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BVBN1N0 DULLBT1N, HONOLULU, T. It. BATUTIDAY, JAN. 29, 1810.
Three Miles Race
Local and Coast
QHERWIN-WILLIAMS Flaxoap is a pure linseed oil
J soap, made to clean surfaces such as floors,
Woodwork, windows, mirrors, railings, etc,
'the 'great cleansing properties of linseed oil, Flaxoap
,. great advantage over ordinary soaps for cleaning the dirt,
"grease and smudge from the above mentioned surfaces and.
a host of others. As a handy soap for the home it has no
superior. We are handling Flaxoap in this vicinity and
"would like to have the opportunity to place a few cans of
it on the shelves of every home. No one should be with
out it. It is a clear, amber jelly, readily dissolved in luke
BY V. L. STEVlinOX.
furniture, I ' I
r:SP0RT FOR SPORT'S
SAKE IS SLOGAN
The )cnr 1910 lias liml a mott nus- who realize hi worth and give him
Pltlous Blurt for uninteur nlhlotlts helr unqunllfli-il support.
8iiii tlio Kxnmlner. Not only Is tho
Hew Ru'cs Adopted.
Mr. Cloufd I a teacher nt Lowell
warm water and used like ordinary soap suds. Its strength I!"'1,"1,,1" T L.u'.,,kll,f! Mh s","1 ln ,hl" '" a,", h n("
.1 .. :: U c K.uIa ....A.. - .I.- Jl.. '"" on the increase. ..for cbnllned his effo.ts to Improving the
uuua nuiiiijui m.v. ...vi i'.i.a OUwv.v wi ...w .. .example, in uio game or uasKeioau, ,enguei blU na8 en,,.nw.C(, to
tender skin. Let s talk Flaxoap to you. ,. . , Uhich im coming nom being a neg- hlg 8choo hoId up tne hghesl
llglble quantity to occupy quite an ,,, n athlelC5, 0n. ,n8t we,
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OP CONNOISSEURS
Wc deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS .
J. A. GILMAN,
' . Shipping and-Commission r
, -i. ', -K Agent ior
Arthur Sewall & Co. Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNEII AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Xemnan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
A Standard Vibrator
with all attachments for FIFTEEN DOLLARS reads like a
Bargain Sale. We are selling the best on the market for
that price the GOLDEN and will have a representative
of that company every day this week at our store demon
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
,flti 1 1 In at iuaaI, ihn
lmportnnt place In the poit" calcn- Bchoo, m,0lleU rllIo ,)arrnK fresh
ilar, hut the spirit of sport for sport b , from ,,,,,,! for the ,ir,t ,x
Bake, which Is the real amateur mil- montiw. This I hard on the school
ru. snows consume signs or greater mucii,, ,,llt mBkt.8 for hgner
picvulcnce. scholarship. It Elves n newcomer n
The Kxamlncr" prlnte.l u few chnnce ... ,, 1.1. iieil,nirl. to learn
lajs ago n letter from a 90-pound w and MU, . . . u
football team this mean oung- ,,raVLrn )n, .,!, .,., ,,, i.r.
stcrs nhout 12 jcam old In which. gchoo, lonl,,etttlon. j
after describing an exciting game Th h . . . . . . .
which they pln)cd and lost the tolnnion w,h ROInc of the uhtr locnl
witter n)s that the joung somebod- hooi. that no nii,leto transferrin
lea or other take off their hats to tho from another 8thoo , comlM.,e for
lctors. When 12 year-olds, who , moth. This nrovpniK I.h wh.
me apt to put more Intensity of feel
ing Into their games than their eld
ers, have this spirit. It Is a promis
ing sign nnd means much, not only
for the future of athletics, but for
the fiitm e citizenship of San Krnar
Good Sprit Here,
cannot keep up In scholarship In on"
school from going to another for x
term until the) get dropped, and
then entering a third. This rule tins
now been adopted b; the San Kran
clsCd t)ub-l.eague, and applies to all
TKIs l,one Instance of an endeav-
It Is this spirit which Is growing or . .., .,he.i.. nn ., hi.her nlaii.
In nthletlcs, from tho joungcsl to . bWit Ihemrtthat ihnr ere mlR.
the oldest tompetltors, nnd from
what one may hear, there Is as much
or 111010 of It In and about San Krnn-
clco thai) ail) where else In the
country. There Is less of the "an)-
thing to win" spirit.
