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KVRNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, '09
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must be sold ltgnrdlcss of cost. Here are some of oar special prices:
- EfcRular $16 00 Egyptian Silvci Shawls for $9.50.
y ltegulnr 05.00 AlRtrinn Silk Rurs for $32 00 (size 9x5 feet).
ltPKiilar $8 50 Silk Kimonos fo; S4.50 and $5.00.
A. jkllecular $16.00 Silk Lining Directoire Sleeves Silk Xlmonos. for
Kcjrular $3.00 Ficnch Ctepe Kimonos for $1 75.
Regular $12.00 Embioideml French Ponsee Dress Patterns for
$0,00 (very special).
Wcjliave other bargains in Mexican Drawn Wcrk, Cluny and Bat.
Uubcif Fiecos, nml in hundicds of other articles too numerous to
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We make Mcat-Eafci, Kitchen Tables. Etc., Etc., in creat variety, as
fhrap as those made by Orientals and far superior in style and finish.
.Wjien yon liny of us yo.i arc buildin? up a GREATER HONOLULU. We
unnloy 1" hands now. but with 50111 assistance next jew we hope to
unnounoc that wc have 40.
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Furniture and" Piano Movinj.
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ThclHoueo of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties Among the' articles that wc aic showing are. dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made easy Alien you see this display. We
invite j 011 to call.
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A case of good beer
thing to have in the
b'riends drop in
and a glass of beer
sandwiches' or a Welsh rarebit is a very
important feature of the evening' s'' en
You can order direct from the
13rcvvery or from your dealer. If from
the latter, be sure to specify 'Primo
J3eer, as it is very light, and is brewed
specially for tnis climate.
The J3eer That's Jrewed
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BYV. I. STEVENSON.
Ball Teams Getting
Into Good Condition
Judging bythe way the Diamond
Heads nml J. A. C. nine are, time--tlclng
for their game which Is to be
ilned on Sunday next, both tenms
will be In the pink of condition
when they step onto the diamond.
Kddlo Fernandez Is back In town
from n trip nil oer Maul, nml he
nml Sumner are busy getting tho
ten in Into shape.
Ycsterdny afternoon theie was a
good turn out nt the Athletic Park,
and the bo)s did stunts that looked ue obtained on the .respective ablll
well to the spectators who rolled tC8 0( ttie Ullo nnd' Honolulu .nth
up to rce the men at work. Ietei.
Jnck Notley Is looking after the At the military trnck meet held
J. A. Cs. nnd the effect of hU nt n,e League grounds some wccU
couching Is beginning to be soon In ngo fnlrly good figures were put up
the Improved work of the team. Ks- oy nil our ,men some of them did
plnda, who will pitch for the .T. A. Iremarkably' well and as the llllo
C.s, Is whipping In all kinds of events are pretty well tho same, a
curves, and the other twlrlcr, Klores, comparison can be made between tho
Is also on the Job for sure.)
The (omlng season between th
Jewels nnd Jnpnnusc Is going to o the
real thing, nnd the fans are going
to be worked up to a great state of
excitement' before the five sanies nre
And tpe more the situation Is
studied the harder It Is to. predict
which team will win out In the
series. The Japanese aro certainly go
ing to make tJie D. H a play up to
win, and there, should be one great
exciting scene at tho Park when the
two teams face one knottier next
The preliminary game.wlll b be
tween the Muliocks and Asahls, and
It should arouso the spectators and
get them In a proper state of ex
iltcmcnt for tho big game, llcrt
Ilowers will umpire the series, and
he Is the right man In the right
place. He Is acknowledged 'to be the
best umpire In the Territory, and
the public will be satisfied that all
will bo O. K. with the old warrior
at the helm of things.
The nrst game will start at 1:30
o'clock and the second at 3. By that
time there1 should bo a crowd pres
tint that will remind p'coplb of the
first games of the Oaliu I.eugue.
Nearly all of tho rooms on the Mnu
1111 Kea for (he excursion leaving 011
Now Year's eve have been taken, l'cr
boiih lutendlng to mako tho trip to
llllo, or tho volcano, aro requested to
buy their tickets at onco as no rooms
will be reserved, except whoro tho
tickets have been paid for, and no
extra mattresses will be taken on tho
is a pretty good
house during the
Full Program Of
Hilo Sports Day
AltAough there will be a apart"
meeting al (he Athletic 'Park on
New Yeai'B D.ij, the Itllo program,
which Is published below, lookB good
to thu bunch that will make the trip
to thcillalny City.
