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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY, APRIL 13, 1902.
OUR UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT
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done In the
upholstery line you
should come to us.
We will make old
new and will make
any size eouchci,
pillow s, window
shades, etc., at the
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
Progress Block, Corner Fort and Ueretnnta 8ts.
Kamehamehas Win Championship Cup
THE CHICAGO $50.00
Mr Gf. W FfkV with Simp ion & Miller, San Francisco,
Sy March 6. iv?o, "As 1 i 1 have put ihi
I i A. M. to jo l. M . rlcM by the l of Smith's , an i the
. Cal . nt Montgomery Sf
i iht Chlcico In tn office wtwre It It at work from
1 1 A.M. to 4 )ol. M , rlcM by thettiaof Smith's, an i the El.tr Lock machine s and ny errploir It Jtton
lined at tht capacity and surer lor Quality of thi work of the Jw machine It will hoi J It mn as-alntl ary
of the bleti rlced machines, ani I congratulate you on the croitiction of this little tcauty I have ewn d a
HirnmoAJ-Bnr Lock, and have run a smith for cars, tut I would not exchange Tbe Cnlcco ''' "y r
them The ft does not need a drayman to carry It around "
Examine this Typewriter at the local agency. Machines sold on "little
at a time payment".
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you an Idea of tho value or these sets.
They consist ot seven pieces of the
finest wood beautifully finished, and
are a bargain. Come and seo them.
J. HOPP & COMPANY,
LEADING FURNITURE DEALER8
Corner King and Botliel Streets
son or other thr time was slower than
ho record time
llrown IP A C ) curled oil the hon
or In this event, his time being 2:11
1-5 The next mini was Koninll of "lie
Kamehamehas, while the thltd man
was J. Anderson of the Mallc-lllmas
Tho best previous record was 2-OS,
made In ll'OI b) i: lk-vcrlll of Ptina
hOU HURDLES TRY METTLE
OF BEST ATHLETES
Great lutercst was shown In the 120
yards hurdle race which nlwnjs tiles
the mettle of the cry bcM athletes.
This race was cry cloie from start to
finish, ult the contestants showing up
In the vcr) best of form
Kealoha IKam.) won Hist plare. his
tlmo being 21 1-5 seconds Tinkle of
the Artlllerj team came second.
In the second heat of this same raco
Miller IP. A. C.) won the honors, his
time being IT 1-5 seconds. Harbuttlc
The firsts and secoiuls In the twi)
heats of this race competed In the flnnl
heat. Miller won first plate Tinkle
was expected to take sttond pl.ue hut
before he had gone farther than tlnj
recotid hurdle, be hurt himself anil
was forced to give up, coming down to
the finish between the two lines of
hurdles. This knocked out thrco
points from this event. Miller on see
ing that Tinkle was out of the race,
took his own time and so no rciord was
MILE RUN ONE OF
YERY BEST EVENTS
The mile run was one of the cry
best ccntB of the day. There were over
a dozen sturters but before the quarter
was reached, It was readily seen wlilih
were the men who would stny by until
the finish. At the half mile, the run
ners were strung out for a distance of
about a sixteenth of a mile and when
the three-quarters was reached, the
distance between the first and last mcu
In the buiuh was still greater.
Clark (M. I.) seemed to be the favor
ite and when be cut In on the runncis
early In the race and got the Insldu
track, there were man) who would
hac wagered that he would tome In
first. This runner led for most of the
distance but the stialn was too much
for him to stand and when within
about fifty sards ot the finish, It Ri
teen that he could not win.
Manls of the Artillery team took ad
vantage of this letting down on the
part of Clark and Immediately closed
(Continued from page 1.)
back to the vicinity of the Judges
The (list event after the Intermission
was the final heat of the 220-) arils hur
dle rate Robinson (P. A. C.) surpris
ed alt his friends and brought delight
to the hearts of the Puliation people bj
winning first place. Pa (Kam.) was
the second man and Kealoha (Kam.)
