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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, MAR. 22, 1910.
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Hawaiian Opera House
The Henry McRae Stock
PRESENT AND PAST
HIGH SCHOOL BID
WELL IN MEFT
Isn't it a fact that you are having a lot of trouble in ycur
garden with Scale, Flight, Leaf Curl, Scab, and all the rest of the Mr
family that seem to like flowers and fruit trees just as much as you
do? If so, you should try Sherwin-Williams
This is one of the best parasitic insect destroyers, and is also oar
ticularly valuable for killing lice on animals. For Rose Aphis and Rose
Slugs, a diluted solution is very effective.
w We also have a good stock of Sherwin-Williams PARIS GREEN,
which is sure death to Bugs kills every time.
Remember I SHERWIN-WILLIAMS CO. put up both these articles,
and anything with their name on is all right every time.
E. 0. Had &
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
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We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
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of the work in each of our
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Shipping and Commission
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WE sell the same grade of
MEATS for twenty-five
per cent, less than is charged in
the markets on the mainland and
our service is better.
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Office Queen. St., next to Inter-Island Offices Tel. 281
departments is an assurance of
FOLLOW THE RUNNERS
Pol Lunch at Haleiwa Promises to
Be Best Ever BiB Crowd Will,:
For at Moderate
On Sunday week the Haleiwa
Marathon rnce will bo run, ami from
present Indications the event is go
ing to be n good one, and the excur
sionists who go down to see the Mu
lsh will bo treated In lino style.
The pol lunch which Is being ar
ranged by the ladles of Walalua
promises to be the best ever held In
tho district, und the be9t fish, pig
and pot to be obtained will bo
served undor the shado of the state
ly trees that surround the home o'
managers of the feast. The Hale
iwa Hotel will, of course, have n
regular sit-down lunch ut the ordi
nary price, but the larger portion
Of tho crowd will doubtless enjoy tho
pol picnic to their heart's content.
Jackson hits been bard at work on
the race proposition, and many mora
prizes have been gathered In by him.
In fact, nil the business men of tho
city- have come through with n flue
lot of trophies that will be of great
use to the fortunate winners. Such
things as shoes, umbrellas, hats and
other sensible prizes are on the list,
which has grown to quite a great
The prlzos will be allotted In a
few days' time, and then the run
ners will know what they will re
ceive In the event of their getting
Into any specified placa In tho rnce.
The entries are coming In fast for
the Marathon and tho two blcyclo
races, and It looks as If there will
be a big held In each oveut. The
lads under eighteen years of ngo
reckon 'that they will cut out tho
distance to Haleiwa In quicker time
than the boys of ovor their age, and
the result Is that much Interest Is
being taken in the bike events.
All the oflkluls have been ap
pointed, and a porps of motor-cyclists
win follow tho runner and
act us course Judges. Tho follow
ing men have been named to act:
C. C. Rhodes, I. Spalding, It. Irorger,
I.anl Magoon, C. II. Hustace and
Harry Chilton. TheBe six courso
Judges will watch the runners and
see that all Is fair and above board;
no attendants are allowed In tho
race, and the peds will have to look
after themselves In every way ex
cept In case of sickness or collapse.
The starter of" the race Is Mayor
Fern, and the Judges at Haleiwa will
be Messrs. McKlnnon, Horace John
son, Judge Mahaulu, Jonathan Ainu
and'Sherlff Oscar Cox.
Hayes Is running In flue shapo
nowadays, and on Sunday ho and
Jackson wont for a little trot ovo
a thirty-three-mile course. Hayes Is
reported to have done better work
than JackBon, and to have Increased
his stride a lot.
Gomes, Enos, Downey and sever
al others also took a long run on
Sunday, and they are all reported to
have done well. Tho race on Sun
day week Is going to bo a close one,
and It Is hard to say who win win.
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Battling Nelson feels sure that he
will "coma back" and beat Wolgast.
He says that ho was beaten by Guns,
but at n later attempt defeated tho
negro, He argues from that, that
he will recover tho title of light
weight champion. But Gaus was nn
oldtlmer. too, and going oft all the
time. Wolgaet Is a youngster and is
improving cvory minute; It looks
like curtains for the Uattlor.
