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Local and National
GREAT POLO MATCH
There-Is going to be one great day will piny tbclr best team, nml It
or K)lo at I.oltchua on Wetlnesdny will bo as follows. Walter Dllllng-
noxt; when tho Oahu team will onco ham, Dr. Ilnlilwin, Sam Ilaldwln
moro play tho Fifth Cavalry. And and John Fleming,
although tho Fighting Fifth havo Tho Maul team, which Is to arrive
Bono down In defeat several times to hero September 8, will Include,
tho Honolulu player, tho Schoflcld Frank and Harry Haldwln, Harold
llnrrncks four aro determined to rIvo Itlcc and David Fleming. This com-
the city men the goof their lives. blnatlon Is a very strong ono and
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season. ; Office Fort St,
Hotel Street, near Fort. "" '
to,nVeerteback:eaUouroldcus-Evening Bulletin 75c,"Per Month
Honolulu Construction &, Braying Co.,
Opp. W. O. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
Waller Dillingham, the best pol o player in the Hawaiian Islands.
He captains the Oahu team and plays a reliable game in any position.
And iih the match Is to ho played
on tho I.cllelnm grounds, and tho
Fifth havo been print Icltin hard fur
homo time, thcro )s no doubt that
our homo Icittn will liuvo lo Khuw
their best form to ,wlu.
Wednesday'!) Rsiiic. will ho tho Unit
of tho Inter-Island series, and Inter
on the other matches In which the
Sam Baldwin, who has shown re
markable form on the polo field this
season. He is a hard-riding, fear
less player, and can be depended on
in a pinch.
players from Maul will (alio part,
will ho played.
Tho Fifth will lie represented by
tho samo four players iih beftiro, vU
l.leutH. QueeKcinoyer, Hanson, liar
nnrd mid Cnptnln Forsytho. Onhti
v.; -t VHBa .;.
11 i 11
crowd of polo fans. From the start
tho game should be a rattling good
ono and, although the Oahu team has
the 'coming gamo should be a very
Tho Congressional party will tako
a special train from Tear) Harbor to
Lcllchua, nnd after the parade will
watch tho polo game. Tho local
men will send their (ionics down by
rail tomorrow, so as to rest them be
fore the match.
(liven a fine day a record crowd
will doubtlem wntch tho struRRlc be
tween tho civilians nnd tho Army
Aala Park Sunday
At Aala Park yesterday the Kewa
los defeated -the Palamaa by a score
of 6 to 0, and the Fort Shatters put
It over the C. A. C. to tho tuno of 14
to 2. For tho Shatters nil tho men
with tho exception of two scored,
nnd that la Rolng some.
Tho first game was a walk-over
almost for the Kcwnlos, who white
washed the other bunch. The Ko
walos scored In the first, fourth, fifth
and sixth Innlngr, and tho I'alatnns
could not manngo to cross the home
pinto at all.
The usual 8undnr crowd attended
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the gnmes. and great Interest was nmel on nimxiui pavements mm jv
shown In the Hlversldo games. Frco rattle, shako nnd Jar on rotiRli roads;
bnll has a hold on the public of this because- ot tho strut rod construction
city, and a big bunch of spectators they mako more noise than the Frank
always roll up to root for tholr far- n with Its l-ss weight nnd more tr
orltcs. The official scores of both fectlvo spring
games are as follows: Strut roils combined with n steel
C, a. C. I Iramo and semi-elliptic springs Iran
1234 f, fi 789 suit shock to the pansi'tiRem' while tho
ilium .. . nnn20nnon-2 Franklin cliast-lx frame of wood na
tures of tennis tournaments will ha
seen. At 4:30 Mrs. Ucorgo Davis
and V. P. Ilotli will play B. 8. Oco
and Mrs. D. I). Gregory; Mrs. S. 0.
Wilder and George Davlcs meet Miss
Ulrncy and David Anderson; Miss
M. Hnll nnd F. K. Stecre, a bye; Miss
Dosher and Noel Dccrr vs. Mrs. Hind
and Sonny Cunlin.
Tho first match between Geo and
his partner against Will Hoth nnd
Mrs. Davis should be a beauty, nnd,
nlthottRh Hoth has not played any
tennis lately, be will be sure to rIvo
glimpses of his easy, and hcary
stylo of play.
All tho players aro requested to
be on tho courts promptly, so ns to
allow ot the matches bcltiR played
on time. Some o ftlio best tennis
ever witnessed In theso Islands
thould be seen this ntternoon, nnd
a feature of the day will bo tho re
turn ot Will lloth to the Rnmo.
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Local And Coast
Spring construction Is a prlmo factor
In the elimination of noise In tho op
eration of an automobile, nnd tho full
elliptic springs ot tho Franklin typo
have fewer Joint than hnlf-ulllptlc,
sprlliRs and no links.
Tho heavier automobiles may bo
sorbs vlbrallun. On the end of etch
M'tnl-clllptlc spring is a shackle of
two Joints. The strut roils have a
Joint on each end. Knch joint rattles
as It wears. The strut rods and tonpiu
rods Instead of tho springs do the pull
Iiir and pushing and tnkc tho resist
anro of tho reverse iorqiic. They nlso ,
tnkc the horizontal component shocks,
the somlrlllptlc springs taking only
double play, Aslng to WonR tho up and rtown shocks.
