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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, ' FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1916 SEMI-WEEKLY.
muss cuts :iT mm First Section of "Honolulu Harbor ; Extension probably Will Be 1 Provided For ' '(AMMUt4 Tnt hr ttUnl Wlralsas.) 'ASH1NUTON, .January The NawUiwili harbor project tor Kauai - baa bee . elim inated from the river. ' aad harbor appropriation bill for thi eee sion. th committee having decided : o ta include any w projects in tha neaanr because of tha limited finan cial resourece la vif of tba vastly ia ereased demands. Tba Mil, aa it i now framed for recommndtion, carriaa a ...J .nn.nTlmll. 14 000.000. w" ri i j - T HONOLULU HARBOR jni EXTENSION FAVORED feTaia'wavk'a mail hrouttht to Hone- hilir tho official rert f Brig.-Oen. ban C. Kiasmaa. chief of engineer Uv 8, A, on tho Honolula harbor x tea- won project, with hi recommondation. Tha report made by him to tho war de partment win accompanied by a ro- .' iol taap of tho western end of the aaroor, inowing me arraa ircmiiincuutm by dredging, now aad aa a eoatinuing project. : rTeatorday 'a prone deepatcbea from Washington state that tha river and aai-boro committee had rote I not to t.l.1 nrntMitl In thia TMf 'a . till, but the externum of the Honolulu mi mil, may " . " . a arbor la pronaoiy not among mo items thrown out. The despatchee refer speci fically to the decision not to iaelnde tho Nawillwlli harbor item, the infer ence being that he Honolulu and Ka ' L...I..1 1,.-.. mtmwA JOdfbi Channel Project - The Information which accompanied (he official report and map waa to the ' effect' that the , amouat , asked . for the dredging of the flrat aeetioa f t ie Kklihl channel project probably would be voted by congress, aa the prooMl 1 ... . . . 7 1 1 . L. . aau ne warm imm:idb; vi . tuw miwj board of engineer. ' '' According to General Kingman ' let- (a. ft ' tm m, iina ri mnf . tha. late ., tVonel Bromwell submitted two pro ' ponal. " Each eontemplat-d a channel and tmmk wt,la aat thlrtv.flva. feat Heart throngb' the "reserved channel" from Honolulu . harbor to tho Kapalama basin, the essential difference between l-.-.l . l.l-. tha. ,k. Afk Tha aatimataa war a tlJS35.000 and il.- " 779,000, reapectivety. Thonaaad Teet of OhanneJ Oeneral Kinirman, "that a aeetion only 1000. feet la length aaould be immeli tely provided to meet preaent need. leaving the remainder to be completed ha"'- Hmmavl 1 DOft-f not aaatlon. nnilar - project No. 1, io 439.000,'-' Th e proj ect, tha chief of engineer reeommends, having: 'Aa initial apprdpriatioa of i KOCOOO ahould bo made, with contract aathoriwtioa to the amount of the bal ance, 130,000,'. It ia farther recom- . wmiwu ua, auiaviikj vw ki,vm luf Vila ' parchaao or eonatroetion of - a govern . meat-owned ' dredge, if suitable price for tha work cannot be aecured.'' Tbia . recommendation, if it gor through, will provide aa 800-foot ehan- ' njel, leaving 100 feet along each bulk bead Una to bo handled by adjacent , owner. , v ? ... ' ; . innrn nAinr nmrn UJiitK LUAol Ullltd 7 - VANT HAWAIIAN TRADE I AO . Jlneialoa ejnnl Con ninnA DIm ft r For CnmmprRP tered ' the field for the cream ot ti trade with these Inlands, hitherto held aeeurely by Baa Francisco. A commit ' .' tee baa been appointed to begin work ai, vuee, louuwing me reading oi a .. traao report by U. N. Brunswick, to tba foteign trades committee of the . Loa Anffelea chamber of commerce -J D. Bale of the Western Wholesale ' Prog company waa named aa the bead of tha committee. The committee in the BchiffLang Company, merchant broken; Douglas White, industrial aent ef tho Bait Lake Boute; C. H. KustpK, sales manager of the Union Lithograph Company, and Frank Bimp an, fruit shipper. ""With the , establishment of direct , arvlo to Honolulu by the Great North. era Pacific Bteamship Companv,'' stat p4 .Mr, Brunswick, who visited these laiaada aa the ' representative of the chamber of . commerce on the maiden vovaee of the Great Northern. "Loa Jkagelea ia in position to contend on , rich traffic of the Islands." , ' i ap. a M ai M ihiAfri ( r .WILL MEET OLYMPICS ' it. 1 v ftupervUor B. Frank Hollinger will i i ' . i r : . i . i r its i or inn tug -la'aaa in me iasuna , rvea Haturday aad upon the arrival of . Ilia nraat VnrBara at III!., will t.ka the Olympic Club baseball team in charge aad escort them to Honolulu ar rlviaz here Tuesday morning. Hollia V, aer wilt give the boys many aaluablo i-omiers and sure a nunwir in niumiiB the welcome to the w inged O boys &! one, : ? CXU8 THAT OOUOH. WBea you n.vo -srounieaoiue cougn U doe aot mena tht you, have on ' aamptioaor that yoa are nolng to have it, but tt doe mean tnat your lungs ar tbreatenadr ant It is juh s well to be pa V-r af aid and take Chaui- berlaln 'a ' Cough Remedy before it is too late. Kor sale by nil deal iilers. Heaaoa, Smith 4 Co., -Ltd,, agent for . iiawau. , , .- i Songbirds May Be Imported - I To Isle of Oahit Denver Publisher Makes Generous Offer To Stock Every Valley With Feathered Warblers R the glori ous mockingbird of the Bunny South, tho Bluebird for Luck, harblager of , Spring, , and the perky meadowlark, that splondiii aongstrexii, may soon all be residonta of- Oabu, If the offer being aiade by F. d. Bond Is, owner of the Denver Poat, and a man who has almost , adopted .Honolulu as his winter home, is accepted by the power that be. , , Mr. Don ft Is, -who ia here with Mr. Hon (lis and their ' da tighter, believes that there are a place on earth like Hawaii, dcup.te the grouch which has appeared in- bis' home paper from the pen of one of bin employee 1 But o misses th bird and the music of tat feathered longstreose of the air. A he intends to visit here frequently, he is Willing to remedy tha almost bird ies stat of affair that he finds, and his offer is aow before the board ei agriculture and forestry. Will Flnanc Feathered Invasion " The Denver publisher offer to land in Honolulu, without coet to anyone but himself, enough robin, bluebirds, mock ingbirds and meadowlark to stock every valley. Hi idea ia to bring the birds here aad to turn them loose. Just what the authoritiea will say to the generous offer remain to ba seen, Hawaii ha learned through bitter ex perience to beware of butting into th way of Nature ia the Islands h importing new beast and binla and plant. The mongoose waa brought here at public expense and ia one of the pests towarda the extermination of which the Territory i paying a bounty. The lantnna was imported a a pretty garden plant, and it baa cost the Isl ands untold millions, th alyi Imported Mynah bird being an accomplice of the lantan in it lightning spread. Known Habit of Bird Good The robin, mockingbird, bluebird and meadowlark have no known bad habits in their homeland, what little fruit and grain they eat being more taa paid for by the destruction they accomplish amongst harmful insects. Whether the influence of the tropic would be bane ful upon thee bird of present good habits is a question which local orni thologists and othera have long pond ered over. It is likewise question whether the mongoose would allow the meadowlark, a ground-nesting bird, to live and multiply. The robin is a town bird and he would b safe, while the bluebird nests in tree cavities and poat holes and wou'd also be mongoose proof. The mockingbird is a tree bird and would probably escape. It is sale to say that tne general pub lic will be in hearty accord with any suggestion of ' accepting Mr. Bonfila ' generosity. What the canny scientist may aay ia another story. r PORTO R1CAN COUPLE ; INJURED IN EXPLOSION Bodies Peppered With Grit When Detonating Cap Goes Off Amelia Tacheco and Philipe Pachoco were brought to the emergency hospital from Puuloa yesterday, suffering from the effect of -an exploring detonating cap. . On Tuesday niht the Porto Bicaas were cleaning up their yard aad made a boo fire of the rubbixh. The lire Was biasing merrily and the 1'achecoa were warming .toomselvnn at tha generous glow, when, bang: something exploded and both of them were knocked off their feet. . When they picked thfiimelves up tbey round tnat their anatomies were pretty well peppered with grit, tiny-pebbles and piece of metal. Anieiia Pacbeco sustained a wound iunide an eye and may Jose the sight or tlmt optic. Dr. R. G.' Ayer drcicd the injuries or. the t "aeaecoH and yesterday alter nous they were scut isi-k to Puuloa, rontons or a copp-r dvnamlte cap. which had in some why been swept Up with the rubbish, were extracted from several of the wounds. AND SIGNS DOCUMENTS Governor Pink ham yi-sterday. approv ed and signed do iimnt relating to public lands and 4iol.!