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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY, FED. 16, 1902.
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To Correspondents: Correct solution of Problem No. 3t received from
A. E. Cooley 1. Kt (B7) Q 6.
Wc regret that through un error the problem given last week should
rightly havo a white Pat K 2 Instead of n Black P at K B C.
PROBLI2AI NO. OS.
Composed for Suntlny Bulletin fiy MR. blUMUND GOLD,
WHITE AUTES IN TWO MOVES.
A somewhat refreshing styto of
gamo played In Frascr's Correspond
ence Tourney between Mr. A. Balsa
r, Tclgnmouth (late of HiitlderatH-ld),
and Mr. W. M. Brooke, Tunbrldgc W
ells. (B. C. M.)
QUEEN'S KNIGHT'S OPENING.
Score and Notes from Brighton So
Mr. A. Baker.
1 P K4
2 Kt QB3
3 B QB4
Mr. W. M. Brooke.
1 P K4
2 Kt KB3
3 Kt B3
x K P; 4 Q n B,
x K P ch, Q K 2,
Kt Q3; B Q
&c, with an equal game. In a
gamo at Hastings Mr. Plltsbury
played 3..., B Q Kt B, and won
through the later weak play of
Mioses; but the move In the pres
ent gamo Is considered better, and
is more favored. Just where tho
superiority of this move exists Is
so fine a point that It Is very dim
cult to prove.
4 P Q3 4 11 QKtB
B B Q2
White can also play B K Kt K 2
with safety, but Black by B... P
Q 3, or P Q 4, would obtain a
very good game. Mr. Tclchman
considers B K Kt K 2 unnatural
development, and prefers B K Kt
. B B x Kt
6 B X B 6 P Q 4
8 Q 115 8 Castles
9 Kt K 2 9 P K B 4
". Indcchry defending tne K
P, but leaving tho Kt pinned.
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10 Castles Q It 10 P Q Kt 4
An Interesting move. If
tho exchanges are effected to their
limit, the result Is slightly to
Black's advnntage. But Whlto
stopped short at the right moment.
11 BxP 11 KtxQB
12 KtxKt 12 Kt QB
13 B B4ch 13 K Rsq
14 R Q2 14 B Q2
IB P KR4 IB P KR3
1C Kt K 2
Intentional sacilflco of the Q. On
receiving this move. Black remarks
In his reply: "Surely you have
made a frightful blunder." To
which Whlto replied: "Not a blun
der, but only a chpss Joko." The
position in Its effects Is cry fa
miliar to most experienced players.
And Black's next movo shows ho
saw the joke!
16 B Ksq
17 R B3
18 Q Q3
19 P x Kt
20 Q R Kt sq
17 Q KtB
20 Q K sq
21 QR K2
22 Q R 5
23 Q R K B
24 KR Ksq
20 Q BB
27 R KSch
29 K R K 5
30 P B B
31 QR K7
21 B Q2
22 P R3
23 B Kt 4
2B Q B3
20 Q Kt3
27 K R2
29 Q R Q 3
30 R Q 2
32 R B3
to regain his lost Pawn, but it can
not now be managed; and he grace
33 P Q Kt 4 33 P Q R 4
34 P R3 31 K Kt3
35 R Q7 35 Resigns.
MI88 HELEN HAY.
Washington, Feb. C Helen liny,
eldest daughter of Secretary of Stnto
John Hay, nnd Payne Whitney of New
York, son of former Secretary of the
Navy Whitney, wcro married today at
noon nt the Church of the Covenant.
Tho wedding was the most notable
social event of the season In Washing
ton, being celebrated In the presence
of the highest officials. Including the
President nnd his Cabinet, and of what
Is recognized ns the best of New York
nnd New England society. The Hay
family litis been In mourning since the
death of Adclbcrt Hay, but for this
one day the mourning was put aside
and the wedding was celebrated with
all tho pomp and circumstance that
would have characterized It otberwUo
Presents Without Number.
