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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1916,
N. G. H. Program
( Con'.iniied from n.iire 1 )
sliot to siRtinl given lv oiuil Und
er at finish, that this qtU!1 i
ready for inspection. Fquad is not
to b at attention. Prizes: one,
2. Running Race, 1 ' mile: 1st
prize, vnlne $10; 2nd prize, value
$5; third prize, value $3.
3. Kiiuipment Race: 1st prize,
value $5; 2nd prize, value ?2.50.
4. Shotput, 16 lbs, one man
from each company. 1st prize,
value $5; 2nd prize, $2.50.
5. 100 yards dash: 1st prize,
value $7 50: 2nd prize. $5.
6. Running high jump: 1st
prive, $5; 2nd prize, $2.50.
7. Shoe race: Uniform: Field
with O. D. shirt no coal; with
out hat. lcRKinRs. or equipment.
Contestants to line up at scratch,
turn ovtr to judRes a pair of rus
set shoes, as issued by the Q. M.
Corps. Shoes will be marked bv
the judges with numbers Riven the
men, then put in a pile fiftv yards
awav. At startinR signal contest
ants run to pile, find their own
shoes, put them on and return to
scratch for inspection. Shoes must
be laced up and have number cor
responding to man wearing them.
Shoes may be tin own away by any
contestant in searching for his
own shoes; care will be taken not
to throw them on balcony or into
audience. Prizes announced later.
Not more than 3 men from each
company are allowed to compete
in this event. 1st prize, $5; 2nd
8. Carrying wounded without
litter. Uniform:Field, O. D. shirts,
without hat, coat, or equipment.
Beaters in line; patient for each,
lying on his back, fifty yards
away. At starting signal, each
bearer runs to patient, lifts and
carries him to place of starting.
Time taken from starting signal
until bearer crosses line. Patient
will render no assistance to bearer.
Open to teams of two men from
hospital corps and t o National
Guard. Number of entries allow
ed announced later. 1st prize,
$5; 2nd prize, $3.
9. 220 yds. 1st prize, value
$7.50; 2nd prize, value $5.
10. Running Broad lump: 1st
prize, value $5; 2nd prize, value
11. Rope climbini. Conditions
later, each Company to be repre
sented by a team of 2 men. 1st
prize, value $6; 2nd prize, value
12. Centipede Race: Conditions
later. 1st prize. $6; 2nd prize va
13. Baseball throw: Prize l-$5
14. Relay race: 'i mile, team
of 3 men from each battalion. 1st
prize, value $12.50; 2nd prize,
15. Sack Race: 1st prize, value
$3; 2nd prize, value $2; 3rd prize,
16. Tug of war: 1 team from
each battalion, prize, value $10.
A boxing contest will conclude
the list of sports. 1st prize, value
$10, and punching bag for second
Rules; On July 4th. all athletes
must report to the clerk of course
at the field tent at 1 o'clock p. m.
for numbers. Athletes have suits
according to the rules of the Ath
Points: 5 points will be allow
ed for the winner of each event.
3 points to second best and one
point to 3rd best. Points will be
allowed for all events excepting
shoe race and sack race. The
highest number of points for t'ne
individual athlete will be awarded
a $15 gold medal. The battalion
with the highest number of points
will receive one dozen football
socks and one football.
Hospital Detachment: The Hos
pital Corps will enter in events
2. 3. 4, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, 10. 11, 12,
13. 14, 15 of the sports. Teams
for events in accordance to teams
allowed in the respective events
for battalion or company.
Remark: A greater number of
those htrein mentioned will be al
lowed in the preliminary events at
Kapaa and Li hue.
Fifty Years A 20
From old files of ihe Friend of
1858 wti t;iko the fi. Mowing rotes
of po.V ilKC.
Letter posliige to the United
Staks 17 cents
To Great Britain 36 cents
To France 33 "
I o Germ niv 37 "
To Kussiu 44 "
To Camilla 2 "
To the Azores 70 "
To Valparaiso 41 "
MODI'S OF TRAVEL
The following record of toniuiKe
of the Missionary vessels of Ine
gone davs tnav surpre our lead
ers it, these days of mammoth
oceat, liners and palatial accent
The "Th ad dens."
brought out the fust Missionaries
I round the Horn, was a Brig of
I 2 12 tons, and she carried 45 peo
pic. The first "Morning Star"
jwas a little thing of only 39 tons,
I about the size of an ordinal s fish
ling sampan, and was brought
j round the Horn by Cunt, limine
well, the founder of the firm cf
Brewer and Co. liven thi ex
perienced navigator was hesitant
' about making so hazardous a trip
in so tiny a vessel. She carried ;
.crew all told of only five men.
I The second "Morning Star"
1 was 156 tons, and the third 207
tons; not much more than half Hie
size of the "James Makee."
The famous "Mayflower" was
only 180 tons and she carried 100
J. M. L.
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Or write for prices and literature.
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Although heavy artillery eats up the supply quickly, there always seems to be more at hand to
turn the enemy back.
A Rare Opportunity For
Large Consignment of Men's And Youth's
Ready-to-Wear Suits That Must be Sold.
In Addition Every Item of Ladies And
Gents' Furnishings In The Store Reduced
to Effed Sale
Sale Now On
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want will be thor
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