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JH3- "FOR RENT" cards on sale
at the Bulletin office. "
hrurriT MllT todya rushes without once counter-
uliilmijwivl Tho Ul!i nm, Mx(i 1(i(imU wcrc n
The Knnln Athletic Club benefit repetition of tin fourth, MclloOy bo
nance, slim nt San Antonio Unit last " " "' ' '"'"" wll'
Snt.uday owning, was lamely attend- f' ,,ut BeTcr Mn M" '"
il. Hofrcshmcnt were sericd t-c-1 "" Incn wclK,in, , nt ,4B pollm,,
tween dances, which kept up until the nl 3 d. Mellody win Just with
small hours tit tho liiornliiB. Tho rum- (n ()lc ntnla w, Thomas w.rmcd to
inltt-c mi nrrntigcmciils worq ns Ml- ,,0 ,,.,, ,,wn , nne T,10 lllen
low. M ilumcB. clinlriiiniii m. .Me- M lr ,lt qm.oni,i,crry ruPI,,
neiros nno j. .1. uiiriun. inu hmiuiwiih
wcto the cominllteo on refreshments
Win. Medelnis, chairman; M. (Ionics,
II. K. Asam, O. 1). Morhado and Wm.
Mnrshall. Kloor mnnnRcr, .1. J. till
rld.i; doorkeeicr, Ilnlieil Aram. Tho
prlzo offered by tho Knnla Athletic
Club for tho most tickets sold was
won by M. domes.
H tX It
E A. (. BEATEN
Tho Kllohanns defeated tho Chlncso
Athletic Club for tho championship "fnonu (Inn Club Inst Sunilny moniliis
tho imcrsldo Iiascuan League yeaicr
ay In n Ramu plnjcd at Anla I'nrk.
Ksplndn, who pitched for tho Kilo
hanns, was responsible for the victory,
(.trlkliiK out no loss thnn 15 men. Tho
llno-up waH as follows;
0. A. C.'h Kontc Chew, lfj Ah Ko
liiK, c; .Too Koiir, p; C. l'lnc, lb;xAh
Hour, 3b; SliiR ChouR, ss; Tal Chn,
cf; Apia, rf; Ho .In. !b. s
KlloliMiiaK V. Kspludn, pj Kupa,
2b; Knprnl. .lb; China, cf; Hill Dalle)-,
sp; .M. Shtilly, r; Serine. If; Joo llruii
eo, lb; UsehullRnn, rf
Joo Thomas completely outpointed
Honey Mellody In the six-round ro
nt the National Athletic Club recent
ly in u flRlit that was noun too popu
lar to a well-llllcd house.
Mellody forced the llRht from the
first tnp of the bell until its tlnklo
ended tho contest. He landed n doz
en rlRht-hnnd kwIiirs, several of
which staggered his opponent, but ho
was never nblo to laud the punch on
tho right spot. Mellody, for his
earnestness in trying to tnnlio good
before a Philadelphia public, receiv
ed u sovcro luclnR. His bllnd-llko
lushes In each round, when he swung
his arms wildly, were met by Thomas
with straight left-hand jabs, and ear
ly In tho second round Mcllody's noso
began to bleed nnjl later on his lips
puffed nut, mid before tho bout ended
n bis lump was raised under his right
It was tho coolness of Thomas and
Ills unwillingness to mix things up
Unit not only exasperated Mellody,
hut provoked tho derision of tho
spectators. Tho crowd began to hl;s
tho bout in tho fourth round, contin
ued It In tho flftlij, nnd when tho bell
ended tho contest Mellody was cheer
ed to tln echo foi hlsgimciicss, whllo
llimnan was hissed and hooted for his
It developed at tho end of tho bout
that tho TrUco boxer had trained
down too line, iiml was fearful of tak
ing a cliniu-o In nny ono round with
nil opponent us sturdy as Mellody,. As
i result tho crowd left tho .building
disgusted with tho. Pacific Coast
i Mellody started out In the llrst
louud to end tho bout with it slnRlo
punch. Ho caught Thomas with n
light hwing on tho jaw which sent
him staggering to the ropes. Thn
New KiiRland man then fought his
opponent clear across the ring, when
Thomas rut looso nnd dropped Mol
lody with a loft-haml Jolt which lan
ded squarely on tho Jaw. Mellody
was up In nn Instant nnd forced
Thomas to tho opposite sldo of tho
ring, but each of. his rushes was mot
clecrly with left-hand Jabs. Mello
dy landed two inoro right-hand
swings, but neither did nny damage.
Thomas kept sticking his loft Into
his opponent's fm.0 nnd tho bell rang
with tho Now Knglundcr trying his
best to land n knockout punch.
In tho llrst two minutes or tuo
second round Thonins mot ovory
rush of Mollody with a straight lcft
hund punch. Many of theso blows
Vcro scarcely haid enough to dont
butter, but they -caught Mellody com
ing In, which had the effect of In
creasing tholr forco. The New Eng
ender misted four vicious rlght
hund swings In succession and three
left-hand Jolts aimed ut Thomas' Jaw.
