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' WfcNINO BtJLLBTtN, HONOLULU, T. II., FMDAY, JAN. 21, 1910.
We Rebuild Any Make of Typewriter
Let Us Make You An Estimate
All Our WorlTls Giiarai.tcctiffij K.
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Just received per "Korea" our first
Slazenger Tennis Balls
You want the latest and freshest
ball to play with. We have it.
With the balls came a tot of fine
RACKETS. Everything in the tenuis
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
The Agency of the , .
Now at 1139 Fort-Street
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W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
Wc deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
, WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
We carry tho largest and most varied stock in the islands.
Good furniture at moderate prices. .
Your credit is good.
TAKE A DIP IN PROSPERITY
Let us print your PROGRAMS, MENUS,
t. SHIPPING TAjGS, LABELS and all other
kinds of Commercial or Law Printing
Cftfa u en ordtr and you- tuttl Ot u anothtr
Bulletin Publishing Co , Utci
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BT 7. 1. STEVENSON.
Motor-cjdlng lg going to boom' In
tli iu city licfore long, and tlio rldom
iiKT already arranging a aeries of
races. Knplolnnl Park has beon
barrcil liy most of tho riders; tho
machines are too fast (or tho track
nowndu)8, and even durodovlls like
llcrgur ntid Merrick, who hae risk-
cd their lives time after tlmo, hcsl-
tate to ngaln race on tho course,
If tho Knplolanl track were bank
ed ii little It would be a different
proposition nnd motor-cjcles could go
at their top speed on It. The ma
chines of todny nro much faster than
those of n couple of )cars ago, nnd
wherens In tho past It was a daring
feat to go ut full speed around tho
park track, It Is now simply courting
Will Chilton, tho dean of local
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they nro Indeed speed nrtlsts.
It Is planned to hnvo stralght-nway
races alone tho Kalmukl road, and
thcio should be plenty of room nfut
no danger on tho stretch thnt ends
at tho old Zoo. Thcro Is n slight up
grado. but that will bo O. K. Tho
road surface Is in good condition,
and spectators could congrcgato nt
the finish and nloug the sides of tho
road. There Is no doubt thnt on u
stralght-nwny course Ilerrlck, Ilor
ger, Chilton & Co. will put up somo
Very 'fust tlmes.'nnd nil existing Ha
waiian records should go by tho
There aro at least fifty motor-cyclists
In Honolulu nt present, and It
Is proposed to form n club. Then
country runs could ho maUo In com
pany, nnd nn nnJuial parade would
bo n fixed affair.
Somo of tho soldiers nt sellchiiUi
have gono In for 'machines, nnd they Sutiirdny before Washliiu'iiii's birth
have ii good Ume traveling all over t)ay tho rnco between the .iv.il clubs
tlio country In their spare tlmo.
Motor-eydcs ennblo n mun to bee u
lot of tho Island that otherwise ho
would never have u chanco of In-
spectlng. Machines nowadays are
much more re)labla thun they were
In tho past, and It Is seldom that u
breakdown occurs. I
As soon ns tho 1010 motor-cycles
nrrlvo, there will bo a boom In both
tho touring and racing department '
of tho gumc, und somo Interesting
nnd. exciting road races will tuka
A hill-climbing nice ngalnst tlmo
will bo pulled off nnd nbout tho
Bllffest griulo In Honolulu has been
selected for the trial. Kaplolant
sticet Is noted for tho rapid way In
which It the, und Jt I there that
tho rnco will enmo off. Slow races
will also bo held, and the mail, who
takes tho longest time, without ac
tually stopping, In covering n stated
dlstanco will become the winner.
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Mailes vs. Pun's
On Soccer Fie'd
Tomorrow nftcrnouii nt tho league
grounds, tho Mailes und Punahous
will moot in n soccer game, At prcs.
ent tho Punuhous aro leading In the
i.o r leu, hut thero Is still n postponed
gumo to ho plajed. Italn prevented
those two clubs from deciding their
mntch nu Christmas Day, und It will
bo plajed off tomorrow.
Should the Punuhous win, they
will bo tlio undisputed champions; In
fact, If the gamo ends In a draw,
tho l'miB will bo first In tho series.
Nothing but n win by tho Mullcs
can put them In tho running, und
if thoy should bo tho victors tomor
low, tho two teams will again bo tied
for llitit plure.
Soccer Is a good game to wutch,
und tho gnme tomorrow piomlscs'to
bo nbout the most exciting playod so
iiir this season, , Tho Mailes won't
hear of defeat, and thu Puna feel
very lonlldont that thoy can again
beat their opponents on the soccer
I)oi undo, tho Italian Maiatlion
i minor1, got u great leccptlou In Sun
Kiuuclsco fiom his louuliymen, who
turned out In full force to greet tho
man who wishes to muet I la) en ouco
more. The rare between 1lues nnd!
