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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 15, '09
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Use RED SEAL CARBON-!t is the Best
SOLD ONLY BY THE OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Arrived by " Hilonian " rWSmKtF P5v
BY V. L. STEVENSON, t
A large Consignment of the
Chain and Belt Drive.O' "VS. ;CaUnd See Ihexn
OAHU PLAYS MAUI
POLO GAME TODAY
with tlte landsmen. "SplKo' lllgglns
was playing In tho ball gum jester
day, and ho looks ns chuvrful ns of
yoro. Ho ut up somo flno sloush
when tho fleet was hero before, mill Is
qulta willing to box any ono of his
Joe Yordt and II. P. Schtxl aro tn'
likely youngstcre, who arj spoiling
for a scrap and their trainer, Hill, yl
tho California, Is looking for in.tlcliui
This nrtcrnoon tho much talked Harold Iltco and David Fleming
of polo Kamc between O.ilui and Every one of tho eight plnycu Is n
Maul will take plaro nt Mnnnahui, top noteher at tho game ah J some
anil one of tho keenest struggles of tho moat brilliant play that 1ms
Hint has over been fought out In ever licon seen hero shou'J bo wit-. - -,
Hawaii should eventuate, incased this afternoon. 'AlTOy aiCl iNiVV
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All llio preparations navo oeen mu giuuc mi u mi n.- ........ (
mndo for tho game, and the pontes plonshlp of tho Territory, and tho
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"Medals mean merit
Highest awards Chlcsgo
1893; r.irl 1900; St. I-onla
1904; New Orleans 1885."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., ltd.
Polo on Mules
nml ni-n nrp In nxrcllant form and winners will well deserve'tm: title.
ready to play tho game of their This evening nt the Moana Hotel
I'ulo used to bo played on millet
and Is reternl thousand cnrs olilcr
than was supposed, according to tho
statements of Isaac Talor Headland
of l'cklng Unhcrslty.
I'rofessor Headland hays that one
lav ho was In ii curio shon In tho
Tfaclc IVIeet cnil,ul c,t ' tno citincso Empire
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A Properly !
Is a great comfort to the
mnn or woman with proper
ty, for, no matter what
happens, thq estate will bo J
disposed of according to the
expressed last wishes.
We draw up wills free
of charge if we arc made
one of the executors.
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Bethel Street. '
A new shipment of
Chinese Silk and Grass Linen
Just arrived from China in suit patterns and shirt
Table Covers and Doilies
In all sizes. .
New heavy and 'light pongee silks and grass linens.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel SU.
I I . &-. P '-VVV
Who Will Show the Maui Boys What
a- Good Horse and a Fearless Bider
Furniture Co., Ltd.
GOOD MEAIS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
Wc want to see all our old cus
tomers come back.
Open a Saving Account. Interest
Four and Onchalf Per Cent.
V BANK OF HAWAII, LTD. '
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000,00,
(To.. YEE HOP & CO.
Defy fire and cracksmen with
,Small, medium and large
lives. The match will start at 3
o'clock sharp, and by that time a
blB erowd of niitos and rips will, no
doubt, bo on tho grounds.
Squlro Damon's beautiful domain
Is 'looking nt Its best now, and the
polo field has been rolled uiui tho
Krnss cut, till It looks more like a
tennis coujt than anything cl.io.
The Ouhu team has not lit"
beaten this season, and they, have
had some fine Banics with the Fifth
Cavalry, who have always given tho
Honolulu four a go for their none.
The Left-Handed Crack Player, Who
Should Surprise the Haul Ex
perts This Afternoon.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
Steam Roller and Traction Engine
With our new combination engine we are prepared to undertake
rolling, plowing and heavy hauling. See ui for rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co
The Han Who Hits the Ball on the
Fly. He Can Be Relied Upon, to
Plav His Usual Brilliant Qame,
and Will Be Right There in Rid-
J Office Fort St,
0pp. W. G. !rwin-& Co. -
Tim Maul team Is In flno fottlo, anil
Inst Saturday' at I.cllchuu ran over
tho Cnvalry tonm. Judging from
tho form of both teams, this after
noon's gnma should ba n beauty,
and, licjonil saying that It will tako
u vory good team to beat the Ouhu
boys, it Is iluky to try Mind pick a
Wuller Dillingham will lead hi
side, and Dr. Baldwin, Sam llnldwln
nnd John Homing will do or die In
his wnko. Maul will be lepriwiitod
by Krnnk Ilaldwln, llnny llildv.lii,
the polo Huh will give a hi'i, and
It should bo cue of tlit mo.il cu.'oy
able ot tho season.
