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EVBNINO BTILLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY. .JAN' 13, 1910.
Is the dny that everybody has a chance to ro to the bip
While you are there, do not forget to put in a little' time looking
over our display of I
u INCUBATORS, BROODERS, POULTRY FOODS AND SUNDRIES
We will have the CYPHERS INCUBATOR at work hatching out a.
lot, of eggs, and as it is under the immediate charge of Mother Henables
vou can figure on seeing some pretty fine chirks, though the late thun
derstorms and New Year's bombs may reduce the size of the hatch this
Keep the Poultry Show in mind don't fail to see it and also
keep in mind the fact that we havs CYPHERS' fine line of POULTRY
SUPPLIES in stock.
E. O. Hall & Son,Ltd.
If desired, we will deliver goods in .
PLAIN SEALED PACKAGES
By Special Messenger Service.
Without Extra Charge.
W. C. Peacook & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Furulttire and Pimp MoriiQ
We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands.
Qood furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is good.
Primo Beer with your meals.
It aids digestion, induces sleep, and quiets
tired, worn-out nerves.
The little alcohol is too slight to be con
sidered, except as it aids the4 digestive functions
and gives a slight stimulation.
One of the best things it does is i:o, flush
'the system. Water does not taste .sodCenough
you don't drink enough of it ; '.ttf; where
one of the virtues of Primo Beer
, , Ask your physician about it.
pointer for you.
for Health drink, a glass of
-W ffyllf iT : f'JP fk
ioq5uit ine uimwe
When you plan that nrettv
bungalow, don't forget that
the finishing touches are ef
fected mostly by jhandsomp
hardware on the doors, win-
Our stock provides an as
sortment, of very handsome
designs at a small cost. You
should select the hardware
yourself and not leave this
important matter to the con
tractor, whose taste may not
coincide with yours.
Lewers ft Cooke,
122 S. King Street
CALENDARS and LEATHER
for Groceries. Phone 76.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel St. Phone 218.
XMAS RED BERRY WREATHS
Youne Bid. Tel. 338
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.,
Yee Chan & Co.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel. .
If you are
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BY V, L.
In Sports Line
Now that the tennis excitement
hng all died out for n while, there
Ik very little doing In the sporting
line. The soccer men will play foot
hall next Saturday If the weather
permits, and It It) to be hoped that
the rain that la falling at present
clears off enough to allow of the
games being played.
There Is no baseball except for
some minor games, and even Mara
thon running Is quiet. It the pro
posed visit of llaes and another one
of the crack bunch of runners comes
off, there will bo much excitement
over the matter. Antone Knoo Is
ready nud willing to take on an) one
over .the long distance run, and It
trust be said for the old fellow that
he would make tho best of them go
sotiio to beat him. It Knoo was any
where close -t o one of the mainland
men at the finish, ha would certainly
Orient him In a sprint for the finish
The Italelwa race Is Quietly being
worked up. and there seems every
prospect of the event coming off.
That good sport Jack Scully Is nl-
wns ready to help In any way pos
sible, and that Is great encourage
ment to the men who are flguring on
getting up the race.
Ilnea, St. Yves and the other run
ners are having a rather chilly time
of It, as far as gate receipts go, nt
ptesent, and It would not take much
of ii guuf antec to secure a couple nt
the cracks for a race In Honolulu.
The big men ran In Vancouver u
shoit time back, and the attendance
was very poor. Here It would be
different, us, In Antone Knoo, we
huve u local champion who would hi
sure to do well against the mainland
I miners. All Hawaii would enden-o-.to
be present at a race In which
th "Walalua Horse" and Hn)esconu
peted; it would seem a good Idea for
some of the Honolulu promoters to
open up negotiations with one of the
Li,; guns nt the mainland.
Rolf Is plajed nioat of the time,
and at Ilalelwn' there will be bogle
competition next Sunday. The Coun
try Club and Moanalun links are al
ways busy, and ninny parties of play
ers go out to those favorite places.
