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aWBNINO BTCLBTIN, HONOLULU, T.;n:, MONDAY,
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BUILT LIBERA WATCH.
1010 MODELS JUST ARRIVED.
THE BEST VALUE EVER OFFERED. .
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
W,C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
SOLE AGENTS-. ' " " 1
MONT (ROUGE WHINES
THE' WINES OF C0NN0ISSEUBS
We deliver to all ports of, the city twice dally. .
Telephone 4 family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE QUABJaNTEE OUB Q00D9
Have7 HaM LUck
8UBFINO WAS IMPOSSIBLE ON, SATUBDAY At WAIKTKI SEA AS
SMOOTH AS LAGOON PADDLINQ AND SAILING RACES, HQW
EVER, ABE PULLED OFF. -j
If la ttAaaA a wt lhln ,tk lln. 1 ........ i.i.fe.1 lui. . .....i.ju
.uhww n BUMi .uiua .m. iiu- ji nwi uuiu iwuiy tur vvurjuuuy.
nine has films of surfboard atutitti both vlsltora Andjold residents. In-
on taD. or else th P-lev-lnnd inrnr. , " " oeauuiui green, waves.
sionlsta would never believe that, at
Walklkl any such thing W surfrld-
Ing ever took place.
nd, as far as the officers and
crew of the big steamer are concern
ed, they .must feel convinced that
they have the worst possible luck In
topped with a white crest of foan
rushing tn. bearing, on their bosoms
dozens of expert' surfboard riders,
there was nothing to see but a mere
However, the scene was a lively
one, and the many canoes and sail
the, 360 days out of the year when
thdi'surf roars in on the beautifnt
beath, and dashes Its-spray right up
..U A- - . . m . .. .
unia me very seais in irons or me
Seaside, would Bash through the.
mind, and then a glance at the
"pond" was enough to, drlvo a man
to mineral waters.
Although there was no surf, tho
outrigger races were pulled off, and
some Interesting' and exciting events
The first race was tor women, and
three crews started. The Malkal
Klne, captained by1 Mrs. Kalul, won
the event, after a close contest with
the Lan'aklla, which was steered by
Mrs. Kip!. Tho" third canoe finished
some, distance behind. Mrs. Helela
did the best, she could, but her crew
could not pace It with the others.
The best race of the day then
came Up for discussion, and It was
the slcpaddle event.. It was a fine
struggle from start' to finish, and
three cHws competed. The excite
ment ran high when the Outriggers,
Ing craft' provided good sport for
the excursionists. The visitors were' Kamehameha Aquatics and Oiftrlg
uui 10 enjoy uismseives, ana iney
A Jr. 4 - . . . ( raf.
m a ' iffa-l
:J Shipping and Commission
, Agent for'
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, He.
Parrott & Co., San Francisoo
Badger Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QBINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co. '
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
BOOM 400, JUDD BUILDINO, HONOLULU, T. H.
PEOPLE who like
Meat of Quality
and who overlook quantity in their purchase, will do well
1 to try buying at this market. Quality is first with us, and
-N we do not charge for it.v
W. F. HHLBROIT, Ptop.
An Electric Toaster Stove
For, Cooking' a Dainty Meal Bight on the Dining Table
COOKS AS WELL AS TOASTS , . . i
lis a convenient stove for meals' at odd hours, late sup
pers; Sunday night tea, fa for the sickroom.,
Price $6.5.0:, '' ''
The Hawaiian Electric. Co., Ltd,
ger Strawberries faced the starter.
When the pistol was fired, all
1 three crews staHed off at a high rate
of speed. The. Kama hit Up a alight?
ly higher rate' of stroke than the'
others, but. Brown's Outrigger boys
When they were here a few weeks
It mi tho hl.nr.nt fi..ka in th. nri,i 'certainly seeaied, to do sb.,
that there was no surf to speak of.i Although It was Impossible to
'Why. we wouldn't have ,. another,18 'jom rfeotel to the other, exr
day like thjj.ln five years." was the w, b , n le'our; . '"", J
remark drummed Into the visitor.',"01 ' n',elrDede?ked. tourist. kept
ears by Honolulu folk. "Walt till DaUn' Wck ana, rorth along Kala- were putting more beef Jnto their
the Cleveland returns from San kaUa avenue from the Moana to the .iowr ,1.. .' ",
Tancisco, ana men you'll see what. .
real surfing means." lno greaiesi nieresi was snown
Well, the Cleveland returned on " everytning at'tno neach, and ttie
time, and It has to be admitted that Outrlgger Club. was. surrounded by a
the Pacific Ocean absolutely refused bS crowd. The Hawaiian mothod
to roll a wave of any slzo at alt on ot cooking taro, tetc, was watched
to Walklkl Beach. .closely, and, many a tourist sampled
A calmor day could not be lmag- 'e good things that were on tap.
