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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
DAVIS CUP MEN
STAY ONE WEEK
LONO AND McLOUOHLIN DELIGHTED WITH TRIP TO AUSTRALIA
HAdNgOOD TIME -AND PLAYED FINE TENNIS WILL MEET
"Australia Is nil right, there nra
no hotter puoiUiihii ' on the face of
the enrth than thu Aiixtrulhiix, fliiil al
thoiiBh wu wCici licoten. yet wo re
ceived nn, much ai)lnu?v M if wo hail
actiMlly won thu cup'." 'Thcno wro
the enrt wonU that Melvltlo II. l.ong
ticl when Interview cl on the Modiiu
Mclvlllu II. I.'nr,' mi'l Maurlra R.
Mcl.ouuhllii wcrt- choi-en to rep'reHont
Hie Unltcl StafcH In n kciIch of Intrr
national tcnnlc championship khiiich In
Australia for the DhvIk Cup. They
havr Just relumed to llono'uln ami'
will stny hero for one week In order,
to play n series of singles and doubles,
with the best tennis plnjers on this;
Island. They will leave by the Ala-
nieda nei wcck lor Hnn Francisco.
I.0113 has lieen playing active tennis
slneo 1IWB. when he won the Pacific
Cait championship. In 1907 Mc
laughlin took I In I chntuplcriidiip from
him after one of the closest contests
Ihnl has ever been played on the
Coast. The fol.rmlng ear however
l.oiu recaptured this coveted trophy.
Fine that (line these champion tennis
pliiyrra hnve tiecn meeting each other
on eM-ry iiorslhlc occasion.
Such giMKl form did they kIiow that
they wore asked to go East and play
a series of games In Chlcaim. Minne
sota, and New Voik. While In New.
port. It. I., they were chosen lo rcpre
lant.lha .t?nltaL States In t lit; Davis
cup matches, which cup had been woo
by the Australians from Kngland the
provlous year. After pla)lng a num
ber of exhibition games In Ithode Is
land they both went to Philadelphia
onditnet the International players from
England and the United States, and
played a series of practice games. 1
TI10 Californlans bent the English
men' easily. They did not however
plajj l.nrned and 'Clothier as these
players were team mates. Feeling
that they were In excellent trim to
meet Wilding and Rnxikes, the lvi
Australian champions, they left San
Francisco for Sydney,
T lie first ma ill wn.i :i.nlnst Wilding
ui ayttney. l.rms being chosen to tackle
this strong opponent, while McLough-
lln was assigned to .meet. Brookes,
it" iv P "
Yesterday afternoon at G o'clock
tho entry list for tho poultry show,
which will open next Wednesday at
the drlllshcd of the N. a. II., was
closed, and a very good tot of birds
are on the list. The entries total
Just about the b.iiiic na last year, but
the class of fowls, according to Pres
ident Drown, Is much better.
The lessons taught nt the last ex
hibition were taken to heart, and
the stundard'of flocks has been tnuch
Improved. No Asiatic 'Creeds ' aro
represented In tho entry lists, but
all 'the more popular b'reeds nre
freely entered, Pigeons, ducks, tur
key and Reeso havo also been enter
ed In their respective classes, and a
t.trong showing will be made In
The public will, no doubt, patron
ize the show well, as nearly every
one takes an Interest In birds of all
eortB, The premiums and prizes
offered are us follows:
The American Poultry Association
offers n grand prize silver medal for
tho best cockerel In the American,
Asiatic, Mediterranean and English
cliittt.es, competition opeu to the
The American Poultry Association
offers a diploma for the best male
under 0110 year old In all standard
.varieties, competition open to the
Governor's Cup The' Governor of
tho Terrlto') of Hawaii offers a
silver cup for the largest and best
exhibit of birds In the American
Major's Cup The Major of Ho
nolulu offers a silver, cup for the
bcst-toloicd, Hawallan-hred chicken,
any arlety, In t)ie show.
. Directors' Cuptt-fThe illrectois: of
the Hawaiian PoultrjiAssoelatlon of
fer n silver -cup to the exhibitor
lloth CnllfornlaiiH wcic beaten nftiT n
"irl ttittslo In lliene lnn. The
iIuuIiIch wero then playcininl proved
to lie the closest games of (lie contest.
