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EVENINU BUM.KT1N. HONOLULU. T If . WKHNKSDAY, JAN 8, 1008.
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Local and National
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can bo mixed thick and used in flll.ng cracks, and sets very hard over
night. Is cheaper than nnd superior to paint.
Sanitarians say that the closely packed school room with the large
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Rules and Regulations of
Auto Club of
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A fine display of quality and shades.
Tin' Automobile Ciuli of Hawaii
i members of tliu American Automo.
Iillo Association) present tliu ruloi
niul regulations iteming the second
iminil Oaliu Kiidurnnce Contest, for
Iho cup offered by tliu von llamni
Yoiiiik Co., Mil.
Tills uont Ih a froe-for -nit open to
nil coiucib uiiiler the followliiK condi
Kntrles In tills event will be accept
ed only on tliu following conditions.
Machines that are dlsniiullflcd for
imy c-iuso. will give- complete right-of-way
to other contestants.
No racing will bo tolerated mitlor
Kntrnnts who break either of these
lilies will lie barred from any fiiluru
twills, of the Autoniobllo Club.
Rules and Regulations.
1. Kacli entrant will appoint an
otiserwr who will bo placed on an
other car. This ubrerwr will keep a
lull record of the run.
2. Cars will loao Honolulu at the
tliue nt by tliu coiamltteo and iniibt
complete, tlio run to Kaluikti In not
more than 3'i hours and In not less
Hum 2V4 hours. At Knhuku u stop of
half an hour will be m.ule. Cars can
icflll their gasoline and water tanks.
This must be done In the- piescnco of
the olirciwr. From Knhuku to Halo
,wa cais must completo their run In
not less than 1 hour nnd not more
ilinn 114 hoiiri. A stop of not less
than one hour will be mitdo at Ilnle
.wa for lunch. 1'roni Hnlclwa to Ho
nolulu cars must mako the run In not
less than l',4 hours and not more than
2 'i hours.
3. While on tho ro.ul between Ho
i.olulu nnd around tho island to Ho
nolulii every btop for any purposo
"vhutsoewr imiHi be noted by tho ob
bcrwr and the duration of tho stop.
1. Any stop tto repair tires will
i.ot bo counted against tho car provid
ed the engine Is kept running. If tha
iiiglne'bo stopped while tires aro bo
nig repaired 2 points will bo counted
ngahiBt tho car for owry mlnuto ,or
'ractlon of n mlnuto consumed. Any
stop for any causo will bo counted
against tho car as 2 points for every
mlnuto or traction or a minute. These
..lops do not Include stops to avoid
danger nt railroad crossing or on uc
count of blocking of tho road, etc.
S. Every entrant must display on
his car tho following: "Honolulu
Hoiipil flio Island Kiidiunnco Hun, von
Hainni-Vouug cup.". Theso will bo
wipplled by tho committee
(j. Cars will bo Identified and rec
ord kept under tho Territorial llcenso
number of rar.
7. No record of any previous per
formance or sign or other Indication
rf makers on other than itanio plate
usually attached to tho vehicle nsild
to private owners will bo allowed to
he displayed upon any car at any
time during the run.
will bo disqualified.
11. Entrants must bo nt starting
point with dead engines and one mln
uto only is allowed cars to get under
way from tho slgnnl to start. Kvory
thirty seconds or fraction nftcr which
tlino will be penalized nt 6 points per
30 seconds or fraction thereof.
12. Owners can blillp their ma
chines but every scat must enrry Its
13. Kntrlus must bo In tliu hands
of members of the committee not Inter
than Friday. January 17.
It. Obscrwrs must check tlmo of
,1'nrrlvnl nnd start from nil .points of
1G. Observers must have their cars
checked In by the official lecordcr at
all points of control before stopping
their engines. Failure to observe
this rule wil lbc disqualification.
10. Tho route will bo via Nuunnil
valley over Niiimnu Tall to Hatclwn
nnd return to Honolulu over regular
routo and back to Capitol grounds.
17. Tho points of control will bo
Knhuku, Hnlclwa and Honolulu. Check
in beforo ou stop jour engines.
18. At points of control no remov
als or tampering with any parts of tho
machine will be allowed under any
19. All protests must bo In hands
of the coinmltteo In writing within
ihree hours after close of contest nnd
iho Hoard of Gowrnors of the Club
will mnko all decisions, and their de
risions will bo final.
20. Chains can bo put on In case
of necessity without penalization pro
vided tho engine Is kept running.
21. Knglnes can bo used for brakes
but no cranking will be allowed.
22. The committee In charge of
this event Is J. I). Kennedy, S. II. Jor
dan nnd Dr. Ililnckcrhoff.
Hoard of Gowrnors of the Autonio
bllo Club of Hawaii Geo. 1. Detilson,
W. B. Drown, W. N. Patten, W. II.
Ilalrd, S. II. Jordan, II. P. Wood.
Racing Hoard. Contests, linns nnd
Tours Commlttco 3. It. Jordan, chair
man, Dr. Brlnckcrhoff,J. D. Kennedy
OUR ANNUAL SALE
consisting of all styles of
garments of our celebrated
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE TOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN.
