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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., THURSDAY, AUO. 6, 1903.
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Annual Race To Kilo
For New Irwin Cup
Hoof Ointment -
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A new chapter in local yachting Is
oncnliiR up. A mngnllleent tionhy
offered by V. a. Irwin has arrived
here, and Is In readiness to bo turned
over to t!iu Hawaiian Yncht Club, ns
booh uu ttic mcnibcts have decided on
thi! details of the nutter. It la left
U to them to say what shall be the
race for which this cud shall be
awarded, and under what conditions
It thall bo Hulled. The question will
lio taken iiji at a nicotine which Is
to be held Bhortlj'. And, after It
has been officially determined who
shall rccclvo the cup. It will bu for
all time in tl'c hands of tho club.
The most Important of the sugges
tions o.Vcrcd in connection with this
cup It that an nnnual race to IIIIo
fiom this port bo arranged, nnd thnt
tills tiophy go for winner. Tho BUg
g'stlon conies from Mr. Hlchards. It
.' Inspired by tho recent rnco to tho
Hawaii poit In which the Trans
I'arlllc racers figured, an event which
nloved of absorbing interest, nnd
In nuking tills donation, Mr. Irwin
left it entirely up to tho jachtsmon
to arrange the details. He has sent
the cup heio without inscription. As
i oon U8 It Is determined of what soit
tho ionte.it Is to bo in which tho cup
vlll figure. It is to ho inscribed by
Shall it bo n perpetual trophy? Or
ulull it finally go to borne winner
permanently, after he lias mado good
under conditions Jet to bo llxei'? Is
tho race to bo a short and local
event? !a it to bo over a triangle
rotirso such as one of the contests for
tho Amcrlcu Cup is sailed over? Such
a race has been proposed by one of
tho yachtsmen hero. Or will It bo
tho big nice to IIIIo; n popular prop
osition, which would furnish a real
ity large annual event In Hawaiian
The cup Itself Is a beauty. It Is
of plain design; n slender sliver nnd
'gold goblet. Hanked with beautifully
I symmetrical buck-horn hnndlcs. Mnde
In San Francisco by Shrove & Co.,
It li now In charge of W. M. aiffard,
tho local manager for Irwin & Co. He
!li merely uniting to hear to whom
lie Is officially to turn over the cup.
I Otic of tho best features in con
nection with the whole matter 14 the
proposal of this IIIIo race. Tim es
tablishment of a classical fixture of
such mugnltudo In yachting circles
hero would lend an impetus "to tho
sport which would bo worth while,
and local yacht-racing would bo lift
ed to quite nn appreciably more dig
nified nnd weighty plane.
' Tho only trouble Is thnt it In pos
sible an objection will bo made to any
race In which It would not bo prac
ticable for the Hcleno to enter.
ITS OK IK
Schilling, the would-bo boxer, has
mado good in one line, the commer
cial. Ho sold Jack McK.idden u hat
.for $4 that cost Mm $1.25 six months
ago. The laugh is on Jack, but cv
orjono is wondering now why Schill
ing left In such a hurry on the Ala-
u n a
CHAMPION OOTCH TO RETIRE.
Houston, Texas, July 17. Frank
notch, champion wrestlor of tho
world, announced Inst night thnt after
the exhibition in Galveston Friday
idght with Herman Iiornntt ho will
retlro from the mat.
AMERICA'S OLYMPIC RECORD
Sores of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure of Kanker,
Thrush, and Foul Feet. 4
Black Douglas Oil Snrams, Strains, Shoulder and Ten
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blister, and can be used while the
horse is in daily work.
leading Druggists Keep Them.
TELEPHONE 1189. P0ITIE & SONS H0N0IULU
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Owing to larger factory facilities, can offer ever; fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FEFSH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, F0HA AND OUAVA
JELLY NOV ON HAND.
They Have Arrived
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
LONDON', Eur., July 23. When
Smlthson won tho fastest hurdle r.ico
in athletic history ho completed tho
most brilliant record any country has
ever made in Intel national meeting.
In twenty-four purely Olympic events
our country won fourteen firsts.
Claims arc now advanced by Great
Ilrltaln that she won the greatest
number of firsts, but her list In
cludes a lot of gcntlo exercises, in- (
eluding urchory, motor boating, and
tho like, which no foreign country
cmno heio to contest. Our fouitcun'
lctoiles weio made on purely Olym
pic contests. Wo do not oven Include
tho vlctoilcs In swimming, tennis,!
meaning, mm snooting. Tlio meet
ing has proved our championship
mining the nations. Great Ilrltaln,
with all her colonics .scored eight
(lists, Including tho disputed quarter-mile.
Where, sho thought herself
Invincible, sho was beaten badly. Kn
durnnco was supposed to bo her
ttiong point. She would conceda no
Amcilc.in bettor than ninth place. In
the Marathon, jet tlueo Aniei leans
finished among tho first five and tho
first Englishman thirteenth. As a re
sult of tho meeting American confi
dence in Uiltlsh spoitsmanship is
badly Etinlncd. Despite tho announce
ment, "May tho best man win," our
lctorlc3 woro received frostily. Kor
winning tho gicut half-mllo Shop
paril was less heartily applauded
than many Englishmen winning u
tilal heat without competition. One
thing which had great bearing on the
losult was that our boys worked to
gether. The men cheet fully Saul-
flccd thcmsolves for tho good of tho
team. Muiphy Is something more
than an excellent trainer.
Ho dovoloped the natlonnl feeling.
It Is woithy noting that tho New
York Irish-American Club won eight
firsts, as many ns Great Ililtuln and
nil her colonics. Altogether It was
a tptcal body of Americans that up
hold our standard, policemen, clorks,
students, nnd professional men, i op-
Come and see both the touring car
and the roadster.
