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Jackies Will Pay
N.G.H. Team Today
Tills afternoon at the league
grounds thero villi be two flno games
of baieball, and there Is sure to be
n big gathering of fans, who will
toot In the best possible style. The
enllorg ore noted lor their rooting
Stunts, and tho 'ordinary cltlxen can
get a lot of fun out of watching
them teiform. '
The first game will be between
the Kort Shatter nine and the tearti
front the Tennessee, and It should be
exciting, enough for anything. The
Jackies play good ball, and the
Twentieth Infantry lads are the kind
that never know vfhen they are lick
ed. Anyone who followed the mill
tary baseball series, which ended a
few mbnths ago, knows the style of
ball tho Shatters put up, and the
spectators at this afternoon's' game
can rest assured that the, Shatter
won't lose from want of trying.
Then after the preliminary game
Is pau, the big match of the year
will come up, and In It the National
Quards and combined fleet teams
will hitch up or a little argument.
ir anyone wnnis to nave some iun,
he should drop Into the dressing
rooms before the game starts and
suggest to Sergeant Bnrry that tho.
Guards may possibly lose. The bare
idea of the Ucauts going down to
defeat sends a cold shlvor through
the gonial Harry, and It Is a brave
man who "would face tho magnate
when be shivers.
The Ouards will bo up ngafnpt
the real thing this afternoon, and
they will have to play up to bent
the fleet nine. Johnny
will do, the twirling for the Guards,
and Louie Soares will catch him.
That Isa strong combination, nmi It
Is expected by Darry that the
battery Will be good enough to hold
the Jackies down.
One thing Is sure, and that Is that
there 'will be a good game of free
baseball, and -that the Jan will have
the time of 'their lives rooting for
tbelr respective nines. Tho, Hawai
ian band will be present, and Cap
tain Berger has arranged, $,,.
march which "will. bevplyod for .the
first time. The new piece Is called
"Barry's Beauts," and Is considered
to be the popular bandmaster's best
8 t t
vs. Columbia Boys
Henry Chllllngworth Is anxious to
arrange n ball game between an All
School team and the Columbia boys.
"Klddo" Is very serious about the
proposition, and reckons that his
bunch of schoolboys should get first
whack at the much-traveled ones.
And to the ordinary fan, the
thought of seeing our scholars up
against the mainland boy Is a good
one. There 'Is no- doubt that the
game would be a fine one, and Hono
lulu need not feel scared that the
local boys would go down. In defeat.
Anyone who ponders over the team
selected by Henry Chllllngworth can
see at a glance that the combination
is a strong one, and that the Coast
bbyi would have a hard time to de
Look at the following lineup and
see if any flaw can be found In it;
Esplndn, p.; Chi Oul, c; Dreler, lb.;
Franco, 2b.; Markham, 3b.; Chll
llngworth, ss.; Bushnell, cf.; Rice,
If.; McKenrle, rf.
A bunch like that representing
three schools, tho High, Kama and
St. Louis should give ,the Columbia
boys the jjame of their lives, and It
,1 to be Tioped that Major Felxotto
proceeds at onie to arrange the
Hiwaii Yacht Club
There was asrepresentatlve gath
ering of yachtsmen last nfaht at the
annual meeting of the Hawaii Yacht
Club, and the meeting wa. called
to order promptly on time.
The club Was shown to be In a
flourishing condition, and the reports
of the officers which were turned In
met with the approval of the mem
bers. The question of the annual
banquet was dUcussed,, and It, was
decided to hold It ton .Saturday next,
There Is sure to je a big, gather
ing of the clans at the annual ban
quet, and a polly 'time should bo had
by all. The Young Hotel will be the
scene of festivity, end the spread
promises to eclipse any given In for
The officers who were elected nre
as follows: Mr, Jaeger, commodore;
T, V, King, vice-commodore; Harry
Rycroft, Secretary and treasurer;
David Center, port captain; O. L.
Sorenson, measurer; II. L. Kerr,-A.