With the exception of the Boccsr
for Saturday, and n wren sailing rue
on Sunday, there Is nothing doing In
the sporting line In tho city.
Fourth Will Be
Great On Maui
Walluku sports nro determined to
make their mco meeting on the
Fourth Ihn best ever held In these Is
lands, and all lho live ones of the Val
ley Island aru nlteady suggesting
uvents. and making preparations tin
produce a program that will not only
attract the horse owners from Oahu,
Kauai and Hawaii, but also encourage
a big excursion party to make the trip
From present appearances the horse
races at Walluku would seem to loom
up as the event of the )ear In these
Islands and, as the Maul people, aro
just tho best hosts) possible to meet,
tho bunch that makes tho trip frdni
Honolulu should hao a great time.
John O'Rourko has announced his
Intention of Bending a string of fee
gees over to Maul that w)ll win every
thing. That Is good news and as long
as he does win everything will bo
lovely; It Is whon John loses that the.
punnc uecomes annnyeu. wo one lines
to see O'Rourke lose, for most people
back his horses. '
Tho men t'n chargo of things at Wal
luku are all experienced In horse rac
ing and the course Is a good one. The
prlio money will be liberal enough for
anything and, with the best horses In
tho Territory competing, the races
should be splendid. Dickie Davis, tho
well known snort who put In some
cnrs on Maui, Is now settled In Ho
nolulu, but ho Is taking tho greatest
Interest In the Maul races. He will bo
sure to be on hand nl the meeting, and
his experience at tho game will be In
variable, to the officials of tho day J
Ail, Maul will congregate at the race
track and them will bo somo fine
yarns, swapped over the lemonade that
can bo obtained at the local hostels
they make an extra good brand thero.
,r.Tbo Puiinnnc- bojg will bo kitre to
turn out In forco lo tho races nnd tho
other plantation fellows will bo seen
strolling arounl tho saddling paddock.
The I'ourth will suro bo a great day
In Walluku this year, and the Honolu
lu contingent will enjoy tho (rip to
Man Is no lungur etnr In the i"l
of sex. Whothor ho has over really
been may be doubted. At nil events
tho enormous superiority of woman's
natiunl position lu this matter Is
Ing with greater and creator force.
According to a cable from Mel
bourne, Victoria, Stanley Ketchell Is
willing to go to Australia and box
Tommy Uurns. Of course. Stanley
Is willing; lie has to make money
somehow, and now that he has made
such a mess of things by fighting
outslda of his class, as he did when
he tackled Jack Johnson, he Is will
ing to hnve n go nt'llurns, who
should. It In 'condition, land another
one of his famous "lemons."
Ketchell, according to mainland
files, was Intent upon a trip to
Spain, and could thlhk of nothing
else. He, however, stated that he
would, after visiting the Dons, con
tinue his tour to the land of the
A contest, between Uurns and Ket
chell would draw like a world's
championship event "down under,"
and Ketchell, win or lose, should
draw down a big wad of money. The
men would meet at more even
weights than did Hums nnd John
son, and It should be a great scrap.
Tommy Uurns Is quite settled In
New South Wales, and he has ex
pressed his Intention of staying there
for the rest of his life. He Is in
terested In n theater which Is pa)
Ing well; in fact. It Is rumored that
ha takes more money at the theater
than he spends on his latest fad
hurxe rnclnc. If Tommy docs not
Inko care of hlnvielt on the rnce j
tracks ho will nnd nimsell losing
races 1) a nose a few times and, fl-.
nall, going broke on a real "cert"
that to steered by a boy who has dis
tinct Instructions to finish about
Hugh MelntoBh,(who, besides run
ning nearly'a hundred restaurants on
tho railroad system- of the Common
wealth, Is nlwnys promoting fights
or other sporting events, Is trying to
bring Ketchell and Hums together,
and he will hnve a shrewd man to
bargain with In,. the latter, who has
never been known to get the worst
end of u deal In ringside events.
