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BVENIKa BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. 1, 1010.
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People who are
all the time talking tem
perance are' usually people
who use the mot intemperate language. In answer to.. a. letter
recently written by one 9f these, "Harper's Weekly," the great;
American newspaper, replied as follows:
"Harper's Weekly is by no means as much opposed to beer as you
arc. It believes that pure beer, 'properly made and 'aped, is a much less
w hurtful beverage for the common run of people than spirits of any kind.
Wc think of beer as an article of diet: you seem to think of it only as an '
article of. riot. Of course it is more dangerous than bread or cheese, or
even than meat, but it is not the horror that you think it is. We have
known; intimately, persons who drank a little beer at times, who did not
seem to be useless. We do ,not recommend beer as a beverage to any
. body. The doctors do, sometimes; that is their office, not ours. But we
think that for the common run of people' who are not abstainers a little
beer is a safer drink than a little whiskey, and a great deal of beer
somewhat less dangerous and destructive than a great deal of whiskey.
Wc have always favored the army canteen where beer and light wines
were sold in limited quantities as being far less destructive than (he-bad
drinks that soldiers have, been getting in bad places, since people who
feel as you do ot the canteen closed. The results of that action has
beento give our army the worst hospital record of any civilized army in
tnc worm. i.aitor."
While the view of the editor of' " Harper's Weekly iiWare
entirely our own they undoubtedly rcpresent.iltli'e'js'ane.views of-a
.. ' i I !, uiin"( '
temperance man. , ,.' ., .
When it comes to good beer there is strtingtjj'.a'nd-health
in every drop and not a bit of harm in a barrel. The beer to
'drink in Hawaii is
Now Hint the Y. M. C. A. tennis
tournament Is afmost finished, the
Krentest Interest is being shown In
the finals which are to be played
HiIh nftornoou. Yesterday the tour
nnment was continued and Living
ston and Larimer had a couple of
linrd sets, although the scores make
It look like nn easy wji for Living
stone. The score Was 0-3, C-l, III
favor of Livingstone, and he well
deserved the victory.
Larimer, who played well right
i through the tournament, did good
Iwoik, but he was not strong enough
for Livingstone. Te latter was very
fast on the net, and his smashes
were winning shots every time.
Another good game was that be
tween Louts and Ooldy, and the
former won 6-2; 7-G. The result
was rather a surprise to many peo
ple, iiB Uoldy was thought to havo)
an excellent chance of getting Into
the final. Ix)uIb played consistent
tennis right through, and he cer
tainly beat 'Ooldy oil his merits.
There are now three men left In
the tournament, and they lire 1-ouln,
Garden and LlvlhgiUone. Curden
hnil tuls huve )o fight It out first,
and the winner will play Llvlng
Btiine In the Hnal this afternoon.
If Carden defeats Louis there
ithould be a great go for the final be
tween l.lvlngstnno and the runner
up. Carden waV. thought at the
, start of the play to have a good
jihance of winning out, and-the mnn
I ner In which he has played right
i through has Justified the conlldence
reposed In him.
I The whole tournament has been
I a great success, and It Is to he hoped
(that ns the days grow longer more
tennis will bo played on the Y. M.
j. .. conns nii anuiner competition
There nro some promising tennis
men around the Y. M.- C. A., and
with a .little more experience some
of them, will' develop Into worthy'
opponents of (lee, Itoth & Co.
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At Le; guc Grc unds
Out at the leaguu ground this aft
ernoon the soccer i men will once
nioru brave the -elements and have
a go lit the game. There will be
two matches and both should be
good, In the fltst the l'unahous
;i'liil High School will bump Into one
another, mid the second go- will he
between the Mulles und II. 1.
It Ik to be hoped that the weather
keeps, tine this afternoon, as the
toccer men have had nothing hut
hard luck during the present neu
ron, und they certainly deserve' at
leust one decent day.
