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is such a piece of fine anlj
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order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled,
by a competent watchmaker.
Our 'Watch-Repair Depart
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has .two new 7-seated autos for hire
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Hfi soap one finds
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sleeping care is
. JL s
., the )ind one finds in
most sleeping cars and
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it, if, before leaving
home, you have had the
fore-thought to slip a
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Juit oppoiltt Hotel St. Francis
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Steel and brick structure, furnish.
I rigs cbst $200,000. High clan hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
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$10 and upwards per month. Splen
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FirstClass Family Hotel ,
Best Bathing on the Beach
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1129 Fort St
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
LADY CHAMPION IS
DEFEATED DY LOW
MRS. COULTER IS NOT
STRONG ENOUGH FOR MAN
Athertoh Richards Defeats His Fa
ther Three Sets Straight Fi
nals Between Low and Richards
Yesterday afternoon on the Ilere
tanla" courts vo Intc'restlng matches
were played when the scml-flhals of
tho Vnli Cup wero fought but. Ath
erton Richards beat his father three
I nets straight oul of five, and lite
'icoro wag 6-4, 6-2, 6-i. Mrs. Cou)'
te'r' met Captain Low, who owed flf
Iteen, nnd tho man won three sets
with ease. The score was 6-3, 6-1,
6-0, and at no tlmo did the lady
champion have n chance.
Thcro' wero not ninny people nt
the courts when the matches wef
ulnyetl. nnd a allKht shower of rain
'may have kept gome woulit-bo spec
itators' Away. Tho courts were In
good order, and nil the good strokes
made by the players were applauded.
Promptly nt half-past four o'clock
Mrs. Coulter and Captain Low start
ed their match, and the lady eerel
first. The champion servod In goqd
style nnd took" the first game to love
Low won one stroke that wiped
out the handicap that he wag giv
ing Mrs. Coulter.
The second gamq went to deuce
beforo Low managed to take It, arid
then Mrs. Coulter lost her serve and
Low led, 2 to 1, The fourth game
went to' Low, who served In cxceT
lent form and only allowed ttieady
champion to get C,
Mrs. Coulter took the fifth game
to Low's fifteen, but In tho sixth the
captain won tally to fifteen. Mrs,
Coulter then pliyed u brilliantly
and wbn the seventh game of the
set to loye. Low, howeVer, was not
.to be denied, nnd he won the next
two games to thlity and fifteen, rte
The tcrond set Was an easy qne
for Ix)w. Ho took thb first two
games to thirty, and then, through
two double faults, lost the only 'game
he failed to capture, to fifteen. The
next threo, games went to diuco be
fore Low won them, and then tho
seventh and last one went ' ,he
captain, while hla opponent was
The third anl lu.it set was n run
away affair for Low, and with tho
exception of the nfih ramo, which
went to deuce, Mrs. Coi Iter did not
get1 more than thirty.
Tho match more or' less reiolrod
Itself Into, a lone-range duelthat
I , the first two sots nnd- moit b
the strokes wero back-hand one. In
the third set Low came to Iho neUtie gave every satisfaction to both
ana piayeu singles as tney snouia
be played. Mrs. Coulter p'ays a
brilliant back-hand gam), an.t some.
of her cross-court shots weru win-
bora eycry time. Still, It would
seem that unless she develops a
really hard forearm drive, and voK
leys u lot more, she will not hav
much chance against May Sutton ur
Miss Hotchklss, The. Hawaiian cham
pion has a good serve, arid sho at
times plays some Ann passing shots,
but the killing sttoko 'that scores
all the time was not noticeable Some
ot the rallies between Mrs. Coulter
and the captain weie carried on tor
eight and nine strokes, arid they
were all from the ba;k of the court.
It Was .only In the third set that
Low forced the play and, coming to
the net, 'Won point after point.
The other hialch, between Ather
ton RIchardB and his father, was' an
easy thing for tbo lad after the first
set, which was the best of the t.hree.
The meeting between young Rich.
ards and Captain Lowj which Is to
take place tomorrow, should be an
exciting one, and it Is hard to say
who will win. Tho captain has tho
experience, and that counts for a1
lot in tennis, but the youngster
drives at a tremendous pace and
pldces well. No J'oveV of tennis
should miss the final match ot tho
Wall Cup, and no doubt a big crowd
will turn out to It.
Should Richards win, ho "111 be
the youngest player ever to hive
climbed so far lip the ladder In Ha
waiian tennis' circles.
SUCCESS FOR 8EVENTY YEARS.
