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STERLING! IC YCiLES
L - 1
80 Just Arrived
The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
STERLINO BICYCLES ar: exceedingly graceful in appearance
and substantial in construct.on. They are made in one of the
largest and best equinncd factor.es 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 onlv by the possession of this long ex
pcrience, unequalled manufaMuring facilities and n great 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 cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 36 to rear. Hubs, spindle pattern with ball
tainers. Wood rims enameled to match frame,
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tulc cr M. & W. Double Tube.
GEAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-1G 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. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
FORT SHAFTtR MEN GETTING (WHITES WALKED
INTO ATHLETICS STRONGLY, IVR THE BLACKS
m. FRENCH LAUNDRY
J. ABADIE, PROP.
OFFICE 777 KING ST. TELEPHONE 1401
Remember that this Laundry has no branches.
Out at l'ort Sharier tlio men a.o
KcIIIiik Into nlhletlcs with llio cuilcr
w cither .1 1 i 1 1 liuttlliiK Indoois mill soe
ror out of doors occupies the time cf
IIiofc athletically lucllneit
Last lniinili there wns n himllim
tournament hotecn vecr.il tonim
H')lc'FOiilliiK ilinercul coinp.ui'ea of
the it'Klini'in, 0. Conipmy leiun easily
winning the llrit place liy clcrenllns?
all or their rivals In the Rime
Tills tiimii.iineut cie.ited meat In
toiest In Hie Indoor Kline ami now
all the time theie are some men on
the nllejs trjIiiK to lieconie iiroflclent
so lh.it nunc teams cm he forme I
atiil anothei toiirn.inicnt Htnneil In thu
At piesent theie uio teams com
peted of men In three eoinpaiiles, nml
which are known liy the comp.iii) let
ter (1 Conipmy hug n team, which
won the championship, V Comp.iny
has ono nml It Conipmy ono. i: Com
p.ui) haH no team nt present as (ho
men of this compan hsuo not ileel
opeil the necessary skill to ko up
against the howlers from the other
I O Company liclng the. champions of
the post nro looking for new worlds
to conquer nml would like to take on
some teams from Honolulu Just to
see how thej stuck up with outside)
I Tho men of tho outfit think they
ran make It interesting for any other
team on the alleys, mid If theie Is
any aggregation In Honolulu looking
! for practice or Illinois they can he ac
commodated liy thu O team.
j Theie Is so much Intcicst In howl-
, lug at present that there Is talk of
Inning a much larger tournament tho
I latter part of tho present month when
each company will ho represented I))
more than ono team tun! there will
ho more rhnlry than was shown In
tho tournament held In November.
Soccer Is also helng taken up with
enthusiasm ut tho post and hoth F
anil II Companies now h.io tennis In
the field, n g.imo stnrtlng hetween
the two jefrdav nfternoon hut was
called at tho end of the second pe
' It was so hlusteij that It was I in
posslhlo to do much work In tho hea-
l wind, nml when tho gunio was call
ed on this nccoiiut nellliei side had
. succeeded In scoring.
I Several tennis will ho organized In
, the different companies In tho near
future uud then there will ho matches
plucd at the foil which will ho worth
going to see for they will all ho for
Willi a championship team nt Knit
Shorter or two or llirco good teams
In the field, matches will prohahl)
he ai ranged with homo of the tennis
In Honolulu so that a series may ho
lln)Ci! which will ho'lnteiestlng to
townsfolk us well as to the olllcers
and men nt Tort Shatter
There was n soccer g.nuo ostor(lnv
afternoon hetween companies V anil
II Helng that the wind was Mowing
ko hoaWI) Die game was called off nt
the end of tho second half Tho scoio
was 0 to 0 when the game was called.
Companies I and II niu tho only two
companies ut present that huvo u soc
cer team, lint It wont ho long before
tho other companies will lnuo tho
Company O has tho best team In
the post as there has been none of
the other companies to clef Ml them
The 0 Com i.m men nro nnlons to
g"t u gimp with soma downtown
to-int, but ihoio must be something
wiong nbonl It for thoio hitn't been
nn one to show up for n giine Tho
toiiinutmnt was won liy Company (1.
The bowling nllejs at this post nro
keeping the men buy dnllj as there
Is n laige timu1i?r that takes n gre.ct
InteicM In (he gmic. There li.no been
teams oigmlzed from Ihiep of the
companies being of flvo men In each
team, CninpinlcR 1 CS and II are tho
ones that line teams of their own
Compiii i: has no team for this gaiuo
us theie Isn't enough of them to make
n team of what can howl.
THREE GOOD SCRAPS
ON AT FORT RUGER
Soldiers Witnessed Fights and
Vaudeville Last Evening.
There were three military scraps
pulled off nt Tort linger lust oo
nlng which delighted n largo num
ber of soldiers present nml tho de
cisions of Mike I'nton in each bout
wcro well ro-eled.
Tho main go of the evening was
between I'llvates Ilurcli and Hard
ing, but as Is sometimes tho c.iso
ono of the piellmlnnrloH wns better
than the main go,
It was tho second go between Prl
ntcBfcheary and Lawrence that was
tho beit fight of the eenlng, and
.the first was between Clinmherlnln
and Sam Longford.
llesliles the scraps there was some
vnudeUlle, Archer and Veaer do
ing sonio miifl al EtiintB that wcro
DECEMBER FIGHT AT
. JAPANESE THEATER
Promoter Jackson nnnounees that
tho fight on December 17 will ho pull
ed off nt the Japanese theatre on Mil
unnkca stiect, between Hotel unci
This Is probably tho best placo In
the city that could he secured for tho
events of tho ring, us It will ha possi
ble to hio n largo number of ring
side seats, a thing which U Impossi
ble In any other placo that might bo
iikpiI for tho purpose.
