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BVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. MONDAY, DEC. 20, 1909.
tylM' Wc aro Roinpr away the first day of January, and all our goods
h must be sold regardless of cost. Here arc seme of our special prices:
' Kcjinlnr $15 00 Egyptian Silvei Shawls for $9.50.
, llcRnlnr $05 00 Adrian Silk Rus for $32 00 (size 9x5 feet).
' Regular $8 CO Sill; Kimonos foi $4 50 and 05.00.
Regular $1,5.00 Silk Lining Diuctoire Sleeves Silk Kimonos, for
J Regular $3.00 Fiench Crepe Kimoncs for $1,75.
Kcjrnlar $12 00 Embroidered Fiench Pongee Dress Patterns for
' $0 00 (ery special).
i iWe liarc'other baigains in Mexican Drawn Work, Cluny and Bat.
1 ' tenberc Ticccs, and in hundreds of other articles too numerous to
' mention here.
'1 COME EARLY AND GET THE 'BEST
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- Wc make Mtnt-Safcs, Kitchen Tables, Etc., Etc . in urcat variety, as
' cheap as those made by Oucntnls and fir superior in style and finish.
When you buy of us jou are building up a GREATER HONOLULU. We
employ 18 hands now. but with joui asciitancc nest year we hope to
announce that wc have '10
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(J. S. Bailey). Cor. Kinu and Alakea.
General Furniture Dealers.
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Transfer Co., Ltd.
Tnrr.lture and Tiano Hovbij.
If desired, wc will deliver Roods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
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The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors
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An Appreciated Gift"
llai value in the ejes of the receiver for its beauty and
luefulncss. Imported Chinese Roods have both these quali-
Amonc the articles that wc are, showing are dress
BUM, silk Minwis, nanuKercmeis ana smtv
Buying is made easy when you see this display,
invite jou to call.
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A case of good beer is a pretty good
thing to have in the house during the
Friends drop in 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
Beer, as it is very light, 'and is brewed
specially for tnis climate. v , , ,
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BY V. I.
Walking Race Is
POPULAR BOXER PUTS UP GOOD TIME
ERAN AYRES GETS INTO SECOND
HORSE" DIDNOT FACE STARTER
Yesterday afternoon Dick SitllUati fellow to liont. Ills win m ery pop.
prood his title to being the champion ,llnr and ho, wns dueled lustily at
waller of Hawaii, by winning with "o finish.
the greatest of caso, tho Kalnkaua Much 1 everybody dlsappolht
Aenue annual wnlklnp race. ,tu'm Antone Kaoo ill J not start In
Sullhan n time, 15 mini, 10 noes, "'0 race. Ills absence robbed tho
was really good ami, as lie walked fair "iiit of much Interest ami many pco-lieel-aml
toe riultt through tho race, l,lc remarked that the race Inj be
lie Is to be congratulated on lilfl per- tweeii two men only and they were
furmancc. right, as the result of the ouit shows.
Ares. the O. O. M, of Honolulu ath-l Jnnlliic llnlshed thliil, and he did
lotlcs, did er) well considering i- R't work, too. (lood old Sam Hop
co thing, and his sprint at the llnUh i llnlshed the course ulthough lie wus
was a beauty. "all In" before the race started. Sum
The oterau was a long way behind remarked to tho writer before the
Sullivan nt the finish, but up t the
mile post dlit One work. A race on
Now Year's da, inera mile course,
between Ayrcs and Dick would surelv
lruo a good drawing card.
It was at the McCully switch that
Sullivan began to forgo ahead easily
and the ctcraii Ayros to drop behind.
Tho rest of the bunch woro now here, j
nlthough they struggled on gamel)
Henderson, Jardln and Jacksor
walked wejl for their class, but they
were not fleet ctioiiUi for the leaders.
As soon us tho pistol went at tho
start Sam Hop, the Chinese wonder,
jumped Into tho lead and, closely fol
lowed by Sullhan and Ares. who
were walking lcel, led the bunch for
a couple 6f hundred yards.
Then Sullivan wrested flic honors
from Sam, and cloftl) followed by
AreL, quickly drew uwh) fiom the
rest of the field. s ''
At this stajae Henderson and Ka
nao were bringing up tho rear and tho
rebt of tho walkers were scattered There was a tremendous crowd a
over about a clt block. ' ' '' tho finishing post and the road all the
Ayros was walking In Vory different way out to the Inn was lined with
stjle to that exhibited last Sunday spectators. Tho band ptajed at Host
and he looked good for second placo Hergln's place and was much appro
at least. jclutlri.
