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jrf.'; tt Rt-fwr(-" -V rtjif; jrwjwfiprT5 tf i .r 'j ) x - . EVENING DULI.ET1N.- HONOLULU,. T. H.. TIIUI18DAY, MAIL 2K, 1D09. 13 f'fejps'tfv rfF? The Royal Automobile Club Confers Distinguished Honors upon the Cadillac V- II m ,,i,TpAinr 1 The Cadillac Four-Cylinder, 30 H. P. Touring Car Price $1400, including Three ' Oil Lamps and Horn . An event of the most momentous importance, which occurred a few weeks ngo in London, En gland, vitally concerns every prospective automobilo buyer r in AniuricaJ" --' -- - --r, It was tho presentation of (he De war Trophy to tho CADIL LAC MOTOR CAR COM PANY of Detroit. The action of the lloyul Automo bile Club of England in awarding no great an honor to . an American manufacturer is , unprecedented. Tho Trophy and tho honor were fairly won in that now fa mous Maudardiration test of last mimmer at the llnxik lanrls track, London a tet unparalleled for severity, anl in which three CADILLAC cars niado such a glorious showing that the automobilo world of Europe and Ainer ica gasped in amazement. And this recent recognition, by the authority admitted to be the world's highest, merely bears out all vto have been paying alout the unpreceden ted standardization of CAD ILLAC ears. Standardization CADILLAC standardization means a car in which friction is re duced to the very minimum. " It means that the CADILLAC THIRTY motor delivers the full quota of its rutod horse power to the driving wheels It moans a 'long-lived car a car in which th'oro is complete 'harmony of action betwben tho parti. It means that friction is reduced to the point whero its power to di'htiov power is eliminat ed. Every turn of the wheels of an uiihtuudardized ear or a e.ir only partly standardized meant that friction is eat ing its slow but inevitable way into that car's vital parts engine and engine Itcar ings, gears, and all the other parts .that move. The Itoynl Automobilo Club prov ed by this hovore and heroic tct that tho CADILLAC is the most perfectly btaudard ied automobile in the world. Thii trophy means Mimcthiug. C .1 D I LLAC construction does not suffer by compari son with the moM renowned ears that 'Europe produces nor tho highest-priced cara made in America. Do juu begin to see what automo bile perfection you get when you Itocomo tho owner of tho CADILLAC THIRTY at 9M00? Cadillac Motor Car Company, . Detroit, Michigan The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., Agents SPORTS IN HAWAII (Continued from Page 12) midst, who aro endeavoring to get tlic game, started. Soccer, on the other hand, Is very popular and Is played at most ot tho school. Some Rood matches are played every season, and tho form shown by somo of the bojs Is good cnouRh for an) thing. Itowlne Mowing In well represented by two clubs, the Myrtles and the Hcnlauls. The annual regatta Is a flno event, and between times malchc are row ed against vlslllnp warships, llotli clubs possess fine premises, anil nre titled out In tho best up-to-Uiitc stjlc. Voting ladles of the city are also or ganlzcd la thu Ktinaluu Ilb.it Club und have a fine cliibhouiu in thu h.ubor Yachtinp; . , , Tno Hawaii lacni I'liin is a nour ishing organization, nnd has unite n fleet of bnnts, inlfgfrig from the beautiful "Hawaii," which rcpren freshnicnt stations, entered for the race. The finish was very exciting, but was somewhat marred In the '.lit Hint AS."