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KVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY. DEC, II, 1909.
The best known and the best midc mill in the West.
When you want a mill that will run easy and Inst long, buy an
Mills and parts carried in stock and for sale by
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DELTOX GRASS RUGS
Will be continued until CHRISTMAS. There arc not a
great mnny left, and at Jl!ic price will never be duplicated.
AMERICAN goods make good seasonable presents for
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Piir,.tvrt cad ltHnp Motritu.
If desired, we will deliver Roods in
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By Snecial Messenger Service,
Without Extra Charge.
N W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Qunlitv. Wines and Liquors.
Order for the Holidays
a case of PRIMOJiEER, so that when friends drop in for
the evening yon 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
every home. , ., -. ," . . . .
ALAKEA & KINO STS.
to, age Wood
Order direct from the
('Brcvycry if you wish, or from
your dealer. If from the
latter be sure to specify
Loal and National I
BY V. I.
Numbers Issue For
Toimnorrow nftet noon's walking TIiIh artcrniwn on the llorotanla
idco along Kolnkaun avenue looms courts tho Wall nip tournament
up ns tlie biggest amateur event , will be started, nnl sonic Interesting
Hint lins been pulled oft here forPlny Is expected between tho men
nine time. All the contestants are! who nre to meet In the preliminary
In the pink of condition, and all of
them feel confident that they can
cover the course well within the
llmo limit, which will qualify them
for tho race proper on tho following liberal handicap. A. L. Castle, T.
Sunday. Richards and Iow are scratch men
As there will bo prizes for the I" the tournnniont, nnd they, . nl
ellmlnntlon race tomorrow, tho though giving tawny somo big starts,
trial resolves Itself Into n regular thould show up well In tho play,
rate, nnd tho finish will probably , R. lllclow, who has returned
bo fought out as keenly ns tho final to town after a stay In tho country,
event a week later. '' entered fur tho Wall cup, and he
Numbers have been allotted to all ' ranked In Class 1 . II. Clark,
the contestants, nnd the calico signs who la alo In Class 1, Is a new
will be pinned both on , tho chests comer to the Islands, nnd Is said to
and backs of tho walkers. Tho
heel nnd toe men should be at tho
Junction of King street and Kala-
Kami avenue at 2 o'clock sharp.
where Marshal Anderson will ladle
out tho numbers and pins.
All of the men who are entered
for the ocnt nre pretty well Bure
of starting In tho race, and tho re-
tult should bo closo enough for an)-
one. Ayrcs nnd Sullivan appear to
bo tho favorites for the race, and
both the men have trained faithfully
-for the event. Dick Sullivan Is Iti
very good condition for the race
and hits treated It almost
ously ns a championship
Tho popular nichard. nithough
Kept Indoors moat of his time, at- "" """ "l "' ",r Bcr,1,c" ",en
wnvs manages to keep In trim, and,'1" oul uni fen '"onKe Geo a
ho Is In the habit of taking long,nK)8t ""citing hinUh should result,
walks nnd Jig Jog runs nearly every A' -Cttof If Hi proper rorm.
day. The man who defeats Dick In ",,,ml, m"k6 ,n I""""11 d'amplon
ih wnlfcln rn win ri.ini. h... extend hliiiBelf. jiittl either Richards
ircn some, nnd then n little mnro.
tvgo some, nnd then a little more
Antono Kaoo, C. K. Chnrlle, Dal
Fuliy, Nigel Jackson nnd Wilson
Feagler, all Marathon runners, will'""" n"i.oii.iii. tournament, re
try what they enn do In tho walking i,lrei1 fr,,m t,,e t'"",CHt owln to a
line, nnd it would surprise nobody jl'orcntemettl .
very much If tho old "Wnlnlua Tenuis Is spiikllng up all mound
Iloiso" shotted' up much better than n,1(1 ,he mf Intoiott Is bolng
u lot of tho experts nt tho heel and ,a,(C" "' UiV I1""0 nl1 uver ,he U"
too business. lands. On Hawaii, along tho Hama-
(lamo little Charlie will have to Mm ,',",B, tlie l'1n"ul" cour nie
make his sturdy legs travel at a kel,t lm"' """' "ft"1100" n'"' oxn
tremendous pnee to make up for fine pluvers are being developed, who
their shortness, while Fahy, who wl" astonish the Honolulu men
. vvlTen they happen to run ncross
I them either hero or .on the big la
Big Tennis Games
Sixteen plnjors have entered for
the event, and they range from
scratch men to those In receipt ot a
.nave piayen a Koo,i deal of tenuis
on the mainland.
