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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 19, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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touch it for Woodwork of nil sorts, Pianos ruuiiturc. Caniaccs,
Automobiles or Bicycles.
' , IlJ" ,nl'l)lic1 witl n cloth nnd s not a Varnish, but a Sur
I J wonderful for dustinp. If you have never used it, try
in y0iu bcen us'nB " yoit Wc,,,t wa,,t ,o sto" aim ,1,i5
will remind you that we have n pood stock or Liquid Venter in
nil sized bottles.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
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A Natural Mineral
LOVEJOY & CO.,
902-4 NUUANU STREET
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.,
Again we speak of the
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakra and Qneen Streets
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA nnd INQLENOOK
WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY. MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFMM ft CO.,
rhnne 2020 4.. Queen Street
RACING ON AT EMERYVILLE
AND MAY OPEN ELSEWHERE
ORAL BETTING SUCCESSFUL ON CALIFORNIA TRACK
EASTERN MEETS MAY BE ON IN FEW MONTHS
NEW YORK HORSE SHOW BIGGEST EVER REC
ORDS BROKEN IN ARIZONA.
That the racing game may
In ir.icti(-l. nil pari of llio
"Ml Sliitrx Ik the nous lnounht ill the
last mall, ami frmn New Yoik to
thn IMcllle Coast thu racliiK of horsi'.i
In full Bwlrnt llmIii In thu
lu-.ir fiitiirn. i
TIip animal nipot at Cmpryvlllu
fiimtiinl tin, U..Iiip.I(i. I ,... ..
-,' mm iLuiiiiiuj, .lull Llll'ItT HflU
thonsainls of perwinx pieaent to hco
tl.P llrst races of the umm.u on the
California trark, there lielni: leu en.
tries fin the (list rare on the pro
Kttim. The Kmeryvlllo BPason Marleil
with far brighter prosno'ta than a
year nRn. when llio oral hettlni; b)-e-ti'lii
went lulu effe t. ami those who
then feared the outcome have found
that the k:iiiil can hu carried on piof
Itahly ami the close of the season
raw the spoil In a healthv condi
tion. Stahles from nil over the fulled
States and seeial from Camilla are
at Kmco vllle for the meet this year,
and the season promises to far sur
pass that of last jear. bigger purses
lieliiR Riven, which hrltiR out a
Rrealer uuniher of Rood horses.
KnP!ll.lllfr nP rn.lnrr lit Mm tct
AniriiKi. lii.inw.,,1 i,i n, rii,.u.i..'.l ..!
ray early this month In New York:
mi i. r..iii, f i.......
It Is foolish for anybody to say
that lacing Is dead Just because tho
local racetracks aro closed. The1
Westchester racing association Is so
hopeful fur the fnliirp of tho mmi-i
,i r. .i... ... . ..... ... ' ,.
...... i,.i.-i iii.j inn, ut viit, Jflir II
will offer a number of stakes to
hoiFe owners for their nominations.
Tho pilurlpal events will he tho Del
mont, tho Ladles" and the Nuisory
'Tho rata of the minority
holders against the directors of a
racetrack will bn the avenue through
which Iho laws will bo defended."
ho continued. "Tho construction of
the Agnew-IVrklns laws Is so ambig
uous that It Is Impossible to tell
what 'they specify and prohibit. He-
cause of their ambiguity the direc
tors thought It advisable to close tho
I'nln. II. In f., II 'PI... 1. ....,!.. .. II..I
!nfi i.iid iiiii. ill.' ii'tiPiHK "I 1,11
mont park to the aviation meet did!
not menu mat tno iracK would no
abolished nnd racing discontinued.
Tho grounds wero Ijlng Idle, and as
the association was offcied n good
rental by tho lilrdmon to clvo exhl.
hltliins It was leased to them.
Racing Is not a orlmo and tho
Jo key dub will contluuo to hold
racing meetings. Tho law of tho
Statu sanctions the sport, for It has
appointed h Statu racing commission
to supervise t. As the jockey club
has never violated any laws It will
contluuo to offer racing meetings as
long as thu people aro willing to pat.
