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KVENINO IIOM.KTIN. HONOLULU. T, II., TtlKSDAY. JULY S, 1910.
Built by the Locomobile Co, of America, Bridgeport, Conn.
A Motor Car Developed Through
Eloven Years Specializing in
"Rome Was not built in a day."
Years of thought and labor were requited for its buildinp.
It still stands an imposing object lesson the product of
care, of painstaking building.
It required ELEVEN YEARS to produce the 1010 Locomo
bile eleven years of actual manufacturing and developing
' in the Locomobile plant.
These years of labor Were fruitful.
The 1010 Locomobile combines all the refinement nnd per.
fection that can result only from long years of specializing
in automobile construction.
Two types 'SO"' Shaft-Drive, "40" Chain-Drive.
Limousines, Landaulcls. Touring Cars, Roadsters.
nvo ii.utv mohkus of ihhiskvki.ts ti:nms
CUHNKT W.UTINli FOIE Till: C'OI.OXKI,
(Continued from Face 1.)
tourlM already exlat, It will bo s'v.ii
that the II. C. & 8. Co. onicem arc
At the lIiiIiIioubo nialiy Improve
incutH arc to 1)0 noticed, nnd n larRo
fecial and daneo linll litis liven inailo
liy throwing tlic old music room utnl
scverul other np.irtiiiciita In to
gether. Plantation Autos.
Altofiutlicr thoro. aru 111 automo
liltes on Maul, anil of these a ilo7.cn
aie owi:ed at t'mincne. Superin
tendent Scar by of tho Mr mill has
Jnet ra cited n duo C.ullllui' car nnd
tho II u I !. t I n man hail tho plc'ux-
iii o of a (aat run with him nnd Hen
UllllaniH fio'm I'miliono tliiuuglt 1'ala
ami Makaw.io and bark to tho big
nil I. Mr. Hornby la nn expert cliauf.
four, and ho nwe.118 by li Is Cadillac,
which on Sunday lanl carried tho
wiltcr anil rt.iiich MaiiaRer lien Wil
liams uvcr tho before mentioned routo
on tli( IiIrIi Rear. Tho Rrado la very
KccpAan ecroiio who knows Maul
In aware, but Mr. Scarby wnt 'the
car HtrnlRht up to the 20UU foot lovb!
without a ehaiiRo from tho IiIrIi Rear.
On Sunday mornliiR noma tennis
Wan plajcil on the l'uitticno eourtr,
and Walsh mid Senrby proved too
Rood for the ex-Maul champions,
ThoinpHiiii and Stevenson. Walsh and
Hourby won out by two Httalglit ucU
(!!, 9-7. Tho second set wna a
IntiR-drnwn out ono, nnd somo Rood
sliotR were ilned by all four nun.
Senrby has developed n serve that
Is well nlRh Impossible to Ret on a
grass enmt. Tho ball rarely r'cs
tluoc Inches after striking tho turf,
and Is very hnrd to Ret.
Wulsli has Improved a lot In hit
Ramo and Is playing good tennis now
udays. August Festival.
I'liuncnu will be en 'fetn on Au
Ritst 12, when tho harvest festival
will ho held mid tho annual tennis
match nRnlnst tho Honolulu ine.i
will bo plajed.
Several of the best l'uuncne men
will bo nwny on vacation during Au
Bust, but In Scarby, Meyers, Taylor,
Frank Ilaldwlu, Collins,
and sovcrnl others, tho 'farmors"
have ii Rood bunch of players to put
up ugal-ist tho Honolulu men.
Paia vs. Puunene.
On Monday at I'ala there was n
tennis match plajed between I'uu
of Mhuo cut In on Davis at tho turn
and promptly was disqualified and
the match was Riven to Nanlwa.
One and a quarter miles, free for
all; purse, $r00 1, FlarlRney; 2,
Major Collier; 3, Warning; 4, Web
This wns tho. best race, ever seen
In Hawaii, and the four horses Rot
uwny well together. Louis Warren's
horse, Warning, took tho lead, close-1
ly followed by Webber and Major
Collier; FlarlRucy, ridden by Leon-'
nrd, lay eevefal lengths behind. Tho
half mile saw Warning with his hcau
Ip front of (jollier, nnd Webber a
leiiRlh off third. Klarlgney was
six lengths behind tho third horse
and apparent) out of tho race. Tho
threo-qunrtor-nilte was thrown be
hind with Collier leading Webber by'
a nose, and Warning close up. Tho
wholo field had Inci eased Its lend on
t'larlguey, and tho mnrc from tuo
Co.tst did not appear to have a
look In. I
Appioacliing tho mile post Flarlg
toy's rider raised his whip ouco and
tho mnrc shot out like a rifle ba .
and began the seemingly hopeless
tnsk of overhauling tho leaders, who
were ten lengths ahead. Thrco hun
dred yards from home the Coast mnro
was still Inst, and four lengths be
hind Collier, who wns leading Warn
ing by n head. Then ensued n plcco
of riding tho like of which has sel
dom been seen nnywherc, Leonard
lifted his mount along In greatest
style nnd, using whip and spur,
c(opt up Inch by Inch on Collier nnd
WiirnliiR, who wore running level.