(P A. C) came second with 12,1 f(t
nnd Dole third with 122.
The mile relay race was the next
event on the program and, as had been
anticipated It was the most exciting ol
the day. Onlj three of the teams weie
In this race nnd they were represent
ed by their very best i tinners. The
teams wter as follows:
Kameliamcha Scbarseh, Knm.HI Mal-
obo nnd Akaua.
Punabou llyrrolt, llnlley Maruilllnu
Mallo-lllni.i Punohii, Ciook, Williams
Tin- first men to start were Hcharsth,
ll croft and Punohii These were met
at the quarter by Katuall, llallcy and
Crook who In turn weie met at the half
bv Maloho, Mnrcalllno and Willi mis
The last men to take up the raie uin
Allium (Kam.). Williamson (P A. C ),
nnd Anderson (M I.). The riuc was ex
citing enough up to the tbiee-quartcrs
but when the best i miners of the three1
teams took the places of the other
men at that place, the excitement knc
no bounds and there was a rush ot
people lu the direction of the runners.
When coming down the stretch. It
could be seen that the Mnlle-lllmas
man had no show whatever lie hail
not had a fair chance as the three men
before him had lost ground right along.
However, the I'unulioii man and Aka
ua kept up the clip In fine st)lc and It
was not until they were about twenty
five jnrds from the finish that n separ
ation took place.
The Puunhoii people full) expected to
see Wllllnmsuu uiiike a spurt ami hc.it
the Hawaiian but tlieie was no spurt
In him Akann on the other hand, had
hecu saving himself a little and made
a final effort, bienklng nwny entirely
from bis opponent nnd winning tb
race In the splendid time of 3. 1" The
best previous record was .1 IK, Just one
second fastei than the time made by
Crook of tliv Mallc-lllnu team made
a much better run for his tenni this
ar than he did on tliu last occasion.
On account of the way Punohu ran In
the first quarter, the Malles were not
In It from the beginning. This mail
used to be one ot the very best run
up the gap. Hy n powerful spurt, ho ners In the city but he has been out nt
what it means
to the housekeeper
In ordering canned fruits, Jel
lies, Jams, olives, etc., the
housekeeper may feel assured
that S. & IV. are tho highest
standard of excellence- In the
We guarantco every can of
S. & W. goods sold from our
store and havo yet to hear of u
dissatisfied customer. When or
dering nsk for tbe S. & W.
Brand. Wo recommend It know
ing It will plenties you and make
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FRESH CEREALS, ETC
FORT STREET, above Ueretunla
After the lust event had been com
pitted, a bowl went up from the Knmc
lemeha looters the band began to
play nnd there wns pandemonium for
tut blue and white had come off the
fold victors by more than nil the other
l"!ims put together, show in.; the hi
I'tniney of Hawaiian bo)s In the field
of athletics. The teams seoic I as fol
Kamehnmcha 63 points.
Punahou 20 points.
.Mnltc-lllma G poluts.
Artillery 5 poluts.
Y. M. C A. 3 points.
The totals figure up 103 The total
number of points should nine Ik en
10'1 but as has already been i-xyl lined
the second plate In the I2n-.ar.!i hur
dle rnee wns eliminated hecnus" of ibe
failure of Tinkle to Jump th Inn dies.
The Kumebameha boys then wun a
great deal over half of the ptudlilu
number of points nud deiuonstriit"!
THE COMMITTEES THAT
MADE THE SUCCESS
These ure the men accountable fin
the suet ess of the field day
Athletic Committee Clifton .1 Tin-
e Marlon A Cheek. W. V. Harris. II
Captains Kumchameha. V. I.imnn;
Artlllerj. l.leut. Ilchr; Y. M. C A.,
I" Young Punahou. W. Wlltlaniiu,
Malle-Illma, P. Ilcnson.
Referee V. Young.
