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ftVENlNO nULLETiN, HONOLULU, T H., MONDAY, DHC. 14,. 1008. t
Make Your Plans
For Poultry SHow
BOARD OF MANAGERS ISSUE RULES FOR EXHIBITION TO BE HELD
DURING MIDDLE OF JANUARY PRIZE BIRDS WILL BE
ON DISPLAY AT SHOOTING GALLERY HO
Tlio fourth nnnuil exhibition of t lo lUwntlnn Poultry Association will
bo held In the National Cliianl Shooting nailery, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday, .January 13-15, 1003.
Tho oniclal pronilum (let has boot. lHsu.ed.by tho board of managers.
The rules follow: r I' "
Head carefully tho RiiIor In this Premium Met, for your thoroiiKh
knnwledgo and observance of them will Krcatly assist tho Superintend
ent In giving jour birds the proper attention.
Tho Secretary will receive entries cither by remittance In the
addressed envelope enclosed wit this Premium List, or at "Halo
linla," Vlnoyard St. (Kast of Emma) fiom 4 to 8 o'clock p. m.
Use the shipping tag enclosed so thnt our coop may be readily
found after tho show.
Have your birds nt the National Guard Shooting Gallery on tlmo
not later than 7 o'clock p. m. on Monday, January 11. 109. (8ee
Sees. 26 and 27.) nvcry bird must bo In Its place when judging com
mences at 8 o'clock the next morning.
THE HAWAIIAN POULTRY ASSOCIATION,
J. J. OHEENE,
Poultry Show Rules
The following rules and regulations shall be printed on-back of
"entry blank or In tho Premium List used by all branch and associate
members of tho American Poultry Association, or any other clubs or
societies whose exhibitions arc to bo held under the poultry show
rules of the American Poultry Association:
Section 1. Permission to hold shows under the rules of tho
American Poultry Association by non-members must bo made In
writing at least thirty days before the premium list of tho show
npplylng goes to press. Application of a Bhow for permission to hold
Kb show under American, Poultry Association rules Is considered as
u guarantee thnt tho show rules will bo faithfully observed.
Sec. 2. Any person under disqualification by the American Poul
try Association for fraudulent practices Is Ineligible to compete or
Judge at this show.
Sec. 3. Every bird entered for competition must be tho bona
fide property of tho exhibitor; otherwise all entries of the exhibitor
shnll bo cancelled, he shall forfeit all entry fees, shall receive no
prlzo money or other premium, and If ordered to do so, must removo
his exhibit from the show room within forty-eight hours. In caao
of dlxqunlltlcntlon under this rulo other exhibits may, at the discre
tion of the management, bo moved up In the list of winners, subject
to tho disqualified exhibitor's right of appeal.
Sec. . Any exhibitor nt this Bhow, It cnlled upon to do so by
tho mnnngemont, shnll ninke-ntTlilnvIt that he Is the bona fide ownor
of every bird entered by him for competition.
Sec. C. This nssoclntion reserves the right In the event of It
coming to the Knowledge of the management that nny disqualified
person Is exhibiting, to cancel his entries, entry fees to be forfeited,
and prize money and other premiums withheld.
Sec. C. All expenses of transportation must be prepaid, and all
specimens entered at risk of owners. The Association will not be
responsible for loss or damage by fire or otherwise, but will excrclsu
nil reasonable vigilance In tho care of exhibits and tho police arrange
ments of tho hall. .
Bee. 7. Exhibitors must not Interfere with, nor nttempt In any
manner to Influenco tho Judge or Judges officiating nt this show.
8oc, 8. The Judges shall be required personally to place or
superintend the placing of all prlzo ribbons or prlzo cards on tho
coops of tho winning specimens.
