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TODAY: Football at Baseball
Park. P. A. C vs. D. H
2;30p. m.: Y. M. C. A. v.
M. L C, 3:30.
SUNDAY: Golf at Halclwa for
Halclwa Oolf Cup.
Dascball at Kaplolanl Park.
All Portuguese vs. 10th In-
SATUKDAY, FED. 3: Uoxlni? at
Opera House. Hullml vs. Bui-
llan for Lightweight Cham-
On the 3d day of next month tlio
people of Honolulu will bare a chanco
to alio up Hulhul's ability as a glovo
artist. Many here claim that tlio local
lad Is a wonder and has a cbanco with
Hie best. It la truu that the nativo
has some class. This he demon
strated In his fight with Tim Murphy,
who ho almost put out In tho third
rounu oi mcir mcmoraDio uouie ai
tho Orphcum. Had Ulll a little moro
experience nt this time ho certainly
would have trimmed tho Australian.
Murphy was tho first good man that
Uulhul had ever met and It must be
admitted that Murphy was not In tho
local man's class. It was a case of a
light against a middleweight. I Inlhnl
lost no friends, however, through his
snowing in mis ngnu
If Hulhul can beat Dick Sullivan on
tho 3d ho will bo In line to box tho
best. Sullivan Is well thought of In
San Francisco and has Just as good
a record and reputation In his class as
Davo Darry, Sullivan Is known as an
flffcrMRlviv rlnvftr nml tinrrl.tittffcitr linv
in 'i-tisco. no nas been brought up In
fhn linmn nf Imvlnc nml If llnlhul gnn
beat blm, thon wo must all tako our
hats off to tho nativo and look for " ""BC " " nomnern pan
Homo bigger gamo for 1)111 to down. of the United Stntcs. Somo gates
Thoso who have watched Sullivan ""' amounted to $0.75.
at his training quarters speak well of. M H
him and aro pleased with his condl- Betting Is legal In Tennessee,
tlon. Thoso who know tho gamo say a a
that ho will deliver tho goods. Sulll- In Cuba when a ball player Is ruled
van claims that he Is always In trim off the field by tho umpire he Is taken
and could enter tho ring at a mlu before a Magistrate and fined,
uto's notice. a a a
Hulhul Is working steadily under Third Ilascman Dradlcy and Right
tho watchful eye of Jimmy Fox and Floldcr Elmer Flick of the Cleveland
ho Is Biiro to be In superb condition Dascball Club, have signed contracts
when tho gong calls the fighters to (or tbo season of 1906.
the center of tho arena. I a a a
The main preliminary between Sail-1 For tho Futurity of 1908 thcro had
or Morch and Walialanl promises to been rocehvd to i o'clock yesterday
be almost as Interesting as the main 775 entries, says the Philadelphia
event; In fact, somo think that Morch I Telegraph. This, while it is a good
Is as good as Hulhut or Sullivan. In list, Is not up to expectation, though
the event that Morch beats tho nativo there will undoubtedly be many add!
boxer ho will probably bo given a tlons before nil the malls are In, from
match with the winner of tho Sullivan- distant points.
Hulhul fight. I a a
These bouts aro attracting wide at. w. n. Ttnnrh nf wiiminnnn ni.
ivmiim uu u (,uuu"aum uunu ib
iuokcu ior m ine uperu iiousu uu inu
night of tho contest,
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As soon as Paul Isenberg, tho Pres
ident of tho Rascball League, returns
from tbo Coast, there will bo a meet
ing of tho Lcaguo to dccldo such
questions as aro necessary to start
tho ecason of 1906.
Tho question of a new umplro will
como up. There aro many applicants
for tho Job, but It Is qulto likely that
Dert Dowers will bo prevailed upon to
assumo tho responsibility. Dowers Is
a very satisfactory official and the
public as well as the players would
loso a very valuable man If Dert
should rotlro from tbo duty of umpire.
Other' applicants for tho Job aro:
White, Hampton and Lemon.
A now scoxer as well as secretary
must bo obtained for tho coming sea
son and must bo attended to soon.
Tbe next gamo on tho tapis will bo
played between tho l'unabous and II.
A. C.'s on Washington's Dlrthdny.
Oosslp has It that Dill Hampton of last
season's Elk team will bo In tho box
for tho Reds. It will seem strange to
see Hampton wearing a uniform of his
old opponents, Dob White, I lamp's
Inst year's team mate, will probably
catch Eddie Desha on this day. This
will he White's initial appcaranco
with tho Puliation boys.
