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WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH;
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which we carry.
We also carry a full line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of tho city,
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OLD WAIALUA HORSE
IS NOT VERY SCARED
Island People Feel 'Confident
That Kaoo Will Make King!
txtend HimselN-breat haco
Assured For Next Sunday,
Autouo Kaoo, the old Wiilaluu
Horse. Is nut worrying about the
rocorila that Soldier King Is putltti'S
up. Tlic Hawaiian champion luis
seen nnd heard of dozens of wimJot-
fill iiinners, who were going to beat
hlm.ut nny old distance. Tho em-
bryo champion's nil went under
w.hcn they went up against Kaoo,
however, and then all sorts of ox-
planatioiiB were in order, and nouo
oi mem very sausiaciory, except inu
obvious 0110 that they word not fast
enough for Antonc.
Tho best long-distance runner In
these lslauds Is going up against a
tough proposition in King, and .It
would please local pcoplo better If
the race .wero over the full Mara I assured that someone will bo on
thon distance. However, those who,)0n-r,i thoMongulla, which arrives a
hnvo seen Kaoo run In ton, fifteen few days later.
nnd twcnty-slx-mllo races know that
tha Hawaiian can do even bolter
than ho did In thoro races. If ho is
fully extended. Talks of three to
olio bets uro a long way oil, and
thoso who think that way will see
on 'the day of tho raco that oven
money would havo been a better wuy
Kaoo Is trnlntng hard and ho wilt
ho his old self, when he steps onto'BOO, mvMUtCt n,c public Bliould bo
tho track next Sunday. AH Hawaii Ratlsflcd.
will bo prcicnt to seo tho Island rep. Young flnns" Is ono of tho best
rcsontutivc run, hiiu no win carry mtie boxers In tho Territory, nnd
tho hopes of most of the homo poo- , would bo willing to meet uny
plei Jho soldiers will be on hand to )()lIy nu(mt ),) ow weight, it
rjiot for' King, and tho crowd should would pay any promoter to get In
be the. liveliest that has gathered tulK., w(, tho youngster nnd sc
at the Athletic Park bIiico It was. ...,. ,.im ,or ono ot the prcllml-
This nrtcrnoon King will run fif
teen miles for the ilrst tlmo since
he landed In Honolulu. The soldier
feels that he can do tllo distance
With case, hut It is Just as well to
run tho course that he will havo to
taklo next Sunday. There Is no
doubt Hint King will cut out the
first live miles at such a rato that
Kaoo will havo to go somo to keep
within striking distance. Then upj
to ten miles thero should bo u groat
raco, and after that it will bo n case .,,,. ho , puking Into tho slx
of tho man with tho most wind ami rouI, Rnmc JllL.k muuo two trips
best sprint. lo Honolulu ami nmdo money botn
Nigel Jackson, chlof- trainer nnd ,,(,. Ho was- In better form on
njentor. of King, swears, that his ,ho lll8t ccuiU)I, tUan. ho was when
mail can not lose, but thero Is many ., ,, ,,, r.i,.j, u nii - n,
n slip, otc, una It may turn t, championship nt the Star Theater, years ago and tho 100-ynrd champion
that the soldier will get tho ur.,jue McUurn, who came down with ship of Knglnnd In 1909, has decided
priso or nis uio wnon me om vwun-
lun Horso shoots out in front nnd
uikcs mo leau in uiei insi iiuiu ui
tho gruoltng rate.
