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EVENING DULLETIK, HONOLULU, T. If., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, '09.
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IT V. I. STEVEHSOH.
Regatta. Day Will
Be Huge Success
Down at tho boat rlubn things
nrc livening up in urnlclimtlcm nf
Regatta Day. The Myrtle crews are
quickening up In lliclr work. am.
Ihclr Senium, Juniors, Freshmen,
1'iiir-oar and "Strawberry" oarsmen
are Just lopping off nicely, anil will
be In the pink of condition when tho
eventful day comes.
No chanae has been tnnilA In thn
crewH, which nro tho Bame at have'.,' ),
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Ten Miles Race on
No lew than eighteen men hnc
jntcrcd Tor the ten-mile race which
s to come off at the Athletic Park
icxt Saturday. The race will start
at 3:30 o'clock, and before tho run-
nera will take the track them will
be a game of baseball between Ihn
Ana his and C. A. C. Juniors.
So far the entries are as follows:
A. K. Norton. J. MeCnnril Inn
C. K. Charlie. Tiukmotd.
lowed, two assistants. One assistant
will be permitted Insldo tho center
of tho track and may follow his
principal and hand him refreshment
at any stage of tho race, provided
hun when tho Cavalry met tho Ouhu
On Wednesday next the Honolulu
men will piny the Maul learn, and
then lino of the best nolo matches
tno refreshment docs not consist of ever Keen heio should eventual
ar,u8"t Onlw Is cry strong this enr, and
fi. A cninlielltnr mar 1nnA llm llm Mf.nl ,.11....... .. in i..... - ..i
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track at any time, provided that 'he the very best of form to defeat our
does so unassisted. He may return men.
nt any time unassisted, but must The team la rctireicnt ii,ninin
not leave thn oocn grounds. Any will lm llm nmn iimt .. i,ii. i...
competitor entering the dressing been victorious to many times lately
rooms during the race will bo Iminc- Tho team, ns 11 whole, could hardly
Chain and Belt Drive.
Call and See Them
i In wI.Mh ih .,. ..... '.... IL- Taylor, George Rosa, 0. M.
tiu iinui inn nri'Ma. ... ...
The Myrtle freshmen are dolnC!r?'8"n.' N,f ol. jHC.kon' J- DoW.
excellent work and show' really n ' 'm,.?. pLm ' " n
good form; tho Seniors arc also In J",?" .,' .f .'. l" C?tM- Cot'
fine fettle, and their stroke Is liven-Jl0' UaVld ,Iaku!le Bnd Anlon
i lm proved Residence Property.
Tensacola Street $3,500
Colleee Hills 5,500
Pacific Heights 6,000
Artesian Street 1,250
Kinau Street 4,250
College Hills 3,000
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Complete Stock of
Single and Double Bedspreads.
Cotton and Woolen Blankets,
Sheets and Pillow Cases,
Comforters and Pillows
New patterns of FLANNELETTES, suitable for KI
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ALL KINDS of BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS from $1.25 up.
AH sizes. Boys' Knee Pants from 25c per pair up.
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I love my wife and
her home cooking, but,
GOOD 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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SHIPPER8 and FAMILY
and maKe the .laundress glad
Sold by Grocers
Steam Roller and Traction Engine
With OUr UGW Combination Mlin ur arm nrnavA . ...Ja.U
rolling, plowing and heavy hauling. See us for rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St. 0pn,W. Q. Irwin & Co. Phon. 8R1
lug up a lot. t They can hit up to
10 strokes a minute nt llmea. nml
rshow no signs of rough work. Their
stroke Is crlp and sharp, and tho
recovery Is good also.
I Tho Juniors are rowing In good
Btjle and show promise of making
Ihe PicKhmcn'1 shift themselves
through tho wntcr In order to de
ffiil 1110 wiuiiKoi- men. 11 u 11 1.11 1-
that Ihe Hcalnnls havn nb Junior
cii-w this year, as tho Myrtle's nro
.Imply spoiling for a race.
