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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II., THt'SliOAY, OCT. 27, 1910.
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An invoice of over $400 worth of thee fine Machin
ills' and Enginccm' Tols lins just been opened up.
Stnrrelu nre the best Uols tr.r.de, mid they go to you
at en ftlogue prices just what you would have to pay if
you sent to factory direct.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.,
Jr "' W -r- "Hi W tfV- '&
J. A. GILMAN, .
Shipping and Commission
Arthur So wall fe Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
BadgerV Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuman Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS '
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
Wt ieliver to U puts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WT GUARANTEE OUR GOODS J
THE LUNCH AND BEER J
;R0SA J CO.
Beers; Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OF
ROSA & CO.,
Alakca and Queen Streets
0f a Complete Line of
Square Deal Hose
In Black, Tan, Grey and Navy
HAS JUST BEEN RECEIVED
Price $1.50 and $2 Per Box of Six Pairs
YEE CHAN & CO.,
BETHEL AND KING STREETS
In late and artistic designs, hand-toned and carved, for the
pjft I i -1
autumn demand, have just be:n reca'ved.
AvW-.a .nrl fTnsi.ft.a STirfcW
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
WHEN YOU DRINK
vou want to drink the best, such as
CRESTA BLANCA add INGLENOOK
WINES. KING WILLIAM SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMPAGNE,
which we carry. v
We also" carry a fulj line of other
Wines and Liquors, and deliver' to
any part of the city.
MACFARLANE & CO.,
KAOO RUNNING WELL "UNDER
WRAPS" AND PLEASES TOUTS
OLD WAIALUA HORSE DOES NO -SPECTACULAR WORK
BUT COVERS MILES AT STEADY, ..EVEN PACE KING
WILL HAVE TO BE SPEEDY MAN TO BEAT ANTONE.
lionets m wager minions amounts
en K.101) .iro nil)' cilTcrlnn, there lira
inunv lonulitlii people who consider !
thut the ulil Wnlaliia Iloiso has a
Kie.it show against Soldier KIliK. Tho
Hnunll.iin will he with Kaon to a
man, and they will not listen to any
suggestion that he might ho defeated.
1 iiu oiu ntiwuuan cnanipiun is ""'.nnwrnn Ann -tai imin
Ing trained by the only lllll nice,
and the speedy Bchoolboy ped knows'
11 nun); ur inn mijoiu mu Kaine. iaoii'
has been doing gie.it work over ten
mil lirtecu miles, nnd a though ho
1b not speeding up to any great ex
tent, ho Is putting In solid licks that
show that he Is In good condition.
Kaoo kieps up Ills regular stile
of Miy running, and docs mile aftor
mile at tho same easy pace that ho
used to Bhnw when racing against
tho cracks last jear. It Is sure that
the old fellow ran Increase his paro
If he wants to. and then King will
be up nga'lnst both a stajer and a
sprinter. . ' I
At the Ilojs' Held, Kaoo lias dono
some line runs lately, and Slmerson,
Hlce & Co. are very well satisfied
with the showing made by tho old
fellow. Although not so spcctncular
US King. Knno Uocb somo excellent
running, and the ra e on Sunday
next Is not going to bo such a run-
away affair as some overconfident
peoplo seem to Imagine It will he. i
Kaoo a Stayer.
ine iocui niniier is auio ic stay
for n week, and as he Is determined
to stick close to King right through
the ratt, till It is time to ipriut
nwny for tho tape, It only remains
to remark that If Kaoo Is nlongslde
m,ifg anywhere near tho finish, there
will he but one cud to It, and thnt
will be Kaoo first nnd King second.
Hut the question Is Can the old
man keep up with King ovor a fust-
run ten miles? It will bo ut the
tcn-mtlo post that the spectators will
be able to see how the chances are.
If King has gained a lap by that
time, there Is no hopo, barring acci
dents, of Knoo winning. If Knoo
can. banc on for the distance, there
Is no telling how the Inst five miles
will bo run, and, as stated before. If
the men arc toegther a lap or to
front the Ilnlsjj, Iaoo wllj win for
n certainty. ,
All Hawaii Is Interested In the
coming race, and there should bo n
great crowd prciieht' when the men
ale si'nt off on thlr long Journey.