Thirty yards from tho finish Flarlg.
ncy made a supreme effort nnd land
ed over tho line half n length ahead
of Cottier, with Warning three-quarters
of a length behind, Webber
finished last, four lengths astern of
tho third horse. Leonard got an
ovation when ho returned to scale,
and well ho deserved It, as ho rodo
n beautifully Judged race, but one
that kept tho hearts of I'larlgncy's
backers In their mouths nil tho time.
The mllo and n quarter was cut out
In 2 mln. IS 4-G se ., and if tho Const
niaro had been allowed to mako tho
pace faster liltho first stago of tho
race, tho time would have been much
Half-mile dash, Hawaiian bred;
purse, $1001, Telcphono Girl; 2,
This was not much of n race, as
I Young Sam was lamo nnd tho Girl
simply won c.islly by thrco lengths.
Uosecrnns I Time. T.i 2.R W-
Threo-qunrfer mile, frco for nil;
purse, ?Ui6 1, Coplt; 2, St. At on;
3, Adrinua Lccouvrcur.
lour horses stnitcil In this race,
and tho unplaced one was Aidlon,
who ran last In the event. Coplt
none and I'ala nnd a big crowd of . Blt h u h m b w
lillllliln iillAlnlnil fit tlln anioili, A (1 n I v v
.Vow York, Juno 1?. Two of tho happiest inon In tho United States
nio tllrford I'lnchot und James It 0 urllild. Tho return of Colonel Kooso
telt means much to these two 'lion, f or they wore original members o' Ills
tonnls cabinet, and they ovp.'ct llio colonel to Join them In an i-rtuit to
, xlncllcato their tight on Socrjoiry llalllnger. When this snapshot wwt tuk
en of tlm two mon they had liivn holding u whispered conversation for
boiiio time, lloth mon (ortulnly feem pleased, A portion of lliuir conver
sation referred to. "WVII, .luuo 18 ii a big day."
C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
WINES AND LIQUORS
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WV. OTTARANTf.E 01IH O00DS
Each article is carefully handled
through every stage of our work
FRENCH LAUNDRY -
J. AflADIE, Prop,
777 Klnu Street.
people attended at the courts. A tine,
limit was also given by the manage
ments of both plantations, and It-was
wo'.l nttended. '
The mntch resulted In a win for
l'uuiietic by n"ioro of 148 games to
Horn early morn n long string of
a u I os, hacks, stages nnd wagons was
to ho seen wending Its way from tho
oiitljlng districts of tho Island to
wn) ds the Kahului raco truck, who.c
a line piogram of 'fourteen events
was pulled off.
Tho sight at 9 o'clock! when the
llrst pice was timed" to start, was n
lino one. Every seat In tho gran J-
Bland was oituplcd, und tho bleach-
ois wore riuwdcd. Hundreds of peo
plo stood nicuiid tho lulls, ami utl
was excitement and bustle.
Picnic parties were scattered
mound tho track, and all was to
the merry, Honolulu folk wore mit.h
III evidence, and although there wore,
uf course, soma sorohcidj, nearly
everybody was cheerful.
Tho Kahului raco track Is n half,
mllo ono, and Is In fairly good con
dition. Next jear It should bo much
bettor, nftcr borne mote work la put
Tho Wnlluku band was on hand
and played somo tlno pieces during
tho day. While not quite up to
Uergcr's bunch, the Maul boys do
good work. At lunch time baskets
were unpacked and tho lino spreads
toeaed to tho eye. Ono of tho most
pleasing features of tho day's sport
was the way In which family Kutles
cat down to lunch all ovor tho grand
stand. The Races.
Half mllo d.ibh, .Inpancse-owncd;
pittkn, SCO 1, Tclephono Tcnyu; 2,
Telephone (Jill took tho lead from
ho stmt and, easing up Ht tho lln
lib, won by a length fiom her soil
ta 'y opponent, Time, 54 4-5 see.
IhreoelghthB mile dash, free for
all; purBe, $7G i-Tlireo horses start
ed In this event, and Jerry Ilroder.
Ick's iinirq Coplt was n red-hot fa-
orllo. She Justified the confidence
lail,lii her and won by thrco lengths
fiom Adrlnnn Lcconviciir, who beat
Lady Ilcrnko by four lengths, Tho
last-named niaro had no Jockey to
Bpcak of, or else she would have done
hotter. The time wns 36 1-5 Bee.,
(ai:d Coplt met with a great recep
tion wnou sue woignod in us winner.