'Ihe Myrtle pair-oar men nro also
doing nico woik, and I'cilekln Is In
Just ns good form ns l.jle, who raws
with him. tfapt. I.ylc Is a rowing
enthusiast. from way back, a'nd has
nlwnjs "the Interest of the sport' at
heart. Tho race, between Lylc-rad-eklu
and Oss-Sultivnn (HenUinfs)
should ho well worth going miles to
I Tho Hcnlanl Seniors are rowing In
'much Improved ftrm, ,and can, show
null iivcjb 10 nnymmg in, inelr own
club. They also are confident of
hutting It all over the Myrtles on
Regatta Day, but that romnlns to
Unfortunately tho llealanls hnve
no Junior crow, and conisonenllv
will have to be content In competing
in me senior, Freshmen and Pair
oar races. However, they Imagine
they can about 'pull olf the 'threo
events, and certainly, will If' the
Mnntlnn Ihn nfilttllll. ... .- a
to n Myrtle man.' and a look of dis
gust appears on his face. Suggest
the possibility of the Healanls not
winning all three races to one of
their supporters, and you get a stare
mat plainly innulros "Are you nut
ty?" This stnto of affairs livens up
things, and Is good for tho best
fcport of all.
Thero Is sure to be a hu rmwrt
at the water front on .Regatta Day,
ann notwithstanding the "Anna
Vlrumque," who states In the morn
ing paper that nothing has been
written about Regatta Day, the
aquatic meet will be a hum ,i.
If "Anna Vlriimaue" will innir un
the back flics of this paper he will
find qulto a lot of the Information
mat no is so certain has not been
printed In tho dally papers.
H M tt
If the matter can bo arranged to
day or tomorrow there will be a
cricket match on Saturday at Makl
kl. Captain McOIII is trying to ar
lango It so tho team that went to
Maul play tho rest of Honolulu.
It will bo remembered that Just
licforo our men went to Maul a
match was played, and that the de
parting bunch of crlcketo defeated
Ilowover, the "Rest" cannot rest
under defeat, and tho consequence Is
that another match has been !.
manded. The Maul nlonnDn, m
ready to defend their title as cham
pions of tho grouti. and thnrn will
surp bo something doing when the
two elevens meet.
Tho "Rest" will havo n mum
stronger team when thov mmt thn
boys who Journeyed out nnd defeat
ed Maul. Hut the lattor toam U not
worrying much and will start In and
have a little practice soon so bb to
be ready to Bond the II. C. C. Rest
back for a small total.
There was a Imfcfball camo at P.
yesterday between the Kwa and
Alen Juniors, mid tho lattor bunch
ilefrntiM tho i:vnns hv a m-nr.. ,.r
II to U.
The rules for tho ten-mile race
r'e very much the same as those
Hint were In vogue nt tho Marathon
nice run at the Leasrun rlrniin,l.
They nro as follows:
1. Kach competitor shnll nrinwnl
himself nt tho Athletic Park not lat
er than 2 p. m. on8atUnlay, Sep
tember 11. '
rl!. tinch competitor must lie urn.
6. Only one assistant may han
dle n competitor. Any runner mar
be rubbed down nt any stage of the
race, but only one of his nlstnuts
may linndlo him. Any nsslstnut
who has a hriiodernilc nvrlntrv nr
any rcntornthn ilrncr nicrpiii sfmlMit
smelling snlts, will be Immediately
ejected from the grounds and bis
principal will be disqualified.
Any runner who Impedes or
bumps Into nnother runner will bo
Immediately disqualified. If the as
sistants ,or partisans of nny runner
Impede, obstruct or bump Into nny
other runner, ho will bo immediate
Si Runners In passing other
runners at the turns must not force
their opiioncnts on to tho ropes.
Any hustling or tough work nt the
turns will cntl for Immedlnto dis
qualification of. tho offender.
a 8 a
Big Polo Game
be Improved on. ami It will mu
mighty strong four to bent them.
Walter Dillingham Is a tower of
Hlrnnlli to Ut shin, and tho two
IIiIiIwIiim nnd I'lcmliig ure playing
better now than eer they did.
Of the .Maul bunch Frank llald-
Will is till! fllflrtt lirllHiitil i.t.i..n ...!
. l"HJll llll'l
his riding and hitting Is nlwnys 11
treat to watch Harold Rico Is said
to linvo Improved 11 lot, and ns he,
loo, is 11 line horseman, he sould ren
der u good account of himself on
tho polo Held.
