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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. 8ATUnDAY MARCH 9, 1001.
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o to 12 a. m.t
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HOURS to to i
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5-. rt-owr ed his office at . . .
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. m.;7 to 8 9. m.;Sundays, S to 11 a. m.
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HOURS 9 TO 1.
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HOURS 8:30 to 5. TEL. MAIN 277
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1123 Alakei Street, next to Masonic
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Hours: 9 to 1. Tclcpnono 434.
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OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y..W.C.A.
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FRED J. CROSS,
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Kloctro-Hyiiraullo Power Transmission
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ISTI MATES FURNISHED ON All KINDS OF
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Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes and
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PROBLEMS FOR THE
Tills column has bee i stalled for the
purpose, of awakening an Interest In
chess In theso Islands. It Is the pur
pose ot the editor of Hie department to
confine himself, ns much as possible, to
local games and problems but until
there arc a sufficient number of these
to keep the column going, exchanges
must be drawn upon. Trio editor will
also endeavor to keep the chess plascrs
PROBLEM NO. I.
BY MRS J. W. BAIRD, FROM U. C. M.
M mm ... fm wjm
Perhaps the most Interesting dis
co pry In the theory ot chess dur
ing the past year, has been that of Mr.
Brentano of New York. The following
games and notes (taken from the Brit
ish Chess Mngazlne for Feb. 1301),
speak for themselves:
GAME NO. 1.
(Notes by C. E. Itankcn.)
1. P-Kl 1. P-K4
2. Kt-KD3 2. Kt-0H3
3. U-Kt5 3. P-KKtl
This move has been
taken up and analyzed by Prof. Hcrgcr
In n German chess magazine, with what
result we do not know. It Is, however,
certainly a most puzzling counter at
tack In an opening where the first play
er has been supposed hitherto to ba
able to keep his opponent on the de
fensive for n considerable time.
Decidedly an Inferior continuation
slnre It at onco Invites an attack on
tho Castled King's quarters. Three
other moves have been suggested here,
llrst, 4P-KI13 which Is purely defen
sive and thercforo unsatisfactory. Sec
ondly, 4.-P-Q1 leading to KtxP (best);
SKtxKt, PxKt: CQxP, Q-IJ3; 7 QxQ (If
P-K3, Q-Kt2). KtxQ; 8 P-K5;. Kt-KtE;
9 UxKtP. Il-Kt2; 10 P-KB4. P-QII3; 11
I1-Q3 or K2. P-Q3&C. Thirdly, 4IlxKt,
QPxIl; DP-Q, which looks like the best.
5. Kt-Ksq 5.
C. PxP 0.
7. KtxQB3 7.
8. BxKtch 8.
Q-K2. or P-Q3 nnd then B-K3 should
have been played here.
10. P-Q3 10.
11. P-QB3 11.
12. Kt-112 12,
13. P-Q4 13.
PURCHASING AGENT NEEDED.
President Raymond advocates n pur
chasing agent for tho Board of Health.
Ills report says:
I would recommend that an appro -
prtntlon bo made for the salary of a
purchasing agent. Ho should be cnro -
fully selected and paid a good salary,
aud everything purchased by tho Boaid
should be through him,
I fully believe that ho A'ould (.avo
the department many times tho amount
of his salary, and In ens? any epidemic
should break out thcro would ho a re
sponsible head to purchase tho sup
Furntshed rooms, single or en suite,
very reasonable terms. Orphcum hotel,
Henry H. Williams,
The Progpesslve Undertaker
of Honolulu with the
The very latest methods em
ployed in caring for the dead.
A lull stock of the best and
up-to-d.ite undertaking goods
Office, 1146 1148 Fort St., Love Building.
Phone Muln 0-,. , Phone nnd Night Call, White 8811
Residence 1375 Fort St , below Vlneynrd.
In the Islands In touch with the prln
clprl events In tho chess world.
Oamcs and problems arc requested
from local chess player, auy players
In tire Islands, having the scores of
local games, will greatly oblige by '
sending them In, The full names of
the opponents and date of play being
earnestly requested. All communica
tions to this column should b ad-
dressed to Chess Editor, care of Even-i
Ing Bulletin. I. O. Box 71S, Honolulu.
Useless; the. proper course was 14
PxP. IUP; lCKt K2)-QI and Ig n-Qsii;
IB. Q-K2 15. P-K5
White has n cramped; dlsagreeablo
game but this Is surely nn uncalled for
sacrifice, as he might have played Kt
R5. 16. PxKt
17. OxP 17. K-Q2
18. Kt-K3 18. P-Itl
19. P-0B4 19. Kt-U3
White now loses more moves
with his Queen and at his 21st moo
three If his chief pieces have not corr.4
21. Q-B2 21. P-KR5
The only result of this maneuver Is
to give his opponent a winning posi
tion. 22. PxP
ev1 lently unexpected..
