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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, DEC. II. 1909.
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The best known riiJ the lest nrdt mill in the West.
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Mills and parts c&rrkd in stoo'; and for sale by
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HONOLULU WIRE BED COS
DELTOX GRASS RUGS
Will be continued until CHRISTMAS. There are not a
great mnny left, and at the price will never be duplicated.
AMERICAN goods make good seasonable presents for
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Fiiriittnrr tnri IMnno Movi-itf.
If desired, we will deliver Roods in
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ALAKEA & KINO STS.
A case of good beer is a pretty good
thing to have in the house during the
Friends drop Jn during the evening,
and a glass of beer with some dainty
sandwiches or a Welsh rarebit is a very
important feature of the evening's en
joyment. You can order 'direct from the
Brewery or from your dealer. If from
the latter, . be sure to specify Primo
13eer, as it is very light,, ani is, brewed
specially-for tnis climate. io
The Jfreer That's Jrewed
To cuit The Chmole
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
Of:en On Coast
Slure 1900, the jour the Anierl-
inn l.i'iiKiif kihi'IicI out unit entered
1 1 In. huI ittnitltiir In divide the nil-
v, . .. -. t - --n - --
limine wl.ii the National League,
, uiles Hi fiist p'neo In 1901. 1902.
l!)0;i and 1909. Mack won the
.(hamplrnshlp with his Quakers In
,1902 and 190.".. Ilosldes, both
Clmke mill Muck liuve generally liud
.contcnileids In bucIi campaigns as
they failed to llnlsh on top.
Aside fioni Hack and MvAlcer, und
now the latter chnnrtes cities, there
,lr.irt mothlng like an old einploee
,m the Job In the American League.
Jnrlc O Connor, Hugh Duffy and
"Patsy" Donovan start next season
In St. Louts, Chicago and Hoston, re
spectively. McOuIre succeeded Im
Jolo In Cleveland In August, Stal
llngs stnrted ill New York last
kprlng'. Jennings has had three
c:irH In Detroit. Mack lins operat
ed clear through since 1900 In Phil
adelphia. Han Johnson gave Me
Alecr a Job In 1902. Tho Youngs
town haberdasher stays In the baby
body. However, the 1910 season
will find him In another town
,...: I.v, n.annge-, In tho big atena ,M cfinilel matches vein to tlu "n ' " ,'"L;.J' -" , n!"e """
IOU l imiw.1 - ltol.1 on to their ,!,,. by tweets straight In eu.y 'I'Mng together a lot and they will
:.., Thev :., K.e.t C. Clarke of c,fcl, , fur ll Ihe lorn. .anient eu-.y '" ' r "Wl ".in.i and su -
lie lllt:iune Urates mid "Connie" llutcll I,., bad in "suddci. deal!." at "' P''1,. h '',e '"7,' J?" ')"
....... .., i 1..1..1.1. jh.i...iu ..... ... :tt.U.. .. .. .i... i . hut m-tl.es a big dlffcrenrn. at-
.."..". " I""" - lll,l,l1.V-r,,lre,n ..., ..-.. ,.,.. ... 10 ,,ilinlnI, .,.
T lieii-'H il lessen ror llie long servire turod one set. t i ... n .. . . .
In ia.-h im. Clarke landed his PI- Yesterday terr a.,1 Hletow had I ""."'' "TO ""'I Ka'."'' h"
These constant switches show U'"'U81 '"! '"" ''"B "e.
conclusively that the bankroll gents Then CUrk nd Gray met ami the
In the. American League are not totm" had not much difficulty In tak
uitlsfled with the article of ball their "' ,ho ivo" elH "raKht. K-2. CI.
managers nre giving them, and that Clark, who is a new arrival It piny,
despite the fact thot profits have 'B " "" m. and ho stands n good
been big. The successful business chance of getting Into tho final and
doesn't make changes, particularly w' B closa-lo winning the cup;
with tho heads of Its departments.! Captain Low beat Korstcr 6-2, -2.
