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MOM HOTEL TENNIS COURTS
TO BE OPENED OP TOMORROW
EIGHT FIRST CLASS PLAYERS WILL TAKE PART IN
TOURNAMENT EX-CHAMPION WILL ROTH WILL
TAKE PART IN MATCHES BIG CROWD EXPECTED.
, Tmnoriow nftcriioou at the new. tendance tomorrow tiftcriioon when
Moana llot- uiiirlB. mini- line ton- the "'' ' Harts 'l.
ills will be seen, when at :i o'clock ll w"" """ "''" lll'ly
,. ... . . .... I match could he unanu"'. between
the eight cM-erts who arc to-hrlslcnj, .,,, lml ,,. ,;k.
the now grounds get going with ,,,ld or iuu imt rur Kpvtfrnl tcam.nii
their racquets. Kwrythlng U ready, the matter him not tome to n lien',
ami thu colirlB look to be In snlcii-.llowcer. thcio In little ilonht tlmt
CLOSE RACE YESTERDAY
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WINES AND LIQU0R3
SOLE AQENTU '
MONT ROUGE WINES
. THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
W ielirer to all parts of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY '
WE GUARANTEE OUR OOOD
il1il condition. The clublidiiso
'Housing looms mc uKclj fitted out,
Unci thu players should bo comfort
ably llxcd ns rcgm.ls getting reuily
to play mid iifterwiinls attiring
thenischcs for the trip home. A
great deal ot lntciest Is being taKcn
In the affair, despite the efforts ot
thu nlwajs-a-d.iy. behind morning
sheet to Knock the tournament. The.
men who mo to play tomorrow nro
tibout the best III the Territory, and
they arc all, with the exception of
Hoth, In fairly good trim. The ex
champion, Will Hotly not Charlie, as
the hanger-on all tho-tline-nllcgcd-
sporllng sheet hatt It has not pin)-'
cd much tennis lately, hut he is.ul.
wnjs there with the stickes, even If
he can nut last the dlstan c.
The othei players ure nil In the
first night, nu'il some Hue tenuis
should bu teen when the men get
out on the couits. It Is Mime time
now sliico any doubles have been
played in town, and It will ho a
change (rom thu single handicap
style of tournament.
Tin lUawliig for the matches will
be made on thu mints tomorrow, and
It may he that the pahs will toss
up to sec which team will play tho
other, As they all play from
scratch, it will he a dllllcult matter
to attempt to name the winners In
inhume. If Will Itoth wcio In any
Kind of form, ho and Al. Castlo
would stand out like certainties, hut
as Itoth Ikik not played fur a long
time, the oilier palis seem to havo
a good chance.
It will bo Interesting to sec how
Athcitou Mellaril and Captain Low
Muck up In doubles. The captain
Is a dashing net placr, and the
jmmgfctcr Is as safe as n houso from
tho back of tho court. That used to
Im tho correct dope bomo years ago,
but the game has changed a lot, anil
now It l.i wull established that both
pl.iycrh should get up us suon as
powlhlc mid play tho volley game.
It.- A. Cooke, who, with his broth
er, holds the double championship of
the Islands, sbuiild do well with
lloi'kus, who plays a rattling good
game. Then Nowell, who slnro ho
'lime down from Maul, n year or mi
age, has Impioved his game a hit,
will be sure to pair up well with
Stccrq, Tho latter Is a steady play
er who tries hard to win and who
gets In sumo lino shots at times. He
and Nowell will muko uny of the
rest extend themselves In order to
Play will begin nt 3 o'clock, and
If tho rain will only hold off there
Is no doubt notwithstanding tho ef
forts of tho consistent knotker. who
koIh mad when siooned--that the
guests of tho .Moulin Hotel mid many
friends ot thu players will bo In at
ami uo,lcr or mirr in' juuiikmcib iii
iiiiiio logunir. ami ii i.kiiiiiii win
only put a little moia ginger into
Ills play and tiy harder for shots
The Muuoa tenuis club totirna
Boat Clubs Would Start Water
Polo But Arc Very Busy
Training at Present for
Races Much Interest.
i:ei since Hcgatta Day thoro lias
I been much Intel est shown in row-
! ing and iiquatl? rpoits of nil, sorts.
Tho llealnnlr anil Myrtles hno gone
u n tt tt tt n tt it tt tt tt tt n tt m tt tt
tt COMINQ EVENTS. tt
tt Secretaries nnd mnnngers of '.I
tt athletic clubs nro lnitcil to Bend tt
tt in tho dates of nny events which tt
tt they niny bo getting up, for in- tt
tt Kcrtlon under tho ubovo head, tt
tt Ad dross all communications to tt
tt the Sporting Editor, Uullotln. tt
tt Oabu League.
tt Oct. !l. V. S. M. vs. J. A. C.
tt Oct. !). C. A. C. s. P. A. C.
tt Oahu Juniors.
