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JEVENIN'Q BULLETIN, HONOLPLTJ.T. II., TUESDAY. SEPT. 14, 1909
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We draw ttp wills free
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A new shipment of
Chinese Silk and Grass Linen
Just arrived from China in suit patterns
Table Covers and Doilies
In all sizes.
New heavy and light poncee silks and crass linens.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and'Bethel Sti.
Tsukamoto nan taken up Marathon
Jackson's talk about a full distance
Marathon race and tho following
peak for Itself:
Mr Nigel Jackson, Champion Mara
than Race of tho Territory of Ha
Sir: I hereby challenge you to run
a regular Marathon con r bo to bu helil
at the Honolulu Athletic Park for tho
championship of tho Territory of Ha
waii, commons anil date to be fixed
by the contestants.
Kindly reply by noon of September
Care Edward Townsnnd, manager for
t Jackson will now hao tn nccept the
above challenge or admit that tho Illlo
nan Is too good for him out tho 26
miles and 386 yards course. It Is to bu
Regatta Day Races :
Regatta Day will be celebrated next ,
Saturday, and, judging from the line
program that has bcM arranged, the
aquatic sports should rival nny that
hae taken place In tho pant.
Not only will our local oarsmen emit
pete In all kinds of races, but crewi.
from tho Fleet will nlsii show their
kklll with the oars. The two rncw
that are zchoduled for menof.wnrstneii
will stir the wholo Heel up, und the
sight of the cheering Jackles manning
tho yards of their respectltu ships us
the crews sweep past will be a sight
long to bu remembered.
The suitors' ruces will be entirely
managed by their own officers and thu
distance to bu rowed will bo ono and
u halt miles. Thu juclit Hawaii will
act as Judges' bout, and she will be
anchored oil thu foot of Fort street.
A flag will be ptueed on the old Kin.iil
wharf and tho finish of all tho races
will bu out a Hue drawn from thu
bow of the Hawaii to thu flag.
Entries tor all thu events open this
morning at thu Hnwallan Nowh Com
pany, und there are no fees to bu paid.
The entry book will be-closed nt & p.
m, on Thursday next.
Tho fourth racu on tho program will
bo a fine one and thu Myrtle and Him
lanl crews are lit excellent shape fur
the euut, Thu contest should be n
leuly gout) one, nnd it wll be fought
out to thu bitter end. The Senior six
oared barge raco wilt also be u beauty,
btid as both tho Mrtlcs and lloakuiltf
reckon 'the)' huvu u mortgugu mi thu
race, there will be something doing
fmm thu first dip nf thq oars In thu
water to the finish.
The Senior pair-oar race In which
Sulllan)s und l.yle I'.ideklu will
try conclusions, should bo a peach of
u contest and It Is hard to say which
I air will win.
f Tho test of tho program, which Is1,
printed below. Is tin excellent one, and
Who Will Captain the Oahu Polo Team in Their Match Afttinst Maui
He Is Flaying in Excellent Form and Hay Be Depended Upon to
D6 Some Brilliant Work Tomorrow.
Tomorrow nfternoon ut Moanaluu Captain lrunk's penchant for
the much talked of polo mn.tch be- good horseflesh is very evident when
tween Maui and Oahu will take his string of ponies Is Inspected,
plucc. It will be the game of the Hawaii, his best pony, Is a real
Leason, nnd from urcbent indications beauty, but Uoy Hlue, Kalora and
the clnss of polo that will bo shown Dandy are as good a bunch as any
will be of the ely best., mun eter had the good fortune to
Oahu has won evory match this thiow his leg over. .
onnn. nml Mnul alto defeated the, The gniiivf tomorrow should be
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7 Everything in Season.
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We want to see all our old cus
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SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Defy fire and cracksmen with
Small, medium and large
Steam Roller and Traction Engine
With our new comoination engine we are prepared to undertake
rolling, plowing and heavy hauling. See us for rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Saturday. Judging by tho form
shown by Piniik Haldwin und com
pany, the O.ihil plueis will !me to
play in their ery best expert man
ner to win.
