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BVKNINO MULLKTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. JAN. 10, 1910.
, la the day that everybody has a chance to go to the bin
While you arc there, do not forget to put in a little time looking
over our display of
s JNCUBATOItS, BROODERS, POULTRY FOODS AND SUNDRIES
Wc will have the CYPHERS INCUBATOR at work hatching out a
lot of egg, and as it is under' the immediate charge of Mother Henables
you can figure on seeing some prcttv fine chicks, though the late thun
derstorms and New Year's bombs may reduce the size of the hatch this
Keep the Poultry Show in mind don't fail to see it and also
keep in mind the fact that we havs CYPHERS' fine line of POULTRY
SUPPLIES in stock. t
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
If desired, we will deliver goods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Messenger Service.
' Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
furiiitnrt and Piano Moving.
We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands.
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is good.
TTERE'S a pointer for you. If you are
- Hunting for Health drink a Mglass cf
Primo Beer with your meals.
Itaids digestion, induces sleep, and quiets
tired, worn-out nerves. ' " 4
The little alcohol is too slight to be con
, sidered, except as it aids the digestive.' functions
and gives ri slight stimulation.
One of the best things it does is to flush
thesystem. Water doss not taste good enough
you'jdpnt drink enough of it ; that's, where
one oftthe yirtu.es of Primo Beer1
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BsM.i m F .OZX'irk
our pnysician about it;
The Beer Thft's
To Suit Hie CBm&le
A itrongphrase, but
it'i a good name, for
Congo. Perfect rolls.
carefutly made and every
one Inspected and teited. No imV'
perfect rolls will reach you. That'f
why it neer leaks. There are no
flaws, no thin placet, no weak (pots.
Once it it on the roof, the atw
will not get through, f
A umpU wg show ydw wfcy.1; I
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Hotel & Union.
CALENDARS and LEATHER
for Groceries. Phone 76.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
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BY V, I.
Two Tied Soccer
On Saturday afternoon at the
loaauo around two lino games o( soc-
jber football w.'tra i1m -t, uiiil both of
,thcm resulted In a tiro, Tlio I'uus-
houj and Ironwork? pcu:tl ono goal
each, and tho Mnllca ami lllgli School
followed biiII and thcl t,um, w.ia oIbo
Ak a result of SattirdV names Ihc
iMallcg arid Punahous cru mill tlo I for
first ptaco and tho IronMVnrkr and
High School follow In that drier. Aka
na, plaed a great game for thu Iron
Works and was brilliant all tho time.
"Klddo" Chllllngworth did ii1cndld
work and ho and Ilrothor Dob woru thu
backbone of their team.
Tho Punahous w'cro tho first to
Bcoro In their gamo with tho Iron
Works and It wna Walker who did
tho trick. Macaulay, In tho second
half,, punted tho ball through the
posts and scored tho second goai of
tho match, and mado tho gamo a tic.
1 Tho play allround was good, and In
tho second,, half tho Iron Works at
tacked all (tho time, but tho defense of
tho PunahouY was too good. Cation
nearly scored for tho Puns at one
tlmo and his kick sent the ball agaiusl
(ho cross bar; It was hard luck that
ho failed fto score
tho'econd gamo was remarkable
for tho quick order In which tho hint
scoro was made. Zlcglcr, Bhortly af
ter tho start, kicking, a .goal, which
was almost blocked by Illco. The
Malles, with ono goal to tho good, felt
cry Jubilant and their supporters
Tho High School, however, was not
to bo donloj'anil thoy attacked strong
ly In tho-second half and EddloVcr-
nandez, doing some good work, sent
the ball to Monxnrrat, who passed to
Krcndo, and the latter kicked tho goal.
There was no moro scoring d6no
during tho' gatno and It- ended tn a
draw. Thrf class of soccer played waa
really good and tho few fans who
turned ouf'had a treat. It Is n pity
that tho soccer followers will not pat
ronlzo thogames better, for tho play
ers certainly put In omo'good work
on tho field and thoy descrvo better
' a a u
Lihue Kegel Club
Has Fine Contest
The scml-unnual bowling context
of the l.lhue kegel Clul) took place
last Sunday at the 'lubls alley, sas
tho Garden Island.
A majorlt) of tho members were
present, and a spirited struggle for
the hoadr of having one's name In
scribed on tho handsome cup pre
sented b) the late C. M. Cooke took
place. The tournament began at
1:30 p. tn. and lasted until nearly
dark. Ilesides the silver cup, there
wero several other prlzeswhlch were
offered by the club.
Q, K. Winter plajed a very fine
game and was the winner of the
chief prize, with a score of 185,
which excelled his own previous best
tecord. He was closely followed by
If. D. Wlshard, who made 180. Next
tamo II. Rico Jr., with a score
of 165,. and A. D. Hills was fourth',
with a score of 157. These four
were the winners, and took the
prizes offered, Winter getting a fine
acetleno lamp. In addition to the
Cooke Cup, the Becond prize consist
ing of a Thermos bottle In a hand
some leather case, the third a to
bacco jar, and the fourth aateln.
