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KVENTNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,' T. 11., FRIDAY, DEC. 17. 1909.
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A case of good beer
thing to have in the
Friends drop in
and a class of beer
sandwiches or a Welsh rarebit is a, very
important feature of the evening's en
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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
rtnal Play in Wall Soccer Football
Cup Tennis Today i Games Tomorrow
Thin afternoon at half aat three on ' Tomorrow afternoon the soccer
tho Ueri'lnnm courts Captain Low and finmes will, be continued nml there
.,,... ...hi ..i.. r. .i. n..i .. will be two exhibitions of how to
A. I.. Cnstlo will play for the final or , ,. . . ,,. , .
' , , . play football without usng the
the Wall cup. Tho match promises to ,,,, T))e nnl gamo w ,)e uc.
ho a very exciting one. and there tween the Mallcs and High School,
i.hould bo a grand oxhlbltlon of tennis lund It will start at 2 o'clock, It
Klvun beforo the winner Is declared, should prove to bo n Rood open game
, ,,i. , ... i Li. Inlthough the Mallcs would appear to
lAivt h playing In lino form and his . ", .. ,,, ... ., ,, ,...,,..
eil, tho ball, after leaving his racquet.) '' . ... . ... ,.
lie n Rood run Tor the honor of meet- e ,,,Bh ?cho1' . ',' a , Saturday
Inn (lee there was too much Individual play
A. U Castle, who as an
Fport, Is well known all over the ter
held the championship of tho
lalamls last year, and the manner In
which he won It showed the undoubt
ed skill he possesses.
There are ninny eople who consid
er Castle, fit and well, about the lyst
tennis player In Hawaii, and he must
bo Riven a great chance In the match
n-oln-t I nil- tn.lnv nl.il nl.n In ll.o
challenRe match against (lee on Sat-
urday-that Is If Castle wins this nf-
TV,n,n'..,. nf.rnnn tl.n ttlnnr ..I
tho Castle-I.ow match will tackle B. ri.
Gou for the possession of the Wall
cup. which at present, reposes on Qco's
Kldnhonr.1. Tim nrcsoiit l.nt.lor of iI.p
cup, has won It once, and tho only oth
er man to put his name on the tropin
Is W. I Warren, who won It twice.
Warren, who Is awny on the main
land nt present, may not return to Ha
waii, nml in that case It would ap)ear
to bo hard luck for him that ho did not """0"w; a,nd "" ,he i""1 -mnnago
to win once more beforo ho 1ucs,c'l be on the ground well
left the Territory. The cup must boja1hen,l,-of 2 'lck. Last Saturday
won threo times before It becomes the1 "," l'ln-vcr howed that they were
absolute property of any man. Unless n" '" K00"1 fo"7"' u,ili u"t e cl,",s
Castlo or Low can wrest the honors r '""'ball they played woavery fair,
from Oee It would appear as If the la-T,l,e lmb,,c "hould turn out and see
ter has a mortgage on the trophy. !Ule "'" "l worlt unt encourage
The present Wall cup tournament Is them "' " real -Rpod branch of sort.
attiactlng n lot of attention, and the - ""
courts have 'been visited by big t4--!.iJMT'f rWfl
crowds of followers of tho Rame. llut eCl dHO X OC MCI?
tho iargest hunch will turn out tomor- T ( j f ' jt.t
row when tho chnllenge match wlllbq in VJOOQ OnQlltOn
pla)'od between Oee and tho winner of '
today's event. There Is one thing certain, and
Tho next tennis event of any import- ,llnt ,, tnat tie walking race on
nnco will bo tho annual Inter-club . , , , . ,, , ... .,.
match between the Doretanla and Pa-rSl""lu Ik ,,nt B"lnK to be 8Uch "
ride clubs. Some line tennis should one-man uffnlr as lust week, when
he plnyed this year as tho members of iullvan won so easily. This time
both n.snrl.itlnna imvo hn.i .mn nn Kaoo, Ayres and Feaglcr will do
is a pretty good
house during the
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allrniinit."!" "' ram TUI Dllunil
I by all the elevens, and the'conBe-
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M.i.j (.uuu ,ui viiv ..pciuiiK ui a
season, was not as good as shown by
the Malles at. the beginning of the
The second gnme tomorrow will
between thol'unahous and Honolulu
Iron Works, and It, too, should be a
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""" '" """ "1-nlBBIIlg UUU rUU-
J)1" - , ,Tn,e ,,un ' tht High
Jh?' , " ' ""I1 nUhoUBh U,e
II. I. W. team was defeated by the
MallcS, th bd hard lUCk In OS
much as they looked certain to scoro
Feveral tlmeB, but something always
hnm,e"c'' ' h critical moment.
"owever, tomorrow the In
Works boys will give tho I'unahous
something o think about while
they are on tho field, nnd the result
should be a good exhibition of tho
The game will start right on time
much better, and Ay rem who Is
I walking in excellent form, will go
tlosu to winning.
Antone Kaoo Is training with
Ayres, and the two peds help one an
other out a lot In their sprints' and
long dlstuuce efforts, The old Wat
ulua Horse will be careful this time
and will not stop for anybody ex
cept the properly appointed Judges.
