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' KVEXINO 1IUM.ETIX, HONOLULU, H. T SATfHDAV, OCTOtlim S. IMI.
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Are something new, real dainty, arvl
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them. We have them In BLUE, PINK,
CRIMSON, CARDINAL and PON
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We have just received a new shipment
of these goods plain, stripes and
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rich and pleasing.
AT - SACHS'
Very soft and beautiful material. In
new stripes and plaid patterns of the
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Agents for Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
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A LA ROE SHIPMENT
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Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
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1116 Nuuanu St.
Co cue nnil nee the Prices.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
DRY and FANCY GOODS
Beginning Siitiirdiiy, Sept. 2.
Good Hold rcjJiirdlcsHof com.
THE OLDEST CH.. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
ut.iiiiis mo. Slllu lot Gum Llntni.
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.io-ii Numnu itrtit.
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PROBLEMS FOR THE
AH communications to this column to In, nililrpo.i m n.. imii. .-. .....
Ing tlullctln, I. O. Ilox 718, Honolulu. Contributions ami solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before ThtirfuJi.y noon of each week
Solution to I'riildrm No. 25.-27, ll-QG.
4 Everybody S
PROBLEM NO. 2.7
A. C. WHITE, NliW YOttK. Prom Clicchiimtc.1.
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VIIITL: MATES IN TWO .MOVES.
The following In the return eamn
of the one given last Week ami also
Knows Home Interesting chess.
HA JIB NO. fil.
(Jueen's (Inmblt Declined.
(Notes l Jns. .Mason.)
Jlr. Jl. .Ineksnn. .Mr. II. I). O'llernnrd.
(North.) . (South.)
1. I'-Q4 I I-.Q4
-' I'-JUI . .K3
H. Kt-QHS 3. Kt-KIl::
I- I'-Kt; 4. QKt-(2
On general grounds 4...II-K2.
at mice nullifying the "pin." should be
preferred, an While confine 5. l'-Q.-,
Hhii'k can do no better tliiui exchange
5..PxKI; iirterwnrds bringing out th
II. nncl tiiisllug to further exchanges
to free his position- a kind of French
' P-KJ ,-.. H-K2
ti. HPXP (J. .XI1
If 7. PxP. KtxP: the attack would
not be at all formidable. Hut with this
establishment of the Pawn It Ih other
wise; and Hluek Boon finds himself
playing n very precarious game.
" 7. Kt-KB
s- " S. KtxKt
. PxKt 9. QXJ
10. Ii-q.t 10. p.cjm
11. I'-Qll.'S l. ..B5
1-'. H-112 2. P-QKH
Till appears to be imnercs-
siiiy. lint something must he done and
rustling baa ItK obvious dangers,
c... ni-i: 13. Kt-Kt3
U. Castles U, H-K3
IB. KMt3 :,. p.K,3
Or Id 11-U2. lli'ni',.rrii-ijii-,i n. n
Taking P would mean Klvlnr
Kt and Q for It.
30. P-tl.-, 3ft. Kt-llsc,.
31. Q-5 31. ll.Q,,.
32. H(Ki)-K: 32. (J-Kt2
33. It-Kli 33. lt-112
3; P-llfi! 31. CJ-Ktwi.
33. H-QIKi 33. 11-112
3. Kt-lt3 .!(!; Kt-KUl
37. Kt-lW 37. P-ltl
3S. lt(l',).KK 3s. U-112
39. CJ-Kt.3 39. K(H2.sn..
10. It-KS! 10. IteslKUK.
This dual Rltuntlon may be
studied with advantage. White thieat
ens 41. llxlt. (If) Rxll; 42. Qdlfich,,
and then mate; tliat Is, he so threat
ens as the affair actually (.lands.
Illark moving, molds this, perhaps by
II. . ..CJ-ll2(i)i)1j ,lieieupciu Hid
other II would gu forward w'.b
eeiitually dcvlsUe elleet. A veiv
-.- tuiiinui niliu 1 II.- -
strengthens as from move to!
PRANCI8 MURPHY CLUH.
The Kiuucls .Murphy Club No. I will
entertain this evening In the hall on
Rothel street. The following program
has been arranged:
Mandolin selection .). n U';ill..
Snng (Answer) n,n. linol.
Something Major WlUon
Song "Sweet Sixteen" ,...F. S. Nojei
Vocal .Selection ... Mlm Item, llniiilmr
Duet "Life's Dream In O'er
HtnlciK iitnl Html.
Club Song F. 0. Nojes
Song J. Sahato
A Funny Story N. II. Trnml.tf
(lultar Selection A. It Wnll.ice
A Safo and Sure Cur for
Crampo Couuhs Brtilson
inlnrrhcoa Oolds Burns
1 Sprains and Strains. g
i.iTcfl liiHiiiui relict. I
'I wo .brt, mc. an I fr K
link nn. l'.ln kill... Dabbu ll.ul.l X
. - - -, IJ UHfl. . L.
wVf VtTttUt Itrvf Mf 1lflltfltfl.l.ili..i.fci
Sprlngllehl, III., Sept, 20. In spite of
the piotest of his only living child,
Hubert T. Lincoln, tho body of Abra
ham Lincoln was exposed to the light
today. In the presence of a small as
semblage of men ana women, th
metallic casket, whirl, for more than
thirty-six years has contained the re
mains of the llrst martyred President.
was forced open. Kach of the party
present gazed Into the features made
familiar by plate and rrlfct. Then the
casket was resented, and placed In
what It Is Intended shall be the final
resting pluee of the sacred dust, a bed
of Iron and masonry, fifteen feet below
the base of the shaft of the national
hery one In the assemblage wa
nledgrcl to secrecy rcKardlinz the tiro-
cccluie. hut trxe among the party who
r.iw In the desire, to open the casket
only the morbid curiosity of their
neighbors, were so shocked by the ex-
pcisuie that they are openly denciunelng
the act as sacrilegious. Kien the fca
titles of the dead were shocking to the
hcholcleis. Ple of the sixteen persons
(n the assemblage were present when
tho collln was opened fourteen years
ago. They had told their companions
that time bad made the features alm.ut
black. To the surprise of everyone,
whin the features were exposed today
they were white as chalk. This unex
pected disclosure served further to In-c-tease
the agitation, nncl. after an un
expectedly short exposure, the1 casket
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
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Beautiful c.uden scene containiti!! coffee treet In full tiMrimr h.nini.
and pineapples, all InsiJe. Eve-vboJv invited.
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lt-Ksi i h,
White could take the IIP n,,l,
llsk Of some loss (from Hllhsennent
Q-K3); nncl even If ho cmilil ,io 11 r..-
ly. It would be poor compensation for
the halt In ,8 mn attack.
23. llxl) 23. llxlt
211. K(K7I-K(i 20. Q-U2
Wtththls all hone for lllnek i,m,.(,.
cully cllsanpeats. White must u-in
somehoH accident barred.
2S. P-QHl s. q.Q:,
9. Q-Ktl 29. ICHsq.
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"The (Jreatest Hook In (he World" Is
the subject of W. I). llanctoffH address
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.Monday evening the directors meet
tit 7 o'clock and the quarterly meeting
of members follows at 8. Fifty-one ap
plications for membership will be act
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for Fred" Young, who will come Wed
nesday In the Sierra to succeed .Mr.
Some of the educational classes are,
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tiite a few more.
Thu moon moves round the earth
it 22i3 miles nn hour,
lleforo civilized man had heard nr
dreamed of It, Klckapoo Indian Oil
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curing tho aches and pains of tho Red
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