Air Hull will ho tried out hy Mike
ration nt this theatre Sunday morn
ing nt ten o'clock, nml mi ono wish
ing to sco tho form that the Austra
lian. shows nt that time can bo pics
It w. s a wall, over for the canned
ImII aitlsls cunposln the hi e
team at V M C A last night when
they put It all oer the lllarKs, the
seme nt the e id of the game being
2." 7 In their fin or.
1 nst evening was tlin first regular
game of the week In tho series be
ing pl.t) oil nt the gj ninnnliiin. and
there was a good crowd In attendance.
The Whites uro nt the head of tho
teams now tilnvlng n id some thought
In t night that tho lllacks might
take n fall out of the champions, hut '
It wns not to he. I
Some good hitting wns done by tho
lilac Ks hut they weie not up to
st.iiid.ircl at some critical points In
the gntne nml lost several scores that
might have been made on this nc.
The Whites wcro In tho gamo from
the start jincl they plajod ball from
the time' the gamo stalled until It
Tonight nnothcr gamo in tho se
ries will bo pla)cd, the opposing
teams being the Minos nml tho Heels.
AT LEAGUE MEETING
W. C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Wines and Liquors
FAMILY 1 RAPE A SPEUALTY
Mont Rouae Wines
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
George Ado ga)s that his Hut job
was loading groceries on a delivery
wagon. Ami now ho Is rich enough
to tinde at n meat maikct. Hoches-
ter Post Hxprcss.
Schedule for Next Two, Sun
days Arranged by Oahu
There wns n warm session nt
Notley Hall last evening when tho
olTIclnls of Oilut Junior League got
together to find out why tho Chi
nese teams did not bIiow up for their
games Inst Sunday.
Tier oratory and arguments woro
bniulled n limit tho ntmosphcro of
tho hall and when tho sinolto clear
ed uway there was still n question
ns to whether one or both of tho
tennis should forfeit their game,
which would make n dlrferenco in
the standing of the league.
It was arranged that the Asnhls
nml C. A, C. should play the flrBt
gamo next Sunday, nml tho Muhocks
n.ul P.ilimas the second, ns was
scheduled Inst Sunday. Ono week
lnted C. A. C. and Muhocks will play
first unci Palnmns and Arabia tho
to emit game of the day.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho Princeton freshmen b:seliill
miiiugemeiit has wilttcn to Harvard
requesting a baseball gamo hetween
the nines of oiiugsters for next
I'arlo S. Wallace of Pasadena, Cal
ifornia, has been chorea to concli
the Tuftn basketball II vo for tho
coming season. Wallace graduated
from Tufts last June, nml while In
collego was probably tho best nil.
Offers of couh'ibutlnns to n fund
to bo used toward the erection of n
monument for tho lato Stanley
Ketchel, who was shot and killed re
cently In Missouri, nro being receiv
ed hy his relatives hero. Offers cf
monoy have been received from n
largo number of tho leading pugilists
nml from many sporting men of
America. Ketchcl's body Is Interred
In n Catholic cemetery, and Ills
friends fear that there would bo op
position to erecting n monument In
tho cemetery from funds dcrled
from such n source.
mm you dm
you want to drink the best, such as
CIltSTA BLANCA and INQLENOOi:
WINES. KINO WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry,
We also carry a full line of oVJer
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
Hverett Thompson stated thnt
tho ftnnds at Xew Ihnen hold
about .1.1,000 people, making the re
ceipts about JCfi.000 for the Ynle
Hannrd gnmo this oar.
l'ully 2000 people entered the
gates who could not bo nccomnio
dnted with seats. This would rnlso
the receipts at least $S000. It was
estimated that In New Hnen w'cll on
to $no,000 was bet that the crimson
would triumph. Ynle men wern bet
ting 2 to 1 thnt their team would
score Harvard enthusiasts wagered
even monos thnt tho rilmson would
scoio two touchdowns.
Weekly II 11 1 1 e J I n SI ner Tear.
The girls at McKlnley High nro
going In for basketball and every
Wednesday mid rrlilay nfternoon
the nro turning out In forco to learn
At a recent meeting of tho athletl.
aEsotlatlon It was decided that tho
girls' basketball club bo Included In
tho orgiinl.ntton nml now It will be
n legulur part of tho athlollc llfo
of tho s hool.
Steps are being' tuken to get nil
adequate athletic Held and within n
few months it Is hoped that this
school will luno n proper place In
which to conduct athletic events.
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture.
Ladies' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p. m.
and Pirvate Instruction.
Tho honey bee gots u lot of credit
for ItH Imlustiy, hut no ono hns n
word of prulso for tho over-busy
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
MACFARLANE & CO..
ROSA & CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL- PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
I acific 3
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
k You'll find they're all good fel
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Hotel nr. Tort D. H. Davies, Prop,
FOX SALE AT ALL BARS
Intcr-lsl.mil and O. It. & I Shipping
hooks for snlo at tho I) ul la tin
nlP.cn. fifte naeb.
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Mftl ' '
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