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KVHNINOmiMJJTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUltSDAY. JUN13 3, 1909.
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Vacation Days I Arg Here
, , Add to its pleasures.by bujjdrig i KCftjAfcr:: .
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POLO PRACTICE STARTS
PLAYERS IN GO FORM
li , . 11 i BiPIMMMl
BEAUTIFUL MOANALUA, THE HOME OF
1 Vtw," remarked the iloelor "lunore than len minutes at a time.
hao ulw.ivs mnlntaliieil that polo I I)r llnldwln was mounted on a
cm he Indulged In b) a man of mod- i )onut Iful chestnut which he has
unto means, and nnjonc who inn
ufford to p.i $100 for n pony tan
lime a good time at a vert little e
I oiise." The automobile was Illng
along toward Minnnliia, mid the
Millie, when not engaged In hooking
(Inst out of his ops, was htisll) en
Eugul In holding on with both hands
to the sldo nf the machine.
The run down to the beautiful es
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Into was made In quick order, and Min teemed to be veiy pleased wlth And finally, as the doctor remark
then the doctors new iii) had to be her llrst attempt, probably sho will ed. It does not cost much to buy a
Inspected. And a real little beaut be given a suitable cognomen In tho
the ouug hid) Is Standing about I near future. John Tlcuilng was
11.2 and niodelid like tho real tpe ' mounted on IMIn. one of I)r Hald
ol polo pon that one fees In Simla ' win's string, and n horse that Is on
nt the annual gmkhana tho dot-
toi's new inoiint Is, except for color,
a rent Utile lad)
The rest of tho pliocrs arrhed
from town shortly after tho 11 u 1 -letln
man mid l)r Irwin, and u
(,ume was at once started. At llrst
there were only four men on the
held, ami consequently two n side
wiiu the ordor of tho da). Ois. Bald
win and Arilier Irwin started out
ngalnst Croigo IknUon and )!. II
Lewis, und within three minutes of
the hit-off Dcnlsoii made u lino run
down tho Held und sioied with a
Mod dile 'I his put the medlios
(ii their mettle, and ll.ildwln 'did
ionic Dim lldlng off Ills hitting was
ii treat to watch, and Mime of his
batk-liiind utiokes were licuntles.
ll(U(ier, Drill. on and Lewis hail
imuh the In tier of It In the kcioikI
leriod, and, uftir a pretty bit of
pl,i) about the renter of tho Held,
Lew la bioko nwu) at top spetd, and,
liilbbliiig the ball for u shoit 'dis
tance, inudu a ttialght dilio between
.lust about this time .loan Tleuilng
nriheil on the weiie, ami then time
ngaini'l two was the next mon It
win, Klemlng ami DoiiImhi pla)ed u
(ouple of porlods ugalnsl llaldwln
rnd I.cwIh. und a duo vxhlbltlon of
polo It wus llildwlu's pla) was
tiist and iicriuaie, und Ills sating
Immense, Lewis nl-o showed extol
lent fin in, bin llio tilulty wus too
sluing for I hem
It wus mil) a piaUlrc gamo, and
of (oiiijo wl'h only Io men on tho
field it was Imposxjhlo to phi) tho
game piopeil), still the foim shown
by the pluyms was us good us could
ho expected at this stiigo of tho sea
son. Lewis was on Surefoot, n r.ithei
largo liorso for polo, but then, as tho
owner icmarkcil, It takes a lump of
ii hoiso to tail) u lilg mini right
through u game II Is, a dlffcieut
pioposltlon ulieie u pla)n has half
( doen ponies In ihle ilurlug tho
nf turiiiimi mid mod not woiU ouo
i&u. JkixW. 1. .L tji,A .1toii4ift jfjjiw- Jdid j -a--' ..LtthL.?,, ,.
lately pluriliased. "Pilncc," as ho
li railed, took to the gimo like n
prohibition! does to water, and
glvci promise of being as good as
unj thing that brother 'Tronic on '
Mnul has. - I
(ieorge Den Iron tried out a new
one, too a brown mare that looks
iib If the had seen tho gumo before. J
to the game alright.
After tho practice tho matter of
n match with tho Lcllchua Arm) of
I. (cis was discussed it seemed to bo
tho general opinion of tho Honolulu
team that Kamchnmchu Day would
bo the best date for n match, but the
Lcllchua men nic said to favor Sat
urday, Juno -H. Nothing dcllnlto
was settled, and tho Cawilry offi
cers will bo communicated with and
efforts made to arrange tho gamo for
During tho afternoon Mr. Paino
dropped Into tho polo field on his
loiiniU of tho estato. Then every
bod) talked "liorso" for a while, und
the Squire of Moanalua expressed his
meat regiet that ho was unablo to
Hud u suitable site for u half or one
mile ruco track. What unit of n
biioiu would there bo If such a ruco
coiiisc could bo made nt beautiful
Moanalua? Just Imagine an nll
da'H amateur nico meeting all
geulli-maii ildeis at whkh picnic
p.utles would dot tho surioundlug
Hills, and tho Hash of silk mid tin)
jingle of blls would niuko iuiisIl thai
Scrintiirlos or other nuthor-
Ized n pioscntiitlves of clubs
ure asked to send In a list of
ovontB, scheduled by them, thit
they may bo included In tho
pioginm. Address ull rominu-
nlcatlons to tho Sporting Kdl-
tor, Cvonlug II u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
Juno r: .Mutch
June C: Cooper Cup.
