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Sterling!1? ic ycles
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STERLING BICYCLES ore exceedingly grateful in nppenrance
nml substantial in construct.on. They are made in one of the
largest and best equinocd 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 onlv by the possession of this long ex
perience, unequalled manufa:turing facilities and n great output.
STERLING MODEL A. MICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option !i0. 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bra.kct dropped 2 inches.
CROWN; Oval. Nickel ula cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, nick;l trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, doable butted and swaged, 32 to
frou wheel, 36 to rear. H .lis. sj tid!c attcrn with ball re
tainers. Wood rims cnam-Ird to match frame,
TIRES: New Oxford Single TuLz or M. & W. Double Tube.
HEAR: 75. 24x0 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-16 inch block, 1 inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 400.
HANDLEBARS: 18 inch up curve reversible.
CRANKS: 7 inch single piece, fnrged from selected stock.
E. O. HALjO & SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
ALWAYS THE BEST-THE
TOMORROW INFANTRYMEN START
FIELD MEET AT FORT SIIAFTER
CONTESTANTS FROM 20TH FOOT TO TAKE PART IN
TWO-DAY EVENTS OFFICIALS, PROGRAM AND CON
Tomoirow tlic llclil meet of tlio
tecond battalion (if tin; Twentieth In
rmilrj will Mtiirt at Foil Shatter anil
will do concluded uu Friday, tliu
cm'IHb Including the regu'nr (littles
or the soldier as well at! athletic
('(intents (if vaiioitt) kinds.
The events h lieotilod and the con
ditions which govern them linlmlo
i he following:
Olllclals ltefcree. Major Dun
ning; clerk of course and starter, I.t,
Chilton; timekeepers, Ms. McClery,
l'.irdco and Ilowcn; judges, Capts.
Chapman, Mcnrns and Kites.
1 Itelay raro; Kntlro company.
Companies to ho ciiuullrod In slzuj
hv di awing from a hat (outulnliig'
the names of tlio company, Btilllclcut
names to reduoo thu company to tho
ti'ru of tlio snullo't company. Kncli
man In thciomp.tii) to inn one hun.
died yards. Caul on uniform. Vultto
of points: 1st, 1 ' ; 2nd, fi.
2 lllnnk caitiidgo ra. u: Ono en
try ficim cich c impuny. Harrison
uniform, with illle. Flic blank cart
ridges placed on tin. ill pieces of pa
per, ten-yard luten.iK to be brought
iftiu ill ii nun' nun iiiitvvu in iti.ir,"-
zlrc of rifle loft on ground at Kcrntrli, i
After Inst caitrldgc Is inserted, rlllo
to be loaded ami tiled In air as sig
nal of completion. Value of points:
1st ft; 2nd, :i,
a Tug of-wnr: F.ntlre comiiany.
CompanleB to ho ritualized as In (list
event. Value of points: 1st, 10;
I l.lve-lo.ul raie- Two entries
We want to impress upon you that on every
suit vou buy in the LEADER you save from
$4.00 to $10.00
To get Jim iiciiiuliitcil hIIIi us nf viunt J nil In M'C our CMcplliin.il
Ij Ion prlds nml high grade Clollilng, llien Jim nlll ailmll J mi li.uc
neur Men unjtliliig lo iiiiiil lliem.
Tin) nr- In tm ami tlircc-iilcrc miII, u'JlKSTIIUS, CIIKVIOTN,
CASM.Mi:i!KS, FMVMaS, FIIIIM'II AMUQ.t, SUM' STIiiril ami
lll.t'i: Si:itCi:S. The lutot Hill imlleriH In' lrlpes anil check'.
Tbej lire the proiliict of the lies! ni.ikcrs, Hie iiiiilcrl.iN arc r
ccllcnt, the t.illiirlng fnuUlri$, the llles pleasing to the iiilet anil to
the fasliloiulile ilreiiers.
II N In the Inlrrot of cirrj man to parllrlpalr In thN great rlntli
lug (lint. I'l.iln to mi J, ne ghe gunil, tollil, IiiiiicsI inlue, anil inliic
slicks out all oier our clothing.
Trices range from 0..MI to Wl..'ll nml unrlli finm III (o (ili per
cent more. Ilefore luijlng any rlntliliT limk at nur giiuds nml prlcis.
It ll III coin luce jiui of our great niiiuey sellers.
llnllillng, opp, .liipaiieie t'oiiMilale.
I'ort Slreil near llerclanli, lliirrKon
Who boxes six rounds with
I Sarconi of Camp Very Mon
' day night in preliminary
fiom each company. Ilotli men to
btiiiul at ttart. At signal, No. 1
picks up No. 2 without obsistuueo
fiom the tatter and curries him lu
a point fto yards illstiiiit. No. 2 then
picks up No. 1 and returns with him
to the stinting point. Value of
points: 1st, I, 2nd, 2.
ft Wheelbarrow race: One. entry
fiom each company. Contestants to
ho blindfolded and facing with their
whee'biiiriiw away fiom a goal ftl)
yaids distant. At a signal they will
face about and wheel tho wheelbar.
low toward the goal. The contest
ant joining elusrst to the goal will
bo declared- winner. (InriUon uni
form. Value of points: ltt, 2;
-Striking shelter tent: Two en
tries from each company. To bo ly
ing In tents pioperly pitched, with
out their hats, shoes or legglns. Full
Held equipment may bo arranged In
any manner except on tho perton. At
tlgnnl, contestautB to nrlsc, put on
shoes, legglns, hut, strike tent, roll
blanket roll, fasten with strap or ropo
as pieferred. I "all in at mark ten
p.icca In front of Mililtor ready for
Inspection. Value of points: 1st, ft;
7 .Making a llio anil boiling wa
ter: Kour entries fiom ea-h company,
ll.icli contestant to bo furnlxhcil with
n piece of two-b.i-four, a stick of kin
dling, one match, one mess knife and
ono tin cup rull of water. Tho coo
ler, ant who succeeds tlrbt In light
ing a llio and boiling tho water will
be declared winner. Value of points:
1st. 4, 2nd, 2.
