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EVENlN'q BULLETIN, HONOLULU,' T. II., SATURDAY, JAN'. h,' 1909
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hatch out chickens if you want a lot of eggs and broil
ers this year.
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strong chicks which arc so easy to raise, if vou will feed
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Vc filled a 120-cgg incubator
and when the eggs had been
tested out there were 103 eggs
left that showed signs of fertile
The day the show opened the
cges were taken out of the incu
bator and, were carried with the
rr.achinta couple of miles in a
wagon and placed in the show.
The next day the chicks started
to hatch and we got 03. fine,
hearty chicks out of the 103
eirgs. These are now being rais
"It" will find the pictures
interesting when "it" grows
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hrf'ijr b7 recalling good
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the Territory. Let us show
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CROWD AT HILO
LIVELY BANTAMWEIGHT CON-
TEST DECLARED A TIE
Little Lads, Shew Much Skill and
Bout Goes Eight Rounds Moving
Pictures and Concert Completed Eve.
ning s entertainment Good Crowd
IIII.O, Hawaii, Jan. 19. The muny
nnd varied nttrnellons provided it
tlie Armoryv on 'Saturday evening
draw n large audience, unit U Is safe
to ay that nut one wont away dis
appointed. The moylng plrtuics were Rood, as
thoy'ulways lire; the music by Pro-I
ftfisor Car'valhn's orchestra was bet
ter than anything hitherto heard at
the Empire; the dunce alter the per
fo'rmnnce was ns etijoyuble us could
be desired; but undoubtedly the great
event of the evening was the boxing
bout between the two bantam-,
weights. Jockey Willis and Tommy
An elevated singe had been erect
ed nnd piopcrly roped, bo that the
contest might be waged according to
the rules of the I'. H., while ut the
same time, every person In the hull
could obtain n good view of tbo fight.
Ned Austin was referee and Jack
Kennedy timekeeper, and they both
discharged their onerous duties satis
factorily, except that Ned was occa
sionally called to order for Interpol-
lug hU burly figure between the spec
tators nnd the pugilists.
The two bantams looked very fit
when stripped, but tho Australlau
was the heavier and went at the bus
iness with greater confidence than
his opponent, Lane, In fact, made
the lighting from the stnrt, keeping
pVillls utmost constantly on the de
fensive. ' The little Jock fought most
with his logs nnd feet, showing1 great
nglllty In dodging the blows'and get
ting nway from the rushes of Lane.
Time nnd ugaln Lano gave openings,
but Willis was too busy gyrating
about und ducking his head to take
advantage of them, Despite his agil
ity, Willis suffered considerable pun
ishment during the first four rounds,
but he always ciimo smiling up to
lime, though out of breath through
It looked as though tho Australian
was to havo It ull his own wuy; but
It soon became evident that Willis
was tiring him out by his dodging
tactics, and by tbo smiling wuy In
wiilch he tool; his gruel. In the lat
ter rounds the little one seemed to
gain In strength und determination.
From defondlng himself, ha assumed
the offensive, und b) clever boxlng
pot In a number of sounding-blows'
that told. Tho fight was for eight
rounds, Mud it been for ten, Willis
would have been the victor. As It
wus, the referee pronounced tho re
sult a draw, u decision that was un
Nu blood was drawn on either side,
nor weie there uny knock-down
blows. It was u friendly exhibition
of tho noble urt of self-defense, which
tho many ladles present enjoyed as
thoioughly as did "tho boys."
R n D
Team A of the Chinese Minor Club
Is ontltled to retain, Us alphabetic des
ignation. Ily n score of 8 to 2 Its
sphere tosscis Bunt tho cohorts of tho
second letter down to defeat. The U's
plcycd har.l, but they were no match
for their ipKucnts,
The features of tho gamo were -tho,
playing of San Chin, and Kill Fa, nnd
Hie running of Ahoo Ahnna. John Aka
un was so Intel ested In tho game that,
he offered the league a silver cup for
The lineup of tho teams wuh as fol
lows: A J. A. Chuck, c; Ah Mlu, p.; l'ang
lb.; Allnu, 2b.; San Chili,, 3b,; lieu
Choy, ss.; Ng Shew, cf.; Ah Dock, If.;
Ah Ding, rt.
H Allium, c; Ah On, p.; Hill, lb.;
"Tall John." 2b.i Kill IX 3b.; William,
ss.; II, Chin, cf.; C. Wnh, If.; W. Tong,
Substitutes C. Chcong, Iteo, Ah Fat,
Ah Ini and H, Scong.
Minneapolis, Minn,, Jan. C. M. W
Havagd, owner of Dan I'atcli, world's!
:hamplou purer, has become the own
sr of Minor Heir, last year's pacing
(enSiUlon, by paying 115, opt) to I'.
