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EVENING BULLETIN, H0N.9LULV.T. H., MONDAY. APIIIL 19, 1959.
GtOHO Ten yeftrs BB A1,en County,
v v Kansas, farmei put his Initials on a
"VPcVftWM dollar bui- The nfcxt "to he we111 to
T 3 the nearest town and spent it with a
merchant. Before the year was out he got the dollar back.
Four times in six years the dollar came back to him for
produce, and three times he heard of it in the pockets of
his neighbors, The last time he got it back was four years
ago. He sent it to a mail order house. He has never seen
that dollar since, and never will. That dollar bill will
never pay any more school or road tax for him, will never
build or brighten any of the homes of the community. He
sent it entirely out of the usefulness to himself and his
MORAL: Trade nt your home hardware store,, where
vonr dollar buys most anyway, and where you may get it
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
ANDSOME ROLLER and FLAT TOP DESKS set on
legs. The floor under them can be easily kept
clean, instead of bein? a harboring place for dirt, cock
roaches, mice, etc. Sold by
(1. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
40c UP TO $10.00.
Capacity 100 to 800 cards.
AN ELEOANT NEW ASSORTMENT.
"Everything Photographio", Fort St.
is liable to leave one in an exhausted condition and a tonii
Beef, Wine and Iron
is the best preparation to make a weak psrson strong1 It
will reach the seat of the trouble.
Benson Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND F01T ITREETI.
VNCK there was a Hungry
Man who sat by the Bank
of a Stream alive with Fish, and
made no Attempt to Catch
them. When asked why he
Pursued such an Asinine course,
he replied that he wasn't sure
just what kind of Bait to use.
Yes, there is a Moral, but if
you don't see it you wouldn't
Maori Man Meanders
NEW ZEALAND JACKSON WINS RACE EASDLY DAL FAHY
MAKES GREAT EFFORT CONNIE HAYES RUNS
THIRD MUCH INTEREST IN SPRINTS
Condition, pluck and self-confidence,
enabled Nigel Jackson ycstcrtlny to
place the eccond Marathon run on Ha
waiian noli to his credit. Jackson, be
foro tlio Btnrt of tho long dlstanca run,
lind but ono roply to nil quustlons at
to tils chances In tho raco: "I'll win
nuro; I nm In tho best of condition, and
feel certain that I can cut out tho dis
tance In thrco and one-half hours."
Well, ho did not do quite as fast time
ns ho mentioned, but as ha realty was
not pushed In tho latter stages of tho
race, thcro Is no saying what time ho
could havo mado. Having gained two
laps on Fancy, Nigel simply contented
himself with Jogging along side by
tldo with his only dangerous opponent.
Jackson, who simply romped along
over tho ground, occasionally put In a
fust lap or two, and In some rounds
would sprint ono hundred yards or so
nt nn oven tlma gait. Tho man seemed
to be absolutely ablo at any stage to
quicken his pace, and beyond ono oi
two short stops for a rub down, ran
the wholo distance without any pltlkla
whatsoever. Ho cut out tho flvo nilldJ
In 32 mln. 30 sees., ten miles In 1 lir
1C mln., fifteen miles In 2 hrs. 1 mln.,
twenty miles In 2 hrs. 47 mln. 45 sec,
twenty-fivu miles in 3 hrs. 39 mln. 30
sees., and the full Marathon distance
In 3 hrs. 48 minutes.
Kaoo's Great Run,
Kaliey, who finished second, was four
and one-halt minutes behind the win
ner, running tho dlstanco In 3 hrs. 52
mln. 30 sees., while Hayes, who filled
third place, was six minutes behind
Fancy. Tho next two to finish were
Antouo Knoo and C. H. Charlie, and It
ever two athletes deserved tho glad
hand theso men Bhould rank first.
Knoo, who Is n man of over forty-flvo
years. of ago, certainty ran tho best
raco ottho day, that Is to ay that tu'
kept up tho same pace right through
tho wholo dlstanco, and never stopped
oil tho track for a rundown or any
thing else. Ho only slowed down to a
walk twice, and then, only for n few
hundred yards; his was a Stirling run
and ho deserved tho great npplauso
that greeted him when ho sprinted
over tho lino nt the finish. Knoo would
huvo run even better In tho raco had
ho not been Interrupted In his training
by tho strict observance nt the fasts
enjoined by his Church, Ho, being a
dovout Roman Catholic, had strictly
fiiBted during Lent and had weakened
himself thereby. Ills was a wonderful
performance for a man of his age
under tho clrcumstnnccs, and althocgh
Jackson hold everyono safe right
through tho raco, tho veteran would
havo surely havo been second had nil
gono well with htm In his training.