' S Call to onus; Kntlro company.
Compinlcs will ho eciunllzed as in
1 Hist event. Hheltor tents to bo pitch-
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it SPORT CALENDAR. V.
n v s:
:: Thursday, Dec. 22. IS
tl KIclil Mewi ut Knit Blmftcr. II
It Monday, Dec. 26. IS
H Illg light ut Asuhl Theatio Willi II
tl l'rullmhiary llouls. SS
SS Ssturday, Dec. 31.
Airship Kllglit Moonuluii. SS
SS Itnen Meet at I Mill Special
SS Steamer fiom Honolulu Leaves IS
SS Friday AfleitiMin. ll
It Airship n'ght IIIlo, During St
IS Huco Meet SS
SS Sunday, Jan. 1. SS
SS Ahshlp Flight Moanalna. IS,
......... M ..I
ll Monday, Jan. .:. (
ll Alishlp Fliglit Jlcianoiua. ,
SS Two Soccer (lames Hawaiian SS,
SS Association Football League. St
it u ii n ss it ts s: ss :s ss s: si jj
cd and men Inside without overshlrts,
hats, shoes or legglns. At signal men
to dicss and tall In, In company for
mation. The report of tlio Ilrst ser
geant Bhnll bo tho signal of comple
tion. To bo inspected by Judges. Vuluo
of points: 1st, 10; 2nd, ft.
9 100-jaiil.BWlni: One entry from
each company. Contestants to wear
swimming trunkB. To enter tho wa.
ter at the deep end, start from tho
ropo and bwIiii three times tho
length of tho tank, Tho ends must
he ton lied each time and may ho
utilized In getting n start In the now
direction. The bottom must not ho
touched. V.iluo of points: 1st, 3;
10 Shoo raco: Flvo entries from
each company. Kach contestant to
bo given u number, and IiIb bIiocs o
marked on the Wtom. Tho shoes,
not tied together, will then be placed
In a barrel, which will bo located
tirty yards fiom tho start. At a sig
nal, tho contestants will mako to tlio
barrel and endeavor to recover their
own shoes. Tho contestant arriving
first on tho line, wearing his own
(dines, properly laced, will bo declar
ed tho winner. Value of points: 1st,
i', 2nd. 2.
H Diving contest: Ono entry
from each company. Tho refcreo
shall throw Into the tank twolvo ob
jects, which shall bo visible from tho
Burface. and shall bo within tho limit
bounded by tho nino-foot lino. At a
signal, the contestants shall enter tho
water ami try to recover all twolvo
objects. Tho contestant recovering
tho objects In tho shortest tlmo Bhnll
Lo dccl.uec. winner. Falling this, the
contestant recovering the greatest
number of objects shall bo declared
winner. Vuluo of points; lbt, i;
12 Centipede race: Ono team
from each lompuny. Contestants
(eight men J struddlo a light polo
bamboo, etc. and grasp tho polo
with ono hand In flout ami one in
rear. At tho start, tho contestants
tu run to a point onu hundred yards
distant. Tho failure of any contest
ant to retain his hold of tho polo
serves to throw out his team. Valuo
or points: lstt 8; 2nd, 5.
Details of other contests will bo
arranged vcrha'ly by the Hold meet
Schedule of prizes Kvcnls Nos. 2,
4, U and T: 1st prize, $2; 2nd, l.
Kvents Nos. ft, 9. 10, 11 mid 12: lbl
prize, $1; 2nd, ft lie. I
In Hilltlon, tho following general
ROSA J CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS 0K
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
I acific J
KINQ AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
rot SALE AT ALL BAil
Cream Pure Rye
pilro will ho awarded: To tho or
ganization scoring tho greatest num
ber of points. Including nil events, a -cash
prlro of $20, to bo expended for
tho benefit of the entlro company by
tho company commander.
GfTtcIuls to bo announced tit tlmu
of mat lies.
1 III Ho match: Team to bo com
putet of four men from each com
p.inv. Ten shots Blow flro lit 200 and
2 Howling match: Teams compos
cd or flvo men from each company.
First game, Company K vs, Company
(I; teennd game, Company F vs. Com
P'uiv II; third gaino wlnues of flrrt
and second games.
S Ilaskcthall gamo: Two tea ma tu
be selected by athletic officer.
Plum Pudding and Mince Pie need a little
Brandy to make them taste good. Let us
send you the Brandy and any other Wine and Liquors
you may need for your Christmas and New Year Dinners,
such as Cresta Blanca and Asti Wines, all kinds of
Champagne and Liqueurs, etc.
fc Co., Ltd.
8 S. Queen St.