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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30, 1903.
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and leather for Pocket or
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XMAS IS COMING
Come in and select SHOES for yon
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factory; their Prices Reasonable. An
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Thorobred Bull Terriers
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and Monument Works
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SOMETHING IS DOING ."
AMONG THE WALKERS
EIO EVENTS IN PEDESTRIANISM
Elaborate Plans Are Being Made for
Contests and Much Interest Is Being
Shown Fine Prizes Will Be Offered
Cau ou walk n mile In ten min
utes? "Why. certainly," you'll pro
bably miBWcr without thinking. Hut
can jou? If bo, jciu stand a mlctity
Kood show of finishing well up in tne
first division In the next walking
iacc, for probably not more thai!
four covered the first mile of thu
course last time In better time than
The best time In the last race was
Sullivan's 1C minutes 3 seconds.
while Ayrcs was Just seven seconds
longer, Cheatham finishing third In
17 flat. All things point to fastor
time in the meet of January 17, but
unless the unexpected happens, the
Lest time Is not likely to be under
IT, 1-2 minutes. Tho courm to be
walked over, from King street to
tho Wulklkl Inn, nlong Kalaknua
avenue, is nearly 9000 feet nearly
1 3-4 miles so that the average
time of tho winner in the last raco
was about nine minutes to the mile.
The committee In charge of the
next race has decided to hold an
elimination race on the afternoon of
Janunrr 10. starting at 2 o clock.
Contestants' finishing the course li.fQ'-ccn and -party in an automobile
19 minutes or better will bo ellglblo
to enter the cup race on tho follow
ing Sunday. All .who finished the
last race within this time uie ellgl
blo to enter without further trjout.
Entries for the elimination race must
reach the committee not later than
6 o'clock on the evening of January
9, and for tho cup raco not later
than C o'clock January 16.
Manager C. G. llartlett of tho Ho
nolulu Ilrowlng CoMins come to tho
front with an offer of a cup for tho
main event, whllo merchants are nl
ready beginning to offer various
prizes for the event. 'Daitlctt is an
old-time walker himself having rep
resented his university In many con
tests on the Coast, He will net with
Jack Scully, IMwIn Fernandez, and
others ct to be chosen In Judging
tho races. Tho committee has docld
ed that several judges will bo better
than one or two. as the contestants
soon get scattered and cannot bo
looked after properly by ono or two
In addition to-the main event on
January 17 there will be .two other
races, ono for contestants over CO
years and one for those weighing
over 200 pounds. In the last races
Webb won In the former class and
Clias. Lambert In the latter. Tliosu
who watched Lambert walk would
like to see him In action again, with
more competition. Ha finished tho
last time In twenty-two minutes, but
fiom the form ho showed It Is Be
lieved that had ho had a pacemaker,
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley. Jr.
The Home of Rainier Beer
Ifae Superior Quality of Rainier Made
lie. could have done It In twenty or
belter, which would be remarkabU
time for a man weighing, as he docs,
As the last event owed Its' success
to the good-fellowship and lack of
ted tape, tho committee wants to
keep along the same lines this time.
For this reason, no special Btyle of
walking will be. requlicd, except, of
course, that It be fair. Ami in no
trouble for contestants and specta
tor's to tell a fair walk from an un
fair one. Just Keep the toe of tho
rear foot on the ground until the
heel of tho forward foot touches,
keeping the rear knee locked a the
moment. No ciow-liopplng or dog
trotting will be permitted, of course.
The Judges will ugrco among them-
Lelvcs as to warnings, etc., but, as
a matter of fact, tliero should bo no
occasion for these at all, for every
contestant should go Into tho affair
with tho Idea of walking- fair every
step of the way, or stay out.