The gnme will sure bo a tussle or
giants at folo, and us all tho men
uie tip-top plajers, one One, excit
ing exhibition of thu king or games
should evAituate. ' Walter Dilling
ham will captain tho Oahu team,
and he will be well backed up by the
rest of tho men. Dillingham is a
cool, heady pla)cr aud can be relied
upon to pull his team out of any
hole they may get Into duilng the
course of tho game.
Dr. aud Sam lluldwtn will show,
what they can do In the way of bril
liant hitting and hard riding, and
John Fleming will be Johnny-on-
the-Spot ut all times. The Oahu
four Is a very strong one, and it ,U
hurd to see how they can be beaten
on their present forb.
Maul will be reinvented by Frank
Ualdwln, Harry Haldwin, David
Fleming and Harold nice. All four
players are well known exponents of
tho gamo, nnd they are well mount
ed Into the bargain. Harold Rice,
who plays at No. 1, will play his us
ual hurd riding game, and ono of his
ponies, Waleleolc, Is a beautiful
looking animal, Harry Haldwin,
who plays at No. 2, Is In excellent
form, and ho Is noted for his daring
horsemanship and sharp, crisp hit
ting. Quo of his . mounts, Major
Humbs, is itn ideal polo pony anil
follows the hall with an almost hu
David Fleming Is a placr of gicat
morlt, und his play lia often been
admired on our local Held, lie has
a line string of ponies aud can bo
relied upon to do some good work
on the K)lo Held,
Then, last, but not least, comes
Frank I)aldwn, tho captain of the
team, und one-of tho best all around
plajerB In tlicso islands. His work
Is alwajH n tieat to wntch, and hU
haul hitting u thing nf Joy to tho
spectator. Ho Is nt his beat when
rnrlng down the field on ono of his
during raids Into tho enemy's territory.
cttcment, und It is expected that thu
biggest crowd of polo enthusiasts
that ever attended a game In Hono
lulu will be In evidence. The Mo
annlua field Is In excellent condition
and It now oAly needs n fine day
lo tap the affair.
Although Antono Kooo's trainer de
clared yesterday that he would not al
low his man to run again for the same
prlro that ho, according to tho Judges
won last Saturday, the probabilities
fare that another race between Kooo
ii ml Tsukamoto will take place soon,
At the mooting yesterday when the
Judges wcro declared unofficial, and
tho contest "no race" It waa obsorven
by Bomo ono that It waa though to not
reward tho runners with some amount
of prize money after their covering
It was not tho runners' fault that
tho Judges have been declared unoffl
clal, und such a declaration seems
strange. Howovcr, the courso tjtken
waMho best way out of the difficulty,
nnd now that tho Athletic Park man
agement has decided to offer a purse
of (300 for another raco betwoon Kooo
and Tsukamoto. tho best thing to do
is for Kaoo tn accept (he offer, as he
will bo certain or either 1200 or 1100
according to his running first or sec
Tho public would wolcomo another
ten mile race between tho two run
nors, and there Is no doubt that the
icsult would Do just as close as tnr
raco of laBt Saturday. A better con
test out nny distance could not bo
wished for and as the next raco will bo
properly managed tho show should be
hoped that the raco does conio off, but ixeiything points to a splendid day's
It would make It more Interesting If starts. A real old tlmu llegatta Day
HoO and Charllo. were, also In the aipea.'s tn bu on tup, und It is to bu
event.' .. hued thut thu public will turn out as
, The four runners can al do tho dip- u,By USC( to in the pat.t.
tance, and It woul I prove, once and for file official program ror tho ila Is
all. who Is the better man. Kooo was M follows:
First race FIvo-oared 'whalcboats
(no spoon onrs). $20,
Second nice Senior slx-oared barge,
Third race Slx-paddlu canoo. 30
Fourth race Freshman slx-oared
barge. $25 trophy.
Fifth race Four-paddlo ennoe, $20
Sixth raco 8enlor pair-oars. 120
Seventh ruce Four-paddlo canoo
(modern). $20 nnd $10. '
Eighth race Junior palr-o.ir. $20
1 Ninth nice Twolvo-ourod V. S. S.
racing cutters. $25 cup.