It has been derided to play tho
match next Saturday nt Lellehua.
nnd n specl.il trnln will be run to
the llarrncks. The immiIph will i.n
sent up tomorrow probably, nnd will
00 exercised mid kvnl In riimlltimi
on tho l.elleliiia plateau.
The match between Oaliu nnd
.Mnnk will be played at Moanalua on
Wednesday next, nnd a record crowd
Ik expected to ntlenil the enine. It
surely should bo a renlly line strug-
Kio no mtlie first lilt off, mid the
le.im Hint wins will deserve nil the
honor that Is coming to tlicm.
Frank Ilaldwin's oolo team came
In on the Claudln this nnrnlm- nn.l
tho ponies nnd men all look in tip-
ton condlt Ion. Tho Muni ul.nni-H
hnve hepn lirnrl Inltiir n l.i, .. !...
lded with n medleal rrrflflain nr nml i.vn..t. u.t.i...i . .
h. ... -" " " " ii.iMinui, won nas oeen
fitness, which must 1 be nreitonteil nt In Inn-., rm. u... ,1. ,.. n,...
1. , , " " ""iiiv mil., 19 lUlllHIUIll
me number station before he Is nro- Hint hl man ... .i 11.- .....
... , , ..... .. ....... ...... n,i, ,,iu Llllllll-
thleil with his number and permit- plonshlp of the Inlands.
toil to enter the race: The first aniiearnnp ..r n,n u,.t
3. The number station will lm In inn win i. ...., u. ,...,... .. , .
. .... ,. v 'iv WlllUIUItJ hi iei-
iront of the aranrifltaiifl mil nant lnhA .i... il. ,,, ..,.. ... ......
... , , yw. . ...,, ni.vu un) win limy me ruin
conipetltor will receive two numbers Cavalry. The lntier Ip.., win 1...
and safety pins. A number must, be weakened by tho dcnnrtuie of I.ten.
pinnod squarely on tho chest and tenant Queckcmevcr, who goes tutP . " ... .
back so that succtatnrs snrl .rnrnr. ih ,... n. .,... . Formtilv cutter for H. P. Rotll la
can rccngnlxo a runner easily. Gronlncor Is a flri rin.. .,.,.., .i nmu In rlir f T. P vttwb a
4" , EaCh C6"'or Wl" be " hc ""y" l"""!"'t 8me nt telle- r.O.'S TAaOftlWO DEPAETMERT.
Passengers who reached San Fran.
rlsco on ilie steumer Acanulcn say ro.
IKirts nbout earthquakes In Acapulco
are greatly exaggerated. Only two
M.rnn were killed.
Tho annual conference of cmbnlm
ers opened nt l.onlstle, y , with
nearlv eury Mate In tho Union represented.
Whiat the whole world is saying
Last year the Royal Automobile
Club of London England, said to
the whole world, of this wonderful
"This it tli most perfectly stand
ardixed car that has ever been
Of the thousands of Cadillao
"Thirties" being- built this season
the great majority hare already been
delivered into the hands of the
Thousands of them have been in
me in all parts of America for
They have traveled thousands of
miles, magnificently meeting every
condition that city streets, moun
tain roads, country highways and
precipitous hills could provide.
To the verdict pronounced in Lon
don when the Dewar, Trophy was
awarded, not a dissenting voice has
The approval of the greatest en
Rineers has been just at enthusiastic
ar the praise of the man who never
before owned or operated a motor
If you could consult the most
eminent expert in the country and
ask him to examine every detail of
Cadillac "Thirty" construction, he
would say to you precisely what the
Boyal Automobile Club said:
"This is the most perfectly stand
ardixed car that has ever been
He would tell you that every es
sentially accurate part in the Cadil
lao "Thirty" fitted with every other
imnortant part to less than the fine.
ness of ay hair's breadth.
He would say to you: "You can
not better the quality of this con
struction or the fineness of the steels
and other materials, in any car at
He would tell you that the Cadil
lao "Thirty" is as free from friction
as any car ca nbe made with the
most perfect equipment in the world.
He would tell you that its capac
ity for "standing up" and doing bus
iness continuously cannot be im
proved upon at any price.
And all that he would tell you
any and every Cadillao "Thirty"
owner in the country will tell you if
you ask them.
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F. 0, B. Factory,
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