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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, TEtJ. 13, 1908.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES, FOR THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Tho United Slates ot America,
Plaintiff, vs. Luukla Malmka ct als.,
Defendant. Action brought In said
District Court, nnd tho Complaint filed
In the oilfcn or the Clerk of said Dis
trict Court, In Honolulu.
Tho President ot tho United States
ot America, Greeting: To Luukla Miv
Imkn, William M. Mnliuka, Amol Mn
liukn, wlfo or William M. Malmka,
John Doo and Mary Stiles, unknown
heirs at law of M. K. Mnliuka, de
ceased I'.rnest Kual. Richard Itos
and Martha Sides, unknown heirs at
law of SIiion K. Knaj, decoased, John
Kmmcluth, Atethcla Kmmeluth, wife
of John Ummcluth. C. It. lllshoji, Tcr
lttnry of Hawaii, C. M. Cooke, Itobert
Lowers, Frederick J Low re), J. 1'.
liackfcld, TiuDico, IMwIn M. Urcvrer,
Joseph llrever, Walter C. Peacock,
Mary Allco Peacenik, wife of Walter C.
Peacock, llathsheba M. Allen, M. P.
Koblnson, J. O. Curtcr, Paul Muhlen
.lorf, as Trustees under tho Will ot
Samuel C. Allen, deceased, J. O. Car
tor, W 0. Smith, S. 31. Damon, A. W.
Carter and B. Faxon Illshop, Trustees
under tho Will and ot tho Hstato of
Ilninlcc P. Ulshop, deceased, Mary H.
Foster, Holnrlch Wllhclm Ehlers,
Pr.ul J. r. Lhlors, William It. Pease,
Arlana K. Austin, Herbert Austin,
Walker Austin, anil Edith Austin,
heirs at law of I. W. Austin, deceased,
S. 31 Damon, C. M. Hyde, C. M
Cooke, J. 0. Cnrter, S. D. Dole, Henry
Holmes i,nd C. II. Illshop, as Trustees
of the Dcrn'co P. Illshop Museum,
Ilcrbcit Austin, walker Austin, as Ex
ecutors and Testamentary Trustees
undei tho Will of James W. Austin,
deceased, Christopher II. Lowers,
Mary Lewets, J. A. Cummins, Kupoka
Cummins, wlfo of J. A. Cummins, J.
O. Carter ob Trusleo under Deed of
Trust to him mado by J. A Cummlin,
dated October I, 18'jGj Henry Water
hoiio Trust Company, Limited, nn
Hawaiian Corporation, John Ilrowu,
James IJIark, 3Inry Purple, and Jano
lllne, unknown owners and claimants,
defendant. You uro hereby directed
to appear, and r.aswcr tht! Complaint
In an action entitled as nboo,
brought against you In tho District
Court or tho United States, in and for
tbo Tenltory of Hnwall, within twen
ty days from and nfler serlco upon
j on of n certified copy ot plaintiff's
petition herein, together with a certi
fied cop) of this summons.
And on aro hereby notified that
unless jou appear and answer iu
above required, tho said plaintiff T 111
tuko Judgment for any money or dam
ones demanded In tho complaint, as
.iiIbIiik upon contract, or it will apply
to tho Court for any other relief do
maiidcd In tho Complaint.
Vltnc83 tho Honorable San ford H.
Dole, Judgo cf said District Court, this
4th day of November, In tho year of
nur Lord one thousand nine hundred
and Bcven, and of tho Independence
of the United Stales the one hundred
FHANK L. HATCH,
United States, of America, Territory
of Hawaii, City of Honolulu, ss,
I, Frank L. Hatch, Clerk of tho
District Court of tho United States of
America, In nnd for tho Tenltory nnd
District of Hawaii, do heieby certify
tho foregoing to bo a full, true nnd
correct copy of tho orlslnal Petition
nnd Summons In case United States
vs. Luukla 31ahul;a ot als. as the same
remains of record and on fllo In the
ofllco of tho Clerk ot Bald Court.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
pet my hand and afllxcd tho seal ot
H.ild District Court this 4th day of
Novombor, A. D. 1807.
i Seal) FRANK I HATCH,
C'iork of United States District Court.
