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Peqple vvhb are ;lt, ri. $&
who use the most intemperate language. In answer; to a letter
recently written by, one of these, "Harper s Weekly," the great
American newspaper, replied as follows: ,
"Harper's Weekly is by no means as ranch opposed to beer as you
r are. It believes that pure beer, properly made and aged, is a much less
hurtful beverage for the common run of people than spirits of anyltind.
, We think of beer as anl article of diet: you seem to think of It only u an
article of riot. Of coarse it is more dangerous than bread or cheese, or
even than meat, but it lis 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 io any- . '
body. The doctors do, Jome times; that is their office, not purs. 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.
We have always favored ithe army canteen where beer and llfht wines
were sold in limited quantities as being far leu destructive than the bad
drinks that soldiers have peen getting in bad places, since people who
feel as you do got the canteen closed. The results of that action has
been to give our army the worst hospital record of any civilised army in -
tne world. Editor."
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entirely our own hey
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every drop and not a bit of harm in a barrel' Thebeer to
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ANTQNE KAOO 13
WondcrfyJ ,pid Riinner Over Laps.Hilo
Runner (Twicc and Beats Hiiti In a
SprintSoJIivan Wins Walking Race.
Once mok- has Antone Kaoo ilem- too yanla aheathanjl bla time for the
onstratert thnt he Is the best long ills- dutanco was 47 minutes 14 seconds.
tauce runner In ieo Islands, and hyJTsukamoto nnlshed hla seven miles
winning bo easily from Tsukamoto on
Saturday, he set Ihe seal on his abil
ity ns no athlete.
The old "W.ilalua Horso" won with
the greatest 01 ease and he was moro
than two laps ahead ot tho llllo man
at the finish. Kaoo ran In his usual
style and form, and It Is hard to say
how much foster time he could have
put up It he had been pressed by his
opponent. However, tho Japaueso
was not In Kaoo's class over the ills
tance, and the old fellow simply
romped In a winner.
The time, tlxty-clght minutes and
thirty five stands. In good considering
the stnte of the course. Tho back
stretch of tho track was nothing but
a mud puddle, and the men had n lot
taken out of tlieni, when running
thro'igh tho allien. Kaoo seemed C
be troubled less than Tsukamoto, and
the old fellow's beautiful action
helped him a lot when golii,; tlm-ugh
Right from' the start of the race It
was apparent that Tsukamoto meant
to run Kaoo off his feet If possible
and to get such ajead that the rnce
would bo his, barring accidents.
The Japanese started off at the i1h
lol flash and cut qut a yery fast lap
In (3 seconds: Kaoo was yard be
hind and rutinini.wolL Tbe Hllo man
forced the pace In the second lap and
although It was doge In 62 seconds,
Kaoo was elate be'lilml the Japanese
The third lap wns cut out 'in sixty
five seconds and everybody began to
think that the pace was too hot for a
ten-mile race. Lap after lap Tsuka
moto. led the way and. etery now and
again dprintvd. In hO4j or getting
away from his doughty foe. . rtut there
was nothing dulngna Kaoo had the
foot of the other' man and simply ran
In easy style behind him.
The mile ost was thrown behind In
C minutes 32 seconds, and at tho end
of the next lap Kaoo took the lead
and began to get away from the Jan
iinusp. At the end of two miles, which Kaoo
cut out ln-.13 minutes flat, the old run
ner wiik ICO yards ahead of Tsukn
moto and the latter was rnpldly fall
Ing further behind. Kaoo was running
In perfect style and his easy stride
that, takes the Jar off his hips helped
him a lot. Tsukamoto plugged along
gamely enough, but his chance of win
nlng was getting very remote.
At three miles Kaoo had Increased
bis lead to nearly a tap and he did the
distance In 19 minutes 30 seconds.
Tsukamoto took 20 minutes 21 seconds
and was showing signs ot distress.
At the end uf the twenty-first lap
Kaoo overlapped the Japanese and a
great yell of delight went up from tho
Hawaiian and haole spectators. The
"Walalua Horse" just smiled and
started out to make' another lap on
tho Hllo runner.
Pour miles were covered In 2C min
utes 13 seconds, with Kaoo over a lap
In the lead. Tho old fellow was run
ning as If fit to continue at the same
pace for a week. The Japanese was
clearly worrle but ran on In a dog
ged way that showed he meant to fin
ish the distance or die on'the track.
Tho half way mark Ave. miles was
passed by Kaoo In 33 minutes IS sec
onds, and Tsukamoto took 34 minutes
27 seconds to do tho same 'distance.
In the Marathon race a few months
ago tho five miles was dono In 32 min
utes 3G seconds, but that was on a dry
track and a much faster one 'than that
of Saturday. h
In' the, thirty-second lap Kaoo start-
e4 out with a wonderful sprint but
Xsukamoto gamely responded 'and
ithenjljho two settled down to a slcarf-tWeb'l
Jer pgco, The men' were having a
tough, time of It when ploughing
tbi-QUglutho mud and the track was
not Improving with the naddllnir of
the mon on It.
