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r 10 " RVnXIXQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., TUttSIUY, OCT. 20, lflOS.
Classy Show Is Pulled
Off At Old Fish Market
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and Frogs' Legs
Cooked to a Turn and Served to the Queen's Taste.
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A tug-uf-wcar, two tight-round i
boxing matches, nnd n wiestlliiK bout;
furnlhed the amusement last night
nt tlic show, pulled olt In the old
KlshmnrKct, for the entertainment of.
the sailor hub. Tlio cents all fur
nished plenty nf excitement and some
uf tliem were decidedly classy.
1'roiii the standpoint of class, tho
fistic contest between Krunklo Smith
and Jack Mcl'.iddcn was easily tho
ecnt of the opening. As Smith Is to
meet TrlnUle, tlio gaiuo sallorman ot
the criiltcr Maryland, tonight, his
performance last evening was watch
ed with exceptional Interest by tho
Smith certainly fuiniled nil expec
tations In the manner that ho han
dled himself. Ho was shifty with his
body, light im his feet, and demon
strated that ho knows tho boxing
game thoioimhly. Whether or not
he has the necessary hitting power
to decide matters could nut be Judg
ed fioni last night's work, hut ho cer
tainly showed himself to bo a very
Though McK.iddcn Kept continual
ly on the move dining tho eight
louuils tliut he was In the ring with
.Smith, lie found it almost Impossible
to miiko many punches land and
when bo did send ono homo It was
only to take ono of greater stinging
power himself In return. The ref
eree awaided the decision to Smith,
he having forced the lighting flora
btart to finish.
McCttlloiiKh. the Fort Shatter In
fant! ymnn who has made scvernl ap
pearances In tho ring of late, nnd
Shurlock ot tho Maryland put up a
brand of boxing that was sufficient
for the most fastidious. Though not
comparing with the Smlth-McFnddeii
contest as far as science Is concerned,
It was no dub's show and there were
eight louncls of as lively give and
take as any one could ask for.
Shurlock Is a very clever man nnd
he kept the Mildlcr guessing from tho
time the lcfciee entered tho ilug
until the gong Miuuded on tho last
iiiiind. Tho sailor demonstrated that
he has a punch of tho kind that
louiitH, and anyone who believed that
hu was slow must have changed his
mind eiy materially after 'witness
ing last night's entertainment.
Lack of gaiuencs's Is a falling that
lias never been ascribed to McCul
longh nnd ho eeitalnly lived up to his
lepiitatlon In that respect. With his
right luind mi badly injured that ho
duicd not use it to hit with, ho stay
ed with the hard-hitting sailor and
took all that he had to give.
Shurlock took tho decision nt tho
end of tho contest and Ijo won It fair
ly, hut McCulloiigli left tho ling
with Just about as much applauso as
his opponent and It was u sailor
audience at that.
Tho wrestling bout between Itnh
citH of the Iroquois and Schlndlo of
tho Maryland wits by turns wildly ex
citing anil deadly monotonous. As
far as tho science of the gamo Is con
cerned, they gave a very fair exhibi
tion, Several times It looked as
though there might bo something do
ing, hut on each occasion clever
blocks made a coup d'etat Impossllilo.
Tho bout ended In n draw, a .most
satisfactory termination .apparently,
to all concerned with the posslblo ex
ception of tho contestants themselves.
Until the bell announced that the go
was ocr It might havo been ituj
man's gninc. Ono mlnuto It would
teem that Schlndlo hud victory In his
grasp; tho next Instant Tlohort3
would worm ninund and turn tho ta
The liveliest event of tho evening,
as well as tho opening number on
the piogrnm, was n tug-of-war be
tween tho Stevedores nnd the Roads
and llrldges teams. Never has a
moio closely contested ovent of tho
kind been held here, and never has
theio been exhibited a more expect
ant Inteiest than wns shown by the
sailor lads in tho audience. Doth
teams 'wnro chcoied Impartially, and
both camo In for their full slime of
For twenty minutes tho big husk
ies who computed the opposing teams
tried to pull the lopo far enough to
lug doing, howctcr; tug and pull ns
they would, their opponents tugged
with equal lm.
Thero were probably 0000 people
In the big lnclouio and each Bptrtn
tor was wildly enthusiastic. Tho
cheering was loud and long nnd nil
showed their appreciation of tho ex
cellent brand of sport which wns
provided. All of the arrangements
were admirably handled and the
show went off without u hitch.