Tim nriiiv will tin rnnrokenteil In
rorfce anif li)aii- liundiods of snldlors
i i .. 'n 'm. ..... tn
will come In from, all the forts to
see King run.
Track Beine Preuarcd.
The Athletic raiK ttacK is neing
measured, and stakes to hold the
ropes put In position. Tho rough
pluces are being leveled off and the
soft spots filled In with e.uth. The
scoring arrangements will be good,
nnd the oftklals who have charge of
the race will see to It that every
thing Is carried out successfully.
The nriangeinent as to seats Is be
ing thought out, and as tho soldiers
are jelHng out for tlm host that ran
be obtained, and claim that they
don't want any two bit bonch, the
probabilities aie that tho whole of
one, side of the ground will bo ro
served ifor them. This Is not ilf n
nltelyjM.tyleiT'ji, but tod and to
morrowViho s"hemo, illy be" worked
out. ,' .
Thnt ovprjthlnjj wjltijjo Qj K. ii
certain. xq;ilytfrib'tulnf;'tnn rj1q(i
the affair, and,tiut Is'u h'eavy fall of
rain The Athlfltlc 'juU Is more or
less df irWIinihlps,iord after a de
cent fall of ralrilinii' for di aft
erwards It icmatn8 in a mudd" con
dition. Track Is 0. K.
Ilovvevor, ut pretent tho track is
all right, and a course sulllrleiitly
wide has been fixed up right iiinuud
the ground. It will take six laps to
equal a mile, and consequently the
runners will have to do ninety laps
In order to cover tho fifteen miles.
There la no doubt that both the men
will ho able to do the full dlEtnmo
without stopping for any nib down
or any other kind of help
On Sunday night King will run nt
the skating rink, nnd he will tackle
Jackson and nnother runner over five
miles. This event will tomo off no
matter how tlio flftccn-niUo rare lu
tha,nftoriioon ends. King Is nothing
lr "ot a worker, anil ho
roinethlng nil tho time.
have to return to the malntniul hp-1
fore Ions, but will return caily next
ear, anil then will he ready to tarklo,
nilVlin.1l' mfip tlm r.1l 1Iiih.II tl-
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DUALnd ArtC IMLMINU
AGAIN OF BOUTS
Rcilly May Get Match
Thoro Is a chance of Charllo Hell!"
ami Dan Sullivan meeting In the,
squared clr'Io In the near future. A
well-known man Is thinking of
bringing off a boxing show, nnd he'
Is looking around for a locatlor Ono
placo has been spoken of, hut It is
not certain If the hall can bo se
cured for boxing purposes.
Of course, should I.'ddlo Madison
blow In on the Sierra or Mongolia,
he will hftvo llrat cut at Itollly. Mad
lean waited for Itellly or Dick Cullon
for a long time, and It wns hard
luck that ho Just mined Chaillo, who
arrived the dnv after the nthnr limn
iu left for the Coast,
nPii. 5 wllllnir ennimh to lmvo
c nt anv of tho i,,.,..,,, ,.... ,..
fools that Madison is the niah who
should get the first say. If Madison
, eg not return soon
then the Sul-i
iivan-ueiiiy nout may no arranged.
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M COMING EVENT8. M
U Secretaries and managers of l:
It nthletlc clubs nro Invited to send ti
U In the dates of any events which IS
ti they may bo getting up, for In it
tt sertlon under the above head, tt
it Address all communications to it
it the Sporting Editor, Bulletin, tt
20 AsahlB vs. C. A. Cs.
.10. I'ntamn vs. Mu Hocks.
30. Country Club.
30. Hcnlant Club Itnco.
Oci.t 29. Season Opens,
Oct 30. KnOO VS. Klllg.
