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EVENINO UULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, DEC 8, 1910.
StebxingB ic ycles
5IW nra II ,i
80 Just Arrived
The "Built Like
a Watch" Kind
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STERLINO BICYCLES are exceedingly graceful in appearance
and substantial in construction. They arc made in one of the
largest and best equipped factories where for fourteen years the
one aim has been to combine style, running and wearing qual
ities with moderate price.. The quality which enters into these
bicycles is made possible onlv by the possession of this long ex
perience, unequalled manufacturing facilities and a great output.
STERLING MODEL A. PRICE $25.00
FRAME:. 22 inch.. Option 20, 24. Main tubes 1 inch seamless
jtecl. Flush Joints. Crank Bracket dropped 2 inches.
CROWN: Oval. Nickel plated.
FINISH: Black enamel, nickel trimmings. Option Sterling Green.
WHEELS: Nickeled spokes, double butted and swaged, 32 to
fron wheel, 36 to rear. Hubs, si ndlc pattern with ball re
taincrs. Wood rims enameled to match frame.
TIRES: New Oxford Single Tube or M. & W. Double Tube.
GEAR: 75, 24x9 sprockets.
CHAIN: 3-1G inch block, 1 inch pitch.
SADDLE: Wheeler No. 400.
HANDLEBARS 18 inch up curve reversible.
CRANKS: 7 irjch single piece, forged from selected stock.
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H.
as good as was ever made on a farm better than the aver
ngc sold here.
ASK FOR THE AUSTRALIAN.
Wc have some fresh fish. Ask for it.
SOLE, SALMON, TOM COD, ROCK COD, HADDOCK.
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
422 EEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1C07 ELITE BUILDING
Here Is Your Clothing Opportunity
To ml Jim iicipialiilnl with us ne mint jnu to mt our rxri'ptluuall) Ion prices mid high grade Clollilug,
Ihi'ii j mi Mill admit )ou hail- liner hccn uii)hlng lo ciiial lliciii.
'lluj are In (mi and tlim-plm-suits WOIISTKHS, CIIIIVIOTS, CASSIMIIIMIS, l'I,A.YW:i,S, FIIKXCM AI--P.U',1,
SIM, I' STItll'i: anil lll.ri: ,Si:itli:S. The latr-t 11)11 pallirns In slrlpi-s mid checks. '
DON'T MISS THIS!
Grueling Fight at Dock Where
Young Knocked Out Hip
pie in the Seventh.
The colored man piuvcd liis su
premacy last evening, when Demon
Young knocked out Kid Hippie ut
tlio naval wharf In tho seventh
roumi or wnai was scheduled us a
ten -round go. I
Roth men are from the lliirfulo,
and the boxing exhibition was given
at the end of an evening of vaude
ville put on by men from the naval
It was n grueling light from the
btart, and both men took terrible
punishment, going to tho mat sev-l
eral times, but alwajs coming up be
fore the toiint finished.
Up to tho third round tho tight
was Hippie's, but after that tho'
black man got tho best of it and
three nop, irate times he Ilooreil his
antagonist in the third with jolts to
tho jaw, and In the foutth the white
man went to the mat four times, but
was lighting Btrong ut the end of tho
In tho sixth again the white man
fought all around tho black, landing
on his Jaw time after time, but be.
lug unable to hurt the darky with
When the seventh opened, Young
went after lllpplo and twice knocked
him down with Jolts to the Jaw In
tho btcaks, but ea.h time the while
man came back. The knockout was
given with a left to the Jaw und
right swing over tho heart as llil
plo was going down, und although ho
tried to rite before tho end of tho
count, he was unahlo to do so.
Tho black man outclassed tho
white throughout tho fight, and the
only time ho went down during tho
struggle was In tho third round
when Hippie was rushing tho gamo
It was a good flghtt and no one
present could complain of a lack of
action from the start to tho finish
Tho men fought from tho time tho
bout began until Hipplo got tho
count In tho seventh.
An evening's entertainment of
more than ordinary merit was given
ut tho dock last night, artists from
tho Huffalo showing that they wcro
slngors und musicians bcsldcH being
fighting men. Music was furnished
by a stringed orchestra of two whlto
men and three ritlplnos.
A purso of nearly three hundred
dollars rained by tho men of tho Huf
falo was split between tho two prln
clpals In tho fight.
