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BVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, II., FIIIDAY, DEC. 3, 1909.
Latest patterns in shirtwaists and dress suits. These
patterns were never before shown in Honolulu.
Wc have also attractive center pieces and table covers.
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel
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BY V. I. STEVENSOH.
Walking Race Big Fight Time
.Prizes Are G.cd Place and Coin
MACEY SECTIONAL BOOK CASES Complete line at
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Hackfcld Bldpr., Fort & uecn
Now that the mcrchuiitH of tlio
city huvo conic forward wllh it lino
lot of prizes for the Knlakauu avo
iiiio wnlkltiR rare, It In assured that
the event will bo a good one. And It
In pleasing to sea the business men
of tho town taking Btich a great lu
ll real In amateur athletics.
This walking rato will bo very
different to a professional event,
t.ml all tho men who enter will do
io with no thought of gnto money to
urge tliein on and only for tho sport
and fun of tho thing.
I Over thirty prizes have been do
,natcd and they range from beautiful
tups to useful nrtlclcs which anyone
would bo pleased to get for n Christ
mas present. The Honolulu mer
Lhants and business men can always
bo relied upon to como to the front
with trophies for amateur events.
Tho only thing now Is for more
men to enter for the race and pro-
After all McCarey did not get tho
privilege of pulling off the big fight
between Johnson and Jeffries, and as
announced In yesterday's special cable
to the II it 1 1 "3 1 1 n, Trx Klckard of Ne
vada and Jack Olcason of San Fran
cisco, have In partnership, grabbed the
No less a sum than Iini.ooo was of
fered and, In addition the flghlers'aro
to get two-thirds or the receipts fiopi
the moving pictures or the contest
The latter Item will probably amount
to a very large sum before; Interest In
the great fight dies down In tho future
wllh tho advent of some new rliiini
Ami talking about jnoilng pictured
makes one think of how lucky pcoplu
in tho future will bo when they can sit
down comfortably ami took at nil tint
men who arc famous now, and who will
bo dead then, conic out on the canvass
end fight their battles over again for
tho edification of sports who arc not
born at present. '
What a treat It would bo. for a lot of
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(Mad with Cnoioti)
The long paint minufacturing
experience of The Shernin
Wllliimi Co. hai enabled
them to make a moit satis
factory Shingle Stain.
In Preservative Shingle
Staini, creosote, the but wood
preservative, ii combined with
coloring pigments. Shingle
decav Ii thus prevented and
an artistic finish given at the
same time. Twenty three
handsome shades, for use on
roots or sningic iiuinga.
m vitta all
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Friday, Dec. 3rd, 1909,
at.8 p. m. '
Prictis of Admission
50, 25 and 15c
San Francisco Hotels
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Free of Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd. ,
The House of Quality; Wines and liquors.
1. 1 w I flnl.l ft.n, ...III ...n.l t It n I WIIHl Ii I (VH II WIMItll lit! lr II HH III
Wdo goad fields that will work the I f wo cou( wm of (o ()I(Mmc
tllCl-l!llllB Up IU II Ulltll Ul lAtlll"
ment (luring the race.
Service men nro wanted In (ho
nice, nnd It In hoped hy tho commit
trc llmt ii nunihcr of them will en
ter right away for tho events. Thcro
ire quite a number of good walkers
In tho different camps nround Hono
lulu, and the boya In uniform nre a
fine lot of sports who nre a:was out
for1 tho love of thu gnme.
So far there arc not very many
entries for the races, but the ones
that have already cntcicd are a like
I) looking hunch, and range from all
legs to no legs to speak of. C. K.
Chnrlle, the game llttlo Chinese lad,
who .put up so many good runs In
Marathon races, Is In the walking
rare, nnd ho will once more go up
against his old opponent, Antone
Knoo, who Is also trying his powers
In nn event very different to a Mar
utlion. When the men faeo the .atartor It
, will bo a funny sight, for all sizes
and sorts of men will ho on tho start
ing lino, nnd when tho pistol goes
there probably will be a wild dush
for the leading plnco.
So far the following men have en
tered for the race: W. Tlmson, L.
O. Kosa, Sam Hop, S. H. Webb, An
tone Knoo, Daniel, Kahana, M. O.
.Ionian, H. M. Ayres. John Delia
ham, C. K. Charlie, Wilson Foaglcr,
V. McTlghc, K. M. Cheatham, Ar
thur McDufflo, A. V. Mullen. Kn
tiles will clove for the main event
at Wall Nichols" store on Fnrt
fctreet tomorrow night at 9 o'clock.