-rs of such, as follows: Mortgages Himv I,. Bauera and wife to the Baldwin National Bank of Kahului, Maui, Ian, I covered by land patent (grunt) No. imis; Kinil J. Frisk to P. ('. Hcamer, lot No. ri, Kaieie, South Hilo, Hawaii; and l'unl K. I, ad a to the First National Bunk of Wailukn, lot No. 41, Kaupakaliiii. Mnui. , Traiiiifers Manuel Asiu to Pi Cock tt, lot No. n, Waioluih Keokea, Kula, Maui, and Minnie Knrtiidp to Mary Lo pes, lot No. 1 ti nd I i.'i, Munowaiopae, North Hilo, Hawuii. I'eroiixion r an n.ven to Alexander Steel to sell a right of way to the Coun ty of Kaiml over lot No. 67, Kapaa Hnniratead Tract, I'iiwt Series, Kauai. The (iovcrnor ul-o ap:rored and sinned a quitclaim deed to tht Board of tha Hawaiian KviinKclicai Assocla - tion for a portion ot School Grant No. 23, Apana tl, in llal iwn, )liuid of Mo- 'lokai. Rainfall Was ; Real Deluge Tuesday Night : ; Records of Weather Bureau Show Last Torrent To Have Been Worst of Storm's . ;v NB Jind , thirty-four hundredths Inches of yTkin fell in Honolulu C 'during th forty minutes be tween eleven and eleven-forty oa Tues day aight, aa recorded at' the United State weather bureau la the Alexander Young building.-' From eight . o'clock Tuesday bight to eight o'clock yeator day morning th' rainfall, records, by Meteorologist Hamrir-h ' reached one aad aeveaty-alght hundredth' inehes aad waa the heaviest preeipitatioa irao rde.l horBi' -The I'ttllimKrttl some what, however, in intensity from eight yesterday morning to eight o'clock lost night,' when only sixty-nine hundredth of an Inch fell. . " From the first of January, thii year, to diite," said Mr. llainruk last night, "we bad a total of 18 04 incbet of rain. The great -amount of raia w have bad in such a short period of. titm can bo eaaily appreciated when it U know that the average rainfall rec orded at thi station during the last jjeven year has been only 23.80 inches year. ,.' - , ,. V Sacord Ealnfall 81nc Chrlstma Since llast Chrintmas Eva to dutt thia station has recorded a total of 26.03 inches, or 2.K3 inches more foi month tha a th average for each of tho past eleven, year. - If We go back a little' further we find that the rain fall recorded at this station ainoe No vember 1, last year, to date, that ia, eight o'clock .Wednesday- night, or practically two month Aud twenty-nix day, amount to 37.73 iuehes, or 13.9; lnchea mora for this feomparativajj short period than the average- we ha., luring each or tne past eleven year, "New, as to the wind. At aim tblrty-five thi morning .( Wednesday) th wind, was blowing at the' rate oi fifty-four mile - aa hour, from tht louth. At thia time, eight o'clock ia the evening, the barometer . i . rising slowly and show indication of going up gradually. The wind is moderating ?reatly and during the - twelve honrt rora midnight Tuesday to noon today the average wind voloeity la about twenty mile an hour. During the af ternoon the wind ha been -very mod erate, averaging from -aeven to ten miles an hour." Damage Don Tuesday Night Tuesday night's late downpour was general over the central portion of Ho nolulu, but out Kaimuki-way it was very light and the roads were not rag ing stream as were the streets hi the main city. The concrete forms just finished by city laborers for the work of repairing the Maikiki flume wen swept away and conditions there re. turnod to what tbey nad been previous ly, when the storm of last week broki aad demolished the flume. Aa tba result o Tuesday night heavy rains more than anything else probably, the drill tower, which rose to a height of sixty-five: feet, fori in the rear of the central fire station. It bad already been condemned aa setess anu dangerous, but was left standing, how ever, la its rail It escaped tutting any thing but the length of the alley , way which it chose for a temporary resting place. No damage waa done to any thing but the very rotten timber of thi tower itself. IA(1 UAIirV CDAKIICU ORPHANS CARED FOR Spanish Consul Reports On What Is Being Done For Them Scnor