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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLUMJ, T. II., MONDAY, DEC, 13. 1909,
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
WALKING-RACE, 18 .
SPOILED BY TRIGK
YcMtci'iluy'i walking race would lea In front of Jardln.
Ii-ivp been n perfect success In every Uorn, who finished fifth .walked
.,... ...iiu f,.r n .ilrtv trick that ai god race, and he will Improve on
plujid by Jack Mr-Hidden on.Antonc his time 1C minutes 42 seconds
Knoo, who wan pushing Dick Sulll- cxt Sunday In the main event. Poor
inn linrd for first place. IM Sam llop covered the course In
The race had been about half Just 19 minutes and therefore Is
through when McKadden Jumped ! In the race. Sam got a cheer
out of lln automobile and trottltiK , e "" '" the finishing line.
nlonBsIdo of Sullivan and Knoo. ."Too much water kaukau; no can
warned the latter that he was ills-i walk B""1'-" remarked the Chinese
iim-.i i ...... ,i,it,i ii,i. Mni. snort at the dose of the race.
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Paildcn was an official of some soit
at once stopped walking and was out
of the lace.
Kaoo' was walking perfectly fair
Peel and toe, and was slipping over
the ground nt a great rate of speed
when the trick was plaed on hi in.
Through this mean work the race
was robbed of all Interest and Sulll
an finished alone. Kaoo, howev
ei, will be allowed to start In the
nicp pioiior next Sundny, and he
wlirmakii the best of them walk fast
to heat lilin.
Twelve men faced the starter,
nnd nt 2:110 sharp the walkers got
i,ii If r way, Kaoo nt once jumped
Into the lead, nnd, although he nan
no stylo as a walker, ho shu ed
over Jhe ground In quick order. Sul
livan wns In close attendance mi
Knno. and Aires lay third. Jink
-nil. P.ttrlpi 11.U4 nntl Rmti ltnli '
r.nlsh, nnd the
avenue was lined from King street
to the Inn with!
whole of Knlakaiin
mobiles and rig of alt kind were
In evidence and
followed and nil
The police d
an army of bicycles
d good work, but
were handlcappll'ln'"ff'wny by the
length of the co irse that had to be
guarded, and by the fact that at the
finish there were no ropes to stretch
out and keep thi crowd back.
There was a .tremendous crowd
at the Inn, and nil the vnnttfge
fcpots were swarmed with specta
tors. Word had been sent .ahead
that Kaoo wus In the lead, and ev
er) body was expecting to rfee the
old ''Wnlnlua Horse" come racing
iliiwn the road In coinnanr with Sul-
There was much disappointment
Jbrouglit up the rear. Known wnen u wns uucuvercu mai
There was no chnngo In the order' "" """ "l ' ,ue CB- ""
for the first half mile, and Kaoo I " Kot real mad when the new
still led by a slight margin. Some ' "w e "ve was-awimiieii lie
of the slower men were dropping lt"n'e known. However, the Judges
further behind, and the race looked . ""ce uecinen mai iniKi was cugi
to be bctweon Kaoo, Sfitllviiii nndj'lu 'or the final race next Sunday,
Ayres. j"1"! tnnt appeased people a lot.
Ayr'cs was the only man who' Still Jtaoo Is u poor man nnd a
really walked In llist-clnss style, stralglil spori, anu one or me prizes
and his action wns perfect. Sulll- '" tu elimination race would have
Min wan' the next best for sllo. hut "cen vcr afCeptahleto him. To be
tie rest of tho bunch Just got along robbed even of one gf-tho prizes Is
s..mehjiw-wlthoiit breaking. !'rl J'" '"r lllln nd the wny In
The race resolved Itself Into a j which Itiwiis done will In-the long
one-mnn show after Kaoo wns got- n JoFn ' man who did It.
Irn rl.l nf. nn,l nrrent for a rattling I The nine men 'who finished within
good finish for third .place, there wasilhe time llriilt are as follows!
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11UII11I1K IU QCCi ilHCftBUll UI1U Utll-
flf.i fiirtilRliAil thn nvrltpinnnl an far
as rinse finishes were conctfrned, " - ' Ajies .
and llin twn inado n creat rnce of It 3 N'1R', Jnckson
mi In thn Innp. M . '
It looked as If It would he a dead
heat for third place, but Jackson
msiunged to make a fltral spurt
which landed him over tho line Inch-
Wall-Cup Play Is
Advanced A Step
On tho Herclanla conrta on Satur
day nfternooii the Wall cup tourna
ment was commenced, and live
matches were p1a)od. All the matches
were won by two sets straight out ol
three which Is rather remarkable.
And the winners In every case won
cry easily, the only semblance to n
close fight lielng the match between
Castle and Richards.
The Cnstlt-ltlcharils go wns well
fought .out, nnd the former player
(bowed ionic fine strokes down' the1
side lines nt times. Klchards did u
lot of net play and brought off boiiic
fine smashes. In tho second set MHi
prds went off at a fast clip and quick
)y had four games to his opponent s
two: Then Castle got going properly
and, plaing In fine form, took thn
next four games straight and win,
them the set; C-3, fit wns the final
Illctnw, who has returned from Ka-
hiilni, did not liavo much troublo with
Sutton, and defeated him C-3, 6-2. Hors
ier nnd Krazicr showed glimpses of
good strokes and the former, who Is
a steady plajcr, managed to defeat
his opiioiient C-4, 6-1,
Noenl Deerr had not much trouble
with llooth and look both sets, G-l, 01,
the latter player has had no prnctlce
Iate4y to speak of, and w-ns clearly a
lot out of form.
