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l ping at "Magnin's"
'Importers, Manufacturers, and Retailers of
i ladies' Children's anffftf
Infants' Wear --
If you arc interested in Babies, visit our Infants' De
partment, third floor, where the daintiest little gar
ments can be bought at popular prices.
Our new catalogue of infants' and children's wear is
just out. Send for same. All packages to the Islands
will be sent free of charge.
Grant Ave. and Gcajy St.
Hardware, Touls, Paints and Oils, Stoves,
Household Goods Sporting Goods,
Bicycles, and Firearms
We. have '"bat you want, and wc want you to have it. Call up
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Shipping and Commission
Arthur Seroall & Co., Bnth,' Me.
Parrott tfc CP.f San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(orinnel'l automatic sprinkler)
Nouwan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
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The'h'awaiian ELEgTific qp:f;
hereby gives notice that on!'
account of certain alterations in the
steam line at the power plant, neces
sitated by the installation of a- new
Westinghouse turbine generator,
there will be a complete shut-down
on all electric lines, not to exceed
ten hours, on Sunday, Oct. 9th, com
mencing at 6 a.m.
W. C. Peacock ACo;; Ltd.
MONT ROUGE WINES j
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURI'' 7
W ieliver to til parti of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OUH dOOD
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San Francisco. Cat.
ELECTRIC LIGHT TENNIS WAS
STARTED IIP LAST EVENING
MIXED PROGRAM OF SINGLES, DOUBLES AND
' DOUBLES IS PLAYED OFF MRS. COULTER
f REAPPEARANCE ON LOCAL COURTS.
Lust night nt tho Manoa tennis
inurtK n irnod-slzed . rowil tiirncil out
to watch the opening matches of tho
ciccinc nsm iuui minium. uiu ciuu
pavilion wns packed with spectators,
nn.l th. nh.lr. Il.nl Unrn i...l.l..1 nn
tho grassy hauks did not seat half
the people who wcro present. Auto-
mobiles were strung all around tho'
outside of tho grounds, and tho sight
was certainty a inottj ono when, 'at
hnlf-past sccn oclock, Savago and
(Jrcctideld btepped onto the court to
tcttlo their match.
Tho two big electric lights give
cicry satisfaction, nnd not ono lost
night was there a suspicion of a
flicker. Doth sides of the courts
were bathed in n brilliant glow ot
light, and plnjlng ns as easy as In
the (hotline. Tho vlacrs could seo
all right, and sonf of the plajs they
brought oft were brilliant.
A slight drlzzlo-ot rain fell about
8:30, and tho wind at times was
pretty stiff. Still, tho plaj' was not
Interfered with, aikl over) thing went
Mrs. Coulter, champion lady play
er of Hawaii, mado her reappearance
on a Honolulu tcnnla court. Sho was
not In, good form, however, and she
netted a tremendous number ot balls,
Her service was good, as usual, but
except on ono or two occasions, the
champion could not get going.
Tho first match was tho one bo
tween Savago ot I'uuuono and Green
field of L'wa. Right from tho start
Saago plajed up well, and it was
Been that he had about struck lit
best form first rattle out of tho box
Oricnflehr worked hard, but d!'l
not seem able to make much head
way against the one-arm wonder,
S.ivago Bcrvcd, willcjcd nnd drove In
hillllant fashion, and ho mado ever
gamo a winning post. Greenfield
could do no better than get tour
games, and tho "set" ended 10-4 In
favor of Savage. Thoro were seV'
eral l'uuncno people around the
rourts, and tlioj (olt elated when
tho Maul man beat tho Oahu plajer,
Lady Champion Appears.
Tho next match was that between
Mrs. Coulter and Clarence Cooke, and
Mr. and Mrs. John Watcrhouse. It
was expected that this match would
bo a clono one, but tho Cooke-Coultet
combination was too strong on tho
o rning's play, and they beat tho
married pair 10-2. In fait. If tho
match had been for tho ordinary set.
It would havo been a "lovo" one, as
Cooke nmlMils partner won six games
rlshtj oft the icol and It was not
till 'tho Fcvcnth gamo that' tho Wa
tqrhoiibc pair scored a, winning
Clarence Cooke played gicat ten
nis, and covered tho court well. Ills
partnci Hccmed to bo completely off
her iiHuil brilliant game, nnd except
for her tcivlie was nothing llko tho
plajer she was tome mouths ago.
