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HIT ID FUN
The great boxing carnival In on in
full blast tills afternoon. Churl lo
Hellly, I lie classy boy of the Coast
who recently put up tlie Greatest ex
hibition ot skill cor seen here, is to
no on with Fox, u manly and gamo
boy of the destrojer Terry, who Is
hacked by nil the tarry ones to win
at all odds. This main' go of ton
i minds Is to follow exceptionally nt
tracthe picllmlnarles, and Is to bo
coupled with the additional attract
ive feature, that the outcome ot the
Bleat Attcl-Moraii so nt San Fran
cisco will be announced from the
Charlie Hollly' Is about the fastest
nnd most scientific boxer, who cor
came nshorc In the Territory of Ha
waii. He has all Mirts of hooks and
Jabs and stinlght-awny punches at
his command, nnd when he turns
loose the assortment on ail opponent
thcic Is something doing. He pro
tects himself with remarkable clever
ness, but docs It in such a way that
he Is hitting back during the process.
On the other hand, ho has a hard
man to tackle in Fox, from all ap
pearances. Unbounded confidence Is
ixpressed In this boy by the sailor
incu, He Is cracked up ns the nifty
kid, with u hard punch in cither
hand, and that pugnacious spirit
which made Tlgho and Schlossbcrg
so terilblu for the local boxers last
summer. He is doped out as another
Uaffcrly, with n number of Improve
ments added; that for Instance, that
he c.mnot nnd will not maUo claims
to bad condition, especially If ho is
is manly n boy as he looks and nets
outside the ling.
This Is the. first nftcrnoon show
for Honolulu; something to mark the,
originality of tho event for the. ring
side fan. The Independence Club, ns
n successor to Independence Hall, Is
it big place, well ventilated, nnd
practlcall) an open-air iirenn, pro
tected front the sun. ns nro some of
the more famous of the out-door
stands In San Francisco nnd other
points on tho Const.
Ucllly is In tho best of condition;
Fox has expressed his willingness
lo tackle the best Honolulu can fur
The preliminaries promise, well
Only less Interesting than tho appear
iituo of Hellly and Fox Is that ot
Jack McFaddcn with H. Austin ot
the U. S. S. Pennsylvania.
These nro to go eight rounds, for
the leading preliminary, whilo Sol
dier McCollough will mix with Jack
McK.iy or tho I'cnnsjlvnnlu and of
tho welter class, for another eight
McFaddcn, though It may bo con
ceded that ho had tho better nt tho
doubt in a draw decision with Hellly
recently, has never been officially de
feated In this place, and stands out
as u boxer of lenlly flrst-rnte ability.
who will glo nny hoy a hard tlmo
of it to bent him. If tho sailor lads
stand up to the expectations ot back
ers, in fact, Iho show nt Independ
ent o Club, which Is on, should bo
about the memorable oyent ot It.)
kind for the fans ot Honolulu,
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SPIKE Ktt FAILS ID
WORRY "MEM" SMITH
OYAL ANNEX CAFE
AL. THURL0W Proprietor: late Chief Steward of the
Steaks, Chops, Lobsters, Oysters,
and Frogs1 Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste,
A Royal Welcome Here. Cor. Nuuanu & Merchant.
KEEP MILK COLD
Warm milk breeds bacteria. Notice that NEW DOUBLE TOP on our
milk wagon3. Simnle, isn't it? Yet it's very effective. It's one of, the
ideas we are constantly studying to insure our customers wholesome milk.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
Tho 'Tlsers wcio u stellar nggro
Ration when thoy left for Wnliilua,
but they wcio dono up to a tune, of
JO to ."1 when thoy had been thero a
Managers nnd captains ot the
Fleet baseball teams nio requested
to tuin In results ot baseball games
to the spotting editor of tho II u I
1 o 1 1 n , for publication.
Tho West Virginia tenni heat the
liojs fiom the Maryland at baseball
at Aula I'ark Saturday afternoon by
a score ot 6 to 1.
n n n
Tho Kewnlos beat the Marines at
Atkinson Park Saturday, 3 to 1,
Something unique in Honolulu
ring' sjioits was that lllgglns-Smith
go of Saturday night nt tho Inde
pendence Club which was called n
draw on account of a prclous ngroo
nicnt. For the llrst tlmo In jenrs,
practically speaking, straight Mar
quis of Quconsbcrry rules were oh
rened; and then the crowd had tho
plcasuio and great enjoyment of
watching the liiocmcnts of one Gun
boat Smith, who ought to hao been
n contortionist, but chose tho boxing
game ns a pastime, and thereby just
missed being n comedian. He has a
reach of at least 1 10 Inches, with a
habit of putting his hand Into the
face of his hated opponent, nnd thus
holding him In position whllo ho
swings tho other mlt home.