Presents almost without numbci
have been pouring Into the Hay home
for tho last fortnight, nnd It Is be
lieved their number exceeds 400, many
being articles of almost priceless
value. But It has not been possible,
owing to the reticence of the family, to
obtain a complete list of theso prcs-
ents, though It is known that they In
elude houses und lands, a yacht. Jew
els, articles of vcrtu and art without
Tho bride was assisted by two maid?,
her sister, Alice Hay, and Dornt.)
Whitney, the fifteen-year-old sister of
the bridegroom. They wcro prettily
gowned In gray crepo de chene uiaJc
over white silk, and wore great picture
hats of white felt with large w"iltc (
osmen plumes, ino unuu wgm
neither jewels nor lace, and her toilet
was ono of extreme simplicity, consist-
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1115 ui . fcnii ui i',u, ,., e,.,,,i,
complctetl by a tullo veil caught In
place by a coronet of orange blossoms.
A beautiful feature of tho wedding
was the musical program, which had
been arranged by the Hay sisters.
Four of the six numbers were selec
tions from Wagner The music was as
follows: "The Pilgrim Chorus" nnd
"Tho Evening Stnr," from "Tnnnhnu
ser"; "The Processional March of the
Muster Singers," and tho prlzo song
from "Dlo Mclstcrslngcr
March," by Dudley Buck;
Sung," "Elsa Entering tho Cathedral,"
nntl the Introduction to the third act believed their destination was Thorn
and wedding music from "Lohengrin," asville. (In
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Antwerp., Feb. 2. Lieutenant von
Slegsfcld, a distinguished military
aeronaut, mado nn ascent at Potsdam,
Germany, today, with tho Intention of
reaching an altitude of 18,000 feet and
experimenting In artificial respiration.
He expected to land in Hanover, but a
strong gule carried him here In five
hours. He crossed tho river Scheldt
here, almost touching the masts of
Lieutenant von Slegsfcld and his
companion, Dr. I.lncke, mado desper
utn ffrtu in (itiMini- tlin linllnmi nt n
village named Zwyudrccbt. Llncke descendants of tho Bounty, while his
Jumped out of tho balloon when It was shipmates, ono of whom was J. At
fifteen feet from tho ground and wns klnson, now gatekeeper at Stcuart
slightly hurt. Lieutenant von Slegs-i street wharf, wero taken off by pnsa-
fold's foot caught In tho cordago nnilinR vessels. Three iycaiB ago Collin
he wus draggctl 200 yards,
Some peasants finally stopped the
balloon, but von Slegsfcld wns then
dead. Ills body was horribly mangled.
The balloon covered three miles In the
Washington. Feb. !. Great Britain
has announced her purpose to obm rv
tho policy determined upon li tin
United States with respect to tin re
turn to Chlua of that portion of ill-
Boxer indemnity width may 1- In t"t
ccbs of actual Injuries nnd expenses
ThU declaration is stated in U- n-poit
of Mr. Rockhlll, late Cuinmlfhluner to
China, which will be made puhlu In a
"Tho British Government propn-is
Mr. Rockhlll says, "to return to thu
- ... . . t..l ... I.ft
uuuiico cnminiueo ai auuiiem".
disposed of as tho powers decide any
balance of Its shaio of the ludeinnily
in oxccbs of tho adjusted claims
and a march, "Midsummer Night's
Dream," by Mendelssohn,
President Roosevelt 1 here.
Half nn hour before noon the church
mm, well filled with guests, nnd ns the
hour of 12 approached not a scat was
vacant. Admittance was by ticket
only. President Roosevelt came cnrlj
with Mrs, Roosevelt nnd his thvin-hter
Alice, On cither side of the Presiden
tial party were the relatives and Im
mediate friends of the bride and
groom, and close behind were the
mcmheis of the President's Cabinet.
The diplomatic corps was seated In
the center of tho church, the place of
honor being held by 1-orl Pauncefnt.',
the British Embassador, with tl,o In
dies of his family. Minister V,i Ting
Fjng anil his wlfo were prominent
figures among tho diplomatic body
which included the head or chirgo of
every one of the embassies ami mis
sions to Washington.
Bridal Party Arrives.