If the Malles mid l'unahous win
this afternoon they will be almost
l6vel In the series, and should they
he defeated by their respective op
ponnts, nil four teams will be very
close together, nud an exciting fin
ish for the championship will take
Although there Is a counter at
tracts nut the Athletic Purk ft' ts
thought that on the great holiday
of the year a fair sired crowd will
go out to the league grounds and
watch the soccer.
Jewels and J. A.CS
May Not Play
Quite an amount of doubt exists
oh to whether the Diamond Head
J. A. C. baseball game will come off
tomorrow at the Athletic Park. The
diamond, although not under water,
la very muddy and slippery, and It
would, be hard work to play ball on
I However, the running track will
liot ue in bad trim, as plenty ot
sand has been spread over the
course, and It will be In good shape
tor this afternoon.
8hould It be decided that the Inter-league
mutch cannot be played
tomorrow, the fact will be announc-,
ed at the closo of this afternoon's
sports at the purk,
Cor. Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets.
Monday and Tuesday
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Wednesday and Thursday
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New Year's Day
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The J3eer That's J3rewed
To Suit Hie Climate
Stanloy Ketchel Is making ready
for a long voyage two of them In
fact says V. W. Naughton. He's go
ing to Spain and then to Australia,
and while In the land of tho kanga
roo he hopes to take part In four
fights, the final one with Tommy
lliiriis, who has been engaged In
commercial and theatrical pursuits
since .luck Johnson put the crusher
on him nearly a year ago.
What attraction Ketchel' can see
In King Alfonso's realm Is not, ex
plained, but he has a longing to vis
it the historic country anyhow. No
body ever heard of the prosperity or
the manly art there. As a toreador
Ketch might be n hit with some
practice, but those who fight bulls
for a living were nover known to
gather as much money as those who
fight each other.
Ketchel packed up all his boxing
gloves and punching bags and gym
nasium apparatus yesterday. To his
friends he announced that he would
start for his home In Orand Rapids
within u few days. After spending
the Christmas holidays with his folks
the middleweight champion will go
to Now York nod from there he will
tuko u steamer for Spain.
Aflcr u sojourn In the sunny Ku
lopeun country Ketch plans to hop
on board another steamer bound for
Australia.' And when he lands where
Tommy Hums met his Waterloo ho
hopes to commence training for the
Ilrsi fight of four which promoter
Hugh Mcintosh has promised him.
He believes that he will make a lot
of money und n big reputation In
The long sea voyage will unques
tionably do Ketchel a lot of good.
Since the Johnson tight the. Michigan
Hon has been keeping right on tho
Jump continually till his nerves nre
on edge. Ho wants to get awuy from -The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
til excitement and business cares
iiiil he thinks that iitwo, months'
jriiio on the broad Atlantic will be
quite the proper curd" for him.
If" he gets a few chances to fight
lu AUBtrallu Ketchel will be lu line
to pick-up a lot of money for him
self. There Is no question but that
If lie rounds Into form he can beat
all of tho kangaroo flgtiters, with the
possible, exception ot Huron, and h'o
has Just as good a chance of trim
ming Tommy as Tommy has of put
ting the rollers under him.
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Jeff Has Too
If the number of trainers, sparring
partners, masters of ceremony, gen
eral advisers und th.e like go for
unythlng, Jim Jeffries should enslly
get Into shape to whip Jack John
son In a round or 'two says an Ex
change. No champion of any class
ever gathered loge.th.cr u greater or
a more varied retinue than tho for
mer heavy weight ruler has In pros-
pect ut the present time. It's too
bad that these men can not get Jef
fries Into shape while he sits around
arid looks on, hut It's the cod, hard
truth that the fighter himself must
do the work, and If he Is not there
all the trainers and pooh'-bah men
from Odessa to Milnltas ran not still
oft1 the knockouts punch of the other
In his palmy days Jeff never had.
such a collection hanging around hl
training quarters. Generally, one or
two sparring partners, his oid man
ager, Hilly Uelaney, and the never
to be denied Kid KganMnadu Up , the
gathering at Harbin Springs', whore
Jeff was wont to prepare hlmsett tor
nil his. Important fights around Han
Francisco. And In those days Jeffries
used to round Into the grandest pos
sible form. There was nover a .flaw
or a fault lii his physical makeup.
