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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPT. 14, 1912.'
Saturd&yr Sept;' 21 1912
ri nvnukULUi nAnoUn
Commencing at 9;S0 Al M.
4 oars. Prize,
Senior toar " sliding: seat barge.
; 1st "prize; 2S trophy; 2nd, 5151.
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Six-paddle canoe (championship). L.
Istf'pdze. zo; 2nd! 115; tro-ji-
1st, prize, $25 trophy; 2nd, $15
Six-paddle canoe for 'boys. Prize,-
Senior pair-oar boats; sliding
seats. Prize, $15 trophy.
Junior C-oar slldingseat barge.
1st prize, $25 trophy; 2nd, $15
Four-paddle canoe; modern. 1st
prizey $16; 2nd, $S; , trophJea.
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11. Four-paddre'cknoe. ,ftf 'fjrtie, $15
i Homn i'ni' T f. iW taetits.and Setter of burnished metaL
in,! tL Behind the first troop rode a second,
. prize, $10 trophy ; 2nd, $5 . tro- aQd another and another,
13. Sal ing race to pearls ;tJt prize. leidiiig. troop checked to the
-olf, t??7! A iValir andfthedusl,cloud settled an4
14. Sailing raje-tor canoes 1st prize, djaappeadajr th'Column caenti
-Lk terd.grounft.atrt .Tiiigthe WaJ
! cF v-u . u rx , V ( alua. plantatioiy store, to th shril
pnze, na, au; uIwies.K, oh hundred? Jananese
rower sampan; irom w w n. .mett,' Jromeft aiiC Clllldren.nn68tly1
"- t 'cm wren, wno ctowqm to tne roao
duimoTi TMdciie A Lesson
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. , By., LAURENCE REDINGTON;
A solid wall : of. dust reared itself
between the glistening rows "of 'cane,
and then" feathered off orer the fleM
on thtr wings off an Indolent' brefcteC
Out from. !Mhd?!th-grayvrrtaia
jlAied tRt-of mea and'tfmtirte, lackv
jing lhfevproVef blarclteh of ,ecotrteri'
Power : sampan;, um
1st .prize, $10J 2nd,
Kaces-openTlo aft. No entry"fee
AH rowing races to be governed by.
ttt& ratfn? rules :,of' tli 'IawaiHn
! Jawing .iAPsbcTalloiiJ-' -' V
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of! the4boit,''6r Ifjt hasV none,': the
:nme oTtheVrsoa Vhyefiters iC -'
There mustt)e at least three boats
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day, September" lK at the Hawaiian
Ntws Co.,Aleiiii&er Y0RS boildrnt
aiil will close' Thursday, September!
1?; at 6 p.'m:
for'ii moment,' nwrerr.wS' Oriental
curiosity aroused, for marthihg men,
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negatta c:on;miuee:i J.. u,
Sf retarft1 !
on Mhe westerii; end of Oahu.f AlSd
therehy:hanits this tale. - i
' 'Al ScKofieW'' Barracks, ; ; pfejited 'ota
tllTS!ili3d;f LeileKua,ar nearry
300aVofiUncl Sam bays J fa khaki.
86onftK$ 'garriddn VHfrnhftberi 10,OW),
anjret', white" Honolulu khdws Mnr
Varue way. that there are many t eol-
'dlers ti'vTe and'more. cbmethe coa
" stant reminder of r me ttiarchlng ta
fTW ottlyta t districts get many, 'ja
!feHt6f cavalry lfefiryvandJLrtU ler
;f6f:ne arni of the serylceor another;
in-tyarfottsti oftlts bf organization. )s
nearly-always on practice -mSrch -6Y
maheurer ouf aide' the .limits of Ihe "-big
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.The pbJrurufehihC. '"''4 &xfciUinick'
v V. bit
; v; CJpa Jps;TOyf luioir tAagJg C hamade bal-gU7,a. pleaa. .
i : 3v5aaott. sake to try K ClkuUrig,
: . A PowdleasToiicei -Guaranteed! tufe under all Dure 'fo6d;
.' 1 - , r v t plfcased. llt.wan 'solve vouf - l&Ee-div. twoblems J i'2T.
