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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 12, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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wrkmm bulletin, Honolulu, -t.'.h., Wednesday, tow 12,1910
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it the day that everybody has a chance to go to the big
While you are there, do not forget to put in a little time looking
over our display of
. INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY FOODS AND SUNDRIES
We will have the. CYPHERS INCUBATOR at work hatching ont a
lot. of eggs, and as it is nnder the immediate charge of Mother Henables
yon can figure on seeing some pretty 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 sec 'it and also
keep in mind the fact that we hare CYPHERS' fine line of POULTRY
SUPPLIES in stock. )
E. O. Hal! & 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.
Furniture and Piano .Morins.
We carry he largest and most varied stock in the islands. (
Good furniture at moderate, prices. ' " ,
Your credit is good. 1
J. rlOPP & CO.
185 King St.
Prirno Beer with your meals:
It aids digestion, induces. sleep, and quiets
tired, worn-out nerves.
The little alcohol is too slight to be con
sidered, except as it aids the digestive functions
and gives a slight stimulation.
One of the best things it does is to flush
the system. Water dbes not taste good enough
you don't drink enough of it ; that's where
one of the virtues of Primo Beer-comes in.
J m Jm m W mLJ
V i M SaWaW W. I 'Ltlm-
pointer for you. If you
for Health drink a glas
your physician about it.:.
The .Beer That's
3 To Suit The CUmale
When yon plan that orettv
bungalow, don't forget that
the finishing touches are ef
fected mostly by jhandsom)
hardware on the doors, win-
Our stock pmidei'Wju
sortment of very handsale
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 76.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. x Phone 218.
XMAS RED BERRY WREATHS
Young BIdg. Tel. 339
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
Yee Chan & Co.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
REGAL' SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
BY, V. I. STEVENSON.
SHOW REAL FORM
LONG AND HO LOUGHLIN GIVE
BY DAVIS CUP MEN.
LLiflLK&iHLHGl' Tfc'Jstr srfNLLLLaLiLH
SBP' Till m 'isBWI
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, . The four tennli experts who have been giving men good exhibition! of
the game In Honolulu. Roth and Cee are the champions of Hawaii, and
Long and MeLoughlln are returning from a trip to Australia, where they
played for the Davla Cup. Reading from left to' right: Maurice MeLough
lln; Edwin 8. Gee, William Roth and Melville H. Long.
1,nun, Willie, run," was wlmt tho'
local tennis fnna snug out to Koth
Yesterday, when he and (lee were In
n tough position In itlielr match
against Long and MiLoughlln. Anil
thut about sizes up tlio situation as
logardsMhe match, for It cortalnly
was "run. both of you, uin" right
through the three sets.
Long and Mcl.oughlln wore good
enough to give an exhibition iif their
real Davis Cup 'form before leaving
Honolulu, and the big ciowd that at
tended at the Deretaula courts now
know how'ilt wui .that tUe)wo Cal
lfornlahs dfd no well against llrook'eV
and' Wilding. From the form shown
by Long and MeLoughlln In nil their
games here (hat Is, up till yester
day It was a mystery to everyone
how the two youngsters hail perform
ed so brilliantly In Australia.
In defeutlng (lee and Roth three
seta straight 7-5, 6-1, 6-1 and do
ing It In such u hollow fashion, the
Cnllfornlans-iBhowel what they can
do on ii teunlH court, and It certain
ly was a treni to waicn mem at.
MeLoughlln did some wonderful
smashing fiom, seemingly, Impossible
positions, u ml the pace he got qn the
ball wns turrlllc. . Ills net work was
also brilliant, and the way ho placed
the ball Just out of reach of Hoth
or flee at times showed tho com
mand he has of the game. Me
Loughlln served ob he never did be
fore In Honolulu, ami his pace wns
about the fastest ever seen here, ills
reverse screw puzzled his' opponents
und, time after time, they never
even touched the ball, much less hit
It out or Into the net.
Long, too, showed whnt.n sterling
good player he Is, and his way of
working his opponents out of posi
tion, and then paralyzing them with
a stroke that either hud too much
pace for (hem to see, or else landed
In the Bpot where neither man bad
any hope of getting near tho upbore,
Thef'tall young Callfornlan drives
with terrific force, and his pace often
left Qce and Roth standing scratch
ing their chins and wondering what
wns coming next. To the spectators
the game put up by the Davis Cup
men was a revelation, and there was
only one opinion to bo expressed,
and that was that Long and Davis
are wondors for their age, and that
If they remain with the game, the
world's championship should be
theirs within a few years.
