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.'EVSNTNO aOLLOTm. HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, JAN. 24. 1010.
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Tennis Balls
Just received per "Korea" our first
shipment of
1910
Slazenger Tennis Balls
You want the latest and freshest
ball to play with. We have it.
With the balls came a lot of fine
RACKETS, Everything in the tennis
line at
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
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W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
SOLE AGENTS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
, We deliver to all parts of Jjie city twice daily..
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
Furniture
We catry the largest and most varied stock in the hlands.
Good furniture at moderate prices. '
Your credit is good. '
J. HOPP
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185 King
A Standard Vibrator
with all attachments for FIFTEEN DOLLARS reads like a
Bargain Sale. We are celling the best on the market for
that price the GOLDEN and will 'have a representative
t of that company. every day this week at our store demon
strating it.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS A PHONE297
TUNGSTEN LAMPS
Householders and Merchants who are interested in re
ducing their light bills should not fail to try these lamps.
They give
Twice the Light for the Same Money
A clearer, brighter, whiter, steadier and better light in
every way than that obtained with ordinary lamps. '
The Hawaiian . Electric Co., Ltd.
Is the Wood Pile Getting Low?
YOU'LL FIND THE BEST PLACE TO BUY WOOD IS
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant.
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Smooth Sea Spoils
Surfing Stunts
Out" at Wn'lklkl the Outrigger
Club tried to do Its best yesterday
In the wny of entertaining the Clark
bunch of tourists. Unfortunately;
the Rurf was not good, and the hJgli
wind off shore kept the small waves
that did start In, from amounting to
much.
A tremendous crowd lined the
beach from the Seaside Hotel to the
Wnlklkl Inn. The gathering was
probably larger than has ever been
fcen on "the beach before.
The crowd was very dense n round
the Immediate, vicinity of the Monna
Hotel, and It was hard work to get
anywhere near the bandstand, where
Captain Ilerger and his musicians
played all the afternoon.
All of ClarVs excursionists ap
peared to' take the greatest Interest
In the various shows that were pull
ed off, and much admiration was
shown for the feats performed by
MIsb Pratt and her girl friends
Misses Ruth Soper ond Coral Low,
There were many surfers out, and
they did their best. In the small surf.
The exhibition was a poor one ex
cept In some places where the surf
did run high for a short distance.
The Clark cups were not competed
for, as It would have been absurd to
have any of the events run off In
the slight surf that existed. ,Some
of the outrigger canoes went out
and time after time tried to catch
a wave. Only In n 'couple of In
stances were there any long runs
made. The Kamehameha Aquatic
m..i. i...j ... i in... n.i ot th.
Outrigger clubhouse gave exhibitions
ct poj-maklng and Hanwllan cook
Ing Hint interested the visitors
greatly.
Many of 4he Clark people went
out In canoes, and had a try 'At surf
ing. There was nothing much do
ing In that line; still, the tourists
appeared to enjoy the fun of even
a short run. Dozens of others
donned bathing suits and splashed
Into the water, and the1 way they
stayed' aifd refusejd, to get put, when
their friends called them, was ft trib
ute to the seductions of bathing at
Walklkl.
Cameras were to b,e seen every
where, and the number of Alms ex
posed must have been tremendous.
Ilonlne took moving pictures of the
whole layout, and he must have got
some really good ones.
After a weary wait 14 was seen
that no surf events could be pulled
off, and It wus decided to have at
least the surfboard paddling race.
The boj-B. to the number of fifteen,
Lull stood on the beach with their
surfboards alongside of them, and nt
a signal all dashed for the watur and,
throwing themselves on the boards,
paddled away at their Tery best
(speed.
Zen Oenoves won the paddling
contest, nnd he certainly got through
the water In great style. The rest
of the bunch were not far behind,
and taking It altogether It was a
good race.. The Clark bunch took
the greatest Interest in everything.
and roany were the remarks made on
tne beauty or ine scene at wuikiki.
Some of the tourists remarked that
they, had seen outrigger canoes at
Ceylon, but that the surfboard
stunts here were wonderful.