.Mnrshal-C K. Chllllngworth
Clerk of Course J. I,. Torbei
Slurter W II. Unbhllt.
Scorer- I) I. Conkllng.
Timekeepers I' .1. Krilgei, A Wa
terhoune. II. M Arcs.
Judgis nt 1'iiilsli l.leut Ilc'i , P
MoiNO, David W Andeisuli.
Held Judges l.leut Jones, A JiultJ,
Abe Lewis Jr
Announiei C I Schcrincrho'ii,
ODDS AND ENDS OF I
Clie.it credit Is due to Chnilcs tit her I
merborn fill the siitciidld wav In which
he can led out his part ot the after
uoon's noik He wns In thnrgc of the
megaphone and all of the announce
taenia of the results of the union
events were made by him in a clear
I volte which, glvtn forth from Hires
Mils werU we will h dJ a pec
I il sale of
OR SI YI.ES of skirts trimmed
" witliembroldtrv anj wah
I ices All our underwear I
nude in vinll.irv factories by
white libnr. Our prices for this
week on skirts you will find the
lowest thit lilgli grade, well
linMieJ unJerwear ever vv i placed on sale in this town. The bargains
we are offering you cannot dupdeate agun We mention some of our
cre.il values :
Etra w Ue shirts made from rooJ
muslin, 2 rows tucking, j Inch Tor
chon Lice with j Inch Inser- Cf
FULL WIDTH SKIRTS
maje from good muslin, well fin
ished, tucked and 3 Inch lace I OC
On sale '
All our 2.00, 2.25 and 3.00
Skirts Are Record Breakers.
GRAND WINDOW DISPLAY
Each Garment Marked
In Plain Figures
PACIFIC IMPORT GOUTY
MODEL IILOCK. PORT STREET.
thing to he thankful to the million
eer's business fur.
training for a long time nnd the eltert sides, gave the rrowils a full under
of lack of practice was..veiy appaient. Islanding ot what was going on. Ml
This relay race completed the tratk
events. The shot putting contekl had
already been completed nt a plate In
tho enclosure where tho other field
events were also contested. The pole
vault was hi progress when the track
events were completed and the crowdt
at once left the grand stand to hec lion
things were going on on the other side
of the track,
PUTTING THE SHOT
In the shot putting contest, Klchards
(Kam) won first place with I.' fm
2Vs Inches as his record. The btsl plu
vious recoid was 42 feet 8 lilt lies, man
by A Naole Knnae (Kam.) won stc
ond place and Rvvnltko (Y M C A.)
HIGH JUMP RECORD.
The high Jump record wai. hrol.tn
The best previous record was ." feet .'
Inches and Hanlec (Kiun.) made r feet
tf'i Inches. Hopper (Y M. C A ) wi
second with a rttord of 5 feet 3 3-1 In
ches anil llvcroft (P. A. C ) was third
with 3 feet 2 1-1 Inches.
THE POLE YAULTERS
TAKE LONG TIME
according to the) opinions
of physicians and food ex
perts, we havo all tho best
of tho many breakfast
foods now on tho market.
Theio Is one that has be
come tho most popular of
all foodB simply because
Its work and results tell
quickly and satisfactorily.
Come and we'll tell you
confidentially which will
suit you best.
LEWIS & GO.
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by Dr. Lyman
It Limited tl
1060 FORT 8TREET.
240 Two Telephonti 240.
e'ables for tho Fait," by Josephlno
"Sir Richard Cnlrnady," by Maleh.
"Stephen Callnarl," by Julian Sturgls.
"French Involution and Religions"
(Reform), by Sloane.
'"Schley and Santiago," by Graham
"Korna Qordjeeff," by Maxim Oorky.
'ineso nro only seven of the now
hooks, out we have seventy times
seven Just as good and as Interesting.
J. M. WEBB,
Bookseller and Stntloncr.
forged ahead and shot be) ond all the
others, winning by quite a little mar
gin. Clark mndo second place anil
Burns (P. A. C.) third.
