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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY, XI AH. 21. 1010.
Hawaiian Opera House
TO PEARL HARBOR
FUND IS INCREASED
The Henry McRae StocR
Isn't it a fact that you are having a lot of, trouble in your
garden with Scale,, Blight, Leaf Curl. Scab, and all the rest of the big
family that seem to like flowers and fruit trees just as much as you
dot If so, you should try Sherwin-Williams
This is one of the best parasitic insect destroyers, and is also par
ticularly valuable for killing lice on animals. For Rose Aphis and Rose
Slugs, a diluted solution is very effective.
We also have a good stock of Sherwin-Williams PARIS GREEN,
which is sure death to Bugs kills every time.
Remember! SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. put up both these articles,
and anything with their name on is all right every time.
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. . .
W. L Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family TladC a Specialty Telephone 4
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
of the work in each of our
J. A. GILMAN, ,
Shipping and Commission
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(ORINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
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Royal Standard Typewriter
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TTTE sell the
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per cent, less than is charged in
the markets on the mainland and
our service is better.
TELEPHONE 45 W. F. HEILBRON, Prop.
if you Order Coal or
Get the best quality and accurate quantity, with
prompt delivery, by ordering from the
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Oflic Queen St., next to Inter-Island Offices Tel. 281
departments is an assurance of
same grade of j
HIGH SCHOOL WINS OUT BY SCORE OF 44'2 POINTS TO 42 OAHU
COLLEGE SECOND, AND KAMEHAMEHAS THIRD ONE REC-
That fine oung nthlcto lllll like
upheld his Alma Jlater In glorious
fashion on Saturday afternoon, and
It was mainly thiough his efforts
that the High School was nblo to tot
up 44 1-2 points, and dereat the.
Oahu College and Kamehamelia
Schools. The college was only 2 1-2
points behind the High School, nnd
their total was 42. Kamehamelia
made IT 1-2 points, and secured no
One Island tecord was broken and
thnt wnn tlin nnln vnttlt In which
Ran Hitchcock cleared 10 ft. 11 1-1 1
in., in m.o Rtvlo. n -nt over iho '
bar with several Inches to spare.
and If he had not been absolute!
contented when he established a now
record, he might have got over a ut 111
The previous record ot 10 ft. 11
In. had held good for eight years. It
was made by E. Hardee back In
Doth Ran and Rex Hitchcock did
excellent work In the pole vault,-and
they were by far the prettiest Jump
ers of the lot. Ran would have
dona better even than he did If.
when the 10-foot mark had been
cleared, ho had mado his take-off a
little distance from tho jump.
The new champion used a very
light bamboo pole, and It looked ory
short when the greatest height was
Noah, the Kamehamelia lad, did
good work, and It was hard luck that
he fell when trying the l'O ft. 7 1-1
In. mark, and hurt his arm. He had
to retlro from the contest, but as
Ilex Hitchcock nlbo could go no high
er, the Injured boy and ho tied fot
second place. They divided points
for second and third places.
Tho 100-yard dash was a good
raco, and It was seen right at the
start that Rico and McKcnzle would
light It out. The men got away
with the crack of the pistol, ami
Rice and McKcnzle left the mark
as one man.
At fifty yards the two great rlvaU
were love, and at seventy-five yards
Rice was six Inches In the lead. Mc
KenzIc, however, put in n final chal
lenge In the labt few yards, and it
looked anybody's race ten feet from
Champion Rico, however, hurled
himself at the worsted, and got homo
a wlnnor by u foot. The official tlmo
made the peds do the distnnco in
10 1-5 sec. Other watch-holders reg
istered 10 3-10, and those figures are
Norton of tho Highs nnnexcu inw
event in easy fashion, although flora
of tho Kams ran a really game race.
Young of Oahu College paced the
first lap and then (lorn took up tuo
running nnd led the field for a cou
ple of laps; Norton was striding
along In easy fashion a yard behind
the Kam boy.
About 200 yards from home Nor
ton sprinted, but Oora Btuck well to
him up to within sixty yards of the
tape, whero Norton mado a supreme
effort and shot away from his rival,
landing a winner by ten yards.
220-Yard Low Hurdle.
