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BVBNTNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY. DEC. 9, 1909.
j ; i . : r ... i I 3 J . i N gaSSSSBT. LiiiiiiiiiMLiiiaLifliiiiViaiiiiis. The Aermoter The best known and the best made mill in the West. When you want a mill that will run easy and last long, buy an Acrmotor, Mills and parts carried in stock E. 0. HALL HONOLULU WIRE BED COS SALE OF DELTOX GRASS RUGS Will' be continued until CHRISTMAS. There are not a great many left, and at the price will never be duplicated. AMERICAN goods make good seasonable presents for AMERICAN PEOPLE. KAPIOLANI BLOCK. Union -Pacific Transfer Co., Ltd. Fuwitnre and Piano Moting. FAMILY TRADE If desired, we will delirer goods in PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES ' By Snecial Messenger Service. Without Extra Charge. W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd. The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors. Order for the Holidays a case of PR1MO 13EER, so that when friends drop in for the evening you can quickly provide some dainty refresh mejrat. A Welsh rarebit arc just right-with a every home. ' IV and for tale by ' & SON, Ltd. "9S"Pff ALAKEA & KINO STS. BOB Shipping torag Wood Packing Coot . - 58 and salt crackers; or cold glass of beer, ' and ' I Order direct from the Brewery if you wish, or from your' dealer, ivlf" from the latter be sure to specify ' . SPORTS !. Lal ml BY T, L. STEVENSON. Saints-J. A. C. Game Is Held Up I onro m : tho sito muii v' iTHfn.i. tlim Is bIiuwIiik Hi urI Ik'.uI to the tmlillc. A championship bniulrill Knm: Ik being nnpnged between thn HI. l.ouls nnd J. A. C. nines, but now thcio In said to lo plllkia about tho ix. - rcei.t - age or Kate money that Is to be divided among the p1ncrs and tho owned of the ground. This Is tho sort of thin-? 'hat makes a man tired! If ihe pbyors traveled under their true colors as jiiufuM jn nls, nothing could be an-1 ulumi thi hi.itter. Hut the funny part Is that nl1 I ho bunch Imagine that tVy cio Illy white amateurs. The public wants to see the best "Dig" League team up osnln.it the oot Oahu league nine, and anyone would have thought that there was ennitg." sportsmanship In the two leagues to make tho men get out and play all for all they are worth. Irrespective of rnjmcnt for their services. However, It is the platers own fun eral, and they had better look to It that the same fate that overtook thn "Big" I.oaue does not finish them off. A scries of games between the J. A. C s .and Saints would bo a thing of joy, but It the gate money proposition Is cropping up everything will bo spoiled. It Is said that the Athletic Park own ers want at least twenty-five per cent of the receipts, and considering that they have mado It possible for the Jun iors to have any such thing as gate money, the amount Is very reasonable. When the teams used to play at Aala Park there was no revenue to speak of, as only a few chairs could lie charged for. Still tho gnmes were Just as exciting as any played on the new diamond. It seems that as soon as tho gate money proposition Is brought In, trouble begins to brow. Let us hope thet tho Saints J. A. C. game comes off, and that all the gato monoy tnlk will be some time. In the future dropped In Hawaii. Is It not possible to have really amateur sport In this Territory? It is In other places, that sport of all sort thrives all tho year round. Instead of being only flashes In the pan. The French minister of marine has recommended the) construction of 19 bnttleshlps. The estate of Lucky Daldwln Is found to be far bolow the popular estimate put on It by the public. some sandwiches should be served in Natioaal Some Melbourne Gup News And Stories I " ' Twenty-nix horses started In tho Melbourne cu race on November 'i. nnd the odds (Inured against them by bookmakers ranged from 4 to 1 to 200 to 1. The first-named price 1 was laid against the favorite, Prince 'Foote, and, as he won easily by threo lengths, a lnrge amount of icash must hare found Its way Into the pockets of the public, Aberdeen, against whom odds of 100 to 1 were laid, finished In third place, being only a head behind the second horse, Alawa. The race was, of course, run In Melbourne, the capital of the state of Victoria. It would be as sensi ble to Btate that "the New York races were run In San Francisco" as to make the break the morning pa per did today. The Melbourne cup Is known alt over the world, and Is the medium of more betting than any other race on earth. Hugh "consultations," I. e.. lotteries, are gotten up on the race, and as generally Ave are being con ducted at once, the