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BVENINO BULLETIN,-HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JAN. 10, 19l6.
This Week at m- Park Theater
TWO PERFORMANCES EACH EVENING
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I Miss Victoria Orville Mr. Walter Station v&
In Ballads with Novel Effects The World's Greatest Humorist and Mimic
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IT V. I. STEVENSON.
BIG TENNIS MATCH
LARGE GATHERING AT COUNTRY CLUB WATCHES LONG AND MC
LOUGHLIN DEFEAT BOTH AND CASTLE IN AND OUT
KIND OF FORM IS SHOWN,
1 j, At the Country Club jcstcrday and made a desperate effort to get
afternoon a great gathering of goir """ games.
and tennis enthusiasts crowded the The B"8 went to them
. . . ,. whilst their opponents were getting
cosy clubhouso and scats around tho tMrtJ. ali(, u WM nj,,,,,,,,, for
building. the reason that McLoughlln mado his
All tho morning, and up till nbout only double lault of tho match In
three o'clock, the links wero busily this game.
engaged, but when tho tennis The seventh game also went to
matches started ever body congro- Honolulu, and the Coast men only
gated.around (he court. 'got fifteen points. However, the end
Automob'lles and rigs of all de- was clow, and the eighth game went
scrlptlona were to be, seen around to the mainland players, and wjth It
the drlveSjand.JUrather-remlndel the set and match.
one of'Klorafpara'de day. ' Chance Partner.
Much Interest in tne tennis malcn Then a more Interesting, match
rvaru eiisou mo situation uy notify-
ing president Charles Ebbets of
urooKiyn, wno had placed Ward In n
nomination, that he wished to with- B pfYPT? TK PtT TQQV TTThIVTQ "
draw from the race sns an Kx-'it 1 V-IV 1 ULa, IvUJO X 11 JLsLVAfcJ u
change. After the magnates hud 8
cast three ballots, four voting for .
ru am .our lor it. w. mown ot Anothcr new detachment of tho En- and also to the camp of tho sullde
Loulsvllle. Pres dent Stanley Robin- I glnccrg ,g to bo sent out from tho homo tachment which Is now In tho moun-
.. .....,, w '"-, wlkn Ihn next TOW dais lor lalna hark nf thin PAmn. Thosn Irliw
duty on tho 'military map of tho 11- arc to bo mado thrco times each
and. The detachment wjll be, station, neck,
ed near Walmanalo Plantation and To Duty,
will survey the country around Mo- Private llummvll, who has been In
kapu Point and Makapuu Point. This the ot hospital for j JMjmo time, was
party wilt mnke tho trip from llono- lelttrned to duty with His cumpnuy Sat
lulu to tholrcamp by boat ami the sup- unlay. Private Hummcll contracted n
piles for the detachment Mill bo for- foter while out with the survey do
evaporated when It waa seen that
E. S. Geo was not to partner Roth In
the struggle against the Callfor
nlans. Tho match was looked forward to
as a return one, as the Davis Cup
pair had played Gee jtnd Itoth on a
former visit. i(
However, the powers that be de
cided that A. L. Castle should be
Roth's partner, and attempt to de
feat the Callfornlans.
' The local plajers lost two sets
straight, 6-2, 6-2, and Long and Mc
Loughlln at no time were pressed
h'ar'd. In fact, the tennis showed
waa of a mediocre description and,
except for a few flashes In tho pan,
was not even seiond class.
The Callfornlans won as they
liked, and then did not exert them
selves very much. At tlnies tho
young experts cut loose and ripped
out a good one "out of the box,"'
but .gonorally speaking, they took
McLoughlln Was In far better form
ban when here, last, and his ser
vice was a beauty. His serve Is
very fast, and he hardly ever mado
a fault with It.