ThiB was a great ruce, nnd Mc
Kenzle nnd Rice were locked to
gether up till two Jumps from home,
when McKenzlo led by a coupio oi
feet. At the last hurdle McKcnzle
was still a foot ahead, and It waa
only after landing over the last
Jump that Rice mado a desporato ef
fort and got home a wlnnor by a
Dill Rico again distinguished mm
solf by winning this event fiom God
frey, with Lewis third. The time,
37 3-5 sec, was slow, but Rice won
In a tiot, looking around. The win
ner could have cut Boveral seconds
off his time If he had been pushed.
This event was run off In two!
heats and a final. Tho first heateial times, and everyone who saw
BY V. I. STEVENSON.
went tu Hoseu of the Kama, with
JtcKeuzle second. Hoseu won on
siirforance, as McKcnzle knew he was
' safo to run In the final ly getting
'second position In the heat. Time,
24 4-5 sec.
j The second heat was won by ltlce.
with Oodfiey of Knmehameha 'sec-
ond. Tlmo, 20 3-& sec,
The final was u great race, and
aguln Klcu and McKenzIc battled It
out to Uio iiulsh. The four men
ltlce, McKcnzle, Hoseu and Godfrey
got uway very evenly, nnd for llfty
yalds a blanket would have covered
1 '""' "e champion forged ahead
ot ,tl,e ,08t' und McKenile, on the
iiBliio, answered Ills challenge. At
the half distance there were only
two la the race, and tho spectators
ulled with excitement as the pair
dashed for the tape.
lllce, as usual, had a kick left,
and he put it in when within thirty
feet of the winning post und landed
one more victory. McKcnzle ran ft
great race, but the on,'!' "lllll" held
.iliu safe. The time was 24 3-5 sec.
one second outside recoid und it
Rice had had to light it out a Ut
ile harder ho would havo doubtless
ly equaled, If not have beaten, tho
figures put up by Akuna In IDOL.
McCandless won this event, with
Norton second, and (lota ot tho
Kams third, This Hut and second
practically decided the meet, and
rnve tho championship to the High
SuCaudless did not seem able to
clear any height, and Rex Hitch
cock won out by c.carli:g 5 ft. 1 In.
Ilrandt got second place, but the
Jumping all round was poor.
Mi.Candlcfis nnnexed' this event
with a put of 42 ft. S 1-2 In. Rex
Hitchcock and Kamaluplll tied for
second and third place. The win
ner did nut, get going properly for
some time, but finally beat tho next
best by 4 ft. 7 1-2 In.
McKenzlo, who won this event,
nearly equaled his own record made
in 1908. He cleared 21 ft. 7 3-4 In.
in one of his attempts, and then
when McCandless did 20 tt. 10 In.,
the winner responded with a Jump
of 21 ft. 9 In. Just one-half Inch
behind his own record.
Rex Hitchcock again showed his
clahs as nn athlete by throwing the
12-pound hammer 122 ft. 5 In. His
nearest opponent was McCaudlebs,
who did 112 ft. 2 In. Hal ot the
Knms got third place, with a throw
of 9 ft. 8 1-2 lu.
Uahu college won tins ovent,
with tho Kams second and Highs
third. Godfrey put up n great run
for the Kams in the final 220 yards,
but ho had to bo content with sec
ond place. Tho time was 4 1-5 sec.
slower than tho record put up by
the Kam Alumni In 1908.
There was u fair crowd at tho
meet, but nothing like what would
have turned out only for the rain
squalls which kept passing ovor all
The events wcro run well on tlmo
and .everything went off smoothly.
The Bweet girl scholars were much
In evldpnco, and they shrieked with
delight' whenever any of their rep
lescntnthcs won an event.
Rice won four events, McCandless
two, and Norton one. High School
thus took premier honors bovcii
times, while Oahu College annexed
tho first place in flvo other events.
Rex Hitchcock won two firsts, nnd
his brother took two others. Then
the Oahu boys won tho relay ruco
The Kams are a game lot of lads,
nnd although they did not capturo a
first place, it was not from wunt of
i -- -
trying. Thoy got Into ulaces sev
n u n tt it t: t: n h :: m u j.
tt COMINGI EVENTS. f.
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tt Secretaries and managers of I.
tt athletic clubs are Invited to send t
(t In the dates ot any events which R
St thoy may bo getting up, for In- t:
It sertlon under the above head. t.
tt Address all communications to S.
It tho Sporting Editor. II nl lot In. S.
tt Baseball. 1.
tt ATHLETIC PARK. V
11 March 27 Diamond Heads vs. .1. t;
n A. Cs.
St MILITARY LEAOUE.