Sullhan has lniprocd wonderfully' Tho walking race was a huso sue
attho heilundtoo game and none cess, and tho men who got tho affair
could imagine It was tho same man "p aro to be congratulated on the
who, nt Hllo. raced against Arca last work they did. Thnt good Bort anil
Jear. ort Jack Scully, nlwnjs gives a help-
The well known nnd jiopular boxer '"R hand and as usual ho wns on deck
niiiKH inure erect now ami lias udopt-
ed a stlo that Is rather taking. Dick
Is a good ulround nthleto nd a decent
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OVER COURSE VTE.
- BIG CROWD WATCHES
start. "Sat I feel rotten, but all
sainco I sport; I tr walk, no plllkla!"
(loud old Sam; would thue were moie
sports like the Chinese athlete In this
Henderson, tho erst-Maul boj,
walked In good stle, but ho was not
fast enough. Huidcrson would shine
better on tho locul ten, .H c.,uit3 ili.ri
on tho Kalakaua awi'ii K'lUf, ago
tho well known Knhuliit ,' rac(iitt
wlUder showed wha' he rr.uld do on
the I'uuucno courts, and although he
Is no great chucks as a walker, ho Is
good at tennis
The two preliminary races woro
robbed of much Interest by the fact
that only two entered for the cteran
and ono for tho fat man's race.
The two ocntH were Blurted nt the
same time and although the ' fat" m in
had nb need to burst himself, he
walked with the others and flnlshc I
second to Webb, who won tho cter-
una race easily from Kulbe. Time
'21 minutes 45 seconds.
ngni iniuugn ine getting up or me
iaco and tho actual running of It.
'I ho officials did everything right
and tho police handled the crowd In
lino foiui. In fact eer thing was
dono In first class stlo, nnd thu lace
could not hao heon managed better.
The committee wlslus to thank the, of
llClals for tho way they worked Ajd
also tho merchants who donated so
many splcndd prizes.
Tho olllclul times and poiltlon o.
tho men at the linlsh weie as fol
C. P. Cilll-
.llngwoith, Walter Drake, Jack Scully.
, Peto Uaron, C. O. Harriett and Will
Chilton. Tho tlnlshlii',' Judges were
'Charllo I.jnch mid Will Uergln. Tho
timers wpip (1. J. Ilolsne,.W. McTlgho
tanil 1". Maurice MoMahon. Johnny
Anderson nvus announcer and nuistei1
. of ceicmoiileH
, Pearl Wins Small
i oat Race Yesterday
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YcttOMliiylaftoiiiooiiHha email boats
hud another race In tho harbor and
four wrons and two "Pearls" started
In tho ecnt. There was a stUf breeze
blowing all tho tlmo, nail the small
boats simply Hew through tho wator.
Jack Dcnihimi's Galloping Mary- did
not btart us the owner was up to hlB
neck In tho walking raco manage
' Tho raco was a "alart und stop" af
fair, and It created much Intorost
along tho water front. All tho boats
i "with tho exception, of tho Pearl wore
lecfed down, mid ft'took tho crew all
their tlmo to keep tho small craft up
in tho wind.
Luther Hough, handled the Pearl lu
('fino shapo, and boforq Ions after tho
istait had taken the load. Stone also
ilhUwell In tho'Dailcliig Sally, and ho
ceitauily knowa how to huudlo a boat,
Hu pushed th winning Pearl clcibo
und easily defeated al the other
wrens. There will bo another fioak
1. Dick Sullhan 1,' in
2. II. M. Aies in 01
3. M. O. Jardln 1G 34
4. I,. O. Rosa 1C 35
C. Nigel Jackson 10 ,3
6. Wilson Keagler 17 2fi
7. O. D. Henderson 17 41
8. Sam Hop , lg io
9. Kaaei 18 12
Tho Judges were 8enator C. P. Chit
Two Exciting Games
Of Football Played
Althouch the rain. thnt fell In Innn
on aturdar afternoon kept a lot o
people n ay, front the League grounds,
where four soccer teams were lighting
It out for tho honors of the second
dns's Way, a faithful few Jonrneed
out to see tho games.