! men. women, and children bags nip made at times and the trip crossed the winning line In a bunch fs nlvvnjs enjojed. n nppoarR Hint the course on the Aquatics I leeward side of the Island ran Swimming, cnnoclnc. and surf-1 through a falr-clzed native Ullage, board riding arc engaged In all tho(t)lc Inhabitants of which Jo)ously year round. At Walklkl lleach, tho i0np.t in the "pig hunt." as they world-renowned wnterlng place, ev ery day In the year may be seen num bers of bathers cnjojlng a quiet swim, or else rushing In on n surf board, balanced on tho crest ot a huge breaker. I'artles also spenii thought Sonic line scrapping was Indulged In for some hours after tho finish of the ".Marathon," and the Julge, an old copra trader, finally riivp up all hope of straightening out ll n tangle, ami, nftcr consuming two tod the group In the Trnns-Pncllle Marathon Races Yacht Ilacc, to the smallest kind nl ( Tnc Marathon rraie struck Hawaii dingy that can safely carry vail. Nil- monlh nr ro go. ami was MWfii mcrous excursions aro niado during ,, lU ,)Ilro wlu, the ltn that ehar the year, and cruises around the 1st-1 nctctl7cs cvcrjthlng llaunll.ni. A and of Oahu and lljlng trips to Iln-' rnro was at nine arranged for and wall nrc often made. I'carl Harbor ,iln 0iirse was the longest cer run hours In the outrigger (allocs, i i,,iiM nf imunrc-faic. nnuounced In which nrc caught up by a shore-go- (ilck 'voice: "lib dcclarlsh hlo Ing wave and fly nt express speed tfH Mr iirnwsli'" to the beach, only to be turned j Marathons me tabu on Ovnlan at around and urged once more out to ,,,., ,cllti Jllt the .adjacent Islands sea to repeat the performance. ' UC Imoinln?. Many Other Sports i l here nrc so many iniiuor spons, biith as basketball, etc., etc., that It would take a long magazine article to describe them all, but mention must lie made. of the latest addition to Hawaiian sports, Ir. : long-ills- Inure running. An oth i .Match At Alakiki Gi u uncls The rrlcl.ft iinitli to le tlijed on S.itnnlay next bdw mi the (HoiiolllI.l Unni nnd one fio:n the Dollmdiicii C.isTleT the llrltlth ship now in port, should bo a cry lutcpilin? Rime Tho tallont aro reiKirtcd to Imo mmiio over In connection with a Marathon "" " ' '- No less than thirty miles, up bill and h'"1 onu 0,,, ,,"ttl"' don n dale, had to be negotiated, anil All members of Hie Honolulu Club some fort-nve runners started. The "'" ' possibly manage It are re incc was run Tn four hours llftj niln- 'I'Hsted to turn up at the Mnklkl ules, and wouhl have been done In -rounds at 2 p. in. on Saturday Tin not Include tho downs of autos that , much less time only for an accident rn, "' l" ''' '"" "' im iirifi'(i iruin nnifiio; iin'sc iiirtsi-ui ! at " o'clock If It rains, as now seenin .iob.ible. ihc match will bo nb incline!. Cricket Is booming now-.i du j r., nl ihoiiKli romc of the old otcraus nre hopping out of the ginir. It. A. Jor- il fu ,... ttt lltr. 1-llnrl ,t. "fl. Ilnl" tlin a (. . ,a n.n .tn.'i.V.'. ' ......I... ... ........ .... anil iiirre uuiiuri:ii uuu uih'iw -it ards. Is a fnorlto rcndczoiis of the yacht club. Antomobiling AutomobtlCB blinply abound In Ha waii; Honolulu nlono litis hiiiio 300 machines on the register. This does aro brought down from tho mnin-.to tho winner. land by tourists nnd used during The first Marathon was hardl) flu- their stay In tho group The roads Islied when another was mooted. The tn Hawaii rye excellent for the sport, and whtthcr on Oahu or any nf the other Islands, supplies nf all kinds can be obtained to keep the "wagon" going. Mnny trips are made around Oahu and n miignlllienl next ono Is to be run on n circular track, and will be oer tho pioper I Mtirftllinn ,1lfnnrn twptlt .nl V ttllleit ' Tho Marathon rrnze hns spread all oM g imo Ho now Inlcnds to dovoto I l.ly fllttti