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EVBNINU 'BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T, !!., FRIDAY, .IAN. 10, 1908.
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WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,, FRIDAY
v JANUARY 8 TO 11.
Given under auspices of Hawaiian
Poultry Association, with the cooper
ntion'of Farmers' Institute, Hawaiian
Experiment Station and Bureau of
Agriculture and Forestry.
CHILDREN UNDER 12 AT lOe,
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" The Mouth of the
Evening Prices.. 25; 35 and 50 cts
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
Says Hollow Timbers
It Is now nn itssureil fact that the,
mast mill spars brought down on the
S. C. illcn from (Irays Harbor will
not he u soil on the yacht Hawaii, in
n recent letter to the Yacht Commit
ter, II. II. Crownlnshleld, tlio design
er or tlu yacht, mmlc several spg
grstliint for improvements on tho
yncht, miming the most Important ns
tho use of hollow masts and spars.
This suggestion was at first thought
Imprnctlenlilc on nccount of (ho ox
pense Involved; hut now thnt'Lylo &
Sorciison linvo agreed In take tho
heej oft tho hnnds of the committee,
It hns been practically decided to
order another set. Theso will prob
uhly come overland fiom some place
In the Kast, and they wllf be rushed
ilown hero as quickly ns possible.
h Tho lines of tho now yacht arc be
ginning to take on their permanent
shapes of symmetrical beauty. Thcro
is no doubt but that tho boat will
prove a source of prldo and satisfac
tion to all, for she certainly Is n hum
mor. One point that lias not been
tpoken about as much nor given as
much pioiiilnetiic as It deserves nnd
Hint Is tho Interior llnlshlng of tho
bn.it. When the Hawaii Is tnken to
tho Coast she will be tho object of
more sightseers than almost any oth
er entering tho raco on account of
tho distance which nho will have
travelled In order to start with tho
rest, and naturally tlio Impression
that Is given to tho visitor on board
will bo tho one that will be talked
about. The lines of tho yncht arc a
credit to the builder, tho llttlngs of
tho yacht will bo a credit to the peo
ple of Hawaii.
Therefore It behocves everyone to
do everything lu his power to mnko
the interior of tho yacht beautiful.
Thcro Is no doubt but thnt tho Yacht
Committee Is exerting Itself to tho
utmost, but this little assembly ot
men cannot make the yacht n com
plete success without tho coopera
tion of the peoplo nt largo. It Is to
tho credit of Uio peoplo here, nnd es
pecially to those who havo como for
ward and donated cither money, ma
terial, or skilled labor, that nothing
bus yet been suggested for tho yncht
that lias not been forthcoming.
Snmewhoro around tho llrst ot
April lniB been tho time decided upon
for tlio launching of tho new craft.
She should bo fully completed ns to
her hull by that time nnd tho re
mainder of tho finishing toilers of
worlc can bo dono In short order.
TWO FOOMl VlS
Tho first gamo of tho scabon for
Iho Honolulu Socker KootPuII Asso
ciation will bo played tomorrow aft
ernoon at Maklkl. Thcro will ho
two games played, tho nrfit one be
ginning nt 2:30 In tho afternoon and
tho other nt 3:46 p. m. Tho teams
which will buttlo for supremacy will
be the Punahou A. C. vs, tho Dia
mond Head A. C, nnd tlio Y. M. C.
A. team vs. the Mallo tonm. Al
though It Is a Ilttlo early In tho sea
son as yet to make nuy conjectures
ns to tho probablo outcomo ot tho
Lhuinplonshlp series, it is acknowl
edged thnt both the Punahou nnd tho
Diamond Head clubs have some very
Mrong players and thoso aggrega
tions must be teckoned with when
tho time comes pir figuring out the
All ot tho players have not been
hclected us yet. There aro sevcrnl
players In each team who linvo got
to work-Jor their positions. Nearly
Ml of the players aro old staTs at tho
game, and there tiro some cracking
food contests assured. .The following
Is a list of tlio probable players In
tho games tomorrow:
Punahou Frailer, Spoucor, Hur
nott, McKlnnon, Davis, Dodge, Cat
ton (Capt.), Mon Yin, Thompson,
' Diamond. Jlcud K. Fernandez, Le
mon, 8. Chllllneworthr-W. Chilling
wort, A. Sinytho, It. Chllllngworth,
D. Sherwood, A. N. Other, Jno. Clarli,
It. Clark, E. Oriuio.
Y. M. C. A. Zelgler. Woo, Black
man, WnterhOuse, Oss, Anderson,
Spalding, Chalmers, Macconel, two
Mallo Uolscr, It. Anderson, Mc
dill, Oilier, Davls.iW. TlrnlU. F. Hal
ley, II. Iliilloy, tliny, Ken, .Jniiitetnii.
WHO WANTS A
A chnllcngo hns been issued by tho
members of tho Alliance baseball team
to tlio Chinese A. C. team to piny n
match gamo of ball, tho losers to
conic through with a good old-fashioned
"chop-suey" dinner, tho kind
that mother used to cook. With tho
.tnko n Chinese dinner thcro Is no
doubf but that tho gamo will bo fought
hard. Tho following Is tho unlnuo
challenge which was sent out by tho
Alliance boys. Their original names
Honolulu, T. II., Jan. 9, 1908.
