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I S ' KVKNINO nULUVrlN. HONOLULU. T. II,. BATUnAnV. MAY 2fl, 1009 . .
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OF A PED
,. Mint breakfast Why should
minYi also" ( nto but IJtlc,
ntiuid nrrlvp ni wniuawa ni
nil Mix llrown woillil then
-ufT'i .1 llnnnrlal Itm whi'li slU1 fed
'Coiamuetl from Pack 7)
1 I, ml Ml 'il Mil' ulmli
tii'in Mv ltil'U lunl uiiiiiuiin
1 mih wlu.llv without pi Iim
Murrmn I m-nclh uIuuImI "m
furt Miut tin v himmikmI imi.
u Illi IhK wllull- H.llU HI'
..I ,P tltlllRml mi I l'lltd l
Knhukii nuir ml tv
now rwidy fur ii miu- l n'"'
8nod bed, mid nuiiKi'ii'd mir iacr
... . .Irvu III .11 Mi I.mmikhi' hotel.
the mih mi. nan .u which
there w.ih nut i
Km n ii"
ured in Mi- di'llKlitB of nniiiiidl
inc ll thu were Nn lieil two
night lu cui'i-esHliiii .mil after u
hard 1.iv u.ivel is iniwdlnp tlio
fun. Tlii'li HpliHx ''
llu'lr iiiuiilenameM urn1
w u'. !
Here iih ui opportunity. 1 had
taken un wall h " '' vn "''IK"3
Mini I (mill iiffoid t" lie optimistic
"Never mind. lioi." 1 UBKctl.
'the vIllnRe niimt hn Mitno Kiiod
Pamarlt.inK In It. We re mire to
.,, i ho.iu If we look for them." So
I main found It morn pleasant to
limp In the icar on our tramp up tho
long hill I 8.il down by tlie fllilo of
,i inne Held nnd uwnlled develop".
iiientK. My hopeH were nt last le
wiinled A Japanese .'nine alone
'with n wiiroii. He protested ns 1
lillnilied lull) his w'auoii that tila
linrse was ton tired, hut I became
er ohtuae. I leiiiembercd how
'i'iuienleiilly servants ran feign lg
, noniiiee of KurIIvIi when they do
,iuil unlit to understand and I piny-
the i r, liim nt the same game. Not Wlsli-
IninRlne our do; () ,. ihthiii.iI ln1enee, he
.re Infill nied that j plodded iiIiiiir and left me In pos-
niiu n.illable I seslon of the rear end of the wagon
niiiip.inliiiis were mil 'with toy feet d.itiRllliK contentedly
...... .. ull...ll..n III- ........ Tl.lo litmitt afrttn .if flffntrH
" r ""' "" ' ' ' nftk .ll.llsl ..., ....'. u
llv eoutlmied until we ramc within four'"" "" " ....,.
miles of Wahl.iwa, when the .lap
turned off the road and arrived at
Again 1 found myself afoot. There,
seemed no chance of further lifts,
and so I trundled on. Two miles I
made lu comparative comfort; one
mile was painful, and the Inst mllo
wni. almost Impossible.
At last I succeeded In dragging
myself up to Hie hospitable resl
deme of Mr. llrown. M walk was
now finished It had been a glorl-
Intolliree tcoutlng expe-icus tramp and I was satisfied. It Is
(Itiriis. nnd, slBrtlnc out In dilTer-, needless to tay thnt I ate liberally
ent dlieiiliiiiH, we went In seaich ufj( ti. liimntlful repast of the noted
ii lodging I Wahl.iwa larnvansary. Few places
Mv section ni the pain was un- In the islands set as good a table,
U(r.-ssful - we relumed einplj- j niul none prolde better for the com
li.inded. He. Hon No. J reported j frl f x isltors to the Pineapple Clly.