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Howling Is coming Into favor
once more, and the Fort Shatter boys
are getting Into form fast for a Be
lles of games umong tho service
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The Diamond Heads and J, A. Cs.
are looking forward to their game of
next Sunday, and the latter team
considers that It will have a chanco
lot defeating the "Illg" league men.
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BT V. L. STEVENSON.
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8 COMINCJ EVENTS.
tt Secretaries and managers of- 8
8 nthletlc clubs nro InWted to send 8
8 In tho datcv r any uwiUb which 8
tt tqoy may ho gsttlng up, for In- 8
8 sertlon under the alioe head. 8
8 Address all communications to 8
8 tho Sporting Editor, 11 ill let In. 8
8 Baseball. U
8 ATHLETIC PAIIK. 8
8 Match 27 Diamond Heads vs. J. 8
8 A. Cs. 8
8 M1MTAKY LEAGUE. 8
8 April 2 MnrliiOH vs. N. G. 11.; 8
8 Cavalry vs. Infantry 8
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H. vs. Infantry. 8
8 April 9 Mnrlnes vs. Cauitr). 8
8 PLANTATION LEAGUE. 8
8 May 1 Ewa vs. Walalua. 8
8 May 1 Alea vs. Walpahu. 8
8 Tug of-VVar. J;
8 ATHLETIC PAIIK. 8
8 March 2C International Series. 8
8 Marathon. I.
8 April .1 Haleiwa Annual Ilacc. 8
8 April 3 Dlcycle Unccs. 8
8 Handball. 8
8 Y. M. C. A. 8
8 March 22 High School Tourna- 8
It mem. 8
8 Track Meet. 8
8 April 9 Y. M. C. A. at nojV 8
8 Klelil. 8
8 Trap Shooting. 8
8 March 23 Weekly Cup. 8
8 Horse Racing. J:
8 WA1LUKU. r
8 July 4 Inter-Islan meet. f
8 Transpacific .Yacht Race. t
8 July 4 Start from San Francisco. 1.
8 World's Championship Fight. I
8 July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack t
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VAIE ELEVEN iS BARD
Eight of Ten Games to Be Flayed
on Home Field Blue Will Go
NEW HAVEN, Mnr. G. Yale's
1910 football team has a hard
schedule of games. Ten contests
will be played by the llluo during
the coming season, Tho initial
game will he with Wesleyan at New
Haven on September 28, and the
llnal gamo with Harvard on Novem
ber 19. The Hnrvnrd game will b"
placd at New Haven also. Tht
Princeton game on November 12
will bo In Princeton this year.
Two newcomers nro on tho Ynle
schedule for 1910. They are Tuftx
and Vanderbllt University, which
will be substituted for Springfield
Training College and Amherst. Sy
racuse will be played on October 1.
The game with tho New Yorkers Is
the second on the schedule.
Captain Coy's loss will be greatly
felt next fall, but It is expected ho
will whip the men Into the best of
shape In his lole us coach. Coy
will have some good veteran mate
rial to work with, and ther are
some promising candidates from
umong tho members of last year's
Eight of tho ten games on tho
schedule will be played at New Ha
ven. The only two out-of-town
games arc with West Point and
Princeton. Tho West Point game U
scheduled for October 15, and tho
following week tho Southerners from
Vanderbllt will Journey to New
Haven to meet the bulldog. Colgate
and Drown will be plued boforo tho
The schedule: '
"Sept. 28, Wesleyan at New Ha
ven; Oct. 1, Syrucubo at New Haven,
Oct. n, Tufts nt New Havon; Oct. 8,
Holy Cross at Now Haven; Oct. 13,
West Point at West Point; Oct. 22,
Vanderbllt nt New Havon; Oct. 2,
Colgate at New Haven; Nov. B
Drown ut Now Hnven; Nov. 12,
Princeton nt Princeton; Nov. 19,
Harvard at Now Haven.
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Tho mtllrury ball-players nro get
ting Into shape for their opening
game, which Is to take placo on
April 2. The Guards and Marines
wlll hitch up, and tho Fifth Cav
alry and 20th Infantry will also
try conclusions. The different regi
ments are feeling worked up over
tho prospect of seeing tholr repre
sentatives ut work, and there should
be big crowds nt all the games.
