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EVBNtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 10.
Leahl Chapter Regular.
Hawaiian Consistory 5 p.
Perfection Regular 5
All visiting member of tk
rrfer are cordially Invited to at
Uad meetings of local Iodic.
HARMONY LODGE, No. S, I. 0. 0. F.
eet every Monday evening at 7:30
I O. O. F. Hall, Fort street
E. n. IICNDnY. Sccretnrr.
ELMER E. BCHWARZBERO, N. O.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC I OD'JE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
r.SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
ttrvet Visiting brothers cordially In
rltod to attend.
Q. II. BERREY, a C.
F. WALDRON, K.ILS.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
ton ot Mystic Loslge, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
krotaeri cordially Invited.
c. m. wuitb, c. c.
E. M. COLEMAN, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 816, B. P. O. E.
Tlonolalu Lodge No. 618, B. P. O. E.,
irill meet In tbelr new ball, on Miller
and Beretanla streets, every Friday
By order of the K. It
HAnilY IL SIMPSON,
oxo. ii. ANaus, K.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:S0 o'clock In K. ot P. Halt, King
street, visiting brotbera cordially In
- o attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. Citt
B. A. JAC01J90N, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O.
Meets sn the 2nd and 4th WEDNES-
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
ociocK in k. or i Jiau, King street.
Eagles are Invited to at-
SAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
f II. T. MOOItH, W. Secy.
MAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Moots evory first and third THURS
CAY of each month In Fraternity Hall, I
.Odd Fellows' Building, Fort Street, at I
T:S0 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
la desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Buslijets.
eO'Jr.T CAMOE8 No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
Men month at 7:30 p. ., In San An
toato Hall, Vineyard street
Visiting brotbors cordially Invited
A. K. V1ERIU. a n.,
JOHN P. DIA8, F.S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets orory second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month, In I. O I.
Visiting brothers cordially lnvhed to
W. C. McCOY, Sncbom.
A. 15. MURPHY, C (it 11.
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v LAHAINA, MAUI.
Hacks, Carriages, Bugglei and Bad
S Hones on short notice.
Carriages meet aJl steamer. Com-
fttent drivers, reasonable rates, i.w
Cehlclea and live stock.
BV-uFor Rent" cards on alo at
Jhe Bulletin office.
sjf- Fine Job Printing at tho Bui
M, B, FOSTLR & SONS
"BUGLE BRAND" bottling
li the beat and mott
Holfsctilaeger Go,, Ltd.
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
TWO-ROOM SCHOOL HOUSE AT 12
MILES, OLAA, PUNA, HAWAII.
Proposals will be received at the of
fice of the Superintendent of Public
Works. Honolulu, T. 11.. until 12 o'clock
m. of April 9th, 1006. for constructing
n Two ltootn School House at 12 Ml leu,
Olaa I'una, Hawaii, T. H.
Specifications, plans nnd blank pro
posal forms may be obtained nt the
offlcft of tho Asst. Supt. of Public
Works. Honolulu, or of A. O. Curtis,
School Agent. Puna, Han-all. for which
a deposit of $5.00 Is required, which
sum will be refunded Intending bid
ders nfter they have returned the
plans and specifications.
Proposals will not be accepted un
less submitted on the blank forms
furnished, enclosed with a certified
bank check for One Hundred ($100.00)
Dollars In n sealed envelope, endorsed
"Proposal for Two Itoom School-house
at 12 Miles, Olaa," and delivered pre
vious to 12 o'clock m. of tho day speci
fied at the omcc of tho Superintendent
of Public Works, who reserves tho
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T. II., March 23rd, 1906.
APPOINTMENT OF DISTRICT FIRE
Nctlco Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named gentlemen have been ap
pointed Tiro Wardens, under tho pto
visions of Act 71 of tho Session Laws
p ico5. as follows:
DISTIHCT ITIIE WARDENS.
Mr. Hugo Ilancberg, In and for tho
District of Klpahulu, Island of Maul.