Dornnilu will take place ou Sunday
next, and, a close finish Is looked for
Av'hrif to' by thu followers of tho game.
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Arc lviucn annoyed
Sonic of the sclioolboj athletes are
much hurt by the, suggestion that
they would not tie read) to compel"
with the Alameda los should the
latter come to Honolulu. At least
six of the High School boj have
gone Into training already, and the
sikcstnan for the hunch Mutes that
the Idea thnt-they were not willing
to race against the Coast lads was
Henry UnilllllgWOUll. IlICO,
JXUIIAIl', UVDIItl UIIU 11 UWIIliJ Ul UtlldO
have I) ecu hard nt work on the track,
and ns thoy deny thnt they In uny
wnv mil it dnnitter on tlin DiohOMMt
f..M I IAdliit AH.I h fl Ia .if iilknssl
visit, It woiilil he good for those who i
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suggested that tho local bojs had to
bo coaxed to compete." to coni'i
jthmugh with somo definite state-
Tim ItfttWltlilll kf llflflllltlt it
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most ennilint Imlu that thev nm
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fna.lv Mini u, M 1 1 n w I r . urn nnl n a fill ll.t '
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the Alameda High School or any .
other bunch of amateurs, mat "'
lug. tho cuse. wh not revive th
Const excursion Idea?' There should
not bo nil) difficulty In arranging
matters, nnd there Is still plent) ot
time tu fix things. .
8 It n
Ilovvlng Is iKKimlng In style, nun a
dajfl.'micl it tr gisxl to sea tne-.grc.it
Interest which tho jouuger members
of the different clubs nro tiMng In I. re
conciling of the older hands nt x
Doth the Mjrllo mid lleiil.ini "HIiiih-
berry" crows r.re gettln-j lulu Wnp",
and much Impruiemeiit V nollcciiliio
In tbclr work ou the wtu. On the
will take plum, and It should nsult
in H cIoho mid excltliig tvent. S'oxt
Sunday them will bo u un guthciiu;
of the clans, und at lent! italf a doitu
of tho old timers will bo out on tho
harbor and the) will givo un exhibition
of rowing that will bo i.n inspiration
to tho embryo champions, who nre hi-
vvuy on mo lookout for nl.its of how
to get tho most pace out oi a boil,
This afternoon the My-i lc "Straw.
Jcri) bunch will havo u lijoiit ntid
n line on their ability rnay ,t obtiln,ed.
Tho crew has not been dii.inltely ne.
ectcd, hut there will not bi many
rliangc-B made In tho bout At, iijiv mado
In view of tho popularity of liaui-mcr-throwlng
In these Islands, tho
now rules of tho Amateur Athletic
Union will bo read with Interest
"The head shall be a metal inhere
hind the handle shall be ot wire. Such
wlrcmu8t bo or the best grade spring
steel wire not less than one-eighth
of an Inch In diameter. If a loop
grip Is used. It must be of rigid con
struction. The length of tho com
pleto Implement shull not be moro
thun four foot, and Its wolght not
loss than sixteen .pounds."
Olnu tug-or-war team defeated tho
bunehfrom the steamer Kauai last
Saturday night, aftor n attrr pull that
lasted half an hour. Tho purse was
$60, and tho Olan boys were elated
at taking It from their doughty op
ponents. It Is to he regretted thut
the steamer luds were without Whe
scrvlves of three of their best men,
who did not make the llllo trip lust
Archie Itobertson has put up a
cut-glass loving tup as a prltc for
u wren sailing nice, lie has left
ull tho arrungamonts to the com
mittee of tho jacht club, and only
stipulates thut the cup he won out
right. Tho wrens are nil being pre
pared for the race for the Healanl
Cup, which is to come off ou Sunday
IMivuul .MtCurthy. who won tho
toping cliumplonshlp ut Chejcnno
lust j ear. Is in Honolulu on a visit.
He is accompanied by Kendall lon,
who Is a good baseball ptuvcr; The
pair Intend putting In a few monthi
In Hawaii, and It Is possible Hint
they will bo seen In local hal gamei
Australian Boys Plan To
Visit The States
The Columbia Park Hojs' Club, Is
tho first organlxatlon to venture upon
an International trip. The club
members are tplca American work
ing boys, who have voluntarily Join
ed Major Pelxoto for the purpose of
forming a center of life where clean
living, clean thinking and clean
Bport are the main object.
