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BY AUTHORITY. I mtmmammmmmt UlttttttU U U tt tt tt tt tt JJ
1 SEALEDTEKDEKS: VtoHALT SPORTS
H Sculcd Tontlera will bo rnphrdliy! , S " W
K .until 12 o'clock IU.UII or s..nir,i.T.v, 1 rlVJO I E. I I tndf i
.until 12 o'clock ih.011 of Saturday,
August 20, 1910. lor furniihliig tho
Department ot I'tilillc Works with
the following, material, vlr. :
WHARF LUMIIF.lt. I'M THOUSAND
., l-'KKT, II. M.
h 3xl2 N.W.
. Sxl2 N.W..
l'TiTHs, douolas rm. not i.kss
THAN II (HARKF.D), KACH.
60 50 ft.
no B0 ft.
Boi-75 to 80 ft.
'in cases IS oz. Muntz Metal.
10 cases 20 oi. Muntz Metal.
OALVANIZKD WIRE BPIKES AND
10 kcgs-Ji" Copper Nails.
' 30 k'ogs'S" (Inlv. Wire Splkeg.
All proposals to he on blanks fur
nlshed'by tho Department of Public
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
any nr all bids.
v. MAUBTON CAMPHELL.
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, August 4, 1910.
TENDERS FOR WATER PIPE.
Thq Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will tocelVo sealed
bids until 12 o'clock noon of Sep
tember 7, 1910. for furbishing the
following pipe and fittings, to be de
llvcrcd f. o. b. Wulmen whnrf. or (by
option of tho bidder) at tlie Walluca
terminus of tho Makawcll plantation
17J0 feet of 8" standard Well Cas
ing. 1100 feet of 5" Htndnrd Oatvuhlzcd
Three 8" Tees, 3 $"xfr Nipples. 2
8"xii'1'Huslil!ig8, 8 8" Fliingd Unions,
5 5" Klaiigo Unions hud 2 8" Urnss.
lined full-opening (Jatel VillVes.
The above llttlngs all for well cas'
Ahki 3 Onto Valves,, 3 Tees, 3 Mi
ptes. 3 Klbnws, 6 Flange Unions anl
1 22" Nipple for r" galvanized. pipe
Time, of delivery to bo stated In
''Any or' all bids may be rejected
lllds to bo endorsed "Tenders for
Writer Pipe," oir outside of envelope,
anil 'addressed Mo tho Hoard of Su
pervisors, County of Kauai, Llhue,
1 -JV'H. MORAflNB. ,
. ' County Road .Supervisor,
RESOLUTION NO. 353.
I1K IT RESOLVED by the Hoard
of Supervisors of tho. City anil
County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, that tho sum of T'WUNTV
KIVK HUNDRKD IH1L,AR3 (2.
,"1)0.00) be nnd l hereby approprl
nted from tlio (leneral Kund for an
account known as "MAIN'TBNANCU
Presented by Supervisor
HonoIulu,,T. H.. August 6, 191U.
The, .foregoing resolution wns, at
a regular meeting of tho Hoard of
Supervisors of tho City anil County
of Honolulu, lieid on Tuesday, Au-
gus(t)j)rf 19,0, onjcrcfl passed to
print on ,ttie ignowmET-voto-oi sam
Hoard: " "" ',
Ayes Aylett, Cox, Logan, MtClel
lariTQulnn. Tptal, p.
Aljsent und not voting Aula.
ij8f K- "Ur'fANUBAU.
feting City and.County CJcrk. '
499 Aug. 17, 18, 19, 20, 22.
Sealed Tenders will he received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Thursday, August 25,
1910, for furnishing tho Department
of Public Works with 1360 foot of
12 lii"h wooden stave pipe, without
clips or bands. Sample of pipe re-,
quired ni.iy bo beon at tho oftUo of
the Superintendent of Public WorkR.
The Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any nr all bids,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, August 15, 1910.
m Department ot Public Works with I . pi TT PT IP 2
Sealed Tenders will bo rocolvcd by
the President ot tho Hoard of Re
gents, at his office In tho Ju.lUtary
, 4 ..Hulld(ng, until 12 m., Saturdi, 'in
, .gust (20, for constructing a Daliy
v' f . Laboratory for the College of Ha-
wall, In.Manoa Valley, In accordant
with plans and specifications on file
In tho President's office,
Tho President of the Hoard of Re
' gonts regTves the right to reject nny
ot all bids.
1IKNRY E. COOPKR,
, Presldont, Hoard of Regents.
I CTnM AU , I
The fact that Hostettcr's
Stomachi Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly peoole
back to health daring the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine vou need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For sale by Rennun, Smith A Co.,
Md.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drue Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; nnd at all Wholesale Liquor
Oahu Railway and Land Company.
The Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Oahu Hallway & Land
Company has boon called for Friday,
August 19. A. D. 1910, In pursuance
of an order a! the Directors, and will
be held at the olllco of Tho II. F. DM-
llngham Co.. Ltd., Stangcnwald
Hulldlng. Honolulu, at 2 o clock ly
in. on that date.
Tho stock liuofw of tho company
will bo closed to transfers from Au
gust 12 to 19, biAli dates Inclusive.
A. W. VAN VALKENIIilRU.
Secretary, Oahu Halkwny & Land Co.
Honolulu, August U, 1910.
, 4C9C Aug. 18, If.,' 1G, 17, 18.
The nnnual meeting of tiio AVul-
Lullia lluf-Lulni-wlll )V, Iw'iJ t Wat-
nlhu, unniuci, iauai, ai iu ociock
a. m. oi: tho 20th, day of Scptcniber,
"" ' JAMK3 -K,-LQTA
4G97 3w Picsldent.
The Hawaiian Ballasting Company
has moved from Mattnakea street to
Beretania street, near Nuuanu. It
has no connection with the Oahu
Ballasting Co., which now occupies
its old office. 4694-lm
RROPOSA1.S TOR KRKSH PANI
CUM ORASS. -Honolulu, H. T., Aug.
15, 1910. Sealed proposals, in trip
licate, will be received here until 10
a. m., August 23. 1910, nnd then
opened, for furnishing 100,000 lbs.
fresh panlcuhi grass ut Quartermas
ter's corral, Honolulu, II. T. Deliv
eries to commence September 1, 1910,
and continue, as required until Juno
3d, 1911. Kurthor information on np
plication to the. undersigned M. N
FALLS, Captain and Qunrli-rniastei,
u. SA.t Depot Quartermaster.
4697 Aug. 15, 16, ll 18, 24.
' " "NOTICE -TO HOMESTEADERS.
Petition for tho opening of Gov
ornmont ln'rtds tniist' bo ciailn.oii
blanks issued by the GommUslonor
of Public Lands, copies of which may
be obtained In person or will be
mailed on request, at tho offlco ot
tho Sug-Agents or nt tho ofdeo of
tho Commissioner of Public Lands,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, August 10,
1691 Aug. 11. 13. 18, 20, 25, 27;
Sopt. 1, 3, 8, 10, 16, 17, 22, 24,
29; Oct. 1. .
. Xing and Bethel.
' C. L. HOPKINS
Systematize Notary Publio, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai-
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bid?. HOURS
0 a. m to 4 p. m.
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
lutor-Islnnd ana O. R & L. shipping
honks for sale nt tba L'ullutlu
olllco, 00c each. 1
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SOME TALK -ABOUTCRACKS
WILDING AND BEALS
WRIQHT WRITTEN OF
Interesting Story About Wcll-Known
Bacquet Wicldcrs Four Coun
tries Represented in Game at
L. O. S. Poldcvln, tho well-known
New South Wulcs tenuis player, has
an Interesting nrtMe III tho London
Sportsman on "Styju nnd Methods,"
us follows: . '
Tho International luteicst of this
car's championship, melting was
very much Iu evidence 'at Wimble
don, when mi Australian, a French
man, an American, a .New y.ealamler
and two Englishmen were seen In
tho center court. It Is, I know,
easily possible to oicrdu thd lutcr
national aspect of these contests, for
tncy arc not International eventa.