likewise. Si i Hon No :' was u long
lime uw.i but tlmillj mrlved with' In the afternoon, my feet only hP
Hi" wilroitu news thiit ihero weie fi tlR disabled, I went with my com
liuoil beds liebinpliiB lo ' good rail-1 tads for a swim In the reservoir,
'n.id men. and 'hat they would not j letter our well-meaning host en
be mcupleil b hte owner--ll w'nStied us Into riding In his gasoline
tin turd a nig'" and the only ittght lu ' launch around the reservoir. In nl
thc week whin Hie trainmen did not I lowing ourselves lo be thus Inveigled
use them. Through the generous wn irre.it I y erred. The launch bc-
lioKiiltallt of the railroad then we i came entangled In n mass
The finals of. ...the Oockun-Cnnlln
cup tournament writ won by Lowrey
and Oce yesterday afternoon. It
was an exciting struggle right
through, and tho piny nt times was
very brilliant. llockus and Cunhn
put up n great light before they
went under. Iloth men were play
ing In great form and tho first get
went to lliem, t-3.
flee and Lowrey then put on
Fleam and took the second set to
four games. Wflli one set all, th
plhy In' the third freshened up a lot
nnd more beautiful strokes were
tunde by the four players. Cunhn
wns getting fn Rome" fine work n( life
net anil h was well backed 7f hy
The third set vent trt OeJ nnd
f.ow'rey nfter it fl'ilo st niggle fn
which the losers got four games.
Clee waS dea'dly dh the Rhinsli litul
evf?r'ythlriK he got hold tit Was ii sure
winning strrilie. With' two sets
ngnlnst their one, tlockds and dec
made a supreme effort, and for n
time It looked as If they Would w'l'n
the fourth set And thus make n
ever, (lee and iiwrey, playing in
excellent style, took the set, G-4, nnd
with It the match nnd cups.
It was n good wind up to as fine
a scries tit games ns has been seen
In Honoldlu for some time, nnd
Messrs, llockus and Cunha arc lo be
congratulated on the great fight tlfey
put up ngnlnst Gee and his partner.
It Is to lie hoped that there will be
another tournament In the future,
ns such matches give the game n
great boost, arid the play nil round
Improves thereby. The figures for
the final' game yesterday read nk fol
lows: (leo and Lowrcy beat lWlcktts
and Cunha; 3-G, 6-4, 0-4, 0-4. There
was only a difference of three games
after four sets had been played, nn'd
thnt shows how close the contert
It K !l
STANDINQ OF THE CLUBS.
.Club W. J.,
Philadelphia . .
St. -Louis 14
Club W. Ii. Pet.
Detroit .17 9 Cr.4
New York Ill 9 C40
Iloston II 10 f83
Philadelphia 13 10 r.OTi
Chicago Ii! 14 402
Bt: Louis ,12 14 4C2
Cleveland 11 14 440
Washington t ,, .'. 19 208
with coinfnrtnhlBiiiebrrs of a fallen Hume,
and some of
mini torn nnd
hrlnlil again. We now sat down to ti,e water up to their waists to ex-
n renlli exiellent meal piovldeil by trlcate It After surmounting this
the world looked lmr party were obliged to get Into
tho Japanefe hotel keeper.
San Francisco 31
I.os Angeles 29
VARSITY CLUB TO
TACKLE CAVALRY MEN.
The veterans of tho University
Club will Journey to Lellehua this
afternoon In automobiles and en
gage the Lellehun ollluers nt a base
ball gome. The 'Varsity team will
be file guests of the olllcers ut din
ner uftcrwnrdB, and a most enjuy
able time Is looked forward to.
The 'Varsity men arc putting
their very best team lri tho Held, as
they are nwaro that (lie Schollcld
Hnrrncks men are In line form and
about as fast iih they are made at
the diamond game.
A start Will be made from town
nt 1:30, nnd the game at Lellehua
will begin nl 3:3ll. There Is no
doubt that the people nt the liar
racks will turn out lu large numbers
to root for their team, nnd that a
Jolly time will be had by everyone.