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3So and 50c. '
HIGH SCHOOL- TOO
GOOD FOR KAMS
McKINLEY SCORE THREE
TO OPPONENTS' ONE
Good Close Game Played by School
boys -J-Bill Rice Makes Home
Run Rain Does Not Scare the
Yesterday Afternoon tho High
School boys showed what they' can
do In the way of baseball, and under
the leadership of Hpnry Chilling
"worth, tho champion echoql player',
handed 'the Kamehamcha nine a,
package to the tune Of 3 to 1. Tho
Knms scored hi the first Inning, and
led up till the fourth, when tho
lilglis "tied tho score through tho
good work of Hill nice, who scored
n homo run. Tho only Hill hit one
of Kalnt's curves high over left's
head, and Hal, who was' playing In
that position, misjudged the ball and
Overran It. Then, amid cheers, tho
champion runner of Hawaii dashed
around' the diamond and made the
In tho sixth Inning the Hlgha
ngaln scored through the ngency of
Illco nnd While, nnd the score then
stood nt 3 to 1 In th'o Highs' favor,
the rooters were nwnke now, nnd
evou the rnln could not dampen their
Chllllngworth atnl Norton forme'!
the battery for the Highs, ami at
though Henry only struck out threo
men, he and Norton did good work;
No les9 than ten of the Knms wero
put out at first, and White, whd
held ilp.wli the sack, did fine work
Vpr the Knms, Kalal twirled u
good game, and he was assisted by
Kauhl, who handled the mask and
'mitt In great fashion. The Kami
nlaycd aood ball rluhl through. 'And
they showed evidence 6t careful
coaching. The High 8chool, how
over, was' a little loo strong for the
Kama, and nice, Chllllngworth nnd
I.ttllejolin played great ball.
. Tlje Khms have lost three games
so far, and the Saints, runs and
Highs have how defeated them. The
High School has .won two out of
three matches the Punahous beat
them In one game and the Puna
hoiis havo won two also. The Saints
have won one nnd lost one, as the
game between tho Punahous and
them has been ordered replayed.
There was some dispute as to a de
cision of tho umpire, and It was
thought better to plrfy the game over
Tomorrow afternoon the St. Louis
and Punahous will play the dispute)
game at Alexander Meld, and a close
contest Is anticipated. Henry Walk.
er acted as umpire yesterday, nnd
Tho official scores ot the game aro
Kams: rtuns. .1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
B. H..1 00 1 00 2 0 04
Highs; nuns.,000 1 0 20 0 '3
B. H..0 00 22 1 1 0 0
Summary Homo run, Rice; left-l
on bases, High Schpol 6, Kams 5;
first base onerrors, High School 3,
Kama 2; hit by pitcher, Bal; struck
out, by Chllllngworth 3 Kalal 9;
bases On called balls, oft Chllllng
worth 2, Umpire, Walker;' scorers,
Bush anil Homo; time ot game, 1
hour S minutes.
Perhaps nothing worries a woman
mora than to have something to toll
and ho.one. to tell 11 to.
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serves the best of liquor refresh
ments at Honolulu prices. When
motoring to Haleiwa, vary tin
monotony by calling on us; It'
'only a ten-minute run from the
main road. 4tf89-lm
Ambitious men and women to pre
pare for better positions and larg
er salaries. Apply for list o(
positions to Hawaiian Agency of
the International Correspondence
School, at 1139 Port street.
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for live cents, at this office. tf
Job compositors and prcetsmen, at
once. Mercantile Printing Co.
Chill peppers and tamarinds. Mrs.
Kearns, 471 Ileretanla street.
Clean wiping rags at the Uulletln
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
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PASS BOOK LOST.,
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Return same to the First Ameri
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of Hawaii, Ltd. D. S. Kaalkala.
Bicycle, on neretanln street. In
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City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
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called for and delivered.
Phono 6 and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noyes' new' 1910 7-bassenger
Kissel. Kar, Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
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Piano taught In six months; $3 per
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ConservatOrlum dor Muslk, Lelp
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MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher ot
riano. jweniy-nve years- expert
Cnce.f Rapid progress; thorough
training; perfect touch, tlmo, fin
gering arid expression. 238 King
street cottage In rear, opposite
Hawaiian Electric. Interviews 2
to G, Saturdays excepted.
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lesions in Sihgihr,
nauuiunv, ripe urguu, bic. jiqbi.
dence and Studio, 1CS0 Emma Bt,
i v 4544-tf
Coier Union luidiBeretaala Ma.
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Prices moderate. 4450-tl
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TaMntse Employment AstoektUm.
Maunakca near Assl Theater. Call
lip phone 697 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
to Mif Kee.-Flukber aid Il&atHfc,
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