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EVnNINO DULLETIN, H0N01.Et.TJ. T. tl , SATUHDAY, DEC. 11, lt6D.
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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Two Games Soccer
This nflcrimuii tho sniccr season
will open In earnest nt fliu league
Kiiniiidn,i mid two Interesting imiica
vlll bo pln)ed. The drat game will
begin nt i o'clock, mill tlic Becond nt
3:1",; both promise to lie good,
open exhibitions of the Association
The weather l Ideal for football
nt iiiosint niul tlicro In colli Biinii
In llio nlr Hint will make Hie phi)
cri buck ii mill lint Mime t?lK-r
Into the. itn.
Tim rimo bctuein the Mnlles mul
Hie II I V will upon the bill, mill
thu roiult should bu a I tally line.
iliiRO tonlcit. Tho lion Works team
leads well on pnpci, mul most or
llio men nro experienced players
who .in he relleil upon to put up u
Fieul uiiiie 'there nre n Tew joiwb
fellows on the It mil, mul Diet, too,
ihnvv great piomlse iih soccer pli)
ra. The Mnlles. who, In the pint,
went n very strung twin, ilo not np-
ear to he ns good this season.
Still, some of the men on the team
mo epurtH nt kicking the bill, nml
the team will sulci) put up a K'""1
The second game between tho
High Sellout anil I'uniiboii looks
open, and It In. h.ml to say how tho
match will go Tho school In a
lot of joiiiir fellows on the elivon,
but the) are all tr)ers fiom away
back, anil m.i) bo depended u ion to
mike the Puns stir thenibelvis.
Taking It altiiRether the coming
football "season IooI.h well, anil the
two opcnliiR Raines would appear to
bo as rooiI us nny that vcie
rrhcdiiled in the past.
The Malles hao won In the pist
throiiRh superior tmm work, and
ns tho other eleven aro now detci
iiiltuil to tr) tho name method, It
ma) bo tint the championship will
bu won by another team this sea-
It n n
Old Time Player
Does Some Kicking
""Til the Sporting lldlttir i"ve
li I n K II it 1 1 e 1 1 ii Dear Sir
Considerable discussion appears In
tho incut press over tho proposed
baseball series between llio St.
' l.ouls team of the IIIr League and
tho J. A. Cs of tho Onliu I.curuo.
Ibo iirlncliilo hitch seems to bo oer
the division of the Rate receipts, or,
to put It more finnkl), tho Krab for
the spoils Ono paper er) prop
erly icniarks on tlib, an both' teams
i liilm to he auiatciir. To conio rlRht
ilon ii to tho facts, Isn't It tho love
of colli lather thin the loo of sport
whli h Is nt tho bottom of It all?
Of cuiiue the pimnoterB of the Oahu
l.ougiio can not bo blamed for wlsh
Iiir n series whli h wouhl undoubted
1) bring them sumo piollt, hut
doesn't It iiiruo iiRalnst tho so-cnll-
ul "niiuiteur" status of the teams
(Oiiieriicd to raise such n loir about
Ilin II u 1 le 1 1 n sins In (Ifect
with tho so-called IIIr I.eaRUC, takes
ti option to this on the ground that
the lllg League ns such Is not ion
ccrned, nor has It been consulted,
tho proposition being mcicl) he
twien the St I,ouls and certain
phi)ers of the Oahu League, If thu
lllg League were back of the series
It Is piobable that enough sports
men could bo found.
Mcsdatnen A. C. Carpenter, A. Arm
strong, M. A. McKcnzle, cTMcKenzle
and child, Alexander Thummel; .Mes
srs. 1'. Drown, .1. .McPherson, 11. Mc
Neil, W. A Carpenter, S. Shannon, J.
