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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1908.
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Sores of all kinds.
Sustaining a healthy condition of foot
and for the cure of Kanker,
and all Cheap!!
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEl
They Have Arrived
Madden Has Morch
All In-Poole Scored
Jack McKndden linil the best of the
tin co rounds which hlM contest with
Sailor Morch went last night nt tho
Central Athletic Chili, but Morch wnB
not ho decisively knocked out but
Unit the crowd yelled for moro fight
Inpr. "line" had the best of It from
the first, In what was to have been a
0-1 omul go, tho main event ot the
cu'ulni;. He sent u left straight to
the chin nt the close of the second
round, and Morch vnn on tho lloor
tnklng the count when tho gong
bounded. Mcl'adden started tho third
round lighting hard, lie upnercut
Morch continually, and Bliot homo
right nnd left swings to head and
face, lie got In a stinging right
hook to tho point nnd down woht
"Mac" was slnndlng by tho ropes
receiving congratulations, and Tnlt,
tho referee, had quit lountlng, when
Morch lose 'to his feet, nnd put up his
lunula to fight. McKndden whirled
nrtmml, hut Tnlt stepped In nnd sent
Moieh to his corner, on tho ground
that he had been on tho lloor over
ten seconds, nnd out by nil rights.
The men wcro fighting nt 12C,
though both claimed to have the
woist of tho weight proposition.
There Is no doubt, on thc other
hand, that Tnlt did thc squnie thing
In stopping the light then nnd there,
as Morch was evidently beaten, nnd
It would only hnve piolongeA matters
to have had him In. the ring for an
other p.irt of n round.
In the llrst preliminary, scheduled
for six rounds, Hill I'oolo of Kort
Shatter tucked away Red Casey of
the same place with n right swing
Hush to tho Jaw, after one minute
nnd fifteen seconds of lighting. Casey
wont off his feet in the first clinch,
l'oolo presently got homo a, hard
right to the hear). Ho had Casey
groggy with n ilrtht and left, to, the
head, and then bingo! It was all
Thc second preliminary a G-round
contest between Joe Cnhral nnd
Young Heine, went tho limit, Joe
getting It on tho decision. In tho
llrst, second, and fourth rounds, thc
fight uas ull CubrnJ's. Ho landed ut
most nil of the clean blows, worrying
Heine continually with a quick left
Jab to tho face, which had Ills man
bleeding In tho third round. Heine
wns stronger In tho third, Cth, nnd
sixth, hut ho could not get at his man
well, nnd when Referee nddlo Talt
hold up Joo's arm as a sign thnt he
was tho winner, the decision was
Tho other preliminary, a G-round
go between McCullough and Stanley,
was given In tho sixth round to Mc
Cullough, ns he had hnd his man beat
en from the first round, but could not
land enough of a punch to put away
tho durable Stanley. This boy Is
a a a
DIVERSITY OF SPORT
AT OLD MARKET
At the Klshmnrkot this evening a
free athletic exhibition will bo given
for men nnd officers of tho Fleet and
for tho public In general, tho card In
cluding ono tug-of-war, a wrestling
match, and a boxing bout. It Is cal
culated that 1700 peoplo can bo ac
commodated In this placo. A band Is
to bo In attendance, and tho wholo
thing made as attractive, nnd enjoy
ablo as possible. Ilesldes all this, tho
I'ishmnrkct Is largo and nlry, and an
Ideal place from tho point of vlow of
tho man who sits In tho hlcecheis.
Tho first ovent of tho evening, to
ho hold ut 7:30 o'clock, will no tug-of-war
between nn All-America and
a I'ortugucso team. Then Sailor Hob
crts ond a husky boy from tho IT. S
S. Iroquois will winstlo some, and
Mlko I'atton nnd "Demon" Sllva will
close tho evonlng with u G-round box
t: a a
PIONEERS WIN OUT FROM
ALOHAS IN 12 INNINGS
I.nhalna, July 10. Tho Pioneers de
feated the Young Alohas nt Kllohniiii
I'ark Sunday afternoon, In nn exciting
nnd well played gnmo of twolvo In
nings, by a scoro of 7 lo G. Needless
to say, tho gome was fought from
mart to finish. Tho llnoup of tho
teams was ns fQllous:
Pioneers Manuel, A. Joso. J. oJbo,
J. Keanml, II. l.lllkol, J. Achoy, J,
Vlonla, J. Moses, P. Ksplnda,
Young Alohas Alfred, C. Ciohler,
Polokn, Pllo, John, Kahahawal, Isaac,
Tho scoro by Innings:
Pioneers ....0 00400200001
Young Alohas. 3 01200000000
GOOD BOUTS FOR
J. Scully Matches Dixon
And Young Nelson
For 10 Rounds
Tomorrow night nt Independence
Hall, .lack Scully, tho most popular
of the local light promoters, will glvo
n show, In which he will have Dixon,
thc colored lightweight phenoni ot
tho Kansas, In the ropes with Young
Nolson, the durable local boy, who
fought a 10-roiind dinw recently with
HafTerty, the champion scrapper who
wns hero on the Alabama.
