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UVCNfNG IIUM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, SUIT. 30, '09.
TENDER FOR THE TITLE
It ii ' wF ' ' '
lly winning Iho nil coiueis' tournament nt Newport, W'llllnm J. Clothier, founcr national lawn tennis
iliniiiiilim, earned tho light to piny Wllll.ini A Lamed for tlie championship title. Lamed has been chnm
plon font Jems anil ha liccn a pro.nlnuit tlsure In leilnls for moio til in twenty )enis. No other tennis
ilnrr lias won bn many humus. ll pliv tills cnr hetrn.ved In nu maimer the Tad Hint lie Is more than
lorl) uus old. Ho won tlio'ih.imiiliiinihlp title In ltini from SI, I. Whitman, successfully defended It In
1902 against the Kngllsliiunn, It. 1' l)ihe.t, won U, again In 1907 though the default of Clothier and
maintained It' Inst jcar ngalnfct Ho In C Wright. Clothier In 10G won the finals ami then the champion
chip by defeating Hods C WilKlit Luiied viiatiilncil an Injuiy earl) this e.ir, wlilth Kept him out of
the ginio for tunic time, llcfore li liml f ilil lecoveied ho defeated Clothier .it Longwood In (he hnrd Bets.
Clothier latci sprained an .inkle, but n uveitd full) and went tluuugli his Held without much difficulty
until ho met Sluurlio 1' Slel.uuglill i, the California ei.u li, whom lie defeated In u billllant match. Lamed
again held championship Illinois In t ih w.u'a contcit Willi Clothier,
NEWPORT PALACE, A LECIURE
mL II y-
7v n $&$&$' f Ft
Vi h snSL -i.a , , '&yi -ti
On Tuesdnj, Aub 21. and Siljirda) Aiib 25, Sirs 0 It 1' llelmoiit
tluew open her losldPiicu tit Nuw'roii In aid of the KUffianUt c.iiike. Two
Ieetuie(erP ilelhered In the hnusn the fiibt In the lte Dr. Anna
llou-nitl Hlunv, piesldeiit of the Na Innul Woiihiih SulTinKe Askocla
tloti,""iiml the ntiii'i l IW C'haili'H .uclillu of the CIiIcsbo rnlcisltj.
AcuirilliiK to Hi') public nnnounco ueuts or the hi Hues lontiilned in
inrds llbeinlJy dlsplajcd at Newport, XmiaMiiifccit I'lei , JuiiiphIowii,
"Watch Hill It ittl p8nwhuic, ndiuUslou to the kctiiro was limited, and
an uitiaiit'e fio of C was elmrncil fm eaih loiliuo The pitmeds wein
Kheli in tlio siiffinBl1'' eaiipo. I'D an limn bifoui the lecture Inspec
tion of the house was prniilttod. Sirs lli'ltnoiit who has InKin up the
HiffriiKi' f .him wllli na much zeal n Sim ri.umKo II. MncKii) and nih
il otltt It i.li'is, was K'lunlly widowed llei llrnt liiisbautl, fiimi
whom she was dlwmeil, w.m William K Vunilubllt
SUFFEAGISTS, AND ITS OWNER.
Sits: Corn I'lielpt, halng refused
lo Ilr with me, I will no loiiBcr bo
icsponslblo foi nn debts she may
toutiHtt. s. a. I'iini.rs.
I, On YonR, of Wahlawn, O.ihu,
hae this day sold all my Interest in
Iho laundry business to l.iiu Lock,
and after this day I shall not be re
sponsible for any clothing delivered
short or any other obligation of
said laundry business.
Wahalwa, O.ihu, Sept. Gth, 1909.
JUO-lm ON YONQ.