'J. Isaacs of Johnstown, Pa. Mlior
Heir Ib a brown horse, fouled lu 1D03
In ItoMiivllle, IIL Itln1sUud'l..tbA
(Inst season with a marl; of I: Till 1-".
Texan Giant Who
Holds The World's'
Tho lctory of Jack Johnson, tho giant
negro, over Tummy Hums for thi
hu.ivywelFht climnplonHhlp of the
world drugs James J Jeffries, the
undefeated Catlfornlnn, reluctantly
Into thcMlmellglit Since relinquish
ing tho title Jeffries has declared
nuny times that he would never
tight again, hut he Is regarded by ex
pel ts as1 tho only real match for the
negro champion, and followers of
sport everywhere are hoping that
ho will chango hl nil ml. Sharkey,
Kltirlninioim ami a horde of other
flglitera proleHs to be seeking
matches with Johnson.
2 Jt n :t
Secretaries 'or other
authorized representatives of
clubs, ate asked to uetul In a
list of events, scheduled by '
them, that they may be Includ-
ed In the program. Address '
ull communications to the
Sporting -Kdltor, K v e n i u g
II II 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Jan. 33: Chinese Alohas'
dance. , "
Jan. 21: i'alama A. C. meet-
Jan. 21: Noonday luncheon
at Country Club. "
Jan. 27: Hawaii Yiicht Club
annual meeting and banquet.
Jan. 30: Iloxlng, Smlt,h vs.
Jan. 31: Ilogey tournament
nt Country Club.
Feb. 1: Howling tournament
Feb. 2: Diamond Head A. C.
Fob, 27: Y. M. C. A. truck
Feb. 13: Iloxlng, Sullivan '
Jan. 30: AHAmerlcans vs.
- All Hawaiian" on League
Jan. 31: All American vs.
Feb, 3: All Ame4can vs. All
Feb, 0: All American vs. All
Feb. 7: All American vs. All
By the Hotr d'r Trip
g: O. BECKLEY, Jr.,
AT YON HAMM-Y0UNQ
a APTERN00NS AND
REILLY HAS HUSKY
PETERSON IS D0NNINO GLOVES
WITH CLEVER LAD
Sullivan Believes Mill Will Be a Rec.
ord-Breaker Dopesters Are' Dotting
Busy Figuring Oat. Next Big Ring
Contest Oocd Outlook
Charlie Hflliy Is working with Pet
erson, the middle-weight who will box
Dick Sullivan next month, a his spar
ring partner! I'etereon Is a lively man
end a hard hitter, and if Iteltly gets to
the point wheie he can stand his
punches without damage, hu will be
leaily to go up against pretty nearly
any light-weight In the bus'lu'ess.
Ilellly Is us luid as n.iljs und ho
says that he never felt belter In his
life, if he docs not put up the great
est fight ho evor made her1, his siiih
portcrs will be ory much surprised.
Iloxlng with Ilellly Is Just the exor
cise that Is getting Peterson' Into read'
iness for his heavy training stunts
Tho effects of his sea voyagi are wear
ing off and, when bo enters thu ring
throe weeks hence, lie should be In the
pink of condition.
The Sillllvnn-l'etersou mill promises
to bo a great one. Petersun Is said
tc have quite a reputation on the Pa
cific Coast. Hu Is tall, v. try, only 22
years old, rpd a hard mini t jo up
cgalnst generally. Ho hu rather the
better of Sullivan as regard-! height,
though thu lutlor hui u little morn
chest and rhouldvrs.
From tho standpoint -it the dupester
the match cnuld, uol hu mora premis
ing. Peterson fouglit a draw with
Kyle Whitney, the d,usky mld.ile-nel;ht
of the (lolden Statu. Sulllvin has
fought Whllnoy twtco. On one occu
slon Dick got' tho decision, on the oth
er Whitney wan tho winner.
"PelertPll is a go)tlman." said Sul
livan yesterday:- "He Is txaCVuV nnd
there Is- not the least ingtf of yi How
in him. Ho Is gamn to tho backbone.
I consider him a very formtdul.le mau.
"Next Saturday's mil) should bo one
of the best llght-welghi events out
pulled off hero. Smith wants to nuSe.
good and Ilellly has a local reputation
to uphold. I do not think that Smlth'n
showing against Trinklo sbou'e Im
taken Into consideration at all, 'lib
talk ubout Trlnkle belngjgrcen Is all
bosh. Ho has been uji against some
good men and, above all, he was I tlif
pink, of condition when ho boxed
"I expect to soo a rattling mill, and
I shall liu g.uatiy unrp-Jted If l.tlo-i't"
Dorando ' Wins
CHICAdO, III., Jan. 22, Dorando
I'letrl, tbo Italian winner of the
Olympic MaratHon Vace, today defeit
ed Albert Corey in a 7-mtlo Marathon
Dorando has niudo remarkable
showings In his shorter runs, but ev
idently has not the stamina needed
for long-distanCe work. He lost to
lldyea, at the Olympic Marathon be
cuuso his strength gave out Just at
tho finish, At Madison Square Oar
den, New York, he defented Hayes,
but later lost to Longboat, tho In
dian, uguln collapsing at the critical
Vestments und furnishings of the
sacristy In the Church of St. DomlnL,
Ban Francisco, we'ro damaged to the
(extent of $1000 by some "unknown
EVENIN0S WEEK DAYS.