Those who saw tho Yale-Uanard
football game this jear say that the
opening play was one of the most An
Brant nieces nf illrtv uork that one
could well Imagine. Harvard was to 'Rt Club Is finished, all but the
Inally Intended to be u sport, 1
pastime, not a business.
1 New Outrigger
Bathhouse Is Pau
' The new bathhouse at tho Oiltrlg
Householders and Merchants who are interested in re
ducing their light bills shouldnot fail to try these lamps.
Twice the Light for the Same Money
A clearer, brighter, whiter, steadier and better light in
every way than that obtained with ordinary lamps.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
kick oft. The meo lined up for the
fray. Instead of the man who plated
tho ball, and whom every one ex
pected to boot It In making the kick
off, another plajer suddenly rushed
focwjrrrt-Bim jctclfRnr, bil instead of
giving It n good boot, dropped it right
Into tho hnnds of I.llley, the Yale
tackle, who was playing well for
ward, llaidly had he caught the ball
when five or six Harvard men jump
ed on lilm, down he went, and he
ncer got up. He wan can led off the
field. He was one of the best pla)
era on the Yale team and his elimin
ation meant a bad hole i ,
utlon meant a bad hole In the Yalo
line. It was well planned.
Dirty Work Not Tolerated.
With tho present state of relations
between the colleges, one could hard
ly conceive of' such a thing being
done, or even thought of. In u Stanford-California
game. That a team
should deliberately plan beforehand
to put out one' of the opposing pla
ors, and this Is evidently what was
iloiio, would hardly enter the mind of
most local athletes or coaches, and If
It did, would never be stood for by
tho college public.
The prevalence of this spirit of
sport for sport's sake IT constantly
expressing Itself In the adoption of
more stringent rules In the schools
and colleges In regard to competition.
These rules have for their object tho
making of athletics secondary to
studies, and tho doing away with the
student who goes to school princi
pally to contest In various sports nnd
to get as little of an education as he
can by the way.
The colleges, under the collegiate
agreement, have long had such rules,
and they have been pretty well lived
up to on both Bides. In the high
schools to this principle, and oung
titers have felt it hard that their
school should be deprived of the s
vIcch of a star merely because he was
not up to a certain standard In Ills
studies. There have always Jieen
some malcontents on this score? and
there have been many rumors that
'the Academic Athletic League which
has constantly stood for this princi
ple would "bust up."
Pulls Out of Troubles.
These rumors were especially pre
valent about a year ago, when Her-
keley High School withdrew from the
league, and when that organization
nas in the throes of the revision of
Its constitution, by which the league
was divided Into self-governing sub
leagues. American and Rugby foot
ballers were at war, and things look
ed blue. The league was fortunate
during its hour of trial to have a
man at the helm who stood firmly for
the highest Ideals In sport, and who
hnd full confidence that all would
be well In tho ond, and who did not
allow the troubles of tho moment to
worry him or lend the league Into
any compromise fiom Its stundaids.
A. J. Cloud, who has been tho pre
gldont during the past two enrs,
has done a work for which ho has
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
painting, and will piubnbly bo used
by the members Sunday. Alread)
the big hatbhoure 50 bv Hi feet
promises to be too small for the club.
Kitty new niembers have sent In their
names, within" the past month, and
the lift -odd lovkers are being taken
so rupldly that plans are being dis
cussed looking toward further en
There are twelve roomy dressing-
rooms It would seem that these
must1' soon be mocd to another
building, perhaps, and the entire big
bathhouse ghen oer to lockera.
Tne Juniors' bathhouse has been
entirely remodeled nnd thrown Into
one large room, with fifty commo
dious lockers built ngalnst the nails.
There arc separate shower baths and
entrances for the two bathhouses.
The )oungsters will have their bnth-
house entire! fo themselves, and
they will not Intrude on tho senior?,
All of the club canoes have been
Vut In order, and now that they are
alwaja In handy position on the
beach, sometimes all of them a
dozen, lurge and small arc In use
at n time. Horomoto, the club car
penter, will make a couple of dozen
new puddles tor the coming Clink
regatta on Saturday, the 12th ult.,
and It Is expected that ihero will be
a lively contest In the surf for th
four giant silver cups which are be
Ing exhibited In the window of E.
