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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 13, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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.t.ETIN. H0N0U1MJ, T. II., MONDAY, 1)EC. 13, 1008. ' ) ' N ," ,! ' -
From the famous CORDOVA SHOP. They arc nmile intoiCard Cases, Cigarette Cases, Fhoto Frames, Blotter
Holders, Bcok Backs, Waste Paper Baskets, Pillows, Etc. The quality k exquisite and the design in every
The leather is exclusively vegetable tanned stock, stained entireh by a vegetable nroccss; a secret of
this shop, by which means only are the-exquisite shades and colors made imretviocs to light, shade or rain.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
FORT BELOW KING STREET.
For Thhr Climate
mm jolw Est p j.iT!kJShIB'
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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Two Good Soccer
Tliore were two Rood g.uin-s of mr
tor out nt tho Icasuo srouiuls on Kat
unliiy afu-rnoan ami the trMiltR "o
t tint tlio Millie dcfentiM (lie Iron
Voikn by a score of 3 to nil, nntl tin'
l'uu.ilioiis beat tlio High School 2 to 1
Until KuniPit wore wi'll worth watch
Inu, smil the (xcltiMiii'iil an IiiIimmc
'Mhi'ii In Ihu M'coml KJtno SliiK CiltiiM
iiiniiani'il to M'orc n Konl for tho I'iiti
ticxiti at hi last iiomoit mill tints
iiMihl n t!u.
Tho MiiIIch worn rooiI nml Mullen, :i
row comer wlm 1 1 1 a c 1 1 li.uk fur theiu,
dlil kooiI work. Ho In n cool mil (:!
Ii'ctvil jilnyer nml iiIwuvb xt-onix'tn u.!
In the rlsht place at tho proper mo
ment. "Khlilo" ChlllliiRworth p!u)eill
his usual brilliant game nml showed
what kind of mi ntlround Kood nrm
lie In. Macronel for tlio 1'illis did well
nl'-o. and ho mid ChlllluKnnrth nro
well woilh FeelliK on any Held.
Hob An.lerson was xafe In lilx osl
lion mid IIicicuur not niuvli rhanee of
the ball KCttiliK past him. .McCill wa
phowliiK tine form mid xared many n
certain xcure. K.illpy nlxo did remark
able work for his slilo nml McNIcol
scored the first goal fur tho Malles.
.McNIcol attain bcnrvil In the tecuml'
half, nml then jubI befnr'rt time. Tied
Ilalluy shot ,to Harry Ilalley, who
seoied thu thltd and final itoal. The
lion Works boys did well all thliiRS
(((iisidered. mid nt uno time It looked
ns If tliry would score for u cei taint).
Ilowover, tho Malles' defense was too
Food ii ii it they win as aboc stated.
'Iho llne-ujis were:
IIIkIi School It. Chllllmtworth c;
lllcmmi, rf.; J. Claik, ir ; Kelh-tt rh :
II. Chllllngworth, ch : I'unlu lh.; Ay
lett or.; Monsarrat, lr.; I'lendo, cf.;
BIiik I loon, II ; Mnrcilllnn. ol
I'niiahoii I'aty, b.; Oiay. rf.; .Jam-
Ipkoii. If.; llroilerlc, rh.: Farmer Clark
ch.; Mnconncl, lh.; Jock Cnttun, or.:
Sinclair, lr ; Sins Chonit. cf.: J. II.
Walker, II.; Mncnulay, ol.
Malles Bob Anderson, r.j McQIll
rf.; Mullen, If; II. Andrews. It, II.:
1). Center, ch.; Zlegler lh ; A. N. Oth
r. or.; DwIrIU. lr.; McNIcol cf.; H.
Ilalley, II.; K. Ualley, ol.
,Iron Worku Mcdelros, k.! McDoiis-
. nl, rf.; Kculn, If.; .1. Kiillnaiehii ih.;
Schleher, ch ; Ilerliu; Hi ; liolstcr, or.:
Wyllo. lr-: Klenimo, cf.; Kninaloplll,
II.; Akana, ol.
Includud In the lint of passen
Rfia booked for San I'ranclsco by
the Q:ean1c Steamship Alameda
fcdirduled to sail for the coast on
Uec. 22 nro J. R. I'.irls, Mrs. C. J.
