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. i gyawmo bulletin, Honolulu, t,'-,h., TinmaPAY, dec, so, 1909. " - 7 v& ff
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will last longer; weighs
more, therefore will do more work.
Sold by All Grocers
Our magnificent collection of
isnow in transit from the States
and the Orient. It will be ready
for your inspection with the New
Kin? and Bethel Streets.
If desired, we will deliver Roods, in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Messenger Service.
Without Extra Charge.
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The Honse of Quality. Wines and liquors.
Pretty Patterns in
New Year Styles
Display in Window.
Ppnnlp who ore a11 tllc time talkins tcm
1 CUJJlt VVllU ait perancc are usualjy , people
who use the most intemperate language. In answer to a letter
recently written by one of these, "Harper s Weekly," the' great
American newspaper, replied as follows:
"Harper's Weekly is by no means 'as much opposed to beer as you
are. 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. ,
We- think of beer as an article of diet; you seem to think of it only as an
article of riot. Of course it is more dangerous than bread or cheese, or
even than meat, but it is not the horror 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 office, not ours. But we
think that for the common run of people who are not abstainers a little
beer is a. safer drink than a little whiskey, and a great deal Of beer
somewhat less dangerous and destructive than a great deal of whiskey.
We have always favored the army canteen where beer and light wines
were sold jn limited quantities as being far less destructive than the bad
drinks that soldiers have been getting in bad places, since people who , ,
feel as you do got the canteen closed. The results of that action has
been to give our army the wont hospital record of any civilized army in
the world. Editor.'.'
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While the views of the editor of "Harper's Weekly" are. not
entirely our own they undoubtedly represent, the Isane views of a
temperance man. '.j.
WKen it comes to good beer there is strength and health
in every drdp and not a bit of harm in a barrel.- The beer to
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arniK in Hawaii is
The Jeer That's J&rewed
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HUM K4" "
On the Y. M. C. A. court yester
day the tennl. tournament was ad
vanced another stage, and some flno
piny was seen. Stanley Livingstone
and K. Tracy had n great struggle
over two sets, and although the for
mer plnjer took both seta, 6-2, 6-3,
the match was n "ctoita one, and It
tho Individual neon had been kept
track of there would have been very
little difference In the two men't to
tals. Livingstone Is champion ,ot Ka
rr.ehanicha School and plays a really
good game. He showed some bril
liant work yesterday; and. In beating
Tracy proved his worth as a racquet
Stanley Ooldy and Louis Franks
ul so had a great match, and It took
the full three sets, to decide the go.
The first set went to Franks, who
took It 7-5. He showed great gilt
and played a game that snowed he
never knows when he Is licked. At
ono stage of the set'. Ooldy was S to
Franks 2, nnil had .the 'score 40-.10
In Ills favor. Franks, however,
made a wonderfulrecovory and won
tho set 7-6, 1- "
The second set went to Ooldy, who
won 6-4; there wasBome good play
by both men, nnd one or two rallys
brought down the house. Ooldy
played steady tennis, and although
overy point Wns'we'11'friught for, he
proved to be too. strong for his op
ponent. With one set each, the match
looked open enough for anyone, and
the spectators crowded around the
court and prepared to see a great
struggle over the' last anil deciding
let. However, Ooldy forged ahead
from the start nnd nulckjy got a sub.
minimi icau on his opponent.
Franks rallied at dne, stage of the
ret nnd managed to gel' a game pn
his opponent; later' on be captured
one more, and thatas all tie could,
cell nnd tho set ended. 8-2. ' $
The last match of the second
round will be played today, and' Itf
It Ooldy and l.otls wlftry .conclu
sions. The senii-fiunls will be 'play
ed this afternoon, nnd .Livingston
and Larimer will meet on the court.
Canlen 'will abio piny .tho winner
of the LoulM-OotV match. The fl
rnl will be played on. New Year's
D.i y. and the winner will take three
fets out of five.
The tournament has created a lot
of Interest and many of the mem
bers ure taking up the,game In earn
est again. The wlnnor.of-lhiS pres
ent tournament will receive a hand
some medal fob, which wll,alwas
remind him or his victory. u,
n 8 n
Lynch And' Heydler
' Will Run Nationals
All trouble In connection with the
National llasebull League lias been
eliminated by tho selection of Thorn
ii h J. Lynch as president. John M.
