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1010 STERLING: M3DEL A. TRICE $25.00
FRAME: -- lch. Option 2), 21. Alnln tubes 1 Incii kciinlcaa
Etcut. Flush Joints. Crank llrnckct dropped 'J-! Inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel pinto I.
FINISH: Wack cnnmcl, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Orcen.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swuged. 32 to front
wheel, 3G to rear. Hubs, spindle pattern with I111II retain
, ers. Wood rllns ciiuumlcd to mat'li frame.
TIRES: Now Oxford Single Tube or SI. & W. Doublo Tube.
DEAR: 7fi, 21x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-lG Inch block, 1 Inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheolcr No. ISO.
HANDLEBAR: 18 Inch up curve reversible.
CRANKS: 7 Inch slnglo piece, forged from selected stock.
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WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
Wt deliver to til parti of the city twice daily.
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The Scenic Attraction of California
A vallcp of great beauty and grandeur, unique In Iti
asiemblanej of ihccr walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the mmber of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A QuicK,
Dally train service from Merced to the Park Line, eon
nects at Kcrced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEEMER. Traffle Manager. Y. V. R R Merced, Cal.
I n2H Nuuanu Rt
JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
75c, lei Month
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FINE PROGRAM ARRANGED
FOR BIG REGATTA DAY
TWELVE EVENTS WILL BE ROWED AND SAILED SHELL
RACE ATTRACTING MUCH ATTENTION MANY OF
THE CP.EWS WERE OUT YESTERDAY.
I.nllier Hough's I'carl, Mlilclt has lice
llllli' craft litis shown ruucli M'rp
form. The IVnrl will Compete Iti
Now that tlic program for ltogutta
Day Is announced, tlio dozen or bo
events that llgmo on thu schedulo
look pretty good to tho followers of
rowing uml sailing. There may pos-
blly ho unnther race that does not
llguru on tho program, uml that la
tho shell event Unit has been cans-;
ing ro much tall, lately. Tom King,
tho energetic chairman of tho re
gatta committee, has been rounding
up thu oa lumen who uiu to take part
In the shell race, uml jesturday uft
crnoun livo men turned up ut the
Uus Schaefcr, Uiuls Underwood,
Aithur Kwnrt, Halph Johiutou and
Ijoulu King were on tho spot uml 11
crew was gotten together for u trial
spin. Schnefor, King, Johnston and
Kwart manned tho shell, and tho
way they sent the boat through tho
water was u treat to watch. All
four men are good enough, uml al
though Schncfcr has not rowed in
any shell races, ho knows how to
pull u ile'.cut stroke.
The Ilealanls have a shell crew
which lines up us follows: Charlln
Brown, Will James, Sumner ami
Cameron. This iiuaitet will make
tho Myrtles do their very best In
order to win, llnth crows will do
some strenuous training between
now nnd September 17, and tho ro-
From anywhere downtown will take you to the
Best Bar in Honolulu
Right around the corner from Fort on -Hotel
and there you are
"It's The Fashion"
Tho Two JiiukH, Hotel nunr Fori
HONOMIMJ, T. II., TIIUUSDAY. SKIT. 8, 1!)10.
11 altered 11 ml nlnin .rebuilt. Thli
l, mill her -.Upper huuille. her In Hue
the sailing races mi llcgnttii Hay.
milt should be 11 line, exciting ruco.
Tho special pair-oar racu between
tho Prime ami Ale. Hoticrtson,
ngnlm-l Charlie C'hlllliigworth nnd
I'rank TliompMin, Ik going to lie n
poach. Thu training Blunts of thu
veterans hae liecn gooil, anil nl-
tlinusli Cliarlle Chilllngnorth did
mcrcxert himself on Labor Day,
while trying to iiuvlgulo tho globo
In a small bout, the crews are get
ting Into line shape Lots of wugera
have been made on tho result of tho
nice, and Panama hats uml other
useful articles will tie purchased by
one side or the other utter thu event
Many Crews Out.