amount of money to be divided among the for tunate holders of Prince Foote, Ala wa and Aberdeen In the consulta tions Is considerable to say the leak of It. Last )enr the first prize of $160, 000 went to four Japanese pearl div ers at Thursday Island, and they Im mediately packed up their belong ings and left for home. , Four years ago two working min ers nt Newcastle drew the winning noise, nnd, as they had promised the owner of the gee gee that he would get 150.000 It his rorse won, they only had (100,000 to draw for themselves. Ttjnt amount was suf ficient, however, to fix both the coal diggers.; one of them was dead from the Jlm-Jams 'within nine months. and the other was at the latest, still posing as the Queen of Sheba-at the largest Insane asylum In Australia.- On the other hand, many a man who seemed doomed to work all bis life for small pay, has purchased a ticket In the sweep nnd has struck It rich. ' Twenty jears ago u young Ameri can struck Sdney, and after a while got a Job In a drug store as dispenser. His .wages were small, and although he had Ideas of how a drug store should be run, there seemed to be no chance of his ever being allowed to show what he know. , He Invested 5 In one of Tatter sail's sweeps on the Melbourne cup, end 'drew first horse. Today If nn Ameilcan strolls up Pitt street, Sydney, he will suddenly pull up with a snort of surprise when he sees a typical "Vankeo" drug store complete even to soda fountain. Hut the strangest story of all In connection with a Melbourne cup sweep Is that of "the young1 bank teller In a country branch who had been dipping Into the bank's funds till there seemed no chance of his ever getting square. The Inspector was due at the )oung fcllow'sofflce at any moment, and there was no chance of hiding the embezzlement from that expert. Ihe only hope the young fellow had was that a ticket he had purchased In the cup sweep would turn out to be a winner and that the Inspector would not .arrive before Nov. 3 the day after the cup race. Well, It was & close call, for the bank clerk's ticket represented n horse that won the race, and the news, which reached him by tele' I graph, was being celebrated at a lo tal pub when the Inspector arrived l In the town. Here was a nice state ,of affairs. The. winning horse prize money could njt reach the bank I cleric till the next day at the earll I est, and the Inspector would surely count the bank's cash first thing In the morning. There was only ono thing to do, and that was to take some man Into his confidence and try and borrow the cash. Ho did so, squared the hank's cash and for the rest ot his life was hounded by the man he borrowed tho money from, till one morning he shot his persecutor and then -spread his own brains along Ihe sidewalk. I - nun Healani Boat Glub 1 Cn'na Ahrad Fast- 1 Things look much bilgbtur for tho Healani Uoat Club, and tho two rival factious have como to somu kind of understanding with regards to the books and tewrul other matters. The men thut bitiku .(way frum the club are talklpg of (mining an orguu Izatlon of their own! 'and it may bo that something nlomcthut line' will bo done In the licnr future. Thcio nro uullo n number of cxincinbcrs. known us tho Diamond Head bunch, who mo Htm on the rowing game, nnd there arc some real live- ones In their ranks. In the meantime tho Healani Club Is fast getting Into Its stride as a fresh ly revived Institution, and Judging from the progress already made, the old club Is going to be stronger than oer. A fresh batch of members has Joined the club and eight more'nra now down for election. Tho Ladles' auxiliary Is well nn tho way to be launched as a going concern and several alterations have been made nt tho club house to accommodate the fair members. Within a short tlmo two slx-nar bargos will be added to the Healani fleet, nnd then things will begin to boom In earnest. Rowing was dying fast In this city and tho annual compe titions between tho Myrtle nnd Healani clubs were almost a Joko. Things, however, will bo very dif ferent In tho future and tho Healani revival will givo most people a big surprise, end tho crews that will turn out to repreccnt the Hcalanls will stand a good chance of defeating their redoubtable opponents. With tho M)rtlcs, Hcalanls and pos sibly a third club, competing In the annual regatta, some, fine racing should bo Been and the events would be so open that It would be a hard Job lo pick a winner In advance. a a a Hilo Horse Races Promise Well Now that the Inter-Island peopln hate decided to run an excursion to Hlld nt Ihe New Year, all tho fellows. and girls who made the Fourth ot July trip are