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? Tonight at tho Palatini gymnasium
the Herctnnln Juniors will tackle tho
Palamu outfit nt Indoor baseball. I
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CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII
ADMISSION 7fic, 50o and 25c
V c c k I y II u I II e 1 1 n II per year,
MADISON MAY COME
IN ON NEXT SIERRA
All Local Pugilists Arc Waking
Ud and Figuring on Fat
Purses Young bans Anx
ious to Meet Someone,
indication)) that tho
boxers nrc Retting ready for another cr on Thursday evening there will bo
show, nnd the gentle pugs aro some good nows. to Impart tu tho
sparkling up a lot a tho whisper, members of the Hawaiian A boc la
reaches them. Kddlo Madison Is tlon Football League. Tho Mallcs
coming back to Honolulu, from nil
accounts, nnd Charllo Hellly Is
ready and willing to meet tha long
fellow. Madison made good In Hii-J
wall, nnd both in Honolulu and llilo
1,0 won fights. He thinks a lot of
the Honolulu sports, and in a letter
received lately, ho wishes to bo ro
membored to all tho fellows ho met,
tt Is possible that' on the Sierra,
due hero next Friday, a hoxor or
two may blow in. If they do not
como on the Sierra, It Is pretty well
-rh0, local talent keeps In condl-
tlnn, hoping that licioro long a man
will be foil ud who wll put on n
boxing show. Two moil are figuring
on the Itollly-Madlin bout, and It
Is certain ithnt ono or the other of
tho managers will stage tho show,
At nonular nrl'es there should bo
Fomo money In tho affair, mid
two preliminaries thrown In
Dick Sullivan, retired champion
ot Hawaii, keeps In touch with tho
fistic world, although ho has no In
tention of getting into tho ring
again. Itlclinrd Is now settled duwn
as a business man. nnd he Is mak
ing good. Drothcr Pat Is In Cali
fornia, and ho may come down to
Honolulu ncaln thev all do. somo
tme or another.
Jnek curjoi), trom ull accounts,
hlla ... ... tho HaBtorn States.
Cordcll( wu, nroUnd town a day or
two ,,, He 8 anxious to get a
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weight are scarco Just now.
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will bo something definite to work.llls cl'ilm that ho, has been wasting
on, und' than tho pugs and their
trainers can get busy. 'The public
would like another show, and thero
should bo u good opportunity for
tome promoter to get in and arruugo
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FOOTBALL TEAM'S ARE
ALL READY TO PLrAY
High School and Colloco of
HaWaii.to lee.f First,
Next ..Saturday nftopiooji
.tcrtolleg utoj fijotball' scasi
ui)rt np.'HnmaUhough thoro Is xamv
piiiKia 11 iqun.Vifliie.inne eruuuus uu-
Ing ovotrunf with long grass, every
body hopes "that most,-of tho games
will bo played off thoro,'
Tho High School and College ot
Hawaii aro to meet first, and the
Btrugglo Bliould be n beauty. Doth
teams huve been practising hard,
and Captain Hosn of tho Highs saySj
mm nis men are uoiug uuiicr-inuu
ever they did In the past.
The collcgiaus are not worrying,
however, and Jay Rutins, who Is tlm
manager, thinks that his men will
just mnke nil the other teams sit up
and lake notice.
II 11 1 1 e 1 1 n IMIIorlnl Itooni I'lione
2185. II 11 1 let In llnslncss Ofllre
MAlLES ONCE MORE
TO BATTLE IT OUT
Hard for Coming Season
Marines Asked to Come In,
Play Starts End November,
When tho sneer men get togeth"
uro Into tho game with n vengeance,
Tliey have rallied up ult tho old
plnjors nnd some new ones, and tho
well known champion team will bo
out for glory this year.
There will ho four teams in tho
Icaguo for sure, and possibly two
others may come In. Tho Marines
arc tho right kind of stuff, and ,tho
lads who proved to bo so good on
the diamond should surely be nhlo
to put a good soccer team Into tho
The Honolulu Iron Works has a true
bunch of players, and tho men aro
all of tho right caliber. They play
ed well last season, and they will
do as well. If not better, during the
Tho Matlcs havo signed on tho
following men, and tha bunch looks
good to the tans: James C. McClll,
II. 11. Ualley, Hob Andoreon, T. C.
Uallcy. T. V. Zlcgler, U. Ault,
licorgo K. Dwight, J. T. Yeamaii,
Alln MJowuli, Alex Mc
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l,olt- JcfI '"aimoro. Jnck
Dexter Fraser. Hcrt Nott und Joo
Tho Iron Works teum Is practis
ing hard every afternoon ut Atkin
son Park, and is also does stunts at
Maklkl. Tho men aro getting Into
form nulekly, iinil thoy will havo a
big lead on tho rest of tho teams so
tar as pra'tlso goes.
