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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, 11. T. SATURDAY, BEIT. 14, 1901.
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PROBLEMS FOR THE
.Alt communications to this column to liu addressed to Chess Kdltor, Koon
ing Bulletin, I'. O. Box 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
To correspondents: Solution to Problem 23 Q 112.
The first In the present "Leeds Mercury'
Motto "A Record Breaker."
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WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
'$! $ V i tfr't4 $? 'J"l
A number of games hare appeared
recently by one A. W. Fox. No om
seems to really know who A. V. Kox
Is. although It Is claimed lie Is but
17 years old. Many believe bn Is n
mythical personage, but his games an
excellent In strategy. We append ph
GAME NO. 49.
CENTKE COUNTER OAMIIIT,
1. P K 4
2. P K 5
3. P Q 3
4. P H 4
C. B-K 2
C. P Q Kt 3
7. II Kt 2
8. P K B 4
!t. P Kt 3
10. Kt Q R 3
11. K II 2
12. Kt Q B 4
13. II K II 3
14. Q K 2
IB. P-R 4
16. It P x P
17. P x P
18. O x Kt
19. Kt Q (i ch
20. P X R
21. K Kt 2
P Q 4
B II 4
3. P K .1
4. P K R 3
5. P II 4
B. Kt Q B 3
7. P Q n
8. B K 2
9. Kt Kt 5
10. Q R 4
11. Kt Q 4
12. Q II 2
13. P II 3
To. P K Kt 4
17. II x Kt P
18. P x B
19. R x Kt
20. B K IS. eh
21. Q x P
22. Kt K 2
22. Kt B 3
23. P B 3
24. K X Q
Q'x P, ch
R Kt. th
K R 4
K R 5
K X P
0 x B
Kt 3. cb
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27. Kt K 3. ch
28. R mates
The following account of all apn-
A Military Order.
The following order has been is
sued from tha headqunrters of the
Honolulu, II. I.. Sept. 13, 1901.
Regiment Orders, No. 43.
Upon the recommendation of the
Company Commander, the following
promotions are hereby announced in
Company B, First Regiment, N, 0. II.,
with rank from September 9, 19ul.
Corporal F. M. Mi Grew, to be Ser
geant. Private J, F. O'Connor, to be Cor
poral. Private A. D. Wise, to be Corporul.
They will be obeyed and respected
By order of Col. J. W. Jones.
Signed.) JOHN SCHAEFER,
Captain & Adjutant.
Tho weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news cl the day.
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JILTED LOVER HUGHES HAS
HIS REVENGE ON MRS. TEVIS
Denver, Sept. 2. Gerald Hughes,
,80H Ut U. J. IlllKuen, j,, hub i'mii
inascu hip noma 01 me uh;i. mu
of revenge. Mrs. Cornelia Baxter
Tevls Jilted him for tho millionaire
Caliromlan, Hugh Tevls, who died In
Japan Just one month nfter tho wed
ding. boclety people In Denver who knew
all about tho lovo affair between
young Hughes and tho then MIsb Cor
nelia Baxter said the Jilting was nil
because High Tovls was supposed to
bo several times a millionaire, whll.
the amount of J. C. Hughes' forttmo
was not liauwu.
Of late it bus transpired that C. I.
Hughes, Jr., Innteml of being worth
only a paltry half million, liic-rcuscd
his fortune u million and a half or
moro last year In mining investments.
Several years ago tho Baxter family
( nine from Cheyenne and acquired tho
handsome house adjoining tho Hughe?
brown stone mansion. Cornelia was a
mom girl In yearn then and wore short
dresses She nnd Gerald Hughes weio
thiow'ii Into each other's comTiany a
great deal. Tho announcement of
tnelr engagement was receUcd with
applause by suclety. Then cauin tho
Jilting, the marriage, to Tevls and tho
death of the millionaire.
Now Gerald Hughes has bought the
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i...s....,..,s. p,h .,$. j. .3, J..8.4. s.
Icryphal blindfold "seance' of four
I games, attributed by Mtron to Bry
ant and Leonard, two players of the
, Murphy chess rooms In New York,
I .. Ill M.ia n..M ..n.l..M I, la ......
mill uiiiimi- uui K'.uria. ,i in i-aiiuiv
eil from Check-mate:
"Mr. Leonard called K to P 4 on
all the boards. No. I was an example
of the lively French game. After a
brief anu, brilliant struggle Mr. I,, by
a maBterly "coup de repos" bifurcated
tne hostile K & Q with a Kt. winning
the exchange and the game. No. II
was an Evan's Gambit, met with u
now defense Invented by Allgaler,
which soon seemed to glc black n
superior position, but by an unfortu
nate miscalculation ho allowed tlu
unseeing player to uncastle, discover
itig check, and resigned.
No. Ill was a lopez Counter Gambit
to the' Sicilian. But alter hating his
Q taken "en passant" by a I). black
contrived to exchange all the pleri-i,
hoping to baffle his antagonist by tb'j
intricacies of pawn piny. Bu,t when
eight pawns had been exchanged and
both kings were "en prise" Mr. Leon
ard consented to a draw. No. IV
proved tho longest and hardest battle,
'the opening was a Blamesu Fianchc'
to. By an Inadtertauce both plaerri
used the white forces, and great con
fusion was speedily the consequence.
