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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. !!., FRIDAY, DHC. 10, 1909.
The best known and the best made mill in the West.
When you want a mill that will run easy and last long, buy an
Mills and parts carried in stock and for sale by
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.'S
DELTOX GRASS RUGS
Will be continued until CHRISTMAS. There are not a
great many left, and at the price will never be duplicated.
AMERICAN goods make good seasonable presents for
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Forr.itnre end Piano Marina.
If desired, we will deliver goods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Messenger Service.
Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and Lie
Order for the. Holidays
a case of.FRIMO J3KER, 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
arc just right with a cold glass of beer, and should be served in
every home. ' '
ALAKEA & KINO STS.
I I Lal and National
BY V. L.
Wall Cup Tennis
Untiles will close Hi In evening fur
lliu Wall cup tennis tournament, nnd
in nil n I Jim t twenty names are ex
pected tu lie handed In before the
lint closca. The Wall cup handicap
In an attractive event, and has In
I lie paHt alwayt) provided some really
good play before the final was de
cided. (Ice, who nt present holds the jp,
nuty be called
iilm to defend the getting there to see the champion
the winner of the ship go Is already figuring on how
preliminary and final rounds desire
to challenge the present holder. Sun Francisco would hnve been an
The cup will be played for on the easy matter for most people, and the
llaretanla courts, nnd the usual big over-sea contingent from Australia
ciowd of tennis enthusiasts Is ex- nml New Zealand could have nrrnng
pected to gather around the club ed things to Biilt themselves. As
house. Quite number of men are it Is now the Bportlng bunch will
practicing every nfrcrnoon ,now-a- surely be around the ring Bide nt
dnjs, and the form shown by some Salt Lake City, but they will have
ol them is first class. The player had a strenuous time making con
who gets right through to the final nectlons and arranging for nccommo
wlthout being defeated and then goes datlons In advance,
up ognlnst (lee should make the Every day on the mainland ex
chnmplon play his very best In order perls are arguing the possibilities of
It 8 H
A'l In Readiness
For Walking Race
llert Dower und Charlie Lynch,
have been selected to act as Judges
at the finish of the Kaiakaua walk-
Ing race, which Is to take place on
Sunday afternoon. The other offi
cials are as follows: Course Judges,
U. V, Chtlllngworth, C. O. Uarllett,
Will Chilton. W. V. Drake and'jack
Scully. The timers will be G. J.
Ilolsse, W. McTlghe and P. M. Me
diation. John Anderson will be mar
shal, nn n good man for the Job he
It has been decided to start the
race at 2:30 o'clock Instead of the
earlier hour thin was at first suggest
od. The chango h n.ueh foi'the lettcr.'rcu,: hatli: (hV hope of thJ whites
and many people who would not have
liUillVIVU iu K(j iu mt rucu JUBl UUUUV
lothered to go to the race Just about
their lunch hour will turn out hap
py and contented to see the peds at
The Hawaiian band will play se
lections' opposite the Walklkl Inn,
and that well'known resort will
probably be crowded with specta
tors all the ufternoon. All the heel
i.nd toe men are In training for the
event, nnd a good race seems a cer-
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Settled For Fight
Now that the date, place and
purse for the fight of centuries have
all been settled. Interest will. If pos
sible, become more iee:i In the Jeffries-Johnson
fight than ever In the
Salt Lake City having been chosen
as the place where the great battle
Is to take place on JiUly 4 next ear,
everyone who has any chance of
the trlu Is to be made,
Mho fight, and the opinions seem to
bo so varied that It gives a man u
headache when he tries to boll down
the different predictions of the const
followers of the game.
The coming- scrap will be the
most sensational that has ever been
nulled off with gloves. It is a caso
r u I'oimlar white champion going,
up against, to say the least, a dls
liked black man. Johnson hns made
no friends during his latter-day con
tests, mid he appears to be universal
ly detested everywhere.
However, his golden smite will not
be In evidence so much during liU
go with Jeff, and that yellow streak
that well-informed people say he Is
marked with will show up before
muny rounds are fought.
Jeffries, from all accounts. Is' get
ting fit and reducing weight gradu
ally. With six months to get fit In
.1111 wnrkttlfr .tha i.lnut thrjta mnnlhi
B,,ouW alep ,nU) tho rng Mi ,o fln
l.h nM ffan. fnk.. tMi ...ll.
I'll Ull JIIIOIUII ilUIIIIBUII. UVIIIICB Will
never be the same as he was, but he
should be able to get Into good
enough condition for the big colored
Opening of Soccer
Tomorrow ufternoon ut the league
gi omnia the soccer Beason will start
'in earnest, and two fine games nre
kVhcdnletl Jfor discussion. The
Muiles will go up against the Hono
lulu Iron Woiks and the Punahous
will play the High School.
