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15 ROUNDS TO A DECISION
PADDY RYAN, REFEREE
SATURDAY EVENING. FEB. 27TH
HANS NELSON vs.
Marine Corps Camp Very
4 Rounds 160 Pounds.
vs. EDDIE HINES
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Fine Fair Fight For
Tho news Unit PiuMy Ilynn will
refcreo llio Smlth-Itcllly limit on Snt
urilny night soutyls real good to tho
light fans, Paddy Is a very experi
enced man at tho boxing game, anil
may he relied upon to glvo a fair de
cision In tho coming scrap.
' Ills Joh will surely ho much easier
than Mlko I'atton'R wan during tho
Sullhii'n-Petcrson go. Tho tight next
Saturday is under tho clean-break i
rule, mid the refcreo should havo
cry llttlo hnrd work separating tho
men. Of tourso even In a clonn
brenk light, more or less clinching oc
ctirsi but tho referee's order .to break
Is nlwnjs obeyed sooner or later,
With Hynn In tho ring, tho specta
tors should bo treated to a line, clean
and willing light. Hot ti lads are.
wound up thoroughly for tho go, nnd
havo now cased off In their work.
Neither Smith nor Itcllly will do any
boxing today, tomorrow, or Saturday
that Is, during tho da) light hours
of Saturday, but both may be depend
ed on to do Mime lino walloping dur
ing the evening.
When these two lads fought last
time. It una announced that If both
men were on their fret at tho end
of fifteen loundx tho go must bn call
ed n drnw Woll, wo all know how
It did end In a draw If n decision
hail been given probably Smith
would havo got it on points.
This light on Saturday night Is go
ing to bo a hard ono to pick the win
ner of. Iloth men seem to have a
chnnrc, and a good one at that.
Smith, In tho writer's opinion, seems
to havo a shado only u shade tho
best of tho conditions In tho coming
In the Inst scrap Smith was handi
capped by tho fighting In clinches;
lila stylo Is for long-distance scrap
ping nil tho time, and It ho can keep
Itcllly at nrm's length for ten rounds
or so no siioiiiu win, Anynow, ii is
going to bo a rattling good fight, anil
ono worth putting jour tmothcr-lni
law In hock to rulso the, necessary
coin for a ticket. ,
Tho two preliminaries should be!
exciting, as four good men havo been
Rot together for the cvonts. Soldier
McCoIlouglt nnd Hlnes'Wlll box eight
rounds at 140 pourfds. Kvorjono
knows tho soldier und Is awaro of tho
way ho bores In to light all tho time.
Ho will stand n lot of punishment
without giving In, and may bo relied
upon to make, lllncs extend himself
to tho utmost.
Hincs Is ono of tho regulnr army
of boxers nnd is as clever as most of
them. Hi knows tho gamo from A
to '., nnd tho only possible, room for
doubt In his raso is In regard to con
dition. IHucs, howevor, sas ho
feols well und certainly looks It, but
still It takes n lot of hard work to
enable a man to box eight rounds
with a mat) who is nways rushing in
Tho other preliminary, between
Hans N'elbon of Camp Very and Sol
dier Honlqy of Fort Shatter, will bo
a four-round affair. Nelson has been
seen In action but llttlo; his go with
the Greek pugilist could hardly bo
used to form any opinion as to his
fighting capabilities. Ho finished
"Hercules" off mi suddenly that no
ono had tlmo to slzo him up nil ojes
being on tho unfnrttinato but proud
desicndant of Demosthenes. Nelson
probably will put up u good htrap,
Saturday Eve., Feb. 27
The Great Floral Parado of
Scones and Incidents of the Lincoln
A Series of Beautiful Dances by
Margaret and Helen Center f
The Volcano of Kilauea
Many Other Interesting Scenes
Admission, 25o and 50c. Reserved
Seats, 75o, now on sale at the Berg
strom Musio Store. . . .
an ho In a husky )oiing glint, mid
scorns to be able to uso his lundi a
Henley pf Tort Shatter Ii a very
likely looking lad, whom tho writer
picked out some tlmo ago as a com
ing man. lie tnkes nil that Is coin
ing to 111 m nnd then walks In for
more. Ho has had a lot of practice
out at tho Tort with McCollotigh nnd
Dick Sullivan and has picked no a
lot of the finer points of the game.
Jack McPnddcn nnnounces the
fact that ho will light the winner of
tho Smith-llcllly bout nt any plaro
nnd for any amount. Jack Ii tho
champion small man of Honolulu,
and nnj ono who saw him knock
Sailor Morch out knows that Jack
has tho punch In his left nil tho
Taking It altogether, Hip show on
Saturday night should bo a first-class
one. All tho principals arc ronfldent
or winning, mid as that Is Impossible,
somo lovely mixing should lie Indulg
ed In before tho ultimate winners aro
To Fiht 8.