Sec. 9. No bird shall be removed from tho show until 'the closo
of tho same without tho written consent of tho secretary of tha
Sec. 10. Any exhibitor who shnll bo disqualified at this show
Tor fraudulent practices shall have tho right of appeal to the Execu
tive Hoard of the American Poultry Association, also to the next
annual meeting of the association, within one year of tho date of
. ?.e?' "t;otlcc of disqualification with a detailed statement
shall be mailed within ten dnjs after tho closo of tho show by the
necretary or some other offlcor of this association, to the Secretary
Treasurer of tho American Poultry Association, and a complete copf
or tho notice of disqualification, nnd other papers or charges accom
panying said notice, shall bo mailed nt tho same tlmo to tho exhibitor
or Judge disqualified.
Sec. 12. In case of alleged fraudulent practice on tho part of
""kit i. B0Ve ..lli,Uor or otncr l'crB0I. or of collusion, the aggrlovcd
exhibitor shall havo the right to protest In writing, within twent)-
ImniVS "t r lh0.fLm.i"le nwarrt8 aro auVn doposltlng the
n nn of flvo dol ars with the Secretary of the show, nnd said protest
feba I be passed upon forthwith by the management of tho show,
subject to nn appeal by either party to tho Executive Board of. the
American Poultry Association and to tho noxt nnnunl meeting of
tho association. In caso tho protest Is sustained, tlio fee shall be
Sec. 13. Any person may protou In writing for palpablo din
honesty or fraudulent practice of tho judge. In plnclng.awards. Bush
protest must bo handed to tho Secretary of the show,, and a copy
iv"VndJ,r m!yled th0 iW and to,lho chairman of the Execu
tive Hoard of tho American Poultry Association., beforo the close of
iinM 0Wi! ,,,rolet,r ,ha,t nn nl,)eal "" be I''"'' to the Executive
Hoard, also to tho association as a wholo. "
Sec. 14, No Judge of poultry nt this hImiw uhuit .i,ii.i. , .....
s irni.,1 tn .. .. ' " " "
class ho Is assigned to pass unon
i.iJ ?tl' i' oxhlblto,r nt thls B',ow "ha" receive a prize on nny
bird that has been owned by or In possession of the Judge assigned
to the class within six months prior to tho closo of the entries:
sec. 16. At shows held under American Poultry Association
rules a diploma shall bo .awarded to each exhibiting mernbe? of ho
American Potil ry Association for each first prize cockerel shown b?
him. Tills diploma to be withheld If tho.o Is only one entry In ihe
class. The Judges at tho show shnll record the mimes f the w Sners
on Mieclnlly prepared blanks. Tho blanks for this purpose shall bo
furnished to the Secretary of tho show by tho jfeorotnry of the
American Poultry Association, nnd It shnll be tlio dulv of the Serro
tnry of the show to see thnt these blanks' are filled nut nnd signed
aLmJ,i"IbC8 hna rm 'fr11 f th0 Scc-n,n'- "f the American Poultry
Association, who will then Issue the dlplom.is.
..n8f ' 'n N, nnmf or llecora"n not provided by the association
awarded" " C1"' "nl" a'tVr lho ,rcmlum" have "!
Sec. 18. Tlio Instructions to Judges, general dlrquallflcatlorH
nnd other provisions nnd I equipments of the Amoilcnu Standard of
Perfection shall govern at this show.
Sec. 19, The printed legulatlons or rules of this show, where
thoynre not less stringent than, or whero thoy do not conflict with,
the foregoing, shall bo binding on the exhibitors and Judges and
supplemental to tho American Poultry Association rules.
Sec, 20, Any exhibitor nt this show who is not n member of the
American Poultry Association, shall submit, and hereby agrees to
submit, to the Jurisdiction of tho American Poultry Association, and
shall bo dealt with as though he wore a momber of the association.
The presence of the exhibits shall bo considered ns binding on tho
exhibitor as It he had signed a statement binding himself to be
governed by tho above rules. At tide IV, Uy-Laws of the Ameilcau
' ' PRIZES.
