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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, AUG. 28, 1911.
ma.5Hitf- t:&miTu tu;
ONI! ot tlio til-Hi tilings thnt creels
tlio rye of tlio trailer iih ho
alights from tlio train .it Santa
llnrhara, Is the KlnnliilUK wrleiitnu
iivit thn entriinro to tlio 1I0TIM.
rOTTCII Kroundi, only n iiilnutu'H
walk from the station.
I loli', In the midst (if n llnrnl paik,
fining the rising sun, vllli tho trniilc
i'c, lapping the lieneh a thnui.ihd foci
from im front door. Hotel I'utler of
fer 'in Meal iilnce for test nnd rccro
ntlon. Haiila lbrlmrn lmi lung been fam
ous for Kh illinntc, tho most equable
nnil delightful known to num. Naples,
Nice, Cairo, Honolulu and the Islands
of tli" Sea do not contour ewltli It In
A tnoio charming environment can
not he Imagined, mid tlio '.lOTHI,
Vol"! i:il li: Km mutchloss aititnthm
nruUdoa eerj thing- to enable the
Itor to enjoy the advantages of ell
male And surrounding to the utmost.
ill 1)1. I'll III I! is exceedingly
e.iRV In reach It Is on tlio main lino
of the Soi.ihrin 1'acll) (Cuan Line), J
between Han Franclseo and Tii An
geles, mid tho depot In almost n pnrt
TTArpTnT T)"V P'l'L'L)
AXVs XJ-IJ-I X J J. J. J-IXV
Geary Street, above Union Squate
Jul! spiMiitt Iloltl St. Frtoci
European Plan Sl.CO a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High diss
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trowels" A. U. C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
FACIMI the beautiful park
In the ht-nrt of the city,
which It tho theatre of
(lie p.lnclpnl e tents of
the famous fetthnls of Hub
Francisco, this hotel, in en.
vlroumcnt and atmosphere, ex
presses must pleasantly the
!? rmtifiirtiililM Mtlrlt of old fill-
' tv Itiirnln.
'I he royalty nnd nobility oi
W the Old World and the Far
Knst and the men of hlga
aclilemucnt In America who
assemble here eontrllmto to the
$t cosmopolitan atmosphere of an
Itth' Institution which represents
(he hospitality and IndMduul
lly of Nan Kninclsro to the
The hnllillnu, which marks
the furthest udinnre of silence
In sen Ire, lias mm the largest
rapacity of any hotel strut lure
lu the West, nnd upon comple
tion of the l'ost street unuei
trill he the largest cnrarnnncrj
In the norld.
WHILE TIIK HERTICE 18 UN.
USUAL, TIIK THICKS AUK
European Plan from $2.00 Up
IUJOMV HU1T1M AND
appi3al, to touiiisth
who i.iki: pi.hntv of
Allt AND Fltr.IJDOM
I'ltOM CITY 13NVIIION
MKNTH. TIIK UAT13S
Alti: NOT IllOH.
mrr a n.vv.on two at
iii:i"oni: vacation kndh its
Tin: plaoi: ran compoiit
TItAINH PASS TIIK POOn
Rooms and Board
W, C. Bergin, Prop.
of tho hotel einumR Tree stovmnr
lirlvltcges me granted on ti.iough
railroad tickets, enabling travelers to
stop over at 1I0TKI, I'ltTTKIC with
out Inconvenience or added traveling
IIOTKI, l'OTTIIlI In nn Itntnsnso es
tablishment In thn old .Mission stjlo
of nrchltectrtro. It has wide verandas,
loof gardens mid nun porches. Kvory
loom Is nu outside room. HOT;!,
VOniil! crowns the knoll ronnerly
known as llurton Mound, on which fur
unknowil centuries n healing sulphur
spring of wonderful medicinal qual
ity has bubbled forth. Tho hotel Is
built over this and tho water still
Rparkles up Into u run 1)1 n bas'n. In
tho lobby. The beautiful grounds pur
round tho building, extending dr.wn to
the I'tilm llonlcvat I avthlch fronts on
tho Ilench nnd tho n'a,
In them one lluds acres of veliet
lawns, towering palms, rose gardens
eontiilnlug thousands of loso bushes
which bloom almost tho year through,
a full mile of asphalt walks nnd drive
ways, bordered by hanks uf scarlet
geraniums, cacti gardens, Illy beds,
and hundreds of other flowers and
Is operated on the American plan only.
asked are lest (Service, Cuitine and
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Room with Hath and
I Hoard from 14.00 a Day
European Plan Room with Hath from
J2.00 a Day
Special Monthly Rates
A high-class Family and Tourist Hotel.