Ward, who was considered a possl
blllty for the position, would have
caused a lot of irpube It he had
been selected. - '
Secretary-Treasurer John A. Hey
dler would never "have, held his offlre
under Ward, and it would hnve been
wnr to the knife if the Matter had
got the presidency of the' league.
Lynch would not acceptMhe posi
tion until he was assured, that
Heydler was to be retained as sec
retary-treasurer, lie also made pos-
tllile the three-year term, and It is J
thought that It was on behalf of
Heydler that the move was made.
Lynch never was much of a play
er, but he was, one of the best um
pires that ever stepped onto a dia
mond. He was very strict with the
players, and always nddressem them . that will down any man for tho count,
cs "Mr." He Insisted ion the men Doth fighter ure in the idnkHit con
using the same title when speaking' dltlan and tomorrow will be their last
to him. day of training.
' The mew president has declared
that he wlll.run the league and not
let the league run him, , There Is
n certancque in the National
League that always auie:'troubH,
and no presldent'seems ablo to please
the hunch. If Lynch succeeds he
will ,be entitled to' n jlot ojt.cr'eait.
A New. York paperpcommesHing 'on
the situation, remarks: ' "The
league- hiuy kick Lynch out of office'
at the end or his OvniJiut-Jt Js not feel confident tliut I can whip Kid
likely to trample him lo death In Itoynoldu and I will prove that I can
tho meantime." 4 ' I do so. If I lose, well, 1 will hide in--
No less than 1C8 games have, been clf."
scheduled for the coming season, and I Additional Sports on Face 8
there nro ninny people -Whcucojulcler j
that that Is too great n number. The n- 8. Lvltheud, Ihu soduwater matin
World' series cannot be played un- '"olurer. ruculvvd wotd of thu death of
III the end of the season, nnd that "' "'l'"r In Scotland, eslenla. Shu
brings the games Into tho latter putt WUH '"'"'' '"'ym of ago.
of October nhen tl)eiweuther Is not
nil that can be desred.
Bulletia Eiitoiiali lomiltwe 1U? I
Trans - Pacific Race
There Is much talk of a trans-Pa
cific yacht race now-a-days, and
Tom Hobron writes to a 'friend and
states thai he would like to act as
representative In San Francisco.
He would attend to all matters at
that end nnd would boost the race
for all he Is worth. y
Hobron talks of chartering a
yacht and competing In the race
himself; he might possibly get a
holiday and Jojn tho crew of the
Hawaii as an assistant navigator.
Sinclair, the owner of the Lurllne,
lb trying to cither sell or charter the
yacht to someone, but if he falls In
this he might epter for the race.
The Lurllne Is" at present at San
Pedro, where she Is (leing fixed up.
She should arrive In San Francisco
In the near future.
All yachting enthusiasts will be
glad to hear that Hobron Is so dee li
ly interested In the trans-Pacific
race, and his service will be much
appreciated by the people at this
end. The race seems sure to come
off now, and the Interest In it will
n a q
R'g IJAatch Race
Tornorrow At Hilo
When "')Vobbor and 'Major Collier
line up for the start of their match
rao (omorrow, tht- excitunicul on the
Hll' race track should be Intense.
Thcro was so much talk ebmit the ie
spectlve merits of 'the two hortos that
a match race seemed the only'way out
of tho cllfnculty."Mt..wlll bu ronicm
bored that there was some plllkla nt
the Hooltilti Park track on the Fourth
of Jujy and doubts as to Webber abil
ity expressed. .
Major Collier' rtaa-.kno remarkably
well Id races on the 111 a Island nrirt he
jU.l.good honest horse, y lie and WeV
uer snuuia pai up a iivauuiur raci orei
, mile and a quarter and. al Ovo.i
Weights,' It should be a close flnl.ih.
81111,MaJor Collier ha always done
what-'wasT asked him In trie past arid.
J providing that be Is fit and well ho
should beat Webber to the wlrt.