Tho line-up of the 'Varsity team Is
as follows: Campbell, c; Castle, p;
Kllgore, lb; Lewis, 2b; Cook. 3b;
Stecre, bk; llabhltt, If; Lowrey, if;
it it ii
ii ii ii
POLO AT M0ANALUA
dltnrult'y we proceeded only a llttlo
- - way wben the engine rciused to
The evening was spent Iii Inspert- spark, nnd we were left floating
Ing the wireless telegraph station helplessly In the middle of the pond,
mid the Astatic rumps at the plantn-' when we drifted to one of the banks
tluu In the Chinese, camps we I my follow pedestrians leaped to
found gambling the common diver- hhoio and startel for the house, a
slon. The gntiie that seemed most ,.,f m,. nway They had kcen
liopulai was ilaed with dominoes minutes to get there, harness up u
nnd din Scleral Japanese weie horse and carriage and drive a mile
nbonf the Chineso gambling tables, further to the station. One Of the
Hint If I UnuiiK men wan greatly excited.
wlfliid in in hi ni linest n quarter
'for m. I would make u fiutiino. 1
luve.ieil Hie quarter, but was un
illib 'ii lell who gol II
The Japanese cnmp seemed very
clean and uuhrly. The Japs iimus-
Wlth watch in hand he beat the air,
while his comrades "worked, and en
(leaored. with Incantations, to de
ter old Father Time In his night.
As for myself, I was utterly ob
livious to the dinseniiepces. I would
cd tliemsflici, with sew ml nnriuicw Mli ilHe run u hair mile to be the
games, .limine ibeni pool niul caidii. j ownej- of a sugar plantation. There
Une Inleie Mug scene was u glimpse Ilmither train next morning. It
f,nto one nr I he i minis wheie a woin-1 uiuld make me late for work, but I
.. .na ii,ui i in i int. ii little girl Ill rti tli!if I wmilil bo of verv little
Ull " " " " " ..... ...... - .-. -- -- ---
thn the nil of plii)l'ig n sninoseii. U!l0 t my ,.niiloer for some tlmo to
Thcv sat tele u ute and the girl Itnl- lome.
titcd ihe movements of her lustriie- True to the Idlosyncracles of the'
tor. U was ii i harming little home Rai.(,iine engine, ours began to 'wOrlc
Btudy. a moment after the others had left.
Wo wound up mil Inspection of The. engineer sent the launch for-
tho Jupane'-e ciuips l( visiting the ward again, and we arrived at the
bathhouse. Yes, Hi. Japanese du trovn house Just In time for mo to
bailie pninilscuiusli. but when I
thought or tho I'tlnitK of tho Mis
ulounrleg lo teach lliem olhorwUe, It
occurred to me that It was the her-j
liout thnt was lh iniise of Adam
rawl Into tint carriage. We reach
ed the train Just In time. Wo lean
ed the horse against a post, procur
ed our tickets and Scrambled aboard.
In due tlmo wo arrived lu Honolulu,
mid live having knowledge of llicli having accomplished our Journey ns
nakedness. I planned.
We slept that night like men who
And so endeth the confessions of
n iiedestilnn. I have graduated from
the walking class and will hereafter
seek other means ot locomotion for
pleasure oyages. The whole trip
htul earned u good nights icm. ami
urosc Sunday morning before 5 to
take the tialu for llnlelwii.
We arrived lit llalolwa about 0.
t. nil from them resumed our Jouiney , wa8 n delight a Joy that will live1
en foo' In Urn direction ot Wuhlawa. WHI me always. I always knew t
Wo did mil luenkf.ist until wo w"" would love tramping. 1 love It too
U mllo up the road. Alas for my ' well to abtiha It now.
triisilng hem l. I did not know the jj tt it
kind of breukfust that would bo jpLjjNjY OF GOLF AT
foued upon me I did not give iluoj THE, COUNTRY CLUB.
lonslileinlliiii ill me uariisiiiis ui ."
The Country Club is certainly
loud, lltheittihii I would not hao
lliiKiuu inn I'oum.' j 10,tlB out enough Inducements to
I hud slenl too soundly .... momhers for today. Sunday and
Monday The busses will run as
iisiiiiI from the car line to the Club
House and should provo a great con
venience to the players.