One week from Saturday GEORGE
B. HOWARD & CO. close season.
ONLY HREE MORE BILLS
Change of Program Tonight:
"WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES"
George -Howard as Jones
Matinee Saturday at 2:30 o'clock
Any Scat In the House, 25c
Evening Prices 25c, 35c, 50o
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M SPORT CAJ.ENDAR. II
II Tonight and Friday Night.
:t lingular Matches Ilclwcen Ilase- ft
tS hall Teams ut Y. M. C. A. flym. ti
tt Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 10, 11 SS
SS I'icslilcnt's Clojf Tournament
SS Oahu Country Club. Continues SS
II ocry fcccond Saturday and tt
tt i Sunday each month. tt
tS Saturday, Dec. 17. SS
tt Soccer Series Hawaiian Asso- St
SS elation Football League cum- SS
it indices. j:
SS Friday Dec. 23. SS
SS Fluid Meet ut Fort Shatter. SS
tt Dec. 24, 25, 26. tt
SS Airship Flight Moanalua by SS
SS Hud Mats. SS
tt Monday, Dee. 26. SS
SS Illg Fight at Asahl Theatro With SS
II Preliminary Ilouts. SS
SS Saturday, Dec. 31. S
SS Itncc Meet at llllo Special SS
SS Steamer from Honolulu Leaves SS
SS Friday Afternoon. SS
SS Airship Flight llllo, During SS
SS Itaco Meet. SS
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HAS BEEN SUCCESS
Arrangements for Bouts Dec,
26th All Fin'shed and
All arrangements have been tnado
for the 'fight which Is to runic off on
fthe '.evening of December 20, tho
threo bouts for the evening all be
ing drawing cards.
That the cQuru.iroao contest
will druw large numbers goes with
out Kuyluff, und the Asahl Theater,
where tlio go. Is to ho held, Is tho
best place In Honolulu for fight,
The stage there Is unusually largo
and moro than three hundred ring
Blilo beats can be placed advantage
ously, tho floor of the house and tho
gallery holding many hundreds more.
Preliminary events will bo good,
and those who did not' seo Ilaucr
Kocka and Fink light at I.ellehim a
fow wcckB ago have something Mim
ing to them In the way of u flue
Nigel Jackson is working hard to
make this venture a success, and It
Is his debut in the field of fight pro
moters In this city.
lie has arranged a curd that Is
tho best given hero for many months
and ho deserves tho support of the
fight fans, who should und will turn
out to seo Uieso scraps on tho even
ing after Christmas.
ss SS SS
Four Tonus Start Play Next
Week Series Ends
At a meeting lust night of tho of
ficers of tho soccer clubs in tho city.
held at Scottish Thistle Club, u
bchedulo of games was submitted by
tho committee recently appointed
and was adopted.
There, uro four teams in tho league
and tho games will start on Satur
day, December 17, tho last games
scheduled being on January 28.
The Bfhedulo as arranged Is:
December 17 High School vs.
Millies; iron Works s, l'unahou,
December 20 High School vs.
lion Works; Mailcs vs. l'unahou.
January 7 High School vb. l'u
nahou: Mnlles vs. Iron Works.
Janiiury 14 Iron Works vs. l'u
lialinu; High School vs. Millies.
January 21 Mailcs vb. l'unahou;
High School vs. Iron Works.
January 28 High School vs. l'u
nahou; Muiles vs. Iron Works.
SECOND PLAY AT
OAHU COUNTRY CLUB
Sjitiudjiy and Sunday .next tho
second 'play on the links of thq.Oalm
Country Oluh, In the Presldon'tjVcup
tournament, will take place, the first
in mir guuui
Scries After Championship at
Y. . M. C. A. Is
After the championship gamo he
twecn the Whites ami tho Dines Is
plncd, thcie will bo a scries of
threo games played at the Y. M. C.
A. between tho seniors and tho Ju
niors. Dr. Hand Is arranging tho
schedule, and there ought to be some
lively sport. Thcso games will show
whether tho seniors or the Juniors
are tho superior canned baseball ex
perts nt the Y. M. C. A. this jcar.
lloth teams nie strong aggrega
tions, und the two teams have been
pli-kVil with care. Honiiii and Lewis
will form tho battery for tho seniors,
while Mills and Klcnimc will form
tho Junior battery.
