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I S SPORTS S
FOOTBJIllJROSPECTS I BffllliJpM
From present Indications tlicro will I tlcporls fiom nnglnml Indicate that
be no Intercollegiate Football League tlio attempt now being made to pop
In Honolulu this ycir, Tlio gama uinrizc baicball n that country is real
eccnis to hae riled n natural death and . . ,. i.i,i ,,f ,,r mic
the knights of the molcikln and nose- '"' ,' n" IPm?.Tn the .'ist at
guard nrntt take n back teat and uniuc "' ' a,r.."l,c ' V fJ" '' Vm8 Lvn
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n e.r th? city lm bee.
the last ten
which will g down In history and ' " " V "", ," ,
lousht for ninny years to come. Ilasc- not ,,inpr"l,""e.t',tl," 'J r.?,
ball nnd football Imc been the to h ho gr eat Amcrl an km. I
leading outdoor sports of this country f'nl l'rlc,;?t ns " """ mcr. ''18. '? "' "
nnd miw Hie Inllnr I. In en lielilllil 11,0 ,n " hould come nbout, baseball ulll
.rem. .enjoy tho unique distinction of being
At this d-ite In nrevln.m vear the l,le o1'' ,orm ut aMvlla wlu9 I10'1
...L1 '-?J",..pJ"..V.8.,5..-"B..A.eililarlty In Orcat llrltaln which Is not
ii-uuis m-ic nil iiuiuk ijkiiiiiiiiiiw iii.il-
tlee and It wai n familiar slftht to see
tho long-halied hero making his way
as ic 'KSt7S HchnX h liorie racing': bmitlns. cours.'
lough a iltlg" la'sdeU iar 't '' ' J"" rC "TV?,? ."l! V,1'
nn.i mi, him., urn' . ho in n, mmc of llrltloh loe of outdoor life.
mouths of the fans this v, Inter. i:..d.p'R" f- ""'' ' "?,1,?,n ,10,L'nn
runs, skin tackle, bucks nnd punts willl'' 'J'7'C- iml, ' a" a' ,gJ ' Vl e"'
be forgotten to the big league bunch."1'" lMcll ' ,.,I thf?1 , l,1 ',' i i
nnd they must be content with going I 'J" "r,nl':l,'to '. ,'"nU'a ,?rl. "n
out to Onlm collego nnd tho Kara '"" tour In l.uropc will Nirth
fcchools nnd watching the youngslers
nek ...,n nnnihrr. aVi iiirn tlu, came
Is . changed that many of the old cery one o whom Is ether an Oxror.i
fans will not recognize the game under, w" Cn,1"l,rlll?c,1Bru,nl.p,,1",bm h
the new mles It will be strange to ' Cnnad.i nnd the States this fall), the
.car the Initial III out, '.hi d down !' taworiU In this country nnd on
and eight yarns to go." This sen.un , lc nuropean continent la of KniHali
our half hack nnd other riinncn. must'f10. ",0 minority of the best Jockeys
f. i. i .i... .i... i.v.. In Krume. tlcrmany. Austria nnd llus-
LidpsllMlVaUow Knll.hmi. nngll.h .pott
I . -..i. .i iii i. .i. i'iihas coiiducred In many countries, nnd
timer scratch his head to learn.
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.ciiuer mo i-unanuus nor Aianca
haic ahonn any action toward geltlug
teams together nnd not u word can be
to boost tho former champions, lien-
son has been n big factor In Island
football and has done much to keep
Iho game alive. The funahous hnvi
Iuh tho majority of their uldtlmo play
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J IIU I Ulliliiuitn itu.u,
era and although lteod, last Jem's
coach. Is willing to tnko tho team in
charge, theic docs not sicm to bo the
material and II there was there Is no
team to go tin cgalnst,
Jess Woods, the president of the
league. Is up at the Country Club mid
linu vial lllrti. ,lnl tl s In tlift tt llttil tt
imu,sery much is tlunigh theVc rll ? " ";: ""' 'ast11tt'i't" "?!