Time of Ritme, 1:40. Urn- Franklin si'iltiRii nVe not shnckled
llasc hlts...l 110 10 0 0 01
12 3 4 6 6 7 8 9
Huns 0 1 3 3 2 fi 0 0 14
llase hlts.,0 0 4 4 0 2 0 0 1U
Two-baso hits, McCall, GonRoll,
Santcn, Iloulun; bases on balls, oft
Ho Yup &; struck out, by Ho Yup 2,
by Mies 7; hit by pitcher, Lemn.
McCall; sncrlDce hits, Wong Wal,
Mining. 8corc, W. Tin to tho rramu; hence ttiey no noi-pro,
duro n rattle. All the horUontal cum;
pnncnt shocks nro taken up by tho
1 2 3 4 G
Huns 00 0 0 0
llase hlts...l 0 0 0 1
1 2 3 4 S
Runs 1 0 0 2 1
Ilaso hlts...l,"0 0 2 1
6 7 H a
0 0 0 00
0 0 1 14
C 7 8 9
10 0 5
2 0 0 6
Two-baso hits, ICualll, Paaluhl,
Freltas, Depoute; bases on balls, oil
"I Is u source' ot gratification to'
me," said 0. K. Howard of tho Howi
ard Automobile Company. "o know
that 1 am supported In my position
with refcreneo to tho barring of low
priced cars In the 300-mllo track
race to be held at Tnlifornn in Sept.
George Dennison, a Ant-class
player, who is unable through'buii
ness cares, to take part in many polo
games. He it a daring man on a
horse and docs some fine riding off
should prove hnrd to bent; however,
Oahu Is now represented xby about
tho strongest team that over turned
out to do battlo for tho polo honors,
nnd tho Mnul men will have to play
Kaal 1, off Dconte 4;struck out, 6, by practically tho entire automo
by Kaal 4, by Ueponta G; hit by bile fraternity, with the exception
pitcher, Aylctt; passed ball, Kama; of those who aro directly Interested
sacrifice hits, Klwa, M. R. Freltas. In tho success of a tow of the high
Time of game, 1:35. Umplro, Fred cr priced cars. The expressions of
Mining. Scorer, W. Tin Chong. sympathy with my attitude which 1
tt tt 8 have rcoclvcd from all quarters are
OAHU JUNIOR STANDING, sufficient assurances (lint tho public
P. W. Pet. a convinced of tho merit of my
P. C. A G 4 .800 claims. It Is n repetition of tho
Asahl 4 2 .fioo nction recently taken by ninny of
Mu Hock G 2 .400 the promoters of race meets througli-
C. A. C. Jr 4 1 .250 out the cast, notably that nt llrlght-
OAHU LEAGUE STANDING.
P. W. Pet.
Doers 6 G .833
J. A. C 7 4 .555
C. A. C 7 3 .428
Marines C I .106
This afternoon the championship
tennis tournament wilt be continued
on the Beretanla courts. Iloth tho
sepil-flnals In the ladles' and gentle
men's events will be played off, and
iome fine tonnls should be seen.
Miss Hall will play Miss Illrncy
and Mrs. Gregory will meet Mrs.
Hind; both matches should be most
Interesting ones, and It Is thought
that Miss Hall will have to play her
best to get Into the final.
In the gentlemen's singles Geo
will meet Waterhouse, as tho Rich
ards bavo all retired oh account of a
death In the family
As soon as the singles aro pau tho
mixed doubles will be played, and
then one of tho most pleasing tea-
on lleach on July 30, In which a
classlllcalon of a minimum of $1',
000 wns made.
"Tho motive In placing a mini
mum Just over tho price of tho
nulcK-1", which they hail never
been nhlo to defeat on iho track,
was so apparent to all that- n utorni
of protests, went up from tho eastern
prchs, and the action was charac?
tcrlzcd as tho most open and flag
rant offense ngnlnst (ho basic prin
ciples of sportsmanthlp over porpo-
tratcd. Although n feeble effort has
been attempted In the local case, It
Is difficult to explain to the satis
faction of tho public, and to sus
tain a position in whjch n car liko
tho llulck-40, that it must ho ad
mitted they havo failed, to defeat,
should bo elminatcd arbitrarily by
a minimum classification, and every
lover of true sport will illsapprovo
ot such action."
Writing paper for social and bus!,
ness corrchpoudonco Bold by tho pound
by A. II. ArlelRh & Co., Hotel street, ;
ipposlto Union, Knvolopcs to match. "
TIiIh g iho best and most economical .,
way to buy writing paper, "'
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Dr. Baldwin, who knows the game
from first to last; he is a left-hander
and has some fine back-hand strokes
which he uses with great judgment,
John Fleming, who' is always on
the ball and has a knack of hitting
the sphere on the fly. In the last
match he scored a goal in that man
ner; a fine player, and a level-headed
Halelwa Is tho placo to end your
holidays tor the summer, It Is con
venient lo town by auto or train noil
Iho neconuiioilatloiiH nnd meals cannot
better than they over plnynd before
Wednesday's match will bo played
In thn prescnen of tho Congressional
party, and nlso of tho usual big
Formerly cutter for H. P, Both, it
now in charge of L. B, KERR tt
CO.'S TAIL0RIN0 DEPARTMENT.
TOE NAIL CLIPS
INCLUDED IN OUR VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
MANICURE GOODS YOU WDLL FIND THE HANDY TOE
NAIL CLIPS THAT ENABLE ONE TO CUT TOE NAILS
WITH PRECISION. IN THE LOT WILL BE FOUND,
ALSO, ALL THE ARTICLES AND PREPARATIONS NEC
ESSARY TO KEEP THE HANDS IN PERFECT CONDI
TION. ' .
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREET. PHONE 387.
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