Charllo certainly rnn a great race
and firmly established himself In tho
good graces of nil tho spectators by
the gamo Bhowlng ho mado. Ho Is
only a short little fellow and many, for
getting that St. Yves, tho latest wlnnor
of States Marathon,' Is nlso a stumpy
Individual, laughed as Charley started
In tho race. Dut soon their laughter
wns changed to wonder when they saw
tho Chinese lad overhaul man after
man, and .forgo his way up amongst
tho lenders. Tho little fellow trotted
nlong with a smllo on his face, and
looked dollghted when tho crowd got
wlso to tho groat exhibition bo was
First Ten Miles.
Downey also rnu n great raco and
has an Ideal Btylo for a long distance
man. Ho led tho Held for mllo after
inllo. nnd It looked nt ono tlmo as It ha
would account for Jackson, hut at 20
miles ho Btopped for a rest nnd mas
kiigo, and nfter that wns novor danger
ous, domes nlso did well up to 17
miles, nnd most peoplo thought ho
would surely finish, but ho gradually
dropped behind and out of tho racu ns
far us first place wns concerned. Frank
Knos showed really good form for
many miles; ho and Downey did most
of tho pnco-maklng for a long distance.
Uownoy was tho first man to cover ton
miles, nnd his tlmo wns 1 hr. 12 mln.;
Scnrsch was closo behind him nnd ran
the ten mllos In 1 hr. 14 mln; Gomes
wont thu s.itno dlBtanco In twenty more
seconds than Bcarsch, nnd these thrco
men wcro looking good nt that tlmo.
Merrick seemed to bo In plllkla a lot.
and repoatedly slowed down to vinlk.
Conny Hayes was striding nlong in
tnklng style thus runner has flno ac
tion, although ho appears to run vory
Apr. 25: Cavalry vs. Fort
Apr. 25: N. a. II. vs. Mar-
Apr. 25: Taia.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
stiffly. At 18 miles Scharsch was lea-ling
tho field with Kaoo second and
Jackson running third. Tho twenty
third mllo was thrown behind In 3 hrs.
19 mlns,, with Jack son In the lead,
Fahoy second nnd Hayos and Knoo
running oven for third place, Tho race
was then nil over ns regards first placo
and tho Interest then centered In tho
other pods for tho places. Folic
Bcemed n certainty for second but the
third placo wns not so easy to tip, ns
Ilnycs, Kail and Charllo wcro all In n
bunch moro or less. Hayes, however,
quickened up his pace and managed to
get third jirlie.
incro wns a Dig cruwu in speri.-uors.
and the ground looked very well; a
largo tent had been erected In the ecu
tor of the field for the ofllclals of the
meeting, and benchns and Feats were
provided. Tho scoring boardn nt first
caused n little trouble, but as tho help
ers got Into tho wny of working-thing1!,
everything went smoothly.
Mayor Fern sent tha men away on
their long Journey nni" twenty-soven
runners faced tho starter. Jackson
was nearest to tho ropes nnd I loo u Hi
Mnua on tho extreme outside. Downey
rnn the first lap In 60 sees, flat, Jack
son being second In 01 seconds, Jnck'-
Kon took tho lend from Downey In the
fourth lap, which ho cut out In 71 sec
onds. Downey went to tho front In the,
fifth and Jackson plodded along elbso
behind him. Knos was running llkb n
mnclilne at this stage of the race, and
Kahcy, who was' taking very long
strides, was nlso going In flno stylo.
Oeorgo Kahnulollo, who ran In n henvy
sweater, seemod In troublo and labored
m , nu miles
At two miles Merrick settled down
to a walk; Jackson allowing' Downey
(b mako tho pace, ran steadily along In
fn tho rear. Hayes was showing excel
lent form from tho very start. At four
miles, Downey, Fahoy arid. Jackson
woro In tho lead. Downey Carried n
small stick with which ho kept hitting
his legs as ho ran. Tho rest of the
field had scattered all along the track
by thu tlmo flvo mllos were completed,
nnd sevoral had quite nltogothcr.