Inlne, T Karr, II A. Sllvn, C. Mac
Ketizle, IC. Alexander, A. B. Thummel,
It. northwick, .1. (1, Unttcrshy, .1. II
LcClalre, D. V. Turn, A. Hush, I). CoV
storpkluc, A. Stolfuoskl, T, Nicolas,
It. 11. Grntton, II. Vcrlnder, A Hot
gate, II. Shlptou, It. Tjrell, J. Kpstelii,
J. S. Htchnrdson, F Stewart.
Per Blmr. Mnunn Ken, from Hawaii
and Miuil port. Dec. 11. J Kalaul
nnaolr, A. H. Mahaulu, .1. A. tlnruh,
J. C. Illgglns, Mrs Illgglns, Mrs. l)n
mil, Dr. Putmnn, Mrs. Piitmnn, Mrs
W. T. Schmidt, N. A. Aljoner. Mrs
Aljoner. Geo. C. Hockley, I). McCor
rlston. Miss C. Thrum, Mrs. George
Kluegel and daughter, K. Kcllntr, Mrs.
The iimnteur status of both the Kcllner, Iter. C Ml)akn, Iter S. L. De
Puiiahou and Knniehniuelia teams, j shn. .Mies II. Hapnl, Hobt. Cation, O.
for Instance, Is not doubted. St. J. Gilbert, Oco 11. Robertson, .1 '...
It Is questioned, however, whotli- Adams, Mrs. Adams, II. T. Barclay,
cr the Honolulu public enrcs to see ' E. Pdiker, J. C. Uurgeso, K. Shourer
nnt erlr i.nittnun ion,,, tin,,, ii, hi Mrs Aklnn and child and maid, I. Ta-
IIIr League and one from tho Oahu ' "aka- '" Alu. McKcnzle, M'ln
l.aguc nt this time of the )car. This
Is not the baseball season, mid tho
games should not bo forced on the
public Tho hlstnr) of bnseball In
Hawaii shows that Honolulu will
only stand n llmltnl amount, Ilase
bnlt nil the )ear In too much It Is
killing the game, and the St. Louis
me much to Lo blamed for wishing
to pin) now i:tir)ono knows, for
Install i, that It was a mistake to
phi) an, Dig League hall this )ear.
After the oer-dosc of Santa Clara
mid Kclo the game should hate
listed, ns fnr us the lenRiie Is' con
cmicd, iimil tho pioper season In
I'.UO Plnlng now Is simply
downing the game more than ever,
and the' St. Louis know It. f a
team from the Oahu League claims
It can ikefat any team In tho lllg
League, let them talk and then pull
off the guino In Its proper season. It
would bu belter for nil conceme'l
If foothill of nil kinds would he
pla)(d, as It Is, only during the fall
1 1 n wltile' season, and baseball left
foi the spilng mid summer
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Kato Cornwcll, B. I". Low, K. K. Du
vauchclle. II. T. (llttcl, A. llantonson,
II. Olstnd. Mrs. II. Martin and four
children, II. T. Mills, Itobt. Holburn,
Mrs Holburn and son, J, Ilright, K.
Hunt, Mrs. A. Lldgate, Miss Shore,
E. F. Mosclcy, Jno. Hind, II. I. Dry
ant, Mrs. Drjant, Miss Kudgo, Mrs
(Inlld and daughter, Mrs. Nonnka mid
son Mrs. Anulele Coiirndt, Jno C. Iaine
II. II. Hi nton, II. Watt, Miss J. Hock
ley, Mrs. U, C. Huckloy, C. Ahrens,
No better gift could be found tofiho
imr wife than ono of the Great White
Trost Refrigerators, sold b) tho Covno
riirnlturo Co. nvcry woman would
ho pleased to have one of those refrig
erators In her house and they me tip-
I proprlato as gifts too, because the)
combine the two requisites of n gift,
rnmcl) beaut) mid usefulness.
Tho Omco Supplv Co. Ii'ivo sonic
er useful goods tint will make 'jI
There was a meeting of the Ho
nolulu Yacht Club last night null
uno novel inces were suggested at
It. On December 19 there will bo
a "Start mid Stop" race" that
should lie amusing. On Dee. 26
there will bo a package race, and on
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner Bethel and King Streets
The largest and most exclusive line of ORIENTAL GOODS now
being exhibited in Honolulu are on display here for the
Christmas Trade. This line was personally selected byojjir
buyer while in China.