bo no league football, but when tlicl'" ,lMan,,1 "' ?b,y. ,'"'," b;" , '' '
ii i.. i, i?..i.. . i .,, .i, ...Instouniled ami dellKliled the land with
of games between coast teams they nro
JWtn jtiua uvf,iii IU ivuu ui iiiv iitvvuiita
apt to again latch tlio splilt and don
their suits mid pcrhups some special
teams may bo put In the Held to play
In cue there aro no big games this
Je.ir It would bo a sood Idea to hac
tho two fichoolt, play their champlun
shlp Kamu on ThanksKlilns Day. TliU
Karao could bo held at tho Ilaschalt
l'arl: nnd be made quite nn athletic
event. Iloth tho Knius und Oahu col
lege have a larso following und n
game between thcite two teams on this
day would attract much Into est. They
would suicty pack tho Kiounds,
It has been hinted that Mr. Dickey
and his llno-up ut ministers will tackle
football this seaeun as they hawi bo
lnt,. It would bo well to remind them
that the lulcs of the Kiimo have been
radically changed to as tu make tlio
Came less iiiukIi. No ono in Hawaii
has u chnnco to complain as to tho
toughness in football in thcro has nev
er been u bcrlous nc:ldcnt happen hcie.
If football Is stopped they should stup
etciy game under the sun.
In the meantime tho leuthcr-lungcd
looter must lay low until ho can have
n chance to eMcnd himself and If ho
docs 'nut tco lootball thero will bo
something el so tu take Its place.
All golfers of this city uro anxiously
awaiting tho completion ot tho Calm
Country Club, so that they will tunc u
ehanco to swing on the clusltc pill. In
about CO or 90 days ho will be uble tu
test the new 1iii1h that uro now being
put In shape by the club management.
At tho irevcut tlmo the Jap.iue.ie
who aio employed on the now courto
nro busily cnsagcJ rcniolng stones
and putting tho giccns In tdiapc. It
Is a lilg iiudertiikmg but Is giuduall)
loundlng In shape and when the links
nro' unco in plajlug comlltlun this city
can boast ot one of thu hncst golt
combos In existence.
A sltangcr limiting these links
would bo llrst Impressed by thu beau
tiful view that Ij obtained theiefrom.
The city und harbor aro overliml.ul
und present i beautiful sight, whllo
the Nuuniiii Valley in all Its glory
stietehes bcfoio you tu the Pull. It is
icrtnliily a beautiful lo:utIon und It Is
hard to Imuglno how thcie could bo n
Work Is being rushtd on tho road
leading fiom Nuuauu stieet tu Iho dub
property nnd as soon us this Is torn
plcto work will be started on the club
house, which has been designed by
Aichltect (till. Tho plans tail for a
ery lino Ltiueluiu tu bo built for uliout
tho sum of $7,000, This club liotuu will
contain ovry toincnluiico that ould
bu asked for und iccry meiirbd' will bu
mudo cxtiemely tomfortablo,
Tho ini'inberi -nro looking torn aril to
the opeiilu;: day and tho cluimes mu
that tho now pint grounds mid the
homo ot gulf tu this cuunlry will be
cturtcd ulf with u hugo tuutuey fui Hit
chumpluiiiihlii cup that Is to be donat
ed by tho old Manoa Golf Club, Tlila
cup is tu cost ill tho neighborhood of
5100 Hiid will be n cliumpluiishlii altalr
Io bo piijed fol utery year. This cup
will cauf.0 i omo keen llvnlry nmong
tho iiirniberiii mid will iiuibo them to
keep up their lir.icllie. Kvciy plajir
v, Iui cunUHa fur thla cup nuiat play
nt errutch, which will bo something
now In this country,
Thcil will nlso bo tho tennis couits
and swimming pool tu amueo thoso
who do nut caro for golf and with all
the ninusciiieiit& It Is thought that the
new club will always bo popular.
IV. iiiuituamh .h.i.j ....., ...,.
AnMM Into romplelJ failure.' hut the
. - .. ..,,, p1.i-i,m l up wwiri win mc cnaiiiici, clearing nu
i,0K nn.V. ' ,X L vli. nn.i'h "' " """ "M to a nampan
f ' ';" " r"ft'nK: '"'11," . I which will be anchored off Diamond
'"" .BY"U! '"'" ,'f .!..V ,uZl
"' tlie'r ll" die famu" Corinthian.
li,,,rtT. "T". ",' "l!". 'M f"U"'1 ."!