The veterans' race has one more
entry, und that Is Jack Campbell of
the Iron Works. He Is said to be
u fast heel-and-toe man and wilt
hake the rest of the bunch step
quick nnd lively In order to beat
As far as the fat man race goes,
the entries could have been larger If
the committee cared to lower th
weight limit below 210 pounds.
However, the original limit was
stuck to and 'Several men who wish
ed to compete, but who lacked the
necessary avoirdupois, were turned
down when they tried to enter.
The fat man and veteran races
will bo stnrted at 2 o'clock, and
the open event ut 2,: 30. As the
race will only take about sixteen
minutes the spectators will be able
to catch a car after the finish and
go down to the baseball game. The
Idea of postponing the ball game on
account of the walking race Is n
funny one, and It Is to be hoped
that no such thing Is done.
a a a
Hilo Races Look
Good ,To Sports
Now that the Hllo excursion l
practically assured for the New
Year, the local sporji are getting
ready jo pack up their suit cases
and a few spare dollars In order to
beard the Hllo horsemen In their
den at Hoolulu Park.
I There Is a lot of good real money
belonging to the Fourth of July Ho
nolulu contingent that Is still In
circulation around the rainy city,
unci a hunch of local fellows feel
rather Inclined to make an attempt
to "gut some of It back again,
Hllo Is a good old town about
the New Year and the Fourth; there
Is always something doing In the
wuy of sport, nnd the ' amount of
money that Is put up' In prizes l
worthy of n much largor city.
All the plantation men roll aye,
mon, that's the word Into, nnd (
later on out, of town, during tho
IiicIiir carnival, nnd If nnyono wnu,ts
to meet a man from any part of tho
big Island about the end of tho year,
the safest place to look Is In De
mons! heiies. .
And then the volcano (rip is such
n beautiful one, and the really cold
weather that Is encountered there Is
enough to brace a man up for the
test of the year. It Is strange to
think of the thousands of Honolulu
citizens who never saw the volcano,
end who never will If they keep put
ting the trip off time after time,
(let busy everybody, and let us have
another good day's sport In llllo or
else nt the Volcano House.
Medal Play Sunday
ht Country Club
Up nt the Country Club on Sun
lay neit the open medal play will
commence, nnd some very Interest
ing golf should be seen. The links
ure In excellent order nnd the cold
weather of late has made a round
or two n real treat.
The Country Club Is In a flour
Uhlng condition at presont, nnd the
membership roll Is growing larger
every day. Some excellent compe
titions are being arranged for the
new year, and he various tourna
ments will to just as attractive as
those during the Inst twelvo
On the whole, the 1909 season has
been n good one, and, up to date,
thirteen competitions have been
brought off, Tho medal play next
Sunday will be for the totnl fourteen
for the year, and as there are sev
eral Impromptu affairs also, it will
he seen that the club has been very
cctlve In the way of tournnments.
Although there has been no pro
fessional at the club since McLaren
left, things have gone on splendidly,
and the present staff has done good
work. A professional may be en
gaged early In tho new year, as
there are a lot of new members who
would profit by getting some expert
advice on the game.
a a a
At a meeting of the Knuluweln
Hoys' Club held last night the fol
lowing officers were elected: Presi
dent, David llray: secretary, y Louie
Richard; treasurer, Sam Hop;, mali
nger, Theo. Cubial.
Borne twenty-six members attend-
id the meeting, and great enthusi
asm was shown In "the election of
officers. After the regular buslnew
was concluded an Indoor baseball
came was played hotween (he Kali-
his and the Knuluwela nines, and It
ended In n win for tho former com
There will be a series of baseball
games between the two clubs, und
the winner of three games out of
five will be champions. The Kaulti
wela Club Is going In for all kinds
of baseball nnd basket ball. Th
well-known Chinese sport, Sam Hop,
is n moving spirit In tho nffalr, and
that guarantees the success of tho
The next meeting will be held on
the evening of Dec. 30,' and all mem
bers nre requested to attend and
tnke part In the proceedings.
Ilert Dowers, than whom there Is
not a better umpire In this Terrl-
tory. will act In that capacity dur-
ing the Diamond Ilead-J. A. C. ser-
les. That Is good news for tho fans,
as Dowers has the confidence uf all
me uuii mns.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel St. Phone 218.
Fine Holiday Presents
The most appropriate "Gifts" offered in Honolulu are now on display here. Our line of
Oriental Roods were selected by our buyer in China especially for local and tourist trade,
GIFTS THAT WILL PLEASE
Men's Pajamas in Pongee Silks.
Handsomely embroidered Kimonos, the finest ever shown in Honolulu.
Sofa Cushion Tons, elccantly embroidered in tilain and fancv colors. '
Silk Shawls, Handkerchiefs and Sandal Wood Embroidered
Dress Patterns a 'id Shirtwaists in Grass Linen and Pongee
ered, also Grass Linen by the yard in all the popular shades.
OUR LINE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS ARE LARGE AND
(COMPLETE.. WE HAVE THE LARGEST AND PRETTIEST LINE IN MEN'S NECKWEAR
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AN EXTRA FINE LINE OF LADIES'
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Prices Children, 5 cents; Adults,
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Prices as 'usual.
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