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BVBN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUItSDAY, DEC. 23, 1909,
s)Vitbiiii IB IJM
AT POPULAR PRICES
Tniicy Neckwear. Fancy Handkerchiefs.
TOILET SETS -
Tor Ladlca nnd Gentle.T.cn,
Shaving Sets. Cellar and Jewelry Boxes.
Fancy Ribbon. Fancy Silk Shawls.
Ami everything in the way of wearing apparel.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel St3 , Honolulu.
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Lal a4 If atiomil ' 1
Y V. L. STEVENSON.
Yacht Lurline In
CLOSING OUT SAiLE
"'' nrf toing nvay the first day of January, and all our goods
t, r.oM jegutdless of cost. Hcic are some of our special prices:.
!"Ktilar $15.00 Egyptian Silvei Shawls for $0.50.
It nulnr .$05.00 Alucnan Silk Rurs for $32 00 (size 9x5 feet).
Regular $8.50 Silk Kimonos fo; $4.50 and $5.00.
RT,ular $15.00 Silk Lining Directoirc SIjcvcs Silk Kimonos, for
Regular $3.00 French Crepe Kimonos for $1.75.
Regular $12.00 Embroidered French Poncce Dress Patterns for
$C0O (vciy special).
We liavc other bargains in Mexican Drawn Work, Cluny and Bat.
trailers Pieces, and in hundreds of other articles too numerous to
mi iii ion here.
COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST
RARISIAN ART COMPANY,
Rue tiinia Ave. Harrison Bide.
If dcsiicd, we will deliver goods in
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By Special Messenger Service.
Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
Johnson Wants Judge
Jack Johnson seems In n fair way
to get his wish ns fur ur u colored
Judge la concerned. The referee
I will, of course, be u white man, hut
beside that official there will he
two judges who will nit outside the
ring, and If no knockout takes place
these men write down the nniiio or
the man they think hns the better
of the lontcst. Of course this could
Wall Clip Challenge l
Match Tomorrow WAiCI TV THPATCD
i IT7 f L.L, l I llPL.riILI
Oor. -Nuuanu and Pounohi Streets.
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"HAPPY JACK WALKER," fun.)
Tomorrow afternoon K. S. (lee and
A. L. Castle will piny their much- .
talked-of. match for the Wall cup. i
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ouT in 0.e of" the - "
best fought tout tennis games ever JEAHMtTi, lUUiK.
played In Honolulu. Monday and Tuesday
,(lee, who nt present holds thn nn,-t flt
championship of these Island, Is a nmilOTMAq OTFK BTTT
Urong plnvcr with plenty of.deteM CHRISTMAS WEEK BILL
jnlnutlon, and when M condition i written especially tor tnc occas.ou
of San Francisco bay
will be glad to hear that the schooner
l.urllnc, nt one time one of the best
known vchscIs In these waters. Is to
return to the bay. Her owner, II. 11.
Sinclair, a former commodore of tho
South ConBt Yacht Club In now locat
ed In this city, and he has made ar
rangements to bring his yacht here;
says the Kxamlnor.
The l.urllne will be enrolled In the only happen If lU the end of .forty
fleet of tho San Kranclsco Yncht Club, five rounds both men are on their
and will have her moorings at San- jevt nnd fighting.
sallto. The referee will attend to all the
Captain I)ac Mean, who has had rest of the fight, and if the end com
plenty of experience In taking yachts monies before the stipulated forty
tip and down the coast, is on his way'nvo lounds the Judges will have no
to l.os Angeles to take charge of theB;ly n the matter,
l.ut lino during the trip ,north. Dean I .Johnson Evidently thinks thnt
will take about a week, to put .the vesi wf(n only a white teferce to run
set In order for the ocean voypgu, amljibo fight lie would not gef a square
will then start out and make the trip Ideal in tho event of n decision huv
imder sail. Tho l.urllne Rhould bo inlnK t be given at the end of forty
Snn KuiucIbco before the end or the (five rounds. 'The1 big negro is tnk
inoutli. ,jnK chances and Is sticking out
Tho l.urllne was formerly the prop-' fr tb0 two Judges and referee prop
erty of John I). Spreckola aud Hew tbo'osltlon.
Ilag of the San Kranclsco and I'aclflc' Heports from tle mainland bear
Yacht Clubs when she sailed llere.wn,t the fact "that Jeffries is gettlnn
Since passing Into the possession of .Into better rtiudltlou uradually. Ille
Commodore Sinclair tho l.urllne has
won considerable renown by her vic
tories In thei two ocean races held
from Hati Pedro to Honolulu, both of
which she won handily from fast
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods have loth these quail-
AmoiiF the- articles that wc are showing are dres
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in
Buying is made easy when you sec this display,
invite you to call.