BverylHidy declared that thciso double
wnc the fluent exhibition of skill and
endurance that linn eer 'been wit
nessed In Australia. '
The scores for the singles were as
follows: Wilding u-rsux Long, 6-2
7-.", (M. MrUmghlln versus llrookr-s
0-2, B-2, 6-4, The scores for the doubles
are as follow: 1,0113 and McLough
ill) ersus WCdlng and Mrookcs IMO,
On the Dual day of the ni"ct Ilrookes
heat !.ong 9-7, 8-fi. frl,
heal Mcl.oiigh.lin !!, 7-
When asked whit they thought of
the Austrnllai' tennis courts, Imth
plnjers were iinanlinmm In declaring
that they were perfect. The courts
were not In xery good condition on the
Irst day of ,ilay, ,owlng in the beay
111I11 of the nUlit, previous. In fact the
games for thei first day had to he
postponed 11s. iho. courts were too sog
gy. Ilrookcs wished to postpone the
games on the second day alto but the
sun came nut and such an Immense
crowd- was present that ' play was
called. Al! the big matches were
played on gr:u.s courts.
The crowds for the three driys of the
championship games averaged not' less
than COOt) people. The Australians
made tennis week a society event, and
the fimiindsuo. lioUouJv-tlooowited
with (he-Stars and 'Stripes IntVrwoicn
with the Union Jack, buunhndreds 01
carriages lined the grounds filled with
exquisitely dressed ladles. The crowd
waa at all times Impartial arid ap
plnuded the losers whenorcr they
made brilliant strokes.
Long Is a student of the University
of California, ami McLoiighlln Is a
student, of the !owcll High School, at
San Kranclsco, but will enter tho Uni
versity of California next year. The
former has tecelved a hitter from
Major II. II. Ray asking that thqf play
a series of singles 'and doubles against
the best players In Honolulu. They
have accepted tho Invitation and will
remain hero for one week, reltirnjng
to San Krnnclsco by the Alameda on
the 12th of this month.
showing the largest number of birds
In the poultry classes scoring 90
points or over. '
The Hawaiian Poultry' Associa
tion offers 11 silver, cup for the best
"collection" (cock, cockerfl, hen and
pullet) In the American elans. a
hllvor cup for the best collection In
tho Mediterranean class. A silver
cup for the best collection In the
EnrJIsh rlass. A silver cup for the
best collection In the game class. A
silver cup for the best male chicken
In the show. A Bllver cup for the
best. 'femubvchlcUon In "the show.
Mr. II. Jeffs offers a silver' cup for
the heaviest chicken In the show.
Five prize ribbons will be award
ed, and cash premiums will be paid
according to competition In poultry
classes (which Include turkeys,
ducks and geese); viz., cocks, hens,
cockerels, pulletB and pens, of all
Five prizes will be awarded, and
cash premiums will be paid accord
ing to competition In pigeon
clashes, viz.: cock, hen and pairs,
under the following schedule:
Trophy Cup The Hawaiian Poul
try Association oilers a silver cup
for best exhibit of pigeons; and also
In determining awarda, no birds
shall be considered that aie not In
competition with four or more birds;
5 for tho laigest an J best exhibit
of pigeons; $3 for the second largest
and best exhibit of pigeons;; S2 for
thu third luigest and best exhibit of
nd best exhibit of
Siiec al nrlze
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awarded by the usboclutlon for the
fcltowlng exhibits: Highest scoring
llnwallan-hred bird In the 'show;
best pen' In the American class; best
pen In the Mediterranean class; best
pen In tho English class; best pen
In the game class; best-conditioned
bird In the show; hest-shnped mate
In tho show; best-shaped female In
the show; best pnrtl-loloied nialo In
the show; best partl-coloied female
lu the show; best solid-colored male
In the show; best solid-colored fpv
male In the show; best llvo capon;
heaviest Tom; best 12 white eggs,
best 12 brown eggs; best 12 duck
As soon as the entries lime been
all classified niul iiumlicicd, the lists
will be printed and distributed at
8 II II
Two Soccer Games
On Saturday next at the league
grounds tho soccer football series
will be continued, and two Interest
ing games will he played. The
wenther Is still rather damp, but If
the. rain clears off the ground will
socin dry and become fit to play 011.