The nro championships for Individ
uals, or combinations of Individuals,
qiiite Irrespective of nationality. Hy
(.ornnion consent they are regarded as
tho greatest events of their kind held
during the cnr. America has Its
championship meeting; so, too, h.ivo
Australia and South Africa, and
many other countries, but so far, at
least, they have been confined verv
milfh to homo placrs only. The
All-England championships, on the
other hand, Invariably attract a fair
ly large and representative group of
"foreign" players, and by so 11111911,
therefore, is their valuo nnd lmMirt-
anco enhanced. It was lndecd.futcr
tln lo llnd hc, first round of 'the
draw In tho singles bringing togetli
riiot,.oiily goo,d .players, ,but ljlay-
ers of International standing. Thu
great match, of course, wns that be
tween Wilding nnd Rnper liarrctt.
The result meant a great deal to
Wilding; It wan a very sovero tost
to put him to In the flrtt round, that
of disposing of his wily opiMinont.
The situation wns no less embarrass.
WORLDWIDE SEARCH FOR DR. CRIPPEN AND ,
TYPIST ENDED IN THEIR ARREST ON STEAMER
JHRJfd - -4; ? , "
Vffl iwwr amour ?r.:LE.wyjeNT,e
I'' y'L, - -., LVW00H& ANTwRp
w"ii mffrrfcr .'-.'J ':i v ' jJff
The woildwldc se.i-cli lor Dr. II II Cilppen, supposed to be the slayer ot hU ulfe, who was Uelle Elmore,
an acttess, ended when wlices,s mesiuges trout the steuuier Montiote vnro levelled by the Caiwdluu authori
ties continuing thu report thut thu allegeil imfider uud hlj typist. Cthel l.e Ncie, net e aboard. Ottlclals of Scot
land Yard, Knglaiid's Ijiiiouj police l.eailrjuiu tors', dlsioieied portions of a body bcrlcd In quicklime In the cel
lar of the home of Dr. Cilppou In London on July i follow Ing a report sent out by the' husband that his wlfo
had died In I.os Angeles, Cal., which ieport proved false It was after the finding of the body that the search was
commenced for the missing doctor and the girl. I'veij steamer lenilng European pons for several days nftei
tb body was foiiinl was Miilc'ii'd, anil, lolloMlug clews, luspivlor Devi of Scotland Yard left Llierpool on tho
Uiiireutle, liounil for tiuebue, which wnt tiu llrst port of cull for thu Montro.'. CiIimiii anil his ussoi'l.ile wiio
urrusled Immedhili ly on ii.'tlval 11.' It injiuileil In hale ndmllli'd tlTat Id killed his nlfn tlnoiigh a criminal
opeiallon. , .' '
tug lor hi in When ho found himself
1 sot down, 4 .alt In tho second set,
anil twice within 1 point of losing
tho next game. This was tho cru
cial stage ot the match, liarrctt did
not drive home bis advantage. Wild
lug won that game, and from that
moment, his wavering confidence in
stored, nlwajs seemed to have the
game safe It was not by any meant
a great match, hut It provided iiliun
limit food for lcflectlon.
UlldlugN Modern Sen Ire.
As a contrast In style and met!
oils It was splendid. Wilding has a
modern servi.-c; Roper Harrctl's Is
old-fashioned. The former wns full
of power and pace, spin and life; tho
first jorvlce, especially In the early
sets, seldom failed to be right, hut
even ,lf It was not, the second car
ried hardly less spin nnd hostility.
Roper liarrctt was (oiistnutly obliged
to make use of his second service.