The nags will carry even weights
121 k)iiikIs nnd the winner takes the
$2000 wager which has been placed in
tho hands of the stakeholder. No
doubt there will bo many a bet made
ion the race and It would appear that
Collier will start favorite. .
In the three-quarter mite, free for
all, Webber and Collier may meet
again as tnv are both entered for tho
ace. J, T. unit Pocahontas are atso
In tho six furlong event out the u.
pair should hold them safe.
Latest Tips From
Old Hilo Town
Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 30. Hilo Is ono
of Dm busiest towns In the world Just
at the present time, Ilorso .races, 1G
miles Marathon race, and then the 21
rounds boxing contests at the Gaiety
Theater on Saturday evonlnB., January
1, 1910, shows that Hilo 1 still lead
ing In sports.
The boxing contests especially ore
attracting wido attention, for never In
the history of Hawaii has such n
bunch of flno mitt artists been seen
In the ring. '-Two good rattling prelim
inaries have been mulched together
between Ah Fook and W. lUddaky
Tom de Mella vs. Sam Hop, ihu fight-
The main fight will be a hot tine bo-
twoen Kid Heynolds of Washington
and Don do Mello, of Hilo, the undis
puted champion of the big Island. The
latter has no ring expcrlcnco but he
has the strength and the niulo punch
On being asked what they have to
say before tho tight, Kid Heynolds
said! , .,j r
"I am reudy for Ihu sound of the
gong. I urn just feelln-iflne .jipd 1
think I can prove to my friend that
I am Hen's master.' If I lose I haw
no excuse to offer. The best man
Den de Mello: "I have nnthltu
much to say except that I am O, K. I
The autcinsy held ivsteruav luoriilni!
on tile Imdy of Jno llniilanl rulealvd
thy CJiusc:.Iif death to bu duo to alco
J liulfWi. lie was I'liiplnji'd by'Phllllps
Monday and Tuesday
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Wednesday and Thursday
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"NATURE MAN" STANDING
POOR IN SOUTH SEAS
SAN FflACISCO, Dec. 21 J. T.
Dnrjing, the "nature man," former
student at Stanford University, has
lost caste with the natives of the
South Sea Island of Tahiti, accord
ing to passengers arriving here es
terday on the steamer Mariposa.
Darling, who will be remembered
for his eccentricities In going about
the streets bareheaded and bare
footed, nnd wearing Bcant clothing
but an abundance of hnlr, and dis
tributing cards containing freakish
Instructions ns to health nnd
longevity, hns been n resident of Ta
hiti for several jears.
For a long time Darling was wel
comed on board the Mariposa during
her visits at Papeete, hut when Cap
tain Hayward discovered that bags
lul of food and other article belong
ing to the steamer were being Ink
en awny by' the crow and taken
ashore by the visitor, he forbade
him going aboard. However, tho
"nature man" visit the dock cory
time the Murlposn arrive nt Pa
peete nnd casts wlHtful eyes to wu id
the galley,, where ho wa wont to
regnlo himself with robust monls,
for the time neglecting to observe
trie Ideas hejrled to Instill In others.
T'ie ituro man" Is neither mar-
r k'u 'nor apt to be, say tho traveler
from the 8outh Sciib. Native of tho
IsIcb laugh at his queer ways and
legitrd him as u great deal of u freak
Lut through It nil Darling mingle
with them, teaching mid preaching
nnd looking for good snuaro hikhIs
n visiting ships.
It tw stnteil ll time. Iti .I..,-..,. I-.. ..
tho officials at the. Queen's hospllnl nro
ii no wise responsible for Kulliiiu rVu.
ng that lustl iitPm. They Man. lli'
ho would not allow un rxnuihintltfi of
Ills Injury In bo made In n thorough
manner, objecting to limine lilt, Tiali
cut or otherwise being lnt Into condl
t on lor oxaiiilniiiloii. Ho wug wnrllr,i
that he wan limlli in.rt i,, i... ...... .
,, . , , "' no llt'lllt'U
Ho luct mid uxprusbt'd n desire to gel
Jioiiu. in his wahlne. In spite of nil
insllti to snjuroil mini left the
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