When the return Clark excursion
comes thiough Honolulu, the Clark
oups will be competed for, and It Is
to be hoped Hint there Is moro surf
than there was yesterday. It was
really hard luck that the waves
were so small, as the' visitors could
not get any Idea of what the sport
Is really like on a day when the big
green waves come roaring In and.
perched on the top are to be seen
a dozen or so surfboard riders, who
continue their wild career right up
to the very beach. ,
Yesterday's exhibition of canoe
and surfboard riding Is not to. be
considered as the real thing. There
was no surf, and as soon ns the
town people got out to the beach
they saw thatyhero would be noth
ing doing. There was a lot of de
lay' In getting' things Btarted, but'
what was tHe use of hurrying there
was no chah'co of doing nnythlpg
much, and soon tbo local people be
gan to wend' their way homeward.
All the members of the Outrigger
Club .did their best to get things
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going, -'enU it' was not their fault
that the waves would not material
lze. 'Nearly all day the canoe and
surfboard men hung around the
clubhouse and prayed for the sea to
get up and do things. Hut there
was no response, and quite a number
of the canoes remained on the beach
nnd were not even put Into the fans than ever before, und there Is
water. no doubt that the final game next
A fleet of small boats sailed Saturday will attract a big crowd
u round from the-harbor to Walklkl, lof soccer fans',
ifnd. umong them were noticed the The ofllclul lineups were as fol
Vlkng, Ivy and Pearl. The young jlows: t
yachtsmou handle .their bouts lu , Punqhous Puty, g.; a ray, rf.:
good shape, nnd they presented a Ilroderck. If.: 'Clark-, rf.; Jamleson,
pretty sight a10tHaj'yiMea''11Jhelr,fch.;,Mucconel. lh.; Jack Catton, or.l
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moorings and sailed away for the
harbor.
Two boys got up a pot fight at
the clubhouse, and the wny they cov
ered each other with that delicacy
made the visitors laugh more than.
was good for them. The subsequent
removal of the pol was a hard job,
and the operation was also watched
with great Interest by the mnll
hlnls. To sum up the afternoon's fun, Is
to say that everything and every
body was ready for the show, but
the waves would not come, and that
spoiled the whole business.
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KcnneLGlub, Holds
Meeting Tomorrow
Tomorrow evening t)e Hawaiian
Kennel Club will hold Its annual
meeting at Tom Sharp's' office. The
election of officers for the present
year will take place, and the reports
of the secretary and treasurer will
be turneOTn'
It Is' planned to hold the annual
show In March Borne time, and from
present Indications there will be a
splendid lot,, of dogs benched. J. 8.
Mttlejohn, who Is a most enthusi
astic dog fancier, it. taking th'e great
est Interest ln the proposed show,
and he suggests that If the plan, be
adopted, an annual show of the com
bined dog, poultry and agricultural
societies should b held at the same
time every year.
That Is the 'method in other
plarej, .and a 'most Interesting show
! always given once a year. The
!1,'e. sheep and horse owners Join
in, iiuu uvvry inruivr bviiuh hi nis
biggest pumpkin or tomato; the
ixiultry flinders fflbd plgronlmen are
"Johnny on the "Spot" -with their
entries, ond the owners of thorough
bred canine pels come through on
the Jump to enter their dogs for the
blue-ribbon events.
Combined tshows' would be much
larger and better, and more people'
would attend than now do an Indi
vidual show. Toe objection 'that fans
sometimes open advanced, viz., that
the dogs frighten the chickens. Is
easily overcome by doing as Is done
elsewhere having the poultry In
one shed and the dogs In another.
The horse section would be a
mosi attractive one', and as the
standard In these Islands' Is high.
some fine specimens of all breeds of
hordes could be shown. The cattle
and sheep section could also be made
up to attract the attention of most
people, and whut with dogs, poul
try, pigeons, cuttle, sheep and
horses, everybody would tind some
thing to Interest him at the annual
agricultural show.
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Mailes and Puns
Play Great Soccer
Soccer football got a boost On Sat
urday when the Mailes defeated the'
I'unahous by a score, of 3 to 1, The
teams are now tied for first place In
the series, and another match, will
have to'be played 4iext Saturday to
decide, the championship.
The followers of the game' are
very pleased that the game ended
as It did, and much Interest Is be
ing Bhown In the final game which
Is to be played on Saturday next.
The Mailes played up In all their
oldtlme'style on Saturday, and It was
a treat to watch them at wdrbc The
exhibition of Boccer they gave was
very different from (he sort they
have been giving lately,
Tha first goal was scored by the
Mailes, and wuS,rather a fluke,, As
the ball, being very slippery, went'
through Puty's hands.