He seemed to be us perfect a speci
men of manhood as ever battled for;
any .title In any prise ring.
Thut old Baying about too Imany
cooks on the Job often tending to
spoil 'the broth mny hold good In this
particular Instnnce, If Jeffries Is
compelled to listen to the';' sugges
tions of each of his inany trainers
and advisers he won't fl'tilsh in the
ring lit' all. Ills nlaen will lm n
prlvufa cell In Napa or Agnews or
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SUNDAY. JAN. 2. 3:50 P. M.
First Meeting of Major mid
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Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
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Good Music by Kawaiban Glee Club. .
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It will be a sreat
llltv If the frame ennnni IU nXtiva
as the1 start of' tho series has been ?"e ,of tl, "m"y otl,er "'" tar
dolayed so much that much Interest , l1,""1",0 "'"' nro cnt'erel nvo-
will evaporuto If any more post- """" """"Bimui iuniorni.
ponements ore made, 1 , tt tt Jt ,
. It 'has been suggested that the1 ,Th steamer Makura, which clear
fcerlep he "played on the lagu grounds ?l Vancm December 14 for Aus
nn dlt would nppar to be a good t,,"n' ?,a'r fl 3'600 w1r" of Ca
Ideu. That Is If the park la xolnji to ?'""? 'Th ,rUe8 or 2l ""for
h wt nil ti. Hm. the Australian trade. The transfer
H tl a of ,hla ""U8uaI cargo to the ship's
In view of what bus Jieon snld and l,0,' w8 B 'natter of Intense Inter
printed duilug the last year cou- e8t ,0 tne Mukura'a passengers, who
ceinliiK oxw.rt of American niilonio. crowilej the rail.
"F-8ili cards at Bulletin,
bljes, a shipment recently made by
LteCqdlllac, Motor Cur Company' lsf
I interesting, '"'
Jeff To Win
James J. Corbett will he tho anim
ated punching bag on which James
J. Jeffries will practice In lilting
himself for his fight Alth Jack John
son for the heavyweight champion
ship of the world says a New York
This was the announcement mude
lately by Corbett on his arrival from
Kurape on the Mauretnnln. The one
time wearer of the championship belt
suld he wuuld start u series ot hard
fights with Jeffries forty days before
the big fight comes off.
'I urn going to do nil I can to help
Jeff win," declared Corbett. "I think
If he simply spars to get Into shape
It will do him little good, and have
arrunged to get lnt,o condition my
self and have some good fights with
him. They will not be merely light
forms of exercise, 'hut we will go at
one another as If there was a big
stake, up and n good house looking.
1 believe this Is lust what Jeff needs
to make him fit.
"If Jim Jeffries was tho Jeffries of
ten yeurs ngo I would not bother
going to see the fight," continued
Corbett. "Hut he must find out Just
what stamina ho may havo lost
while ho Iidh been out of the game.
"in some of my bonis with him
we may go as many as twouty rounds.
I have no monetary agreement with
him: I am Blmply helping him out
becauso of my" desire to noo him In
shupo lo whip Johusbn."
St tl tt
it lu not on record that uny sluglo'
foreign shipment of motor cars has
ever equalled this, In tho number or
machines at least. And this ship
ment may ha accepted, It Is said hy
authorities, as an Indication of the
export business done by ono Ameri
can manufacturer. Indeed, during
the lust year, Cadillac feats of note
were reported from all quarters of
the glolw Kngland, Wales. Turkey
In Asia, South America, China, Australia,-
etc. showing, that this car
hus had a wide distribution wherever
tho motor car has gone.
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