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CVENIN'O DUIXETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, JUNC 20, 1908,
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Hero It Is!
THE " BOUCHER"
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DO i'T FAIL TO SEE
The Greatest line of CURIOS in the city
while you arc taking "a smile" in the
FORT ST. JUST ABOVE THE THEATER.
Bulletin's Page Of
EDITED BY FREDERICK B. MOORE
BOXING BOUTS BEST
SEEN IN MANY MOONS
v "If is so much easier to pay a little at a time. L
V. That's why wc decided to cell Yictora on the A
V easy payment plan, A
V You oujht to liave a H
H in your home today. You can afford it. In H
H fact, under the circumstances, you -. M
H can't afford not to. l K
vkfe Odd Fellows' Bid. XJBW
"dire! wasn't ut great nport!" said
thi' light fnn as ho left Independence,
Hull lust night. He .poke with lef
ciciiro to the boxing bouts, at which
hu hud Just j cl It'll nnd howled, ami
fi nm which hu li.'iil gotten nlunit Hie
most fun which has eve:- been tlu
nlidied by such mi entertainment In
Ami the fun wan ilsht. It wns
Epml -clean, i;uil Hport, nil of It.
'I'll In in.irK.i the inniiKcr.itlou of
vim t In proh'ilily to he u teild of
goail bo.it! In Le lieM t.i, tlili rlly, cb
liocli.ll while t.ir slilim me here.'Tliu
llrst piellmlniiry wph only cs Rood
than the main event, In which Yuiuii;
Ni'Ifoh nml Itatlorty went Ion rounds
to a draw, If the Kcroud prcllmlnaty
wan ion easy for the sailor. It went
nlmoi'l tliue niuiiiU, nil the samp, nml
seized lo Ret the j.icK-tut repre'en
tatlun oil t'dce for the nmln event.
Joe Cnbrnl and Kmle Heine Ktep
ped t In oimh the lopeii first. The ho,
Khowed up well, and the limit went
four f.mt mid clean iiiunds. In the
Initial i omul Ilelno round .loo's Jaw
with a hayninKcr, and down went the
little fellow, who Deemed to hao
iihout elRlit pounds the dhort end of
the weight. He was tip again UUo it
itiblier bull, and Iheie is wheie lie
made his mistake. Ilelno was wait
In!,' fin li 1 tn, and c.uiRht him again
mi the Jaw, sending hlin to the lloor.
lie coolly took the count tlili time,
and Mulshed (iff the loiind as fresh
uh a daisy, Heine loosened out in
tlio heioiul with some swift swIiirs,
hut Cab nil lushed, nnd was tusldo
mott of them. Tlio men founlit ton
tluuully lo a tllnch. Cnbrnl had the
best of It. The mixing was not In
the leanest form.
-Jn the third, Joe came ahead. He
found his man agn)h nnd again on
tho Jaw with his rlRht, and Hclno
wns en the back-up most oT tlio time.
Joe also not him niiRryl
The men mixed It fiom almost the
first of the fotiith, Hclno by tho In
fatuation of his seconds covering hln
Jaw more carefully. Hut both men
landed (ontiminlly, Joe bavins nil
the best of It, and forcing the fight
ing all around.
The eiowd cheered the decision
when Joe w.is led foivnrd and do
clnicd n winner. .
O'Brien and Kupa
The tecum! prcliminury, scheduled
ns a (J-iouiul contest at 140 pounds,
wua o'ldsd In the third round, when
O'llrlcn of the Xlalno floored Kupa, n
local man, nnd was ghen the decision
by the lefcrce, In tho flrht round,
Iho superiority of tho Jackie wan very
nppaicnt He was faster than his op
ponent, mid hud tho punch with him.
O'llilen iui sued tho lushing tnc,
tics during tho second, and frequent
iy had Kupa In (ho ropes, Hnrly In
Iho iimnd ho landed with a stiff left
to the Jaw, and had the local boy
BroRgy. Then ho followed up nnd
cent Kupa through the ropes with a
speed right Kupa look tiie count,
nnd crawled Into tho rliiK Just In
time. O'llilen had tinned away,
thinking Iho tight was his, and wai
notwihle to get at his man again" he
fold the roiir i minded, and naved Ku
pa fiom certiln defeat then nnd
In the llilld tho thing was soon
fiver". Kupa wns winded," and seem
ed to have no KtreiiRth nt all. Tho
lightest puiHb upset him, and hu took
tho Lolmt of 'J, then of T, and of S,
us fust' as he got up. At last O'llrlcn
chovod him with his linndf, nnd Kupa
toppled (uei. e. Ideally as exhausted
ns If he hud inn n mile, hut still clear
fn thd'hoiul The decision w.'ia given
at oiifu to O'llrlcn by tlio teferee,
who led Kupa lo Ills corner. The lot-er-lnokcd
fresh enough when ho left
the ling, nnd his tumble wns evi
dently nothing more than bud condi
tion. Tha 10-Rouud Draw
The main event, n 10-roiind go
between1 Young Nulsun of local fame
and FrnaU Hnffeity of the Alabama,
lightweight chr.mplun of (he Atlantic
rieet, nt 12(1 pounds, w.ij a draw, by
tho .decision of Iteforeo Mike l'ntlon,
nnd that the dei Ulon wns a good one
Ui ere is little iliiubt Itiifferty had
the best or the clean hitting, but Nel
son forced the fighting most of the
time; and got there when thcxnicn
were at close range.
