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HVBNINO ntll.LBTIN. IIONOI.ltl.il. T If. TfrcflDAY. NOV. 22. 1910.
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business in San Francisco, where quality is never sac
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Send for our Infants' and Children's Wear catalogue.
Grant Ave. and Geary St. San Francisco, Cal.
Have you ever used it? It makes old thines new. Nothing can
touch it for Woodwork of nil sorts. Pianos Furniture, Carriages,
Automobiles or Bicycles.
It is applied with n cloth and Is not a Varnish, but a Sur
It is wonderful for dusting. If you have never used it, try
it: if you have been using it, you won't want to sto and this
will remind you that we have n good sto;k of Liquid Veneer in
nil sized bottles.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
ART GLASS DOMES
Specially Selected for the Holiday Trade
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Australian Hall Out
There may be n good Ilfteen round
go In this city within n few wesks
between Joe Slcdum, who put It ov
er Soldier SleCtilloUKh nt I-ellclum
Inst week, unci Alf Hull, nil Australian
Hall has Issued u challenge for n
Ilfteen round go to McOurn and agrees
to tight for n percentage of tlio gato
and any part of live hundred dollars
ns a side bet.
The Australian has been In the city
about six months tinil has watched the
lighting game here closely. He tins
seen Slcdurn light twice and thinks
lie can stay with lilin for the Ilfteen
Hall claims to have beaten Arch
tortile nt the Gaiety Theater, Sydney,
ahout u year ngo In a fifteen round
go. He Is a little taller than Mc
Ourn and weighs now about 10
With the holiday season coming on
some promoter ought to get Into the
game and nrrange for u fight that
would attract a big crowd.
it is too lam now to pull on a
Thanksgiving bout, but next month
about Christmas time would be -n
good season to have a big fight In
the city, and It would bo well patron
ized without any doubt.
HAVE ARRANGED THE
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.,
WINES AND LIQUORS
Family Trade a Specialty
At a meeting last night tin I la
wallan Assentation Football League
arranged a partial schedulo of s'-c-
ccr games to he played In a season
commencing December 17.
There are four teams In the league
the Iron Works, High School, I'u-
nnhou and Slulles and It was final
ly decided to play double-headers on
Deccfbcr 21 and 20, and January 7,
II, 21 and 28.
J. W. Ilalns, h. a. Iilackmnn, II.
I.. Strange and J. It. M. Mnclei'i
were choson as referees.
There was considerable trouble
over the arrangement of games, i.s
the Iron Works team could not gtt
out In time to play at 2 o'clrn k ex
cept oir holidays, and the flrw game
In the double header must Halt at
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FOR M'KINLEY HIGH
Indoor Baseball at Y, M. C. A.
Was Hard Jought.
fly n scoro of til 8, the Y. M. C.
A. Illues defeated the Kauluwelas
last night In nn elevenlnlng gamo
nt the V. M. C A. gymnasium, the
score being tied In the ninth, each
team getting two runs In the tenth,
thus keeping- a tie. and the eleventh
Inning giving the nine seven runs
to two for their opponents.
The visitors went Into the grynn
slum Inst week and beat a
team from Y M. C. A. plnjcrs, nnd
the defeat by the Mines last night
was n vindication of the superiority
of the cnnneil-ball artists of tho asso
ciation. it was a bald-fought and exciting
game, the lllues Malting off with one
score In Hie second and then for four
Innings falling to get another tally.
Dining the Hint four Innings the vis
itors failed to s ore. hut III the fifth
they got one run and another In the
sixth, thus putting them ahead. In
the seventh another tally was made
by the lllues. thus tjlng tho seme,
but In the eighth another scoro was
made by the visitors, putting them
In the lead again.
In the ninth the lllues got two
runs nnd the lsltois one, thus keep
ing the scene a tie, as also In the
. tenth with two scores by caih team.
It took the eleventh Inning to de
cide the game, when tho home team
mnde scen runs and the visitors but
. two, thus putting the lllues five to
lllues II. Klcmme, c; J. Ilonan,
p; George Dwlght, lb; A. Sllvn, 2b;
I.. Hosa. 8b; K. SIcdulrc, ss; 11. Nott,
rf; Cieorge Mills, If.
Kauluwelas 11. Kniitll, c; M. Cor-
rea, p; C. Hrlto, llij II, aKpao, 2b;
Ah Toon, nb: I. Until), ss; D. Kapun,
rf; C. Sheldon, If.
Teter Correa was the official scorer
nnd I'ncoh Cavarcs and Dr. Hnnd
were the umpires. The Kauluwelas
may play the White team of tho In
terleague one week from tonight.
MAY BE BLOCKED
Company Heads List and
Would Meet Team From
HAVE LUNCH WITH US
ROSA & CO.
Beers, Wines and
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, inch as
CRESTA BLANCA and INOLEN00K
WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry.