Hut It sulllccd. Again, In severity of
stroko 011 the drhe the mhuntngo was
Itngcthcr In Wilding's fin or, especial
ly on tho forehand. Force Is tho great
characteristic ot Wilding's driving. Ho
hits tho ball tremendously hard and
with any amount of top-spin, nnd ho
keeps It M'ry close, to tho top of the
net all the time. It Is not easy to
volley well Roper liarrctt tried to
neutralize tho efficacy of that drive
by continually vnrylng the length of
his returns ns well us their pace.
Thus Wilding was constantly iiiado to
bo chnnging tho length knd strength
of his drives, and In the first two sets,
ho frequently over-drove tho bnso-llno
or found tho net. liarrctt Intcrsporscd
full" drives with short, dropping
strokes and half-court pushes' with
hnlf-lnbs III such a way as to bo ob
viously disconcerting to Ida. opponent.
It really loqttod'tftt one!;t(nio iisl.lt
these tactics wodld siiccccd. Thcro
Was less lollcylng In tho giimo than
might haio been expected. Wilding
fought' shy of tho net n good deal.
Ho did Jiot follow his service to tho
net, ad Is .his usual custom. Possi
bly tho accuracy of Harrctl's lobbing
had much to do with this, und also
that Wilding found himself much less
certain In his overhead woik than
usual llo pivfcrred, therefore, to
keep to the back of tho ccurt and rely
upon his strength of drlvo to win
points for him or to win 11 sudlclcnt
ndVantngn,to enable, him to como into
viillcyiW position licit r the net. Har.-rojtt,-
too, did far Jess voile) Ing thnn
usual. iWhct) lib cSimc upMt'wns usual
ly oir Wilding's back-liand, ami, on
tho whole, ltjH'c;upt tojmy so well
that one wonders he did not do uidre
of 'It. Wilding, no doubt, was very
glad to ho done with tho gamo In
the fourth set, for there Is a perti
nacity' 'about Harrctl's methods that
always Inspires the greatest respect
Ihuist's .Sen Ire.
Doust bad little dllllculty In get-
UnB tho better ot Ci.liorl. The hitter,
llko most Continental pt.ijers, has a
very hind lilt and high-bounding her
lice, The visitor to atmoM any Con
tinental tournament can not fall to
bo struck, 1 think, by the so iliy
and excellence, of tile scrvlco of I r
lorclgn players ho meets there. This
1 emu ik applies to the, generality of
Continental playetR, though the 'rent
of their gamo may be very mediocre.
Doust s service looked very slmplo ns
compared with (lobert's, but tlicre Irf
u good ileal more In It than meets tho
casual eye. It carries soma spin, It
keeps low, It gives Doust time to get
Into position, and It "seems very dif
ficult to keep tho returns an ay from
his ubiquitous racket. There wns no
comparison between tho volleying of
these two players, jlloust wns "sharp,
clean cut, and Incisive, alt thd' time;
It Is easy to underestimate, tho actual
severity of his volleying; for It Is con
cealed under 11 rcmarkn!ly. easy and
effortless style. Robert mlido nn oc
casional tlno drive, but Ills ground
piny lacks steadiness, and "overhead,
ns well ns on tho, low .volley, ho Is
Inclined to try for too ''much at a
The match between Heals Wright
and Crawley wns u very pretty 0110
to watch, roll of-bright, crjsp volley
ing anil neat passing strqk,Vv Wright
puts plenty of cnCjjn't?n4Btrokc8, nnd
ho lobs himself lienu'tjfultyftnit of Oir
(lenities? Crawley lsto be 'commend
ed on tho good gnmo ho gnvo the
American Internationalist. With the
least bit of luck ho might easily have
got tho second set; Indeed, It was
sheer bad luck that ho did not get It,
as ho was greatly put off by a bad
decision when socially well placed
for tho set. Crawley is essentially n
stylist; his servlco Is ndmlrnblc, his
volleying pretty to wntch, If hardly
severe enough, and his stroko piny
generally very sound. It Is not easy
to understand why the possibilities of
his gamo havu not developed Into tho
realities of great achievement.
