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UVKXlK'CI BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., THUHSDAY, JAN. 21, 1909.
Whitney & Marsh, Ud.
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Keep In Mind
HAT THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR that you should
hatch out chicken j if you want a lot of eggs and broil
ers this year.
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DID YOU SEE THE
WORK 'NO AT THE POULTRY SHOW?
V.'c filled a lM-egr incubator
pud when the cggi had been
tested out there were 103 eggs
left that showed signs of fertil
ity The day the show opened the
cgRs were taken out of the incu
bator and were carried with the
machine a couple of miles in a
waon and olarcd in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch and we cot J)3 fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
eggs. These arc now bsin ' rais
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Chinese Athletic Clubs I
Will Celebrate KonohiX
Clilncw nttilotlc claim will keep the
ball rollltiK at a lively ralu ilurliiK the
nwet two ilays An olaboratc series of
tnU'rtnltiniunts lian been arranged In
honor of tlio Chinese Now Year, and
there will lu Home unique and oilglnnl
feature each day.
'I ho Hist event of the serlus takes
placo thU afternoon ut 2:30 o'clock,
when the liasebalt teams of tboClilni'so
Athletic CltiTt and the Chlneue Stu
ilunts' Alliance will play a name ill
The StlideiilH' Alliance Is said to
hate an excellent team, and a cloi.e
conteKt Ik promised. Ah the Chinese
:eKldeiitM are eiijojliig vacation thexo
ilajH. they will douhtlexx turn out In
foico to witness the game. There will
lie firecracko-s and the other IlxInRS
ncwoclntvil with the Konohl celebra
tion and Aula l'ark will toul)lU-.-iH he
Timlqlit the Chlncve Athletic Asso
rlntlon will give Its mnsciiiorailu bill
it Knl'dilH or l'yllilas Hall. This will
ho one of the moat Interesting features
of the entire celebration and will
ilonlillvsi piovo a moat ntlrnctlon, not
only to the members of the Chinese
colony, but o others us well. Several
Interesting events, the nature of which
has not yet boiffl nunoiinccd, will, It In
promised, bo sprung on the guests.
Tomorrow morning, two hasuhall
Lines of the Chinese Minor Club will
struggle for diamond supremacy on the
Held at Aula l'ark. This club Is com
posed of the onager Chinese athletes
-boys who are ambitious to occupy
places on the major Chinese teams
Mime i!a-an the players are brim
full of ctillmlasin
Saturday afternoon will see the
Chinese Held and track meet on Hoy's
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tt Today Ilnsobill game, Chinese it
H Athletic Club vs. Chinese Stud- tt
cnts' Alliance, Anla Tack, 2:30
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TonlRht Chinese Athletic Club tt
tt masquerade hall, K. of P. hall. tt
tt Friday Ilaseball gntne. Chin- tt
U ese Minor Club, Aula Park, 10:30 tt
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tt Hoys' Field, 1 o'clock. Hawaiian St
tt Hand will be present. U
St Saturday night Conrcrt and
SS dance at K. of P. hall, given by IS
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Field. This will be one of the most
Important and Interesting events of
the entire celebration. There are some
fluo athletes among the Chlucbe and
good records are sure to be made.
Saturday evening the celebration
wilt be brought to a dote with a grand
concert and ball, given under the aus
pices of the Chinese Aloha Club, at K.
of P. Hall.
The concert program will Include
some excellent featuics and Is madu
up as follows:
Trio, K. Kaal, J. Aloy and "Uncle
lllllle"; Piano solo. Elizabeth I.I: song,
Kalllmal flteu Club; comical song, Ka
taluhl Twins; whittling solo, John
Noble; violin solo, Mary I.I; flute solo,
David Kaltul; comical songs, Kalaluht
Twins; selection, (lleo Club, address,
Honorable J. J Kern.
The dance will take place Immedi
ately after the concert.
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lly n Koru of 12 to S, the Fort Shif
ter baseball nine was defeated by the
Marine Corps aggregation esterday
afternoon. The game wns played at
The Marines started tho hall rolling
by banging out six tallies In the first
Inning. In' (he fifth, they added four
morn runs to their score, while the
seventh saw the final two come rolling
In. Tho soldiers scattered their five
I mis along through the gime.
