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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1911.
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FOR A TIME 18.75
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l SPORTS :
Randolph Hitchcock, Popular
All-Round Athlete, Is
TI1.1 mntnlinpa tt HaIiIi tftTra Alllo
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U'tlc Association hilil 11 business meet
lug it few day ngo nnil ihcted cap-
tnlni of tho ilirftrcnt ntlilellc tinms
linn Hitchcock wns eloctul cnptnln of
the 1D12 baseball team nnil nlio prcsl-;
ill lit of the O C A A Handulph Is
ntii" of tlio star athletes nt tin- college.
Ho If nn nll-rounil man, and was a
tower of strength on tin. tnuk tenm'
thin pant senson Ho linn been plnjlng'
on nil tliu ntlutlc tcnins thin jenr nrn
n active In nil sports Tho ntmlcntn
I nnil frit mix nro Kind to seo Mm head
' tho nssnclntlon and hnsehnll tenm I
j Onlm College did not hnvo n Ncry1
strong baseball tenm thin jear, nn
most of tho members were new plny-
'trs Hnn will work up a. gund tenm'
next jcur ono which will give the
Kninn a run for their money.
I! Morgnn, who wns n dnrk home
on the trick tenm In the triangular
'mn.l wna ntiw.tml inhlnln ftf tlm fmelc
tenm Morgnn mmlc bin llrnt nppenr
nnco on tho cinder pnh In the meet
lit Id In Mnrch. Ho In a good nprlnter
nnd mny surprlso tho rest of tho hunch
l'nnk Mackenzie, who hnn been away
I from cotlKft thin pnnt nchool Jenr, In
ntlll cnptnln of tho foothill tenm. Tho
ntudentH of the college: ore confident
that I'rnnk will return nt tho begin
ning of tho next nchool ear. Mac-
ktnzlo war. called homo during the
rally part of tho year to nttend to
pome Iiunlnet8 nnd wnn therefore mlnn
ctl on tho trnck and Imnehall team
Tho Oahii hoys nro figuring on hnv
Ing four nporta with the Kointhaineha
Schools next jenr. ti'nimly, noccer,
Ifnnthill. trnrk nnil linnelinll Thev nre
not ready to tako on tho High School
lltanm, for noine rennon or other.
I An thn ICnm hovn exneet to tako ull
'football next yettr, It la likely that nil
four nportn will bo arranged! between
tin! two nchool.
I Tho Knmehnmelm athletic field will
bo In perfect condition by tho time
I the nchool openn ngnln In September,
nnd porno of the I'unahou-Kameha-mehn
gnmes will bt plnyed on tho
field, The Oahii College hoyn aro
looking forunrd to n better year In
athletics whin nchool opens again for
thn fnll term Tiny nro nnxlnun to
linvo Mackenlo return ngaln, an they'
neeii him to lend the football team.
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FOR SAl,E Saddle, Driving and Work
Horses Just arrived from Seattle.!
The big cricket inntcli of tho ear
will bo played out nt Alexander rield
on Juno 2.'. Tho great coronation
mntch ahhiild draw n largo crowd to
neo tho men In action. Alt lovcra of
tho ihigllsh gnmo w III ho on hand, nnd j
It In expected that tho urgent croud
that ban turned out to seo a cricket
mitcli plnjed will ho prenent that tiny
The best cricket players of tho city
will turn out for n friendly mntch to
ho lit Id nt Maklkl grounds Saturday
nftcrnonn, nnil tho tenmn which nro to
compttn on Juno 22 will he picked
from tho hunch prenent at that time.
The teams w III be captained by Dob
Andernon nnd II A. Jordan. Tho mem
bra of tlio cricket club nre taking n
grtnt deal of Interest In the coming
mntch, nnd there In no doubt thnt a
big trowd will turn out Saturday.
The gnmo will nturt at 2 o'clock, nnd
thero nhould ho n lnrge crowd prenent
to wntch the match Tho tenmn will
hno a few matches with thoso of the
visiting British warships which nre to
nrrho noon, nnd nomo good Bnmes
nhould he plnjed
Tht re aro many good players In the
city nt present, nnil the prospects of
n local elcen winning from tho war
nhlp teams are bright.