Long did .some fine driving, and
some of his heady shots, nfter ho
had worked his opponents out of po
sition, were worthy of Norman
The two young players have kept
their eyes open whilst "down
under," and there leno4doubt that,
before long, they will, ItHhey stick
to the game, take the much-coveted
DavlB Cup home to tho United
States. It won't bo for a couple of
5 ears, however, as the young players
have still u- lot of tilings to learn-
It sums up pretty well tho same "us
' an embrjo boxing champion In his
first engagements. He has the
punch, tho quickness of eyo, tho
pluck and the stamina, but lacks the
ring generalship that can only be
attained In buttling with first-clans
In the frttjeet yesterday the Cal
lfornlans toiljitho Initial game to
their opponents' thirty. The second
game also vas theirs, although It
went tp deuce. Then the local men
took a brace and captured the third
game. . The fourth, however, was
the Davis' Cup men's by a mile.
Then Hawaii sparkled up, and
Castle, showing about the best form
he has exhibited so far, forced tne
game for all he was worth, and after
two deuces won the fifth spasm.
However, the locals hud about
shot their bolt, and the next three
games went to California.
In tho second set the mainland
flayers ran away with the goods and,
making every stroke n winning one,
soon had the set standing at r,-0.
Then Roth and Castle set their teeth
was started, and In Ittho mainland
players were separated. Long and
Castlo became partners against Roth
On paper the latter pair would
-appear to be the stronger, but In the
first set they lost to Long and Cas
Roth was away off his game and
McLoughlln tried a lot of fancy shots
that did not come off.
in the second set the verdict was
more than reversed, as Roth and Mc
Loughlln won, 6-2.
These two sets were far more In
teresting than the "big" match. In
the "mixed" match, the two Callfor
nlans were opposed to one another
and consequently tho i)illlca wero
good and lengthy.
There does not appear to bo any
chance of the local players defeas
ing the Callfornlans, although to
morrow Gee and Roth should put up
a good fight.
There will be no singles today, as
Long and McLoughlln want a day oft
from tennis to see the sights.
Tomorrow, however, Gee and Roth
will talkie Ing and Mclaughlin on
the Ueretanla courts.'and a most In
teresting match should result. Gee
and Roth should form a stronger
combination than Castlo and Roth,
and although Castle played some fine
Btrokes yesterday, ..his tendency to
hit out' at times, was costly.
Tennis has received quite a boost
from the vUIt of tho oung Callfor
nlans, and they have become very
popular with everyone.
Long, when seen nttor yesterday's
match, at once tinned the conversa-
son of St,
name and Ebbets followed suit by
withdrawing Ward. Then President
John T. Hruoh of New York' placed
In nomination for the place Thomas
J. Lynch of New Urltaln, Conn., once
an umpire In the National League
and the first exponent of the auto
cratic style that now prevails In both
the National and the American Lea
According to the report given out
after the meeting by "Ilaseball la In
Its Infancy" Charley Ebbcts, the oth.
ci seven clubs seconded the motion
and Lynch was unanimously elected
to serve one )ear as President of thq
league. As was expected, on the mo
tion of Ebbets, John A. Hejdler was
unanimously elected Secretary-Treasurer
of the league to serve one jear.
Hut Heydler refused to accept the
place for so short a term and there
upon tho magnates stretched It to
Tho election of Lynch was consid
ered n clear victory for John T.
Ilrush and came as a complete sur
prise to the lobby attendance. It
caused great consternation among
the candidates who had frequented
Peacock Alley for a week watting for
the lightning to strike them.
Lynch a Great Sunrise.
io me present generation or base
ball fans Lynch la virtually a strang
er, lia Is fifty-one sears old and
took up the work of umpiring In
J88C. After serving two jcars In
the Eastern and' New England lea
gues ho joined the National League
(tuff. He was In the leaxne 'uu to
1892, during which jenr he was not
on President Nick Young's roster.
He resumed his work In 1893. In
1895 lie became Involved In n differ
ence with President Andrew Freed-
man of the Ulants over the fining of
$100 each of George Davis and Jack
Doyle. I.jnch resigned, but the lea
gue refused to accept his resignation.
In 1901 he came to blows with Jack
Dojle at the lloston ball park and
retired from the league. Since then
Lynch has been the proprietor of a
theatre In New Urltaln and occasion
ally umpired lollege games.
After the meeting Lynch made a
short speech to the newspaper men.
He expressed his gratification that
Hejdler had been selected -as his col
league In the executive work of the
league. He, requested the scribes not
to roast an umpire If they didn't like
his work, but to notify the president
of the league and that he would
watch the work of the Indicator han
dlers In person.