Sensible Holiday Gifts for Men, Women and Children
A most enjoyable dilico was given
aboard tho transport Thomas In Iwno;
of Captain Daniel Hand, llio geulnl
quartcriunstcr captain, thus celebrat-
tho following Sunday there vHll be Ing his blithday 'anniversary. The
it potato race. There will bo on analr was most elnooratc and enjoy
entrance fee charged1 and tho money able Captain Hand has many friends
letched will be devoted to bit)lng among the people of Honolulu,
prizes for the winner. I it
Saturihi) evening Mr. and Mrs. Aka
na gnvo a beautiful dinner til honoi
of their daughter at their residence
nt Walklkl. Tio table decont'ons
were American Mcaufi) roses with
place cards painted with tho same
How or. Covers wero laid for twelve,
and tin elaborate dinner wus nerved.
Mrs, W. II. tllckard Is sending Invi
tations to friends lo be present at the
mairlago of her datiMi(6i, N't llio Juno,
to Trod V. Wnlkei, WednesiHy, !)
cimber the twcnt)-nlnth, ulnetcui hun
dred nml iiluo .it eight p. m , Honok'.-ia,
Mrs. W, W. Hall and he.- dni'ghtcr
Miss Charlotte, aro lunulas Icvltntlnns
for an afternoon tea to be given at
their homo Thursday aftcniom In hon
or or tho former's daiixUer-tu law,
Mrs. So)mour Hall.
Tho Kllohana 'Art League Is lookiiu
forward to ah Intcicstliig muslculo to
bo Riven nt lltrhop Hall on Tuesdii)
evening, December 28, when will, bo
hoard Homo of Honolulu's llnest till
Per C.-A S. S. Makura, from Van
couver. Dec. 11. Misses D. Sandahl,
Crcelman (2), M. Anderson, J. Hlslop,
V. McCnllum. II. Scott, M. Evans, I.
Vnn Houston, S. Stream. A Cochran,
K Hoogs, 13. I3ggort. II. .McKay, E
Crtll. A (!ado:o. N. 13 Wlso: Mes
dames K Merilam, McLaieu mid two
children, (lermalno Creelmnii, (Ira
ham. Trench, McCnllum, Hciulcisou,
Whltewa) and son, Itasch, Shadbolt,
Ilobron, Van Hoiitcn mid two children,
13. Hergesoii, Cochran, I Love, Knaack
M. Kern, II. Moor. Williams, lluddy,
L. Itoberts, Ironside, F. A. Duller, Wise
Illack, Slngham; Messrs 0. McLaren,
E. E. Iloblns. W. L. aermalno, W. E.
Hnrtlo), II. A. Somers, N. Hobo, Q.
Ilarrlaj, It. Craliam, J, Flanagan, II.
L. Kccnan, 0. II. French, F. A. Illack,
J. It. Cunningham, W. D. McCnllum,
J. Henderson, W. T. Whltoway, D.
lirodlo, A. Nnsch, J. C. Shadbolt, C.
T llrnuli P llnlisnti W .1. Vnn linn.
Hint It Is a pit) there are not enough I ten, Cmhrnu (3), II. Knaack, E. II.
spoilsmen In tho league lo make .Williams, J. 11 Ituildy, 13. S. Ironside,
the nlTalr a go Tho writer, who . E. 8. Wise. W. lliirns, Cnpt. a. F. (Iret-
for mm) )e.irs has been lonucctuj atoii, 11. J. lllngham; Miss M. Drown; cut
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MEN and BOY'S SUITS in the new
est designs at popular prices of ?5
MEN and BOYS' SHIRTS in the
MEN and BOYS' NECKWEAR in
the prettiest line ever displayed in
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MEN and BOY'S HATS in new and
PAJAMAS for men.
