn-out battle.
On being Interviewed last night
both llellly and Cullen stated that
they were perfectly willing to box
again If a suitable sized purse were
'There are lots of people In this
city who think that with a clean
break rule, llellly would make a
better showing against Cullen, I
the last fight, up to the seventh
lound, llellly was doing well and
looked like a winner; then came the
punch In the eye which blinded him
for a while and Cullen, sizing the
matter up correctly, landed the
punch which landed the game little
Charlie to tho floor.
Even then llellly battled along In
heroic fashion, and, although so
roclty and apparently all in that for
n moment it was thought the towei
would be skied, managed 'to pull
through to the end of the fifteen
rounds, and was on his feet at the
It was the punch on the eye that
started Charlie going on the roud
to defeat, nnd he was terribly handi
capped b'y being practically blind
In his left eye.
With Rellly's skill and stamina
he would be able to give Cullen the
go of his life over a fifteen round
course, with the clean break rule In
force. The fans of th,e city are very
keen on seeing another contest be-tweeirtnollgtitwcightBMnd-U-ls
be-hoped that they are brought to
Clean sport is looking up in this
city, and as long as certain Influenc
es are not allowed to control any
branch of It, the prospects of good
square fights like the Rellly-Cullen
one, and good running races like
Sunday's Marathon, are bright.
lint tho nrofegglonal "flkera" of
fights and other events (n this town
had better take a tumble to them
selves and drop the game before a
comfplete expose of their methods
Is made by some one In the know,
a n u
Cricket will once more bo relvod
next Saturday ror the benefit of the
Uedford officers, who will play another
match against the Honolulu C. C. It
Is rather out of season at present but,
as the local cricketers want one mora
try to recover the "ashes" which now
epose on board the British cruiser,
the game will be played.
Tho Bedford eleven Is a very strong
one and they proved too good for the
H. C. C. In all the previous matches
played hero. However, the local men
are not dismayed, and a strong team
will be got together to tackle the sail
ors and It may turn out that the H. C,
O. will turn tho tables this time on the
Bob Anderson will, of course, be tho
star' batBman of tho home team and
he can be relied upon to make a fair
sized score and If onco ho gets set, a
century or so may come from his bat
Thero are other good bats In Hono
lulu If they would only practice a fit
tie and, although we are rather weak
In bbwlers nt'nresent. tho local cloven
Iflhmtlrl An hottnr nnxt flaturriav than
they did In tho previous matches they
played against the Bedford.
Captain McQIll of the club, is look
ing up tho playersand will see to it
that a strong .toa'm'ls selected to play
on Saturday. nIliichlyrand Beardmore
snouia, it in lorrnrnaito a rcspectamo
number oj runs, and, with the aid of
McLaln and. a couple of others, tho
total hqudbo run, up, a lot
than when tho H. .C. C. were
pose dot for Icbb than a hundred runi
Tho games against the British offi
cers are always very enjoyable and
oven If the home team Is defeated, ev
eryone has a good ttmo and thero Is
no kick coming, Tho eleven selected
to represent Honolulu will bo an
nounced lator on and It will consist of
tho best players in tho Territory.
raco resolved Itself
protty well Into a drifting match, but
tho men who mado the trip enjoyed ev -
try moment of It. The crew of tho
Hawaii had a good time and all, looked scratcn men, comparep wun mose
bronzed and brown on their p6turn,''M',ltaen',6f lUnndlcapsiifrom "lSixto i5,n
When, at a meeting of .soccer play
ers, held yesterday afternoon, It was
decided to select a football eleven to
play against the team from the British
cruiser Bedford, the greatest cnthus-l
Insm was shown all round,
Tho Bedfqrd boys proved In San
Francisco that they are a flno aggre
gation of soccer players, and In their
match against the best, team In Cali
fornia held their own and no score
was made by either side.
It Is good to hear that a decent
match Is being arranged for the sail
ors as on the last occasion of their
being here they were sent up against
a lot of small boys.
The match next Saturday will be
played at tho League grounds and no
admission charge will be made. At
3:30 the teams will line upifor what
should be one of tho best exhibitions
of soccer that has been seen In these
Islands for yearn.
A strong team has been .selected to
repiesent the town against the sailors,
and It goes without saying that the
match Is going to be a snorter from
tho kick off till time Is called.
Jim Kiddes will referee the game
and, as he knows all about the rules.
ami is an uiq-urae pisyer nimseu, ills:
decisions will be always sure to give
and is an old-time player himself, his
Tho town team Is given below and
all the players mentioned are request
ed to turn out for a practice game this
afternoon at 6 o'clock sharp at old Pu
nahou field. If the home team Is to
have a chance against the sailors, all
the Individual players will have to
practice hard and get together as' soon
as possible. i ,
' Th team Anally selected Is as fol
lows: Bob Chllllngwortb, goal; T. W.