Geo played better yesterday than
ever before In Honolulu, an? his net
work was excellent. Some of Ills
panning shots came off at times, ami
he astonished the Coast m'en with
some of his strokes. Roth Played in-and-out
tennis; some of his strokes
were excellent, and In the idrst set
he showed that he knows the gdtne.
Toward the end of the muUli, how-1
ever, Roth was away off bis game,
but It did not matter mucht as tho
Californlans wero simply Invincible
fnnd'wcre playing In tholr real form.
The first set went to five-all be
fore tho mainland players won It;
they took the two necessary games
In easy style. The second sot was
simply n runaway affair, nnd the
locals got one game In It The thjrd
get showed the visitors at their very
best, nnd the applause was long and
loud ub tho Californlans showed the
Honolulu people what real tenuis is
i like, Tho vlaltois had no trouble lu
AN EXHIBITION OF TENNIS THAT
LOCALS ARE EASILY DEFEATED
taking the ibI to one game, nnd te
Spalding balls were used yester
day, und they appeared to give every
catlsfactlon. The court was in good
order, and although the sun enst
shadows through the overhanging
trees, that worried the, players a bit
the whole afternoon wns much en--
Joyed by the) spectators and contest
ants aline. '
Long nnd McLoughlin left on the
Alameda this morning, and a big,
ciowd of friends-assembled nt the'
wharf tu wish them aloha. The hoyn
miiile good in eVefyWTl)r"nere, nnd
many were the wishes expressed l.int
they wjll next year return to Aus
tralia via Honolulu and. play some
mure tennis here,
8 H it
There was a meeting of tho Out
rigger directorate held last night In
the Htili IiiiiiiI nt Wnlkikl. Some
of the dliectors enme In from tho
.big surf and attended the meeting In
their, bathing suits. -
Is there any other place In the
Northern Hemisphere where this
would be possible in the month of
Arrangements wero made for rais
ing the balance of the money needed
for building tho new bathhouse und
today the contract was given out
through Lewers & Cooke.
The new bathhouse will ho llfty
feet long by sixteen ,wlde. There
will be more than sixty lockers, be
sides n dozen private bathrooms und
two showers. .
Tho lockers will rent for a dollnr
a year, but a number or the club
members are paying for their lock
era Ave yeais In advance, that mo
building fund may be swelled.
The old bathouscs will be thrown
Into one, and turned oyer to ihe Ju
nior membeis for their exclusive use.
Tho new bathhouse is for tho use
of the seniors.
The new 1910 membership cards
are now ready and may be secured
from the Hawaiian Trust Company
on payment of live dollars' each.
The directors decided last night,
subject to approval of tho members'
meeting, to Issue the cards to new
members to run from 305 days from
date of 'election of member.
After February 14, when tho an
nual meeting will be' held, It Is pro
posed to charge an Initiation -fcio to
new members of S2.to, thlarto be
raised to ifi fqr.fulcfedlng yoaiB.
There will, 'of rJttVso, boJilc Ini
tiation fee chniged those who aro al
ready members orfV)iyjoth! 'before
All ( funds nnd membership fees
will hereafter be deported with the
Hawaiian Trust Company, ami cards
of membership may be paid for and
received over tho counter,
Down nt Hulelwa CI ft or d Kimball
Is making both tennis nnd golf spar
kle up n lot. On the court, which l
In excellent condition nt present,
aoiiio good tennis has been played
Mrs. Bruce M'V. MacKall
Mrs. Grace S. Bannerman
Miss Margaret E., Clarke
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,
AT 8:15 P. M.
TICKETS on Sale at Berestrom
lately. The Knhuku players turn up
ut Haleiwa for practise, ami :ih they
are to play n return match ugnlnst
Kwn soon, they are striving to get
Into the best of form.
The liiter-pluntntlon mutch will
bo played ut Haleiwa, and u most
en Jo j able day Is being looked for
ward to by the cane-giowers from
Kwa and Knhuku.