At six miles Jackson put In a won
derful sprnt that brought dawn the
"house"; ho rnn aborit one hundred
ynrds at top speed, and then resumed
his ordinary pnto. At sdven miles
Downey had gotten 80 yards In tho
lead of Jackson, and Scharsch was lay
ing about 100 ynuls In tho rear ot tho
champion. Scharsch was showing
signs ot lameness at this stago of tho
raco and most people thought that ho
would crack up bcfnro Long. At eight
miles Homes was running strongly and
Jackson had shortened his stride
Fahoy wns running well within him
self. Charllo sprinted amidst, cheers.
Downey overlaps Jackson nt nlno
miles. Kaon Is running at his regular
old pace, and really looks bettor than
any man In tho raco. Scharsch was
going strong at 11 miles, nnd had not
stopped onco so far; ho was also
swinging nlong finely at twolvo miles,
nnd looked like a certain placo getter.
At thirteen miles Jackson quickened
his pgco a" lot and took tho lend from
Schnrsch, who dropped Into second
placo. Downey again took tho lead and
Scharsch followed him at fourteen
miles. At fifteen miles Downey still
led with Jackson a long way In. (ho
rear but running easily. Scharsch was
oven with Downey at fifteen and a l)all
miles. At 16 miles Jackson was run
ning with Knoo but was two laps nlir.Tl
of him. At 17 miles Scharicit wal
threo laps ahead of Jackson and Dow
nay. Seventeen nnd n halt miles ir
Schnrsch slow down to a wall--. Ja'ck
son hnd n rub down and grat.blng n
bottlo of soda had about swallowed
thrco mouthfulls, when his trafnor saw
hint nnd at onco objected to nny moro
At eighteen miles Scharsch ytafttt,
Kaoo second and Jackson third; Dow
ney, who had rotlrcd for a slicrt while.
returned to tho track hut loolttd novo
nnd stiff. Fahoy was well up nlih tho
loadcm and was nearly even with Kaoo
nnd Jackeon. Nineteen miles and ono
lap saw tho beginning ot the end so
far as Scharsch was concerned: his
leg wob troubling him a lot from tho
start and now felt really bad.
With twenty mllos coreied at least,
n dozen men wero walking, and tho
largor number of tho contestants wero
nut of tho raco for good. The excltn
ment was now Intense and unu spec
tator, a ChlneRO, fainted away as Char
He mado a great attempt Nto ovorthkq
tho leaders, Jackson spriuted nt twen
ty and a halt miles, and finished l ho
tap well In ndvnnco of Schnrsch, with
Kaoo, Fahcy ond Hnycs in Mint order
behind him. Jackson hnd n rub-down
at 21 miles,. nnd .Charlie .put mi steam
nnd galued n lot of ground. Scharsch
waH all In nt twenty-one nillen, mid
Jackson returning to tho track nt once,
put In a marvellous sprint.
Jackson again did n fine sprint at
21 miles and four laps, nnd simply Hew
over tho ground. Tho spectator,! cninu
to their feet nnd cheered him. Twenty
two miles found Jnckson In tho lc.nl
by ono lap from Kahcy, who wns four
laps ahead of Hnycs, who in ti.m led
ChaMIe and Kaoo by two laps. Charllo
stopped at 21 miles and thrco laps, hut
with great pluck started on onco more.
Jackson nt twenty-two ml'es had In
crensed his load over Fnhoy to two
laps, and from that on slmp'y run or
wnlkcd as Fnhcy did. At 5 o'ch.ol:
thcro were thirteen runners on tho
trnck, but the place men wero pi city
well known then. At twcnty-flvij miles
Jackson led Fnhcy by two laps, nnd
Hayes nnd Knoo wero running lotel In
third place. Hnycs sprinted well to
wards the last and managed tu get
away from Kaoo, who tool: fourth
Tho final rosult was: J.-icViton, first,
time 3 hrs. 48 mlns.; Falmy, second.
tlmo 3 hrs. 5214 sees.; H.iyoi, third,
tlmo 3 hrs. 58 14 mln.; Ka-io. fouith.
time 4 hrs. 24 mln.; Charllo, fifth,
tlmo 4 hrs. 9 mln., nnd tho rst finlhhej
ns follows: Sixth, II, Ornco; seventh.
iJoo Honan; eighth, Dlehl; ninth, Ke
Inu: tenth. ' Knnon: eleventh, llfwmin.
- - . -. . ............