CoiiBtructlon of SltiBnzIno fat Tort
hhaflcr, II, T. Olllto CoiihiructlnB
(lunitermaster, Honolulu, Slpt. 2(i,
liin'l. Sealed iiiDposnls In tilplluito
will bo lclelM'd at this olllco unttl
Hi a. in. October 27, 1909, and then
opt mil, for the construction of u
SIiik.iIiio at Pint Shaftcr, It, T as
per plans and speclllcatlons on lllo
In Jhln olllic, a coiiy of which can bo
pic'iircd by deptnltliiR a buiu of ten
($10) dollars, until tlm return of
b.une. Hn elopes should ho endorsed
'Tioposils foi ConMiutlloii of Miir
iilne," mid adtliessid to SI. N'. Palls,
Captain and Quaiteimastei, U. S. A.,
4425-Sept. 27, 28, 29, SO: Oct. 2.", 20
1'ioposals for Plectrlc Plxtmes nt
Port Shaflei, II, T. Omeo gf Con
stiiKtlng ()uai Lei master, Honolulu,
11. T, Sept. 20, 1909. Sealed pio
posals In triplicate win bo ieceled
hcie until 10 n. m Oct 27, 1909,
and then opened for furnishing and
Installing of lllettrlc Plxtmes mid
tho wiilus (if lluee (,T) hulldliiKS at
I Pint Shatter, II T, lu in cm dance
with spccllliatloiiB nn file In tiffs of
llie, mid a top) of wlili h (.in fie-ob-tallied
b) depositing lie ($5) dol;
tin u tin til the icttiiu of haute Kit
eloies lotitaliiiug pioposnls plinuld
be eiiilorn'il ' Pioposnls fur Kloidlc
PIxtuiiM" ami addii'Sifil to SI, N
Palh. Captain and (JiiaileinnBter, l'
S A., CoiiBliiiclliiB Qiuileimnstel
ll2.'i.Sopt 27, 2S, 29, UO, Oct. 23, 20
I RECREATIONS I
A O00D SHOW.
Tliete mo many parts of tlio world
that luiNO benellttcd tluough tlio ef
forts of tho entcitiilncrs on the
Amcilcuu iittlcKblis and cruisers. It
bccnf) ns tti'ii.sli the llivt tb I tit? the
bos do whin tlie reach n port is to
lniiilio into the charity organiza
tions ami pick out the most deserv
ing for n benefit The bojs on the
West Virginia hae tho reputation
of alw.i)s being at the front In this
worl, and Honolulu Ins leastui to
lemcmbcr It Not being allowed to
play for their own financial good,
nud being Veen to nniusc the public,
the) Jump for charity and turn loose
the goils of fun and frolic. Prldny
night tho Jolly Tars of the West
Vliglnla will appear at thu opera
home for the beliellt of tlio Associat
ed Charities. They hao in ranged n
puigi.iiu fin oxcollliiB In every wny
tin) thing that has ever been produc
ed heio by a similar organization.
Tho orchestra will bo composed of
twenty-lhe pieces, each Instrument
lu the hands of n thoiough musician,
co tho dancing mid singing will bo
to good music and good time.
Tho pi oki am Is n long ono and
contains only modern skits, songs
ti ml dances. The dciniind'for seats,
which nio on salo nt tho llorgstrom
Miitlc Stoi o, ,la large. Tlio houso
should bo a bumper.
WAVEHLEY DANCE HAIX.
Wiivcilcy Dauco Hall corner ot
Hotel and llethol streets (it 'which
S, K. Nalnoa s manager, open every
night nt 7 o'clock, Tho admission
fie Is only 10 lents for gentlemen
and IjiIIcu fiee. Those who wish to
danio iay ft lciiIh for each dame,
Uood music: s furnluhcd by tlio Ka
walhu (lite Club, tlio best and lead
ing glut club In the Islands.
An liitcpslug and ainiisliiB stoiy Is
told llliistiatiiitr thu liuirMilotis slolubt.
jot hand poweis of Carter, tho mstu-
i Ions mitKlilau, who will ho Slunagor
Cohen's next nttiactloti at tho Or
pliciim, conimeuclnB on November 11.
Uc.oontly whllo plajliiB In Stimlhi
Carter one da) purchased two iiiuii
goes fioin a stiect vendor and while
cutting ono of than In two ho turned
ami Innocently liuiulicd If It was u
GEAnY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEl ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.S0 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A DAY UP
i A new down town hotel. Still and
iilck structure. Furnished it a coit of
$150,000. Ewj oomlort end contenl
enoe. On csr lines transferring to all
parts of city. Orrnlbus niseis art trains
HO I EL STF.WART
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Adihess 'TKAWETS."
The Host Popular Beer in the World
It commands the highest price, yet leads
all other bottled beers in sales, which proves
that its superiority is recognized in all parts
of. the world. UNQUESTIONABLY
THE KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEERS
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Distributors,
Caloocan ornngo or not, exposing nt'
tho same time to tho astonished gaze
of tho Filipino a bright S20 gold pleco
Imbedded In tho mango. Ho pocketed
It, and then proceeded to cut open the
cecond mango, this time drawing tho
attention of tho vendor without nny
trouble, whose e)es onco moro beheld
u shining 20 gold pleco In a half of
Carter thereupon bought two mine
mangoes and after opening these two
and finding n $20 gold pleco in each
of them, asked tho Kllipluo to sell lilm
n dozen of thu mangoes, whereupon
Rio wily endor rejoined that he would
sell no more. Carter and his friends
t milling!)' took their departure and
from thu opposite sldo of tho street
watched Iho nntlvo slowly pick up and!
halve ono mango after another until
a dozen or moro had been cut In twain.