TAFT WILL BE THE
1IAN IN THE MOTORV
WHITE HOUSE SOON WILL SPORT
Army Officer Has Been Detailed To
Bring Two Automobiles for President-ElectOther
from the Motor-Car World '
When the time comes that the peo
plo and tbo papers talk of President
Taft and ex-President Itooscvclt tho
cccupant of the Whit House will no
longer be u "man on horseback." He
will be a man In a motor car.
For Taft Is ns much at home In the
lautomobllo as Hoonevelt Is In the sad
dle, lue latter, uuwevir, noes inn
fccorn the motor cur ns he onto did, for
he Is no less a lover or speed tuan is
his successor. When ho wants to get
to n place ho wants to gel there with
out loss of time. At Oyster Hay lie
has made use of a motor car. but In
Wuehlngton he has In an official ca
pacity avoided such behlcles until a
few weeks ago.
In making n quick trip to Alex
andria, Vn, the president with his
wife called Into service a twenty-eight
horsepower Franklin belonging to the
Signal Coips of the War Department.
The trip was made so that thu Pros!
dent und Mrs. Itoosuvett might watch
some school games In which their
youngest son competed, and the) were
fcpccdlly taken across the Potomac and
When tho Tafts enter the White
House there, will begin an aiitmnobllo
administration. An officer In tho Wur
Department has already been detailed
to choose two motor cars for their ut-e.
While some automobile manufactur
ers ure putting out motor cars of ex
treme weight and Justifying their plan
of construction by the statement that
their vehicles are built liko u locomo
tive the street railroad men, after ex
perlence with heavy street cars, aro
engaged In an Investigation as to how
they can got back to light weight.
They want to carry a maximum of
passenger weight and a minimum of
An expert In the employ of the Met
ropolitan Street Ilallroad Company of
Kansas city, mo., lias uoen nt work
on this problem for several months.
Ho has gnno far enough to produce u
report favoring tho reduction of SOPH
pounds per car, und he declares thut
this Is feasible'.
ino nrst ulcohoi motor cab m
made Its appearance In New York. U
Is tbo product of the factory of the II,
II. Frankllng Manufacturing Company
In Syracuse. N. Y.. whore tbo eiml-
neera have long been experimenting tr
provide, nn alcohol motor that wtnihl
give results equal to those of the ga
A. K. Vlerru Is president of the
Atkinson League. A mcetlug wus
hold yesterday afternoon In the of
fices of A. L. C. Atkinson, and Vlerra'
was uiiunlmuUsly chosen to hond tho
league's dlu'ctorate. Thu protest of
the Ala Moanas was heard, but wus
not uited upon, tho committee' In
charge asking more tlrne.
The All-Huwatlans will play their
Inst pructlse game on the .league
grounds this afternoon. Homo ex
citing bastbull Is promised nnd the
Fernandez bunch will doubtless havo
to do some lively playing If they aro
to defeat tho seu-soldlurs' reinforced
Tho proposed Marathon race may
bo run on, Lincoln a Hlrtiiday. It is
possible that tho track In Knptolnni
Park may be used for the purpose,
St, Clair Illdgood not hnvlug been
heard from In the matter.
This nftornoon nt 3 o'clock tho Oa
hu Collego soccer team will -lino up
against tho team from the Ilrlthh
steamer Hoinfofd on the Punahou
field In a practise gTrme.
Table d'hote luncheon will bo serv
id'nt the Oaliu Country Club house
tomorrow noon. The auto 'bus will
travel from the Nuuanu cur line to
the club house .as usual.
The I'alama AOiletlc Club will hold
a meeting on Sunday, January 24, at
10 u, in,, ut the residence of D. Kama,
A smoker will ho given at the lieu
Innl boat house on February 2 by the
Diamond Head Athletic Club.
Joseph McMahon, aged 16, Jumped
Into n drlvorless taxlcab lu New York
and started off at a lively gait up
7th avenue. Ho did not see a police
man Inside, who had taken the chauf
feur In charge for breaking the traf
fic law. The boy was arrested for
stealing tho cab.
An, old 420 bill presented to tho
New York 8ubtreasury by a man who
wanted fouc now $5 bills for Christ
mas presents wes declaied to be coun
terfeit und'conflscated. .
