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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV. 8, 1909.
Here is a Story showing how the prohibition law
works in the State of Georgia:
Tvo prominent New York motorists rode into the
''dry" town of Savannah last summer. ' Theyrwere pretty,
thirsty and wanted something to drink. Stopping their
machine they hailed a policeman and asked him
where they might get a glass of beer. The representative
of the l'iw conducted them down the street arid halted
them in front of an imposing church edifice. "Great
goodness!" one of the motorists exclaimed; "You don't
mean to say that we can get a drink here."
" No," said the policeman, "but you can anywhere
else in town,"
The worst enemies of Temperance are the Prohibi
tion Cranks. Because it is human nature for a man to
crave that which is denied him. And, further, prohibi
tion is an attempt to deprive men of what they believe is
an inherent right.
In Germany, where beer is a family beverage, over
indulgence is almost unknown. There they use a very
mild beer with almost identically the same percentage or
alcohol as is in Primo beer; and the German people are
one of the sturdiest nations today.
You'vvill be healthier and stronger if you drink
mrs c t jajm w i n wl v f 1
The J3cer Thai's J3rewcd
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On Saturday the Oahu College slm-
;ly ran over the High School In tho
football game which wag played at
Alexander Field. Thirty-six itolnts to
nil wan the tally, nnd from tho start
to finish tho School did not have a
Thq Punahou tenm scored when
they liked and, although the Highs
put up a gritty fight, they had no
hope of winning.
Norton scored first for tho College,
nnd It was tho result of a brilliant hit
of play. Scoro 5 to 0. Then shortly
cfterwards McKcnzle, with a flno run,
dgaln scored ami tnado the total 10
McKcnzle once mora showed the
class ho has, by making a dandy end
tun and gutting across tho lino; Akl
na added one point by kicking a goal.
Score 1C to 0.
After some good all-round play
Qrace got over fur the Collcgo and Mc
Kcnzle kicked the goal, tho scoro
ctood at 22 to 0. That ended tho first
half and tho game seemed as good as
won by tho College.
McKenzIo wns not long In again
scoring' and this tlmo It was with a
Ltralght buck through left guard and
tackle. Ho nlso converted by kicking
a fine goal. Scoro 28 to nil.
Onco moro did McKenzIo show what
I o can do on a football fluid and, get
ting tho signal for a drop kick for
goal, did so with great success. Score
SI to 0. The final score wns made by
Hltoticoclt, who made a flno run down
the field, guarded by a bunch of his
team mates. Ho finally got across
tho line and as Aklna failed to kick
tho goal, tho game ended 3C to 0, In
favor of .tho College.
There .was a falr-slzcd crowd pres
ent andi<hoiiKh the rooting was not
quite up to the usual form, there was
plenty of it. Lieutenant Bowen was
icfcree;' J. L. ifopwood, umpire, nnd
Austin Jones, field Judge.
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Out Ball Players
There's many nn argument that
tlonulity turns out the best ball
players. For many years the Irish
hnve lntd tho fusteat company all to
themselves, but at present tho Gor
man clement is coming In thick und
fast. Some pietty strong nines could
be picked from the Dutch and the
Irish,' but neither of these nggregn
comej up In regard as to which na
tions would make much of a showing
against a team picked from nil Uhe
bnll-tosscrs In tho country, regard'
Ices of nationality.
ine louowing team contnlns me
names of men who hold down their
respective positions just a little bit
better than any one else, and It band
cd together would have very little
trouble to defeating all comers:
Catcher, Kllng, Hebrew; first base,
Chase, English; second base, Lajole,
Frenchman; shortstop, Wagner, Ger
man; third base; Ilyrne, Irish; left
Local and Coast
Competing ngnlnst cars of larger
size and weight nnd greater power,
n Cadillac 30 has won tho Johnson
cup In the fourth nnnual reliability
tour of the lllnghamton (N. Y.) Au
tomobile Club. The winning car Is
owned by Dr. Jeremiah McDonald
of lllnghamton nnd wns driven by
The run wns from lllnghamton to
Doston and return a distance ot
800 miles and tho Cadlllnc's scoro
was perfect, no trouble whatever be
ing experienced not even with
In spite of the fact that the roads
were in only fair condition, the Cad
illac maintained an, average speed
of 2E miles nn hour over tho entlro
distance. Members of the lllng
hamton Club who participated in
the contest regard the Cadillac's per
formance Its little short of remarkable.
Tho routo was taken through Chey
enne and Laramie, and followed ns
closely as possible the Union Pacific
railroad as far as Green Hirer, whero
the courso yvas laid for Portland, Ore.,
tho party having Just reached San
Francisco from tho northern city.
A compteto camping outfit was car
ried on tho machlno, and many nights
their tent was pitched In truo old
overland tourist, faBhlo'i by tho road
side The physician has been his own
chnuffcur and mechanician on tho en
tire trip, nnd is loud In Ills praises for
tho perfect manner In which his ma
chine has como through the many try.
ing ordcnls to which It has been sub
jected on tho long Journey.