All Four Teams Are in Good Con
dition for Long-Sustained Pulls
Marines Are .Favorites.
Although n number of peoplq
were disappointed when they heard
that the tug-of-war had been post
poned last Saturday, the contestants
were rather glad, as It gave them a
ilttle mote time to get fit for the
Brent struggle. It was u wise movo
to postpone tho affair, as tho heavy
rain that fell made tho Athletic
Park very muddy and it good deal
of water remained on tho field.
However, next Saturday night tho
Initial pulls will take placo, and tho
excitement should run high during
the course of tho evening. It was
decided at first to pull oft the tug-of-war
for two weeks, but as there
was another show arranged for April
2, It was thought advisable not to
The Hawaiian team of huskies, a'. I
of whom are employed by tho road
board, Is doing great training stunt
and It will be n strong lot that drags
them across tho line. The Marines
are having plenty of practise, and
thoy are pulling the scrub teams all
oer Camp Very. The hair-wets
consider the first prlzo us ulready
theirs, and there will be much Joy
lown nt their home If thoy do pull
off the eent.
Tho 1'ottnpnese hunch of rope-
pullers Is going strong, nnd It Is
going to do some tall scratching be
fore it Is yanked oter the six
foot limit, in fact, the San Mlg
uel lads think that they will pull
mora teams over tho marl; than will
haul them the same way. That
may be so, and It will lend much In
terest to the nrocecdlngs If some of
the dead-sure teams do get n sur
prise early In tho tournament.
Then Gumbs' collection of color
id men will be on the. Job with n
vengeance, and they will tako sbrnq
beating, too. All of the men art
itrong, huBky fellows, und they are
Is hard us nails.
Taking It nltogethcr. If fino
weathor prevails, tho opening's sport
fhould be good, and there will be
somo fierce pulls In tho preliminary
stages of tho competition. Each
team tins to meet tho other once,
and tho tournament will last foi
three weeks at least.
A. K. Vlerru Is In chargo of the
contest, nnd he is doing some tall
rustling in regard to the matter.
Tho-prlze money Is very liberal, nnd
the four teams will all get some'
thing to remind them, If winners,
nnd console them If defeated.
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DOTS AND BASHES.
Or! Ho, tho best lightweight who
ever put on a glove, has got down
about us low us possible, according
to the St. LouIb Times. The follow
ing Is clipped from Hint Journal;
The lightweight division In pugdom
never had a classier member than
Young Grlffo, tho Australian. Fit
teen yenrs or so ugo he was thorp
with bolls on. For almost fifteen
j ears ho'a licen not far removed
from n bum. I was chatting with
llie Bloom, Abo Attcll's old manager,
at hlB resort in Chicago the other
night. "Want to see Young Grlffo
havo him sing n song?" tho big
fellow nsked. "Suie," I replied,
''Well, he's panhandling around
these corners," replied Ike, "and
I'll get him. Just slip him a little
change when ho gets through. A
dime looks like a $10 note to hm
theso days," And, suro enough,
Grlffo showed up and chirped a sick
ditty. Then he passe the hat and
beat It back out Into tlid cold.
The Clark cups will ho contested
for later on, when tho surf Is better
than at present, A. II. Ford Is ar
ranging to havo tho big tripod, from
which moving pictures are to bs
taken, set up ' once more. It was
knocked down by the Boa a tow day's
ago and has to be onco moro
McKinley Boys Should Have Ground
or incir uwn to Train nnd nay
On McCandless Out of Form.
' It Is Interesting to compare the
rerouls nnd figures for the different
events at tho All-Schools meeting
In tho past with those put up lust
Saturday at Alexander Field. Tho
100-jurd record Is held by I Mc
Kenzle, who In 190? cut out tho dis
tance in 10 l-r. In tho faco of tlu
fiut that Bill Dice nlwajs manage'
to defeat McKenzto oer the hun
dred, pud et never gets liisldo of
10 1-G, It would seem that either the
timing In '07 was not conect oi
that the course was n little short.