On Monday there will be a bogey
nt K.iliuku to have bad tlmo for io
flcetlou, g.iln 1 was at tho mercy
of mi bemlUli inuirailes; again my
jirldo wan loin bed
Man) of in i ni well lenieiuber
thn best lepasi we have had Iii our
lives; peibniis II II aim well that I
can ilellnlu h state which wan tho
wnrfct. It was Mi. it bie.ikfnst at n
Viilio reslmtiiiiil on the io.ul to Vn-h'lawa.
i Wo were uslii id Into a loom, illi
,ih timlor of whli h w'ns the filthiest'
dining table I have eer gazed upon '
On tho tnhlo was a plain of olcoiuui-
. t?nrlnu mill sumo eiockeiy that must
)7nvo i omo out f ' I" !,lli 0m
breakfast consisted of boiled eggs,
broad nnd pah'o coltce. Two dlilv
jnga hung on llio wall, which piob
ftbly had IipoujjhoiI fur ye"'"" " ""I'"
Wus.. s-- -'.'-?'
I will not nttcmjit lurtlier to do-
Tomorrow the C. A, C.s and the
Aalas will play their much talked of
championship game, and n most ex
citing game Is being looked forward
to by all the fans. Tho game will
undoubtedly be one of the best ever
seen in Honolulu, and tho crowd
that Is going to roll up nt tlie park
tomorrow will he a record breaker.
Iloth (earns! have won n game
each, nnd on tomorrow's game hangs
the championship and a beautiful
cur). The C. A. C.s linvc a great
number of followers, and the Aalas
are not backward fn that respect
either. It is going to lie a great
Ftrtiggle from tho very 'start, nnd One
that will be remembered for many
a long, day to cot'ne. Last year nt
the final garde of tho scries one of
the largest crowds ever seen" at the
park turned out to watch the game.
There will be no Military League
game at Aalrf triihoffmv, as the flnnt.
game will attract such u crowd that
with tho addition of t( soaie'r game.
the park cdtild not 'possibly hold the
spectators. Consequently the game
between the Shatters and the Guards
will be played ut' tho Fort, and the
Marines will take on the Cavalry at
The Military League will finish up
tomorrow, nnd then there will be
nothing doing for quite a length ot
time In the way of military hall.
However, somo time In Jiily the new
lengue will btart up, and there will
be Ave teams In the competition, and
then there should be seen some of
the best ball we have 'seen for a
Vlcrra's Invlnclhles will play tho
Jnpaneso Tennis Club hlno tomor
row, and the racket wleldcrs uro
said to be In for a' bad tlmo nt the
hands of the booksellers. This
match was scheduled to' have been
played last Sunday, but Was posi
tioned on account of tlie death of A.
K. Vlerra's father.
The line-up of both teams who
piny for the championship fallow's:
C. A. a J. Aldna, rf; Sine Chong,
ss; Hong Chaek, Ifj Chi ndl, c;
Asam, 2h; Kng Sangr, lb; C. Y. Mark,
cf; Ako, 3b; ApttU, p. Aala Fllzer.
If; Deponte, ssr Akttna, 3b; Jolinson,
lb; Soma, 2b; Pedro, p; Lunlng,
c; Leandre, cf; Leslie, rf.
The line-up o fthe military games
Is given below:
Shatters McCall, 2b;.Morfln. r'fr
Lenin, 3b; Rowo, ss; Bills, If; Con
gol, cf; llatemnn, c; Iloloun, p;
Itamsey, lb. N. Q. II. Soarcs, c;
Polo Is on tlie boom now, and ti
practice will be indulged In this aft
ernoon at Moanalua at 3:30. Prob
ably there will be two full teams
out this afternoon, and, ns Walter
Dillingham is now barb, to town, the
game will get n boost that will In
felt all over thn group.
The Lellehua army men nru prac
ticing hard on their new Held mid
are Improving wonderfully at the
game. They will make a hard mil
for the Honolulu men and the Maul
rilnycrs to crack. The ponies at the
Schollcld Ilarrncks are In flue con.
dltldti now, and are taking to the
game In n, lemnrknlile manner.
A couple of ponies have been Im
ported 'by the local' players, nnd they
are said to be real beauts. They will
bo tried out this afternoon and i.
line on their capabilities will bo got.
The Fifth Cavalry at Lellehila have
arranged for some polo matches In
the near future, nnd such games
should be very Interesting to watch
II H It
At West Point Army C, Indi
At Chicago Chicago University
2, Illinois 0.