Tho defense then toojc the black men.
and after a mutual understanding as
to tho probably Intended situation of
the opposing forces the game wiu
continued with vigor and spirit for
nine hours. Finally Mr L. announced
stalemate In seven moves and black
W. 0. Irwin gave n yachting party to
Pearl Harbor to a number of friends
yesterday, Tho trip down was mad
In the yacht Hclcne shortly before Id
o'clock. The run was made In good
time. Inside the harbor, a cruise about'
the lochs was made. Then came a run
to Alctt on the train and luncheon wan
served nt that point. From there, ths
party drove to tho home of Manager
Low on tho Honolulu plantation. Tht
return to town was made on the train.
The following were Mr. Irwin's guests:
Captain Merry, Captain White and
Captain Pond of the Navy; Theodora
Wores, the artist: Dr. Cofer, of tha
Quarantine Service, and Fred Whitney,
who assisted the host In the enter
tulnmvnt of the guests.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
muhufactuicd by the Bulletin Publish
Denver homo of his former sweetheart
and It Is fur sale to an) one except
tho Baxters at tho prlco paid for It re
cent y ny tho young lawyer. The Bax
ters aro leaving Denver, It Is openly
said, because of Its social frigidity, ilil.i
to tho silent boycott of Gerald Hughe.
and his many warm friends. But it U
equally certain that former Governoi
Baxter would never havo sold his
beautiful homo If ho had known that
Gerald Hughes was tho purchaser.
Wheu ho transferred It to Tyson
Dines last week for a consideration of
5,40,000, ho supposed ho had sold It to
Mr. Dines for a home. Ho did not
..now thnt Dines had a commission
from young Gerald Hughes, balked up
uitn $100,000 In ensh. to buy tho Bax
ter home at any price. Tho dally sight
of the Baxters so closo to his own
home wus unplcatant to him. Ho du
termlned to 'buy tho Baxter house to
get rid of the fumlly. Ho has a for
tune of Ids own, and ho placed $100,.
000 of It in tho hunda of tho Porter In
vestment Company to uso as needed
for tho puichaBO of tho Baxter family's
home. He did not buy It for any In
vestment, and certainly not to Iho In
himself. Ho merely bought it be
rausu the. Baxters' homu was too close
to his own. Society Is murmuring
audibly that the Baxters missed the
A prominent Montrt.lelfrKjmin, Ihr Hrr. Jim,-.
II. Dlmn, itecior SL Juile. ami linn. O n of
thrl.t Chutth othrAnl, wilim! "Ivtnilt mo in
..nd you t few lln. to itronsl; reriituiii-iiii
I'msr Dati.'I'aik.Kii.uih. 1 Imi. uwillt with
Mtl.f.ctlon for tMrtf-Oi. )ti, It I. fi-irfc
Ucn .lilct, drrf. full niUk coiiOcl.ni..-'
. A turf niff fur
llniH Will At. lore Throat,
I Mill miiui g
Two Sllft, JK. Mil .
Thir U only on. 1'iiln-Ktllcr, Perry Davis
NT 1 1 W
Washington, Sept, 2. A proposition j
that will come before the new Congress
with additional force, is Die question of
a Pacific cable. Though Hawaii has
been annexed for three jears It Is still
unconnected by cable and It takes
about a week for the Washington au
thorities to learn what has happened
In the Islands. This seriously Inter
feres with tho Government at Wash
ington keeping In close touch with Ha
wallan affairs and Is conducive, to mis
understandings. Then an Immense sum of money,
notwithstanding present economies by
the War Department, is being expend
rd for tolls on messages to the Phil
ippines. Our messages to and from
Manila have In go over foreign wires
and arc subject to delay nnd serious
Interruption. In the event of hostili
ties with any powerful nation this
would be a serious embarrassment
Then It Is argued that a cable connect
ing the United States with Japan and
It would be easy to extend the Phil
ippine cable from Manila to Japan-
would bo of great Importance In In
creasing our trade with the bright lit
tie men of the Japanese archipelago.
There Is no questioning the fact that
it great majority of the members of
both houses favor the construction of
a Pacific cable, but they have not been
able to agree whether'lt shall bo under
direct government ownerrhlp nnd con
trol or built by a subsidized company.
It Is belleed that It will be easier to
settle these differences of opinion In
the nexUCongress. At any rate, a de
termined effort will bo made to secure
legislation that will Insure the begin
ning of tho laying of the much needed
ORIGINAL DOOLEY DYING
Chicago. Sent. 3. James McGarrv.
the old-time saloon-keeper of Chicago
and the original of "Mr. Dooley of
Archey Road.' made famous by Fin
ley Pctor Dunne, is seriously III at
the West Side Hospital, to which I11
was taken last Saturday. He Is suf
fering from stomach trouble and n
complication or other ailments. His
friends bellotc that his death Is not
trnr olf. Totiight ho was slightly deli-
nuns, anu ins memory is somewnat
Impaired. At times ho failed to recog
nize old friends who cnlled to seo him.
For thlrty-flve.yenrs Jamos McGarry
was one of tliu best-known saloon.
keepers in the city. In the Ilttlo back
room or Mctlarrys saloon Dunno got
bis Inspiration for the new celebrated
Dooley stories. -1
A Stiaftnl remedy ttr SImI, I
fcSJ Osssntias sad Russlast fairwl I
m 4 HOURS. Curit Kle-IRUUT J I
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