Tho entry list of the other two
events, viz., fat mens' nnd veterans'
laces, will closo tomorrow night
week at the same plnco. Tho elimi
nation rnto will take placo on Sun
day, Dec. 1'.', nnd tho final go on tho
Three prizes will be given for tho
fat men's race, thrco for tho voter
una' and six for tho elimination race,
tho balaiiLo to go to tho wlnncis of
the final contest.
Tho names of tho business men
who hnvo iMatei! prizes are as fol
lows, and tho thanks of tho commit
tee is due to them for their gener
' " .lack Scully, silver cup and six small 5
fighters like Sayers, Keeiian. Mace
and a dozen other lesser lights once
moro battling with the "hare uns"
through fifty rounds or so. Those men
did not know anything about "the
point," or "tho solar plexus," although
at times they used to accidentally bind
a blow on one of those vulnerable ior
tloiiR of a hoxor's nnatomy.
' 81111. In nil the history of prlzo fight
Ing there Is pot another match that
has rrati'd such Intense feeling all
over tho world, as the .1..I.-.I.I, context.
. There have of course been many
matches that stirred penpo up a lot.
but thev wero. more or less, local af
fairs. This scrap on July Fourth next
will he of world-wide interest and It
lu safe to say that If we were at pres
ent .In wireless communication with
Mars, that there would be n wad of
money sent from that planet to 11m
Garth, to lie wagered cither on tho
white man or colored wonder, accord
ing to how complexions run' on tlm
stnr or the war god.
The contest will protiibly bo pulled
. A t, $ ,i. . 4. 'if, .. $,
silver cups; Kred I.. Wnlilron, 0110 box
raukahaun soan: II. Hackfcld & Co..
Ltd., ono box cigars; Manufacturers'
Shoo Company, ono pair shoes; J. Car
lo, stickpin: M. A. Ounst & Co.. box
cigars; II. K. Hill, prlzo to bo named
later; V. C. Peacock & Co., half dozen
O. P. S.! Honolulu ItrmvlniF unil Mull.
Ing Company, two dozen quarts of
l'rimo; Kltzpatrlck Bros., a calabash
plpo or a box or Adellna Pattl cigars;
K. O, Hall & Sou. un "Ever-ready"
rocket flashlight: W. C. tlercln. box of
cigars; Monty Montgomery, bottle of
"iiooi Aion ; i.ovejoy St Co., ono gal
lon Maul wine: Thos. F. McTlche &
Co., ono lmttlo of whisky; Archlo Rob
ertson, a pocket knife; Hawaiian 8tar,
fix months' subscription to tho Star:
W. W. Dlmond & Co., an ordcr'for mer
chandise up to )3; Metropolitan Meat
Company, a ham; Chambers Drug
Company, boitlo of nerfumo: Oal
Mossmau, pockot diary; Advertiser, six
months' subscription to Dally and Sun
day Advertiser; Sllva's Toggery, 11
cap; II. F. Wlchmnn & Co.. fountain
pen; Holllster Drug Company, bottlo
of perfume; Honolulu PhotoSupply
Company, a No. 2 Ilrownle camera; A.
II. Arlclgh & Co., Mil., a bound volume
or current fiction; A. M. Dletz Jewelry
Company, Hawaiian watch fob; J. B.
Eoper, (I. M. fountain pen! Honolulu
Drug Company, bath brush": D. V.
tnicrs at co, merchandise order for
off In Sun Francisco, although Hick
ard will, of course, try and get tho
men down to his home state. No mat
ter whero tho great go docs eventuate,
there is no doubt that tho biggest
crowd thnt ever swaimed nround n
ring will he present. And thnt Hono
lulu will ho well represented at tho
argument Is a dead sure thing.
n a n
On Siinduv down at Ki. there will
be some flno tennis played when tho
double handhap ti.urnaiiioiit will bu
continued. Tho p'fy so far has been
very Interesting nnd, as liuual, has at
tracted 11 lot of lovers of til.- amo to
tho big mill.
McKcover nnd Dreenlleld aro still In
tho play although they aro giving
away big handicaps. Thcso two men
would show a lot of the city men the
way to capture sets If they could only
get enough practice. Plantation life
is not like town, and It Is only on Sun-
duys that the men can really liavu 11
good practice game.