Doth contests have been dccldod
upon for tho afternoons, primarily
with tho Idea of non-lntcrferenco
with church hours nhd also becauso
at this time the beaches havo the
most visitors. The races will give
tlicBo an additional form of amuse
ment, and their attention and en
couragement will no doubt hell) to
keep tho contestants hustling light
up to tho finishing lino.
tt a a
Nearly 100 miles of ground was
covered estcrduy by J. Charles
tour around the Island. The trip
was made In Green's big CO-horso-'
powcr Thomas Klycr, which he
broughTwith him from the Coast for
In addition to his Immediate par
ty, the California advertising mag
nate had with him. as his guests,
Charles It. Krnzlcr, the Hawaiian pub
Hetty trust!, and Mrs. Frazlcr. Tho
party started from here at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning and reached Ho
nolulu on tho return Journey ut C:30
o'clock last night.
A stop wus made at Halelwa,
where tho members of tho party
were the guests of Mr. Green nt n
At Wahlawa n stop was made to
give Mr. Gicen an opportunity to get
an Idea of the pineapple industry. He
Is very enthusiastic over the outlook
for' the Industry here, and believes
that it must. In a very uliort time,
become ono of tho most vital inter
ests of the Islands. Tho demand for
Hawaiian pineapples on tlie mainland
leads Gieen tovbellevo that Just as
fast as the Industry is extended hero
tho market for the, products will ex
tend on tho .mainland.
Omen was very enthusiastic last
night over his trip and said that ho
lacked words to express his apprecia
tion of Honolulu and, in fact, the en
tiro Island of Odhu.
A number of tho unattached part of
'ho community enjoyed tho hospitality
of tho Hofgaards at dinner Christmas
Day, Mrs. Hofgaard, who has been suf
fering from a severe cold for somo
time, muling herself sufficiently n con
valescent to undertake tho responsibil
ities of such an affair. Garden Island.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
LEAGUE WILL HOLD
GAME WITH ALL-AMERICANS
i WILL BE DISCUSSED
Reach Club Players Have Been Made
a Guarantee and They Are Expect
ing a Game Here Decision of the
League Awaited With Interest
Things nrc beginning to look more
promising na far as a game between
the Heath Club All-Amcrlcans und tin
All-Ilawallari baseball team Is con
cerned. The magnates of the league
xv III hold n meeting In the office oC
Fiank Thompson tomorrow noon to
discuss what action, Blinll bo taken.
The league has guaranteed a se
ries of games to the All-Amcrlcans,
and likewise $800 to help defray tho
traveling expenses of the team. Fif-
t per cent, of the net proceeds from
the games is to go to the All-Ameri
can aggregation, under the terms of
Jiist what will bu done tomorrow
cannot no forecast, out there is a
general feeling that some solution of
thf difficulty now fnclng tho league,
will be discovered.
Kaplolanl Park will ho tho scene
of somo lively motorcycle sprinting
on New Year's Day. A series of
races is now being arranged for, and
tho men In charge of things promise
Hint good sport will result.
Xt least five, and probably six,
events will comprise the program.
Some of tho most daring drivers of
Honolulu will participate, and tho
ground of tho race, tiack will prob
ably bo torn up In a manner which
will causo the hair of the unsophisti
cated spectator to stand on ond.
The races will begin promptly at
10 o'clock, and will bo over In plenty
of time to allow both paitlclpants
and spectators to tnka in tho other
events planned In honor of the day.
Call at the B u 1 1 e t i n office and
get a free list of the new fire alarm
numbers and all the changes.
Jan. 1st and 2nd
Hoolulu Park, Hilo
TWO DAYS OF FINE RACING
RUNNING AND TROTTING.
this Plant possible
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. .FORT STREET
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF.
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CONTINUOUS DRIVING . . .$5 PER HOUR
SHOPPING AND CALLING JJ3PERH0UR
SHORT RUNS, FROM. . " 50o UPWARD
SPECIAL RATES for "Hound-the-Island" and Long
Runs. Effleiant Drivers. Best Can, such as
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Special attention given to the care of Private Automo
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It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
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