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RVBNINO nUU.ETIN, HONOUlI.t). T II. WHDN'IISDAY, nUC. 7, 1910.
Sterling ic ycles
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30 Just Arrived
The "Built Xike
a Watch" Kind
STERLING BICYCLES are exceedingly graceful in appearance
find substantial in construction. They are made in one of the
lnigest and best equinncd 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 only by the possession of this lonp ex
perience, unequalled manufacturing facilities and n great output.
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STERLING MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
TRAME:. 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, nicktl trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel. 36 to renr. Hubs, sjndle pattern witli ball re
tainers. Wood rims enameled to match frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube or 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.
as good as was ever made on a farm better than the aver
age sold here.
ASK FOR THE AUSTRALIAN.
We have some fresh fish. Ask for it.
SOLE, SALMON, TOM COD, ROCK COD, HADDOCK.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ABE SEEN EVERYWHERE
ftfilTa) w n wm II w m
Ar 1 l-ifer 1 ..... Jl-- 1-d 1 -ir-N --fV
Offers to Wager $500 That
He Can Whip Joe and Is
This Australian wonder, Alf Unit.
Is cither going to sprint; an nwfnl
surprise on the llonululu sports or
lie Is Ruing to get a beating that ho
will remember for a long time for
lie lias challenged Joe Medurn
fight and will put tip a side hot of
SHOO that lip can whip tho man from
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SPORT CALENDAR. tt
it Th!t Afternoon at 4 O'clock. tl
:: Iloitt at N'lnj AVnarf lletwecn tt
tt Young ninl lllppcl of thevNavy. tt
tt Thursday and Friday Nlghtt. i!
tt Hcgulnr Matches llotwcen Ilnso- tt
tt hall Teams at Y. M C. A. flym. tt
tt Dec. 24, 2 26. tt
tt Airship KIlRht Mimnnltia liy tt
tt Ilinl Mnrs tt
tt Saturday, Dec. 26. tt
Dig KlRht at Asahl Tlicalro With tt
tt Preliminary limits. tt
tt Soccer Fcrlos Hawnllan Asso- tt
tt clallon Fool hall l.eagno com- tt
tt I11P1ICCR. tt
tt Friday Dee. 23. ti
l tt Flol.l Meet at Tort Shatter, tt
tt Svturday, Dec. 31. tt
tt Race Meet at llllo Special tt
tt Steamer from Honolulu Leaves ti
tt Friday Afternoon. tt
Hall may ho able to flRht. lie
was told by his trainer last Sunday! Alishlp Flight - llllo, During tt
not to show too much at the tr)otittt Itace Meet. it
with Mike ratoti, hut his exhibition tt tt
nt that time would not lead annnc tt K ti Rtt tt it tt tt tt tt tt ti it tt ti ti ti
to hcllevo that ho knew anything
nhont the game. Perhaps he does,
and perhaps ho hoodwinked moro
than ono hundred men who linvo
followed the gnmo ami who saw htm
try out on Sunday morning.
It seems that Hall, or someone or
his friends, has n great Idea of tho
prowess of tho unknown, for lust n
few days ago Hall offered to bet
ti'no that he could whip any fishi
er In Honolulu. Ho even offered to
hot DL-k Sullivan the half of a
thousand Rood dollars that he could
whip Sullivan In the squared circle.
Now, Dick Is eorno flRhter, and
when a man comes hero wholly un
known, has nothing to show that
he was ever In the ring, and offers
to go up against a man like Sulll
vnn, lie Is either a wonder or well,
anytblnR 5011 wish.
It was up to Hall to mnke good
before the crowd that came to see
If bo could fight last Sunday morn
Ing, nnd he did not mako good In
the mind of any man there.
It did not tako Joo M-ttlurn long
to signify Ills willingness to put up
the satno amount that Hall has
ready, and the fight will tnko place
Eomo time after the go McOurn has
on with Hoao for this month.
AT NAVAL WHARF
Two Men From Buffalo Will
Fight This Evening.
At naval whaif at 4 o'clock this
afternoon, thero will be ono or two
good fights, tho event of tho day being
n go between Hlppel, whlto, and
Young, colored, of tho naval tram
IKiit Uiiffaln now In port.
Tho go Is scheduled for ten rounds
nnd as both men are reiorted to bo
scientific lioxers with a wallop tho
fistic entertainment should bo a good
A large crowd of soldiers nnd salt
ors is cxiiected to bo present at tho
bouts besides a number of town
Indoor Baseball Results
Score of 26-25,
At Palnmn gym. laBt ovcnlng l'a
lnma .Juniors nnd Ileretnnias went
Into n gnmo of baseball In which tho
latter team came off victorious by u
scoro of 20-25.
Thore wns plenty of action in the
gnmo and tho spectators had no kick
coming when the scoro piled up tho
way they did last night
During tho game there were somo
great plays made nnd tho roof of the
gym wus raised several times by the
shouts of tho excited, funs.
Cream Pure Rye
Arrangements Made for Mars
to Make Four Ascents
Hud Mars will bo tho first aviator
to fly In the Hawaiian Islands nnd he
will bo here with n Curtlss machine
on tho Manchuria December 19, mak
ing threoi flights In Honolulu nnd ono
it llllo, the latter on December 31,
tho day of the race meeting there.
