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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Jr. T- SATUItDAV. NOV. 9. IQOt.
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Solution of Problem No. lift 1. UK I.
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The following gamo was contested
In the East vs. West match of the
N. C. C. A. between J. S. I). Hop
kins of Durango, Colo., and II. W.
Harry, of Boston. NotcH by Mr. Har
GAME NO. 53.
1 P Q4 1 P (4
2 P QI14 2 PxP
One would like to see this gam
bit more often nccepted In ama
teur play over the board, but In
correspondence play It Is safer de
clined. 3 P K3 S P-KI
I llxl' I PxP
r, P x P 5 II (J 3
Tills move seems at least as ef
fective as the usual method of de
veloping tho K Kt first and then
tho K II, as In the text books.
6 (J Kt 3 U (J K 2f
7 II K 3 7 11 KtRf
This maneuver was based iiikiii
the non-development of white's K
Kt, but If correctly met should re
suit unfavorably for black. 7....
Q U3 followed by Kt K 2 and
and CaBtlcs was better.
8 Kt H 3 8 Kt K II 3
iixi't o K-qi
Hero castles, or Kt K1I.1, was
strong play for wRIte. To the
former bluck replies H KH 1 (and
then Kt JH3!), to the latter,
Kt Kt 5.
10 Kt Ktu
Mr. Hopkins hero remarked that
this move would probably "lead
to interesting complications." How
ever, It was better to taku advan
tage) of black's undeveloped queen's
K 1. etc.
castle, follow cil by II
12 ( 112
13 (J (J 3
II Kt KII3
IS Q K 2
piles Kt 113 !
K r.f K, DxKt
11 Kt Ql!3
12 11 K1
13 P K Kt 3
11 II-KI1 I
II KKto. black t
Q x II ! nnd black
lfi Q K
17 Oil II I
Tho only move was KH QUI
I) Kt.1t- loses at once, though tiiu
attack remains powerful.
17 II xll
nnd white resigned here, for If 18
I x It. Q Qt7; 19 K Ql, Kt II
7: 20 K Kl, QxIH; 21 K X Kt.
Q x It, and wins, with a rook to the
Chicago, Oct. 21. -alx hundred busi
ness firms were icpresemcd at the
annual banquet of tho Illinois Manufnc-
liners Association, wnicn was nem
this evening at thu (Irand Paclflc Ho
tel. There wns hut one set speech on
the program for tho oenlng. nnd that
was by John A. Knsson of Iowa, tho
diplomat and tariff expert, who spoka
Kasson entered at length Into tho
history of reciprocity, but perhaps the
most Important section of the speech
dealt with the practical results to b
expected irom tho treaties penning be
fore the Senate, Ho said there was no
objctlon to ony of these treaties
cept In the rase of Jamaica, where Cal
ifornia objected to the 20 per cent
reduction on oranges. This was most
unjust, he said, because the Dingle;
tariff on oranges was three times high
er than eer before, and the duty un
der the treaty would bo twice as high.
and, In addition, the Jamaica crop did
not compete with the California prod
net, being marketed at a different sea-ton.
Knsson undertook to answer the
criticism that the concessions obtnln-
ed by the United Stated from France
Mere Insufficient, and he reminded bU
nudlencc thnt thero are two parties to
n treaty. Kasson pointed to somu
cry present dangers to our export
tiade owing to the threatening attitude
of Kurope. He said thero had been
too much national bragging about our
national expansion. Increasing Kuro
pcan alarm, nnd many countries were
now preparing for retaliation.
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REPORT FOR OCTOBER
Only Eleven Samples of Milk Below
Par in One-bundled and
Food Commissioner H. C. Shoroy
found ninety-nine snmples of milk ex
amined, by him In October to bo "up
tn or above) standard." Ho found elev
en hampleS'below standard, tnrce Do
ing from K. Corea and one each from
f Three samples of cream wero found
li contain from 21 to 23 per cent but
ter fat and to be freo from preserva
A sample of ointment claimed to
hove the property of reducing flesh
In any portion of tho body to which It
was applied wns found to bo composed
of lanolin, potassium Iodide and so
dium hyposulphite. The claim is ci
A sample of brundy wns examined
I01 lusll oil, and found to contain u.07
I er cent, n very small amount
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Washington. Oct. 23. The recent
fctrlko In Han Kranclsco haa retlvc-d
tho ngllatlon for building and equip
ping warships at United States navol
nrds. During the recent strike on thu
I'nciflc Coast tho Army authorities
were much embarrassed because nev
er n I transports were held up In private
rhlpyo.rds on account of the htrlke.
Navy yard otllcers submitted n bid
for tho contract of making repairs ou
thu transports, but tho work was given
tn a private llrm. While corructlon
on Government work at the Navy
yards proceeded without Interruption
(luring tho strike, the men engaged at
I private plants went out for a loug pe
riod of time, greatly dclalng the com
pletion of repairs to the transports.
I Heprcscntatlvo John J, Fitzgerald
of llrookbn nnd Representative Jacob
I Huppert of New York called on tho
riesiuent tins morning lor tho pur
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A complaint regarding tin quality
! water1 used In making poi In a pot
(.hop in Mnillill was Investigated nnd
while It wns found that the water wm
lint so bad as represented to lie, it will
binr watching during the rainy season.
'Iho water, which comes from n shal
low well nt tho loot or tho hill below
the church, gave on partial analyst
the lollowlng llgures:
Total Solids :ii!4.uoo
l-'ri'e Ammonia O.1S0
Albuminoid Ammonia . .. O.lCii
Tho water on this shotting Is not
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Olympic Catsup, fiom I.en Cluing.
Aii)luni road, was found to be prcserv
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Ono samnlo of sausage, already par
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horae-flesh nnd no evidence of tho
luesence of such found.
Ono samplo of olive oil, found to bo
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