W- asiifnu& mita sent' frt
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raw. it tadty,
It;Is-on les,e practice marthes that
.the' Tear oldferMs jnade.'-. In garrison
he learnsMo tlrt li; and saoot. and ride
I bur Inr-the field" be? getsfthe solid sol
'(dlrfnfr7drrreflr'ln i by actual " experK
lewee. H"learn to take care of hirae
seirriwrt'hU'hne, it'heis of the
imoilntedf serried- lftiels a foot so
Idler hleartto'takecair of his feet;
'wtitclraf- ttre-'etrd or a"nohg lilke are
about the most . painful reminders of
lack of the proper precautions that
can be imagined. ! '
In the summer and fall r the-vart-4ouav.
organizations att.Schgfield go on
practice marches off four" to six days;
duratio'nCr'ilrBt by tfdopcdmpany or
baXtery thVn by squadron1 of battalion;
and last by regiment':. This year th
season of, field Instruction is to clos
witfi a ten-day. maneuver campaigns,
tn' which all . troops on Oahu will eiv
4gatre;y bntth wiffnor coteV' nntil
lato." Iflr'petober and1" at' present' the
practice' marches are going1 merrtty
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Tuesday 46 Frfda? of thU ?weelt In-!
cluslvev- the' thirds squadron s of- the
4Fifth CaTalry, was out on Its squadron
.marcn, ana lor pan oruie nine in uie
field" the8 writer accompanied thecom-
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P I T 1 1 nrur Vj i m.'ir Ann. 4 m; 1 m nt 1 tr
Two snapshot;! taken - on tbe-'.praetice march of th&-third' squadron 1 of the
-fl Fifth Cavalry 'last wdek ahowfmenr and horses- enjoying the unusual
luxury, of a;'"sea bath.' The. other)icture'was fakeri fen mlhutes'afte'b
the A conimantl t halted!'atWatmea,' and shbwS'WttW.what despatch thd cJiv
airymcn can. pitch" theif tente and make a comfortable camp. r
;piece? and- told me all about practice
? "Theyre all right, these, marches,"
said; the: O S?-"They teach the- re
cruits lot tnatt they think they: know
butd6nt; ahdUhey break the routine
of rpostflife. tor 'everybody."1 About half
the men4 lir' nqr- troop-had- never been
ivu- I we inra iir iny-xrwp-naa ; never" oeea
mantis - Looking at j the march from j ,, fKifli'f4i-iirf
t?if hrnaapf ansta' if waii farmora im. 'Wt ln the'fleldfUtttll the troop pra
?.!.r!n?!' !5S!J2! m.?I!JS. tice march ; thJitr'came-before,. tMs:
They were gre.aa.grass,biitIfrthe
-non - corns- juxnpi them -hafd enough4;
and' they keep" their eyeatoptnther
soon learn : hq?4 to: take; car 6 of -them
selves andjtheirthorseaajid net mefke
nntsancea' of ; Utemselves. . . -
f . 'Tunny, ; butr- you ' don't 'hear much
kleklhg from - anyr- one ov these
marchesl' Ni-matter hew. inuch dust
a man a wallows, or how tiredi he.1 gets
slttingUn the" saddle chen its botf he
likes- gettlhg-.awayv frbmv; the pest.
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presslve than any- reviews, tinspec-
.tions on. drills that one might see at
' SchMeld: Barracks, fof it showed the
'bed 'rock side' of soldiering;, the mob-
illty oMroopa Wltllout the excitement
ol'feaJl warfaW'tO 'set: the miles at
AlsqQ It: shvwwfl yonr 8lashlng,'d2sb
txk caralryman in a new - light. It
showed1 Mm-1 Hght-hearted a1 a school-
boy. at'rgetting aways front' garrison
roottnefs teody 4 to tnake' play out4, of
work: . and at the same time self - rell-
eot ;andf5otentfron Teve81e to-taper
1 If yo ;want - to 'get-' at the-meat :: of
miutaty. consult a . service
scarred I old sergeanU . The-' cam ml s-
with ; the menV point of view, and
the younsr' private Ivery apt to ne -a
bundtev r egoUs&T: and 1;lntollerence
But th-old r sergeant-sees'.1 the life
fnwiVfaU.anglea),:wi.ls apt to. nave a
pretty keen lnslgLt- into , uungs,: noi
ail-they. "oughta4to-bV'.bot; as : they; are.
