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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11.. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2$, 1903
there was a Man who
Meant Well and Tried
Hard. He had a Large Family and a
Small. Income, and his Wife had a very
Expensive Disease called Social Aspira
tions. His Firm wanted to Promote him,
but his Glu,m Visage had a Depressing
Effect upon Customers, and they
couldn't Afford to do it. He was
Soggy and Heavy-Eyed after' lurjch,
and the Funeral Advertisement be
neath his Bonnet gave People the
Doctor said, " Incipient
r-r t-v 11 -tii tr
fspepsia. l en uoiiars. 1 ne ivian
said, " What's the Use?"
"he Firm said nothing; they sent
him a Christmas Present. Ij: was a
Case of bottled P r i m o Beer, marked
"A Glass with Meals."
Next month he got his Promotion.
Moral: If your Internal Anatomy
is Disturbed, try a Glass of Primo
Beer with your Meals.
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YOU NEVER SAW CURIOS IN SAMOA LIKE YOU WILL SEE AT THE
J. W. Shirk Is planning to drive an
Anlairn from Loi Angeles to tho City
of Mexico. Ho Is anxious to secure In
formation regarding tho condition or
tho roads, and tho route which It would
bo best to take. He will be accompa
nied by two mining men, and sajs hQ
will mako tho attempt li more is so
much as a wagou road over which to
B 8 B
Tho Freshmen football squad of tho
University of California was reduced
when Trainer Voltz had six "babies"
turn In their suits for violation of tho
training rules. Tho men uttendod a
sorority dance In Ban Kranclsco and
did not get homo before 10:30 o'clock,
tho hour set for bedtime.
Alexander Lundqulst will henceforth
have chargo of tho Yacht ClubV squad
ron at Pearl Harbor. Somo time ago
It was announced that u competent
man vjvould bo placed In chargo of tho
craft and Lundqulst was tho man
Tho Walajua bascball.club is contln
ulng to add scalps figuratively speak
Ing to Its glrdlo also figuratively
(.peaking. Last Sunday tho Ewa plait'
tatlon plajcrs vvero taken Into cam))
at Walalua to too tune or 7 to 2.
Tho Alilolant College team meets
tho Ranld Transit players on Alltotunl
field this afternoon for a practice gamo
of soccer. (
LIHUE, Kauai, Oct. 24. The men
who aro to serve as grand und trial
jurors at the No ember term ot the
Klftli Circuit Court were drawn last
Thursday and tie found to be:
Grand Jurors I. K. Hart, J. H.
Kounl, C. II. Jennings, A. D. Hills,
A. C. Orthmaun V. Mahn, II. A.
Jaeger, II. Kellncr, E. Cropp, B. J.
Morgan, I'. CnrUr, Hell Kapu, II.
Woltors, C. II. Gtny, W. Schieber, A.
Oandall,. LL. Mann, II. C. Sheldon,
Joaquin Sputa, Jae. Hdwards.
Trial Jurors Oeo. urandt, John
It. Teves, A. I'-iiihnm, II. Muller, D.
Kane, V. Knlav.. K. Nielsen, John
Louis, M. Krl.u, Phillip Rice, John
Vlctorlno, Ed, L'islia, J. D, Aruda, h.
Hose, A. J. Uvw.ara, Geo. K. Moote,
G, K. It. llukcr, E. K. Mahlum V.
Mobher, A. K JUbalau, Philip Holt,
Henry Peters Ji,, Joo Rodrlgues, A,,
Kruse, J. And) edit, J. Urandt.
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Italian Fete Will Enliven Things
Early Next Month Spectacular Fea
ture Will Ri7ol Those of Famous
Carnivals of Old World Electricity
A mojt original and unique fcto
will be held at WnlklKI on November
7, when the Outrigger Cnnoo Club
will gho a canoeing and surf-boarding
carnival. The sports will tnko
place In the lagoon between the Sea
side and Moana Hotels, and will be
of exceptional lr.tert.st.
The function will In reality bo an
old-world cam I Mi I transplanted to
the South Seas and given with new
vvdrld trlmmlng3. With tho gor
geous Honolulu night to work In, tho
arrangements rcmmltteo wilt be ablo
tn provide an entertainment which,
for beauty and originality, will far
surpass the first part of tho program,
which will bo l.eid during the after
noon. Among the most spectacular events
will be the races, during the evening
hours, of canoes outlined with elec
tric lights. A tlorage battery will
be placed in thu Cow of each craft
and the water will havo the appeal
ance of a magic fctrenm washing the
shores ot a fairy Island.