The time was C:10 2-5. The rvt
previous record was 5:43. As will bu
seen, the time In this event as made by
Manls, is the best on record in thtv Isl
ands. EXCITEMENT OVER
J YARDS DASH
The 4lv-nids dash was another ex
citing event. Schnrsch (Kam.) won
first place after a close finish, Marcn
lllno (P. A, C.) took second nnd Mal
oho (Kam.) third. The tlmo In this
event was CI flat. This was another
record breaker, the best previous tlmo
being 54 4-5
Maloho had the lead In this race but
toward the very end he began to show
signs of platng out and dropped to
the rear very rapidly, tomlng In al
most the very last man
SPLENDID POWERS OF
OF RUNNER AKANA
The 220-yards dash brought out the
splendid powers of Akaua, the crack
runner of tho Kamehumeha athletes.
He led all the way and came In first
without much of u stiuggle. Pa ot Hie
same Institution as Akaua took sec
ond place and Hopkins (M. I.) wns tho
third man. Aknna's time was 23
seconds. As the best picvluiis time
was 23 3-5, made bv Akana himself, It
will be tetu that another retold was
broken lu this event, even If It wns by
only a fraction ot a secoud.
ONLY TWO HEATS IN
220 YARDS HURDLE
In the 220-ards Inutile race, there
were only two heats, t lie thin! being
thrown out on nttouut of tin nun who
were expected to lake pait lint tumln,
Ill the llisl heat, Holt iM I I look
Hist plate, his time being 3u seconds
Hat. Kealoha (Kiun I wus t-ciuud.
The decision lu this event was no:
reached until uftei two or tlmo of tin, or, ,y ,-, Inches, showing Hint be M Ini
succeeding events had hem inn off, as pitivlug. He Is very young yet and will
there was eonsldeiable illheusslun on uuiloiilitedl) prove a wonder some lav.
the part of the captains of the teams with pioper training such as Is fciteu
concerned, utt.lt tt h In some of the best ediitatlou-
It seems that Holt's muni, although , , institutions on the Mainland, H ir
on the tegular entry boon, wus not on j(u would develop Into an utliliiq liiuel
the progiam nnd piople geniiallj weie!,,, beat
.. .u ii ...... i... ..i.....i.t ....i
rb.;"lTJU,,.T.M! TWO RECORDS SMASHED
young man who tame out Hut. How-1 ,
ever, Jas. L. Torbert. the cltrk of the' J'1'1 ur-,ll1 Jumn aa. ,won ' ' ?
course, was consulted and he showed , I ' rA "' I9 (esl M
that Holt had a perfect light lu tho 'h The best previous record was
racc ltd feet 2D I Indus llallcy (P. A. C.)
In" the second heat. Pa (Kam.) ft(m was sit ond with 18 feel : 10 inches
first nine easllv In !!K .t-S M-concH. ' lind Ho.T (M I.) third with 18 feet 4
Judge Cicnr rendered a decision ot
highest Inteiest aud Importance to
busiiK sh inc. u this morning. It was on
a bill In unit) for accounting of Leo
Hut Sit- hiul Wo llak You agulnst V.
Siheriiitrboin feels that he has some-jHuw Chting and otheis. Tho glBt of
The polite rendered great assistant e
to those in i barge of the afternoon'
sports Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth
Llfilttnaut Leslie of the Mounted Pa
trol and u number of foot and mounted
police did cu client work ami kept the
people from running upon tbe Hack.
After tbe presentation of the cup to
Captain Lemon of the Kamchnnich.i
team nt the close of the events of the
afternoon, the victors gave thiee cheers
for Princess Kawananaknn. for the cup
and for the 110)8' llrlgnde. It was
reall) dllllcult to tell which of the
three tbeers were the most cntluislas
lb K.inic li.unclm ma) well he pioud of
the work that her bn)s did yestciday
allernooii llnnallans have ever been
lovers of spoil and ever since game
and rating events of the samo kind as
those )isterdny wire Intmdiued licit",
they have been the lenders. They take
to It kindly and Indeed, there Is noth
ing strange about this, for tbe love ol
6port has hem handed down to them
from their iiiueHtiirs.