Brush Scorn Dual Victory,
John T. Brush scored another vic
tory when the board of directors was
named, he taking the place of Pre
sident John Dovey of the Boston
club In that body. The dlrectora
named according to their length of
service on the board are Dreyfusa of
Pittsburg, Ebbets of Brooklyn, Herr
mann of Cincinnati, Murphy of Chi
caco and Brush of Now York, stand
ing three to two In favor of the
Hon Auatrallawards. "That Is tho
sporting country all right," he re- ijrush faction.
marked. "I had the best time of on motion of Ebbets Is was decid
my life there, and the crowds which e(i (0 direct the Schedule Committee
watched our matches were our real to draw up a playing schedule, for
friends right through. No matter noxt year 'to comprise 168 games,
how the games were going, we were Tne geason will open April 14 'and
cheered all the time. They are a close Oct. Id,
fine lot of people and I'm glad to ..jt ( nol our intention to Inter
have met them." I (ere In any way,'"ald Ebbets, "wth
i McLoughlln also'volced his opin-'tho world's chamnlonshln series. Oc-
ioii oi i e Antipoaean sports, ana no
only acknowledged what every, visi
tor to Australia knows, when he
said: "Australia la the finest place
for clean sport I know of. I am
glad I had the trip, and I met a fine
lot of fellows." And every word
spoken by the two clean-cut Ameri
can gentlemen Is truo, "Gor-blimc,
old chappie, It Is!"
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warded In the same manner. Held
sketchs have been received within the
last fow days from a number of tho
outlining camps and show that the
Htmcy Is rapidly progressing cousld
erlng the rain which has been gu-atlj
nguluM thn men.
The large plpd line which s being
urcd Io fill up the ponds ou this re
servation Is abnu half way across the
first pond and Is fast filling this with
coial and other formation. The water
which carrys the coral from the sea,
has reached a high lovel and Is Hom
ing the point when It will recede hs.hii
to the sea. The largo, drodgo Is !'
Ing worked night and nay In order In
hurry the completion of this work
which when finished will give to thU
post one of tho finest parade groun la
that could be made sTho natives about
are taking' ndvanlaW'of ihlBr.uwof
water and Are catching many of the
fish from the ponds.
Tho fine weather at thla'posl )s-
terday make It possible to continue
the handball games between the sur
vey detachment from FCthana and the
teams of the homo camp. The play
was liegun uorly In the afternoon and
continued until Into. In thn oventng.
Many close games wero played In both
the singles and tho team contcntsia'nd
It Is on open question who will have
the best of thn scries when the de
tachment returns to the field Monday.
This afternoon tho final games should
be played and there Is no doubt but
that each sldo will do the best ossl
ble to carry away the honors of the
The wagon train, In charge of Priv
ate Housor of Company O, returned
to this post from Its trip to the sur
vey camps. This train delivered sup
piles from Fort Do Russy to the sur
vey detachments and returning, here
brought back all property and'records
for tho home camp. Beginning Mon
day next this train will also make
trips to a new camp which la'to be In'
stalled In the vicinity of Koko Head
tachments but Is t-ntlrcly recovered
Ho will remain at this camp a short
time before suing out to tho moun
tains again. Private Vogclback was
sent to hospital Saturday with an nt-
tack of feer and will bo unalilo to
Join his detachmint which Is to be
gin survclnK the first of thu coming
Changes Office. ,
The headquarters building has been
undergoing a number of changes In
tho last few days, Tho offices of tho
second floor hau been greatly chang
ed and (he storehouse lieluw has also
received Its share. A number of fur
(her changes will bo made before thu
building is completed. The quarterly
supplies, which are now being receiv
ed here. hae made It ncccssur) to
enlarge many portions of tho quarter
master department, which la nlso locat
ed In this building!.' ' " - ,"
New Details. ,
A number of men have been jlotnll
ed temporarily under tho quartermas
ter for duty. Private James Smith tins
been detailed as canvas man for thu
puriwse of putting the tcntagu In pro
per repair. Prltatu Clemens Is now
on duty as carpenter In that depart
ment and Private Cason has been plac
ed on duly as painter of the transpor
tation of the isist. I'rlvalo Iloneu is
working 'on ba Installation of tho
electric equipment of tho hvadqoart
er's building and the new quartcrmu
tor office. Piluito. nrodko Is putting
In a new sewcrugo sjsUm for certain!
houros occupied by thu non-commissioned
Tl.o new equipment for protection
against fife, which was received here
a short time ago Is .being Installed
about the iost and when completed
will give ample! protection to all parts
of the camp. Further supplies along
this line are yet to bu supplied, tho
contracts for samo having been let In
the States some months previous.