WING WO TAI & CO.,
041 Nuunnu St.
wind appears to be troubling htm
little, but It Is too early to speak of
his ronn nt present. Tho contest
with Johnson does not come off tor
over six months, and us the urtlclcs
specify that both men must go Into
active training for ninety dajs he
Tore the date ,or .the great light,
there Is plenty of time tor the re
tired champion to get into tlp-tp
Already tickets for the show are
being sought and sports from Ho-
leen on the warpath
sealB. The Austral-
i Inn Imiit-h will, nf rntirsp. he ores.
evei afternoon. Tho tournament that ' ,lt nt tlle Ilrcim. Ut,e ilr(, ,,,
Is to start at Xmas w 1,11 he, continued J wel.knowI1 ,.,., , ,.llow .
Now that tho Y. M. C. A. uiemberA
are going In for tennis once more, the nolulu hnve h
association com ts will tie kent busy l.nfttT ,rlnP'11?,
j , mi fitlit fuit it lnni? ilrnwn out
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match without showing much sign
Castle Is a dlffertnt type of plajer
and he has some flue tftio!,ea thut.
puzzle tils opponents ni iimes.i ue
ubcs his head n lot and h.is the
liner points or the game down pat.
Ills play right thioilgh the early
stages ot tho i Willi c,up was good,
nnd lis fairly earned the right to
challenge (lee tor the cup.
Should (Ice wlnJo morrow he will
hnve his name .twice on the Wall
tup, and Warrenr u,w,,out of the
countrj Is ..the onlyiolher man who
has nlso von, the , cup twice.
The. cup. Is pla.ved tor every six
months, and the, conditions are
thut Itinyst he won three times in
all by one plajer before it becomes
his absolute property. Should Cns
tle win out tomorrow n new clement
will be entered In the competition,
and thiec men will then have "legs"
In for the tropny.
The llcretanla courts are In good
thapo now, nnd many or the mem
bers ure practicing hnrd every aft
ernoan. The ictiiin or Long nnd
McLaughlin, the joung Cnllforulans
who represented America In the
Dnvls cup play In Sydney, Is being
looked forward lo with great Inter
ist, and a return match between the
pair and our beat ,l,wo will draw a
big crowd to the .courts,
The Uaylr.. cup, challengers will ho
passing .thioilgh Honolulu early In
January, inil,theyi may niinngt to
stop over for n yhllc. it Is to be
hoped mi, as the -pair would gUo
tennis a boost )mrc ,iiud (he gnmo
would Imiirovojii Ijit.
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Local Boxers Want
To Visit Hiio
for a week and a numlier of men hno
already entered for tho event. I
Kntrles will he received at the Y.
M. C. A. up till KrhUy nlgit. JH-cem-her
24, The courts nre In fairly good
hhupe, and a lot of Interest Is being
taken In tho gume. The short after-,
nooun have rather Interfered - with
iler" who have never mlsxed a thain
plonshlp fight, no matter where It
was pulled otf.
It Is safe to say that never has
there been a championship ljat
that has stirred up so nnuli reeling,
und as tho date ot the lontest ap
proaches the excitement will be-
practice, nnd tho rain has also played ' ,.llni Mnm imenun
invoc wiiii ine pians q memoers vno Ai(lul)Rh ,he location or the fight
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llflo I Wit ol Iman .l.knlilii.1 ,ni I uonxiu
; oho nv ; uvm IICLIUV1I l(IIt It DVCIII1
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ui kvni utih ami. wiiii u muo cimcii ,aKe paCfl(at Salt Lnko City,
I.,.. IhlKI ...f.n .. linJnn Ai..l nlan. I
ilH ,U(1I ,IIU,U VAJIVI 1UIIUI7U llll ) CI B,
should develop Into first class men.
A. K. Larimer, tho member secre
,tary or tho Y. M
or Interest in the coining tournament ,oe!l not wjni
HAPPY JACK WALKER '
iWednesday and Thursdav
Friday and Saturday
THE INDIAN'S REVENGE
ARRIVAL OF SANTA CLAUS
Prices Children, 5 cents; Adults,
10 and 15 cents.
THE BEST M0VINO PICTURES
IN THE U
The "Black Sheep
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Beretania
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largest crowd or sports that ever
congregated should surround the
,,,... ""h uii juij 1 iiki, mm nicy win
u. A., is taking a ipt , .. 8()rr.. uulwh ir ,,,,, ...i.,, ,
und ho Ik anxious to make a big sue-
res or the affair.
time talking tcm-
are usually people
In answer to a letter
Prr.n1p whn cire
a. vvjo-i , t xxvr wv perance
who use the most intemperate language.
recently written by one of these, "Harper's Weekly," the great
American lvewspaper, replied as follows":
"Harper's Weekly is by no means os much opposed to beer as you
nrc. It believes that pure beer, properly made and aged, is a much less
hurtful beverage for the common run of people than spirits of any kind.
