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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, THURSDAY. JUNE 13, 1912.
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In Land of The
MILWAUKEE, Wis., May 31. The
boxing season on the other sldo of
the world, Australia, according to
Information at hand from Hugh D.
Mcintosh, tho well known promoter
of that country, has been successful
beyond all expectations. Mr. Mcin
tosh gives some very interesting facts
concerning the boxing game In a let
ter to tho writer, Just at hand, which
is as follows:
"By tho time this letter reaches
you it Is likely that Cyclone Johnny
Thompson, accompanied by Eddy
Clabby, brother of Jimmy, and Terry
Kollar, will have arrived on your
Bhorca. Thompson has had bad luck
hero and was not a success financial
ly, but he was put to a big disad
vantage in having to meet men heav
ier than himself.. H behaved him
self splendidly whllo hero, and I am
only sorry that ho was obliged to so
out of his class to get matches. His
first match, and defeat, at the hands
of Bandsman nice was his own fault
as ho held Ric too cheap. Johnny
did not seem to strike his form after
that battle, but, considering his size
and years, he is a most wonderful
fighter, and his game efforts endear
ed him to the sporting public hero.
Wo are sorry to lose Johnny, and
wish him tho best of luck on your
side of the world.
"Jimmy Clabby has put up somo
wonderful fights here this season, and
it is too bad that ho could not give
another battle with Dlavo Smith,
whom h has mot three times. Clab
by made every effort to have another
meeting with Smith, but the latter
lias proven himselr ungrateful and
apparently not anxious for Clabby's
gamo by leaving hero for England
May 7. Clabby was fourteen pounds
lighter than Smith, but despite this
difference in weight he gavo Smith
all he wanted, and if It had not been
for tho rainstorm during each battle
Clabby, In my opinion, would havo
boaten Smith. Hughoy Mehegan, the
Australian lightweight champion, is
leaving about the same time as Smith
for your country. It will give you
some idea of what this fellow has
risen to when I tell you that he box
ed twenty rounds' with Clabby, who
weighed at least fliteen pounds heav
ier, and created a most favorable im
pression. Jimmy did his very best
to put hlra out, but Mehegan was
too strong and tough, and on his
performance is entitled to fight any
lightweight in the world. He is a fin
boy and should do well in your coun
try. Ho 1b better over the long dls i
tnnco than In short bouts, and I
should advise him to go to the mara
thon when meeting the big fellows
Barry, the big heavyweight, ;
been a surprise in this country,) Trooper Bauersock and Denny Le
has made a splendid record ary will box a six-round preliminary,
against tho colored gentlemen. All
this talk in somo of tho American .
papers about these contests not be.
Ing strictly on their merit is the
merest rot. You may rest assured
that overv one of them was on the
level, and that both Langford and Mc
Vey tried their best to stop Barry.
The Australian climate suits Jim to
perfection, and were it not for the
fact that his eyesight Is a hit faulty
he would give both Langford and Mc
Vey a run for their money. Ho cer
tainly surprised Langford, and ho hnd
tho fans with him hero throughout
Baseball For Sunday
J. A. C. vs. AS AH I.
STARS vs. P. A, C.
Reserved seats tor center of grand
Etnnd and wings can bo booked at 13
O. Hall & Son's Sporting Dopartmont,
(entrance King street) up to one p
m., after ouo p. ni at M. A. UunBt
& Co., King aud Fort.
Prlcoa 50c, 35c and 25c.
"Tho Beason has been particularly
good for all the boys, especially Jim
my Clabby. Jimmy can draw good
money here, against any one, for years
to como, for ho has made himself a
big favorite. He is surely a wonder,
when you consider that on week he
will fight at 148 pounds and tho next
week is ready to meet men like Jack
Lester and Jack Howard, weighing
"Wo are putting a roof on tho big
stadium and expect to have it ready
within a short time. It will cost about
$30,000, but when finished will givo us
tho finest boxing arena In tho world.
I am also building two largo gymna
siums under the stadium proper,
and when these are completed they
will form tho finest training quarters
for athletes anywhere. I am alio
putting in Turkish baths for the use
of athletes and members. In tho fu
ture it will not be necessary for the
fighters to go away to train; thoy
can get the very best accommodations
"My plans nre maturing for a big
tournament next season, for light
weights, and I trust you will be able
to get somo good boys in the light
weight division to come over here.
If my plans do not miscarry, it will
be the biggest tournament for light
ers in that division ever held in the
world, and there should be good
money In it for all of them. I am
after only tho best of tho 133 pound
ers, and Mehegan will be back horo
to meet all comers."
GOOD CARD OF BOXING IS
Articles have been signed binding
Jack Cordell and Johnny McCarthy to
box fifteen rounds In Honolulu on
June 29, two weeks from next Satur
Cordell agrees to weigh In at 155
pounds two hours before the contest
niid to post a weight forfeit cf $50
to that effect.
The bout will be boxed with live
ounce glove3 and a referee mutuallv
agreeable to both men will be chosen
f.t least 24 hours before the time of
Cordell will devote tho rest of this
week to swimming and roadwork. On
Monday afternoon he will start work
ing in the gymnasium at Camp Very.
McCarthy has been working for tho
past three days and will probably do
his sparring and calisthenics at tho
I Orpheum In the evenings, starting to-
th.-; winner to be taken to Hllo to
box do Mello on tho night of July 4.
Another preliminary will be between:
At a meeting held last night in tho ,
ofllco of C. F. Chllllngworth the prizes 1
for tho Haleiwa events wore appor
tioned as follows
Marathon race: First prize, John
Hau, who won tho Honolulu Brewery
cup, tho ten-dollar merchandise order
offered by Jack Scully, six dozen
Hire's root beer and flvo dollars'
worth of Sanitary Steam Laundry
work. -Second prize, Eddio Brown,
Hawaiian enameled cuff bu'tons and
pin, five-dollar pair of shoes, seven
dollar Panama hat and a three-dollar
nmchandiso order. Third prize, Melo
Kaiama, silver watch offered by I.
nubensteln, leather suitcase offered
by Archie Robertson and a dozen cab
inet photos by tho City Photo Cora-
Senior blcyclo race: First prize,
Henry K. Plemer, Scully cup, five-'
dollar pair of shoes and six months'
subscription to Tho Advertiser. Sec
ona prize, T. Ilimas, Hawaiian enam-
oioa cure buttons and pin, five-dollar
order on Sllva's Toggery and six
ilozen mixed soda. Third, Benjamin
H LI W
LOCAL NINE 10
The proposed visit of two of Hono
lulu's crack basebnll teams to other
islands in order to participate In
Fourth of July celebrations, appears
to have been nipped In tho bud.
Tho Stars were to have Journeyed to
Maul but the Valley Islanders have
withdrawn their Invitation on account.
of the fact that there are too many
ninllhinig among the team instead of
the good old kamaalna players whoso
ptesenco they covot.
As things stand at present that
good sportsman, Charles F. Chilling
worth, may stop Into the breach and
take to Maul a nlno with which tho
fastidious Islanders cannot fail (to bo
The Portuguese team were count
ing on making a visit to Kauai, but
this project has been declared off on
account of the Kaualans being un
able to seo their way clear to enter
tain the boys this year.
That an All-Honolulu nlno will visit
Hllo on tho Fourth under the man
agement of Henry Chllllngworth is
practically a certainty.
It was remarked in .a local paper
that "it is rather thought that tho
Hlloltes will como through all right
There Is no doubt at all about tho
Hllo peoplo "coming through." That
has already been attended to and sat
isfactory financial arrongements have
The team to go to Hilo will be a
strong one and will travel with the
championship soccer team of tho Mc
Kinley High School and tho two or
ganizations will do their best to bring
back to Honolulu two Inter-Island
Kradalac of Schofleld Barracks and
Williams, the "fighting conductor."
There will also, in all probability,
le a curtain-raiser between Kid Cab
in 1 and Young Layman.
toxer will appear at tho coming
show Is doubtful. Thn scrannv little
Nipponese expresses a desire to re-
turn to tne mainland ana it is not
c ,n 1CaD .ui
ionn in uio course or mo next two poker and other games.
weekF- The next morning we were off early
In response to challenges from ser- for Glen Falls, N. Y. It rained .so
vice men who want to box Yamogata hard, however, that our camo there
It may be said that no such match was called off. Wo stayed thoro till
will be made, even should the Jap- Juno 1 and finally tho weather per
anese remain in Hawaii, a match be- mltted a game to be played. The Glen
tween him and a soldier being unde- Fal's team Is a semi-pro nine and beat
slrablo for several reasonB. j us 2 to 1.
Georgo Ingle has received an offer That evening we took train for
to box an unknown not to weigh over Schenectady and stayed ovornlght
142 pounds, in Wailuku on the night tlle"0 In order to catch our train for
of July 3 and tho match will probably Buffalo.
b0 made, furthor particulars being Wo arrived at Buffalo at 1:20 p. m.,
looked for by the next steamer from
Achlu Hawaiian coat-of-arms
I fob, Hawaiian cuff buttons and
land Ave dollars' laundry at tho Young,
! Junior blcyclo race: First prize,
Allen O'Brien, Honry Walker cup,
mandolin and six dozen soda. Second
prize, Tin Fun Achlu, Jarrett cup,
Hawaiian enameled cuff buttons and
baseball glove. Third prize, Tokul-
chl HuJI, four-dollar fountain pen, au
toharp and five pounds of candy.
The Dlmond trophy, presented by
tho firm of that nimo for tlio annual
Halolwa Marathon, passes Into tho
permanent possession of that gamo
long-dlstnnco pedestrian WIlBon Foag
lnr who by his perfoninnco last
Tuesday qualified for ownership of
Tho conditions under which tho cud
was presontod. and which worn drawn
i p by Emll Berndt, Jack Donsham
and II. M. Ayros In 1909, tho first
year that tho race was ho!d, call for!
somo ono to finish within tho first
'six on throo occasions.
Nigel Jackson and Wilson Feagler
New Cricket Eleven
Likely to Put th
Last Saturday, for the first time In
thn Inrail history of tho Errand old
o of crlckotf fln ln8tltuUoD( to wlt
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cloven In the Hold, and not only this,
but soundly beat those doughty cham
l ions, the Honolulu Cricket Club.
At first it had been Intended to put
a purely school cloven against tho
second eleven of tho H. C. C, but so
much now talent having lately swoll
ed the ranks of iho local club It was
decided to give the boys' team three
good men and to play against thorn?
the best eleven available
The cricket club generously conced
ed tho boya Messrs. Withlngton,
Winkley and tho redoubtable Andor
r.on. through whose assistance tho
victory was In part won, although
tho boys showed up so strongly and
rlayed with such keenness that had
tho match taken place as originally
framed there is little doubt that tho
result would have been tho same.
Tho school boys who took part In
the match had only been able to got
one week's practice and It is noto
worthy that they all scored runs.
It Is to be hoped that the. good old
British gam0 hero will receive nn Im-
(Special Correspondence of Tho Star.)
uuit''Al,0, Juno 2. W., lett New
ork City off the mornini; of May 20
and arrived at Syracuso at 3: JO n. in
We played against tho Umvcn-iiy of
Sy recuse and lost by a bco. of IS ti
5. It was a tkatlng .udtsb rather than
Tho Mi'd.um at Syra.iu-. la one of
the largest in the country but tho
grounds aro far from being In perfect
Bharx?. Thn flnlil
j We were 'in Syracuse only about 15
' h... ..
,..vuio um. uuiiub mat time wo were
Bllests of the Chinese students at tho
university and wo spent a very pleas
ant ana prontablo evening playing
nnd Played tho Simon Pures, a semi
i pro team, tho same afternoon, laslng
to tho sad' tuno of 4 to 1.
Boys Off Their Game.
The boys arc not hitting as hard as
when wo started out In the west. Our
both nnd two leG8 on tho cup prior to
thls 'oar's raco Jackson having ocor-
ed a nrst nml socond and Foagler
In Tuesday's contest Jackson fail
ed to finish while Feaclor
The trophy whllo not of any great
ialrinslc worth possesses an immense'
sentimental valuo for It Is doubtful if
fireo longer or moro gruelling races
than wero necessary for Its possession
havo over been contested anywhere.
While sympathizing with Nigel
Jackson, of whoso gnmcness tho pub
lic Is well aware, tho Star hoartily
congratulates Mr. Foagler on his
praiseworthy performances In tho
throo rr.ee? and suggests that the
trophy bo presented to him as soon
as possible with appropriate ceromon
A good walker could havo mado
tho d'stanco on Tuesday In not much
worB0 t,mo thnn u took tho runners
to nBtIato it.
Anton Kaoo should now arrange a
mntch race with John Hau over tho
port On its Feet
petus from its taking up by the boys
of the Kaimukl school.
In an Informal talk yesterday L.
G. Blackman, tho principal of the
school, said that the reason that the
boys aro going in for cricket is part
ly because there happen to be two or
thrco playors among the masters of
tho school whloh enables members of
the staff and the boys to take part
in the game together and by thus
rubbing shoulders to got to under
stand one another hotter than by tho
n edlum of school lessons.
Another reason is that boys tiro
of the long baseball and football sea
sons and that It is an excellent thing
to havo another game with which to
supplement the two sports mention
The Star congratulates Mr. Black-
man, who was mainly responsible for
the Introduction and popularizing of
?88oclatlon football In Hawaii, and
who trained tho first boys' team
which played soccer here, on being
tho first man to place a boys' eleven
!n the local cricket field and wishes
him, tho Honolulu School for Boys
and every member of the newly form
ed team all posslblo success.
Fear of Kahuna
batting eyes do not seem to bo just
right at present but I don't doubt
that we8b.aU recover our w'nnlng
form before long.
we are under a new advance man
v n I xi. rt . w ...
uaiui-u i-Mai oirong. no booKod our
last two games and will net as our
advance man hereafter.
Tomorrow the boys will visit
P. S. Tho boys of tho All-Chinese
nine, playing baseball In beastly
weather for tho promotion of Hawaii,
havo seriously considered tho matter
and have come to the conclusion that
tho people at homo are putting the
kahunas against us.
It has rained nearly every game wo
havo played and' If thero was a tight
finish we always seem to lose by an
What wo want to know I,s If the
Honolulu peoplo aro wishing us suc
cess. Judging from the luck we are
having it certainly don't look like it.
Wo would like to feel nssured on
this point at once nnd would ask, If
there Is any kahuna business going
on by somo of the Honolulu teams who
aro Jealous of us, that tho attention
of the police bo called to tho matter
and the proper steps taken to suppress
Hoping to bo able to regale you with
bettor now.s. next time,
Your nffectlonato correspondent,
KONOHI FAT CHOY.
Play In the Beretanla Tennis Club's
Invitation tournament which starts to
day will bo as follows:
-1:30 o'clock R. Sinclair of tho
Beretanla Club, Class A, plays E. C.
Schenkel of tho Colonial Club, Class
4:00 Lieutenant Pratt of Fort Ru
gor, Class B, plays T. P. W. Gray of
tho Beretanla Club, Class C.
5:00 K. B. Barnes of tho Borota-i
nla Club, Class B, will play C. T. Lit
tlojohn of tho Donna, Class B.
4:30 T. Richards of tho Beretanla
Club, Class B, will play G. Irwlno of
tho Manoa Club, Class B.
4:00 C. W. HoogB of tho Berotanla
Club,. Class B, will play N. H. Courte
nay of tho Colonial Club, Class C.
5:00 R. 11. Booth of tho Borotanla
Club, Class B, will play W. F. Hornor
of tho Neighborhood Club, Class C.
6:00 J. T. Guard of tho Borotanla
(Contlnuod on Pago Sovon)
Two mora passengers for round-tho-
lsland tour. Auto Livery. Pbona
Royal Hawaiian Garage, nost ap-
to-dato in town. Experienced chauf
feurs. Telephono 1010.
Trips around Island 4.7C a person.
Special rote. City Auto Stand, Phone
3664 or 1179.
New six-cylinder Packard for rent
B. U. Wbod. Young Auto Stand.
Honolulu Auto Stand. Phone 2999.
Best rest cars. Reasonable rates.
DRY AND FANCY GOODS.
Yat Loy Co. Fancy drygoods and
men's furnUhlng goods. 12-16 King
street noar Nuuauu.
Sang Yuen Kce & Co. Tinwlre.
crockery, fancy china ware. Tin and
plumbing shop. Specialty repair work.
1014 Nuuanu Street
PLUMBER AND TIN8MITH
Lin Sing Kee. Plumber and Tin
smith. Specialty repair work. 1044
Nuuanu Street. Phono 2990.
Mrs. Cannon, dressmaker. Evening
pownB a specialty. 9 Beretanla St.,
Miss Nellie Johnson, dressmaker.
Dressmaking of every description
S. Harada, clothes cleaned, dyed
and pressed, short notice. All cut
flowers for sale. Phone 3029. Fort
and Pauahi streets.
Hawaiian Jewelry and
Fort and Hotel streets.
DEVELOPING AND PRINTING.
City Photo Co., formorlr K. W
Henry, film developing nnd printing at
Bpeclal rates. 67 Hotel street
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"Auto," Star office.
Into ligent white girl to work in the
finishing department, Bonlno Photo
.studio. Oregon block. Union and
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writing to this office under A. B. C.
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Furnished rooms, mosquito proof,
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Nicely furnished rooms. All modem
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WHERE TO EAT.
Home Cooking and a Clean Place
to Eat Central Cafo. Opp. Fire Sta
"The Sweet Shop" furnishes supe
rior food at popular prices.
R00M8 AND BOARD.
The Bougalnvlllea. Rooms and
Board select. Mrs. Rodanet, Beretanla
The Argonaut Room with or with
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1308. 627 Beretanla avenue.
The Alcove, 1345 Emma Street
Cottages and rooms with board by
week or month. Phono 1007.
A family Hotel In tho best realdenea
section of Honolulu. Rooms and Board
reasonable. Phono 1332. 1049-50 Bora
tanla avenue. Shady Nook.
Apartment hotel. Rates $40 and
up. Beretanla street.
THE IN VATE R8.
The best blend of tho finest Havana,
tobacco. Mild and sweet Fltxpatriclt
Diamonds and Jewelry nought, aold
and exchanged. Bargains In musical
Instruments. J. Carlo, Fort street
Cocoanut plants for sale. Bimota
variety. Apply A. D. Hills, Llhue
House and lot corner Kaimukl and
Seventh Avenue. Newly built axed,
lent marine view. 1200.00 cash, bal
ance on monthly installments of 130.
A snap. Apply H. Rosenberg. .
Bertstrom Music Co. Music and
musical instruments. 1020-1021 For
H. Afong Co. First class men's fur
nishings. Hotel and Bethel Streets.
DR. A. J. DERBY.
Boston Building. Hours 9 until 4.
Bargains in Real Estate, on sea.
shore, plains and hills. Tolephna
1682. "Pratt" 101 Stangenwild Build
Sweets Faultless Candles.
month fresh from coast
Drug Co., Fart Street
LACE8 AND FANCY WORK.
Salvo's lact store. IrUh. Clunay
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European fancy goods. Fort. St near
The Pioneer, earner Beretanla and
Fort Sts. Phono 3125. Clothes cleanM,
pressed nnd dyed. Work called for
Hawaiian Drug Company, Ltd., 41
Hotel street Phono 31-10. Barber
supplies, toilet articles, photographlo
supplies, etc. 1'houo orders rocelva
Honolulu Vulcanising Works on AU
kea street Is now prepared to make
repair to any size tiro for any vehicle.
Prices reasonable and quick delivery,
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