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EVENING nUI.I.ETlN, HONOLULU, T. It., FHIDAY, AUGUST 27. 1909
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Ten Miles Running Results Of Tenn's
Race Sept. 4 Play Yesterday
After much deliberation tho Athletic
Pm k mini igoinent has decided to udopt
Hi (- ten-mile raco Idea us suggested uiiiI
rooted for by tho .11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n Tor some
Tliu full distance Marathon nice sug
gestion has been .dropped llko a hot
blind and, although Nigel Jackson h is
announced his readiness to run n'ny
man In the Inlands n 26-mllcs race,
thcro Is not much chance of such uu
ovent coming oil. Jackson Ib, without
much doubt, the best man over a' full
Marathon distance that wo havo in
tho group, but there arc hnlf-a dozen
men who can about beat him ocr a
The raco will como off at tho Ath
letic' Park on Saturday,' September 4,
nnd thero Is no doubt that If tho men
tiro In condition u fine contest will bo
witnessed by the big crowd which Is
suro to bo present.
Although cry short notlco has been
given for training It Is thought that
about a dozen runners will enter for
tho race. Entries may bo made at the
Real Estate Exchange on King street
till September 1, and no fee Is charged.
No one who Is not fit to inn tho din
lance will be allowed to compete, and
In this way some kind of a guarantee
that tho I ace will not resolve Itself In
to n walking mutch will be given.
A longer period for training would
havo .been belter as ten miles cannot
be covered In decent time If the men
havo not worked h.ird on tho rond. Tho
men who cut out tho ten miles In such
good time at the League grounds nil
bad trained hard for months, and the
result was a good exciting race up to
the ten miles po.t.
Tho following runners are expected
to take part In tho race and, fit nnd
well, they are as good as can bo gotten
together In these Islands: Thuknmoto,
'the Illlo cliamplnii; Nigel Jackton Dal
I'ahy, Kongler, Tlnias, Downey, two
Krcltas, Pulaa, Cockburn, and 'Char
lie,' tho idol of the sinrtlng section.
Three pi lies of $100 S50 and $23.
will bo given for first, second ntid third
places respectively. The Athletic Park
track mcasuirs six lips to tho mile and
the runneis will have to consequently,
muko Co.cbrcu'ts of tlio course to cover
the full ten miles.
Bcorlngt hnirds will be placed for
each runner and tho laps covered will
bn shown us noon n a min has nrnln
n round of the track. The method of
scoring will be en Improvement on
that In vogue at the last Marathon.
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Local, Ahd CoaFt
0. J, Decker's scheme nf earning
parscngcr.4 from IIouiiiihi, Kau to the
Volcano Hoiibe by aiiloi.iob'le. I a
great success. On steamer days lleek
er meets the bouts and for tho small
sum of $10 cenvejfc teuilsts to tho ho-
' lei nt tho crater. Pioai iliere tho ex
cursionists can return to Illlo by
nil or else nialie 'another trip wltli
Manager Oeorgo Wells, of the Koyal
Hawaiian1 Guragu, made a lino moon
tlulit run to Ahulnnnu on Wednesday
t cuing. Tho party went down to ,t
Unil tho Itnu which wns glcn In honor
of Iho opening of the pineapple, can
nery, and tho iuturiiWau al.io 111.1O0 in
Frank nichardcon expects four
"Tout 1st" automobiles on the next Ala
meda, and the;- aic already told to
arrive. Mr. Itlclnrdson has been Im
porting tho Tourist make of machine
lor Mime time now, but has always sold
them befoio they arrived.
Theio aie four electric automobiles
In this city, and tho chances mo that
seme more of tho cars will bo linpoit
eil befoio long. Tho four nt present In
tlio city aro owned by Aichlo Youirj,
Clarence Cooke, Harry von Holt and
tho late C, M. Cooke.
As u result of the new tax on gas
oline In (lioat lit Hall), benzol, a
product of the coke ovens In gas
win ks. Is ugniu being pushed as n
t'libstituto fuel for motors.
When you have fieieht to be haul
ed to or from the wharf nlace your I
order with us and you will get thei
best service in the city. Phone for
The Wisconsin Secretary of Stato
icpoits that only a small percentage
nf owners have compiled with the
ne wicglstrntion law increasing tho
fee to IL' at this time.
.O00D MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
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Ofllce Fort Street. Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. . Phone 281.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Yea"
A now i oml, of less grndo than
tho incjont one, up Giant's Despair
Mountain, Is being pi ejected by tho
Automobllo Club of Wllkcsbano,
Fotmcrly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Yestcriij's results In tho champion
ship tenuis tournament nt present be
ing played lit the Ueretanla courts
weic us follows: Miss Dlrney beat
Mlts Until ltlchtrds, 5-7, C-l, tJ-4; Mr.
