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f i is tlic thy that everybody has n chance to go to the big
While von arc there, do not forget to put in a little time looking
over our display of J
, INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY FOODS AND SUNDRIES
We will have the CYPHERS INCUBATOR at work hatching out ft
lot of CRps, and as it is under the immediate charge of Mother Hcnables
ou can figure on secinc 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 havj CYPHERS' fine line of POULTRY
SUPPLIES in stock.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd
If desired, we will deliver qoods in
TLAIN SEALED PACKAOES
By Special Messenger Service.
Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
uri;itiiir end Vmnc MotIiu.
Wc carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands. '.
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your'crcdit is good.
TTERE'S a pointer for you. If you are
Hunting for Health drink a glass cf
Primo Beer with your'meals.
It aids digestion, induces sleep, and quiets
tired, worn-out nerves.
The li.tcle alcohol is too slight to be con
sidered, except as it aids the digestive functions
and givjs a slight stimulation.
One of the best things it does is to flush
the system. Water dozs r.ot taste good enough
you-don't drink enough of it ; that's where
one'of the virtues. ofPrimo Beer comes in. v
Ask )our physician about ir. ,.
Wlnrs and Liquors.
TbeJeer That's Brewed
To Suit The rfimnte
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When you plan that oretty
bungalow, don't forget that
the1 finishing tenches are ef
fected motUy by (aandsoiw
hardware on 'the doors, win
Our stock provides an as
sortment of verv hanrliomR
designs at a small cost. You
should select the hardware
yourself and not leave this
Important matter to, the con
tractor, whose taste' may not
coincide with yours.
Lewers & Cooke,
122 S. King Street
CALENDARS and LEATHER
for Groceries. Phone 78.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
XMAS RED BERRY WREATHS
Young Bldg. Tel. 83.
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BY 7. 1.
Men Surpris d
Nocr befnro luoo tlio tennis c.v
tlumlnstB of Honolulu liml nn opikjiIu
lilty of wldienMiiK (lie lpmlliiK mnn
land tcnnU iiluyem In aclloi. iiml lit
Ihu conctualoii of the matcli todny,
bet w Of n McLoiislilln mill
I ..ins, the
American rcipcntatlo team ind Thot tfie Davlg Cup men are bet
Itotli and ttec. tho Honolulu experts, a ter can hardly be denied, but, still,
recoid week will clone. Tennis week In dco and iloth Honolulu has ft
has moro tliun stlmulatod local en- strong pair of players who will, If
thuslasts of this game, which, os play- In their best form, make the cracks
ctl here Is a good clean sport freo do their best, to win nil three sets
from the demoralizing effects of profes- out of the five.
slonallsm. Locul Individuals who I The fJec-noth combination Is
have not until now been made aware stronger than the CaBtle-Koth one,
of llio skill, Judgment and enduranco nnd If Iloth would tako a leaf from
required for an expert In tennis, havo the Callfornlans book, and arrango
had their eyes opcned.and become dyed It that neither ho nor Geo ever went
In tho wool fans, and will certainly not 'after tho same ball, the Improve
fall to mlBS tennis games In the fu-imcnt In their game would bo soon
Mr. Edwin 8. Occ, of tho I'ay Dc- Too often are the locals found out
partment of the Army, Is responsible ! of position when playing against the
for tho presenco of tho tennis cole-j Davis Cup men, nnd tho cause of
brltcs and It is to his efforts that the 'the troublo Is that their team work
credit of tho successful matches Is
duo. hcn lying and McUiughlln
came through en routo to Australia Mr.