Tho big match on tho 22nd should
draw many spectators, as by thnt time
the tenms will bo In perfect condition
to put up a good eamo.
FAND0M AT RANDOM
the BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO STRUT
New location Red front, near
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
Zmma Street, above Beretania
Joo McOnrn. tho well-known boxer,
who hnd n few fights' In Honolulu,
fought a drnw with Itufus Williams, a
colored pugilist of tho Golden Onto
city, on June 2 It was a hnrd-fought
content from beginning' to end, nnd
Joe showed thnt he.was game,, as ho
took a good ilenr'?, ...,.,?", v..r
lis opponent. -,1
Henry fining,,.,),! tho wellknown
!, ,' ",,Dyor Is nuttlrts l somo fine
, Jl tho Oahii League series. Ho
is ma ., ... . ..... ,1,.
,IV(l(fi llin III Dl Hljn:i.lHln.u .1, ...w
Placing a pure-blooded sire
at thcr head ot your herd or
ftock is like putting a trusty
general at the head of an
army, tor he is the leader on
whom rests the glory ot vic
tory or the disgrace of defeat.
The Farm March 25, 1911
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The Fine, Young, ImportedKeutuoky-bred Registered
Blue Grass Chief, No. 2513
American Saddle Horse Register
llluo Grans Chief Is a beautiful rich blood bay with white hind feet to ankles, Btnnds 15',4 hands
high and weighs nbout 1010 now. as he has not arrived at full maturity yet he will no doubt weigh at
leust 1100 by another year. As to his form, style, conformation and makeup I can best reiterate tho
statement made to me by his former owner. Dr. O. W. Taylor of Klversldo slock farm, Whlto Post, I'ike
county, Kentucky, from whom I purchased him nbout two months Blnce: "The prettiest horse I ever
laid eyes on," and the snnle remark has been made concerning him by at least n dozen of my friends.
After looking him over since his nrrlval at Knhulul from San I'ranclHco per Matson 3. 3. Co 'a steamer
Lurllno on May 27th, ID11.
Illuo Grass Chief was bred by J. It. Qlllasple of Mount Sterling, Woodford Co, Kentucky: was foal
ed In 190C; sired by Uourbon Chief 97C, ha by Harrison Chief 1C06; first dan; Nelllo I'rewltt 3450, by
Itoscoe 2471, a great Bhow horse nnd breeder; third dam by Crusader; fourth dam by Grey Kngle.
.Uourbon Chief, the sire of Illue Orass Chief, was tlio winner of 208 bluo ribbons In different show
rings and was never defeated, nnd Ib claimed to be tho greatest bIiow saddle stallion In the world. Nellie
I'rewltt, the dam of Illuo Grass Chief, was also a great prize winning show mare In her day, and as
a breeder produced a mimbor of great show horses.
The Stallion News of March lBt, 1911, says: Uourbon Chief 97C, who died this winter, wns tho sire
of more champion sons than any other horse the bookB record, Ilia son, Montgomery Chief, won first
premium nt the great world's fair at St. Louis In 1904 in the gnltcd saddle stallion cluss, also many
other first In different show rings all over the country, nnd another son, Kmeruld Chief, took second
prlzo to Montgomery Chief at the world's fair in 1904 at St. Louis.
The Farm nnd Horse Journal of Louisville, Ky says in their issue of Jan. 14th, 1911: The report
of the death last week of the noted saddle stallion Uourbon Chief 97G will be regretfully received by
saddle horse breeders everywhere. Originally bred ns a harness horso this successful sire came to be
ono ot, the moat celebrated of sires known to saddle horse breeders. Ho first gained notoriety as the slro
of Dully 85t, so successfully shown' by Gen. Castleman at tho Chicago world's fair In 1S93. Her won
derful show there brought greatness to her slro. Looking for the reason some said it was the Denmark
blood got through Lathams Denmark 90, sire of his dam. Others maintained that It was duo to the gient
qualities ot Harrlsoi) Chief, his sire, 'a famous show' horso In his day. HUH thero woro others and
perhaps they wero correct, who attributed It to tho happy nick of thu Denmark with the Chlof blood.
