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EVENING DtJLLETIN. HONOLULU. T H. miDAY, JAN. 24. 1908.
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1018 NUUANU NEAR KINO
"HAWAir7 OFFICIAL NAME
At a mcctlns of the Yncht Coin-mlt-too
last nlRlit. the triina-I'nclflc yncht
wog oinclnllj' given the nnmo "Hn
wnll," mid nil if the donorn to tho
yncht fun will ho no notified Tho
China, Hawaii, Japan
And U. S, Army
A challenge has been Issued to tho
Chinese Aloha Chili fur u same ot
liuselmll by tho rrnck team from
Camp Shatter on Chinese N'cw Yeur'u
In), In ho pin) eil ut Aula I'nrU nnd
It lie now up to tho Chinese Alohna
to accept. The tcati), from Camp
Shnftcr Is under the captaincy of V.
.i llalcmati, and he fttnted that his
bo)H know tho national game as well
a h any other of tho teninu plnylns in
the amateur leasues hole. If tho
(hallciiRe la accepted by tho Chinese,
le.un the public (if llDiuilllliJwlll bo
ti cited to a good game.
Captain llatPinan is anxious to on-lei-
the Itlrersido l.eaguo next sea
Mia, whlrh innile such a good uliow
lug hint yeai. It this Is possible, this
eagu." can boast that it will be the
first league. pcr organized on fho
'ace of the eaith with teams lcpie
tentlng China, Hawaii, Japan and
I nele Sani'3 army, of which fact Ho
Milulu may well bo proud. It will
be the first International league ever
I "Vengeance shall be mine," tliun
I del eil Sir Knight (ieorgo O'Neill. "I
I shall be awnged," he repeated, mil
ling ills trusty filend Iliichley to his
"Them as what say I can't play
tho ancient game of golf shall ho
showed and the) shall soon Baw,"
iimtli tlui valiant knight. And
straightway ho despatched the afore
said trusty amicus with a fierce chal
lenge, leading something after tho
fashion or this:
"Will you (or will jou not) nnd
V. II. .McClellan have the courago to
r.ico It. .1. lltichley and myself on tho
field of battle at tho Country Club on
Sunday morning next, tho fight to be
for a wager? ltespondezo b'11-vous
Immediately on the receipt ot
which tho noblo Mac sent the fol
lowing witty answer:
And so It has como to pass that
theio will bo a foursome match at
tho club links Sunday morning bo
twefii tho above-mentioned members
of Ye Anclont Order of Hot Air Ws
lenseis. Hear yo! Hear ye! Hear ye!
Thcro will bo a foursome match
play at tho Country Club noxt Sun
day morning beginning nt 10' o'clock.
Two prUes lire offeicd for tho win
ners, and, as it is nn open match,
thero should ho some warm competi
tion. ' Tho entiles will closa at tho
Country Club-house Sundaytniornlng
at 10 o'clock. The fact that this
match was being talked of wns an
nounced exclusively In tho llullo
1 1 n yesterday.
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London, Jan. 13. Sir Thomas Up
ton, now visiting In Co; Ion, mnouucod
today that ho would islullengo for nn
other rnco for tho America's cup In
1909, according to a dispatch to tho
Central News from Its correspondent
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Ynlo will not "send her basoball
learn booth this spilng, hut tho Cast
er vacation will bo given to piactlso
on tho home diamond.
Only One "BROMO QUININE"
That is I.AX'ATIVK I1KO.MO. Qui
nine. Used the world over tcTcuro
Colds in Ono Day. E. W. Grove's
signature on lmx. Made by PAULS
MKDICINIi CO . Saint Louis, U. S.
mooting wns enlloil to transact yacht
cluli luiBlnoRs. hut a Kent-rat dUcim
Dion of the trail' jl'.ielflc rnco took
llnce Tho date or tho annual ban
quet of tho Yacht Club waB decided on
as tho 29th of this month.