The pole vault contett took fully a
half hour to decide as the contestants
were very evenly matched At the ton
elusion, the )ouug men were pretl)
well played out. It was remarkcj o:i
all sides, that they showed n-marluulc
endurance. If the clriumstju.es were
Inijulrcd Into It would be found that
they had been In trnlnlng for a lon,5
Hardee (Kam.). Kaiilukou (P C.I
and Kaal (Kam) were the men iho
stuck to their task for t lie lunges lime
Hard to finally demonslrntid ills su
premacy by vaulting in fett II incnis,
Kaiilukou won second plat'i with in
fett s iut hes as his rt cord. Kaal (Kiim)
took third place, his morel beliu; 1
'I he btst previous it cord was 10 (tct
i, Ini'hi k, made by llaidio hlmsil'. mi
that tho young man bint lilu own iee-
An exciting horse laeo litween po
nies ridden by Messrs. Judd, Potter and
Lewis wns the last exciting event of the
day. The finish was so tlose and the
argument over which was the wlnnci
so heated, that It was dccldid to call
the race a diaw
The Kamehumeha (lice Club gave
ninny pleasing ihorusea during the af
ternoon, alternating with the hand In
a most pleasing manner. Hy means of
their extillent music, thoy chtend
their own bo on to better effort.
Tied Angus was tho )oung man who
had charge of the selling of piogiams.
Ills wtuk nt the end of the cH)'s spoil
was somewhat dllllcull as the bti)s to
whom he had dialt out tho piograms
were anxious to get home ami there
fore wantid their nanus ducked oil
all together. I'nd looked vti) much
like a full Hedged news taiilii at flint
but took on the attitude of a prlie
fightti Inter on
Punahou showed up veiy much moic
badly than was expected by the ardent
supporters of the Institution. The hoM
ran up against a hard proposition
when they struck the Kamehamehas.
lh decision Is that part pa) men t of n
lliiuldated debt. In return lor which a
rt-celpt In full Is given, docs not oper
ate to extinguish tbe dibt or bar tho
ti editor f i oui enforcing the pa)mcnl
of thu balance, whero no additional
consideration Is given.
The facts lu tho enso wcio found by
master. Wu How Chong has In fits
hands J 1200 belonging to the former
partui'iNhlp of Quffng Wah On Com
puny which lu has collected Kiibsu
qui ut to tbe dissolution of the partner
ship Plaintiffs, who were two of the
partners, sued for an accounting hud
pa)ment of their shims of this sum
which To How Chong lefnsed on the
ground that the partnership still owed
moic than Ibis sum to tho tjuong Pook
On ("nnipnn) of San I'rnnelsto. tie
mand fur the pa)iucnt of which hav
ing been made ubsiiUent to a sottle
incut wltli cilheiH of the paitnershlp
A settlement of this debt was mndt!
prior to the dissolution of tho partner
ship b) an agent duly nuthorlreil by
the ti editor 111 in upon a basis of 3j
per t cut ol the amount due, a receipt
In full being glvtn.
The only tpiestlon was ns to whether
this settlement wus such as would bar
the Quong 1'ooK on Company from en
forcing pa)inent of the remaining t5
per t tnt of their nriglnnl debt, thus
entitling the paituers In tho Qiinng
Wall On Company to a proportionate
share of the $1200 now n thu hands
of Wo How Chong
Judge Clear discusses the nuthorl
ties nt length and holds that tho ac
frptiini'o h) the Quong Took On Com
pnii) of .15 per cent of tho amount dun
tin m as a settlement of tbe debt, n
leulpt In full being given thiP'for
did not opernto iih n disthurgf of the
Honest dental work
at honest prices
The New York Dental Parlor ar
under new management nnd arc turn
ing out the best kind of dental work
known to the profession at the lovnt.
prices ever known in Honolulu.
