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EVENING PULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT., MONDAY, JAN'; )1.-1!J09. '
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TEN QUALIFY FOR
WALKING ENTHUSIASTS COVER
THE GROUND IN STYLE
Only Four Out of Fourteen Starters
Fail To Qualify for Next Sunday's
COHEN WILL BRING
TRIO OF LIKELY MEN
SMITH AND REILLY WILL AGAIN
GREET LOCAL FANS
Clever Middleweight Is Also Due and
Fine Pugilistic Cards Are Promised.
HiV Event Chillimrworth Finishes Impjressario Will Probably Arrive
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KHAKI-CLAD BUNCH IS OFFERED
At Head of Bunch
I Here' This Week-
Henry Clillllngworth finished first
In tlio elimination race, held yester
day, preparatory to the great cham
pionship walking contest which will
taku place next Sunday. In order to
iiuallfy for next Sunday's event, It
was necessary that yesterday's com
petitors finish In less than nineteen
minutes. Sixteen minutes thirty-one
seconds was tho time made, hy Clill
llngworth. , Ills strongest competitor
was Henderson, who required twon-ty-nlno
seconds longer to cover the
Ayres tramped over the courso
with the competitors, for practice,
nnd finished In sixteen m I mites flat,
tho best time that has yet been made
on tho course.
The road was not In the best of
condition for fast walking, the rnln
having made it n little slippery. On
the other hand, tho day was cool and
Fourteen started In nil, but only
ten qualified for tho big event. Culd
well, though he finished, did not do
so within the required time. The
two lllshos and Spencer dropped out
before reaching the end of the course.
The prizes were nwarded the win
ners as follows:
First Henry Chllllngworth, cup
presented by E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Second O. II. Henderson, pair of
Walkover shoes, piesented by L. II.
Kerr & Co.
Third O. C. Ilcchert, fifty cigars,
presented by II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Fourth L. Ilosa, cap, presented
by Sllva's Toggery.
Fifth V. F. McTIghc,' volume lato
The officials were:
Judges Jack Scully, Dick Sulli
van, C. Lynch.
Starter Jack Scully.
Timekeepers F. A.
ts n u
Team Which Will Meet AU-Amerf.
cans Shows Up in Fine Shape in the
First Practice Game Attendance Is
Only Fairly Good
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
The Fort Shaffer basketball team
will try conclusions with the Y. M.
C. A. bunch of bnll-tosscrs this even
ing. The game will bo played In
tho Y. M. C. A. gymnasium,
Despite tho Inclement weather sev
eral automobile parties took advan
tage of the " noonday table il'hoto
luncheon nt the Country Club yes
Preparations for the Poultry Show
which will open on Wednesday next,
are progressing most satisfactorily.
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OSAHI JUNIORS WIN. '
The Asahl JunlorH won tho cham
pionship In tho Japanese Lcaguo yes
terday afternoon, when they defeated
tho Fusoos by tho scoro of 15 to 11.
Tho scoro by Innings wu as follows:
Futoos 0 0 14 0 CO 0 011
n. II 0 0 11 0 6 0 0 Oi T
Asahl Jrs 0 0 2 13 3 15 15
II. II 0 0 12 3 3 2 3 14
Vaguo rumors to tho effect that
Joe Cohen had something up his.
sleevo when he left here, are con
firmed by n cablegram which Will
Pfestldge received from tho genial
Imprcssdrlo. (leorge Peterson, a mid
dlowclght, reputed to be husky nnd
clover,' will accompany Cohen, whllo
Ilellly and Smith are also on tho
docket, according to tho cable.
Cohen, when ho went away, an
nounced that he would return on the
Alameda, which arrives hero on Fri
day morning next. Unless ho has
mado some chango In his plans, It Is
likely that he will be on hand. From
tho wording of his dispatch, it is un
derstood that he contemplates bring
ing rils hunch of boxers with him on
tho same ship.