Yesterday afternoon all wns bus
tie on the harbor, and no less than
livo slx-o.ir barges came racing in
from tho spur buoy at one time. Tho
rcnloru, Juniors nml' freshmen were
nil out, and u great sight tho fleet
presented us tho ours lifted and
llatilieil In the sunlight.
Tho Myrtles would like to hnvo
three barge ceuts for freshmen nml
seniors on Iteguttn Day, hut us there
Is a shortuge of boats and there Is
mi chum u of tho men getting prop
erly trained for tho events, tho pro
gram will stand uu nrruuged.
Much speculation Is going 011 uu
to whlrh club will win the prcinlerj
honors this 5 ear, and both sheds
have enthusiastic bnckers who will
not llstciAtir anv sucBestlou of lie
feat. Tho .Myrtles have such u long!
siting of victories behind them that!
they think they can mid one more'
on .September II. The llcalanis,
howoor, know that they have Im.
proved u lot, ntnl, having lowered1
the colors of tho .Myrtles In tho lin-j
proiuitu regatta some months ugo.
they feel that they can rcpc.it the
Thctu has been n general revival
of really amateur sports lately, and
what with polo, tenuis and rowing,
things look bright for clean sport.
Thu polo series attracted more at
tention than ever before, and tho
gcncinl publics was 11111c.l1 Interested
In the scries. Then the annual ten
uis 1 liamplouslilp caused much ex
citement, and many people who, us
a rule, do not attend tho. matches,
did ro nml wore very pleated with
The regatta this jcar will be an
rlhcr brunch of clean amateur sport
that will siitcly draw a crowd, nnd
thu program that lias been arranged
Is us good us any of the past. Tho
eventu will b as follow:
1 Senior 81 -Our Sliding -Scat
llarge. Prize, $2.r trophy.
2 Slx-I'nilillji C.uioc. Klrst prize.
$30; heuind prize, 1!.
3 Freshman Six Oar Slldlng-Scut
llarge. Prize, $25 ttophy.
4 Four Paddlu Canoe. First prize,
120, second prCvc, M0.
r. Senior Palr-O.ir llo.its (sliding
scats ) Prize, $20 trophy.
C Four-Paildlo Canoo (modern).
First prize, $20; bccoihI prize,
7' Junior l'alr-Oar l)oats (sibling
scats). Prize, $20 trophy,
8 Special Pair-Oar lloats (sliding
9 Sailing Itaco for Sea Wrens.
Prize, $15 cup.
Sailing Itaco for Pearls. Prlio,
Sailing Canoe Itaco, First prize,
$1",; second prize, $10.
Sailing Canoo Itnco (modern).
First prise, $1.; second prize,
Cutrles will bo received nt the
Hawaiian News Company from Tues.
day till Friday of next week.
OAHIJ COUNTRY CLUB
TO MOLD MEETING
Elcction of Officers for Year
and Other Matters.
Tonight at the Young Hotel root
garden, tho annual meeting of thu
Oahu Countr) Club will lie held uml
somu Interesting und Importnnt mat
ters will be nltcnded to. Tho meet
Ing will bo called to- order ut half-
past bcveu o'clock, and uftcr the
1iMi.1l business Is transacted, tho
election of officers will bo pro'-ccded
The Country Club is nourishing,
und many Improvements have been
made on the links nnd ut the club
house. Tho policy of the manago
luent Is to keep on Improving the
property all tho time, uml many al
terations have been madu during tho
Tho Stewart Cup tournament will
! ulfco coma up for consideration, und
tho matter will ho attended to by
tho committee In charge of tourna
The vicll Itiunni jarhllng ami rnnliiK
man vihn It chairman of the llcgallii
D.i) ('(iniinlltce. hi in; viut one of
Hie rren of the llaiiall In I he Irunv
I'urlllc nice. '
DOTS AND DASHES FROM
Ilugbyt men who may bo settled In
Honolulu will ic.nl with interest the
lecord of tho California!! 'varsity
team which visited Australia and
New 'calami lately. Thu record la
Date .Matih , ltslt.For,Ag.