Mhn fnrt Hint the 1!ncmh nnmes nnd
i, .7, ., i
,,"n "( the different games nrc In
Jractlca ly mi lyersal use. derma lis who
crm1n,n eiilcntn. The spread o
!p'B"8 , u?'t 'I""' 'P, ,ln'c'' " '"
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illlll liuw lliu I1I11U IVI'JUD III 11,1, V
(omo for lngltiiid to learn somclhlng
from two or ilneo of her erstwhile
pupils. Her crieketcra havo learned
from Australians the tilck of "swerv
lug' tho ball In the nlr; mi American
Jockey, the celebrated Jlr. "Tod" Slum,
convinced her horsemen that there was
something la bo g.ilncl from the iimi ot
n . i ... ... ,i , i. .. til . d. ..
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thrco or four t-ars past thcro have
been complaintH In certain (pmrters
that cricket- Is becoming stale nnd
rtniids In need of reform, What Is
wanted. It la .ivguer, is mure- snap, urn!
ns ha8cballLha3 tc.uuics not unlike
tho.-o of cricket and condenses the in
terest Inio u much shoitcr spuco of
time, tho American gamo is thought to
have nil excellent ehanco Just now ot
earning popularity. Hut though base
ball may dud great fuor, cricket will
lemaln king ot Kngllsh summer pas
time That In certain, I.Ike golf, it
ran be played by men at almost any
ago Dr. (liacc. who must bo ncaily
ilxty. Is still making plenty of runs
but It has more fine points than golf,
and, unllle tho gamo of the links, bus
charming spcvtiicuhr attractiveness.
I he ubargo thet cricket Is slow Is u
suiicr!l.Mlal one, the mere fact that the
gamo talcs, ns a rule, two or thieo dayx
to dceido being wholly beside tho
point, Tl-.o Iruo cricketer watches the
bowling, the playing and tho fielding
(if f.ifiv li.tll with full nmiroi-ltilll-n In.
terest; It Is tho man who does not,'lr Buntca Is to Intenho In i:ngl.iiid
understand thu cuno who finds It ted-.lhot tho advent of baseball cannot fall
Ions. Few Americans undcrMniid It,
nnd many of us nro wont tu cxprcts
surprUo that vast erowda of pcopla
should nsuMiiblo on Kngllsh grounds
day after day to watch such nn appar
ently dilatory gome. Hut wo must re
member that to tho Hrilish people
irlckct serves, us It wcro, as a reuctlou
fiom football. hor exactly eight
months every year Sept. 1 to April
m(I millions of Urltlshcrs tnko an al
most reeiish interest In tho great win
ter pastime, and when summer comes
loiind the demand Is for something
lestful. Pcrlinpu nowhere is cricket,
follriueit with such keen Interest as In'nt 7!3fl nt Mm V. M. (!. A. I'trlimlniirv
Manchester and Sheffield, great cities'
which palpitate with Iniluttrml and
l San Francisco.
Tivy Chemical Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs; About twp years ago a very fine, well bred mare I own
got wh:t seemed to be a Dad sprain of the off fore fetlock, which made her
very lame; I blistered her and let her run out for about four months, when
I took her up she was better but still lame and got worse when worked, !
then titled another kind of blister with about the same results.
Last Spring I bought a bottle of your Save-the Horse from your agent
In this city, After treating the mare with this for about two weeks I
nave her somo slow driving; she Improved very much, and by the time I
had used up the bottle I was able to drlvo her twenty or thirty miles with
out any apparent bad effects. She now goes sound) I alto with the same
bottle removed two wind galls from her hind legs.
Hoping that this will bo of some benefit to you, I am, your truly,
MARRTIN BURNELL, 401 California 8L
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln, Curb,
Splint, Capped Hock, Wind Puff, broken down, bowed or strained tendon or
any caso of lameness. Iforao can bo woiked nn usual and with boots, as
no harm will result from nenldlng of limb or (Instruction of hair.
j"r no per tyottlo, with n written
4JUUiit0 j,est legal talont could
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FIRST RAGE 1
Regatta Committee Gives
Out Plans For Local
The first raco for the Uccklcy cup,
which will be contested for by the riMt
clam yachts of this city, will be held
on Sunday, October 7, and Bhould prov
n very cloie nnd exciting event. The
Kcgatta Committee has selected the
following course; l-'rom nu Imaginary
line between tho lighthouse nnd Dish-
op's wharf out the channel, clearing nil
Head. The Mako boat mutt bo turned
keeping; It on the port side and then
clearing lor the Btrelch to Harbor's
rnlnt, around a stnkeuoat which will
be anchored tlicro nnd back to tho Un
titling line, which will be n line be,
twecn the committee boat and the bell
buoy on the intldo of thu buoy.