The arrival of tho bunch will mean
ah era of renewed activity In pugi
listic circles, nnd the fans aro al
ready rubbing their hands at the
thought of the entertainment to
With Dick Sullivan on tho ground,
another clever middleweight coming,
and two exceptionally clever light
weights due, thcro will be something
doing In tho roped arena beyond a
Ilellly made nn excellent Impres
sion while here, though thcro were
many who felt that he should novo
stayed and fought Smith Instead of
leaving when he did. On tho other
hand, he lias effectually dlsprovcn
stories about not wanting to mcot
Frnnkle, hy ngreclng to come back In
company with the lad.
Smith has never really been seen
In action here. He went on against
Trlnklo while the Pacific Fleet was
here, and got much the worst of It.
He was plainly out of training then,
however, and it was lack of condition
more than, anything else, that bested
Ho Is certainly game, and he will
doubtless work hard to get a decision
over the husky Ilellly.
Tho All-Hawallans showed excellent
form Saturday afternoon, when they
waded Into tho U. S. Murine Corps
baruball team to tho extent of 13-2.
Tho Marines played mighty good ball,
most of tho time, but thu All-Hawaii-ails
wero right on the spot, and they
took advantago of every opportunity.
On ono or two occasions, tho mar
ines seemed to go to pieces, but In
general tho scoring of the Fernandez
oiincn was tiono through hnru, con
sclcntloits baseball playing.
Considering that the All-Hawallans
'.have had but ono week's practice and
that only after 5 o'clock at night, tho
prcgrcss which they aro making Is
most satisfactory to all.
Thcro wero probably n tho neigh
borhood of 100 fans scattered through
tho grandstand Saturday afternoon.
Many familiar fates wero missing, and
thcro wero many empty seats which
could have been had in return for tho
expenditure of just 10 cents In car
fare. Considering the fact that Satur
day's gamo was the first tlmo that the
Alt-Hawallans hnve met any other
team this season, tho attendanco was
hardly a credit to tho sportsmanlike
qunlltles of local fniiB.
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AALAS SLIDE UP
TO SECOND PUCE
Tho United States Circuit Court of
Appeals, at San Francisco on Decem
ber 7, affirmed tho decision of. tho
United States District Court at Hono
lulu .In tho damage suit of Henry Witt-
l.of, formerly first mato of tho bark-
online Fullerton, who was awarded
$17,500 for Injuries, resulting In the
loss of an arm, received during tho
paBsago from Port Hnrford, Cnl., to Kt
liel, T. H., on December 21, 19UG.
MANY CRAFT L08T.
Making Appropriations for the Vari
ous Services of the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu,
I3E IT RESOLVED by the Board
of Supervisors of the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu:
That' the following sums, amount
ing to Two Hundred and Fifty-one
Thousand Two Hundred and Twenty
($251,220.00) Dollars, are hereby ap
propriated to bo paid out of moneys
In tho general fund of the Treasury
ot the City nnd County of Honolulu,
for salaries fixed by law and other
salaries, wages ot mbor, donations
and general expenses ot tho said' City
nnd County for the period beginning
with tho Fourth day of January,
1909. at 12 o'clock noon, and ending
wlthKho Thirtieth day of June, 1909,
said payment to be made In pro rata
monthly subdlvlslons'of said amount
as stated In' the -schedule thercot
Per Month. Six Months.
by law ....$2,095.00 $ 12,570.00
supplies . .. 150.00
supplies . .. 100.00
cs '. . 12G.00
.supplies . . . CO.00
office o m -
supplies . . .
es i .
supplies . . .
ne o r 1 ng
v o y 1 n g
Material and -
supplies . . . 100,00
of, Parks,;. ,
K a p I o 1 a n 1
M. n I n t e- v-
TWILIGHTS PROVE UNABLE TO
. RID SELVES OF HOODOO
Wet Field Interferes With Play and
Second Game Is Called Off Sun
down Bunch Almost Wins A Game.
HAS FINE RECORD.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu. 1
Captain W. J. Turner, who has buc
cceded Captain Watt, retired, In tho
command of tho Cunard liner Lusltnu
la, has figured In snmo historic res
cues and wns thu recipient of lh Hu
mane Society's medal for Jumping In
a dock nt Liverpool to rescue a drown
ing hoy. H Is a veteran In tho Cun
urd ecrvlco and wob made chief officer
rf tho Umbrla ton yenrs ago. Ho has
Icen In commnnd of tho Cnronlu late
ly. MATE ASKS DAMAGES.