A Good Exhibition Of
The Scottish Game
The opening game of tho Intcr
bcliolastlc (.ocker season will be
plnjed this afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the Maklkl Held between the High
School nnd Kamchanicha teams, lloth
teams liuvo been practicing dally nnd
loprcbent the pbk'of tho men who
for tho last mouth h.-rve been turn
ing out dull). tr lag to make the
The. eleven fiom the High School
who have succeeded In getting the
coveted positions aie: Monsarrat, cl;
Sam White, rf. Dwight, If; Itlcc, rw;
Mnrcalllno, Iw; ii. Turner, chb;
Chllllngworth. rlili; K. Davis, Ihli;
It. Ulllllnnd, Itb; K. Andrews, rf'j;
I O. lllackman or Alllolnnl Col
lego will referee the game. A deter
mination has been expressed by the
players to begin the game on tthed-
n lo time, u thing which tho lutcr
Echolastic nthletcs hnvo not as yet
been alilo to do, games beginning lu
tho past from a half to a full three-
quartorH' t jm hour after BchcJulc
a j: n
llesldcs other attractions on
Washington's Ulithday, lovcis of tho
Kunie of golf will have an opportu
nity lo watch or play lu a special
racdal play tournament which Is now
being arranged by tho Country Club.
Different from the other tournaments
the medal match will score by strokes
rather than by holes, and this alono
should niako tho match vory Interest
ing. Kntrles clo30 nt 1:30 on Wash
ington's Birthday at tho club, nnd a
lai ge number of enthusiasts are ex
pected to ho on hand.
A comniittco of the lady members
of the club will hold afternoon tea
ilinlng tho play, and till ladles and
Irlcnds of tho club are extended a
coidlal Invitation to spend tho after
noon In the country. Two prizes nro
offered for tho winners in tho tour
nament. This meet has been specially nr
langed for tho benefit of those who
do not euro to play on Sunday, and
lot tills rearou It Is expected that the
iiumuor of entries will oxceed that of
iny other of tho club matches,
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Tho drawings for tho men's dou
bles tennis tournament, which will
be played tomorrow afternoon on tho
courts of tho lloietanln Tennis Club,
icsultcd as follows: W. I. Hoth and
V. 12. Steero will play against D, V.
Anderson nnd C, H. Oeorgo; A, T.
Ilrock and W. Williamson va. W h.
and Cleo. Warren; 0. It. and H. A.
Cooke vs. C. O. Ilockus and A. J,
l.owioy; l' C. Athertou and II. Cl,
Dillingham vs. It. 11. Ttlotow and S.
Kennedy; J. T. Waterhouso nnd 1J.
Castlo vs. It. G. "U, l''orster nnd I.
Hniwood; W. II. llahbltt und II. D.
Mead vs. II. II. llooth and 8. S. l'eck.
Play will commonco nt - o'clock,
no special order has been m a do for
the matches, tho first players on tho
courts will start tho tournament, but
all players must show up duilng tho
afternoon, othorwlso n default will
count us two sets In favor ot tho
opponents of tho defaulters. 'The re
mit of tho tournniuent will bo de
tci mined by tho number ut bets won
and lost by tho ;lx teunis from each
ol tho clubs. All tho matches will
bo best two out of three sets. All
fi lends of tho playcis and lovcis of
Ihu gaino lu general aio airdlally In
ltcd to attend.
in NAVY BLUE, WHITE and
and BROWNS. Sizes G to 12
ALSO A FULL DISPLAY OF
, SHEETS, PILLOW CASES, BLANKETS, COMFORT
ERS, OIL CLOTH, TOWELS, TABLE PADDING, ETC.
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
THURSDAY, JAN. 23,
GLADYS KINGSBURY -IN
UNDER SEALED ORDERS
Trick Bicycle Riders.
BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 27,
"WHEN HER SOUL SPEAKS"
25, 35 and 50o
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
Thero will bo romctliing swell In
the costumo lino nt tho masquerade j
ualt which tho Chinese Athletic Club
win glvo on the evening of Feb. 1 at
S o'clock nt the K. of P. hall to cclo- '
bruto tho Chlncso New Year. In-'
lending lnnsqueradci's nro nt present ',
Laving n busy tlmo prepaiing all
kinds of lino nnd fancy garments, '
(hero being a prospect of something
especially stunning lu the lino ot j
Chinese robes. Thero will ho threo
prizes awarded, two for tho most j
uiiglnnl and ono for tho best comical
character, und thero are many who
aio making strenuous bids for a
sharo In thebo honors. Tickets nd-1
mlttlng n lady and gentleman aro bs-1
lng sold at ' fifty cents each, tho re- j
celpts to bo spent for tho bcnellt ot
the club. ' i
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Paris, Jan. 13. Henry Knrmnn, tho
French aeronaut, won tho Uoutschoj
Deacon pr!.o of J1O.C00 today by1
making n circle within n kllometro In,
mi airship heavier thnn air. Tho buc-
cessful (light v.ns inudo In tho pros-'
cncn of a oommltteo of tho Aero club. '
Tho tlmo wus 1 niiuuto and 2S stconds.
Farmnn's feat was accomplished in
a brilliant nnd ImnrcKslve inanncr.
Cotton, Union and All-Wool
from 75c upwards a pair
Full-Sized Comforters,$2.50 to $4
Honeycomb and Marseilles
Spreads, from $1.20 to $4.75 ea.
IL. B. Kerr &, Co.,
Fancy Mixtures of GREYS
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Xi PASSENGERS ARRIVED A
11 H 5 X K M tf it JC ;t JC X il A M ;(
Per V. S. A. T. Crook, Wllllnms,
.Inn.. 24. Mrs. .1. h. llarrett, Miss
Clrnco P. Uhncr, Mrs. 1, M. Ucnnctt,
(loorgo I) Uomford, II. II. Howie, Chas.
Hrajlley, John II. Drown, Mrs. A. I).
Urltton, Harry Chance, .Mrs. N. A.
Clayton and 2 children, M. P. Croiiln
nnd wife, Charles N. Farrier, William
.1. Foley, Mrs. V. It. Gardner nnd son
J Y. Hamilton and wife, A. S. Has.
kins, C. F. Juncmanti, David Lyons,
1C. A. Mncklln, wlfo anil sou, George
L. Marlon, C. Meyers, Walter S. Hit
dolph, It. McA. Bchoflcld, Zonas A.
Sherwiu, D. D. Shortllilge.r. It. Slono,
wlfo and a children, T. W. Smith,
Joseph C. Thompson, Mrs. Thompson
li. O. Tiowbrldge, wlfo nnd son, J. It.
Van Horn, Otto Werner, Mrs. II. W.
Rioddnrd, Frank M. Savage, II. E.
Lackey, wife and child, Placldo Florcs,
fiasco Punoplo, John Dorosch, .ou
Cohen, Charles J. Isloy, J. F. Woods,
wlfo and 3 chltdicn, f9 onlisted men
U. S. Army, 10 enlisted men U. S. N.
and Marino Corps, 12 miscellaneous
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Temperatures C n. in., CC; S a. in.,
70; 10 n. m., 74; noon. 70; morning
llarometer, 8 n. m., 30.13; absolute
humidity, S n. in., E.1S7 grains per
cubic foot; relative, humidity, 8 a. in.,
C5 per cent; dow poiut, 8 a. m., .17.
Wind G n. in., velocity G, direction
N. n.; 8 a. m., velocity G, direction N
C; 10 it. ni., velocity G, direction S.
W.j noon, velocity S, direction S,
Ilntnfall during 24 hour3 ended 8 it.
ni., .00 inch.
Totnl wind movement during 24
hours onded ut noon, 1S4 miles.
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Tho flight took place over a Held at
Issy, flvo miles southwest of Paris.
With tho preliminary run of a hun
dred yards tho aeroplano had risen
to n height of 12 or IB foot before It
reached tho stalling point. Then,
ulth outstretched wings it sailed away
across tho field at a height ot from
23 tb 30 feet, golug nt the rato of 21
mllCH pu hour. As tt approached the
outer mark It described a graceful
curvo, descending slightly tho while.
Tho tin n wns completed successfully
The wind righted tho machine and tho
ucioplano camo sailing homo on an
oven keel. As It parsed tho finish
mnik I'.unian cut oft tho power and
tho machine descended lightly to tho
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