It. K. nonlne, tho moving picture
magician, Is working on a series of Ha
waiian scenes which will attract moro
than passing attention. No less n task
than tho portrnjlng of tho sports of
Hawaii Sir. Ilonlno set for himself,
and tho ambitious undertaking Is be
ing carried out lu most successful
Surfboatln gand surfboardlng, nth
lcttc sports of all kinds, and other pop
ular pastimes will bo pictured. In
cluded In tho Bcrles Is a remarkablo
film showing kcnjltsu, tho peculiar na
tional swordplay of tho Japaneso. Sir.
Ilonlno lias succeeded In getting nomo
rcmarkublo Iowh of Japaneso cham
pions eugaged In this sport,
An excellent program will ho pro
sontcd at tho Theater Ilonlno tlio rest
ot the weok. Somo new pictures of
tho Honolulu flro department will bo
bliown, and also scones In Korea,
Stockholm nnd Naples. Slay and Ko
oho will do their novel Japaneso act
during tho Intel mission.
Tonight Sir, Ilonlno wilt dlsplny
Miino of his films at tho Pacific Club,
dining thu entertainment which will
ho gtH'ii theio for tho bencllt of the
officers of tlio fleet. Stny and Kcoho
will also tako part In tho special per
formance. HIGHLAND PARK. -After
constderablo trouble, wltlf a
broken cob wheel In tho Bearing of the
motor that works tlio IjlB wheel, Hurry
Worner has now civet) thing In work
ing order and tho human roulette
hecl will spin tonight for tho flist
tlmo lu Honolulu.
S'-atH have been arranged In- tiers
bo that all spcctatoiH can getui good
vlow of tho wheil and there will bo
cndlenH fun for both spcctntois iind
those who enjoy tho unlquo sensation
of taking tho place ot that little whlto
Lai which bogs In and out of numbers
In such a tricky way,
Thu hamuli roulctto wheel Is at
Highland Paik, on tho hlto of tho old
Ocm thoator. It will start rotating
this ovenliifi at 7 o'clock and those
who want to enjoy tho gtcatcst fun
cut must be stuo not to miss It.
SAME OLD STORY.
"Don't )oti bellee," quelled the
fair advocate of woman's lights,
"k'tlint mem live faster than women?"
"I sure do," leplied tho nicro man,
"I wns Jiiht ten mouths older than
in wife when we inartled; and now
I am 12 nud situ was 111) last week'
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Plums 188
Bottled Only at the
LOHlf, U. S. A.
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Wins At Tennis
Uood matches completed tho Coast
tenuis ilinmptonslilp at Dol Monto on
September IS, As u result of the
tourney Northern California secures
the chnniplotiBlilp In men's singles,
mixed doubles and ladles' doubles.
Southern California secures tho wo
men's singles and the Junior cham
pionships in both doubles and sin
gles. North and south divide the
honor of holding tho men's doubles,
as Janes and Krecman, who won the
event, reside in different sections,
The junior championship In sin
gles was plajetl in the forenoon nnd
proved inthcr disappointing, ns John
Strnclian was not nt nil in form,
while Charles Kogcrs, the winner,
pliDed an almost faultless game. Tho
store was C 0, C 2, 6 3.
The women's singles champion
ship match nttrncted tho largest
number of spectators seen during tho
tourney. It wns between SIlss Hazel
Hotchklss nnd Stiss Florcnco Sutton
and furnished another of tho sur
prises which have enlivened this
meeting, for tho United States na
tional champion lost to tho player
from the southland,
Stiss Sutton pln)cd a wonderfully
nciurnto and steady gnmo and seem
ed to uso more speed than usual.
SIibs Hotchklss, on the other hand,
was a llttlo under her regular stand
ard. While tho rallies wcro severe
and piolongcd, sho seemed unnblo to
flnlsli them In her usual fashion and
thioughoiit tho two Bets wns on tho
losing cud by a sioro of I! i, 0 I,
lu thu men's blnglcs Uenrgo Janes
and Chnrlos lingers met In tho cham
pionship match and the spcrtntors
were tiiMled to a severe shock in tho
first Bet, whon Kogcrs, after being
on tho shoit end of a D 1 score,
pulled up by hheer pluck nud bMII to
oven terms and dually won by n scoro
of 7 li. Ho won this set strictly on
his mot Its, outplacing, outdriving
and outvollc)Ing Janes, though tho
latter wns playing in good style.