Luis Guillen Gil, the Spanish consul who has returned from a visit to Maui, where he looked into the condi tion of his countrymen who suffered in the recent disastrous lao Valley storm and which resulted in the loss of four teen persons, half of whom were Span- lards, reports that Maui families art raring for several of the children who are now orphans. Kilitor Will J. Cooper of the Maui News of Wailuku, and Mrs. Cooper have taken the little four-year-old t'er. nannez girl. The second r ernandex or iwan has been taken into the- homo of Capt. and Mrs. O. J. Whitehead of Wailuku, and tho third child has found a home with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel il. ('site of the same city. The parent ot these children, Cirilo Kcrrrndox and his wife, were drowned, hk was one uf their children. Those who survived were spending the uluht at the home ol a friend anil, because they had bees unable to return to their home on ao count of the rum( ewuped the fate that overwhelmed their purunts and tht other little one. Of the Juan Ho limn Madronal family only one child rapcd a watery grav Madronal, his wife and two t-hildreu were drowned. A Spaniah family has taken the surviving child, buL Honor Gil hopes that some kindly fumlly Jr Honolulu will relieve the .iiini Spanish family or th added burden. The- are poor and barelv aide to care for their own. "- Kadi of the four Spanish children whoite pureuts died in the ra 'ing tor reuts of the lao Ifivur, hah been given 1110 by the Wailuku Niar ( ompany through Senator II. 11. I'eiilmllow. Hi manager, reports the Hpmiixh consul The money has been placed in charge Of Henor Gil and will be invented where it will draw intercut and accumulate. 1 Whi-n the children attain the;r inajority, which in rpain ih at 'wenty t hree year Of sue, there hoiild be a neat uui coming to each of them. (More URY SHY A CORPSE One Was On Inquest Job But ' Other Had To Be 'Hunted ' (Mail Ppoejat lo Th Advertiser) .. V- ;"HANAPKPl'V,KnuaJ, Junuwy X coroner's Jury, empaneled bJre. iuls morning to invesiga. tho, V1 ' Korean, whoax body' bad -beon pulled out of the llnnapepe Klver," and the death of a Japnnese Inlmrer, whom m moT stated had been killed, in eamp row, duic,ovcrMl that it wa h one corse.- The jury went to the Japanese camp and " iudielnllv viewed, a dead body found tanre, taking for granted that it whs Sa .tnpaHeaC who had bean killed, tut thi Vody ojttl nb evldcncq f violence, rutting oyer ; this . mys tery for further, nvontlRation, the jur or pTOf.eoded to look fr th body of the Korean, last rrortcd as being laid out ten the river hank. ' Careful aearrhinu; of all likelv place "niled to' 'icli-fl anv Korean, deaii or a'ive, and mstcry No. t expanded it self before the puzded turoi and the 'ui 1'ivxoii curuuur. ' Thea it v-aa discovered that after ho Korean body had been left on the iver bank to die "some Japanese had or"- along.' end carried it lato-their 'amp, Tha presence ef the body In the amp led to The reports of a Japanese! kJHrh&j.V -:;' - , Th juror rendered a verdict of sni ide in tho ase of the Korean. Kim oon, the evidence snowing that he bad deliberately inmped into i the flooded river and, had made no attempt to ave himeelf. .. . ' ' : . - ' ; ', 1ARDEN ISLAND GETS ' v SHARE OF THE STORM LIHUE, ' Janaary ,A25:-rAfter nbout five days of clear weather, heavy tain are again falling on Kauai and a A cided drop in the temperature baa tak en place.,... : ' 1'.. '' ;.; " , '";' On Monday afternoon the howe,rr began and by evening had settled into a teady dotrc pour.. - , "- All night the rain conti-ueu with greater or loss force and at times a heavy wind blew with, great velocity. Over three.' Inches of rain fell during he night in- Huleia and tho rest of tho district averaged about tho aama. A light,' bnt Ve,ry steady rain baa con tinued all Tuesday with no evidences of letting up. , . About five o clock heavier rain fell and probably an un usuallv large amount will fall during tho night. ' .. a . . . ARE OUT IN FRONT Word coming from! New Haven eems to indicate that thiajyear'a Yale water polo team may well, be called a Ha waiian team, mere ara xour iionoiuiu boy who -have won, a position on the team. Herman von oji, aon oi iiarrj