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EVENING DUM.F.TlN, HONQLUMJ T, H SATimpAY, AUG. 2?, lflO?.
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Careful and Experienced
Round the Island Trips
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W. B. Ha r rub
Frank Lewis J. A. McLeod
Autos by the Day, Hour, or at Hack Rates
King and Bishop Streets
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English Polo Men
Will Try Again
CAMP PEIUIY, Aug. 27. Mll
slilpman llocsch won In the Individ
unl rlllo Bhootlng mntch by a score
There is a well-denned rumor 0f jjn, defeating G23 competitors,
pervading polo circles In the Kast y. A. Quldncr of California took the
Hint nn Intcrnntlonnl match for the
Local And Coast
ThlngH lit the vim Hnmni-Young
garago nro ns active as oor, anil
Manager Hodgo Is up to Ills o)es In
work. Tho rtiialr shop Is crowded polo cup won by tho American tcum
with maciilncB and tho sceno Is a ory lnt month will ho played next jear.
busy one. The cup now being In tho possession
Mr. Lewis, of the firm of Lewis & of tho players of this country, tho
Co., lias ordered, through tho vim Englishmen who aro expected to
llanim-Young people, a tremendous challenge, will have to como to
car. It Is n Stovons-Diirjen Model America for tho match.
"Y," six-cylinder, seven-passenger car, Rhersdalc Orccnfclt, represontn-
and has a wheel-base of 142 Inches! tlve o ftho English polo players, Is
This car will bo tho longest one In tho at present In Newport, and It Is un-
Territory tho nearest npproach to It dcrstood that ho has been tonsult-
bclng, as far as whcelbaso goes, a lng with tho American players who
1'ackard which covers 130 Inches. went to England in regard to tho
. bringing of nn English team over
Dr. Tiitnam, of Llhuc, Knual, Is In hero next summer. 11. Llvlngstono
town at present, lie has his Cadillac Ileckman Is also working on tho
with him, and is making good uso of matter, and when the details hnvo
tho swell-looking machine. been finally decided upon tho chal-
lengc will be for'mnlly lodged and
II. S. Truicott, chief engineer of accepted. , ,
Mnkawcll mill, Is In tho city, and Is Tho gnmo will most likely be
taking In the fclghts lu his Uulck. Ho plnycd at Newport or on tho grounds
will return to Knua onrfucsday next, of tho Mcadowbrook Club on Long
Tho Auto Btands nro all giving a Tho English team will probably
helping hand towards tho entertain- consist principally of tho men who
nient of tho Congressional party, ntnl plnycd In the matches last month In
one machine from each stand will bo which the Americans won the first
put nt tho disposal of Frank Thomp- two games and tho series, and, as
son. who has chargo of the affair. Tho tho samo men who won for thl
Independent Auto Stand will bo on country lu these matches will again
deck, and Jerry Rooney suggests that bo available next summer, barring
the men toss up to seo who Ii.ib tho accidents, it Is hnrd to figure where
honor of convej lng the celebrated vis- the challengers expect to win. The
Itors around tho Island. J games played In England proved
I conclusively Hint tho American four
Mnnagcr Wells, of tho Iloynl Ha- was superior to Its opponents, anil
walan garage, has splendidly fitted up tho only excuse offered by the losers
repair Bhops. Every niachlno that his was that their ponies were Inferior
experts can possibly renulro Is on to those of the American players,
hand, and tho latest addition Is u bono Tho American team that brought
' furnace for tempering gear. The part the cup back to this country con
to bo tempered Is baked for not less slstcd of Harry Payno Whitney, De
. than eight hours In tho furnaco, sur- vcreaup Mtlburn, Lawrence Water
rounded by bono dust, It is claimed ' bury and Monty Watcrbury.
that thoro Is not another furnaco of
tho samo klud In tho Islands.
HONOLULU SHOT IS
THIRD IN MATCH
7. Stone of N. 0. H. Makes Total
Score of 320 in Individual Shoot
and Gets Bronze Medal.
second gold medal with a scoro of
323. J. Stono of the Hawaiian Na
tional tiuard got tho bronze medal
with n scoro of 320.
Gcorgo lifckloy, Jr., will ceitalnty
liavo n flno garage within n week or
to. Tho workmen nro hard at It turn
ing tho old duelling house at tho cor
ner of Alaken and HotuI Directs. Into
an up-to-ilnto garage. Theio will bo
two entrances to tho garugo, and also
n ilrlvo nrounil Iho back In n cemented
!wash house, whom tho mnchlncn will1
bo cleaned up. Tlu vonnm nt Iho bick
of tho girago will bo w.od for lepalra
nn'il as storo roumn; Iho whole plicj
is being renovated aid will bo un ad
dition to tho nuiiy ll.io euwa In tho
"It, la estimated that OU.oO.O wnrili
'or nowi matter wo'ro trlrfir.v.ihud
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,tho (Hidden tcur. I
In a letter to tho Supervisors tho
Major strongly recommended that tho
btrects leading to Fort linger bo built
or repaired aq tho case may bo. Tho
Itoad Committee has already acted fav
orably on tho matter and will start
things moving next month.