Ined, and the water was more like ' Local people , accompanied the
the Inner lagoon of some Western Clevelanders and explained every-
Pacific Island .than anything else, tiling' to thimv' It was easjf enough
Not a ripple .except those caused to tell "thfs.bnnch they- had not
by the racing canoes disturbed the been here' before that the' mlsera-
pondlike surface of the ocean, ble conduct ot the surf was some-
And. to make things worse, the thin one' had never seen before.
fresh .water stream that flows be-. But whehtvfer an. officer or sailor
tween the Moana and Seaside hotels from the Cleveland hove '" lnt th?
had broken through Its barriers .of. guides always re'njembered an Import
Band and had polluted the whole of ant engagement end hurried awty
waiaiciDaa. v . . (tne Cleveland sujtnau been nere o-
The,dUcoored waW'worrl'edHo-'fore. k . -
nolulu-DeoDle even nlore than. the ab-1 But. .Ibklnt aside.. it Waa'indse'd
sence.firsurf. The-mud carried sWfttl'ifor Jlorluhi,;,-'llWOitoojMJd iour.sisrUrs Jaced .the
J. L..lk. ..U u.J.b. ,... I.M. .i..4. Hfl'lklM 1-. '.l.II MM' .', ' '' ' ' ' -' '-' -- " -
UVWU UJ IUV AMVk'BlMlft (US .piKCtU I.KUUW WMIpL VVHIL4K ,p IMII IV
Xater Jn front of tho beach look like to haveto standaround end anoKj-
wui-uia na,uf B1B0 lur ynw 1 ,Bl.. iiuusu,p,"i
It was, a pretty race tip to the
turn, when the Strawberries lost a
lot of way.t From the turn back. to
the finish It was nip and tuck be
tween, the Kama and Brown's boys,
but' the latter won out by a small
margin.. -Time, 4 rain. 6 1-S sec.
Brown's boys are all haoles, and
they did1 remarkably good work In
defeating the Kams. It will be re
membered that the1 white tads also
won out In the canoe race herd last
Regatta Day, ThaClark cup goes
to the Outrigger Club through their
win on Saturday,
The four-naddle canoe race also
went to the Outrigger regular crew
They won from the Kallhl Aquatic.
Qltib- by one. canoe length. The out-
Igger nrwnsrry crawwa biu
lling panoe race was a good
FEBBUABY 17, 18 AND 19
'DBAMATIC, MUSICAL AND ATHLETIC PBOOBAM
PRICES $1, 75c, 50c. and 25c.
Seats on Sale at Bergstrom Music Company
The tanoet'-preeMea' a-prettr
elgfit'ea- they salted out to the mark
apj back. The Klokalanl, sailed by
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M '' '.,. V''.' "
Evenln Bulletin (75c. Per Month
$1760.00 f. o. b. factory.
This is the oar which has attained oa the Maiil4 saefa a eavksle repitstiom at
the best hill climber and the fastest oar oa the level 4t has beaten tssts ani afsin ears of
twice and three times its cost. . . '
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' Records show that the up-kee of .the BaUlc V'mieit lewer 1km msst mm remait
bills on the model "17." amonn mert to mothiag. ,
Do ;yoa? wonder why Mainkusd eople(aie staay over these ears aai that His akaost.
Impossible for as to get delivery of themt - ,
A carload arrived, few weeks ago and was sold. at siaht; a second sarlead has jsit sr
rived and is.form'ng the chief, topie ol conversaUoa at the aaaasjes. "' v ""-
v -Bejsnreito see.the Buickand have demoastsatioa befote yea sVoies ea 'tew pnrchus
of your oar.. , ; ." . , ( , .
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The ypmrHamm-Yoiing Comptiny, 'Ltd.,
Punahou, was the first to cross tho l
flnlflhlnir Una with n rnnnn nwnArl '
by Keola, second. The-Plllkla, han
dled by Alex 8mlth, got third place.
All the surfboard experts of both
sexes were on hand ready to per
form, It there was any sign ot a
surf, but thero was nothing doing In
that line, worse luck.
A. II. Ford was much In evidence,
and ho did the 'best he could under
the circumstances. His suggestion
that the tourists could Bee the real .
thing In surfing stunts at Bonlne's
show was' availed ot later In the,
evening by many of the Cleveland
ers. Yes, It was a good Job that Bo-
nlne had the real goods to deliver,
or otherwise our vUHors might have
thought it was another case of. "you
should have been here last week."