Thoie supplies are expected with tho
shipment of regular quarterly sup
plies which will arrlio during this
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i FORT SBAFTER NEWS 5
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In full field equipment mis would
hardly bo possible, Friday tho com-
With prospects of an unlimited tie
up In the ranka of the, National Lea
eue magnates John Montgomery
tobor weather Is strictly a gamble.
Every ear that I ran remember we
have bad beautiful Indian summer
during the last two weeks of Octu-er,"
A 3UGQESTION ON ECZEMA,
. It Ik suggested that oczema suffe'rers
ask tho Honolulu Drug Co, Port
street, of this city, what reports he Is
getting f I om tho patients who havo
Lusert thu oil of wlntergreen liquid
compound, I). O. U. Prescription.
The forest service has turned 300
Angora goats loose on mountain
slopes In Western States as an ex
The D. A, Oleo Club Iisb extended
an Invitation (o tho post to visit the
meeting to be held' at their meeting
hall second floor administration build
ing at Fort Blufter. This will hard'
ly bo an entcrtalrimeht just an Invi
tation to those who aro Interested In
tho club or those who wish to see how
the club Is progressing. The first en
tertainment will bo gt'ven at Fort Bhaf
ter, as Fort Shatter Is 'more tho homo
of the club than' any other place. One
of tho charter members first class Priv
ate Hartrldge, Hospital Corps of Fort
Shatter left on the U. S. Army trans
port Sheridan for San Francisco, Cat ,
and will proceed to the Depot Re
cruits and Casuals, Angol Island, Cl ,
for discharge. Hartrldge done much
toward organizing the club and when
he left they lost a good member.
Company H, 20th Infantry, mado, a
tral forco march from tho Post to
Aala Park during tho drill hour Friday
morning. They left tho Post at 7
o'clock a. m. and arrived at Aala Park
at 7:27 a. m. That Is very good time
and besides about three minutes was
lost at tho Post u making tho start
as the usual military reports were
pany only had rifles, bayonets, belts
and McKcofer boxes, Tho other three
companies had tho usual garrison drills
from seven a.tm. to, eight a. In. Com
panies K and F ah hour gymnasium
drill for each 'from 'jS. IB to 10:15 a. nil
New Gardntr.' W
Prlvato'PIummer Company O has
been relleed as Company 0 gurdncr,
and Private Jlenry Compiinj O will
fill tho vacancy. Prlvatu Henry knows
(ho work well and will doubtless ghu
satisfaction as gardncr and keep tho
garden as It has been beforo uno
amopg tho best n,the Post. Prlvnt
Plummer will tresfimo regular duty
with Company O. '"
All tho oucaljptus' trees that wern
planted at Fort Shaffer u few months
ago art) doing nicely, Moro of tho trees
aro continuously being planted and
thcro aro something near two hun
dred of them now growing In 'tho
Private Drown Company O, -0th In
fantry was admitted to tho Post hos
pital Krlclu) morning with a badly
sprained hand caused by u fall Thurs
Pilvate Wllllums Company O, 20th
Infantry was admitted to tho Fort
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These Qem Lamps will (rive you 20 per cent more light
and, a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
10 c.p. lamp. We advise the uie of these new lamps in
place of the regular 16 c.p. lamps.
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received after assembly was sounded.
All the boyB Bay that the march wasi8nfli' hospital Friday morning and
perlment to Keep the wceito from the, not so hard and that they think that "r within, the next fow das haienn
lire brefths.ioii It can easily he made In 25 minutes. I operation perroiyied on' his throat.
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