Juno 10: Knhulul Crulso.
June !! Country Club.
Juno 11: K.iplolanl Turk.
Juno 11 V M ('. A.
would make a man's heart feel good
lor a jear afterwards. Mr. Damon
has given the iieonlc of Oahu a urlcc-
less prhelcgo In lovely Moanalua,
und It "would be well If other wealthy
men would add to tlio pleasure of
the poorer brother by following In
tho footsteps of the Squire.
I'olo has coma to stuy this time,
nnd now that a match with the Army
men Is a certainty, many Is tho game
that will be fought out at cither
pon), nnd a man with only ono
horte can huvc a Jolly good time, as
witness )cstcrduy afternoon's cn
Jo)able time. Most fellows In theso
Islands can rldo u horse, nnd the rest
of the business Is easy to learn, and
oiiie learned takes u harder hold on
u man than oven golf.
CRICKET BOOMING FOR
SUNDAY AT MAKIKI.
Crlikol seems assured for Satur
day, and Captain McGIII Is busy
lounilliig.up the members ol the dub
ndd iTklng llicm If they will be i.bio
to phi) In tho gumo. Alicady a num
bci of men huvo piomlscd to 'urn
out, ami from tho look of things
thue will bo two teams on tho field
by the tlmo set ..01 tho gumo.
If sumclent pii()crs do not turn
out to mako up two teams then
prmtlro will bo the ordor for tho
afternoon, nnd as ull of tho mon are
In need of thut badly, much goi,d
should eventuate from tho after
All tho irgulars1 nro expected to
put In an appcmiimo on Sattiiday,
ami II Is to liq hoied that somo now
nicmbcis will ub-o roll up foi a gumo
n :t ss
W. M. VINCENT WINS
QUN CLUB SHOOT.
The elghlh shoot for tho wecidv
dip ti the Hawaiian Dun Club tool;
pluco ut tho Kukiiako rungo lust
night and again ended in a win for u
limit mini 'llio compotltloii wus
vcr) Ice eti ami hlghl) Interesting,
M Vincent being the winner with n
handicap of ton birds. 'J iur.
fii, scratcli. and U D, How en, with
ii iiuiuucap or eignt iinas, tied the
winner, but In the shoot-ofT, which
was ut half tho number of blrd-i. tho
big handicap was too imuh foi tho
W. M Vincent bioko twche mil
of nrioeii 11. D llowen-broko ten
,oul of twelve J. V Ilatve) bioke
nine out of len This adds ii'iothrr
name lo the list on Ilia (up
'Hhn rlcvicith hi)iiil-iinnu.i shoot I
of the. club takes placo Sunday ul
i. . A1
I) a. m., and there arc si matches
open to tho public, and good prizes
are offered, A frco lunch will be
served at noon, nnd a cordial Invita
tion Is extended to all thoso interest
ed In Bhootlng to attend tho meeting.
Tho afternoon was ideal for shoot
ing and there was the samo crowd of
Programs for next Saturday's
shoot are being printed. This will
bo tho great event of tho car with
tho club, and a largo muster of gun
ners Is expected.
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ATHLETIC PARK TO
BE OPENED JULY 11.
"Tho Athletic Park," tho latest of
Honolulu's many attractions, will bo
opened on Stiiulu), July 11, and on that
da)' tho balm llascball league will
start. It is a good omen for tho suc
ccsh of 4lic ,new league and also the
new ground that their opening fnllx
on tho same day.
Tho new ground Is large enough for
an) thing Mid after the grandstnud In
complete,' will bo us comfoitahlp as
miy other report In Honolulu. Them
will, according lo present ariangu
mcntK, bo two games on the opening
day and the) will hi between tho four
teams of the new loigiie. The first
gnmo wl stJit at 1:30 and the second
at 3'3(). K Mir B, W. Qiilnn will
tors tho fi I lull oi tho plate.
Tho ldoi or pi) Ins, to ico a gamo of
tmrcbull n pleiitlng to ibone who llko
to sit In iiimfoit and watch a match,
nnd the scheme rhould bo n huge suc
cess from the very start.
Tho grounds will bo available for all
kinds of sforts, and no doubt wUI bo
tho scene of many nn athletic display.