Six miles was thrown behind In 40
minutes 19 seconds, and the runners
were In the same position to ono an
other. Tsukamoto looked tired, and
had shortened his stride alot. The
next lap was cut out at a great pare
and both men run It as If they wero
only engaged' In a quarter mile run
Instead of 'a ten mile event, , Kaon
headed Tsukamoto In the sprint ami
cut. out the lap In 63seconds,
u SoTen,,nlfla.saw, Kaoo. ono -In'if 'arid
In 48 minutes 48 seconds and seemed
to be about all In. '
Kaoo did the eight miles In 54 min
utes 6 seconds, and was one lsp and
three-quarters ahead of the Jajaneso,
who took 66 minutes and IS seconds
to do the distance. Two laps more
and Kaoo overlapped Tsukamoto for
the second time, and again cheers
went up for the game old runner.
At nine miles Kaoo, two laps ahead,
trotted around In the easiest of st)lc,
aud he covered the distance In 61 min
uses 12 seconds. Tsukamoto. still two
laps behind, was 'a pathetic sight, but
he stuck to his guns In great form.
Tho flft)-nlntl' lap was not remark
ablo for anything startling although
the spectators, were expecting to see
it, and the last run at a fast clip.
Kaoo, on entering tho last lsp of his
long Journey, contented himself with
running nt just the same pace as be
fore and a coupie of yards behind the
Japanese. When tho last turn was
reached, howtver. the old wonder
sprinted out and finished tho hundred
yards or sb a If ho was merely out
for a dash over that distance. Tsu
kamoto answered the challenge to tho
sprint, but the Hawaiian, had tho foot
of him and breasted the tape flVe yards
ahead of the 'Japanese. Kaoo, who
wpn'by-two-laps and . n ve.jfatsUCS'A
out the ten miles In 68 minutes 3C
secondsand there la no telling ho
much he Could have clipped on those
figures under more favorable circum
stances. ino."waiaiua Morse" wak compar
atively rresn at tho nnlsh and he
could have kpt going for a long time
If necessary. Tsukamoto was all In
and at the finish and fainted as he
reached a bench. Tho Japanese put
up a game exhibition of running and
deserves a lot of credit for the way
In which he stuck to his hopeless task.
There was only a fair-sited crowd
present am nlthtmgh the bleachers
wero filled, there' wero many vacant
seats In the grandstand. The runners
will notyget much for their efforts but
as the public did not patronise tho
show, there is no way out of the dif
ficulty. There were all sorts of rumors going
the rounds about Kaoo being "Axed,'!
and that the Japanese was to win.
Some sure thing betting men hail
money up on tho Hllo man. and they
acted as If the race was already won
berore the start. However, the old
"Walalua Horse" made every post 'a
wjnnlng one, and romped home a win
ner, much to tbe disgust ot some eet.
Tbe mile walking race between Sul
livan and Ayres was exciting enough
up to the last lap, when Sullivan slm-
I'll iei miuaeii uui ano won oy twen
ty yards. The first lap was rtoho In 2
mins. 19 sees: two Ions. 3 mlns. 4
sees.; three laps, 4 mlns. 36 socs.;
four laps C mlns. 12 sees.; five laps, 7
mlns. 61 sees., and the mlo In 9 mlns.
19 seconds. )
Ayres took six seconds 1ongr'nan
Sullivan ami was greatly distressed
at the finish. The heavy going hand I-
, Whs .-Big Race
According to all refJoVi',ytye'iHll6fexclUn siVugle. but
race meeting was marred by the way.
In which the big match race1 between
and Major ColUar .tailed,
The natch was for 12,060 and tilt 'sponge and the race .was Over. The
was" ooked forward ,,to. wjth the -spectacle of a horse running away
greatest of Interest by everyone. Jwlth a smal boy pulling and saw
It appears that there was' con-, Ing on the bit and; mnklng not the
slderable trouble nt the starting slightest Impression, can all be dono
post, and no less tjian fouf false away, with In a very simple way.
starts were made. Webber caused 'Adopt the starting gate as overy
n(oit of the break-aways, and on one sporting pluce has, and then all tho
oct slon he bolted for a full mile horses can be lined up and gotten
before Ills Jockey could pull him in. 'uwny at the same time. It must
The many false starts took a lot have been very unnoylng for tho
out of Webber, aud In the rnce prop- backers of Webber to see their nag
er he quit iod at the three-guarter taking so much out of himBelt and
mile iKist, Major Collier ,had no throwing away all chance of winning
trouble in going ort alone And win-, the big purse.