Tho lions' that Jack O'llrlen has been
matched with Stnnley Ketcliel Is caus
ing a lot of comment among sports all
over tho world. O'llrlen, the hell-confessed
fnkor of lights, wns thought to
bo down nnd out. Two fjears ago
O'llrlen publicly branded himself ns ti
crook ns fnr as fights went. He would
lay uowik or squaro inu outer man
to quit, ,lccfy ding to thu way tho
money,wi)s belug hot, tf
T)ju Phllndcl)hU')buxc-r was a good
nigral n his time., nnd 'if ho had only
M&&t straight, might, hnvn occupied
ho ptlsltlon thutt'Mr. Hums has Just
.vacated, ff Jlo had become world's
champion, ono thing Is sure, nnd that
Is that ho would have mndo strenuous
efforts to "squaro" Johnson with 10,
000 or so, instead of standing up nnd
taking tho punishment that Tommy1
Hums did. ,
O'llrlen Is lucky Indeed to, get back
Into tho fight gnme, but ho had bettor
kcop away from San Krnnclsco in fu
ture, ns thero Is no nlohn thcro for
him. It Is claimed Hint. Kctchol will
get (8000 for his shnro of tho purso.
win, loso or drnw. Willis Ilrltt Is tho
man who has arranged tho fight, and
and It Is to bo hoped that It will bo
free of tho kind of dirty work that
O'Brien seemed to rovel In In tho past.
Of course, O'llrlen may run straight
now, after his hard experiences, but It
Is hard to say, although Joo dans, nflcr
many n dirty bit of business, turned
Into tho nnrrow path nnd kept thoro till
Il.it Nelson passed hlni out,
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Ponies Fop The
Polo Is coming rapidly Into favor In
Honolulu and districts. Out at Lclln-
hua tho Army officers nro doing their
best nt tho gamo with the limited num
ber of pontes nt their disposal.
At present thcro nro ouly about eight
polo ponies lit tho camp, and ot courso
Hint small bunch cannot keep tho gamo
going strongly. In this cllmnto tho
players muSt change ponies mora fre
quently thau In cooler countries, and
as a matter of fact that Is ono of tho
reasons why polo has not caught ou
as well ns It should In tho past hero.
It Is n very oxpcnslvo gnmo to play,
and tho upkeep ot a stable of jiolo
ponies Is a very serious Item. Still
thcro nro plenty ot well-to-do young
fellows In theso Islands, and onco tho
gamo Is started in earnest by tho Army
men, no doubt many others will pur
chase ponies nnd stnrt at tho gamo.
An annual gymkhana will probably
bo ono of tho first fixtures of tho
combined clubs, and for real good ox-
citing sKirt h gymkhnnn Is hnrd to
beat Tho Army inon nro very keen
on tho sport, nml no doubt Honolulu
will bo treated to somo flno games of
polo and pony racing In the near future
Tho forty ponies for tho Lollohua
olllcors hhnuld arrlvo soon now, nnd
then things will hum In tho polo lino
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Mar 21: Medal.
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Keb. 27: Smith vs. Hellly.
Mar. 13: Sullivan vs. Peter-
Mar. 14: Hnlelwa Knee.
C. A. C. Protest
The r A Cs. hmo protested tho
match which they lost to the Japanese,
team last Sunday. Tho C A. Cs claim
'that Kolehl, tho left-fielder, who did
.good work In tho match, is nut u uron-
or member of tho Japanese team,
It Is n great pity that tho C A. C.
has taken this stand, as It will not
do them much good ns far ns tho gen
eral public goes. It would bo much
bettor for thoni to take their defeat
In good grace than to raise n howl af-
The Japancso wero ono man Miurti
and had to dig a man up out ot thu
spectators. That Is how Snlclil got
Into thu g-ime. and alUinilgh strictly
speaking, the C. A. Cs. are perfectly
within their rights In protesting tho
game, they show poor sportsmanship
in doing so,
a it a
Saints Lose To
Yesterday afternoon tho Malum Kea
baseball team defented tho St. Eliza
beth's by a scoro of 18 to 12. Ahana
twirled for tho winners nnd pitched
good ball. Tho gamo was a fast ono
as tho total scores Indicate, ami tho
fans enjoyed thcmsolvos very much.
Tho batting was good on both sldcB
but tho fielding was weak; this ac
counts for tho large scores. Tho lino
Mauna Kea Ton Yen. Knu Yen, K.
C, Ahana. Young Nap, Sing Tnl, Tin
Yen, Chun Tuck, Tuck Koo, Ah Kim,
St. Elizabeth Johnny, Ah Tin, Ah
Hoy, Ah Hook, Wing Keo, Lo Yin.
Chun Yon, Jay Hoy and Androw.
Chin Sun, umplro; Hung Chop,
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NO; LIL1UOKALANI K. DOMINIS,
TEniUTOIlY of HAWAII by C. It.
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ENT of PUIILIC WORKS; CITY
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Whereas, a petition ban been pre
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DERRICK 11HOWN to register and
confirm his title in the following-do-scribed
Meglnnlng nt n drhen Iron plpo
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Road, said point being 3SG0. 1 fret
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Southeast side . of stono wall
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(R) 142' 35', 1100. feet, nlong
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tho 19th dn of March. A D, 1909,
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