EVENING TlULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2. 190.
Arc you interested in Motorcycles? If so, it will pa;
you to wait a few weeks and see the new
We have six of these fine machines on the Vteyjfrbip
factory and will be able to show you the finest Motorcy
cles, both in single and twin cylinder, that are made. The
READING STANDARD is the only Motorcycle that has ev
er been ridden up Pike's Peak.
Several of the six machines ordered are. sold to ar
rive, so get your order in early. Call and we will tell 'yon
more about them and show you what they look like.
E. 0. Hall & Son., Ltd.
Combination for Dogs
Just to Hand
Contains: Antisceptic MangCiWash, Anti
septic Dog Soap, Dog -Blood
Destroys all Vermin, Cures or Prevents
Obtainable nt BENSON, SMITH and HOLLISTER DRUG
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at '" '
JEWELRY STORE. His stow will be open Saturday
evenings up to Dec. 12th and then every evening to Deo. 24.
COME EARLY. Select-your goods and have them pat
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Counter, R 0. box
New Negligee Shirts
Plain White and Colored, arrived by S. S. Alameda.
ALSO ELEGANT PATTERNS, MEN'S NECKWEAR,
Yee Chan & Co.,
CORNER KING and BETHEL STREETS. PHONE 627.
may be worked in any home by simply applying with a -.
common varnish brush a thin coating of
Old woodwork, floors, and furniture will look as good
as new with a single application.
T.H.Davies & Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fencs and Monument Works
'NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO., 176-190 KINO STREET, PHONE-237. '
COMING REGATTA IS BEING TOLD
OF BY PLACARDS
Program for Saturday's Events Is All
But Completed and Will Be An
counced within Day or Two Club
Members Are Busily Practicing
Actlvo Btcns are hclng taken by tbo
Outrigger Club to advcrtlso tho regat
ta nnd carnival which will ho hem
on Saturday afternoon and evening
next. Handsome placards, depicting
members pf tho cjub Indulging In
aquatic sports, nre being posted about
town nnd every effort Is being made
to Impress the date of tho festivities
gn everybody's mltid.
Arrangements for the feto arc pro
gressing most satisfactorily and those
who arc to take part In the ovents
aro dovotlng all of their spare tlmo
to practicing. All of tho canoes nnd
surf-boards of the club are In dally
demand nnd the surf In front, of the
Outrigger Club headquarters presents
a lively nppcaranco every afternoon.
Tho Junior members .of tho club
have mado up their minds to distin
guish themselves In the coming re
gatta. Kvcry minute that they can
sparo Is'bclng devoted to practice and
homo of the joungstcrs aro sending
Ihclr canoes and surf-boards through
tho wnter nt n rate which would do
credit to older and stronger men.
The club grounds are already be
ginning to Bhow the effects of the,
work that has been put on them and
the guests, on Saturday will be sur
prised at the radical change which
has been made In the appearance of
the plnnt during the past two weeks
A care-taker Is now In charge of
the groundssome of the grass houses
have been repaired, new ones have
been built, and the general appear
ance of the establishment has been
A good roadway has been built
down to the beach, so that visitors
can gain access to the. club grounds
wlth6ut wandering along tho sa,ndy
beach and through the hotel grounds.
'The program for the regatta and
carnival Is now being' compUcdand
will be announced In Its entirety
within a day or two. . t
Kenneth Drown, chairman of the
canoe Illumination committee, an
nounces that so far a dozen entries
have been made. Kach will contest
for the koa surfboard offered ns a
prlzo to the most strikingly Illumi
The canoes will enter tho races af
ter tho procession that opens the eve
Tho carpenter at tho Outrigger
Club grounds is busy making frames
for tho Club canoes that aro to be
decorated, and fitting torches and
acetyllno lamps' to the surfboards de
signed tor the night events..
GIVES WOULD-BES CHANCE
Dick Sullivan Puts on Gloves With
Eager Aspirants for Pugilistic
Aspirants tp fame In the fistic
world were given an opportunity to
demonstrate their fitness yesterday
afternoon, when Dick Sullivan don
ned the gloves with a few of them at
Ucalanl boat house and battered
them around for a few rounds each.
They got all they wanted, though
the clover pug. was very kind In the
treatment which he accorded them
and did not'send la any of his sock
dolagers. Sullivan went through a stiff
course of sprouts and showed his ad
mirers conclusively that he intends
to give the fans tholr money's worth
In the arena at the Orpheum Satur
The clever scrapper Is In the pink
of condition. He ,ls not carrying an
ounco of superfluous weight, his
eyes tcjl of clean, living, and his
wind yesterday stood all the tests to
which It was put. Sullivan Is one
of tho prettiest men with the gloves
that over' entered the ring, and his
fistic ability, coupled with his hitting
power and his superb condition, pro
mise some great entertainment Sat
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
- - PHONE 199, .