A clmrgo ol 1 will be tn.idc to
seo tho gumo at Moanalua Dili afl'r
noon, and the receipts will go to
defray tho.licavy expenses th teams
Imvo been put to.
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Big League Pau
It has been decided to call off tho
balance of tho Dig Icaguu ball games
for this season. Tho present scries
will ba discontinued, according to Ed
Kernamlcx, and next year Urn Hono
lulu Lcaguo will start o-vrly und du
things from 'the opening ol the season.
This Is bad news for tho lovers of
tho gamo, nnd tho thousands who saw
tho last gamo between tha Diamond
Heads and tho St. I-ouIb aro simply
wild to seo tho nines come togothcr
1 would bo a flno Idea to hafa a
series of threo games played hotweon
tho Diamond Heads and Saints, and
such a Bcrles would draw i big crowd
for sure. Tho last gamo between tho
two teams resulted In tho Diamond
Heads being defeated, and their sup
porters aro ery anxious to seo tho
teams hitch up once more -
A series of threo game? would bn a
good Idea, and it Is tn bo hoped that
tho powers that be arrango It so.
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No Boxing Till
i Fleet Returns
tluxlng inutt'MS ro very outlet and,
as Mr as tno uu KB, iimrc win no
nothing doing tl'l utttr tha kblps re
turn next wco'j, Dirk lu'llvan rind
tho managemeiii (t tho A'hluilA Park
havo the matter :i l.und, u id they have
Oecldcd to Inn.) :i uontcsi's till later
Contrary to expei-tillnnv, Cha'llo
Itellly did not rmro In ni the trans
port, nnd nelthei M fori or O'Nfclll
put In an appcnMiuo.
However, bohio mntcn'js wjll bo
brnught off for suro, nnd tho sailors
will bo given nil opportunity to mix
things with themxclUM ua well ns
There Is' a probability of n big
Artriy.and Navy track meet taking
place In the near future. Such an
event would be ah cioch-making
affair, and the class of sport put up
should put all pitvlous attempts In
tho same Jlne In the shade.
With ,tho number of soldiers and
sailors that aie no win these Islands
a splendid day's sport should bo got
together. Running' races, walklns
rnces, high and long Jumps, pnlo
vaults, throwing the hammer, etc.,
would be on the program, and prop-
fliktima wntiM rntprfrnin ttm dIN v
. .. - - - , 7, ''Chinese
lerenu resiinenin. lit yrosviii m mu
islands, and. the result would be ouo
ot the. best dy's porta ever seen In
The officers ot tho various regi
ments have lieen approached as to
the prospects of lie field sports, and,
one and all, tlioy havo declared
themselves bear Illy In accord with
the Idea, and havo promised to as
sist tn every possible way.
The Idea Is being worked up. and
although now In Its Infancy, Is be
ing well thought out by Mr. Graham
of tho Service Magazine
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Local and Coast
Things aro very busy at tho von
Hntnm-Young garage at present,
nnd Manngcr Hodgo Is up to his c)os
In work. Tho auction sale ot sec
ond-hnnd cars on Saturday last was
a success, and the six machines wcro
disposed of. Mr. Dunn of I'carl City
bought the Dulck and got It at a
Ily the Manchuria a White Steam
er demonstrating car came to hand,
and a beautiful specimen of auto
building It is.
1 The Associated .garage Is also
vory busy at present, and Harry
Murray Is anxiously awaiting tho
arrival ot the Hudson Twenty car,
which should como to hand very
soon now, .
Additional-Sport on Page 9
, FULL BOOKINGS.
According to W. J. Cooper of tho
Promotion Committee, who returned
yesterday 'on tho Mnnchiirla all linen
running boats between here and San
Francisco havo been booked full for
two months ahead and ono boat.
scheduled to depart from 8an Francis
co lato In November, has already been
booked for seventy.
