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RVENINCJ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. MONDAY, nnc. 1900.
Ll aid Natiomal
- BY V. L,
Kalihis Are Indoor
Race Entry List Champions New
HntrlcB cloBcd for the Kalakaua nve- On Saturday nlnht nt the I'ulnmn
lino wnlkliiK rare on Snlimtny lilsht B)mnnslutn the flnnl baseball game
(.ml twenty men havo iut down their between the Knllhts anil Pajamas
names for llio event The races for was pin) id, and the former team
fnt men nnil veti rang have bo far at- won hy n score of 6 to 0.
tricteil lint Ilvo entries, hut It Is ex- There was n uood-slzcd crowd
I'iclPil that a nnmher of other peds present, nnd the rooting was a
vlll before Ions put In their names thing of Joy during the game. The
The T-njo Mnru scheduled
lo le.ive Honolulu, Friday, Ie-
remlier 10th, will lie the Inst
vessel to take mall arriving ftt
San Francisco, Cat., before
Christmas Dn. It would
greatl) accommodate this of-
lite as well ns facilitate dls-
patch, if persons having mall,
either rcglstr or ordinary, to
go nut by the Tcno Mnru
would deposit same lu the
Post OHlie nt bb early n day
as possible. The Oeliernl tie-
livery window Is open from S
p. m. to midnight, whera mall
tan be registered nnd money
1 orders Issued
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beautifully and priced so low that you'll be surprised, es
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W. C. Peacook & Co., Ltd.
The House of Quality. Wines and Liquors
for the raceB.
No less thin thirl) five prizes have
I ecu offered for tbo rare and tlu met
chants of this city have rcsiionded In
ii ery generous manner to the call for
All the men are training for thn
rrcci, nnd the elimination ccnt next
Snmln) should he a fine exhibition of
wiilklug. Thu final race is to take
place on the following Sunday, and llio
fnt men and veteran events will also
be pulled off nt tho same time.
Dick Sullivan has entered for tlio
I Ig rnco and ho feels confident that
ho can win n'ico more. Ayres Is said
In he walking In great form and he
and Sullivan wilt ptobabl) fight It out
nt the finish again.
Only one entry has cmno from the
Service and thut Is from Oeorge Wal
lers, who Is n trumpeter nt Camp
Veiy. Ho Is snld to be a fine walker
nnd his style will bo watched with In
lerest on Sunday next.
Antone Knoo the wonderful old inn
per, will try his hand at the wnlklng
gnmc, nnd It may be that ho will show
tbo wny-to the other contestants lil
Kahy, another well known long ills
lunce runner, will also do the heel nnl
too net nnd his long stride may currj
Mm to tlio front.
The entry list of tho main evenl I
glen below, nlwi tho names of thoe
who so far, have entered for tin1 uthci
I Open race William Tlmson, U O
Itosa, Sam Hop, Antone Kaoo Daniel
Kahuna it. O. .Inrdln, II. M. Ayres, J.
N. Dcnsliam C. K. Charlie. Wilson
Keaglor, W. McTlghe, i: M. Clieathnin
A. K. Mullen, nick Sullivan, Hang
Chuck, O, n. Henderson, Dal Fah
INIgel Jackson. H. .Kalbe. .Ouyrcu -U
Already entered In the veteran class
are S. H. Webb, last year's champion
Oeorge Vorls. A. Kalbe nnd James
Fhcchnn, Arthur McDuffle, who won
the heavyweight championship last
)onr. Is tbo only cntrj In that class.
n n tt
ow that was made when the Kali
his mnde four runs In the sixth must
have been heard nt Walklkl.
Hy winning tho game on nturday
night the Kallbls become thu proud
possessors of a beautiful silver cup
l.iul tho Indoor championship Is also
theirs. The serbli Is now com
plete, although the Y. M. C. A. nnd
IMIntnns may start another lot of
games In the near futuie.
The presentation of the cup to
the Kallhts will talli? place somo
time during the week nnd the func
tion will be mnde. a great affair. All
the plaers and their friends will
be present, nnd there will be
speeches by both the team captains.
The line-ups In Saturday night's
Kalihis I.edward, c; Trask, p;
Korster, lb; M. Morse, 2b: Colburn,
3b; It. Yap, ss; (1. Mills, If; Mari
Pnlnmna Chlnlto. c; A. Pnrker,
ii ; Klmmut. lb; W. Ilotplll, 2b; J.
