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KVENINd HXTI.l.CTtN IIOKOt.tII.tr, T II, MONDAY. AUOtJST lfi, 1000
PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY GIRL
AN'D GENTLEMAN JOCKEY WED
Looal and National I
OAHU POLO CLUB
WINS BIG match;
It nnx i lieiuilftil Hif-nc aiul diip ii Pllliiighnin lntil a poifect tume '
rnnii ti) ho rmgotteii l.io pjlo nnd Ills hick hand strokes weie n io
ground at Mouuluu looked at IIh bel. ",,,,1"ll '" t,u' "lflntTB Sam Hold
,, , ... ... win toward the Mulsh of tho game, '
tie summit ilns lill i.("e look tit t, , , . , , . .
neniol able to score un nine Ik
hPRli after the imu "i two passing lr0, nis lilllln gwns clean and k
showers oml Hhon tlio tun ruiiiu mil ,,,,, aml l(1 lial,m ua,,,, ,t n,gtn-(,
nml tlu bright t.UtiiM if Hip p'mors John Klunlng did some remnrkiblo
llnshled. it tnu.lp a man fud gl.ul lo Vork. ami on ( n,. occasion when he1
,,,, n,lu ! followed up a hit uf his own, ho taught
Ami Hie ciowd of spectators was an tlp lull on (lie Ht in ti n wlt'ionc!
Insplr.ilfon: to glance aroun 1 the Held Htrnko innrp seoicd a goal It was
itml see Hip humlioH of imtn 'inhllw , K. K ,i, ,,r Nw,rk wc ,,!
htieil ill ami the routhllls ml nidi .1)1 noli! fm n Inns time nml Hcmlng w-n '
lot with peoplo many of whom hud onn.sratn'atcd h pvurjinip fur the
wulkcd fiom the car lino mt1 ino ,;iy i
'Hip tenia win It of lh Oihu trim'
wis perfect anil their riling off wis.
ocellent. Korsthe, for tho C'.ivn'n I
also ilhl some cm ill rlillfiir o!t nml If i
, ntn iiwiiiilinT nit t3!tftitiliv it t!.n ulii i ' r... . - . . . . . I
- ' wuiKGiiiniMpr iiiiii iiuinniii unit inen
mi ilall thu will known people woe pi ing In bcttoi foim the gimo would
there, ltj the tliuo tho g inv stnrlcl , ot haw heen no onesided.
Iheie una n fine crowd of sp-natom j )r. IHIdwIn pl.nod his urtn lnt.l
preMiit niiil the lunik, lunik' of tho' riding ginie mil H)tii"nf his panes
(i ttti itlllltit I. ... lillli 1 It. l,lnhn I -..
.. "; " " """ ".i.i-i.i. wem me eaime nr a nmnlier or coals
Vjuga? "" "" "" n"" nun in eiiiiK pcoteii iiv nh m,,.. Taking It
I"" men lieRin III shuwjhelr lucllli ami altogether the Eilue w is ciilmnlil.. ,.i I
Wlllile three minute ot lhe hHi.lT had row ninth speculation Is In I lie nit us
son-eil u k.u' 1o liow Oiihu wl'l Black up nwilnst
TliMti tlio lucni fin mi.ii up In the Mlullnex, inonlli.
nlr v "i it. light, hut. when. ncVn The Oalni Cluli certainly nnile fine
, f1inrtl nif wnl. Hie t.n I soil nrrnnvmcntii for thp rcmfoil of the
" "ll "' on imnMlp nnlo n preKK unci evorj f tclll." for Kelflnr
iro like n li mob ' n their Inr..,m.iipn uM nieaent. Tho lineup
nf both temns was an follow :
nr was ry iiik rMo.1 i i' Oilm-Dr IUIilln, Nn. lj Sum
I'ry. onlv Haiinoe .iml I'or- llalilv In No 2. Waller Wllluchani
it nil well li. Intter No ?,. ihn riemlliff, Nn. 4.
' at times nml aa Hfth Cavalry l.ieiiteniim lHmir.1
-iiithluil llunsoii to No 1: Gnitaln Korsytlie, No 2. I.ipii
tilo by tho Fifth, tenant Qiiekemejor. No. 3; Mptitcnnn!
tlimi '3 KoaN. luiimn. No I.