MEN and BOY'S UNDERWEAR in
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TRUNKS and SUIT CASES, the
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SANDAL WOOD, embroidered, silk fans.
HAND BAGS, embroidered, only one Of a kind.
ORASS LINEN in all the popular shades.
DRE8S SILKS i.i the newest Oriental effects.
TABLE COVERS in nil shapes and sizes, embroidered in
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CURTAINS in all laiest Parisian effects.
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BUREAU SCARFS. Both in drawn work and embroidery.
SILK SHAWLS in the newest creations.
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS in beautiful designs.
SHIRT WAIST patterns, embroidered on the fronts,
back, sleeves, collars and cuffs. The prettiest goods
ever shown. Only one of a kind.
DRESS PATTERNS in Grass Linen and Pongee Silk,
handsomely embroidered, and only a few in stock.
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DRESS GOODS, plain and fancy.
LINNEN and LAWN, rouge Variety
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RIBBONS plain and fancy in all
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LACES and EMBROIDERIES, all
kinds, in very newest patterns.
HOSIERY, black, tan and white,
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SHIRT WAISTS, the largest var
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CORSET COVERS, embroidered in
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MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, large and
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HANDKERCHIEFS, silks, cotton
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MERCERIZET WAISIIHGS and SKIRTINGS put uo in special Holiday boxes, 3 1-2 yards to the piece,
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The most sensible
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WOMEN and CHILDREN. These lines are'packed six pair in a box at $2.00..
:d. A very sensible Holiday gift.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Corner Bethel and King Streets
Mi. William llaldvvln, inanngor of
tho Haiku rtult and Packing Co. Of
llulkii, Maul, left I'lldny fur home,
Mr. Ilaldw'lii had been stopping nt
the Alotundcr Young Hotel.
Miss Bldonlu l'urtli, daughter ol
Millionaire l'urth of Seattle, Wash.,
Is to bo led to the alter vory shortly
b) Captain Alexander McCoinh Welli
crcll, U. 8. A.
Mrs. Linn of Chicago, and her two
daughters entertained at dinner TIiiuh
hi) livening nt llio Moann hotel, In
honor of Mr. Walter" Dillingham,
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Peary of Mln
ncapnlls will spend tho winter at the
Mrs J. P. Cooke arrived from Iln
wall on tho Claudluc, December thu
LIMINE HEARS OF
HIRE AND WRECK
Keeping In touch dally by wl-elo-.il
on land' and sea tho fifty passeugois
who traveled from San KranctTO to
Honolulu by tho Matson Navlnat!"ii
liner I.urllno wore well acquainted
with nil the Impel hint no happu'i
lugs of tho seven dii)s consumed o,i
Tho I.urllno was an enily arrival
this morning. She came up to her
berth at the Matson wharf ani htr
passengers were ashore before thou
who came by tho Canadian liner Ma
kura hail sighted tho lllshop wharf.
One of the largest shipments of icvt
automobiles to conio down from the
coatt on a Matson liner In mutty
months nrilved by tho Uirllne, Ihu
machines madu lip a portion of, the
Ihreo thousand tons of freight destined
lor this port.
Two steernp.o passengers wero It
eluded In tho'llst for Honolulu.
' Tho weather left much to bo ilosircVl
and tho ship steamed through liivVy
seas with contrary winds during thu
greater portion of tho trip down front
the coast. There was only four head
of mules on board. ,
The vessel Interchanged messajrej
with tho Oceanic steamer Alatnoiln. tba
Matson liner Hllonlan and tho hnwt
Installed apparatus on tho Canadl.it.
Australian steamer Makura. '
' Registrar I.emon ro ports as follova
tho number of deaths from contaglcm
diseases In the district of Honolulu
from November 17 to November 20 i
Typhoid fover 2, tubeiculoals"3; iolnl 6.
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F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing Works,
Gentlemen's Shirts and Collars
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