M. von Holt of this 'city, Is captain oi the team, and when it cornea to a aerap in the water he- ha pi iquaL H played in ,the Yale-Prineetoh football tme to isovember, ana ms xooiuau trainimi has put bim in prime couditiou fof water nolo. Harry Hteiner will be on the team for bla fourth year, and ia veterau at the game. lM !r te hum considered the best forward on any of the Eastern college team, and was nlaced on tro AH-American team. Jack and Carter Oalt, the two athletic sons of John H. OaJtl are inexperienced bnt strong player. .Jack ta a lorwara, while Carter will probably play goal. Tha latter will be i, Yale defensive strength, for his two hundred and twen- ,v iiounds, ability to tandle himself in tho water, and strength will prevent many forwariis getting through him for a Koal. i.st year Ve Wttf Alexandor wa on yhle's swimming team, which waa in tercollegiate, but a painful accident to his shoulder will kop him out of the tank for some time -to come. Other Hawaiian bovs whose swim ming ability has made them prominent eollega athletes are Parrant Turner and Ralph Gray. ! arrant Turner is catHain of the Wemleyan Swimming team, and fast man in the short distance. At Cornell Kalpb (iray is making a name for himself, and ia pntlng into practise at Ithaca ycbiit he learnod at Waikiki. If Absolutely Pure . Mdfrom Grapo Croath of Tartar NO ALUM Itovnl fool Bouk.' 500 Kecints. sent nun n HONOLULU mm r i h r- n r 3 free if send nams and address to Hoxlstart at the corner of King street and 4X9, Honolulu, or Royal Hukitig Powder Co., New- Vork City -... , FLANS FOR GREAT AUTO SPEED TESTS ARE RAPIDLY BEING COMPLETED -' It-'V a it 1 , ; . wiui o tar u rivers rruin v-ioastu ' i With gang ol men working ot) tba double-quick putting th raeecours at Ksplolaai Park In th fight' kind of condition or dirt track automobile and motorcycle race and Kddi WVterman announcing that a will promote a so lie. f ntO'n mptH-bika. racea Satur day af tern oaa.i.roliwarjif 26, sport loin raceiVed a ale little surprise package yesterday. - i . , 1 r ml li l vrr i , iv. public of Honolulu 1 to bo the -Jaug-aral of automobile and motorcycle rac ing In th Territory and with bia xporl ence in building dirt track,' and hi keen knowledge of what make a clever m. via, " " ...m - - - - anto pilot Honolulan and- Carnival Visuor ar in line 10 witneiai Boniviniu out of the ordinary , in . the; aportlng line. Several year ago an attempt wa made to hold aa aound-the-island auto race, but the affair f r'l flat through poor management and lack of experi ence on th part of those who proposed the event. . '. '.; ; . Took Falsa Start .1 i ','r''s' All these people thought they had to do waa to tun up car, take off , the hood and mnfflor and then open tho throttle and it wa an automobile race. No attention waa paid to possible dan ger and the results were disastrous to the drivers aa well a the machines, tnd ther were no aatomobila racea simply bees use there were no mora car and no mor driver. , .. . " , .- Waterman 'a meet will be different. Firs of all Kapiolanl Park will be put In the same condition as is the track at Fresno,, Bakerafield and Corona, where accident - were few and far between and none but experienced, cool and col lected men who know how were at th wheel, Following the mapping out of tho plans for the building of tho Tack, Waterman began arranging for the eara to be used in the meet. On of these car will be n Maxwell, bnilt especially for Barney OJlfleld and which wa usel by nirn la tho vender bllt Cup and Grand Prix racea at the Panama-Pacific Exposition - and at Corona, and Venice, the last two event being won - by Oldfleld. Another car I coming with the Maxwell la the Mat-1 Snnla.- which left nan Franeiaeo venter- day ia a Dnesenberg racer.. Tne earl ana ro nsexl v waterman on aeveral nterest Is Already Keen In Ho nolulu's Great Sporting Card Prizes For AIT Interest in pedestrlanlsm aeema tob increasing in Honolula ajid it look as if, running and walking were going t; experience something in the nature of a boom. ' ' . '.