J liner 18
Sjdncy l'nlv.,l.ost li 17
Syilifcy rnlv.,l.ot I !) 10
2.r I Maoris lllo'it ' ljl H
27 I Mudrls '.Ust a 21
2 I Hunter dlst..W.oli.i't0''t!i'
July 2K)illiej l-tilv.I.ott J 8U
5 I Cen. West'in.l Won 11 ti
3 J Metropolitan l)rn 8 8
Inly Ifi I Wellington. .Uist
O I 22
3 j '.I
0 I l'.
r, 1 18
0 1 :t
20 I OtllRCI !.OHt
2S I Canterbury. .Iist
20 1 V'ingniiiil. ,.'l,oi-t
" " oruii. . . . I Wnn
Aug. :t '.11 kland. . . iDr'u
Ui."t . .
Joe Forrest, who Ss leaving for
Australia In tho near future, will
find that on tho big rinks of Sydney
and Mclbnurno are to bo found sknt
ers who can clip n lot off his Ho
nolulu record for tho mile, lie
t-kutlng is tho principal diversion
Just ut present In the Australian
cities, ami tho rollers are somewhat
neglected, although somo of tho
rinks are still going.
The Wulnlua baseball ulna wcru
defeated on Monday last ut l.ale h)
thu Knliuku outfit. Thu bcoro was
10 to 8, uml thu defeat of tho Wul
uluuus was u surprlbe, us they had
won every game plajcd this bcabou
so far. Tho game on Sunday went
to tho Walulua tram by n score of
16 to 7, so the defeat on Monday
was ut unexpected one.
1-leut. O. I,. Stiirdovaut of the I".n
glucera Corps, U. S. A., made u
world'B record at Camp Terry, when
ho shot twenty-four straight bull's
ees, and finished the Leech Cup
match with thu perfu't wore ut
three ranges. ills total w.ib 10.,,
wlil'h Is one moro than Cupt. K. K
V. Casey madu In 1008.
Mrs. Coulter, who was defeated In
thu Callfoiulau tenuis tournament
on August 27, has evidently fared uu
better In the preliminary uiuiiiU or
the Del Monte championship lurci
Tin) imiriiamont la innr now, ami no
imIiIh lias III nil roculved ikivliiic him
the Honolulu 'h;ilHiloll lad pla.ver
Siuilli Africa l sllllllna on Hi"
IIiimIi Inotbull llohls IH vstll sit Ills
rliksl HrmiiMls ,Nt JuhsiiiiMiiiirK
lulidi Dm isttiiili AfrlrHiit iltfmisil
Hih ItinlUh tui b) to lb
(A.MlllOlial 8ji UU 1'4 0,)
n a a u t: :: n t: :: :t : ti u t: tt
tt COMINQ EVENTS. It
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St Secretaries nnd managers of II
It athletic clubs are InOtcd to Lend St
It In tho ilntm of nn utenta which SI
tt they may be getting up, for In tt
tt serllon tinder the nbovo hend. St
1 tt Address nil communications to SS
'St tho Sporting Fdltar, llullutlu. SS
SS Sept 1
SS Sei t 1
tt Oct 2.1
tt (! C
Oahu Juniors, tt
AkuIiIh vs. I'alama3. St
Mil llocku Ml. Atalils, II
I'nui Hall, Fournonip, II, SS
Cricket. . U
O Hall Cup. ' St
Annual !( itta SS
tt SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS SS St St
Australia's Own Comedian
MISS ALMA LYNDON
Jrom the Rlckard Circuit
BANVARD & FRANKLIN
Acrobatic Sketch Team
EMPIRE- THEATER 1 fj
AKU TUB lliaT j illT
IN THU CITY
Admission 15c, 10c. 5c.
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
The Greatest Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON '
Singinc Dancinc and
And v !,
LATEST MOTION- PICTURES
Next SATURDAY EVENINO, Sep
tcmbcr 10, 1010, nt Lusltana Hall,
1355 Alapai Street, given by Carna.
tion Social Club, Refreshments (reel
Tickets at door: Cents 50c, Ladies
25. Everybody cordially invited.
King- nnd Nuuanu Streets '
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