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80 Just Arrived
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STERLING BICYCLES are exceedingly graceful in appearance
and substantial in construction. They are made in one of the
largest and best equinued 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 manufacturing facilities and a great output.
STERLING MODEL PSICF. .T-2r. PO
FRAME:. 22 i"H 0 ' ). il Mum tuLrs 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Cran Ea kti Jni(i.I 2Va inches.
CROWN. Oval fl.ikc! ui cd.
FINISH: Black enamel, niik i trimmings. O.ition Sterlinc Oreen.
WHEELS: Nickeled viokes. iuuMc butleJ r.nd swaged, 32 to
fron wheil. 30 to par H a i : u.c pattern with ball
taii'ers. Wood rin enain led lu mat-.fi frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single .it ; t- M ." W. Rouble Tube.
JEAR: 75. 24x9 spro kets.
CHAIN: 3-16 inch block. 1 l.di pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 490.
HANDLEBARS: IS inch up curve reversible,
CRANKS: 7 inch single piec?, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HALL fc SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
ALWAYS THE BEST-THE
LUNCH : CRITERION
109 ANGELES' BOHEMIAN BEER.
BROWN LABEL ROEDERER CHAMPAGNE,
WATHEN KENTUCKY WHISKIES (2 to G years
MUNRO'S HOUSE OF LORDS SCOTCH WHISKY,
UOLD LION COCKTAILS,
CALIFORNIA WINES of the Italian-Swiss Colony of
74 QUEEN STREET
AND YOU WANT A GOOD
& CO., Ltd.,
JOB. SEE ME TOM SHARP
NEW FOOTBALL ROLES MAKE
BETTER GAME IS THE OPINION
CASTLE SAYS HAWAII HAD
PUNS UNDER NEW THAN
ACCIDENTS IN GAME.
Hail the Puns nntt College of Ha
waii been playing rcKitliall under tlio
iild rules tills jenr, the rormur would
luivo uiiii uiit liy a big score, n cord
ing to the (jplulon of fiMittinll moil
In tills city wlui liuvo played ami fol
lowed thu game fur cnrs.
"If tlioio liiul lii'cn only live yards
tu Bain fur first down," said Al
Castle in speaking of tint rules, "I'u
nation would huo defeated Hawaii
liy long odds. Ill tliu last gnmu play
ml tlio wore wuulil hau been several
I lines what Is wan Ii.ul the old rues
governed tlio game."
That tlio new rulea for the game
have ronio to stay Is evidenced by the
few changed contemplated liy tlio
lull's riniiiiiltti'o after the season
climl ami the discussion of thu ail
vnntrges or disadvantages of the new
ryfleai was on.
In talking ever the matter today,
Al Cartlo stated that he hellcved the
now iiiIik gave a weaker team a
gii'itt advantage, this lielr.g teen In
the liannid Ynle game, when the
nearest Vale eiuld etinio tn the Cilni
ion goa. was fo ty-llve yardi, hut
(mid Keep the Harvard men fro.r.
Ktum n ipertnlor's point of view
tlin pamo Is nnn'li liipioi'il under
Hie new ruler, and thu Bi'rlous.and
fatal a uldcnts have decrcared," said
"Thcie wero hut twenty three, fa
tal liijiirle" this year ugnlnat twenty
nine for last year In the game, and
"oilous Injuries eame down to forty
from twins tint number a year ngo.
"In legaul to the tilny Itself, the
weaker team Ins all advantage which
makes the teams more evenly match
ed III a game, ami It makes the con
tcrt more Interesting to watch than
under tlio old rule?, when n strong
team Just howled over the players on
the weaker e'even and plowed tlio
way to the opposite gnaj for n touch
down time after time."
j In regard to the prospects nf tlio
two college teams In Honolulu, tlio
' eleven of Collcgo of Hawaii will grow
, stronger from year to year as Puna
hou men go to the higher Institution
Infter having training in tlio game on
the other team.
As soon as next year It Is expected
We want to impress upon you that on every
suit you buy in the LEADER you save from
$4.00 to $10.00
To gel J a" iiriiiiiliiteil ullli us ne mint j on In nee our exceptional
1 Inn prices anil high grade Clothing, then jou nlll admit jmi liitio
iieicr sii'ii iiiijlhlng lo ciiiiil tlicm.