Tho doctor says there were no roads
at all in the State of Wyoming, and
upon reaching the salesrooms of the
Howard Automobllo Company, after a
brief description of tho great obstacles
which were encountered, and asked
what work ho desired done on his ma
chine before proceeding on his Jour
ney, ho replied:
"Thero Is not ono thing necessary
to be done to my machine. It is run
ning more ierfectly today than when
I left New York, and I shall proceed
to Los Angeles In a fow days."
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NEWS NOTES FH0M '
There will be a dress parado by
the Kam Cadets on tho school
grounds Sunday afternoon at 4
o'clock. The new battalion flag will
be displayed and given due honors.
ThA fhrnn.mlln "Mnrnthnn" run Is
the Interesting coming event, nnd '
all of tho hoys are much interested. J
The, event U scheduled for next Sat-1
The Faculty has permitted the
"Marathon" to be managed by a
committee composed ot the ,boys,
who will have full charge. Tho ex-
ftpiitlvn (-nminlttoo nnmnil hv thA
Held, Clarke, Scotch; center field, boyB conssts of A. Lewi8, nrry
iiu.imui, uerraan; riBiii imiu, v,uuu, Godfrey, A. Pocpor nnd J. Hal.
irisu; pucjicrB- nruuso, uonnnu,
Mullln, Irish; Matthewson, English;
Drown, Irish; Donovan, Irish,
Theso players would form a tenm
that would wlpo up the earth with
any and nil teams composed ot only
one nationality that they would
face. A glance at the nationality
of tho team will show that there are
five Irishmen, three Oermnns, two
Englishmen, one Scotchman, ono He
brew and ono Frenchman.
Though bnBeball Is the "nntlonnl
pastime" of this country, the garao
appeals to every one and is no res
pecter ot nationalities. That's why
the giand old sport is gaining a foot,
hold foreign 'shores.
So, It you would pick a- pretty
good team, don't confined yourself to
men of any one nation, but take
lour pick from the nations of the
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Training for tho "Marathon" has
already comirfenced, entries having
closed Nov. 1. Thirty-two nnmes
have been listed, among which are
those of some long-distance runners
from tho other islands.
All of the different grades are rep
resented In the coming race, tho
Seniors, however, making a poor
showln, havingj only ono ontry, A.
Pocpoa, who hopes to do the work
for tho rest of the "huskies."
Stnnloy Livingston Is taking great
Interest In the coming 3 mile run,
giving good advice In practlco runs
nnd' In other wnys getting the boys
to tako part. The boys much np
prcclnto his kind efforts.
Matle Wins Small
Boat Sailing Race
On tho harbor yesterday afternoon
tho raco between the small crnft took
place and.-after an exciting event, tho
Mallo finished In first place. The rust,
camu In In the following order; Ivy,,
Galloping Mary, Dancing Sally, Tho,
I'apiKioso ran on to a mud bank und
stayed thero und could not finish.
The rnco was watched with great In
terest by a crowd of yachting enthus
iasts and, although tho Mallo was far
loo good for tho rest of tho bo.its, tho
lacu van much enjoyed,
Tim whwl U'llH fnllrlv frnflh ntwl Hi,.
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KAIMUKI A 7 room bung-
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KAIMUKI LOTS from $200 up.
Now is the time to buy.
Hawaiian Realty Co.,
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"STICKS EVERYTHING BUT THE BUYER."
Undoubtedly the lest paste in the market for mount
ing photos, etc.
In tubes, jars and pencils.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Tho subscription for tho nrlres
will be strictly kept among the boys.
So far all' but the Senior class has
contributed. There will be a fine
silver medal, appropriately Inscrib
ed, ror. first, prize, and other prizes
If funds will allow.
courso, but tho fact was made clear
that tho wrens havo no chanco against
tho Pearl typo of boat when sailing
oft tho wind,
Tho Papooso Is hard to place, ns
blie belongs to neither tho wren or
other claBB ,of boats. However, Lieu
tenant Shipley will bo allowed to sail
his boat In tho wren races until ho
guts n wren of his own.
"THE ELEVATOR TO SUCCESS IS STILL RUNNING
BON'T TAKE THE STAIRS!"
"The U. S. Bept. of Agriculture has made the statement
that since California Eucalyptus growers must, in the main,
supply the future hardwood which the United States will be
able to obtain, it would pay the owners of the best orchards
and vineyards in the state today to uproot their fruit trees
. and grane vines and plant all their best lands to blue gum, red
v gum, sugar gum and other speoies of eucalyptus."
(San Francisco "Call," March 0, 1009.)
Wt will ttll ttM Und In plots of A acrt and up t !
tlvatt and cart (or the trtca until no furrlitr attention
and (Ivt you a iiuarantotd lit wilt alto m-n
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Special Agent MURRQSTA EUCALYPTUS CO of Los Angeles.
ROOM 300 JU1UJ BUUiUlU, UUMUbUljU, HAWAII.
185 editorial rooms 350 butl
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers o' the Bulletin office.
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any. $050 and $7.00 shoe made.
Our Repair Shop is the only place
in town where you can get shoes re
paired by the time you want them'.
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King and Bethel Sts.
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