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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 13, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of LADIES!,.
CHILDREN'S anil INFANTS' WEAR. h ''
SPECIALS IN OUR INFANrS' WEAR DEPARTMENT
INI. SLIPS, tucked nnd cmb. yoke $ .50
INF. SLIPS, hand stitched mil tuck 00
INF. SKIRTS, tucked bottom 50
INF. FLANNEL SKIRTS, lmiil-stitchcd hem 1.00
INF. rLANNEL PINNING BLANKETS 50
INF. DOWNS, doraet flannel, liabcn trimmed 50
HAND-CROCHET BOOTEES . 15
HAND-CROCHET SACQUES . .25
All Packages to the "Islands" will
be scut free of charge
Send for our Infants' and
Grant Ave. and Geary St.
StebxingT? ic ycles
80 Just Arrived
The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
STERLING BICYCLES are exceedingly graceful in appearance
und substantial in construct.on. They are made in one of the
largest and best cquinned 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 long ex
perience, unequalled manufacturing facilities and a great output.
STERLING MODEL A.
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20, 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bracket, dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel plated.
FINISH: Black enamel, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Green.'
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 30 to rear. Hubs,
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. 400.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible. ,
CRANKS: 7 inch single piece, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HALL & SON, , Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
The Pond Dairy
offers for sale at the rate of $1 per quart absolutely pure
from certified healthy cows maintained under perfectly san
TELEPHONE 2890. and aho for sale by Henry May &
Co., C. J. Day & Co., and J M, Levy & Co.,
Children's Wear catalogue.
San Francisco, Cal.
sji'ndle pattern with ball
Hawaii Taken In at New
York Medina Held
Information torched from tho
m Mh In m! Is lo lliO olio t Unit the im
plication fiom Hawaii for admittance
Into tlio Amateur Athletic Union if
the t'nltcil Stales was giatitcd at tlio
annual meeting of the union held In
New York recently.
The .notification was received ly
l.orrln Andrews, president of tlio
loeal amateur association, from Sec
retary J. K. Sullivan In New York.
I.ullicr Gullck seconded the motion
for the entrance of the Honolulu
lull, which was niado hy'. It. W.
Doilil the raelflc Coast represontn.
the nt tlio meeting, GullcU being a
The notification rends:
"Your tnnimmilcatlun of recent
ilatp to hand, regarding tlio forma
tion of a new association to he known
us the Hawaiian Association of the
Amateur Athletic Union. The ro
quest was granted by unanimous vote
and with much enthusiasm. The
resolution wan presented hy the dole
goto fioin the Pacific association. Mr,
Hubert W. Iltidil. and It was stroiiKly
rocoiumcnded hy all connected with
the l'aclfl" Association of the A. A.
W., nnd hy President Pelxotto cspo
"I hereby authorize jou as a rop
rcKcutatlve of the Amateur Athletic
Union of' the I'nlted States to call
together again tho clubs of your as
sociation and organize, unless you
think jour present organization Is en
thcly sal Is fa tory, which 1 know
would be satisfactory to the board
of governors of the Amateur Athletic
"The territory allotted to your as
sociation Is that of tho Hawaiian Is
lands, which has been tnhen from tho
Pacific association. Tho constitution
and by-laws of your association aro
rent herewith; you will 11 nil them on
pago I'll, of the, A. A. V. handbook;
the constitution nnd by-laws of curb
association is Identical. It may bo
necessary for you to cbiuigo jour con
stltutlou and by-laws to suit condl
tlons; If such Is the so, have tho
changes legally attended to nt your
meeting nnd scud them on to the
Vnuitcur Athletic Union for approval.
.'o amendments to jour constitution
mid by-laws can bo considered passed
unless upprotcd hy the board of gov.
