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HIGH BRED STEEDS TEST SPEED
IN CLASSY NEW YEAR'S RACES
GARDEN ISLAND TRACK
IS SCENE OF LIVELY WORK
Fast Time Is Hade and Audience of
Twenty-five Hundred People Is En
thusiastic Roping Contest Augments
Racing Card Proper
LIIIUK. Knunl, Jan. 2. Tho Ka
rma race track waii lively yesterday
with something Ilka 2500' people,
come to sec tho races. Perhaps tho
Interest was ns much centered on the
proposed roping contest ns In tho
races proper, but few horses having
In tho three eighths mile race
but two horses were entered. Spald
ing's Kealla nud Weber's Llhua ran
n close race, the former finishing in
117 1-4 seconds, With l.lhuo a length
behind, lloth horses showed fino
Hpced and n change ot Jockeys might
have reersed tho result.
The qunrter-mllo raco wag run by
llelle Dame of Kealla stable, Weber's
Kmmy, and Fernandez Kapala, and
finished In 24 1-4 seconds by the for
mer, followed closely by tho two oth
er horses In above order.
Tho lialf-mllo rare was the one
which aroused the most Interest, as
oWdenccd by the exchango ot coin
nftcr the animals had passed under
tho wire. Weber's Emmy, Fernan
dez Kapala, and Spalding's Kealla
bhowed good form, Emmy toeing the
mark In C2 1-2 seconds, Kapala fol
lowing close, and Kealla lagging a
llcsldcs theso three races thcro
were a number of scrub races run, ac
companied by much enthusiasm and
rolling of cartwheels.
Thcroplng contest was, however,
the piece do resistance of the day,
and people from Mann to Hnnalct had
turned out to wltuess the triumph ot
the cowboys representing their re
spective districts. All tho boys show
ed mettle and dexterity, and some of
them made excellent time. The rec
ord might even Jinvo been broken by
Mnullll had It not been for tho fact
that his t)lng rope had been taken
from his belt without his knowledge.
As It was, he had his steer' down In
17 1-2 seconds and has repeatedly
been timed to tie In eight seconds.
The horses as n rule were well train
ed and held tho cattle well, but the
animal ridden by Manuel Donales,
tho one-legged cowboy, played him
tho tilck, turning to look after Its
master when ho hopped to the steer.
With tho rope slack, the latter arose
to greet the cowboy, who had to turn
nround and get on his horse again.
In the meantime the steer had got
himself loose from tho lasso.
The h'orso df KalanI Lauha fell,
plnnlug Its rider to the ground just
as he was throwing the ulcer. KalanI
was not hurt much, but It lost him
tho coveted honor of being the best
roper present. The rope broke for
Antone Gomes and put him out of the
winning class, and Kalcl Montgom
ery with perhaps the best opportu
nity ot nil, lost the throw and after
a short chase returned to the corral
with tho steer headed Llhueward.
This reduced tho number ot timed
contestants from sixteen to an even
dozen, with the following tlmo to
P. A. lllce, 1 mln. SO 1-4 sec; C.
A. Rice, 1:35; JohnMnllna, 0:C7 1-4;
Palkalmwal, 0:43 3-4; Klmo, 3:2 1-2;
Kupahu Llllll, 1:4 3-4; Dan Lovell,
0:51; Kuhlmnn, 4-30; Peter Mallnn,
1:18 1-2; Kapahu Nul, 1:28; T.
Illnckstnd, 1 : -1 7 .
Palknhawat, John Mallnn, Dan
I.ovell bc(ng the best, had to com
pete by roping their steers, in order
to establish their superiority, Pnl
kahawal's times were 0:48 3-1;
2:3 1-2, and 1:0, giving him an aver
age ot 1:15 1-2. John Mnllna,
0:57 1-4, 1:53, nnd 1:20; average,
1:23. ''Dan'Lowcll, 0:51 2-3 nnd 2:5;
uieiagcl:40, Kauai Garden Island.