And as) It turned out the wiccer was
Just about the best cer tjeen tin nil)
local ground. Both games were chuu
enough for anything, mid, although
the Malles defeated the High School
by a scoie of .1 to 2, It was anvbo 1) '.
game up till the lltnc the whistle in
rather tiiiniet went.
Tho second game, between (ho I'll
nahou and H. I. W, team -Avns a peach
and It ended In a draw, soie one gull
each. That was going some, an I bnh
bunches of pla)ers are to be cingrnl
ulnted for the ditermlncd game the)
puncil right through the afternoon.
There was a ery strong wind blow
ing and It Interfered a lot wlthhlgu
punting. The Mallei tcoied a goal
in a peculiar manner during their
game with the High School. lJob
Chllllngworth dashed out to clear his
goal, which was threatened, and get
ting the ball, kicked it out nt a great
pace. Tho sphere, however, struck
Nott on tho back and I1h.ii bounced
through the goal pot. That was
hard luck for tho School and. as It
turned out, lost them the match.
The Malles showed great Impiove
mont as far as their forwards went
and Carl Osswho took a hand In the
game, did well. The High Schools
wcio shy a man as "Klddo" Chllllng
worth wns unablo to pla). i:vei)ljnd
will bo sorry to hear Unit the popular
)oung athlete Is rather Hi .a had wa)
now, and that there is not liiuch pi oh
abllll) of seeing him c ugnged In an)
spoil for some time to come. Cheer
up "Klddo," ieer) bod) wishes )ou a
Jones pla)ed a fine gamo for tlm
school, nnd ccorcd both goals that
were uglstereil by his team. I-'ieinlo
nsslsted Jones u lot nnd It was a con
I Io of his passes that enabled tho bU
fellow to score.'
Harr) Ualley pla)ed a star game fill
tho Malles and taking a piss fiom
his brother Kred, bcoied the kusoml
goal for his team. This, with tho
"flijked" goal made befoie, tlul tho
Sclfool's scoie. Thin thera was sou.e
exciting play for a while and the guna,
looked like ending lu A 1lrnW till n
third goHl -was scored by the Millie
on a penalty. Dwlght easily kicked
tho goal that gao tho Ictor) to the
Tho Iron Works PunahoU game was
most exciting, and tho rooting wus a
thing or Joy while the game lasted.
In the' first halt there was sume fast
pla) right In fiont of the II. I. W. goal
nnd, after an nlround fine exhibition
of the game, Jock Cation klckid a
goal for his side.
Then tho mo)h who m ike sugar
mills and other necessai) machlnci)
took a' grip of themselves ami pl.iwil
up in great st)lo. Hut they were im
able to score during tho bal.mco of
tho first half. However, In tho second
half, tho determined attackt of the
lion WArks bo)s began to rcpa) thuu
and they looked llko scoring seeral
limes. Still something seemed to stop
them fiom scoring and things lookid
desperate for them.
At last a free kick was awarded thu
II, I. W. ami Macaula) shut the ball
tluough tho lxists and tied the Pim
scoro. Til en thero was some rooting
for sure, and the ciowd went up In tho
air with Jo), .
Tho balance of the game was excit
ing and oer)hody )olled IhcinsilvcH
liourfce, but no timber scoring wui
dono and the game tnded In a tie.
Thb lineups wlio:
Iiuii Works Mcdclros, g ; McDoug.
ill. if.; Whltfng. If.; Kallmupehu, rh ;
Klenune, ch.; Kekila, lh.j llolstrr,
or.: Maciuilay, lr.; Schiebei, ct ;
Pni) tho, Ff.; Akuiu, ol.
Punahou Paly, g; T. P, W. Orn),
if.; Broderlck, If.; Sing Chong, rh.;
Parmer Chirk, th.j Macconel, Hi ;
Cattcn, oi,; Slnclulr, lr.; Janileson,
cr.; Walker. II : llacuulay, ol,
High School It. Chilllngwoith. g;
Hickman, if,; Kcllett, If.; Scutes, ill.;
Alec Mnv, c ; I). Shei wood. Ill ;
Maicallluo.'or.; Prendo, lr,; J. Jonts,
cr,; Ay(ttt, ii.j Absent. 'oi.