8. Robertson and, Karl .Dunkhouse,
icfiattn committee; .11., p., hqji-oii,
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George E."'Bmlthle, Robert Scott and
u M Vetleien, directors.
Old Time Rower
fc Speaks Of '85
"Tli good to see tho Interest In
rowing reviving again," remarked the
old timer. "'v unck In '83 e had
Bomo flne.oarcnu'ii in Honolulu uiiJ
many Is the wie that was rowed "i
Sunday mornings. King Kalakaua
took the greatest Interest In tho sport
and I well remember the time that
the machinists of the iron Works chal
lenged tho blacksmiths to a race.
"Alexander Young as manager of
the Iron Works In those da)s. and
when he heard of the proposed match
he said. 'Oo ahead boys,' and at the
same ttmo offered a prize. We, tho
blacksmiths, wanted n boat tho con
ditions of the raco were 'best and best'
shells and we were- determined to
get the best craft we possibly could.
Ke Aloha was stroke of our four, and
M and I'weie deputed to call on King
Kalukaua and sco If we could get a
loan of 9ecn Kaplolunl's boat.
"Ml novir forget the morning Ke
nloha and-!, went down to the royal
boatshed'aMhe loot of Alakea street.
Kalukaua. was etandlns near the door
and when KoIoha mentioned his re
quest me King ai once satu xonie in
side and tell me all about the race.'
After a little further conversation
Kalakaua Informed us that he would
uso his influence with the Queen and
get us the boat If possible.
"tVAlt In tll.IrA n Innir ailrr atinc,
J Queen Kaplolanl loaned us tno boot
unq we gov imo ine race looung very
tit and confident that we could win.
There had, been' a lot of talk-of tho
race being Died and Just before wo
started I took, the bow oar aid said
to out craw 'Now look nero boys, t
,mvu heMd about the talk that has
ucuu guiuft IUU luuuiia tluu I U1VUU
our boys to win this race if possible,
'ihero'ls to he no crooked work and
,e will ruq straight or dlo In our
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"Well., the race started and It was
a really good one up to the spar buoy,
whan we. the blacksmiths, (oread
ahead artq won easily by about five
length. There was a great amount
oi monry ieti on tno race ana ine
clever one) who backed the machln'
ists, ininJ',wo were not triers, got
It In the ny '
"PoQuHt)ily Roe-was a prominent
man in. rowing" circles In those day
and he acteit ak'cox In many races,
Yes,. I am glad to sco rowing going,
ahead again and hope It will boom
tt o a
Dope! And Sports
Trie Outrigger Club Is getting In
position to tnke a new lead In ama
teur canoeing and surfing sports.
She will have twp of her own crews
entered for the slx-pkddle races for
the Clark cups next Saturday, and
perhaps a third. The club can al
ways put three or more four-paddle
canoes In an, event, and a doien one
Sailing .canoes are to bo built
soon, and. th,e. c'ub will be In a po
sition to pull off eyery kind of Ha
waiian water sport without going
outside of Its' own membership for,
Ilonvlllaln, the Pathe freres man,
la out dally with the Outrigger boys,
getting motion pictures.
Tlie new bathhouse Is now com
pleted and the second coat of paint
drying. There Is still a debt of (300
to be paid on the building, but as
the members are coming forward to
take the 'new lockers at $C for five
years, paid In advance Into the
building fund, It Is quite probable
that a few days may see the debt
wiped out, and the club making
other needed Improvements.
A small bathhouSe for the very
little bos will be built Immediately,
and the ladles are, constructing a
rain-proof lanal under the big hau
tree near the lagoon. )
They will also enlarge their bath
house. Horomoto, the carpenter,
and "Charley," the caretaker, are
busy preparing the foundation for
the Outrigger float In the Floral
Judge Pole was one of the inter
ested spectators of tho boys' stunts
In the surf yesterday, and the French
motion-picture inan explained the In
tricacies of the Pathe' machine to
the ex-President of the Republic,
demonstrating the ease of operation
by taking a quick motion picture of
two passing small boys In a canoe
racing against a larger boy on a
surfboard. The boy on the board
This stunt repeated, by the way,
and the three girls standing on
boards In the surf, contesting for A
Clark cup, will doubtless prove fas
cinating features of the water car
nival in honor of the visitors next
A fuel famine prevails among
farmers or ndjolplng sections of Wy
oming and Nebraska,
Picsldont Taft favors tho provi
sion for two new battleships of the
Dreadnought type, ' I ,,"i .