Territory of Hawaii
Road what Ayer's
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Local and National
Passing Of World's
Most Renowned Sculler
HANLAN'S BRILLIAN CAREER
KOHAIA RANCH CO., LTD.
At tho annual meeting of the stock
holders o ftho Kohala Ranch Co.,
Ltd., held nt Kapanu, Kohala, Ha
waii, Saturday, Fobruary 8th, 190S,
tho following wero elected officers
and dlicctors for tho ensuing year:
3. F. Woods President
M..R. Woods Vice President
M. Woods 2nd Vice President
H. P. Beckley. .Secty. and Treasure
Thos. W. Gregg Auditoi
P. W. P. Bluett M. Woodj
S. P. Woods I. H. Woods
M. R. Woods.
II. P. HKCKLKY,
Kohala. Feb. 8th, 190S. 3921-2W
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In Probate; at Chambers. In the
.Matter of tho Estate ot Manoel Sll
elra Pcrclra, decerned. Order of
Petition for Aliowunco of Final Ac
founts and Hlschnicg In this Kstato.
On rending and filing the petition
and accounts of Philomcua Scabury
I crelra, Executrix of tho Will of
Manoel Sllvclr.t Pcrelin, late of Ho
nolulu, deceased, wherein she asks
to be allowed $-1119.05 nnd sha clmrg-
ce herself with $122(1.00, and asks
that tho same may bo examined nnd
npprocd, nnd that n final order may
lio mado of dlstiibutlon of the prop
erty remaining in her hands to the
persons therein entitled, and dts
charging 'her from nil further to
sponslbillty ns such Executrix, It Is
r.idcred that Tuesday, the 10th clay
ct March, A. I). 1908, nt 9 o'clock a.
in., before the Judgo of said court at
tho court room ot tho said court nt
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, bo nnd tho
same hereby is nppolnted ns tho time
nnd pl.ico for hearing snld petition
and accounts, nnd that all persons
Interested may then and thero np
pear and show cause, If any they
buo, why tho samo Bhould not bo
granted, nnd may present evidence as
to who nro entitled to tho said prop
erty. And that notlco ot this order,
in the English language, bo publish
ed In the Inciting Hullctln, n news
paper printed nnd published In Ho
nolulu, onco a week for thrco succes
tlvo weeks, the lust publication to be
not less than two weeks previous to
tho time therein nppolnted for Bald
Dated nt Honolulu, this 31st dny
of January, 1908.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court of
the First Circuit.
(Sgd ) JOHN MARCALLINO,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit.
3914 Feb. 1, 8, ID, 22.
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The following story appeared
the Toronto Dally Star, it Is a eiy
Interesting article, tcllng, as It docs
of first-hand encounters with the
great sculler. Hanlan rowed In Ho
nolulu In 1884 nnd many ot the old
timers here will lemember tho race:
With tho death of Edwnrd Hnnlan
nt 1 o'clock this morning from pneu
monia passed the greatest sculler
that ever sat In n boat. As his friends
used to say, ho taught the whole
world the art of sculling. Ills ad
vent in the sport revolutionized tho
Ktjlo of lowing, Inasmuch ns he prov
ed that It required something moio
than brute strength to get speed out
cf n shell.
Hanlan wns no paper champion.
