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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLTJLTJ, T. II.. FRIDAY, JAN". 14, 1910.
is the day tint everybody has n chance to go to the big
While yoa 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 nt work hatchine out a
lot of eggs, and as it is under the immediate charge of Mother Henablcs
vou 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 havs CYPHERS' fine line of POULTRY
SUPPLIES in stock.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
If desired, we wi'l deliver goods in
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Snecial Mejscncer Service.
Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Fuii.iturr and I'lune Mutini!
'Wc 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 glass cf
Primo 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.
A lf , One of the best things it does is to flush
i:jthe system. VVater does not taste
you don't drink enough of it ;
one;of the virtues or rnmo Beer comes in.
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When you plan that nrcttv
bungalow, don't forget that
the finishing touches arc ef
fected moftlly by Jhandiomfl
hardware on the doors, win-
Our stock provides an as
sortment of rv handsome
designs at a small cost. You
should select the hardware
yturself and not leave this
important matter to the con
tractor, whose taste may not
coincide with yours.
Lewers & CooRc,
122 S. Xing Street ,
CALENDARS and LEATHER
for Groceries. Phone 78.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
15G Hotel St.- Phone 218.
XMAS RED BERRY WREATHS
Young Bldg. Tel. 339
OFFICE, SUPPLY t0.f
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Cor. King and BethekSts.
REGAL SHOE CO.,
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
COAST SCHOOL BOYS
WILL COMPETE HERE
If tlio firoposed trip of the Ala- nro tied. Win n ihc nnii tnmnrrnu-
mcdii High School bo)s lo this clt) there lll bo ono great struggle to
takes plate, thoro Is n treat In store decide which team takes the cham
fer tlio followers of sports In Ho- plonshlp.
nolulu. and an exhibition of run- The Iron Works and High School
nlng and Jumping should be glen
that will convince the mnlnland peo
ple mat iinwnu can nolo its own ln,(0 ii.irii incc
any hranch of sport,
It Is Intended to null off the snorts
meeting on Washington's lllrthday.
and the big crowd that wilt attend
the I'lonil Parade can make a real
good day of the twelve hours oi so
and sports meeting.
Harold Johnstone has been In
communication with Mr. Illanchard
of the local High School, and also
with the principals of Knmchamchn
and Punnhou. Johnstone has evi
dently been very busy oer the prop
osition of bringing a leant of ath
letes to Honolulu, utul It Is to be
hoped that the trip Is made.
With regards toihe caliber of the
rchoolho)s, It la said that Miuniilny
of Alameda High School inn tut out
the 220 jards In 2.1 seconds. That
cprcFents ten jiinls outside een
time, and Is goods for a joungster.
However, in mo lierson of n lad
named lllll Hle. v,f have u man who
(.in hotter that ly a )ard or so.
If i ot more. And It hus to Le re
mciulieied that the Alameda bo) puta
UP his fast time on a cinder track,
whilst our little Hill has done ns
pood mi ,rii8s and ii putty rough
tinik lit that. A cinder track Is
un) tiling fiom Ave to ten aidsfust
er than a grass one, and as the anU
icpresent halt a second, there Is not
much doubt that Hawaii can take
the 220-ard event.
Then, hcsUes like, wo hac Mc
Kcnxlo, who can also about touch
the mark scC .bn'MncitiIluy, and do
It on grasH, too. The Honolulu bo)
Is a wonderfully fast runner, and It
will take a good man' to beat him.
Tho 100 yuds sprint should prove
n pretty rate, but. again, our boys
will put up siuh times that It Is
haid to rco how the malnhindors can
hope to win. like tan throw 'the
hundred :nids behind In a trifle
under ecn time, and that, on n
glass tiatk, Is lunch belter than tho
K3iiio figures on a tinder one.