The meet was a great success In
overj way, and tho members .are now
looking forward with anticipation to
the mld- ear tournament, which' will
bo held on the Fourth of July.
FIFTH ANNUAf "
BY THE HAWAIIAN POULTRY
With Educational Exhibits jly the
Hawaii Experiment Station and the
Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry.
IN THE NATIONAL GUARD
Jan-12, 13, 14 & 15.
DAY AND EVENING
Admission ,,25 Cents of the Studebaker. In which he num.
Children under 12 vmh 10 Pntil,"'r nf cnrH nllnn(,l f"r next ear
.Children under 14 yean.. .10 Centi rcnclles over th0 ,, k ' .
Season tickets , $1.00
Saturday Tennis '
Won By Visitors
Mclaughlin and Long, aa was ex
pected, hid' no trouble In beating
their opponents In the singles tour
nament on Saturday at the Uere
tanla courts. There was a big
crowd present, and all the good ral
lies were applauded In great style.
Ceo waa the first man to play and
he went up against Long, who had
no trouble In winning the first set,
6-0. The sun Interfered with Gee's
play a lot, and he was plainly right
off his game. In the second set hi
did much better, however, and five
all was called at one stage of the
Then Long captured two games
and with them the set, 7-5. The
young Callfornlan had to play up In
order to defeat dee, and the tennis
was good at times.
McLoughlln and Long also played
two seta against Castle and Low, tfut
me locals were easily ueteated, H-l,
6-2. In all departments of the game
the Callfornlans were too good for
the Honolulu men, and the victory
was a very easy one.
Ihcre was some good golf at Mnana
lua yesterday when-the championship
was played for. Austin White won out
In the handicap andas he had already
won the cup twlco before, It now be
comes bis property for good. Tho offi
cial scores are as follows:
'it : : :
Austin White, scratch.... 43 40 83
W. Wooa,i15-'... 49 49 83
It. A. Jordan. 18 52 56 90
C. S. Weight, 15 51 64 90
11. A. Wilder, 9 61 60 92
P. Halsjead, 2 .V....48 49 95
H. II. Walker. 6 49 62 96
J. D. Mclncrny, 15 ..?... 56 55 96
Geo. Angus, 2 46 52 96
8. G. Wilder,'-9 ....
E,0, White. 5 63 60 98
A. Jordan, 12 ,65 56 99
V. Klebahn, a .'. 52 64 107
I-. 11. Armstrong, 2 56 63 107
Hilo People Would
Like Yucht Race
Georgo Turner, who Is a'member
of the Hawaii Yacht Club, was In
llllo Sunday talking over the pleas
nnt trip the Honolulu boys had
when they tame here more than a
)ear ago In the race with the Lur
line, saying that It had not been
forgotten, and that the Honolulu
)achtsmen often spoke of the cordi
al and generous treatmeqt they had
received at the hands of the people
Another transpacific jacht race Is
anticipated for September next,
when It Is hoped that one of tho
Eastern jacht clubs will be repre
sented in theso waters. An Inter
Island race Is also being discussed,
and Kahulul Is anxious that It take
place between Honolulu and the
Maul port. The Honolulu boys, how
ever, are Inclined to prefer another
trip to llllo, and It Is thought that
the offer of a cup by the people here
would close the matter and that an
other fleet of halt a dozen yachts
might again be seen in Hilo Day.'
Local and Coast
With the announcement that It
wlll'mauufacture 41,000 cars during
the season, the Studebaker Company
will probably capture the honor ot
making the largest number Of auto
mobiles during one year since trie be-gtnnlng-of
-the -automobile Industry.
American manufacturers Bevera)!sea
pons ago assumed the eud Inl the
nutnber of , motor cars turned out
annually, and ever slnte It-has been
a struggle between the home manu
facturers as to who would build the
largest number. Several of the fac-
rtorlea buldlng the uopular-prlced
cars have arranged to turn out from
10.000 to 30,000 fqr the coming year
tut the reports of the factory spe
.Iflcatlons. Just-received by Chester
IN. Weaver. Western ri.rontatu-A
"nloubtedly glv that firm the lead.
According to the reports, this
great number of cars' will be divid
ed In three classes the Studebaker
K. M. P.. the Btudehaker' Flanders
and the SluAebak'cr Qarford. The1
Flanders, 'which Is Ihe latest of tho
Btudehaker lino to 'be manufactured
belongs to the poputar'-prlced t)pe
of motor car. Twenty-five thousand
of these -cars aro expected to be put
on the market durlnr the season.
I Fifteen thousand ,ot Ufa Biudeb'a'kcr
H. M. V. and 1 2.600 nf the" lnrse
i. . . . 1 . .jr.-". 1
Studebaker Qarford will form the
balance of 'the outputt The coast
will receive about 8,090 of these .cars
the first pf which are now being
hipped from the Detroit factdry.' '
"Motor cap will never bo cheaper
than they are this yj ear," rfay's H. O.