Ho was his tountry's Idol, nnd alwus
true to his friends nnd tho people,
who adored him. Ho always g.ivo
nls best, nnd ho went around the
globo seeking fresh worlds to con
quer. Numbers of times during his
lung nnd brilliant career Hanlan wnu
tempted with fabulous offers, but he
Hniilnu In Ills prime never hud an
equal as an onisnmn, cither unions
Ms contemporaries, his predecessors,
or his followers. In Haitian's day
thcio wero more llist-class scullers
than nt nny other period In tho his
tory ot rowing. It was tho climax
of sculling, and not a regatta In
Amerlin, but could gather together
fiom in to 20 men, nnd nil
of decidedly more than ordinary alill
l(y. Indeed, tiny ono ot these men
at his best could easily tnko care uf
tho champions of today. It was an
ige of champions, and Ned Hanlan
was the hliigTJT them nil. None ever
bent him, and he beat them nil.
Professional boat-racing In Hait
ian's time was tit the height of Its
popularity thu vvoild over. Tho news-
pnpers pavo pages of spaco to the
training reports of the men engaged
in the big matches, and thousands
traveled long Journeys to tho sceno
of tho decisive events. The ciowd
Hint tongregnted on one occnslon at
one of tho Toronto banks, clamoring
to have Its money cabled to England
to back "the boy In blue," wns so
great that tho doors ot tho bank
were broken In, nnd nn extra forco
of pollco hud to bo hurried down to
give tho clerks a chunco to get the
volume of business strnlghtcned out.
The Triekett Race
In this connection II. J. P. Good,
the dean of Canadian sporting writ
ers, nt that time sporting editor of
the .Mall tolls a story that will Illus
trate tho Interest Torontonlans took
in the doings of tho great sculler. It
wns In rofcrenco to tho race for tho
world's championship with Edward
lilckett on the Thames that Mr.
flood speaks as follows:
"Tho morning of 3Ionday, Novem-
I er IS, 1880, was tho day set for tho
lace, nnd, as might have been expect-
id, tremendous excitement ensued In
llrltnln, in Australia, in the United
States, and In Canadu, Never before
had u sculling match created so
much Interest, and never slnco has
cue done so. All tho world wns prac
tically agog, nnd every dally paper
hi prominence on this continent each
morning contained cablegrams de
tailing tho progress made In training
by the contestants.
"Tho betting wns heavy, never nny
thing like it, nnd the writer of this
wntf In tho thick of It, although he
never left Toronto. And thereby
hangs a tale. It was on the Monday
night prior to the race, or on Novem
ber 8, 1880, that n cablegram reach
ed Toronto saying that, at the final
deposit, set then to bo made, 'Levi
athan' Thompson, who was behind
the Australian, had offered to bet n
thousand pounds thnt his champion
would win. Tho cablegram stnted
In amount received back was $00, '11. 1..
At first the monoy wns plated nt
rdds-on; then Australian money came
In bo readily that some wns Invested
it events, but Canadian money Just
poured In, witlt the result that the
final betting was 10 to 4 nnd 10 to 3
on Hnnlan. As has been snld. the
ace was towed Monday morning nt
8 o'clock. On the Sunday night prc
lous, at 9 o'clock, this cablegram
was received from 31r. Whltefoot:
5000 ($25,000) uninvested, what
fhull I do with It?" The answer
Hashed back wns, "Get It on nt nny
rdds," nnd It wns got on, although
Canadian money that went over with
Hnnlan'H caretaker, wno was also
tlcward of the Toronto Rowing Club,
was teturncd uninvested. At great
tost Mr. Whltefoot hired tugs to go
up and down the river to Interview
tho occupants of tho following
ttenmers, and It wns then that, the
Australian money running out, tho
odds on Hanlan went up to the clos
ing figures already given,
"Although no arrangements had
previously been made for the trans
action, bettors expected to be paid
instantly after the result becama
known or within n day or two nt
most, but tho monoy wns not forth
coming. 31 r. Whltefoot, the agent-In-chief
lu England, went uwiiy for u
holiday Immediately after the race.
Cablegram nftcr cablegram seveiul
times a day weio sent to ascertain
his whereabouts, but without result.
Meantime all kinds of stories wore
In circulation that Mr. Whltefoot
hud gone to Spain, where he would
bo Joined by 'yours truly,' nnd so on."