Wc think of beer as an article of diet: you seem to think of it only at aa
article of riot. Of course it is more dangerous than bread or cheese, or v
even than meat, but it is not the hcrror that you think it is. We have
known, intimately, persons who drank a little beer at times, who did not
teem to be useless. We do not recommend beer as a beverage to any
body. The doctors do, sometimes; that is their efflce, not ours. But we
think that for the common run 'of people who are not abstainers a little
hcer is n safer drink than a little whiskey, and a great deal of beer
somewhat less dangerous and destructive than a Rreat deal of whiskey.
Wc have always favored the army canteen where beer and light wines
were sold in limited quantities as bcin: far less destructive than the bad
drinks thnt soldiers have been gettintr in bad places, since people who i
feel as you do got the canteen closed. The results of that actiou has
been to give our army the worst hospital record of any civilized amy in
the woild. Editor."
While the views of the editor of "Harper's Weekly" are not
entirely our own they undoubtedly represent the sane views of a
L lV.UlV.ltlllK.V. Jlltlllt
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VVIlCIl II CUUteS ll gutlll UCtl lliciv; in auv.ngiu wi.w ..wv..
every drop and not a bit of harm in a' barrel The beer to
in every c
drink in Hawaii is
jfJSL m nfiS1,
r zjyy fj s?r yu wn
be J3ccr That's Jfrrewed
io cmjit i lie a unicae
J. A. C. vs. DIAMOND HEADS
SUNDAY, DEC. 20, 3:30 P. M.
First Meeting of Major nnd
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
and Thursday. 1 1
Good Music by Kuwaihau Glee Club.
Excellent Tloor nrrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies iFrce.
Snaps Fir Sale,
EVERY EVENING- AT -7 O'CLOCK lEangalow and choice lot.
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
Hawaii Tennis Lady
May Play On Coast
There Ib n well supported ptan to
send Mrs. Coulter, tho Ilavviillnn cluiin
plon tenuis' player, to the, Coast to rei
resont thcBu Islands In tho big chain
Tho, Idea has been under considera
tion by some prominent people Tor
somo tlmo now, nnd It seems in It tho
matter will ho arranged in time tor
tho coming season on tho mainland.
Judging from the manner In which
Mrs. Coulter dereatod Miss Miriam
Hall, who rankB high on the mainland
In tennis circles, our icnresentatlve
would havo un excellent chance In tho
ladles' championship match.
And what sort or an advertisement
wculd It ho for Hawaii if our represen
tative won tho championship. TheBe
Islands would then bo on tho map of
athletics with n vengeance.
Although nothing very definite has
been settled so rar, it would appear
that thoro is n big change of Mrs.
Coulter making tho trip, and it Is the
sincere wWi or nil lovers or tennis
that she docs do so.
U it u
"Thots pretty big monoy those
fighters aro getting," mused Sam Kits
Patrick, former manager or Johnson
to nn Examiner reporter. "Tho nrst
tlmo I took hold or Johnson, wo ar
ranged for a fight In Host on with Joe
Jeannotto. Ho went six hnrd rounds
nnd. ho received $05 for his end. The
seats' were 25 and 50 contg apleeo anil
tlieio wasn't much ensh In the house.
That vvas only thrco ycarB ago, anil
n yeur later Johnson camo to the
Coast to fight Jim riynn for some
thing Ilka 11250. Now he g talking
about his thousands ns It It all
amounted to nothing."
AT THE HOTELS
Only six now arrivals registered
nt local hotels today, these being
(evenly distributed between the
; Young ami the Hoynl Hawaiian. C.
A. McUonuld of I.uheula, Miss A. B.
' Todd of Wululua and J. W. Donuld
of Houpkua am guests nt the VounB,
while V. T. Hohlnson ot Wulluku
and Mr. mid Mis. w. J. Jlouteu of
Vancouver, II. a. lire renlslorcd nt
j the Iloyal Hawaiian,
Hllo seems to he attracting quite
a bunch of tho lojal hineis and
sports, nnd there should be some
thing doing around tho rainy city
soon in the way of boxing matches.
Bam Hop, the Chinese all around
ypurt, who Is so well thought of In
this city, left hist week for Illlo;
he has hopes of matching up with
eonie aspiring mitt artist dm lug the
holiday beasou. Thcie Is u oung
iter named "Kid" Kcynolds who Is
willing to hnve u go with somebody,
and It Is probable that another
"Kid," well. known here, will make
a trip to Hllo and have a few friend
ly spasms with his namesake.