The American League magnates are and the winner played good tenn.h,
ronstuntly making changes. Thnt "l servo Is niiawkward one to take
should show that tho strength has. and his cross court shots are very
not beenwhat It should bo In the good at times,,'
play. One new, manager came last' This nfteraobnathe tournament wl'l
spring, and another was Installed be continued md besldemDeerr and
In the fag end of the campaign. Hletow. finishing their match, the nioir
Next spring there will be three new .who won .yesterday will playthe win
bosses, possibly four, ns Han Jphn-1 ncrs of the flrst round played laU Sai
son has threatened to rnlse a hulla- j urdayr Thero should be some flno ten
bnloo and discharge somebody for j ills If Castle nnd Clark meet, and
that signal-stealing gag the Tigers Uockus, In his piesvnt form, will mnke
exposed the last time they played 'any of the bunch stir themselves.
New York. I , ,At 3:30 this nftornoon Hletow and
a a a -JDeerr will flnlsh their match and trie
All of 10. S. Gee's friends will be j winner will play Captain Uiw right
glad to hear that he will probably away. At 4 o'clock Docl'.us will play
in the near future bo ranked ns an
B:ckus Shows Fine
Cup. Tennis Form
On tha noivtnnu courts je-tcrdiiy
.& .,, ,. (
.iftei'iioon lligjjW.ill ciii iiiirnnricut I
was cinitlniiedfand thie-full matcho
UO (.iriuilliivuu iii iiiiw ! Mtnivu
tI, a,t 0r u lJunli were iiluyo.1. 1
Lu;(. go for utie tu.up cte tot and pa.l
uf - ii mmjiM tiMi Vm lu eigiu all with,
( ,.!, deluded. 'Ilio llrst set was
tt0n by Ueerr f 4 but In the second
1(mr ltn, tlv ell. six all, und. finally,
lelI )t WB' Mliiost too dark to sue
t,gll, ,, wa Lllcd. and the gamu
n, t(l ,(. nu':indimM.
',,,,,,, lin,t :tclud pm up a tin exhl-
b(m ()f i,,,, (1rB ,l;r ,lutt,
wlcn w f(,urfllt , , u bltu.r
end. In the first set Pago had five
games to Dock us', tno; the latter how.
tver. never' knows when he ls beaten,
and pullltiR'htniself together In great
style, took,, the next five games
straight and the set "". It was a
wonderful recovery and tlockus played
ns well yesterday us ever he did in
Tho second set was not so strenu
ous, ns Uockus. playing In excellent
term, took It C-3. The play was good
by both men but Uockus was not to
be denied and forcing the game, mado
Castle, nnd the latter match promises
j to be the most exciting of the tournn
It It It
Nasty Rumors About
All sorts ot rumors nro In tho air
with regards to tha way In which Ilia
I right to bring off tho Jeffrlc-J'ihn.'Mi
contest were obtained by the snercat-
fill bidders who offered $101,000 and
two-thirds of tho moving picture rlgliln
Some of the mainland paors go so
far as to state that there Is some doubl
! whether the boxers will ever get the
! big sum mentioned and that enormous
amount Is mom or less of an ndvi
Ono writer sa s that two sets of art
icles were signed ono for publication
end another for privato use. Sporting
men consider that Tom McCarey, who
offered $110,000 and half the moving
Picture rights, was double-crossed by
Jeffries, whoso managor threw the bid
cut on account of McCarey competing
with Jeffries in tho light game two
years ago in Cnllfornla.
Six learned physicians who arc said
to have held a sort of an Inquest un
Joffrlcs and'Johnson, reported that the
white man wr.s In for a terrible beat
ing from the negro and that Jen could
rover got Into any kind of form again,
i His breathing was likened to a broken.
winded horse at Its worst stage.
Hart, the Princeton halfback who
went to Prnceton ns the New Eng
land schoolboy champion shotputter,
wears the strangest head protection
jof any player ot the season. An Im
intense air cushioned helmet rests on
'top ot his head, being supported
' from his shoulders by a heavily pad
ded steel rod running along tho
back of his neck, and the lower por
tion ot tho support forking and be
ing strapped about his ' shoulders.
Halt Is said to have a weak neck,
but tho support Is so strong that the
I Princeton coaches and trainer say
. ho Is taking no chances when he
wenis his bizarre armor that makes
his head look twice Its natural size.
! Standing behind Hurt his head ap
pears to be only u few Inches less
wide than the stiong uiuu'h massive
J. A. C.s vs. Jewels
As nnnounced In the II u I I e t I n
Inst week, the series of Ave games
between the .1. A. C.h nnil the Din
inonil Heads will start on Sunday
next nt tha Athletic Park. A. C.
Mnrcnlllno will manage the series,
mill he should make good In the po
sition of "Hoss."