Not n word further caino from
London until, Friday, Saturday and
Sunday having elapsed, Monday came
I omul. Tho sender, saving to Ills
wlfo, "I have done no wrong. I will
fuco them," got out ot bed, dressed,
nnd wns lu the act nt lalhoilng Ills
face when the street door was opened
nnd n bank tifTlclal rushed lu with
tho Joyful cry: "The money's here,
(lood; the money's hero!" nnd then
Good know nothing for some mo
monts. The money had been cabled
to Toronto tho very first minuto It
could bo got past the clearing-house.
Then came tho paving off, and If
tho sender, with some savage glee,
watched check-holdcis running to
tho bank, ho can be forgiven. And
the same chcck-holdeis did not then
renllio how near thc came to losing
Ihclr monoy, for It Is told that after
passing Hammersmith llrldgo, llau
Ian nppcarcd to be "done," and paus
ed. His coach, ono John or Jacob
lltlght, a north countryman, who, ns
usual In England, accompanied his
man in an eight, looked around with
dismay, but, seeing that tho Austra
lian was In tho same plight, excited
ly shouted, "Como on, ou! The big
'tin's bent; tho big 'un's beat!" Han
lan responded, and won by n couplo
of lengths. Hut It wns u closo shave
for that JOO.dOO.
(Sidney nnd Blade!! Trtublee
ule bun MlfflrV
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tentton paid to JOB WORK, and re- Hundreds of dollars were subscrlb.
pairs executed at shortest notice. i cd and Mr. Good cabled It to T. II
Whltefoot, editor of tho London
Sportsman. On thu Saturday beforo
tho race Mr. Good wns overwhelmed
with money. Ho ndds:
Arrived nt tho bank, I threw It out
on the counter. Hut the crowd that
hnd gathered In the sttcet wns mi
great that tho bunk doors hnd to bo
closed, nnd then the pounding was so
vigorous that the bank officials com
manded tho tecolver to leave. Con
sequently tho money was placed In n
great big silk handkerchief, and, cs
coiled by K. S. Cox nnd u bank olf!-
lal, wii3 taken over to tho top story
of the Amoilcau Hotel, which then
fctood whuio the Hoaid ot Ttudo
building stands now, and thero coun
ted. What tho exact figure wns Is
lust to memory, but ut nny rate the
Ned Hnnlnu's Championship career
may be summarized ns follows:
Championship of Canada
Race S Miles
1877 llcnt Hoss at Toronto.
1878 Dent I'laistcd at Toronto.
1878 Heat Hoss at Kennebecasts.
Championship of America
1878 Heat 3Iorrls nt Pittsburg.
1878 Heat Courtney nt Lnchlno.
1879 Heat Courtney nt Chatau
iuu. 1SS0 llcat Courtney nt Potomac.
1880-Mleat Hiley at rotomac.
Courtney's boat was sawed.
Championship of England
1879 lleut L'lllott on Tyne.
Championship of World
1880 llcat Tutkett on Thames.
1881 Ueat i.nycock on Thames.
1881 Dent llojd on Tyne.
1882 lleut Triekett on Thames.
1883 lleut Kennedy nt Iloston.
1S83 Ilent Hoss at Ogdensburgs
18S4 lient Lncnck on Nepean,
1881 Aug. 16, lost to lleach.
Records Made and Held
2 miles ut Vlctoila,
!l miles nt Victoria, II, C rnco
3 miles nt (Julnslgnmond Lake,
:t miles 700 yuitli, Tyuc, race 21,
01. I miles at OgdeiiBburg, race 27.-117.1-7.
5 miles at Chntnun.ua, time 3:1.56.
5 miles at Ch'utumiuu, trlnl 32. 30.