RECORD IS MADE
BY THE NEBRASKA
BATTLESHIP CREDITED WITH
BEST TARGET WORK
Advices From Manila Indicate That
Ship Will Fly the Red Pennant Dur
ing Coming Year Particulars Anx
iously Awaited in Naval Circles
MANILA, r. I., Nov. 18. It
was unofficially stated today
that the battleship Nebraska,
.during the target practise now
la progress, broke all records
'established by any navy In tho
w.orld for marksmanship with
lhcr 12-Inch guns. Willie the
'figures are not obtainable, It Is
believed .that the Nebraska's
,' crews will gain all records for
both speed and accuracy.
f Whether tho Nebraska leads In
record or'battlo practise Is not speci
fied' n the nbote dispatch, but, as
battle 'practise should have been
completed about Nov. 18, It Is
thought. likely that tho scores made
were made under war conditions.
If tho Nebraska won tho target
record at battle practise, It will mean
that, henceforth, sho will bo entitled
io fly.Jhe,rcd pennant with tho white
ball 'froni' her foremost peak, until
such time as somo other ship shnll
wrest from her the token of suprem
t The Atlantic Ilattleshln Fleet, the
Pacific 'heeVpnd the Atlantic culser
squadron cngaRCd In target practise
almost simultaneously. Tho battle
ships , did their shooting at Manila,
the Pacific fleet at Magdalcna Bay,
and the Atlantic cruisers In tbo Cu
Records of the work ot the Pacific
fleet and tho cruiser squadron nre be
ing, a waited .anxiously. When the
Pacific fleet left here ii was beaded
I for Ma'gda'lena'Ilay 'under orders to
proceed wun uaiuc practise, ana
ijome high score's were expected from
Target practise among the shins of
the Navy Is divided 'Into two classes
uuiuc practise ana record practise.
iicretoiore tn,e snip making tno high
est score at record practice has been
entitled to fly the nennnnt. This vear
a change was made, 'and the pennant
goes to the winner at battle practice
and a bronzo tablet to the winner at
In record practice the ships sail a
measured distance through still water
and flro at a target moored a known
dlstanco away. In battle practice the
ships steam by, cleared for action,
under conditions approximating
those which would bo encountered In
actual warfarei ,The distance ot the
target must bo ascertained by means
of range finders and the gunners must
demonstrate that they are qualified
to man their guns In actual war and
not on parade .only.
The red 'pennant, proclaiming that
the shin flying It has mado tho hleh
est score a'battlo practice, practical
ly tells to the world that that vessel
Is the most effective of her class In
the Navy. As the scores mado havo
been uniformly 'higher than thoso ot
any other navy In the world, tho red
pennant Is equivalent to the world's
REILLY AND LAHEY FIGHT
' DRAW IN SAN FRANCISCO
BAN ' KRANCISCO. Calif.. Dec. 1.'
Tho fight between Chas. Kcllly and
Joe La hey was a draw.
Rellly gained the decision bvor La
hey when the two boya fought hero
a couple ot months ago. The mill
met with" favor and Joe Cohen may
brlng-them back hero for a match
about Christmas time.
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TROTTING RACES IN FAVOR
v. ' i" ;
NEW YORK, N. Y Nov. 12.
With horse racing relegated some
what to "the background with the b'a'n
on betting, Indications are that trot
ting meetings are to receive more at
tention In the: future. This was In
dicated. at a movement Just Inaugur
ated In New 'York to form .an inter
national ,;norse show association,
which, while, It will further the In
terest 'of horse shows throughout the
country, will also serve to stimulate
trotting, A committee ot five was
selected to draft by-laws and to fur
ther perfect the arrangements anil to
submit tho results of their labors !r
thn various organizations throughout
KALANIANAOLE LEAGUE IS TO
HAVE ANOTHER CHIEF
Personal Affairs Make It Necessary
for President To Hand Reins Over to
Someone Else Reports of Officers
Show League in Fine Shape
Enos Vincent will shortly rctlro
from .the presidency of the Kalanl-
anaolo League. Vincent made tho
formal announcement last night at
the monthly meeting of tho League,
giving as his reason the fact that
from now on he wilt have to spend
the greater part of his tlmo on tho
Island ot Maul. No steps were taken
last night toward tho selection ot a
man to succeed Vincent.
Reports from tho various officers
showed the Kajanlanaole League to
be n satisfactory condition. Tho
treasurer reported that there was a
balance on, hand In his department,
and that tjie general financial sltua
tlon waa very satisfactory.
Tho League magnates approved a
minor chango in the llnc-up ot the
Twilight Athletic Club's nine, sever
al new players being authorized and
tho retirement of one of tho Josephs
bolng agreed to.