Half block from Columbia Theater,
nnd on the edgo of tho ltctnlt Shop
ping District, Tlvcry room with Pri
vate Hath. Positively Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
noM-rvotloiis made through
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu
Co., Ltd. '
Pioneers and leaden in
the Automobile Bniinen
Agents for such well-known can
as Packard. Pope-Hartford, Steveni
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,.
Iiulrk, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For the BEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAU LET, No. BM
C. H. BEHN
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
uo a niLoi-u-Liiu iimi, on
your MutomoDiie ana save uenerator,
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
AH1C l-'Oll THEM
SEAS CURIO CO.
And All Post Cnrd
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily dlsordors ladies and gentlemen.
BARON SCHOOL OF PHY8ICAL
Phona S4G7 or call at 176 B. King 8Lupon tlio Moanalua gridiron, nnd It
MILO M. POTTER, Manager
shrubs. In one part of the grounds Is
n menagerie and deer park, contain
ing' specimens of California deer.
Here, ntt'U are located, tho garugo and
Knur excellent tennis courts nro
found within tho hotel grounds. Thcso
are of asphalt and up to tho full reg
ulation professional requlnrfiictits.
Spectators' seats adjoin.
IIOTEI, rOTTCIt Is open all tho
year and Is npciated on tho American
plan only. It offers tho maximum of
comfort nt a minimum of cost at all
times. It litis accommodations fur one
thousand guests. Tho rooms nro all
handsomely furnished nnd decorated,
havo tmmenso closets and bath rooms,
steam heat, telephone, electric lights
nnd every convenience and luurv de
manded by tho discriminating trav-
1I0TKI,' I'OTTKIt table lias trmg
been recognized as tlio standard by
which others nro Judged. Whllo there
tiro many reasons for this, two of them
stand out unique The llrst Is that
IIOTII, rOTTKIt maintains Its own
dairy nnd stock ranch, on which tho
milk, eggs, vegetables, butter, cream
Each room hat outside exposure. Rates
Surroundings contidered) than can be
OAHU EASY MEAT
Outplaye'd and Outclassed
from Start to Finish Oahu
Sinks Deep in Defeat.
Waller Wlllnirhnm, Piiplnln of
Onlnii "Tho Cavalry outrode
nnd oulhlt us badly ns It they
lipd us over n barrel. They
! played the best same they eor
played. ' They had It coming tg
them and surely earned It. They
v rtcseno a great deal of credit."
Lieutenant Qitcl.eiiieyer, Cup.
lain of t'lnalry! "Wo have
worked hard to nccompllsh some-
thing this year nnd feel highly
v elated to have won from such a
flno team ns that of Onliu. Tho
playing was clenn nnd friendly
thiougliout, no penalties being
scored on either hide."
Outclassed nnd nuplnyed from the
very ntnrt Oahu was carried from JI10
Held last Saturday at Moanalua, to
tho death tuno of 1.1 to G, composed
by tho Cavalry squad.
Never once during tho cntlro con
test did the local players havo a look
In, but they stood up gamely and tried
In n lumo manner to block up nnd
frustrnto tho rapld-IIro onslaught of
tho Fifth Horsemen. Tho wny the
Illehua boys tore up nnd down that
Held, scattering Oahu as wheat chaff
in n.gale, would have been nn oyo
openor ot the polo champions ot tho
They scored so fast and with such
ease tho ponies got wenry running
from ono goal to another.
Tlio contest started off in nn excited
spectacular manner and ended the
same. Oahu did not seem to bo ublo
to get In Ihe gamo at all. The Cav
alry romped at omul and mado the op
position eat the dirt they kicked up
all tho time.
U was 11 wonderful game though,
with till Its onesldedness, nnd will nf'
ford talk for tho sport gossips for
muny a moon.
Tho day couldn't have been more
perfect. Tiie occasional showers did
no harm but on the contrary did lots
of good, cooling tho hot brows of thn
rivals and tholr mounts' bodies, glv
nir them moro 1 fo than has ovor
I been seen.
All the elite nnd high society of
both Hoiiolulit and Lcllehun packed
tlio siuo tines, lining tno air at an
times with tholr yells of encourngo
ment. It was the largest gathering ot
cnthuslnsts Hint over motored, drove,
lode or walked to beautiful Moanalua.