W. ftulldorson, former uecomvmato
of tho American ship Ilomewurd
Hound, brought milt In tho United
States District Court at San Francisco
on December 10 against C. Thompson,
the master, to recover $1000 damages
for personal nttacks mado on him dur
ing tho pnssago from Swansea, Eng.,
to San Francisco, tho alleged assaults
taking place on September 29, 1908.
By Hour or Trip,
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Chinese A. C. .
Aula A. C. ...
White Sox- ..
Japaneso A. C.
According to Lloyd's Register tho
totnl number of vessels lost during tho
quarter ending June 30 last was. Ill, of
124, 723 tons, made up as follows:
Wrecked, 60, of 78,919 tons; foundered,
10, or C368 tons; collision, 10, of 19,130
tons; missing. 7, of 3G83 tons. Tho
remainder were abandoned, broken up
or burned. American-owned vessels
numbered 9, of 4148 tons.
a :: n n n n it n
the score, tho Aulas did not go to tho
bat for tholr last Inning.
The scheduled game between the
Japaneso Athletic Club and the White
Sox was called off, the grounds not
being In good condition owing to
the rainfall, and darkness being per
Following Is tho score:
McCnll, 3b 6 2 1
Freltas, lb 5 4 2
Mcdelros, 2b ....3 4 2
Anderson, c ....5 1 2
Ilutlcr, S3 .....'. .4 1 0
Ellis, cf 5 1 0'
Kalauul, rt ....5 0 1
Cabral, If 5 0 0
MIsner, p 5 2 2
Aalas 16, Twilights 15
Again me 'iwiugnu noouoo was
In evidence at Aula Park yesterday
afternoon. Though the unfortunate
tnll-enders managed to pllo up fit'
teen runB, their opponents plugged
out Just one more, and still three
zeroes mark tho standing of tho un
fortunate sun-down outfit.
Hy tho end of the seventh, the
Aalas had managed to pllo up their
Blxteeniriins. The Twilights then
had nine tallies, nnd, annexing four
In the eighth, managed to make n
sound not unlike that of getting
mighty near to tho winning clrjso.
When tho ninth Inning oponed,
with the Twilights nt the bat, the
score stood 16-13, with the gloam
ing outfit on tho short end. Two
tallies raised the sunset champions
to the fifteen mark. Hut that settled
Totals 43 15 10 9 24 10 8
Zerbc, 3b 6 1 1 0 2 3 2
Leuhdro, bs ....'5 1. 1 0 3 0 0
Walker, 2b. ...4222423
Dreler, p 6 10 0 2 4 1
Lunlng, c 5 3 1 0 8 1 0
Souza, If 4 2 2 2 1 0 0
Tlmas, lb 4221602
Johnson, cf... .4332110
Macaulay, if., .3101000
Totals 41 16 12 8 27 11 8
Huns and hasp hits by Innings:
Twilights 220040 14 215
H. II 1100 30 12 210
Anlas 3304 04 20 16
11. H 20 03 05 11 12
Two-base hits: Freltas, Anderson
2, Zerbc, I.eamlro, Lunlng, Souza,
2. Thrce-baso hits: Froltas, Tlnins,
Johnson. liases on balls: off MIs
ner, 7; Dreler, 7. Struck out: by
MIsner, 2; Dreler, 1. Passed balls
Anderson, 2; Lunlng, 2. Sacrifice
hits: Johnson, Macaulay, Time of
gume, 2h, 10m. Umpire: E, Fernan
The Twilights: having failed to tlo dez. Scorer: W, Tin Chong,
OPEN 4 P. M. WEEK DAYS (SATURDAY 1:30 P. M.)
nance ' nnd
C o nstruc-
1 1 o na o f
1) r.,1 dges,
and Parks: '
Ewa . 1,800.00
Walanae .... 400.00
Kooiiuloa ... 1,525.00
Koolaupoko . . 1,825.00
M a I n t e
nanco n t
supplies .. . 1,000,00
M a I n t e- .
nance o (
supplies . . . COO.OO
C o 1 I 0 c- 1
of Garbage: ' .