Xunes, ;ili; Ah Kwong, ss; Oeorge
Kenlohn, rr; Diamond, rf; II. Akl,
If; Jcrlo nnd I.oka, subs,
SJ B H
Bjddell Will Give
An thcr Show
Cor. Nuuanu and Pounohi Streets,
"HAPPY JACK WALKER," fun
ny. eccentric comedian, and "MISS
Thtee Changes a Week.
Monday, Wednesday and Tridty.
Mondnv and Tuesday.
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FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Odp. Convent.
Honolulu. T. H.
Dob Itosa, who has handled Charlie
Ilellly In all hi fights, and who Is an'
good a trainer ns there Is In this Ter
ritory, Is leaving tho clt) for Water
town, where ho has secured etuplo)
ment. Tho Professor will bo missed
(round tho hnuntH where tho gentle
1 ugs congregate, nnd nil Hull's friends
wish him luck In his new undertaking
I Tho Punuliou football team had a
nlro outing nnd chowder given them
b Harry Steln'er and u few friends on
l'rldnj night Inst. Five big canoes
woro In iibo by tho pari) nnd n num
ber of surf boards at well.
Industrial Edition of the
3vening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B n 1
On WednesiU afternoon on tho
Walklkl beach, opposite the Outrig
ger Club, 1'rofessor Uiddell. hu life
invliiR expert fioni the Antipodes, will
glvo an exhibition of ht well known
work In the line of rescuing people
from the breakers nnd resuscitating
the apparent)) di owned, ,
. Bidders prQV Ituis.demqnstratlon at
the Henlani 'boat shed was nttended
b) a big crowd of Interested siiectnt
ors, and the) showed tho keenst It,-
teiest lu the roceedings from Btnil
On Wednesd iy the exhibition will
fctnrt at 4:30 o'clock and all those in
terested in thn matter are Invited In
nttend at the Outrigger Club. The
public generally should bo interested
In the exhibition, as thu knowledge of
how to save a lifo that has c'liimt
pone Is, vor valuable to ever) one who
frequents tho various watering placet
The Australian life -saver Is third.
Ing of going back to his homo on tho
Makura, so there will nol be another
(bunco of seeing him nt work after
I ext Wednesday.
Wren Race Like
Too much rain and too little
wind Interfered with the success of
the wren race yesterday, and al
though three lloats started In the
event the result was more or less of
n drifting match.
Commodore Wllder'B wren won
the event li a big margin, and the
Galloping Mnr) managed to get
into sCMind place, finishing twent)
minute'! Inter. The Roaring aim-
let vvns away behind in third place,
but vas as good us becalmed at tho
time the first boat finished.
The nice started at noon, when
there vvns no sign of the weather
treal.lng n little, and a fair breeze
vvns blowing. Tho Mary crossed
the line first, with the Wilder boat
second uud the Gimlet third.
Up to the whistling buoy the
boats kept In the same order, but
from there to the spnr buoy Wlld
ir's wren gained a lot nn the rest
of the bunch. About tho quarantine
dolphin the Mary and Ulmlet got
into n mlxup, nnd the Wilder hook
er gained a lot more on the other
On the run down all the boatB
mnde good time us far as the spar
buoy, and the breeze kept up pret
t) well. Then the rnlu came down
lu tonenls, nnd tho race resolved
Itself Into n drifting match for the
test of the distance to be covered
b) the bonis
It was a bad day for the sailing
ace, and only thu keenest or I
watermen would hnve faced the In
crement weather. Hut the wren I
men ure not enBlly frightened nnil
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Monday and Tuesday, Dec. Cth . 7th
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Port Street Below Beretania
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Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
we.itber as long as there Is nil)
wind nt nil.
The Sanford prize was competed
for In jesterdny's nice, nnd It went
to the winner. It was thought Unit
four boats would sail In the race,
I ut on I) three faced the starter.
More wrens nie being built, nnd It
may. be that) In the near future six
or eight of the Ittlo boats may com-
I cle In the race over the harbor
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With tho coming week tho Park has
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least of these being the engagement
of Itanco Smith until the sailing of'
the Makura, when this clever comed
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