Tenth racu Sailing canoes. $10 and
Eleventh race Twohe-oared U. S.
S. service cutters. $25 cup.
Twelfth race Sailing canoes (mod
ern). $15 and $10. !
Thirteenth raco Four-paddle canoo
for women. $10 and $5.
Judges A. O. M. Ilobortson, II. H.
Shepley and Captain T. K. Cturk.
Special Judge for fleet races Lieuten
ant F. D. McMillan. Starter Oeorgo
Turner. Tlmekeeiicrs F. J. Kruger,
B. A. Walker and (1. S, Harris. Clerk
of Course II. F. Murray. Recorder
H. A. Wilder. Regatta Committee T.
V, King, I. Spalding aud R. McCorris
ton, 8 8 8
not well when he ran In the last Mara
thon he had .been fasting for weeks,
and was rot by any moans as strong as
he Is at present. ,
8 II 8
Dance On Saturday
With the' polo dance, the Rees re
ception to the Heel officers, the Ku-
lunlanaole itceptlpn to the visiting
Congressmen, the Regatta Day races.
togethel with the grand Regatta
ball at the Moana Hotel Saturday
night; this week will be one grand
big event. In the social calendar.
Already the committee In charge
at tho Healunl-Myrtle bnll are get
ting things Into such shape that this
affair looms up In the distance llko
whirl-Wind, and, while last on
the list of a busy week, It will by no
means be the least.
For some time past rowing has
had to take a back seat to make way
for the many sports that have been
Introduced Into our little communi
ty, and things have not been so 'suc
cessful, either financially or other
wise, for the members, of the two
boat clubs, whose untiring efforts
have done much for the good sports
manship in these Islands, and It la
to be hoped that ,tbe entlro sport-,
loving public will kturh to on this
occasion "and make It a' gamo worth
To 'meet the heavy expense that
naturally comes from keeping tho
boats (n order, training, and getting
a Regatta Into shape, the two clubs
have united this year to carry the
thing through by having an assem
bly and ball on Saturday night after
The hotel will have some startling
electdlcal effects, as well as interior
decorations to attract the wanderer.
Sonny Cunba will havo, charge of
the music of the evening, and the
public themselves will do the rest.
When one has had a day of good
keen sport, there Is no better way In
the world to finish the holiday thnn
to drop In on a pretty party, take a
chanco ut a dreamy waltz, a lively
two-step, talk 'it oyer with the next
fellow, 'or girl; for It goes without
Baying that the fair sex Is'as much
Interested as the' next one In mat
ters of' th'ls kind, and then go home
and rest It off. 'Sonny Cunha's
"Healanl Girl" wilt be revived tor
the occasion by special request.
UNDER THE ARC LICHT'S GLO V
Hilda "Hut what Is tho difference
between a roof garden and any other
Harry "Well, on n roof gtndoi lh(
rfdkleu bloom ut night."
The l'laln One And weren't ou
i bit nervous when ho proposed to
The Pretty Ono Oh, dear, no)
Proposals used to make me norvous,
hut not any more. Chicago News,
Next Saturday and Sunday tho Heinl
flnalB of thu Mclncrny cup will bu
played at tho Country Club and sonic
good play should be' seen. Tho
matches to bo plaed are Monroe and
aill, and Glffard vs. K. M. Campbell
Last 8unduy Campbell defeated Car
ter, and got Into tho semi-flunls nfter
n ery exciting gamo. On Saturday nf
ternoon theto will bu an automobile at
the end of tho car lino, and It will con
vcy Intending players to the club
house; the auto will also run on Son-
(lay front 9:15 In tho morplng, ami thn
moderate chargo of twent).flvu cent's
will bo made.
The Country Club Is In a floitrlshng
condition ut piesent, and In a short
,tlme It Is cxMcted that the club will
own tho proper!) themnelves.
On October 3 tho Manoa cup qualify
ing round will bo started, and Jt Is ex
pected that qulto a uumbor of mem
bers will enter for tho play.
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