The orgnnlst was softly playing I he
prlxo song from "Die Melsterslnger"
as the hour of 12 struck. Immediately
tho soft notes gnvu way to the splen-
did refrain of the "Iohcngru wwV
.dlug march, and thu bridal pait n
tered the church and moved down the
aisle. Miss Hay leaned upon the arm
of her father and her maids followed
closely. Tho little party was preceded
by the ushers to tho platform, where
the bridegroom, with his beit nnn
stood In wnltlng. Dr. Tunis Hamlin
read the scrvlco and tho reapons.'s
wero mado In low but firm voices by
, uhui mine uhu kfuuui,
j Elaborate Wedding Breakfast.
The carriages of the brit.nl party
....... .I......... .ll.l.. , , 1. ,, . ..,
, were urivcu uirt'cuy ui int.- na real-
dence, where an elnbornto wcddln
breakfast hail been spread The
guests wcro limited much more closely
than In thu ntlmlssions to the church,
nnd besides the President, with Mr.
Roosevelt and Alice Roosevelt, the
fuccs at tho table were those of mem
bers of thu liny ami Whitney families,
college chums of the groom nnd Intl.
mate friends of the brltle. The ho-ifc
was artistically decorated with (lowers
nntl plants. Mr. and Mrs. Whltn-y k'ft
In a prlvato car on a short welding
tour timing the afternoon, and It Is
III IDS II A
San Francisco, Feb. G. For over
year II, C. Coffin, nu old man, hns been
trying to get homo to his wlfo and
eight children on Pitcalrn Island, and
Is no nearer than when ho began tho
attempt, though ho has traveled half
way around tho world. Coffin is a sail
maker on tho big British ship Sillier-
horn, which arrived a few days ago
from Liverpool, Nearly twenty years
ago hn was wrecked on Pitcalrn In tho
Stnr of Peace, and remained with tho
ramo hero for a trip In a missionary
hrlg, but upon wishing to return could
not find a vessel bound for his homo,
Ho expected to land from thu Sllhor-
horn on hor nutwnrd passage a year
ago, hut the ship's course, was not fa'
vnrablo. and he was tarried to Europe,
and Is back lieio again, looking for a
ehnnco to get home
Gonna & McTlgho, successors to Oa
ii'uru & Co., liquor dealers, 93 King st.
Aldcn Hlcctric "Mrlf
iwsorv Is ciur.mteed
.ill the curative nrntw
t rs of the cransivr bcl s imw sold by
Jo tors nnj druggists. It gives a very
'trone current ol electricity and s r.iciiv
(-..frill itnl It.iimil lit mivro. 1m .ill, a- f--....
be Ind troiii the undersigned only: no
.irents; nn discount. Circular frrc. Address
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we rcgVet that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
w nave now on sate lots In tne beautiful Puupueo Tract,
wnlsh contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
panes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
pM1'1' l.;'m''"T')fflwwn.i" j i i . --
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Mwnrnjer.
A CHANCE FOR THOSE DESIRING
A GOOD HOMESTEAD.
PAR RALE At n rensnnnhlo II en re. t
a freehold estate nt Walomau, near
Wnlohlnu. Tho property consists of
a substantially built nnd well-furnish-
ed house with a good water supply;
also cartshctls, servants' quarters, dl-
vlBlon fenceB for safe handling of cat -
tlo nnd 353 acres of land, H7 acres of All biock not appuco tor ty Marcn
tho land adjoins houso nntl thero Is a 1. 1002. will bo allotted to such stock
privllegu to securo lot ncres contlg- holders or others as may havo mado
nous. Thero is on tho land fenced
portions containing coffee, orange and
other fruit trees In bearing. All tho
lands aro nlongsldo or near to the Gov
ernment road. Nearly all the land has
substantial stono fences. With tho
abovo go all cattle, horses and pigs,
wagons, etc., etc. For particulars ap
ply to CHA8. MEINECKE,
Walohlnu, Kau, Hawaii.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
The partnership heretofore existing
between tho undersigned as advertis
ing specialists and publishers has this
day been dissolved by mutual consent.
All monies dun the firm or Scott &
Dougherty should be paid to Fred. J.