As will be seen by Inking n glance
nt tho program, every Kind of event
figures on the list, and the whole
dny Is priHfy well mapped out for a
good time. The field events will be
ver Interesting, as Rome line can
Oahu men and the athletes of tho
big Island! x T
The bronco busting race, will ho
ii n exciting affair, and If an) thing
lihe me uiic uruiiKiH on nw jcmi
will provide .excitement enough for
unvbody. Tho full urogram Is ns
1, 10 a. m, Our national game
of baseball; '
2. 10:1B a. m. Three-quarter
mile match race for l&u a Bide, be
tween Mr. Molr's John T. nnd Mr.
3. 10:30 a. m. One and a quar
ter mile match race between Webber
nnd Mnjor Collier. $1,000 n side,
making pnrse $2,000.
' 4. 10:fU a. m. Half mile Jap
anese race. 'Purse $2K; 3 to enter:
2 to stnrt. No entrance fees. All
money to winner.. Post entiles.
6. 11 a." in. Fifteen Mile run
ning race; 30 laps 'or Hoolulu Park
race course. Prizes: Klrst, $I0:
second, $25; third, $10. Kntrnniu
fee, $1.50. Start and flnlshlin front
of Judges' stand.
6. l.p. m. Half mile luna race.
Purse $1G. Post entries. No fee.
Must be field plantation jionles nnd
ridden y owners. Two must en
ter. 7. 1:30 p. m. Three-quai tcr
mile Hawaiian llred. Purse $250.
Free for all. Four to enter. Three
to stnrt. Kntranre fee $10.
8. 2, p. m. Threc-qunrter mile
free for all." Purse $500. Four to
enter. Three to start.
9. 2:30 p. m. Three-quarter
mile free for alt Hawaiian bred,
maidens. Purse $250.
lu. 3 p. m. Half mile bronco
busting race. I'urte $15. Anbody
to tide any wild horse never ridden
or exhibited befoie. Post entiles.
No fee. Two must start.
11. 3:30 p. m. Half mile iow
boy race. I'urko $15. Post entries.
I No fee. Two must enter. Must be
cowboVH who ride their own horses.
Throwing hummer 17 pounds.
Putting shot, 14 pounds.
Throwing the weight, 32 pounds.
100 ard dush.
Hop, skip and leap.
One-mile nice, two lnps of track.
Prizes in above sports: First, $5;
second, $2.50; thin), takes the en
trance money of 25 cents for each
event.( Post enerics.
Kjeld sports start at 10 a. m. and
will bo Intorsporsed wth , other
Small Boats Race
At a meeting jif U10 Honolulu
Yacht Club held jesterday after
noon It was decided to have tho
race on Sunday sailed' during tho
morning. A majority of ,the own
ers voted for the race being sailed
before noon, and filially 10:30 win
selected ns the best hour.
The event on Sunday will be a
package race, and It bIioiiM ptove
lo be an Interesting one from start
fb finish. The two classes of bqnts
Wrens and Pearls will compete
lu the struggle, and It Is hard to say
how tho small boats will finish.
Packages will be hung up at
three different points In the harbor,
and there will be a package for each
boat. The skippers will hayc to
call at these points and get the
I ackagc mid then make for the fin
ishing line. '
The following boats will probably
start In the race: 1 Bhakamaiiao,
(wren), C. Wilder; Dancing Pally
(wre.11), Stone; galloping Mary
(wien), Densham; Ilourlug .Qlmlet
(wien), Turner; Pearl, Luther
1 Hough; Ivy, Mux llolto. und an un
named wren to bo sailed by Hay
Big Crowcl Wishes
Murphy Bon Voyage
Johnny Murphy left for the coaitl
on tne Aiamcua mis inuriiuiK, u
big bunch of local Bports gathered
at the whatf to pay good-Ue to tho
well-known iuie iiguiweigm.
Although Murphy has been a
very sick, man and feeling very weak
he has formed ninny friendship In
Hawaii, and ever) body who saw the
brave fight he was putting up
against the tcrrlbltj tvourgc wltn
which he Is afflicted, knew him to
be a man and a game one nt that,
tllck Sulllvnn Is like a brother 10
Murphy, and he Iibb done nil tn iiU,
power to make tho lad lioriifoi table.
Now that the benefit In San Fran
cisco lias placed Mm till y In easy
street, It Is hopvd that the yojouill
to Arizona will heal his lungs nnd
add eaiH to hls'llfe.
Murphy's reputation as a clean,
straight, always on the level boxer
Is world known, and he Ii ns decent
n fellow ns over put on n glove. It
is the hearty wish if , ever one who
saw Johnny off this morning thai he
will pull through Ills' trouble O. K.
nnd soma day revisit Hawaii nel.
t n a
Gee &nd Castle Miy
Play O.1 Friday
In all probability the challenge
match between K. S. (Ice and A. I,.
