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Owing to larcer factory facilities, can olfer every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in thc Islands.
FRESH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, POEA AND DUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
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Autos and Carriages
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OPPOSITE YOl'Nn HOTEI
They Have Arrived
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Kanai Wins Second
Polo Game From
Kauai polo tenm pla.xcd O.itiu to
defeat for the second time nt Kbcn
Low's arena jcstont.iy afternoon, In
a game which was fought mid fought
hard from start to llnlsli, and which
rioted with the score 2 1-4 to 2. At
all Btages, the gamo wns niijbody'a.
Kauai did not ride around the locals,
no was the case on Monday iifteinooii.
Team work mid a spirited lighting of
every turn of the jriiine characterized
the match, mul won the applause and
l l.o etithiistas.n ot tho smilll crowd
which wn3 lonl enough to the Bport
to nave collected ngain m mo granu . Tle mU accident of tho gamo
B,amI- iinicmntrd to little. Walter Dlllliig-
Kleiiilng, with his fast pony Mnl- hum's ponv fell under him, but nelth
let, mid Trcd. Angus pl.iyed great ' , ,. ll0IP0 waB ,mlcll lurt
games for Oahu. C. Ithc for tho Sam lljldwln umpired an ttnexcep
vlsltors w.m right tlicie nil the time, 'touai Kaine
and w.ih innhnlil) tho licit Individual .,... ij.,,,.,,., ot thc teams was:
pl.iver on thc Held. Mallet mid tho.
othcrH of thc Oahu liorecs formed nn
aggregation which would ho haul to
beat, and which douhtlcfa wns no
small f.iftor In helping thc locala to
held their opponent!) to a loe hcoio.
In fact. Oahu h.id tho host on thu
hoi re piopoHtlon, It peemed, whllo
ivntini nau tne dcbi oi ii in icain- j i,uuil close -when the whistle soun-w"r,i-
ded or when the hall went out of
In the llrst period. Kauai Btnrtcd Hy and Kntnl wnH not notlllcd.
oft with n tush, and though Oahu i TllcJ. ,.,,, 1Ilt lIl0 nrst E(),,, f()r
temporarily recovered the advantago .... lllr.lls ., .. ......, .... .,.,. -,.
Jhe lllce hrothera booh had the hall
going down the Held, and had put It
between the I'otts almost aa Koon an
tho crowd re.illied Hint the Ihlng
was coming. Nothing nunc wna do
ing In thla peilod. In the peionil,
Kim n I adopted the h.'iriin tactics. Been'-
inr rg-iln. after fouling riemlng. An-
;us nnd ,Malln-i had n bottle rnynl,
In which tho local man had tho host
of It. hut he failed to tcoro after ho
had the halt within shooting dis
tance ef the goal. Oahu fecoied nt
the mil of this period.
After Dillingham liad started
ir a n,,
JLvJLq jLArn j L4JL LO
Opp. Elks' 'Building-.
lilnirs oft In tlic tlilnt period, Flem
ing look (he sphere, mid with the
best strokes ot the R.imc, sent tt to
ward tlic goal. Ho narrowly missed
linking the most spectacular goal of
the whole two games, tho ball pass
ing just mitslde tho posts. Knunl
lusheil It down the Held, but DIIIIiir
h:iiii mill IVnl"(iii rescued It. mid
...., . ,..., ,..,.,. Jllst m,8Sa
'.cnrimr ti,o,i k'mml mi In lis frll
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work, anil, mrrjliig tho ball tho
length of the Held, scoicd nicely.
'this gate Ktiit.it their total scoie,
J goals, minis nan a lioiui lor inc
foul on Fleming, 2 1-2 points.
. Kauai vis on tlio defensive! nil
through the lint period. Oahu short
ly scored one goal, which ended this
feature! of the game. Kauai hail n
1-4 dcdmtc.l for n safety. Spectncu-
lar riding vis done through nil this
Oahu (Icmge Angus, (1. I'. Denl-
ho a, Walter Dillingham (captain),
and J. l'leming.
Kauai . Hlic, J. Jlnllnn, C. A.
Hire, Md C A. Dole. '
Knunl protested agnlnnt the drat
Boa, mi(,0 ,,y 0illul, A dlilnp
,,, , 10 ,, rr ,N,K.n n
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C. 1, c,
Tho Chili' re A. C has It sued n dtll
In tho Ki'lo tenni. The plujers from
the Celestlnl Klnlom think they eaii
tttlni tho Miipo'ic-c. Kollowlng I si (ho
chnllengo which has heen IfeuocI:
I Honolulu T It.. Jul 22nd. 100S.
Mr- ', K'nini Ciptaln Kclo ll.iso
nun i mi i" . .
Dear SI' -The undcrr Igncd. captain
of tho 'Ii.im lull loim or tho Chlneto
Athletic rhib hereby, chnllenges tho
Kclo team to a gamo of baseball to he
Thafs what we have always
stood for; thafs why we are
known as the
in Honolulu, as vell as on
the Pacific Coast, the name
of M. A.Gunst & Co., is a
Guarantee of Quality. Re
member That, when you buy
your Cigars and Tobacco.
AND SELL TO THE TRADE.
Corner Fort and King Sts.
Keio and Santa Clara
Cross Bals Next
Next Saturday nnd Sunday will
tee what should prove tho most In
teresting baschall which Is to bo put
up this scaron. Thc l'minlumo will
hook up with Kclo nnd tho Kama
with Santa Clam, while on Sunday
ono gamu will ho played, between
Kclo and Santa Clara.
This lilter gamo Is the ono which
tho crowd has been waiting to sec.
It Is tho meeting of tjio cream of two
continents, nnd Is the real thing In
international baseball. Iloth teams
aro full of ginger, anil arc allko In
that they are alert for every ndvnn
tngc which they can seize. When
they hook up, ns clean and close
baseball ns could bo pla)cd ought to
As for tho Saturday gntnes, I'una
hou ami Santa Clara aro picked ns
winners, but this Is by no means nn
assured thing. Kclo men play better
ball as tho time goes on. And the
Kama should como In nnd enpturo
something. If they refrnln from
throwing the thing nway"
An olllccr, rjullc covered with unl
crslty diplomas, was recently sent
to Morocco. On arrival ho found his
collcngiies ot tho staff nnd with his
hand nt his cap presented himself as
"C.iptln X., doctor of letters." A
oung olilccr stepping out from tho
gioup saluted thc newcomer mid
said, coolly, "Lieutenant 'A. with n
rcrtlllcato of primary studies."
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plaved after the regular series of Iho
Til.mgle l.caguo or nt such tlmo to he
Tiiibtlng to receive n favorable re
ply from you n soon ns possible, 1 beg
Yours very truly,
(Sgd.) Ctll I1UI FARM,
Captain C. A. C.
Additional Sports on Page 7
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is making the Best Home-made Bread
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