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EVEXiyg BULLETIN ATLANTIC FLEET EDITION
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rluli Iiiiukch, Hie liotno or tho ynclit
cluli liehiK nl I'carl Hnilitir, vvlillu tho
liont chilis mo Bltuntoil nlong the en
trance to Honolulu ilnrlmr.
TcnnlH receives ltsnli;ire of nttcli
tlnn ninoiiK the mlhurlniiUc' followers
of Hint Hpni't In Hawaii, there IicIiik
revun prominent clillw m tho IbIjihIh.
Of Uicku tho l'ndflc llnretanla, Mn
non, mid Kwn Clulm urn local oil on
the IbIumiI of OnliH. the llllo Tennis
Club on Hnwiill, the Puuiielie Tennis
Cluli on Maul, mill tho Wnlmon Ton
JiIk Cluli on the IhIiiihI of Kuual. All
of tho cluli have excellent courts:
nml mulches, holh In tho elulis anil
lietwectl them, are constiintly In irn
Tho Rood old Kiinio ot i?o!f Is' not
forpotteu either, for thcie nro three
cxrillcnt links on the Islnnil of O.iliu.
The Oiihu Country Cluli links nro Ml
unleil In the lieaullful Nimaiiii Valley,
not far from tho famous Pall, flio
Honolulu (lolf Cluli memhers play on
tho links kept up by Hon. Samuel M.
Damon at Moanalua, which arc said
to ho tho best in tho Islands. The
other links nro situated nt Halclwa,
near tho Hnlelwn Hotel. It Is cus
tomary for Kolflsts to ko down to tho
hold links Saturday ovunhiRH nml
spend Sunday on tho Kreen. There
nro some excellent exponents of the
Kaino In Honolulu, us Is evidenced by
homo of the relics that havo been
AulomobllluK, of coin so. Is popular
heie; but It can hardly bo considered
as- ii spoit. Tho nutomobllo' Is used
moio as n, business vehicle In Hono
lulu than as a plencuro midline.
1'ootbull Is not so popular ns It
mlfiht be, this belii(? on account of
the warmth of the coarons, but r.t tho
Haino tlmo tliero nro leagues organlz
ed, both amoncst socker and Intoit
collcRlato (cams, that glvo tho grlill
ron hero plenty or opportunities to
flilne, nml the football fans n chance
to root themselves hoarhc. The Eng
llfh Ramo or cricket bobs forth resu
larly. tho number of llrllisb snorts.
men hero being sulllelent to furnish
mateilal for u couplo of teams.
Taking eveivthlnc Into consliler.i-
Hon. tho Rioatest ganio or them nil Is'
baseball. Honolulu Is baselnll-crazy.
Theio nro moio Inseb.ill teams of dlf
feient liatlunulltles heio than there
nio any oilier jilaeo In the world.
The hiiR that troubles so nnny lieoplo
In the States nml makes them throw
pup bottles at the umpire mid money
nt I ho blondo iiltchcr at tho ball
K.imes lias .o connueroJ the iioonlo
of Hawaii, haolo, Chinese, Japanese,
Hawaiian, nml Portuguese, that they
will Klvo up their Saturday or Sun
day, morning or afternoon, business
or other iilcnsuic, for tho sake of wit
nessing tho great American national
Ramo ot baseball ns It Is played in
tho Territory of Ildwnll.
STRENUOUS SPORTS OF ANCIENT HAWAII
Young Student Describes Games Of Olden Times
Hawaiians Were Great Boxers-Their One
Failing Was Tendency To Wager Even
Their Families On Result Oi Contest
(Hj W. I,. Cailer, lllolanl Collefie).
l.omt. lung uro. beroio the Hawaiian
people wcie vlnltetl li the whlto man
tho Islanilcis possesi-od a nunieions
variety of games and sporK which
I nil to lel.lle, have bren nlloweil to
become iilni'jst forRottcn by tho pres
ent generation, i
In those days a ory Interesting and
well-established custom obtained
. . .. the nnelcnt Hawallaus. This
was tho practice of holding during the
year li tenth nl called (lie Makulilkl.
devoted In gullies, nthlelle spoils and
lellglous ceremonies. The duiatlon
of this event extended through four
months, beginning in IKuwn (Octo
ber) and eliding In Kudu (.January).
All tho elders and common people nt
tended tho Mnkahlkl celebration and
laying nsldc nil work, passed tho tlmo
I Eiv:i;: EMM
Tv srar fiFni Trn-
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In sports and amuncinenls. The mort
lmpoitaul eventn or this festival oc
cm red during tlm latter part of tho
second month, Welehu (November)
At about 1hls tlmo tho natives began
to Hock Into the mnln towns nml vll
higes fiom tho outlying districts to
take part In tho festivities.