Hawaii not only greatly Improv
ed upon last ycar'B scoro at tho
Camp Perry rlllo langc, but ono of
tho N. O. II, men actually took tho
bronze medal at the national shoot.
Tho winner of the Individual
match modo a total of 330, and pur
representative, J, Stono, wasqnly
10 points behind the nnvyma'h. The
fcccond man, who took n gold medal,
only defeated Stono by tho narrow
margin of 3 points!
If Hawaii is proud of tho team as
a whole, and undoubtedly we are,
what sort of a reception should
Stone get on his return homo? Just
think of It; from tho nild-Paclflc w)
send n team or rlllo shotB who do
fcat a largo number of mainland
teams, and then to cap it all, ono of
our boys almost wins tho most co
vetcd trophy of nil.
Stono has advertised Hawaii to
tho limit, and people- who would
hardly seo the N. Q. II. team way
down tho list .will sit up and tako
notice when "J. Stone, Honolulu,
strikes their eye.
.Colonel Jones must bo n very
proud man today, and tho rest of
tho N. O. II. rlllo team should bo ns
happy ns tho proverbial "Larry."
Now would bo a good tlmo to start
promoting citizen rlflo clubs all over
the islands. Wo have excelled In
all other kinds of sports, and why
not organize shooting clubs and get
all tho young follows of the group to
go In for rlflo practice on Saturday
Tho sporting side of rlflo shooting
Is lmmonse, and besides the satisfac
tion of knowing that If the neceslty
ever aroso wo would have men train
ed to ,tho uso of the rifle, would bo
It only needs some one with a lit
tlo energy to start the civilian rifle
club Idea, for thcro are plenty of
Secretaries or other author-
lzcd representatives of clubs
are nsked to send in a list ot
events, scheduled by them, thit
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commit-
nlcntlons to tlm Sporting Edl-
tor, Evenrng Bulletin.
Aug. 28: Punnhuiis vs.
Aug. 28: Artillery vs.
N. O. II.
Aug. 2D: II. S. M. vs. K. A. C.
Aug. 29: J. AC. vs C. A. C.
Aug. 30: .Championship
Sept. C: Medal.
Sept. .18; Hcalnnls vs.
keen-eyed, steady nerved men In this
city who would bo only too glad to
put In a Saturday afternoon on tho
range, (let busy, somebody; now Is
tho tjmc to ttnrt tho team going.
I). S. IliiUols of Syrncuso tecs In
Yellowstono Park possibilities of great
uso of tho motor car. Ilcccntty when
at Mammoth Hot Springs he had occa
sion to call upon II. W. Chllds, who
1ms for sonio time had n Franklin car
lu scrvico In that region.
That eventually n number of cars
will bo nscd In Iho park Is Mr. I)u
Uols' expressed belief, but ho ndds, "At
present tho nnrrow roads otter so big
an objection that tho government will
not allow them In tho reservation."
Tho Secretary of tho Interior recent
ly visited tho park and dispelled It
with n view to admitting automobile-.!.
At present tho transportation Is pro
vided by 1500 horses and 150 Btagcs,
with 200 drivers.
There Is no dissecting of tho hood
nocessary In getting at tho englno of
tho Franklin automobllo. It tilts as a
wholo and is instantly removnblo;
thcro aro no shutters and folds to com
plicate Its operation.
Tho hood Is held down by a strop
into which u vanadium steel spring
has been Inserted, tho spring serving
to keep the strap tight and hold tho
Just N Arrived in S.S. Imrline
The Finest Lot of Mules
Ever Brought to Honolulu
Now On Sale
Schumair Carriage Co., Ltd.,
Merchant Street, bet. F6rt and Alakca
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'V I--romJAiulI 1 t'- July 9, loo dajs,'
?'h200 nntuinuhllcH v.'oie leglatoiod In
tllidlaiia. It 11 cstiniairu uibi in-)
'"njo i:f citJ i'i th.it Ctato nv!i-nc3J
Who nnnual 200-nillo flock cuassly
o to bo run by tho Qitalor City
tiirlClttb, In rclrjiumt 1'ilik, In
IQutober.tewlll probnbjy bo opmt tt'
THE ATHLETIC PARK, WHERE EVERY SUNDAY EXCITING GAMES OF BASEBALL ARE PLAYED BEFORE IMMENSE CROWDS OF FANS. THERE IS ALSO A MOVING PICTURE SHOW EVERY EVENING
AT THE PARK- AND THE SCREEN CAN BE SEEN JUST AS WELL FROM AUTOMOBILES AND CARRIAGES AS FROM THE GRANDSTAND AND BLEACHERS.. ( ,
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