Sec. 21. All premiums, regular and special, aro open to tho com
petition of the world, unless otherwise noted. There shall be five
awards, receiving ribbons ns follows: First, blue: second, red:
thlid, yellow; fourth, green; fifth, white. All Association premiums
shnll be payable on, dr before the closing day of the show.
Sec. 22. This show shall ho Judged by scoie card. Exhibitors
wishing to make a statement relative to their specimens may do mt
In writing, addressed to tho Hoard of Dliectors. Immediately afte)
tho awards of the Judges have been supervised and approved by the
Hoard of Directors, a card or badge, stating tho premium, shall bo
placed upon each winning coop, where It must romaln until the closo
of tho exhibition, for tho enllghtenmont of visitors. Cards showing
tho entry number shall ho attached to the rnnp ns soon ns specimens
Tiro In position.
Sec. 23. i An entrance foo of one dollar for each single1 bird shall
be charged. Exhibition pen three dollars. Pigeons tweaty-flvo
Three -Resignation Are
Handed In To
Three resignations were handed In
to Acting Oovcrnnr Mott-Smith this
morning. C. S. Hollowny rcslgnod an
chnhman nnd executive orricer of the
L'oanl of Agriculture nnd forestry bu
causo of a press of oilier work, which,
be said, took so much of his tlmu
that ho did not feel that ho could glvu
tho Donrd work tljc proper time and
In his letter of resignation, Mr, Ilol
lowny suggests that on account of tho
constantly Increasing amount of wotk
thai, Is piling In on tho Hoard of Agrl
culture and forestry, n salaried man
bo secured to act as Chairman and
executive officer of tho Hoard, with
offlccs'ln tho building on King street.
It Is well known that there Is n grent
amount of good work Mono by tho
Hoard of Agriculture and , forestry,
end tho suggestion of Ilollowny np
ienrs n very good one.
, W. M. Olffard resigned from tho
Mm Hoard on account of III henlth,
end E. f. Hlshop resigned ns n vlco
president of the Rogoiits of Qucen'r
MORE BONINE PICTURES
The largo number of people who
were, unable to see Hotline's splendid
views of Kllnucn In orupatlon, Prince
David's funeral, and utjicr fine local
views, will have nn opportunity to
view them next Saturday night In the
Opera House. Mr. Hiinlnc has added
the pnrado of the Shrlners, which
took placo Nov. H, to his program,
nnd the members of Aloha Temple
and their friends will avnll them
selves of this chance to see the Arabs
of the desert n action. Reserved
scats are now on sale at the Herc-
strom music store. ,
JUST FROM THE CUSTOM HOUSE
Most Complete Assortment ever Offered in Honolulu
Quality unexcelled anywhere. Bought by
our representative in China at first hand
, and not duplicated.
Fancy Silk and Grass Linen. TableCovers,
Center Pieces, Doilies. Exclusive designs
in Shirtwaist Patterns and Suits.
Silk Embroidered Fans, Silk Hand Em
broidered s Ladies Slippers. Pongee Silk
Shirts and Pajamas for men. American
Importations of Men's Neckwear and Fine
Until Dec. 19 J. Plerpont Morgan's
collection of original manuscripts of
great literary works will be on exhi
bition In the library at Columbia Unl
vprtlty. TJiqy (ncludo,.M)ltpn's 'Tar:,
adlso Lost," Keats' "Endymlon" nnd
Thackeray's "Vanity fair." I
YEE CHAN & CO.
- . 4J
KING & BETHEL STREET
, -, . .. r
cents each, lllrds entered In exhibition pens cannot compete in
open classes. Turkeys, clucks nnd geese must be ontored as single
specimens, Plgeom may be shown ns Blng!e birds or in p.ilu.
Parties desiring to enter birds for display only can do so by pajlng
one dollar for each bird, pens three dollars; and no birds so enteird
can compete for any regular or special prizes. Should birds bo
entered nnd not shown the fees for snmo shall be forfeited to thu
Asiocintlon. The above fees Include entry for all Association .ir.d
special premiums, unless otherwise noted, coop fee, euro nnd feed
during tho show, Benson tickets shnll be Issued free of chnrge to
nil exhibitors whoso entry fees amount to $3.00, Exhibitor's tickets
are not transferable. Single admission, 25 cents; children under
twclvo years of age, 10 cents.
