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StERUNCR IC YCLES
PVHN'IS'Q ni(.t.RTIS', IIONOl.n.O. T II TI'IU)AV nc. 21, 1910.
4? i (s'
80 Just Arrived
The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
STERLING- BICYCLES are exceedingly craocful in appearance
and substantial in construction. They ate made in one of the
largest and best cquinued factories where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine style, running and wearing qual
ities with moderate "priw. 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 A. PRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20. 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
steel. Flush Joints. Crank Bratkct dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel plated.
FINISH: Black enamel, nick;l trimmings. Option Sterling Qreen.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel. 30 to rear. Hubs, spndle pattern with ball re
tainers. Wood rims enameled to match frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube or M. & W. Double Tube.
GEAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-1G 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. HALIi fc SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
JOE McGURN i
Tlio Inst strenuous training of the
llgbterH wlio tal.u part In tlio fistic
ronU-Bts at tlio Asabl Theater on
Monihi) nlgbt will bo done today,
mid tlieii n day of rest wilt lio taken
before tlio Mr (Iglits aro p ul led off.
Borne whirlwind work has been
ALWAYS THE BEST-THE
LUNCH I CRITERION
SPECIAL RATES FOR DELIVERING CAL
ENDARS, CIRCULARS, ETC. Give us your
orders for Xmas deliveries. Phone 1861
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done by tlio men during tlio p,int few
dns, MeOuru training out with Sar
lono and I'lnlt, mid doing nix hard
loiimlg with each of tlio minor Debt
ors jestcrday afternoon.
Jim lloaii bus not been ga)iiiK
ninth, but tlio way ho ban put It
oer Wnhllanl at'hla training quar
ters ilurlng the inst week augur
well for the way be Is going to work
.Mond.i nlgbt. -
Jim bag boxed many fust rounds
with bis pirtuor, mid on ono o:c.i
rlou within tlio pant few das put
W'nblluiil out In the sixth round of
what was going to be u ten-round
rink Is getting Into better shape,
lias moro confidence and knows mora
about the game than when be went
up against Hauersocka at I.ellehui
lestf than two montlis ago. Ho la
big mid slow, but can take lots of
punishment, and If be has Improved
his fighting knowledge In the past
few weeks be will give Ilauersocks
nil be vnntn.
Tlio Fifth Cavalry man Is su
premely conlldent of what ho ran do
and mh that bo will get rink this
tlmo sine. If lie does be will bav
to fight harder than ho did at I.el-
lehua, mid ho was going some there,
When It comes to the first prelim-
Innrj, Young Cans and Sarrone are
working Just us bard for their six
round go ui are the other men for
tweho rounds, mid tboy will be In
the pink of condition on Monday.
The fight next week will be the
fifth one that MiCtirn lin been In
since bo came to the Territory from
tlio Coast, fighting Cull here in a
six-round go which stopped In the
third, and the llllo fight with Cooper
which was scheduled for fifteen
rounds ending In the so oud with n
Knockout. M llllo Do .Mcllo was
fought by Mitlurn mid put out In
the third round of n flftecn-iound
go, and at I.ellchua lerently Mitlurn
got the best of Soldier MiCollougb
In the Foentli round of n fifteen
The Ilnwallaus are lurking Jim
lloao, mid be has done homo snappy
fighting In the local ring. He Is
fust from the sinrt mid has n good
punch (ball may get McCuru mid
nuke his fifth fight the first one
that he lof.es
Tickets for the fight nro going
rapidly, mid It looks mr though Pro
moter Nigel Jackson would break
even with the game when the re
ceipts aro counted up on Monday
Many of the soldiers and marines
nre coming to town for the fight, nr
rmigementH halng been made
whereby they can get tickets nt thplr
lo-nl camps through tho post ex
t! t! 11 '
Four students of the College of
Ilnwall, with Professor Donngbbo
and A. It. Keller and wife, have
taken the hike oer the Kojluu
Itnngo along tho trull of tho Trull
and Mountain Club.
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l'ractlfo soccer Is on this after
noon at Fori Shutter, the High
School' team going up ogalnst ft team
from the soldlerx.
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ftidb''&tit ".m '
Santa Clans is not nut of dute.3
'nny me. ins He ttus M-eii iiiul recii
, nl;ed toiho, and In spile of its bcT
n little early, was Induced to "coil
liroucli ' He una in the I'nshw
l.nr, ill gulxrd In a summer nulfwui
g.no hlnifi'If nun) by asking whrt
tho rlilitimy was It was ili-clileilUjI
tlio 'drinks were on him." .S
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Monday, Dec. 2G.
Illg light nt Asubl Tlieutio WltM
Saturday, Dec. 31.
Airship Flight Moanalua.
lt.ice Meet at llllo Special
Steamer from Honolulu Lcajcas
Airship Flight llllo. During
Sunday, Jan. 1. '
Airship Fl'kht Moanulnn.
Monday, Jan. 2.
Airship FllRht Moannluu.
To Soccer flames IlnwntliiHa
Association FiMitball League, 1
ROSA & GO
Beers, Wines andl
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DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS i 01
THE CITY j
ROSA & COJ
Alakea and Queen Streeti "j
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KINQ AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll find they're all eood.feK
iowi nere. ,
l'. 4U c..u:ui
US lilt IdMllUII
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davjet, Progl
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Wo want you to sc,c our exceptionally low prices and
hifjh grade Clothinu, then you will admit you have never
seen anything to equal them.
They arc in two and three-piece suits, WORSTEDS,
CHEVIOTS, CASSIMERES, FLANNELS, FRENCH ALPACA,
SELF STRIPE and BLUE SERGES. The latest 1911 pat
terns in stripes and checks.
you that on every Suit you buy in the LEADER you save from $4.00
$4.00 to $10.00
Here Is Your Clothing
They are the product of Jhe best makers, the materials
arc excellent, the tailoring faultless, the styles pleasing to
the quiet and to the fashionable dressers.
It is to the interest of every man to participate in this
great clothing event. Plain to say, we give good, solid,
honest value, and value sticks out all over our clothing.
Prices range from $6.50 to $21.50 and worth from 40
to 65 per cent more. Before buying any clothing look at
our goods and prices. It will convince you of 'our great
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