Promoter Ilrfce, representing tho
Curtlss Ilrothcrs, has secured tho
necesRnry guarantee from a local pro
moter nnd ho will leave for tho Orient
on the China on Monday to complete
arrangements for flights to be mndo
In different parts of the Far ICast,
The flights to bo mndo in Honolulu
should draw tho whole populace to
sco this noted aviator and the spot
selected for tho events, at Moahalun,
Is the best that could be chosen,
Hero ten thousand persons could
easily watch tho bird-man mako his
ascent, and In the three days which
he will tly In Honolulu tho entire
population should be nblo to see tho
Christmas, the day preceding nnd
tho dny following, nre tho dates chos
en for tho flights to bo made In Ho
nolulu when everybody can easily go
to Moanalua to see tho aviator nnd his
craft In the air.
Tho promotor will furnish free
transportation from the end of tho
car lino to tho sceno of tho events,
thus taking enro of all who wish to
go without tho necessity of a long
walk or hiring n motor to tnko them
As this is the first time that any
thing of the kind has ever been seen
here It Is expected that ncurly every
one In the city will ho present.
Mars will go to llllo In time to fly
thero Saturday, December 31, tho dny
tho races nre to bo held.
Ho has made, somo great flights re
cently In California, making a spec
tacular ascension nnd circling several
times around tho domo of the cup
Itol at Sacramento about two weeks
Curtlss Ilrothcrs pay their aviators
$1330 for each flight and promise
them nt least three flights u week on
the mainland, so the bird-men mako
n nent little salary oven If they nro
in danger of sudden death sometimes.
As between a king In Kuropo nnd
a boss In America, the advantage,
seems to be all on this side. Wall
The, old treatment of kidney dis
ease !hy excitation has broken down,
deaths nearly 90,000, and books de
clare tt Incurable. It you have had
kidney trpublo over six months call
for helpful, et list and pamphlet
free"that may prolong or save your
HONOLULU DRUQ CO.. LTD.
GO FOR 26TH
Articles to Be Signed Tonight
Between Principals and
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY x
Sole Agents MONT
Tonight the articles between .loo
Met I uni and .llm Hoao for n twelvo-
round go on the evening of Dp ipiii- '""'""
her "fi will be tslRiicd, a preliminary
meeting nt which tho conditions' There's
weie talked over being held last Jlc4.fkT0
night with Pinnmter Nigel Jackson. J "aGOne
The date of the Tight was changed
from December 17 (is formerly an.'
noiinced, 'to the later dato as Hoao
claimed that ho could not get ready
to light by the seventeenth, nnd so
tho bout will bo pulled off the dny
The two principals hnvo agreed to
fight for sixty per cent, of tho gros.1
receipts, tho purso to he divided
sixty to tho winner nnd forty to tho,
It In somewhnt of n disappoint-'
menl that tho fight has been put off
until n later date, but tho scrappers
will he in just that much better trim
than they would a week earlier. I
Tho preliminary go between llau-.
ersoiKs ami i-,uik suouiii no nearly
as good as the main event of tho
evening, their bout nt Lellehun a
shoft'Ulme ngo being Uio Jiest 'go nf
the evening. " , '
McOurn says that h'o will fight
nnyono at nny time nnd has JT'O"
ready to cover tho amount Austra
lian Hall wants to put up for n go.
LAST TWO WEEKS
Biggest Hit of Season
OE0RQE B. HOWARD & CO.
"THE POWER OF GOLD"
A Powerful Drama
DON'T MISS IT
Thursday, Friday and Saturday and
Special Matinee Saturday
Any Seat In the House, 2G Cents
"WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES"
Evening Prices 25c, 35c. 50c
(Management of Sam Kubey.)
AMERICAN COMEDY COMPANY!
8 Vaudeville Artists 8
'None of Them Undeveloped!
Every One a Star!
THE GREATEST SHOW FOR THE
MONEY EVER SEEN HERE!
A First-Class Orchestra!
Eight Finished Musicians!
' GREAT MONOLOGUES!
LIGHTNING CHANGE ARTIST!
And a .Modern Reproduction of
KOLB AND DILL!
ADMISSION lOo and 15c
Entrances on Hotel and Fauahi Sts.
Hotel, Opposite Bethel ,
Largest Motion-Picture Theater
of San" Francisco Presents' the Clean
IMMENSE SUCCESS AT THE
At Aala Park
Will Malan, Jim Macgrath, Nellie
Dot Raymond, Singer nnd Dancer
MANY MOTION PICTURES
Scotch Dialect Slngor
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets
WISE & MILTON
THE MUSICAL MILLERS
GEO. W. STANLEY
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Odd Fellows' Hall
Children's dancing class ovcry Fri
day afternoon In Odd Fellows' Hall
at 3:30 o'clo:k. Prlvnto loswins by
appointment. I'hono 1747.
MISS HAZEI, IIUCKI.AND.
Inter-Island nnd O. R. & L. shipping
books for sale at tha L u 1 1 o 1 1 n
office, f0o nnch.
Performance Every Evening
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday
YOUTUHKHY Tho Jupaneso Won
der, In tho Mnrvoloiis Who Act.
TATO & TATE Comic Klltrco.
T1U2 MAHVKI-OUS 11ENO Ameri
ca's Greatest Kqullllirlst nnd
Hnlanclng Trapezo Artist.
FIIANIC VOKKO The Herman ec
centric Comedy Musical Artist.
Mil. nKOIlClK SI7TTL.GR and his
troupe of 18 Performing Dogs.
4 W'Ht.DON'S TROUPE OF ACUO
HATS May, Hazel, Ida and
Charles In their Wonderful Ac
TATO & TATH Two funny old
YOUTURKirV In his wonderful
"Slide for Life" Act.
Tlin VAI.I-R TRIO High-class Mu
si nl Novelty Act.
Tho (treat S1UGIUST &. BIL.1IO.V
THOUPi: of ten people Tho
greatest feature of tho ll.iriinm
& llnlley Circus.
PROGRAM CHANGED NEXT WEEK
I acific Jaloon
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