N'clson has shown himself to bo of
the durnblc type, nnd glories In close
rango work. Thcro will bo llttlo
doubt of the outcome If ho can get at
his man, but experience has shown
thnt tho average man on tho ships Is
rather too shirty, and thc fact that
2-mlnuto rounds arc tho limit In tho
Navy also seems to diminish, tho
chances of the Incnl man.
llowover, he hud thc Indian sign
on Hnffcrty, v, ho was as good as any
thing In the Fleet ut Magdalcna. If
Dixon can put It on him, tt Is a cer
tainty that thc negro will bo ns good
as anything which has ever been seen
In a local ring.
The two nro scheduled to go ten
A preliminary which piomlscs to
furnish tho crowd with great sport is
a C-round event between Young Shar
key and Wahllanl ,two boys who box
ed such a slashing draw recently at
the 8nme,hnll. Tljcy arc of the hlt-and-take'
class, and their 'exhibition
Inst time was a great hit with the
Jack further expects to get signed
today, PrcndorgnBt, n very classy boy
of tho New Jersey, who can go with
the best of them, nnd Hulhul. once
champion of the 'local ring, who is
getting bpek Into l harness. 'This
ought to be a great drawlrig-card, as
all of tho fight fans of this city know
Hulhul, and most Of tho Jack-tare
Know Prcndcrgast. Tho men weigh
135 pounds. '
Jack Is today busy getting things
an.iuged with Lieut. Weaver.
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MARINES' TRIM PILL-MAKERS
In a gamo of baseball played Wed
nesday between tho team or the Hot,
pltal ship Itellef and U. S. murines
liom tho marine camp, tho pill makers
lecelved rather a sovoio drubbing, the
score being 9-3.
Tho Marines' line-up was as fol
lows: Faith, cf.; Yudermaii, 31).; An
derson, c; Winters, lb.; Masak, 2b.j
lllljard, ss.; Davis, p..; iMike. If,:
THINKS YACHTS WILL BE SLOW
Captain Gus Holmes of thc Rose-
crans, which arrived hero yesterday.
Is interested In the yacht race, and
from tils observations whllo at sea
on tho trip down here, is Inclined to
think that the boats will make slow
time, as the fresh trades blowing
here me not felt many miles out at
P. .1. Walsh wants a walking
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" SPORTS CALENDAR
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July 17 Mclnorny golf up entries
close, 5 p. m.
July 17-18 Wild West show.
July 17-18 Iloxlng, Independence
Hall, 8 p. m.
July 18 Fleet flold meet.
July 18 HuBcball, Kams vs. Kc-
lo; Punahous vs. Santa Clara.
'July 19 Baseball. St. Louis vs.
Santa Clara? Diamond Heads vs. Ke
July 19 Yachting, Irwin Cup race
July 19 Fleet baseball; Baseball,
July" 19 Coif, Mclnerny Cup
July 19 Walklkt regatta.
July 21, 22 Polo tournament.
Aug, 1 White Sox danco, K. of
Aug. 12 Puuneno tennis cup play,
ABRUZZI AND BRIDE
TURIN, Italy, July 1. It Is ro
porlcd hero that preparations nro bo
Ing made at tho Royal chateau at
UncLoulgt for tho reception of tho
Dnko of Abruzzl and his prospective
bride, Miss Kathorlno Klkns, daugh
ter of Senator S. Hi Klklns of West
JV BULLETIN ADS. PAY 'H
Great Baseball On The
Tapis At Park
Tomorrow afternoon, thc Kclo Uni
versity team will have a chance to sco
what It can do against Dick Reutcr's
pitching. The opening contest nt
Baseball Park tomorrow Is to bo be
tween tho Kclos and the Kams. And
then tho Santa Claras will have an
opportunity lo find out If they ran do
any more with I lampion's offerings
than they have so fnr been able to do
with Renter's and Leslie's.
