Newspaper Page Text
'"viynf- ,-, a 0 " .v'
ftVRN'INrt fJI'l.l.BTlN. HONOLULU. T If .JIIt'ItflOAY. DKC. 1. IftlO.
wimm,mi&wiitimNmmimumamBm&wi?rm-,Kr7-Zim,: ; tv" - '"TPtswiBa
, , , , . ' ",M" tmummmmA wR
80 Just Arrived
The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
IARffO ArtrRTfHU i rrilROflirriiriD nrrnmrn rifi&T i
MflMAIOUff MEM MAIL ff Ad UtLEMDtK rillill II
THE CHAMPIONS ENGLISH CHAMP IS ASSURED
STERLING BICYCLES ar exceedingly graceful in appearance
and substaminl in construct on. They ate made in one of the
largest and best equinned factories where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine style, running and wearing qual
ities with moderate price.. The quality which enters into these
bicycles is made possible onto by the possession of this long ex
perience, unequalled manufarturirj facilities and n j;rcat output.
STERLING MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20. 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bracket dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel pla.ed.
FINISH: Black enamel, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel. 3G to rear. Hubs, sjmdle pattern with ball re
tainers. Wood rims enameled to match frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube cr M. & W. Double Tube.
GEAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-10 inch block, 1 inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 490.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible.
CRANKS: 7 inch single piece, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HAIX fc SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
Defeated Puns Seven-Nothing
In Grammar League
It wiw nil Knnis patortl,iy after-
mull when Hint team rlliirlinil Its
title to the ili.impionahlii of C 1:1111
tiuir S litol Siieper l.e.ijjuo liy lie
feutii'it the I'mia 7 t) and oiicIIiik the.
FiMfnii with n K'Lonl (if mil liaUnu
been wnrcil iig.illist by any team 111
Tlio Knms linvn pl.ijed seven
gamed ami have not been scored
iiKnlntt liy any of their opponi'iitk,
thus linvlnc a clear title to the
championship of tlio league.
In the came ontcrlny tho Kama'
KO'il wni tieor In danger anil the
play was Kept almost entirely In
their opponents' territory.
Knur tallies were made In the first
ha'f of the game and In the second
half tho other three were put up.
and during all of the time tho Knnif
went Into tho game with a dash and
go that their opponents lacked.
'Captain l'ahla of the Kams Kicked
two of the T goals made, lllpa and
Mnnoha Kicked olio each In both tho
first and second half, and Keallealll
made the last one In the first period
Other games of tho series plajed
yesterday were between tho Saints
and Centrals In which tho former
won 1 0, thus giving the Saints titlo
to second place In the league, and
a tlo game ylayptl between Knahu
inanus nml Suramin In which each
liy these games tho I'uns are tied
with Kaahumnuus for third plate In
Tomonow's games scheduled nro
Tuns vs. Royals, lolnuls vs. Saints,
nml Knahumanus vs. Centrals, thesa
games cnnrliidlng the series unions
a tlo exists which will have to bo
played oil later.
It Is planned nTfw to pick n team
from tho regular teams to go up
against the champion Knnis next
Wednesday afternoon and try to
humble the pride of the victors.
Death of Old-Time Fighter Hall and M'Gurn Will Meet on
Marks Passing of Old I 17th, Promoted By ;
School. I Nigel Jackson. '
JIM .MACi: SI'UT JH- I'l, , The big fight between Australian
I 1110 rniiic iium uuginnu jciier- nan aim .joa .Mciiuin lor nticcn
day that Jem Ma c, ouo tlino heavy-, rounds la praetl ally nviircil, as the,
weight puf.lllEt ot Kugland, had died, men and their mnnagcis got togcth-f
marks tho pnoli g of the l.i3t of tho'er Inst evening with Xlgcl .lacKsonj
old s In ol of boxeis," said .lack (! race, and agreed to fight nn December 17
this morning, commenting on tho. for a purse of $:100, of which tho
death of a man whom he has known fighters get sixty per cent and tho
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
FAMILY 'I RAPE A SPfllALTY
Mont Rouge Wines
well for many ears
Maeo tried Foveral times to get
tho world's iinmplonshIp, but never
succeeded, lie died at the ago of
7fi nml up to ten years ago he gave
boxing les'jan In Knglnud and nt
times In other parts of tho world.
promoter forty, tho other nrrango
incuts to be made later.
