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EVENING nUU.ETIN, HONffi.EMJ, T. II., TOIDAY, .DEC. 21, 100!t.
BY 7. I. STEVENSON.
Scully To Manage
Now Hint Jnck Scully has taken
hold of the proposition of managing
the uporta meeting to he held at 'the
Athletic Park on New Years' ( Day,
everything lb sure to be run In prop
Scully has rented the park from
the .r. prlotors 'and will be In full
charge of the whole show. The ten
mllo champlsonshlp race will be the
main evont, and the 'walking race
between Ayros and Sullivan will
also be an exciting event,
Ahtono Kaoo la In strict training,
nnd the old "Walalua Horse" will
surely do as well, It not better; than
bo did In the memorable ten mile
race at tlio Athletic Park some
months ago. The old fellow has the
sprint for sure, nnd It, he and Tsu
kainoto are close to one another a
mile from the. finish the result will
bo another win for the Hawaiian.
The Japanese, however, will, It Is
said, run a different race this time,
nnd he Intends to try to run Kaoo
off his feot In the early Btagea of the
contest. In every other race Tsu
knmoto has contented himself with'
allowing (ho other men to make the
pace all tho time; that would be
very sensible as long as a sound
pneo was maintained, but In one or
two of the events tho leading man
flowed down bo much that. If Tsukn
moto had used n little judgment, he
would have at once gone lo the front
nnd mndo the paco to. suit himself.
Tsuknmoto should inako tho pace
us hot an possible from the crack or
tho' pistol, nnd then If ho can last
the distance he should go close to
winning. Tho Japaneso has no
other chanco of winning, ng Kaoo
has tho foot on .him In a sprint, and
If the men are close together any
where hear the finish Knoo's num
ber' will surely be hoisted as the
Ay res nnd Sullivan nre In fine
condition for tho walking race, ond
both are confident that the prize Is
coming their way. The distance
f.hould suit Ay re better than that
of the Kalakaun avenue race, and,
Judging by .the time ho has put. up
over h mile, he should push Sullivan
There should be n big crowd of
spectators nt the Athletic Park on
New Years Day, and as all tho .Jap
anese In tho city will roll up to sea
their chnniplim-perrorm, thcra should
be an exciting time nil nrouud.
Jewels And J. A. C,
Meet On Sunday
On Sunday nftcrnoon when tho
Diamond Head and. J. A. C. nines
step onto the diamond nt tho Ath-"
Ictlc Park, there should not bo a va
cant seut In the grandstand or on.the
Everybody has been talking about
tho coming series, nnd the greatest
interest U being shown In the selec
tion of the teams. Tho Diamond
Heads will be represented by tho
best bunch of players that can bo
gotten together, nnd tho Japs have
nlro named a fine nine.
IassIIo will do tho twlrllns- for
the Jewels, and will bo caught by
Wlnne. This battery Is a good one,
and the J. A. C.u Will be up ngnlnst
the renl thing on Sunday. For tho
Japaneso Kspluda and tllliBon will
do the pitching, nnd llrlto will ho on
tho receiving end. Tho work of
Kspluda against tboenlor players
will bo watched with Interest, nnd
he will have a fine chance to nuiko
good In tlrst-clnss company.
Gibson, who generally pitches for
the Marines, Is In good shape, uud
'ho and Esplmln, properly 'changed,
should make the Jewels sll up nnd
There will be two games on Sun
day, and In the first tho Mil Hocks
ond ABahls will hitch up. These,,,
minor league players uro Improving'
fast, u lid they put up n good excit
ing game at times. The .first gamo
will start at 1:30 o'clock and tho
Eccond at 3; the class of ball put
up should bo as good as any we
have scon for a long time.
Wall Cup Play '
This nflernoon nt 3:30 o'clock Geo
mid Castlo will meet on the llerc
tauln courts and light out tho best
three out of five sets for tho posses
sion of the Wall cup. .
The match should be n very ex
citing out1, and everything points tu
p close contest. Geo has recovered
from his Indisposition and has had
i om e practice that' should lit him
for the struggle. The champion'
knows he Is going up ngnlnst a
tough proposition In Castlo, and lie
icallzes that he will lyivu to play
Ills ery best In order to win.
Castle Is plnylug In fine form run!
his strokes; nil around have Im
proved a lot. Uls service Is good
nnd he rarely falls to make Ills tlrst
good; be should give the present
champion r closq run for the cup.