O. Hall & Son, on Port street.
The surf at Walklkl, by the wayr
has been growing steadily for the
past four dajs. and It looks as
though the next toad of cruisers will
be tieatcd to some, great stunts In
a t n
Ewa Nine Play 4
Tomorrow the Ewa baseball pine
will be up ngalnst the real thing
when the White Ilaseball Team steps
onto tho diamond. Manager Decker
has gathered around him a fine
bunch of ball-tossers, and the 'sugar
growers will have to work overtime
to have a chance against them.
A new pitcher has been secured
for tho Docker team, and he is re
ported to be the real thing In the
way of slab artists. However, the
"farmers" arc not. worrying, and
they have something up their sleeve
that will astonish the city men. It
Is whispered that that "peach of a
pitcher, Henderson, has been coaxed
from retirement and that he will put
in some Inshoots that will paralyze
The game should be a good one,
as the teams have been practising
hard and all the players are feeling
fit. Collins, who made his debut on
tho Athletic 1'ark diamond a tew
Yesterday afternoon one of tho
best running races, over a middle
distance, that has been seen In this
city for a long tlnid was pulled off.
It wna the annual three-mile event
of the High Bchool, nnd nter an
exciting race u was won oy a Japa
nese student named Maruichi, who
managed to get otcr the finishing
line n. short distance ahead of that
nil-round athlete, Henry Chilling
north. The time taken to coer the course
was 19 minutes 30 seconds, and It is
thought thqt the distance from start
to finish Is more than three miles by
road, ns the Japanese runner was cer
lain!) running nt about n six minutes
to the mile clip right through.
Seen bojs faced the starter out at
the Aquarium, nnd they were sent
off to,nn eXen start. .Henry Chit
llngwnrlh nt nnra jumped Into th
lend, and he showed the way to the
rest of the field up to the Mnann
Hold, where Maruichi headed him.
As the bo)s swung Into King street
from Kalaknua avenue. Chilling
north nnd Ilrown sprinted and tried
to liend Maruichi, but the Jnpniie'c
held his own and responded gnmel)
to the challenge of the pair.
The thlee leaders drew away from
the rest of the field, and Increased
the distance betneen them and the
fourth man by1 some jards ns the
field raced down King street past the
Forestry reservation. The Japanese
runner still kept his lead, notwith
standing the desperate efforts ot
Chllllngworth and Ilrown to over
When the corner of King nnd Vic
toria streets was reached, Maruichi
fettled donn to a well-sustained
sprint for the winning line. Chll
llngworth pjucklly went after him,
but the Japanese lad was too fleet ot
foot and, despite Henrys game ef
fort, non by n small margin.
llionn, who ran well, gat Into
third place, and the leaders were fol
lowed home by the rest of the run
nels In the following order: Dwight,
Cottrel, Hush, llarnhart.
Although Maruichi, who Is n se
nior, won the race, the Juniors had
leu points ngalnst them nnd they
win the annual championship of the
different classes. The points lost
were as follows: Juniors, 10 1-2;
Freshmen, 12; Seniors, 13 1-2. The
scoring was inede so that the team
which lost the least number of points
was declared the' winner. Nothing
was scored against the nnin . who
came In first, "one point galnsfsec
ond man, two' against Uhlrd', and
so on. i
A big crowd followed the race,
and many autos, rigs and bicycles
were to be seen In the wake of the
runners. At the finish several hun
dred spectators congregated and
cheered the runners as they came In.
tt U tt
Mr. Odcll of tho Associated Garage
icports a most successful trip all
oer Kauai that Is, everywhere that
an automobile can go. He took n
Kissel Kar with him on the tour,
ond It Is the only one with 40-Incn
wheels In these Islands. The i limb
ing Ability of this car mis demon
strntid when (Melt and Malinger
Knje of Koknha mnde the trip to
Mann over n bad ro.nl without n holt
of any description. Another car at
tempted to follow the Ktvcl, but, EOt
stalled seernl tlinci.
According to Odell, there lire now
slxt)-flve automobiles on Kauai nnd
still inoi e are being ordered by cery
steamer. The other Islands nre do
ing Just ns nrll In the auto Hue, nnd
there Is ecry prnspeit of many more
being sold to plantation men.
