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KYENINO UULLETIN, HONOLULU,-T. H, MONDAY. JUNG 27, 1910.
Have a Look at the
Y Raiding - Standard
we received this week. We received one last week
it's sold. This one won't bo on our floor lone;,, but we
have a lot moic strunir out between Honolulu and Read
me Pa. There is such a demand for RcadinR-Standards
that c have to take them as we can get them, and where
v,c expected eight in one shipment, wc have only received
so fur J wo in two shipments,
. We. tatty a good assortment of Tarts for the Heading
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W. C, Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
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Your Beer goes better ; goes
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Drink for 10c
King and Nuuanu Streets.
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Salt Pork and flapjacks
YOU CAN GET THE PORK TROM US, AND YOU
WILL FIND IT DELICIOUS .NOT TOO SALTY, JUST
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75c. Per Month
BICYCLE RACES AT
PARK WERE GREAT SUCCESS
FIVE GOOD EVENTS KEEP BIO CROWD AMUSED HARANO WIN3
I'llll)' flxo thousand peoplo attend
cil at Kaplolanl Park yesterday morn
ing to fee the Jup.mcso association
bicycle races. And It ns a guol
Job that tho crowd was n well-bo-
hacd ono nnd Hint tlio race orriclalx'
ndvlco wus listened to by tho mob.
Not a slnglo poll oman wns to bu
seen, and the absence of tho olllccrs
wus ninth commented upon. The
gathering was by fur the, largest of
Ilia day u regards Honolulu, and n
fow ofllcors would hnvo boon of great
nsltlancc In keeping the truck clc.ir
and safeguarding against accidents,
livery nntlonallty under tho sun
was loprcscntcd in tho big crowd,
nnd all was good nature and fun. Tho
Iiip.inchO certainly did tho thing
well, and tho races put up wcro good.
Tho pilzeB wore fine ones, and tho
whnlo itii) was frco from the pro
tests and kicks Hint generally follow
any race meeting tlint takes pinco
In Honolulu. ,
Tho ofllculls wcro very hospitably
treated b tho Japanese, and under
gprendlng awning wcro entertain-
ed at lunch In great stylo. -After
two races were Mulshed, tho call fur
lunch whs made, nnd us tho day was
an excessively hoi one, tho summons
was must acceptable.
Kroni an oarly hour In tho morn
ing tho Ilupld Transit curs wcro
packed with peoplo who wcro Intent
upon taking In tho races. Man)
others made their way out on bicy
cles. In automobiles, and rigs of all
torts.- Uooths lor the salo of- soda
water, peanuts and other delicacies
had been erected, and tho sceno wan
an animated ono whon tho hour to
start the fldst race in me.
Of course, tho Japanese predomi
nated In tho crowd, but there were
hundreds of other people thcro. There
must have been n burning (if break
fasts In many a houso In Honolulu
yesterday morning, and thore Is every
reason to suppose that lunch had to
bo gotten together by the "Misses
In many homes. All Jnpan wai on
hand yesterday nt Kaplolanl Park.
and when llnrano won IiIb race, p
groat Dunzul wont up from thousands
Johmilo Andorson did the nn
nounclng In Kngllsh. and Onodora
turned tho remarks Into Japanese,
Johnnlo was, as usual, tho right
dope, and ho stuck to his guns right
through the heat of tho dn. Charlie
Chllllngworlh was to bo seen every
where, and ho certainly kept things
up to tho mark, Tho Japaneso hayo
great faith In Charlie as u sport!
and are always satisfied if ho has
the overlooking of tho preliminaries.
A square deal ,1s coming from Charlie
every time, and tho various sporting
communities around town know It.
Marcalllno was a host In himself
and lie eecruod to be everywhere at
once. He kept track or the Eiari
ers, got the scoreboard going O. K.
and then dispatched "the riders on
their longJournejs Kven then ho
was not flnirhed, as ho hud to keep
track of tho laps put up b) tho cy-
Five Miles, Juniors.
The first raco was started at
o'clock, and sixteen rlt'frs all
under fifteen years of age started
In the event. Tho kids were of nil
sliei from ten years old to "Of teen
next month." All tho youngsters
rodn well, and some of thorn showed
HILE you're waiting
Jolly the Man Behind
ii. .:v. i
I w ITV'
Hotol near Fort
ACHEW BIDES WELL IN TWO
tbut It was mil) a mutter of lack of
yeurs that kept them fioni putting
up good times.
Tho Initial race of
was over h flve-mllc
right fioni tho start
)oung C. A.
flawtlnn and Okumqto shot out from,
the tent of the hutich. Tlin first I
mile was covered by Il.iwllus in 2
mln. 50 sec., with Oknmoto c'oso
behind. anfPEdd o Kcuo lying third. I
The second mile was thrown behind
In 6 mln 10 sec. and the order as,
legal (In tho IcadcrH was tho same,
Three miles were covered In 5 mln.
