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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 30, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
STERLING BICYCLES ar: exceedingly giaccful in appearance
ami substantial in construct on They aic made in one of the
largest and best cquinucd factoucs where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine stjlc, runnmu and wearing qual
itics with moderate price. The quality which enter into these
bicjclcs is made possible onlv by the possession of this lone; ex
perience, unequalled manufacturing facilities and a great output.
STERLING MODEL A. TRICE $25 00
FRAME: 22 inch Option 20, 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bra.kct dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel pla'cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 30 to lear. Hubs, syndic pattern with ball
tameis. Wood runs enameled to match frame,
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube cr M. & W. Double Tube.
GEAR: 75. 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-1G inch block, 1 inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 400.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up cunc reversible,
CRANKS: 7 inch single piece, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HALL cfc SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
FIGHT GAME NOW LOOKS MORE
PROMISING THAN FOR MONTHS
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
J. ABADIE, PROP.
OFFICE 777 KING ST TELEPHONE 1401
Remember that this Laundry Ins no branches.
Tlio sooner S.iicouc ciin Ret lit
Pileilinan the latter lie will like It,
nu online; to the lIiiiIIoiiko ho has
Issued to tlio other tighter.
Jim lUiao wants Mime fishtcrti to
Kii up iiKnllist who me not In the
Hi at cl.'iax In lloiioliilii's pimlllstlc
world, u ml within n few weeks ho
will then ho alilo to take on tlio ton-
note hern for n whirl
I The liRht K'lnio was looking up bo-
foro Jack Urine urilved fiom the
I coast, hut with tlio arrival lit this
promoter the local men mo looking
I for xomuthliiK good to ho lining In
the not few weeks, mul ahout the
holltlii)H thero shoulil lio several
good genu nrrungcil whlih will ilraw
JACKSON CLAIMS HE WILL HAVE FIGHTS ON AT CHRIST-. Whites Trim Kauluwclas at Y.
MAS AND GRACE MAY PROMOTE SOMETHING AB0UT M. C. A. By Nineteen- ,
THE SAME TIME WORTH WHILE. , Six Score.
In spe.il lug f the light piomotlni
tchcnio Mgcl .(nekton m that he!
never told mi)onc that Oru e win
hutting Into lih game, that no mat
ter what (lime illit ho was going to
pull off it icniml of bouts on Christ
inas Kvc, If cur thing went well.
.Itnkson has been doing a Uttlo
(inlet Inu'ttlgiitlim ami now claims
that Hall li is agieed with him to'
meet MiCuru at the specified time,'
and In the meantime ho will work
out with a man Jackson names so!
Hi it the promoter can sco what ho
Jack (irate holds that ho will lmo
nothing to do with Hall until that
Aiihtinltan tonic? out mid shows
what lie can do
"I arranged to hac Hall put on
the mitts a few dnjs ago and ho
would not do It because he found
theic weie to he several lo al sports
pios-ent," slid Ornee "lie app-uont-1)
does lint want to show what ho
can do mid I would he foolish to
make am anangements with a light
er who can't or won't tome out and
light roi exhibition "
Grace Ins nl7ed up the fighting
gamo well In Honolulu anil he ici-
llcs as well as the residents hero
who have followed the game that It
must be mused along carefully to
bo gotten In a healthy Btate so that
good goes can be pulled off with
I That Is one reason whj ho will
have nothing to do with promoting
n light between men whom he has
not tried out himself, and he sajs
that Hall wants to surprise the pub.