Clarence Tisdnle, grand operatic
tenor, direct from Rlcknrd's Australi
an circuit, per S. S. Zealandla, will
sing n number of classical ballads.
Mr. Tlsdalo Is tho greatest tenor in
vaudeville. Ifiynu linvc heard .Caruso
sing you havo bad -.'treat -andilf, you
do not hear TlliUle sing you will
miss if treat, ns'Australhi has named
Tlsdalo "The Caruso In Ebony."
Wise and Mlltou wlll.iirps,crit,lijilgji
class comedy sketch entitled "Tho
Sunburnt Edition of Siilomo' Every
thing entirely new and spectacular.
Latest motion pictures.
Killing time may mean thu Butcldo
bode mm w
si mm KMii
Englald to Try to Beat Distance of
W0 Miles in 0 Hours 42 Min
utes, in 1831.
LONDON, Inly 2:1 -An attempt
Ik to he nude under i.ie p.ittonago'
of prominent English spoiling men
to break tho exlifidrdiiuurcpn,d fo
I..... .Ilfc(n..n.. Iin.ui'.nnl, ..(It... (it... In
Newmarket Round uourso. 'in
Ing fifty stoppages and n quaiter of
an hour for refreshments, theSqulit
won two thousand guineas In stake.i
and a largo sum in his own prlv.i'e
wagers by riding 200 miles In 8
hours 42 minutes.
He covered tho dlstnnce in a r"l!
rainstorm, starting at 7 a. m., weigh
ing In nt 1ST pounds Including s.id-
die and bridle, and taking tho full
Round Course of four miles, at each
lap. Fifty times ho circled It and
as many times he changed horses.
The famous rldo was taken as thq
rcsplt of n bet by (leneral Chnilto
that tho 200 miles could not bo cov
cre)l In tcut hu'u'rs even wlllj. ni,):nt
nimmWiot llibrscs. Onqlnof
be't 1 000 to' 1 the H'qillre-
could.410t.do.il. In. ilnchours.
horses at his dlisposa("'nnu'1ie'cjr
crcd .the first. 100 miles In a little
less than 4 hours 26 minutes. Then
ho rested for, fifteen minutes, ' reJ
ridge nnd a glass of sherry. The
whole dlstanco, was rlil'den In 7 bMirs
19. minutes 4 .seconds, (lie rest of
freshing himself with n cold part
tho tlmo being spent In stoppages
to mount and dismount. His best
horse was Tranby, whom ho rodo on
four Beparato laps, the tlmo being;
Kirst lap, 8 minutes 10 seconds;
second lap, 8 minutes flat; third lap,
8 minutes 1C seconds; fourth lap, i
minutes SO seconds.
Favoy did a lap In 8 minutes 8
seconds, and Ipsala In 8 minutes 20
M'opn K On the other hand, tho
horse, lkcy Solomon took 12 mluutos
and wor tho worst of tho lot. It had
to bo whipped arou,'nd tho course nnd
Osbaldcston had t,o dismount once
on the stretch.
Tho So. 11 Ire was torty.-lUo yeari
old when lie ncVmpllshld''hlB lil-
torlc sporting fe,at.Y His training for
the ovept had consisted In riding
slxty.flyo miles, each morning In two
and a half hours and walking after
partridges tho rest of the day to
hnrdon .his , muscles. It Is said the
horse (Tranby was tlio t.on of Hhtck
lock out of an Qrvllld mare sent to
Virginia In February, 183o.
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DOTS AND DASHES.
This evening at tho P.ilahui gym
unslum the niucli-talkcd-of basket
ball game between the V.' M. C. A
team nnd the Fort Shatter lads will
be plajed, and thcic Is sure to be a
big crowd ut the third" gamo of tho
fcrlcs, Tho lineups of both teams
will bo as follow
Fort Shatter Woodruff nnd Mc-
Call, forwards; Fulton, center; Lcinn
and Chilton, guards.
Y. M. C. A. Clarke, Stewart.
Dwlght and Htinn, forwards; Nott,
renter; Mnr-alllno nnd llonan.
