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BVI2.SMN0 IIUM.KTIX, IIONOU'Ll', T. II., SATURDAY, JUNK 20, 1909
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appointed by the English Govern
ment to inquire into the merits or
demerits of beer as a beverage has
reported that the idea that beer is
primarily an alcoholic drink is erro
neous, and that beer, when well and
properly made, is a beverage con
taining a very small amount of alco
hol and a relatively large amount of
Says The Hospital London, in part, in an
editorial about the report: "It is time the erroneous
view that beer has no nutritive value in itself, and
merely consists of a beverage upon which a certain
portion of the community intoxicates itself, should
be exposed and discredited. The results of our
Commission show that beer is par excellence- the
nutritive alcoholic beverage. All beverages because
they contain alcohol should not be regarded in the
same light. The spirit-nipper is committing quite a
different act from the beer drinker. . . When a
man drinks good beer he drinks and eats at the same
time, just as when he eats a bowl of soup.
Our Commissioners point out that a man might
more properly be said to eat beer than to eat certain
kinds of soup, or indeed watermelon."
. The whole story is told in "The
Literary Digest" of May 29th, and
its chief importance lies in the fact
that the conclusions arrived at by
the Government Commission are be
coming recognized by scientific
people all over the world today.
Good beer is the ideal beverage
for Honolulu. It will give you new
strength and vigor; but, to get good
beer you should order
Z&U4M1 r.TvidyyCP rvff
The J5eer That's J5rewed
To Suit The CUmole
In the case uf the Territory
against U.ivld Nuuh, found guilty In
the District Court on June 4 hist u(
securing money from the Oahu Su
gar Company under false pietenses,
the appeal to the Circuit Court wuu
toduy withdrawn und Noah will
Btnnd liable to nay tho line of $00
Imposed on him by the lower court.
,M. K. Sllvu has petitioned Judge
Itoblnson to upiioliit him admluls
tiutor of the estuto of Mm la K.
IIubo Lclelwl. The mutter la bet for
hearing July 3.
Ting Nee but) linked to bo appoint
ed administrator of the entitle of
1 1 it 11 Yee. The hearing will take
place July IE.
A bill of exception was Med In
the case of M. 1'. Scott ugulust Joo
, Murlu, ullas Joe Maria I'edio.
POLITENESS FOR LONDON.
Telephone Employes Ordered to Take
Time to Be Courteous. i
LONDON Whereas, 111 New York,
according t iiipuitH leconily pilntcd
heiu, tliu teluphoiiu emphijiCH true
. been Instructed to s-crlllce pillien,H
In uconoiiiy of lime, the Loudon post ,
iilllco nulliorllli'ii I'lUn Just Mmied in-1
hum m their luluplioMo uporulura
Impressing on them tho need of ob
serving the outward forms of courtesy
In their communications with tele
The current number of the ninclal
I'oHtolllco clicular contains a long no
tice with hettdK for stunjurd oxprt'B
slims to l)f need by telephone opera
tors engaged on trttnlt work .In a pre
amble if eels forth:
in order that abrupt and uncouth'
expu-rhlonr, may be avoided In tho tel
ephone soivliu, telephonists engaged
at tiiittk u'chnimva nro Jn the future
to make use of tho following expies
slnitB in connection with ther work,
and the Biipci vising olllcon) should Im
press iipun tlie si kit generally tho ncc-
essliy of udheilug to the attthoilzeil
foi in of words."
Littering Into details tills ollleial
pieceptor of polite manners lays
stress upon the advlslbllhy or using
tho word "please" where It can con
veniently bo Introduced. "The tele
phonist iiuBweilng n call should an
nounce her pieseucu by saying,
"Trunk number, pleaso?' Falling to
bear what the suhscilher Buys, she
should say,' "What Is your number,
please?' mid nil.
when u hiiiibci iiioi 'h aiieuiiou uus
bum obtained foi the trunk cull the
telephonist should say, 'What In your
niiiiibi'i' lease?' If the Mihxcrlhui
should be kept willing for lllUl'u llllill
the icHiilatlPii tlmo tho tulnphoulst
should mill, 'Surry to liuvo kept yuni
Xleln l.olber Adolph; I nm writ
ing again to win so quick becnuxe
there Is so much dlildlng In this luf
lly plate. Vliat, m 1 1 murders und
Inquests und strikes vc na having a
big time. Don't you forget It,
Adolph, tills place tss on iter movo
oii( way or the other. We neffer
lly tho wa, Adolph, I see In the
eclipse of del moon on June 4. Dot
Iss all right. We will get It here
nbout next Nofembcr. Dot Is der
way mil fashions, unit I suppose It
Iss the same way mil an eclipse.
