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BVENTNTJ BTJLLETm, HONOLULU, T. IT.. TUESDAY. JAN. 4, 1910.
Best for the home laundry. It is
white contains ntf rosin. Harder
therefore will last; longer; weighs
more, therefore will do more work.
Sold by All Grocers
Our magnificent collection of
is now in transit from the States-
and the Orient. It will be ready
for your inspection with the New
YEE CHAN-CO. '
Kin 7 and Bethel Streets.
If dciired, we will deliver goods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Meuenger Service.
Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Winet and Liquors.
Pretty Patterns in
New Year Styles
Display in Window.
Pponle who a re
,C . . - . pcrancc
who use the most intemperate language.
recently written hy one of these, "Harper's Weekly,", the great
A'mcrrean newspaper, replied as follows: ,
' "Harper's Weekly is by no means as much opposed to beer at you
arc. It believes thatpure 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 it tbeir office, 'not ours. But we
think that for the common run of'pjople who aren8t abstainers a little '
beer is a safer drink than a little whiskey, and a great deal of beer
v 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 in 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."
While the views of the, editor of " Harper's ',Wee.ltik" are not
entirely our own they undoubtedly represent X. nie views of a
temperance mm. u tA r ' , ,
When it comes to good. beer there' is strength and health
in every drop and not a bit of harm in a barrel. The beer to
drink, in Hawaii is
Jj"J jsM m W TM
r . '. yui'c.
The .Beer 'That's
jRlaa.' To Suit The Climate
i w ni"i
A strong phrase, but
it's a good name, for'
Congo. Perfect rollj,
carefully made and eery
one inspected and tested. No in
perfect rolls will reach jou That's
why it neer leaks. There are no
flaws, no thin places, no weak spot,
Once it is on the roof, the water s
will not get through.
A sample will show job why.'
Send for it to-day; k' free,
Hotel & Union. .
CALENDABS and LEATHER
for Groceries. Phone 76.
OFFICE SUPPLY t0.,
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
ISO Hotel St. Phone 218.
XHAS RED BERRY WREATHS
Yonne Bldtr Tel. 339
answer to a letter
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
Hilo Field Sports
Provide Much Fun
Although the llllo horse races
were rather tame, the field sports ex
cited a lot of Interest, and the com
petitors, who hailed, from alt parts
ot tho Island, put up. some good rec
ords In the different events.
Maknmtl. the hero ot the Fourth
of July sports meeting, again pulled
off n lot of prises. Ule Is an athlete
of no mean ability, and his capturing
ot four first prises was a remarkable
The ten miles running race us
suosutuieu tor tne
ovent, and Ah Pook,
tho distance In 1 hour and 1G mln -
lues; Knoo's time nt the Athletic
i'ark was six and-one-half minutes
faster than the. llllo' man made.
The full results of the different
Held sports follow;
Hammer Throw Forbes, 90.2 (
feet, winner; F. M., Anderson, 88.8;
C. Makuuul, 72.11; J. T. Molr, 68.
Shot Put Makanul. 37.2 1-2 feet.
winner; P. M. Anderson, 37 1-2;
Korbes, 16; W. Ilrle.'n, 32.8 1-2. ,
Putting Weight' I Korbes, 39.3
feet, winner; Anderson, 34. 6; Molr,
28; Makanul, 24.9. s I
Hop, Skip and Jump W. Desha,
37.6 1-2 feet, winner; Mnknunl,
Anderson, 30.51 1-2; Forbes,
Long Jun) Mnkanul,
winner; Desha, 18.4;
(0.4 1.2; Forbes. J5.4.
HlglrJump Makanul, 4.
winner! Desha, not measured
on, not inensured.
Pole Vault- Makanul, 9 feet, win
tier; Desha, 8.10; Forbes, not meas
100 Yard Dash Desha, winner; j
Makanul, second; time not taken.
Mile Kun Those entering were
Malfanul, Neye,Ah Fook, and Car
ler. On passing -the grandstand
after the first half-'mtle, the order
Was as follows, a Ah Fook, Carter,
Makanul anil Neves. Makanul quit
ut this point, nnd Ah Fook dropped
behind Carter, who tlnlshed first, a
good hundred yards ahead of Ah
Fook, who came second, with Neves
about the same, distance behind Ah
' Marathon Ah Fook, llllo. first,
I, Id; SW Hop, Honolulu, second,
1:35; Tsugl Yoshldm llllo, third,
1:40; ilcrnurd Kolekoll, boy orator,
did not finish. The race was run
over a ten mllo courso only, as the
truck was too heavy for fifteen miles,
Looks Like No .
There does not seem to be much
chance of tho Inter-League baseball
KorlcH coming oft nfler all. The open.
;ng game haa been so many times
IKistpoued that much Interest la being
lout In tho matter,
First of all It was the illness of a
couple of players that prevented a
start being made. Then the bad
weather started and so much rain felt
that the Park has never had u chance
of diylng up properly. The diamond
was In ,a fearful state last Saturday
and looked like a beach from which
I ho tide had receded.
