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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, DEC. 7, 1911.
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Sergeant Barry Having Trou
bles of His Own in Getting
Cruiser Teams Matched
Sirgcnht Hurry, Die peerlesx lender
of Harry's llcuutx, lx iinvlnic trouble
of Ms own In tunning off the big Meet
baseball tournament Hint lie la lililll
nglng, All tho teams lire willing nil (I
anxious to play tln-ru lx no trouble on
Hint xrore hut It'x nil even bet Hint
after Hurry linx burned up iilxiut i
quint of midnight oil working nut a
new schedule, somu Inconsiderate
cruiser xklppcr will linul up hi mud
hook unci put tu Ken. Then. Harry linx
In xlt down nnd llgure It out nil over
n gu I n
Yesterday the Colorado nml West
Vlrglnln teams were lillleil tn piny h
game. It was looked forward tn ax
the classiest match tu dnte, htit the
West Virginia ir6vd wax iletained hy
duty, and didn't put In un appenrnnee,
so the game dwindled duun to a five
Inning practise affair lietween the Col
orado unci a scratch team from the
California, Mctury going to tin) latter
by n score of to 1.
llere'x Hurry'x latext schedule, d.itex
of play only being announced Pair
ings will he Hindu Inter on:
Sunday, Deo. 10 Nuvnjn, California,,
West Virginia, Fifth Cnalry, Mary
Wednexday, Dec. 13 Navajo, Call-'
fornla, Itarylnnd, Hoiith Dakota f
Saturday, Dee 16 California, Mary
land. Colorado, I
Sunday, Dec. I" West Vlrglnln.J
Maryland. Colorado, Portuguese, llar
ry'x llcnutx. I
Wednesday, Dec. 20 Nil vu Jo, Cull-
fornla, Colorado, South D.ikotu. J
Saturday, Dec. 23 NnvnJir, Callfor- J
nln, .South Dakota, Aleu, Wnlalua, Chi
Sunday, Dec. 24 West Virginia,
Fifth Cavalry, Colorado, Harry llcnuts.
TO PLAY LOCALS
There, nre aome pretty classy golf,
erx In, tlm wurdroomx nnd steerage of
tlie Pacific fleet, and a plan In., now un
der "?.Vy 'to bring the six beat club
Xwlhg'crx of tho cruisers ifgulnst a six
man tenin from the Country Club for
u ttiain mutch and Kelieral Rolling good
I.leuteiiant-Commniiilei Douglas, cx
ecutlve otllcer of the California, has
undertaken the Job of rounding up the
nny tuain. DmiKhib himself lx an en
thuxlnxtlu Rulfer, who hux pluycd the
Kama for many yeurx nnd who plays
It consistently, considering the lack of
opportunities for pructlso which hnnd
Icaiix sailor golfcrx.
I'robubly the best pluyer In the fleet
Is Mldxhlpmuii T A. Parker of the
Maryland. He has played several
rounds on the Country Culb course In
Impressive stvle. reellmr on ,i lmizev
,4 he Hccon'd tlTfio round. ' Parkcf
leorneil Ids Rolf on the Olen View
course,' Chicago',' nhd 'Has played "Willi
"Chick" I-Jvnns nnd .lithee stars. ' He
(till undoubtedly play No. I 'on' the.
fleet tcnub' so tie match will not- tnke
place unlit the Maryland Rein back
from Hlloj . ,, , ,,, ,
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DKCnMUKll 9, AT 8 OCIXJCK
A Rattling Centatt of 12 Rounds by
Of Honolulu and
George "Slim" Gilmore
SOLDIER WOODARD, tha Prida
of Fort Shafter, and 8AILOR
CLARKE, lh Navajo Wondar.
t 4 HOUNDS
WRIGHT of Camp Vary and
PRINCE of Fort 8haft.r!
4 HOUNDS 12! POUNDS
1MU88Y BLANCH vs. HARRY
12 Rinatlde, cttlO.Orchattra, $1 Bal
cony, Qanaral admlnlon, 75 ctnt.
TICKETS on salo ut TJiRlllTUIIIAL
1 39 Merchant Street
MRS. GILL REACHES
FINALS IN COUNTRY
,CLUB GOLF EVENT
Flay For Trophy Presented By
Miss Xenney Has Proved
Close and Interesting,
Tho women's golf tournament at the
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tn.kl.i, fl lilt. mttrl lino t.itjfcM It.