He had It on lllgglns at nil stages
of the game. The smaller man wns
cry earnest about It. but ho could
not get around that awful reach. He
looked mad, anil may hnvo felt that
way, but Smith patted him on tho
Lack lit tho end of each inund and
cavorted to his comer with tho
movements of n highly strung Jump-lug-Jack.
Smith wns a hit with tho
crowd. And he would be a hard man
to bent, with a little more knowledge
of tho game, ns he has a hard punch,
and a reach thnt would put Hob Fltz
slmmons to shame, while lie is ex
ceptionally well built nbout tho chest,
It wob n good bout, nil right, and
n mused tho crowd highly, tho hit
ting In tho clinches furnishing u
diversion which wns entirely new.
Smith's stylo was u marvel of con
sistency, ns he had one punch and
used It nil tho time. Ills blow was a
cry wide nnd sometimes wild swing,
which wns sometimes landed by vir
tu o ot his roach, nnd which was for
tunately supplemented by his habit
ot sticking nut his free hand in tho
other man's, face while ho used It.
The men started by stnlng In n
clinch nil through the first thrco
rounds, when they got tired ot this
very hard work, nnd took more to
the open, wlndlug up with both men
breaking clean Just as nicely ns it
they had previously agreed to do It,
nnd Smith telling his seconds during
clinches thnt ho wns tired ot pump
ing Hlgglus' kidneys, and declining
to hit nt nil under tho ciicum
btnnccs. According to agreement, both men
being on their feet at tho end of tho
tenth louud, tho bout was called a
Sailor Mclla won the first event o(
the evening over Murphy of Shatter
fame, by n foul in tho fourth, when
Muipby was obviously clinching low.
Carlson ot tho Maryland and Jock
ey Willis had n set-to for four
rounds, and Itefcreo I'addy Ityan's
decision of a draw was very popu
lar. Carlson was rangey, but Willis
had tho more speed and tho stronger
Another popular decision went to
Young Sharkey over Young Scott,
lifter eight rounds of milling, In
which tho namesake ot the great sail
or pummelled Scott pretty freely. Tho
decision was cheered. Young Scott
had It announced thnt ho had had
but ii short tlmo in which to train
and would like to meet Sharkey In
ter. Hh.ukey had the same an
nouncement inudo in regard to Scott.
Tho show was n triumph of swift,
clean milling, good rcfcrcelng, am
I eautlful management. Tho stand
whcio tho bouts arc being held Is a
great place for tho purposo; In fact,
nbout the best plnco which is now In
tho city. Tho Bhow was voted n
credit to I'addy ltyan nnd Jack Seul
ly, it a show over was to Its promo
KETGKEl HUT KILLS
HIS MUM PARTNER
This afternoon, at Uasc'ball I'ark,
tho regular games of the Honolulu
Dnseball League nro In piogrcss. Tho
games nro held today, Labor Day, by
n Bpccltil arrangement. It wns hoped
thnt they should drnw largo crowds.
Tho lenders of tho league so far,
the Knnis nnd the Puns, nro slntcd,
nnd the Jewels nnd tho Saints are
Tho games of tho lengtlo nro usu
ally well worth seeing, even better,
In ninny cases, ns wns found Satur
day, thnn those plnjcd by special or
picked tennis here.
It H It
Austin White Wins In
Opening Play For
Austin White won the first day's
play for the Tiinsan Cup nt Ilnlclwn
yestcidny by a net scoio of 77. K. J.
Waterman wns second, with a net
scoio of 81.
The weather wns fine, and tho
links In tho best of condition., There
were twenty entries by 1:30 in tho
nftcrnoon, when tho entries closed.
Four of these did net finish.