I now hnff been here for a long
time, but I don't can quite under
shtand some off der people nil off der
time. One day ago 1 met n friend
off mine und 1 says. "Conic, let's go
utid buy u drink " He says, "Thank
ou, Splegelmycr, I am on der vatcr
vagon Bhust now," unci off he walk
ed. A few minutes after a vattr
vagon earned along, und off course
It pulled my attention on nccouilt
off what ho had said, und der more
I think about It der more I get
mixed up. Och, lnils. lie could
drink beer If he vnnted to. Maybe
he thought I as going to force
champaign on him.
will told you a-jout before I dlsre
member It, und dot ls our police
und dectectlvo coiiipnrttnent. Ve
got no need off any more Halters or
Sprlnglock Holmes. The recent
murder off n negro tailor on the wn- ,
ter front brought to the surface dc- i
trctlve abilities that would rlvnl
Don't you believe every thing jnu
keo In dijr way off pictures of note
able people vat appear In our local
papers. It Us like this: Vcn I usk
ed for lamb chope der butcher gave
me something dot might have been
lamb once, but It was years ago.
It Is the same way mil the pic
tures I told nu about. Ono off our
local papers what don't publish ef
fery day had a picture off n noteabto
man on one off Its pages In the June
Issue. Ilollefe me, Adolph, Iff ou
might toko off his head covering
and replace It mlt a slouch lint his
own mother would pass him by In
the high light of noon unrecogniz
ed. Vhcn I see one off dem kind of
pictures It mnkcB me think or dot
class of pictures dot we Bee occa
sionally, und dcy are entitled "New
York in 16-17." und "San Francisco
In 1849." Unless you vns told about
It you might think we had discov
ered an elixir off life dot woiked
There wan something else dot I
Locoij. I vlll shust tell you how ,
quick dese detectives boys off ours
can pick up der odor und go heead. j
Tho negro sailor's dond body viib
discovered very early In der morn- j
Ing. und up to 9 o'clock nbout 200
tcople visited tho body, tramping I
der ground offer und offer for n bun
dled feet In effcry direction. About i
dot time a detective arrived on dor j
sicne, "Ah, hn, a kgluc to der mur-,
dcrer. Keotprlnts about der body.
Seize homebody und try him In der i
leetprlntB till one Its found dot Ills.
All, hn. Now wo haff htm." I tell I
ou, Adolph, dot you can't heat dot
mlt your puffed-up San TrancLico
I vns not going to say nn thing
nbout der plantation Jnps what nrc
on a hit for bigger vagea, but when
I huff to change my shirt unco n
week und hnff to put on der same
ihlrt effery week because I can't get I
It washed It las nine for somebody
Our Midsummer Sale of
Begins Thursday, July 1st
Whitney & Marsh
Dins. I'., rf
Canarlo, J , lb . .
und dot's me. All off der i
clothes washers haff gone
Totnla 29 0 1 2 21 11 7
All 11 1)11 Sll O
Huston;. I., 2b 3
Kealoha, D., p. ...3
Anaknlen. S.. lb... 4
tt, der plantations to work for J1.G0 i l.yman, U.. bk,
u liny, .uiiu uer isa m unu icii in hit
wash houses except der proprietor
und der little white ngs mlt Chinese
characters on dem. More better dot
der Japs would shtart some laun
dries instead of off touting around
town holding each other's Lands. Of
rou isc der las a big losa of wages to
der Japa, but at the same time there
Is nbout (3,000 a day paid to der hit
breakers what has taken der Jans'
place, und dot money don't go to
Japan by a jag full. It goes back
Into der circulation medium class,
even Iff It has to come by der crnp
Kealoha, J. rr. . .
Ah lllp, Win.. If..
Drown, II., c
Napier. Win., cf.
Do Mello, T., 3b. .
Totals 31 fi 0
I 2 3 4 5 C 7 5 9
Huns 0 0 O II II 0 II U 0 0
11. II 0 1 0 0 0 0 (I 0 01
1 ! 3 I 5 6 I 9
Huns 220010 10 "--(
11. II 1 10 0 2 0 2 0 ' I.
Two-base lilt, Urnwn; Bucrldce lilt.
Moorehead, l.yman, Knaton, D. Kealo
ha: ilniihlu ntav. Hheldun mid Cnniiln:
going to stand by him to Bee dot he truck ,.,. ... rwi,,, j. by Kealoha 3:
base on balls, off Kealoha 2.
Der I ss no more to say this trip,
und besides I huff got to go und see
u friend who was arrested on der
suspicion off being drunk, und I am
Iss not sent to Moloknl, (tood he.
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Manuel Sllvu nppcured before
Judge Long at the Police Court this
morning on a charge of Improperly
operating an automobile, und was
fined (1 with S3 costs.
The One wns made very light on
account of tho fact that Sllva's li
cense was cancelled and the car
handed over to the owncrB.
