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i mu i
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Some of the biggest
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fered in Honolulu may
be obtained of
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
A cannon! XotliliiR more anil
lmtlilni; lea, rdocI iieiyilo. A lirasn
riinuon, ton. A ri'al camion. A can
non Wlilch will tmtl.f n iuiIdp. A
uir.iion which cuultl n-nlly iilioot If
It had In. A cannon which bonieono
mint pa for. A cannon whlrh costH
..lionl $40 or S.'iU A cannon for thu
yacht Hawaii That last In worth
A cnnnoii for the )BPht Ilawnll.
Now In.u all thu incllinlnnrlca arc
ever with. It mlKlit ho well to lepeat
ihat tillllnt,' i-ciiloiuc, "A cannon
which must lie pnlil foi." That lit an
Important part. Not only must It lio
pulil for hut also an honor will linvo
liecn ronferrcd on the one wholoes
pay for It. Just think how nli It
would he every time the cannon Is
exploded to lie nlile to say: "That
nolf.c HHi'il to IjcIoiir lo me. hut
kuvo It to thu yacht." Wouldn't that
Then you could bwcII out your
client and lie a (Jicat Man nmonRHt
the ltahhlc. Why, it is the clianco
of a lifetime. Thin!; or It again. A
tui.I cannon. A cannon that makes
.i l.olsc () our tiolsu). Hut think oft
ener about the payhiB pan. That Is,
think of it until you decide, to pay
for it; then Rivu tho money to the.
committee and fomct It. Thntn
the host way to do Just forget It,
after )ou have come thtough with
the trilling sum needed.
Of course, there, will tic a race. A
race to see who inn he tho lucky
man. Hut don't you care. You Just
hot right up to "Mac" and wink
(that's the signal) and give 111 in youi
money. He'll do tho lest. If )ou
own a plantation, all the hcttci.
Your money Is Just as good as any
Tho Yiulit Committee lins ordered
:. lino liniss lannon for tlio ynclit, lo
ho used for balutlng and signaling
purpuscs. Kvcry )ncht has sucli n
lannon. and It would ho a had Idea
for the Hawaii to go without one.
lint the committee has not a super
fluity of funds. Ab has heen remark
ed hoforo, snnipnno has a clianco to
he honoicd by paying for that can
Who's the lucky man?
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An Impromptu men's doubles ten
nis tournament Ikik been nrrnngen
by committees of tho Pacific and llor
utaula Tennis ,Clubs, and It will bo
played off next Sattitiliiy atlcinoon
on tho lourts of tho Iletetanl.i Tou
uls Club. Six teams from each club
will play one match each, best two
out of thieo sets, and tho total num
ber of tets won by tho Mx teams or
each club will detounlno thu wlu
uoih. Thu prize will bo a dozen ten
nis balls, vintage of 1908. The fol
lowing are tho teams: I'aclflc Club
W. !'. Itoth nnd I'. 13. Steero; A. T.
lliock and W. Willlanibon; C. II.
Cooko nnd 11. A. Cooke: P. C. Ather
ton and II. o. Dillingham; J. T. iwo
torhouse and Hniold Castle; Gco.,Wn
torhouso and H. JJ. Mead. From tlio
lloietanlii Club K.. II. Wodchouso
nnd D. W. Anderson; W. h. Wnrrcn
and Ucoigo Wan en; It. (J. 13. Pointer
ind r. Haruood; Jt. II. Hletow and
Stanley Kennedy; O. O. Ilockus nnd
A. J. I.onrcy; Hobert I). Ilootli
and a. S. Pick. Tho dciwlngs
will take place tomorrow nnd tho
tlnio' of play will ho announced at
llio samu time.
Tlio next handicap singles tourna
ment for the A. C. Wall cup will ho
played on tho courts of tho Boretanlu
Tennis Club tho second week In Feb
ruary. tt tt t:
Clifford II. Doll, tho Yalo pltchor
ot 1904 and 190u, lias been appoint
ed abslstant cleric Jf tho Superior
Coin t or Hartford County, Conn.
MAtiMrtwii iWm ,.. Tfrhi'A-nrKfrrf
Stanley Ketchel and Mlko (Twin)
Sullivan will provide the next pugi
listic entertainment for tho fans of
this city nt Coffroth's Mission si root
nretin on the afternoon of Kubruary
1!2. This was litually decided upon
last night. The articles woro not
signed, hut the men will meet at .1
o'clock this' afternoon,, when llio lliml
arrangement will lie made.
Thu reason why tho ilctullB woro
not arranged was that Joo O'Connor,
manager of Kotchel, would not do
business on Hie thirteenth day of the
month, lit- figured that tho Jlnkb lip",
heen following lilm for many years,
and rather than Invito disaster ho de
elded to postpone the technical end
of tho match making until tills after
noon. Tho men will mict nt lii-l pounds
four hours beroro tho fight. No ref.
creo was named during the discus
sion, each man nsecitlng that any
one who would suit tho public would
dv. Tho fight will take place at 2:30
o'clock In tlio afternoon.
Tho match was brought about by
n telegram from Kctchcl, who Is at
Orand Itapids. to his manager. Kct
chel lieggi'd that he ho matched with
some live one. for the leason that he
wns pining for hometlilng to do. He
telegraphed that ho would take .on
mi) body Ihat looked good, and as
i Manager O'Connor liked tho stylo of
Sulllvnn thp negotiations wuro quick
' t: .
