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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T 11 , MONDAY, MA11CH C. 1906.
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Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
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Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
IS MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8TREET.
Tin in v,
NELSON A SURPRISE
All sorts of scraping was necn nt tho
Opera House Saturday night and wi.llo."0',, J nm.
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inu in nit; iiKiiin wviu puur wie uiuer
was perhaps the best cer seen In a
local ring, McFndclen nnd Nelson put
up a fight that wns all that could be tie-
sired, This was n real fight between
two lads that were equally matched
nnd ach of tho ten rounds was full of
nctlon. Sulllan again recoUcd tho
verdict ocr Dill Hulhul In the second Mia eighth to overcome Nelson's lead
round on n foul Sullhan showed to nnd this round helped Jack, as be out
good advantage and led the natlo by boxed ls man. They mixed merrily,
a bleck. It may have been that Hulhul each getting homo some telling blows.
wn unfamiliar wllh the rules, or tor- Vulson still worked his right to tho
hop It was easier to bo disqualified body and McFadden used a left swing
than reecho a beating. Kahaulcllo (or I ho head.
and a tailor by the nnmc of Abo Nelson Hound 9. McFadden again had a
furnished a three act comedy much to shade In this round. Nelson caught
tho amusement of the spectators. Tho him a stilt right In the body and Mc-
olr wan full of mitts In this fight. Both Fndin countered with a left to tho
men looked like a pair of windmills In head. McFadden was clever nnd block'
a heavy breeze. In the third round, ed or ducked most of Nelson's at
Sailor Nolion ran amuck of one of tho tempts.
na-lve's swings and went down over) Hound 10. McFadden swung hard
tho lower rope, whero be slept until his with his right for Nelson's Jaw. Tho
fcconds dragged him to his corner. blow reached the spot, but was not
M'FADDEN V8. NELSON. hard enough to do any damage. They
After a long delay Young Nelson on- both slipped nnd fell In a corner. Ncl
terd the ring followed by bis seconds son landed a pretty straight left to tho
and rccolvcd a rousing cheer from tho ,0dv. McFadden mixed and finished
galltry. McFadden followed shortly, Krone. Tho gong rnng and Metzncr
and they were Introduced. Both look- (brew up both of his hands, declnrlng
ed In good condition, McFadden appear u. contest n draw
ing A trine larger. After more Inter-1 SULLIVAN VS. HUIHUI.
mission "Smiling" Metzncr of San After half nn liimr Rtiillvnn nnd Hut
Francisco was chosen ns referee Those
prusum-nnoexpecieci iobcc Aicrauucn
mnko n runaway light wero disappoint-
id. for tho 'Frisco lad fought In nnd ,
out, nnd was often the ngcrcssor.
prison's work was the surprise Of
the evening, nnd ho earned for himself
a reputation as a fighter In this, his
third ring encounter, ho met a lad who
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,m" frnm a Kllll"R family and nla
u"i"" wns at ono time ns good n lit
ua n;na ns mere was in mo worm, .mc-
I Faddcn's ring experlenco nnd general-
ship Buvcd him from a knockout in cn,i r the ,0Und for bis wrestling tnc
this tight, and only his clever footwork (c,,
nnd fine points of boxing earned for I Ti.c men bad only been fighting n
him i a draw decision. It Is true that ho fow Bt.Conds hi tho second round when
anded as many blows ns his adversary niey cnmc Into a clinch. Hulhul pick
but they lacked steam, whllo Nelson m vi guIIUan p nnd deliberately threw
punches carried a snap that hurt. His i,in n h nnnr if ..,,( ,.. .winr.
right-hand body blows wero hard andje(1 puuan the winner. This was a
ho kept Mel adden s side red with con- Vopcr decision, and tho only thing to
linual puninlng. do urder such circumstances. Sullivan
Mttznor had a hard time getting tho'Kot ,!p nnd lra,iea over t0 Hulhul and
uji4tt-B uj'un. .uli uuiiLii (Jiuii'U mi phoOK II a till B
Ills weight on Nelson nnd caused Ncl-1 gunilan s' chslly- Hulhul's master In
on to push him around tho ring, the ring nnd even In straight rules Hut
Thoso tactics wore Nelson down nnd nill rt)ll not havo chnnce. Sullivan's
be v.ould hao done better
molded so much clinching.
Tho sixth round almost saw- McFad
ilon't finish. Nelson brought his right
over hard on McFadden's Jaw nnd tho
latter went down in n heap, ho took tho
count of ulna and got up groggy Hero
was Nelson's chance, but the best be
could do was to send tho 'Frisco lad to
his knees twice moro during the
round. Outside of this round tho fight
wan about nn cen break with Nelson
doing tho better fighting and McFad
den tho cleaner boxing.