SEMUIT BHM'S JMB'
ID REMARKS HI SERVICE
Natiaaal Guards Will Play Any Mil
itary Team in. the country, and
Beat Them, Too.
Sergeant Barry Is not mad, oh no,
only a little annoyed at certain re
marks that appuared In a military pa
per a few days ago. Tho genial ser
geant writes as follows;
"Sporting Editor, B u 1 1 o 1 1 nn :
Bear Sir: My attention has been
drawn to certain remarks In tho "Scr
vico" that seem to lmpy that my team
of ball tosscrs la. overrated, and that I
havo been blowing too much, .nbout
the Guard's, ball playing abilities.
How, 1 wish to say that my boys are
a good bunch mid .that they will play
any military tosm In' these islands any
btd time a match can bo- arranged, 1
did not say anything when the Fleot
nine beat the Guards. Everybody
was no kick comrog. ' ' -
I think tho remarks of the Service
show animosity to the N, O. H. boys,
and there Is no reason for any such
statements. As far as I, personally
am concerned, I would not tako any
notice of the remarks of tho scribbler
for the' Service. Ho docs not know
wbathe Is talking about, and knows
loss about any thins else.
Finally the Onards aro ready to tako
on any team of toldlers or marines' In
the country and beat them too, not
withstanding the Scrvlco mans hot
(Sgd.) E. S. BAIHIY,
Mgr. N. O. II. Ball Team
Out at tlioManoa Teiinla Club courts
the racket wleldors nrs having a groat
umo ny ciccirici ugni, ana aunougn
the ganio Is hardly as .good as that
by sunlight, tho members are having
much healthful exercise. It is planned
to have rodectors installed In the near
future, and then the play wilt bo even
netter tnan at present. '
Additional Sports on Page 9
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HEABD AT THE BEACH.
" MISS EVA ALVA
Song and Acrebatio Dance Artist
Betnrning from a Two Years' En
gagement in China and Bussia
Premier Pianist of the Far East
Story of a BanK Note
Fort Street Below Beretania
MAY WALLACE end BOBBIE WAY
5s.,- 10c., 15c.
Comer Nuuanu andvPanabi Streets
LABIAT ABTIST '
THE MONTANA OIBL
Dr. J. II. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND 8UB0E0N.
Aiakta St., Mauka Paeiflo .Club.
OfBoe Hours From 10 to 19; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO IS.
Tel. Office. 580. Brtidence, 1460.
"Say, this Is like fairyland. I
wish it was not the first placo on
the list, for I don't believe we will
frtid anything that will come up to
It on the rest of the trip."
"Do you live here!" asked one of
the solid-looking men ot tho Clovu
land Darty of a vounir ladv sitting
beside him 'on one ot tho benches at
the beach Saturday. "Yes," answer
ed the lady. "Do you ever walk
around on the streets at night?" re
sumed the solld-Jooklng man. The
young lady looked a little startled,
but answered that she did somo-
times. "Well, I should thtnk that
you would be afraid, of walking oft
this beautiful Island into the water
In the dark." .
"All I want to see Is the' queen's
palace. I never saw a palace yet
that Is, one In which royalty really
lived in and, by hooky, I am going
to see this one.'
WING CH0NG CO
CNO M. XIAI BITHKL
Dealest la Furniture -buttresses,
CIS., Ite. All Utds of K0A sad
HTWrCW rUBXITUBS Made Xv
for gifts at
Wing On Chang's,
Bethel St.. Between King and Hotel
111 Iflmil Van UW. Sllil.H. HAIUrM nnmimi ftmmv.nnA M.y VAnkM &jdKM
! aiau iva lime mama snsai fAuairx Aiix.niiun iu juaoLnu ii"avt
1 1 s - r.mmr.iiura uu.. i.rij. m:-:t
, ,,,.. -t .. , . Dears the nff m yfTZT
1,1 " J11 , ." , , , ' k , . . -m t , " ' ' " WT BULUCTIN ADft PAY -.MB dmJBW
Now, that the prohllbtlon propo
sition mustrporforce, tako a nap we
wolud kindly beg to suggost the kill
ing ot the Illicit stills In the hills,
not on Oahu only but throughout
this entire Territory! Also, that
the multitude of (wicked "spirits")
crSmlnal-drlnklng-dons be shut for
(all times, by hook or by crook. This
Is a work, that will well repay nn
outlay, ot money and of brain
powerj EDITOR TIMES.
Feb. 12. A. Dr 1910.
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