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time down to the final round, , nti'cl, hit the ground, then caromed on one their two-ln-three series next Katur
within a few days the ownership1 of of the Dartmouth phiyerx, over nnd jay morning. Hellnnco hae one gome
the handsome cup pud up hy Ms between the uprlghtx for n field goal, 'to their credit nnd xhould the tublex
Wlineitninu xenney win wueciuen.
Yesterday, morning Mrs. Tom Olli
earned her right to'play Iri the flhJa
by defenllng Mrs.' Walter .Dillingham
4 up and 2'two play. Mrs. DlUlije-
ham wax rated at serutrh, uiut had to
allow Mrx. QUI 7 Biropen. f
In the second rotimi matches iilayed,
Mr.. C. M, Cooke benl Mrs .Sutton' 1
tii, nnd Miss Cooke bent' .MWs Ptl-,tlon
lips 3 ond 2. Mrs. Cooke and Msx
Cooke will play off IriV few days, and
the winner will meet Mrx. Olll fu'r flnnt
n n tt
,S. .$. .i ij. .$ If. -i, J .. A $ t,
FOOTBALL 30 MILES
Wlnnlng'a wuger of ijiOO hy
kicking a footlialf thirty miles
within twenty-rour hours. Dan
iel .Sargent, one of the editors
of the Harvard 'UnljtrMty
Crimson, has Vindicated his
contention that the best plg-.
skin hooters nre not to lie round s
on the "varsity eleven" unit that t
the kicking branch of the col
lege sport Is In n decadent state
Sargent's editorial to thlx ef
fect was ridiculed by a number
of fellow members of the Sphinx
Club nnd resulted In the wager
The Journalist-athlete wax ac
companied from Cambridge to
Ipswich by Keverul automobile
loadx of xttidcntH who witness
ed his remarkable achievement
of kicking the bnll oxer the en
tire distance with scarcely uny
GILMORE AND H0A0
BOTH OUT TO WIN
Qeorge Qllmore Isn't taklnt; any
iliaiiiex of being out of londltlun wlien thuslastx here wio cure to look xn far ge'stlng ceri'ulii lines of action that
he meets Jim Houo 4u tlie squared Into Uio future they uincn a chiinco may make the la'mrers better H'tlr
clrcle Huturduy nbjiU. the HaaKruii- to enter Oie. tilggest. event of-th'e bowii vr"niiil lietter wnrki. lie saVH In
cisco xcrupper has large - Ideas, unci
certainly If ambition lends wings to
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., .umi.u ... ..vi.m ui.u MMvn bui... "if
thinks It's lu hi in tu .be middleweight
champion, and he sayx that the best
way to reach his goal lx to win every,
light he goes Into. Solid sense, but,
uv It happens, Jim Hoao hax some
thing of tho same Idea, although he
doesn't sec uny pictures of himself
girdled with the middleweight hell.
So this coincidence of Ideas, rather
than the triidltlonul difference of opin
ion. Is likely lu make Saturday"nlglit's
affair a reg'hir scrap.
(Illmore works out r with Jackla
Clark of the Navujo every duy be
tween 1 nnd 2, and likes the fans to
como round and size him up.
ANOTHER IMMIGRATION, L ,
POINT IS RAlSEd
Once more a point has been raise,!1
In connection with the Immigration, of
aliens, Into the Territory, Yesterday
Judgf -Dole Issued u writ of habeas
curpiixjon the petition, of Chin ,YUn
ilia, ut)wiiinuman, wiioa,et wiiif.. unong
Slioe, 'w-ltli their twb-year-ptd (jaby,
la held hy the linmlgra't (jn . offlclitls.
The polntx coming up, are , that the
husband lx a llonolulu-bofh. Chinese,
and the ground of exclusion Is (hut tils
wj-e 'i.auirering irom iracnoma,. j
The, petition states thq fli'y. wtr?
married. In Canton Iri June. 1910, 'and
that subsequently Hie; husband' Return
ed 'lo Honolulu, leaving, his wfi tn
follow? She arrived l-erwfjrlday last,
but was refused adm)tt-jnce, Chin
stntex that It lx the 'Intention of the
ofllclalx to deport ier to China, nnd
clulinx that ax n cltlien lie has si right
to bring her In, "
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
' 'Dtoambar IfJ, 1911. - ,
.16 MILES SSS'TAnDS
All the CraoW-a-Jack 8printar(t
SOLDIER KINO, JIMMY FITZOER.