April 2 Marines s. N. O. II
tt Cavalry vs. Infantry
tt Apill 9 N. O. II. vs. Infantry.
tt April 9 Marines vs. Caalr.
:t PLANTATION LKAGUE.
:t May 1 Kwa vs. Wnlalua.
t May 1 Alea s. Walpahu.
:t ATHLETIC PARK.
tt March 2G International Series.
;t PEARL HARIIOR.
tt March 20 Sailing and Rowing 1
:t Races. tt
tt Marathon. t!
t April 3 Halciua Annual Raco. tt
1 April 3 Uitycle Races. tt
:t Handball. i!
tt Y. M. C. A. tt
:t March 21 High School Tomna- tt
;i meiit. t.
tt Track Meet. t:
t April 9 Y. M. C. A. nl Hoy' t
I Field. tl
t Trap Shootlnfl, t;
A March 23 Wookly Cup. U
4 Horse Racing. , 1,
X WAILUKU: - t.
t July 4 Inter-Inland meet. r
it Trans Pacific Yacht Race. S
tt July 4 Start from San Francisco. S
tt World's Championship Floht. t
t July 4 James Jeffries vs. Juck f
tt Johnson. 1'
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ilieni perform wishes them the best
of luck in future meets.
The full rcsultH were as follows:
Ono hundred dash Rice, II. S.;
McKenzle, O. C; Godfrey, K. Time,
Mile run Norton, II. 8.; Gora,
ii.; Young. O. C. Tlmo, ri:03 3-5.
Two-twenty low hurdles Rice,
II. S.; MoKi'I.aIo, O. C; Dosha, o.
C. Time, 27 2-5.
Four-forty dash Rice, H. 8.;
aodfioy, K.; Lewis, K. Time, 67
Two-twenty dash Rice, H. 8.;
McKenzle, O. C; Godfrey, K. Time.
Eight-eighty dash McCandlesn,
II. 8.; Norton, II. S.; Gorn, K.
i'lino, 2: 10.
High Jump Rex Hitchcock, O.
C; Ilrandt, K.; McCandless, 11. S.;
Ncnh, K. Height, r ft. 1 1-4 In.
Shot-put (12 lbs.) McCandless.
II. S.: Rex Hitchcock, O. C and
Knmnlopill, K., tied for second and
thlid places and divided points. Dis
tance, 42 ft. 5 1-2 In.
Running broad Jump McKenzle,
O. C; McCandless, 11. 8.; Rex Hitch
cock, O. C. Distance, 21 ft. 9 In.
Hammer throw Rex Hitchcock,
O. C; McCandless, 11. S.; Hal, K.
Distance, 112 ft. & In,
Polo vault Run Hitchcock, O. C.;
Ilex Hitchcock, O. C, and Noah, K
tied for hecond nnd third places and
divided points. Height, 10 ft.
11 1-2 lu.
Half mile relay Won by McKen
zlo, Ross, Ron Hitchcock und Desha,
O. C. Time, 1:40 4-5.
Tho following officials hod charge
of the running and field events:
Clerk of course, Lorrln Andrews;
innouiicer, John Anderson; tlmors.
lien Clarl.e. V. C. Driver and Dr.
Hand; finish Judges, Captain Low.
C. K. Chllllngworth nnd Lieutenant
Chilton; flolfl Judges, Paul Wlthlng
ton, Mr. Larimer and lr. Odell; ref
ereo, Paul Super; starter, Mr. Hop
wood; scorer, Mr. Sclimulzler.
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Thcro will bo a meeting ot tho
Chlneso Minor Club on Wednesday
evening next at tho clubhouse on Mer
chant btreet Tho meeting win uo
called to order at 8 o'clock anil all
members aio requested to attend iih
Important mattcis nro to bu discussed,
u a u
The tugof-war had to ho postponed
on account of tho wet weather on Hat
unlay night. It will he brought on
this week nnd full details will bo pub
lished In this column.
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Ewn nlno went down In defoat to
ho Kewalos yesterday by a score of
R o 0, and then the whitewash tub
was brought Into usu fur tho benefit
of the farmers, .