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Tlio Originator of Rag Time
RAG PIANO ACT
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The wonderful old llaviallau rimmr,
Mini has nun. M'lrrul .Marathon
ran' nnd vvhii will, mi biiinl.i) next,
race Soldier hlug mer u llfleeii
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1910
15 Mile Running
CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII
ADMISSION 75c, 50c and 25o
SHELL RACE WILL
RE ON SATURDAY
Great Interest In Event Shown.
Pair-Oar Men Did Fine
Stunt Yesterday Skipper,
and Bosun at Their Bost.
flowing Is nil the rage nowadajs,
and overy nftcruoon a hunch of oars
men go down to the Healaui boat.!
club and do some strenuous stunts
on tho water and also, sometimes. In
It. Humors h.ivn reached Honolulu
thnt Dick Artist nnd Hlchnrd Harry,
'tho pair who lately contested for the
world's sculling championship, will
he passing through soon, on their
way to Australia. The Healanls aro
nlwas up to date, and as soon as
the news wns heard, two prominent
oarsmen were selected and ordered
to get Into training nt once. Skip
per lllll Kiii8lca and lloaun Johnson
nro the men who will go up against
tho champion's, It they happen to
touch nt Honolulu. ,
The pair wore out hist night, nnd
the form they showed was something
to ho remembered for all time. Tho
Bomiii stroked, nnd tho Skipper got
as much of himself ns he could into
the boat. Then a fast spurt was in
dulged In, nnd, nrrnrdlng to licit
I.lghtfoot, the pair struck up n 12
ttloke gnlt, that made It seem ns if
tho boat were nrtuhlly moving Old
wni horse Mnno nearly fell deal
when ho saw the performance, and
it was Borne time till he could ho
brought around. He went off in an
other faint when ho heard the names
of the oarsmen. At latest Ma no
wns reported to be doing ns well ns
could bo expected, considering tho
frightful shock to tho nerves he got
whon he snvv the pair ho thought
wero safejy doing Bhadow sparring
nrts In tho clubhouse, out on the
Other members of the Healanls aro
figuring on what they should do In
rase any more ot the oldtlmers should
get Into harness ngaln. The boat
club should he crowded this after
noon, nnd It Is expected that the
champions will have a hundred nrd
The shell race that was s:reduled
for Sunday next will ho rowed on
Saturday Instead, and the Bame three
crews thnt competed last Sunday will
tako part In It. The "Long Ones"
nre expected to win ngaln, hut Uio
race should be closer than bcfoio,
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Thero will be a meeting of the Hn-
wnllan Association roothall League
this evening nt tho Thistle Club,
Young Hotel, nnd nil those interest
ed In the game are requested to at
tend nt S o'clock.
On Sunday there will he a great
day's sport at the Country Club, nnd
the usual bunch will bo on hand nil
day. Lunch will ho provided and nil
the good things will bo spread on
There Is some talk of the St. Louis
Cqllogo Alumni getting a football
team together. That would be a
good move, and It Is to be hoped that
something Is dono lu tho mntter.
The flag-raising ceremonies nt the
county Jail on Tuofday morning next
piomlse to be a real up-to-date at-full-',
ahd Host Asrli has Issued Invi
tjUlons to a nuniDoi of guests. l
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I All tliejfoobulljjehmsiro getting
into condition rfor' the, coming sea
son, and both the soccer and Amer
ican style of plajers aro hard at
I At 3 o'clock this afternoon Soldlet
King will he ut tho Athletic Park
and he will do n run over some ten
miles or so,
The Kaoo-KIng foot race will stnrt
at halt past two o'clock sharp on
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NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission ..... 15c, 10c, 5oif"
HARNEY & HAYNES
BROWN & WILM0T
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Street!
RANCE SMITH " "
The Banana Man
Singing and Dancing '
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aymnastlca (Swedish Move
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in. and Hjlvato Instruction.
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KING AND, NUUANU STREETS
You'll' find they're-alHgoodT fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort 7 D. H. Davies, Prop.
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
FOK'JALE AT ALL BAM
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Beit in the Market
HENRY MAY & 0 0.
If you would enjoy a good time, at-
tend the SOCIALS as given by the
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
in Odd Fellows' Hall every Friday
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