Castle for the Wall tup will bo play
ed off on Friday next, (lee, al
though not quite recovered from the
attack of grip that laid him low for
Fome davs. Is feeling better, and he
thlnkH that he will be able to face
a ,hard matqh on Friday.
Yesterday afternoon tho cham
pion had a logout with another
member of the club, but at tho end
of n couple of seta he felt "all In"
and was as wenk as a kitten.
It Is lo bCiho'iicdjlliat (lee does not
go Into ?he match, with Castle rent
ing shaky, as tho sots would bo
robbed of much Interest, and iioliouy
could say fpr sure hch Is (lie bet
ter man. Castle ,ls plalng In ex
cellent form at present, nnd for 11
hick mnn lo i;o up(ngalnst li)in would
be absurd. Hotter 'for the whole
affair to bo put off for another week
or so, and then a match worth Fee
ing would lake place for sure.
At I.lhue last Sunday the base
ball fans wore worked up to a grcnt
state of excitement over a cham
pionship game between tho Yamato
und Nanlwu teams. The game was
watched by a big crowd, and ns tho
Vnmnto nine had been the acknowl
edged champions of all Japanese for
some time, the surprlso was gie.it
when the Nanlwn bunch handed
them a lemon to the tunc of 1$ to 6.
Tho winners were, previous to
Sunday's game, the champions of tho
Western part of Kauai, nnd now by
'defeating the Ynmato nine they be
come the acknowledged champions
HnscVall Is all the uigc on the
Gnidcu Island, nnd games nre plncd
on ever possible occasion. Large
tiowds alwajs attend the games at
I.lhue and other centers, nnd tho
play Is watched Just as closely as
Hint of the (Ity men nt tho Athletic
it it n
Tsukamoto And Kaoo
Will Run Ten Milts
Kver thing has been arranged fur
an afternoon's si)it ut the Atliletlu
Park oh Now Year's Day, and thu two
ev'enU to be pulled off ure a ten miles
uniting race between Anlouu Kaoo
ami Ttmkamntu, nnd a uiie-inllu walk
ing raco between Sullivan and Arcd..
Tho program looks goods and ipij
oi.co who saw thu sensational finish to
the ten mills raco between Kaoo and
Tsukamoto somo months ago, must
hanker to seo the two men' como to
gether again over the same distance,
lu the former ten ml o lace the two
men came lljlng up (o the finish to
gether nnd, unly that Khoq fell .when
within a few foot of the line, lie would
havo won. It was a bountiful raco n.ul
tha men wto nover moro than u few
hrl't npait ft any lime.
,Kuno li.is such a splint that it Is
haul to seo Tiovv tho Japiineso can beat
hint jr any distance If thu runners
aro ony w hero near puo another at tho
finish. The old "Walalua .Horse" has
a .wonderful sprint and hs sUjing
powers aro such Unit It wll take n
phoiiomenal man to beut him, t
The walking race should also l;o a
good 0110, and there nre many pocp'u
who,fancy Ayrcs can hold his own over
a mjlo with Sullivan. It was at 111 at
suggested that tho dtstanco of lite
walking raco should bo half a mho
but aa Sullivan wanted the lpngor ols
tance, the two principals losred foi
the privilege of choosing tho cmrte
to bo walked.
Tin 00 Judges havo been selected ,111111
they aro all well known men who have
on many occasions douo llku duty at
athlotlcjncetB, AV. T, Hawllns Chuillo
Chllllngworlh pud Mr. Sajugui-a lll
hold tho lesponslble poblllpns und
tliey are a good trio foi the Job.
Tho Athletic I'aik mnihigcuirut Is
In charge of the whole show, and no
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CHRISTMAS WEEK BILL
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Friday and Saturday
Arrival of santa claus
Prices Children, 5 cents; Adulti,
10 and 15 cents.
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
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EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
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Tho pilnclpalb only vvciu dealt with
and they 1110 puiTcctly satisfied with
tho percentage of the gate money that
the) 111 u tn lecclvu.
Tho walking laco will stmt at 2
o'clock und the Uu milt h champion
ship at niout half p:itt two, l'.voiy
body will bu able, to havo IJinlr Now
Year's dinner In conifmt nnd llien no
down to thu Athletic I'aik und see tho
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Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Bcrctanhv
J. A. 0. vs. DIAMOND HEADS
SUNDAY, DEC. 20, 3:30 P. M.
First Meeting of Major and
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NEW DANCE HALL .
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Good Music by Kawaihau Glee Club,
v Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission lOe. Ladies Free.
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Bungnlo.v and choice lot,
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Corn land, Knmaole Maui ,
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Ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
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