The club numbeis 400 members,
nnd each J ear a party of forty bojs
take a 500 - mile walking
through California. On their way
thev trim pnnrnrl. nn,l ntlilntl .Ha.
MC-l,,!,,,. .which mnrn than ..... f,.r Hiilr
J. J. Simons of Perth, Western
Australia, who Is assistant secretary
of the A. N. A., asked Major Pcix
olo ,f B , of Au8traan ,,.
would bo welcomed fn the United
Stutes. The .Major assured Mr. SI-
mous that such u trln wnulit lin lileh.
Iv alnpit In thn smipu nn.i nft-nrad
"u,,e.to tr) the experiment himself first.
." irj me experiment lilmseir nrst.
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snncnoneu mo proceeding, and ot-
fere, nnanclal nsslstance on the un-
n.iiiditjiiiTii nil! iiriH-pniiiiir. titifi fii
dcrstandlng that tho club, which Is
premier In the bojs spoils of the
Pnclnc-Const;4would undertake to In-
t induce the Australian national foot-
hall Into California. Mnjor Pelxoto
gladly accepted the nronosal. and
tins bound himself to undertnko the
propaganda work In the Western
Slates of America. i
The object of the American bojs'
tour I for .the- Improvement' or the
s themselves; to Introduce the
Australian football game Into tile
United States; to bring about n mu
tual understanding between Amerl
ihii bo and bos of the Antilles,
and to pave the war for a visit ot
'Australian bos to the Coast next
The party landed In Sjdney on the
ind of Jul), and from that' date their
progress hns been n long series of
welcomes. In 8) due), Melbourne,
Perth nnd In nil the country ten
ters the citlreiis have Ied with one
another In the warmth of their hos
pltullty. In every State visited the
(lovernor has presented a Stute flag nn)' civilian Impersonating n member
to the bovs, nnd tho tenders of tho of ,hu 8ervlci by wearing a govern
federal Paillumcnt Mr Deakln. ment i''f'rm arc" tho following re
Mr. Fisher, Mr. Cook welcomed tn? mfs of l.leut. W. V. Tomb, It. o..
in tho federal llulldlng.
At evorv town the Mnvni hiiu ten.
dcred a reception and tho children "'oner thin generally believed. Our
have been given a holiday. During N"vy Is manned by a fine force or scir
their visit the bojs have been tho re"Pctlng Americans, and It Ib unialr
guests or the Australian people, and ,nat ,he men In the Servlco should
It speaks well ror their bearing that "o forced to suiter ror the actions or
In ever) town thoy havo Viecn usked mpn wno- "K,ro than likely, never
lo leturn to their hosts should they wcru n 'ho Nnvy Bt all. Practically
again pass through. Not only ut of- " man w-o enlist Is u graduate, of
ficlnl receptions and banquets, hut In n srammar school, and ono man out
private family life, the American "f flvo I" " hluli school graduate. Tho
bojs havo leiirncd to understand tho lw" Mei wo havo had In tho last few
Australian, and the AuVtrnllau ladi ! In Denver nro merely examples
have learned to know moro of Undo "' whal ' Rolng on all over the roun
Sam. ,ry- In California a man recently Im
Major Pelxoto has devoted his life Personated n recruiting officer und dc
to the education and Improvement ot 'rauded tho cltltcus of San Jose out
city' bojs, sacrificing time and for- of thousnniH or dollars. This Impor
tune lo win his object. To convey """atlng business has gono so far
rorty bojs from San 'rVanclsto to ,hul "rlngcnt preventive legal mcus
Australia and back Is no small un- "rcs should bo made available."
dertaklng, and, one that could never i '
havo been attempted without Infinite,'
preparation. Tne tost of making
ready such on expedition was very
Inrge. but assurances had been given
that the object of the scheme was
uuw wuicn wouiu neariuy uppcai iu i""""-'i iu uie aicuicui lleservo Corps:
the Australian people. Dr. Oilman Corson Dollej-, Chcshain,
Tho belief .that the scheme would N- H.; Dr. John Joseph Iteddy, Phil
meet wlh abundant support has adclphla, Pa., and Dr. Hurry' Dion
bcTn more than Justified; tho trip J Williams, Rushvlllo. N. Y.
has been self-supporting, and tho re-1 An examination will be held fob.
turn fares to California havo already '. 1010, nf eligible candhlutos for up-
uiri-ii nimuKcu ,ur- ' " money unit
nas ueen loriuconiing 10 puy mo ex-
pe nues of tne trip hnB been earned
by the bojs through their own ef
forts, who have thus paid for tho
remarkable education they havo ie
celved while traveling.