Secral Chalmors-Detrolt nre to
hand ex Alameda, and more me ex
pected on the 9lloi la, The factories
are turning out cars for Han all
qulikly nowndajs. The bad weather
Kast helps the local agents to get
machines quick, ns during tho n In
ter In the Kastern Stales the people
do not buy cars vi readily as In the
The Associated has Imported a
rubber expert, and he Is considered
to be a mart el at repair nork. V.
V. Newell, the new man, will be
lead) to do any kind of skilled work
with rubber goods, nnd It Is expected
that he will be much appreciated In
Honolulu auto circles.
A DELIGHTFUL BEVERAGE
A SAFE STIMULANT
A O00D MEDICINE
For sale by
W. J. PEACOCK & CO.. LTD.
Concert and Dance
This afternoon nt half-past three
o'clock the Mallcs and Punahous will
phi) their soccer game. The two
teams will be on their mettle, as the
championship of the series is In the
balance, and the victorious eleen
today nill annex all the honors.
Should there, by any possibility,
be a drawn game today, then an
other match will have to be plajed
to decide tho championship. , The
Mallcs have been practising hard and
feel verj confident that they can
tako the Puns Into camp.
The Punahous hate not been back
ward In the training line either, and
the consequence should, be that the
spectators at tho league grounds this
afternoon will be treated to a fine
exhibition of soccer.
Hob Cation probably will not play
for the Punahous, and it Is to be re
gretted, ns he would strengthen the
team a lot. He may change his
mind and take a hand, or a foot, in
the proceedings, and it Is to be hoped
that It turns out that way. The
teams will be as follows:
Malic Kraser, g.; Anderson, rf.i
Mullen, If.; Center, rh.; Mcdlll, cli,;
Zlegler, 111.: Dwight, or,; II. Ilnlley,
lr.; Oss, tf.j McN'IloI, II.; V.
Punahou Pty. g.j Oray, rf,;
llioderlck, If.; Jamlesou, rh.; Clark,
eh.; Matconel, lit.; Cation, or.; Sin
clair, lr.; Walker, if.; Koholla, 11.:
Great preparations have" been
made by the Chinese In general to
celebrate their national New Year.
The stores in Chinatown are begin
ning to do rushing business, and next
week many stores will be opened
later than usual,
The feature pt the celebration by
the jounger element will ho the
baseball ganie between the Chinese
Athletic' Club and tho Chinese Stu-
months ago, will probably play for, dents' Alllanie teams on Now Year's
Kwa tomorrow. Ills work will bo Day, Consul Liang has kindly pro
watched 1th Interest by one or two sented a silver cup to tbo winners.
Manager Hodge of the oit llamiii
Young (iarngc reports that the cars
arrhed on the Alameda Inst 'night
These are nil to fill bark orders, nnd
they will be dclheicd ns soon tin pos
During the week nn Oterlnnd car
was sold to a local limine man.
nnd ho Is reported as being delight
ed witli It. Tour Cadlltars nerealso
delhered to prominent Honolulu
folk. The Cadillac Is consideied to
be one of the best inrs In the mar
ket, and they stand a lot of hard
work without getting to the repair
Jim Hnrrub, the w ell-Known
chauffeur, took dulltery of a seven
seated Pope Hartford, and he Is de
lighted with the wii) the car nets.
The two Itaker Klectrlc machine
have been sold and are to bo seen
running around tho cltj.
Th. rutiali ahtiiia nt Ihn inn tlumlil
Young tlarage are bus) all the tlui".'
and In the course ot a week a liege.
number of cars pass through the
hands of the expert mechanics.
The Schumnn (inrage received two
cars a lxomoblle and an K. M. I'.
30" per the Alameda.. Hoth cars
are to nil hick orders, and theic aie
still a number more to come.
On the Siberia, which .arrives next
Mondo), a new t)pe of car is ex
pected to arrive. It Is the Velio,
which Is built nt Mollne, III., the
place where the good plows come
from. The car. which is to serve ns
a demonstrator. Is ot 40 h. p. and li
said to be a heautlfully-nnishedjna-chine.