From present Indications, the rain
la not pan, and If that Is the case It
would be JiiBt as well to drop the Idea
of the series. Doth nines did a lot of
practice during the last few weeks, but
they are letting up on the strenuous
afternoon stunts now that there 'seems
to bo no hopo of the games being
,It would havo been Interesting to
see what the Oahu League could do
ogalLst the "Big" players, but there
does not seem to be any probability
of ony such match coming off for some
time lo come.
a ri n
Ab ardently devoted to motoring
ns-evcri George A. Hensley, former
ly 'of 'the Ilenslqy-Smlth Company of
Sttn PrandBco, but now living tu
Loudon, England, Is In San Fran
clsco' on a flying visit, 1160816 was
the (lint owner to set the San Fran
cUco-Los Angeles record under the
twenty-four hour mark when he pi
loted IiIb 190G White Steamer to the
Kouthern city In some hours less
time. He still owns a White Steam
tar and declares that it Is satisfying
his wauts ns well aatever.
London traffic conditions are pe
cullar, he says; the dence masses of
vehicles requiring a snail's pace
wii legated with sudden buists of
high tpeed to, get clear of the t.uiglo,
find, that .,1,116 steam machine)) ait
well nttedll,fnr H conditions "dnh
i popular Villi KnglUh motorists.
Davis Cup Men
When Long and Mclaughlin step
oft the Canadian-Australian liner to
morrow, they will be at once Invit
ed to star over a week or so In Ho
nolulu and have some matches
against our cracks.
The two joung tennis experts ap
pear to have had a good time In Aus
tralia, and there Is no doubt that
the sports down under treated the
Americans well. The Kanguroo
landers never ask, and do not care
a whoop, what nationality a man Is:
as long as the visitor Is a "white
who wnn. illd.innn lie I.' treated the nroner wav.
ibong and McLaughlin are such a
decent pair ot young men that It
goes without salng that they will
tell us straight of the way they
were feted and made much of In
INew South Wales.
It Is to be hoped that Long has
not lost that wonderful serve of his
ion the way across the western Pa
'cinc. He, Judging from press re
ports, , got his serve In nearly every
time, and It astounded the racquet
wlelders of the Commonwealth,
If the Davis cup men are In form
there will be a treat In store for alt
lovers of the game, and our two best
men 'will have a hard task ahead of
them to get n game or two In any
t.et they play against the young Call
fornlnns. $t 8,
His From Lang
Twelve thousand Sydney fight fans
watched poor old Dob Fltislmmons get
his from Dill Lang. The fight went
twelve rounds before Lang got In a
hard uppercut to the Jaw and the
freckled wonder took the count.
At the atart nfthw contest Lang ap
peared to be nervous -and he'w
hootrd by the big crowd for hanging
on In the clinches. Old, Dob fought
clean, and was cheered every time he
landed a good1 one on Lang. As the
light progressed Lang got confidence
and started rdshlng at Pitt, but the
old warrior did somo clever foot work
and ducking and Lang could not for
a long time land a punch on his man,
In the twelfth round Lnng rushed
Fltz through tho ropes and floored
him with a right-hand swing. Fltz
took tho count of nlno and then arosp
very groggy, tang then administered
the winning hit, and tho onetlmo
champion of the world went down and
out for good.
1-ang's woiht was ghen as 188
pounds, and Fltz's na 156. The old
time wonder was not only giving away
32 pounds weight but also about twen
ty )ears in age,
Soccer Men Will
Play On Saturday
Next Saturday at the League
grounds two soccer games will be
played, and as there will be no
counter attraction, n large crowd
should attend and barrack for their
The first game 'will be between
the Iron Works and the Punahoui,
and a fine lively exhibition of soc
cer should eventuate.. The H. I, W.
boys are Improving every time they
step onto the football field, and they
wilt be at their best next Saturday
The second game will bo played
hy the Malles" and High Bchool, and
i, tuu, bjiuuiu iiruviuv nuiiiv ijouu
ON KAMEHAMEHA RANGE
Tho Cadets' pf the three upper
grades couiDlobjd their target shoot- Jng In this league, both of those
Ing Monday morning out at the Fort grades stating that -lhoy lmvo no
. ... . ,., , teams to competo In tho different
Shatter range. They will now tako ,B ,pte of this tho five other
up record firing at 200 and 3qo yards. I grndfll iaV8 cntcrcd teams In all
Last Friday Cadet Lieut. Joh'h Dal three starts, The second grado has
held the record for WOO yards making a strong ten for Its class and they
37 points out of GO, Tho best fifteen have won their first game from the
shots In the taiget practice now going third grade. The soccer Berles will
on will form tho Kamehameha School ho continued while in camp.
Rifle team. Tho Cadets left School for a live
On New Year's day a game of roc- day's camp at Moanalun this morn
cer was played on tho School ground lng at 7:30 o'clock,
between two teams of tho Intergrado Capt. Johnson ot tho bark Nuuanu,
league, vlx: tho fourth and fifth gavo a talk to the cadets Sunda)
grades. Twenty-five minute halves evening about tome of his voagcs.
wore vlaycd. E. Noah mired tho Following Is the record of I'rcllm
only goal of tho day for the 5th grade. Inary Firing;
Order. 20p )ds 300 yds. COO jds. Total.