On the opening thy there will be 11
number of small prizes given for va
rious feat' in connection with the bill
games; pilzes will bo given for arc
largest number of base tilt h. longest
hits, lurgcst number of runs and other
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iNEWS NOTES FROM
Major David Kumatoplll of the Ka
meliamolia cadet battalion was pre
sented with a belt and sword by tho
trustees of tho school and President
Horner, through Captain V. H, Win
ters ut tho Installation of tinkers 011
lust Sunday evening, tho scrvlco being
held In tho Ulrhop Memorial chaicl.
There was a largo audience of teach
ers and friends on this occasion. There
wcro fourteen school officers of tho
Senior clues who retire on graduating
this )car, and fourteen now officers
were elected lo take tho vacant posi
tions. An'ong tho now officers rh
pointed was u major, to Oil Major Ka
multiplies placo, and tho btudents weio
very anxious to know who tho new.
cadet miijoc was to bo. Tho success
ful ouo was Allen Mcdowun, second
sergeant of Co, D, who was elected
cadet major for tho next term. Tho
battalion will havo ull )oung officers
ut tho beginning of the next school
terms. Capt. Winters gavo a farewell
address to tho Senior officers, who go
out .from school uuxt week. His ad
mit fiom schol next vvook, His ad
vlco to tho men wus that they should
keep nn reading nntf learning about,
thn mllltaiy Ufa und rules. Ho ulsti
talked on "Arbitration." sj)lng thut
It was but an offlctul court of Justlco
but It' must havo nrmod power behlm
It so us to make It work. Ho was well
pleased with, th'u show'fiir jh'u pallets
made this year, and tho cadets arc1
proud and .very fond of Cuptaln Win
tors. V 'p
llio class clay 0x1 clues at llio Ka!
mchamcha schools will he held next
Saturday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock, nt
tho School for dirts.
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! JAPAN QUIETLY
Said to Be Getting Rrady for An
other Conflict With Russia
Secrecy Harks the
VICTOKIA, It. C April 1G. That
Japan fears another war with llus-
sla and Is making the samo careful
und s)stcmatlcaproparailons tor It as
preceded tho recent war Is tho nows
given by passengers from Tokohama.
Two largo battleships of the Dread
nought class aro being built, ono at
Kiirc, to bo named the Scttsu, and
tho olhcr nt Yokohama, to bo nam
ed the Kawnchl, both stronger and
with larger guns than the big Akl,
In military affairs preparations
huvo been continuous, but the great
est sccrquy has been maintained. The
army Is being Increased to over
twenty dlvltlons, so thut a force of
1,000,000 may be mobilized when
necessary. Prior to the last war
500, noo men represented tho total
nuinbor that could bo put In the
field, Including all branches, nnd '
that number proved Inadequate.
New arsenals aro being establish
ed, and to supply the numerous nr-'
scnals and depots scattered all over
Japan, the military authorities have
constructed a central arsenal at Chi
leusu, near Nagovo.
Kvcn In Saghnllcn military prep
arations ore known to be under way
despite tho secrecy. Among other
things a military railway Is being
constructed from Korosokovsk to
Vladlni)ovka, the scene of tho fu
ture central administration.
A copy of the Japan Gazctto
brought over on the Tosa Maru says:
"Japanese papers report that a
Japanese retired naval warrant of
ficer was arrested at Shlngawa on
the 27th Inst, on suspicion of being,
concerned In the recent attempt to
sell secret plans of the Yokosuska,
Kiirc and Sasebo naval ports to tho
ANNEXATION OF CUBA.
Kentucky Representative Offers Pro
posal in House.
WASHINGTON. A step looking
toward the ultimate annexation of
Cuba Is embodied In a resolution In
troduced In tho upper llouao recent
ly by Hcpresontativo Holm of Ken
tuck). It provides thai" whenever
a majority of tho voters of the Island
shall -voto In fav.or of annexation to
the- United States' the Territory of
tho Island shall be annexed on such
terms and conditions us tho proporq
authorities of both countries may
In explanation of the resolution
Mr, Helm said:
"Tho resolution, it adopted, Is slm
pi) the extending of an Invitation
and an expression of welcome to the
people of tho Cuban republic.
"It simply addresses ItscK to the
uppruved judgment of a majority ot
the legul votoia'as to w'hother their
boBt welfare will bij best conserved
by their becoming a useful, Integral
part, ruthcr than a ward of this gov
ernment," WILL SAVE POWER1 BITES
Secretary Plllnaer..to Preserve TJiem
for Peiple, Orders lavesOflatton. i 1
Waul.!...'.. A .,-11 at u.. '..!. ..a I
tho Interior Halllngcr Is determined to
prevent, If poBslblo, monopolistic or
speculative Interests from securing
control of tho welter power sites, and
to that end he 'today instructed tho
director of the geological survey to
Investigate such natural resources und
er tho piVIc donuln outsldo of na
tion! foritt hit Ii aro not Included
vllbln wllhdUWHlu for reclamation
uiMi ''crretuiv Dallluger will re
port llio findings of this Investigation
to Congress, rnuplnil wllh recommend
allons for legislation to control nnd
Jiegulato thu iUhi oultloa of power bites.
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