Tho Cnvalry's success came from
tho consistent, hard practice they havo
dono this year, with their whole
heart and soul plunged Into It. They
,lluJ ,l coming to them and suro do-
serveil 11. 1110 learn hub piayuu 111
hard luck evor slnco they organized
tliemsehos n fow years ago. Tho
hluti clllcleiicy to which, thoy hnvo
nrlsen during those years has been
dono faster than nny team on reroid
nnd shotilil they bo ablu to play to
gether In tho tournaments to coiuo
thnru will bo no Island team entered
that can stand one, two, three with
them. Tholr squad Is tho most won
dorfnl bunch that lias ever trotted
nW cheeso and much of theMiork,
beef, veal and lamb used on Us table,
are produced. It also lias lis own
squab and poultry rnncb, conducted
exclusively for Its use, and somo sixty
thousand birds nro raised here an
nually. Within tho house nro .all manner of
things to nmuso and divert.
Thcro nro rooms set-aside for bridge
and other games of enrds, n complete
stock market, a curio room thnt Is
beyond description, four regulation
bowling alleys, blllliird and pool
tables, wireless telegraph stations,
club rooms, barber shop, manlcuro
nnd linlrdresslng parlors, music room,
prlvato dining rooms, banquet rooms
and breakfast nnd ten rooms. The
great ball-room, where the Saturday
night balls aro given ench week Is n
symphony In green nnd gold and the
Joy ot ocry dancer. The lobby nnd
piazzas nro tilled with comfortable
easy chairs thnt Invito to rest whllo
ono listens to tho music of tho or
chestra. KOTEIi VOTTKH Hot only makes Its
guests comfortable and at home while
they aro Indoors, but offers them ev
found In any other hotel In America.
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the U
will ho the grentcst that over will take
its position on tho line field for many
n year. Tholr cntlro working sys
tem novcr experienced a slnglo hit
The engines shot with galling rapid
ity never missing stroke once.
Oahu put up n gtent game, but
something seemed sadly absent nnd
their efforts seemed us tboso ot the
drowning man who grasps frantically
for the provorhlal slt-aw.
A. P. Judil, tho tefcree, had an easy
tlmo of It, tho contest b6ing f reo from
fouls or snfctles, although a couple
of plays looked rather dubious. He
kept the gamo smashing fnst by los
ing no tlmo whatever In throwing the
ball Into play.'
Lieutenant Hanson put up tho star
gamo of tho diiy, riding like one pos
sessed, scoring eight points for his
team. Captain Forsyth played won
derfully at three,, better than any man
over tagged with that number on the
Island, and succeeded In bringing four
moro iiolnts Into camp. Tlio thir
teenth and unlucky point for Oahu,
was smashed botweon tho posts by
Lieutenant Sheridan. Lieutenant
Quekctueyor put up n thrilling game,
riding nnd shoving off opposition for
nil ho was worth, and nt the snme
time holding his men together in n
grip of Btccl. So well did nil tho Cav
ulry boys play It would bo right to
sny no one showed above the other.
Their mounts wore equal to any
emergency put beforo them, whirling,
nnd turning with every move ot the
ball with tho ease and speed ot n
Tho Oahu ponies wcro ratlior slow
In comparison with the rivals, and
stood tio chance In running them off.
They wheeled when the globo was
smashed back past them ns If their
feet wero of lend and by tho tlmo
they had tholr stride It' was too late
the Cavalry would be far up field
making spectacular accurato drives
for tho goal. '
Walter Dillingham, not' at his best
by any means, played an ngresslve,
brilliant gamo, and for several per
iods was tho .whole team himself, dur
ing which he scored once. Harold
Cnstle was not In his old form, but
fought every Inch of tho wuy nnd
scored three gonls for his-team, tlob
ort Atkinson -put up the groatest game
of ills lifo and rnndo'tlio fnns side up
and tako notice Ho was always In
the thick of piny nnd twice sneaked
tlio ball out, driving two beautiful
goals. Harold Dillingham rough
housed 'for nil he wus 'worth and did
some flno riding oft but he was far
from his best
Tho game was clenn from start to
finish, more so than ono would ex
pect considering the blood-thirsty
manner In which It was fought. Sov
.orul spills were taken, Hanson re
ceiving tho hardest nenr the niakal
goal, whore. he and his mount slid for
about five yards. Tho gamo, snappy
llttlo rldor wns soon seated ngnln nnd
lighting awny for till ho was worth.
Tho points wero mndo during tlio
porlods ns follows:
Three goals drlvon In nil. Hanson
and Forsyth each mado ono for tho
Cuvalry and Castlo cops one for Oahu.
Score: Cavalry 2, Oahu 1.
No scoring until end, when Hnn
hon escorts tho globo through the
posts In spectuculnr manner. Scoro:
Cavalry 3, Oahu 1.
Tlueo points 111111I0 In this. Walter
Dillingham gained tho first In flO sec
onds of play nnd Hanson nnd Sheri
dan grab two. Scoro: Cavalry G,
Atkinson nftor six mlniiten of hrll
SANTA BARBARA, CAL.
ery facility for tho enjoyment of the
outdoor life to which this plensant
climate invites, A very complete gar
age -Is maintained where automobiles
may he obtained nt reasonable rates
nt all times. It also has the largest
livery stablo In California nearly
two hundred horses being kept up for
riding and driving.
In the harbor nro anchored ninny
prlvato yachts, sailing boats and high
powered motor boats. Hanta Ilarbnra
Channel Is ono of tho most attractive
to the yachtsman, and each year the
annual regattas which aro held hero
bring a fleet together of whlto-salled
vessels nnd power boats representing
neatly every Important club on tho
Coast. During thcso events the
JIOTIX I'OTTKIt Is tho rocotnlgd
headquarters and the center of nil tho
'i l,e Santa Tlartnrn Channel affords
splendid deep-sea fishing and ninny
largo catches nro mado thcry each
smson. Yellow-till, barracuda tuna,
sea bass, rock cod nnd Many others
are among tho most plftitlful
Tho Totter Country Club as an ad
junct to the HOTEL I'OTTKIt, offers
Baggage may be checked direct to
Ited States or Canada. Wire ahead for
linn piny rams the pill between tho
posts. Score: Cavalry fi, Oahu 3.
Oahu with a clinnco lo recuporate,
fall flat and allow Forsyth to make a
goal ono nilnuto after piny. Hanson
riding Ilko field, follows with two
more. Scoro: Cavalry 8, Oahu 3.
Hanson comes to front again, en
larging number on scoreboard along
with Sheridan. Score: Cavalry 10,
Oahu 3. I
Seventh Period. 1
Oahu wnkes up nnd Castle nnd At !
klnson bring a point each to camp.
Forsyth takes offenso and makes two
himself. Scoro: Cavalry 12, Oahu C.
Oahu still game to tho last and
Cnstle scores, with Ilntisou making
ono soon nftor. Final score: Caval
ry 13, Oahu 6. '
Tho championship for this year Is
tied each team winning nnd losing
apiece. It Is hardly probable they
will clash again this Season for tlio
decision and tho matter wilt, go over
until next yenr. 1
MYRTLE CLUB I
, GETS NEW BOAT
Tills morning the new Keenan slx-
oared bargo arrived for tho Myrtle
llont Club, und It was a happy crowd
of Myrtle boys that Balhercd at the
Mongolia to tnko n Orst glance nt tho
new craft, which Is 11 dandy.
The boat was ordered somo time ago,
and for many days tho members of tho
club hnvo been nnxlonsly wnltlng to ,
Deo the new barge. The boat Is a flno
one, nnd when the Myrtlo boys get Into
their seats on tho day of tho race
thero will be somethlnK doing. Tho
boat Is low and very light,
Now each of the tbreo clubi enn
boast or Its new boat, and there will be
nn kick coming on tho dny of tho raco
of ono club having nn old boat.
All tho Myrtles who could get down
to tho wharf this morning were on
l-.nnd, and they wero delimited with the
Tlio Myrtlo senior crow will tnko tho
now boat out this afternoon for atrial
spin, nnd thero Is no doubt that tho
member will turn out In fufl forco to
sec what their new craft can do when
pushed through tho wnfer. "I
Tho Puuneno ciub men will bo In
town during the latter part of thin
week, and then tho three crews will
keep their eyes on ench other.
n a n
Antnne Knoo has heard somo noise
Ilko money lately, nnd he lias stated
that If tho talk Is true ho Is willing to
run Jlnunlo Fitzgerald over tho full
A proposition has been mndo that If
Kaoo should tacklo Fitzgerald and run
he will bo given $500 by the promoter,
nnd should ho lose he Is to get 1300.
Tlilt. does not look so bad to Knoo, so
ho Is willing to go Into tho running
gnmo ngnln If thn promoter maksgood
on the pioposltlnn.
The raco should 'ho a good ono If
pulled off, nnd many peoplo would
turn nut to seo tho event.
Fitzgerald would bo moro than
pleased to meet Knoo on the trnck, as
ho has been nnxlonsly waiting for a
contest with the Ilowiillnn champion.
Jlmmlu would need to go somo If the
rnce mntrrlnllzes. It remnlim to bn'
seen what can bo done In tho wny of
arranging a rnce between tho two.
No bailiff In toplaco Dan Klknha
Is' to bo appointed for tho United
States district court until tho roturn
nf Judgo Dole. Judge, demons made
this announcement Saturday.
its members nlti) gnfMO not only every
fnmlllty for nil sorts of, , out-door
sports, but tho control ts nnd conven
iences of any lllst-class club.
From tho verandas of the club
house almost tho whole of the club
grounds' call bo seen tho 'polo Hold
and race (rack, tho golf course and
tho incasing approach of l'nlm Ave
nue, 'Which loads In from tho main
Kate ot the ranch.
The Potior Country Club Grill In
operated in conjunction with tho 1 'ot
ter Hotel dining room, which Is lameil
for Its excellent cuisine and servlco.
lirenkfnsts, luncheons nhd teas aro
served clthor In he dainty grill loom
ov on the verandas "al fresco," look
ing out upon tho mountains nnd tho
wooded hills. Tempting routhern
dlshes'nnd tho highly seasoned flpin
Ish tookery aro mado n specialty at
Tlio Golf Courso at tho J'olter
Country Club well deserves Its des
cription ns 'Vporty." It Is ai easy
looking but deceptive courso cnlculat
(Hl to bring out nil tho strong (and
weak) polnls of each player's gamo.
Instructors aro In attendance.
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
cerning Hotel Potter, address! OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
will alwnys choose varnishes
made by STANDARD VARNI8H
A perfect finish for floors, cab
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KING 8TREET
comes the matter of developing
the film and printing.
We have the best facilities in
the city for doing this work.
We will get the -most out of
Photo Supply Co.,
IN COPLEY EBTJCTf
PACIFIC PICTURE FEAJsTOa CO.
1050 Hauura Street
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
CIOAB HOW U
4. A OTW8T (10 Aftnti
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs 'and
SODA WATKn FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUQ CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bathel
pHfTflfAT BENJAMIN COMPOIND
I Cure Constipation. IRT I
I MikesNew.Iilch JaHft
lUloud. aWBL I
I Mom jch and Liver al
I Koftuldtor. VmaaaaaaaV I
Gurest ho Kidneys. 9 I
Tlir. Polo Meld Is of full regulation
iltc, surrounded by nn exorcise nnd
rnce nack, rlvo-clghths of'n tnlln long
tuple stabling accommodations for
ponies nre provided on tho llo'd and
1 1 tho Totter Stables.
On this lloM many hard-fought con
tests for supteniaey tako place. Rui
U K.irbaru linn lis owl excellent, tciim,
rs has tho Totter Country Olul, I.W
(Oimlo, Los Angeles, l'asadjni mid
.Members of the Totter Country Club
need not gel far ntleld for excellent
fishing. Hack in the fastnesses of tho
mountains nro streams which will test
tho angler's skill. Horo brook trout
nnd steel-bead are to bo found during
tlio season. Thcso fishing grounds can
bo conveniently renched.
Hunting Is good within n reason
able distance ot tlio Totter Country
Club. Quail, doves, rabbits and squlr
relB abound. In tho season thousands
ot wild ducks and geeso nro to be
seen on tlio marshes. If ono cnies to
go a dny'H Journey or mi Into tho
mountains, ho will find deer, bear and
mountain lions. The lover of sport
will find ample opportunity hero.
ROSA & CO.
I m i
Hottled In Bond
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CALIFORNIA 8PARKLINQ WINC8
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike and Queen Streeti
H IAII AT ALL BAM
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KIHQ AND NTJUANIJ 8TREETS
You'll And they're all good fal
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Prop.
Horses, Mules and
The BICYCLE DEALER and BI
FAIRER, bju moved to
180 KINO IT EI IT
New location Red front, 'near
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
Pau Ka liana
MOVES THE EARTH
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates ulvon 'on ull kinds ot
Concrete Work a Specialty
AUAMI STREET, tyEAR NUUANU
"The Bloneer Plumber"
182 Merchant Street Phone 1931