We also carry a full line of' other
Wines and Liquors, and deliyer to
any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO.,
New OrpheumSavoy Theater
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
Hand Work Under the Most Sanitaiy Conditions
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. ABADIE, Proprietor
777 KINO STREET
Principal, SI. SI. Scott of the Sic
Klnloy High School has brought to
the nttcnttou of the Hoard of Super-
visors the urgent need of an athletic
field for the school, and the matter
1b to bo considered at tho meeting
SIcKlnley High Is the only Instl.
tutlon In Honolulu that has no ath
letic field and the need of one Is
urgent, nnd the recommendation Is
Hint tho city buy or lense tho land
on tho mnkal sldo of King street,
part of which Is now used as a Oil
n'eso flower garden.
1 it n n
AT KAPIOLANI PARK
Thoro Is tnlk of motor c"lo races
at Kaplolanl Talk nn Thanksgiving
Day, and races of five, ten, twenty
and twenfy-llvo miles are being
Kntrl'es may be mado nt llerger
Klectilc Works,. 1181 Alnke.i stieet,
for tho first three events, the long
rnco being n frec-fornll. '
All motorcycle ridden In tho
events must be! stpejk machines.
Besides the pyt)o races, there Is
talk pf n liartoJiTam, of running
maros, t)ius giving; a ;good afternoon
of sport on the track,
tt it ::
KAMS. HAVE WON
lly defeating the Ktiahiimnnus yes
terday nt Slaklkl Held by a scoro of
.1-0, the Kams hnvo won four straight
games and have not been scnied
against uliro the (Irnmmar School
League started npeiatloiiH.
The Kaahiimaniis hnvo played our
gnmes, winning two, losing one nnd
one being a uo-scoro game. Yester
day was tho Hi st tlmo they have
been seined against.
It heglns to look us If the San
l-'ianelsec) aviation meet will bo call
ed off on utcount of the demand ot
Wilbur Wright for a bonus of $1G,
000 If three of his followers tako
p.ut. Israel I.udlow, aviation meet
promoter, has announced that tho
associated Hock of niiiu birds who
arc temporarily roosting at the Hotel
Astor, have formally declared war
on the Wrights, who threaten to clip
their wings my means of the tiou
Weanwhllo. Wilbur Wright Is
'liiletly making plans to capture all
the golden eggs In sight.
An aviation trust has been launch
ed, articles of incorporation of the
aviation corpoiutlou having been
filed nt Albany. ,
The coutiolllng spirit of tho new
corporation Is Frederic Thompson,
who will net us dliector general,
while I.udlow will bo associated with
him. Negotiations nro pending with
the Wrights to Include) their filers
In tho combination. It is planned to
eitub',isli International tournaments.
The Hibt tour under this plan will
piohably Btart nt Nashville. Exhi
bitions will bo given throughout the
South nnd Southwest, TexaB, Cali
fornia nnd the Western States. It
Is expected that fourteen nvlntois
will bo included In the combina
tion, viz.: Hamilton, Slolssant, An-
hriin, firnhamfl-Whltc, On new, Had.
ley, Qudcniars, Simon, Hnldwln,
Kiisle and at least four Wright
BLACK BEAR HOLDS UP
AN AUTOMOBILE PARTY
WKAVKltVlf.I-K, Nov, '', A
nlghj i niitolnobilo puity ccffyjltjng
According to news from Kort Shat
ter, the Intercompany bowling con
tents nrn firnntltitr n pin.lt ilnnt f.r
I'lc,v0t!1 enthusiasm, nnd the different com
pany tennis nro getting Iftto tho
gamo in earnest.
On Sunday Company O defeated
Company F by 28i" points, this mak
ing three straight gnmes that this
aggregation has won, and lost none,
placing It nt the limit of tho list.
So confident nre the Company tl
bowlerB of their prowess nt tho nllcys
that they wish to meet any bowling
team In this city for n match, which
can be nrrnnged by communicating
with Sergeant Santen nt Tort Shaf.
The standing of the four teamB
now In tho contest Bhows Company
CUnt the bend, with three games to
Its credit; Company H second, with
ono won nnd one lost! Company !
next, with three defents; and Com
pany n, which Is about to break Into
the game, hut has not yet met any
Tomorrow night Company O team
will bowl against n picked team from
the entire battalion, and n lot of In
terest Is manifested in the coming
A contest may nlso he arranged hy
tho chnmplons with n team from tho
marine barracks In this city, If tho
latter should tie agreeable,
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DARING AVIATRIX NEAR
DEATH; BALLOON BURSTS
LONDON, November 2. Tho Hon.
Sirs. Ashcton I larboard, mot daring
of woman aeronauts and eterun of
more than 100 sky voyages, had a
thrilling experience today with u wild
balloon. She camo perilously near be
ing dragged Into the nlr when tho big
envelope broke from Its moorings and
went rushing uwny before a llfty-mllo
She had planned to start today from
Ilntteriicu In her largest balloon, tho
Nirvana, for u long continental trip.
With her two pilots, Sirs. Hnrboard
was Just preparing to climb In when
tho anchor ropo snapped, the balloon
swirled around, throwing Sirs, llur
board and her pilots In different di
rections. It stnrted uwny at express
train speed. Tho giant gas bag collid
ed with u gasometer, bounded nwny
nnd exploded In midair.