44 sec, and Okamoto sllll led, with
,iir iiiuuin ill uiu .iiiiu uiuui, rum
Il. .,.., 1,1J... ..,.. ,l
nr? nn n ii,u"iiiig '''"h vi'L'ti .
the mark panned iu IJ mln. 7
in tho Inst mils Haw Una siecdcd
up a lot, and got well nway from
Okamoto, who continued In second
place, with Kcuo third. Ila.vllin
sprinted the last few hundred yards
nnd shot over tho lino nn easy Win
ner In IC lulu. 25 sec. Okamoto,
who rode n plucky rucc, was sc
oud, time k:50, and Kcuo finish
ed in Hi mln. 59 sec. .1, Orncllui
wns fouiUi. lime! 17 mlu 2 sec,; and
Shlb.ttu finished I fifth in 17 mln. 8
Ten Miles, Free for All. '
llio ivii'iullo rice lor all attract
ed u big lot of riders and twelve
men faced tho starter. Achcw, who
won ihn iininlwn tiievrln mo. wu
thought to bo the best In tho race,
lint hi, hmi in rdin wi.il i,, win. At
(ho start Hnrnnd. shot Into the lead'TlniBB.oulckly trallcd,ln behind lilin
and did the, first ml In 2 mln. 5 J. The first mile wan dono In 2 mln.
bc(. Ho wus closely attended b) 1l-, c. by llnrano. nnd Shlmanioto
mas, Achcw and llothclo, Tho ec- wis second. Tlmas was third, a few
ond mllo saw Tlmas first past tho feet behind, and ho was riding P
post, and tho time aB 6 mln. 3 sec. willing raco. At two mllra Ilaruno
Achow led at thrco miles and tho' "till led. but Tlmaa had crept up to
dlslunco was thiown behind In 9 second and Silvester was In a handy
mln. 20 hoc. lliithelo led ut four position for u sprint, llnrano sprint.
miles, with Achow on his lilna,l out ut two and a halt miles, and
wheel. Tho fourth mllo post was It was seen that ho'would win easily,
passed In 12 mln. 33 cc. ITho finishing murk waa passed by Ha.
rive miles saw llotholo still lead- ra" n 8 ml' "J' fl"'l,,1no olll,cr
Ing on sufferance, and the rest of l'""i ",c were Tlmas, Bhlnmmoto,
tho bunch wore coso on him as tho0"'"' ,lf 1nnd .Yo"hl1BIJ
murk was passed In 15.35. Six miles The IUt o om-luls was as followsi
were covered Iu 19 mln. 5 sec. andj "-" T" Unwl"' U ToW"
llotholo still held tho load from "y. U Stevenson.
Achow nd Tlmas. who wore watch-1 , erees-Chas. Chllllngworth. K
Ing ono another closely. Tho sov- Mnriinina. .
enth mile post was paiacd In 22 n.ln.l St..rler-A. Q. Marcalllno. Sada-
20 sec., and It wns Huruno wlio led
tho field. A great cheer went up
from tho Japanese as tholr champion , "'" ... ., B..
sprinted off Into the eighth mllo. t''tH-vim JIJ1, "aWa" H"'""
. . , . n .. 'po, UIU Chilton.
Tlmas mine out of his shell In the.' tt tt tt
eighth mile, and, sprinting for tho
tape, crossed, It first In 25 ml... 35 FKUMbBU).l flllR
sec. llothclo wub second at mis
ti.no, nnd Ilaruno third. The ninth
mile saw llothelo first across tho Hue
with Tlmas second, Achew third,
Harano fourth and Addison tilth. The
tlmo was 29 mln. 4 sec, for nlue
Kour men were bunched together
as the last lap was entered, and the
prospects of n cloxe finish eeemed
good. Achow wus riding In great
form, nnd he began to shake tho paie
up a bit as the baik of tho truck
was reached. Tlmas, however, Btuck
to 111 in, nnd llothelo and Harano
were alro going strong.
At the half mile mnrk Tlmas was
leading by a few feet, with Achew
trailing on his hind wheel. Harano
was gathering himself up for a dush
for the line, nnd the race appeared
to bo ui.) body's. At u furlong from
always feel at
home, Achcw and TIiuub singled oul
from the Held, and u ding dong bat
t.e ensued up to the tape, which was
pasbe'd first by Achcw, who was Just
one second ahead of Tlmas, who rode
u gamo race, llotholo was third, Ha
rano fourth, and Addleou fifth. The
tlmo for the ten miles was 31 mln.
3 fc, wlikh must be considered
fair fur the track.
Ten Miles Race, Japanese Only.