The teams lined up as follows:
U. S. Marine Corps: (llbhou, p.;
Anderson, c; Winters, lb.; Masak
2b.; Oarve. 3b.; Mistier, ss.; Shelby
rf., Davis, cf.; Mile, If.
Fort Shafter: Drew, Iteckdahl,
Mayo, nieiiu, Splcer, Ilranstetter, Oak
ley, Hateman. Jones,
Score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 S 9
V. S. M. C 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 012
Fort Hhalter . .0 1 0 (I 1 I 2 0 0 5
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Tho soccer schedule for the Inter-1
scholastic League was arranged at a
meeting of the league, held yesterday
afternoon, The schedulo provides foi
a scries of six games, the first to be
played on the 30th of this month, and
the last on February 15.
Tho dates are ai follows:
Jan. 30 High School vs.-Alllolunl;
Puiiahou t. Kain.; Kamehamelij
Feb. 1 Kam. vs. Alltolanl; High
School vs. Puuiihnu; Punahou ground.
Feb. C Punahou vs. Alllolunl; Kam.
Vs. High School; Kitmchumeha ground.
I-eli. 8 Puliation vs. Kam.; High
School vs. Alllolunl! Punahou giound.
Feb. 1.1 High School vs. Puliation;
Kam. vs. Alllolanl; Kamehameha
Feb. IE Kam. vs. High School;
Pmiuhnii vs. Alllolunl; Punuhoii
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The two teams of thu Chinese Minor
Athletic Club, which will meet In a
championship basebill game ut Aala
Park toiuomiiv morning, mo composed
of the following players:
Team "A" Pang, (dipt), c; J. Ah
Chuck, p., O Mlu, tli.; S. C. Wong
2b.; (!. II. lleo. 3b.; Allan, ss.; C Ah
Dock, if; C. Hlng, V ; Ng Chew, of.
Team "H" As Hue. c ; Ah Van,
p.: C Fun. lb.; William. 2b.; C. Wall,
3b,; Kail, ss.; Ahann, (Cnpt.), cf ;
Hung Chin, rf.; W. S. Sheong, If.; C.
Ah Tong, 3b.
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Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
By Hour or Trip.
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
Mav Play In
At a meeting of the Illvcrslde
League, held yesterday afternoon In
the offices of A. I.. C. Atkinson, the
following resolution was unanimously
"Whereas, the Peach All-Atnerlcaii
baseball team Is due to arrive litre
tii or about the 29th Inst., and sched
uled to iplay a series of games with
the All-Hawaii team, an aggregation
of local players, and
"Wht-rv-ns, It Is tho dcblro of jomo
of tho players of tho Illvcrslde League
to part(vlpato in said schedulo of
games, be It therefore
. "Ilcsolyed, that such players of this
league participating In any or all of
tho above mentioned games, bu not
disqualified from further playing In
this, the Riverside Ilaseball League."
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The Fort Shafter basketball team
will play the Young Men's Christian
Association a return game this even
ing at 8 o'clock In the Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium. Tho association team
will line up as follows: Frank Iluch
ert (captain), c: John llaptlst, If.;
Ilen Clarke, if.; James S. N'ott aud C.
Lewis, rf.; Joe Hunan aud Dan Voel
Icr, lg,; The Judges will bo B. Kerr
naiulez ami I.. Chimin.
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Hcllly Is doing a good deal of walk
ing. One of his -favorite pastimes Is
"hiking" out Niiuanu Itoad just to sec
how close to the Pall ho can come In
an hum's time) Ho Is taking tho
early hours for his walks, and It is
Matting shortly after breakfast each
Promotion Committee Is Ready To
Lend Every Assistance Many En
tries Are Promised Cavalry May
Form Important Part
Albums, containing photographs of
the deeorateil uulomoblles which have
participated In former Floral Parades,
uru being prepared and will soon he
on exhibition at tho Promotion Com
mittee's rooms. The albums will be
available for prospective paitlctpauts
la this year's parade who may wish to
get an idea of tho style of decorations
which have been generally found suit
able for motor cars.