Tho men thou clinched, npd us they
were torn nway by the referee,
ThomaB caught Mellody a shoit, right
hand punch on tho rhln. Just as tho
btll mng Mellody staggorod Thomas
with u right to tho chcokbono.
Thomas turned the tide complete
ly In his favor in tho third round. Ho
landed Jab nfter Jab, while Mellody
could not get In nn effecttvo blow.
Tim mnn ,i .. I.itr. .. nil.. ..It ... t U l.
.,,,. ,7 i.l r , ,i, . i ,
u- f i . ""r1 ""
Mellody f need tie 0Rlit, Thomas
fi.co. It was ovlden to he c.nwd
thut tho TiIm.) woltorwolght was
"pulling" and tho spectators hissed
their displeasure. Thomns paid nn
iillentlou in tho derisive j-pIIh, lint
(onlliiiied Jabbing anil meeting Mol-
. . lllir , ,. ,,,,.... , ni.
times Tho Inrejwnl clinching which
chnrntterlxod tho bout will likely
jirovi the dcuth-knell of HiIh Inter
pretation of the rules In this city.
W.tllukii, .Maul. March 30. The pick
cil loam from tho Kim clubs of Klliol
and Wnllukii phot against tho Pun-
nt Walkiipu. Tho result of tho shoot
nas In favor of tho former team by a
scoro of ten majority. .
V. V. Wescoatt of tho Puiineiio
team did Rood shooting whllo Hell shot
his usual score for tho home team.
Tho scoro of thu Klhel-Walluku
team was ns follows: P. J. Dell, 42;
W. A. Bparks. 16; i:. M. Kecney, 30;
1'. A. Mn field. iS, and M. Maura, 30.
Totnl, 1 18.
I'liiineno 0. I.. Kecney, 25; V. V.
Wesmoatt, .18; Arthur llclts, SO; Ceo.
Mnjlleld, 18; V. tougher, 27. Total,
A number of tho innrksuien had
never shot on tho Rrounds nt Will-
liapu and as tho wind there is iiiiiikii
ally erratic this ncrouuts for tho low
ccoro of most of thu marksmen.
As tho scoro now stands tho homo
team havo tho advantage and tho
Piiuncno team inii3t win tho next two
scores or loso tho chance of getting
Tho next contest will bo April tho
"th. Maul Nowb.
maui lift "urn
Wulluku, Maul, March 30. Tomor
row tho first of n scries of n league
games of baseball will bo played at
Wells' Park nl 3 o'clock p. m., be
tween tho Kahtiluls and I.nhalnas.
Tho Kahululs hnvo not lost any
practice games and certainly made u
lluo showing, but It Is to bo remem
bered that tho I.alialnas, who last a
practlco gamo to tho Kahululs, arc do
termlned that they will not let Ilium
reive:) bo beaten and, from rumorj
henrd about, havo been hard at prac
tlco on tho other sldo of tho Island.
List Sunday's gamo botween tho
Wallukus ami Wnlkapus icsultcd In
favor of tho former with a score of
7 to 2.
Tho gamo was n hard-fought ono,
no sldo scoring up to tho sixth Inning,
when Crowcll of tho Wallukus start
ed things going by making n home-rim
hit oier right field's head. Two riiliH
wcro scored In this Inning.
Tho Walkapus In their sixth Inning
ninilo two runs nlso. Sllva, tho llrst
man to ocoie, proved n ery good play
er, having plenty of speed, and doing
In tho ninth Wnllukii cntdly found
tho ball and scored S mora runs to
their favor. Theio woro sonio fumbles
by tho Wulkupu players, who got ciulto
excited owing, perhaps, to the tight
hcoru up to thut liming.
There Is soma doubt ns lo whether
or not thero will bo n Walkiipu team
in tho league, as It Is proposed to
strengthen tho Wnllukii team by using
como of tho Walkupti players.
' Tho grand Btand has been repaired
and a proper backstop fixed, and a
fence Is also to bo built.
Tomorrows gamo ought to provo n
very exciting ono, as both combatants
nro desirous of drawing first blood. A
largo eiowd is expected to bo picscnL
Tho Chlneso Alohas defeated the
Kaula Athletic Club ycsteiday nftur
noon at Aula Park by a scoro of H-'J.
Tho feature of tho gumo was tuo pitch
ing of Chung Yen, who virtually won
thu gumo for hlh team.
it tt n
Tho Fashions dofoatcd tho Eucoies
yesterday afternoon at Kaplolanl l'n k
by a scoro of 9-0. Tho toarub woro
composed of local salooniuen and
great itvalry was manifested through
out tho gamo.
ts tt ::
Tho members nf thu local gun club
nro glad to too tho "Restorer" back In
tho harbor with Purser Itobb, onu nt
tho most enthusiastic members of tho
organization on board.
Renter and Kamaukii will form. the
batloiy for tho Knmcl.amelm Lenguo
- '""I tm and should, with good nip-
, m(0 t clo,,ltal)lo ,,
rl1Bt ,0 ol, (oftn)B , ,0
, 0 Tho loniandor of tho lino-
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ninnk books of nil sorts, lodgon,
dp, manufactured b)' tho Tiiillellii Pub-
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