putting on their thinking caps and wondering If they can manage to go on tho Mauna Kea. The Volcano Is very active Just now, and the cold snap that wilt be encount ered at tho Volcano House, Is Just what a man wants to brace him up tor the coming year . llllo hoi so races, although a lot to the bad on the Fourth, look promising for Now Year's Day. The offalrs aru In charge of capable straight men. and an enjoyable day'a sport should be on tap. And then In the evening the big ball will be given at the llllo Hotel, and the dance should bo an event to remember for jcars. All tho plantation men and their wives will be In for the hop and the ball will be a fit ting wlndup to the day of sport. ' Tho Mauna Kea will leao Honolulu ' en Friday afternoon, and should reach Kilo on Saturday morning. All those who wish to do so' can take the-train to the volcano, and the. rest of the t-iinrh can wander over to the ace track. After the races are pau everyone will iriake for Demosthenes, and then the usual llllo reunion will take place. Men from one end of the big Island to tho other will be seen side by side dis cussing the races and also something wet. Hilo does Itself proud 'around about the Fourth and tho New Year, and tho approaching holiday promises to bo observed In tho same old way, Tho Mnuna Kea will start on the return trip on Sundny afternoon, nnd all tin' Honolulu contingent should be landed lack In thlii 'city early on Monday morning. Ill Some Davis Gup News And Remarks For a week br so before the Pnv.t. Cup was plnjed for in Sydney, It was doubtful If Norman I) rooks would be eble to take part in tho great event. It appears that Brooks was suffering from toncllltls and was In the hands ot his doctor right up to the time he left Melbourne 'for Sydney. It was then thought that Dunlop. wno is piayinB in excellent form, would partner Wilding In the match fcKainst tno American representatives. However, as the cable has already In- formed ub, Drooks did play In tho Buy A '$? 1 W E HAVE the any house. We have imported a specially large stock for the large Holiday trade we have in them every year. We have a fine assortment ot BLUE and WHITE JAPANESE COT TON BUGS. PRICES VERY LOW. 177 S. King Street, W M -JV 'K W M TC-B AMUSEMENTS. Honolulu Athletic Park No Baieball Sunday. WATCH FOR BIO DOINGS LATER. NOVELTY THEATER Cor. Nunanu and Pounohi Streets. "HAPPY JACK WALKER," fun- nv. eccentnc comedian, and "Miss JEANNETE COOPER." Three Changes a Week. Monday, Wedneidav and Friday. Vaudeville Monday and Tuesday. FATHER AND THE UNKNOWN CHILD Wednesday and Thursday F00LINQ THE FOOLISH Friday and Saturday THE INSANE WARD Prices Children, 5 cents; Adults, 10 and IS cents. ARTTHEATER THE BEST MOVING PICTURES IN THE ISLANDS THE RECKONING Prices as usual. 10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c. Park Theater Fort Street Below Beretanla Moving Pictures AND Vaudeville -Changes MONDAY, -WXBKUSAY . ' AND FRIDAY NEW DANCE HALL Kukui St., near Nuuanu. Open every niaht except Monday and Thursday. Good Music by Kawaihau Glee Club. excellent floor arrangement. Admission 10c. Ladies Free. ACME GLEE CLUB y Music Furnished for All Occasions. Rates Very Low. Alakea Bldg., Alakea and King sts. Steinway AND OTHER PIANOS. Thayer Piano Co. 156 Hotel St. Phone 718. TUNING GUARANTEED. world championship came and won out, too. All the Australian papers speak blK'lily of LonK and McLaughlin, nl- thoiiRh renllilnir that tho tialr aro erv vOUni and lnexuorloneod. The Amnrl- cans were considered to be Just the sort of players who would put up u Brcat flsht on tho courtB, nnd So It turned out In tho doubles, according to the cable rejiortB revolted here. 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Ring up 197. Holiday Novelties MRS. J. ROSENBERG Young Bldg. N. M. WEDA W POLISH. VARNISH UTIPATTI . and buy, all kinds of furniture , Beds. Bureaus. Desks. Chairs, etc. t Rcr cf Hawaiian Opera House, - " Milinani St. David A. DowsefX INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE. LOANS. 203 Judd Building. Phone 659. CITY MAUSOLEUM Come and learn D&iticulan at rOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO. fieretania St., 0pp. Sachs'. BULGING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. py.AI.fRS IN LUMBUL ALLEN A tuees Street :: ROBINSON. : : : : Honolulu. Ice Delivered to residences and offices at 25c act hundred in 10-lb. lots tr more. W. O. BAFtNHART, US Merchant tt , let 14J. LATEST MILLINERY . New styles being shown. MISS POWER. Boston Bldg. Fort Street. China. These floor coverings in Ltd. Near Alakea, KW'Km'jvm'jvm'JVWTe HrinKJI Y2 f .t :s ffA "'$ 1 tUiujkM Zls.Jii -jL,