The first game will start nt .1:31)
o'clock, and the series will he con
tinned every Sunday at the snino
time till pan. Thero will be n pre
liminary game between the Japan
ese and Chinese teams every Sun
day, mid as some of the younger Cor. Nuuanu and Pounohl Streets.
.pin) cm of the Bmallcr leagues nre
lmnrnliir wonderfully, il me mind
,..i,ii,m,w i.,mM i. i.iv..h.
- .- " .
Ah regards the chances of tho l.
a- us winning from me Diamond
Heads, It Is hard to say what will
A scries of games between the St.
Uiuls nnd J. A. C s would have
pifved which leum is the champion
of the Island, whereas tho coming
lot of games will prove nothing
much, but still will give n line an
the comparative strength of the
Oabu nnd Honolulu leagues.
The Diamond Heads have gath-
eicd in (Illison, the Marine pitcher,
end he will nsslst Leslie. It seems
strange to tee Qlbson, who Is an
Oahu League man, Joining the
lunks of the Diamond Heads, and It
will ruther rob the series of Interest,
us. If Gibson Is used much ns a
twlrler und the D, II. s win nut, ev
eryone will at once sav that the
Marlne-Oahu man gave the victory
to the Jewels,
Final Walking Race
It has been decided to start the
walking rnce next Sunday at 1:3(1
o'clock sharp, and that will enable
ull the baseball fans to see both the
peds nnd ball players at work,
llcsldes the main event there are
two other races- one for fat men
and one for veterans. Entries for
tho latter events may be mado be
fore Friday night to, th- sporting
editor of the morning paper. ', The
three races promise to, provide good
sport, and, as the police will be on
the qui vlve next -Sunday, nothing
should spoil the events.
There are some hue prizes to be
won, and no doubt Sullivan wilt
have to walk even faster than he
did Inst Sunday In order to win,
Ayres will be on the Job from the
word go, nnd he will Improve a loi
on his time of Jnst week. He walks
In great style and can be relied
upon to put up n great struggle
ignlnst the rest of tho bunch.
Feagler will do well, 'too, and
taking It all around the race shbuld
be muli closer than that of Sun
n a a
Tonight at the Palama gymnasium
at 7:30 o'clock' the Indoor baseball
chnmplonshlp will be Nplayed be
tween me Pnlamns and the Kallhls.
Tho line-ups will he as follows; Ka
llhls Zerbe, E. Cannon, Morse,
Rice, Holster. K. Rice, B. Colburn.
L, Allen, I.. Marino. Palnmm,
llrlto, Will Deshn. J. Joslnh. A.
Akann, D. Hoaplll. Kd Hamauku, S.
Saffrey, I). Deshn, V. Hoopal, Matt-
0. Q. TEE HOP ft 00.
IHTPPER3 tad FAMILY
any house. We have imported a specially large stock for the
large Holiday trade we have in -them every year.
We have a fine assortment of BLUE and WHITE JAPANESE COT
TON RUGS. PRICES VERY LOW.
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.
177 S. King Street. . . Near Alakea.
1 No Baseball Sunday.
uuniiv mw miTirfT)'' f.. I
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nv. eccemric comcaiun,
Monday and Tuesday
"THE H0N0LUU FLIRT"
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Friday and Saturday
THE MESSENGER BOX
Prices Children. 5 cents: Adults.
10 and IS cents.
THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
Washington Undes tie
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Beretania
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open evcrv nieht excent Mondav
Good Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
.Excellent floor arransrement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
ACME GLEE CLUB
Music Furnished for All Occasions.
nates Very Low.
Alakea Bldg., Alakea and King sts.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel St. Phone 718.
Vm Biff Q for unaatir.
IrriUtloni or ulnrklloni
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14 b PrinUtbi
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Delivered to residences
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hundred in 10-lb. lot
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E HAVE the TWISTED MATTING RUGS, made
are not expensive, yet they make very desirable
Snaps For Sale
Bungalow and choice lot,
College Hills . . . S 3,100.00
.Bungalow and lot, Kaimu
i ki (just completed) 2,750.00
Cottage and lot, Liliha
Street .... 1,700.00
Houte and lot, Knlihi . . . 2,700.00
Manca Valley, tract about
110 nctes $12,000.00
Mnnoa Valley, tract about
43 acies ...
Corn land, Kamaolc Maui
about 17 acres .
Beach hcircs bfyond
Head, Romanaie location and
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