'f i wh
SPARS AMi MAST
I AI IASI
Forchildren and infants. The right thing
in this country for all seasons.
NUUANU. BELOW HOTEL.
Almost all of the needed fixtures
for tho trjujl llttlo racer Hawaii aro
hero now that tho mast, nnd spars
have arrived. They came In on tho
bark S. C. Allen, a lumber-carrying
wsscl, from Cray's Harbor and Wllla
ia Harbor, the laud of good straight
trees that aro the only tilings for fit
ting up a yacht. Of course, the spars
nro still In tho rough, that Is they
will have to go through tho mill and
bo turned to perfection yet, but It Is
a good deal of a consolutlon, or ruth
ci. pleasure to know that things are
coming along so swimmingly.
Ilccauso tho spars aro now hero,
thcio hi llttlo doubt but that tho yacht
wilt be fully completed sooner than
was nt first expected. Thero was
some fear entertained lest they should
lot arrive hero In duo time, and they
lako considerable tlmo and work to
ihnpe. Along with the spars, though
on u different bout, camu n generous
donation for tho yacht from tho Pa
cific Mall Steamship company
through their manager In Snn Fran-
Ulhco. It Is certainly gratifying to
tho yacht commlttco to see how glad
lv nil tlipso hhr ronrnrns urn sllbscrlb.
Tho entrant having thu lowest i inB. nml what nil Inlerust thov aro all
penalization will huvo ono leg on tlio ( taking In tho welfare of tho yacht,
cup offered by the von Hanini-Young j!ul t 8 I10t only tho Inteicst of theso
Co. All cars huUug u perfect scoio',K ,BS tliat Is appreciated; tho
will have one leg on tho cup. yacht comniltteo finds Just as much
9. Tho start will bo inailo from tho, pieasmo In thanking a man for u kind
i.iakai entrance of tho Capitol ' wor(1 gnomon as they do for a material
grounds. Tho first car to loavo at 11 i expression bf feeling. Of courso, If
ono enn glvo something townrd mak.
Oyster Cocktails and
Every Day After 4 p.m.
SCOtty'S, The Royal Annex,
Cor. Merchant and Nuuanu Sts.
Theso two things nre n ship's bell
Mid n binnacle. Now vc hnvo heard
mi much about the gcucioslty unit
kood-feellng ot t'10 people of Hono
lulu, etc., so Isn't this little sugges
:t st n
Now thnt our friend Cooley has
gone back to the Orphcum, someone
has ventured tho suggestion that tho
great American play "Checkers,"
which Is making such u hit In tho
States, should ho tho noxt bill here.
It's jour move, Cooley.
is .tt sss
Sunday afternoon thnt piomlscd
baseball gunio betweon tho Chinese
A. C. nnd tho Knuhis will ho played
at tho park. Thero Is no doubt but
that It will bo a fast contest, nnd, re
member, It Is for the bcucllt ot the
dipt. Whlthlngton of tho Harvard
swimming team Is hark at his stud
ies this month. IIo's the Crluibou's
Princeton's swimming team hns
booked meets with Yale, Harvard,
Pcnnsy, Columbia nnd tho Collego of
the City of New York.
The Argonauts, senior champions
of Canada nnd tho United Stnten,
will coiupeto at tho International Re
gatta at tho Olympic (lames. Toms
and .Jacques, their crnck pair, will go
It in tho doubles.
The Princeton basketball team
has been suspended by tho A. A. U.
However, the Tigers may play col
lego fives under collcglato rules.
Finn Job Prlntlnc at th Bulletin.
DAY Oil Nil
Cottage, with medern Improvements; j
Emma Square, 'adjoining the resi
dence of Jus. I'. Morgan; rent J2S ,'
per month. ,
JA8. F. MORGAN,
j. m and miccceillns cars at intervals
of tin co minutes each.
10, Sntrunts will pot bo allowed
extra tlmo for troubles on tho road
and cars not arriving nt tho thteo'
liolnts of contiol within tho tlmo limit i
nig tho yacht typically representative
of Hawaii so much tho better, nnd so
much mora to that one's credit.
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HOTEL AND MILLER STS.,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY
JANUARY S TO 11.
Given under auspices of Hawaiian
Poultry Association, with the cooper
ation of Fanners' Institute, Hawaiian
Experiment Station and Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry.
CHILDREN UNDER 12 AT 10c,
Thero will be two association foot
ball games played between tho teams
of tho Hawaiian Football Association
next Saturday afternoon nt 2:30. Tho
first game will bo played between
the Diamond Heads and tho Punahou
(team and tho second between the
Mnllo and Y. M. C. A. teams. These
gumes will bo played nt Mnklld.
"Peanuts" Is happy. Not the ordl-
nary kind of peanuts that you crack
' between your lingers, but an extra
ordinary kind a llttlo Hawaiian lad,
I old und clever boyond his sizo, who
1 became so ennmored of Jack HlUs,
I the blc baseball catcher on tho Coast
teiini, that ho could hardly bear to
have him leave. And the reason for
"Peanut's" Jubilance Is nothing more
or less than a big fat loving letter
from Jack HIM.
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badly needed on boaid that yncht.
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Employment Office supplies all Na
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163 KING ST.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST.
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