It Is up to Hnll to t.how that ho
ran light nml ho has agreed to a
press trial either Saturday or Sun.
dav at some place In the city at
which time ho will hao n four-
NOON T i-iitjVli AFTER
TIME JJ Ulllyll NOON
Won! has been rceeled from the
coast that a largo shipment of Hawai
ian pineapple by-product has been
seized In Philadelphia nnd has been
condemned ns unfit for fond. It Is
stated that tlio shipment was contain
ed In fifty-pound Huh. A local inquiry
was set on foot yeMerday to ascertain
, which factory had made iho shipment
i but thcie weio none that would claim
tho lespunslblllty. Tho Hawaiian
. Pineapple Company stilted that they
line not guilty ns they hao uoer
shipped any pineapple In nuy fclmno In
50-pound packages. All tho shipments
! from this factory aro In buttles and
and Is sterilized beforo lealng tho
factory There weio nineteen cases
of tho goods dostioycil by oidcr of
tho government Inspector of drugs
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY
J. ABADIE, PROP.
OFFICE 777 KING; ST. TELEPHONE 1401
Remember thit this Laundry has no branches.
PILES CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
Ho conducted a boxing academy round go with Mike Paton, so that
with Grace In Johannesburg in '97 the sports can sec what he Is in tho
fust itrnvloits to the llnpr war nnd ucht irnmp.
at that tlmo he was still among tho Hnll has sexernl medals ho won
most Eclcntllle In tho world with In Australia In bicycling events be-
hls fists. j fore ho broke Into the fight game.
Mace's last fight was In the early 'but he says that all tho clippings ho
eighties when he was to box four
rounds for points with Charley Mit
chell, but the latter kno;ked him
out in tho second round.
Mnco was the tlrst man to use tho
open-hand In bio king punches In
stead of the wrist, which had been
used tip to the tlmo he Introduced
tho hand Idea.
Thirty years ago Mneo was n well
known figure along the Howcry and
overyono In the fighting gamo knew
him and his work.
Ho went Into tho fight gamo In the
(files nnd his passing marks the
Inst of tlio early men who went In
to the squared circle for tho amuse
ment of good sports.
Mace Is dead and ho died poor,
having been supported by men now
In tho ring for the past few years.
hnd about his performances have
The sports haM Know what Mc
flurn can do, but they want a public
exhibition by Hall to seo If ho can
get Into the game with tho man from
At tho conference last night each
of tho fighters nnd tho promoter
agreed to post a forfeit of $100 nnd
NEW CHURCH MAY
It Is (-xpee'ed that n new orgin will
bo one of tho features nt tho dedica
Hon of the new Methodist chinch
I Homo time ngo, when Mr. Whitfield
I wns hoio ho learned of tho wish of
' tho Melhoills's to hnvo their chinch
frco of debt when It was dedicated
! and It Is said that ho whispered tho
same Into tlio car nf Mr. Carnegie,
wno is ins nrotiicr-ln-law, and that
shortly afterwards nn nppllca'lon
blank for n new organ wns recoiled
which wns filled out by tlio trustees
of tho church nnd returned to the
Ironmaster, who Is nw.iro of the open
ing dale of the new church.
Illshop Hughes, who will dcdlcnto
tho new chinch, Is expee'ed to nrrlve
tho middle of .Innuaiy and tho deill
cation service will bo held on tlio
Sunday follow lug his arrival.
The parsonage la being fitted up In
readiness for tho new pastor llov.
Hubert K. Smith nnd his family, n
wife and two daughters.
i It Is oxpo'tcd that this money will
bo put up today to assure the match
JncKson plans three preliminary
bouts, one of eight rounds between
Trooper llauersocks nnd Mnrlne Kink
which Is already assured, a six-round
go between Sarcnnc nnd Gnns, nnd
another six-rounder between Pcto
Stanley nnd another fighter to be
With these preliminaries thcro
Nelron nnd others of tho bunch sent, Bhnuld bo nu trouble In bringing out
the old man money regularly after a good crowd to see the evening's
their fights and In that way ho was, sport, nnd the fifteen-round go be
kept from want. tweon Hnll nnd Mcdurn should prove
During his life he made soveral the most classy of thn bunch
fortunes, but ho spent them ns fast Hero's hoping Jackson makes It n
ns they were made. Ho wns nn In- go and cverthlng runs off smoothly.