Hoblnson, Mis. N, A. Weeks Mr. and
Mrs. Haas, and A. S. Stlmson.
Jockey Tells How
Big Race Was Won
1'iobahly one of the must unconcern- j
ed lookhiK poison 3 nt tho conclusion of
the Kicnt race for the Melbourne Cup i
was tho wlmilii!? Jockey. Wlllfani Hen-1
M'l..ichlcn, as ho rode hi steed up to
tho nelithltiK machine snys mi Kx
chmiKC. Ilu Bravely doffed hlu black
cap III acknowledgment of Iho eiond's
ciiiisratlilalliini. T lieu he hopped ort
his mount, lole.ised the Klrth strap of
tilu Dtt.lillfi ulvittiir I It. i, l,I lin-llltu lit. its lilu
ti tr rimiiiv n ttit mi; nui i i'n uin ,
in tu KnM mi nrTectloii.ite 1 at to 1'iluco
I'oiilf. una wiiikciI in ino veiKNiiiK
"It's the fllBt time I've ridden I'rluce
Koote," he said. "He's i tine horse
but a lazy be&ar. I couldn't Ret him
to shift for n jonK time. I began to Ret
uiiNlnus. I Rot nwny pretty well, but
nii ran ImiiRlnu I couldn't too much
i linnet) by the tlmo wo reached the
turn nonrlhu saddling paddock, vlioii 1
tell .miii I was IIiik lomewheic neai
last, theie was plenty of hmiiplnR. nml
1 Rot knocked back, but I didn't Rive
up hope. 1 started to make up Rrouuit
near the jlwr iiIoiik tho back stretch
I looked for a position, but trj how
I could to R-iln n kaid or wo Prince
Tooto wouldn't answer to tho npur. 1
know now- that it was only laziness.
Then ho brightened up n bit, mid I ln
pioved my losltlnn. One by one I Ih
Ran to outIkuiI tho others, until Just
before turnliiR Into tho straight, iibout
six furloiiRs fioni home, I foimd my
self lu the first elRht. I spotted Aber
deen, Alawa nml Trafalgar, almost
ahead, mid 1 decided to watch them.
"No I can't sey who tho others
weie. 1 was on the outside then, mid
It wns Just ns well. If I had been In
side I would Ime been btmiied and
would havij never Rot out. Then I saw
my chance, and I illiln't waste any time
I cm toll nu. It was tho ildo of my
life, .lust after tho turn Into tho
fctralRht I still had u bunch In front of
me. Alawa nml TiafnlRar must have
been six leughts ahead. Off I went on
the outside nml about tluee furlongs
from the post I Rot out the whip.
You'd hao thought Pilnce Poote was
another hoi so. As soon ns I touched
him ho shot out. Ho wmt past Alawa
anil Tiafalgiir like n flutrh. Ho answer
ed beautifully. Why. ho never start
ed to gallop until I used Iho whip. A
furlong from homo I could see It was
my inco. I don't remember iinythltig
clso except that stretch of course be
tween mo and the winning post. The
crowd went past me In a flash, nnd
then I finished. Yes, a groat race. Hoe
a beauty to ro when he likes; one of
tho earnest horses I luno cer tidden
In my life."
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83 Merchant St.
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TABLISHMENf EVERY DAY.
FANCY CONTAINERS FOR CHRISTMAS CANDIES.
TREE ORNAMENTS, ETC., ETC.
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Prepared especially for this .
climate, because the climate re- ,
quires a special paint.
ARMORITE PAINT resists .
the effects of salt air. It is the ,
only paint that does this per
If you contemplate painting
your house inside or out TRY
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!-. . . ,
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In order to make Christmas buyirnr easy at our store,
the recipient of any pair of shoes can change thcin after
Christmas should the size of the shoes received be incor.
Donl forget that YOU need a new pair of Rcgals for
Christmas. At this time of jear you should look your
smartest and that means" you must have a brand new
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Our new Regals nproduce the latest custom styles
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insure custom fit and comfort.
Come in and look over these smart shoes nt
$3.50 $4.00 and $5.00
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REGAL SHOE STORE,
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Is the only visible proof of a good negative.
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And Cheaper This Year Than Ever
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Etc., Eto. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Xade To
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j'E'vening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets. Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock, Kilohana Art League,
under, the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished" by Otto
Burmester at WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 201.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183.