It Is tho determination of Director
Pctrlo and his coa;.itors to make tho
automobile section one of tho features
of the parade. Last year the auto ex
hibit evoked great admiration. It Is
believed that this year there will lie
many more machines, nnd (hat tho
decorations will be even more preten
tious than those of last vcar. So many
Inquiries concerning entry blanks nnd
lcquests for suggestions regarding dec
oration themes have been received
that those la charge feel that popular
Interest In this feature is greater than
A scries of nutochronic color photo
graphs of prlzc-wlnnlng machines In
last year's parade, made by I)r Hrluck-
rrhoff, are on exhibition In the Promo
tion Committee rooms. These photo
graphs show the floral decorations In
their natural colors and give mam-
Ideas to those who have never decor
ated machines and are desirous of get
ting some K)lnters regarding the mat
ter. Thu pictures are on exhibition
and are readily accessible to all who
are Interested In them.
As thorflay for the floral parade this
year will bo Monday, It Is believed that
considerably more time will bo expend
ed In decorating automobiles than has
beon iiosslblc on former occasions.
Contestants can commence work on
their cars Saturday ahd. If they do-
Blre, continue It Sunday, thereby hav
ir.g evciythlng In readiness for parade
day. Incidentally tho flowers and
plants used will nil be fresh aud tho
entries will make the best posslblo
The committeemen feel very much
encouraged over the outlook and do
not feel the least doubt concerning the
success of the automobile section of
Tho suggestion that an effort shall
bo mado to secure the Filth Cavalry
as u feature of thu parade, has1 met
with general favor. It la believed that
COO horsemen, their mounts In lino
trim, will add a picturesque Hugo to
tho afrnlr, procurable In no other wuy.
The matter will be brought to tho at
tention of Colonel Schuyler at once,
and It is hoped that ho will ceo his
way clear to cooperating with the com
mitteemen. The commlttco In charge has an
nounced Its willingness to otter n tro
phy which tho troopers may compete
for. Colonel Schuyler. In case ho al
lows his men to parttclpato in thu
parade, will ho asked to name tho
maimer In which the tiopby shall ho
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"TAFT AND GOLF.
Although ho will not cuter tho ring
for nearly u month. Dick Sullivan Is
keeping hlniKclUiu trim. Dick uxpectn
to enter a few moiu walking contests,
as lie finds them as well calculated to
keep him In physical trim, as tho
grind of his own particular profession.
Tranklo Smith yesterday afternoon
transferred his tialulng quarters to
Fort Shafter. Ho found tho marine
camp too near tho sea and, in conse
quence, ton windy, so ho concluded to
go out among tho "doughboys."
ThoTwentlt'h lufnntry welcomes t'io
advont of a lighter there vvllh glee, us
It means that some of (he ambitious
champions will have an opportunity to
test their skill against a real glove
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Jack Atkln, loft at post, runs great
race and wins San Mnrlngo handicap
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Coast-hall league Is preparing for
a six-club circuit next season.
At n recent dinner of tho Orldlron
Club tho quartet sang a Taft song.
Hero aio tho first verso and tho chorus
I to tho tune of "Yip, My Addy, I ay!"
una nigni last .November, as wo well
Ilepiibllcans sat up and laughed.
Their campaign perfected, they all had
A big, brainy fellow named Taft!
And now we are busy, all asking,
"Who Is ho
Selecting for his Cnhlnct?"
Wo hnto to confess It, wo really can't
So what Is tho answer wo get?
Yip. my caddy. I say, I Bay,
Yip! my caddy, I say!
Who will bo In tho CahJJiet?
Taft can tell, hut hovvll not Just
Yip! my caddy, I say, I say,
Wo'io all of us golfers today;
If we want to belong, wo must slug
him this Bong,
Yip! my caddy! Hooray!
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Chlncso football team defeats Jan-
aneso hy overwhelming scoio of 10
to 0 In San Francisco.
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I Jim .lerfrles will begin light train
lug boon and friends believe he will
consent to light Johnson.
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I Thirty-four men respond In call
when rowing Beason opens ut Stan
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