fitltl (1lt.v tit lillU tlllil llMl tour It Is. The Iflnnd of Hawaii Is oer tl world, nnd oen In the scf.il tbo happy hunting giound ot the chlllzcil islamls of the western I'n autnmoblllng tourist, and tho trip to clllc. would-be Hayeses, Longboats, the Volcano from Hllo Is n flno one. nnd Hhruhhs nro now reported to be There nre numerous garages In Ho- seen Jogging around their rospoctlo nolulu and nil kinds of skilled re-, Islands. Yes, around, 'tis no slip of pair work Is done' at a moment's no-, tho pen; why. Ovalan, In the Kljt . " tlco. Motorcyclinp Atniorcycung nas niso cauglit on lo n great extent In Honolulu. Dally n large number of.. the powerful Ut ile machines may be seen flying along the streets.' lla'clng Is Indulg ed In out nt'tho Knplolanl I'nrk trapk, and although tho going Is not too good, and the course Is not hank ed at the corncrs,Wmo remarkable times have hern liut up by tho local riders. - -,- On tho big Island, motorcycles nro a I most 'as conimoif'ns ordinary blcy-' cles In Honolulu A great num I bcr of Japanese tradesmen use tho tittle machines, finding them very imncnlcnt for trnellng over the Island to their various Jobs. Il.iccs to the Volcuno from Hllo aro pulled off frequently. I Honc-IUcing j Horse-racing Is almost extinct on Oahu, although match races are sometimes run on the plantation I roads On Hawaii the game flnur Ifclics .and rare meetings nro held at least twice a yar, generally nt New Year's time nnd on the Fourth of July. The rates extend oer two! dojs as a rule, and large crowds at tend tho meetings. Horfcos from tho mainland arc Imported, and' the riv alry between the rl(lus st ibles is very Keen. The prlzo money Is erj liberal and the plantation sports are alwiij'a Midy lo back (hole f.inc., Maul alho has its rnie da)s that at ! tract liiti'r-lhl.ind coiniKtltlon. Bowline Howling hIIujk uro Mattered all 0)or the cltj, and there aro also mnny at the arlous military tumps Matches nru placd between the ci vilians nnd the Hildlcrs and home g6od sroies hate been made. Much interest Is shown in the tournaments by the spectators, nnd coma of tho finishes aro very exciting. Fistic lloxlng exhibitions aro very often given In the city, and homo skilled performers hau front' time, to tlmo been brought down from tho Const and pitted ngaliiBt local talent. Tho Orphciim Theater Is usually tho sceno of tho contests, which nro decided on n point basis Many lino matches have boon brought off in thn past, and the "noble iirt" Is in great fator in Honolulu. WrMtliwr Wrebtllng exhibitions, although not frequent, nro now and again given. Some ot the local talent Is first-class and a big crowd of enthu siasts generally attend tho shown. Tho wrestling mntrhes aro nearly nl- was brought off in conjunction with a boxing competition. Gun Club Tmp-BhnntlnR Is a favorite hport amongst the gunners. Tho Hawaii an flun Club Is a strong organiza tion, and has many members. They hnve regular meetings during tho )cni, nnd hap also an annual cham pionship shoot Clay pigeons am used, und some lemnikahlo iccords hae been put up by suine nt ti memheis of tho club. Now and again, a party of tho meinbeis mako a tilp lo I lie Island of .Mulol.nl. and put In a week or so at ili'iT-HtulMug uiiiUwIIiItkoiiI shouting. Homo i;ood group, on which l.evuKu, tnc ancient inpltal. Is situated, Is only twelve miles around, and lately a "Mara thon" Shades of (Ireece! , wns ids Mr .Ionian for nnnv jc.ir.i baa I ire u the mainstiit of crlckd in thesi Islands nud his Intel cut In the giuno lias onl been eiii.il!ed hv his ublllt) an a plavi-r Although no longer a voiiiiK