Don't Miss This
Here Is Your
Tn get ni m-iiialntrd wllh us mc vuint jou to her our exceptional
I) Ion prices and high grade Clothing, then jou Mill admit j'ou lime
m-ii-r seen anj thing lo i'imuiI I hem. '
They are In two and lliree.llcic suits WOHSTKDN, CHEVIOTS,
CAssi,in:iti:s, cla.nxixs, fiii:.cii ai.i'Aua, ,si:i,r sritii'i: ami
III.UK ,Si:il()i:S. The-latent lull pirilernslu stripes and chreks.
"Thej nrcitlic product of the hi-t miikerx, the materials are ex
cellent, the tailoring f.uilllcis the htjles pleasing to the ipilet anil to
the lashloiinhlf dressers.
It Is to the Interest nt cut) man tu participate In thlt great cloth
ing C'ciit. i'lalii Tu h.ij, vie ghe guild, unlidlionest lalue, and i)iue
sticks out, nil (Jur our clatlilng. i '
Trices range' from H.'( to WL.'.O iiiuI,'viorili from II) tn C." pic;,
rent nmre. llcfore hujliig auj clollilng look at our goods nnd prices.
II Mill coniliicc jou uf our great nmnej suhts.
HiiIIiIIiil', opp, Japanese ('(insulate.
I'orl hired near llerclanl.i, llnrilsou
ernois of the amateur Athletic
"Your association has been ciealed
under urtlcle 1., page 74, A. A. U.
Handbook, CunstitutlcTn of the Ama
teur Alhletk Union, Hcjd the same
"I tan assure )ou It Is u great
pleasure for me, as secretary of tho
Amateur Athletic Union and one who
lias been connected with It since its
organization, to notify jou that a
new automation 1ms been created, be
came we expect great things from
the formallqu of this branch. 1 am
going to send you tonight, under sep
arate cover, somo registration blanks
und cards, l'erhaps It would be much
better If ou would have these print
ed out there. It would sac a lot ot
time. If there Is anything v0 can
do, or If there is any information
you want, Jet us Know and we will
cheerfully cooperate. In relation to
your constitution and by-laws, If you
wish to have them printed yourself,
well and good; If you want us to
print them, we will be glad to do so.
1 send jou u sample of the handbook
of the Metropolitan association."
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OTHER SCHOOLS TO
JOIN THE LEAGUE
At a meeting of tho lnterscholnstlc
league held yesterday lit the Y. M. C.
A., with President Stanley Livingston
In tlio chair, it was decided to ask
St, Louis College, the College of llu
wall and Alliolanl College to join tho
league,- and uottllcatlou wns to have
been sent them at onco.
Tho condition made In inviting
these teams to Join tho Inters 'holas-
ttc association wus that each should
enter nt least two teams In Inter
At the meeting tho formal with
drawal of Puliation was read and it
was ncccpted 'without discussion.
legibility was discussed at length,
hut no action wns taken nt tho end
of the discussion.
BOUTS AT ASAHf
Hverjthlng looks promising for tho
lilg fight on tho evening ot Do em
ber -H, us' tho forfeits hnvo all been
posted, Hono und McOurn coming
through yesterday afternoon with
their. cash to assure their uppcarunco
In the ring on tho specified date.
Jackson has his permit for tho
fight becuied, nnd there uppenrs noth
ing now (lint can come up to spoil
or postpone tho big fight.
All thej men aro In training nnd
working out bard every day, so that
when the night of tlio light comes
they will bo In fine condition for'tho
contest of, endurance, and generalship.
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tt SPORT CALENDAR. tt
tt Saturday, Dec. 17.
tt Soccer Series Hawaiian Asso- tt
tt elation Football League .com- tt
tt mciiccs. tl
tt Sunday, Dee. 18.
tt Kalakaua Avenue Walking llnco. tt
t! Friday' Dec. 23. t!
riclil Meet at Fort Shatter. tt
tt Dee. 24, 25, 26. SS
tt Airship Flight Moanatua by
tt - Hint Mars. tt
t: Monday, Dec. 20. tt
tt Dig Fight at Asaht Theatre With tt
tt Preliminary Hunts. tt
tt Saturday, Dec. 31. tt
Itaco Meet at llllo Special
tt Steamer from Honolulu Leaves tt
tt Friday Afternoon. tt
Airship Flight Hllo, During it
it Itaco Meet. it
:t n it :j u it ti u it it n it a it it ii ti it
(Manngcmont of Sain Kubcy)
Hotel Street, Opposlto llcthel
Pauahl, Near l'ort
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Sec Hi;h-Class Vaudeville Sec
Sec Good Musical Comedy See
See Late3t Motion Pictures See
Hear Hushes' Orchestia Hear
AND 111: COXVINCKD
Biggest Show in Honolulu!
