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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1, '09.
LOCAL AND COAST
Lol and National
Arrived by "Hilonian"
A large Consignment of the
Chain and Bolt Drive.
Call and See Them
POLO MATCH TODAY
OAHU VS. CAVALRY
"Plenty of work nml things rush
ing along," wa- Garage Manager
Hodge's report yesterday.
Walter Dillingham, who will captain the Oahu Polo Team today in
their match against the Fifth Cavalry. He may be relied upon to play
his usual brilliant game and hold his men together in first-class style.
Tlila afternoon nt I.cllcliun the lie will lie mi p ported by three of the
mucli-talkcd-nf iiolno mnlcli botw con best men nt the game, vli.. Dr. and
the Onliu Irani nnd the Fifth Cav-iSum llalriwln nml John Plcmlng.
ulri "111 I io pin) eel. Thcie will lie. The Lcllchua team will he ns Col
li distinguished crowd of spectators, lows: Lieutenants Quekcmeycr,
ns the mcmliera of the Cn'igrcsslonnl ll.irnnnl, IIiuiKon and Captnln For-
li.ii ty will make tho trip from Pearl sythc. TIiIh romhlnatlon must now
I llnihor to Schofleld ll.urncks and! lip pretty well accustomed to each
I will thcic witness tho panicle, of the other's play, nml they will show up
troops nnci men mo poio ninicn. iio iniicn uciier auvnmago mis an-
Although the Cnvnlry lime lieen crnoon than on tho last occasion of
defeated three times by the Ilnno- tho two tennis meeting,
lulu tram, their friends reckon Hint Tho polo field nt Lollehua Is one
they !ino n good chnnco of turning of the heat In tho world, nnd that Is
Franklin motor cabs hac Jtut
been Introduced Into tho cab ser
vice at the llroail street rat I my sta
tion In Philadelphia,
Jim Qulnn made five trips around
the Island Inst week; he tins been
152 times around Oahu and has nev
er had a mishap.
At the Associated Oarage things
nre Just the same: tho arrival of tho
Hudson Twenty nnd a number of John Hammersmith
nhitliiiers.Delrolts Is exiiotled with- t'onoia t.ommiuce.
In a few weeks now.
in these modern times I
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company. Not because
they're men of wealth, but
because they're men of i
good business judgment.
Small investors can avail
themselves of a trust com
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No charge for consultation.
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Cotton and Woolen Blankets,
Sheets and Pillow Cases,
Comforters and Pillows
New patterns of FLANNELETTES, suitable for KI
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ALL KINDS of BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS from $1.25 up.
All sizes. Boys' Knee Pants from 25c per pair up.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King nnd Bethel Sts.
tho tables today, ns tho, gamo will
bo plned on their home ground.
Tho Fifth hnvc been practicing n
lot lately, nnd thvlr ponies nro In
tho best of condition. Tho match
was settled for today, as sumo of thn
I.ellchim best plaers are leaving
for tho roast In n few d.is.
Tho ponies belonging to tho Ho
nolulu team went down to I.ellchim
csterriay, itnri will hu fresh and
well rented for lodn's gntiie.
Walter Dillingham "ill rnptnlii
totl.i's game, nnd there Is no better
man for tho position In tho IslnudB.
going some. The. grontesUare.1
taken of the ground, and ns every
body at tho llarracks Is deeply In
terested In tho games, tho smallest
bare patch Is discussed and then
doctored with n hoc and wntcr till
It Is ns green ns tbo rest of the
The gamo this nfternoon will start
at nhout 3 o'clock or ns soon as the
lunch nml parndo nrn things of tho
past. Tho Congressional party will
return to town on a special train,
which will lenvo I.cllcliun as soon
ns tho polo game Is pan.
S)me Thoughts Of
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I love my wife and
her home cooking, but,
and make the laundress glad
Sold by Grocers
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cus
tomers oome back.
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SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Steam Roller and Traction Engine
With our new combination engine wc are prepared to undertake
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Honolulu Construction & Drayihg Co.,
Office Fort St. Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
! Evening Bulletin 75c. ler Month
If our visitors aro not astonished
at the amount of sport of all de
scription Hint Is to bo seen In Ho
nolulu, It Is bceauso they bnvo not
been hero long enough to notice.
Who would Imaglno for a mo
ment that here in tho mld-I'acino
could bo found nil kinds of nthletlcB
flourishing In tho best possible man
ner? Rather would It bo thought
that our joung men had nil takon
to tho sun bath und hammock class
of strenuous lite.
Hut what do wo find Instead?
