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BT V. I. STEVENSON.
Fleet Will Have
As soon as the ileot arrives there
will bo somo ual baseball played
between the different ships and the (
local landlubber: The National
Guards are very keen on putting
their best nine up against the best
combination of the whole fleet. ,
When the licet was here bofore,
the (luards played the combined fleet
nine, nnd were defeatd aftr a line
game by a score of 3 to 1. That
was tliu llrst of a series of three
gunius, and the Guards want to have
tha other two, or one, as the case
The arrival of the fleet will shako
up things In the athletic line, and
It will be a good thing for the town.
The Jackies play good ball, and they
are always In earnest about the
games. "Snakes" Schaeffor will get , limn. .
a great reception when he steps Into! Theu may sllll be n chnnce of tlm
the box and proceeds to tlo himself Abinedi boys coming along as they
Into knots before putting nn Inshoot ate willing lo pay a big share of their
over tho plate. ' , excuses but on arrival hero there
Tho West Virginia boys put up would be nortcognlied teuii ready to
come fine games at the Athletic I'aik meet tliin. Thero are plenty of run
and It was n tieat to go down theio nora mil Jumpers who would compet.i
In the iirteruoons nnd see tho lads against tho mainland follow but tho
playing the gamo for nil they wore latter would run a gloat chance of Ins
worth. lug thelramateur. status If tlicy ran
Tho Athletic Park will probably j against somo of tho alleged nmutenrs
not bo nvnllablo, as ro much rain ' this Terrltoiy.
ha fallen lately that the diamond However, even. If Ihe Alameda boys
Is more' like u fishpond than-any,- ''" 'tot come, thefKlornPIarade com
thing else. It' will have to bo mltteo will piovftle' nn afternoon's
drained properly before It will be Vit at Aala 1'ark that will provide
any good in the winter time. How
ever, tho league ground is as good
as ever, and most of the games can
bo played there or out at Kaplolani
Manager Harry of tho Guards Is
unco more on tho warpath as regards
baseball, and he Is determined to
make up n really first-class nine that
will glvo tho best combined team
tho licet can produce a tough go fur"
As uunountcd In jestcrdny after-
noun's It u I 1 e 1 1 n, u meeting will
be held on Friday evening at the
llungalow, atul a big gathering of
biill-playcra Is expected to turn up.
A learn will bo selected and piactlse
started ut once, so that the Guards
will be In lino form when the fleet
Jackies Td Join
In Track Meet
As usual, a visit fiom the war
ships of Uncle Sapi means a tevlval
of sports all round, and while tho
Jackies are hero tho Military Ath
letic Association will arrange nil
sorts of athletic stunts for them.
On the occasion of tho last visit
ui me ucci, uuncuun WUB UUUUl 1117
.!. l t.nnl...ll !... l.l'" "V.i.O tlillQ,
only sport handled, although there
were several boxing bouts. How
ever, this time things will bo in tho
hands of the M. A. A., and although
the ships will only bo hero a week
or so, there will be plenty of fun
It the rain holds off,
Colonel Jones of tho N. G. II. and
Cuptaln Campbell of the Marines
will call on -the athletic officer of
tha fleet as soon ns the ships ar
rive and a program will be ar
ranged to the satisfaction of every-'
Tha soldiers will be Included In
the games, nnd there Is a possibility
ofa service nine playing a combined
fleet tphrir'ljl." je Jenguo grounds.
Such a innUii ' Vnild be most excit
ing, Ullll II1U milUBIIieil HI1UU1U uu uuio
l'p'"get,"tbg'4tler,n fine combination
e the jackies
I A noMday''wlll also bo fixed, and.
then tho''4h6t-put,.nnd hammer-throw
men will 'tie able to bIiow what they
can do In their line. Sprints and
long-distance runs will also bo
brought off, nnd the meeting should
bo a huge success.
