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BVENItfO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, DEC. 7, 1909
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When you want a mill that will run easy and last lone;, buy an
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for the least money come to' this store. We have hair,
moss, elastic felt and other kinds of mattresses, all made
beautifully and priced so low that you'll be surprised, es
pecially if you have priced mattresses elsewhere. All
sizes. Come and sec them. 6
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PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES , ,
By Special Messenger Service. .
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The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
Order for the Holidays
a case of PRIMO BEER, so that when friends drop in for
the evening you can quickly provide some dainty refreshment.
A Welsh rarebit and salt crackers; or some sandwiches
are just right with a cold glass of beer, and should be served in
& SON, Ltd.
BY V. L.
C hirlie Rcilly On
Transp rt to Coast
Clinrllo Ttcllly pot nwiiy on the
iiniKi.MiL ihlsf niiirniiic. mid will
nirp moir. 'Vlthlii ii fnw iliiyB, lip In
111 tie I'M Kil":o, whom he will ag.iln
I till Into i nf Honolulu. Anil Cluirllp
l.lwnjH Iiiim nothing lint good Ii, sny
I i.l.i.nt llnu i.l ii nf tit tin m. av tnll
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United here, and Hip l.nl U
ttll'.i ever) hud)
Itellly rilttiu flRhtK to win. Vin'l
the rhowliiR lip put up iiRiilnal DM.
Cullen wns iplendld one. The
pcpul.ir little ll.ihtmelRht la clever
cnmiRli for an) one, but ho lucka a
l.nnck-nut punch nt prcnont. How
ever, he la onl) n jounRater yet nnd
will do belter as he gets older,
The contests between FrauMe
Smith nnd Itellly will not be forgot
ten In n hurry either, nnd In every
w ly Clinrllo miide Rood In Hawaii.
It may be that after a trip east
Itellly may find his wny back to
Honolulu, and finally settle here like
several other well-known boxeri
Aloha, Charlie; ou can always
eomo bnck to Honolulu nnd he sure
of u welcome, nnd that Is more than
Homo pcoplo can suy.
XAH SCHOOL NOTES. -
Tho grounds nro ory muddy now
since, the rain came, nnd so the boys
will riot practice soccer for a few
till) 8 et.
A practice game will be played
tho latter part of this week with tho
Ohlolanl College team. .
The members of the team will we wM, he able to see how the whole
have the r new suits this year. ,,,. wcnt BnTO!,t , we f wo
Captain John Unl hns not selected ,, been pre(,ent flt lne tournMIlent.
uUl., ,n ?.; , .. lM"K and McLoughlln must have
The Kama will make an attempt m,,roved lo, on ,he -iform they
to sturt the Interscholnstlc soccorihnu,. ,, ,. hnlie.h ,h(,v
games right after tho Holldn5s. so'
as to finish before February.
a urn c wub no urvBn parnue nviu 1
uu (no Bcmxu Kruuuus ounaar on
Account of the bad weather,
The Kam Schools are preparing
songs for Pounder's Day, which
will fall on Sunday, Dec. 19.
A half- mile nnd a mlo race will
take place at tho school Friday aft
ernoon. , ,i .
Among the players trying ror the
socqer team nro illarry Godfrey Me
Cowan, Kalal, W. Apau, W. Kama
lopllt and n few other good ath
letes. Bulletin Business Offloe Phone 2M.
InlUtin TMItoWsl Pnnm Vhrmp IRS
Order direct from the
Brewery if you wish, or from
your dealer. If from the
latter be sure to specify
How The Davis
Cup Was Won
It n ill lie seen fioni flic m count
I'lHiictl below iii.il iiu Atnoiluin
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n-il uri:iiiiiiiti.-n til ill" jmnii nutm
tennis courts did mmli'better In tho
double than thpy did In the sin -
glcs. ' I
Thin at In be expected, an no-
thought fnrrn moment that
lie beaten by the lallbei of smith
of l.nng nnd McLoviililln, IImhiIkm
It. n ver prwcrfnl ilner and has
null ilpfenlpd nil the inru he has
met ditiltiR the p.ist few jcars.
