11113 HAWAIIAN STAH, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, litOD
"For over 50 yeara I have always kept
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the hcmee. My
father often told ma that It saved my lifo
when I was very young."
of homos Aycr'a
is a household
u s o d
fi r s t
parents, then by tho parents, and
now by tbo children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in tho throat
or in tho bronchial tubes.
is tho standard remedy the world
over. It contains no narcotic or
poison. Accept no substitute.
Put up in large and email bottles.
Prtc.vH tiy IV. J. C. Ayor 4 C , 1 ' '' U. S. A.
A Real Protection for any
CONGO ROOFING Is a REAL
PROTECTION to any building.
Some rooflngs are nothing but
paper that -will take a layer ol
paint or coating.
in that case, the paint Is your
real roof, and when It wears off,
the roof Is ruined. Many so-called
"roofings" will dissolve In wa
ter If not protected by the paint
It's different with Congo.
177 S. King Street.
From San Francisco, The
Fastest transcontinental train.
Electric Lighted, Buffet, Li
brary and Drawing Room com
partment, observation car, with
diner. Telegraphic news post
ed on train.
when your typewriter falls to turn out
first class work.
Send to our store and let us give It
a general overhauling.
Our Repairing Department Is fully
equipped to do the work.
The work so done by us will pro
long the Ufa of your machine and en'
nble your stenographer to do
flore and Better
031 Fort Street.
of curios and novelties of all kinds
and from all parts of tho world. Havo
you seen them?
Fort Street above Orepuum Theatre,
strenuous effort is to be to place
the Outrigger Club on a satisfactory
It is understand thav. a request will
be made the Promotion Commltteo at
its meeting tomorrow afternoon to as'
slst the club financially, for, at least a
The club is rightly considered to be
one of best promotion assets that tho
city has and it is probable that tho
Promotion Committee will see its way
clear to extent the help desired.
The objects of the formers of tho
club were to provide a 1'lace where
the ancient Hawaiian sports ot surf
riding and native canoeing might bo
indulged in amid surroundings as
nearly resembling those of ancient
Hawaii as it is now possible to secure
Thanks to the generosity of several
members of the club who donated
glass houses and canoo3, also the
wherewithal to erect the necessary
buildings, the club has taken tangi
The expense has, however been con
siderable, and money is urgently re
quired to carry on the undertaking.
As tho Outrigger Club and its fac
ilities for seabathing and native water
sports, is available for tho entertain
ment of tourists visiting the islands,
it appears to be a natural carollary
to the work of the Promotion Commit
tee, and worthy of my consideration
and pecuniary assistance which the
committee may feel disposed to grant.
Charlie Reeves, while fishing by
torchlight off the Kalihl flats on Mon
day night, appeared a sixty-five pound
turtle which, after a hard struggle he
succeeded in bringing to shore.
Reeves came upon the turtle in shal
low water and after spearing it in
the flipper grapped It by a leg and
hauled it over a hundred yards or so
until dry ground was reached.
The same night Reeves speared two
flve-pound kumu. His catch was so
heavy that he had the greatest dlfll
culty in packing it home.
The list of talent engaged for the
Burns' anniversary smoker which
takes place on Saturday evening next
In Waverley Hall, Is being steadily
added to. The latest recruit to the vacal
portion of the program is Curzon Us
borne who will sing a song which will
display Jils fine voice to advantage.
The program Is not yet complete
but will be announced in a day or so.
S fflco ic to say .:hat the best amateur
entertainers In town will be on hand.
The speeches, always a notable fea
ture of the Bums' smokers, will this
year bo fully up to the high standara
established In past years.
As usual refreshments ot an appro
priate nature will be served and an
unlimited supply of smoking stuff will
be on hand.
Tickets of admission, price one dol
lar each, may be obtained from mem
bers of the Scottish Thistle Club.
Honolulu Is to havo a new entertain
ment enterprise. Howard Laws and
Harry Werner havo loasod a lot in the
e'enter of town which they intend to
uso as tho site of an open air theater.
A fifteen-foot fence will be placed
round the lot and the best Illumination
which can be obtained will bo in
stalled. This theatre should be very popu
lar, especially during the warmer
months1 for it will always be comfort
ably cool and never stuffy.
Messrs. Werner and Laws intend to
present moving pictures and vnude
vlllo, two acts a week being tho pro
jected program. Good talent from tho
Coast will he Imported all the time
and no pains will ho spared by tho
management to give Honolulans a
Building will commence on the first
of next month and the theatre will be
opened on or before March 1.
The cup racer Hawaii will bo brought
from Pearl Harbor In a day or so and
put on tho ways.
LEASE OF LIFE
Bowling at the Hotol Baths Is en
joying quite a boom nt present.
A team tournament starts on Feb
and the following entries havo so
far been received:
Rapid Transit Aze (Capt.)
Holy Rollers Young (Capt), Sch
midt, Robinson, Wilder, Winne.
Fort Shatter Simons (Capt).
Naval Station Brewster (Capt).