iBliain Kcured I leutetinut Rleuar't, referee Pour
OTiiiuIiib 2. per'"'- Tleviof iTro,l3 7'4 mlmitcs
h of tho V . .I,.)-... i
think of whit sort of erouitg ul'l at
ti ml polo Katues nt Kapin anl I'.irl:
1 t on
Tho It cil "Pour Ilutiilreil" i' well
fi j? $2 BHm- ($$?$' JB f m st fiBfI
&X jjr VvKkv irfHw rv1
All epnt of Interest In the fash lomhlo BCt of New York, Newport ami
Philadelphia In tho weilillins of Ml s Trances Till anil A. .1. Aiitelo Dov
mimi, on Juno 21. Ming 1'cH'h mother hail planne.l n ucht Hip to the
MoiUlerrttnc.m for her thin minimi r when the oim;,' woman iinnounceil
that hho was viikiicuiI to Mr Ileercu ami that they Inti mleil to ho mar
i led thin iiutith. Tho cruUo was a hamloncd. The helresa nml tho Ken
tteman Jockoj for Mr. l)eoreuc in dlslliiBiilniiril iib hiicIi In the nitwit
net were (onntant coinp.tiilou tit the recent burnt! show In I'hllailelphl.i
and their fiiemlB were not Krcatlt surprised when llm niKnu. nn in h
announced hoon nfteiwanl. Jllnn IV II In a cramMi ugiiur of I I rextl
ami will Inherit many millions.
In an extra Issued by tho Hawaiian
Bhlnpo thin mortilnu, a terrible state
of affairs In told, follow Ins i tho great
earthquake. In Japan on the 14th. All
communication han now been cut off
from Kyoto ami Osaka, where addi
tional fires are destroying hundreds
of houses, nnd many lives have been
sacrificed to the flames. Kvery dis
patch from the itl fated district tells
of frenh disasters.
Professor Denlmr, the noted Japan
ese Interpreter, who has lived In Ja
pan for many years, Is very familiar,
with Lake niwn, tho sceno of ono of
tho earthquakes. He says It Is ono of
the most prominent lakes In that conn'-try.
THE POET'S LAMENT.
I sit beside the nun murine tide
On the shore of the tropic sea.
In vain I pine for a suitable rhyme
The evening calm nnd the glistening
I grant them all their due,
Hut whoever heard of nn easy word
That rhymes with Oahu?
We panne to rest nn the mountain's
Where wnnlors strove to rnlly.
If 1 had the time to hunt for a
How much could be said of the
With brilliant tela nnd songs' of
(Help. Help! E. V. T,
Tho luduitrial Edition of the
r v o 1. 1 n t; Bulletin, wraDDcd
nailv for mailing, 60 cenU at Bui -J
e In ofiW
JJiJ- tlULl CTIN AD8 PAY -
nnd get at
nf splendid ...
captured two g-m
und won tho so, R ' .
was till cIosljI of the lo' m ij, .
tat (if the gumes stood WiirrenrCuu
ha, 17, Nowcll and Mye j, '1
range a3 bioKtn yestcula)' by Prlvon
Cooke oml lien f.uud Ftwlr .ttid Dnerinan nf tho Mailnus Hu made
Collins, and b the Hnnoliilu umh i nluHty-olghi out of a possible 100,
was nw.iy. hehliul. tho Oahu menxrtandlng, at 200 jaids.
weie told to go In and 111 iko up the
difference And woll they did It,
too, for they took the thiee sets
straight lo 2 games, which Is home
thing HUo a record: fi-1, (!-0 worn
the figures, and thin great victory
put Honolulu In tho lead,
llockus ami Wnlcrlioiife met Mil
ler unil Itoserrnns, and the Maul pair
'won the three nets nftcr nomo hard
play; store, s-1, li-.', ti-.i. this ainui ( j
lctorJ' would havo tied the hcoro,,,aq f,
for nil the imitihes only that l-ow , j,-,,, j gMf(,.r 7
nnd Andernnn won thul 1 three bets , Kow.ilos 7
rialnst i.niiisny ntiil Turmf, '' Pahimns
(1-4 and 0-3, nml thcieby put Hono
lulu In tho lead by nine games ami
the tournament wan or.
The eup was piebcnteil to Mr.
lloikus li) Win Senrby, president of
tho Puiineno Tennln Club, and It
now rents In the hand ot tho man
ager, bPcietnry, etc, of the annual
loin nn incut
An exhibition match was plned
between (lee-Cooke and Now ell-Sly-
1 ern, 11 ml a line game of tennis was
neon. Tho foimer pair, howovor,
won two bcIh btrnlght, l!-2, C-2
Tired nf nionotouii" llfo nt bis
blighter's homo, Yonkeis, N. Y Alex-
Tlio .lame was niudi enlojed. and 1 nl"'er Han let. 107 years old n Mexican
, tho Wnltois bad the time of their nr uteriin' r'" nwl,y nn(1 wns fmlni1
tt t: tt
Oahu Junior League Standing.