Other distance will he equally
well provided for, and there Is no
doubt that Hawaii will make n mark
In the athletic world hy the way the
lot al ho s show up In the different
It Is expected Hint six of the main
land runnels will leave San Kran
tlsco on tho Alameda, February 12,
and thov should arrive hero six das a
later. Tho bojs tould hn'vo a few
ilnjH" training on the track, race on
tho 22nd, and then natch the Ala
meda leaving Honolulu on Febru
The expeuses of tho boys on their
visit to Hawaii will amount to about
$700, and It Is said that more than
halt that amount Is now In hand.
Thoro should be no difficulty In get
ting the balance, as the purpose for
which the monoy Is required U
unique and will prove a great ad
vertisement for the Islands.
As soon ns ever) thing Is clear and
the sum needed to guarantee the
success of the trip Is assured, a ca
ble will he sent to the Alameda boys,
und they will begin to make their
preparations for the visit to Hawaii.
The Alameda bats are willing to
share the expense of the trip, and
there would seem to he no possible
bur to their coming here for Wash
Much enthusiasm Is uelug shown
In the pioposed track meet between
tho Coast bo)s and the local sprint
ers, and one of the biggest crbwds
that ever gatheiei at a ground In
Honolulu should be present when
tho pistol Is fired to start the first
event. Hawaii has provided foot
ballers, oarsmen, swimmers and
othor athletes who have more than
held their own on the mainland, and
there Is not much doubt that at run
ning either sprinting or long dis
til mo wo have men who will be a
credit to tho Territory. Lot 'em all
cotno; we tan beat 'em.
' a a a
Tomorrow afternoon at tho leaguo
grounds tho two best games of soccer,
over seen hero are expected to event
uate, and tbeio Is no doubt, If tho
inlii will only hold off for a couple of
dajs, a big cuiwd of followers of tliu
game will roll up at the gtounds,
Tho series Is at l-very Intercstlne
singe nt present, and, as far as. first
place goes, the Mnlles and Piinahous
MmMMifTwr - 1 -
ten insure behind, nml there lsa going
to he T groat go to see hlcn get
At present faith
teams are even, with three points ench
for flvo games plaed, and It should
he Interesting to sen how the final
game that decides their position In
the iincrer lnienn rntunn fitit
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morrow's game will decide vverjthlng
It might iKisslbly happen that a drawn
gamo he )lncd, and then an extra
match wouh lo necessary to decide
The first game tomorrow' will bo
between the Million and Piinahous ami
It will start at two o'clock. The sec
ond game will begin nt about 3:15,
and hy that time a big hunch of root
er ihould be around the side lines.
Going Ahead Fast
Out at Kiihlulnlil Park much hcud
way has been made on the new polo
field, and It vwll not bo long now
until the ground Is all graded, level
ed oft and top-dressed.
The field, which Is 900 feet by 450
feet, will, when completed, be the
best In the Territory, and, being
practically n the clt), will be Uvi
tenter of attraction during the polo
season. There should be a great
boom In the best and most exciting
of games as soon ns the. new -fleul Is
ready for play, and It will 'IfideccTbe
u treat to be able 4o set to a polo
game so easily,
About one-fourth of the now Held
Is now finally top-drossud, and the
gras will soon tovcr It like a car
pet. A fine Irrigation scheme Is In
operation, and water can be applied
to uny part of tho held. The tecetit
inlim have done a lot of good, and
the grass, which has been fertilized
henvll), will tome up very thick and
Walter Dillingham, the well
Know n mid billllant polo plu)er, Is,
of course, much Interested In the
new Held, mid he Is responsible for
a tut of the hard thinking done In
connection with the Idea, The Ka
plolanl polo Held will draw cnor
mous crowds when the games
started there, and It Is about
best scheme (or public amusement
that has been started In Honolulu
for many a long day.
Moanalua Is a beautiful place, and
the polo ground there Is a really
good one. Tho natural amphithea
ter that Is formed h) tho hills sur
rounding the field Is finely adapted
for use hy the spectators, and the
whole plate Is delightful. Still, It
Is quite a walk from the end of tho
tar-line, and unless n man has an
automobile or a rig of some sort, the
Journey Is a nuisance.