ALD, ANTONE KAOO, C. K. CHAR
LIE, FRANK SCHARBH. FRANK
BARBOZA (Filipino), F. J. WOOD
ARD (U. 8. 8. Colorado)
Qrundstand ,.,. 7S Cents
Wlngx of Orandstund It Cents'
Section D ,...25 Cents
General Admission 25 Cents
Children 10 Cents
- RACE BEGINS (AT 130-P. M.
Dewltt'H freakjsh drop kick, which
gave Princeton an undeserved victory,
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scoring mree poims. -jne some sortoc
n kick In 1906 gave Nebraska the Mis-
( courl Valley chaulplonKlilp, ns the kick
defeated Atnex In n decisive game.
, In that gome McDonald of Nebraska
.attempted n field goal from mid Held.
T.he ball lilt the ground In front of the
uprignix unci ununited over.
An Interesting fact In this cnnnrc -
li that Identically the same play
wax ciocicim in opposite ways In two
big games on the same doy. W. B.
iJingford, who refereed the Princeton:-
, ... ,.,..u.ii kiiiiip, ruien inni iTinceion the Kellnnce crowd The next gumo
had a right to the score on a goal from should bo equally ns cloe.
the Held on a bull which Dew III kicked. Saturday evening the Whites, win-
i, M. J. Thompson of St Mary's Col- ners of the color series, will hold n
j, lege, who rerereed the game between big Jubilation to crlihrate their sue-
,,, Rxeter nnd Andover academies, ruled ce.n.
, Just the opposite when the hall which First team roeccr practise starts
Italian of) Andover ilrop-klrked, hit next week In preparation lor the bl
ithe ground .after Just clearing the rush terscholastlc serlet with McKlnley
A, )ln, nnd then bounded over the bar. nigh nnd St Loul.
.cj, Thompson ruled It wax n tourhliack 1 tt tt t
2 According to figures collected bv WILL TEACH CHILDREN
"". "avt. of ITInceton.there are
1tlstndentx eligible for varsity teams
"' yaW tM fnl1' while Harvard has
iiii'ii. rrincHiin 900 and Dartmouth
S10 This particular "Hlg Kour" not-
urnlly nrr.incex Itself Into two groups,
In nctual university registration liar-
nrd far surpasses Vale. Princeton nnd
Dartmouth, and no doubt she always
will, but, as Vale dw't not require mi
t, ncniieintc degree for admission to pro-
fesstnunl schools. Ynle will raniin,,.. ..
have the larger nuinher of men ell-
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, glide for athletics.
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It'x n long tlnie. between 'now ami
1910. hut If thcA jire any bowling eu-
jlng world by traveling nu further (lhiiii
the exposition city ,
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Pacific Kxpoxllloh. huve launched a
vumpalgn lo bring both tlii
Howling Congrcsx unci the
Howling Congress to 8.11 Francisco In
1915. The Weittrn Congress will be
held In I.ox Angeles lu February' and
big delegation or Han Francisco
bowlcrx will so south to press their
request for the 191f competitions. Hall
Francisco bowlers believe that If they
succeed In. landing tliu Western Con
gress they will iiIho get the American
Congress, w'hlcH Is tin) blue ribbon
event of the bowling torld, ,f
If Honolulu rollers become proficient
enough between now and then toseud
a team across. It would be a big bookt
WINDS UP ROUTINE,
Yesterday afternoon's session of the
planters' association was taken u:i
with hearing the last of tho printed
committee reports and with a trip to
Cation. Nell! Co.'a for a look at the
Wilson & Webster cane-loader which
It recommended by the committee 01)
labor saving devices,' This report,
which has already been reviewed' by
the Bulletin, was presented yester
day afternoon by Chairman A. hart
ley, and was listened to with much
John T. Molr, chairman of the com
mittee on warehouses for and storage
of raw sugar, presented his report,
going Into technical matters of sugar
ptorage and reading letters from vari
ous experienced sugar men lending
toward the bellef.that'Btorage should
be as nearly airtight us possible to
keep out moisture. v '
Following the annual synopsis of
mill data for 1911 wan given by Noe)
reerr, of the planters' experiment sta
tion. ' ", x .1
The visit lo tha patent cane-loader
was taken by niout of the plantation
men attending the meeting, particu
larly those outsM.o of Honolulu,'
The session yesterday ''afternoon
wound up the routine matters'. 4
A feature of the. meeting Is an open;
letter vent to the association by 8,
Sheba, editor of the Hawaii Shlnpo,
QO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
TRAINER FOR A GOOD
Bath and Massage
176 King Btra.t Phon. 2417
RELIANCE AND BOYS
OF ELEVEN TEAMS OF
KAM TO MEET AGAIN
Second Game of Two-in-Three
Series Scheduled For
The Rellanco and Hoyi of Kleven
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rootball learns m -vuineniinienii
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,e turned on them this week tho de
elding contest will bo pulled oft De
cember 19, Founder's Day.