At Cambridge Harvard C, Prince
At Ithaca Cornell C, Columbia 3.
Yale 0, Pennsylvania 2. llat
terles Van' Vleck nnd Phllbln;
Schultz and Cozzens.'
n n ii
At a meeting ot tho Oahu Ilasc
ball League Juniors held last night
by-laws were made, olllcers elected
and tf decision arrived nt ns to tho
opening day of tho lenguo. It was
decided that June 11 would bo the
opening day, and us tho Y. M. C. A.
Marathon and other sports are com
ing off on that day, lliero should ho
a big crowd of people ,to watch tho
competition nnd u largo number of
! golfers arc expected to take part In ,lll8hn()1, ' Marcaln0', lb; Smith,
11 L.nt.tnu ...III ,.I.,U,. fit till. rl.,1. I I' T
u. i.nii't" " " - -iHli! Hums 51li. I.emnn. ns' Ijita. If:
, .... , . ,,
house at 10 o'clock shurp, nnd in-
Knnl, cf; Sumner, rf.
I lending players must bo on the spot, Amlerion. c
I nt tlw, lintir mentioned. I .. n.
at tho hour mentioned.
Monday being a holiday
will bo lunch piovldcd at tho club
house, and a very pleasant day
should bo spent up nt the links. The
tegular Sunday lunch will also be
pioWdcd on Sunday, and no doubt n
l.nge number of golf men will put
lu Hie two days at the club.
The pi Izes fur thu bogey tournn
ment hao been I selected, and they
me well worth winning,
Kaahiimanu School yesterday de
feated the Centrnl fJrammar by a
score, of 7 to C, offer a twoIve-lnnliiB
There are two more matches to bo
pjayed In tho High School handball
tournament Marcalllno plays Ulce,
and tho winner plays Ingalls.
She I lioani you singing In jour
room this morning.
Ho Oh, I stag; tt llttlo to kill time.
She You bavo a good weapon.
Call. 3b: Gibson, n: Makln. 2b;
tnero ,,,. , .... ... w. i.-ii,t
J .ll.tf.ri0, ,1,, j lluuilou,, , a..t,.l
Any amateur colfer can ontef for
I the Hogey tournament that Is to bo
hold at the Country Club on Mon
day, and all, are Invited to do so.
There will he 'liberal handicaps for
thti weaker rdayers, 'and everybody
will have a chance of winning.
On Sundas. June. 20. ("anis fiom
the N. O. H Marines, Twentieth In
fantry, Fifth Cavalry and the Mngl
necrs will, compete lu n twelve-fnuti
nhoot nt Vint Shaffer. Ten idiots a
man will be llred mid the distance
will be 200 and t,n yanls.
The following Saturday and Hun
day. July 12 and 13, the final Iry
out for the selection of a team I"
go to Camp Perry will be started
The N. (I. II niemhem who are go
Ing lo Camp I'eny will be seleeled
as soon ns the resiilis or ine inrni
shoots are known, nfl-en men an
to go to the mainland mid ieiieieiit
Hawaii In I lie big slioollng (impel 1
tlnn, nhd ns there me ten other
teams In for the sllool. Hawaii will
liner to defeat tbein nil In draw down
the $3r.O prl7e.
The older of Ibe ll-anir. that Com
peted lap! year with their Henies nnd
the clftss they belong lo Is us fol
lows' Class A 1'nlled Sillies Army In
fantry, 3224; 1'nlled Stales Navy.
3210; I'nlted States At my Cavalry.
3180; Pulled Slates Mm Ine Corps,
3117; Wisconsin. 3673; Massachu
setts, 30."ili: United Stales Xnuil Ar
ndelny. IlOrifi; PeiinsylViitilii, 3011.
District of Columbia, :!02r.; Wash
Inglon, 30011: Illinois, 'JII'.IS: low.i.
2!)!H; Oregon, 2',H3; Mn I lie. 2111,
Class II Oklnlionia. 2S1I; New
llnmpshlre, 2S2I; Cnloriido. 2805.