Sirs. Hnrboard nnd tho two pilots
suffered only slight bruises. She will
hnvo another ballo6n lit ted out nnd
start as soon hb It can ho mado ready
on her proposed continental sail.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
IT IS TO LAUGH
The Man From Mexico
Makes You Do That
GEORGE HOWARD & COMPANY
Score Another Triumph
Don't put olT ordering your seats
for the big
Any Seat :n the House, 25 Cents 1
Thnnksgiving Night, Friday nnd
SPECIAL MATINEE, SATURDAY
2:30 p. m.
"THE SULTAN'S DAUGHTER"
A Farcical Surprise! A Continuous
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Begins at G:45 P. M.
T H k
Slufllcal Artists from Orpheiim
nnd Danco World--In
Stonologuo nnd Coon Shoutcr
EVENING PRICES . .25c. 35c, 50c1 -
COUNTESS DE P0MME
From the Barnum &
Greatest Show on Eanh
Opens in Honolulu under
Double Ring Tent
.lack Johnson Is growing uneasy.
Tho heavyweight champion Isn't
finding It so easy to get along with
out mixing In tho fighting gnme ns
ALOHA HATH JIOUSU.
School of Physical Culture,
Sclentlllc .Massage, Medical
Oyninnstlcs (Swedish Move
ments). Ladles' Slen's nnd Children's
classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p.
m. nnd Private Instruction.
.Mr. (lugfiiT Illorkimin (of
Tloyal Swedish Qymn. Inst.)
Stussour and Instructor of
WILLS & HASSAN
World's Urcatest i:ullllrlsts
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission 15c, 10c, So
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
WISE & MILTON
THE MUSICAL MILLERS
GEO. W. STANLEY
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL
Thursday, November 24, 1910
l ti Mil K " " ' - "
he imagined. Tho other day In New R07AL ACADEMY OF DANCING
York ho nnnnunced that lie would, n.i.i piinw,i -ir-ii
Goitzo ntul sOmo wvmtbil
friends wns held up by n black bear
last nlBht betweun this placo nnd
Douglas City. When making a turn
in tho remit tho machine suddenly
came upon the beast. As hruln
stood up on Ills hind legs and gazed
nt tlio flaring lights, Ooctze, in veo
lug off to e upo the animal, turned
Into a cliuckhnlc and hinko tho nxlo
of tho automobile. llo and his
friends wero powerless to move tho
machine. To their delight, how
ever, the bear scampered off up tho
mountainside. Another automobile;
coming mm Douglns City, picked up suffered from alcoholism
tho tiavelers a few minutes later
leave for Paris about I'obruary Hi
mid Hint he would fight anybody It
theio wns enough money In Bight.
Victor llrcyer of Paris cabled John
sou nn offer of $20,000 to moot Joo
.lenunctto, but Jack leplled that ho
would want $2fi,000. If llrcyer
comes tliiough with tho money tho
match will tako place- early In Juno.
J. Arthur also declares that ho Isn't
through with tlio automobile racing
game.' Ho has explained thnt Old.
Held heat htm becauso Oldfleld's rnc
lug car had a shorter wheel liaso nnd
alto lio'nuso Harney know more
about taking tho .turns,.-1
t ;A Chicago dispatch saya thnt Fielder
ijoncs hits given liiynnyiliopo ot buy
,lng Into n major leaguo club now.
The cheapest no could got ono for was
Hurry Lord, who has been appoint
ed captain of tho Whlta Sox for 1011,
formerly held tlio saino position with
the lloston lied Sox, Ho succeeds
GRAND THANKSGIVING BALL
Wednesday, November 23, 1010
'K. of P. Hall, Corner Fort nnd
nVERYHODY COItDIAIXY INVITED
In tho fact that Leopold do Rothschild
who for several years wns tils employ
er, selected and looked nftcr Ills In-ctments.
John J. StcCloskoy, tho baseball
manager, seems to bo going down
hill. Jimmy Ilnrrctt, tho former
noston American putflelclor. Is to
manago the Milwaukee, American As
soclatlon team, vlco SIcClnskoy. Tho
hitter, who a year ago was In clinrgo
of the St, Louis big leaguers. Is now
In Ilutto with v. H, l.uras, ex-prcs-Idcnt
of tho Northwestern League,
trying to finance n club.
I acific 3
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all gclod fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
L0V.EJ0Y AND CO.
"Tommy" I.ontes, tho nnco famous Packey Slcl-'arland, tho Chlcngo
lCiiRllsh Jockey, was found dead In bed flRhler, has announced that ho la
on Oc'oher 2nd. It Is asserted that willing to meet Abe Attcll if tho
ho left $1,000,000. Ilo wns tho rich- latter will mnkn inn pounds, weigh
est Jockey thnt over llcd. Loales.ln at 3 o'clock. Thoio Is thought
wns 42 year old, but ho bad recently. I" bo scimn chance that tho pair
Tho sooiet.wlll fight In Now York one of IIicro
of liales' hugo foituno lies, It Is said, clays.
F01 SALE AT ALL BAXI
Rogal Shoo Store,
King and Bethel Streets