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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDAY, JAN. 1G, 1909.
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ARE YOU EVER IN A SPECIAL HURRY for some
thing you have ordered? If it is for something you
have ordered fiom us wc can help you out, as wo
now have a "hurry-up wagon," otherwise known
as a Motorcycle Van. All you have to do is to 'phone your
order in and state that you need the goods at once and if
they do not weigh over 200 pounds the Reading-Standard
benzine buggy will soon deliver them at your door.
HARDWARE, TOOLS, PAINTS, OILS,
HOUSEHOLD GOODS, CROCKERY, AND
oFORTINa GOODS, at . v-
E. 0. HALL
Black Douglas Oil
Is classed ns one of the greatest known absorbents. Its
value lies in its great healing power Without Irritating.
Hones may be treated with it and still worked.
Hones that stumble arc sore and still and weak in the
legs and tendons, arc immensely benefited by it.
There is no known remedy that will do a hone's legs
more good than bandaging them with this oil,
PottiC fc Sons, Honolulu
ICE, FOOD and TEMPER
It is built with two ideas in mind:
CLEANLINESS and ECONOMY.
It Attains Them Both.
T. H. Da vies & Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TOYOUNQ BLDQ., 176-190 KING STREET.
W. 0. Tcacock & Co., Ltd.,
Sodas and Ice Cream
o AT o
Honolulu Drug Co., Ltd.
Thorobred Bull Terriers
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
& SON, Ltd.
and Monument Works
All the Conveniences of the
'Modern Business Office.
Oat & Mossman,
7G MERCHANT ST. near P. 0.
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent (or Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINQ Sts Honolulu.
PLAYERS TO MEET
GREAT GAME IS PROMISED FOR
Students' Alliance and C. A. C. Will
Try Conclusions on Diamond Much
Rivalry Between Two Organizations
and Lively Contest Sure to Result
Tho baseball game scheduled for
Chinese Now Year's Day, between
tho C. A. C. nnd tho Students' Alli
ance will bo a hummer. The boys
nro using every sparo moment for
prnctlco at Aula Park each evening.
Last night saw tho veternn slab
nrtlst, John I.o, shooting them over
nl practice; ho will twirl for tho Al
llnnco team. Mkcwlsa John Amoy,
who will bo In tho box for the C. A.
C, did homo throwing. Tho man
with tho big mitt muffed them all.
It will bo a battla royal, ns the two
teams nro very evenly mntched.
When tho umpire rails "Piny hall"
theio will bo something doing.
Manager I.nu Tang said last even
ing that ho will wngcr his wholo
month's salary that tho C. A. C. will
mnlio thnso Alliance bojs sick beforo
they nro through. Tho Alliance is
not to bo bluffed.
There will bo a preliminary game,
before tho main ovent, between tho
l'alaina Night School and tho C. A.
(' third teams, in this gnmo will bo
seen home of tho old war-horses and
"has-beens" dinning tho horsc-hlclu
and fanning tho nir.
Tho first gnmo begins nt 1 o'clock
nnd thcro will bo enough chairs for
all who havo too much "Knnnhl" to
si run! throughout tho two games.
To wind up tho day thcro will bo
a mnsiiuc ball at tho K. of 1'. hall.
The snlo of tickets Indleuto a suc
Tho sller cup offered by Tong
Phong will bo presented to tho win
ners of the ball game nt- tlio dance
and, for the present, It Is hard to
foretell who Is going to annex tho
WHO MAY MEET
Jem Drlkcnll, tho llttlo Welshman who
hits fought bovcrrl winning contests
In the '.n In the hist Ihrco months,
Is about 1 1 if b"st foreign puglllbt
who ha: umit to these tdiores In n
long I lino. Ho Is trying hard for u
match with Champion Attcl! and re
cently saw the moving pictures of
the list Altcll-Mornn light. After
w.ilchlng tho pictures critically Drln
roll suld liu was Hiiro ho could beat
It tt tt
WEEKS KNOCKED OUT
(iOl.nriKLI). Nov., Jan. 1 1. At
tell knocked out Weeks in tho tenth
t: tt tt
Malthuw Maloney of tho Trinity Ath
letln club established n now world's
record fur tho Marathon run by lima
tears by making tho dlstnneu in 2:30:
2fi Mi Maloney Is an Irishman, S3
years old. Ho has been In this country
for tlirru years.
By hour or Trip.