Geo met them nt tho boat and urged
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with tho local men. They wcru some-' public Is taking tho greatest Inter
wliat avcrsb to doing so, fearing tho eat In tho series of tennis matches
risk of a sprained anklo or ligament. I that Is being, plajod betweon tho
but finally as a result of his earnest j Honolulu men nnd tho Coast ox
Bollcltatlon arrangements wero mado IcrtB, and the visit of I,ong and Mc
for tho match. A cordial Invitation was ,I-oughlln has Improved the'gamo a
sent to tho distinguished visitors by
Mr. Geo urging them to stop off for
a week on their way back to tho
States,, stating that ho had already
mado jirrangcmcntH for a refund on
their jruturn tickets to Vancouver, to
enable thqm to return to San Fran
cisco by tho Alameda. Ho has been
untiring and unselfish during tho
entire wcok In his efforts to glvo
tennis players nn;i opportunity to sco
tho gamo ns It should bo played and Is
certainly deserving of tho slnceo
thanks or.oU-ryrtouuls loving resident
.MqlirlcoMcLoiiKhlln was tho sen
Batloa of Newirt last si'ason. (nly
eighteen years of ngo and practically
Unknown to. tho eastern cracks lie
went through tho preliminary nnd
semi-final rounds of the' national
championship mnt,cl', defeating older
and more exporlonrt'd players with
ildlcnloiiH ease. Ills corkscrew ser
vice with the rewrite cut, which seems
to defy the h of gravltntlon, bounds
to the led Instead, of continuing to
the right, Is one of his chief assets
and never falls to puzzlo nn oppon
ent. In tho national championship
finals he met Clothier and was defeat
ed only uffer a four set mutch throo
of which went to deuce. His match
with Wilding In Australia was one of
the most s-ctacular events ever wit
nessed there, as, after winning tho
first set and with five games to
three In his favor In tho second, he
would In nil probability have annexed
tho match hod ha not been over con
fident., Mclaughlin Ib still n' student
In tho San Francisco .high school and
undoubtedly has u wonderful futuro
Melville l-ong Is a player of sterling
meilt. with an excellent service. Ho
hns great command of tho ball at tho
net or fioni tho base line. Is a hard
driver and can negotlato tantalizing
chops on tho slda lines. Ho held tho
Pacific, Coast championship until 1907,
when no lost to his present partner,
and theso two haro been rivals slnco
He mado lather a better showing
ngnlnst llrookcs In tho Australian
match than McKoughlln, but did not do
mi well with Wilding, so honors wero
upp-uonlly easy. Ho has fow superiors
In passing an antagonist nt tho net and
doos so equally well foru or back
hand. Ills holght gives hlni a great
advantago In reach over tho avoragu
player and makes It almost an' im
poBFlblllty to pass him at tho net..
Davit Cup play.
The match for the Davis Cup wilt
go down In Ihu history or tennis us
one of tho most remarkable of these
classic contests. Thirty-eight games
wero plaied to decide .tho first two
sets the tlnal score roadlug, 12-10, 9-7,
M. Although ,the American team
was defeated In straight sets, the ro
suit of each period was in doubt un
til Iliu final point had been played
and In both the first two sets the
Ameilcnns Hero. several times within
ono point of taking the sot.
The local players aro to bw heartily
congratulated on their showing
against tho mainland cracks. Castle
Ooe and Low havo all put up a gamo
fight against almost overwhelming
odds, "Wo aro surpilsed at tho high
class singles that tho local men have
plaj Pd ' remarked Long. On tho
day of their urrhnl Gee defeated Ixing
In n sot S-fl ami ,ln llio seinl-flyils
plajod nJ-S set ngnlnst him that was
n succession of brilliant nlais nml
an) body's gamo up to the deciding '
point. U'lpliln Low of the vlt. a.
nnlnil Loiii! ni games nil and nln'v.
.'iime v ur is iipii IIP SProinl mil
cd a remnrkahly fast gnnio tlupiigli.
ILast Tennis Match
This afternoon tho return match
.between IxjiiK-McI.ouKhllii and Occ
Itoth will take place, and then the
niucli-dclmtcd question as to how
much better the Cnllfornlnns are
than the local men will at Inst bo
.is not ns good ns tnolr opponents'.
Tho match this afternoon will,
start at half-past three o'clock, and
by that tlmo n big crowd Is suro to
Iin In nttpnnnnrn nl thn rniirts. Thn
Tho two young Callfornlans havo
become great favorites In Honolulu,
nnd, Judging from tho comments nt
the Australasian press, they wero
Just as popular "down under."
Long and McLoughlln did not
play any tennis yesterday, and put
In tho day having a look around.