1. O. Knnohl , 29 31 23 86
2. K. Mackcntlu
3. W, Kill ,...,
4. It. Kaawa .., ,
5. II. Apo .',..;
6. 8. Huh!
7. It. Uargess ,
8! 0."Hewltt ?,?....
9.' W. KumaiopUl-rrv.i..t. :..,..
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3. w, Eli -so so n so You'll Find " l " 111
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0. 8. Ilusl 32 31 12 75 for gifts at 4aM'i
7. II. Udrgess , , 21 23 21 74 "Mr:.,,- f iU. . "JWL"i
8! O.-Hwltt :.?....' i 28, 26 20 74 Wing Ull ChOng S,WfJ
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Local and Coast
The Associated garnge have three
Hudson Twenties coming on the Lur
llne, and the care ore all sold to ar
rive. The Hudson nre rapidly be
coming known right through the
group, and Mr. Odell Is visiting the
other Islands and taking the demon
strating car with him. lie has been
to kaual and Maul, and Is going to
Hawaii on Tuesday next; he Intends
doing some fast times otcr the roads
of the big Island.
Three Kissel Kars are alio expect
ed to reach the Associated by the
next Alameda. A Premier "40" has
been shipped from the factory and
should arrive In the near future. The
Premier Is a beautiful tjpe of ma
chine and a very staple car. Mana
ger John Ross of Hakalau planta
tion has been driving a Premier for
over four years now, and has had
no trouble with it. He likes the ma
chine Immensely nnd swears by the
A. It. Ileardsley, who has been
traveling all over England, Scot
land and Europe In a Premier, has
written the company to tho effect
thnt he has driven the car for 4,785
miles and has had nothing but a lit
tle tire trouble.
He drove the car ocr the St.
Slmplon pass from Italy to Switzer
land and made good time over thnt
steep grade. The Premier is well
kdown oter on the continent and Is a
popular car everywhere.
The repair shop at the Associated
Is kept very busy now das, and
Manager Hall will be glad when the
proposed enlargement of the premis
es takes place.
Th 3chuman g.irage reports ship
ping an E. M. P. "30" to G. T. Qrelg.
bookkeeper nt Makawell plantation.
Thnt bill mill is now well supplied
wltht automobiles, and the E. M. F.
enrs are spreading all over the Gar
des Island. "
Ity the Mongolia tho SchUman
people received two E. M. P. cars,
and I hey were both sold to arrive.
One machine was u touring cur and
the other u roadster.
The Studebaker Flanders car will
be down from the mainland soon; n
demonstrating car will be here next
month, and then the low-pilced cars
will cause a sensation.
The -Volcano Btahlcs, llllo. report
having driven one ot their. K, M. P.
tare nearly'8,'000 mllesslnce getting
It, and they huve had no trouble
with the machine.
Manager Dodge of the von llamm
Young parage, reports selling u
Pope Hartford machine to Ilrure
Kennedy of llllo. The car was
shipped esterdny and will be a fino
New Year's present.
The repair shfps of the Young
garage aro full i.i the time, and the
big staff of skilled mechanics Is kept
busy at present. The llaker Electric
car Is attracting a lot of attention
and tho probabilities are that a mini
bcr of them will be seen around the
i Ity before very long. ,
The rncnt Oklahoma-El Ileno
race was won by a Cadillac car, driv
en by Niii'iian Bnillh, who won the
cup of feted by the Oklahoma Auto
mobile Association, The race was
filled with thrilling incidents, due
to the roughness of the course. Des
pite this, Smith made the 67 miles
s The death of Mrs. I-nftan ot tho
'New York Sun Is another reminder
of the debt of American Journalism
to the Irish editor.
(.port. The Malles are supposed to
be the strongest team In the compe
tition, but they will have to show
letter foru than they have lately i
The soccer people have been up
against It for sure this season, and
they have had awful luck as regards
weather. The rain hns Interfered
with all their games, and, although
the playeis have never absolutely
abandoned the Idea of playing, some
ui ine uiaiciivs were uijuiiiii; avcum.
The Juniors and Seniors aru not pla
25 28 28 81
'36 30 14 80
26 23 31 80
31 26 IS 75
32 31 12 75
21 29 24 74
28. 26 20 74
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Cor. Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets.'
Introducing the Seven Veiled Dance.
Staged under the directions of
HAPPY JACK WALKER
Miss Jeannctte Cooper will intro
duce this startling New York sensa
tion for the first time in this city.
The Popular Soubrette
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
And the Rest Products of the Camera
From All Parts of the World.
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
THE BEST M0VIN0 PICTURES
IN THE '
The Factory Girl"
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children Go.
Fort Street Below Beretania
AY , J
J. A. C. vs. DIAMOND HEADS
SUNDAY, JAN. 2. 3:30 P. M.
.''First Meeting of Major and
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St.," near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Good Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement. .
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Dr. J. It Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SUlQEOlfc
Alakra St., Maulu Pacific Club, i
Office Hours From 10 to 12; fro
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS .10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 080. Residence, 1480.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach.'
Meals At All Hours. .
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