WlliHns. too. Is a remarkable
(I, nnd has mnde good all oer Ku
I ' and has ben up ngalnsl tho
tu the doubles the pln must luin
been ry exciting, mid ns the Aim-
tinllnns won twcnt,i-HP-n games to
their opponents' twenty, tho mutch
was close enough to keep people
guessing ns to the winner,
The first set must have been a
hummer, and the fact that It took
'twents-two games to decide It shows
what sort of fight the Americans put
up before they wero defeated.
The second set was almost as
good, nnd It took sixteen games to
finish It In favor of the Kangaroos.
Thirty-eight games for two sets
must be somewhere near n record.
and at that stage the Americana
hl(, BCVCnlcPn ,,. lo thc,r
' . wi. , Interesting In reail how
,hp ,,, were fougnt ouli ,, B8
(h ,,,, mri, ..j ,,..
. .,. . , ,h, kln,, nf .u
ent , icctn , ,c ,H,t Mt
against Ilrookes and Wlldlng-tos-
lne. It to three garnet the fight
during tho other two sets must have
been a beauty.
Tho trip to .Australia will, no
doubt. Improve the two California
players n lot, and they' will do well
In the future for sure, Oee and
Roth will be up against tho real
thing early next month when tho
two joung pln)ers tackle them on
the local courts once more.
BYDNKV. N. 8. , Nov. 27.
Play In the International tennis
toirnnment for tin Dwlkht F. Dalt
imllenge pimi bjgtn today with 'i'
singles, In which the Americans
wero defeated In straight sets.
Md.oughlln nnd Long of Call for
nla met tespectlvely Ilrookes and
Wilding, the Australians who won
the trophy from Qreat Britain In
1907. McLoughllns volleying was
excellent, but he found Ilrookes'
service practically unplajable
Wilding's ground shots were bril
liant. The weather wns tool and tho sky
overcast. Tho court was slow. Tho
attendance was good.
International singles Norman K.
Ilrookes, Australia, beat Maurice E.
Mclaughlin, United States. 6-2, 6-2,
A. E. Wilding, Australia, beat
Melvlllo 11. Long, United States, 6-2,
SYDNEY. N. 8. W.. Nov. 28.
The Australian defenders of the
Dwlght F. Davis challenge cup de
feated the Americans In straight
bets In the doubles in the Interna
tional tennis tournament today.
The Australians showed the bet
ter Judgment and won by magnifi
cent volleying and prompt allying
at critical moments. Bcpre
International Doubles Norman
E. Drookes, Victoria, and A. E.
Wilding, New Zealand, defeated
Maurlco E. McLaughlin and Mel
ville H. Long, United Btatcs, 12-10,
The Callfornluns made a splendid
fight, though McLoughiln .was er
ratic. Long's service was masterly.
The weather was -bright and
warm and the court fast. The at
tendance wus good.
There may be a series of baseball
Eunics after all between the St.
Louis and J. A. C. nines, and all lov
ers of tho national game hope so, for
ut present nobody knows for cer
tain which Is the champion team of
REAL ESTATE IRANSA0TI0NB.
Ent. red for Record Dec. 4, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon,
11, F. Lewis and nf to Myra Angus., D
Plllpo Kumaluu and wf to Mrs Louisa
Race Prizes Al lotted
Now that the walking rncc for
next Sunday In all fixed tip and tho
prizes nllolted, every man Jack In
tho crowd of iciln thinks he has a
thanco to get the bent trophy of the
Tho race proper taken placo on
Sunday, Dec. 19. and tho fat men's
nnd veteran's conls will bo brought
riff nt the snmo time. Tho race on I
Sunday next In only an elimination
me. although prizes arc nlso award
ed for It. All those contestants who SEATS
finish tho distance within the time
limit will bo ellRlblo to compete In
tho big main event mi the follow-
UTTiUc ..m.l.1. have been
rhoirti. nnd n cuod bunch Hip mp-
SilTBUUV I 1 M 11 A I U I II ' inn.