Under date of November 10 a dis
patch f icini Chicago states that turf
men in that section of tho country
aro looking for a moro liberal pol
icy t a ward hard ra lug from tho
It Is for thu chango In adminis
tration that tho tin f owners havo
been waiting, and although It was
said thnt no positive assurances havo
lieou made as to any futuro program.
they weio moro than hopeful ovor
thu situation. In the event that
racing Is permitted, It Is said to bo
the plan of Iho tiark owuerB to try
tho l'.uls mutuols betting machines
first, and If no objections are raised
to this form of wagers, open book
making may bo tiled later on.
Harlem, Hawthorne and Worth
tracks aro In icaBonably good ropalr.
nnd It Is pointed nut that only a few
days would be required to put them
in siiapn ror racing
- ...... ..I,,,, n.-.iuiij in war wicKiii-
The Argentina Republic Is not to.Mm in v. ....... n-iinm -ri. n.
, .. -, ... ,
ho the Mecca for Ameilcan owneis.
anil tralnprs so confidently nutlet-
. ,, I
puiLMi. i in, iiiipiins Ares aiiiiniarn
of Ortuher tintnlns tho following:
"At a meeting of thn racing com-
mlttuo hold nt the .lockoy Club oil
,, , , . ,. , - , . "", h'MUK lliiili llltriu III nilllll
rhurjihiy List It was icsolved to cie.tll( -,.....,, .-. . ,, .,,,
ate a new law tieatlng on the par-; Canton. Shangl I I. Klao-Clmu. Pu
tlclpatlon of Imported hoises on llio IcluK and ToWo, ictuinliig to llerlln
Palermo nnd other raco courses nn- i .... ,.. ... ........ ...
,, . ... . , i
der the juilBillctlon of tho Jockey
Tho now law reads an follows:
N'o. 1 In nil hliinoiliomes under
tlie pationnco of tno joeuoy until, at
pioseiit Biibjoctp.l lo the nlil tPRiila'
tlniiH, It In iimiIcibIimhI that In. fn
tH'" n" l'" "ritlnapy rarra will he
- " ni'nni illtl, ,,,t ,l"i
open only to nnlmnla hoiti ami hri'il
In the AlKontlnp.
. -": inipoiiP.i norspfl win only
. Do alilP lo coaiiiplp In phmslc's mill
special rarps prnvlilcil for them liy
tho Jo oy Club
, V ,' " "' w law wm lnK0 c'"
f'::!n l',n Ut ,"r S-pfnil.er piox..
.iiiii ., mi inn) uppiv in norses iinpori-
ed Into tliu Argentine nnd Inscribed
I In (he AlKClitlliP Stud Hook after
i This nrtlon on the part of the
Jocl,ey Club will cIiup Iliiepos Ayrcs
for all t lino as a niaikct for Amerl-
can bred ) cartings. In recent years
.1. II. HaRRln has sold scores of joung
thoroughbred, In the Argentine Iln
The twenty-slxlh national liorso
show-opened nt New York on Novem
ber 12 nt Jladlrou Square Carden,
at which there wore 1T0O entries,
more than 200 Mian any previous
record, nnd the cash prizes amounted
lo O,0l0. besides reveral thnusalids
The Jumping ami military contests
"""iKlit riders fiom rrniice. Kiir
l?"'1' Cn '""". "10 NXliPilnmls nnd
Norway to compote with American
Down nt Phoenix. Ariz., somo liar
iiofs records have been mado ro cnt-
ly, two world's iecords being estah-
November 1 2.
I.ady Maud C. of the Savage stable
paced a mile 111 2:01 1-2, which Is
a record for tunics In a race, al
though she beat this time by 1 spp
ond III nn exhibition mllo Tuesday.
Minor Heir throw a shoo In tbU
trace while coming Into n stretch at
n l:"i!l gnlt. lirnKo. nnd lost the raco
lledgewood Iliy was third, Oeorgo
Wilbur I.ou paced a mllo In
2:191 2, which lowers the world's
lecnnl of 2 2S for yearlings that has
stood since ISO I.