Tin-) lire In two anil Ihrccplece sullx, WOI1STKIIS, t'llDVKlTS,
CAssiMi:iti:s, fiiA'.m:i.s, riii:xcii alpaca, hi:lf ktiiipk mui
llMIi: NKlt(li:S. The latest 1ll patterns lu stripes unit checks.
Tlicy nre the proiluct of the lie.! maUers, tlio malirlals lire ex
ccllcnt, the tailoring f.iulllcss, the sljlen pleai-Ing In the ii!t't mid to
the fashionable dresser.
It Is to the Interest of cut' mini In participate In this great cloth
ing I'H'iit. Plain lo mi), no ghe guild, solid, honest lalue, anil uilue
sticks out nil our our clothing.
Prices range fro in lfl!..M) to fL'l.."0 mid norlh from 1(1 In fi." per
cent mure. I! if ore Inijlng any clothli.; lank ut our goods mid prices.
1( nlll coin line j on of our gieal nioncj saurs.
lliillillug, upp. .Iiipiiiiese Coukiiliile.
Port Slreel near llerelanl.i, llanlson
MORE CHANCE AGAINST
OLD RULES LESS FATAL
that Hnwnll will put a much stronger
team In tlio Colli, and the games ol
the coming Fcason will bIuiW bettor
Mme. Emma Eamcs and Em
ilio do Gogorza Report
PAItlS, Dec. 12. A morning paper
nnnoiliices the engagement of Mine.
ICmmii Riiikm, opera singer, and the
baritone, i'mlllo de Gogorza.
Mine. Kami's Is the divorced wife
of Julian. Stuiey of I'lilladjlplila, iho
artist... The wife of de dogorza was
Miss KIhii Tiimanii.
Kl.o bi ought suit for separation
iig.ilnr.t Iter husband and Inst year
began suit in Plillnile.plila against
Mine. Ku'iiph, charging her with hav
ing alienated tl.o Directions or her
hiisbaiid. , ' '
BRAVE G7.L .STAYS
' f oR-,'3JON HE? J03
PHILADELPHIA, Doe. 7. llofir
ing to Icavo her post, MUs Alum N'l
mon, ii"inagcr of u branch olllee of
the Poiliil Tolegrapli nt Ocrnmntown
and Ciieltoli uvoliiies, calmly le,i. at
tier l"ey tending a long mcasago to
day while flames went eating their
way thropgli the Moor nvfr lier head
iiiul i,tll)ig smoko fllloil ,11 ic nirica.
Flieimn warned Iitr of her dan
ger, but she paid no attention to
them. Water began leaking through
tlio Hour upon lier, but she kept At
her tnslc sending tlin Inst word Jint
as a policeman entoreil and compel
led her to leao.
"Are you euro this milk Is abso
lutely fico from germs?" Inquired the
cautious young housekeeper. "Yes,
lady," he replied. "Wo boll overy
drop of wntcr thnt goes into It."
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SPORT CALENDAR. tt
tt ' Monday, Dee. 26. tt
tt lllg Klghl nl Asahl Thoatto With tt
tt Preliminary lloiitt. ti
ti Saturday, Dee. 31. tt
it Airship Plight Moanalua. tt
tt Itace .Meet at llllo Special tt
ti Steamer from Honolulu Leaves ti
it l'riday Attcinixin tt
it Airship Plight IIlli), During it
tt ltaco Meet. it
ti Sunday, Jan. 1, tt
it Airship Plight Xlnnnaliia. . ti
it Monday, Jan. 2. ii
it Airship Flight Moannlun. ti
ii Two Soccer (tallica Hnwullon tt
tt Association Football League, ti
ti i: ti ii ii tt ti t: tt tt rt t: it tt tt it it
First Tournament at MacDon-
aid anrt Cup Riays On
N After January 1.
Again Ii tenulsn Icokilig up and
shurtj)' tlio game on thu eiiurts will
ho lu full swing again, a tournament
lielug mi at the MiizDonuld, begin
ning tomorrow nflernonn.