Hilo Team lieats
Tho following letter from "llllo
Fan" explains Itself. The state
ment which appeared in tho Bul
let I n to tho effect that the Moo-
'tin,,,, lanm li,l U'nn thn rlltimntnn-
ship for koine years was published
In good faith, It having been turn
ed into the paper by another llllo
llllo, Hawaii, June 23.
The Sporting Bdltor,
Dear Sir: Somo time ago I no-
1 tlced an urtlclo In your paper which
'said that the Mooheau Ilaseball team
of llllo had won tho championship
here ecry ceuson for a number of
To correct your error I wish to
btate that the season of 1908 was
the only one in which the Mooheau
team has won the championship for
the past six years.
Tho records hero are as follows,
FIRST CAR OVER BRIDGE
ESCORTED BY 30,000.
New Quesruboro Cantilever Is Larg
est in World.
NKW YOItK. June 12 A week's
celebration of the opening of the new
Queensbnro bridge neioss the Uast
Hlver was begun today. The brldgo
Is u cantilever structure, said to lie
the largest of Its kind In the world.
It connects the huroughs of Manhat
tan and ()ueeiiB, the Manhattan led
initial being at IJ.ut l-'lfty-ulntli
The celebration began with a p
iiiiIii of :A),00U members of el vie und
military organizations which es
coiled the llrvt tiolley tar fiimi Man
hultiiu borough ucroas the bridge.
This whs followed by a iu.ii Inn pa
llid e lllidi'l the hililgn and the open,
lug or ii uiriiiviil In the utuilliiiii at
Long Islam! city.
1902 won by Beamers' Specials.
1903 won by Ileamers' Specials.
1904 won by Btamers' Specials.
190R won by Ileamers' Specials.
190ti won by IIIIos (formerly
1907 won by IIIIos (formerly
100S won by Moohcaus.
The season of 1909 to date stands
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llllo C & 1 .B33
Mooheau ... 3 3 .C0U
Naulwa .... 0 1 S .100
Tcves, J., 3b. , .
Gieen, C, 2b. .
Todd, O., c. . .
.O'llrlen. T., cf.
n n a
KALIHI ATHLETIC CLUB
TO GIVE FINE DANCEI
The Kullhl Athletic Club will give
n concert and dance on Saturday
evening, July 10, at K. of P. linll
for the benefit of the baseball teams
participating In the Oahu and Kapl
olnnl Ilaseball Leagues. An excel
lent urogram hns been arranged for
tho concert, and Judging from the
success and popularity attained at
the last annual entertainment given
by this club, there will no doubt be
a largo turn-out. Tickets will be
out next week and may bo obtained
nt the leading sporting stores and
from members, admission being only
A meeting of tho club will he held
on Monday evening, the 28th, i'
the rcsldenco of the secrclnry, 1123
Oullck avenue, Kallhl, and nil mem
bers nie earnestly requested to be
present In order to complete ar
rangements for the selection of com
mittees for tho proposed entertain
ment, mid tn trnns.iet other business
of the club.
Ciiptnln Paul Hums of the Kullhl
A. C baseball teams ptoposcs to hand
out a few surprises to the othci
teams composing tho Onhu League,
hnvlng signed up several promising
The new Kallhl Park Is being rap
Idly cleaned up, and within the
cuurbe of n few months the Kallhl
League will be started.
U It tt
E. M. F. CARS
ARE VERY POPULAR.
The K. M. I". Studebuker "3Q" Is
becoming eiy popular In Honolulu.
Schuman Curilagc Co. have sold
several cam during tho past week,
and their owners nre highly pleased
Tom Qulnn, who hns Just returned
from the Northwest, reports that the
Seattle Fire Department Is using tho
B. M. I- exclusively, as they And
them very rellnblc,
The Military 11-iseb.ill I.eagtui wound
up the so'ies with n credit balance of
$7.30, which Is ery Hatlbfactoiy In
deed. It hns been decided to expend
the amount on n pennant which will
be presented to thb N. O. 11. leuu,
which won the championship.
Additional Sports on Page S
Beds At Last
In tho gamo played hero last Sun
day the Mooheau team lost to the
IIIIos by the scoro of C to 0, Tho
Mooheaus weio only ablo to sccuro
ono blnule off the aolcndld Ditching
'or Tuhii Kcaloliu, mid tho llllo team
I was played behind him all tho tlmo,
us the enclosed box scare will show.
Yours voiy truly,
'I he ollleial scoio of Sunday's
tunic wns us fullouu:
Hiio lliuilill League, Ililu, giniu on
4t). 20, '10
All II IHI till O A i:
"For ol" card) at Oullatln,
rhil.lon ,, su, ..I 0
llouliu, Win., Jf. ..2 II
UmIw, S,, ii.i.l o
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