A lecent .urltnl from the coast. In
giving his Impiesslons of Honolulu In
geuoinl, had tho following to say:
Or courso etcrythlng Hawaiian has
sin passed my expectations, hut ono
of my most pleasant siirnrlses enmo
in tho form of the good things to eat.
Now I cntiiro to say 1'vo been In
cvoiy hotel dining room and lestnu
rant lu tho city and I want to loll
ou, ol all Iho places I'vo tiled, I
get moro leal enjoyment out of tho
business wen's lunch sorted nt Tho
Fashion Har on Hotel street tliaunny
place l'o struck yet. Kvcrylliliie Is
sorwd right nnd It makes n lilt with
KAISER'S SON WILL
MAKE A LONG TOUR
Visit Oriental Points, But
win Not include the
IIHUUN, Nov. l.-Tho olllrlal
inogiam of the l'ar Kastoui tour of
Crown 1'rlnco l'redeilck William
was piiblshed horo today. It does
not pro'vldo for a visit to thu I'hll
IiiIuph, ns had beon suggested by
,'..., ,,,,,,.,1,1, , nt. I.IIIWH
,..,.,, ,, tll0 C)Wn Pr,IICCBS Ce.
- in., m i.,. i ....
. ....... ...... .... ,..,.nu viiu fUU.IU Uiip-
whuro they will onihark for tho Knr(ltal stnek lu r.00 shares at Jltl each
' ",., ,.,,,-j w,tiwi aiiiv in - MUIIOU
The 11 111 O will fcllOllll two months
111 India, going from thero to Slnm.lSponcor, president; Solomon 1'uku-
"J ""J "i ninuuii in inu iiiinuio oi
.,.,, ,, . . ,..,..,
-ri,n ...u.r.,. ..,..., .. ..
" t.imiwi lllliun Ul tl 1I1U1I UIU UIIIU
to test his friends.
PIKQIRIf ITV fit ' AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.
Cubs Might Be Broiifjht to
Honolulu From Cal
ifornia. Thoro In n rhanco nt cvtliile the
Clikiigo Culm licit.' for a ueiltH ir
hall names ilurlnK the next fiiw
""""t" If " Kml i.ittliiK man
or gioun of men go after thu iirniio-
eltlou In the manner In which It
should bo done.
AccordlllH In tho recent press dis
patches tho Chicago team goe-i to
California for winter praitlse, nnd
will he there for several month!),
II,,, a ...illttw- I,. ....,.UI.1..H..1.1.. ......I.
...it.' .iiiii iti i.ii!ii-!iii-i i iiiu ni.in
ueiore mo oilier teams or the nig
leagues, which will lay off fur tilt)
With tho famous lun-rrcuotlon of
ball-tostors so near Hawaii, It ought
in oe an easy manor to nave mem
ome over hero for nt least n two-'
week koaeoii. lo idiow thu local fans'
what thu game Is icall) llko when
plncd by the real professionals.
It was hut a few seasons ngo that
thoie was talk or getting tho Wlilto
Sox down heio from California fur
a season, and the only guarantee
lli.it they wanted was $1000, which
rtuilil not bo raised among the local
fans nor any group of men found
who wero willing to put up this
Willi the large number of tourists
booked for Hawaii during the winter
months, a series of real live hall
games ought to take well, and It
will be a shame If the opportunity
parses without someone taking the
matter up nnd trying to arrange a
n :: ::
FOR THIS CITY
News of Wreck of Lewis'
Machine Brought From
That tho proposed Might of air
rhlps In Honolulu will ho delayed
for soxernl weeks Is tho dishearten
lug news brought from thu ("oast
to I'ronintcr IM Lewis on the last
The liiformntloii lecelvcd was to
tho effect that the machine to bo
brought over by Lewis was Bmashed
In alighting after u scccessful Might
In California and that It will he sev
eral weeks hofoio another ran ho
It was learned that the liver which
I.owls had oidered was hi ought to
California for tho Installation 0f the
motor, nnd after everything was
i wiily a Might was mado which was
about perfect, ns Iho machine roso
from tho earth and dried In tho
.Misjudging distance In nllglitliiK
wns whnt wiecked the machine, thn
whole apparatus coming down In n
creek, and smashed so thnt only tho
motor Is now good for nnvtlilnir
Preparations for building another
inn-iiino nrn under way. but It will
bo linposslblo to get It hero In tlmo
or iiignts until after thu Hist of tho
year, stated tho promoter this morn-
At n meeting held last night, a
now sot or olllcers was elected to
take over tho niiinnRuiiiciit of thu
Honolulu Athletic Park, Limited,
nnd It was decided to Increaso tho
limit of capital uf tho company from
$2fi,000 to JB0.000.