After tlio tlrbt of the jear there
will hn a Wall Cup tournament, anil
as esi'ii ns this Is finished tlio Hall
Cup wl I he. plaed for, iiceurdlng" to
the depe glen out liy the wlcidcis
of the iiicket.
'I lie WiieOnimld plnyi will ho tlio
(l'st on. al d will he a three-day af
fair, inrst i f the play lio'ng iliipe on
ChiirtiiKif and the. rid!nwingvday.
This tournament Is . n -mixed
doubles nrfalr nnd Is exclusive, hn
Ing confine I to persons utntlng at the
MacDuua d. There urn twenty-two
names en the lilt of pluvprfl potted,
and theie is promise of,, ronio great
watk in thu cmirta during the next
three dnyB, which will do much to
mnlio the rpectutors lis well ns the
lilujers feigut It ir llerry Christmas
It Is probable that tlin Wall Cup
tournament, whl h Is n Ileretnnla
club nrfalr, will litillilnVed nff about
the middle of .JamiarjivjtljC play
Etnrtltig on Januiirj ' f!'.
Proliably the; first'of- l-'ebruary play
will enmmence in tho Hall t'up tour
ney, this nrfalr being open to nil
p'nyers. f j j . ,
Athertcn ItlrJiaVitsJnowi Ijolds tho
Wall Cup nnd' $i jljUun jls tho
euptoillan of the Ilnll tropfiy.
TRIP IN fAN AIRSHIP
Central Union Bible School
Sees Patron Saint Glide
Santa Clans arrived laRt night In
nn airship nt Cential Union chit'cli.
Tlin affair was tho annual Christmas
celebration of tlio llllile schoql. nnd
tho church was crowded. Tho Ha
waiian band rendered appropriate
music, nnd In the midst nf tho ex
ercises Santa Clans glided onto tho
stage In nn nlrBlilp.
Tho entertnlnmont wns one of tlio
best of Its I; I ml ever given by thu
church, a feature of particular In
terest was Miss MncDougnl's mono
logue, "Tom's Three Christmas
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Sienatum of C6xt&Z?&C&U
There never has 'been InJIonnlulu
such a largo nnd cnrefuljy'ejectcd
stock of popular llctlon unit liiolu for
children us uru being shown tit-A, I).
Arlelgh & Co., Mil., Hotel near Fort
street. This is the place, to go for
these books and for handsomely
bound gift books.
! PIERRE BARRON
ALOHA BATH HOUSE,
School of Physical Culture1.
Ladies' Men's and Children's
classes. Hours: a. m, to 10 p, m,
and Pn'vate Instruction,
New Schedule of Rates
To Tnko llrtect January 1, 1911
Hates per hour, $.Y00 Steady driv
ing for largo cars having a seating
cupuclty of bIx passengers besides
Hntcs per hour $1, steady driving
for cars having a seating capacity of
four passengers befides the dilver.
Piinahou street, along Hasting,)
street, nlong Pinspcct stret, WyllM
street, Kallhl bridge Hntcs: Ono or
two, 1; each nddltlonal, COc. n
Country Club Onu or two, $1.50;
each liildltlouul, i0c.
' To town, Piinahou district $1.
extra; one or two, fiOc, nddltlonal.
II. Ii Cooper's lesidencii Manna
Valley Ono or two, $l.li0; each ad
Mollllll church One or two,
$l.r,0; each additional, f,0c.
Wulklkl bridge Onu or two,
Jl.ni); each nddltlonal, r,0c.
Kniniukl, lth avenue Ono or
two, 2.r,0; each nddltlonal, .0r.
YVullilkl, to Wilcox's realdcnco
Ono or two, $2; each additional, t,i,e.
Detention charged by tho hour
from stnrtlng point.
To Pall One or four, $7; each ad
Within city boundaries covered )y
section 3, ordinance of the Hoard of
To Pall from Moami Hotel nnd Re
turn Ono. to four, $&' each udill
Punclibonl drive, co.'crcd by sec
tion 3, ordinance, of II. e Hoard or Hit
porvlsnr, Oiu or four; ' each ad
Mounn Hotel and 'return Ono or
four, Sfl; each nddltlonal, 'illc.
Paelllc Heights and re. urn, cov
ered by section 3, ordinance of tho
Hoaid of Kuoi Whiih One or lour,
$!i; each additional, r.iic.