Surfboards will also be equipped
with storage batteries und will be
sent flying through tho dashing
breakers like MitultB of liquid lire.
During tho evening n catamaran
will be anchored off the beach and
flrcworkB will be sunt up for tho
benefit of the w;.ttchcrs on the shoie.
In many particulars tho event will
resembio tho famous Itnllnn fete,
held annually at Lucerne, but fea
tures will be Introduced here which
would be out it the question at the
Swiss spa. "i
In uddltlon to the surf-boarding
und canoe raclug contents some of
them for the men and some for the
boya rthcro will bo a luau, dances,
and other amtUcments. There will
bo lels in plenty a kahuna will tell
tho fortunes of those who are reck
less enough to peer into the future,
and thrro wilt-bo ranoo rides on tho
lako for thosa who may not enro to
take part In the races.
Admission to tho grounds ot tho
club will be free, but a charge of 50
cents wlil bo made for tickets to tho
dances at the Seaside 'and Moana
Hotels. Tlckntn are on sate at tho
Ilergstrom Music Company's Btoio
and at Wall, Mthols Co.
Tho list of patronesses for the
event will be announced later.
REILLV AND SMITH
mjMjf MEET BLRE
That there will be a match between
Charles llellly and Frnnklo Smith In
this city early in December seems
tolerably certain. Tho boys have
been offered a pulse of MOO and their
steamship fare to come back about
that time and Smith has accented.
Rellly has also cgreed to come unless
ho finds some Mi? money waiting for
him on the Co.itt.
Rellly, Smith, and Joe Leahy will
sail today on tho Alameda for tho
mainland. Local fans will be sorry
to see the lads depart, but tho Knowl
edge that they are likely to return
In the very ner: tuture will bo somo
balm to their ferllngs. There is no
doubt but that a match between Rell
ly and Smith would prove a great
drawing card lure. s
WILL BOOST TENNIS
Stanford Unl-crslty, Calif, Oct.
14. Tennis en'hustaats are going to
make a great effort to put thcli fa
vorite pastime on a firm footing this
year with tho idtu of developing tho
game here so, (hat better showings
will bo mado in Tuture, intercollegi
ate contests with tho University ot
California. The members ot the ten
nis Llub plan to hold several tourna
ments during the year and to havo
San Francisco cracks visit the cam
pus qulta ofton. The club member
ship Is to bo Inci eased and It Is plan
ned to havo new courts constructed.
B B H
DEATH BLOW TO RACING.
Lexington. Ky., Oct. 15. What Is
regarded by n majority of racing men
as tho dnath blow to racing In Kentuc
ky, If thu couits uphold the action, was
struck jesteiday afternoon by tho
Statu" Racing Commission when It
adopted a resolution refusing to Inter
fero with tho system of betting In
force. Paris mutual sjstcm which I"
In voguo Is a failure us fur as jloldlng
tho tracks revenue. ,
) . b a
Abo Attell Is out with a challengo to
take on Rattling Nelson In a twent)
tlve round bout and if ho survives that
meeting is' willing to tako Ovvuu Mor
on .on In.a fight to a finish that Is
SOON JO ARRIVE
Local Chinese Make Great
His Royal Highness Prince Thai
Shou ot tho Chinese Uovcrnn.cnt,
Special Knvoy to tho President of the
United States, .',111 arrive In the Mon
golia Nov em Mar I'.ltli, official news
to this effect having been received
by the Chinese Consul here. TKo
Prince will bo accompanied by Chung
Mini Yew, tht new Chinese Minister
to Washington. Included In the roy
al Biilto are nineteen secretaries und
one Interpreter end fifteen Btudeut
who will enter American colleges.
Some ot then will go to England
to enter EnglUh universities.
Prince Thni Shou Is the second son
of Prince Chin, one of the nearest
lelatlves of tho l.'inperor. The Prince
goes to Washington to personally give
tho Imperial Chinese thanks to Pres
ident Roosevelt for tho kindly act In
rescinding the Indemnity nsscscd on
tho Chinese Government. At Waslr
Ington the Prince, together with the
new Chinese Minister, will bo pre
sented to tho Piesldcnt by Minister
Local Chinos are arranging for
an elaborate reception to be tendered
the Hojal party. At the wharf the
distinguished usts will be met by
Chinese Consul ami staff and tho Chi
nese commute?, consisting of G. Kim
Kook, C. K. Al, Ycc Chin, Chans Sal,
and Tong Kau.