The first game will be between
the Honolulu Iron Works and the
Punahous, and Judging from the
form shown by both teams In the
past, the result should be u hue close
match. The II. I. W. boys have been
practising hard nnd have Improved 11
lot In their punting. The Puns
will hnve to do real good work If
they want to defeat the boys who
The PunahoiiK tire showing pood
form, and as they aro a hunch that
never know when they aro licked,
they may give the Iron Works men
a surprise. At any rate, the games
should be first class and exciting
enough fur anything.
The second giiino will be betwecil
the Mitlles mid the High School, nnd
It, too, should piuvlde some real
good Boccer. The Mnllcs ulwayi
play a good game, ami they may be
depended on to make the bull do
some swift Journejs from one end of
the field to the other. The school
will not be backward, either. In tlie
punting line, mid the team will keep
the Mnllcs on the qui vhe nil the
After S.iturday theie will only be
one more day of soccer, as the final
games are scheduled for Saturday,
January 1I There is an abandon
ed match to be played; It was stop
ped by heavy rain some weeks ago,
and may he pulled off after the reg
liar -games nre nil finished.
3 it n
Haya and Kaoo
May Race Here
Should Hajcs mid Fitzgerald 101110
to'Honolulu, as Is half expected, the
largest ground In this elly will
hardly hold the crowd that will roll
up to see Autotie Kaoo, our wonder
ful old runner, go up ngnlnst the
best ong-dliltaiiee men In the world.
And there Is no saying how- tho
old "Wnlalua Horse" inn Improve on
tho time he has put up on tho local
tracks. He him never been really
hard pressed as regards making tho
Ipuce, and If lie hojl someone to
make 11 lively clip for the whole
Marathon distance, he would, no
doubt, get down close to the times
put up by tho best of the runners.
All Hawaii would be worked up
over a Maratnon in wnicn 11 ayes
and Kaoo competed, nnd the uther
Islands besides Oului would certainly
send their1 contingents of sports
along to root for Kaoo.
.McGrath Is nianiiRlng the run
ners, and hoMitis spoken of bilugiug
both Hayes and Fitzgerald to Ho
nolulu. It Is good news and every
body hopes, that' the .rcinncrs do cciino
NEWS NOTES FROM
Tho Kamehnmehn Cadet llattallou
left the school yesterday morning, und
er arms, for a week's enrampniout at
Moanalua, The battalion left the
school grounds at 8 a. m. Khukl uni
forms were worn. Articles of civilian
dress wero not allowed to bo taken to
camp. Second nontenant W. Kamalo
plpl, In addition tn his regular duties
Is appointed police. nflrr. Sergeant
Awal Is appointed steward and Ser
geant Ellis second steward of the
ritdotf mess,., Tiqy will have direct;
supervision 01 me eauet supplies, ami
tho preparation and serlng of all
mcalio j t J ' ' . J
While In cainii the cadets will take
up exfqmled order irlls, am) giisnl;
nuiy. ran 01 in,eiiny win ue given
over lo cadets for games, After the
return from Camptthe Iwjya v turn
out for good hard practice for tho soc
cer team, whleU has not been Indulged
In for the last twq weeks,
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Captain Frank Chance of Chicago
leads all the National I.cagua first
basemen In averages for the poft
year. His percentage Is .994 for
1 . .
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Introducing the Seven Veiled Dance.
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Miss Jfcanncttc Cooper will intro
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And .the Best Products of the Camcja
From All' Parts of the World. "
EVERY EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK
Admission 10, IS and 25 Cents
THE BEST MOVINO PICTURES
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Prices as usual.
10, 15 ant) 25c. Children 5c.
Fort Street Below Beretania
J. A'. 0. vs. DIAMOND HEADS
SUNDAY, JAN. 2, 3:30 P, M.
First Meeting of Major nnd
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukui St., near Nuuanu.
Open every night except Monday
Good Music by Kawaihnu Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
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PHYSICIAN ,AND SURGEON.
Alakra St., Mauka Paciflo Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
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v SUNDAYS 10 TO 12. 1 .
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Meals At All Hours.
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