Row Race Tomorrow
Tomorrow morning the Straw
berry crews of the Healanl Boat
Club wll have their rowing race,
and a most exciting event is antici
pated. The helvywelghts and light
weights will compete agntnst one
another, and the winning Crew will
on February 20 row against the Myr.
tie Strawberry bunch.
The greatest Interest Is being
taken In the coming struggle, and
all the oarsmen have trained faith
fully for the race. The crews will
be sent off at 10 o'clock sharp, and
by that time there should be a big
crowd of rowing enthusiasts on hand
to cheer the young oarsmen.
.The selected crews are as follows:
Heavyweights P. James, stroke;
Otremba, 6'. O. Gall, 4; H. Llghttoot,
3; P. de Hrettevllle. 2', O. Ii. Light
Lightweights A. L.' Suoggy,
stroke; W. Desha, 5; T. Norton, 4;
A. T. Longley, 3; II. Lemke, 2; A.
Local and Coast
The Schutqan Oarage Is very busy
at present, and quite a number of
people have d lopped In to see the
Vllle car which Is causing such a
sensation. Judging from the many
Inquiries made regarding the Vllle,
the machine will soon become a
great favorite with tho Honolulu
Tho Studcbakcr "Flanders" car Is
to arrive In the near future, and
then thete will be surely a rush to
see the cheap, but, good, car. The
E. M. F. people are putting beauti
ful work Into their cars nowadays,
and the machines are being sold as
fast as the factory can deliver them
in this city. ,
The Associated Oarage received
two Premier cars last week. Ono
of them Is a slx-cyllpder machine
and tho other a four-C) Under. These
cars are 'the only one's In the Is
lands which are fitted with the
"make and break Jump spark."
Tho garage is also handling the
Oakland car, Vhlch- Is a beautifully
finished machlde of a splendid type.
It Is anticipated that these cars will
be all the rage In Honolulu within a
short timer, , .
Mr. Odell of the Associated Oa
rage will be making another trip
to, Kauai next weak. He wlltako
a d"cmonstrat)ngcflr.lwJta, .hlaWnd
will go after sogse orthJ 0rn
Island records. " j v
Three Chalmers-Detroit 'car are
expected on the next Alameda, and
six Hudsoh "twenty" machines
should come aloha by tbs same boat.
The Associated Oarage Is Adding It
hard to keep anywhere nearly up
to the demand for the different
flakes of machines that they handle.
Manager Dodge of the von Hamm
Young Oarage reports a very busy
week, and everybody kept going at
top speed In the repair shop. A
beautiful Pope-Hartford car arrived
on the Columbian yesterday, and it
has been purchased by a local med
ico, The car Is of a French grej
color, and Is a magnificent specimen
of the art of auto building. A seven
seated Oldsnioblle was sold, yester
day to a local men, who will use It
In the rent business.
, Many machines are expected to ar
rive tb the near future, and there
are a lot of back order to All. How
even the machine are coming along
In quicker order nowadays, and the
prospects of buyers getting cars a
short time after ordering' them are
The von Hsmm-Young Oarage will
be extended In the near future. An
addition will be built alongside 'the
present house, and It Is possible that
a new garage may also be erected on
SOLDIERS REFUSED TO
TAKE 15 MILE HIKE
All But Nine at Fort Wright Are
Decause they refused to obey an
order to take the customary IS mile
weekly hike across the Island, alt but
nine men of the 131st company, U.
S. Coast Artillery, stationed at Fort
H. O, Wright, are under arrest and
awulttng courtmartial, The usual
weekly order for a tramp to the east
end of the Island came Saturday, and
was a form of New Year's celebration
which met Instant disapproval.