' At any rate tlio two streams have (lowed on never so successfully as when brought together along lines
of later ,day breeding, Bourbon Chlefwus-Blrcd by Harrison Chief out of Hello by Lathams Denmark,
second dam by Iiellfouuder. He was'bred by Jrs. McClelland of Uourbon Co, Kentucky, and owned nt
the time, or his death by J. II. 'Qlllasplo of Mount Sterling, Ky. (It will be observed that Mr. Glllusple Is
the breeder ot Illuo Grass Chief,) He Was foaled in 18S3 and in his early duys wan the rival or bis lllus
trpus sire for honors In the harness shows. Ho gained his laurels as n slro of saddlers through the per
formances of his get, among which are' Montgomery Chief, Uourbon King, Uourbon Prince, Uourbon
Ueuuty, Marvel King, pnlly, and others already noted In tho show rings.
The above remarks concerning tho breeding uf Uluo Grass Chief and his sire Uourbon Chief nre
not mine. They are matters of record and history and can be verified by any one by Tvrltlng to Mr.
I. II. Nail, secretary American Saddle Horso Ureeders' Registry Association of Louisville Ky. It will bo
observed that his. blood lines contain those ot tlio most noted hremiiim show ring prize winning saddle
and show horses of the great Uluo Grass region of 'Kentucky on both sides. I Imported him to keep, but
linve since concluded to sell him, ns he Is too valuable for my purpose, and to any one wanting the best
he ought to suit, as he is Individually us near perfect Hi It Is pusslblo for an animal of his kind to bo,
and that he will reproduce himself In his offspring Is not a matter ot conjecturo at ull but of certainty.
It la argued by some that horses and mules will In the near futuro be supplanted by mechanical means
such us automobiles, etc. Now, It doesn't look that way If we judge thu futuro by the p.ist, for ten years
ago there were no nutos and now there nro thousands, and horses nnd mules are worth todny In any
market Just double tlio price thnt they were then, which seems to me to bo a pretty good object leSHou
on the subject and comment thereon is entirely unnecessary.
To any one desiring n stallion to produce colts thnt, when they nrrlvo nt serviceable age, will
bring two or three times us much In any market as the ordinary kind nnd not cost one cent more to
produce lie Is the goods and cannot tall to accomplish this great tlislderatum unless ull laws ot heredi
tary influence, Like producing Llku, etc., and even ordinary laws of nature bo suspended in Ills case.
What a dandy he ought to be for raising cavalry horses from, not tho ordinary kind for cavalrymen, but
for officers' use who generally buy thely own mounts, such ones for Instance as Gen Miles' friends pur
chuhed and presented to him not long ugo, which was a Kentucky saddle bred gelding for which they
He Is as sound in wind, limb and body as the day he was fouled, porfectly kind in harness nnd un
der saddle, but his great value is not for either ot these purposes. Ills great valuo Is as a seed or stock
horse for reproducing his Bpocles, and the man or company who secures him for this purpose Is to be
congratulated and should be the envy ot every mail, woman or child In the country that loves and values
a Hue specimen of God's greatest creation next to man tho noble horse. It would be almost Impossible
to correctly estimate the Value In dollars and cents of this horse's: blood and influence on the horso stock
of thin country pr any community that he might bo kept in say for 10 or IS years, being young he has
his whole lifetime ot usefulness before him and should more than pay for himself every year of his
Also one of the finest young Jacks that ever came to the country, live years old this spring. I
don't know ns I would miss It much it I was to say tho llnest one. He is black us a crow with light
points, 14 bauds high, weight 800 lbs. He Is not as large us Borne great overgiown monsters, but If he
continues to grow and spread and fill out and thicken up tho way he has during the last six months he
will weigh at leust 1000 lbs. another year, which Is considered a pretty big Jack In auy country. I im
ported him from the Coast last September. Ho Is of veiy stout, houvy, blotky, compact build with hand
some head, and will get tho low down, stout, heuvy set mules thut everybody wants Instead of the great
long, lanky, thin, slab-sided, cat-hntned ones that nobody wants. He Is us lusty and hearty and vigorous
us a fattening pig, always hungry and makes a great outcry if his meuls ure not forthcoming strictly on
tine He works on mures Just like a stallion. I only wish that I was fixed to go Into mule raising
myself, as In that case no money could buy him, but as It Is he is for sule at less than one-half his real
For any additional particulars cull ou or address
O. U. MILKS,
Lalialna, Maul, T, II,
Lahnlna, Maul, June, 1911.