Why, ovory form of spurt nhnt ns u
rulo Is to bo found In different sea
sons in l I tier cut tiiuutrlcs is to bo
seen lierp, side by sldn, being tar
ried on nil tho jeur round.
Ilnselinll hns simply beon taken up
by every nutloiiiillty in tho group,
and wo have u few. Just n fow, dif
ferent rates represented hero.
(James nre plnjed all ovor tbo city
ami country districts, und In ocry
backyard may ho seen tiny tots of
both sexes, who nro tnklng to tho
gamo llko a Hindoo docs to bnd lan
Then wo hnvo cricket mntcbes
ovory week, nnd now nnd again our
teams go to tho other Islands nnd
piny games ngninst the other willow
wlctders In tho country districts.
Tennis Is nlwnjs with us, llko
baseball, nnd ns for football, polo,
rowing, hnndhnll, golf, boxing,
yachting, swimming, roller skating
nnd novo nil other branches of sport,
they nro to ho soon o cry where, Ev
eryone goes In for t.omo branch of
sport, and tho tonsoquonco In that
wo tan, whether It ho for u ride,
shout or u Marathon runner, put ns
gooil men In the field ns u city of
llo times our slio.
Hnwnll Is tho plneo for sport,
nnd when a mini does nut enro for
tho rcgulnr old-world stunts, he can
nlwajs tnUe n enr out to Wniklkl
und hno u cut u surf-bonid tiding,
nnd, It hu docs not II nd that thu
YuBlcnlny afternoon the semifinals
of tho mixed doubles noro played oft
on thn Ilerctunla street courts. The
tennis uns of n first class description,
mid both tho lady plajcrs and the
mero men bliowed rcmarkauiy good
Mrs. It. Hind and Cuuha defeated
Mrs. D. D. flrcgory and Ocov 7-6, fld),
0-3 after snmo of the best tennis seen
In thopo Inlands. Tho other match be
tween Miss Hall nnd gtccro was also
n lino ono. nml, although it only went
two sets straight, was full of Incident!
Steuro and hlB partner won, 0 &3.
A big crowd of tennis people lined
tho side Hues, nml oery stroko ns
watched with tho deepest Interest,
(leo and Ills partner played good ten
uis, but Mrs Hind wus tho star play
er of tho four; her return down tho
sldo lines wns wonderful, nnd sho re
turned many of (leu's hardest
Mrs. Gregory ulbo plajcd very well,
and ns this is her first appcaranco In
a tournament sho did remarkable
In tho other match MIbs Dlmcy
playcd n flno gamo, and hor partner,
Anderson, showed nhnt ho can do at
n pinch, mihs nan ami meero woro,
how over, too strong and took tho two
I'lay In tbo gentlemen's doubles will
start today nnd sonic, good tenuis
should bo scon. Tliero aro nlno pairs
tillered und consequently there will
bo seven loos and one match In the
first round. I)corr and Watorhouse
play Conness nnd Major Ixing; Green
field und McKcevcr vs. Stcoro and
llcmcnnny; Cuuha and Geo vs. An
derson and I.ow; Illchards and Rich
ards s. Rrowster ami Ilnosr; Roth
end Williamson will play the winners
of tho Pccrr-Wttterhoufo, Conuestr
nnsta st ttnttttttn 88tttt888
most exciting sport in tho world,
well, ho can't bo u man, ho mint he
Notwithstanding tho promised as
sistance of every organization Inter
ested In motor road rncng, nothing
definite has been accomplished by
the members of the Automobile Club;
of California toward holding ,thp
proposed road race during the Tor
tola celebration. With tho lossof
a few more weeks all chances ol
getting tho services of well-known
Eastern drivers nnd their mnchlnd
will be gone, and the belt the local
motorists enn do will be to hae a
tegular denlers' rnee. In which only
the ngents nlon gnutomoblle row In
San Franciirco will be Interested, sayg
n San Franclbco oxchiiiK'.
Should the lack of energy be re
sponsible for losing tho presence of
tho famous Kastcrn Icann of auto
mobile drivers, local nutomoblllsts
will have only themsches to blame.
Resides the attractln which thest
men would bring to tho raco, the en
thusiasts would miss the best op
portunity of several years for adxer
tlslng this stato and the automobile
Industry In general. Without any
special Inducements to draw a crowd
the Automobile Club of Ixs Angeles
arranged and held the recent road
rncc at Santa Monica, which proved
tho fastest eVent ever held on Amer
ican roads. Over fifty thousand peo
ple gathered from all parts of th
state to witness tho competition,!
and the southern resorta were ad
vertised from one end of tho state to
With the addod Interest of the
Portola attractions, the proposed
road race In Alameda county would
easily attract thousands of specta.
tors and' would bo a benefit to all
of this section of the state.