Married Men, First Team McGrew
(Capt), McGulre, Ferris, KInslea.
Married Men, Second Team-Water-jof
nouse iiapij. uoss, umnru, jjauum.
Third Team Bray,
Married Men, Fourth Team Nott
(Capt), Pringle, Castle, Kerr.
Entries are still open. There is no
entrance fee and it Is expected that
several more teams will come in be
fore the entrls close.
NEW YORK. January 7. What
proved to be a tempest In a teapot
in amateur athletic circles was stilled
tonight when the registration board
of the Amateur Athletic Union lifted
the ban of suspension for alleged pro
fessionalism which It placed ten days
ago upon six prominent athletes, four
of whom had won international
and Olympic honors. The men who
thus again are eligible to compete as
amateurs are: J. J. Lee of Boston, un
attached; F. G. Bellares, New York
Athletic Club, and Melvin W. Shep
pard, Charles J. Bacon, George V.
Bonhag and H. F. Porter, Irish-American
Co. F, 20th Infantry, challenge any
amateur baseball team to a game to
be played at any time on any of the
Kid Terry, the U. S. S. Irouois hurri
cane, stands ready and willing to box
any man in the Territory at from
122 to 125 pounds. First come first
Oil nt-lln T ninlinrf nlmllnnrrnn AwtVttit
McDufllo to a walking race over the.
..... . . . . '
wauciKi course for anything from 10
cents to two 15-gallon kegs of Primo.
RENO (Nev.), January 7. Accord
ing to a dispatch from Mazuma, a min
ing camp In the central part of the
State, the athletic club ot that place
met last night and decided to offer a
purse of ?100,000 for a fight between
"What's in a Name
ITS ON A
The best of all
rTTspoRTORin vnn umiiT
The following letter has been sent
to all tho members of the Hawaii
The annual meeting of the stock
holders ot tho Hawaii Yacht Club,
Limited, will be held at tho Commer
cial Club rooms on Wednesday even
ing, January 27, 1009, at 7:30 p. m.
the following subjects of Importance
to be considered:
The annual election of officers for
tho coming year,
A resolution reducing tho par value
rf m Hawa yocM
( L,mlted from 20 to ?25.
A resolution increasing tho capital
stock of the Hawaii Yacht Club, Lira
iled, from ?4000 to ?'0,000.
A resolution amending certain sec
tions of tho bylaws of the Hawaii
Yacht Club, Limited.
A statement of tho club's finances.
A disposition of the W. G. Irwin
A final decision regarding the own
ership and control of tho yacht Ha
waii, and nny other matters that may
como before tho meeting.
As no change whatever can be made
to the bylaws without a majority vote
of the stockholders, It is very import
ant that you attend.
CHAS. T. WILDER,
Secretary, II. Y. C, Ltd.
NEW YORK, January 8. Charles
Waldron, a theater owner of Boston,
was here today, prepared to book dates
for the coming exhibition tour of
James J. Jeffries and his sparring
partner, Al Kaufman. Waldron took
Jeffries on his first tour of this coun
try and has, been asked to act in tho
same capacity again by Billy Delaney,
from whom he received a letter a few
"Jeffries has agreed to go on a tour
with Kaufman and wants you to man
age them on the Eastern circuit,"
wrote Delaney, who predicted the "big
fellow" would be a great attraction.
Waldron says he may bring Jeffries
and Kaufman from California direct
und have the tour begin
An exciting game of baseball played
at Fort Shatter on Tuesday afternoon
resulted In Co. G defeating Co. H by
the score of 4 to 3
..J. to -
out 13 men for the winners.
Jeffries and Johnson, tho fight to take
place within the next six months at
that place, preferably on July 4th. Lo
cal sports are not inclined to take the
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only prevents
la grippe if taken in time, but is a re
markable cure for all the after-effects,
which usually follow the dfcrMum, caus
ed by tho nerve-wrecking abcs and
pains. Sold by druggists, who guaran-
tee to refund money for first bottle if
it gives no benefit.
There Is n possibility tnat tho mys
terious game of roque will bo intro
duced nt tho County Club.
Tho work of improving tho track at
tho Boys' Field Is going ahead rap
idly. If the S. S. Alameda boys don't get
a game ot Rugby when they next como
this way, they will turn their atten
tion to cricket. Tho steamer, will, it
la 'said, havo a strong team to play
the favorite English game.
21 Baseball, Chinese Sttudent's
Alliance vs C. A. C; Aala
22 Chinese Minor Baseball
23 Konohl Field Sports. Boy's
23 Chinese Alohas' dance.
27 Hawaii Yacht Club annual
meeting and banquet.
28 Chinese New Year field meet
at Boys' Field.
Jan. 30 Boxing, Smith vs. Rellly.
Feb. 1 Bowling tournnment stnrts,
Feb. 27 Y. M. C. A. track meet.
v r ttfst
ICE YACHTING 1.2 miles In
31 seconds (one mile 2G.8.J sec
onds, 140 miles per hour). Cia
rel, Capt. E. W. Price, Shrews
bury River, February, 1008.
