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Direct Service to San Frnnciico and, San FraiK.'.sco to Tahiti, con.
pectine with U. 9, Co. of N. Z., Ltd., for. New Zealand (Wellington).
Sailing from Honolulu March 10; April 0 and 27, and every 2L day.
965 flrit class, single, S. F.; $110 fint clasj, round trip, San Fran
riico:S235 flrtt clan, Tuhiti, round trip.
C. BKEWER & CO.. LTD., neneraAgents.
Pacific Mail SteamshiD Co..
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l&ri;. t ana
1 ..Btcamers of the above Companies will Call at HONOLULU and Leave
this Port' on or about the Dates mentioned l.elciw:
i Leave Honolulu For Orient.
far .u. :
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MAITA1' ... APIt. 2
MAKAMA APR. 28
TIIE0 H. DAVIES & CO.,
Matson Navigation Company;
JlXlffi? BETWEEN SAN FRANCISCO AND HONOLULU
From San Francisco For San Francisco
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S. S. Wilhelminn April 19 S. S. Lurline, April, 12
Sj S. Lurline..., May 4 SI S. Lurline Apnl,27
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. -4m AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
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B. S. MEXICAN, to sail .....MAR, 15
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PROPOSAia. FOR CONSTRUq
TIQN Orf", ORDNANCE STORE
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lla SeaUa proposals In triplicate,
wl fie, rece'lyj'd here. Until 10 a, 111.,
Atafp'li Z'i, 9l6""an.d.- then opened,
'f;jf t()u8t'ruc'tlpn of .oue Ordnance
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Hi accor'danre Wilh'pla'fis and specl-
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uh.((t return of same In good condi
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addressed, J, C. Castuer, Construct
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4551 Feb. 24, 2fl, 2, 28; Mar. 24,
MCBRYDE SUOAR COMPANY.
Notice of Annual Meeting, of Stock
holders and; of- Closing of Stock
Transfer Books. '' "
Notice Is hereby given that the
annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Mcllryde. Sugar Compapy,
Limited) has been Called and will be
held at- the nlUces.ot Alexander &
llaldwfn, Limited, In the Stangen-'
wald building, on, Merchant street,
in.Honqlulu, Island of Oahu, Terri
tory at Hawaii, oil) Wednesday, the
30th dav of March. 1910. nt 2
o'clock p. m., for the purpose oi
election qt, officers, the consideration
of nmendmcns tq the Articles of As
sociation of the. company, and the
amendment, of Its Dy-I.aws, and such
other, business as may properly como
before, said meeting.
Notice. Is nlsp hereby given that
tho, stuck books, of the company will
be closed, to. transfers from, the 1GU
to the, 30th day of March, 1910, both
A. W. VAN. VALKENDURa,
45CI Mar, 11, 14. 21i 2.4. 20.
Jim ....uui u-aii 1
Resolution' No. 806.
IlEi IT RESOLVED, Tjy the Board
of Supervisors of tho City and
County of. Honolulu, -Territory of
Hawaii, That, the sum of One' Thou
sand, ftlOOO.OOl Dollars be and the
saino is Hereby appropriated out of
the ueneral Fund, for account
known as ''Maintenance of Prison'
hers, Furniture and, Lumber."
J. C. QUINN,
Dated, Honolulu, T. H., February
JOSEPH J. FERN; Mayor.
4I73 Mar. 22, 23, 24, 2C, 26, 28,
20, 30, 31; Apr. 1.
. N.0TICE TO. CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having, been ap
pointed adinlnlstratrlk'bt the Estate
of Samuel Haluapo, deceased, late of
Honolulu, Oahu, hereby1 gives notice
to all' persons having claims against
the estate of-said Samuel llaluapo to
present the same to her, at theofflco
of' John C. Anderson, Itoomaill, 13,
15, 'Kaplolanl Dutl.ding, In said; Ho
nolulu, within six months from the
date of, the first publication of this
notice, or' they will be forever
Administratrix of the Estate ot
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Honolulu, Feb, 24, 1910,
4fiG7 Mar. 3, i0, 17i 24, 31.
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B0N0LUIU; PBONEUO, ,-- n 1
nttttltit.8ttK MBHttttlllx J
Bid POLO QAME
VISITORS SCORE ,
S GOALS TO 2
Bin Crowd Watches Meadowbrook
Bnrlingame Team Go Down in.
Defeat High-Class Game Was
It will 60 good-bye,-for at least one
year, to the Coronado polo cups, Judg
ing from tho decisive manner in which
King Edward's dashing cavalry officers
boat the Meadowbrook-Burllngnme.
team bv 8 coals to 2 on Kl uerruo
polo field yesterday afternoon before
a large and fashionable auenaauce,
says on exchange.
Twenty thousand dollars Is men
tloned. as the probable, amount that
changed hands on tho niusit or tno in
ternational game, which wag the high
est class polo ever seen.herp. .
llotti sides and ono end, or tne oig
turf field wero lined thickly wltlTapec;
tators, of whom there were approxi
mately 2000. The;, pavilion was crowd
ed with members, and- the lawn In
front of It nccommoda'tod as many
more. Scores of. automobiles and smart'
traps Wero parked behind and along'
sldp ot the pavilion nnd ranged along
me opposue sine oi ine new.
Cup Presented Victor.
A cup, presentation was arranged, In'
the pavilion a soon as tne winning
four could be coaxed to como up frpin
the dressing' rooms and faco tho fash
ionable mob. ' The v)etors wore ther,
laurels with becoming, modesty and do
dared they regard, tho result ot. tho
uoronatin tournament,, wnicn win com
mence at, the end ot tho w.eek, as any
thing but n foregone conclusion be
cause they are very shorlof pontes and
may not be nbla to acquire enough
good nicunts to serve them 'throughout
two weexs oi iasi anu. naru jaiay.