Mnna, Kant. Knoha.
Taking It all togethor It wns a great
afternoon's sport, nnd Jack" Scully"
must oe given fair duo for pulling off
the best sporting Bhow of this or any
Tho officials wcro ns follows:
Judges Hon. Chns. F. Chllllngworth.
Hon. II. T. Moore nnd Walter F.
Drako. Clerk of tho Course Churles
Dartlctt. Tlmokecpers A. I,. Thur
low, Chas. Crane, II. M. Ayres, nnd
Win. n. Klnslcn. Stnrtor Mayor
Fern. Scorer a. V. Jaklns. Hefereo
J. T. Scully.
Nigel Jackson takes tho first prlto
of $100; Dal Fahoy. J50; Hayes. $25;
Kaoo, I0; Charlie. 110; Grace. $10;
Honan, $5; Dlehl, $5; Kcpa. $5; Kanou
$5 nnd Hoolu Mann Knal Kowha, $5.
Winners may get their prizes by
calling on Mr. Harvey nt E. O. Hall &
Son's store tomorrow after 2 p. m.
Baseball Man Is
Sporting Editor K v o n I n g n u I
I o 1 1 n : Permit me a few lines
In your valuable 'paper to express
my feelings In behalf of the Knlnnl
anaole llaseball League relative to
an articlo Inserted In yesterday morn
Ing's Advertiser declaring our gnmes
of Sunday afternoon postponed on
nccount of tho Mnrathon rnce. It
was a plcco of contompt'lblo work,
to bring out nt tho Inst moment news
of that sort, when wo had no other
pnper to contrndict snmo. No ox
cuso can be orfercd, absolutely none,
ns the paper tins horctoforo got Its
news from me, where I could havo
easily been found up to 9 p. m.
(next door) Saturday night.
Iloth of tho games wcro on the
verge of being forfeited from tho
news gathered from tho morning pa
per. The sclf-samo person In chnrgo of
that jingo has on provlous occasions
made himself obnoxious by express
ing his own feelings through tho col
umns of his paper Instead ot giving
tho news as desired by the public.
If thcro Is somo ono to control bis
actions, tho sooner It would causa
better feeling nmong a sport-loving
Tho football game, tho English
Bailors, and othor little Incidents aro
Btlll fresh In the minds ot the pub
lic. Cut out the personal feelings and
give tho public the right nows.
Ularney don't work.
!)y Its Secty,,
A. K. VlKMtA.
Bots and Worms Specific
Thete remedies not only cause the evaouatlon of theic I
troublesome pests, but they destroy them and clean up the
injury they have produced in the stomach and bowels. I
Stock may be Riven these medicines on the pasture j
without handling, or while at work. j
Obtained nt Leading Druggists, or -
Pottie & Sons, Honolulu j
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
POLLARD'S No. I CO.
MONDAY evening, April 19th, and WEDNESDAY Matinee.
WEDNESDAY evening. "CHECKERS"; THURSDAY even
ing, VAUDEVILLE: SATURDAY Matinee and Even
ing, "FUN ON THE BRISTOL."
Seats arc on sale at BEROSTROM'S, 25c 50c 75c and $1.
The Popular Favorites!!
Additional Sports on Page 10
Hf BULLETIN AD8 PAY -Hm
"The Two Orphans"
HOTEL ST. opp. KEKAULIKE ST.
Changes Every Monday
COLORED FILMS THIS WEEK.
PRICES 5 AND 10 CENTS
Wednesday and Thursday
Friday and Saturday
Vaudeville Features headed by the
Wonderful 0SB0RN CHILDREN, in
a New Line of Taking Specialties.
The Best Company Mr. Elleford has
Ever Brought to Honolulu.
Seats now on sale at box office for
all performances of the week.
Popular Prices Z5c, 00c, 75c.
WHEN YOU GET YOUR iZ'JZR
by us you will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST.
Their quality of tone and
touch have made them world
famous. The pianos have been
' made in Italy and America
Hawaiian News Co.,
Agents. Y0UNQ BLDG.
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two chnnget etch week.
TIIE COWBOY'S BABY
And other late and up-to-date sub
jects. Entire change of program thrcs
times a week Monday, Wednesday,
HOTEL STREET '
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
ADMISSION 10c. and 20c,
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel. St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not nn ill-smelling clos:d auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses.
Etc., Etc. All kinds ot K0A and
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Tc
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
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