"Kid" I'Vanklin wants to Inform
"Kill" Reynolds, through the agency
or the II u I I e 1 1 n, thnt he Is bil
ling to box the Hllo man, anywhere,
any number of rounds nnd for any
cspectnble szed pulse.
That (.omuls like business, nnd If
the Hllo bloke wants a match lie
hud better let 1'ianklln know ns
coon as possible. All the Honolulu
boy wants is some sort of u guaran
tee that ha will get n match If he
visits Hllo; ha does not want to
strike the town mid find nothing
doing In tho boxing lino. Now, then,
Al Wilson or somo of ou Hllo
bports, get busy nnd arrange some
bouts for Now Venr's Day.
Iloxlng Is dead In Honolulu nt
present, and there does not seem to
be any chance of a tevlviil for a long
time to 'come. All the Imported
men have returned to the mainland
or have drifted off to other climes.
Some of th? bunch have got good
joiis in me cuy anil intend to stick
by them; no, there Is nothing doing
In the boxing gnmo here nt present.
a a a
Coach Howe Is
To Return Home
"nilly" Howe, the Australian Hug-
by coach who wna brought over hore
to Instruct the University or Call-
fornla plajert In such fine points or
tlio game as prevail in Australia, has
gone home to his native land, hav
ing uhly usslstcd In the victory which
ciowuod the efforts ot tho Illue and
Gold team In Kb annual Btrugglo
with Stiinroid says the Kxamlner,
Hovvo may leturn noxt year, but the
present iittldue ot tho executive
committee nt llerkelcy la against tho
expense ot coaches being run up to
the high point which would ho
reached were Hovvo fo he hiought
across the ocean again.
How much ot tho credit tor de
veloping Cnliroinla's flist winning
Itughy team Is duetto Schoeffcr and
how much to Howe can never he
known, nnd It would he haul to toll
whethor tho Innovations n the fitjte
of piny adopted by th team would
not havo been Introduced whether
Howe vvus heie or not, ' Sehuoffor
woh In Australia und New Zealand
last year und had plenty of oppor
tunlty to study tho methods of the
Antipodean plnyciu; but there Is no
question thnt with Howe on tho
giouud the Caliroinln men worn
b'lveu a mote thoiough JillllHg In
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Bungalow and lot, Kaimu-
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Business Suits fcr $25.
the fino points or tho gnmo than they
could have got with but n single
Thnt SchaclTer Instilled n lot or
"ginger" Into the team Is admitted
by all and that ho tilled tho position
of coach to the sa'stactlon or nil
lonceined Is nttcstul by the fact that
the executive committee of tho stu
dent Jiody has already conti acted
with him to coachjiext jear's teum;
but the students of the University
ot California will always hnve n
warm spot In their hearts tor "Mo
thci" Howe. The Austmllnn hns it
line ot hiimoioos talk which kept
the plajcrs and the blcacheiltes In n
hnppy moon everywhere ho went,
and tho cheeiful manner In which
the Cnllfurliln sumul wont about Its
voik Is attributed In u great m'en
Biire to the bright tnlluenco of the
Marfoa Valley, tract about
110 acres $12,000.00
Manoa Valley, tract about '
43 acres 4,300.00
Corn land, Kamaolc Maui
about 17 acres 700.00
Beach homes beyond Diamond
Head, Romanaie location, and good
David A. Dowsett
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San Francisco Hotels
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Jiut oppotlte Hotel St. Francis
European Plan SI .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steft and brick structure, furnish,
infes cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans,
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all trains and steamers. Send (or
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, 'Trawets." ABC Code.
Ilofoio leaving llowa unhmdencil
himself of n lot ot talk compllmen
tury to tho stylo of Hugby plaed
heie und the lliiephjslcnl develop
ment of tho men ot this State. He
said that he would try to uiuko nr
langemcnts for u California team to
visit Australia next bummor and In
timated that ho thought tho players
from this Bldo or tho Purine would
havo n great chance with tho best
thoro Is over tho water. Mnjbn
'Mothei" wanted to leave us laugh
ing when ho said "good-hy," but ho
could hllldlv lnako in Hi hi I,- Hint lm
beiloves tho men heieubuuts havo IWholesale Importers and Jobbers.
leached it Htogo where they could
biiciessfully rope with such teams ns
tho All-lllacks nnd the WnllitbloH.
tiolh of whom we havo had the plea
wire ot seeing In our midst.
Or com so tlii'Ho were learns picked
rtom the oieam of the colonial play
eis, und It is possible that Hovvo
wnntb to hp6 tho toutu which he pio
pose;i taking fiom heie stacked up
iignlnst Jhe college playcis or the
Island continent, who may be about
the calllno of our uulvemlttcs hvte,
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