Rowing nnd Sailing Races Brought
Off Plenty of Dancing at Pe
ninsula All Arrive Home
"All nboard for Pearl Harbor."
was the cry at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, and tho bunch would have
obojed the order only that there
was not much use of boarding the
I.ul.a when there appeared to bo no
chance of her starting fur some time
to come. The chairs had been lock
ed up In n shed, and the watchman
had llrst to be found and then an
express wagon hunted up. How
ever, everything conies to he who
waits, and about 10:30 o'clock tho
last of the fleet got under way
The trip down was n beauty, and
It was very pleasant to sit on the
breezy deck and enjoy n smoko ns
tho shores of Oahu glided by and
tho entrance to Pearl Harbor was
made. All tho sailing boats beat
tho I.uku, which was towed by tne
Mokoll, and the fifty-odd excursion
ists who were on board Miller's boat
did not get ashore at the Peninsula
till very late.
Even when tho I.uku reached the
landing place, no nttentlon was paid
her for some time, and the bunch on
board hud to thank Ebcn Low that
(hey got ashore nt all. Still, every
body wus landed without mlshnp,
and then n call to lunch was heard.
Four hundred people lined up nnd
got1 his or her sausage and other
delicacies, and then wandered off to
a shady spot to devour tho edibles,
Just as the l.uliu reached tho an
chorage, tho six-oared barge race
was. finished nnd it resulted In n win
Tor tho bunch of lads who called
themselves the "All Time Eats." Tho
other crew was styled the "Never
Eats," and they towed n good race,
being beaten only by six strokes.
Tho crews were as follows: N. E.:
A. Myhre, stioke; F. Aucrbach. 5;
L. Hough, 4; Jack McVeigh. 3; Dus
ter Stacker, 2; Kenny Smith, bow.
. T. E.: .II. Unlley, stroke; B. Glrd
ler, 5; E. Schteber, 4; C. Dyer, 3; L.
Jiarki, 2) R. Gosling, bow.
Then a four-oar barge race was
rowed, nnd tho Mylilcs supplied both
ciews. The Alice M. men won and
Captain I.ylo was In tho winning
boat. There was no tlmo for the
swimming nice, but the wren sail
ing event was brought off, und It
pioved to be a cp so and exciting
contest. The rnc was around tho
harbor, nnd stalled at tho club
house. From there It went around
Ford Island to tho mlddlo loch, and
hack to the boathouse.
The start was a good one, nnd tho
bonts stuck together most ot tho
Journey. Tho finish was very excit
ing, and the Roaring Olmlet won by
about fifteen ,eet from tho llowcns'
bout. The Galloping Mary got into
third p ace, .tnd thou followed Char
lu V.'i'dei wren and Rletow's.
Whllo tho races were being sail
ed und rowed, the party ashore
danced the Merry Widow Waltz and
"One, Two, Threo, Four" two-step to
their heart's content.
Tho Hawaiian band .supplied the
music, nnd it was enticing enough
to mnko n bunch of peoplo get up
on the floor and foot It away In
great stylo. The band also played
on the trip down, and the music
was much appreciated by everyone.
A start was mado for homo nt
about 4 o'clock, and town was reach
ed lu good order. Many of the ex
cursionists preferred to nalo n
mund Hip ot tho day, and returned
The next affair to bo brought off
In aid of the transpacific raco ex
pense fund will bo tho "Night In
Vcnlco" stunt, and It will happen
some tlmo next month. There will
bo lantern parades down tho hnrbor
and swimming races by electric
light. Music and singing and nil
kinds of shows will bo given, nnd
tho object being the 'inlslng of
money to fit out tho Hawaii, no
doubt a big crowd will turn out to
help In tho fun.
Tho day was n success both from
tho Joyful und financial point of
view, nnd the Hawaii fund wnb
swelled by n decent Bum of monoy.
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Owing to tho Athletic Park being In
a muddy Btato. tho Diamond HeadK
and J. A. Cb, could not play tuo sec
ond game of their series yoi,terdn.
Tho teams will meot next Sunday and
a good gamo should result.
Tho Liberty and Minor baseball
clubs plaed a gamo yesterday, nnd
tho former team won by n tcoro ot
J to 4.
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This play and company arc the
talk, of the town.
Hundreds were turned away last
Saturday evening, so order your
This play will run up to and in
cluding Wednesday eveninp.
Scats are now selling at Berg
strom's Music Store.
Next Thursday Eve.:
IN THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE
Prices 75c, 50c. and 15c.
Comer Nuuanu and Pauahl Streets
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MISS BEATIIE G-ATARDI
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Returning from a Two Years' En
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.Premier Pianist of the Far East
Fort Street Below BeretanU
WALSER & STURN Juggleri
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If you want to spring a joke on
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Meet your friends there and enjoy
the lunches and .drinks.
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