Throughout tho match, wltkli wns a
vciy lino one, tho spectators wcro
treated to great exhibitions of fast
work. Although Hogcrs iiintlniieil
his good work to tho finish (redlt
alib.ln the long run Janes outlasted
him nnd finally put lluee sets to his
credit, winning the championship by
the scores of 6 7, 6 3, C 3, 6 t.
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Thcie will bo nn upen-for-ull
(deckers tournament' started by tho
Ito)iil School: Alumni on Octobor 19.
Hutrles closo on Octobor IS, and tho
list Is with Louis Kane of tho Hoard
Tho rain pi evented tho skating
races at the Princess rink last night,
and, ttio events were postponed un
til Pilduy night.
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Kiillhl Settlement Iteneflt enter
tiilnuieilt will take place In tho Set
tlement. Jltilldlug Pilday ('Veiling.
Oct 1, nt 7:30,
Additional Spotts on Page 7 ,
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by virtue ot n Writ of
Execution Issued by tho Honorable
Prank Andrnde, Dlstikt Stngtstrntu
of Honolulu, City nud County of
Honolulu, Territory ot Hnwnll, on
tho 9th day of September, A. 1).
1909, In the matter of Harry T.
Mills, lMiilntlrr, versus II. N. Aluiy,
Defendant, I did In said Honolulu,
fMtt, nml fn..,lt nt ltn.ml.al.. i.f.iHn.
said, on the 9th day' of September
A. u. mug, nftcr making demand
for the payment of tho Judgment In
said Kxecutlon upon the said H. N.
Almy, nnd having failed to mnko
such pa)incnt, levy upon nnd Bhnll
ofTcr for sale and Bell nt public auc
tion., to tlio highest bidder at tho
Police Station, Knlakaua Hale, In
said Honolulu, nt 12 o'clock noon
of Krlday, the 15th day ot October.
A. D. 1909, all the right, tltlo and
Interest of Bald II. N. Almy, Defend
ant aforesaid, In nnd to nil tho fol
lowing described property, unless
the sum of two hundred nnd thlrt)
llvo und B8-100 ($235.58) dollnrs,
that being tho amount for which
said Kxccutlon was Issued, together
with Interest, iosIb, my fees nnd ex--penses
nro previously paid.
l'llOPHIlTY TO UK SOLD.
One lot of wooden frame.
CHAIUTKS It. IIOSR.
Deputy Sheriff of Honolulu.
City & County of Honolulu.
Dated. Honolulu, Sept. 13th, 1909.
H13 Sept. 13, 30; Oct. 14.
IN THK CIRCUIT COUHT, PIIIST
Circuit. Territory of Hawaii, in
Probato. At Chambers. No. 4122.
In tho matter of the Kslato of Hllza
both C. Il.irwlck, deceased. On read
ing mid filing tho petition ami ac
lotinls of Hawaiian Trust Company,
Adinlnlstiator with Will Annexed
of. tho IMnto of Ullzabcth O. Ilui
wltk, deceased, wherein petitioner
nsks to bo irllowcd $100,08, nnd
charged with $217.45, and asks that
the samo bo examined and approved,
and that n final order bo iiiudo o!
distribution ot tho rcmnlnlug'ipiop
erty to tho persons thcicto entitled
and dlschnrgjng petitioner. It Is or
dcrol that Slondiiy', thu 25th day of
October, A. D, 1909, nt 10 o'lloik a.
ni before tho Judgo presiding at
Chambers of said Cmirt at his Court
Itooni In thu Judiciary Iltilldiug, lu
Honolulu, County,, of Honolulu, bo
and tho 'saino narcby Is appointed
tho tlmo nml plate for healing B.ilil
Petition und Accounts, and Hint nil
persons Intcicnted may then and
tlero appear arid show cause, If any
thoy have, why tlio sumo should not
ho granted, nnd may present ovl
demo as to who nro entitled to tho
Dated the lGtludny of September,
1909. 11Y THK COUIIT.
(Seal) St. T. SIStONTON,
Clerk of the Circuit Cdurt
of tho First Clicult,
4410 Sept. 10, 23. 30, Oct. 7.
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SHIPPERS and FAMILY