At l.ellelum there Is a grand polo
field, and although It Is such a dis
tance from town, the grounds aro
alwa)s surrounded by a big throng
of machines from town. Yet the
crowd that attends tho games there,
or at Moanalua, Is not a tenth of
what will go out to Kaplolant In
the future. The city polo ground
Idea was a winner, and long may the
fastest and best gamo In tho world
flourish In these Islands.
Lust jvar tho ranking of tho Const
tonhls plajers by tho I astern au
thorities caused considerable comment
among the local followers of the game.
Ot course, nobody nt that time ex
pected nny of the local players hut
Maurice Mclaughlin and Melville
Long to be considered, but the) ccr
tatnly did expect them to be recog
nized, Mclaughlin had defeated I-ong
In all of the tournaments but thu
Coast championship, and In that tour
ney Long defeated two of tho East
ern experts, who wero visiting the
Coast and pla)Cd through (ho tourna
ment, II was on account of this feat
that the local enthuslsbts expected the
bo)s to be ranked prctt) well up.
This )ear tho cranks can not have
much of a Lhuuto to complain, us
McLoughlln and . Long havo been
placed In the sUth and seventh post.
lions among the plajers of America.
Of course, thero aro those who .will
claim thaj Mclaughlin-should" have
LtfJH.t.Ai'l I r -
rinn- mii' taatam
been placed second or third, anyway,!
ntl npcniltit tf hi. hnliitr fhi riinm.r mi'
in tho national tournament.
8lied Them Up.
Tho trip o( the twu Coast experts to
tho Uast gave tho llnsteru experts n
good opportunity to site up their play,
and It looks as If they had dealt fair
ly with them when they placed them
as they did.
People here figured that Meliuglillu
was a shade belli r thim l.ong. but It
would be bird to place the former'
further ahead on tho list and not put
Long also fiiitbor up. as tlio hitkr
ilnrnnlml llin lull ) tt. .!....
In ono of
tho Kastern loiiriumonis ami in n.
AimraiiRii matcnex In; evident!) pla)
id n better same than McLoiiRhllu.
Willi tho cxicrleiice they hnvo gained
this )car, the)-should ndvancu a few
points In tho list next jenr. Of
course, turned and Clothier aro out
of their class, but from all accounts
tho next three men. Johnson, Nile and
l.lltlo, haven't much on tho bo)s, mid
it would not bo surprising to sco them
advance ahead of some or all of these
It It R
Are Much Brighter
Things are booming down nt Ilia
Healanl lloat Club nnd the IliMItu
Hi n Is taking on n verv healthv ton
sliue the new members began in
llock Into the fold. i:verv Sund.iv
u big bunch of rowing men congic-
gato at the club, and the nine.)
takes on tho look of n real boiitshcd,
New shells will soon bo arriving
now, and then more members cm he
boated every afternoon. The form
shown by many of the new members
ncAertHmeK."ir"1 ""-' T "'"'Mors widely known as "Dinah the
nel time bump tin against n verv -r, i im i.- t..
Iliimoni 1..1 ,., . . ,. ,, .
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The Uullen' Auxiliary Is n great
Institution, nnd Is iittiactlng u lot
of the fair sex to the club. In fact,
the piospects of a bright season, as
picdlcted sonic time ugo, are being
realised, and the llculanl men nrc
fio'ing really good.