velerate gambler and when ho had t J2 V
money ho pioceeded to get rid of It CHAUFFEURS PLAY
ns quickly ns possible, being n great SUNDAY MORNING
follower of tho races. u' muimmu
band concert. Kapiolanl Park Scone of Great
The Hawaiian band will play this DiailiOIKI Struggle,
evening at tho Kakanko Mission at Sunday will seo ono of the most
seven thirty, ns follows: exciting games of liniolinll whbh has
March Tlio Navy Pether! been on thn diamond In this city for
Oeituro Light Cavalry Sup io some months, for on thnt. dny tho
llnllad Knulnknlanl ... .Seott-Nlati chauffeurs will khnw what they can
Selection Hollo of Bohemia . .
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Ar. by r.'t-ger
Intermezzo l'i Ivolnus Cupid 13
Wnltz Ncptuno I.lneko
Klnnlo The Higglers Haines
Tho Stnr Spangled Ilnnncr.
(oorgc Hackcns:hmldt, tho Rus
sian wrestler, Is back In the I'nlted
States, and on Nevcmber 15 ho throw
both Lundln nnd Iilkorf at Ilaitfoid,
Conn. Tho Itusslan agreed to throw
tho tno mon In an hour, nnd he
throw tho first In twenty three mln
utes nml the second In eight min
Thn two teams to cross bats on
that day arc the Honolulu Auto Stnnd
team nnd ono composed of men of
tho Auto Livery nnd tho exhibition
twill bo given nt Kapiolanl Park.
Tho mnko-up of tho teams nro:
Honolulu Auto Stand llonuett
Drown, e; Sonny M.irkham, p; Har
ry Mnikham, lb; Hill Aylett, 2b,
Jlmmlo Hart, ilb; Wllllo Wells, ss;
Capt. Jno Santos, If; S. Ho Kley, cf;
Auto Livery Capt. C. Westliroolc,
c; V. Cluney, p; H Lewis, lb; 13.
Cluncy, 2li: M. Souzn, lib; II. Lugaii,
be; Mnchnilo, rf; K, Hwart, cf; J.
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA nnd INOLEN00K
WINES. KINO WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry.
We also carry a full Hne of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO.,
When you hne a scratch on your
hand you wash It out and cleanse It
and then the skin cures Itself.
Tho bpst skin specialists today aro
agieed that tho only wny to euro tli3
skin Is through the skin, Tor statis
tics show that nearly all eczema suf
ferers are perfectly healthy n all oth
er ways except as to their skin. And
If the eczema pillion's wcro renlly suf
fering from nn Internal malady, Iho
cntlro body nnd not only tho sklu
would bo disenscsd.
You can provo Immediately tlio re
l'cf of a truo skin euro by using nil
of wlntergrccn ns compounded In I).
I). I). Prescription, This liquid kills
tho dlscnso germs, while toning up
tho healthy part of tho skin.
V6 have now handled this morltorl
mis and thoroughly scientific remedy
for so long nnd hnvo seen Its reliable
results so many times thnt wo freely
e.prcsg our confidence.
Honolulu Drug Co., Tort Street.
Weekly II u 1 1 c 1 1 n SI per jear.
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OP
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
Y acific J
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop,
FOX SALE AT ALL BAM
Tntnr.talnmt nml H 17 XV T. Ctiltmlnr.
bonks fur ealo at tho U u 1 1 d 1 1 n
mure dim earn
Men, Don't Miss This!
To Get You Acquainted With Us
We want you to see our exceptionally low prices and
high grade Clothing, then you will admit you have never
scon anything to equal them.
They are 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
are excellent, the tailoring faultless, the styles pleasing to
the quiet and to the fashionable dressers.
It is to the interest of every man to participate in this
great clothing event. Plain to say, we give good, solid,
honest value, and value sticks out all over our clothing.
Prices range from $6.50 to $21.50 and worth from 40
to 65 per cent more. Before buying any clothing look at
our goods and prices. It will convince you of our great
Fort Street near Beretania, Harrison Building, opp. Japanese Consulate.