AUTOMOBILE Nazarro, 120
miles per hour, Brooklands
track, England, June, 1908.
Straightaway mile in 28 1-5 sec
onds by Marriott, Ormoud, Fla.,
Jan. 25-, '90G. Fastest mile, on
circular track, Ralph de Palma,
61 seconds, St. Paul, Sept 6,
mile, 44 2-5 seconds, W. H.
Wray, Ormond, Fla., Jan. 27,
1907. Fastest mile in 1908, 53
seconds, Fred Huyck, Los An
geles, Nov. 30 (world's circular
HOMING PIGEONS Old ,
birds, best average speed per
minute (made In 100-mile race),
2,511.87 yards. Young birds,
best average speed per minute,
1,875.45 yards (in 200-mlle
BICYCLE One mile, profes
sional against time, motor, pac
ed, LOG 1-5, by "Bobby" Wal
thour, Boston, May 31, 1904.
Fastest mile, 1908, amateur
against time, unpaced, 1.55,
Perley- Giles, Saltalr, Utah, July
2S. One hour, professional,
paced, A. E. Wills, Munich,
Aug. 17, 1908, Gl miles 905
mile, 1.35 1-2 (against .time,
straight course), Salvator, 4,
'10 pounds, Monmouth Park,
Aug. 28, 1890. Fastest mile in
1908, Fern, 3, 80 pounds,
1.37 2-5, at Seattle, Aug. 15.
HARNESS HORSES Trot
ting, onq mile in 1.58 1-2
(against time), Lou Dillon,
Memphis, Oct. 24, 1905. Pac
ing, mile in 1.55 (against time),
Dan Patch, St. Paul, Sept. 8,
190G. Best marks of 1908
Pacer, Minor Heir, 2.00 1-2 (race
record), Lexington, Oct. G; trot
ter, Allen Winter, 2.0G 1-2.
SKATING One mile, 2.32, O.
Mathieson, Davos, Switzerland.
Computed on basis of 1,500 me
tres (1.G39.5 yards), in 2.20 4-5.
Best American mile record, 2.3G,
by J. Nellson, Feb. 2, 1905;
best in 1908, E. Lamy (Indoor),
ROLLER SKATING One
mile in 2.24 by William Robin
son, Chicago, Oct. G,, 1908.
MOTORBOATS One hour,
31.9 nautical, or 35.8 statute
miles, by Dixie H Homestead
Bay, L. I Aug. 4, 1908.
RUNNING One mile (ama
teur), 4.15 3-5, by T. P. Conueff,
Traver Island, Aug. 28,
1895; ,500 metres (1,039.5
yards) in 4.01 1-5, by J. P. Hal
stead, Olympic trials, Plilladel
phia, June G, 1908; Marathon,
25 miles, in 2.24.31, by Tom
Longboat nt Boston, 1907.
ROWING One mile (straight
away with tide), 4.45, by Georgo
Bubear, Thames River, London
April 23, 1894.
WALKING One mile (ama
teur), G.29 3-5, by F. P. Murray,
New York, Oct. 27, 1883.
SWIMMING One mile (ama
teur, In bath), 23.1G 4-5, by B.
Kieran, Australia. Open water,
24.33, by W. Battorbee, Eng
land. Women. 32.44, Miss A.
Kellerman, Australia. Best local
performance in 1908, O. M. Dan
iels, in bath, 120 yards in 1.10
(now world's record).
CANOE PADDLING Ono
milo In 9 minutes by Walton
Clark, Jr., Sugar Island, St.
Lawrence River, August, 1908.
IUU If Mil I
fou Want Your
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For the Day
Here an some of the features that go to make the evening papei
the predominating factor in an advertising campaign:
It is delivered at the home each night when the whole family hai
plenty of vime to read it,
It is carried home by &e business man when his day's worlT'K
done and it stays there. A morning paper is usually, carried dqwa
town by the head of the family and hurriedly read.
The evening paper is not read hurriedly, but thoroughly, so tfi
all the advertisementa receive their share of attention. ' "
It presents the store news a little afiead, giving the prospectW
purchaser time to plan a shopping tour for the next morning.
The evening paper presents the news the 'day it happens. Thf.
morning paper the day after.
The evening paper presents the news first. The morning paper,
mereljj elaborates it.
Tlie evening paper prints HayligKt news. The morning paper take
what is left ..... .
Honolulu more than any other
city in the World,.is a place where
the Evening Paper gets the news
first. The clock here is over two
hours behind the clock at San
Francisco, four hours behind
Chicago, five hours behind New
York and ten to eleven hours
behind the clocks in the Europe
This means that when The
Star is going to press The Day
Is Closed in Washington, Chi
cago, New York and Europe and
almost over in San Francisco,
The news of the day isihere for
Under modern conditions- it
takes practically no time to pre
.pare and transmit news and The.
Star gets every evening the
cable dispatches giving
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