P. V. Pet.
P. W. Pet.
I'. A. C 3 2 .CC0
Mil Hock 4 2 ,r00
C A. c. Jr. 2 1 .noo
Asnkl 3 1 .331
Riverside League Standing.
...7 1 .142
Oahu League Standing.
P. W. Pet.
Kalihls 4 3
C. A, C 5 -3
J. A.C i 5 2
Mailnes 4 1
Drawn gamo between Kalihls and
llcs on Mijul and returned Hied,
but luippj. to Honolulu.
Jtptn will dielde whether Ainlmsa
dor Tnkahlra shall letiirn to the Hulled
Stales aflei he has cuufeiitd with tho
cabinet ut Toklo.
after several das In Now York City
wheio he had enjoyed himself nt Coney
Inl-mil nnd other aninement places.
IMen M( has voted under tho new
Mate liw to nvelijdn niilomohllo" nn'l
this will prohibit Southwest Harbor
peoplo fiom leaching tho mainland
wllli their machines. J , ' , ' y
VyTIEN PROFESSOR STRUEM-
PELL of yienna, the noted spe
cialist, ordered E. H. Harriman to take
at least two bottles of beer daily Harri
man exclaimed. "But I never drank
beer in my life."
"That is partly the trouble with
your and I shall give you a beer very
Ught in alcohol," said the professor.
, The exnet diet prescribed for Harriman is as follows: At 7 o'clock
- I in the morning, one pint of milk; 8 o'clock, small cup off coffee with
cream, three ounces of cold' roast beef, three slices of white bread with
' butter, a plate of potatoes,
At 10 o'clock, light beer and three slices of bread and butter; 12
o'clock, noon, farina soup, seven. ounces of meat (roast beef or poultry),
' . nnshed potatoes, vegetables,' four ounces of stewed plums and beer,
! At 3:30 P.M., pint of milk.
1 At 5:30 P. M third quart of milk, three ounces of cold roasted
J meat, two slices of bread and butter.
f At 8 o'clock in the evening three ounces of roast beef, four biscuits,
cUss of 1-ccr,
At 9:30 P. M half a quart of milk, two biscuits, then to bed.
' . i
The beer prescribed by ProfessoV
Struempell for the great railroad mag
nate was very similar to our Primo Beer
, mild and very light in alcohol. If you
feel tired and run down try the great
h s-y mrm m - rnsMMntswMM
ThcJ5eer That's brewed
lo quit 1 ne Chmeie
Special Sale of
In Silks, Panamas and Voiles
Sale Monday Morning, Aug. I6lh j
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
"The Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our sue
cess. . This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in n class by
themselves. .We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHIEIFF. Manager.
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
Vnnr machine: will be readv for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
AlEXANfa YODHQ BUODINQ.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAB
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts.
AIL THE FITTINGS FOB
SCHUMAN 0ABBIAGE CO.
For Sale Choice lot of
Ex Steamer Lurline.
Kingandjouth Streets. I
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Bichard.
mm- BULLFTIN ADS PAV 49
Shock. Continue. Lisbon, Aug. 4
K.irthnuako shocks nio being fell
dally In tho Hibatujo region, wheio tho
populace. Is sreatly filshtoneil nnd
camplm; In tho uelds.
Panama Testlmoy Taken. l'arls,'
Aiir. 4. Tlio nttoinoys who came
from America to tako testimony In
tlio Panama llbol cimo completed
their labors with tho witnesses who
answered tho summonses voluntarily
Sands Confirmed Washington, Auk.
4, Tho bonato to lay confirmed tho
nomination of William V. Sands of tho
dlsttlct of Columbia to ho minister to
Guatemala, Sanils Is now Becictnry
of tho embassy at Mexico City.
Mllllonlare's Wife Sues. Pueblo,
Colo,, Auk 4 Mrs. Cnrrlo L. Daman!
has filed suit In tho dlstilet coin t licio
(or ilhorci; from her mlllloualio luisli
band, Samuel D. Uarnnid, known
tluoi;hoiit tho west for his mining op
erations. Church Conference at Chleo. Cblco,
Aug. 4. Tho foity-fourlh tnuiinl con
feienco ot tlio church of United bieth.
ten Is In session In Clileo this week,
lllshop W. M. Dell nnd Prof. Mink
Keppel of lyos Angeles uro Imatteml
anco, Pension for Sha. Teheran, Aug. 4.
It Is iindci stood that tho govrnment
has now oeied Mohammed All, tho for
mer ulinli, an annual pension of $75,
000 on condition that ho will ilelher
up tho Jowels enumerated In tho no
185 editorial rooms 2r0 bu.
nesa office. The. ntn the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
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