Mr. Fred. Meyer, In and for that por
tion ot tho District of Wnlanac, Island
ot Oahu, lying to tho nest of tho sum
mlt rldco of tho Walanae Hills.
Mr. 11. J. Rhodes. In and for that
portion ot Palolo Valley, Dlstrkt ol
Konn, Island ot Oahu, lying inauka ot
tnu waiaiae uoaci.
DEPUTY KIItE WAIIDEN.
Mr David Haughs, Deputy Fire
' Warden nt I.arco for tho Territory ol
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Secretary and Executive Olllccr
Board of Agriculture and For
Honolulu, March 23, 1906.
SPECIAL WARNING NOTICE.
FIRES TO CLEAR LAND WAIANAE
Notice Is hereby given that In nc-
r" -ianco with Section VI of Act 71 of
I o Session LnwB of 1903. It Is forbid-
dnn to start fires for the burning of
ii. dry grass, etc , for n porlod of
rlt 16) months from date, unless tho
',t en pcnnlsslpn of tho District Fire
V . Jon has been first obtained, for
Hint portion of tho land of Wnlanaa-
' " Dlstrkt of Walanae, Island of
, (Mini. Ivlnc cbnvo and mauka of tho
cane R l ot tho walanae Plantation
The law reads, "Such Arcs shnll not
bo stnrlcd during n heavy wind or
without sulTlclent help present to con
trol tho samo, and tho flro shall bo
watched by tho person setting tho
samo, or by competent agents of his,
until put out." Tho District Flro War
den Is Mr. Fred. Meyer of Wnlnnuo.
RALPH S, 1I08.MER,
Superintendent of Forestry and
Chief Flro Warden.
Honolulu, March 23, 1906.
Notice Is hereby given that tho stock
books ot the Honolulu Rapid Transit
& Land Company will be closed to
transfers from 29th to tho 3lBt dayj
of March, 1906, both days Inclusive,
By order ot the Board of Directors.
fJEO. P. THIELEN, Secretary.
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the nowB ot the day. For SI year-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
White atram autos Stockyds stable.
Orpliputn tirU'ei prevail at the Opera
The revenue cutter Daniel Manning
Is cruising about Knunl.
Try onu of tboae dtJIclous not enp-j
pen ax lira lounou ubi.
Miss Leila Spcnce. formerly n stenog
rapher of this city. Is now at llhiollte,
The police have Issued warning lu
storekeeper to be on the lookout for
A modern womatil serves "Rainier
Beer" to guests she ian take jirldc-ln
Thcta will be work In the third de
cree this cenlng at William McKIn-
ley I-odgc, K. of P.
All visiting l.l ks are cnruiauy invit
ed to a social session to bo held ut
Elks' Hall tonight.
E. WU. Jordan & Co. just received
per S. S, Alameda a choice lot ot spec
ialties for the ladles.
There's going to bo big doings at
Illom's progressive store next week.
Look out for tho ads.
The schooners Alice Cooko nnd Wm
II. Marston sailed for San Francisco
this morning with full loads of sugar.
The usual services this evening nt t.
p clock to tho Gospel Mission, Fort
street, opposite Club stables. All wcl-j
Rev P. M. Snodgrass will speak at
the 4 30 Sunday afternoon meeting at
Y M O A hall, Subject, "Excuses.' I
The General Arthur cigar Is noil
merely ns good but better than It ls
cracked up to be. Half the good thins
In Its favor have not been said. Uunst-
Eakln Cigar Co. !
Central fnlon Church. The pastor.;
Itcv. Dr. Klncald, will preach In tho
morning on "Making the Best oil
Things." nnd In the evening on "Com
Yee Man Youtic. tho Korean who!
Bhot a fellow louiuryman nt the end of I
Jtidd street recently, has been neiu uy '
Judge Whitney on a charge of assuult
to commit murder. '
Trulni- la fhn itm- In f-lfcn ndvnnlnCil
ot the clearing sale ot the Ulobc Cloth-'
lnc Co. on Hotel street. Hargalns aro.
offered In boys' nnd men's suits, shirts,!
tics, trunks nnd Panama hats.