Ten riders stnrtcd in tho ton mllo
rate for Japanese, nnd right from tho
tturt Ilaruno. Shlmamoto and Yo-
shlga looked like piuce-gclfcrs. For
eight miles Shlnuuuolo led the field
and llurario lay close behind him. In
the beginning of tho ninth mile Ha
... . . i
rami took tho lead, and from that
led to tho finish, ilurano's tlmo for
the ten tulles wnB 32 mln. 1 sec, an)
Shlmumuto finished In 33 mln. 2 sec.
Yoshlsa was third. Wukumoto fourth.
Yoshlkawa llftli, nl.d Utio sixth.
rfteen j, Free for A1L
T(m nlcn ' n the fl(ee1
mllo race, but owing to a couplo of
falls, foino of tho best men were
thrown out of tho event. Achcw and
o. ,...,,. ,... ,i , ., , , ,.. ,..
aiumvs uiuuia II... I uiu uuu iulu .
lifitnn down Iti this rnrn. but tbn l.tt.
... . . '..., ....
ivr ruuiuiiiivvu mill nvv sail iii.cr via
shlgu, who, beforo the fall occurred,
already had a lead of a couple of
bundled yurds. Yoshlga led from
tho tunlh mile to tho finish. Ho did
tho five miles In 1G:24; ten miles In
3J mlu. 22 sec, and tho full dis
tance In 49 mln. 65 sec. 'He llnlsh-
'cd fresh and certainly nppears to be
a coming man. Onrdlu finished sec
ond, after a great tussle with Knha
iialho, amf tho rest of the field was
scattered all over tho track.
Three 'Miles, Championship Race,
The first and second men In the
ten and llftecn-mlle races were got
ten t6gotbr for tho three-mile
championship race, nnd a fine bunch
faced 'tho starter. Ilurnno Jumped
out ut tho sturt and Shlmaniotu Ulld
Announcers John Andorsoit, Ono-
MS DEW IUIIMIH
S(me Good Ttmt plaved by cham.
piont and Others Castle
Nowell Beat Ewa Men,
The Nolghboihood club Was en
'fete, on Saturday afternoon, a lid a
big ciowd gathered around tne now
clubhouse. Some Interesting tennis
was plajeil, and the different
matches wero closely watched by.
tho followers of tho game.
Itoth and Cooke defeated Athtr
ton UlcUurds and Orny after a Lough
set that went to 1210. Itoth was
right out of condition, ami found
ono set enough for him ut the pres
ent time. i
Greenfield and Mchecvcr of Kwn
for your car.
he's a Good
'Tho Two Jacks"
tackled Now ell and Castle, nnd, al
though they won the first set 7-5,
were beaten In tho next three, 6-1,
6.4, C-4. Tho plantation men did
well lo get the first set from their
-tr-ntiir ntitinnAnla j,f
Steere and Slnglohurvt rant Wall
- " ' '. :, I
and Homer, and the latter, who Is ,j
n noted "big" Island nl.ii t-fw did welt
and batked his partner' up Yn great
stle. Wall and Horner won two
jets strnight, 6-4, 7-5,
Mrs. Coulter and Miss llurnhnm
beat Mrs. Cllvo Davles nnd MM
Ward two sets straight, and t..c
score wns fi-3, 0 2. In n third set
Miss Ward and Mrs. Davles won out
6-4. UcfrcBnmcntB were served by
tho ladles of the club, and Mrs. I'.
II. Damon was In charge of the com
mittee. it tt a
PLENTY OF BASEBALL
Military League Play Two Games
in Town Oahu Games Draw
Crowd St, Louis Alumni Be
...ere was baseball galore on Sit
urday nnd Sunday, nnd tho Military.
Oahu and Oahu Juniors played
games c cry where. On Saturday the
tcrvlco men iiict ut" the Icigue
grounds and tho Murines bent the
Shatters by a scoro of 1.1 to 4. Tho
game was a one-sided one. but not
ns bad as tho second, which Went
to tho Hospital Co , who defeated
tho Fort Itugcr boys by a Bcoro of
15 lo 0.
On Sunday nt tho Athletic Park
tho regular sorles was conlliiuml,
and In the first game tho J. A. Cs
managed to bent the Marlins by the
Close score of 1 to 0. The game was
n beauty, and utter the .la pan cue
had scored Iu their first I mil in;,
(hero was no further scoring by
Tho ctcond gnmo wns between
tho P. A. C. nlno anil the C. A. Cs
It resulted In a win fur tho Portu
guese by A scoio of 4 to 2. ' Ap.lil
filled tho bases In tho first Inning
nnd forced n man home, nnd then
the P. A. Ch. scored three UinoB
At Anla Park tho St. liuls Col
lego Alumni "were defeated by t.ie
Postofflce nine hy a scoro of 5 to 4,
after nn enjoyable game. All tho
friend, of th.e teams rolled up If
Josh, hut remained lo cheer their
RARVEV Ml -
Hawaiian Gnn Club Shoot Was Sue
.cess Some Fine Work Done nt
Traps Bic Crowd Watches the
At tho Kokaako traps on Sunday
afternoon J, W. Harvey won out in
tho fourteenth semi-annual cndmploii-
ship shoot by hitting tho ?rentctt
number of birds at jnknown ungles
Ho accounted for forty out nt fifty
birds and stud In excellent form.