How log Is reviving In flno stylo, nnd
overy afternoon, a big bunch of men
Is to bo seen down at the My i tie and
lloalanl clubs. Two four-oar crows
will tuin out on Sunday, anil some of
tho oldtlmers who hnvo not done any
rowing for fomo years will bo on the
water. Tho Btrawhenr crows are get-
ting n lot of attention fiom tho Sen-
lors. and this nflernliflu1' f.toyVl 'Conk-
ling, tho cnptaln of nTo cIuIl ljl,8cf.
S, tho cnptaln or nTo ijluli, will, act. 'P ' Game will goi . .
coach to tho fiAirnMc'ri?jyi'"jrf3Kcer has hud.u hard time of It
' " It
Poor Prospects Of
Alameda Boys Coming
It will be heard itli regret that
the proposed visit of Iho Alameda
school boys may not come off after
nil. There was not much difficulty In
arranging the gmiruutcR of the amount
that would make the trip possible, but
tho plllkla seems to be with regard to
the team that U to compete with
Tho local men do not appear to have
come through In good oi)le, and the
consequence Is that the whole nffalr
Is In danger of falling through. Tills
is much to bo regretted, as n meet Ins
between tho Coast boys and our local
champions would be most Interesting
B. 1). Hlauchard did his best to get
a team together, but thero was no
chtinco of a representative one being
selected, and tliu matter seems to hnve
dropped with the proverbial sickening
i somo amusement for tho crowd after
tho Parade, Is flnlMied, 'All sorts of
footraces will bo on the program nd
a most enjoyable lot of event should
bo pulled off,
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Another Y. M. C. A.
Member-Secretary Larimer of the
Y. M. C. A. Is very keen on tennis
and ho Is "anxiously waiting for me
rainy weather to clear up so mat
Borne practise on the courts may bo
Tho jslngles tournament wns such
a .success that a doubles competi
tion Is now spoken of. It would be
n scratch affair, and should attract
u large number of entries. Most of
tho players who entered for the sin
gles would be sure to put down ...elr
names, ntid'n number of other mem
bers who thought the singles too
strenuous would also enter.
The Y. M. C. A. courts ore In good
order, und It Is only the ..envy
rain that prevents play at prbseut.
As soon as the rain lets tip a luile,
the tournament will be got under
way, and then there will be seen
nmttn f ttiA l.iut ..ln.. ...IJ .i I 1
Z "'"7 """ l"u " neru
Tennis has. got a firm hold on tho
members of the Y. M. C. A., and at
present quite a number of them are
playing In the High School cham
pionship tournament. All thoswho
would care to go In for the doubles
tournament had better see Mr. Lari
mer and urge upon him' the advisa
bility of starting up the affair as
soon as possible.
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Soccer Game On
1 Saturday Next
On Saturday next the soccer men
wl once more dare tho elements
mid have a try to play their favorite
tamo. The match that Is to be
played Is tho one that was aban
doned on account of wet weather
bouie. weeks ugo, and It should prove
a! ery good one.
t TIo Punahuus defeated the Malies
J act Saturday, and It they repeat
the trick they will be the championi
of the series. On the other hand, It
the Malies win on Saturday, tney
will tie the Puns for first place, nnd
then another game will have to bo
played to decide the matter.
The Malies' defeat by the Puna
on Saturday last was rather a sur
pilse, and thete are many of the
'"s who think that the verdict will
leveisou ut me nexi meeting oi
the teams. If the Malies win, tho
situation, ,wlll bo exciting onough for
anytUIig.i and It Is haul to mijMIiiiw
Hip lUial game will goi
lately, and the weather has been
against the game all the season.
Still, some fine games have been
played, and the form shown by the
men Is as 'good as has been seen for
n n n
Moving Picture ,
.By John O'Keefe.
"An' futuie glnerntlous, wld won-
dher an' delight,
Will r-read In hlsthry's pages nvthe
gr-reat McClusky fight."
From Mile. Margot Cllue's "Songs
Come all ye fair young gentlemen
and listen to my song.
(Thnt's how to start a ballad that's
a thousand stanzas lone.
I'll sing jou of a noble pair who are
bo very strong.