You don't know when you arc to
leave this earth, so belter prepare for
your funeral now by Joining the Belief
and Burial Association, Head their ad
In this Issue for full particulars.
A meeting of Japanese wns held at
the Consulate yesterday to expeuito
famine, relief work. Tho committee
V "' v "--- -
;t-i n t... nn .nniin of th.i
Inpr.l.1nn.r fnmn'finr. Ml In n lit I
from n dray on Punchbowl street yes-
.r,inv ti, ,. i,i. f i.i. u-mrnn rnn
o... m i-i,in i.i. i,i, u !..
taken to his homo and Is not expected
to live. .
The Hawaiian band concert nt Wul-1
kane on Thursday evening wns greatly
appreciated. The band wns nt the Mor.
tr.on settlement at 1-nle last night,,
where Bishop Wooley gnvc the boys a delivered here lost night Secretary ot
luau and reception. Tho band will tho Treasury Shaw advocated the con
play at Hnlelwn tomorrow. tlnuatlon ot the Dingloy tariff bill with-
M. B. Foster & Son have been for out change,
generations tho largest bottlers of Bass' i
Ale nnd Guinness' Stout In the world THE SALVATION ARMY.
and their black label with green bugle
arc recognized everywhere as a sym
bol of excellence. Hoffschlncger Co.,
Ltd., King nnd Bethel corner.
Pukea Wanhaelua, a native of Wal
lukuvMaul. died ot heart disease at 1:30
p. in. yesterday. He wns 51 years of
age. Tho funeral will take place on
Bunday. His son, J. K. Levi, who Is
employed aboard the steamer W. G
Hall, arrived from Kauai this morn
ing. The rogulnr meeting of the Guild
and Woman's Auxiliary of St. An
drew's Cathedral will bo held on Mon-
day, March 2Gth. at half past 2, at tho
residence of Mrs. Rycroft. 1553 Wilder
nicnue, opposite, the corner of College
street. The llcv. Kong Yin ret win a. m. nnil 7:3U p. m; morning, "josepn
address tho meeting. All those who 'and Ills Brethren"; evening, "Charac
dld not bring their united offering to ; ter of Christ" You are cordially In
tho last meeting aro requested to do vltetl to any and all of these services,
so this time. v n l). Edwaids, pastor.
Tho Benefits of
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modern plumbing ii that of installing one-piece
lavatories, supplied with hot and
apartments and dressing chambers
At first thought this idea may
venience of having to dress in order to reach the bathroom, possibly
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Call, write or phone for a copy of booldet "Modern Lavatories"
which shows the complete liae of ".Standard" One-piece Lavatories,
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AMERICAN LAUNCH 8EIZED.
Hongkong, March 23. Pirates near
canton have soiled an American
launch, nnd secured the arms and am-
munition on board.
Mttn (aphIi 1 Tli AtMti nf
Boston, March 23. Tho winter's
hlpwrecks along tho Now England
coast number fifty-four, twcnty-SRveii
of tho vessels lost being British. Elgh-
'" Persons perished In tho wrecks.
GENERAL SANGUILY DEAD,
Havana. March 23. General Julio
Sangully Is dead,
SHAW WANTS NO CHANGE.
Des Moines, March 23. In a speech
r. . ..
Meetings every night except Mon
day, nt 8 oclock. Sunday services
Holiness meeting, at 10:30 a. m.; Sun
day school and Illblo class at 3 p. in.,
Young People's Legion meeting nt
6 p. in. Salvation mooting at 8 p. m.
The brass and string bands will piny,
nnd there will bo plenty of music and
singing. Everybody Is cordially Invit
ed t'j attend these meetings.
Corner Alakea and King streets. All
tho regular services tomorrow, Jun.
C. K 9 a. m.: Son. C. E 6:30 p. in.;
Illblo School, 9:30 n. m.; preaching, 11
cold running water, in the sheping
of the individual members of t'tc
appear to be luxurious to some
persons but when
its benefits are
made apparent, it
will be f o u n d
necessary to mod
ern living. One
home arc In the
first place, a mark
pV second, they direct
to the toilet and
ness tlird, they
avoid the incon
121 HOTEL STREET
By John R. Mustek,
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YOUNG AND OLD.