, . , iiiu I ll. ti Itl ti ll (Hill i'lj into iiiiiu ftunv
; now lets so, u great match , fw , Blimc g0, ,, hnri,t nllt,
cntiiate. ,ho tW(j Cubl )mvo rcl,rChCntntIves
MISS LAUREL ATKINS,
MR. FRANK BLAIR,
out on tho harbor
incut, which is to start up next ......,,,...
week. lll he the most popu.-.r m. Tho UAtf. o, , b(Mt c,ubs
have taken to tho rowing gnmo In
gieat style, and It piomlses well for
the fiitmu of tho sport to sec tho
far us ciow iIk w, for pcopl.i can get
out after dinner In the eciilngs,
when thej have no (hancc of ilil'.'t
w on u cek afternoon. The 'Uc-j- t , , a , ,
tit lights aie 111 good condllloli and ' ..!, ...... ..",. ,,,.,
tt Oct. 0. Asuhls vs. l'ulntnns.
tt Oct !). Mil Hocks va. C. A. C
tt Oct. 23. Four Hall, l'mirsonio. II
tt O. O., Moutialua.
tt Oct. I. Match.
tt Oct. 1. Opening of MOANA tt
tt Courts, t ' tt
tt Oct. fi. Million Klectrlc Light it
tt Tournuincnt. tt
tt Sailing. tt
tt Oct. 9. Wicn Haco. tt
tt Running. tt
it Oct. 1G. Kuoo vs. Jackson. it
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DOTS AND DASHES.
the flickering Is cry slight' now.
The pl.ccis on both Bides ot the not
will be ewii as reg.uds tho light,
anil It won't bo a niicstlou of one
court being brilliantly lighted nnd
tho other being in comparative darkness.
It won't bo long now till another
(urn will be had at the Wall Cup,
and Atlicrtoii Itlchards, who at pres
ent Is the holder, will have to de
fend his tllle .to the trophy.
HORSE OWNERS SAY
, . MONEY WAS UP
Don't Forget That There Is a Delicious
Every Day From 11:30 to 1:30 ami 4 ;30 to 0:3d at the ;
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P, 0. BOX 440
Open From B A, M, to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
Al! Hindi of Electrio Lli;ht Bathi (blue, red, white and violet),
Eteam Bat hi; Turkiih, Riiulan, Fine Nccdla, Nnuhcitn, Carbonio Acid
'and Oxygen, or Medical Hatha j Manage, XRayi and Jllk'h Frequency,
Special attendant for ladiei. '
Hill ft ll ' I I i.i . . -
There May Be Match Race on
October 8 at Park.
Although n very plausible spell has
been put up bj the hnrio owners
who were to ra e at Kaplolnnl Park
tomorrow, the whole truth has not
yet liceu told about the affair. Ilrud
crlck, III u written .intcment to the
spoiling writer of tb II u 1 1 c 1 1 n,
maintained that there a. no money
In sight, and that therefore ho would
not ru'i bis inure Coplt against Mary
Wlnkclflcld and Lizzie .Moore.
Then tho otbirs tii-came nuiiojcd
and claimed that their money was
up but that llroderl'k would not
foinc through If the money Is up
they had better tell In whose hands
It Ik at prcTcnt. From lusldo sources
It Is learned that something of u
deep mid dnrk i hemo was being
engineered to make someone rich
tin 1 k, mid to play another ninn for
It Is alleged now that two marcs
will rnio tomorrow week, and It may
bo that that Is correct. Ilrodcrick's
Dual icmark yesterday In tho II u I
I u t I u olllto was cry significant:
"I nm an .honest man and I won't
fetund for any crooked work."
tt ti it
If tho St. I.oula team wishes to
tour tho States .is amateurs, it had
better havo tho whitewash brush ap
plied to ii number of Its playors. Hu
mors of tidy llttlo sum having gone
to tome of th'o men Me going tho
loiiuds, mid tho llb-.vl'ites over tho
pond might object to playing against
for nil thoy no worth. Itcmnrkablo
improxemont is noticeable In tho
work of the lads, and thoy get
thiough the water In great btylo
All sorts of matches arc spoken of
and when tho next big regatta comes
en there will bo Home races that will
bo closu and ex'ltlng enough for
any tiling. The Hcaluiils arc deter
mined that when they measure
blades with the 'Myrtles again, thcro
will bo ii dllTerei I talc to toll to
tli.it tit Scptcmhc" 17 1I0,
Yesterday nftcrno n thcro was u
great Impromptu rnio brought off be
tween crews from the Ilenlalils mul
Myitlos. Two crews from each shed
went out to the spar buoy and raced
hack lo an Imaginary lino ilrnwn bo
tween the piles that are nenr tho
llc.ilnni shed mid tho quarantine
Ilesldes tho youngsters a "pickup"
ciew went along, too, and when tho
boats got away to u good start tho
"pickup", of course, forged nhcau
mid toon hud u lead that lauded
I hem in first with u big margin. Tho
in e between tho "klcU" wiib n closo
one, and thcu; was not much to
throve between them nt tho finish
The MiiinghtciH rowed well, and thoy
show gieat Improvement. Tho roll
has been eliminated, tho leeovcry
has been nltercd u lot. nml tho men
got lu u'cnoil crisp stroke that cnrr
rlcs tho boat through tho water In
The llealaui members get in somo
great stunts on tho water chute, and
time lifter time tho men (llmli to
tho top or tho toboggan and glldo
down Into tho water, only to return
and repeat tho trick. ;
The talk of water polo has boon
ic!vcd, and tho Ilcnliiiils say that
they wuld like ,tt' start tho, game
up with tho iisslstiiuco of (Icorgo
rrccth. hut that It would 'bo slight
ly Inconvenient at present, owing
to many of their men being bo taken
up with tinlnlng' stunts, .