G. C. Bookloy, Jv,
! BASEBALL IN JAPAN :
JJ By B. W. FLEISHER
" in Collier's Weekly "
Yokohama, November 23
When Glhhs, tho local manager, with
n party nf friends nnd delegates from
various Japanese baseball teams, a
host (if rcKrtcrs from tho Jnpnnese
press ns well, and a brass' band, nil of
whom ho wns forced to entertain for
two day, went out to meet tlio belated
steamship China, carrying on hoard of
licr ,no "rsl All-American baseball
tenm to invndo Japan, tho first to
greet them was "Mlko" Klshcr. man-
Count Okuma and "Mike" Fisher.
After tho usual pi'cllmlnarles and n
general dubbing of tbo China an a lub,
notwithstanding her faithful sen Ires
of thlrty-thrco years, "Mike I'lsher
said: "Will tho Mikado be at the dock
to meet list"
(llbbs here tried to explain "When
tho fleet wns hero "
"Fleet!" echoed "Mike." Fleet!
Look hero. Was tho fleet one day be
hind schedule? Well we are two Did
tho licet arrive In a fog? Well, we're
here In a drizzle. Did they strike n
typhoon? Well, wo'vo had l)ecroniu
on board. Fleetl Tliu fleet's lslt, I
want you to understand, was only u
dress rehearsal for our reception
"Hut tho Kmperur " . commenced
"Now, look here." continued "Mike"
Fisher. "Didn't I get n letter from
President Itoosowlt? Suro the Mlkn
do should linto been there. Never
mind now, make some other appoint
incnl for mo."
Tho first gnmo was with tho Wascda
I nlvcrslty. Count Okuma, tho bril
liant radicnl leader of Japan pel Imps
tho best known nnd most Influential
iran In tho country wns receiving at
tho tlmo In his beautiful adjoining
grounds, some flvo thousand guests, in
colebrntlnn of tho publication of the
tlrst volumes of "Tho Kncyclopcdln .In
ponlcn," nf which work ho Is editor In
thief, and hero tho Count expected nnd
awaited tho boys. Unfortunately, they
wcro driven directly to tho grounds.
though they nvallcd themselves of tho
hind Invitation after tho gnmo, and re
ceived a royal ovation.
Count Okuma, though disappointed
nt tho non-nrrlval of his exacted
guests nt tho apimlnted hour. Immed
iately prnceoded to tho bnll-grnunds
udjolnlng. It did not take "Mike'
Fisher long to Introduce himself, nnd,
ns a natural corollary, to stroll nrm In
nrm with tho famous veteran of thrco
scoru nnd ten, whom ho occasionally
addressed with n "Say. Count." For
innately Count Okuma did not grasp
tho trans-Pnclflc Idiom for. while ho Is
tho most progressive iiinn in aM Japan
and the leader of moft educational
movements, ho does not speak n word
of Digllsh, nor has ho ever set foot out
The Lead of College Nines.
Waseda University, of which ho Is
chancellor, ho created from modest be.
glnulngs, maintained over since out nf
his private purse, and has seen It grow
to bo tho largest Institution of learn
Ing In tho Far Knst, whllo numerically
Its rostor enn compare fnwirnhly with
those of lending Institutions rif leant'
Ing In any country. There nro ocr
0200 students, of whom nearly fiflrt aro
Thn drydock at Pearl Harbor, II. I.
1.1 to bo 1110 feet long, nnd will colt
mora than 13,000,000. It will hno
a middle gato so that two ships could
lir docked at once, either half being
suitable for n battleship, Thn great
lingth Is to meet tho steady Increase
In thn length of ships, especially
commercial liners In the service of
the United States In case of war.
Admiral Hvans' protest In n recent
magazine, article against tho hIjsciico
of barracks for enlisted men of tho
Navy and tho growing seutlmont In
tho Sorvlco In tho direction of shoro
accommodations urn bearing fruit.
At u hearing beforo tho Hnuso Com
mlttcD on Naval Affairs on Dec. 9,
Civil Knglneer It. C. Hollydny, U. S.
N., Chlot of tho Uurrau of Yards and
Dorks, explained iho proilslon fur
SIO.QUO for plans and specifications
AFTERN00NS"AND1EVENINOS WEEK DAYS.
Chinese. Tho education of tho latter
ho refers to with pride, as also to tbo
Influence which those who havo al
ready graduated havo obtained In com
mercial and governmental circles In
Tho best of the tennis which tho
All-Amerlcnn nine met nro all, col
lege nines, made up of lads acraging
about nineteen years of age, with
none over twenty-one. Dasebnll has
liccoino tho national gamo of Japan,
and tho coming generation will bo
tiue hall-plajcrs. All available va
cant spnees, ns also tho public parks,
for tho authorities encourngo the do
elopmcnt of all sports, nro filled
with Junior ball teams. Some of tho
rially joiing stilt dress In kimonos
nnd wear clogs, but tho greater por
tion nro uniformed In club outfits.