man he Is ns good as most of Hip joimgi'i generation on the cricket Held. Witt nverago with tho bull last renson wns excellent nud his batting was first class ll Is a great pity to k'p such a flue old cricketer gle it, Hip gnmu when ho Is good for mail) run there Onco around tho Islnnd , more seasons. Tor many years tho was (onsidercd near enough to the proper Marathon distance, and the runners at the start numbered IlTJ nil tho Inhabitants of the wind ward side, excepting BOtno old retired tnnnlbals, who attended to the re- oteran was president of thn Honolulu club, nnd In every way his services will he missed. Bulletin Business Office Phone 250. Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185 Punahous And Prestidge's Pets Signs of thu coming hiscball smson ;' an- In oldi nee On Saturday neU thij first practice Rime will take place on the League grounds The I'unnhou leani will try conclusions with Pres tige's IVitIi's pin) em. The Runic will slnrt ni 3 o'clock nnd It should bo a good one, Hampton will pitch for tho Peerless bunch, nnd Castle will hand thorn out for the Punahous Tho latter team looks n very strong ono on paper and should make most of the teams in tho league, look to Ibelr laurels. Pros tldgp'ii pets piobiMj predict victory for their tinm. and it tu ly possibly turn out Hi it vmo At nn rate tho game should give eW'ivone u Hue mi how the bill plavcrg am going to Etnck up during the coming scarou. II Is good news lo the fain nnd all aie looking forward to the big gsnips Th" isll of the llcacti teini has rIm.ii most of lite plavers new Ideas of tho gimp, end conic n usHtlunnl stualn should bo wlinersed this vear. A big crowd will no doubt roll up nt the grounds on Satin lav. lor nlihou-Ii It, ! only to be a prii Hrc gillie It will be leiv like th real thing 'I lie lino up for both teams Is ns follows: Punahous Castle, p , McCorrlston, p , Mnrcnlllno. lb : Hoogs, 2h , Hen derson, .lb , J. Williams, ss . llruus, II.; Kh, rf : and Desha, rf League Grounds Hampton, p ; Whi ne, p.: Chi Hul. Hi ;. Aklnn. !ti ; II. ChillingvMirtli. li . Sing Cluing, as; It Clillllnvvortli. If. Prar.cr, cf.; Dodge, rf. It tt Sna n St Louis exchange "When llitik O'Da), umpire, went to thu then- ler iiiip evening recently and saw (hot .l.etcli Mike Uoiiliu nnd Mnle'l lllln, put on It Is said ho could hardly keep , !. k(iii immii nn niiiirii i m.i inn iifiiu I - '""-' vj . betwpi'ii Hip big fellow nnd his llttlo T lir. ,1. ., p..r..,,i ,.. t.i... rn..fi. . ,,-... ...,i. ..-.,,.., ... iiti. m, ( conies on hip siagp nnil lens uer tno f. .llilligi lie is rupposrd to have slid to limps during Hip gimp of ball It wait funny to per imp ,u the luniso ox cept Hank. Ho ihoiiKht It was n lltllo too rtrong. hut as ho was not tho presiding Judge nt Hip theater ho had to rlt and be unlet." I u st :: . Abbatlccohto mourns Hip receipt ofJ n contract which cuts u prodlglniKlj poilton off his former salary. YrAbbv" sajs ho wfll ix'tlro to a monastery an ' become an nhbot before he submits t such whllo shivery ns that ono I). 4 , Drejfus would Inflict upon him. , " i 1 i 5 'VSsHHSskT NssssssssssEsssKa Investigate the WHITh STAMF.R for yourself. Don't take the word of a friend who has never ridden in one. A few things we do not NOT have in a WHITE STEAil CAR: NOISI: BATTERIES VIBRATION MAGNETO GEARS ELECTRICAL CRIUIT CARBURETOR CRANK COIL SPARK PLUGS v TRANSMISSION ' Some things we DO have: GREAT POWER RELIABILITY FLEXIBILITY COMFORT SPEED DURABILITY GREAT TIRE MILEAGE BALL MAIN BEARINGS SIMPLE OPERATION PERFECT CONTROL THE WHITE COMPANY The von HAMM-YOUNG CO., Ltd. Agents I n -( ..