Mis. Waterhouso tiled hard and
showed gic.it activity. Her husband
was uuay off his piopei gamo, and
made some bad mlbs.hlts. Kolther
Mr. nor Mrs. Wnterhouso plajed up
to form, and their exhibition last
night was 'nothing like what they
are capable of putting up. During
tho last ()ectrl3 light tournament
tho WatcrbOUBes showed real good
form, and' it .was disappointing to
see them' fall away UbV nlgjit. '
As soon as tlie,nilcd. 'doubles were
flnlnhedf NowolUand Store) got go
ing in thclu singles ma'Uh. ,TIls
was another! jinayay affair, and tho
iuii teuow woii'nstno, iiKea, iu-v
Steere.dld not hate, u. look In, us
Nowell voll&yedvaild pliicedilu chain
The' men's doubles was tho next
event up tor discussion, and tho
4ntt tint vnft Xrmimr1 1 fl i rt il
, ,,. . , ., ,,,.: ri, .
and WaterhoubO-IJabblft. Tho flrbt-ljj
nuined pair won out by n scoro ot
10 i, anil una ru snowcu mac no nun
tho makings of a good pluer. Some
of his schoolmates who wore seated
at ono end ot the court tried to get
hl "goat" before the match startel,
hut ho did not worry much nnd pla-
p'l "l 8ll
Captain Low, than whom theio Is
not a plutklci pljcr In tho Islands,
MElKMaMygHguiyi WrWPHBryt rfli11' ' fl"11!1''"" 'r ri rrrrun jdvi
IIONOMIt.tl. T. II.. KRIDAY, OCT.
then wont up ngalnst Noel 4Xcrr,
nnU tlie innttli was ono long-drawn-
out "erco l.nmo limn tno llrst nam
Ecrtctl till alio cml of tho match.
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"' games were piucc i an, a m,
",w '0UK 1" "CCIT S H. 1 HO
jllluM ot n" l,1 matcl,cs cr0
l " one man got ten games
"e, !' ;vn oer. Low and Dcerr
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Itvn 11 iin4(isawin fltiil wfin rim
two 111 Biio'csslon nnd won tho
Tho evening was much enjojed by
cvoijono, nnd the cool wind that blew
mado It very pleasant to Bit around
tho cottits and smoko a cigar or pipe
while the plajcrs did stunts on the
Tho tournament will bo continued
this evening, and tho following
matches will bo plajed.
flernld Irwin vs. V. D. Single
hurst, 7:30 p. m.
W. T. Schmidt vs. Athcrtffh, Itlcu
ards, 8 p. m,
Miss Paty 'nnd Ilabbltt vs. Mrs.
Cllve Davles and D. W. Anderson,
8:30 p. m.
V. T. Schmidt nnd h. .! Warren
vs. W. D. McCallum and Mi Macln
tyre, 9 p. m. ' '
,11. A. Cooko vs. II. S. Gray, 9:30
H. Lewis Has Arranged
For Machine to Bo
Kd. Lewis returned to Honolulu
this morning on tho Sierra, and al
though ho did not bring un aeniplano
back witli him, ho has ordered ono
to bo constructed for liliu and It will
nrrlc during December. Lewis saw
Hamilton lly at Sacramento, and at
once ofTcied tho aviator ICOOO to
(onio to Hawaii and gtvo an exhibi
tion. Hamilton, howevor, was und
er nontract to go to Chicago, and
consequently could not mako tho trip
to tho Islands.
Within a short time from now nil
Honolulu will have a chance ot seo.
Ing the bird men at work and, In
stead of having to bo content with
the shadowy pictures shown on tho
screens at tho "motlon-plcturo shows,
will bo nblo to go out to the beach
and rubber nt a fl Ing. machine soar
ing over' the breakers and, maybe,
Into tho waves as well.
Lewis could not buy a ready-mada
aeroplane, so hud to order ono to be
built. Tho fqctorlcs, as tho automon
bile 'people say, aro working over
time, and the demand for tho ma
chines Is greater than tho supply at
The two ono-nrm tennis players of
Maul Savago and Mcl'heo will (omo
day havo u go at tho best tho island
U COMING EVENT3.
tt Secretaries and managers ot ?!