The question of giving a dnnco on
New Year's cvo was broached and
Borne discussion was Indulged In. Fi
nally tho matter was turned over to
n special commlttco which was In
structed to look Into tho matter and
report; at a later nicotjng of tho
Tho committee appointed to take
charge of tho ball .arrangements Is
composed of , V"lll Prcstldge, chair
man; E, 8. Kong. A. K. VIerra, and
The meeting was held at the rest
deuce of A. 'K7 Vlerra, on Vineyard
street. Those present were President
Enos Vincent, Vice President 'E. S.
Kopg, S'ccretnry'A. K. Vlerra, Treas
urer, M. T. Marshall Jr., Will Prcs
tldge, and WTln'Chong. as well as
Sing Chong of the Chinese Athletic
Club, John Notlcy of the White Box,
riyni ,L,uuuiB oi ino Ania Ainictic
Club, and W. W. Marshall of tho
n n n
PIERCE ENTERED IN SWEDEU
SAN FRANCI8CO. Calif.. Nov. IB.
That an Amorican car Is the one best
ntted to win the great winter relia
bility tour held In Sweden each vear
Is tho opinion of P. Pantus Llnd-
Strom, who Is now In this country.
Mr. Llndstrom, who is a mechanical
engineer, Is one ot Sweden's best
known sportsmen, and has driven his
own car In all of the winter reliabil
ity runs slnco the first one was held.
In a letter to W. V. Culberson of tho
Mobile Carriage Company from the
home offlpn nf tllA PIatpa Aprnw pmi
tho Information Is given that Llnd
strom Is now negotiating for'a 6-cyI-
inaer su-norsepower I'lerco Arrow
With the Intention nf enterlnc It in
the run op his return home. If He
carries out bis Intention the car will
be the first one ot American mak;e
that has ever entered In this nvn'nt.
I "Mr. Llndstrom, heretofore has used
"i" " tyrciKu tuunuiaciure. i..aii
year he was put out of the funning
whllo driving a CO-horscpower car by
tne water freezing In his radiator
while the car was halted for a road
repair. When the motor was started
particles of Ico ruined tho pump
gears. His attention was first at
tracted to the Pierce Arrow In 1906
when a car of that make, driven by
Percy ricrco, won a perfect scoro In
the Herkomer tour In Germany.
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NEW AUTO RACING CLUB
I SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Nov. 5.
Preparations are under way for tho
formation of a racing club to conduct
contests on the Long Island motor
parkway. The American Automobile
Ahstrf n lnti- A titnVinltlA-rlit - aa
Iso uiuu Ml 411.113
niftmhorpfl nrnvldal ihnt fit um Von-
jderbllt cup and'' Grand Prize tces
snouia uo run by such on organiza
tion. Anangements are being rando
by the'lioak MAnd motor parkway
Officials fnr n HArloa nf snrlnt JftfAa
jover the cement stretch, to be held
on Saturday, Dec. 6. Cars which
competed In Long Island motor park
way BweepstaKes tfor cars soiling
above 94001) 8n October 10, those
In the Vanderbllt cup race, and cam
which are to comneta In thn nr.inrt
Prize race In Savnnnnh on November
', will lie eligible
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Our Big Store
WILL BE OPEN EVERY NIGHT, commencing Dec. 1st,
Come early and make your purchases. Don't wait
until the last week.
We have HOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS to suit every
body, Remember 1
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT and MERCHANT STS.
TWT 1 - . T-
weeoons luno Bazaar
, Has moved, to. 27 Hotel St. between
Bethel" and Nuuanu. Will open to
night 6 p.m,, with music.
- Come One, Come All
CONTINUOUS DRIVING $3 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING $3 PER HOUR
SHORT RUNS, FROM 60o UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Round-the-Island" and Long
Runs. Efficient Drivers. Best Cars, such as
STODDARD DAYTONS 7-SEATED
POPE - HARTFORDS 5-SEATED
... .. i .
Royal Hawaiian Garage.
GEO S. WELLS Manager.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
We repair any make of autos. We employ the best
mechanics in the Island Server Bros.
Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
biles. All Work Guaranteed. Prices Reasonable.
"Medals mean merit
Highest awards Chicago
1893; 'Paris 1900; St. Louis
1904; New Orleans 1883."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plaint in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery f City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes,. late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is' now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef. '
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
P. 0. Address. Kawaihae.
The Weekly Edition of tht Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of ths day.
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin,
Saturday, Dec. 5, 1908
General Admission $1.50
Reserved Seats $1.00
Stage Seats $U0
Seats on sale at Box Office of Or
pheum Theater, commencing Monday
morning at 10 o'clock. Telephone 681
When you get
us to make
l? TS .- W. nt r.ailv.tri.
. I ' wear prices.
Vy.ta.a4 , "" ,UH
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GEO. A. MARTIN.
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