Tho Sydney Sun has guaranteed
I2S.000 to the South African cricket
te.im (hat will tour Australia and
New Zealand next sea 60 11. Tho Sun Is
a new newspaper, but It Is rapidly
growing In favor wltli lie snort lug
toctlon nnd that means everybody j
ay, November V, 'lxsibi
oOsbaldeslim! on Iu
Great Reductions in the prices of Flowers and
Sailor Hats have been made lor this sale.
All Fresh and Now f
Dip; Fleet Will.Put In Wcck-F.nu"Vt
J cndcjvous Mollilou nnd Ha
1 ?ii lo Toko Fart.
Np; t S.ttuiday afternoon nt 2
o'clock n.Kect fiom tlie llayall Yacht
Club will sail froni tho harbor, with
Ihofr destination set ns Walanac.
The Kaluiniinu! II. will "accompany
lll'iynrhts, nnd n merry party will
be on boa nl tho' beautiful power
jnchtS Tho Mollilou, which Jamclii
third In the trnns-Pacinr face, will
also sail down to the rendezvous, and
when tho last of tho yachts hns
leached Wnlanao thcro' will bo 11
good time cetcbrntcd by all.
There-will bo no formal race down,
nlt'liougli It mny bo depended upon
that nil tho yachts wjll put their best
efforts Into getting first place. Tho
performances of the Hawaii and Mol
lilou will bo watched with intorcst.
nnd Francis Smith, tho owner of tho
new boat, will havo to hnndlo lilu
crnft In good fashion In order to beat
tho local boats on tho run oown.
Tho Hnwall will bo In charge of
ifjfaVlIbi Wilder, ,Wbo (sailed , her to
fMetorVl'luJ'Wie JcaniiPaclOo event,
lloli "Scott 'wilt h'apdlo the Kmcha
incha, George Crozlcr will tako tho
Ifelm OftlioCharlotto C, nnd Urown
1U"sail-tho Oladys. ,Tbq llclcno
may1 Join In nlso, and the big fleet
should 'present a beautiful sight as
It sails along the, coast. Tho party
will return on Sunday, nnd a most
enjoyable time Is looked forward to.
tt It j
Thero Is somo nlk of the Counto;
Club nnd tho IJnlclwa Oolf Cluii
holding an Intcrclub tournament,
nnd several well-known golfers are
now working on tho scheme.
Todny Is tho eightieth nnnhcrcary
of tho birthday of, Francis Joseph,
Hm'pcror of,AtiRtrin, and it has been
fltjlngly celebrated throughout the
city,' not only by U10 Austrlnns but
by tho city liiigcneruV'nnd tho' foreign'
consuls In particular, wlib havo raised
the Hags of, their respcctlvo countries
In honor. .
"There will be n Jollification nt tho
Seasldo Hotel tonight in honor of the
occasion, and tho Hawaiian band will
bo on bund and piny the following
selections: ,, ..
Kmperor Frnncls Joseph .."... Krt'l
Tho Festival ,.,,,.,, Suppe,
Tho lllrthday Helnrf
ncmlnlsqcnqcs of ,AU Nations. Godfrey
Wical Iluwnllan Songs. ar. by Ilorger
Vienna Foroipr .'..'.': Schrammel
Vlc'hnn Hlood .' Strauss
Under tho Double Eagle ....Wagner
Tho Austrian Anthem
The Star Spangled Hanticr.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
for all torts of cuts, bruises, burns and
strains. Taken internally It cures dl
untiea and dysentery. Avoid buI-
lutes. 2."c, 35c and BOc. '
U0YAL ACADEMY OF DANC1NQ
Odd Fellows' Hall
Meets every Friday evening. In
struction, 7 to .8 p.. in.; Social, 8 to
IO-4r, p. m.
Music furnished by a HAWAIIAN
Rates and Tuition on application
nl Odd Fellows' Hall, nr Tel. 140.