They're known in the vernacular
Upon a day not far away they'll
meet within u ring
To battle for a title and a more sub
sianuai tning; i
Hut over In hl mr h.nr th mnv.
Give orders. "Don't you frow me
Splnjt out, Jim Jeffries!" Is to be'an"wr"'
the battle cry;
'Spin It out, Jack Johnson,, or the
money won't be high."
And nil the future uges (I won't sny
Will read In history's pages of the
The reforee Bays, "Heady," but you
.needn't think they'll start
At once to macerate the mug and
hammer nt the heart.
A hasty knockout's not upon the pu
That's followed by the warriors
white and dusky.
Tho fellow with the camera ti Hand-
Ing at the back.
You bot he Is the kingpin to the
white man and the blacK.
He signals, "Walt till round nineteen
to give the plexus whack;
I wnn't no game of t'row me down,
It out, Jim ,Jeffrles!'
order- from the boss.
It out, 'jack Johnson,
do not want a 'loss."
For men will pay their wages with
eagerness at night
To see the various stages of the Mov
So Jim will tap the Johnson face and
Jack will lltck at Jim.
The photo man will tell 'em hard
er work endangers him.
Tho early fight will not excite. In
fact, In lack of' vim
'Twill tmell so bad you'd call It
worse than musky.
About the roped arena they will
dance with ne'er a shock,
And swing and Jab and uppercut,
and dodge and duck and block
Until the picture person says, "Let's
see. It's Ave o'clock,
1 You may now try to t'row him
0 down, McClusky."
Is to be
Spin rt out, Jim Jeffries!"
the battle shout.
To 'buy more chum., you
Ham, you've got to
And future generations, with
guage not polite,
Will look on
the gyrations of the
Down at tho Honolulu Iron Works
thero Is a young man named McDoo
agh, who Is reported to be a vory"fast
sprinter. His time over a hundred
yards is given as close to tho ten sec
ond mark. If that bo so, a match
might bo arranged between him and
ono of oqr cracks. There aro a'couplo
of near even-limo men )n this city,
and a race batweon McDopagh and one
of them should bo u lino event,
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The Columbia' Doys will i)i,'lcrq be
fore long now nnd their pcrfdrinances,
both on the field and since, will bo
-watched with Interest, Th'ortluua had
a great time In Sydney Just beforo
leaving ror Honolulu via Suva, anil
they all speak well or tho Antipodes.
WANTS JOB BACK
Daniel Hno claims that ho was fired
at the Instance or Clarenco W. North,
an engineer for the City and County
road department, without vnlhl reason
nnd ho has annealed lo Mavor Pern
and Ihe Supeivlsors for reinstatement
in mo road department. Hao claims ,vu,k"",m,,'u" oi uie cavnlry, and
that his separation from the service the opinion is expressed that leglsla
was a resultof, anppimderHtnndlng. tlon w01"'1' " facilitated by quart-
,1 . . ' , ' .mi f "TI . erlnB ,,,u '"l1" where thoy would
Bulletin Btuinru Office Phone 88. como cloaa '" contract with the peo
Bulletin Editorial llonm Phaa IRK ll,e" '
Naval Bureau of Equipment. ' Anonymous Donor.
Hoar Admlrat William S. Cow les, U. Tho Newport Naal Training Sta-,
S. N., Chief of the Unreal! of Kqulttlon Is the recipient of a largo ilonaJ"
ment, reports that by rigid economy
ho haB been able to keep within his
appropriation of tl0,093,19. Of this
$3,150,000 wns for coal and coal
pols, nnd $4,1110,000 for equipment of
vessels. A summary is glcn of the
work done at each navy yard and
nnval station. Turbo generators hao
proved successful and are being In
stalled. Improvements hae been
madn In arlous Interior communica
tion devices. Kl re-control Installa
tions arc being modified ns experience
BtiggeBts. Klcctrically controlled
nnfirrhllclifa linvn linon oriltiitiil
" . . i.
complete a quoin of eight for each os
.im, .., u u.