To tho Manager ' '" Chlnoso Ath
letic Club, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Denr Sir: Tho Alliance Ilascball
team hereby challenges your team to
a gamo of baseball on February 3rd,
IPOS, 1:30 o'clock p. m at Aala park,
for it Chlnoso dinner. Our players nre
to bo selected from tho following:
"Shortjc" John m, Samuel "Lovl"
Allna, "Cousin Hdlsy" Wong (mascot),
"Poo Look" llong Chuck, "Ail-Around"
Sing Chong, "'Lntiklo" Mon Yin, "Con
rtil" Hep Tnl Chan. "Kattlo" Wall
Chan, "tied Lobster" Kau (nsst, yoll
leader), "Farmer" Olll Soong, "Mar
ried Man" Yap, "Smooth" Amora
Chlng (yell leader), Jos. "Jew" Zano,
"Huttlnsky" Y. I'ULou, "Orator" Tom
Ayoy, "Pretty" Ernest Loo, "Ico Wag
on" Chang Yow, "Handsome." E. S.
Kong, "lluttcr" Kau (usst. mascot),
"Alon" Kildle Ayau, "Smoothy" Chlng
Yot, "Studious" Cluing I.oy, "Hanker"
Chus. Ahfook, "Valedictorian" Ho
Tong, "Dansy Wnlklkl" Akana.
THE ALLIANCE HASEHALL TEAM
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Tho Miller street tennis court, the
property of tho Portuguese church,
Is to bo tlio scene of n lively tourna
ment somo time In Mnrcli. These
courts nre played upon by thrco
clubs comimsctl ot single men, mar
ried men aid ladies. Tho single men
nnd tho married men have onto'cd
into a du.H league. Fifteen single
(betH hnve.ibeen signed for. N
lll'ill Sllinil ATHLETICS
The annual field meet of tho High
School takes place n bit earlier this
year than it did last. It Is planned
to havo the Inter-class meet two
weeks beforo tho big March meet,
when all the athletes of the Island
come together. The High's meet
will bo In tho nnturo of u try-out,
as tho High School Intends to put up
n team in competition for running
honors, as well as far tho other
events which aro a feature of tho
Mnrcli meet. Such well-known names
us nice and Andrews flguro promi
nently in tho High School list.
Every day n falr-slzcd bunch enn
bo seen trying their prowess nt Jump
Ing. A Jumping pit, which Coach
lllnnclinrd finally Induced tho Hoard
ot Education to put In, is a now fea
luro nnd ono which tho boys appre
ciate very much. While thoirnctlfco
season Is yet young, somo good
heights havo been achieved. In An
drows the Highs have n tower of
strength. His polo vault record Is
Iho highest nt the school and he hns
miido somo astonishing jumps lu
Tennis ' Interest Is being revived.
Whllo tho High School has no courts,
p number of the students linvo ncccss
to tho various club courts In the city
nnd n number of fine players nro be
An Inter-class lenguo is being
formed and tho tpurnnments nro be
ing held nt both tho Quarantine Isl
and nnd tho Miller street courts. As
yet only boys' dotiblesnro being
plnycd, but later on It Is proposed to
piny mixed doubles nnd also singles.
The winner of the slnglo set Is td
bo the champion of the High School,
Some talk Is going around of taking
up u subscription to give tho wlnnor
a silver cup.
n 8 a
The best laugh of tlio season lias
boon brought on by tho statement that
tho yacht Hawaii would suroly cap
klzo J(. showoro to bo launched with
lier masts in her.
8ulToring Skylights! What would
happen when the valiant craft should
1 ut out to sea where tho waves, it Is
mid, are fully two feet high, some
times." Think ot It!
We aro saved.
Wo shall novor send our boat to
sea, for it suroly will turn turtle and
i vorybody on board will be lost.
Of courso, It tho liruvn Captain niul
WHITNEY fc MARSH
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OUK 1908 MODEL has just arrived, and is ready for
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Ills valiant crow should get real angry
and tako tho mutter Into their own
rands, Oh, but they won't. ' After the
lesson In seamanship that has been
'aught us, wo could nover think of al
lotting our pretty Ilttlo boat to go out
In tho rough, rough ocean. And, by
tho way. It would be a good Idea not
to launch (ho boat at nil, for sho would
tct wet If she wcro put in tho water.
Sho would look Just too cunning for
anything up on dry land nil tho time.
Thnnk you, llrothcr, for tho sugges
Mon and warning. Had It not been
lor you, our boat vtould surely bo duo
to uiu tho raco.
t: n a
Talk about strenuous! Tho ladles
of tho Young Woman's Christian As
nictation nro Just about thorcal can
dy lu tho Xoddy Hoosovult lino. Thnt
is, somo of them aro. Two afternoons
a week, Tuesday nn-1 I'lUlay, they
dress up In their daintiest gowns
(Tom might pass by) put on soft rub
hcr-solcd slippers, and go out and
play tennis tho wholo afternoon. In
this manner flioy keep In good phjs
leal condition nil tho time, Thcro are
homo real devotees of tho spoit among
Iho members, It Is Bald, nnd also somo
excellent plnycrs. Anyway, It's u
"loo" game, nnd that Is something
that every lady Is an udept at. Hero's
It II II
Tonionow afternoon will seo tho
football season on In full force. Tho
I'uiiahoiis and Diamond Heads clash
on tho gridiron for tho first gamo of
tho seasun. No, hardly tho first gamo,
lor tho alumni and students of Knmo
humeha havo smashed noses already.
That gamo, hoeor, was nuiro of -n
iunnlii' match than a real oM rough-nnd-tumblo.
Tomorrow tho men will
po to It for blood, ns ovory point
counts In tho raco for tho champion
President Vlerra announced today
definitely thnt thero would bo n game
of Imschnll at 'Aala Park Sunday.
Tho gamo will be between the two
most prominent teams of tho Knlanl
nnaole I.eaguo nnd thcro Is promised
ono of tho snappiest diamond con
tests of tho heason.
it 8 8
Tho Diamond Head Glco .Club
wishes it to lie' known that they will
not sing ut tho Chlncao celebration,
ns was previously stated.
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