Sinclair, " for the Puns, evened
things up by making a fine drib
bling run down the field and kick-.
Ing a goal. !
There -were' only ten minutes more
time to play, and the game looked
as If It would end In a draw. The
Puns became careless and Fred
Bailey took a shot for .goal and
scored the second goal far the
Mailes. '
Then, Just two minutes .before
time was called, Harry JJulley' did,
me trick for tne Manes aguin, aim
tha BnntA tvna rtnlt A
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' 'Walker, Macaulay, Gray and Bln-
clalr were the stars of the Punahpu
team, and they played really good
soccer. McOIII did fine work for the
Mailes, and Zleglcr, Center and the
two Ilalleys were on to their Jobs
0. K.
There was a better gathering of
Slnclalr, lr.; Walker, cf.; Kohulla,
II.; Macaulay, o).
Mailes Kruscr, g.; Anderson, rf.'
Mullen, If.; Center, rh. McQIII, ch.;
Zlegler, lb.; Dwlght, or.; II. Ilalley,
lr.; Carl Osa, cf.j McNIcol, II.! P.
Ilalley, ol.
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Old Timer Says
John L. Was Best
During nn Interesting Intenlcw with
a well known Bport of this cltv the
old-llmer ga3 bis opinion of nil the
best heavyweight boxers he had seen
In action dnd ho has seen them all.
"John U Sullivan, was the best of
the bunch," tcmarked the man who
has been In the corner of many a
world's champion. "Sullivan, In his
prime, could have mado short work
of any of the latter-day fighters. Ho
was a wonder and besides his tremen
dous punch he was flic best man nt
loot work that ever stepped Into n
rlng Peter Jackson was the only one
who approached htm In foot work. I
have seen Sullivan knock a man clean
out with eight-ounce gloves, and Hint
in one or , two rounds. It takes n
great wallop to do that trick.
"I saw John I-. when he first fought,
and he was only a youngster of twenty-two
years then. He was simply a
ball of muscle, and as he sat In his
corner ready for the gong, ho lonkiti
more like, a bulldog ready for the
fray than anything else. It Is ancient
history how 8ullvan cleaned up ev
erything In sight and then retired on
his laurels. When he did emerge once
more and tackle Carbelt the change
In the nlan was astounding He look
ed well enough, but none of his old
vitality was there; he lacked the steam
that hnd been hit, dealer', nt.ct, I low
he was defeated Is an old story.
"Sullivan has, nccordlng'to nn culi
nary man's standard, lived about one
hundred years. Ills vitality and con
stitution must bo something wonder
ful. John certainly has gone th paco
I saw him when he came to San Trail
Cisco ln'83. Jim Nolll, Kronkle's
father, kept a saloon Jn those dnj-f
and he nnd Sullivan - were grc.it
friends; Ihoy both hailed from Uosto:,,
Sullivan had written Nclll that ho vns
coming to 'Frisco, and 'told him In
havo a few baskets of wine on hand
as he Intended to iUM some iiio.u'j
an Kclll's place.
"Well, 8ullivan went straight l
Nelll's saloon when he arrived, and
grabbing a tumbler dropped five hun
dred dollars Into It nnd said: 'Tlior.-
Jim. cut that out In wine, and whr
It Is finished let mo'knnw.' Neill trui I
to persuade, Sully tjist It was foolish
ness, but the champion r wunlir-nof
listen to him and qnlekly there was
u crowd mopping up the bust water,
uruinary champagne glasses w.-ra
used at first, 'but that was tbo alow for
John f..; calling for beer glasses, he
began drinking the fits like wntcr.
The rest of the bunch followed suit
and then there was a red hot time."
"f saw Paddy Ryan go dp against
John I., when tbo latter was ns fut
as a whale, and when his girth was Im
mense. Hynn was trained to the
minute and he at once, danced In to
pass a punch Into John's breadbasket,
That wns Just what Sullivan wanted.
nnd he cnuiht Ityan a blow on the
Juglar that ruuniled llko an oar lilt
ting a sldb of beef. It was cictalni
for Paddy then, and he went to slum
ber at onc(. I spoke jo nyan after-
wards nnd 'he said that the punch
had simply fell like a mule kk, and
that he remembered nothing after It
landed, until fie wbb brought around
witlvjtnelllng salts nnd.water.'fc
"If John I., were only In his prime
now neither Jeff, Johnson or any of
Vie bunch would hnvo a chance with
h,n'i .! talking of the Jeffries
Johnson fight, It appears very strange
to me that the match Is scheduled to
come off In Utah. Tho flovornor of
that State has said that he will not
allow tho match to be fought there.