All the pluyers have been practic
ing faithfully for the series, and
soiuo really good foim Is being shown
by most of the men. The Malles are
almost us strong as ever they were,
and they seem to loom up very big
on the soccer horizon Just at pres
ent. The boyB who hustle around
among Iron and steel ut the II. I. V.
have a fine soccer team, und they
tro determined to hand the lemon
to the rest of the bunch before the
season Is pan.
Then the Punahous and ' High
School teams have to be taken Into
consideration, and they certainly are
golngto play soccer that It will be
well worth traveling miles to see.
jThe double header idea for soccer Is
a good one, and It will be ii) treat
to be able to watch two good games
ivery Saturday afternoon for the
(text couple of months.
Since the visit of the Iledford to
this port, Interest In1 soccer has
grown a lot, und the fine game put
up by the Ilrltish sailors has had a
lot to do with It.
Tho first game tomorrow will
start at 2 o'clock, and the second at
3:1G. )y that time there should be
a big bunch of fans lining the field
luck v-uiien uocs
On The Makura
Dick Cullen, tho lightweight box
er who wrested the championship of,
the Hawaiian Islands from Charllo'
Keilly, leaves today on tho Makura
for Australia. Cullon, has, by his
quiet, gentlemanly ways, and his
clean, rulr boxing, made hlinseir a
great fuvorltu with the Honolulu
spoils, He may be assured of a
welcome to Aloliu Land any time ho
likes to leturn to Hawaii.
Hawaii lias been fulily fortunate
In the class'of boxers who hnve vis
ited our shoivs, und with one or
two exceptions they have all been
decent young follows, Dick Culleu
ranks In the first class with the best
10 SHOW HAWAII'S
PROMOTION COMMITTEE WOULD
LIKE TO HEAR FROM THE
PEOPLE REGARDING THE
At a meeting of the Promotion Com
initteo held )csterday nflenmon ilie
advisability of placing on display, hen
In Honolulu, the Hawaii exhibit recent
ly Rhnwn at Seattle, was discussed.
No nnal(declslon was arrived at on ac
count of the shortness of funds at the
disposal of the committee.
A most suitable place for such an
exhibit would be. In one of the empty
stores In the Young building, but a
rental of $lfi0 per month seemed to be
The committee Is under the Impres
sion that the Honolulu public would
very much like to see the exhibit
placed In this city for a llmo at least
and, with this In view they would like
to hear suggestions from the people
on the matter.
CASTOR I A
For, Infants tnd CklMran.
rhi M You Havi Always Buffet
PAPKETE. Tahiti, Nov. If.. (Via
Snn Francisco). This place experi
enced Its first strike when the dock
lnbortts refused to discharge ..and
load the steamer Mariposa, when she
was here in September, nnd it was
only by securing the services of a
gang of women at 'the Inst minute
that the liner got away on time.
The strike still continues In spite of
the Importation of new men, who
Join the strikers as soon as they ar
rive. The strike was brought about by
the Increase In the cost of living
here, which In turn was caused by
a change In the local currency. Chi
lean currency, which hoB been the
medium of exchange here, has been
thrown out of circulation by un edict
from the Chinese dealers, who re
fuse longer to accept It. Thus at one
blow a change In the currency sys
tem that the government has at
tempted to Institute for GQ years was
WII.IiS At Pnhala. Kan, Hawaii. Dec.
.1. 1909,. Mrs. Thomas A. I.. Wills,
Mrs. Wills leaves three chlldien,
eighteen grand-children and four great
grandchildren. Clarence M. Cooke has tendered his
resignation ns chairman of the Onhu
Hoard of License Commissioners. lie
Ing n stockholder and a director In thu
Inter-Inland Steam Navigation Co.,
Mr. Cooke believes Hint he is disquali
fied to hold the position In the licence
borftd from tho fact that all of the U'h-
rels of the Inter-island fleet are equip
ped Vith bars where liquor Is sold.
of the lads, and nil those who know
him wish him good luck down
among the sportiest bunch on earth.
Cullen will probably visit Jjydney
t.nd Melbourne and then proceed to
Perth, Western Australia. The cap
ital of South Australia, Adelaide, Is
the limit ns far as sport goes, and
it Is generally alluded to ob the
city of churches. The Adelaide peo
ple would drop 'dead If such a thing
as n boxing contest was suggested In
their midst, and as for horse racing
forget it. Cullen will not trouble
to drop Into Adelaide, and he vcon't
nilHH much hy not doing so.- Aloha,
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