Whitney & Marsh
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Austin White ....38 39 77 so 77
K. J. Waterman .47 49 90 IS 81
J. C. Evans ....43 46 89 7 82
J. D. Mclncrny..45 fi3 98 1C 83
M. Phillips 51 C2 103 18 85
C. II. High ....44 44 88 3 8."
F. Ilalstead 44 43 87 2 8fi
St. Clair nidgood.52 4G 98 9 89
!;. M. Campbell.. 4!", 49 94 r 89
A. S. Mnhaiilu ..4T, 44 89 so 89
V C. Smith ...BO B7 107 15 92
C.H. Mcrrlnm ..57 50 107 15 92
Q. H. Angus ...48 45 93 so 93
R. A. Jordan ...00 56 116 18 98
A. K. Jordan ...61 55 116 12 101-
A. Ilottomlcy ...04 59 123 18 105
A. IJ. Todd, J, 8. Orme, J. C. Copo
land, nnd O. P. Cox did not finish.
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Kams Beat Saints In
12 Innings; . to 0
Now Yoik hotels nro repotted
crowded with bujers fiom retail
houses In Southern nnd Western cit
By Hour or Trip.
Gt C. Beckley, Jr.
Young Star Team;
The Ilullctln Junior team jcsler-
day smeared tho calcium very thick
ly on tho Young Stars. Wasn't It
awful, Mnblo? Fifteen to nothing
at nil! Atkinson I'ark ran red with
much, much gore.
The asteroids couldn't touch. Pitch-
tr Frcllas' oucrings; no nail too
much class for nny ot the batters. At
no stage of tho game, did tho losers
have so much ns a sickly ghost of a
show. On tho other hnnd, they went
badly tb pieces In tho fourth, nnd al
lowed the llulletlns to send eight
runs across before they could check
tho rushing tldd ot events. '
Tho llulletlns started It by scoring
a single run In the first. Tho airship
took a flight that almost broke the
record In tho fourth. Then thrco
more runs in tho fifth, nnd thrco
more in the seventh tell tho tnlo.
The line-up of tho winners was:
Ocorgo Itose, c; Joo Frcltas, p; John
Mil, lb; ABhnu, 2b; John Wlkoll,
3b; Daniel, ss; John Pcrrclra, rf;
Louis Sllvn, ef; Manuel, If.
Scoro by Innings:
llulletlns 10083030 015
Y. Stnis 0 0000000 0 0
TIIBNTO, N. J., Sept. 5. Ilnlph
Hose, tho California athlete, who just
loturncd from tho Olympic games.
put the shot llfty-thrcp'fqot and four
inches, bieaklng the record,
After the I'linnhoiis had almost
whitewashed tho Jewels on Saturday
nftcrnoon, us detailed In tho baseball
edition of tho I) u 1 I a t I n , tho
Kams turned to nnd played u 12-lnn-ing
game with tho Saints, resulting
in a victory of 1 to 0. It was base
ball such ns tho local fans nro sel
dom treated to good, fnst, snappy,
with n wily pitcher In cither box,
nnd tho goose eggs flying In every
Inning. It wns1 baseball' worth see
ing and worth playing. Anil It op
ened the ecs of tho crowd ns to tho
posslblo outcome of the second sc
ries in the Honolulu Il.iscbnll League.
Ixita and Harney Joy did the rlxnl
twirling, tho big man with tho los
ing team having apparently tho bet
ter record to his credit, .but without
tho nlmblcncss ot Lotu. Aylctt, for
Instance, drew down n three-bagger,
but could not get off tho third sack.
Tho Kams played ball nil tho tlmo,
and they forced Fern over the pan
to victory in the first ot tho 12th,
after playing u beautiful game
Ix)tn Is ono of tho most remark-
ablo ot the newer crop of develop
ments in tho box hero. Ho Is spoken
of ns n new development, because
he failed to set the world on tiro
during the tlmo ho wns playing
with tho school team, though lie
then pitched n pretty Btcndy gamo.
Ho now has an underhand delivery
that troubles the batters badly, and
has u speed In fielding his position
which Is u treat aid to him.
Harney Joy was In his best form
Saturday. Ho struck out ten men,
nnd whs sternly nri n house through
tho twelve .Innings which tho game
went. 'Still, tho Knnis negotiated
him fmv thrco hits, which weio
enough .for tho, winning inn.
Los Angeles, August 28, Stanley
Kctchel, whoso reputation preceded
him from San Francisco, nearly killed
Paul Ackley, a sparring partner, today
at Vernon, where Is Is ttululng tor tho
big Labor day fight with Dili I'apko.
Ackley was knocked senseless, and
tor eight hours doctois and tiiilncis
w oiked to restore him to conscious
ness. Ho finally rallied late tonight,
after It was feared ho might die, hut
Is still half dazed.
Aikloy. a gieeu but dm lug fighter.