How many rlubs there aro In To
kyo It would he Impossible to esti
mate, but baseball has grown to ho
a. large affair. Tho professional docs
not exist ns jot; but ho will. Kn
thuslnsm runs Just ns high at a base
ball game In Japan ns It docs In
America. The Inst contest between
(ho two lending nines, Kelo and Wa
seda, took place over two years ago;
before the games had finished, n reg
nlar pitched bnttlo had ensued; since
then further contests between them
hnve been ptohlhltrd by their respec
tive faculties. At present tho Kolos
nro conceded to bo tho best team In
Tho visit of tho All-Amerlcnn team
wns widely heralded as tho great
American professional team, and
these young .Inpanen wcro nwed nnd
nervous over their approaching con
test. At n dinner given Mime nights
ago a member of thn Kelo team snld;
"We nro Insects compared with tho
giants who will soon he treading up
on us, and, whllo wo will do our best,
wo fear wo will mnko a sorry show
ing." The results have not been so
Lnd. Thorn wns no Internntlonnl
courtesy nhout tho gome. The Amer.
linns played ball for all they knew
how. They were, of course, hnndl-
mpped by the fact of n long sea
cyngo without sufficient lime to get
Inlo trnlnlng, but, after all, they
were professionals. The first gamo
villi the Wnsedas resulted In a scorn
of fi to 0, nnd tho gamo with tho Ko
los 3 to 0. In tho latter gamp Kelo
mnnnged to hold down tho All-Amor.
leans to 1 to 0 till the eighth Inning,
neither sldo making n safo hit until
Weak at the Dat.
Thn weak point of Iho Jnpaucfcn
tram Is their batting. Whether their
small staturo will hinder their de
velopment In this respect remalnB to
be seen. Considering that they aro
novices at thn gamo, they aro simply
marvelous nt nil tho other points.
They nro quirk, nrtlve. nnd beady.
In any gamo nf sport with foreign
ers, their nntlonal pride assert Itself,
anil yet It Is rcmarkablo that, no mat.
tcr how unfair a decision may bo
rendered against them, they nro nov
el kickers, Tho crowd mny Jeer, In
fact docs so loudly and profusely, but
tho players are trained In a military
fashion such ns is never seen In nn
American team. I hnvo seen tho Y.
C. and A. C. (a foreign club In Yo
kohama) walk off tho field In a poor
ly umpired gnmo as tho result of an
unfair decision, whllo the Jnpancso
ttam suffered even worso treatment
tho Inning before and without a pro-
and Navy :
for tho barracks at Maro Island,
which aro to cost 1000,001). It Is
tlio Intention, ho said, to mako tho
Marn Island yard thn prlnclpaf cen
ter for tho Pacific Coast from which
will bo supplied tho enlisted men ro
il ill red for tho fleet in tho Pacific
Ocean. Thcsn Imrrnrks will bo sub
stituted for tho recclvlngshlp sys
tem. In tho Kant tho Philadelphia
yard will bo tho central station for
tho supply of enlisted men for tho
Atlantic Fleet. It is proferrcd to
New York, becauso It has ampin
area. For Philadelphia barrack
plans $10,000 nlso wns asked. Tho
final cost hero, too, will bo $000,000.
Tho llurcau of Yards and Docks
lias, this wcok, let tho contract for
tho first dredging project to bo stnrt
cd In order to mnko Pearl Harbor a
strong naval base. Tho contract was
This is tho first visit of a real pro
ftsslonal club to Japan, nnd, whllo
they expected a lot from the visitors,
they havo not been disappointed. All
the latest plays now being worked on
them aro carefully noted, and will bo
In general use beforo long, It has
done more than teach baseball. Fol
lowing closely on the Fleet's visit,
it has added another link to the
chain of friendly feeling. America
stands "Ichlban" (Number 1) in Ja
tt 8 a
ROYALTY INTERESTED IN
COMING YACHT RACES
IIOSTON, Mass., Dec. 27. With
several International yacht contests,
two long-dlstanco power-boat affairs,
perhaps another ocean raco to Her
inula and nny number of minor
events, It Is likely that tho Interest
In pleasure-boat calling next summer
will center In Massachusetts bay,
whllo two of tho German royalty,
Prlnco Henry of Prussia and Prlnco
Kltcl Frlcdrlch, son of Kmporor Wil
liam, will lend official dignity to tho
sport for tho first time in this coun
try. Tho Bonder races, which proved
so successful thrco years ago at Mar-
blehrad and two years ago at Kiel,
will have their third renewal next
summer nt Marblchead. Knch coun
try has now won an event, nnd this
year the (lermans will send nnothcr
tenm of thrco ynchts. Prlnco Henry
has entered a boat for the trial races
U tt V
BOY DIRECTS RESCUERS
NI3WAKK, N. J.. Dec. 23. "Ceo
wills! 1 guess jou never beforo saw
a kid hit by a car," remarked S-ear-
old James McVlcker after ho had been
tun down and had n leg crushed by
n trolley cnr. Displaying phenome
nal nerve, tho boy directed tho move
mcnls of the motormnn nnd conduct
or ns ho lay pinned under the cnr.