The football matches, which net
tod them a gooily portion of their
lecelpts, wcte well attended, Tne
concerts given by their military bund
or fortj pieces proved popular; tho
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uiuuitiiiu nun iiiinuiii; uiBiHujn k'" "' 'ii"w neniiqiiarierH unnouii- i"" "c nisrevjir ;nu It Is Ocfn.
ut night wero well pationlzed. Ine tho promotion or 2nd Lieutenant '""'"I W- Hie mllltar authorities that
Through thcke three souices of rev- ". ". riowdlsh. inth Cavalry to 1st C"RH, "rlllloi- rorls must maiutsjn
enuo tho Ikijb have more than paid l-loulenant 7th Cavalrj-. Lieutenant pfflclc"cy In marksmanship, and that
ror their trip. ijlowdlsh did not go homo when tho ,ho l'uull "ll''l I" appreciate this
10th lert but was detailed In charge fuct' cbM "' Aitlllery Murray !h'
Tho condemned cijmlnal went along of 'n Datau coalmines ut Llguan. no 'Ji'ipathy with the protests, as. if
peaceably enough until he reached J ' they aro consldcied, tho only poni
the foot of the scaffold! then ho halt.' Tlle wr Departmont has Issued 'fft f()r artlllepl atget vpructlco Will
ed determinedly. "Move on!" curtly rev"cl regulations for ronductlug oDe Bl rVrLCaBwdl. N. C. ,,fi
ordered (ho sheriff. amina,((on ofomccrs for promotion. I S ., ;
Tlio man gritted his teeth. "I'll be 'J'?1 bo"r,l ' "llcpr win con-1 Unlit-tin Bnsinetr Offlue Phone UK
uaiiru k i win. iiw ruuricu
j What Army
Tho board of directors of the Nn-tln
tlonul Hlfto Association of America
will hold Its annual meeting In Jan
uary In Washington, 1). C. nrtcr which
there will bo a meeting of tho Na
tional tloard for tho Promotion of
nillo Practice. Tho report of Men
tenant Colonel Itobert K. Kvans, who
'was executive otllccr, will coino tup
for consideration, as well as the tlmu
and place of the next annual match,
though Camp Perry will probably be
favored and tho month of August
chosen. IJeutcnnnt Oencrnl J, C.
Bates is being mentioned for tho
presidency of the rifle association, as
General James A. Drain has an
nouneed that he will not accent re-
Ilrlgadler-Oeneral Kdward II.
Pratt received word from the War
Department jestordaj. signed by
tho Prescldent, relieving him, from
nctlve service In tho United Btatcs
Army. Oencral Pratt, who hns been
In command of the Department of,
California since the illness nf (len
Weston In August, nt once relln-
with cm in iikui, hi onre renii-
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siuniieii mn umies nun iiriit-feiieu in
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...d iiuiiic 111 .lie i iL-niuiu.
name in ine rrcsiuiu,
Ths department will be In rom-
rnand of the ranking officer. Col.
waiter l.. cmiler, Fifth Cavalry,
unl'l ,he arrival of (Jen. Ilnrry on
Saturday. Col. Schuster Is stntloii-
'd at SchofieM llarracks, II, T.. so
""it official matters of the depart-
ment will be ncted upon In Col.4
Schuyler' nbsence by Col. Walter I..
, Klnley, chief of staff. r ,
en- "d Mrs. Pratt will leave
en FrantUco In about n week, stop-
P'n at various iwlnts In
'then going to (lovernor's. Island.
where they will be guests of l.leut.
nnd Mr. Townseud Whelen at Kort
Jay. Mr. Whelen Is tho daughter
or Oen. and Mrs. Pratt, and Lieut.
Whelen Is with the Twenty-ninth
Infantry. f They will probably pass
year or' more In travel before es-
Polishing a home, the locality of
which has not jet been decided by
uen. and Mrs. Pratt.
Itcenrorrlng tho suggestion In our
Issue or Nov, for a law to pioteet
tho uniform by punishing severelv
nl wnver Colo.. In tho Kepiibllcan
of that city! "Such eiiMeu nr mm.
At tho examination hold In Wash-
ingion in November for candidates
'r appointment to tho Armv Mn,iir,.i
Corps, tho following passed tho phy.
"leal .examination and have been ap-
'- .,c.u UB urunanco sergeants
"i"-" "nix in sergeants of tho lino who
"vo served nt least eight
im rw In
tho Army, Including four vears ,.,.
uimniiRaioncil offlcors, who nro less
umu lorij-nve j cars or uge. Tho
pondltlons or tho examination nru set
forth In O, O, 43, W. I).. low. There
aro now .flftj-three application to
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-- itno uAaiuiunufill.