Malles Hob Anderson, g ; Centei,
rf.; Mullen, If.; Juck Holser, ill,; Mc
Nlcol, ch ; Zlegler. lh ; Dwlght. or..
Nott, lr.; Carl Oss, cf.; H, Ualley, II
Kred nUllcy, ol,
Soccer League Standlrg.
W.I) I'tH Kor.ABHt
Mallo 2 6 4 vC 'i
Pim-thciii ...,,.vJ i 3 3'2
Iron JVoika 0 1 1 l 4
High School ...,ooo 3 5
tt it tt
.Sam Hop. tho well known Chinese
fnurt, la rfolnc to llllii on tho Manna
Ken tomorrow. f8aiii Indies to nrrnimo
Koiuo boxing exliIMtioiiH In tho rnli.)
city, and he will ho -w llllns to tnlto on
any man ahout his own ttelnht. Sum
Is "weu thought rrfn this city, mid hy
Iihb at Union taken imrt in all kludtt
of sjort and niado Rood, loo; uood lucli
Sam, some of the lmnch-w koo )ou
around New Yoar tlmo in Illln.
Will Chilton wiih a dlngusted nun
)etterdny when lie got stalled with
hl motoi c)clo away down the conn
try, He could not Ket hack In tlmo to I
act as Judge lu thd walking ihco lint Ohwh) should woglioVay (oboiiow?
ho teliphoned lu and let thu olhoi or. As a matin- of fact It don't po
licial know ubiiut It. I'orhni you'll !, (m tqp tnnioiiow,
"" Though seemingly down and out' to-
j BULLETIN ADt PAY -M day,
Nuuanu and Pounohi Streets.
"HAPPY JACK WAIKEB," fun-
ny. eccentric comedian, and "MISS
, Monday and Tuesday ,
One Grand Big
CHRISTMAS WEEK BILL
Wiittcn especially for the occasion
. HAPPY JACK WALKER
Wednesday and Thursday
Friday and Saturday
THE INDIAN'S REVENGE
ARRIVAL OF SANTA CLAUS
Prices Children, 5 cents; Adults,
10 and 15 cents.
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
' Choicest of
And the Best Products of the Camera
From All Parts of the World.
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
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Rata Very Low.
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Play Or Wednesday
Owing to tho Indisposition of H S
Gee, tho piesent hohlei of tfie Wall
cup, the challenge match between
Castle and the champion could not bo
pu)cd last Snturd.1).
Oco has been couflnoi! to his bed
with a touch of gtlp and certain!)
looks "nil In." Howoxer, ho thinks
that by Wednesday or Thursday net
ho will bo ablo to get out on the
com ts mill !utu n go nt his redouh(
Tho match piomlrps to bo a rattling
good ono and theio is biuu to be u big
crowd of, tenuis enthusiasts at the
Ueretnnla courts when tho two ox-
pelts meet. Castle Ih pla)lng In ex
cellent fin m nt piesent, and ho will
suiel) nialto Oco nxtrnd himself to
rf''". 0cC "f course, can bo relied up
on to do his leel heBt, and tint
mentis a lot; ho has, so far, defeated
all the men ho has met In Honolulu
and It lemnlns to ho seen If that nl
round uthloto, CitBtle, can wiest tho
Wall cup fiom the mun fiom Manila.
PIANO STOCK ON SALE
The TIiii)pi pinno Co, received
blxtion pianos hy the Liirlinc. TIiIh
It. a part of tho Christmas piano
stock on Fiile nt this popular stoto
diiiliiB the time lulorvenlnB until
Chilstmis. A i eduction of twelto
to llfteen per cent im legulnr'iilano
pi lies Is helng made on this stock.
The Slelnwii) s. jjon's piano helng
In a cl.is3 h) Itself, both In construc
tion and tone .quillt)v ncceagnilly
commniids a groatei jirlto than any
of tho othei pianos of old ninKers.
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SUNDAY, DEC. 20, 3:30 P. M.
First Meeting of Major and
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Good Music by Kauaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Snaps For Sale
Bungalow and choice lot,
College Hills .... $ 3,100 00
Eungalow and lot.'Kaimu-
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Cottage and lot, Liltha
House and lot, Kelihi . . . 2,700.00
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Manca Valley, tract about
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Manoa Valley, tract about
43 acres , 4,300.00
Corn land, Kainaole Maui
about 17 acres 700 00
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