Tlicro Is talk of an Elk team agnm
entering tho League This Is good
nows 11 true, as tho Kilts nave uonn
much to promote and uphold an In-
terest In baseball hero.
a a a
Tomorrow will bo Golfers' Day at
the Halclwa Hotel and a large number
of players are expected to enter tho
match for tho Haleiwa Golf Cup. The
Playing will bo exceptionally keen, as
Q, II. Ilerrcy, A. Mahaulu and Frank
Armstrong each has his namo on tbo
valuable prize two times. A third
tlmo means that they retain the tro
phy for good and all.
Mobt all the bettor playerB of Oahu
will bo In tho match, including such
men as Angus, limn, ulffard, Andor
bun, Sinclair and Woods.
Eight of tho Manoa players will re
celvo freo passage and meal tickets
at tho expense of tho hotel. Theso aro
tho players who won a place al Ma
nna on last Sunday: Sinclair, High,
Angus, Dalrd, White, Walker, Arm
strong and Hutchlns.
Tho Halolwa lluksaro In good con
dition and If tho weather is favorable
thcro should bo a record smashed.
DAN RENEAR AGAIN
Dan Itcncar has not only become
well known as a swimmer In the East
crn part of the United States but Is
now before the sporting public as an
athlete who Is apt to gain famo In the
rowing line. A Philadelphia paper
claims that Itenear is an aspirant for
the famous Vesper crew, which Ik
composed of the finest oarsmen in
America. Hcncar's ability with the
oar has been noticed by the cracks
and nothing but the beat Is claimed
for him. Experts claim that with a
little coaching and training Itcncar
will make the crow and take the trip
i to England to compete on the Henley
for the world's championship events.
Ilcncar Is certainly making a "rep"
(or himself In the East and Is doing
much toward advertising Honolulu as
nil of the papers speak of blm as com
ing from the Islands.
Arthur Duffcy, through his attor
ney, C. P. HogcrB, has scru-d notice
on Secretary James E. Sullivan of the
Amateur Athletic Union, that unless
tho latter reinstates Duffer's rirnnla
in the Athletic Almanac for 1906, as
nn amateur athlete, suit will bo begun
to compel him to do so. Duffy JtiKtl
Acs his action by stating that the A.
A. U. has Ignored Its own rules In
striking his records from the books
The A. A. u. rules specify that that
body may at Its discretion ncccpt or
reject any records that It sees fit.
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BREFZY SPORTING NOTES
Oco. Leonhardt defeated Eddie Darr
In n wrestling match at Knoxvlllo.
7ho nJll'-J'c,on Pictures did not do
recently broke tho world's bowj -
1 ... ... . .
Ing record by making a scoro of 859
In threo consecutive games. This
score was mado In a match.
a a a
Jack O'Drlen was met In Philadel
phia by two brass bands ou bis re
turn from 'Frisco after beating Fltz.
a a a
An association has been formed by
English turfmen under tho tltlo of tho
Raco Horse Owners' Association, Lim
ited, with the Earl of Carnarvon, Lord
Marcus Reresford, Lord Hamilton of
Dalzell, Lord Wcstbury, Sir II. E
Ttnnrlnll W nm. Invnn, nf flnnlrnl
V. M. O. Songcr and others as mcm-
bers. Nearly one huudred names
navo ucf,n enrolled
I J6"8"1"?, protect
Tbe object Is to
Some of tho turfmen allego that tho
charges connected with carrying on
racing In that country should bo mod
a a a
Thirteen Ib an even break for Fltz.
He began his career by whipping
uempsoy in tnirteen rounds, and end'
ed It by going to pieces himself in tbo
thirteenth session with O'Drlen.
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When Dob Fltzslmraons first camo
to this country he stopped off In Den
ver. A stranger walked ud to him
and Introduced himself as Mr. Hunt
ington, son of tho owner of tho South
ern Pacific Railroad. Of course Fltz
was delighted, because ha had heard
all ubount Huntington's father In Cal
ifornia. They took the usual walk,
and fell In one of the "hunk Joints"
with which Denver abounded at that
time. The usual gamo of cards was
plajcd and suddenly "Mr. Huntington"
tound himself short of ready money
and, of course, Fltz cashed his check
(or several thousand dollars. When
this was gono they left for tho depot
to take a rldo on "Mr. Huntington's
private car." Then suddenly Mr.