"l,,B'li The boxing events at the daletv
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ni mswiint riioM premised
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' Were Very Close
Although there was a coiuHer at
traction at the Athletic Park on Sat
urday afternoon, a good crowd of soc
cer tans went out to tho Lengtio
grounds nntl there
saw two fcood
games of football.
In the first match the I'unahous cle
realed the High School by a score of
z to I, and the game was exciting
rlglil through. Tho High School
scoied first through tho neency of
FYfiniln Wttn bif-lrn.l n nAn, nl I,....
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Sinclair for the Puns evened up things
oy booting the sphere through the
Sinclair also saved tho game from
ending In a draw, and It wns he who
kicked the second goal for his side
The play all round was good mid
the spectators were kept guessing al
the time as Io which team would win
the second game, between the Mnlle
ilinias and H. I. Works, was a close
anair, anu ailer a nne exhibition of
succer the. two teams had to end the
match without either side scoring. The
ball kept traveling up and down (In
field In quick order and the game was
a cry open nne. At times It looked
as It the Iron Works boys mitsf score
for a certainty and then tho Mallcs
would work tho ball down the field
and see to bo on the point of scoring
Dut the defense "of both ttams was
licrfcct and no amount of good ph)
could do the scoring trick.
Races are Good
On the New Year Day the entliual-
astlc sportsmen and other spectators
ot Waialua, together with thor
who came from Honolulu and Wain
nae, gathered nt the Walalua rnce
track und. witnessed , one ot the most
xcltlngr'sc's of Hie )car.
viThe crowd wnsununullyr,Urge,
ana according io inose who were
present the races were pulled off
with great success, in the program
were Included horse race, blcjcle
race, pony race, trotting race, run
ning race and mire race.
Most of thu.e who took part In
the races wero Japanese, and, for
tuntely for them, they won prizes.
The horse races, which were run
ut different times, were won by "Mo
kuleln," a horse belonging to S, Ozn
kl, and by Keuhlpuka. The dlstanco
was covered In quick time. Tho
pony race, consisting of two en
tries, wus rua by Henry Pllmer and
Ah Chew. This was a half mile
Hire, i-nd won by the former.
In the trotting race tliero wern
ninny runners, including Ah Chew,
Medelro, It. W. Holt and Kltn, a
Japanese, Ah Chew and Holt wern
Tho mule race, which was prob
ably the most Interesting of all, was
very amusing. Holt, Knlonn nnd
Antone Souta were tbe riders of tho
When the mules, carrying their
riders, had fairly started on tholr
lace, they, it Is said, commenced tp
do some bucking exhibition. This
Uartled the riders, which was the
cause of laughter from the specta
tors, Kortuaately for them, none of
the riders were thrown from their
saddles. The race was for three
eighths of a mile, and before the dis
tance had been run the riders were
busily engaged In adiustlnr thm.
selves on the Buddies. In this rnce
Kalona was the winner.
There were also bicycle races and
i Japanese wrestling match on the
grounds. Prises were awarded to
soon' It was
seen that Webber was falltnir h...
hind. When his rider drew the
.whip the horse chucked im the
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Introducing the Seven Veiled Dance.
Staged under the directions of
HAPPY JACK WALKER A J
Miss Jeannctte Cooper will intro-1"
ducc this startling New York sensa
tion fcr the first time in this city.
The Popular Soubrcttc
NO INCREASE IN PRICES
And the Best Products of the Camera
From AH Parts of the World.
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK
Admission. ..,.10, 15 and 25 Cents
THE REST MOVING- PICTURES
IN THE i
The Factory Girl",
Prices as usual.
10, 19 atd 25c. Children Sc.
Fort Street Below Berctnnia
J. A. C. vs. DIAMOND HEADS .
SUNiJAY, JAN, 2, 3:30 P. M.
First Meeting- ot Major and
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuann,
Open every night excent Mondav
and Thursday. ,
Good Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arranirement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
The Finest Bathing; on the Beach,"
Meals At All Hours. ?
WINES, LIQUORS, ANDi CIGARS.
w. v, jjehqin. Proprietor.
rC couple ot good boots were pulled
off. Clurcncu Itcynblds, a light
weight, took on Hen da Jlello. who
Is a middleweight, nnd utter ten
rounds of stoiish the smaller man
rot the decision,
Sam Hop, the well-known Hono
lulu sport, boxed four rounds with
Tom do Mfllo, und the m msi TA
lively ono fiom the tan nt tho nmiir.
The referte' terdlfcl wn a ilrnw'
but some people thought that Sum
had a trllle the best of the go,
mere wns no hitch In the field
sports at Hoolulu Park, nud somo
good recordB were put up. A renlS
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..u. ,.,,; nuwu noui uown io me race
track, nnd ylaltortf from all parts ot
the "big Inland were In evldeuco.
Apart from tho Webber-Colllor 11-
nsco.-the day was enjoyed nnditticj
many events watciieii with r,i
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