P. Qrey, right fullback; Johnny Clarke,
left fullback; Bob Catton, fullback
sub.; L. a, Blackman, right halfback;
David Center, center-half; Harry Bai
ley, left halt; J. Macaulay, halfback
sub.; Carl Oss, outslde'rlght forward;
iswigni, insiao ngm; Jtusna An
drews, center forward; J. Mftcaulay,
Inside left; Fred Bailey, outside left;
J. B. Walker. Sinclair1 and' John Cat
ton, forward subs. ' '
Down at Haleiwa tjjere Is some
thing doing In the golt line, anil
Manager Kimball la working up the
greatest Interest In the game at tbe
Last Sunday the Haleiwa Oolt
Club started a hole-play tournament
and the first round was completed.
The weather was Ideal -for golf,
and as the links were In perfect or
der tbe day was much enjoyed by
all those who took part in tbe play.
There were quite a number of vis
itors to Haleiwa on Sunday, and
besides enjoying the -golf, many
walking parties were made up by
the people who came In 'on the)
The Haleiwa Golt Club, although
not boasting ot a large membership
roll, Is a strong little organisation,
and the members are1 all very keen
on the game,
The results of the play last Sun
day wero as follows: Kinney beat
Pillar, 2 dp and 1; Mahaulu beat
McKlnnon, 2 up and 1; De Mana
beat Voscheller, 6 up and. 6; Dr.
Wood beat Robertson, 8" up and ;
Kimball beat Awal, 7 up; arid, 6; A.
Mahaulu beat Kraftt, 4rtup and 3;
Beadon beat Johnson, 3upfand 1.
The play all around was good,
and, as a handsome trophy jiaa been
provided for the winner of the
event, much Interest Is being shown
In the tournameht. ' The winners
will play off during this, month to
decide Who takes (he first prize.
a a a . , -,
id rubs.'. Aiinj.
The whole theory ot handicapping
at golf, as at other games, M, no
doubt, that all the competitor with
whom the handlcappers are .dealing
shall start with an equal chance for
the prize, says Horace, Hutchinson
In the London Telegraph. We all
'know very well that'' even with tbe
"' made handicap this Is yery far
, from being the case. It is-not very
unjust to say that tbe plus and
are looked upon as pounds are to
Shillings. That Is really not an ex
travagant way of putting It, and If
It may be accepted It comes o this,
that each scratch or plus man is
popularly considered to have some
thing like a 20 chance to 1 of win
ning from the long-handicapped man.
This does not look like practical
realization of ibe theory that all are
to start with equal chances.
In practice we generally find that
the biggest favorite is the most se
verely handicapped player. Thoao
about the scratch mark receive the
compliment of being considered good.
Then there are one or two, of any
thing from scratch to 10 or 12, who
are deemed to be rather well In, or
to be playing an exceptional game
for the moment, and they are regard
ed as the scratch ones. The chances
0f the rest are really regarded as
negligible. . Of-, course the ration
ale of J the Affair Is that the favor
ite of the better player can rely on
getting a good game put up by his
man. It may not be a winning gamo,
but It will be a good" effort. The
long-handicapped man may, and
likely will, make no show at all.
Is the conclusion, then, that he
ought to have a 'great many more
points? I am disposed to think It Is.
Of course, what will happen In that
case Is that now,' and again he will
win with' a score which the short
handicapped or tbe penalized players
cannot even approach, and It has
been laid down as an ultimate rule
of handicapping that you must not
set an impossible task to your most
heavily handicapped men. But then
that theory did pot contemplate a
game with the Innumerable uncer
tainties of golf, The theory that all
are to start with an equal chance ot
winning 'underlies all, and to that
we must surely sacrifice the second-
8t J,u " we.0'a two Incom
patlble: The people as a rule who
seem to .be unduly favored by the
system of handicapping generally
prevajent'are th,ose about the scratch
msrki.'or'from' that to four or six. '
The "heavily pehallzel ones are
usually, rather well looked after. But;
certainly the real duffers, the 16, 20
and 25 men. 'do, not get nearly
enough. -'-That at least, Is my own
View, and It tried by the test ot tbe
number 'of victories madr in Bsnirm
cap competitrotOt will be found to
ue correct,. Bimol,upireriaiiy. w ne
ther people ouiht;to, win-bought not
rather to be,askamed,to winwhe
ther It does 'not become a mere pau
perising actt ot charity rather than
an Inducement lo skill, to give prises
In such conditions; Is quite another
story,, but, certainly, If the handicap
s to be ideally fair, most of the, long
handicapped. ' And still, ,lf there
comes a tearing gale of wind, the
heavily penalized 'ones will, In'splte
of all, start with the best of chances.
