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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLTILtJ. T. II., -WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8, 110
If you've pictures to be framed, you will be clad to
tec the assortment of mouldings recently arrived.
As usual there is a wide choice of styles and woods,
and ,a good selection of ready-made square, round and oval
We have the best facilities for framing pictures of
all sizes, from miniatures to life size portraits.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Best for the home laundry. It is
white contains no rosin. Harder
therefore will last longer; weighs
more, therefore will do more work.
Sold by All Grocers
If desired, we will deliver goods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Messenger Service.
' ''Without Extra Charge; -
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The Houte of Quality. Winei and Liquor.
Ppn'nlp' who Qre a11 tllc time talkins tcm
A CLJlt; WllV XL t: pCrancc art. usually 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 merit, but it is not the horror that you think it is. We have
known, intimately, persons who drank a little br at times, who did not
seem 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 favpred 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."
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While: the views of the editor of " HarpensJ-WeJf,' are not
entirely our own they undoubtedly represent ithe sanfe views of a
temperance man. j M'",'
When it comes to good beer there is strength and-health
in every drop and not a, bitpf harm in a barrel. Thebeer to
drink in Hawaii is
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carefully made and every
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perfect rolls will reach you That's
why it never lealtt There are no
Haws, no thin places, no weak spots.
Once it is on the roof, the water s
will not get through.
A sample will show 7OU why.'
Send for it to-day; it' free.
Lewers & Cooke,
Hotel & Union.
for Groceries. Phone 76.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel St. Phone 218.
XMAS RED BERRT WREATHS
Tonne Bide. Tel. 339
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BY V. I.. STEVENSON.
Some Locaj! and
American Lawn Tennis, one of' the
best tennlB magazines In the world,
has I nits December number an nr
tlclo on E. 3. Oe'e, the Hawaiian
champion. The well-known player's
photograirTTIs also reproduced and It
(hows hlni looking rather youngish.
Geo, In writing to the magazine,
goes .on to speak of Will Iloth In
Ilntterlng terms. He nays In part!
"Iloth has Improved wonderfull.
Ills short volleying' Is almost per
fect, as he can catch a ball from al
most any angle -and place It; his The V. M. C. A. may get up a dou
nblllty to reach the net on service. Hea handicap In the near future,
In three or four strides nlso helps and such un event would be popu-hlra-'greatly,
and Long and Mc-lar with the members.
Loughlln thought his overhead Oolf Is with us always, but even
smashes wertf ntarvelous." the keenest of players are being ills-
According to the magazine, dee touroged by the rain. The Coun
played a lot of tennis back east, and try Club links are looking well and
nt Washington he and Harold Doyle the professional Is doing some fine
held the District of Columbia clinm
plonshlp for two' seasons.
American Lawn Tennis month by
month hab some line articles on the
game, and the editorial in the De
cember number, entitled "The For
lorn Hope," and which deals with
the Davis Cup, Is well worth read
ing, Another on "Young Illood" Is
nlto worthy of attention, as the
writer takes the stand that there Is
a scarcity of coming champions and
that the old players like Ward and
half a dozen others are a long way
ahead of their nearest opponents
in the younger group.
It appears that in France should
it server hit his partner with the
ball when attempting to deliver n
service, the nee Is called against the
server, not us In England and
America, a fault. The French ten
nis authorities are endeavoring to
have their rules changed so as to
agree with those of other countries.
In Australia young idayers re
ceive much attention from the older
men, and recently there was a serv
Ing competition brought off. The
conditions provided that each com
petitor should have eight services.
and a maximum of three points was
allowed for each scrvlco, considera
tion being given to pac"e, length and
placing near the side lines.
There weie, twenty-five entries
and the event was watched with
much Interest by n crowd of specta
tors. The value of such u compe
tition Is obvious, and It will be well
for the local experts to encourage
something of the sort at our schools
Long and McLoughlln should ar
rive today on the Moana, and it Is
to be hoped that the original scheme
of having them stay over a week or
to Is adhered to, ns Iloth and (lee
would like to have another go at
tt it 8
Hawaii Is certainly on the map as
regards athletics, and the fact that
Lathrop Withington, a Honolulu
boy, has just been elected captain
of the Harvard football team for
the present year Is good news to the
friends of Hawaii nei.