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' Bulletin Editorial Kooni Phone 185.
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C. H. BEHN
tcscntlng'all sections of tho country.
America's athletic piowess Is vin
dicated. -Tho grandest aggregation of ath
letes ever Bent to competition by this
or nns'-oVhir country In the history
of sport cairled off the world's pre
mier honors of the fifth Olympiad at
tho Stadium, Shepherd's flush. Tho
meeting, so fur us the field and track
championships are concerned, termi
nated today. Though Amcilca had
tho chief honors cinched for tho past
few days, it was not until the last
event was terminated that tlio glory
of Undo Sam's plucky sons was most
forcibly Impressed on tho great
hordes of sport-loving people the
Manager Halpln and his men were
foiced to swallow .many a bitter pill
by tho unprecedented hnrdheaded
ncbn of the Urltish management. The
doses were gulped down without a
whimper more than a stereotyped
piotest, which usually availed noth
ing. Two events tho nrltish practi
cally dole. These wcro tho tug-of-war
and tho 400 meters flat. Tho
III st Auiorlca permitted to go by do-
fault, because tho Liverpool men
iigaliist ,wlioni they wcro pitted weio
permitted to wear shoes which In no
wise conformed to the diastlc rule.
Uncle Sam was jobbed out of the sec
ond, Carpenter being disqualified aft
er boating Halswelle, tho English
crack, In tho easiest sort of fashion.
Hut England gained nothing by
the arbitrary action, It proved event
ually that America did not need the
points of which It was cheated. Tho
Dillons woro beaten In two ovents of
which they wore most confident tho
1500 meters and Marathon races
tho features of tho athletic carnival.
Hut with a fair field and no favor
thcio Is not tho slightest doubt that
Amcilca would have scoird more
points than all the rest of tho world
combined. It will be a long time be
fore any team again compotes in
OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURL0W Propiietor; late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
ana Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
$30,000 Pledged For a
Ely, NevJtily 28. It was announc
ed today that (30,000 was pledged at
a meeting held here last night be
tween Tex Hlckard and a number of
prominent men who havo interested
themselves In seeing that Hlckard has
all the backing necessary to secure it
fight between Juck Johnson nnd Tom
my Uurns, tho heavyweight pugilists,
to bo held at Ely on Thanksgiving
Day. Tho Clans-Nelson light was giv
en up, as It wbh thought a meeting
between thu two heavyweights will
draw a larger crowd,
i Tommy Hums wroto fiom Franco,
just before departing for Australia,
that he will surely fight Jack Johnson
as soon ns he returns to America.
"And beat him, too," says Tommy.
Its evident thai ho doesn't loso nny
Kloep worrying over what they can
show in tho Antipodes.
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Apropos the proposed trip of the
Reach's All-America Stars, taking in
tho Orient and including Honolulu,
n scheme promoted by Jess Woods
and Mike Klsher, the San Francisco
Mike Klsher was tho happy kid this
morning. A messenger boy slipped
him a cablegram from Jess Woods,
who devoted all of last week arrang
ing games for Iteach's All-America
Stars In Japan. There was Just a lit
tle doubt in Fisher's mind how the
Japanese would welcome a visit of
nn American club. Though Woods
cairled with him the best of 'creden
tials still there was a lingering sus
picion In Mike's mind that his part
ner might havo his troubles arrang
ing games with tho Mikado's sub-
Maptu Tim pMairrnm .hnlVAVItr.
makes the trip an assured success.
Woods cabled that he found Interest
in the trip Intense all over Japan,
and he had no difficulty framing a
schedule of games. As it costs about
$!i00 a word to send a message from
Japan to America, Woods was short,
but was long enough to make Fisher
tho happy man.
"Everything Is all right now," said
Fisher, producing his cablegram,
which was In cipher. "You can't
road It, but according to our code,
Jess wires that the Japaneso arc
ciazy about our Invasion. Ho found
Interest keen In all tho Japanese cit
ies ho visited. The Japanese gave
him u fine reception, and he had no
trouble whatever getting games with
different clubs. Ho will )onva right
away for Hongkong and then to Ma
nila. It will be easy sailing for Jess
tho rest of tho wny. Thero are mi.
many Americans in the Philippines
that It will bo like rolling off a log
to arrange games there. They will
be more anxious to see us there than
In Japan. In about a couple of weeks
I expect to havo another cable from
him telling me of his arrangements
Itt FOOD FOR AALA FANS a
Willie Espinda and Joo Clement
nro now working for the Kahulul
Hallway ficlght office, nnd playing
with tho Kahulul baseball team. They
will not bo with tho PalamaB this
tt a n
Ho I.lm's special baseball team will
play with the Aleas an August 23d
ut Wahlawa grounds. W. A. Fair will
act as manager ane W. Tin Chong
ns secretary of this special aggiega-tlon.
n tt tt
Ilcrnard Kolokolio, former presi
dent of tho Ktvcrstdo Jr. Leaguo Is a
promoter or the Kalllil-kal dancing
hall, and also acts as one of the in
structors. tt tt tt
Albert Akann, captain of tho Chi
nese Aloha Club, has tendered his
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The tennis team to g- to. I'uuncno
Is as follows: J. P. Cooke, John Wn
torhouso, D. W. Anderson nnd CO.
Ilockus, Capt. E. H, Humphrey nnd
Harold Castle, W. V, Ttoth and S. M.
Ilallou, nnd F. E. Steefe and It. D.
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Corey, Pa July 2C. The Corey
Ha8eliall Club today won n 23-lnulng
gamo from tho Falconer, N, Y., team
by a score of 3 to 1, Pltchor Uedlent
of rulconor struck out forty-two men,
n woild's record, while Illckfoid of
Corey retired sixteen men.
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