- wl" " at 3 o clock shnrp.
Jn "l '"' a "ig crowd or
cpectntora should lie nt the courts
watch tliu matches. The contest-
" arc divided Into three classes,
.-cratch, class 1 and class 'J.
"- 'l cup Is alw.ivs productive
"' K""l tennis, and, Judging from,
l" ""y "" r "o present toiir-
anient, the play will bo ns good as
ever It has been In the past
After all the piellmlnary rounds
are fought out and one man re-
.... us me winner oi ine toiiriin-
"lent, K. S. Gee, thu present holder
of the cup, will si nnd icady to do-
""" '"" """ "' ,,,D """'" onoiuii
or ''r,w w,ml11 Pt'up a
It will bo icmcmhcrcd that Itlch
ards, vvhii was doing well in the un-
Tho iliavvlngs aio as follows: A.
1 1., Castle vs. T. Il'cliards. both
scratcn; J. J. rage, class i, vs. t. u.
n rt u n a b n tt u
seems to go up and down very fnst
In tho one sot, will hnvo to lower
his uitloii a lot to hnvo a chance.
Sam llop all around, sport Is
Inking ii hand in the game, and If
he Is as good at It as ho is at boxing
nnd baseball, he should about get
Into fifteenth plnco. Tho numbers
tho men will walk under are aa fol
lows: William Tlmson, 1; I,. O. Rosa. 2;
Sam Hop, 3; 'Antono Kaoo, 4; Dan
i'ol Kahana, S; M. O. Jardin, 6; II.
M. Ayres, 7i J. N. 'Densham, 8; C.
K. Charlie, 9; William Feagler, 10;
A. F. Mullen, 11; Dick Sullivan, 12;
Hang Chack, 13; O. II. Henderson,
II; Dul Fahy, ID; Nigel Jackson,
K; It. Kalbo: 17; George L. Woltor,
18; Gcorgo Kanaea, 19; W. Mc
Ilockus, class lj A. Itlchards, class
1, vs. W. I,. Whltnoy, class 2; II.
Clark, class 1, vs. Oray, class 2;
Noel Dcrrr, class I, vs. II. 11. Ilooth,
class 2; K. W. Sutton, class 2, vs. It.
I. Illctow, class l; V. V. Low,
scratch, vs. I. J. Kurd, class 2; It.
(1. I!. Turstcr, class 2, vs. C. A.
Frazcr, class 2.
it a it
In Hard Training
Hob l-'ltzslmmotis, determined to
"ninKo good," as ho puis It, has al
ready commenced training at the
National Park, Sydney, for his match
with Hill Lang, champion of Aus
ttalln, nt the Stadium, December 20.
Everything ncccssnry towards a thor
ough preparation has been provided
by Mr. M'Intosh. Fitzsimmons Is
very coqfldcnt that ho will shape up
well enough to bent the best men
In this part of the world today, and
his explanations, reasoning, and d li
pid! s nre convincing. On Wednes
day afternoon, the ex-amateur heavy
weight chnmplon of Austrnlla, Davo
Smith, who recently defeated Jack
Hlackmnre so easily, nnd who Is
matched to meet Arthur Crlpps next
Wednesday night nt the Stadium,
had a lively, rough up with Fitzsim
mons. The bout lasted five rounds,
and while Fitzsimmons did not let
himself go ns freely as It was plain
he could have done, enough was seen
to Indicate thnt thcrq' considerable
vigor In the man ct, nnd he hns not
forgotten his skill.