He evident! wauls to train and
box In private until tlio ttmo or the
fight with .Milium comes and then
dazzle the sports!) his performance
In tlio ring
The cooler woathei of the past
few ilan has put tlio light spirit In
to soNcral of the local men and the)
all feel lIKo getting Into the gamo
In ii hurrj Just now If onl to warm
up thelt blood
Sardine of tlio Mai lues Is out nf-
tei rrtedniau of the Cnwihy and 1?
sure ho can do htm. up at tholi next
meeting although the horseman got
tlio decision over htm at their last
'1 hero Is time, plarc, lighters mul
the nocc-,m number of spoits In
this elt to gin ler-afnllj pull off te
rial (,ood lights within the n'ext few
weeks, nlid It Is time that something
wot th uhl'e started- In that Hue to
wako things up here
IN ONE INNING
Honokaa Team Defeats Jap
anese 28-5 in Five
At tho rccucst of several local cit
izens Manager Hunter of tho Ho
nokaa batch ill team had his forco
mil In full strength on Sundaj after-1
noon lu a gamo against a Japiueo,
nggregatlim of hall tosers
Tho game was n erj great ills
appointment In tho 1100 spectators
for It was gencrnll) thought tho
Mikado out lit would lower the col
ors of tho llluo and White. So one-;
shied was the game tho captain of.
tlio Japtncrc threw up the spongo'
after the fourth Inning on tlio j
grounds that It was Iniposslhlo for,
them to defeat the Houserltcs audi
left tho standing of the llnnl scoro
28 runs to 5
Pitcher Hlllj Ilurkc for the llttlo
fellows was kept In hot water all
through tho gamo and at all times
undo numerous balloon attentions
Ho never proved hard to the Houser
ltes at any Etage of tho giiiie.
Score by Innings1
Hoiioknas .. ,1 '' .1 IS
Japaneso ... 0 0 - !
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DOTS AND DASHES
December 4 IJvv.t and Alea tcnnlsi
men get together for the Hist match
ever plaed between theso plantation!
teams, each putting up flvo teams
Alea has alrcad tho following j
teams- NMc-kelscn and (Jlbh Cowan
and Verrett, A) ml and Maria, lludclo'
mid Swadllng, and I'eterson and Too
Ynii, Hwn so far has Collins and
lJkluuil, anil McKeevor aim urcen
llcld. Wold comes from llllo that lerrj
llroderlck has Coplt In lino condition
and tho rn'o to bo run on tho track
thcio Now Yctu ' will be worth going
miles to sec.
It looked foi a long time last eve
ulng as If the Kaultiwe'a'H were go
lug to put It nil over the Whites,
canned baichall artists of Y M. C. A.
hut with the mire tied In the last
lu the first half of tho ninth, tho
Whites went In tho last half and
brought seven runs which gave
them just that much lead over tho
During the first Innings tho Kan
lawelas had It all their own ua,
scoring six runs In the first thico
while the homo aggregation mndo
nothing In the first and flvo lu tho
second and third.
After thlrv however, tho homo
tenm went Btcadllv ahead, getting
ono tallv each lu tho fourth, fifth
anil sixth, while tho visitors drew
blanks lu each of theso Innings
In tho seventh tho Whites did not
Ecine and the visitors mndo two
runs, thus making a tip, tho Whites
got one In tho eighth and the visitors
diew another blank, and then In tho
first of tho ninth the visitors drcv
one, making another tie.
It was In the last half of this Inn
ing that things began to happen mid
when the cliceis ceased to echo and
tho coa hlng ceased It was found
that seven tuns wero made bi tho
home team, thus giving them a de
lliiuii and I lonii n umpired, Tullo li
acted as scorer and the entile time
of tho gamo was ono hour and seven
Y M C A Lewis, ef Main, Pi
Cannon, Hi; 1'crrelra, 2b; Itosa, 31;
Mrnulre. sw; Ilaptlst. rf; Xntt, If.
Kauluwcla Kualll. c -, Kapua, p;
llrlto,.1b; Knpnl, 2b, Xakl, ah; Shel
don, ss. Kaput, rf, Santos, If.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Wines and Liquors
FAMILY 1 RAPE A SPECIALTY
Mont Rouge Wines
The old treatment of kidney ells
easo by exiltatlun has broken down,
deaths nearly 90,000, and buolss do
claio It Incurable. If jou havo had
klduej tioublo over six months call
for helpful diet list and pamphlet
freo that may prolong or savo jour
HONOLULU DItUQ CO.. LTD!