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Charlie. Snnford's useful 3-year-old
High Gun probably will not be seen
nt the races for a long tlmo. One of
tho colt's feet Is In poor shape, a bad
quarter crack having dovclopod.
n n a
Horry Mack will train Willie T.
nnd Iteeno W nt Emoryvlllo for the
Spokano stublo. These horses are
now at Arcadia nnd will bo shipped
By Hour or Trip.
Gi C. Beokley, Jr.
HILO HORSES CAPTURE 216
PURSES AT HAWAII MEET
Honolulu Sportsmen Leave Their
Money on Southern lsiana ah wags
Are in Fine Trim and Kaces Are Won
on Their Merits
Seldom It ever has moro Intense ex
cltcmcnt prevailed at pny raco meet
In tho Islands than was shown by tho
spectators at the Illlo races on Now
Year's day. With a good assortment
of tempting purses to compete for.
owners had made ovcry effort to get
their entries Into tho pink of condi
tion, nnd every person nt tho track
was more pr less speed-mado by tho
tlmo tho first bunch of thoroughbreds
passed under the barrlei.
Tho results of the New Year's Day
racing were ns follows:
Halt mile. Hawaiian Dred, 1100
Klko 1, Ureukwalcr 2. Time JD3J.
Won by a nose
Merchants' Stakes, l'i mile, licno
Ilanontca 1, Aldlou 2, Bruncr 3. Time
Pacing, nest two In three, $250
Harry Hearst 1, Waldo J. 2, Parucll 3
Hearst won 2 beats In 2:33 and 2:30.
Hawaiian Drcd. ',4 mile, $250 Major
Collier 1, Indigo 2 Tlmo 1:604.
Free-for-all, mile, $200 Danonlca
fl, Aldlon 2, nruncr 3. Tlmo 1:19.
Hawaiian bred. a4 mllo, $100 Major
Collier 1, Indigo 2. Elko 3. 'Time 1:20.
Following Is a description of the
moot by events:
ttaco 1 Before stort Breakwater did
some fretting for ten minutes, but fin'
ally both got away oven, Dreakwator
leading halt the dlstanco when Elko
began to creep up, gradually gaining
and running neck and neck In to tho
wire, wbcro the Maui horse, was lifted
under a nose uhcad all but judges
thinking It a dead tie. McAullfTe rodo
tbo winner,, Willis on Breakwater.
This Mas tho only purse, taken from
tho Island ot Hawaii.
Ilace 2 O'Rourka declared to win
with Danonlca.' A couple, ot days ago
Frolic bolted on track und ran away
with her rider, finishing up lame. Sha
Marted In t,bo raco obviously a lamo
home. A halt hour as wasted In
gotttng them away, Willis playing the.
other horses. Danonlca lead from the)
start and was nover passed. Passing
tho stand tho first tlmo all wcro in a
good bunch; second time Danonlca was
well In tho lend with Frolic and Aldlou
neck nnd neck. Uut Frolic gave out
and Danonlca came In easy In the lead
with Willis pulling hard to hold her
back. Brunor was a bad third.
Itaco 3, Pacing best two In three
Betting favored Harry Hearst, though
Waldo J. had many friends. II. II.,
driven by Gibson, won tho first heat
with W. J. close behind, though W. J.
broko once. The Maui Irishman, Par
ucll, was In tho rear. Tho second heat
was a repetition nt tho first. Dlcklo
Davis drovo Pnrnoll, Joe neddy driving
Waldo J. In tho first heat, Dick Lyman
taking tho, ribbons In the second. Tlmo,
z:33 ror first heat, z:3U for second.
Raco 4. Brcnkwatcr scratched. A
rplendld start. Passing tho grand
.tand tho first time. Collier was halt
length ahead, and won hard held and
Raco 5, Frolic scratched. Trlbly
Green ridden by Clarence kept wait'
Ing; .got away at 4:30. First tlmo past
tho stand Ferrelra using whip on old
Druner, who had moro than met his
match. Danonlca again an easy win
ncr. Maul horso second, Bruncr third,
Trlbly Oreen and J. T. far In tbo
rear, J. T. Is a recent Importation by
John T Molr, and has only been hero
loss than two weeks since the last ar
rival of tho Enterprise
Race C. Good start, Indigo passing
ttand first on first round, but Collier,
In perfect condition, avenged former
defeats, beating Warren's Honolulu
horse, wlilch vas second, also the Maul
Tho'watho)- was fine up to 4 o'clock,
then n Scotch mist set In for half an
1 our It was certainly Hllo's day and
both Maul and Honolulu contingents
left their money and all they would
let On Banonlnca bets of 2 to 1 wcro
ffiudo against tho field.