Twitting und pacing nice, heal
tilled out of five heats; pjliro, J '-'GO;
dlstatiee, half mile 1, Nunlwa,
drhen by Ul k D.ula; :', Llhuo.
Only two started In this event,
laud after l.lhiin won the first heat,
Nanlwa came mil nnd annexed two,
i Then In tlm fourth heat the driver
tiltig with tho greatest case from St,
Avon, who beat Adrlnnn Lecouvreur
for second plncp. The tlmo was
1 mln. 18 1-5 sec, and Coplt could
have impioved on It a lot.
Mule raco; half mile; purse, $:!',
1. Haiku Hoy; 2, I'onl Mol; 3, I'l
Ihulo. There were ten blaners, and tho
raco caused much iiiutibcmciit, us nit
soits of mules took part In It. There
were smalt ones, big ones und mid
dling size ones; tho riders ranged
from full giown men to boys of 12
or so. (Joe Whiz went awn nt tho
star! at it ten Ills pace, but at tho
quutter mile wns all In, und the nth
ois overtook him. Tho finish was ex
citing, but Haiku Hoy, who hud ltuw-
llns as Jockey, landed over tho lino
first, with tho rest bunched close ho
hind. Trotting and pacing; frco for all;
puree, (250 li Maul; 2, Harry
There were three nurses In this
event, which was run off In half
tulle heats, The winner of three
heats out of five took the money.
Harry Hearst won the first heat In
1 mill. 13 4-5 rcc, but tho next
three heats wont to Maul, who trot
ted in line fashion. Harry Hearst
wns second in three heats, and Cy
clono was last In them all. Cyclone
caused a lot of ttouble at tho start
und delajeil tho race for half an hour
or F. Maul's times for the three
itieats were:. 1 mln, 11 boc, 1 mln.
10 sec. and 1 mln. 10 3-5 see.
Ono mllo Hawaiian bred; purse,
$250 1, Mujorf Colllor; 2,, Indigo,
This was just a repetition of tho
races that the two horses have rUu
on many occasions on tho Hllo truck.
Tho pair rati locked together for
half a mile, und then the Major
forged ahead und, although Indigo
answered gamely to the whip, won
by .four lengths. Time, 1 mln. 48
Half-mile free for all; purse, S150
Coplt brought Joy to Jerry llrod
crick's heart by annexing the halt-
mllo race fiom Webber, with Lady
llcrnlce third. The fine llttlo mure
teitalnly did nil that was asked ot
her. and bv defeating Webber nroved
Iltoderlck's tip to be a good one. The
half mile was covered In 51 sec,
and that Is a record for the track.
I'ony race; haff mile; purBO, ,7i
1, Lady Jane; 2, Jubilee; 3, Pont
Four Etaited in this event, and u
pretty nice ensued from tho full of
the Mag to the finish. Lady Jane,
with a diminutive ilder named Apcla
up, shot out at the start and, In
creasing the pace nt ovory stride, led
nil the way and won from Juhlleo,
who came with a rush a tho llulslw
Apolu was curried shoulder high
Leave Hawaii Promotion
Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day 10:30 a. m Pall; 3 p. m.,
Monnnlua or Punrhbowl,
Tuesday, Thunday and 8at
urday 10:30 a. m., around Dia
mond Head; 3 p. m., Pall,
Sunday 10:30 a. in., Pall; 3
p. in., around Diamond Head,
.CIIAHOK PICK PASSUNdKIl,
Cars ci)ii bo hired for special
Kor further particulars apply
HAWAII PROMOTION COM.
HONOLULU POWEIt WAOON
along tho trnck at tho conclusion
of tho ra.e, and the crowd cheered
htm to tho echo.
Thrco quarter mllcc Huwnllan
bred; purse, $200 1, Indigo.'
" This was a walkover, as both
Young Sam und Ifndy C. wero
scratched by their owners and did
Threo-quartcr mile, Jnpaneso-own-cd;
purse, $761, Aidlon; 2, Tele
The spoils fell over ono another
to back Tcnyu In this raco, but tho
unexpected happened, nnd Aidlon
made ovory post a winning one nnd
landed'ovcr the finishing line a win
ner by seven lengths. Doth horses
nulled mi dead lame nnd seemed to
be In a bad way, Tho time for tho i
race wns 1 mln, 22 soc.
Cowboy relay rnco; purse, $26 ;
This was an exciting event, and to '
spectators became more worked up
over It than any other race. Horses j
wore entered from Puuneno, Orovo.
Ilanch, llnlonkala and by Manuel Ul.
,rlgo. Tho contestants had to rldo
half-mile relays, unsaddle, saddlo a
fresh horse and then contluuo their.