Another proposition which found
fnvor was to make the J5000 cap
iiiftcriii or llfty shares at $100 each.
nineera nlnmt n. Vl'llll,
inura, vico-presldont: Dan Palm,
fecrelnry; and Thomas Treadway.
Work on tho diamond Is piogrcss
Ing rapidly, and It is planned lo
havo Iho Darniim & llalley shuw hold
ut the p.uk If piHRlhlo.
Weekl, llulletln fl ,.er j.ur.'keen it up. ' ""'", '"
From the Barnum &
Greatest Show on Earth
Opens in Honolulu under
Double King lent
TWO MORE NIOHTS!
MONSTER MATINEE TOMORROW!
Any Seat in the House, 25c
OE0ROE B. HOWARD & COMPANY
"Other People's Money"
lA LauRli in Every Line, and
Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday
Special Matinee Thanksgiving:
The Man from Mexico"
Order Your Scats Today
EVENING PRICES.. .25c. 35c, SOc
Tho (ircatest Song nnd Oanco Team
That I.vur Appealed In Honolulu
Tho Mnn With n Mouologuo midn
bmllo That Ilroadcus
COUNTESS IRMA DE P0MME
Tho Premier Vocalist of tho
All for One Admission No Advance
Carefully-Selected Subjects and n
Clean Show In tho
Doors Open at 0:30 Show 0:45
0RAND THANKSGIVING DALL
Wednesday, November 23, 1010
'K, of P. Hall, Corner Fort and
UVKUYHOnV cohdially invited
YACHT CLUB TO "
PEARL HARBOR EARLY
Tomorrow morning the Honolulu
Yacht Club members will nn down
to Pearl Haihnr In thn ir.,t..,n i
Charlotte C, Helono nnd Kameha
inpha, whero n big feed will bn hml
and dancing onloyed dm Inu tho nft.
crnnoii nnd oarly evening.
II Is expected that the utnpi ,,,111 1
tin mn.li, ..I..... I o ,..,.,. ...... .. . '
"- ' """iii. o i, uiulk aim ino ro.
turn by moonlight In tho lato even-
Tell a woman Just onco that sho is
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Kin ill iiiiihiiilt ii ii 1 1 ii rsti tn.t t ..
i ii i ii i nr ri'iniiiiuiiin f.i.ui i .
i 1 IILi
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS '
FltOM THE COLONIES j.
Admission IGo. 10c," So
WILLS & HASSAN
World's- Greatest i:iul lllirtsts
Corner Nuunnu and Paualii Streets
WISE & MILTON
THE MUSICAL MILLERS .!
0E0. W. STANLEY I
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
AI.01I.V HATH HOUSE.
School of l'hyslcnl Culturo,
Sclentlllo Mussage, Medical
Oyiniinstics (Swedish Move
ments), Ladles' Men's nnd Children's
classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p.
in. rind Private Instruction.
.Mr. (lusliir Workman (of
Hoyal Swedish Uymii. Inst.)
Masseur and Instructor of
I acific Jaloon
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
F01 SALE AT ALL BAR! I
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel Streets
A MASQ1TEHATVP wrllfim :," i,
the """' "
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING,
Odd Fellows' Hall, November 24,
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iuiv ilianKSHVine. Four nr.n
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