Tuesday nJghr the squadron marcn-
ed front, Lellehuat6 -Mokulela; which
Is- three stations' westt)f Haleiwa, on
the sea 'shore.' Trbops'l K t and M
had" their. pupT tents pitched, 'their
picket Une4 SetUed, Ofe oflcert'and
cook tents ' up;, iond ; a: generally: model
camp laid ouflong Before sundown,
and; lnt plenty-of. time-- ta allow', ihe
men fthe.' luxuf y , 'of- a dip Itt the 'urf
t& washf away th'e stains' of 'traYeL' 7
Itrwka theremat'l sdnght otrt the
Old? Serfeeant (he gets? his1, name in
caps-ndw that he has become' a; coni
crete-Personage) Vvwhb; seated? on4 a
1i.' '--A JMWUit '' a-rhHx MkA- ttirfl " ftf
mosanlw anoffliiating smoxe; jirom-ai can a r.,u"u,-v'"'j"76; "
short brier pipelth Vcritcked' mdnthi I rthey enlist; ' Thejf jget, tover; this in
all.' SchofleU.M'OUld'te all: right if it
wasneaf- theocoan.bctl nerJwe;are
in thVinidnesbf' an. island te"the-mld-:dlof
then PacifttoV Ocean, . with y no
chanc of getting a. swim t unless e
come'- on Bome march t like- this ?to the
coast The.hbrsea:? lite'-' ' the swim
mine " too. Tomorrow at. Walmea
jyotfllsee ' them- get- their- turn at a
Array, la- ChaTTfled. ' "
't'l ."The- army, jsn't r like, It .used to be;
by" a- long wayai.r "Bef ore' thet Spanish
waV; it v was ; made ? up . ofprofesatottal
soldiers, and mighty good Jories''th'ey
were" too. Then; after- the-- warnnere
were a certain proportibnt brtlie Vol
unteers who liked the "life Aandr; de
cfdd to stay in Tfeey-VereNi, ngood
lot- of men too but most of them by
this, time arc-te' the' PhilfpptneeV get
ting their double time : to helpY them
aioAtr toward r- retirement.: At least.
that's what they, were tloliiimtll'Coa-
gres cut thevdoublerhne 'OffrNow
most of the recruitarweget are-eiw
er-boys fromxthe.faxm, oircity. young--
sters. who've . got tne iaea tnai mey
short order; bvt they tgetr some- rude
shocks doing It- ;The cavalry recruits
'get 3T days Instruction before they're
sent out to'.nsj but they? 'dd&'C really
begin to know, the game" htll they
get ot in the field, like this. Sol
,diering is at good, gamei; but' ltr6 'got
to- be played according to the rules.
,Ii don't know- what's;golng:td happen
;to the army? no wf that they've got'thla
seven, year enlistment . -Personally
(think we'd lave got; better, menlf the
. actit e term had been cut to two years,
instead of raised to" four,-with the re-
.serve 'time at three "years
Horsee H ave swim: :
rf WednesdtiyV tlje ; squadirmarchedj
to . walmea.- where the- men . swam
. their berses-'-ustt, aav myy friend, the
, 0 S. said and a the n&pshota -which
. I i made-" prove. 'This, A or .the enlisted
men4 of" the ; command,,; and. probably
for? the horses tf-their opinion could
) the whole: march Thursday atwen
J tynile-awlng to Kahuku and return.
and Friday.1the-' long marcn nacK to
Lietienuav, compmeoui'' pratutc.
The sqHisldron'. was;-commanded on
the' raarchfby Captain Hall, of M
troop1 wboi"is-ther senloYi in'. ther ab
sence' off ! Maier ' McCkure. - Captain
Halght and-1 troop,- K- waa-command-
edrby'XletenChTtsty, L by, Cap
talhidixbn, while Lieutenant Hahson
waa- second in Command of M troop.
and: found' timevtoactvasa yery re
sourceful and efficient 'commissary of
ficer: v. By " this lif ft? is to be-seen
that tKe-FMftbris very shoit'on offlcers.
;Hnrp afi another scarcity raenof
' every rtroopf; thet "soxatlron- having
fA htratt at' home . because there
' weren't endugW mounts to go round
, Whistling,, according to some ThysL
'iansr win do . a great "deal toward
Waking the person robust and' strbngl
' " A not water bath . In' which has been
dissolved abbutrtyrd ounces of ! coarse
salt' will cure tlred7 swollen feet
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la.. a. . i . DAL!Avttf hfln o
fineraliy Predfcteq ;v Roosevelt v theys are nov going to mit the id or
1 Will Be EasyV7innerior
ganlzatldn just to be' with-Rodseyelt'
Governor Wilson, cannot- escape
election, the Democrats argue; if he
were to try. The Republicans , li4vo
put down-the gap and . Wllsbn.' is g6J
In&r toward It.
