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HKBK-ir? ' llPIMWT'' J" "" Cvy" (Jivriflfjg(si " - rf,lt ;w "rj; c'swjgjiiii nvn.NMNO UUt.l.KTJJM, UONOLUI.II.T. If.. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1009 f X Ell t 0 fi T i " A T Keep In Mind HAT THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR that you should hatch out chickcm if you want a lot of eggs and broil crs this year. DID YOU SEE THE m Cyphers Incubators WORKtNG AT THE POULTRY SHOW! We filled a 120-egg incubator and when the eggs had been tested out there were 103 eggs left that showed signs of fertil ity The day the show opened the eggs were taken out of the incu bator and were carried with the machine a couple of miles in a wagon and placed in the show. The next day the chicks started to hatch and we got 03 fine, hearty chicks out of the 103 eggs. These arc now being rais ed on Cyphers Chick Food AND YOU SHOULD SEE THEM! CYPHERS INCUBATORS are so easy to run, and hatch strong chicks which arc so easy to raise, if you will feed them properly, keep them warm at night and keep them clean. 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It will only cost you a little. You will not feel it. You will have a watch and a goodone, at that. J. A. R. Vieira & Co. 113 HOTEL STREET Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year Baseball Boxing Boating S FO RT Racing j Bowling Rowing I READY All-HAWAIIAN ARE READY FOR BUSINESS TEAM TO MEET MIKE FISHER'S AGGREGATION CHOSEN Line-Up For First Game Is Practi cally Settled League Decides on Hour of Play and Welcome for Visit ing Manager Planned With but two practice i1iih lelt -t( fore the nrrlval of the All-Amerl- urns the Kcrnandcr. bunch Is geltiiiR In Home tolling work. Thin afternoon unit tomorrow the men will work hard, anil will then probably ease up -n little the day before the Rnmc. I The nine which will represent Ha- wild In the flrt- finmo against the All-Americans will probably be com- poked of the following playcm: 1 A Castle and Ucuter, pitcher; ' Scares, catcher; 13. Fernandez (cup- tain), first base; II. Iltistinclt, second hi!t.c, William ILunpton, shortstop;. . John William, third base; Hairy limns, left field; J. Kin, center field ; W Desha, right Held. 1, The Saturday afternoon game will lit plhcd at 3 o'clock. The lcaguo has tahen definite action In tho mat- let- At what time tho Sunday and mld-wrcl gnincs will be plnycd has not been decided. 'A Captain I'crnandez Is plaiyiltiEj quite nn (nation Tor Mike Fisher and Ms band of baseball belters when the) arrive The particulars of tho reception have not been worked (Hit hut It Is settled that n delegation will g6 out to the Manchuria and wait upon .Mike and his cohorts. Coysldcrnblc discussion lias been Indulged In concerning the kind of b carriage that should be sent to tho CUP OFFERED WINNER IN COM dock It Is probable that an aqucoUsM tNq BASEBALL CONTEST vehicle, otherwise known as a water-1 - . nagon, will be used. A committed AthIete, will Try To Down the Al will probably bo appointed tomonow ij8nce on Washington's Birthday and " r . .. i wi aT ao Juven up score dinner ' PROGRAM Secretaries or other author- Izcd representatives of clubs nro asked to send In a list of events, scheduled by them, that they may bo Included In the program. Address all commu- nlcatlons to the Sportng 1MI- tor, 13 v o n I n g II u 1 1 o 1 1 n . Tonight: Hawaii Yaclit Club annual meeting and banquet. Jan. 29: Chinese Athletic Club meeting. Jan. 30: lloxlng. Smith vs. Itcllly. Jan. 30: Hawaii Yacht Club cruise and luau Jan. 31: Foursome tournn- went at Country Club. Feb. 1: Howling tournament Btnrts. Feb. 2: Diamond Head A. C. smoker. Feb. 27: Y. M. C. A. trnck meet. Feb. 13: lloxlng, Sullivan vs. Peterson. BASEBALL Jan, 30: All Americans vs. All Hnwallans on League grounds. Jan. 31: All Americans vs. All Hnwallans. Feb. 3: All Americans vs. All liawnlliins. Feb. C: All Americans vs. All Hnwallans. Feb. 7: All Americans vs. All Hawallnns. GREAT EVENTS TOURISTS BAND WILL 1 SEE CANOE-RACE SILVER TROPHY CUPS ARE GIVEN I OUTRIGGER CLUB BASEBALL STUDENTS AND C.A.C. AGAIN WILL MEET of a sprinkling cart. n n ft After the Game T SPOUTS BY THE SPORTING EDITOR .1 On Washington's lllrthday the representatives, of the Chinese Ath- , If tic Club wllli again meet the Chi , iff so Students' lAlllanco on the dia mond. The defeat, which the Konohl contest brought to tho nthlctes, Is There arc a couple of ambitious rankling In the mlndB of the losors, pugs In this town who hnvo express- and the prospoct of unothor chanio cd -a desire to be matched with tho lt-oka good to them, winner of the SulllVnn:Potcrson go. I Hung C)uoi.,of tho. Sing. Chon If thev arc renllv in earnest thev Comnany haWdtfcrcd n handsome Ml- are making n good show of courage er trophy cup 'to tho winner of-ho but a mighty poor show of modesty. (Washington's 'lllrthday game. The .loo Cohen Is willing to give tho Q. A. C. will make ft determined ef- ambitious ones a chanco, providing fort to annex tho cup and thus oven they prove their ability to do some- inaltcrH tip with tho studonls. On thing. There will be no more sond- tho other hand, the Alliance plajcrs Ing crecn men tin acnlnst old-stagois will try very hard to add tho new Just because they (tho greenhorns) ttophy to their collection. Trank 0. Clark Writes That He Will Offer Prizes for Races Given in Hon or of Visitors He Contemplates Send ing Here i 1 , I Tho coming of the 'JUmnd-the World Tourists cm-tho steamship Ma- blc will he the slgnnl for great events In the sporting circles of the illy ac cording to tho letter received by Hall & Son In tho last mall. The letter from Frank Clark, manager of the project, speaks for Welf. Hull & Son hnvo already contracted for the cups that will bo properly engraved. ii ml placed on exhibition In duo time. The letter follows: New York, Jan. C, 1909. Messrs. K. O. Hall & Co., I Honolulu, If. I. I Dear Sir: I Just had n very pleas ant call from Mr. Alexander Hume Ford, President of your Outrigger Canoe Club, who tells ma ho Is ar ranging a surf-hoard contest nnd outrigger canoe races at Walklkl in honor of my 700 passengers on oaclt cruise of the Arabic, to 'take pluco p tho afternoon of the flrhtvilav of in rival of each rrtilse, namely Jan.' 2.1rd and Feb. 12th. 1910. t want to doniito two'sllvqr cups for each cruise, makjng four cups In nil, to be engraved "Donation from F. C. cark to tho Cnnoo Club" and ditto td the Surf-Hoard Club, S, S. Arabic Cruls 1910." 1 think these four cups had bet- Her be made iu Honolulu, us Mr. Ford thought It would bo nice to have a picture of a man standing on tho Mirfboard nnd of a man In a canoe, and no doubt J oil can maKo theso just as well lri Honolulu. May I beg jou to advlqo me of tho approximate cosLso' I can sond you a check at once, nnd I shall beg joti upon re ceipt of same tq kindly order thu four cups and hnvo them displayed for several months In any window jou sco Dt In Honolulu. My cruises arc a grand success nnd will doubtless ho repented each year by the good S. S. Arabic. Yours sincerely, FRANK C CL.A11K. AMUSEMENTS. think they Corbctts. aro all latter-day Jim After tho big gamo a dinner wilt ho served to both teams. A prom I- BOXING 3 BIG MATCHES 3 Miller was sure that he could ctcr-'nrnt Chinese sportsman has announc nally fix Sulllvalt If he got tho 'cd his desire to banquet tho players chance. Miller 'was confident of hU and, win