Hofore the flGht. nrtcr.n pro'lest
rioni Nelson's secoiftls,' It'vVtiyagPdCd
to fight clean-bicaU rules, 'ifxti'o Com
mand of tho icferca. This was
8 a it t: m u :: u :: tt ::
Fromoter of the Bie; Bo.-.tuj Carnival
How in Progrcss
whole Nelson lost his fight. Ho would
have v.oil Inside of live lounds with
tho Mai Mills of (Juocusburry straight
rules. Ho Is clover at tho Infighting,
has it on ltafTcrty In n dozen wny.i
when It loinea to stc.im nnd stamina,
! nnd al?i) had tho advantage of Hid
wolght lust night. ' The men wore
supposed to go into tho ring nt 12C
pounds, but Itiifferty weighed about
All tliiough the opening rounds, i
Hnfferty kept up the ran gey woik,
mid had It on points.' Nelson was
tuning In nil the time, trying to get
t lose to bis mull, but could not man
ago It Hu became more nnd moio
lien ous at the holding tactics ol
K-iiTcit, and hit out viciously at
tlote range every chance ho got.
Itiifferty had u left Jab which both
clod Nelson u good deal, but It lick
ed punishing power.
In tho clgitth. Nelson began to get
there, nnd luld tho best of It right
tliiough fiom that tlnto on. Hnfferty
came back jWlth toine good ones, hut
tonid not Stop the slaughter, Still,
both hoys fought well, and the ninth
i omul found Nelson complaining tu
his Eecouds when the pong nounded
that ho could not malic Haffoity light
nt clow quarters. "H, .
At the end of a hnrd-foilRht tenth,
l$fcrco ration tluew up Ills hands
nnd called "Drawl"
Tho decision was popular, except
among the men who wore luteuso
Tonight's enrd will bo ns follows:
Dennis Tlgho (U. S. 3. AlnTiamu)
s, Muiphy, 10 lounds, 1!0 pounds.
Halt (U. S. S. Maine) vs. Kahaule
Ilo, G rounds, ItiO pounds.
W'ahllanl vs. Voting Shntkcy, 4
lounds, 142 pounds.
The promoter of tho bouts is Jack
Scull', one of t,ho most popular ot
sports In town, and the proprietor of
the Kaslilou Saloon. Jnck has been
working .hard to give somo clean
spoit hero, and pleasure Is uxpicssod
that ho Is the man who hau the pluco
whore fights can now be held.
There will bo po race today be
tween Makaul.t and l.cahl Ctrl, as
stated yebtcrilay la tho l,u 1 1 o t i n .
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Abo Attell and Owen Moran wilt
moot In a bout for featherweight
championship In September.
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Now Yen Is authorities have arrest
ed violators of tho new nntl-rncetrack
gambling Inw at (iravesond.
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Arnilak easily won tho Hanover
stnke at Oravescnd and Dig chief
tnkes tho handicap.
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Detroit Tigers heat the Yankees, ns
the chnmplnntdflp flag Is unfurled.
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Amlrovv Glarncr Is cntorcd for tho
Olympic games In England..
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Men's Negligee Shirts
SHIRTS REDUCED TO 50c
REDUCED TO 75c-
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" v REDUCED TO $1.50
Men's Undershirts and Drawers
LISLE THREAD SHIRTS 50c
BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 50o
COLORED LISLE AND COTTON . , 60c
BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS 35c
MESH UNDERWEAR 35c
A FULL LINE OF UHDERDRAWERS AT REDUCED PRICES 1
Men's Straw and Felt Hats
STRAW HATS REDUCED TO 50c
" " REDUCED TO G5o
" " ,,. REDUCED TO 75o
" " REDUCED TO $1.00
' " REDUCED TO $1.25
FELT HATS REDUCED TO 75o
REDUCED TO $1.00
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Men's Woolen Suits
FULL-FASHIONED SUITS ,.. REDUCED TO $7.50
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MEN'S PANTS ; REDUCED
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Boys' Wash Suits
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Boys' Short Pants
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