Tho following Is n description of tho
fight by rounds Just ns It occurred:
Hound 1. Both Inds walked briskly
to tho center of tho ring. Nelson re
(used tn shake hands, evidently fearing
some trick. McFadden stepped In
,k, h ....i-m icft. voIllun
rumc r,Khl Lnck wlQ r)gnt nml !ft
tor the head. The crowd cheered bis
efforts. McFadden tried a doublo left
nnd right swing nnd scotcd. McFad
den sent in a hard left to tho head and
Nelson retaliated with a stiff left to
the body. McFadden smiled and
veerrcd confident. Honors ecn.
Bound 2. Nelson Is tho aggressor
and causes Jack to dance. McFadden
usod his left straight for tho face nnd
fcent back Nelson's head. Nelson tamo
ouck with his right aud left and trie I
to get McFadden tn mix Jack landed
a hard ncrhand right. Nelson missed
n hard right swing Nelson wub hav
ing a hard time locating the elusive
Ji.iU when tho gong bounded.
I'.nund 3 This wns McFndJen'H
lounil. He opened a cut over Nelson's
rlirhl nun w Ih n ut IfT Jt Tt inn f Inl
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I uptiuii'tiiy wiui ins leu uuu uneu iuh
Z weight to good aihantago In tho
clinches. Nelson's legs seemed weak
'and h" weir to his corner weary.
ltnund -t. Mcl'addeu over reaches
nlth a hard right swing, but scores
shortly with a straight left. Nelson 'Christians wero soda In Queer Street
looks fur a tlmnco with his right and nnd only ten minutes had olapsed bo
land hard on Jack's ribs, McFadden Ifnro thrte goals wero registered by the
uses some good rights to the body in green nnd gold contingent, Bailey
this round There Is ninth clinching their right winger nrcepting a pass
and Metzncr Is kept busy pulling tho from Simpson, converted In stylish
boyi apart. McFadden had a shudo the
bctt.r of it In this round.
IlLiind S. Nelson opened the round
with a hard right to McFadden s body
Ncl son Is very aggressive and full of
light. Nt'l&on lands another hard right
on McFadden's body without a return nways on the part of tho Christians
Tho smllo disappears fiom Jack's facowere nearly successful, several occur
upd things assume a serious turn. Nel- ato ranging tenters from Oss shaving
eon Is so Intent upon tho fight that ho tbe crossbar. Tho Y. M. C. A. renter
landed after the sound of the gong. 'and InBldo men wero weak In taking
llcund 6. Nelson landed a straight
left and then a hard right uppercut.
Kclfron drops McFadden with a hard
right to tho Jaw. McFadden gets to
his knees and takes the count of nine
McFadden rushed to a clinch and hung
on to fcavo himself, Metzncr lost IiIb
?inllo and had hard work breaking tho
tlghtors. Nelson itished McFadden In
to .i corner and sent him to bis knco3
s sutnnd time. McFadden stajed tho
lim't and when he got up ducked and
caught Nelson round the legs. Nelson
uruicod McFadden bard and forced
him against tho ropes. For the third
-,-.r. ffjaa. -n
I lira MrFadden went down, but by
clever stalling and ring generalship ho
I stayed nut tho round. This round was
all Nelson, and a decisive lead was
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strong nnd started to light. He landed
on Nelson's nose with a straight left
nnd durked some bard swings. Nelson
found McFnclden's sldo with Ills right,
McKodden used a left swing in this
round with good effect. Honors were
even In this round,
Hound 8. McFadden fought hard In
but appeared In the ring. Billy Kenno
0f gan Francisco wns chosen as rcr-
At the sound of' the gong Hulhul
rushed at Sullivan ns though tho light
.wai to lie but one round. Ilulhiil's
punches found noiblng but nlr. Sulll
Vftn ucgan his snmo old tactics of
footing out n long straight left nnd
a Haul right to tho bony, suinvan nan
uo troublo in landing.
, Hulhul's wild efforts brought cheers
from his nrtmlrers In the pIory. Tho
first round ended with Sulllnn In the
oa,. Hulhul wns cautioned at tho
blocking In the clinches Is what caus
ed tho native to foul, for when he
found that he could not use bis bands
he became enraged.
There was a good sized crowd on
hand to witness the show nnd nil weru
highly pleased with tho McFaddcn-NcI
NEW MANOA RECORD
Oeorge Angus succeeded In break
Ing the Manoa record of 37 for 9 holes
on Saturday. Angus mado tho round
In .10. This Is a very good score and
Is likely to stand for Bomo time. Angus
rqunlcd tbe course record of 79 for tho
Donald Boss, who played with An
gus. claimed that the latter played re
marknhlo golf. His round wns played
an follows- 4 4 4 5344 4 4 30.