Tho rnco will bo started promptly at
D n. in. ntul on this account the boats
should bn easily able to finish bcfoio
dark. All owners of nchts which they
deslro entered in the raco should sig
nify their Intention tu the mcmbcis
of the Hcgnttu Commlttco of the Ha
waii Yncht Club. Messrs. Will Mc
Incrny and C. T. Wilder. Tho rnco
will be started with entries from three
boats but at present the outlook Is that
either six or tcven of the local fleet
will be ready for tho start.
CABINET CHANQE8 RUMORED
Washington, Sept. 8. tlcorgc Von 1.
Meyer, Ambassador to St. Petersburg.
to bo Secretary of the Navy.
Charles J, Honnparte, Secretary ot
the Nnvy, to be Attorney General.
This Is pait ot tho now cabinet sl.itc
which was nnuounccJ some time ago
on the authority of a government olll
tint. Tho htnry Is published here to
day and It Is expected that tho formal
announcement of tho changes will coon
ho mudo from Ojsle-r Day. Von M)cr
would have been In Washington some
I lino ugo but for tho troubles In Kus
bin. Thcro nic teportJ today that Attor
ney Cencral Moody will bu naked tu
lake, u phuo on tho United StnlCJ su
premo bench and us previously an
nounced that Secretary Taft will hold
on to thu war portfolio and get Into
the presidential raco openly within J
Uoncrat Wood, It Is stated, will re
turn from tlio Philippines. Ills place
Is to ho taken by General !'. C. Aluc
worth, military secretary nnd acting
secretary of war. Tho transfer of Von
Mccr tu the cabinet opens thu door
for tho appointment ot a. new ambas
sador and Uonupartc'H transfer will
nercssltato a new Secretary of the
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vi ); ri tf w s ts 8 ss w w w '.' w a
commercial energy, and which nro vcr
Itablo hot-beds of football during tlio
winter months. Hut the love of out
to bo welcome, even It on no other
r.iound than that of the moro tho bet
ter. And ns things American havo
giown rapidly In popularity in thu
motherland of lato years, baseball baa
probably nt last gone tu Hugland to
stay. Thu popularity tho game haa al
ready achieved Is inarvcluus when
Urlllsh conservatism In considered.
A meeting of tho Y. M. O. A, sucker
football playem will be held tonight
steps will bo taken to organize a team
to enter Into tho league this bcasou.
mmrantce, ns binding to proi
tact you m
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We also have a new lot of
Calllers' 8wlsa Milk Choco
late and Ghlrardelll'a Choco
Henry May & Go.
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Chicago Corn Exchange National
Parts Credit Lyonnala.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-keaE-BtxitiBliaj
tUw Zealand and Australia Dank
of Kew Zealand and Dank of Austra-
..Vktorla and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America,
Deirolts received. Loans mad on
appro-red security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. BUI of atx-
cbanpo bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For
AND TRUST CO.
P HAWAII, LTO.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... tMOOOOM
AID UP CAPITAL 100,00MB
Provident Cecil Breww
Vtoe Preetdent........M. P. Roblneeft
Cawilec La raejei
Corner Port ant Kin Sts.
8AV1N08 DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed (or yearly eoorU M
Use tata ot 4 14 per cent, per annum.
Kules and regulatloaa furnleoed f
The YokohamaSpscIs Bank, lu-
Capital Subscrlbod Yen 24.non.noj
Capital Told Up Yea M.OOO.noO
Reserved Fund Yen ,940,u00
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
8RANCH AQENOICS tUunhy,
Ilongkonir, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, Nngasakl, Newchwang. New
7ork. Poking, San Francisco, Bhanr
hai, Tientcln, Toklo, Osaka.
Tbe bank buys and receives for cot
lection Bills ft Exchange, lsaue
Drafts and I.et'.rr or Credit and trails
acts a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRAfiCH, 67 KING ST.
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal lt
or ateel tubes; general sh'p work.
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plana and eetlmatee fumiehe for
all daises contrasting work.
TEL. MAIN 841.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK-t Honolulu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
ALAKEA 61 REET.
All classea of Building Work
promptly and carefully exeoutetf.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Reeldence 'Phone Blue 341
A N D SOUVENIRS
make good presente
for your friends. Beat
selection In town at
The Island Curio Co,
Elite Bldg., Hotel SL
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern IUGAI. MA
CHINERY of every capacity and da.
icrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.