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Boy and girls will learn more of
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by years of grind at school and at tho
same time be delightfully entertained.
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Sold on payments of $3 per month.
Wm, 0. Lyon Co.,
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Entrance on Hotel street.
i O srjTkrTr- .
Esslngton, Pa., March 10. Instead
of training yesterday afternoon Bat
tling Nelson acted as stakeholder nnd
referee In an argument bettween his
manager, Hilly Nolan, and twoiows
paper men who were spending the aft
ernoon nt the training quarters.
Nelson trains at nosedalo Inn. With
in n Btonc's throw nt tho Inn Hows th
Delawaro river. Tho two newspaper
men declared that tho cold water
would make tho proper bath for Nel
son. Nolan Bald it wua too cold for
mortal man to live In Ave minutes and
offered to wager $50 that neither Gra
ham nor Ilobtnson, the scribes, would
toko tho plungo.
The newspaper men quickly snapped
up the bet, and Nelson held the stakes,
tjioincii in ordinary uoxing ugum urn
ham and Hoblnson dashed through the
piercing winds and Into tho water,
which was filled with small cakes ot
Ir-tv Tlipv linlillv Rivnm nut for tnnro
than a hundred yards and then return-
cd bclng , tno watcr at ica8t tcn mln.
Nelson decided that Nolan had lost
and paid over the Btakcs.
A gamo ot baseball will bo played
nt Kaplolanl Park tomorrow afternoon
nt 2 o'clock between the Twilights nnd
tho 10th Infantry. A good game Is as
sured. OPENING ATCROCKETT
Crockett. Match 10. With the cxpec
tntlon ot refining 180,000 tons ot sugar
a year, tho big refinery nt Crockett for
mally opened Us plant today. Prompt
ly at 10:30 this morning the whistle ot
the refinery brought to an end the
tliree years,' bondage under which the
tormer controllers were held by tne
sugar trust From Vallcjo Junction to
Port Costu the whistles or every vessel
nnd factory nnswered tho return of tho
Industry to Crockett.
During tho past two months the re
finery has been undergoing a completo
remodeling nnd overhauling, New ma.
rumuimillK uu uveiiiuuiiUK i-cw uiu.i ---- -f - " ,,,u
chlnery of the most modern pattern neJ on, March 1 lth.
ha been Installed and labor-saving do- ...... ,
vices hitherto unknown on tho Coast' St. Mary's College defeated Berko
used for tho first time. In the past the ley 7 to 4.
maximum nmount of sugnr refined ill ..,.,..
year was between 60.000 and 70.000 Horace A., belonging to Schrelber,
tous. With tho opening of tho place
today. It Is calculated that this amount
' will be trebled. The, force of men em
ployed has been Increased to 400. In
the past, olso, tho men who controlled
this Industry wero in possession ot but
40 per cent ot the Island output of cane
sugnr, but nt present thoy control over
82 per cent The work will proceed
ctendlly, as tho sugar ships uro duo at
regular Intervals, nnd there will be no
shutdowns on this nccount.
When the prlcq of sugar Is on the.de
rllne" It Is the Intention of tho mali
ngers to sore It In ho warehouses of
the company it Crocket until the prico
Is raised, when It can be disposed of ut
The Catholic Church ot St. John tho
Baptist. Kallhl waena, In chargo of
Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
March 25th. 4th Sunday ot Lent, An
nunciation Day, 8:30 a. m high mass,
sermon, collection, Sunday school; 4
p. m rosary.
The Catholic Church of tho Sacred
Heart, Marquesvllle (Punahpu), In
chargo of Rev. Father Clement, To
monow, March 25th, 4th Sunday o
Lent, Annunciation Day, 11 a. in., high
mass, sermon, collection, stations of
the cross; 3 p. m., rosary,
JBsT-'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
FIELD SPORTS TODAY
The championship field mcctvls be
ing held this afternoon at the Boys'
Field under the auspices ot the Boys'
Tho events will be as follows:
220-yard dash, ..