Meanwhile. HJIljr. .Pnpkelsslmply
djlhg'to get it Ketchell and"tuke
the mlddlelwelght championship from
him. ,1'apke reckons that Ketchell
has gone the pace so much lately
that he never can recover his best
form again. Tue champion, how
ever, tins no Intention of boxing
I'apke at present, and It Is Spain
nnd Austialla for his.
4. Being Arranged
Now tint A H. F. hu refnrned to
Honolulu, the Outrigger Club and I '
fart, nil the unattached surfboard uud
ennoo enthusiasts, are getting busy
rWlth their stunts. A. II. F. stands for
Alexander Hume Ford, us everyone
knows, nnd ho Is feeling Just as much
at home as he did a couple nt eurs
ago when ho first tackled tho surf
Outside of Froeth. there wore no
surfboard experts till Ford started the
erase. Now all sizes and descriptions
of toys can come flying In on their
boards on thch feet or heads as they
feel Inclined. Girls also have mast
ered the art, but most of them nro
content with keeping their pedal ex
tremities on the supporting board.
The Outrigger Club will soon bo
provided with a fine bathing house.
and the members will then be able to
dress In comfort nnd have plenty 'of
Work will be started on the
building In the near future, and the
energetic Ford will be sine to bo pn
hand to watch tho "dirt fly." ,
I)y tho tlmo the Clark bunch of
tourists arrive, the program of aquat
ic s)orts that Is being arranged for
their edification will bo all made up,
and tho visitors will see some stunts
that they have not seen In any of their
travels so far.
Local and Coast
the recent automobiik pbnV
n was. In mnny respects, the
'Greatest ever held nniwhnro In Ihn
Opinion of Wulter C, WbUa trldnd
vice-president of the White .Com
pany,' who rcturnod a few duys ngu
from .his annual visit to the foreign
office. of his compnny,
"Inasmuch us 1'urls and llerlln did
not hold shows this winter," said
Mr. White, "the London show In
OI niphi l'alnrt) had no competition
as the gieut International exhibit of
tho leudlng iniikes nt the world. More
nutoinulilles vveie shown iu Olympla
than have evor bcfoie been brought
togcthei In a single exhibition. To
1 l0 apeclllc, In hist month's Loudon
"how there were S9T complete cars,
tell-11""' chassis against G75 at the 1908
''' ahuwr 11 ml am -at the last Chi
Mrs. Bruce M'V. Mackall
Mrs. Gra.ce S. Bannerman
Miss Margaret E. Clarke
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1010
" AT 8:15 P.v,M.
TICKETS on Sale at TUrerttrnm
cago show. In past jenrs, some or
the Continental makers have not ex
hibited their products nt London,
and, on the other hand, some of the
Kngllsh makers hnve not taken their
machines over to Paris, with the re
sult thnt one really had to see both
shows In order to sec ever) thing.
This jcar, at Olvinplii, tho world's
greatest cars wcie all shown 011 one
Moor under one roof, nnd unemialrd
opportunities were afforded the crit-
leal visitor to study the latest ten
dencies In motor car construction.
"The car of moderate size, moder
ate power and moderate price was
supreme. It Is iiaiilly an exuggeiu-
uort to say that the leading car or
every exhibitor wus of that tpe. .As
regards details of construction, there
was, of course, the widest possible
divergence, just ns there Is at any
show, owing to the- fnct that differ
ent, makers viand iat nt different
points along the path of progress.
Hut as soon astbi visitor to Oljni-,
I'm iiiuiiru ma siuuy oni) 10 me ears
of world-wide reputation which hno
from jcur to eur pinctlcully set the
pace in design, the resemblance, was
so startling us to demonstrate tbaj.
the Icidlny designers. In their striv
ing for tho Ideul car, hmo nil beon
led by the logic of the sltuntlon In
ward a certuln standard.