A Clltlleifr.ltll Uuu ,Anl . ..
(llll. nt illnlul.... 1.
.... n..a iiruin1 i iii.iiip.
ns In Alaska and
tho Philippines, Instead M sending
, the examination questions from W!ah-
ington dliect to the o direr to hoex
nmtned. Another new feature ftlie
regulations Is 'that nflUors will have
tho right to chnllengo tho liiedlcnllof
(leers who comliiet tho pbslerilf bit
nmlnntlon. The medical officers Willi
ulso be swum,
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The reMirt of tho Chief of tha.ii
llurraii of Ynnls and Ducks, C1T1I
Engr. Illrhard C llolljilny. present'
In detail the work of the different
yurds and Millions and their ro-1
qulrenients for the coming jenr. WA
100-ton flimtlug crane to cost $:.,(,
000 Ii asked for. There is still n
shortage nf civil engineers. Thelf
rank should bo fixed and their pnj
nvernged with Hint nf other officer.
An assistant chlcf.nf bureau Is need
ed. The chief i lerk should
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lllliuuiif iinu 11
A I in) the
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tlce followed In the Navy or carry
ing tinkers on the llnuil list ns ''ex-jj
trn numbers." Colonel Uorgns Is,
now- number two on the st or col
onels In his i urns. TIip .terUtorf Is'
llint l.i. ul.nll 1... ...cl.-.l (im II. n .OTita ?
or his corns us nil extra number he-
(iitise or his peculiar servlco ns ctjief i
santtiirj oinier In thcPananiti Canal'
Zotie. t'niier tills1 ruling, two lieu
l"irnt. koIohcIh 'In couiplluiue w..
l!ui,. !. will- bo pnimotrd lo tih-'v
lunk or lolouel on Jim l. The;
officers ic. l.leut.. Col. Uniln Un
(Inrdu, now on duty nt the Army
Medical School, ut Washington, mid
l.leut. Col. John ll.-inlster, now Chief
Hurgeon, Depurtment Of 'the Mlsidu
rl. with station at Omiihu, Nib. ,i
The Mure Islnnd duck Is urnriy '
completed. The conditions of that ."
nt New York Ik still most iinia tin fac
tory. The dock ut Pnget Sound ha
been delajed by tho dlfllrulty tho
ontruclor has found In getting
hoiiili. Woik on the dock at Pearl
Harbor. II. T., has Just bceu stnrted.
The Government dots not own a
single dijdoek nt sufflclcut capacity.
in iiih-r ine i.irgesi iniuoniiip r' xA
icntlj contracted for. The drjdock ,?
ut ruget Sound mid Pearl Ilnrbor
will, when complete, be able to dock
mi) ship nl ili Na ndoit nr un
der design. The new drjdock at
New York" will be able to doek uny i
bnttleslijii or .uniored crulsdr nfloiit
or under design, but will priibnbly
not be of sufficient length, nlthocigh
broad and deep enough, to lake
mime or mo loieigu armored ciuls-
fm Tli, ,i,., .I....L.U ..I K..rnli nH
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Charleston can, bj a (onipanitlvoly
small expenditure, lio siifnclcutly
lengthened In order lo take tho larg
est tlilps. Their breadth and diuith
Is new sulllrleiit. In this conenttlori
tho bureau desires to state Hint 'the
docking facilities ut tho vurroui
yards und stations have by no tmyin.
kept pace with the rapid Incrcuse In
slxo of the nuvnl vessels. Foreign
governments nppenr to bo but Ilile
better off. From the Information
obtulnablo it is probable thnt titer,
aro no foreign docksulready built o,f
sufficient cupiicltj-. There la ilo
one floating dock under construction
for u prlvnto Arm which will dock
this (hip. ".
Colonel Wnltcr Howe of the cot
artillery, stationed nt Kort Hancoolc,
N. J will bo hindo. a nrlgadler Oen
erul, to Biiecced Oeneral Wlndtld 8.1;
Kdgerly when the latter retlreV'oni
December 29th. ...
In reply to frequent protest to.theV't J
nccrelDD of Wnr nnd tlm Wnr ,n. ii
partmeni by persons who object. ajj
tnriit i.unlln.. u III. .!. i., r
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aiaior-i,encriii l.''oinril Wood 'ha t
men the following oftlclal eommenU
Most of these complaint aiell0ti!
ndeil niKl unwortliy of perlouit- '1
1 irnuon, ' - (
Ho rccnnuiifniU thnt petitions tfof f
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