The following 0cnts wun shot off
and the w . rs und yrbiei nro print
ed In order of merit:
Klrst ovont Six entries, tin birds,
handicap unknown ungliM from 'Lig
First prizo Hefrlgernlor bnsket
won by C. V, White, J3 out of 50 and
plus 20 hnndicap, 13
Second prize Pint 'i'liurmos bottle,
won by J. W. Harvey, 4050 urratch
Third prize DO Pacific cartridges,
won by C. O. Long, 26 out of 50 mid
plus 10 handicap, 36.
Second event Eleven entries, 10
birds, scratch, unknown angles nnd
traps "Expert llules"
First prize Aluminum canteen,
won by J. W. Harvey, 9 t
Second prize Flask,on by C,
Third prize Pocket knife, won
M. C. King. 6-10.
Long, King, II. E Wnlkcr, J.
Patten and C. F. Whtlo having each
tied with 6 each out of tho first 10,
in tho shoot off, Long won Becond
place with 3 out of 5, King and Walk
er tied again with 2 oach for third
place, King winning out.
Third etont Twcho entries, 20
blrdH, hundtcnp, known nnglcB "China
'First prlzo Puttee leggings, won
by II. 1). Uoblnsoin 17 out of 20 plus
4, handicap 20.
Second prize Hunting, luvt, won by
li: IS. Walker,' 16 out of 20 plus
Third prize Hunting coat, won by
I Tau8, 13 out of 20 plua 4, handicap
II K. Walker und 11 I) Dow en tied
for second place with IS each, Walker
winning out In shoot-off
J, Tavim, (1, II Illchardsou nnd 0
O I-oug end. tied for third ptaco with
17 each, Tuus winning out
Fourth eent Iviglit entries, 10
birds scratch, uuknowu angles "Walk
Ins" ye birds across trap five to
wards First prize f Sweater, won hy J W
Htcoild prize Hut of liuliin larviirn,
won by J, ', J'uljuii, U-1 u
'I bird irli IUhiiII pad, won by lr
mu Hpaldlne, Mo,
When J. 0. Cohen Will Present llio
Musical Comedy Co.
(Direction of 1'innk Ulalr)
In n repertoire containing- some of
the latest New York Musical Suc
cesses, bcginninir with , j
The Telephone Girl
Box OITlcc now open at U cre
Prices 23. fiO and 75 Cents.
MATINEE8 WEDNESDAY AND
Honolulu Athletic Park
Sunday, July 3, 1910
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
ALL-OAHU LEAGUE s. WASEDA
Monday. July 4, 1010
T. A, C, vs. 0. C ALUMNI
C. A. C. vs. WASEDA
Admission.,.., 25". COo. nnd 75c,
Fort Street Below Bcrttiula '
DESMOND SISTERS nnd SHERMAN
THOMPSON In Soup; nnd Dance
J. V. OIBS0N Dancinir mid Sine-
Admission 5c, 10c 15o.
Corner Nnuanu and Pauahl Streets
Orton & Leota
Eccentric Dancen and
- ' , Singiitfj Comedians
THE nOYALS AND
Iu Short Sketches
15c, lOo.. 5c.
Do You Dance?
If not, wh' not I The Royal Acad
emy of Dancine holds forth every
Friday evening nt the Odd Fellows'
Hall, corner Tort nnd Kinq streets.
Sixth ocnt Thirteen entries, 20
brds handicap, unkojrun iilgji froai
"LoBBolt Timi" RtJ
First prize Shooting Jersey, vci
by J, W Harvey, 10 out of 20
Second prize 1'luihllgut, won by
V M Vincent, 12 out ol 20 and plus
6 handicap 18
Third prlzo Hunting nxe, won by
J Taus, 13 out of 20 uud plus 4
Harvey und Vincent mcti having
tied for first place Willi 18, In shoot
off Harvey won out with 8 out of to to
Vincent I out of 10
Patten, White, Churlock und Tarns
tied for third place. Tuius won out
with T and 2 handicap, muklnx 9. ,
II It II
Tho Oahu College Alumni bast
hull Hints deflated tlio toau. from Ihn
irulier Cleveland on Halurduy nft
uriiiHin by uVuirx of 8 to I, The
mim hud nu cbatM ngsliut th
ex'ttmltiits, liu wan u hy ltl,,i
iiytuiitttiliWiitti't. -"Mi -n- 'Jikifc. 4i
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