I'or a bogle competition nt Hale
iwa, two Thermos buttles In n leath
er case are offered ns prizes. Kvery
other Sunday the play Is continued,
and up to the present A, F. Kraft,
Pillar and Horace Miihuulu luive
each won one competition. I
The links nt Haleiwa are In excel
lent condition, and the recent rains
havu freshened things up n lot. Cm-
ford Kimball was In town yesterday.
nnd he reported everything as fluo
and dandy nt the popular resort. All
old friends nnd new onen, for that
matter, are Invited to tnko a' run
down and have some tenuis or golf
Why Not Another
It Is to be hoped that the Hale
iwa Marathon race Is not allowed to
drop this year. Last )enr the event
was n great muxexx and the bl:;
crowd that' went-nut by tralu nnd; it I
Joyous time. .
Tho rnco wus n great test of In
durance, nnd the men who' finished
the course deserve a lot of credit.
It will be remembered that XlgcJ
Jackson won 'the race after n flnt
contest; tho rest of the bunch thnt
completed the course wero sometime
behind him ut the finish.
It was the excursion part of tho
nffnlr thnt annealed to thn rrmvil
that Ent nut of bed enrlv Hint Sun
day morning nnd caught the train.
The glrlx und boys surely hud it Jolly
time on the trip, nnd there wero
many Jokes that travoled right
through tho string of cars.
That good sport Juck Scully was
ivmOislble for the train, nnd ho took
a ilia nrn of losing money on tho
proposition. However, there wns no
need to worry about the nfTulr,ns
all expenses were paid and therti wus
a llttje left oyer at the Mulsh.. An
other excurslo'n of tho same sort In
connection with the running rnce
would be real good, und no doubt
would be us successful ns the Inst
Tho annual meeting of the Chi
nese Athletic Club will be held on
Friday, Fi'jruary 14, nnd will be
called to order at 7:30 o'clock. Ine
meeting, which will be hold nt (he
Chinese Y, M. C. A.. Is for the pur
pose of electing officers for the pres
ent year. All members nre request
ed to attend.
It has been arranged that the Co
lumbia Park boys, who will urrlve
here on February 1, play a baseball
game with n l'unnhou College team
on tho afternoon of the day of their
an.val. The Kameliamclia endot
corps will give an exhibition drill on
Alexander Field, and thnt alono
should drnw n big crowd.
Quite, a number nt country tennis
enthusiasts wore to be seen around
tho llcretnnln courts yesterday aft
ernoon. The crowd was a fashion
able one, and ttie match was watch
ed with the Keenest Interest.
Tho soccer men nre practising
hard and getting Into extra good
condition fur the games that are to
bo played nt tho league grounds next
CASTOR I A
For Infants tnd Children.
ill Kind You Have Always Bougtt
A man who discusses his conscience
Is much llko n woman who iIIsciiskps
her modesty. ,
FIFTu ANNUAL .
BY THE HAWAIIAN POULTRY
With Educational ExniMU tiv f1i
Hawaii Experiment Station arid tlio
Bureau or ARncnlturc and Forestry,
IN THE NATIONAL GUARD
SHOOTING GALLERY ,;
Jan-12, 13, 14 & 15
DAY AND EVENING
Admission .v.... ,25 Cents
Children under 12 years.. .10 Cents
Season ticktts $1.00
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUiE
Mabelle Biggart, b.a.
Of New York City ,, ,
"THE SUNSHINE PHEACIIER"
More widely known as "Dinah the
Treacher." will 'prcijnt her own In
terpretative Dramatization of
.TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 8:15
Part of proceeds to Central Com
mittee. Anti-Tuberculosis Fund.
TICKETS on Sale at' Bcrcstrom
PRICES, SI, 75cv COr. Balcony
Tickets to Students) special; rates,
Fort Street Below Bcretauia
The Wonders of '
Nature . .
"The Greatest Scenic Picture Ever
Views of Twin Falls nnd Shoshone
MISS VICTORIA 0RVIL1E, Vocalist
JlR. WALTER STANTON,
Prices 5, 10, lfi and 25 Cents
Cor. Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets.
Introducing New Pleasing Specialties
atul Comedy Acts U
HOTEL STREET " j
ANNA GALI0N "
The Popular Soubrette
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
The Two Pigeop$
An Arabian Pilgrimage
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
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,.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers,
Dunn's Hat Shop