' Swu a '
Local and Coast
The 'yeai"t908( will go down In mo
tor, cxcle history, as another season
of prosperity and advancement re-
marked a Coast paper; It"s safe to
say that no other 'season has shown
such progress In the perfecting of the
machines, nor has any iither year
equaled It In the amount of sales. The
little two-wheetor Is no longer looked
upon as a luxury or a playing, but
as a medium of transportation both
ecpnomlcal and expeditious, and to
some people It Is almost a necessity,
as a controller or regulator or traffic
It Is looked upon as Indispensable In
upwards-of fifty ot tho leading cities
of this country, whose special police
are mounted on the speedy little vo
hides, 'in speed It has shown Itself
the equal of the fastest cars, having
to Its credit miles In 42 seconds on
circular iracks, nearly seventy-two
miles In the hour, and better than! a
mUe-a-mlnuto.for six hours.. Its abil
ity to 'climb the steepest grades has
attracted attention particularly fn all
hilly sections, and It la perhaps be
cause of this power that It has become
so popular' In Sari Francisco. It Js now
satisfactorily reliable, '
There' will not be so many radical
changea in the 1810 .models as there
were In some ot those of the 1909
make. The test of time ''has shown
that which Is preforabNPfrf' nearly all
that goes to the making of a motor
cycle, and the manufacturw'fs profit
Ing by bis experience and potting only
that on his machine which hei knows
will he satisfactory to the general pub
lie. As nearly all the' larger makers
furnish from there to four models, and
either chain or belt transmission"',, It Ib
not hard to'ault the purchaser;',' Two
and thrce-qiiartors horsepower ;ls now
tho smallest engine furnished, and tho
machines run from this up in four,' five
and soveu horsepower sizes, tbe two
latter being In tho 'twin-cylinder mod
els. It has been provon conclusively
that the belt transmission Is only
adapted to a slow speed engine, and
some makers the'comlifg year will on-
jy apply It to piodels of that kind. The
chain has. proven the ractest and most,
reliable lOMhi) two transmissions, and
TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING, NOVEMBER 0.
SEATS ARE ON SALE AT BERGSTR0M MUSIC STORE.
PRICES 51.00, 75, 50, 25 Cents
Card Party and
Given by Excelsior Lodge No. 1.
I. 0. 0. F.
At Odd Fellow' Hall Tuesday Eve
ning, Not. B, 1909, at 8 o'clock.
FRIZES AND REFRESHMENTS.
Visiting Odd Fellows Invited.
SUNDAY, NOV. 14.
1:30 F. M.
C. vs. K. A. C.
7. A. C. vs. U. S.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
' THAYER PIANO CO.
1W BOTH STREET.
-. Pkont T18.
Far horn entertainment.
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raPPERS and FAMILY
- i BUTCHER!
It Is used by alt makers of the high
seed engines In this country, and In
England, where belts wero once al
most universal, thoy are now appll!ig
chains to some of their best makes.
Tho belt Is quiet und "easy" and un
der certain conditions and on low
speed engines it Is a satisfactory pow
er carrier, but for all around work
the chain seems to have the call.
Tho west gets a lot ot good ones
In the automobile business. Per
haps It la the echo ot Horace Oreeley
or the clink ot the big, round silver
simolean that draws the regulais
of the trade to tho far side ot the
Rockies, where the people raise
enough prunes, oranges and canned
salmon to raise the price ot good
automobiles and thereafter raise
dust on all hlghwajs anent the Pa
Frank C. Rlggs Is the latest
Rlggs, till now assistant sales man
ager of the Packard Motor Car Com
pany, erstwhile vice president ot the
Flsk Rubber Company, and one or
your old friend back In the days of
"Yellow FellowB" and other blcyclcB
that made life worth living while we
waited for motor cars.
Mr. Rlggs Is In Portland, 1 0re.,
dealer for the ' Three P's" of the
automobile bimlncBs, the Packard
"Thirty," Packard "Eighteen," and
Packard Trusk. He will soil as
many . as tho can (get) and collect
the money first; also handling the
business In all other details strictly
according to Packard policy, for tho
benefit of Packard owners; to en
hance the prestige ot the Packard,
and to keep the Rlggs family larder
full of calur, escargot, boiled eggs
and other delicacies that will remind
bam of the offoto east from whence
Mr. Rlggs will have temporary
headquarters at the Hotel Portland,
I ut will establish a permanent sioro
a n ,
Another sea wren race will be sailed
next Punday ami It Is possible that
Commodore Wilder's boat ,wlll bo
All Feature Films t
Monday and Tuesday I
WEDNESDAY ' .,
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Three Niehti of the Week !
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, i
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
"Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
Fort Street Below Seretania
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel St.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Music by Kawalhau Glee Clnb.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
- Is Good
J. HOPP & CO.
M. At Gunst
FORT AND KING STREET!
Levy's for Groceries
Fresh Fruits and
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