He will keep his word sure, and I
cannot understand why It Is advertised
for there. Can It be that shortly be
fore the date set for 'the fight, a
change will bo made and the contest
postponed for another three months or
so Thoro maybe something In that;
It would mjtJsWrdro money1 In the vau
deville ajPi'tN men are at present
going l"pwjtlf t
Not lng aWcto nnswer'the ques
tion, jJkJBl writer" replied, "Samo for
me, andidtaw L,stow,"
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SKOBT SPORTS.
"Kid" Franklin is anxious to get
a match with somev boier of his
weight, and It would himnr n,. i
Clarence' Iteynolds of Hllo Is .willing
lo "v go ui mm, ,tKeym)!ds has
written to a well-known sport In
town and suggests ai lie would
fight Franklin either In, Hllo or Ho
nolulu., .
'fill'
The Mailes plnyed n' man short for
a while on Saturday, aiidilt was not
till the first goal was (cored that
Fred Ilalley, arrived on the Held.
Impromptu swimming rapes were
pulled off at Walklkl esterday, and
some of the boys showed remurka
bio speed.
"There wus a time," salif the has
been, "when I had tho world tit my
feet."
"Well,"' concluded tho nthor, "my
root supped.
Bulletin Business, Offloe Phont 850.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Fbos 181
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AMUSEMENTS.
NOVELTY THEATER
Cor. Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets.
Harold Kiter
and
BUly Wheelan
In a Series of New COMEDY ACTS
and Pleasing Specialties
A REFINED ENTERTAINMENT
EMPIRE THEATER
HOTEL STREET
MotionPietures
New Films
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Regular Prices
Park Theater
Fort Street Below Beretania
BEST PROGRAM
MOTION 'PICTURES
IN THE CITY
Admission 5c., 10c. and 15c.
ARTTHEATER
With Her Card"
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HISTORY OF A WOMAN SCORNED.
NEW DANCE HALL
, Xukoi'St., near Nuuanu.
,.j0pen ever; night except -Monday
and Thursday.
Good Music by Kawaihau Olee Club.
Excellent flour arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
HOTEL MANX
SAN FRANCISCO
Army, and Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly -all
with bath. Circulating ice water
to each room. Built, equipped' and
conducted to please the really criti
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bquare, t-.vo blocks from Market St,
Convenient to principal shops, thea
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at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Rates
Without bath v $1.50 oer day up
With bath 2.00perdayup
mean laoie a' note or a la carte
Management of Gus C. Larm.
ONE GOOD TRIP BEGETS
ANOTHER IF IT'S TO
HALEIWA
QUICK TRAINS
GOOD MEALS
WE USE
No Preservatives
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
qualities.
THE FOND DAIRY.
Tel. 890.
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1120 FORT STREET PHONE 179
Nieht Call, 1014
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tffice: Honolulu Painting Co., 121
thf St.: P. 0. Boi 011
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' Bicycle shop and general repairing
woric. bpeciaity in mckie, silver
nnd Rold plated work.
KING, 0PP, ALAPAI ST.
KODAKS
and
SUPPLIES
We arc Honolulu hcadquar- ;
ters for everything in the
kodak line.
Fresh films in scaled tins,
papers, chemicals, etc.
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Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Slrccl
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King ami Fort Streets .
High Class '
Investments & Bonds
FURNITURE
AT VERY LOW. PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
KAPI0LANI BLOCK
Corner Alakea and King Streets
Embroidered Goods
i'Iss Kate WoodartT
1141 Fort Street
WAH CH0NG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh Irom the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
Announcement
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and beg to advise that we give fam
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Meet-vour friends there and enjoy
the lunches and drinks. f
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PEARY'S NORTH POLE SKATES
ON EXHIBITION AT THE
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DISTILLED WATER i
It's Always Fresh
Arctic Soda Water Works
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, Phone 857 j
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See the
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Phone 553. 83 Merchant St
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Your patronace is solicited.
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