H athletic clubs are Invited to send tJ
St in the dates ot any events which M
It tioy may be getting up, ,for In- jit
tt sortlon under tho j above head, tt
tt jtAlross all communications to II
tt the Sporting Editor, Bulletin
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tt , Oahu LeaQue, k tt
ft Oct. 9. II.' S. ftt,' vs. j'. A. Oi (J tt
tt Oct'0,r-C. A. Civs. V A. C, , tt
M Oct, 9, Aauhlvs. Palamaa. A It
tt Oet '. MuTilocka vb. d' A'.'ffai
tt Oct. 9. Manoa Cup.
itt Oct. 23. Four Dall. Koursomo. II.
M O. 0-. Moanalua.
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oa 7.18iMan0u Electric Light tt
, Tournament. tt
J Sailing. ' tt
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GRIDIRON GAME IS
Large Scores Are Put Up By
the Two Big 'Varsity Teams
Tliere Is Now Less Dan
ger of Injury,
, NUW HAVntJ, Sept. 8.' In I ho
opening gamo ot the football teawn
nt Yalo Held hero today, Yuln de
feated Wcslcjan by a scoro of 20 to
0. lloth teams showed gaud k lowl
edgo of now football, whilo vors-itll-itj
ut pluj, with frequent use of tho
forward pass and kicking, mado tho
content exciting. Uach side was fro
qncntlj pcnnllzed and but icrj few
lino plajs were tried. Tho oinctals
had few questions to decide.
The new gamo showed great op
portunities foi open play and chances
for consistent ground gaining with
the perfection of tho forward paes.
That a heavy line will be of as much
Importance this j car as prcvlousl)
was shown by tho frequent gains
mado by Yalo through WcslojanV
Tho gamo also demonstrated that
a ful, light team with tho use of
the foiward pass and tho punt wl',1
havo n better thnivo of gaining
giound than hcictoforc,
The danger of. injury also seems
to havo been lessened and tho al
lowing of an Injured plajer to re
turn at tho opening of a new quarter
will allow u team to maintain Its
initial ct length throughout the game.
CAMHRIDOH. Mabs, Sept. 28.
Harvard opened tho football season
today by defeating Hates, 23 to 0.
In u fast, spectacular gamo. Tho
new rules worked woll. Long cud
plnji) and forward passes wcro woll
executed, and thero wcro some
dashes through tho open fields. All
tho scores wero mado on touchdowns,
from which two goals were kicked.
PHILADELPHIAScpt. 28. Tho
University nf Pennsylvania football
team defeated Dickinson Collcgo this
afternoon by the score of 18 to 0.
Paul llrown. left guard of UlcKin-
son's team, was Injured In tho first
period of tho gaTile. After examlna
Hon nt tho University Hospital It
wiib found that his loft shoulder
blade wnrj fractured, and that ho
wjonld have to remain In, tho hospital
for several dajs.
1THAC. N. Y Sept. 28. Cornoll
overwhelmed Hohart today In tho
first gamo ot;tho ppason, 00 to 0.
Thei now .game, developed no spottac
i;.V',.inln r . r
CAnLlSLH. Pa.. Sept. 28. Klnnl
scores: Carlisle. Installs 3D, Muhlen
berg college o.;; ,
n tt it
Dr. Hand exidirintd ,tbo objeco of
the A. A. U. to' tho'Oahif Collcgo stu
dents yoslerduy, und when ho had fin
ished tho boys hud u good ideu of
what It was all about. Dr. Hand suld
that ho thought that tho Interschol-
astlc Leugue should Join the A. A. U.
instead of tho individual uelife-ola' do
ing ksaU,Tho amplications which havo
bcorf-lSred bif tcil-.clubs will boifor-
wardcl 4o tho A. fa U. niithoritlcB by
tno Mongolia: wmen sans ,or j inu
Coust tomorrow. '' t
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j.. . .i. -. ..it.. w..
Bjaues ot uneyonnoi iiyji oifi'iio
stunts beforo ho lost liltf nrmi'.'Whon
the "boys"Juwr thp'nows, they will
give up nirh'oiK) pf Angus and will
next expect to hear that he is wear
ing a plug hat on Sundays.
Ed I'oinandoz Is busy mapping out
a route to follow with his Johnson
Jeffries plumes. The slides show
nil there Is to be seen of tho contest
and every incident ot the light Is re
corded It Isn't nlwas safe to pin jour
faith to tho man with a big dia
mond ill it.
BILL RICE, EN SUE AND
JOHN CAREY WILL RACE
Rat McDonagh Will Havo His
' work Uut out When Ho
Meots the Cha'ujpio'n, Sprint
er on October 16.
Now that tho entries for tho dif
ferent running races that arc to Uko
placo at tho league grounds on Sun.
da), October 1C, arc coming 'n, grcit
Interest Is being aroused in bo.li tho
long-dlstau o and sprint racco
Tho fart that 1'at McDotiagh's chal
lenge to Dili Itlce, or nnjono else,
has been accepted by tho champion
schoolboy runner; Is considered to
bo vcrj good news by tho lovers of
footracing. Thcro will surety be u
great la to when tho only Hill and
rat meet over the hundred jtuds
Kn Sue, the flue little Chlucso run
ner, who Is llko.au Btreak, ot light
nlng over lift) 'yards, nnd who liq'ds
the locul record for tho distance, hits
also decided to enter tor tho sprlpu.
Ho will get into training at onM and
ho will surprleo an) ono who has liot
seen him do u sprint.,
McDonald, tho cavalryman, has
also entered for tho bundled, nnd as
ho Is a speedy man over tho distance,
ho will uuko the othors keep up a
decent pace In order to keep ahead of
him. , , i
In tho 220 Bprlnt, Illco and Mc
Donagh will meet nglln, nnd thcro
mil) bo some moro onirics before tho
list closes. In Hip 'hnlf-mllo, John
Carey, who Is about the ucst man In
tho Terrltor) over tho distance,, will
be seen In action, nnd ho should
cover tho dl&tnncQ In quick tlmo.
Antnno Kuoo Is working hard for
ills match over tho flftcon-nillo cournc
with 'Nigel Jackson. The old Wain
Ilia II or to known that Ills opponent
Is tinjnlng faithfully, and that ihu
laco will bo u better one than w'icn
tho two men mot beforo. Knoo Is
doing loug-dlstnncc work every so:
tind, daj, and he Is getting Into bet
ter condition now mil his hollows
aro In excellent condition. Tho old
follow feels confident that he will
not only licut Jackson, but that hoi
will uIeo tako Soldier King into camp
Tho entry book or all tho events
is lit B. 0. Hall . Still's, und It will
remain theio till the Saturda beforo
tho races. Pot cntrjos at tho
grounds will alto ho In nrdor, npcj
It Is expected Hint .1 great daj's sport
will bo on tap ,on Qctobcr 1C. '
HAWAII YACHT CLUB'
Committee Appointed to Look
Into Proposed Mcigcr
Alvtho meet I ns of tho Hawaii
Vuclit Club (hat was held last night,
It was announced that tho club al
most canio out even on tho Transpa
cific raco which was won by the Jla
wail, bklppored by Captain Wilder,
Tiqasurcr Harrj II yi loft icud thoio
)'mi, and It Bhowed that tho people
of)- Hawaii, Maul, Kau.il and 'Oahu
dOoited no leas than VJG57.l(J to.
md'jthe expense of tho raco. ,
'v'TJiB-roc'c, including tho cntortAln-
.mept "pttho visiting 'jnchtsmen, colt
&mi.fp, mm vuuiv nao u uvMk.ki.w.
715.1)!.. jno lining oui oi mu uj
wall, Tost of trip to, und from San
P?dfOf cams to Spb7.t, ntidr the
luutis, dancea and ptier eut6rtalnhg
umounted Xo J131.10. Thero was
rWchj mJterlat in sto'clC'nt present,
and tho balance of the club at tho
bank' Is $229.29.
After tho reading of tho treasur
er's report, tho matter ot tho pro-
poscdmcrgor between tho jacht club
and the automobile club was discuss,
cd. It was decided to appoint U. M.
Vctlosou and Charllo Wilder as a
committee to look into tho mattor,
and they will got to work right
Republlcans-never ahlrk responsi
bility. They regi'ster. last chance
, HARNEY & HAYNES
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