Despite the seriousness of his Injur
ies, he signaled when to move tho cnr
up. nnd It wns through thn llttlo fel
low's advice thnt ho was at last ex
tricated. Amputation was necc'snry,
but thn surgeons say the boy's pluck
will pull him through.
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Tho Ilrltish open gold chninplnnshlp
will bo held on the Clmpiu Port Gold
club course nt Den), Knglnnd, Juno 3
to 11. Jnmes llrnhl, four times open
champion, wilt defend his title.
let to IIk- Hawaiian Dredging Com
pany for the sum of $3,500,000. This
Is to cover tho cntlrn work. Congress
appropriated last year for tbo work
tho sum nt $38n,0U0, which Is nil
that Is now available, and a further
appropriation is nsked for this win
ter. It Is tho Intention to provide a
dentil of thlrty-flvo feet of water at
mean low tldo over tho areas to bo
dredged. Tho material to be removed
by dredging Is to bo used to 1111 In tho
reservation to bo occupied with
Const Artillery fortlflrntlons. Tho
width of tho chnnncl Is to bo 000
feet. The work extends from tho
alto of tho naval station and Kunhu
al Island down tho channel nnd
across tho bar to deep water of tho
open sea. Tho contractor Is to com
mence work Immediately after tho
execution of the contract and con
tinue without Interruption. The en
tire work covered by tho contract Is
to bo completed within thirty-six
calendar months from tho djto of thn
contract. Tho total qunntlty of ma
terial to bo dredged Is estimated to
bo approximately 7,000,000 cubic
)ards. Army and Navy Journal
NAVY RETIREMENTS 1909.
Retirements on account of ago
among ofllcers of tho Navy during thu
)onr 1!'00 nro as follows:
Med. Dlr. W. H. Dixon Ian. S
Hear Admiral C. F. (looilrlrh . Jan. 7
Chief Carp, James Ilurko . . Jan 25
Hear Admiral W. J. Ilnrnetto . . . Feb 2
Hoar Admiral B. C. Pendleton ..Mny 27
near Admiral J. N. Hemphill.. Jiinn IS
Hear Admiral K. K. Monro . . . July 21
Hear Admiral W. T. Swinburne (ad
ditional number In grade) . Aug. 21
Hear Admiral C. S. Hperry . Sept. 3
Capt. I). I). V. Stuart Sept 15
Pay Dlr J. A. Illng Sept 15
Hear Admiral Gottfried lllocklluger
Rear Admiral T. C. McUan Oct. 25
Mod. Dlr. Dwlght Dickinson. Oct 31
Chief Carp. K. If. Hay Nov. 9
Hear Admiral lv. II. C. I.eiit7e Nov 10
Hoar Admiral K. I), Taussig . Nov 2U
Med. Dlr. T. II. Streets Nov. 20
lltsn. T. O, McDonough Nov. 23
Hoar Admiral It. It. Ingcrnoll . Dec I
Med. Dlr. A. F. Prleo Dee 13
Hear Admiral N. K. Nlles . . . Dec 27
Imported pure bred fowls, Brown
Buff, White Leghorns, etc.
For Distilled Water and Aitorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RINO UP C57,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1203 Miller St.
M. . DE SA.
1 FOURTH ANNUAL M
GIVEN BY THE
Ilewaiian Poultry Ass'n
National Guard Shooting
JANUARY 16, 10, 1009.
ADMISSION 25c. CHILDREN 10c.
January 16th, '09
DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL
There will be absolutely no ex
pense for talent or for the hall. Ev
ery cent will p-o to the fund.
Reserved teats at Bersstrom's.
Exchange tickets bciiiR told by nt
50c, $1, and $1.50
EMPLOYEES of tho
Honolulu Oas Co.,
Ltd., have bodges
vhich they must show
when requested. :: ::
Customers, real or
prospective, arc cau
tioned against allow
ing persons to enter
premises under the
pretext of inspecting
the meter unless they
thow badge or other
credentials. :: :: :: ::
C. L. Wight,
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF-
Arc Sold at Very Reasonable Pricci.
wire ironies Made to Order.
30 KINQ ST.
NOW OH EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDO., FORT ST.
Illnnk hooks of nil sorts, ledgora,
etc., manufnctnied hy tho IIuHotln