Fitzsimmons Indulged In n good
deal of training on the voyage to
It has been arranged that Fllzelin
mons shall give an exhibition of In
door training at the Stadium In tho
nenr future; when he will cngngo
five prominent heavyweights In short
bouts one after tho other and do
monstrntc thnt his hand hns not lost
Its cunning, though ho hns been
nvvny from the blacksmith's forgo for
20 )cars, by manufacturing a horse
shoo In the boxing arena.
HISTORIC CAVES IN KAUMANA.
Less than a mile from Hllo, on a
flnu macadamized road, are caves ot
great hlftorlr Interest. During tho
dns of the great chieftain. Maul, they
vverti places of refuge and laor bo-1
ciniii tho burial places of Hnwalhtns cf
iioIh- whose remains muit bo kept
from (We enemy.
On the same road and but a short
llsiance away Is llalnbow or Wala-1 Open ercry night except Monday
nudum Falls, ono of tho prcttlcl and Thursday,
spots on the Island. This Is In i hid .Good Musi" by Kawaihau Olee Club,
den spot to the right of the mad 01 Excellent floor arrangement.
one goes toward Kaumana. It Is a do- Admission 10c, Ladies Free.
Ilahtful walk (ill a road at a four pur J .-. -
cent grade and ns smooth ns a rioor. AtflU. ULU tLUB
Tlio mountains nre always in sight i
and the surrounding country most at. Musio Furnished for All Occasions.
,ntlu'- Bates Very Low.
These are among the attractions of
Hie vnlcnno excursion which leaves ,, . ,. ... . ,,
hoio on New Year's eve. Tho Inter- A,akCa Bldf"" LaiiLniJ!B .st:
Island will send up tho steamer Miiunn
Ken and the faro to the volcano and
return Is to bo twenty-five dollars, F"i
thoso who wish to go only to Hllo the
fare will be fifteen dollnrs for tho
Tlie opening of Hie now Hllo Hotel
promises to be un event worth going
miles to attend. There will be a dauco
given by tho merchants to which tho
excursion party will bo Invited and
thcro will bo somo good races anil
baseball. If proper. Inducements aru
offered tho St. 1-ouls team of cham
pions will go up to play against All
Hawaii. It Is to bo a great trip and
cno worth while.
Bulletin Basiness Office Phone 208.
'Jnlletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
No Baseball Sunday.
Cor. Nuuanu and Pounohi Streets.
"HAPPY JACK WALKER," fun
nv. eccentric comedian, and "MISS
Three Changes a Week.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Monday and .Tuesday.
FATHER AND THE
Wednesday and Thursday
FOOLING THE FOOLISH
Friday and Saturday
THE INSANE WARD
Prices Children, 5, cents; Adults,
10 and 15 cents.
THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
The VLy of Man
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Beretania
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano. Co.
188 Hotel St. Phone 718.
and Rive a
WE HAVE the TWISTED MATTING ItUOS, made in China. These
are not expensive, yet they make very desirable floor coverings in
any house. We have imported a specially large stock for the
lance Holiday trade we have in them every year.
We have a fine assortmsnt ot BLUE and WHITE JAPANESE. COT
TON RUGS. PRICES VERY LOW.
Snaps For Sale
Bungalow and choice lot,
College Hills . . . .$ 3,100.00
Bungalow and let, Kaimu-
ki (just completed). 2,750.00,
Cottage and lot, Liliha
Street . . ..,.
House and lot, Kalihi . . .
Kanoa Valley, tract about
110 acres ....$12,000.00
Manoa Valley, tract about
43 acres . 4,300.00
Corn land, Kamnolc Maui
about 17 acres . 700tfO
Beach homes beyond Diamond
Head. Romanaie location and good
David A. Dowsett
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San Francisco Hotel
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jul! oppoilt. Hold St. FrancU
'European Plan S1.E0 a day up
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Steel and brjck structure, furnish.
Ingscoit $200,000. HlRh class hotel '
atmoderate rates. Ccntcrof theatre
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ferrlngaltoverclty. Omnibus meets'
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booklet with map of San Francisco.
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