Huntington excused himself and Fltz
for three hours searched tho depot for
"Mr. Huntington's car."
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Tho following are among tho many
suggestions made fur changes In tho
Ten-yard gains In threo downs.
Eight-yard gain in threo downs.
Ten-yard gain In four downs.
Increased penalties for roughness.
Disqualification for Intentional foul
ing. Forward passes back of tho line.
Limitation of total time taken out
shortening of tho playing time to
Director Ocorgo Huff, of tho Univer
sity of Illinois, says that the playing
ucid should bo made softer, and sug
gests that tho surface bo covered ci
ther with tan-bark or straw mixed
with sand and rolled hard.
Penalty of twenty-five yards for
No substitute for disqualified player
until ten minutes has elapsed.
Distinction between "roughness'
Plaers guilty of brutality to remain
out of the gamo for tho rest of tho
Distance penalty for tlmo taken out
Man downed when feet leave the
No substitute for disqualified play
er. No tackling below tho kncci.
Prohibition of hurdling.
More specific definition of holding,
Standing staff of officials for all
Two umpires and a referee.
Seven men In line of scrimmage by
Five men In lino of scrimmage by
team on defence, others to bo at least
'flvn vnnlft linrk.
Not moro than six players on tho
lino of scrimmage: of others, threo to
bo five yards back.
Two sets of rules, ono for colleges.
tho other for preparatory schools,
Every member of attacking team to
bo on side when tho ban is iuckcu.
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NPTICE OF FORECLOSURE OF
In accordanco with the provisions of
a certain mortgage made by Kekulo
lono (w). widow, and Nairn Hakuole
(w) and Hakullo (k). mortgagors, of
the City of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
Hawaiian Islands to Klpahulu Sugar
Company, a corporation organized, ere
cting and existing under and by vir
tue of the laws of Hawaii, mortgagee,
dated tho 7th day of November, A. D.
1899, and recorded In the Hawaiian
Registry of Conveyances In Liber 199,
Folios 291-292-293-291 notice Is here
by given that tho said mortgagco In
tends to foreclose tho same for condi
tions broken, to wit. the non-payment
of principal and Interest.
Notice Is Ilkewlso glon that after
tho expiration of three consecutive
weeks from tbo date of publication of
this notlco tbo said mortgagee nanui
In said mortgage Intends to and will
foreclose tho same and ulll advertise
for sale tho property covered and con
veyed therein, and will sell the same
;t public auction at the Auction Rooms
of James V. Morgan In tho City of Ho.
iiolulu Territory of Hawaii, on Mon
day, tho 19th day of February, A. D
1906, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The following Is tho description of said
All of thoso certain lands and prem
ises sltuato on the Island of Maul, one
of tho Hawaiian Islands, described as
First. Ahuouaa of Maullll. In said
Klpahulu, conveyed by Royal Patent
3597, Land Commissioners' Award
6230, to Kuaklnl, set oft to said Ke
kulolono by deed of partition dated
January 18th, 1879, and recorded In
tho Registry Office. Oahu. In Liber 62
on pago i6i.
iiccond. The prcm scs In said Kl
panulu covered by Royal Patent
turunt) 1528 to Isaac Harbottlc. con
veyed to said Kekulolono by said deed;
Third. Tho premises In said Mau
llll covered by Land Commissioners'
Award 967 to Kalawa, conveyed to said
Kexuioiono by said deed:
Fourth. Tho remaining portion of
tho premises In Kaupo, Maul, covered
by Royal Patent 1926 to Isaac Harbot
tlc, containing 20.80 acres convevrd
to said Nairn Hakuolo by said 'deed of
Fifth. Tho premises In noyal Pat
ent (Grant) 2365 to Kekulolono at Alo
clkl, Klpahulu, Maul, containing an
area of 19.57 acres; and
8lxth. Tho premises In said Kaupo
covered by Royal Patent (Grant) 1637
to 1. Harbottlc, containing an area of
70 acres, and ronvcyed to said Naha
Hakuole by said deed.
" Further particulars can be had of
Kinney, McClanahan & Cooper, attor
neys for tho Klpahulu Sugar Com
pany, mortgagee, nt their offlco In tho
Judd Building, Honolulu, Territory of
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., January
20th, A. D. 1906.
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