Journey, Tho horses all camo In to
gether nt tho cud of tho llrst half
mile, but the Puuneno boys lost ii
lot of time, changing mounts nnd tho'
Orove Farm representative got a1
lung lead. I
Ono of the riders had not clnMicd
his saddle properly and half way.
around It slipped back over his I
horse's rump und tho rider had to.
tucK on uarc-uacKcu ami ai mo same
time keep the saddlo from falling to I
tho ground. Tho horfo would not
stop at tno conclusion of t'to half
utile, und (ontluued fur several moro
circuits of the track beforo It could
The fifteenth race on the program
was billed as a ono-mllc dash for
Japanese-owned horses, nnd tho prize
money was $100. Owing to tho two
entries Tclephono Tcnyu und un
ion being dead lamo, tho raco wns
called off, and it tired but happy
bunch of people wended Its way
Tho Maul rnces were the best
over, nnd nil tho visitors loft tho
Vnlloy Island satisfied with every
thing. Not a "kick" was register
ed on the run down on tho Klnuu,
and all the Honolulu spoils sworo
that the saying "Maul No Ka Oh.
was tho truth and nothing hut the
Tho mi j ago to Honolulu was begun
nt 7 o'clo-k, nnd a smooth sea was
In order, much to the surprise of
ovorjono. Tweuly-llvo ot tho Clan
dlno natscngcrs joined tho Klnuu nt
Kahului, und tho ship wus ahbolutcljl
packed with people, who slept In liny
Acting Chief Steward Archlo Rob
ertson, assisted by u baud of willing
waiters, kept things going In tlm
saloon, jind Warbler lliown nnd Jon
Sllva gave selections that made
Charllo Mooso weep bitterly. Tho
fun was fast nnd furious, und It wus
kept up all night, finuch to the de
light of some of the peoplo who wish
cd to sleep.
News of tho Jeffries-Johnson light
was lecelved, round by round, at the
raco Hack, nnd the greatest Inter
est was taken lit the stories. Jack
Scully, tho well-lalown Honolulu
Bport, bent messages to tho Hull o.
1 1 it rcpicbontntlvo, and tho Kahu
lui race authorities also wont to tho
oxponso of having the light news
wlrelossed and posted on it big black
Angus McPhee, tho woll-kmfwu
champion cowboy, has ac:epled a po
sition with tho H, C. & S. Co., and
he fools us happy us. u sandboy, even
though he lost his hand through n
gun accident, and wis at once "llrcd"
by his former employer. McPhee
has fallen on his feet and Is the right
man for the Job at Puuneno.
The offlcets of tho raco mcol woru
as follows; w. T. Robinson, presi
dent; T. 11. Lyons, vice-president; J.
Garcia, secretary and treasurer.
Uxcuutlve commltteo, D, T. Caroy, P.
Cockett, Jus, Klrkland, P. I'. Pock.
K, II Parker, Oeo, Wright; starters,
A. Mcl'heo nnd Dr. Fitzgerald; time
keepers, J. Vnbconcellos, V. H, Fur
rll nnd It, C. Senrln Jr.; clerk of
the course. W. 10. Hal: Baddllnir nml
dock, Frank Somlnorfleld,
WHITNEY & MARSH,! d,
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Pure Sap Maple Syrup
The Genuine article In Pint and Quart Tins
1 M. LEVY & CO.
Stocktaking is over and we will
dispose of all Remnants and
Sale Commences Thursday, June 30th
WASHABLE LAWHS 10c. Yd.
38in. CHAMBRA-YS 10 Yd.
FEINTED BATISTE 12ac. Yd.
TABLE LINENS'. ., .'.-30c. to $J Yd.
BED SITEETS, all sizes'
75o.to $1.10 En.
INDIA LIN0NS. ..10c. to 30c. Yd.
AUTO VEILS GOc. to ?5 Ea.
SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS ,10c. Yd.
MADRAS SHIRTINGS 15c. Yd.
MERCERIZED RAJAH 20c. Yd.
I $1 to S2 Doz.
BEDSPREADS $1 to $4.50 Ea.
LINEN SUITINGS... 10c. to $1 Yd.
$3.50 to $0.50 Lb.
SHIRT WAISTS .
In Ginghams, Silks, Mulls. Lawns, Nets,
White, Cream, Pink, Black, Blue, Ecru,
etc., from $1 to $7.50 each
$18 to $21 SUITS now $1G.00
$12 to $14.50 SUITS now. , ;
$10 to $12 P'ANAMAS'now,.
$15 to $17,50 SUITS now
$ 0 to $11.50, SUITS now....
$ 5.50 to1 $7 iWfJOL PANTS
A new line of PATTERN HATS just
received and now on display
Get Ready for the Fourth of July
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