In many respects Dick nnd "Ham
nro far and away the strongest pitch
era In tho local baseball world, and
may be depended on to keep things
going In. favor of Honolulu baseball
players, if they nro to go that way.
Tho Santa Clara men havo been
working out, trying to get the ball
located this week, and something of
a surprise, may be found when they
lino up tomorrow. Tho Kelos have
also been working out well, nnd Indi
cations arc that tho Honolulu fans
will be treated to tho best and most
hotly contested ball games this Sat
urday which they havo ever witness
ed. Advance sale ot scats Indicate moro
record crowds. In splto of the opposi
tion of the Wild West Show.
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WILD WEST SHOW AT
KAPIOLANI PARK TODAY
Tho first part of Ebcn Low's Wild
West Show Is In progress this after
noon nt Kaploianl Park. .Beginning
with 1:30, this event will bo going"
on through the afternoon until C
o'clock, or n llttlo beforo that time.
Roping -will be the order ot tho day.
Then bronco-busting, ,wlld-steer rid
ing, and other exhibitions of tho Bort
will be on tho card. Cowboys from
all the Islands have entered, among
them bolng the very host men, In the
Mr. Low has had now hlcecheis
constructed for the purpose of Jiod-
ing this show, nnd ho promises an
.tt a a
Fredericks of the Illinois nnd Ben
nett of tho Kansas will meet In a
six-round go on Tuesday night. Thcso
boyB will weigh 117 pounds. Freder
icks is the boy who was defeated by
Rafforty for tho featherweight cham
pionship of the Fleet. Rafferty and
Young Nelson fought n 10-round
drow In Honolulu a fow weeks ago.
a a a
There are 21 entries for the l oping
contest of tho Wild West Show which
opens this afternoon, and a large
number of entries" for all of tho
events. Angus McPhce, tho cham
pion roper. Is to be seen.
Champion Meyers, lightweight pre
mier of the Fleet, who was to have
been matched .with Young Nelson at
Independence Hall, had his hand
broken In n recent boxing match, and
so will not appear here.
a a a
There Is a possibility that on Tues
day night the winner of tho Schloss-berger-Patton
go may box six rounds
with Altlerl, the ox-champlon heavy
weight of tho Fleet. Altlerl belongs
to the Missouri,
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Faber of tho Virginia, tho heavy
weight wrestler of the Fleet, who Is
now ut Lahalna, will bo hero Sunday,
and It Is expected that he can then
bo matched with Sailor Roberts.
Schlossborger of tho Now Jciscy
and heavyweight champion of tho
Meet, has been matched to box six
rounds with Mike Patton, tho local
champion, tomorrow night,
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Dixon, a colored lightweight from
tho Kansas, will box Jack McFndden
six rounds on Monday night,
tt a a
Adlon, crack race-horse from Wal
luku, arrived hero day beforo yestcr-
tiuy on me uiaudlnc.
Untries for'tho Mclnerny golf cup
closo today at 5 at E. O. Hall & Son.
The Diamond Heads havo post
poned their aquatic sports until Mon
day. a a a
Tho Rapid Transit will allow Ren
ter, Hanmuku, and Fern to play ball.
tt a a
Tho Oahu Polo Team has a practlco
lit Kaploianl Park yesterday.
a a a
Tho Hllo Japanese want tho Kclo
ball team to make a trip llfofb.
a a a ,
Reddy does not favor a Banonlcn
In White, Pink,
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
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The Rosenberg Clothin
leads all others in quantity and quality of goods sold
during this sale. We have some more of the stock and it's
yours for little money,
Clothing, Shirts, Hats,
Boots and Shoes
EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS.
L. B. KERR & CO.,
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HEADY MADE SUITS,
$7 UP: STRAW and FELT
HATS! NEGLIGEE": and
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assorted .colors and de
SIGNS'; NECKEAR -and
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CASES and VALiafcts,
GENTS' and LADIES' PAN,
Assessment No.' 8
Delinquent, July 15th, 1908.
'HARRISON MUTUAL" ASSOCIATION