-",' ' The Kalakaua avenue race 'act for February 20, promisee to be largely eu tered and keenly contested, and there ie some talk of a relay race between Schofield Barrack and town, though nothing definite in the matter baa been done aa yet. There ia also talk ef . revival of tha marathon between Honolulu and Halo- iwa. Two very suCcassful races were, held over this course a few year ago, and the flnish in each :ae as witnessed by an immenso concourse of spectator. It is expected lliat Mayor Lane will start tho championship walk on Febru ary 0. The majority of tbe race of the past have been started by the mayor and aa effort will be made to secure bis presence at the starting line thi year. . v r . r The judges of tbe walk will probably be divided into two sections, each of which will have an automobile at their disposal. On lot will keep their eya on tbe fait division which alway opeus up a gap before the course has been n . , , i . , . . , ,.i quarter covereq, wuue in eincr win keep cases on the rearguard .of. the walker. '--. : The judge will patrol the niauka ide of tbe avenue, on which the con. testanta will walk, no ether vehicular traffic being allowed on this side of the road. Thi arrangement haa been la vogue during theiftast two rape and by it the- wurk of th judge 1 greatly facilitated. ,, Knquiriea have been received aa te the; definition of a novice, and they have doubtless been prompted by the fact that a seciai priee i offered for th first aovic to finish. " A novice ia the present case is a walker who haa aever taken part in a previous Kala kaua avenue walking race. . Entries close at the store of E. O. Hall A Bon on February 19, at noon, an 'entry fee ot. fifty cent being re . ; . 7 l - . r qaited forkach rar,-VTai nvoney gom lo defray the expansesof the iiia-L and keeps the entry book from being crowd ed with a lot of name of thoae who enter just for the fun of tbe thing and half of whom do not intend to toe in scratch. ' The races to be contested are aa fol lows: ninth annual Kalakaua avenue walk; walks for bonafide fat men aad veterans of 50 year and over; running race and bicycle race. All raees I Kalakaua avenue and finish at Heinle's Tavern. MANY WILL ENTER KAMA EVENTS AND .-'. , '-.''' .'' - ''- ' occasion, and ' Dftestfnberg are made esjieclally for racing. , fteal Bacera Ar Coming 1 ' " A ssecond Dusenberg and a Plat will be . brought over in the Lnrlinv due here lebruary 8, and there ia a possi bility of a racing. Htuta being Included In the consignment.' Regard in if the drlver,Waterrn ha closed with 1ou .Orandy, Jack U rah am and '"Dutch Wcnr., all expert dirt track driver of il th mainland.- A Waterman ia a driver hinolf. It means there will be four men of exceptional ability at the wheel of tha racers, when th -word to go i given. .."-7. ' t :, :' , jit eoT.ipieto program will be . an' no"nccd within the next ten days.- Ia tho meantime Waterman la giving the greater part of his time to the fixing of the racecourse at Kapiolanl Park.. : There will also b at least three events la which motorcycle Will fea ture.' Lyman P. Oeorge, in charge of thia pad f the meet, yesterday an inuneed that he wsa working on his program, and that within a few day would be in a position 'to announce what he intenTa to present. - .' ;', ': What Ooorg Will Do -; , "I; expect - to put on an exhibition drive of fiv miles for etlpped 'Kara, oaid Oeorge. "Thia event will not bo a race, but the car will b sent on to the' track to show bow fast a motor cycle can bo driven with perfect safety. I also propose to put on a ten-mile race for racing cars. There is a fast Excel sior hero, and I understand the Indian people will (end a Car from the Coast, Then there will be race for stock cars over distance of at least ' ten mne. Mr, Waterman propose pulling off a race meet in keeping with those promoted .