crec,!'1 M, hBJ "M"'""''". I-ltt-
s 8Crv,C0 aboard sh'p has been I in
proed to encourage the. ciew lo read
The bureau has kept step with the
progress of wireless telegraphy und
lias obtained gratifying results from
Its research work. At Wiibhlngton Ir
to be located a station having a radius
or 3,000 miles both day and night nnd
to be equipped with apparatus to se-,
euro secrecy. It Is expected lo gle
as much security and dispatch In the
transmission of messages ns clib
lines. This will ensure a greater sur
velllance over mutters of Inteinilhiuul
Importance. Even with tho present
crude equipment, the growth of th'
service Is even now phcnomuiril, Th
gain lo security nt sea hrfs come tit
ue. or inestimable-valnu. A contract
has, Jwc-n made m fit nil Vessels or the 1
As'fjllflm iiii1.i...hIr(. ..til '..
flrif-class ubiiiain)s with tuibninrlnu
A full account Is given of flic use
rul" work of ths llydrographlc Olllce
It Is urged that tho navy should be
Independent of foreign sources for lis
charts and sailing directions, and Unit
uncurvcyed walels In which the Uni
ted Slates has a glowing Interest nnd
i which nro llnble to bo left tinsurvey
ed should be survejed by iho navy
Tho faithful work of tho clerical force
Is commended nnd an Increase In theh
pay Is recommended.
The Army Oidnnnce Department, In
pursuance of the now policy of avoid
ing a grlt deal of useless transporta
tion nt, equipment articles by freight
to the various nrsenab has decided
that u great many things shall be
destroyed whero condemned. If a can
teen cannot be repaired whero It U
or a blanket-bag, shoulder strap or n
cartrlHgo belt, these articles are to
bo destroyed. Canteens, tin cups anil
meat cans are subject to very hard
usage. In the case of the canteens
new covers, corks, chnlns ami thread
ore. issued ftir making repairs, hut ir
canteens are badly rusted on the In-
slde nothing can bo done with them
jiind they are lo bo destroyed. Where
;tln cups aro badly rusted or burned
j over a Are they are to bo thrown
I awuy, as tin cups are no longer Issued,
the ultimlnum citphnvlnfi taken its
placo, A largo proportion of the men
I cans sent In to the Rock Island arsen
al for repair are beyond saving. They
I aro, usually IuhMv limit in, !.-..i,....
handles, have heen somewhat melted
over tho flie and nro of little value.
Where aluminum cups get out or or
dor thero Is no uso of sending them
back to be repaired, as thoy cannot
be soldered. Willi most leather ennln.
i ment that Is old nnd weak there is no
omcr courso but to throw It away.
In Iho case or.bund equipments, only
the brass parts are to be scut to Hock
Is.land arsenal, ns Iho leather parta
cannot bo repaired. Condemned sad
dles should ho stripped of hnrdwuio
and destroyed. Tho old gray saddle
hlanketa. which have been displaced
by, ollvo drab blankets, nro ordered
sent to nock Island arsenal, where
thoy nro used ror blanket-llned horse
covers. Inspector General Garllngton in
his lust annual report declares that
the Increase of -10 per cent In de
fects. IriegularJtles and deficiencies
per post, can he nllercd If ofllceis
will only make reuBonble orfort to
funster the regulations and exercise
good common bense. Ho further
"The belief Is expressed that tha
Army Is In need of Increase In tho
.'"'antry and field artillery and of
.lion for tliu election of en Army and
Navy Young Men' Christian Associa
tion building, rimllar to that In llrook-
ile-.lyp, N. Y. A generous donor -lias
glet $250,000, stipulating that his, or
her name shall bo withheld for tint
present, and woik on the building win
The gravity of the situation un-
doubtedly Just I lies the strong lan
guage used by Surgeon-General
Itlxey of the navy. In Ills annual re
port, In describing the giowlug prev
alent of the coialne habit among
the enlisted men, and the menace It '
holds for the future well-being and
efficiency of Iho tervlce. While not
ing that many Slates have attempt
ed to prevent the sale of the drug! - -he
points out tha ease with which
the narcotic can be obtained, mid-'
sajs that idlajicc can not be placed
upon these coustnntly-evnded State '
imbibitions, and thaj It devolves
upon the navy to defend Itself. Kd-"
uiatlon of the men ns to the dangers (
of the habit Is the Immediate, duty' ,
at the door of the medical (inker.