The Shrlncrs, Klks ot Salt Uiko City
and Knlchts or Columbus aro all ar
ranging parties tn como to the Island
and the 'congestion of traffic has been
ascribed to the work of tho Promotion
In n search for something unusual
In tho way of pictures.
"Among many other things,
brought out," says Professor Head
laud, "was u painting of five men
Chinese of cuiiine dressed In tho
style ot the Ming Aunsty, a gaib or,
four or tho hundred years ngo--
playing polo. The plclmo was paint-'
ed on n piece of silk about three nnl t
a halt fi-nt long mid llftceu Inches
wide. The silk hud originally been
whltp but through tho )enrs and
fcntu ha since It was executed it
h.'il ti nid a bi'iiiitlfitl brown.
It was mounted on thin, white
ivlcr, faced with tlnwurcd .
silk nrouml the pluro In the form
Of what the JapanexeTnll a Makl
hono, Or horizontal scrotd 'about 'three
feel long, so ns to male the roll
thick enough to roll the scroll pro
perly nnd nt the same time have
enough rolled on the outsldo to lov
er und protect the painting.
In response to ti query ns to what
the,1 figures In the picture were sup
posed to ho doing the proprietor of
the curio shop stated 'knocking
horse ball," Mr. Headland onscnetl
that he men wero not upon Iior3Kt
but were riding mules whereupon
tho Chinese delivered hlmrclt of
this Phllllplc, of Interest to all pom
players who hne not been playlugj
the game according to tho ancient'
"Quite right, a horse would bo too1"
large to turn quickly and piny easi
ly, and ho would not be high enough
to stnnd tho game."
India was supposed toiavo been
tho homo of polo but It now sei'ius't
that'Clilna had since claim on 'ho ft
right of discovery. Ilafcrring to tho
origin of tho gnnio Professor Ilead-S
"The reason why I do not suggest jy
that polo took Its name for Itist'JJ,
great Venetian trnelcr, Marco Polo'S'
because It was not Known 'to 'Kurn-,
peans until thVy had played It In, ft
Assam In 1701, then cnrrlcd It to
Calcutta In 18G3. brought It to KnK-Ji
land In 18G9; and it was Introduced"
Into America In 1870. j
"Hut there is still somethingta.
which looks suspiciously ns if MarcojfJ
Polo, his father, or Ills uncle, ma)'-
have had something to do wtthjjjj
bringing It from China to West-
trn Asia. Thorn Is nil lllumln-
utcd manuscript ot flattx (a l'cr-n
slan poet) dating from 1510, thoS
timu of Marco Polo; and It shows a
plcturo of threo Persians on huihjjj
hack, playing polo, two ot them nfir
ter tho ball and a third getting aTj
fresh mallet.. This manuscript Is lu-n
the Jlodleln Library in Oxford
though the mullets urn mure UKu,
croquet or polo mallets than llko'
thoso in a Chinese painting. Tliu
name polo Is snld lo come from tho
Tlbetlan name pulu, the material
from which the ball Is made In that
country. The gamo hus been play"
ed fur centuries throughout .Ula."i
"Could I soil you an Imported Per
sian cat for a thousand dollars?"
ventured the cat anil dog fancier. ,
"What?" exclaimed tho million
aire In surprise. "Why, I Just
fought a lii.OO bull dog from ou
the other day."
"Yes, but I thought you'd want a
$1,000 cat for that swell bull dog
to "chnse. You surely wouldn't al
low a r.,000 bull dng tn chase n
common cat, would you?"
Tho lost Jewels mid orjlcrs of Kala- ,
kaua havo been found und yesterday
were turned oer tn Prlneo Kuhlo.
Yesterday afternoon John T, Sllva, an (
employe ot tho Piind Diary, dclUercd
tho satchel containing tho Jewels, stat
ing that ho had found them on Knla-'
kaua avenue, where they had dropjied
out ot tho Princess' carriage. The bag
contained several roal orders and It'
wns liecauso of their loss that Prlneo
Kuhlo hurried hack from Illlo.
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