Sec. 24. All entries must be made on blank forms furnished
by the Secrotary, listing each bird separately, but Indicating whether
to bo exhibited as a single specimen or as n pen. Kntry fees must
be paid in full at tha tlmo entry Is made. In no enso shall nn eutiy
be placed on tho books of the Secretory unless tho full amount of
foes accompanies tho entry form. Payment or remittances should
be made to J. J, Qrcone, Secretary-Treasuror, P. O. Hox fi87, Hono
lulu, Hawaii. No specimens allowed In tho hall excopt thoso duly
entered In the books of tho Association nnd entry foo paid.
Sec. 25. All specimens must he Jcg-bnnded, nnd tho leg-baul
numbers plainly marked In the column for that purposo on tho entry
form. Exhibitors lire requested to furnish their own leg-bands'. If'
furnlshod by tho Association u chargo of llvo cents each shall oo
Sec. 20. Entries In nil departments shnll positively closo on
Wednesday, January C, 1009, nt C o'clock p. m but, should bo sent
In as long before thnt dato as possible. Tho hall shnll bo open for
tho reception of specimens on Monday, January 11. Those not re
ceived by 7 o'clock p. m. of Monday, January 11, shnll bo dob.mtil
from competition, unless unavoidably delayed. In which rase they
may bo admitted at the discretion of tho Hoard of Directors. Judging
shall commence nt 8 o'clock a. m on January 12, 1909. During
the Judging no ono shall ho allowed In the show room but tlio Judgo,
clerks, nnd those In charge of tho exhibition. Tho exhibition shall
be open to the public nt 1 o'clock p. in. on Jnnuary 13, 1909, with
all awards posted on coops,
Sec. 27. In shipping, exhibitors must have their coops pl.ilnlv
nddresscd to thti Secrctnry, and, the Secretary notified of their coming.
Coops must also be plainly marked with the namo uml nddrcsu of
, CARE AND CONDITION.
Sec. 28. All entries must occupy coops furnished by lho Asso
ciation, When fowls are received nt the door of tho exhibition hnll
thoy shall bo taken In ihargo by tho Superintendent, placed In thrlr
rcspcctlvo coops, fed, watered and afterwards (thoso subject to
wotght clauso) wclgheJ, 'Fowls on exhibition shnll be In the ex
clusive custody of the Superlntendcnt'trom the tlmo they reach tho
'exhibition hnll until delivered to their owners. Hlrds shipped from
a distance for exhibition will bo allowed credit for weight, l,,
shipped from neighboring Islands, one-fourth pound,
Sec. 29. Poultry showing symptoms of dlseaso when ircclvcd or
during the exhibition shall bo Immediately taken fiom tho ball niid
cared for nnd tho owner notified, or tho birds returned to him st
his expense. All eggs laid during the exhibition shnll be gntheied
and the vitality destrojcil- No person shnll be allowed In tho exhi
bition hall after closing hours, except by tho consent of tho Super
intendent, The exhibition shall in all respects bo under the contiol
of tho Hoard of Directors.
Sec 30. Exhibitors desiring to dlsposo of their specimens but
unable to attend he exhibition, may glvo their price on tho entry
form, tho specimen to bo sold by tho Secrotary. If sold, thev full
amount of such sale shall bo remitted to tho exhibitor at tho close
of tho exhibition. No commissions shall be charged on sulos: Kx
hlbltors present nro expected to nttonij to their sales. The Secretary
must bo notified of every snle or transfer, otherwlso birds shnll bo
returned to the original shipper.
Raymond C. Drown, Honolulu.