There Is n lot of Interest In straight
'rootball at Kumehuineha Just now, nnd
Miccer linn "taken a back seat for tho
time being. In fact, with the color
series completed, thero Is little else go-
'lng on In the nthletlc line, and both
players and non-combatntitx eat, sleep
and talk football. The first game wnx
plnyed early Thanksgiving morning,
resulting In a cloe 2 to 0 victory for
J AVUIU UlSbAbb
Ttt() illustrated lecture screens, one
on tiiherculoslx nnd the other on the
care of the teeth, hoe been prepared
,y deorge It Carter, iliutrninii of thx
cltltcns' Kinltntlon committee, for use
In the schools of the Territory
The -creeiis are arranged on the
same plan ns Unite used In the main-
land schools. Diery other square con
inlns nn eiilnrued iihotocrnoli showing
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the means used to cure tuberculosis,,
the means of trniisiulsliui mid the
other related matters The dentnl
I screen shows what will Irippen to tlm
teeth If they are not cared fo nnd al'O
. how to care for them. In the center
'n- big tooth brush and powder are
placed, with the legend, "Did oii use
thee this morning?"
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v AMinnsiue rn.-u u ..iv r.i.,, .
.1 nrlntod in big black type n short ex-
tilnnatlnii of each of the pictures.
Mating the labor Iciullllons with the
ananese are generally good and siik-
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"The apanese arc. generally sieak-
Ing. well contented today, and It can
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.run ue Qciionea inni mis is owing
,0 tne'lniproed' conditions and the
l-ctter treatment they are receiving in
plantations and elsewhere. It may be
time for ug to 'abut up In incaBitrelcss
content,' and. I do not propose to
throw the bomb of 'higher wages'
among the nappy planters, even in
"What I now would Btigi'cst Is an
other step towards Improvement )(
conditions and encouragement of la
bor, which. In my opinion, will work
wonders In plantation results and will
be thoroughly appreciated by 'the man
vlth the hoe,' annd a thing genial men
should 'not refuso when they them
selves are making merry over their
own good luck.
"The planters have adopted a bonus
system which la working admirably.
Any apanese laborer who works more
than two-thirds of his working days
In a month Is entitled to this bonus.
The system encourages diligence and
discourages bal habits, to the advan
tage of both employers and laboring
men. Now, why cou'd not a similar
encouragement bne devised for the
ma who has stood and will stanl at
hlg post a greater part of his useful
life? 'Pur Instance, If a laborer who
worked steadily and faithfully In unci
piece for ,seon or eight cars, or
longer, could get a letter of recogni
tion with accompanying presents, bu
bus, or paid up Insurance policy, or
oven a peslon In somo exceptional i
cases, t would surprise the planters
tor the good results It would bring.
DECEMBER 7 AND 0
Glvsn by tha Members of tha
HEALANI BOAT CLUB
For the purpose of raising
funds for bringing Coast
Ilowing Crow fur next
Regatta Da'y ....
EXCELLENT LOCAL AND PROFES-
llnUil Til CUr 1AJII I aetilfi-o iti
7 7 PRESENTATION , ,
SONNY CUNHA - - Director
Hox oltlce In HONOLULU MUSIC
CO, King street, near Fort. Now open.
r)olh.ill experts at the cillego
clubs of New York, their number In-
r,idlnir anterql of tlm iiltlrlnt
"-luuniK neural ill uio oiiiciai
lnnkers, ore pretty well iigreed that
Miino radical changes In tho rulea
will to necessary before next season.