California, 27HK; New Ynik, 2773:
Maryland, 270S; New Jetsey, STTil .
Minnesota, 2":I0; Kansas, 272S;
Missouri, 27IS: Hawaii. 2711; Indl
nii.l. 2710; Michigan. 27010; Welt
Virginia. 27oB; Kentucky. 2fil.
Class C Wjonilng. 2l!77; Con
nedlcul, 2l!7.'i; (leorgl.i, 2l'i7."i.
Ithode Island. 2l'.Gr.: Arlzon.i. 2rlS0;
Alubamn, r. ON; South Caiollua.
2820; Nebraska, 280!!; Tennessee.
2IS8; Delaware. 2173; Not Hi Dako
ta, SKifi; Texas, 2lriil: Vermont
2in0; Virginia. 2ll!i; Ai Kansas,
2410: New Mexico. 22!2; I'l.ih.
2210; Mississippi, 22l.'i: Louisiana.
20DG; Ninth Carolina, lliol
At Camp Perry they lire III I luce
different ways, slow uipld nnd skli
inlsli. Slow Hie nt 200. lillll, you
I. lid 10(10 yards: laplil Hie at 200
yards, mid sklimlsh Hie on tin. The
position Is standing nt 200 yanls
mid prone at nil other dlrtauces.
The N. C. 11. learn will be eligible
for four prizes, l'lrsl prize, I he 1111
ton trophy and $380 In cash; sec
ond prize, $2.10 in cash nnd a bronze
medal to each member of the team;
third prize, $22.r niul medals; finnili
prize, (200 mid niediilH
'S SLOW WORK
WASHINGTON. May 10. -Ilegln-nlng
tomorrow tho dally Hillings of
the Senate will (omuieiien at 10
o'clock In tho morning. The hour
has been adiauccd In Hie hope of
expediting final iiitlou on the t a 1 1 IT
bill Ii) mure rapidly disposing of tho
long speeches, as well us the detailed
discussion of the various disputed
The (oiisldciation of the iniasure
lias developed gieat opposition on
the part of mom Itepubllcan Sena
tors than was expected, mid the siip-
poilerH or the bill reel that cut)
possible effort must bo made to bring
the bill to a vote. Ho fin. however,
they h:ne received no encourage
ment fiom the "Insurgents," and
the Itepubllcan leaders are finite lu
the dark as to when tlm end may
bo leached. They aie finding less
dllllculty lu dealing with tho Demo
crats than thu Independent ttepuhll
i ana, and the opinion Is fieoly ex
pressed that but for this mitngoiilsiii
a day might noil be cl which would
decide the fate of the incasiiie.
The dlsciissln will deal with the
various iimagiaphs passed over, bill
there will be a few speeches uu the
general laiifT question, Including
uno by Senator Depew, which prob
ably will bo di'liiered tomoriow
Senator Clay will deliver, probably
on Tuesday, un cl.iboralo bpeech crit
icising the sugar schedule, and un
dertaking to show Hint it Is In thn
Interest of the sugar combination.
Tho inzor schedule will leeelvo Hist
attention tomoriow nnd Senator Sim
mons will continue his droits to
hae the rate lowered.
r-eii'lor italley will continue lo
preis his demand for a vote on the
Ini nine tax m a feat uro Of tho tin In
bill, hut It is an open secict that
he Is not now nearly so confident of
Biiccess us he was lu tho beginning
of thu ngltutlon He has conllded
to boiiiu of bis fi lends Ills convic
tion that some of thu advocates of
such a tax have been "nicked olT"
by the enemy. The general opinion
among the supporters of the Income
tilx policy Is lh.it thu cause In the
Senate has been ninlei hilly weaken
ed by tho decision of lhu President
not to piess for lhu lax.
In thu House, an attempt will b"
made to pass tho Philippine tuiirt
bill on Mondaj and the Porto llliaii
bill TIiiiimIii) Thu latter muasuie
will be leporled toluol row. Iloth
bills will aidine discussion, but It lu
not believed tbein will be any stub
born opposition to either, and the
committees having them In ehuige
ore conlbleiit f disposing of each
after u day of debulu.
It is its
better in the
than in any other
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