The' championship of the islands
If, In no wny Involved this afternoon,
but stlil If Castlo should win ho will
be looked upon as about the best
player In the Territory. Tho real
championship Is only played for
once a year, whereas the Wall cup Is
contested every six months.
There nre lots of peoplo who wish
Will Hoth would get busy nnd start
practicing properly. He Is 'a first
class man on the' courts, nnd has a
variety of strokes not possessed by
riny other player in Hawaii. Hoth
fchonld get Into condition nnd have
a go for the championship again;
ho would stand an excellent chance
of. defeating the present holder of
If tho rain holds off this nfler
noon thcio should bo n big crowd or
tennis enthusiasts at' the llcrelnnln
courts, ntiit'Uinse present should! bo
rewarded liyviiclliR able In watch n
ically tlrst-clnsA. match that will bo
fought out lo t lie hitter end.
C ast ,And Local
The von Hninui-YouVg'pcople also
chipped n llulck tu, John UmU of
Hawaii. The car l 40 h. p. and 1
of the touring cnr'tVp'e.
A model X Stevens hns also been
cold lo a well-known business mnii
of this city. Tho Stevens Is a peach
of n car nnd 'looks' liswcll as any
machine that Is lo bo-seen In Hono
lulu. A llaker Electric has also
been 'sold lo .arrive: -These cars are.
catching on a lot, undithe owners of
those now lit use In, tho city swear
Four Cadillacs which, were expect
ed un the Inst Hlloniiifwjiist missed
the steamer, mill tlic von Hnmm
Young garage' expect them lo ar
rive on the next boat,
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Down at thc'Assoelnted Garage the
Hudson s 'still "the center nt at
traction. Tho pretty little car has
done somo fine work, nnd Mr. Odell,
who took his demonstrating enr to
Maul last week, reports that the
greatest Interest was taken In the
machine on the Valley Island,
Odell traveled all over central
Maul, and the car behaved tu fine
style. Some of tho hills up Kula
way wero negotiated In fast time,
nnd tho doings of Kyno nnic-li larger
cars were discounted n lot by the
Somo time next month Odell will
attempt a rceord run from Hnlclwa
and he feels confident that the Hud
son can put up figures that Wilt sur
prise most people. Odell went from
l.iihaln.i to Walluku In 62 m I miter
30 seconds, and -did It in tho mud,
Three Hudsons arc on tho way
from tho factory now' and Should ar
rive In tho near future. They have
till been sold to arrivo, but there
nre twcnty-ilvo more to come along
within n few months. A shipment
of Chnlmors-Detrolts is expected
toon, too. Those cars are very popr
ular In these Islands now, and tho
supply cannot keep up with tho demand.
handled by any
II nil g.
of the Honolulu
Studelmkvr Is n name tu remem
ber, when automobiles arc mention
ed, nnd tho well-Known old firm U'
turning out wine line samples of
machines nt present,
SHORT SPORTS. '
Tho boys at Kort Do Hussy cer
tainly ha a flue time last night,
and nil those fortunate ones who got
Invitations had tho time of their
lives. Early In the evening a bal
loon wns liberated, ami- It formed a
conspicuous sight In tho heavens for
The show wns simply splendid,
and nil tho artists who took part
were applauded to tho echo. A
largo number of service men wero
piesent, and they all enjoyed them
reives to the limit,
Herreshmentii wero In order and
nothing wns overlooked In that line:
tho thentor was decorated In catch
ing style, nnd tbu lights so arranged
that the stage was rilwnys well lit
The World's Best
Tomorrow being Christmas Dny,
then; will be no issue of the II u I -
I u 1 1 n . Therefore, u day In ad
valice. tho wilter would wish nil
II u I I u t I u readers and every
body else n very Merry Xtnas and
a prosperous New Year.
The von Hnpim-Young Company
have taken tho agency of tho Over
land make or automobile. Tho Over,
land Is n splendid typo of enr and
Is fitted with .sliding gear trans
mission. Tho ears will rapidly be
come, very popular in this city as
soon as they tiro known.