The chief clamor for reform Is n de
mand for plays which wilt allow
nioru scoring. Possibly this jellef
will ho found by returning to a five
yard gain fur tho first down liisldo
of the Iwcnty-fho nrd lino, by In
creasing the tminher of downs al
lowed to gain ten yards to four, or
by allowing the first down after a
pecn Instead of a ten nrd gain.
Hccent games at Camhrldgu and.
Philadelphia show the Inefllclency of.
tho new rules The Army-Navy
game showed little football except
tricking. Dallon's toe carried tho
ilny. Yale and llartard dabbled with
nil tho wrinkles of the new game,
l.ut had to resort tn kicking. This
constant -muting; becomes cry mo
notonous to the spectators. It has
entirely chanted t!ie complexion of
American football. The punt wai
rirlginally put Into tlm game not' aj a
feature pl.ty, but as a last reao.-t
when the ball could m carried no
farther by t'he ltus. Under Die
present rule- tin? lilck Is the main
thing and Hip gimo horoines u kick
ing contest between two men, with
ho chance of i.lcklnc in. a fumblo
the chief reliance for touchdowns.
Touchdowns It o iMilntd out, are
more Blalsfactriry than field goals:
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mtorx wtuld tather spo
resent more f Jolliall cklll. more team
skill anil mori actiul football ability.
What is wanted and what all tho col
leges' will demand of llxu rule makers
this winter Is a gimp which will not
further Increase the risk of Injuries
but which will beset some jlegree of
finality in advancing the hall.
The dress rehearsal or the minstrels
was carried out to perfection at ll.e
Opera House lust night. The llrst reg
ular performance will be given to
night beglnnjug nt uarter past eight,
arid It lx expected tlm house will bo
filled to capacity.
The olio, lu Which will be aembnlln
Atlilils. singing and dancing and n.
playlet, by professionals. Is well worth
the iirlK' of admission. The popular
trio, Jllsa Dunn, Miss Matthews and
Mr.. McKIm, nro sure to get uppluusu
for their presentation or tliu little
comedy, "Auntie." II Is u cleer
sketch well ni-ted. The llrst Dirt.
which lx to lie 11 genuine minstrel
front, with songx. smart choruses and
stories, mo:ct of which uro tilled with
local color, will tnku well with the
audience because tturo is plenty to
The money secured by the club from
this performance will be denoted to
bringing 11 rowing crew froirt the Coast
next year, and It lx the first of a se
rlex of entertainments for the purpose.
The result of n visit from rowers who
ore up In the nrt of skimming along
the water Is sure to be beneficial o
ull rowing organizations here, whether
iney contribute toward the rund or
not It Is cxH.-cted that the perform
ance will be patronized by all loiers,
of sport If It Is, the result In a tl-
tinnchil wny will be entirely satisfac
tory. Tickets nre lo be hail at th
Honolulu Music Store, King street,
This oenltig at seven-thirty, at the
Honolulu Seaside Hotel, the bsnd will
render the following program:
March Bersagllerl EllcnberR
Overture RosaVnunde Schubert
(.horus Lohengrin Wagner
Selection Thii' Lomhardlans .t. Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. Ar by Dergor
Selection Hose of Bhlras..EIcnberK
Oavottne Rhine Sounds ...... Latan
Finale Maunawlll and Moanalua,.
The Star Spangled Banner.
Tho heavy sales of Hllo railroad
llrst mortgngo six per cent bonds, a
notlceablu feature of the market some
weekH ngo and then commented upon,
are xtntod tJ havo reached n tnint ni
1760.000. They have boon handled by
I ,no Watorhouse Trust Company and
Hulstead & Co., and nro to complete
line niiBncing of tho road to Paaullo.
I The syndlcato Is completing one of
(the most Important bond deals In a
Mill CAUSE HEAIACHE
LAXATIVE BROMO-QUININB, ra.
moves the cause. Used the world ovrt
,0 cure a cold in ono day. E. W.
GROVJi'S signature on each box. Mad
MARIS MEDICINE CO. Sjtnt Louie. V. S.JV
dill I Will 1 1 HI
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is "llll'""lltM'll'rc"'ii Vnii'WlhsleM '"x&tiK