Gregory bent Miss Olcson, C-0, 0-2;
Mies Hull beatMIss tloshor, 0-0, C-l;
A Itlchards beat Conness, C-l, C-2; (It-cheat
Dcerr, 0-2. C-2, nnd Tlico. Itlch
ards beat Sinclair, C-4, 5-7, ti-4. Hart
loll and Gray did not put In nn appear
ance owing to business engagements,
and wcro consequently defaulted
There are now four men left in the
Boml-flnals, viz.: Gee, Watcrhouso and
itho two Itlchards father nnd son.
In respect to the memory of the lalo
Charles M. Cooke the commltlco In
'charge, of the tournament, which has
been In progress forMho past week,
has postponed nil pity till Monday,
August 30, at 4 p. m. All contestants
I pleat e take notice.
I The play yestorday was ory Inter
esting and a largo crowd of spectators
Usltcd the courts. In fact tho ground
was surioiindcd by automobiles and
Mlbs Miriam Halt attracted a lot of
attention by her play wVlch wns quite
up to her great reputation as u tennis
expert. She met Miss Mosher nnd us
the latter, had had little or no practice
for somo time, Miss Hall hail no trou
ble In defeating her two sets strnlitht,
Tho lady from the c""' lii wfn
fine strokes, nnd Is a heady player.
Sonic of her half volleys were excel
lent. Mlbs Uoslicr put op a plucky
.nglit out her opponent wns too good.
) Miss Dlrney and Miss Itutti Itlchards
lha"d to play thevwhole three sets to de
cide which was tho better player. The
, first set went to Miss Illchurds nfter
a vantago set had been plaed. How
ever, Miss Dlrney took the two remain
lag sets, C-l, C-4,
Mrs. Oregory mado her debut In
local tenuis tournaments, and did not
hnve much dimculty in defeating Miss
Olcson by two soIb right off tho led.
Mrs, Oregory plays a hard hitting game
ami showed (some really good strokes.
She will have to meet Mrs. It. Hind
to decide who shall play Miss Hall In
I At her ton nichnrds. In the gentle
men's singles, defeated Conness two
sets to threo games. The young play
er was In excellent form and from the
look of things he will be In the final
Geo hnd not much trouble with
Deerr. nnd defeatod him C-2, 8-2; (lee
as usual, ran the other man off hli
feet nnd won easily
Theodoio Itlchards had to play three
sets to get tho better of Sinclair, mid
tho match was prortuctho of some
good rallies. Many of the games went
to deuce and vantago many times, and
every point was fought for bitterly.
However, Richards proved too strong
nnd won. C-4, 5-7, C-4. Sinclair got 15
Rimes to his opponent's 17 and did
cry well Indeed.
Maui Polo Team Is
i Strong: This Year
According to Trunk TiaMuIn, the
Maul polo team Is strenger Hi in oet
and thero is sure going to bo a flm
tusBlo In September when Uio Inter
It hind tournament is brought, err.
Although thorn does not sevm much
chance of the Kuual contingent taking
pmt in tho gymkhana. an.i,t to the
players not belnn able to get away at
(lie time, thero should be eiiout;;i Joy
when th'j Oahii, Maul nn.l Cnvuliy
tennis get to work on th p,ii ll-Ms.
Maul will be represented by Il.mil I
lllce No. 1; Hurry Baldwin, No. 2
Trink Dubinin, No. 3; and Divld
Fleming, No. 4. When this combina
tion runs up against tlio Onbu fuur It
will bo a hard Job for people to keep
track of tho different Daldulns ami
Sum mid Dr. Duldwln will b-s on tho
Honolulu sldo and Krnnk nun, Hairy
on the Maul team. Then John ricin
In? will represent Oahu nnd Uald will
do Hunts for Maul, so that tho wholo
family Is In tho game,
l Tlio coming tournament should be
one nf the best ever seen In 1'r.vull.
and the pluy nt Moamilui and l.cllehua
will bo exciting enough for anybody,
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Hooker T. Washington nnd Jack
JobiiBon, tho intellectual and physi
cal glunts of tho negio nice, met at
Qulnn Chapel. Chicago Aug. 13,
while nunc than 2,000 ncgioes
checied (until they wcro tired.
Tho educator had come to Chica
go to tell men of his raco to bo clean
nnd strong, talking from tho plat
form, us the pugilist snt in tho fiont
low, a living oxamplo of tho doc-
tilno of health and strength that
was pi cached.
. When a subscription list was
Btarted In the audience to raise a
debt of $500 on the chapel tho
teacher fiom Alabama gave $15 and
the c'lamnlon heavyweight gave $10.
Anrthor $10 Eiibacrlption was that
sent by Senator Lorlmcr.
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