A tho da)s are getting longer,
tiioio men will bo seen' out during
the nfternoons, and tho Increased
piuctlso will soon begin to Imvo Its
effect on thu condition of thu oars
men. It II tt
NAVAL ACADEMY'S COURSE
IN ATHLETICS IS WEAK
Surgson General Orders
WASHIVO'oTa '" , ,
WASHINGTON Jan. 2. Sneenliirf
reforms In the athletic insliuctlun In
vogue at the nawil academy aro being
undertaken b) Surgeon General
It transpired today tint General
Hlxcy has ilclnlli passed Assistant
Burgeon Paul I McDonald to the
academy to in ike a thorough luaulrv
tfnto causes lending up to the falluie
or upper class hcmi to puss !ilcnl
tests, although thc.mcn when admit
ted to the fienhman class weio com
pelled to pass a most rigid examina
tion. One of tho prlnclp.il causes, It
Is declared was found to lie In the
s)stem of training in preparing men
for nlhMln an I Held events.
This Is lo bo changed, tho cvm-
nre malum Is to by remodeled and mi eu
tho Mlreiy now stom .of "setting in."
drills Is to bo substituted for that now
On Sunday, Sam Decker will 'take
ii team of ball-plsjers down to Alca,
nnd try conclusions with some of
uur-RToners. uecKer a nine
will be ns follows: M. Orncllna. c:
Joe Tato, p.; Joe Illsho, lb.: II.
Docker, 2b.; C. Hours. 3b.; Joe Oi
ncllas, ss.; M. Costa, cf,; Hcni)
Decker, rf.: John Illsho. lf. The
game should be a good one und tho
farmers will have to play up in order
Thls evening tho Chinese Athletic
Club will hold their annual meet
ing nt the Chinese Y. M. C. A., nnd
besides uthcr Important business, the
election of officer will tnke place
Proper arrangements will also be
made for the celebration of the Chi
nese New Year, which Is nlwn
kept up In good st)le In this Ter-
Charlie Ilule and Chris. Donovan,
two well-known 'Frisco sports, puss-
ed through yesterday on the Korci.
The pair are off on a trip around tho
world, and hope to be buck In San
Francisco In time for the big fight
between Jeffries and Johnson.
ONE MILLION FAMILIES
FOR ANTI-TRU8T LEAGUE
Congressmen and Their Wives Dis
cuss Waysand Means.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 2. More than
two scoro members of congress und
their wives met today to discuss (he
proposed national nut I trust leaguo
through tho ugency of which It Is
hoped to prevont (be Infliction of high
prlct'B of food. Tho meeting was held
behind closed doom, but It was said
that tentative plans wero discussed for
recruiting of 1,000,000 families to obe)
orders of tho cential committee, to re
fute to buy those commodities on
which the prlte has been Increased
through unfair manipulation of the
BY. TUX HAWAIIAN P0ULTKY
-.Willi Laucauonni ixltluits by tun
J10""11 xncnmcnv auiijom irooM4ici
-Bureau 'of Afiiicnlltirc nnd oVcslrVr,
IN THE NATIONAL GUARD
Jan-12, 13, 14 & IS
DAY AND EVENING
Admission 25 Cents
Children under 12 years. ..10 Cents
Season tickets $1.00
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUiE'
Mabelle Biggart, b.a.
Of New York City
"THE SUNSHINE PREACHER"
.ricaciicj-. win picaciu ncr own in-
tentative Cremation cf
TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 8:15
Part of proceeds to Central Com
mittee, Anti-Tuberculosis .Fund.
TICKETS on Sale at Bcrgstrom
PRICES, SI. 75c, COt. Balcony
Tickets to Students, special rates,
'j 'A Pf
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gramme for Children
Friday & .Saturday
Prize Matinee Saturday
FOR CHILDREN. The Kirl holding
the lucky number ccts a doll, and
the boy a knife.
Fort Street Below Beretania
The Wonders of
The Greatest Scenic Picture Ever
Views of Twin Fnlls and Shoshone
HISS VICTORIA 0RVILLE, Vocalist
MR. WALTER STANTON,
Prices 5, 10, 15 and 23 Cents , , tj
Cor. Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets.
A STUDY IN BLACK AND WHITE
HOTEL STREET -
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NO INCREASE IN PRICES
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
liood Music by Kawnlhau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arraneement.
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