M a I n t e-
,tlon o f
E 1 0 ctrlc
tem: Payroll . . . . . 675.00 ' 4,050.00
supplies ..., 1,000.00 6,000,00
M a 1 n t 0
nance o f
Payroll ..... 125.00
supplies ... 125,00
M n I n t 0
nance o t
Payroll . , . , .
supplies ... 75,00
Leah! Homo,. 125,00
Witness Fees. 150.00
quests .... 7.5.00
Premium o n r
Uonda Not . '
pro rated . .
HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
tho following Bums, amounting, to
Ten Thousand and Fifty Dollars
($10,050), nrc hereby appropriated
to -bo palil out ot moneys In the road
tax general fund ot the City nnd
County ot Honolulu, for the building'
nnd maintenance of roads and bridg
es In the respective districts. named
herein, said payment to bo' In jiro
lata monthly subdivisions of said '
amount as stated In . the .schcdtilo
thereof herein contained: '
Honolulu $500.00 $3)000.00
Ewa and Walanne 700.00 4,200.00
Wnlalua 125.00 750.00
Koolauloa 176.00 1,050.00
Koolaupoko 175.00 1,050.00
AND HE l.T.FUIlTHE RESOLVED
that the Auditor Is hereb'y authorized
and directed to draw warrants on tho
Treasurer for any of the sums named
herein, or parts thereor, upon hnvlng
filed with him schedules of salnrles
fixed by law and other salaries, ot do
nations named herein, of payrolls nnd
of accounts for material and oupnllcs,
accompanied by original vouchers
and certified by the Clerk as having
been duly passed by the Hoard of Su
pervisors at any regular meeting, or
any special meeting called for tho
purposo of considering expenditures.
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED that to make expenditures under
this resolution,' it shnll bo necessary
that all salary lists, Items of dona
tions, payrolls, Items or materials
nnd supplies, nnd nccounts-of gener-
a expenses shall before being present
ed to the Hoard of Supervisors, bo
passed upon by a Commlttco or Com
mittees and by such bo reported 'to
tho Hoard of Supervisors with tho
recommendation of such Commlttco
otvCommlttees, and sums found to bo
lawfully duo nnd payable may then
be voted upon singly or collectively
as convenient on a call ot tho ayes
and noes. In tho event of any such
Commltteo falling or neglecting to
so pass upon any such matters, or to
mako any recommendation In regard
thereto, tho Hoard may thereupon
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED that no payments under this res
olution shall be made, nor Indebted
ness ot tho City nnd County of Hono
lulu Incurred, In any month In exccsH
of tho monthly pro rata suma herein
Tho foregoing resolution making
Appropriations for tho various serv
ices of tho City and County ot Hono
lulu was, at a Regular Meeting of tho
Hoard of Supervisors of the City nnd
County of Honolulu held on Tuesday,
January 5, A. D. 1903, passed to
print on tho following aye and no
vote ot tho said Hoard ot Supervi
sors: Ayes Ahla, Aylett, Cox, Kano,
Logan, Quinn. Total, 6,
Noes McClellan. Totnl, 1.
HOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONO
LULU. Hy D. ICALAUOKALANI, JR.,
Clly and County Clerk, City nnd
County of Honolulu.
HE IT RESOLVED HY THE
HOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU
The proper nuthoritlcs ot the City
and County be nnd they aro hereby
authorized and directed to oxecuto on
behalf ot the City and County a le.iEo
of the entire second floor of -tho Mc-
Intyre Hulldlng for the term ot two
years at a monthly rental of Two
Hundred and Fifty ($250.00) Dol
lars per month, olectric light and
Janitor service to bo furnished by tho
lessor, tho form ot the leaso to be ap
proved by the City and County At
Honolulu, January 8, 1909.
W. II. McCLELLAN. ' ,
The foregoing resolution was, nt a
Special Meeting of tho Hoard of' Su
pervisors of the City and County o(
Honolulu, held on Friday, JanuaTy 8,
1909, passed to print on the follow
ing voto of the said lloardr
Ayes: Ahla, Aylett, Kane, Logan,
McClellan, Quinn. Total 6,
Absent and not voting: Cox. To
HOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONO
D. KALAUOKALANI. JR.,
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
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