or lotc, both teams will en ow n powers, and ho had demonstrat joy tho spread. cd among his fellows that ho was That several games wtlllio plactl husky and could box. Hut the chant- l.ctwecn tho C. A. C. nnd the Chintso at the plon of tho soldier crowd went down In short order before Dick Sullivan, And It was not .strange; boxing was a sldo isstio with Miller; with Sulli van It was tho main thing. That Miller Is gamo Is evidenced by the way ho came back after :in- Ltber dosA. Realizing that, as jet, h must consider hlnikclf hopelessly Students' Alliance In tho near futuro In practically a certainty. Should the C. A. C. win tho com ing game, the Alllanco will want an other In order to settle tho cham pionship question. Should tho Alll anco win tho game, the C. A. C. Is 'likely to keep on challenging until the score has been evened up, or tho out of Sullivan's clnjis, ho announced sludonts have, gained n lend that his willingness to go tho usual route, there Is no hope of overcoming. He was matched with Sllvn. ' H K tt Cohen Is ready and willing to fix Washington's lllrthday game be- a match up for anjone that gives tween tho two teams, tnc ninictes piomlse of doing anything. A good will bo much- surprised, They are many preliminaries aro needed now staying up until all hourH of the lor (lio events mat are scnouuieu to ttigni, running uown tneir muecies tuko plate within tho next fow with strengthening loUons, nnd get weeks, and there should bo plenty of ting rcudy for tho great combat to chances. " . como. If one of the husky mlddlowolghts :zzZZZ; really wants to do something ho may' AMUSEMENTS. be matched with tho winner of tho Mlller-Sllva rnntest. The winner of that mill may hope, In duo time, Id ,et a chuncn with the winner of tho Sullivan-Peterson go. , , , , ,, ., . . . , . 2 I Wonderful Motion Pictures bring-1 That nniiow.imirgjn defeat which ln to view scenes from many lands tho Chinese Athletic Club received 5,nd embracing Comedy and Pathos, at tho hands of tho students' Alll- Tw? changes each week. i.ee last week rankles worse and MOndaV QW ThUrSdaV ! worse, tho more the losers think 11(0 , , . , matter over The Idea that they, dU-' The Bargees' Daugh er; The Gen-1 clples of the strenuous life, should darf;8 Hnf ! Diabolical Pick- bite .lust at the hands of the apos- Wi ! 5 for Tat; The ties of brain culture seems almost In- ? ?.wer .?.ir)' Kchoo; The Merry credible to each member of the team, j WJIQW Waltz traie. If n new story Is not told in the ARTTHEATER Orpheum Theater, SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 30. 1009. 15 Rounds Lightweight Champion ship Contest , Chas. Reilly vs. Frank Smith 4 Rounds Welterweight Contest EDDIE HINES vs. KID B0QUET Of San Francisco Of Honolulu 8 Rounds Middleweight Contest . FRANK MILLER vs. JOE SILVA Of Ft. Shatter Punchbowl Demon A GREAT CARD THAT PROMISES GREAT SPORT. 3 CLASSY EVENTS 3 Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick's Ci gar Store and Box' Office of Theater. I PRICES Stage Seats, $2.50; Or-, cnestra, $z; uress circle, $1.00; tarn lilv Circle, SI all reserved. Gallery Admission, 50s. THE Gem Theater HOTEL STREET Motion Pictures Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays ' ADMISSION 10c. and 20o. Children 5c. STODDARD DAYTON 7-Seated By Hour or Trip. G. C. Becldey, Jr. PHONE 109, BOWLING! Eft! B Ba is Whitney & Marsh, Ltd. We have just received several v. New Models -IN- 'Redfern9 & 'Warner1 Corsets N LIBERTY SATIN-siaUs Special value at 65c yd. NEW WHITE GOODS Rainier Beer The beer that has stood the test in every country. RAINIER is sold everywhere and is the choice of beer drinkers the world over. . ."" 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