They havo had to much tennis late
ly that they must bo tlrod of tho
game, and will welcome a rest whon
they get home. The expcrlenco they
have gained In tholr travels will bo
of" great benefit to them, and should
they again visit Australia In search
of tho Davis Cup, It will be the hopo
of the Kangaroolanders that, If the
cup must go, Long and McLoughlln
(lee, who has been the .real live
wire In local tennis circles oyer
since his arrival In Honolulu, Is
largely responsible for the stop-over
of the Callfornlans, nnd he has been
working hard all tho time to uv
langc matches., and entertain the
The match this afternoon will be
outi tho match. On Sunday at tho
Country Club, CastlS ployed brilliantly
and his match In singles against Mc
Loughllu was hotly contested from
start to finish. Roth did not play
singles but his playing In doubles has
been excellent throughout tho week
and ho and Geo won oio set from tho
.Visitors 6-4 which is certainly a record
agalnct such men as Mclaughlin and
"Wo havo had tho tlmo of our
lives." "Southern hospitality will bo
changed to Hawaiian hospitality with
us In tho futuro." "You havo tho best
fellows, the gamest players and most
gcntlomanly losers wo havo over mot,"
nro some of tho bouquets handed out
by tho visiting toam. "A chanco to
stop off In Honolulu again will bo oiiq
of the chief considerations In Influenc
ing us to try and mako tho American
representative team again next year,"
said McLoughlln. '
fn roturn, tennis enthusiasts both
horo nnd In Australia havo formed a
most faorablo Impulsion of these two
)oung men. Courteous, gentlemanly
and good fellows generally every ono
Intorcsted in truo sportsmanship
wishes thorn nloha and sincerely hones
io ceo tnem nero again tho coming
BY THE HAWAIIAN POULTRY X
With Educational Exhibiti by the
Hawaii Experiment Station, and- the
Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry,
IN THE NATIONAL GUARD
Jan-12, 13, 14 & 15
. DAY AND EVENING
Admisiion ,.25 Cents
Childrtn under 12 J"" -1 Cent
Scnson tickets $1.00 'j
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
Special Designs and Weaves in
Suitable for Suits and Skirts
34 in. wide
SWEATERS for Ladies, Misses
The LONG COAT SWEATER,
tho lust rhanco Honolulu pcoplo will
get to see Long nnd McLoughlln In
action for-Bomo time to como. Tho
boys leave on tho Alameda tomor
low morning, and everybody wishes
them bon voyage and another trip
next year to Australia.
Tlicroj wbb a meeting of tho Out
rlggor Club directors last night at the
Hawaiian Hotel, and souio vciy Im
liurtant business was discussed', Tho
bids for tho now bathhouse wero op
ened and tho lowest ono of $075 was
The club has arranged that some
real live tag men will go out mid col
lect tho amount that tho directors aro
shy of. Tho balanco on band won't
allow of tho $675 building being paid
for, so Bomo strenuous stunts In the
A Sensational Bargain In
Matchless values In the Grandest Display
of Dress Materials Honolulu has ever
Note the following prices: -
FANCY REP. PONGEES One of the moit stylish ma
terials we show. Best and very lasting shades of Navy,
Nile; Sky Pink, Old Rose, Fawn, lavender and Copenha
gen; 30c yd.
STRIPED INDIAN HEAD; all shades; regular 25c;
we will sell at 17V2c.
PLAIN INDIAN HEAD; all shades; regular 25o; dur
tag sale 17V!c.
MERCERIZED , PONGEE, in twelve distinct shades,
fast colon, 35c;,' regular price 45c,
POPLINS IN SATIN STRIPES Beautiful shades-in
Fink, Light Blue,, Copenhagen, Champagne,' Olive Green,
Lilae and Old Apricot. Great values in this very fashion
I able material. Worn by the ultra swell class; 30c yd.
LACE CURTAINS; new designs; great value; from
50c up per pair.
CURTAIN MATERIALS; latest designs; 25c to 75o
SCRIM; regular at 20c and I2V20; 38 inches wide.
LADIES' RAGLANS, Rubberized, Pongee1 and Satin;
reduced to $10, $11 and $12.50.
SILK PETTICOATS WON'T CRACK TAFFETA in
many different, shades ; ,$4.00 to $5.00, i,
LADIES' ,SKIRTS-no duplicates; 'very much up to
date, and sold from $3.50 to $21.50,
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS; handsomely finished;
satin lined and plain and braid trimming; $11.25, $15,
$17.50, $22, $22.50, $26.50; ' reduced from $15, $20,
$22.50, $25, $30, $35.
An early call will convince you that our goods are
L B. KERR
money raising lliiu will have to bov .
Howovor, the directors don't sec any
trouble ahead as regards getting
funds, and as the Kamchamehn Ath
letic Club will also take part In tho
exhibition that will be given when tho
Clark excursionists nro hero, tho
whole show should bo a good one.
Tho Auxiliary Club wns passed a
vote of thanks for tho good work It
hns dono In tho way of entertaining
mill initiating new comers Into tho de
lights of surf riding.
Tho Columbia' Park boys should nr
rlvo hereon tho morning of February
1, nnd utter a reception at the Opein
Houso will bo taken to lunch, ntiii
then out to tho league grounds whero
a basebnll gamo will t.e played ngiliiKt
some school team. In tho evening u
pci forninnco will bo given by tho
much-travelled youngsters and It is
suro to draw a full bouse.
& CO., Ltd.
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