II. C, rnco
N'cd Hnnlan wni born nt linnla
Point, Toronto Island, on July
1855, nnd Is consequently only 52
jenrs of ngo today. He stood 6 feet
10 nnd weighed 217 pounds when he
died. In his rowing dujs his normal
weight was around 105, nnd his row
ing weight 150.
A summary of his principal races
will give some notion of the wonder
ful skill ot Hanlan us n sculler.
1874 Aug. lb; Heat Louden nnd
Pattullu on Hurllngton Day for On
1.876 Sept. 1: llcat Louden at To
ion to for Ontario ehumplunshlp.
1S7C Aug. 10; Heat McCnitu nt
Toronto 4W Ontario championship.
Sept. 4, 5, and G; Heat, ut the Cen
tennial lu Philadelphia, 15 picked
professionals lu tho world lu two
heats nnd n final at three miles In
21.01, the' fastest time up to that
date. Among his old and seasoned
competltois were. Higgins, cx-chum-plon
of Kngland; .Morris, chnniptoti
ol America; I'laistcd, 3IcKcan, Ward,
and John Smith.
1377 June 31: llcnt Wallace Itoss
on the Kennebecasls for the Cumidlnu
championship at live tulles.
July 1: Ueat tne best scullers In
America ut u regatta at llrockvllle.
July 4: Heat I'laistcd and Kennedy
ut Cape Vincent, N. Y.
Oct. II: Ilent Ross nt Toronto for
1378 May 15: Heat Plnlsted nt
June 20: Ilent Morris at Pittsburg
for American chnmplonshlp
Aug. 12: Hc.it Itoss, Morris, Horry,
Luther, McCnnn, HllloU, mid others
ut n regatta at Ilnrrle.
1879 April 3: llcnt Hawdcn on
tho Tyne, Hnglnnd.
June 10: lleut Hlllott on tho Tyne
for thu championship ut Hnglnnd.
Aug. 16: ltowed dead heat with
Hlley at regatta at Ilarrle, after be
ing fouled by Klllott.
Oct. 10: Ilc.it Courtney nt Clintnu
qun, Courtney's bout having been
1S80 3In) 19: Heat Courtney ut
May 23: licit lllley on Potomac.
June 17: Lost regatta on Potomac,
Icing obliged to quit through n
itltch lu his side, Itoss, Hlley, Ten
Kjck, mid Gnudaur finishing lu that
Nov. 15: Heat Triekett on Thnmes
for thu Hngllsh championship cup,
which was turned over for tho
A-orld's championship. This trophy.
having been won three times, Is now
lu Hiinluii's home, but thu Jl100
thnt went Willi It bus flown,
18S1 Keb. 14: Ilent Laycock on
1882 April 3: Heat Hoyd on tho
SIny 1: Heat Triekett on Thames.
On his return homo ho was match
ed to row Itoss nt Winnipeg, but that
foe of all athletes, typhoid, closed his
(arcer for thnt year. Tvvico ho wns
given up ns hopeless.
1883 3Iny 31: Ueat Kennedy nt
June 15: lleut Hoss, Gnudaur, Tee
nier, Hosmer, McKny, Leo, nnd oth
cis ut it regatta at Pullman, III.
Juno 20: Won regatta at St. Paul
with America's best taking part.
Aug. 18: Heat Hoss nt Ogdensburg.
Aug. 25: Heat Hosmar and Leo nt
Fulton, N. V.
He nlso won n regntta nt Stirling
with 17 starters, and ut Full ltlver,
with 15 rowing, was Bwampcd by the
iwcll of n steumor. He gave exhibi
tions all over tho United States nnd
won In all, 23 races, Including i or 6
He nnd Lee went to the coast,
whore he wns to row "Long" Steven
son, but the latter refused to row on
the rough water. Exhibitions were
given nil along tho const.
1884 Late In the year 1883, hav
ing couqiicicd all on thU side of the
hemisphere. Hanlan sailed for Aus
tralia, giving an exhibition on tho
way ut Honolulu before a vast con
course of people
Juno 22: Heat Laycock on Nepean.
llcat IMwnrds twice.