Moalm Hotel and return Ono or
four, fC; each additional, r.lip.
I'ukukl hill and return, covered
by socUon 3, ordlnanco of the Hoard
of Supervisors One or four, ";
each nddltlonal, r,0c.
Muan a Hotel and return One or
four, SB; eii"'i additional, BUc.
Dlammid Head and letuin spnclal
trip, covered by section 3, ordlnnneo
of the Hoard of Supervisors Ono or
From Moanalua around DL'imond
Head, going west to east 't lier
To Mnnoa Valley and return One
or four, $."; each additional, $1. Cov
cied by section 3, ordlnnneo of tho
Hoard of Supervisors.
Calling nnd shopping per
hour, half time taken up In dcteii-
I Hon within tlio boundaries of the
city of Honolulu.
Shopping nnd cnlllng Covered by
section 3, ordlnanco of tho Hoard of
Supervisors, $4 per hour; outside
limits or oriiinance, .i per nour.
To Wnlalao and return, covpred bi
section 3, ordinance of tho Poind of
Supervisors One way. ono or six.
'$:; return trip, $3; detention, in
To Lucas' and return Wnlalao
Ono or six, $10; covorcd by section
3, ordlnanco of the Hoard of Super
visors. COUNTRY IIATKS.
To Honolulu plantation nnd re
turn One or six, ?8; covered by
section 3, ordlnnneo of the Hoard ol
To Pearl City nnd return Ono or
six, if 10; covorcd by section 3, ordi
nance of tho Hoard of Supervisors.
To Wutertown und return Ono or
bIx, $12. HO; covered by section 3,
ordinance of tho Hoard of Super
visors. J To Wnlpahu and return Ono or
six, $Ifi, Including Hnnoullull; cov
ered by section 3, ordlnnneo of the
Hoard of Supervisors.
I To Kvvn pnntutlon nnd return
One or four, $18; one or six, f 20;
covorcd by section 3, ordlnanco of
the Board of Supervisors.
To Wahlnwu and return Ono or
six, $20; covered by nectlon 3, ordl
nanco of the Hoard of Supervisors.
To I-ellelnui and return One or
six. $20; covored by soctlon 3, ordi
nance OI U1U iUUIM Ul QU,UI viruiD,
J To Wnlulua and return Ono or
six, $2.", ono hour detention; one or
C, $30, from sunset to sunset; cover
ed by section 3, ordinance of tho
Hoard of Supervisors.
I To Heela nnd return One or bIx,
$K,; detention, ono hour; covered by
section '3, ordlnanco of the Hoard of
To Wnlkano and return One or
six, $20; detention, ono hour; cov
ered by section 3, ordlnanco of tho
Hoard of Supervisors.
TO ALL COUNTUY POINTS, ONU
' To Wuliiiaiialo and return One or
six, $2., detention ono hour; all day,
$30; mvcred by section 3, ordinance
of the lion ul of Supervisors.
To Kiihanii Ileaeb and return
One or six, $2."; detention, ono hour.
All country tripsbounded by I In
ula on the Pall side and bounded llV
Wnlulua on ,tlio west sldu $3( u
To Kahuku and -return $10; nil
All country trips starting nuy
whero wltliln'tlio boundaries of Dia
mond Head, Pall und .Moanalua am
icgiilated by country rules.
No double rates.
Hound Island $40.
Hound hland, lingo cars, $10,
Hound Island, small cars, $3,.
Hntcs per week $125.
ROSA & CO.
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SITCIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTE OK
j Phone 3181
ROSA & CO.,
,, Alnkea Hnd Queen Streets
6 Limited Jf
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
KIND AND NUUANU STREETS
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You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Prop.
F0K SALE AT ALL BaK
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO,
A uncle enlumn mratnri mmht
seem inadequate Jo illustiate th
iiuctiuioi a large oiuce.
Itdemohstra'tes however, the
economy of S'V. "Elastic" Filim?
devices in the use of floor space
without, howevcrr any restriction
on filinn car)'acitv.f
,. Let us show what can be done
i i i '
wnn 3 square leet.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 1
Weekly Hulletlii (I per )iar.
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