Deshn captnln of tho tenm, Ulll Desha,
G. Mcfutyio, HnmaUua, Loin and E
Noah are ull Kam boys.
Next Sundny forenoon thero will bo
n gnmo or nnseimii nt mo mukiki
to Join tho A. A. U., as Its members
are all amnture plnjers. Captain' D.
Dosha has the application tnadu out
and will send It In Boon.
Uoth Kid Georso and MrKcnna will
grounds between tho Flashlights anil nnlsli up their training this afternoon
tho Onhu Uanehall Team. It Is ex- for tler flgllt Saturday night. Uoth
pected to be u hot game owing to tho fighters are In excellent condition,
fact that the Flashlights bnve never ,
nur (loft itt Vot '
Tho Hawaii team Is tnklng steps, plantation tiulns, and no doubt a
JaI Al.n A A TT n tt1 lllAlllllAHl ' tM ...--!- . . M m J.
HiiKo miiuuor oi people win take ad
vantage ot the oasy and comtojtablo
means of trnnspoitatlnn front and to
their various homes. On noxt Satur
day evening a concert will Inke place
In tho Wnllukti Town Hall, tlio pio
ceeds to go towards the church fund.
J. Hamakua, who is holding down
second bJBo for the Hawaii team Is
I WS of "le r'a'ora ' "10 "nlK-
I.enguo'-!va,n ,cal a 'uw years hu.
Ho lias trlmW'I (lown ,0 nl 0''1 for,n
ngaln and Is tJ''B well ou the team.
It Is rumored thn't,Iu'',ien,ttc' l,,a
Marathon runner, Is on UoJfPl "a ,lv'
s;B this season with tho Japanese ndes. Jlmmlo ntzgerald Issa... -P.JJ5
',' rTi playing nt short Blop Henry mo aiam., uuo ..ut ....,.
'".jod on tho Diamond Head team u match will bo arranged over tho Mora
w j ears ago In the big lenguo.
The Hawaii baseball team of tho
tbon course when they nrrlve.
Tl ero Is not much going on In
New BICYOLfcS arrived for raclnr0alin TCnKllH , ,ca(nK (10 BorCR nt yachting circles nt present. Tho pearls
ind general uie, Pncej, 125 up tt ie .ireppnt m0 Tll8 team (s com- nnd wrens will compete in their sec
35, Without brakM. Repainnir arA , of on)y amatllr0 players of ond race for the Crozler Cup next
re-tiring done neatly. J h manv Kam boy8i Davld Sunday, over the harbor courte.
The soldiers out nt SchofleUl Bar
racks aro training for a track and
field meet which will he held at tho
I'ost on Wednesday Juno 28th.
NATIVE CHURCH TO
WAILUKU. . Kaiii,' June
The, Knul'ftiilanu native church W
Tho promoters of the Maul-Knual
oxcursinnlBtg will gfve a dance In
honor of tlio visitors at the Wo I Ink u
Armory noxt Monday evening, Juno
12th. As tho occasion Is also given
In honor of Knmehameha Day, a larpo
turn nut Is nntlclpnted.
CONSCIENCE FUND GROWS
WASHINGTON, May 20 President
Tuft to-day turned into the conscience
fno ICanhumanu natlvo church of. uy u resident of Oklahoma City, who
wautiKu win no leconsecrateu nexiv.mugKlci, from Mexco BOOdB subject
Sunday morning. June IStli. Tho 0 forty ,,er ,.ent du,y Now tllat ,
Christian Kndenvor Societies of Cen-'gJu )la(1 ueen Bom )ie wsllod t0
tral Maul. Including Pain, Kahulul,' Bcufevvvltli the Government. "I hope,
Wulkapti and Walhee will hold an ex- Mr iije,,,,.. tho ieUor concluded,
hlblllon In the chuich In tho after- ., WPV,10t Inconvenienced by the
noon Manager II U Penhallow has jcay" X
kindly consented to bring the people ' t
from Wnlheo nnd Walkapu in the' vf,Bki, Dulletla II per far.
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