In spite of the refusal of the sol
diers to start on the march when or
dered, they were later In tho day In
duced by their superior officers to
do the full IS miles, but when they
returned to quarters eyery man who
dlsobejed orders was put under ar
rest and not allowed to leave the
p6st and several of the non-comrols-
sloned oncers, who were also alleg
ed participants of the mutiny, wero
condhed in the guard house.
Ever since orders were Issued,
which at first were for a ten mile
walk once a month, many of the sol
diers were not well pleased nlul Int
er when orders were given to In
crease the length of the march from
10 to 15 miles and Instead of hik
ing It ouce a month' they were re
quired to take ltt weekly, many Jiaff
dxprcajed themselves oponly a be-
Boys of the Fleet
Drop in for a Long COLD Glass fit
Seer after the Ball Game at Aala
"On the Road to Aala Park"
TOM MC TIOHE (the Irish Consul)
Use Carnation Milk""
Instead of Fresh Milk
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. 0 Yee Hop & Co.
FANCY DRY Q00DS
Wan Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market.
WING CHONG CO
rma it near bethel
Dealers in furniture Mattresses
lie., Ete. All kinds of K0A enf
MISSION FURNITURE Uadr T
Hder You'll Find
for gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St.. Between King and Hotel
RIINBST Rl I
4 loth at A-l oualltj am, ev
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ft lot Ml. TatoaJso , 1
antifaeturad from purs dlstlll.4 w
,er. Delivered to tny part of olty b)
.ill) ICE. AND ELECTIIC CO.,
Bicycle shop and general repairing
rork. Speoklty in nickle, silrar
id gold plated work.
KINO. 0PP. ALAPAI ST
Army tad Navy Headquarters.
Three hundred rootn- nearly all
erith bath. Circulating toe water
'o each room. Built, onioned and
conducted to please the really criti-
oai. uau a Clock iront union
Square, two blocks from Market St.
Convenient to principal shops, then
ten and railroad offices. Omnilrus
at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 per day up
wiia oain z.uu per day up
jsssus taoie a- note or a la cane
Manage nt of Qns 0. Larrn.
Yee Chan & Co.,
'. Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
Ing much dissatisfied. A general
courtmartial .will probably take
place, w(ion the fate of the mutin
eers will be decided.
"That speaker trlCB to be accurate.
t'Yes," answeicd Senator Sorghum.
"Ho really ovei exerts hlniBClf. After
saying 'thero Is little mnro to be said
on this subject' ho will talk for nn
hour to prove It." Washington Star.
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Gladys "Oh, mamma! Hero's a
nolo from that longhaired pianist. Ho
says It will bo Imposslblo for him to
play nt our reception tonight." Mnm
ma "What's tho trouble?" Gladys
"8omo ono stolo his wig." Chicago
Dally News. ,
Servant -"There's no coal, mum, an'
the (Ire Is goln' out." Mlstross
"Why, Norn, ou should hno told mo
before." Hnrvnnt . I rnnliln't fnll vmi
bthervwflii nnlwnil.-inum,' when thcri
was coal.' Uostou Transcript.
MISS EVA ALVA
Song and Acrobatic Dance Artist
Returning from a Two Years' En
gagement in China and Russia
Premier Pianist of the Far East ' jt
M0II0N PICTURES v
The Little Drummer oft
Don't forget the CHILDREN'S?
PRIZE MATINEE on Saturday.
Fort Street Below Beretania , ..
MAY WALLACE and BOBBIE WAY' i
MELNOTIE SISTERS ;-M
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MOTION PICTURES '.y
5s., 10c, 15c.
Corner Nuuanu and Panahi Streets A
THE WALL SISTERS
HAWAIIAN HULA DANCE
In Conjunction With ' j$
M 0T I ON PIC T U JRJBSwS
Coast prices on
chemicals and sun
dries of all kinds.
Post cards and
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street i
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for Groceries. Phone ,76.
AND FLOWER SEEDS
rRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg.
Alexander Young Building
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Dressmaker from Paris ltll.L '
urcsses, tailor made specialties.
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