k lit it tt
Tomorrow afternoon tUu water
polo men will get a start, mid u
gamo will ho plajcd lit Kurt Shutter
between a team gotten together by
tleorgo l'eerlh and a bunch ot sol-illei'j.
IN THE CITY.
Adminion 15c, 10c. So,
Corner Nuuanu and Fauahi Street
Sergeant Harry says Hint ho can
not sec how the fact Hint tho Ileauls
finished well down tho list In tho
Military scries has anything to do
with tho acceptance, or tho refusing
of his chnllcngo to the I'liiiahous. As
to a reputation, Darry says that If
the fact that the llcauts won tho
chnniHonshlp last year, Is not suffi
cient, lie would llko to know what
Is. As to tho claim (hat to mo of
the llcauts uro ox-students of bt.
LoiiIb College, tho sergeant Bays that,
all tho siinic, tho players nro enlist
ed men or tho N. (1. II., mid as such
arc, of course, eligible for tho
The Banana Man
U WISE & MILTON
Singing, Dancing and
. ," Comedy Artiiti
1 'ft And
it, LATEST MOTION' PICTURES
Joe McGurn d loaned Into Ilia
llul lot In oirtco yesterday and
amiuuiKcd his willingness to have n
go at Jim Hoao If n promoter can
ba secured. Joo Is looking well and
lin Is anxious to havo a lothcr match
Tho long-dlstnnei runners. Jack
Mil mid Kaoo. nrj gcli'ng Into con
dition, nnd tho Marathon "Kid" Is
feeling very fit. Ho thinks ho can
defeat Kaon, but ho will havo a hard
lob to down the l.r.-ear-old "Wala-
DYpeih. and jolly up you don't havje'tojb:iiy'Mf
unless you feci like it. ,,; '
You'll find they're all good fellows here
"It's The Fashion"
Hotel near Fort
D. H. Davies, Prop.
.u.oii A hath iiotrsi:.
Krlimil of i'hvHlcnl Culture.
t'RufonltncIl MiKfigr-.H Medical
Uyiunastlcs ISwcdibli Movo-
Ijidlcs' M6nM ttnit Children's
classes. Hoiiih: ii. hi lo 10 p.
in. and l'rhatu Instruction.
.Mr. Ciitlut Illorkiiiau (of
Hoyal Swedish Uymti lust )
Masseur mid ' Histructur of
TA.MAQUA, IM.. Sept. 17. Them
mo striiugo doings unioiig nlmit fif
teen families in tho noithwusteiii part
of tho town, who dcclaio Hint an up
pailtlou lslts their bedside In llio
early hours of tho moiiilug nnd Is
driving litem nearly frantic. It Is suiT
posed to tako thu shape of Ii headless
Soveial of theso families nro mak
ing arrangements to movu fiom tho
section, while oiio uiaii has sold Ills
pioporty for considerably loss than Its
A "wiodoo" doctor ntti Unites llio
tioublo to u black cat, and cats of all
classes fim being slaughtered In that
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
, September 30 '.October 1
From China, Japan and Australia
2. Spinning Plate. Firo Sticks.
3. Acrobatics on Step-ladder.
4. Eating ,Lamp Chimney and
5. Slack Wire Walking. .
0. Trapeze, .
7, Breaking Nails.
8, Breaking Stone.
0, Swinging Rings,
10. Flying Trapcie.
11. Turning Somersaults off Spring.
START, 8 P, M.
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The drink of those who know that
it is the finest gin ever imported into
; Khio byi P. loopuyt & Co., in
Delivered to any part of the city.
PRICE, $2.00 A BOTTLE
Alakca and Queen Streets
King and Nuuanu Streets
Cream Pure Rye
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ROYAL ACADEMY DANCE.
The Royal Academy of Dancing
will give nn Apt on mid Nccktio
Dunce on THURSDAY, October 0, at
Odd Fellows' Hall; 8 o'clock. Ad
mifslon: Gentlemen JOr, Ladies 25c.
Good iniisle and u cuod time, . .