Is about tho only ono who has been
!BB"For Rent" cards on sale at
m Bulletin office,
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nro offeicd. They had sparred but n
fow minutes this afternoon when
Ketchol hit his man squarely on tho
J'iw, nceoidlng to spectators, and fol
lowed Instantly with n tonlflc right
on the nose. Ackloy failed to get up,
begun to kick nnd stiffen, us though a
bullet hud gono through him, and then
becamo limp. A bystander was sent
post liimln on horseback for n phjsl
elan; then morn wero called, but their
Tho scores were:
All It III! Hit O
W. Tlcshn, cf,
Lyman, c. . .
II. TlruuK, U.
Castle, p, . . .
Hooks, rf 3
Lowrey, 21) 4
Mmcalllno, lb. ...4
Henderson, 3b. ...4
Totals 34 8 10 7 27 11 2
All nun SI) O A K
0 1 0 0 0 0
110 9 3 1
0 10 10 1
S. Chl!!lngwth,3b-p.4 0 0 0 1
Olmos, f 4
1C. Fernandez, c.,.4
Albright, bs 3
Manuel, rf 3
Gny, cf 3
Lesllo. p-lb, ..,.,:JiH 1 0 0
ii. unuungwtn, u..i. ii u u
I) 0 0 0 0 (I
(I 0 0 1 0 0
Ttoals 30 1' 5 0 21 12 5
12 3 15 0 7 8 9
Huns. 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
ii. ii o n o o ro l l 2 5
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0
rtlllis .. , 4 It 0 1 3 0 0 0 8
U. II. .., 10 2 2 2 0 0 0 10
Two-baso hits, Feriiniuler, Lesllo;
thrcc-bnso hits, Hampton, l.iinn,
Lowrey; bases on balls, off Castlo 0,
S. Chllliugworth 0. Leslie 2; struck
out, by Castlo 7, 8. Clillllngnorlh 1,
Lesllo. 1:, sacrlllco hits, Castlo, Al
bright; doubln plas, 11. Chllllngnortli
to Leslie, Lyman to Marcalllno, Cas
tlo to Hamilton to Mnrcnlliu. Uniplic,
Joy; scoier, W. II. Hnbbltt. Tlmo of
game, 1 hour 23 minutes.
All n mi Sll () A i:
llnmaiiku, c 5 0 1 0 9 2 II
Lemon, cf I 0 0 0 1 o 0
Vuiinnttn, 21 5 0 0 0-7 I 1
I.ota, p 5 0 0 0 2 3 1
Tleuter, lb 5 0 0 0 10 0 0
Fern. 3b 5 1 1 o 2 2 1
Plunkctt, rf. 4 0 1 0 1 o 0
Nnhlwa, ir 5 0 II 0 3 t I)
Kamaloplll, cf. ...5 0 0 01 2 n
' Totuls 43 1 3 0 30 It 3
All R 1111 Sll O A i:
Kn Suo. 21 5 0 1 0 1 2 1
Jim Williams, ss.,5 II 0 0 3 3 1
Joy, p '. I 0 1 0 1 8 2
Alelt, cr. 5 II 1 fl 2 (I 0
1'lada, 3I 5 0 2 0 1 1 0
r.le.ison; tb 4 0 0 0 10 I 0
Soares, r 3 0 0 0 11 3 0
Areln, rr I 0 0 0 1 n n
MtCunn, If I 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals' :m o r, o 30 is 4
1 2 3 1 5 0 7 8 9 10 II 12
Huns . .o n o o o n o o o n u l t
11. II... 1 0 0 0 1 0 II 0 0 0 0 13
1 2 3 4 5.0 7 8 9 10 11 12
Runs . .o o o o o o o o n o n o n
.11. II.,. 0 10 0 10 0 0 0 2 1 05
Three-baso hit, Alett; hates on
balls, off Joy 2, Lotu 1; htrue.k mil, by
Joy 10, Lota Ii; wild pitch, Joy; doublu
plays, Knninloplll lo Vnuuatla to Roil'
tor, Nnhlwa to Renter, Vnunuttu to
Renter. Umpire, S. Clillllugwoith;
scot or, W. II. Ilabbltt. Tlmo of gamo,
1 hour 29 minutes.
W. 0, Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
roiind.wllllug to stand up with ICetcbul, (cIToits fulled so long that tho camp
iiiuusu ueavy uunucini iuuucviuvuih uvcuuiu grcuuy ninrnicu,