Cantaln t.ow had an easv thine with
Html and Ills left hand service an-
iieared to trouble Hunt a lot. The
first ret went to Low CM) and tho sea
oud to i-2. Ijiw was too strong at
together and ho pla)ed up to his best
form. . I
There was n fair-size crowd nt the
courts, and the play was watched with
great Interest. This afternoon nt 3:30
o'clock C. Q, Ilockus will play .1. J,
Page, and Clark will go" up against
flrny. At 4 o'clock Deerr wlll play
ftletow, and Low will tackle Korster.
The results of Saturday's games
were as follows: Castle beat Tt Illcli
aids, 0-3,. M ;, Deerr heat Uooth. G-l,
fi-l; Rletow bent Sutton, 6-3, t-2; Low
beat Kurd. C-O, fi-2; Korster heat
Krnzlir, G-t, 6-1.
Ewa Tennis Men
Donw at Kwa jesterday some tine
tennis was t'la)ed between a town
team and plantation hoys, and al
though the lienors went to the city
teahi, the games were very closely
Messrs. Hoc'' us, OeeJ.ow pnd,.Ga
tle made the trip down to the big
mill and on arrival were conducted to
the tennis cou-ts, which are In perfect
No Baseball Sunday,
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FOOLING THE FOOLISH
Friday and Saturday
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Prices Children, 6 cents; 'Adults,
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Prices as usual.
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A-case of good beer is a pretty good
'thing to have in the house during the
Friends drop in during the evening,
and a glass of beer with some dainty
sandwiches or a Welsh rarebit is a very
important feature of the evening's en
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Excellent floor arrangement.
are admittod to be about the best In
these islands, ami a tot or wrjrK is in. Admission 10:
wnjs oeing none on mem lo Keep meui
In first class order.
The opcnl.ig match was between
McKeever-Henlon, Jr., and Low-Castle.
und the town pair won two sots
btralght. C-2. t!-2. T)ien Greenfield and
Schmidt went up against DocVus and
fli, nnil ni?nlllttiA llrinfitllllt Innn wnti
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.1 ItOiix won the cup nrescnted by
1 tho Jnpjiieae Chronicle tor the best
batting nvuraKu or the Oahu I-eaKiie,
llu stands with a percentiiKo of .254,
r.nd allhout;h there are others with
higher flKuroB, lie was at bat a crcat
many more times thnn they were. Kor
stolen bases Sim; ChmiK comes out
:lrst with 13, nnd the muart little run
pes Is to be complimented on the
There was h wren salllrp race li:
terday arternoon and allhoucli most
people were, at Hit wi'klnj race, a
fair-sized 'crowd "Vent down to the
wnterrumt to see tho sti:i!l boa' a m
work. Tho ace wan won bv tn Roar
1nc Qlmlet In easy fashlo.i ai she fi.i
'Ishcd live minutes 'ahead of the next
boat, which was tho Ghakamanao, The
I'earl flnlrhed In third place forty-live
seconds behind tho second bnnt.
Mayor Fern suggests, that n tri
angular scries of 'baseball games bo
arranged between 'tho St, l-ouis, Aalas
and J. A. C.s. These three teams arc
the champions of their respective
leagues and they should put'up somo
fine exhibitions of tho national game.
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156 Hotel St. Phone 718.
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Hotel Stewart now recognized as
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1189 Fort St.
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Then the star match of the day was
started, nnd In It Greenfield and Me
Kenver wero partners against Castle
nnd Gee, Tho first xet went to the
plantation men 6-2, and things did not
look too good for the visitors.
However, Itf the sc6ond set the town
renresentntlves hml a bit of luck for
tho Ewa boyB only needed one point I
to tnko tho second set, and with It tho and, as Kwa Is In a class by llVelf as
nialch. Gieeiifleld broke down on regards hospitality, the' visitors had a
his servo, and tho Honolulu men re- real good tlmo.
covered from n dangerous misltloti. After tile close of the match nil
and eventually won tho set 7-5. the players,both from town und
With one set each the excitement country, enjoye dthe splendid hos-
inn high, and the fair rooters for the pltnlity of Mr. and Mrs. McKcevcr
home team got busy, Tho third und at n dinner thnt settled bejoml uny
deciding net was a good ono, too, and doubt the question of nddltlounl
wan fought out to a cloto finish, Castlo matches In the faternoon,
end Cee eventually winning 0-4. The x
whole ilny'a si-ort was much enjoyed Additional Snort on Pace 12
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iRga To uit Tlie CUmele
The Palama Junior Indoor baseball
nine ilofeffted the Knlllil hunch by a
ecore of 21 to 13 on Saturday night at
the Palama gymnasium. Up, till the
ninth' Inning tho. scpre was tied, but
the Palamas then came through with
;lght riinsNiml won easily,
"Our" Hill IluriiH, the most popular
member of tho Mlkcr Hshur bunch of
baseball players. Is In town once
more., and will spend somo time with
usl' Bill was on his way to Australia
for a .trip but could not manager to
get past Honolulu. "
Buv A Nice Ruer
For Christmas .
E'HAVE the TWISTED MATTING RUGS, made in China. These
are not expensive, yet they make very desirable floor coverings in
, any house. We have imported a specially large stock for the
Urge Holiday trade we have in them every year.
We have a flni'assortment of BLUE and WHITE JAPANESE C0T-'
TON RUGS. PRICES VERY LOW. ,
Pete Duron Is renewing his old tlmo
friendships and feels happy' to be onco
mora In Hawaii not. .Ho was an Inter
estcd spectator of tho walking race
James .larutt, biother nf Sheriff
Jarrett. Is making good on tho Santa
Clara Itngby foothill teiim and ho is
u great fiiMirlto with uvoryone nt the
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