1-mlle walk. - '
120-yard hurdles. ,
Running broad Jump,
Running high Jump.
Tho records and holders for these
llnlfmlle, 2:08; E. Ilcvcrltf.
100 yards, 0:10 2-5; J. Torbcrt.
One mile run, 5:10; W. Mania.
One mile walk, 8:65 1-5; II. M. Ayrcs.
120 yards hurdles, 0:15 1-5; Sylva.
CO yards, 0:5 2 5; En Sue.
220 yards, 0:23 2-5; Akana.
410 yards, 0:54; Shnsch.
10-lb. shot, 46 ft. 1 In.; O. Jones.
High Jump, 5 ft. 6 1-2 In.; E. Hardeo.
Hammer throw, 130 ft,; F. Kanac.
Broad Jump, 21 ft. 4 In.; J, McCand
lesi, Polo vault, 10 ft. 11 In.; E. Hnrdco.
Half-mllo relay, 1
40 4.R- Knmlha-'n,,n
4U -6, namena-.
One mile relay, 3:46, Kamchamcha
Tho officials for tho day are:
Ilcferee E. 11. Turner.
Clerk of the Course Captain Sam
Scorer J. L. Woods.
Timekeepers E. A. Mott-Smltb, Al
bert Wntcrhousc, J. 8. Heed,
Judges of tho Track P. L .Home,
W. A. Wann, F. E. Haley.
Judges of the Field J. A. Rath, C.
It. Hemenway, II. O. Rclnor.
Judgo ot Walking Capt. Schocftol.
Announcer Dr. MonsarraL
Starter Wm. Williamson.
Jlnrshal Lieut. S. Leslie .
Ernest Smith of Honolulu will stroke
tho Sophomore crow In tho annual Inter-class
rowing meet at Stanford
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"Toots" Cunha Is playing ball on the
Stanford 'varsity this season.
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The new floor for the skating rink
has arrived and been put Into place.
There will bo a larger crowd than over
attracted by this floor.
.All who are Interested In golf will
visit the Rook Tract tomorrow morn
ing. n n n
The Oahu College baseball team was
defeated yesterday by tho 10th Infan
try of Camp McKlnley. It was a good
game, the score being 7-4,
Tho line-up was as follows!
Oahu College Hooks, c; Ahrcns, p;
ntx. lb; Lowrcy, 2b; I.o On, 3b; J.
DeBha, as; Oilman, rf; D. Desha, If;
10th Infantry Rlnglnnd, c; Fcnner,
p; SchocHcl. lb; Van Vllct, Jr., 2li;
Carey, 3b; Lemon, us; Gast, rf; Cra
mer, It; Smith, cf.
Score by Innings:
12 3 4 5 6 7
10th Infantry ....2120000
Oahu College ...0200010
SPORTS OF ALL SORTS
The Lick School won the annual
field of the Pacific A. A. U.'
The Oakland baseball team has sign
ed J. T. Cox, the crack Georgetown
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The California Baseball Lcaaue on-
, defeated all 2-year.olds at Oakland and
won the Hudlno stakes.
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Berkeley and Stanford are accused
ot learning tho Oregon University
football dlgnals last season.
Billy Held, Harvard's football coach.
In a let'or to tho Harvard (acuity, rcc'
ommends Sunday sports,
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Schrelber. tho horso-owner, has won
$31,268 this season.
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Tho American athletic team Is con
sidered to have n. good chance to take
first place In thJ athletic meet al
A basketball game between Colum
bia and Harvard almost ended In a
riot. Tho playcrB got Into a fight and
spectators took a hand. Police stop
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Joe Carney of San Francisco defeat,
cd Ben Baylor at billiards by the score
of 1200 to 1143.
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Mike Donlln, the fighting baseball
player, was recently married In Chi
cago. tt tt St
Eddie Bald, the great blcyclo rider,
Is doing much stunts with the auto.