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Tho Diamond Head Athletic Club
has decided to take up rowing, and
hereafter tho Myitle and Hcalnnl
clubs will have to look to their laur
els. Hut tlio latter clubs .are only
too glad that they have a now i-om-i
I'ctllor, foritliuy havu become tomo-
what tired of always lighting tho
championship out between ca'-h oth
! Ihero Is only one question rcmalu-
Ing that may Keep the Diamond
Heads from getting Into tho rowing
, game, and-thnt will bo tho expense
i attached to n shell. Howlng shells
J are mighty prctt things and a lot ot
lexciclso and sport may bo derived
I from them, but, Great duns, tney nro
i expensive, ir.the rowing clubs that
! are now In oxlstcnio and already
I have their' boats, can get In and help
j the Diamond Heads, ami thp sport by
to doing, get hold of a boat, thoio
! rhoulil ho some good competition hero
and It would give a decided Impetus
1 to lowing In this hcctlou or the coun
:: v. ::
U.G. WK AND FIELD MEET
All tho nrrnngements necessary for
a sua cmf ill track and Held meet or
the Chltiosa Athletic Club have been
perrceled by the committee, which
has charge of tho affair. Tho entiles
' are In nnd tho program is now In
, tho hands of tho prlutois. It goes
without saying that it will be as at
tractive as any of tho piovlous ones,
, Tho general talk around tho Chi
ncbo inmmunlty Is the nieet, nnd
! liom prcsont Indications there will
bo a largo, crowd of Chlncso piesimt
, nt tho Uoys'" Plold on Feb. 1. Al
teady big icd posters are posted In
diffcicnt parts of Chinatown announc
lug tlio, meet, and at every one or
these bulletin boards a groat num
ber of the subjects or tho dragon aro
i leading tho notices.
Willie tho talk Is going on nmnng
I tlio older rolks, tho competitors aio to
' lie seen ovory afternoon at Iho Hoys'
, Fluid practicing away nt-tho spilnts,
Jumps, weights and dlstnnco, All tho
best athletes, who won fame on thu
j Under path, nro hack In harness again,
i nnd aro sparing no pains In order to
uphold their names. It will hu the
j greatest moot or tho Chinese Athletic
! Tho gentlemen who will servo as of
flclals nro: Cluis. Chllllngwoith, ref
eieu; 13. S. Kong, clerk or couise, Joo
' l.eong, scorer; Dr. Hand, starter, J
C. Anderson, announcer; E. W. Cor
tin, U S. Connes, CIiub. A. Wong, track
Judges; Cliarllo Alhilght, 13. O. Farm
S. T. Kong, flotil Judges; Hen Clark
Kdnln Fornando, J, - W. Hiewster,
I tlmu-keepurs. j
ALSO A FULL DISPLAY OF
SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, BLANKETS, COMFORT
ERS, OIL CLOTH, TOWELS, TABLE PADDING, ETC.
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINIHNG
THURSDAY, JAN. 23,
- FRANK C00LEY
UNDER SEALED ORDERS
Trick Bicycle Riders.
BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 27,
"WHEN HER SOUL SPEAKS"
25, 35 and 50c
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
It may bo that thcro will be a rour
i.ome golf match at the Country Club
in thu near f.auro. Several "goir
lacs" aro at present talking tho mut
i: :: ::
Tnko n .look In Mclnerny's Btorc
window and see how It's done. Sam
Johnson stands on his hands In tho
air as easily as ho throws out his
C.ipron, tho great Minnesota hnlr
back, is thicjtening to go to Dart
mouth next season. Pel hups ho do
Mres to moe tip close, so that Wultcr
Camp and Casiar Whitney can get a
good look at him.
Secietary Mott-Smlth has written
r letter to tho Tax Commission re
plying to certain questions asked
him. His reply thows tho Income ot,
tho Territory for tho past six yeanr,
with tho sources fioin which It has
been derived, nnd tho vnilous sums
which-hiivo been pnld ovor to tho
fceveral departments, j
5Jgy"Fr ftent" cards on sale at '
J Keep Warm!
Cotton, Union and All-Woo!
from 76c upwards a pair
Full-Sized Comforters,$2.50 to $4
Honeycomb and Marseilles
Spreads, from $1.20 to $4.75 ea.
L. B. Kerr c Co.,
Ono hundred and clglity-rour cer
tllleatc.i or-llawallan blitli woio Is
tued by tlo Secretary of tho Terri
tory during ho year 1907. Tills in
cludes those Issued by Atkinson when
he was Secretary and by Mott-Smltli
tdnco Uie chnngo In administration,
August IT,, the tormer being rcBpou
siblo for H9 or them nnd tho lattor
Of thoto to whom ccitlflcntcs were
issued IS wore adults and 1159 were
Illinois. Tlio list Included 18 Japan
ese, tho lCfi others belnp Chinese;, In
dialing six children wtupso niotlicis
Of late there has been n decided
Increase In the number of applica
tions ror birth certificates nnd Sec
retary Mott-Smlth Is kept busy two
days in tho week examining nppll
raiits nnd witnesses.
J. S. Low, temporary administrator,
has filed an Inventory of tho estate of
tho Into Harry I.. Johnson, tho cus
toms luokor. In which ho places the
total estimated value at $1030.03. Tho
ihler Items aio the office furniture,
books, etc., nnd tho brokcrngo busi
ness, valued at S500 each.
Should tho Bake cases bo decided In
accordance with Johnson's conten
tions, tho value, or tho estate will
probably be many times enhanced.
George Holph, tho manager of tho
Ciockett refinery, who Is on n vaca
tion In Honolulu, expects to snll for
S.in Francisco by tho Hongkong
Marti, scheduled for tomorrow. Ho
expects to pay tho flno of $200 Tor
Unvoting In n foreign bottom.
P. K. Seong, a Chlneso storekeeper
on Fort stroc't nenr the customs house,
was nnestcd yesterday afternoon roi
Bclln II ulgoltrv.'hq slirdl shrdlu cmf
belling liquor without n license.
Durns Healed Ir. One Day by
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