Aside from tho official reception
to be given either at tho Chlneso
Consulate or at the Young Hotel, the
Prince ami his Milte will be entertain
cd at tho Chinese United Society on
King strcot, where light refresh
ments will be served. At tho Chi
nese Consulatu the royal party will
be dined. After that tho gucste will
bo taken to points of Interest. It Is
not jet known whether the National
Ounrd of Hawaii and tho band will
be ordered out c receive tho Prince,
At any rate, lliotc In chargo of his
tcceptlon aro doing their best to ex
tend a rovul Welcome to the guest.
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Additional Sports on Page 10
FROM KAUAI SCHOOL
Superintendent ot Public Instruction
Babbitt has received tho report of an
Inspection of tho Walmca, Kauai,
school. Over thrco hundred pupils
vvero examined there by thu govern
ment phslclan. Dr. Sandovv, and the
following report Is mado by Principal
Pauline Omsted. Out of tho three
hundred, 10 wero suffering with con
junctivitis, ono with catarrh of tho
noso nrftl cars, 5 with catarrh of tho
ears, ono with swollen glands, 4 with
bores on tho legs, 45 vvero vaccinated,
and 13 were rovacclnatcd.
There Is hardly a day pisses that
home now illustration of tho need of
medical Inspection in tho schools is
not brought to tho attention of Mr.
Uahbltt. Ab ct only n few of tho
schools havo been given a thorough
examination, but tho government ph
slclans aro getting Into their work
now and reports aro expects to conio
In right along.
Hound from Seattlo for Manila with
a cargo of miscellaneous supplies, tho
U. S. Army transport Ulx arrived Mils
morning shortly after 7 o'clock. Tho
DIx called In for coal and will tnko on
800 tons before continuing on her way.
I.lcut. llurus D. Clark of the Third
U. S. Infantry Is transpoit quarter
master In chargo or tho Dix, whllo the
sailing master Is Gcorgo Ankers. The
Ulx carries freight only, no troops
over being sent to tho Philippines on
Tho cargo of tho DIx this trip con
sists largely of forago for army stock
In tho Philippines. Tho other sup
plies aro of a general chaructor. no
Miiinunmnn uemg carried.
Tho Dl xmado tho trln from Snnttln
hero In nlno daj s, encountering pleas-
urn weainer nil or tho way. Coaling
win ocgin at onco and tho ship will
probably leave for Manila somo tlmo
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Invitations, in the best of form
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Tho haughty heiress was In u rage.
"Leave my lucicnco," she stormed.
"or I shall make jou quail." The Im
pecunious nobleman smiled. "I'm not
particular about tho quail, mHs," he
icniarked, "I'd bo satisfied with i
Abdul Aziz has disbanded his ar
my. Captain Ilobson should not ov
erlook this opportunity to pick uu
somo first-class fighting men for hla
war with Japan, Denver Itepubll
A largo and representative uudlence
turned out last evening to hour tho
Duchly violin recitnl at Chas. 11. Hlslj
op Hall, Punahou, und tho entertain
mont proved to bo ono of tho most de
lightful local events that havo taken
nlaco for many seasons. Mr. liuchly
demonstrated fully that ho 1b an artist
LAND FOR HOMES
Three To Five Acres
Asked By Men On
Over In Ka-u, Hawaii, near tho Wat
ohlnu district, thcio nro u lot ofauld
Hawaiian'! who nio not afraid to set
tle down on government land witlf tho
prospect of losing It If thoy do not
nbldo by a flvo or teujrear rosldenco
agreement. A number of these havo
mado application to Land Commission
er Pratt for small tractn nf lnml mi
of brilliant technique uud depth or wi,c, tll0J. cim uu,t their homes and
tone. live for tho rest of their lives. Thero
Of tho numbers tho Polonaise wat, nro about twenty applicants for land
given with brilliancy and dash, al icr0i nn,i froin calculations prepared
though the plnjor suffered a little In in tho Land Commlssolnor's oIHce, they
tho beginning with nervouaneba. which uiii i)0 ttiVCii nnvwhoro from 30 tn r,n
entirely dlsupitearcd as the number acres each.