Scott, li whom all debts Incurred by
the Bald firm will ho paid.
Klti:i. J. SCOTT,
JAMF.S I).' DOUGHfiRTY.
Honolulu, Fi'orunry 1st, 1002.
Parties visiting Lahalna and tho Isi
and of Maul In general can securo suit
able conveyances nnd creful drivers
at tho PIONEER STABLES, Lahalna,
Island of Maul.
Commercial men will be carefully
looked after with suitable rigs-2055-3m
HAS NEW HE
Taioma, Feb. t Several sea car
tains sailing rcgulnrlv to Alaskan
portH bay that bovontl a doubt the Ja
pan current has cliangetl us course
during the past year or two nnd Is now
sweeping several hundred miles nearer
the Altisku coast lino than formerly
Captain Wallace of the steamship Cot
tago City tind Captain John O linen of
the Dolphin are quoted by Skugway
papers as holding this view. Marin"
men who recently reached Skagway
from the Aleutian Islands nntl ntho
fur northern ports express the same
Tho masters believe thnt a tremen
dous submarine disturbance t,ivuirjd
during tho fall of 1889. when the en
the western part of Alaska was tliuk-
en by earthquakes. Their theory Is
that a great Hiiliinarliit1 mountain lunge
wns thrown up at that time under
neutli the Japan current, with the re
sult thnt the current was dellected In
vvitrd the American shore. In nuppor
of this view they quote the fact that
the western toast of Alaska has been
more foggy during the past two years
than ever before mid thnt the cllmnto
has licui miith milder The change in
temperature has been qulto gradual
the maximum having been reached
Mils h Intel w lit n mild, rainy weather
has prevalltil throughout Western Al
aska, from Nome to Valdes.
'I In Trims-Alaska Coinpanv's expc
tlltltiii. u tilth made the clx hundred
mile pottage from the Yukon to llam
nia Hay. Cons Inlet, encduntered only
one storm Stverul rivers that it
eiu.ssftl wiri open, though usually
finzrn at this Benson (o n depth of
many (let The entile summer on I lie
Alaskan toast nas mild and rainy,
with n temperatmo similar to that of
Washington ami Oregon,
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. jt k
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourhts and
ISLAND OF MAU
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO, LTD.
Stockholders aro hereby notified
that by resolution of tho Board of ill
rectors tho remaining treasury stock,
.amounting to iw snares, is now onei-
cd for subscription at par.
Stockholders havo tho privllcgo of
subscribing pro rata of their present
. application for same.
Honolulu, February 1, 1902.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At nn Adjourned Annual Meeting of
the stockholders of tho Woodlavvn
Fruit Company, Limited, held on Feb
ruary 13th, tho following officers were
elected to servo for tho ensuing yoir:
Wm. G. Irwin President
W. M. Glffard ....Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Tlin abovo ofllcerH also to form tho
Hoard of Directors.
Secretary Woodlawn Fruit Co., Ltd.
PAIA PLANTATION MEETING.
By order of the Directors, tho An
nual Meeting of tho Stockholders of
Pala Plantation will bo held on Mon
day, February 24th, 1902, nt 10:30 a.
m., at tho orflccs of Aloxander & Bald
win, Ltd., Stangcnwnld building. Ho
nolulu. J. II. ATHKRTON.
Secretary Pala Plantation.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1902. 2070-td
HAIKU SUGAR CO. MEETING.
By order of tho Directors, the An
nual Meeting of tho Stockholders rV
tho Haiku Sugar Company will be.
held on Monday, February 24th, 1902,
nt 1ft a. m nt tho offices of Aloxander
& Baldwin, Ltd,, Stangenwald bund
ing, Honolulu. J. B, ATHKRTON.
Secretary Haiku Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th. 1902. 2070-td
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Exclusively
RILMOVhi) to now office, 1148 Ala
kea Street, upp. iinwnllnn Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 6:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to i-.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
HOURS ii a. n. to i. p.m..
i to i p. M.J i to I p. at.
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Lovo Building, Fort Street
Hourc, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 320.
Honolnlo Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and IirVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
niitil at dhnrtoat nntlco
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