A slight Incline would nlso account
for the difference, or, malie, It Is
hat McKenzlu has gono back n
Then tho mile was cut out In I
mill. r.S sec. by It. Smith In 1907,
ind since then no runner has bent
Jii the figures. Norton Is a lino
mllcr, and there nro plenty of peo
ple who think ho could beat the rec
ord If pushed hard. Ills tlmo hint
jaturday was 5 mill. G ?' sec,
A'hlch is considerably slower than
In tho 220-yard low hurdles Bill
lllcc equuled tho record put up by
'. McKenzle last year, nnd the only
ill 1 1 beat the record-holder by a few
eet. Tho tlmo was 27 2-5 sec, and
(hose figures will probably stand for
omo tlmo to come.
Frank Scharsch, the well-known
long distance runner, holds the local
440-yard record, and tils figures are
.4 sec. flat. Bill Hlce on Saturdav
last took 3 3-5 sec. longer to do tho
distance, but he won In a trot.
The 220-ynrd flat record Is 23 2-fi
iec, and was made way back In '02
by A. K. Akann. On Saturday aft
ernoon Iltcc got over the eighth of
a mile in 1-5 sec. slower time, nnd
von fiom McKenzle by u small
The high Jump brought out no
sensational leapcrs, nnd the 6 tt. S
n. record of Hopper, put up In '00,
was never In danger. The highest
Hitchcock could do .was G ft. 1 In.
Tho half-mllo w.u covered by Mc
Candless In 2 mln. 1C sec., and thnt
vtis no less than eight seconds slow
er than tho iccard put up by E,
icvcrlll In '01.
Tho High School bos must be
ilghly complimented on the show
ng they made under serious disad
rantnges as nguids training. It
nkes it lot of spirit to make boys
travel nil the way down to tho
Boys' Field oery nftcrnoon nnd
rain for n couple of hours. It Is
not like hnvlug a field of their own
it their school. And then the Jump
ng and pole ntiltlng events had to
ie almott n rmdoned, ns tho Highs
lid not 1' ve any facilities to prec
ise. V 'andless plainly showed
ow he has gone off owing' to not
laving a placo to practise his par
Still, tho school track meet was n
fine one, and should the Highs only
get a ground of their own, thoy will
invo larger teams In tho meets than
In the past. The other lads will
take up tho sport and not Icavo It
nil to practically threo men.
WEEKLY m SHOOT
second Stage of Trophy to Be Shot
Off Tomorrow at the Kakaakc
Trans Harvey In Fine Form.
Tomorrow afternoon tho Hawai
ian Gun Club will hold the sjcona
of Its present season's weekly shoots,
and the event promises to be Just
is good and ciose a contest as that
of last Wednesdny. '
The shoot will bo a combination
affair, and, like last week, will bo
shot In two sections one of ton
birds at the Leggett trap, and an
other ten at the known nngles. The
cup has to be won three times by
tho same gunner, nnd at present J.
V. Harvey hns a leg In for tho tro
phy, Tho champion Is shooting lu
line form, nnd last Wednesday grass
ed all of the twenty birds nt whlci'.
At 5 o'clock sharp tho competi
tion will start, nnd by that tlmo
there should be a hunch of enthusi
astic shots down at tho Kakaako
traps. Should Harvey again win
tomorrow, ho will havo moro or lesi
of a mortgage on tho weekly cup.
Austin has not jot como out of
his retirement, hut ho mny possibly
tako up tho sport again In tho ue'ar
futuro. He Is an cxiellont field shot,
and when In tip-top fnim Is hard to
beat at tho traps.
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Jack McFadden Is figuring on an
other go at XIarlowo of, Schoflold
Itanacks, and as soon ns the caval
ryman Is O. K. onco more, thoro will
ho an exciting go at Lellehua.
Heir to the iioorah
This piny 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 evening.
Seats arc now selling at Berg
strom's Music Stcre.
Neit Thursday Eve.:
IN THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE
Prices 75c., 50c. and 15c.
Corner Nuuanu nnd Paunhi Streets
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Fort Street Below BeretanU
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We Invite Inspection
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If you want to spring a joke on
your friend, bring him up to the
Wine and Liquor Dealers
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