- on the, mainland, and chairman of the committee in charge of the motorcycle end of the- meet I shall cooperate with bim and leave no stone unturned to give the. public of ' Hono lulu a well aa our visitors a meet soe oad-to Bono. ,.., .. v" ' ' "There' 'are no reason whatsoever why Honolulu ahould not at least have an annual automobile and motorcycle meet and th time to show what can be none in this line is here, and t am eon I fident the Comma meet will be ens long remembered by tbe people of this euv." YALEWATERMEET ' .i . College Alumni Anxious To Help local School Swimmers Ad . ,vahce In Sport . The Punahou Academy students have decided to enter a swimming team in the -coming swimming meet under the auspiet' of th. Vale Alumni Associa tion of Hawaii. Lorrin Thurston was chosen ; captain and training for the coming meet has already been started. There ia quite a lot of naterial at Punahou, and cap tain Thurston ia Confident that be can put out a good strong team. ' Th : swimming meet i auctioned by tbe A. A. U. and will be held at toe V.' M. C. A. Saturday evening, Felvaary 19, under the auspice of the Yale Alumni Association of Hawaii, for boy of 'the following schools; Punahou Academy, College of Hawaii, Mills School, St. Louia College, Mc Klnley High School, Kamehamcha Boy' School. The following will be the events; 50 yard swim, 100 yard swim 220 yard swim, 100 ard swim backstroke, high diving, spring board diving, plunge for distance, relay race. . Two cups will be awarded: One cup for tbe .school winning the greatest number of points. One cup for the school iwinning the irolay. The cup for winning tbe greatest number of points will be known as the " Vale Swimming Cup," and ia to become the permanent property of the school winning it three ' Untries are to bo made not later than February 14 on blanks whl.-b wil be forwarded on request. All com inunicatlon and entries are to be mad toMr.'O. R. Bostwiek, in care of Kame hamcha Schools. The committee will exercise the priv ilege of holding a prellmiaarv meet on Friday afternoon, Feb. 18, if there are more entries than can be run off tu one evening. ' Tbe committee in charge consist of W. .T, Bawjlns, W. p. Alexander and Cha. R. Bostwiek. '' . a a 1 ' LESLIE'S WANTS MORE r DATA ABOUT ISLANDS D. D. Hill, editor of Leslie ' Travel Bureau, baa written to Director of the froraotion committee asking for addl ional information regarding these Is lands, and praising the Hawaiian pine apple, which be aay ho ha helped to introduce in tne uoioi or Mew. vor-. What Mr, Hill want particularly from Honolulu is picture of Island scenes, which can be used la connection with the work that is being done by the Lureau of which be is the head. He re Tinrta that interest' nn tha mainland In ill j Hawaii is erowiuc eonstantlv and flint Leslie ta -bombarded with requests for information reganung tbe Islands from possible tourpds. PUNS VILL ENTER WILL USE M0IL1IU - FIELD FOR OLYMPIC GAMES JF NECESSARY 'Following a yls't to Athletic .Park yesterday afternoon by the chairman of the baseball committee ef the Olym pic Series, and IX Prink Hollinger rp-, resenting the Oshu IA'tfgW, it ,wa de cided to Immediately begin putting Moililli Pield Into condition for base ball and ahould it be Impossible to play tho opening game of series at Ath letic Park, Moiliiii field will be ue,(. . Arrangement, have also been made .. for the sale of tickets for the first and, second gama at the rigar stor of M. , A. (hmst Co, and systeirt ha been f' adopted for. the 'exchanging of ll ticket old for Athletic Park to Moili- v ili Field, ahould each a, tour bo noces- ', wy- 'v ..";.'.'...,.":. V'-'- COMPANY M OUTSCORES t -11 COMPANY I AT CASTWER CASTNKn, ' January ,!. Company M won today 'a game though outhatted ' by thoir opponent. They managed to mttk ' ten binglc net them thirteen runs, while Company I waa junitble to niako but seven rn'ns on --thirtoun hit'l. ('ompany M had a slight aulvantag in ; tho floliiing and far outclassed tha. mi posirg nine in bnse-r I'nning. 1 4. . 8UQAB FACT28, BniPTTNO AMb COMMI OK. MEEOHANM . i ,;'v ' i- mMm i .,' " : t . ' Ewa PlanUtlba Company, .... ,V . Waifclua Agricultural. Co, Z.tuV, , , ' ' Apokaa Sugar r, Ltd, , , v : Kobala Saga Company, J Wahlawa Water Company, Itm '' Fnlton Iron Work of 8t. Xo-iU, ; ':'.';. ' Batmock wuce,x company, ; , v - Oreana Ful Ecocondaer Oompany, '!.,' Coaa. 0. Moore Co.. EngtiMerr. , -"."':." ly. ' Mataon ITavigaUoB Ornpany . ' Toyo Kiaen Haih. , ' Bank of Hawaii Into rpo rata rraaer tbe jiw ot she , ,. Ti.mory ol Hawaii. oapwal. stntrr.Tjs and - -". UNDIVIDED PK0FIV8 ;.,l,0,00ft r RESOURCES 7.0"0,000 ' officebs, " C. H. Cooke ................ .president E. D. Tonnsy ........ ..Ve-l'reaident A. 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