Ewa Is always doing something In
tho athletic lino, and snout good men
have como from there to comcto In
town sorts. Cordcrlo. tho long dis
tance runner, Clarke tho crnck pitch
ci. and several others besides the ten
nis pair, can bo called ttrnitridJusi'
Mnnnger flcorgo Kenton goes In for
sailing a lot and handles his beautiful
llttlo craft In cxiicrt fashion, In fact
Kwa men aro a good bunch nllroiind.
whether nt work or play, anil It Is n
treat to see tho management so Inter
ested lu the iccreatlons of tho em
ployes. 8 8 8
The soccer players nro practicing
hard for the opening, of their season,
which takes place on December II.
Tho recent rain has Interfered n lot
with tho practice, stilt tho men got ex
ercise In other ways. Tho first game
will bo between thu Malles and tho
Iron Works, the Piinuhous nnd Highs
will play ihu second, and' both games
promise to bo close ones,
8 8 8
Jack Scully has presented a boaiitb
fill cup as flr.it prlzo for the Kalakaua
QVenuo walking race. The' genial
rport Is always thcro with tho goods
when any decent event is being pulled
off. Tho cup Is a flno siieclmcn of tho
jeweler's nrt Is Is 'In (ho form of a
goblet made of sliver. A Chinese drag
en encircles tho cup and six small
cups stamChrniind tho largrt 0116.'
THE BLUE LEGEND.
Cor. Nuunnu and Pounohi Streets,
"HAPPY JACK WALKER," fun
ny. eccentric comedian, and "MISS
Entire change of program tonight.
One-act musical comedy by Happy
Jack Walker entitled
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Wednesdays and Saturdays
At 2:30 P. M.
Children 5 cents
Adults s , 10 cents
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Steel and brick structure, furnish
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Feature film for Friday and Sat
urday, Dec. 3 and 4:
THE BLUE LEGEND
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
1120 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
P03T0N BROWN BREAD. ,
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Ring up 107.
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We POLISH. VARNISH. REPAIR
and buy nil kinds of furniture
Beds, Bureaus, Desks, Chairs, etc.
Rear of Hawaiian Opera House, ,
"Biioiiuh Ik aa Rood n A fntU,' to
thin!:1 Mens, flalley & I, twirl of'thr
Art and for tha rcaa'm have onca
moro returned to th "s'rnlnhl" luov.
Ing picture ahow, tho Hen Wup troupo.
playing tholr laat performance Initt
Monday night. Tho xtnr film for Fri
day nnd Saturday, todas nnd icimorrw,
It. entitled "Tho nine l.twn ," mid In
n crackerjiick In ovry r. lloln
ono of tho Patho tllniH ami In colors It
Is n very beautiful display from begin
ning to end. The wlfo of 11 peasant K
murdered on tho highway for her
purxo, and tho husband Inics. ills rca:
con aa a acotienco. Ilelng an excellent
violinist ho wanders about looking for
hla helpmeet so cruelly tnken from
htm. Aa ho nlaya she vlnl;g him from
tlmo to tlmo but whenever ho turns to
omhrare her. she le "one. Tl'j I'-cnre
throughout aro beaitlful Jnn! pathetic,
and thu coloring of tho vt iwi. tends lii
greatly enhnneo tha charm the ruhlort
pan for tho Hpectaloi. Kerent decora
tloiiH. Interior pi'ntlng. ir have
greatly added to thocomfott and pleas
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or yoursolf. Prlc c iimi.iI
GRAND FIREWORKS TONIGHT.
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REGAL SHOES for men and women
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K. A. C. vs. 0. A. C.
SEATS 10c, 15c, 25c
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' Young Bldg. j .
! David A. Dowsctt,
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ACME GLEE CLUB
Music Furnished for All Occasions.
Rates Very Low.
Alakea Bldp;., Alakea and Kinp sts.
NEW WAVERLEY DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu,
Open every night at 7 o'clock.
Good Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
t Well ventilated hall.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Thoro.wlll bo n big fireworks display
nt tho Athletic Park tonight. Tho man
who has charge of tho show stales that
he In going to havo the very finest
thing In sot pieces that was nver'seon.
All the fuses nnd leads will be pro
tected fiom tho weather nnd a most
marvelous consequence of set-pieces
An elahorato system of set-plcro
framework has been in ranged on the
diamond at tho park and. If the weath
er bo only flue, there will bo ono of tho
must billllaut flieworks displays, soeu
ash office. These.
number of the Bulletin office.
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