Lr.Mur.1. C. Am.csi Honolulu
. John J. Greene, P. O. Hox 587, Honolulu
Raymond G. Hkown, Lemuel Qt Am.es, JoiinJ.Grklne,
Walter E. Wall, C. Movtacui; Cookt, Jr.,
Dr. C. II. High, li, iF. Ui.ardvore.
J, K. Drown, Honolulu.
The Good Ship "Lurlhc" brought us a fresh and complete assortment of
.'' In 1-2, 1, 2, and 3-lb. boxes.
REISS fc BRADY'S GOODS
Consisting of Exquisite Olives, Manzanillo Olives, Stuffed Olives, Imported Smyrna Figs
in glass boxes, Stuffid Figs, Stuffed Dates, French Prunes, nnd Wcisbadcn Stuffed Prunes in
Gordon & Dillwnth nnd Richardson & Bobbins' Plum Pudding,
Curtice Bros. "Blue Label" Sweet Pickled Fruits.
Christmas Ticei for Deliver December 22nd.
Special Attcntioi given to packing goods for Island Shipment.
J. M. Levy & Co,
KING STREET near Metropolitan M:at Co.
Gnoiton R. Andri.ws, Fresno, C.il.
J. J. Greene.
chntice this yon,r. Murphy Is heady
nnd n suio ground gainer.
Head Coach Illgelow left yesterday
fur New York, whero ho will enter
lho Columbia Law School. Tail
Jones will bo married In New Vorlc
next month. Tho next head conch
will he iiamod by the cnptuln as soou
as ho Is elected, Howard Joiicj. now
VALE LOSES FOUR GREAT 'anil Coy. full back.
PLAYERS BY GRADUATION1 ""t c.ir'B to.uu should be stroit- nt Syracuse, u favored for tho po)
'ger than tho one this )car. The ""' '
NEW IIAVKN, Conn., Nov. 21!.
Yalo's football team noxt year prom
ises 'to bo n good one. My graduutlo.j
Yale loves Hrldes, llurch, HldiUe, anil
W'he.iton. Hi Ides will bo misled.
Illddlo has boon n good (enter, hut
can be replaced. W'beaton's phslcnl
condition lias not been stub ns to
allow his best abilities to tin shown.
Iliiich, when III form, Is a good end,
hut he hiis not been utile to play.
fieshmun class j folds two fast onds.
Yaiighnu anil Snvage, both from Kv
eter Sawige Is u gie.it diop klrkor.
Merritt, of the freshman tearnll as .i
Hiiai terback, now seems to bu in tho
same (Uish with Poster llockwcll, (lu
I Hutchliicnn, Tjhoii Dines, anil Tad
I Junes Messenger Is n good back.
I The question of next eai's sua on
' depends on the captaincy. If the op
position to Ted Co Is successful, this
He went Itno the gamo Satin day j ."cat's history will repent Itself,
against the advlie of his phslclaii, Should Coy ho elected every man will
Of the icgulaiH Ynlo has left Logan, j phi) nn the nielli sslem, and I be
left end llobbs, IcTl tJikln, Alidrus. , team, lusplieil b n bllllUlit plnjer,
left guaid, fioebel, tight guard, Cor- (should l.o a u inner Dily, as n half
oy anil Johnson, quarterbacks, .Miii- hncl;, Is believed to bo, tho equal of
phy, Phllbln and Daly, half backs; 'an) In the-Kust, though' ho htul lltllj
ERNE "GOT HIS"
HOSTO.N, .Mass., Pec. 3. Young
Kiiih or' Philadelphia ""got his" last
night Tommy Quill fought hint 'a
MUdllng twelve inunds, nnd proved
conclusively that he Is the Philadel
phia boy's master at evory st)le yf
lighting. Toiutnj put up tho light of
his life and was never In betlo'r
fin in. Krno btiiiled In with tho
gong with his boring tactics and for
a iciuple of louuds ho broke even
with Quill ll tint time, though.
Quill had rolled the mjslei) 'ol
I!rne's crouch ami brought hlttPlin
,miiir,ht with a coupla of Jolts to the
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