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iV MILLINER 1 a
.NUUANTJ' STREET . ABOVE' KING
ISpMslalrSterBiaUettn : Correspondence
WASHINGTON Dj-rG..' Sent 1. The regular. Republicans hive the
President 'Tatt political, frienchfc'lVbest., working campaign organlzatldn.
llvhal!' h haai a chaneo tc wfn In the lone run this will count The
.ThehdO''rot'conoed.wea 'to. them- Taft forces-won at' Chicago behaving
selves . theTectlo -to "Gdvernor : Wil- a superior brgarizatlori. ' In the
son v and they have no Idee that month of Oc46btersanUhef first days
Roosevelt stands, a, ghost: of; a' show : of November the Republicans" expect
of 5winndng. 1 1 ; Ito-'show up in their - oldi form and
It Is 4 argoedi by regular Republicans . make1 a r determined effort for the
that Mr. Taft. will- haye-the-s'upportlgoaL Backed by asuperb- canipalgn
of -a- majority of theCatholies ,6f the: fund they can tfd sdme-effective '-work.
jorntry,"theIabcT -unteasithe-forelsnj The Roosevelt organization is loose
voters, and the prosperous business' and far from able. , The. Roosevelt
tnanf wh cares- riot- fdr party but for-'parf y is dominated by eccentric men
profits-- A3 fbe day of the ; election who do not- work 'in harmony- The
approaches the Taft' party; It Is; be-' practical' leaders-were mtrd pressed
lieved., -will, grow. V. -'at times to keep the "wlM men" from
i President Taff. if Ts feared by some; running amuck: They'1 are having
of hist intimates' doe ndtshare theslmilar'tronbie,how
fiellef f his leading supporters that Democratic campatgrrrtaprrazaro.; . "
heswilf come out of the November I - There has 'recently been"'cons1der
eiectton;Trictoriots:eishaTpTr but able' criticism of- the Demtcratf6
not optimisUc: He W -said to believe campaign -management:' Is-called
thar,the countryrdestres a -hanger "harumJ scarum.-" Chalrmaii's Ut
Teddy's f Chances.;'' " ' Combs; of tbe NationaK Democratic
It is geherally "predicted ifl ' Wash-; committee, hasrbroken ddwnr and "'the
ington. that. Colonel , Theodore Roosev-' committee selected, tou run the cam
Veltwni"gd"tffh' asepand"sreV-pali5n is not getting down? titelnes.
olution or will rUli hard and get no- If Wilson wtnsV Democrats argue, it
where. If- the Bull Moose ahouM. go wille because of the splltftnUheRe
forward with a. tremendsBtride! atf publican rpartytand not by any super'
the outset there is no telling -where1 iorf generalship oidr "tlite fiarttofithose
he: will stop.- Butrunles the third- actually ift-charge of-' the -patty' rt
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the; Congressional' districts,;' where
every fellow "is- fightihgL-for himself.
Th'e ; Repuhllcani! are 'going to - try - to
"hold' the Senate! Every member of
the House will-battle -to save his1 seat;
: It4 wilf require? several weeks-1 yet
"before one catf teH whaf inrpressldn
Colonel Roesevelt is goin tomake.
His ' canTpatigrfin furnish the " spec
tacular features f theTseason: -
term movementgetr a 'flytng - start it ganitatipn.
will-not eo fara Many-thousanda-of . At (bis stace of thefflame. '.iusll
rh'nifiwrhA have stuck' to-th Rewib-, after issues have bMJT . iolneri it .0 vin suu f.aute-"4
1IcanVrty foi years wouiddesert' looks as if the reahflgbT wptfld. be in Qt,l;n7RK wSlte' Vtt& Iif M
' Loss estimated "at $T66,T00was .the
result of a ftre1nHfte businese dis
trict of Butte, 'MontainL- A rescue
traln"f font a.?neIghborrng to'wd was
wrecked; and-the -engineer killed.
; The- general land . office "at Juneau,
Alaskai' cancelled "500 of 'the 1,100 coal
claims- f rt fnost- cases' the- patent had
not, been applied for within the re
quired tinye. .
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. Black Velvet, Black' Satin, . Patent, . Dull
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With Ventilated Ovens and Direct Draft
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Cor Eangand: Fort Sto,
ud every ft!im. ,
o beaatt. att4 a.-
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Accept no eouDirt.
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