The result of tho game between the
Malic s and Y M. C. A. decided that the
Mallcs were tho holders of tho cup foi
190C nnd tho champions havo Indeed a
record to bo pi owl of, viz,: llvo wins,
hrcc draws and only four goals scored
against them This spcakH well for
consimrncy In tho team and tho record
In due In n largo measure to tho splcu
did defensive tactics of the Mallu
backs, these two ptaers forming the
nucleus of a team In themselves,
Tho gamp on Saturday was rather
one tided owing tn Turner and Beard
more being unable, to turn out for the
Chrlttluns nnd the substitutes In their
places bilng of rather raw juaterlal.
Starting with only ten men until M
caulay subsequently appeared, tho
fashion, Gray adding a second soon nf
ter, which Bailey again sent the bail
hurtling between tho uprights. Easing
up and Indulging In fancy passing
j movements, tho Mallcs kept play con
fined to mldficld. Occasional break
advantage of Martin's and Osb'b time
ous crosses, and time and again they
should have Bllnncd tho ball past Bel
ser with ease, A little moro ginger Is
required In their attack when near the
goal mouth. Tho second period wns
characterized by mediocre play on tho
part of both teams. Towards the fin
)sh Gray and Simpson again Increased
Hio xcore for their side Agondunup
xhe field by the Christians tcrfhluated
In the ball being Bent past Bclser Into
the net. but tho whistle having prcv
lously blown for offside, the point was
Up to tho fln'sh thero was nothing
For couehs and colds.
" A friend la need Is n friend In
docd." Ayor's Cherry PoctornI Is Jutt
such a friend. Never bo without It.
It will provoa good friend when jou
have a frosh cold, bringing I turned I
ato relief. You will find It equally
true In old colds) bronchitis, whooping-cough,
If you will uso
for an Irritable, throat or weak lunps,
you will find It "tho best friend In
tho world." It acts ns a strong tonic,
clearing up tho throat, glviug tone
to tho relaxed tiinuos, and greatly
strengthening tho lungs.
Thero aro many substitutes and
Imitations. Ilewaro of them and of
so-called " Genulno Cherry Pectoral."
Be suro you get AYKR'S Cherry
Put up In largo and small bottles.
to tho game, tho Christians losing
heart and evidently missing their usu
al defence. The custodian's Inexperi
ence was principally tho downfall of
Hie team, as a moro cnpabla man could
havo saved three of tho coals that
wero registered against them.
A poor game ended in tho Mallos fa
nr by fhe goals to nothing.
DU. HEADSj PUNAHOUS
These teams met on Saturday, each
confident of Its ability to defeat the
other, and some excitement was nntur
nlly Imparted itno tho gamo when It
was started to sco who would ho sue
ressful In carrying off the points. Dla
mond Heads eventually prou-d the!;
superiority ovor their opponents nnd
retired lctors by thrco goals to two
fullv deserved on their play.
The game was characterised by fast
play from start to finish, tho Heads
being tho moro dangerous of tho two
teams when at goal.
Cockburn and Campbell netted the
liphtrc for their side, while Prangwcll,
through mlskicklng, helped tnu ticaus
to n point and Desha nnd Fernandez
made matterH suro by each scoring
shortly afterwards. Up to the finish
the Heads kept tho Punahous' defence
In dlfilcultles and-although this was all
the storing yet tho Punahous manfully
strove before tho wblstlo blow for ccs
satlon of hostilities to get tho equaliser
but without avail. The Heads' defence
all through was superb and onco their
quintet can command tho sphere prop
erly with their feet Instead of running
all oer It nt times soino good games
should bo In evidence. A stoutly con
tested gamo resulted In tho Heads' fa
lor by threo goals to two.
Tho coms plalng wero ns follows:
Malles Goal, Ilelscr; full backs, 11.
AuderHon.'Mcaill; halves. II. Chilling
Worth, D. Center, F. Davis; forwards,
F. Bailey, M Simpson, J. Catteral,
Dray and II. Bailey.
Y. M. C. A. Goal, Tinker; full
backs, Dixon, Mncaulay; halt backs,
Haley. Waterhousc. Gill; forwards,
Martin, Spalding, Bobbins, Plunkett
Piiiiabous aoal, I.o On; full backs,
O. G. Fuller, V. Soper; half backs,
l.owrey. McCorrlston, Prnngnell; for.
Wart's, J. Catton, It. Catton, Cockburn,
Diamond Heads uoai, u, cmuon;
full backs, Grune, II. Clark; halves, J,
Clark, Glcason, E. Desha; forwards,
Fernandez, Sheldon, A. Williams, u
Desha. S. Chllllngworth.
Tho standing or tno teams is now as
Punahous . ...7
Y. M. C. A....7
D. Heads ....7
Points Iolnnls. 8: Malles, 13: Puna
hous, 7; Y M. C. A.. 1; D. Heads, 7.
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llev. M, Williams, a Congregational
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