Arrived at Sdney, N". S. W.. Sat
urday, March 15, and on Monday wus
given a grnnd reception. He gnvo
exhibitions nt Melbourne beforo 10,
000 people, ut llallarnt, Brisbane,
Hoopcrstown, Launceton, Auckland,
Sjdney, Walla Wago, Cockatoo Isl
r.nd, and Western Australia, his tour
extending from May 22 to tho middle
ot July. v
On Aug. 1G, 1884, ho wns beaten
for tho first tlmo since tho beginning
of his cnrcci by William lleach on
the Paramatta ltlver for the world's
championship, lleach refused to
low him n week lutcr. Eventually
tho Australian bc.it him ngnln, but
It wus not the old Hnnlan,
Hnnlnn's career may bo snld to
have closed on that Aug. 1G, on tho
Paramatta, though ho did row several
races, continuing us into as 1890,
when ho heat llackctt, nnd incident
ally won seven races ot all kinds that
"Pncky" Mcl'arlaml declares Hint
Ilert Kejes is the most nwkwnrd
fighter ho ever met. I la buvs It was
.impossible to get homo u straight
punch nnd that when ho snw what
u "mut" Ilert wus ho didn't try very
hard to stop him, fearing thnt ho
might put his hands out ot commls-tdon.
"jAmerica's Best Athletes
Selected By An Expert
Only Seven Of Fifty-three Men
Chosen Were Members Of
Team That Won Champion
ship At Athens
Martin A. Delanej, the athletic ill- per. Oljmpla A. C; Frank Sheehnn,
rector of the Kansas Clt Athletic J South Ilottun; Joseph Ilrownlow, I.
Club, who excels nt truck and Held A. A. u.; h. li. Parsons, nle; uuy
work, makes the prediction that the "nsKins. iniverslty or Pennsylvania,
team that will be selected to repre- 1500-mctor, 1G39.6 arils J I).
j l.lglilioil, Chicago University; P. .1.
sent the United States In the Oljmplc
games to be held In Loudon next
July will bo 50 per cent, stronger
than the band of athletes thnt won
the championship ut Athens in 1900.
Delnncy attributes this great Im
provement to the collegians who will
make the team nnd to the 8) stem of
trjouts for selecting the athletes.
There probably will be three trotits,
one In New York, one In Chlcngo,
mid perhaps one on the Coast. These
meets will weed out nil the athletes
but the stais.
Dclnncy has picked n team of
American athletes fifty-three In
number which he believes could
gather In the championship ot the
London games with ease. Of the
flfty-threu men selected only seven
wero members of tho team that Jour
ne)ed to Athens nnd plucked Olympic
honors. The seven uro: J. 1). Light
body, P. T. Sullivan, George V. Hun
ting, Itay C Hvvry, .Martin Sheridan,
Mver Prlnsteln, V.. 11. Parsons. Guy
Hnsklns, the Pennsylvania!!, may tint
be a member of the team. Hnsklns
Is nn Australian, and theio Is some
doubt nt present ns to his eligibility
to compete on the American team.
Itnlph ltoso Is under the alleged taint
of professionalism, but tne clouds
probably will be cleared by the date
set for tho trvouts. It is u notable
luct that Delnney's Bprliitlng team
numbers on Its toster not n sprinter
who accompanied the Athenian band,
llnlin Is n professional, Moulton Is
nut of athletics, Haton and Robinson
will probably be eliminated In the
trjouts. Following Is the team
which Doluney sajs would gather
ninny laurels nnd tho championship
of tho world for the United States:
100-meter, 109.3 yards Nut J.
Curtmell, University of Pennsylva
nia; Dan Kelly; II. J. Huff, Chicago
A. C; P. C. Gerhardt, Olympic A.
C; W. J. Keating (22 1-5), I. A. A.