It is to be hoped that six teams
tako part In tho scries, as four do
not allow of enough matches being
played. It tho Kamchameha Schools
and the Marines' would como In,
thero would be somo fun fqr Bure;
nnd the Boaon could be prolonged n
lot. However, nil these matters will
be discussed at the meeting on
Thursday night, and everything wlli
bo fixed up for tho coming season.
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DOTS- AND DASHES.
II. 13. Walker, who' won tho 100
mttro rnc6 nt tho Olympic gamos two
to becomo 11 professional. Ho thinks
of n tour through tho United! States
and Australia, meeting nil. tho jirom
Incnt sprinters. Tho nmatour ranks
loses 11 star but thero is something In
vnluablo tlmo running for medals
when ho could havo nmdo big money,
if .jr .i.f
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NEWS NOTES FROM I
The cadet battalion Is Improving
Its drills a great deal, but Is not yet
In llrut-class form. Tho now re
cruits aro (licking up the different
movements, nnd In a few weeks tho
cadets will bo ready to go through
tho. chess parade on Suudny after
noon. Thero aro three now buglers
in the battalion and they aro not
quite good yet. During the drills
this week the companies will tako
platoon drills in closo order.
' This afternoon tho Hcd and White
teams will continue their scries of
games. Tho second teams will meet
In n baseball gamo. Only seven In
nlngs will ho played, on account of
lark of time. Hob Malillio will he
in tho box for the 'Hods, und ho la
a good pitcher.,. Tho Whites havo a
strong team nnd expect to win
Tho Knlnciiamchii 'glco cluh start
cd In this past week, and made. Its
Ilrst appearance before tho putillc
on Sunday evening nt Central tin Ion
church. Tho club hns now 11 full
membership. Work wll bo started
at on"o for a concert to bo given
soon for, the benefit of tho athletic
The now athletic field Is being
Improved steadily, and largo gangs
uro working on It dally. Tho track
has been marked out and grass
planted In the center of tho field.
Tho track has been so laid out that
It will glvo an almost strnlght-awny
220 yards dash, it will bo a little
over a quarter-mllo track.
About twenty boys will rompcto
In tho Bwlmmlng races Saturday, to
he hold In tho harbor, between tho
grammar schools. J, Katanl Is tho
star swimmer on tho Knm, team.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Tho Murines play .baseball all tho
year around and they havo just start'
cd up their Hnttallon League. On Sun
day lust Company II bent Company A
tiy 11 Rcoro of 4 to 1. Then Compaiiy
C played Company D und tho result
wus n win for D, which nlno put'lt
over their opponents to tho tuno of 3
to 1. This afternoon tho Da will play
tho As and tho Cs' will go up agnlnst
tho lis. There will bo two games ev
ery Tuesday and Sunduy.
Tho schedule of tho Indoor baseball
games Is as follows:
Horctanla vs. Pallium, at Palama,
Palama vs. Kalllil, nt Kallhl, No
Derctunla vs. Kallhl, ut Palama, No
Horctanla vu. Kallhl, ut Kallhl, No
Pallium vs. Kallhl, ut Palama, No
vember 22. '
Tho Palatini indoor, .biisoball team
defeated tho Y. M. C. 'A. bunch lust
rilght.br n. Woro of 0',u 1. Somo dis
pute has- arisen us to Ihu, ago ot soma
ofttrnVnUycrs, who ivvoro ull supposed
to ho undcrtclghteen ycvirs old, It Is
to bo hoped, for tli'e'jeiW'jBr 'senium
sport1." that, thoro Is Oiiiffuth In tho al
legations 0(,t)oyJovewelghtcon being
on ine ruiuuit
II. ' 'I'h'I'.KNlWii
Judgo .Hullou defcutod J. W. Whlto
In tho fourth and last gamo of the
chess tourney last night, und tho win
ner proved that ho knows nil iiuout
tho gumo. Tho Judgo won four gamoH
straight, nnd that gives him tho
laurels. White put up a good fight
In all tho mutches but tho Judga was
too brilliant for him.
Brighton, Eng., Oct. 12. Jockey
"Tom" Ooatos, who dlod here recent
ly, left n fortune of about $1,125,000,
largely the renult of careful Invest
ments made by him under the gutd
nncn of Leopold do Hnthschlld, his
Woolly Uulletlu 11 per jtar.
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