Miss Anna P Cnhall of Hrldgovllle,
Del,, 'was selected by the Governor, of
that State to clitlsten the battleship
Delaware which will bo launched
about Feb. 0 at Newport News, Va.
: ARMY, NAVY AND
Captain Shipp, who, through h!.
transfer to the Twentieth Infant!,,
(.omen back here to Fort Shatter. 1.
the Min of (icuernl Scott Shlpp, Supe
lutemlent of tbo " Virginia Mtlltut
Institute, nnd n distinguished soldlu'
nnd educator of the South
(lenernl Shlpp graduated from ill'
Vlrglnln Military Institute In 18S
nnd also holds the degrees l.ttt.D. nu
I.l.l) from' the Washington nnd I.C
L'nlerslt He was llrst asslstan
profesKor of mathematics nnd lain
profeivir of latin nt the V M. I.
When the Civil War broke out,
ai ordered away for service In ti
field, but In ISiU' he was ordered 1,
the Confedei.ite Scrtetnr) of Wur I
report for Itit as commandant nt tb
V. M. I., to succeed (lenernl "Stom
At the battle of Newmarket, when
the cadet iorpn of the Virginia Mill
tury Institute was oidered out ti
help oppose the iirogiess of tho I'lilu:
armies townnl Illchmund. Lteutcunu
C'clonel Shlpp was In command of ti
cadets, end leiehed u Voumt whlc .
luenureil him to limp slnrc
.fter the '-ar (iouerul Shlpp still
led law nud was admitted to pruc
the. He was soon reappointed to til
V. M. I. nnd u short lime aftcrwai-l
was made superintendent. He ha
been n member of the Hoards of Vli
Itors of the V 8. M. A lit West l'olm
mid the I' S. N A. at Annapolis.
When the Huffnlo reaches Sail
Frnuclxui, she will no longer by th
kpotlcss white ship that sailed awn),
but will be of u leaden gray color
Pursuant to orders received from
Washington, tho cruiser is rccalvlnrf
ll.e new navy pulut and her days o
LWau-IIku whiteness nro over
Tho smell of paint, coupled w(th (
the rather oppressive heat on board I
the Huffato estetd:iy rent nil the
ullliers who did not actually havo to
remain on board, scampering Bhorr- , '
When the Iluffalo leaves here, lio
will proceed to San Francisco, whcncn
she will sail for Magdalcnu Hay to '
meet the leturnlng ships of the First -l
Squadron of the Pacific Fleet. !
It Is doubtful If anywlicre In tlu
UnltiTd States there It u liner Mnriuo
Corps garrison than here. With fou
full companies, averaging consldoi
ably over 120 men each, tho oftlccru
have a fine basis to work on. Major
Ume, tho commandant, hus. n flno
tccord lu the service, lleforo coming;
here he was In command of the Mal
Ine Harracks at Washington. D. C.
Though the majority of the enlisted '
men nro experienced soldiers, tliero
ure many recruits In the battalion.
and Just now the attention of the of-- '
fleers is turned toward getting theci
into shnpe. i
The rumor that a company of the,
Signal Corps will soon be sent liei)'
reiuses 10 no uowneu. wnai coiiy .
puny will be sent, or whether simply
a detachment may come, nobody pre
tends to know, but that there will be
ccme men of tho corps here bofor'
very long N the general belief anioni;
Tho Twentieth Infantry baseball ,
men are anxious to mix things wlttl
the Fifth Cavalry. The latter organ- J
Uat.lon will probnbly prove more thai! ,
willing, Just ns eoon ns the men dpi j
sufficiently settled In nllow of tic
oiganlzatlon of n team. I
The Marine Corps men here expect
to have a baseball team that will take
an Important plnrc In local athletic i
events. With the present large-gur- '
rlson there aro plenty of men to draw
from, and It Is said that some of them
are star players.
New Yoik. -Dr. Kdgar A. Mcarnu
u surgeon In the United States Armv ,
with the rank of Major, has been In
vited to accompany President Hocc
velt on his hunting trip to Africa. .
Captain Frank II. Lawtou ts to re
lieve Captain I.ouU M. Nuttman an
chief commissary of tho department
Tho order of events at the field moot, '
being bold this afternoon ut Uoy'd'S
Field under the auspices of thu Chlii-
cbo athletic associations of Honolulu' 1
Is us follows:
100 YAIII) DASH.
410 YAHDS HUN.
THIU:K MILKS WALK.
220 YAHD3 DASH.
ONF. MILK WALK, OPEN.
ltU JULW HUN 1 J J
UU YAllUb IlUIlDLfiS.
880 YAHDrf HUN.
HAI.r-MlLi: WALK, AMATEUJiJi
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