Harrison, representative of the Peer
less, 8elden and Everltt lines In San
Francisco. "It Is Impossible for tho
manufacturers to cut prices any low
er arid turn out-the class of goods
thai Is now before the public. Cheap
er cars would mean -cheaper mate
rial. Tho present price of cars Is
such that the manufacturers make
only a small margin of profit. One
nrm did not make moro than $30 on
each carturned out. Thus the pub
lic Is getting' the most It possibly
could for tho .money.
"Dut the demand for a lower-priced
car has been far-reaching enough
to have been heard by George U.
Selden, father of 'automobiles. In a
conference held at his handsome
home in Rochester, N. Y., the hold
er of aujomoblle patents unfolded a
plan by which we will represent him
In the West. Selden cars at a price
which many can listed to are being
sent to the Coast.
"We have also arranged to han
dlo an even 1 lower-priced machine In
tho Bverltt. This car Is built and
designed by C. Everltt, who made
tho E. M, V. car famous. The Ever
ltt Is to reach the Coast by New
Year's day, and a sensation Is pro
mised when the car gets hero. I have
personally tested the Everltt on tho
road. In a gAielllng drive over the
roughest of .highways I sent tho car
at tOD sneedr The Bverltt ntnnrf (tin
test and proved a winner."
POULTRY SHOW IS
ITO BE REMIND ONE
J. J. Oreen, secretary of the fifth
annual poultry show association, Is
ope of the busy men of the city.
When seen at the N. O. H. -Armory
this morning, he was surrounded by
hundreds of coops and bales ot
straw. The birds were Just begin
ning to arrive, and Mr. Oreen waa
hard at work superintending a large
staff of men who were busy tacking
UP cards and getting the coops read?
for their feathered occupants.
Today the birds wilt be cooped; to
morrow and Wednesday the bird
will be Judged. About 400 birds
will be exhibited, Mr. Oreen anti
cipates that this poultry show will
far exceed previous ones held in Ho
nolulu as regards entries and classi
fication. Some of the birds which
are already cooped are splendid spe
cimens. In one cage are two fine
pigeons with their offspring.
The show will be open to the gen
eral public from Wednesday, Janu
ary 12, to Saturday, January 15, Sev
eral handsome cups are to bo given
aa prizes for the best exhibits. The
Governor's cup, the Major's cup and
a handsome trophy presented by the
Hawaiian Poultry Association are
the most conspicuous. Uy Wednes
day noon the prizewinners will have
been adjudged and the ribbons,
marking the class and reward, wi
be displayed on the coops of the win
(8peclal to the Bulletin.)
WAILUKU, MaVl, Jan. 7. Supervi
sor and Mrs. T. B. Lyons entertained
a number of their frlonda at a luau
at tholr homn last Tuesday afternoon
and ovenmg, the occasion being tho
first anniversary of the birth of their
joungoat son Francis, and also tho an
niversary of Mr. Ljons' Inauguration
as Walluku Supervisor, which happy
events took placo a year ago Jan. 4th.
An excellent tabjo'waa spread nd no
ess man tony oi tno supervisors
friends and admirers sat down and
enjoyed tho many, good things prepar
ed for them. Among the gueBts wero:
Judge and, Mrs. Kepolkal, Mr, and Mrs.
E. H. Hart, Captain and Mrs, W, E.
Dal,, Mr, and Mrs, Oeo. Weight, Mrs.
Lons dr., Messrs. C. Wilcox, J. H.
Jtunewa, Dr. W. R. Booto. Dr. J, II.
Farrell. Captain S. Kelllnol, Carl Hobo,
M. T, loons, M. Kauhlmahu, Enoa
Vincent, H, T. Mwsma'n, Dan Weight,
Oeo, Wolgty. Eddlo Lyons, mThh l.udd
Mr. and Mrs, O, kuhukau." Mr. Keola
and others. It was a'r'alpy night but
the condition pf tho weather1 'was not
sufflclentexcu'so to keen nnv"nf ih
friends jj t(ie popular supervisor and
his most estlmablo jwlfo from' partici
pating In tho Jojg of the happy occa
sion. Music followed th limn
BULLETIN AD8 iAY
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Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Cor. Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets.
Friday and Saturday
Who Died First
Grand New Change
Extra Attractions ,
The, Popular Soubrctte
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
The Two Pigeons
An Arabian Pilgrimage
Prices at usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children So.
Fort' Street Below Beretania
. The Wonders of
"The Greatest Scenic Picture Ever
Views' of Twin Falls and Shoshone
MISS VICTORIA 0RVILLE, Vocalist
MR. WALTER STANTON,
.5, 10, 15 and 25 Cents
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every, night except Monday
and Thursday, ,
Good Mtrtio by XawaihaukGlee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission lOo. . Ladies Free.
FOX SALE AT ALL BARS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Basinet! Suit for $21.
White, River Flour
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Kino furnlshod rooniH, $1 per day
$10 and upwards per mouth, Splen
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