All the bearings arc Tlmb
kin, and the strength ot the car Is
Hie Vclle can be Bold for $1800
heic In Honolulu, nnd n big demand
for the cars Is anticipated.
The Studebaker "Flanders," which
Is a low-priced rnr of extraordlnao
value, wilt be reaching the Schuman
Oarage in the near future. Already
there hnve been numerous enquiries
about the machine, and It Is thought
that It will to use a hackne)ed ex
pressionfill a loug-felt nnnt.
- At thu
E0YAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
- - On
SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 20, 10;
Beginning at 8 o'clock
For the Benefit of the Kanhumana
Society s Burial Fund j
A rare chance to hear cood sins''
inc by Mr. Ernest Kaai's Glee Club
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
The Belter Way
Fort Street Below Dcrctania
not bean given enough credit. He
has labored quietly but surely, and they huve the planters going
has associated with him In the board ronsldnr that they i an hand
ot the managers who are on the
lookout for good men for their teams.
Tho "White Team" think that
m Iihk done a work for which ho has lookout for cood men for their teams, graver's hands and will soon be on from members and stores. . -' .,-. ... ,...-ai"flS
? not beon given enough credit. He I Tho "White Team" think that exhibition To wind up the celebru- Suitable prizes will be given for wu.iimuib ana UJWI,
. , lnm labored nuletlv but surely, and thov have tho ulanters coIiik. and tlon In good style, a konohl mas- the best-dressed dancers, and a tro- nnnrm .VMfl
I ' I iib
of mnniigeis a group of joung mcu -lemou to them tomorrow, ,ia. v. on suiuruay evening, reuru-1 comic losiunie. gy bulletin ACS pay "MHJ
The tup Is at present In the en
graver's hands and will soon be on
exhibition To wind up the celebra
tion In good style, a konohl mas
querade ball will he given by the C.
A. C- on Saturday evening, Febru-
Indlcatlons of two radical mechani
cal departures aro plainly apparent
upon the English motor car horizon
and can not be safrh iv-"id iy tho
remainder of tho motor v.orld Iwcausu
they undoubtedly are In tho right di
rection nnd tend toward econom) and
efflctcne). The first has been In evi
dence for several seasons, but tho
second has attracted ititl) attention
until tho last few months. Qulckl)
detachable nlre nhc-els liavo undoubt
ed 1 come to stu) and fen concerns In
Kngland will go on th market with
out them. The second undoubted ev
olution which was unmistakably lici-
ulded at the recent 01)inpln show Is
the substitution nf tho norm drive
for the bevel propulsion of small cars.
This practice has for mnn.v jetirs hnd
two successful adherents in Ungland
and for 1910 there, will be no lower
than a half dozen recruits. Tho cause
of the evolution Is the gcuernl toad
ency to produce Inclosed cuts for
town, nee nlth large bodlcx and small
motors. This means a further lucre in-
in the ratio betneen pinion and crown
gear In the rear axle and correspond
Ing difficulty ot production.
"Delightful mediaeval America!
Aiwa v s In the lutlmato personal con
fidenie of the Almighty!" So cabled
George Hernnrd Shaw, tho Kngltsh
plu)wrlght, when Informed of the
statement of a New York miiglk-
(rate, who told the striking shirt
waist makers they nere lighting the
law of Ood.
ary IS, at the K. of P. Hull. Tick
ets, admitting lady and gentleman,
costlpg 50 cents, can be obtained
from members and stores.
Suitable prizes will be given for
the best-dressed dancers, and a tro
phy will also be awarded to the most
IN THE CITY
Admission 5c., 10c. and 15c,.
Cor. Nuuanu and Fauahi Street.j.
and . x
In a Series of New COMEDY ACTS '?,
and Pleasing Specialties i.
A REFINED ENTERTAINMENT
NEW DANCE HALL
Kukni St., near Nuuanu
Open every night except Monday
Good Musio by Kawaih.au GleeGhb.v
Excellent floor amusement. "
Admission 10c., Ladit Free.
Shapes, Trimmings end Flowers;
Dunn's Hat Shop
Dressmaker from Paris. StyUii-J
Drcsso, tailor made specialties.' Km 'J
sonaoie Dnccs. narriion ncr.' i
Beretania and Fort streets. J
Woman's Exchange ,k