St 8 8
To the tune of 2 to 0 tho champions
ot the U. S. S, Washington went down
to defeat to the Tennessee team yes
terday afternoon In ono of tho hardest
fought games of baseball that Hono
lulu hns seen In n long time. Tho
gamo wns remarkably free from errors
on both Bides anil, considering the
small opportunity which the sailors
havo had for practice, tho play was
Tin- nt limine snw three men go
clown on each side without passing n
tally over tho homo plate. Tho sec
ond Inning fortune favored tho Ton
nesseenns when Socho, who covered
third bag for the Washliigtons, mado
n wild throw which allowed Tubert
and Zchncr to como wandering homo.
Hnvlng defeated tho Washington
team, tho Tennessco boys havo quali
fied to meet tho Cnllfornln aggrega
tion tomorrow for tho division cham
pionship. Tho llnc-up jesterdny wns:
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jj t r K I'rciin the standpoint of class, tho.ccllcnt brand of sport which wns
MS' W fiaili-i initest between Krunklo Smith provided. All ot the arrangements
WW' .iii.i liii-i.- Atf-r.utdpii was easily tho Were ndmlrnbty bandied and the Tubert, ss 3 1 1 111 M M. M-
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Green, If 4
McCnffcrty, cf 4
Kaufman, lb 4
llanus, 21) 4
Tubert, ks 3
Zchncr, rf I
Neff, c 4
Illnhos, p 4
Washington, I). C, Sept. 27. It
pains veteran chauffeurs In Washing
ton to noto Tiow many lojvgrado men
nro being called chauffeurs. There
fore, they have started to organize a
club which shall bo for the moral,
professional, and perhaps tho finan
cial uplift of tho biotherhood.
It shnll be unlawful for any mem
ber to use a car without the written
consont of the owner," Is to bo the
corner stono of the club. Smashuns
while so-called chauffeur nro tim
ing enrs without permission from tho
owners tinln the organizers of tho
club moro than the low social stnnd
Ing of men who are being called
The prime movers Indignantly de
ny that the club Is to bo a labor or
ganization. They think n real chauf
feur Is an artist,. and that nrtlsts do
not form labor unions.
Tho club Is to begin Its cxlstcnco
Oct. 1. It will undertake, without
charge, to furnish car owners with
men who know how to operate tho
mechanism with n truly nrllstle
TRUE TO HIS WORD
Long: When I let you' havo thnt
$." jnu said you couldn't pay me for
a couple of weeks. Short: Let mo
see how- long ago was that? Long:
About threo months. Short: Well,
may bo n llttlo slow, but nt ull
events I'm no liar.
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Woods, lb 4 0
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37 0 3 5
llasc on balls, off Itleo, 1; struck out,
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TWO 00 BOUTS ARE '
Slira. TOR TONICHT
Tonight two of tho most Interesting
flstlcj bouts of the year will bo held
in tho loped arena of tho Independ
ence Club, Doth events will bo bona
fide, fu-iound goes, between men ot
more than ordinary tnlcnt.
The bout which Is attracting the
most attention, nnd concerning tho
outcome of which there Is tho most
speculation, Is that between Frnuklo
Smith nnd Sailor Trlnklc. Trlnklo
Is tho undefeated lightweight cham
pion of tho bquadron. Smith Is shnrt-
ffr mid lighter than his opponent
but thero the disadvantage ceases. Ho
Is said to bo ono of tho classiest box
ers who over came to theso Islands.
As Smith has challenged Charles
Reilly. nnd the match will probably
como off In the near future, his per
formance tonight will be watched
Tho second bout will bo for tlu
welterweight championship of tho
bciuadrnn. Shurlock, who bent Mc
Cullougb last night, will mnko u de
termined c'ffort to wrest tho much-
dcslicd plum from Krommcr ot tho
Tennessee. I'Vonimcr has never been
seen In action here, but ho Is said
to bo a gamo hid who can use both
his lists and his head.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE
Independence Club, Alakea St.
AT 8 O'CLOCK SHARP.
TUESDAY, THE 19TH.
Saturday, Oct. 24, 1908
MAGNIFICENT LOCAL AND FOR-
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THE VOLCANO IN ALL ITS ERUP
Grand Double Main Event
FRANKIE SMITH of Honolulu, vs.
SAM TRINKLE, U. S. S. Maryland, Champion Lightweight
of the Pacific Fleet.
SHURLOCK of U. S. S. Washington, Welterweight Chum
pion of the Pacific: Fleet, vs.
FR0MMER of the U. S. S. Tennessee.
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NEW AUTOMOBILE RATE3
The Auto Livery will from this
date reduce all automobile work 25
per cent. 1 passenger Insldo city
limits Puliation St., Wylllo St.. or
Kamchnmchit Schools, 60 cents; call
ing or shopping S3 per hour; contin
uous driving $5 per hour; $4 second,
S3 for third. Around island 110. I'
ll. LI3WIS, Proprietor. Tol. No. C.
UNCERTAINTY A8 TO WHAT
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