A sciond recital, by tho pupils of
Onliu College, was given jesteiday
afternoon In tho Chas. It llishop
Hall at I'unnhou. Ihe piogiam was
most cutcitnlnlng and was listened
to b) a most appreciative gathering
of friends, l'ollowlng Is tho pro
giain: I'rcludo Chopin
(a) l'ctlto Tarantclle Holler
(b) Summer Llchucr
Monologue At tho Ilox Olllco
The lliook Heller
Vulso Impromptu ..,,,' Von Wllui
Hay Churchill, Genevieve Young.
Tctito Mareho l'oldlnl
Olrls' (llco Club
Sw lug Song I.olir
Slumber llo.it . , (Injnor
ltomauc o , . . MacDowell
Tho Chnso Ithcliibcrgc
Martha M Clicsucj.
Maudo Sejde. I
Hovh' Oleo Club
Drink to Mo Onlv With Tlilno I
That Uttlo l'eaeh
OPERETTA AND CONCERT.
Dm TbiiiKilav. tVrfinbur f mill, nt
8 p in lu St Andiew's Palish Hall, I
an opciattu anil concert will ho glv-j
en under the auspices of tho Yomij
People's Club Tlio argument of tho'
opcicttn, entitled "Wlllo (lie Wisp" Is
that tho Maish Splilts (those delus
ive lights found In marsh dlstiicts)
headed h Will o'-tho Wisp, llo In wait
for a uutlilen who while ictuinlug
home, has lost hci waj In tho night;
Will oMlio Wisp nimounces his Inten
tion of luring her to her dcith In a
st'iguant ikioI lo illsplajlng his light
Tlio I'aliv Qrecn and her host declilo
to prevent this On tho approach of
tho maiden. Will o'-the-WIsp slions his
light, and she, fancying It to bo n
tiavcler'H laiilcru or tho light from
some cottage Is about to follow It, In
Bplte of tho warning voices sho heard.
So the I'alrles, to prevent this, vvcavo
a spell loiiud her and put her to
bleep. At ibo break tho maiden wakes
sees with horror tho dreadful fato bIio
has escaped, and Is found and wel
comed by tlio vlllageiR who havo been
scaichlng for her duilng tho night.
Tho conceit numbers will bo ren
dered by tho Young Peoplo'g Olcu
Club, and b) well known local must
A scientist figures It out that tho
e.utli weighs ten trillion tons, and
tho sjinpalhy wo alwas folt fur old
man Atlas is Immensely lucre ucil by
tho discovery. I.os Angeles Herald.
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture.
Ladles' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a. in. to 10 p. m.
and Prvatc Instruction,
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such ns
CRESTA BLANCA and INQLEN00K
WINES. KINO WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which wc carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO.,
ROSA. & CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakca nnd Queen Streets
I acific 3
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. 1'ort D. H. Davics, Prop.
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Inter-Island and O It H U Shipping
books for Halo al tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 u
olllco, fiOu ouch
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To Get You Acquainted With Us
Wc want you to sec our exceptionally low prices and
high grade Clothing, then you will admit you have never
seen anything to equal them.
They arc in two and three-piece suits, WORSTEDS,
CHEVIOTS, CASSIMERES, FLANNELS, FRENCH ALPACA,
SELF STRIPE and BLUE SERGES. The latest 1911 pat
terns in stripes and checks.
Here Is Your Clothing
They are the product of the best makers, the materials
arc excellent, the tailoring faultless, the styles pleasing to
the quiet and to the fashionable dressers.
nrJ! ILh -thc inter?st J, Svopy man t0 Participate in this
great clothing event. Plain to say, we give qood, solid,
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Prices range from $6.50 to $21.50 and worth from 40
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