Knch department In charge of a spe
cialist and our operators are gr-lnatt
tb-utlsts of the hest-recognlied scaooU
In thu U. H. or the world.
v havo a larger stall than any oth
er dental office In the tlty. wo baxw
the best plate workers, crown arvl
bridge specialists, and In -fact all
brnnehes of dentistry as practiced by
us arc strictly up to date.
We can sav e ) ou money on your dc
tal woik. Wu will tell )ou In advar.os
exactly what )our work nil! cost by
a free examination.
All our Instruments are thoroTCijhrj
sterilized before use-
New York Dental Parlors,
ttoom 4, Elite Building, lloo-l StxMC
LADIB3 IN ATTENDANCE
Hours, 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Sundays. 9 a. m. to 12 ic.
Robinson (P. A. C.) was sunnd.
BREATHING SPELL j
FOR THE ATHLETES i
Just at this time and in onlei lu
give the athletes a little time foi a ,
breathing spell, the announce i staled
that thcie would be a fifteen minute In- j
termlbslou and the nowds Hoiked over ,
to the place whiro the field tvints weie i
being carried ou '
Promptly at I o'clock the announcn
put his mouth to the megaphone and I
called to tbe clouds that the tut It
events weie about to stuit up again and :
there was another t,tuuul (locking
Inches The it cords had been smashed
so gun rail) that It was no surprise
whatt'Vci Unit another was broken
tli hards (Kami won first place lu
Hie hamiuei t hi m . making a record of
12U frtl t"j IniliiH. tbe previous record
htlng only HM fitt 3 Inchin. Rnncnr
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANCC
Orders for tbe purchase or sate eft
stocks and bonds carefuly and promtr
ly executed. Loans negotiate!
amount lemalnlng unpaid, aud the j Office Room 401, 4th floor, SUnffto
FIND OF RUDDER TREES,
llerlln. April 1. In a talilegrnm re
ceived at the Colonial lliirenu, llerr
Srhlechter, tho botanist, declares that
ho has discovered an abundant e of rub
ber and gutta-percha trees In German
New Guinea Hy this discovery ho
wins tho 3000 marks prize offered by
thu Colonial Society for tin first pci
son to find suth trees lu the Herman
money lu the hands ot Wo How Chong wald Bldg. Poitofftce box S90; Tcfe-
should be npplli'd to that Indebted phone Main 331.
liens, anil the philntilTs ns partueis In
tin- Quong Wuh On Compnn) are not
i mil led to nny sluirti therein
In conclusion Judge Gear sn)s "II
may not be Impinper licit' to Mate that
tho nile of law herein stated, although
It should be stalcdschrilluupupti
It should be one nt much Interest to the
business commiinlt). Is one not gen
erally known among business men, thi.
majority of whom undoubtedly think
the rule to be tho opposite of that
stated herein To the lay mind It may
seem unjust ami Inequitable, hut never
theless being a rule of law It Is right."
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Langwood Hotel at .Middlesex Palls, '
it tiitlv piilth.ibtd b) 1)1 C. II Cogs
well, of llnstoii, to be used as a Mini ,
tarluin was burned mda) causing a
loss ol Vm 0 Tin Insinuate Is J 00 - j
vSCHOONER TURNS TURTLE.
Vlctoila. Apt II .'A lepoit has letn
received irom the wtst coast slating
that the seaVr Xlllah May of this pint
has turned turtle off then It Is has
td on Slwnsli authority und Is dla
4Q3 Judd Building.
AN HOUR IN THE MORNINO
THE 8AME HOUR EVERY NiORNINO
or nftcrnoon, given to dictation, will
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up." Try It a month.
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Regularity! Certainty' DespatchI
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