II. P. Il.ildwlu or Puuncnc. Maul,
has purchased n scven-sentcd Peer
less car. It was shipped to htm
yesterday. The Peerless Is it beauti
fully Mulshed machine nnd can get
up a tremendous speed over any sort
The Schumnn garage will bo tho
center ot Interest as soon as tho
Studehakoc Flanders arrive. Tho
low-priced, first-class car Bhottld
reach Honolulu next month, nnd it
will astonish even the most blase,
auto fiend. Mr. Schumnn considers
that' for tho money It costs, tho
Flanders Is it wonderful machine,
nnd that there' will be a big demand
for them. -''
The popular E. M. P. Is holding
Its own on the I6en( market, nnd
the Loromob!6' Is looked upon ns
about the: ruo!)("ur-t6:dae machine
WILL BUY SITE
Trustees of the Y. M. C. A. Decide
to Accept the $27,000 Proposi;
tion Made by the Library Asso
ciation. Unless present expectations are not
realized the beginning of' work on the
new Y. M. C. A. building will date
irom about March 1. At tho meeting
held yesterday afternoon (ho directors
and trustees of tho association came
to tho conclusion that they will accept
tho offer made by the library associa
tion and that tho Y. M. C. A. Will ac
tpilro tho uiatika-Ewh corner of Hotel
nnd Alakea streets fur 127,000. The
vote to accept tho library's figure of
$27,C00 was carried unanimously and
there Is a unanimity or sentiment that
means tho speedy conclusion of tho
1 necessary negotiations.
Tho method or securing the$27,00O
necessary for the purchase of tho slto
hits not been determined, upon -and no
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Is absolutely pure distillation of malted grain. Its palatablilty and Ititf
freedom from injurious substances render It no that It can bo retained f
by the most t,ciisltlvoh stomach, It has been tho standard of purity uud;'
excellence for fifty years.
It Is, Invaluable for overworked men, delicate women anil sickly chil
dren. It strengthens and sustains tbesystem; Is a promoter of health an 1
longevity; makes the old reel young and keeps the oung strong.
It Is il wonderful remedy In tho treatment and euro of consumption,!
pneumonia, grippe, bronchitis; couglis, colds, malaria, low fevers, stomach
troubles and ull wasting, weakened, diseased conditions, If taken In time.
If you wish to keep young, stlong and vlgorlous and have on your!
clieexs tlio glow or perfect health, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, regu
larly, nccurdlng to directions, it tones and strengthens tho heart action
and purifies tho entlru system. It Is recognized as a family medicine;!
CAUTION When you nsk for Duffy's Puro Malt Whiskey bo sure you
get the genuine. It's the only absolutely puro medicinal malt whiskey
and Is sold In sealed bottles only never In bulk. Look for the trade-j
mark, tlio "Old Chemist," on tho Intel, and make silro the seal over tho!
cork Is unbroken. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Itochester, N. Y II. 8. A.
definite action will bo taken until after
tho first of tho year.
At the present time tho V. Al. C, A,
has ISO.OOO and tho fSu.oOO given by
tho late C. M. Cooke. Tho latter
amount can only bo used for building
and to secure, the laud Just Ewa of the
library $.10,000 will bo needed. This
leaves but 120.000 ror tho purchase or
land but It Is hoped that further sub
scriptions will come In after the first
or the year.
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CANADIANS ARE PLEASED
WITH TAFT'8 TARIFF VIEW
which Justifies tho assumption thai
there Is to bu a tariff' war, and It I
said authoritatively that tho goven
men I Is gratified at what It consldi
to bo the broad 'manner In which th
President has discussed" the ndmlnl
tratlon or tho maximum claiiso or th
Ottawa, Out., Dec. 9. President
Tuft's message may h'avo a certain
bearing on .the budget this year,-to bo
nut next week. With the message.
Insofar as It relates to affairs between
Canada nnd the United States, satis
faction Is oxpressod In political circles
here. It Is felt there Is nothing In It
RIOHT NAME AT LAST
"Let me show you our latest novj
elty," said the clerk In the haberl
dashery. "Hero Is the 'north poll
collar button. Named In honor (i
Cook unit Peary."
"Ily Jove!" laughed the humor
ous customer. i'They couldn't tin
u better name for n collar button
"Ilecause It is so hard to locate.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25(1
'Jnlletin Editorial Room Phone 18
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' The', MODEL 16 BUICK has to its credit the fastest road race of the year both.irt America and
abroad 69.9 miles per hour of Chevrolet at Riverhead, not to forget the fast lap in the Vanderbilt, in
which he averaged 76.5 miles per hour. '..
It has won more races and hill-climbing contests than any other American car. $f$$l$ 'ik$:J$
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