Tho penlois have got It on tho
Juniors In liuse-stcaling, but tho Ju
niors will make that' up In their
Following Is the lineup of both
Seniors C. Lewis, c; J, llonan,
p; C. Olllllund. lb; M. Dccolto, 2b;
.1. Clnrko, .lb; M. Ferrclra, 1 ss; O.
Dwlght, rss; P. O'Sulllvuii, rf; K.
Juniors j. Klcmmc, a; (1. Mills.
Pi L. Ilosa, lb; A. Bllva, 2b; N. Mn
gulre, 3b; K. Magulro, I ss; II. Ma
rino, rr; W. Itasemnn, rf; F, Ka
ma mi, If.
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play being lust mouth, at which John
Evuus mndc low score, with 83 to
Tho tournament Is on during tho
tlmo Walter Dillingham Is president,
the second Saturday und Sunday of
each mouth being tho days named,
and the player who has the lowest
B.-oro at the end of tlio tournament
wins tho cup.
(Management of Sam Kubcy.)
Hotel Street, Opposite Bethel,
Pauahi. Near Fort
Entire Change of Bill I
TONIGHT! - - - TONIGHT!
Every Item New
Vaudeville, Musical Comedy and
latest Motion Pictures.
Honolulu's Largest and Safest
ADMISSION '.,.,, 10c, 15c
Cream Pure Rye
E0VEJ0Y AND CO.
AI0HA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture,
ladies' Men's H-'and Children's
classes. Hours: a' m. to' 10 p. m.
and Pifvate InstructiAn. r '. '
They are tin product of tin- lirt.1 makers, lliv materials lire excellent, I lie tailoring faultless, the sljles
' pleasing lo the unlet and to (he riisliliiiiahle dressers.
It Is In the Interest of eier) man to participate In Hits great clothing etenU Plain lo mij, we glte uood,
solid, hmicht mine, and tiilue sticks out nil out our clolhliig.
Prlcex range from $&SI to ft! 1.30 mid uurlli from II) lo 5 per rent inure. Ilcfore liujlng mi) cluililng look
nun prices, n urn coin nice jmi or our
W. C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
Sole Agents MONT ROUGE WINES
MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE Phone 1704.
Hotel, Opposite Bethel
largest Motion-Picture Theater in
of San Francisco Presents the Clean
Will Malan, Jim Macgrath, Nellie
Dot Raymond, Singer and D.incor
MANY MOTION PICTURES
Scotch Dialect Singer
Corner Nnuanu and Pauahi Streets
WISE & MI1T0N
1ATEST MOTION PICTURES
Royal Academy of
Odd Fellows' Hail
Children's dancing class overy Fri
day afternoon lu Odd Fellows' Hull
ut oilld o'clovh. Private lessons by
appointment.,; I'limio 1747, .
MISS JIAZEI, IiUCKLAXD.
Intor-lslandVnd O. R. & L. shipping
books for sale nt tha Bulletin
nulrn t,fln oarh
great nmiiej siners.
. IMMENSE SUCCESS AT THE
At Aala Park
Performance Every Evening
Matinee Wednesday and Saturay
YOUTURKEY Tho Jnpunop Won
der, In Hie Marvelous Wlio Ait.
TATO & TATK-iComlo Entree.
THE MARVELOUS I1ENO Ameri
ca's d real est Equilibrist mid
Ilutanclng Trapeze Artist.
FRANK VOERO Tho German Ec-
centric Comedy Musical Artist.
Mil. 11H01U1E SETTLER and his
troupo of 18 Performing Dogs,
1 WEI.DON'S TROUPE OF ACRO
1IATS May, Hazel, Ida und
Charles In their Wonderful Af
TATO & TATE Two funny old
YOUTURKEY In his wonderful
"Slldo for Llfo" Act.
THE VAM.B TRIO High-class Mil-sl'-iil
Tho (Ircat SIKGRIST '& SIMION
TROUPE of ten people Tho
gieatest featuro of tho Haruum
& Ilalley Circus.
PROGRAM CHANGED NEXT WEEK
1 acific Jaloon'
KING AND NUUANU STRWiTS
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. II. Davlcs, Prop.
1DK RALE AT ALL BAM
Tort Street ne:u llerelanla, ifarrlsan
Ilulldliig, upp, .Iapaneie ('niiMiilale.
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