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firjir ill lit', III" I'miiiim1 juum-w ni
Ip C l Chllllngwoilh. W Chilton.
C. O. Ilnrllett. W. F. Drake. MartPr.
.Liit, HeuHv, ilnipr, 0. .1. PoIkhp. mar-
kIiiiI, I. nilen"in. Other official
are rt 'o Ii" chospn,' nnd
motp tlincri nnd one inoie
Moit of tho men hue dune mine
Ir.ilnlnc 1or the rnies nnd one or
two lime ieill) worked hard nnd
pin)-icxprct to put such n paie that I liny
will get nwiiy In the lead right from
the flash of the pistol.
The rain has Interfered n lot with
the training operations of most of
the men; tliere Is not much fun
tramping tllioiigh mud nnd slush for
miles, nnd that fart has pi evented
Mime of the peds from doing all the
I'lclimlnnry work they would liked
to have done.
Yesterday afternoon the commit
tee of the walking raco got together
and decided to allot the numerous
prizes thnt have been so generously
lonnted by the business people as
Veternns Advertiser, six months
subscription to the Advertiser: II.
Hackfcld & Co., box of cigars; Met
ropolitan Meat Co.. a ham.
Ilenvj weights J. E. Sopcr. a O.
M. fountain pen: T. F. McTlghe &
Co., one bottle King's choice whis
ky; W. C. Hergln, box of cigars.
Elimination Race Fltzpatrlck
llros , calabash pine or a box of
Adcllna Pnttl clgnrs; Dick Sulllvnn,
quarter dozen old sherry; Manufac
turers' Shoe Co., pair of shoes:
Honolulu llrewlng A Malting Co.,
two dozen Prlmo; A. S. Robertson,
pocket knife; Dlmond & Co., mcr-
chnndlre order for $:i.OO.
The above prizes will be chosen
In the order In which, the. contest-
ants finish, Tho balance of tho
prizes will go to the mon who com
pete In the final race, and the win
nervwlll take Jack Scully's cup and
first choice of prizes.
Kalihis Win Indoor
L.lnnH ... ,1.a
There wns an exciting ganio"of I
Indoor baseball played at Kallhl i
chapel last night when the Kallhla
defeated the Palamas by a score of
7 to 6.
The usual big crowd of fans at-
tended, and the excitement ran high
at times. The Kallhls started to
score first, and made one In the first
Inning, one more In the sixth, and
followed that up by making two In
the eighth and three In the ninth.
In the meantime 'the I'nlamas had
managed to get five runs together.
but could-do no better, and the
game ended as above stated. Hol
ster and Zerbe did well for the Kall
hls and their attack was strong.
For the Palamas Desha and llrlto
formed the battery, and they cer
tainly did excellent work.
The championship game will bo
plajed off on Saturday woek at Pa.
lama, and n very exciting match Is !
promised, as both teams are out to
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tZ HAVE the
Urge Holiday trade
AMWEMEm c Francisco Hotels Ii
1:30 P. M.
10c, ISc. 25c
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Cor. Nuu.nu andjounohi Street..
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Mnndav. Wedneidnv and Fridav.
Monday and Tuesday.
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Friday and Saturday
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Prices Children, 5 cents; Adults,
10 and 15 cents.
THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 6th & 7th
WAS JUSTICE SERVED!
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Beretania
dXukui St., near Nuuanu. ;
Onin every night excent Monday
and -Thursday. ,
j Good Musio by Kawaihau Glee Club.
.Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
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Bates Very Low.
Alakea Bldg,, Alakea and King sts,
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
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h ultatln nfRn
TWISTED MATTING RUGS, made in
are not expensive, yet they make very desirable
We have imported a specially large
we have in them every year.
We have a fine assortment of BLUE and WHITE
TON RUGS. PRICES VERY LOW.
Geary Street, abore Union Square
Juit opposite Hotrl St. Friincli
European Plan S1.60 a da; up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
I iirs cost $.200,000. HlRh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Centerof theatre,
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ir mon. 7
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