C; C. Cloughen, I. A. A. C,
200-meter , 218.G yards Same
men ns above.
400-iiic'ter, 437.2 ynrds J. 11. Tay
lor, Unlveisity of Pennsylvania; K.
II. Parsons, Yale; .Melvln Shcppard,
I. A. A. C ; J. Trcvan, I. A. A. C;
G. II. Ford, N. Y. A. C: Frank Slice-
ban, South Huston.
800-meter, 874.4 ynrds Melvln
Shcppard, I A A. C : Andrew Glar-
Sulllvun, I A. A. C; Guy Hnsklns,
Unhersllv of Pennsylvania; Spider
Coe. .Michigan; S. A. Itodgers, N. Y.
A. C ; lMwnrd Lewis, Cornell.
.1200-Meter, 3197 nrdB, steeple
chase, three hurdlles nnd one water
Jump; nlso 6-mlle run II, L. Trube,
Cornell: Hd Nebrlch. N. Y. A. C :
F. A. Howe. Michigan; I'red. Ilellnr,
N. Y. A. C : (1. A. Hull, Michigan;
George Collins, I A. A C ; C. P. 3In
goflln. Cornell; J J. Daley, I. A. A.
C ; George Honhng, I. A. A. C.
lluidles, 110-meter nnd 410 me
ter John Gnrrclls, Michigan; John
Filer, Jr.. I. A. A. C; T. II. Hubbard.
Amherst; Forrest Smlthson, I. A. A.
C ; A. 11. Shaw, Chlcngo A. C ; W. It.
3lcCilllough. N. Y. A. C.
Team races and walks, three miles,
3500-meter utid 10-mlle walk To bo
made up, taking no special men for
the events. Team Is long on men
good In the half-mile, thu mile, two
mile and five-mile events.
Standing broad Jump and standing
high Jump Hay Hwry, N. Y. A. C:
L T. Cook, 1. A. A. C : Murtln Sher
idan. 1. A. A. C ; John Gnrrells, Mich
igan. Ho), step nnd Jump nnd running
broad Jump Dan Kelly (23-11),
University ur Oregon; 11. T. Cook
(23-19). I. A. A. C ; (1. P. O'Connell,
(23-G), N. Y. A. C ; 3!er Prliisteln
(24-7 1-2), I. A A. C.
Polo vnult Wnlter Dray (12
5 1-2), Yule; .1. II. Lanlgun (12-1),
Unlveisity of California; Leroy 8am-i-o
(12-3), C. A. C.i Claude Allen
(12-5), I. A. A. C.
Running high Jump H. A. Gldney
(C-5), llonlon A. A.; F. lllsley (if-3),
I. A. A. C; Hull (C-4 1-8), Califor
nia; MolTett (G-4), University ot
Pennsylvania; Marshall, Yale.
Hammer, shot, discus and Javelin.
31artln Sperldan, I. A. A. C: Untpli
Hose, Olympic A. C; Leo Talbot, IC.
C. A. C.j John Flanlgnn, I. A. A. C.J
Mnlt McGruth, N. Y. A. C.J John
it tt s
"When tho ball Is down, nnd tho
putter handed to the cnddle, It Is not
well to sny, 'I couldn't havo missed
It ' Silence Is best. The pallid cheek
and trembling lip bello such bragga
docio." Sir Walter Simpson.
When Ju go to the country you go
to see things that are different from
those to which you are accustomed.
To properly enjoy them you should
go in a conveyance that will afford
the greatest ease and in which you
can make any speed desired. We
have the machine; we know every
foot of this Island and can guide you
to the most interesting points.
J. A. McLEOD,
Always Ready, All Hours.
For Sidehone Spavin, Ringbone,
Enlarged Tendons, and old and per
sistent cases of lamcnes3.
SAFE CURE and EFFECTIVE.
Acts like magic on shoulder, hip,
loin and early tendon lameness.
Obtainable at all druggists and
& SONS, Honolulu
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