Yesterday's International ganc, dem
onstrated that the few polo ponies
brought from, England, are much faster
than they look and remarkably ngllo
Their schooling has approached perfec
tion. Dut they number only a doicn.
of- which two or- three already are
knocked out or lamed, and yesterday's
victorious visitor should have twenty
Ave with which to begin the Coronado
Let Tower of Strength.
The English exhibited, excellent-team
play, their., passing, frequently being
tho prettiest polo Imaginable. Also
their physical condition seemed supe
rior to the Americans, who, sUptj their
bolt- In the first' four periods.' Hobart,
as back, played his game the nrst half,
but seemed particularly dono up the
last two .periods, during wh(ch Major
u. w. liouson, tne English no. l, play
ed all around him, Dut the English
back, Major Roger Lee, was. a towe'r.of
strength for his team throughout tno
game and he outgtno.-alcd the Ameri
can No. 1, John E. Cowdlni who either,
lias gone back considerably since, ho
played on Foxhall Keene'a champion1
team or else, was not fit' enough for
such fast and exhausting warfare as
he found' himself-amid yesterday,
Waterbury Hat Off Day.
"Monte,",' Yfatorhurjr, was, pajpablyoff
his game. Tho captain of' the Interna
tional champions, ot last year showed
occasional flashes of high' quality polo
yesterday, buf he also showed, that, a
cracic piayer can not. reac.h the top of
bis form In three ot four practice
games after a winter's lay-off. Fur
thermore, ho was "astride stranga
mounts, which pulls down "any crack'
He played, No. 3, apd after, the drat
porlod ho,, flevv, had. anything, ofli th
English No. 2, Lieutenant, F..D. Hum
dall, whoso daring horsemanship, wda
reaches, accurate hitting and capital
goaj shots., from, any old, analo made
him the star forward In tho game. .
If ho goes on well, as' horsemen say,
"lla.cle.yex.youpg'playpr will, bo. com
ing across' the 'Atlantic, some of theso
uayg on an nil-England team In aucst
of the internetlonal.'cup that .tho. Wa-'
tcrbury-Whltney team won' back for
America -last., year, ,,
Lee arid. Hurpdaii, Gt Falls) '
Tho remals'log pa(r of opponents
was. Thomaa. Jy, Urlscoll, . the Bur.
Ilngame No, 2, uid Lieutenant F. A.
aill who played Vo, ,3'for tho Invad
ers Jtwt .aa-,0 UJd; a, year ago. They
know each othor's game well by now,
but Drlscoli seemed to And QUI harder
to ploy than last year, possibly be
canto the lUnelagh captain on this oo
MtsUm Is not contending with strango'
Npar the end of the gamo, while
reaching far out of tho saddle and over
his ppuy for a, l)lt, Major Lee Was
thrown by his pony stumbling over the
pavilion boards Into which i, .,.....
Veckessly. He pulled off tils hit, too,
i vM uwuBuii up uuiiiin. i
Lleulouauj, yrnjjall. i;ot, a, eomo,
what similar fiUI4.the,Aiuerlean goal
lu tho fifth period, whqii' ho suddeBiy
snatched up his pony und.loaniL.i-.
out of his saddle for a IouKmcU after
...- "mm miucrv, wiuen was dodging
among hoofs and mallota provoklngly
Burllngam tarns One.
At dlrtcrent parts of 9 garno,
Waterbury and Hudson missed what
appeared to the crowd to be the easiest
possible chances to scorn .after a gal
loping run. But the,, ball was cupped
In a footprint eacji time;
Of Rurllngatne'iitw,a.gaAls only one
was earned. and.tlmt,w,M Whfiri Wnter- -
bjiryrpd,tlci..ajt thramth.litho sec
tan,,pjirlo(l, 'The pthaa scored by
iDrisoll from, a frcehit fll.tao fenllsli
Kuni nwru,'it. 111 Aiiimicaus. ns
recompense ,for Vfaterbury, belns
crossed very, short by Major' Leo:
Major Hudson, who adroitly scored
four of the (,vlctor''s goals, played a
much moro subtle, nndi'mbre,'. Onlshed
game as No. ljthan din.thu Impetuous
Major Rotlieram 1b' tliu, International
game played on a same, field a year
ago. ' , 1
Makes a Ypndr. Qoal.
Lieut enajit,,,Hjirp,daU, was n vastly
better No. 2-than thoihard-rplllng hut
somewhat erratic Drury. At No. 3,
"Ooll-O" was "0111-0." At back, Major
Leo was Quicker Ulan and nlmnnt na
powerful a hitter na Colonel Ran Ross,
besides. being better mountod, than, tho
Tho first goal of the. game, made by
Hurndall '.with a long 'and very
obilqne cut, from the boards, wan a
.wonder, He scored .two others, smart
0111'b goal waif mado cleverly.
If Watcrburyr Cowdln and Hobart
get', fit. during-., tho. Ccjronndq tourna
ment', the return match nt El Cerrlto
in April shouldjbcn.corker.
. ..' -1.v .;
' there will ho ft concert by tho Ha
waiian band at the Moana Hotel this,
evening at half-past seven o'clock. Thu
following program wJH bo, rendered:
March Tho Hulahula' Olri....Kalani
Overture Naklrls Wedding. . . .Llncko
Intermezzo Frivolous Cupid ..Losey
Selection Operatic Mirror ...... Tohant
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. Ar.'liy Berger
nomlnlaconrpB nt All Nnllnna nnfrn..
Valti Count Hoffmann ...Offenbach
Fnnlo Yama-Yninn a .-.... iBerger
' The Star Spangled Banner. -
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