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The Detroit baseball team of the
American League Is having trouble
kith its players.
Philadelphia, Pa.. March 14. Bat
tling Nelson Is a better fighter than
Terry McGovern. Terry was lucky to
stick the limit with tho Iron Jawed
Dan? and only by his clinching nnd
stalling lasted tho six rounds. Tho
fight waa a very unsatisfactory one all
through. For tho first two rounds tho
boys wrestled and shuffled around tho
ring, while the crowd hooted nnd
howled. It looRcd as though one was
trying to tire the other. They did not
hang, but threw In short Jolts and
were careful as two ladles. In tho
third Nelson pushed Torry away from
him and started his rushes, carrying
tho Brooklynlte along the ropes and
dealing him n fearful walloping. Ter
ry's punches had no effect whatever on:
Nelson, nnd he backed away time afU
time .Ills head bobbing from side to
sldo, and In tho fourth Nelson caught
him a lctt swing on tho Jaw that sent
Terry along the ropes for fully tcn
feet. Ho grabbed the top rope as ho
was about to fall and fought with ono
hand, V?hllo Nelson battered him with
out murcy. It looked as though Terry
was gone, but he managed to stick It
out. and as the gong sounded felt Into
his chair like a drunken man. In tho
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,la "lu "uv "B"1 l'vn , --
,..,., .,,., ,., 1,1. ,,.,, which
was to clinch ami hold out until tho
end. Nelson had him four or flvo
times, but never could finish him. Ter
ry was awfully weak and wild eyed.
Blood was trickling from his nose and
mouth and he wns very shaky on his
pins. He fell to tho floor in the sixth
after missing a right and staid the lim
it by clinching. Neither of tho bojR
wcro marked and thcro was not a.
knockdown during the fight. If tho
referee had broken them, as Is the cus
tom, McGovern would never have gone
Ave rounds. Nolan Insisted that tho
refcrco keep his hands oft and Terry
played clinching off the boards. Nel
son waa awfully sore becnuso McGcv
ern would not slug with htm. Bettlni;
was as good as 4 to 1 that Nelson
would win and even that ho would stop
Terry before the limit.
THE PRIZE RING
Jack Munroo wants to box Tom
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Dick Hyland and Young Corbett
may box at Solma.
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DIcls Cullcn Is now fighting tit Af
rica, a a a
Jim Corbett, actor-pugilist, Is mak
ing a great hit on tho stago In New
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Sharkey picked McGovern to beat
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Ruto Turner will soon get in tho
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Hugo Kelly and Jack (Twin)' Julll
van boxed it draw at Los Angeles on
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Marvin Hart Is back In Kentucky
saying that ho was robbed In his fight
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Charley Sieger and Rube Ferns, two
ancients, will box before a Buffnlo club
on March 19.
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Jack O'Nell defeated Joe Nelson In
one round nt Philadelphia tho other
night. Tho finish came during a hot
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Willie Lewis easily outpointed Amby
McQarry at Philadelphia last week.
Lewis proved too fast and clever for
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Tommy O'Toole had much tho better
of a slx-iound bout with Harry Foibea
In tho Quaker City last Monday night.
Only good ring generalship and grit
tmved Forbes from n decisive defeat.
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Sam Langford put out Larry Templo
In fifteen rounds at Chelsea, Mass.,
last week. Tho fight was a hard ono
while it lasted.
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Mike Donovan won from Jack Dils
roll at Buffalo last week. The bout
went thirteen rounds and a Knockout
settled the affair.
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Kid Parker will meet Mauilco
Thompson nt Spokano shortly.
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Jimmy Brltt will meet Kid Herman
In Los Angeles, Britt will receive a
bonus for entering the ring.
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Dave Barry will meet Mlko Shreck
In tho East These two have met be
fore, the fight going to Sheck.
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Tony Bender of New York surprised
everyone for his good showing against
Attell. Ho put Abo down twice In tho
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Morris Levy had trouble with tliH
Lob Angeles authorities In pulling oft
the Qans-Sulllvan bout,
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