progressed, and ho nnlshed In a man-, Cowbojs at Wnlmca, Hawaii, havo
ner which captured tho uudlejico com- lso mado application for small tiacts
pletoly. of land on which they can build homes
Tho Wlcnlawasky Legcndo was ion- and keen a small canlen. Thuro inn
dered with a throbbing tono through- twenty or thirty or these wild horse-
out tho haunting melody, while tho bnck riders who want a small plot ot
middle movement was broad and ground of from three to flvo acres,
noble. and this matter will be taken ii( im-
Of the other WIcnlaWBkl numbers mediately by tho Land Commissioner,
tho nomanco was perhaps tho most Mr. Pratt thinks that this Hawaii
pleasing, tho beautiful melody In. tho mountain land contains somo of tho
accompaniment being brought out to finest sjiorts In tho Territory,
its full depth of meaning by Mis. Peck,
who has never shown to better ad- "RAM" TM-COLOR TEAMS PLAY
vnntase than in this number. Tho last .
four numbers wero striking, In con- Tvvo o tho Ulree Knmchnuielia
oMhortlst "raatllltr School teams, tho'lllues and the lleds.
Tho Schunian Traumerel fairly held "H"""' bats nn Ulc 8cho' nipus
tho nudlunca spollhound, wWlu thu yesterday aftei:ioon while menibcra
plalntlvo melody bieathod through tho of tho thiid team, tho Whites, sat
hall and showed the power or the vlo- around as highly Interested specta
linlst In drawing a pure. i'laiiU"li,io tors
h!0-'.'1' l;Iea8l,ie' 'u"sn f a Th0 Bamo w, a very ,ntorCBtlng
different character, was tho canzonet- .. , .... .
ta which was given with a dal.itlu.s one throuliou.. both players and
which was oxqulslto In Its simplicity, spectators havlir In thought tho
Tho Musln Mazurka was glvm looked-for luau which President
with a lm and dash tlflit wit eon- Home will give tho visitors. Tho
1ndng although it was noticeable Uiucs won out In the last Inning by
that ono of tho strings was beginning hnrd batting, rollcvving Is tho scoio:
to fray. " " . , . .
Tho Hungarian Danco was 'played , . ; ',
with a nro and abandon that reiuin 1- nluca 0102012-R
od ono of tho vivacity of tho Slavonic Ueds 0 2 10 0 115
musicians. i Umplie: Hcv Mr. Hopwood.
Mrs. Mackall was nover heart to Tollowlng s tho standing of tho
bettor advantage and shared tho lion- teams to date
ois of tho evening. Her Liszt ii-jiij. p w
bor, although perhaps not so well n . r' V .,'
understood by many or tho uudlenci UCU3 '' " ,
as her later moio popular selccll ins. Whites t..... D 1 I
was given with a dramatic povvor Ih'it Dlues S 2 3
was entiirainng. Her thrco Rutillilil
congs delighted the audience and tho
Golero of Ardlttl can led tho hcaiwis
by Btorm. She was forced to ren in.l
to nn encoro, which sho did giacbii-j-ly
by singing Gounod's Sercnado Uli
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as an accompanist and tho difficulty
of tho numbers brought out her swing.
Ing and SMiipathotlc touch to Itn fill'
ost oxtcnt. Following was tho 'no
gram: 1. lnlnnnln . nA,.v,.
' Mr. itudoif j.'liuchly. Privat Telephone Installed or Dry
z. uio Lorcicr Liszt iiaiienes, cau xne
Mrs. Hruco McV. Mackall.
You Want Eleotrio Wiring Done or
3. Lcgtndo Wiennlawskl
Mr. Rudolf J. Btichly.
4. Nymphs and Shophords ...Purcell
Morning Hymn Henschel
Tho 3kylnrk Tracy
Mrs. Druco McV. Mackall.
5. Dopianse; Souvenir de Posen:
Polish Danco Wlenlawskl
Mr, Rudolf J. Buchly. -
0. Dolera .' Ardltl
Mrs. Druco McV. Mackall.
7. Traumerel Schunian
Canzonetta 5 d'Ambroslo
Mazurka de Concert Musln
Hungarian Dance .-..! ... Urahms
MY. Rudolt J, Duchly.
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