Only two men Withington and
Corhett were nominated for the
position, and on the second ballot
Withington was unanimously elect-
ed. The new captain played left
guard on the varsity team last sea
ton, and Jt was his first experience
of college football. He rowed on his
freshmen crew last year, nnd wns
No. G In the winning varsity eight.
Paul Withington has also been an
oarsman and rowed last year at No,
C In the varBlty eight. Lathrop
Withington has also been elected
president of his class; he ram as an
Independent in the election and
polled twice as many votes as his
The new captain Is one of three
.trlen. wfio have the right to wear
the "H" In two major sports. Paul
.Wilmington nlso has the honor' and
Ik considered tho best all around
athlete at the University, Hono
Hi'luvmaywell be proud of tho two
y,dutigmen, and it all tends to show
that tho much abused semi-tropical
climate Is as good as any to live In.
Walter Camp has, In his All
America selections, given the two
Withington boys a place on the
teams. Paul Is placed at center on
the second eleven, and Lathrop at
gunrd' on tho third eleven.
It is a tribute to the versatility of
tho President that he spoke to un
nudlyice on the llowery u New
York ami was uble to make himself
uudertpod -without the'tiln ofan In
iBrl'fftflffihOnu who cnit.do'ihat'ma'y
bu 'rightfully. icallccl U'llngulsd "'
R T S
In Sporting Line
Things In the sporting line are
very quiet Just now, anil the wet
weather has spoiled what tittle there
y.as doing. The soccer football men
have not finished up their season
yet and will play on two Saturdays
The wren sailing races are at
tracting a lot of attention every
Sunday, but even they have been In
terfered .with by the high winds.
Ilaseball Is pad for the Benson, and
tennis tournaments are non est.
work there. Out at llalelwa Clif
ford Kimball Is busy on the golf
links and tennis courts, and the
visitors to the beautiful resort have
n good time on Sundays.
Iloxing is dead, and the prospects
of anything In that line appear jioor
for some time to come, Most of the
bunch of trainers utid mascots have
gone to work, ''and no longer Is
heard the thud of tho, glove against
the pug's ltdlnt. Even Professor
Hob Ross has flitted from town, and
Is now holding' down a good Job at
Pearl Harbor. Ross has trained
many a boxer here and In other
parts. of the world; what he does not
know about the game Is well worth
being Ignorant of.
Thcro may be u slight revival of
boxing In Hilo. as the recent tour
nanifcnt there upbears to have been
a success. Samuel ..Hop will bring
back some sfoflcs of' the Rainy CUy,
and as "Kid" Franklin Is said to be
anxious ;ohave B .goarKld.JtW5'
nolde. otherwise Clarence, a match
may be arranged between them.
The anniversary of (he llalelwa
Marathon is coming around, and,
although most of the runners have
become bo used to drawing down
coin Instead of more modest prizes,
the race may come off again. It was
a huge tsuccess last time, and the
train that ran down to the finish
was crowded with a good bunch of
Yes, things ure dead In the sport
ing line Just now, but there should
be a general waking up when the
ruin ceases for a while.
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Another Ten Mile
Race Is Probable
Talk of another running race over
(ither a ten or' fifteen mile course Is
being revived, and sevoral men who
think they can defeat Antone Kaoo
ere simply dying to have a go at the
nawallan champion runner.
Juckbon s confident thut. he can
lake the old Walalua Horse's scalp
ever fifteen miles or the full Mara
thon race, and he Is hoping that
some such race will be arranged.
Jackson also thinks thut ho would
have a good chance against Kaoo
over ten miles, but It would be hard
to convince anybody else that be
Frank Scharsch Is n man who
really is capable of extending Kuoo
over ten miles, and a rucei between
l the two would bo u fine one. It will
be remembered (but Scarfcch ran u
beautiful race In the league ground
Marathon, and thut he arid -downey
lead the field by a lot up to the ten
Scharsch also did remarkably well
In the llalelwa Marathon and up till
the time ho got the cramps at Pearl,
City was a long way In' the lead. He,
If properly trained, should cover the
ten miles lu rast tlmo, and as Dill
Chilton Is said to have made up his
mind to train Scharsch, It may be
thlit a new champion 'will! Wrct the
honors from the old Hawaiian,'
Tsukatnoto Is said to .haye, "Jijijtj
uivur wiin nis countrymen, unu, al
though he put up a game race
ugilnst Kaoo, the men who backed
him to win are reported to'- have'
givjen htm the cold shoulder.