The young enlisted men, by reason ,
of their absence fiom the restraint
of home tics, urc pccullaily" exposed
lo the temptations of that world In ,r
which the habit flourishes. Deni
zens of tho lower' wnrld "llnd a pe-.
collar atul unholy delight In adding ,
nnolhei' victim to this feature ofrr"
iitel. mlry. and to offtet this In-
'hi'ltoii in vlcloimttess' education us
1() ihe vl results of the practlwut
- . .
should form a part of tho regular In
struction In hygleneglveu by the .
naval medical officers. The Surgeon-
UCIIUIill Bl8 UUll UlKUIlte MllUltlllh g
and nlioiiollc Indulgence have been .. v.
treated In u wnrulng'splitt In pre
vious teporls, and that the addition
ot cocaine to the list of habits which
threaten the morals und physical lu
tegtlty of tho men makes It ncies- ,t'
snry to speak plainly now.
Secretary of War Illcklifon calls
attention In his annual report of Iho
difficulty experienced b Iho It. S..
tramp'trt Kllpalrlck In a crulfo from
Now York to Manila, February-April.
1009, owing to Iho refusal of certain
wireless stations of other nationalities
to take messige of tho Kllpatllck.
This refuxal wns due to the failure of
tho United States to slvo adherence ,
to the Intel u.itloiril wlreltvs telegraph
convention held nt llertln on Nov, 3. ,
IHOU. This countryi was not represent
ed ut this convention, and Ithas nut
yet agreed to tho stipulations signed
there. Consequently ships flying the
Ameilcnn flap And themselves with,,!
no standing in International wlrelesj i
telegraphy, ns none of tho contracting,. V
countries Is compelled t recelo a '
telegram from the ship of a iinn-con'"
trading count!)', nnd any coastal stn- 4
tlon In a foreign country may refuse, f
tiu.ismlsslon of a mcssagvi to n station
on shipboard subject to a iinu-con
trading countiy. Luckily during' tho'
world cruise of tho battleship fleet It v
was not made tho recipient of nn)"1.
such rebuffs as those encounteied by
tho Kllpatrlck owing to the attitude,!'
or mtr country. Tho history or tlu
whrle matter Is recorded In the pub
lished copy or the trenly, Issued by"
tho Ilurcau ol Equipment, Navy DoOl,
llccommendlng that the ago ror tho--'' V'
ailnilsslon or candidates lo tho Nnval"
Academy bo between fourteen an I,,,
seventeen years, Hear Admiral Wll-ift,
Ham P. Potter, Chief or tho Ilurcau or,'.
javigaiion, u, . N in his anna! io, . x '
lort, says that miHllIlcatton or tho re- , '
qulicd entrance examination to flt
Ftich a ch'ing could bo easily inade,j.
Hear Admiral Potter dlrcctB nteiitlnn1'
to tho tact that under tho present
law midshipmen enter the Academy 1
uetweon mo ages or sixteen nnd - fr
twnly years, und under these condl- ',. t
tlous It frequently happens that an ,i,
officer Is graduated from tho Academy -.
and sent out Into tho Aeet ot tho nga7','.
of twenty-three or twenty-four; In otlf t
er words, he starts his carcor nlloat.
at an ago when ho should already,
have had sevcial years' sea servlcivn.)
Tho average ago or midshipmen nt,'.
data or leaving he Naval Academy Isin
now twenty-two years and six monthnvi
"manirestly two or thrco years nldert
than Is desirable."
-Tr rO, l)BS
You have heard of ZybBko.f ot ? .
courso. NoJ Well. Zybsco 'Is J..Sfi1
cbnniiilnn wmllnp mil n in, v.HAAif.jT.'
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