Pools sold well on Thursday night
Lcforo tho first iloy's racya, but thoro
was noming uoing Friday night.
Tho track wbb heavy, such as was
considered favorable to Druner, but ho
met horses that were too good for him
Honolulu nnd Muul men took their
it a tt
Km II Hern wns one of those who
had the tip direct from New York
that Lighthouse was being played for
ja killing In tho East, and ho Is cred
ited wlth-hnvlng won a substantial
I bet on the strength ot his Informa
Young Men And
The Y. M. C. A. basketball team
may meet the aggregation ot bnll
tosscrs from Fort Shatter beforo
many dnys have passed. The ques
tion of u game Is now holding the at
tention of the powers that be, and ns
soon as a date can be fixed upon that
will be agreeable to all parties con
cerned, a match will bo arranged.
The Fort Shnfter men hnvo been
playing considerable bnskctball late
ly, and havo announced their deslro
for a good, llvwly game. The Young
Men nro said to have an excellent
team, and some time next week tbo
two will doubtless meet, cither at tbo
Y. M, C. A. gymnasium, or at Fort
Tho Shatter team Is considered the
stronger of the two, but the Young
Men nre far from second-rate, nnd
they will glo tho soldiers a hard
tussle. Monday has been mentioned
as a possible date for the proposed
it it it
When the Eurllno sailed from San
Francisco for this port yesterday, she
carried among her passengers George
It. Andrews of Fresno, California,
who Is to net ns the judge at the
coming poultry show, Tho Lurllne
will arrive here on the morning ot
It Is the Intention of thoso In
charge of the poultry show to' havo
all ot the awards made befoie 'the
doors of the show rooms aro opened
to the public. Thus visitors will be
able to sec which of the fowls are
considered by the judge to bo ot
As the date ot the bhow approaches
and the, entry lst grows, tho pros
pects become brighter. It now looks
ns though this year's" exhibit will set
a new standard and that the poultry
breeding Industry will be greatly
benefited in lonseauence.
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The All-Hawallans are plugging
along with that determination which
n I ways brings results, and before the
week is ended thoro will probably bo
a noticeable chango In the condition
nnd form of tho men. There have
been but two practice days so far,
but thqy have not been unproductive
of results, and things are beginning
to shape, themselves up.
On Saturday afternoon tho team
vlll probably play a practice ganie
with some local aggregation. Just
who the opponents will bo Is a matter
that has not been settled as yet, but
an effort will probably bo mado to
Induce the Engineer and Marine
Corps men to pick a nine fiom among
tho best players of their respective
Tho V. M. C. A. Indoor baseball
team simply waded through tho Ka
walhau Boys' Club aggregation in
the Y. M. C. A, gymnasium last night.
Twenty-nine to two was tho final
score, and there never was a time
when the Knwalhau boys had tho
least chance. That they managed to
annex even two runs wns more the
result of chance than anything else.
In spite ot the one-sldedncss of the
contest, thoso who witnessed It were
furnished with plenty of amusement
and things wcro lively. The boys
fought doggedly and wcro liter ally
overwhelmed by tho superior weight
and skill of tho Young Men.
The Y. M. C. A. tenm Is In excel
lent trim and tho way tho men han
dle tho onlarged sphere Is a revela
tion to those who hnvo never seen the
"Yes," bald the captain of tho mll
llonalies' volunteer flro company,
"we boys aro charmed to go to fires
these days." "That to?" Interrogated
the cnlller, "Yes, wo look so deuced
cunning In our new outfits. Wo have
discarded tho old traditional icd
shirts nnd black hats for pink shirts
and green hats."
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