31. KxR 31. Q-K7ch
32. R-I12 32. IlxPch
33. K-R3 33. QxB
It 31QxBch. B-B3 ills, ch.i 35 K-Ktl,
R-Ktsqch.; 30K-I15 (besht). Q-KSvh.;
37K-B0, Il-Kt3ch; 38K-I17. Q-Ksq mate.
35. R covers 33.
30. K-Kt2 30.
37. K-Rsq 37.
Tho Peking did not get away
this morning at 7 o'cruck.
I amount of freight to discharge and a
1 big supply ot coal to take on kept her
back. She worked all night and
l finished just In tlmo to get away at tho
Bcforo sho left tho wharf, a search
of tho vessel was made. Eight stow
aways were captured and put ashore,
They were nil men and boys and were
about as tough a looking lot as havo
nvpr lipnn npfn hAtt
After the vessel left tho wharf, an clsco- who havo Practically completed
other stowaway was found. Ho was on ot tl10 flne8t nlantB ln tho Islan''8
kept aboard, however, and will go to' s- Moore' Ue0 President ot tho
Sn Francisco. On of trm stowftwais company, has been here for ten da
landed says that there were ten others
aboard who were not caught.
For callne,drlnklnr;,nd cooking:,
rrmi, deuciocs, surnmocnv
wtuti) eutn t co uo.
En.kful Cora, t 3 lh II...
Bikw'a Choc!. la iaa.WMt.BWI, i 3 la. cakM.
Offaiaa Bot.1 Chiwlata. I 4 lb. cak...
roa aaii af ii.DiNa o.eoiia.
Walter Bakor & Oo. lid.
Dorcheiter, Man., 0. S. A.
PlINAHOU BOYS WIN OUT
In the contest for athletic honors on
tho Oahtl College campus yesterday af-
ternitnn llin l,,nntintt linttt ilnfntpfl
I'" "1 ' "- ..-.,--
those? of the High School, the scoro
by points stnndlnc SO to 33. The down
town hoys were not In It for a mlnuto.
En Sang. Kopke, Holt and Crabbe are
uorty of special mention In the ranks
of these athletes.
The officials In charge of tho events
were as follows: Referee, A. J. Coats;
clerk of the course, Mr. Williamson;
starter, Mr. Lull; Judge, W. C. Max
well, C. W. Olrvln; timekeepers, C. A.
Elston, Mr. nurns, II. M. Ayres.
Following Is a summary of the
GO-yard dash 5 4-5 seconds.
En Sang (II.), Campbell (P.), Cruzau
II. 880-yard Hurdle I mln. 31 1-5 Sec.
Robinson (P), Marcellino (P), Holt
III. 880-yard run 2 mln. 12 4-5 sec.
E. Doterlll (P), Urown (P), Kopke
IV. Broad Jump 10 feet, 4 In.
Campbell (P). Kennedy (It), Peter.
V. Putting 12-pound shot 40 feet 1
Meyer (P). Cruzan (P). Crnbbe (II),
VI. 100 yard Dash 11 3-5 seconds.
Ensnng (II), Knutukoii (P), Green
VII. i-0-yard Hurdle 18 4-5 seconds.
Cruzan (!'), smith (11), Kopko (11)
VII. Hloh Jump 5 feet.
Dkksoii (P), Campbell (P). Cruzan
IX. Throwing hammer 91 feet, 8
Walker (P), Meyer (P). Robertson
X. 440-yard Dash 5C 2-5 soconds.
Mnrcelllno (P), Alvarez (II),
XI. 220 yard Dash
E. Devcrlll (P), Ensnng (H). Groon
XII. Pole Vault 9 feet.
Equally dhlded among Olnln (P),
Kaulukou (P). Campbell (P).
XIII. Relay Race, 2 laps 3 minutes,
Pnlua (P). Snauldlng (It), Deverlll
(PI. En Sang (ID.
Value of plare 1st placo 5 polntB,
2nd placo 3 points, 3rd placo 1 point.
Before civilized man had heard or
dreamed of It, Klckapoo Indian Oil
was healing tho wounds, relieving and
curing tho aches and pains ot the Red
Man. Bcforo civilized man had heard
of It, It kept the natives In perfect
health. And since civilized man has
known It, tho category ofcur cs has
becoino voluminous. No other medt
clno has made such cures; because
Klckapoo Indian Oil Is nature's reme
dy, nnd naturo stands back of It. Your
druggist has It, or can get It. Insist
' on getting tho genuine Klckapoo In
dian Oil. Ilohron Drug Co., agents for
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Honolulu StirtH Grinding.
The mill on the Honolulu plantation
started grinding cane several days ago,
and e cry thing Is reported as moving
nlo"B '" ai'lendld shape.
llie iiiuiii-iinu luaui wua lUBiuueu ii
the Rlsdon Iron Woiks of San Frau-
looking after mutters connected with
the completion of tho mill,
Mini men fs
and Head Stnes
Remember there is no other Mr.
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un'u Brokers inr) h,i'
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