Ono of tho most popular sports en
gaged In then was boxing (moko
inokn). Tho mcthoil under which
these pugilistic nuiRhes was carried
out wan boinewhnt idinllur to that cm
jdojed by model 11 boxers. Tho ob
ject of tho contestants was not only
to strike each other in tho fiuo, but
also to ward off, blows by opposing
list to (1st, and not with tho roioarnn.
as lu modern encounters. Tho box
ers, with their fists covered with tapa.
took their stand within 11 ring sur
lounded by n great multitude of onger
spectators. Near by nit linage ot tho
god ot rpurts (nkiui p.ianl) was sta
tioned Heroic tho match boRan each
champion wns lutiodiiced by his sup
porters as being ot miuqunled sticngth
and skill in boxing. Tho contest then
begin but It consisted moro In wild
nwlirtlng hits than modern "boxing,"
The result of ono of these mutches
often wns tho loss r an eye or a
broken aim, and unite frequently tho
death of ono of tho contending parties.
Another favorite Bporl was kuklnl
(foot-racing). The kuklnl (swift run
ners) were professional runners. Kach
king or district had a. kuklnl, vlio held
ofHco as messenger
These men weru constantly kept In
training and considerable care was
taken ns to the food they nte Their
diet was only vegetables and coft
inenti. Tho runners alwnys took
great pains to run only upon their '
toes. If their footprints could bo
delicti d on the bea beach over vhleh
they had previously traveled, they
wore looked upon as being poor run
ners In training they ran Increasing
distances nt v;irloua speeds until at
length they were fully ublo to aecom
11IM1 long Journeys without fatigue.
When tho kings and elders were do-,
sirens ot roasting on a special Kind
of flbli which could only bo obtained
f 1 0111 certain ponds situated on the
Itoward sldo of their respective Isl
ands, one of thefo swltt-footed nics- (
rengers wns nt once despatched. Tho
pond to which ho wns i-ent would
orten be sixty or seventy miles away.
1 1 1 .11111 lnespeciivo 01 incso instances,
"HTTT" PWTTTTNflWnPTU llho runncr wou retur" wllU lho nh
. m. , "'MuWORTH Jnlivo. Threo famous runners worthy
A Winning Pitcher for the Diamond of mention vveio Kuohelo, boh of tho
Heads, in the Big League king of Moloknl; Uluanl, who lived
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MAONlFiCENl' POLO FIELD AT 3I0ANALUA. WHERE HON. S. M. D A3I0N HAS SPENT THO'AIIT) n
' 0REAT PLAY-GRO UND FOIl THE PEOPLE AMID MOST PICTURESQUE St'PR
on Oiihu, and Mukoko r Kniehs
lueha I or How'all
The hulling of tho 1 mi dl-c a
Ramo called "junlku " o. nln nm:l
ka." was also viry poptil. 1 'flit ill-;
or 11I11 win; n lounl. flat 'in about
three or four Inches In ilhiiueter, ant'
un Inch thick at the center. Inn lom
nt lho i-dg"S tieelint ns of the-.
Btoues are itlll common In liivallati
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An Inficldcr of Note in the Honolulu
bonnes T'mv are made of all kinds
uf stone, coral imd lava and oven
wood was soinellui u employed The
discs went lolled over 11 smooth anil
well beaten tnuk (Raima) especially
made Tor til puri'ii . Th" main point
of 1I10 idnyvni was to tee which one
could send his dlro tho farthest A
good plnycr would sometimes send
I his ill 11 a dlstnnce of about ir,00 feet
I Another method oC plavlng Mils game
wns to set up two sticks In the track
at fivv Inches apart, through which
tho nl'uerfl would mdeavor to rend
their discs. Specimens ot ancient ulu
courses me found In dlffeient pnrts
or the Islands, nml ionic thovv a curv
cd trncl: which must hivo ieiUlred
gient skill to negotiate. The ham
Immaturo fruit of tlu biendfriilt (11 n)
was sometimes used lu tiialka, win nee
piobibly the nntnu (iilii-maU.i).
Keiipuii, u gunio which consist d
lu thtovlm; sniiill arrows at n target
was also an ancient practice Th
arrows, about two feet In length, were
made from the dried flower stalk 01
the sugar eano, weighted nt ono en J
with clay. In this game Miles vveio
chosen and the side Hint scored the
greatest number of polntr was th'
winner. Tho thrower holding tho a,'
tow nl Its tail-end. stood up.ui a Blight
hill, from which to fling his durt. lly
holding the dart over his shoulders,
with n forward bwlng it wns scut gild
lug along the ground, which It every
now nml then touched and bounded
forward again Just as 11 Hat stono
may be made to skip over the sur
face of water. A more idctnretquo
hcemi could hardly lie imagined thin
to see mm, women and chlldien
eugcily engaged In this game which
has only been forgotten In the present
, Among many other fawn He giis
of the Islanders tho following 11.. j bo
Holun sliding down grass covered
'.illls on wooden sledges.
Hee-nalu riding tho surf on Hat
Hoo-hnkn-nioa cock fighting.
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A & 3 Mackay "Liqueur"
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sell at Pacific Coast Prices ali the
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