Oakland automobtllits are' asking
why the details of the race have not
been published. Members of the
Portota committee and several at
the representative automobile agents
havo made numerous Inquiries as to
the details ot the raco. I. J. Morse
of the Locomobile Company Is one
ot the local automobile dealers who
would like to know whether there Is
to be a r' c or not.
"I Iibvp received several letters
from tho factory In regard to the
proposed race," said Morse. "They
say that If I will let them know
when the race Is to be held they
will tiy to arrange to have one ot
our racing teams here for tho event.
80" far I have beon unable to tell
them anything definite. It the au
tomobile Club Intends to hold the
race and make a success of it, it
certainly decide on the date and get
out the entry blanks."
C. S. Howard, western represen
tative of tho Oldsmoblle and Rulck
cars, also was of the opinion that If
the race was to be a success ,or even
If. they were going to niako It a
Ftrlcily dealers' race, the officials
shanld make known some of the
"If we know within the neit few
da)s," said Howard, "wo will be
nble to get our racing team of Iiur
man, Strang nnd Cheverlot to take
part, but If I cannot notify tho fac
tory of the date ot tho raco there
men will havo other racing engage
ments to meet and will not be nblo
to be present."
I C. I.. Rlchnrdson of the Rellanco
Automobile Company, ngent for tlin
Knox cars, said:
i "1 hnxc written to my factory that
the rnic Is scheduled to take placo
Ion Friday of the Portola week, but
ns yet I am not sure that the dntc li
f r m n i i T .... ...Ihm Inn... tina ...
vwiicki, uui idling ii'utii nun .-..-
gagements three months in advance,
and If I can find out when It Is pro
posed to hold the race I can sccuro
the entire team for the event."
"I hae received numerous Inquir
ies about the proposed race of the
Automobile Club of California," said
member of tho
hut I under
stand that Arthur Wntson of the
Automobile Club is out of the city
nnd thnt nothing definite has been
nnnounced ns to the rules or dato
of tho proposed ncnt. Wo nre wil
ling to nstlst the automobile deal
ers and tho club In every wny po
Bible to inn lie the race n success, but
If .they do not mnko the announce
ment soon, It will be too Into to
male the raro ns Interesting ns It
could bo made."
Ilany Wilder reports thnt hu bad
a ride In tln new tin linn machine
tint nrrhed In San Frnnclrco whlln
ho was then, nnd lliev nre nil thnt l
t.aiuua lu, iliii,
If the Automobile Club of Cali
fornia Intends to hold a road tutu
lu Alameda uniiity during tho week
of the Portola celebration arrange
ments will hnvo to bo begun Imme
diately, according to M. J. I.a
mnnee, tho well-known motor rac
ing enthusiast of the trans-bay city
"Oakland nutomoblllsts stand ready
to nsslst tho Automomllo Club In
ccry iKisslblc way to mako tho pro
poned road race n success," sajs
I.njmame, "hut the tluh officials
will liae to do something definite
soon or they will find It Isposslblc
to get tho details for the race com
pleted In time.
"Kor Instance, the roads over
Formerly cutter for E. P. Botb, is
now in charge of L. B. XEBB &
CO.'S TAHOaiNO DBPABTMENT.
which It is proposed to hold tho
ciciil will havo to bo repaired,
bridges built-nnd banks marie. This
may entnll an expense of twenty
thousand dollars, and n sum like
that cannot be raised nor enn tho
work of fixing tho road be done In
a few dajs. Wc are willing to help,
but we certainly can not do any
thing without knowing the details
of the rare."
Other automobillbt's aro complain
ing about tho lack of Information
In regard to the proposed race. J.
A. Morse, western representative of
the Locomobile, sns thnt he will
have one of tho regular locomobile
stock cars entered In tho event as
soon as ho cm And out when the
race Is to be hold, and also It there
will be enough high-class cars in
the lompetltlou to insuro a fatt
race. Agents for the Stearns, 1-oz-tor
Anderson, Knox nnd Rulck cars
are nlxo waiting for Inforamtlou
about the race. With the announce
ments and entry lists out, the offi
cials ot the club could be assured of
a record-breaking list of high-powered
machines for the competition.
Sept. t: Kama vs. Diamond
Sept. C: Punahous ri.
Sept. 4: Practlco Match.
Aug. 31: Championship
Sept. 6: Medat.
Sept. 1: Inter-Island
Sopt. IS: iivulanls vs.
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