Everything- New Tonight!
FIFTY CENTS' WORTH
OF ANYBODY'S MONEY
10c a"'l 15c
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
Largest Motion-Picture Theater in
Best Array of Talent Makes Complete
German Kvcntric Musical Comedian,
Introducing His Famous Teddy
' Another New Feature
Uullad Singer "Tlio licit i:ver!"
Walan Magrath Comedy Company
New Farce Sketch
Fun From the Start
The Winsome Singer with tho llahy
Drawl, Iiub Now Songs
Up-to-the-Minute Molion Pictures!!
New Vaudeville Entertainment
Who Makes Wonderful Pictures in
CUNHA'S PARK ORCHESTRA
Corner Nuuanu and .(Pauahi Streets
THE VAN-BAROTSftlCO ,'
WISE & MILTON
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
Children's dancing class every Fri
day ufternouu In Odd Follows' Hall
at 3:30 o'clock. Private lessons by
appointment. Phone 1747.
MISS HAZHL lltlCKLAND.
L0S ANGELES BOHEMIAN BEER,
BROWN LABEL ROEDERER CHAMPAGNE.
WATirEN KENTUCKY WHISKIES (2 to 0 years
MUNRO'S HOUSE OF LORDS SCOTCH W1USKY,
GOLD LION COCKTAILS, ,
CALIFORNIA WINES of the Italian-Swiss Colony of '
GREATER THAN EVER
This Week's Circus Program:
OVmtTUIti: Ground and Lofty
Tumbling by Members of the Com
pany. TUIi'LK TIlAI'HZi: by tho three No
TATO & TATK In their new und
original Comedy Act'.
UIAZH. l'OLO & DIAZi: Expcits on
tho Horizontal liars.
MISS 11AZKL Graceful Contortion
ist. Jill. GKOllGK SKTTLKIt and bis
Troupe of IS Performing Dogs.
THIS OHKAT llUNO Light nnd
heavy Weight Balancing.
SIKGUIST & SILIION TUOUPK Tbu
World's Greatest Aerial Ists, Intio
duclng bovcral New Tricks, Includ
ing ii Double Somersault, blindfold
ed, by Mr. Sllbon, caught by the
hands of bis partner, Mr. Slcgilst.
VALLK TIUO Introducing New
Songs nnd Ilagtlmo Melodies.
lUJTUUICKY Japanese Wonderful
Concluding with the Humorous I'.in
tomlmc, "A Happy Famllj-."
Tickets on Sale at M. A. Gunst &
Last Five Nights of
GEORGE B. HOWARD & COMPANY
Tonight and Tomorrow:
"FACING THE MUSIC"
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
' "TENNESSEE'S PARTNER'.'
Ilrct Ilarte's'SUrrlng Story of tho
Evening Prices... .25c, 35c and 50c
Royal Academy of
Odd Fellows Hall
Weekly Ilulletln ?1 per jear,
& CO., Ltd.,
So Good As The
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL v
DELIVERIES TO ALL- PARTS OF -THE
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
MACFARLANE & CO.,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
Mnm 202Q Queen Street
I acific J
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davics, Prop.
FOX SALE AT ALL BASI
Cream Pure Rye
IOVEJOY AND CO
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture.
Ladies' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p. m.
and Private Instruction,
Intor-Islund nnd O. II. & L, uhlpping" .'
hooks for snip nt ths Pullet In
ofllen fiOe earl,
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