The Athletic Park" Is still lu a
muddy condition, and there seems
to be no chance of tho Diamond
Head-J, A. C. games coming off.
Tho wet weather bus disorganized
everything and the prospects ure
that all Idea of tho series will be
dropped till next baseball season.
The suggestion that legislation bu
enacted requiring licenses for football
games In tho District of Columbia evl-
denjly wus Inspired by u desire to
make tho spurt ut least us sufu as the
plfelfl-currylug habit. Iteuo Kvenlng
Opens Next Week
This evening at f, o'clock the en
try list for the poultry show will
close, anil everyone with a decent
chicken had belief get n move on
and pay n visit to K. O. Hall's sport
ing department before the hour men
tioned. L. C. Abies is in charge of
the entry list and he will give nil
the Information necessary.
The show will open next Wednes
day and will be continued for four'
days. The National Guard Armory i
has been borrowed for the occasion,
and, Judging from the entry lists,
the show will be one of the best and
largest ever brought off in Hawaii.
Some excellent specimens of the
different breoils will bo benched,
and the high standard of past years
will be maintained, If nut improved
upon. There are many poultry fan
tiers In Honolulu, and the different
types of birds are nil well repre
sented on Oalm. The poultry show
has always attracted a big crowd of
lovers of "biddy," and this year's
exhibition should prove no exception
to the rule.
n n n
Local and Coast
The utility of the automobile am
bulance and lis great advantage over
the horse-drawn ambulance was
again demonstrated n few days ago
when the Studebakcr ambulance
made a run of mora than 2f,4 miles,
going by way of Sausalito, Mill Val
ley, Petaluma, Napa, Fairfield, Kl
mlro. Woodland, thence back to Fair
field, thence SuUiin, Cordelia, llciie
cla, Port Costa and Oakland, llo
tween Port Costa nndf Oakland the
roads were found in the best condi
tion says the Chronicle.
C. A. King started from Mill Val
ley nnd proceeded to Woodland. Ac
cording to King the road from here
to Napa was In fulrly good condi
tion, but fmm Napa to Woodland
tho ambulance negotiated roads
which were In very bad shape, duo
largely to the recent 'rains and ulso
lo the fact that the courso which
King followed was one which Is very
teliloin used and consequently filled
with bowlders, mud, tree stumps and
almost every obstacle conceivable.
The Studebakers state that this is
the first time that an automobile am
bulance now in commission In the
West has. made. such n long run. Des
pite "the bad condition of the road
between Napa nnd Woodland' there
we a noticeable iib.eiice of Jars and
The average parts factory is being
hammered from morning till night
every day in the week and month by
manufacturer clamoring for Imme
diate delivery. When one manufac
turer Biicreeds In getting his parts,
another has to surfer, because ho has
to wait far his car. Doubtless tho
Mtuatlon will adjust Itself In time.
There will be an Increase In the ma
nufacture of parts In this country.
That Is absolutely Imperative. Now
companies will, in time, ease up the
Of cnumo the automobile manu
facturer who In the strictest sense
of the word manufactures his own
car views this peculiar eltuallou
with perfect equanimity. Thus the
Cadillac Company Is In the enviable
position of building 9B per cent of
nil the parts which enter Into the
construction of the Cadillac "thirty."
hqulpped with our own natteru-
mnkers, our own foundries, our own
machine shops; and casting our own
cylinders, manufacturing our own
transmissions, carburetors, radiators,-
etc., we feel ourselves," says
W. C. Leland, general manager of
tho Cadillac Company, "absolutely
Immune from the gieat majority of
the thousand troubles which will un
doubtedly beset the manufacturer
during the coming henson."
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World's most famous
and best; the whiskey
that has girdled the
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Yee Chan & Co..
'Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Cor, Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets.-
Introducing the Seven Veiled Dance.
Staged under the directions of
HAPPY JACK WALKER
Miss Jeannette 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 Best Products of the Camera
From All Parts of the World.
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
, THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
IN THE '
The Last Confession
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Berctania
J. A. C. vs. DIAMOND HEADS
SUNDAY. JAN. 2, 3:30 P. M.
First Mcctinp; of Major and
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Good Music by Kawnilmu Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Dr. J. H. Raymond'
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Akkra St., Mauka Pacifio Club,
Office Hours From 10 to 12: from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 590. Residence, 14G0.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yec Hop & Co.
for gifts at
Wing On. Chong's,-,
Bethel St., Between King nndllotcl
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