t "Tho block engine construction
the casting of the four cllndcrs I iv
one piece has been adopted by ever
foreign maker who lias brought out
a newly-designed uir In tho Inst two
years, nnd the same applies to the
long-stroke. engine, as tho advantages
of these features have been thor
oughly demonstrated. With tho
adoption of (he block engine, there
Is a well-dell tied tendcnc) to sim
plify the engine by reducing the
amount of piping, wiring nnd other
outside appurttuinnres. Those mak
ers who have' made the most prog
ress' along Iheso lines hnve eliminat
ed all external manifolds nild have
Included the Intake nnd exhaust pas
sages within the engine casting. y
Hits mnstrti'tlon, they hnve gained
tho furthei Important ndvantage or
heating nUe intnke gnses and wuter
oollng the exhaust gases, thus mak
ing 11 g.enl stride forward In econ
omy of fuel, besides Increasing the
amount of power obtainable from a
cjllndor of a given size. As re
gards Ignition, the majority of the
leading makers depend entirely upon
the magneto. Another feature which
has become 'practically standard con
struction Is the use of a four-speed
transmission In the high-grade car
of moderate power.
"It was naturally n source of much
gratification to me thnt our new gns
ollne car was ranked with the five
or six leading foreign makes ns be
ing of the most advanced design und
thnt our steam car Is malntrlnlnr
Its position as one of the most pop
ular cars In Knglnnd.
"Tho Kngllsh Industry Is recover
ing from the depression of a year or
two ago and litis settled down to 11
stable basis. visited a number or
the EnglUh factories and found thnt
most of the well-established makers
were prospering, hut there tins been
a great weeding out of' the concerns
which were launched during the
boom times without adetjnato re
sources to do business and to look
after their customers except In boom
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
draws the pain and Inflammation from
beestings and Insect bites. Soothes
and nllnjs tho awful Itching of mos.
qnlto bites. 25c, SBc and 50c bottles.
Messis. Illrdscjc and Martin,
ijilefs, respectively, of tho topo
graphic nnd hjdrogriiphlc surveys on
this Island, took an auto for Kealli
jesterdny fur the purpose of looking
over tho ground lu preparation for
ttiu urilviil of the main urey party
noxt week, which will begin one sec
tion of Its work theie. The) return
ed this afternoon In time to tnko
the Kluatt for Honolulu, On Thin'
dny they rodo to the uppor side of
Kllohiuin ctuter, which will be ono
of the principal surtey stations on
this side of the Island, and trncrsel
the pole I. Ine Trull of u mile or so,
lo the uorlliwnid. anrden Island.
B"r-or Rtnt" carda on aala at
hs Bulletin ortlct.
BY THE HAWAIIAN POULTRY
With Educational Exhibits by the
Hawaii Experiment Station and the
Bureau of Agriculture and Forestry,
IN THE NATIONAL OUARD
Jan-12, 13, 14 ft. 15
DAY AND EVENING
Admission 25 Cents
Children under 12 years.. .10 Cents
Season tickets $.00
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUJE
Mabelle Biggart, b.a.
Of New York City
"THE SUNSHINE PREACHER"
More widely-known as "Dinnh the
Preacher." will present her own In
terpretative Dramatization of '
TUESDAY1. JANUARY 18, 8:15
' Part of proceeds to Central Com
mittee. Anti-Tuberculosis Fund.
TICKETS on Sale at Berestrom
juuaiu aiuic. j
PRICES. SI. 75c. COc. Balconv U
Tickets to btudcuts, special rates, !
Fort Street Below BeretanU
The Wonders oh pM
"The Greatest Scenic Picture Ever Jm?A
Views of Twin Falls and Shoshone '!)
MISS VICTORIA ORVILLE, Vocalist Jfij
MR. WALTER STANTON, -?g&
Prices 5, 10, 15 and 25 Cents' j
Cor. Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets. 'M
Introducing New Pleasing Specialties ,""
onrt rnm.H. &aI r -V
.. , "v" Y,
The Popular Soubrette
NO INCREASE IN PBICES
THE BEST MOVING PICTURES
IN THE '
The Two Pigeons
An Arabian Pilgrimage
Prices as usual.
10, 15 and 25c. Children 5c.
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open evrry night except Monday
ana inursuav. H
Uoort Miitin hv Knu'niiaii nii Plnh
j Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission iuc. Ladies Free.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop'