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Tim HAWAIIAN STAtt, jAlggAY. JINK 39. 1912.
We take great pleasure in announcing our Grand Opening of New Merchandise for
all departments Monday. The Ventura brought us the balance of our purchases.
We are proud of our grand display and the ladies will be pleased we are sure. A
hearty invitation is extended to everybody whether purchasing or simply looking.
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RING RECORDS OF JOHNSON AND-FLYNN
Condy, 2 rounds. Won Fred Davls.ll Mont .lack Sullivan, no decision,
In answer to numerous enaulrles Philadelphia, C rounds, July 13 Mor
the ring records ot Jim Flynn and ria Harris, knockout, Philadelphia, 1
Jack Johnson are as follows: round. July 13 Black Bill, no deci
sion, Philadelphia, 3 rounds. July 18
Born March 31, 1878, Galveston, -Sandy Ferguson, won-foul, Chelsea,
Tex. Height, C ft. 1-4 in. Weight, - rounds. July -joe urnn, no ue
m-. rninv. hlnck. clslo. Philadelphia, 6 rounds. Nov
19(11 : Knockout-Horace Miles, 3 25-Joe Jeannotte, lost-four, Philadel-
rounds. Won John Lee, in rounas.
6 rounds. Pat Malloy, C rounds. Fred
France, G rounds. Kid Dawson, 3
1902: Knockout Jack Lavell, 2
rounds. Gtjorge Condie, 2 rounds. Joe
Traey, 15 rounds. Barney Passow, 12
rounds. Ed Burns, 11 rounds. Jack
Graham, 7 rounds. Won Willanl
Bean, 20 rounds. Won-foul Jack Gra
ham, 5 rounds. Draw Joe Cotton, 20
rounds. Dummy Rowan, 20 rounds
1903: Knockout Wm. .Malloy, 20
rounds. Kid Rowley, 2 rounds. Austin
Yale, 7 rounds. Eddie Kelly, 20
rounds. Lost Jack Root, 8 rounds.
Draw Tom Kinsley, 15 rounds. Tom
Kinsley, 20 rounds.
l.os Angeles, 10 rounds. July 14
Billy Papke, no decision, Los Ange
les, 10 rounds. July 30 Phil. Jaclc
O'Brien, no decision, Denver, fi rounds.
Sept. 22 Hill Pettus, won, Pueblo, 10
the Fort Shatter
Held meet yester-
:: p. m Ueretanlas vs. Kauluwela
rounds. Oct. 30 Jack Burns, no de- 4:30 p. m. Palama vs. Kakanko, sen
cision, Los Angeles, 10 rounds. Zec. . 'ora
31 -Joe Willis, knockout, Los Angeles.l The above games wi'.l be played on
Id rounds. Feb. S Sam Langford,. no, tho 1ovs' pieId diamond this attcr
decision, Los Angeles, 10 rounds. Mar. noou.
17. Sam Langford, knocked out by, 0
i nu a,,...1o s miiiifU Eddio Madison will referee the pro-
..... , ' llmlnarles this afternoon.
1911. Jan. 2 Tony Capaui, won,
Los Angeles, 9 rounds. Mar. 28 AI
Mindino, knockout, Muskogee, 4
Young Lyman and Kid Cnbrul have
utnn l.nrtlrnrl f.n n ulv.rnil nr. nremnm.
rounds. May 5 Al Knuffman, knock-
out, Kansas City, 10 rounds. Sept. 15 ,n'Xon ' l,eust "
plila, 2 rounds. Dec. 1 Yg. Peter'
Knockout Tom Klssile, 3 Carl Morris, won, New York, 10
Ed. McCoy, 3 rounds. Tim rounds. Nov. 20 Charley Schmidt,
Charley Brooks, 2 rounds. Jack Mc- JacKson, uiaw, naiumoic, i- louim.. Hm.(..( (i rou,,tlB. kj. Cooley, 8 draw, .Fori Worth. rounds
rnrmiPlt. 7 rounds. Jack McCormlck, 2-Joe Jeannette, no decision,' . , (. ,B Wo
7 rounds. Draw-Klondyke, 20 rounds. I'hUadelphla. C rounds,
Knocked out by Joe Choynskl, Gal-. 100G: Mar. 14 Joe Jeannette, won,
vestou, Texas, February 25, 3 rounds. Baltimore, 15 rounds. Apr. 2G Sam
Lnngford, won. Chelsea, 15 rounds.
rounds. Ed Johnson, 4 rounds. Joo IS-Charley Haghe. knockout, rounds. Tommy Riley, 20 rounds. Geo.
ifn.iv. 4 rounds. Joe Kennedy. 4 ; uioucesier. i rounu. aepi. .s-umy , Gardiner, 10 rounds
Cyclone Kelly, 20 rounds. Won
foul Tim Hurley, 7 rounds. Draw
Andy Walsh, 20 rounds. Harry Pep
pers, I round. Morgan Williams, 20
rounds. Jack Jeffries, 5 rounds. Klon
dyke, 13 rounds. Won Boh White,
15 rounds. Jim Scanlan, 17 lounds.
Pete Everett, 20 rounds. Frank
Chllds, 12 rounds. Geo. Gardiner, 20
rounds. Fred Russell, G rounds. Draw
Frank Childs, G rounds. Hank Grif
fon, 15 rounds. Hank Griffon, 20
rounds. Billy Stift, 10 rounds.
1903: Feb. 5 Denver E. Martin,
won, Los Angeles, 20 rounds. Feb.
27 Sam McVey, won, Los Angeles, 20
rounds. Apr. 1G Sandy Ferguson, won,
Boston, 10 rounds. May 11 Joe But'
ler, knockout, Philadelphia. 3 rounds,
1903: July 31 Sandy Ferguson, no
decision, Philadelphia, C rounds. Oct.
27 Sam McVey, won, Los Angeles, 20
Dunning, draw, Milllnocket. 10 rounds.
Sept. 20 Joo Jeannette, no. decision,
Philadelphia, G rounds. Nov. 8 Jim
Jeffords, no decision, Philadelphia, G
rounds. Nov. 2G Joo Jeaunette,
draw, Portland, 10 rounds.
1907: Feb. 19 Peter Felix," knock
out, Sidney, Aus., I round. Mar. 4
J. Lang, knockout, Melbourne, 9
rounds. July 17 Bob Fltzslmmons,
won, Philadelphia, 2 rounds. Aug, 28
Charley Cutler, knockout, Readlus,
1 round. Sept. 12 Sailor Burke, no
tloclslon, Bridgeport, G rounds. Nov.
2 Jim Flynn, knockout, Coltna, 11
1908: July 31 Ben Taylor, knock-
1905: Knockout Morgan Williams
4 rounds. Dummy Rowan, 4 rounds.
Jimmy Rowan, G rounds. Andy Mal
low, 2 rounds. Draw Tom Riley, 10
190G: Knocked out by Tommy
Burns, 15 rounds. Draw Jack (Twin)
Sullivan, 20 rounds.
1907: Jan. 4 J. (Twin) Sullivan,
won, Los Angeles, 20 rounds. Feb,
12 J. (Twin) Sullivan, draw, Los An
geles, 20 rounds. Apr. 17-Geo. Gar
diner, knockout, San Diego, 18 rounds
July 18 Dave Barry, knockout, Pitch
lo, 7 rounds. Sept. 11 Tony Ross,
won-foul, Pueblo, 18 rounds. Nov
.lack Johnson, knocked out by, San
Francisco. llTounds. Dec. 20 Bill
out, England, S rounds. Dec. 26
rounds. Dec. 11 Sandy Ferguson, won, Tommy Burns, won, Australia, 1! Squires, knockout. Bakcrslleld, C,
finlmn. 20 rounds. rounds. . rounds.
1004- Feb 15 Black BUI. no dec!-', 1909. May 19 Jack O'Brien, no 1908: Feb. 11 J. (Twin) Sullivan
( PhUnrinlnlila. G rounds. Anr. 22 decision, Philadelphia, G rounds. Juno.no doolslou, Los Angeles, 10 rounds
22 Sam MeVey, knockout, San Fran-, 30 Tony Ross, no decision, Pitts
rlsro 20 rounds. June 2 Frank, burg, G rounds. Sept. 9 Al. Kauf-
Chllds, won, Chicago, 6 rounds. Oct., man, no decision, San Francisco, 10 tling Johnson, won. Los Angeles. 10
1R F.I Martin, knockout. Los Angeles rounds. Oct. 1G Stanley Ketchel,' rounds. July S Jim iiairj, ur.nv
. ......nds 'iknockout. Colma. 12 rounds. j Denver. 10 roundB. Aug. 25 Al Kauf-
inor.- Mar 28 Marvin Hart, lost.) 1910: July 4 Jim Jeffries, knock-, man, knocked out by. Los Angeles. 9
San Francisco, 0 rounds. April 25 .out. Reno, Nev., 15 rounds.
Jim Jeffords, knockout. Philadelphia' Jim Flynn.
4 rounds. May 2 Black Bill, won, Born Dec. 24. 1879. Brooklyn. N. ,24 Battling Johnson, no decision, Los
Philadelphia 4 rounds. May 9 Joe Y. Height, 5 ft. 9 1-2 In. Heavy- Angeles. 10 rounds. Dec. 21 Sam
Joannetle. no decision, Philadelphia,' weight. Italian-American. Color, Langford. knocked out by. San I ran
a rounds. May 9 Walter Johnson,' white. Cisco, 1 round
knockout, Philadelphia, 3 louuds.1 1901: Knockout Chambers, 1009: , Mar. 10 Hilly Papke. no da
June 2G--.Tack Munroe. no decision, rounds. Ed Seaman, 4 rounds. Ray ' clslon, Los Angolos, 10 rounds. June
Apr. 21 Ilattllng Johnson, won, Los
Anceies. 10 rounds. Mar. 24 Bat-
rounds. Nov. G Jim Barry, no Heel
einn. Los Angeles. 10 rounds. Not
This warm, still weather has started
the llsli biting along tho reef and
some good vntehes have been record
NO WHITE WINGS
(Continued from page three.)
..--Al I the way down tho coast the
boats kept the same relative positions,
hut tho distance between them was
increasing. Tho boats ull held the
same course almost to San Juan,
where each In turn came about onto
the off-shore tack. Just before com-
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111 UUUilL llllf OU.Il.lIUl HUB lUUUlllft Q
Hie Lurllno by a Ilttlo over two miles, q
iWhlle (lie Lurllue was a mllo ahead of q
the Hawaii. 'o
June 29. H. C. ('. vs. S. S. O
Indian Monarch, Maklkl.
July G. Scotch vs. Colonials. O
Ju'y 3. Hawaiian Gun Club
weekly ihoot, Kakaako traps.
July 4. Meeting at Kapiolani
July 4. Maul meeting.
July 3-4. Hilo meeting.
July IS. Scholicld Barracks'
The Allowances. jo
j The ratings and allowance of tho o bouts.
several boats, according to the seheii- o Juno 29. Johnny McCarthy
ule given by (ho Regatta Commltteo o vs. Jack Cordell, 15 rounds,
of tho South Coast Yacht Club, Is as O Athletic park, 3:30 p. m.
ifollows: O Baseball,
I Entry Rutlng Allowance "O Juno 30 P. A. C. vs. Asahls;
Seafarer (78ft. Sin.) Scratch O Stars vs. Hawails; Whites vs.
Lurllno (78t. 4lu.) 7m. 40s. O 0. A. U.; Asahls vs. Athletics.
Hawaii (Gift. lO'jIn.). .8h. 23m. 45s. O
Nattose (57ft. 4 'jln.) . .10h. 38m. 45s. O
"Juno 29. Healanl Yacht and
O Boat Club.
O Regatta Day.
' o September 28.
,0 Juy 15. Y. M. C. A. tourua-
O munt opens.
Kupa, the Hawaiian heavyweight. Is o Polo.
In town and wants to get on with o July 20. Interlslnud tournu-
someone his size. n ment onons.'Oahu n. Maul.
o o July 24. Maul vs. Fifth Cav-
Look out for Transpacific white o airy.
wings In the offing tomorrow morning. O July 27. Oahu vs. Fifth Cav-
o o airy.
Company K, Second Infantry, won OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
AT HAWAIIAN MAN
Hllo Tribune, Juno 25. There was
a shooting scrap down at South Komi
last week, and a Hawaiian is now
lying in the hospital as a result of
the gun play. The wounded man will
ccover, it is said, but the bullet tore
hole through his thigh in a very
It appears that tho Chinese and the
Hawaiian were courting a young, good
looking Hawaiian girl. The two men
were extremely jealous of one auoth-
r and, after some mouths ot hrtYd
feeling, tho crsis came last Tuesday.
From information received, it seems
that tho Hawaiian went about his
courting in his usual fashion and Ig
t'Ored the Chinese. The latter got
mad about the whole proposition and,
finding tho Hawaiian to be a visitor
to tho girl, became engaged in a
fierce dispute with him. A rough ami
tumble then took pdaco, and tho Chi
nese Is said to have got tho worst
of the deal.
Tho Chinese Is alleged to have re.
turned to his room and obtained a re
voiver. Then ho sailed out upon the
trail of tho Hawaiian. Tho two men
met nt the rear of a store and. with
out any further talk, the Chlirese is
alleged to have pulled his gun and
fired at his rival.
There were a few people around the
place, and one of them ran to find a
police olllcer. That oflicial was found
near another storo and he quickly
made for tho scone of the shootln
scrap. Tho Chinese had thrown away
the gun, and had returned to his rooiir
nearby. He was arrested without
trouble, and Is now awniting trial on
a charge of attempt to kill.
Tho Hawaiian Is doing well at tho
hospital and, as soon as It Is safe to
bring him to court, tho case will conn
NA R ROW ES C A P eT
Kohala Midget, June 2(1: H. C
Davleb mot with an accident ou Sun
day which ordinarily would have prov
en fatal but evidently luck was with
him. While ou his way to Mahukon
in an auto tho driver because of his
Inexperience, made one of the curves
too .suddenly when going at tho ret
of about thlrty-llvo ml I us per hour,
with th result that tho car turned
completely over and landed on Its
wheels again. ,Mr. Davlos was thrown
about 'stoen foot but reports have it
that the driver stala' at the whool
through It all. Tho upper works of
the car wore .smanhod and one wheol
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