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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1909.
GOOD AS THE BEST AND BETTER THAN THE BEST:
A new lot of these well-known mowers just at hand,
and they are In time for you to attend to tho grass that
will be growing so fast on your lawns after the fine rains
we have had. " .
Wc have the rest of the tools that go with Mowers,
such as Hedge Shears, Hand Clippers, Tree Pruncrs, and All
Sorts of Garden Toolt. By the way, have you tried a lit
tle of our FORCEGROWTH on your lawns and in your gar
E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Veterinary Surgeon Pottie has
taken an office at the corner of
Hotel and Union streets, where he
can be consulted on all matters
relating to stock and where the
well-known Pottie remedies can
be obtained. Tel. 361.
RETURN OF THE "LITTLE BIG FAVORITES" THE
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Wednesday matinee. ' ' ' "" t" ' ,. ,
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matinee. ' ' ,, ut
Vaudeville by Entire Cast Saturday night. ,
Popular price, 25c, 50c, and '75:; Matinees: Children, 25c; adults,
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Fine Lot of Different Breeds; also
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Sullivan Easily Outs Peterson In Fourth Round
Lambnan bailor In Queer Street
Ironman Defeated At Last
Of tho dead, rpeak notlilnK but
good " Oeorgo Peterson fought a
gamo Ijatllo ngnlnBt Dick Sullivan, Iml
wns absolutely outclassed. Hu was
not In It from tho lap of thu gong nml
Ills showing certainly surptlscd most
people. lir thought Hint he would at
least nisi seven or eight rounds.
Tlio fuct of tho matter Is that Peter
eon Is nut n lonir rnmro flelitor. bin
specialty Is In-lighting, nml In a clean
urctiK una r m nni nuout n lunch
chnncu agnlnst Sullivan, ne tho pro
verbial snowball hail In tho plnco not
frequently mentioned In polite society.
Sulllvnn, standing erect, with that
iletortnliicit expression nit Ms face, ro'
minded inio of the Htntuct of the an
cient OoiIb. Pofrson poor IVIo one
cannot but feel sorry for him
crouched down low anil Flared with
anxious eyes on the young Jove, who
stood ready to launch his thunderbolt
nt any moment. And launched they
were with deadly effect. Stricken
three times to the floor by terrific
blows on tho head, Oeorgo Peterson
gathered himself together mnl, llko :t
xetcrnu at tho game took tho count,
one, two, three, and so on, up to nln,
and then on each occnslon stood erect,
courting certain defeat, whilst stilt
defying tho conqueror.
Anyone who sajB George Peterson
lias n yellow streak In him ought to
rush out commit Infanticide; that's
about the1 only net that such a knocker
Is game for.
At the Btnrt; Peterson npicarcd nerv
ous; who would not be knowing Hut
practically ho was deprived o( wea
iious of defense? Haw would 'a duel
list, who always used a gun to get
who always used u gun to get
tuan, feci' If. Mddenlv cmbrollpd
i rlffnlr'of hdtibr 'wlilcli liad.tp u.
with rnplets'? '' ,t t
inL....I!l..i-.ii. uji '. .!.'.:
,,.8ulllrttli,,iilctUridr'riii alii(ctp Ibul
ie Is, toA-t'fed'bVerVqterg'on. nnd lim
(iv i., lunciuu uvvi riiiersupj n it
lire, two iounds''wcro.ihrGUuh.iliu n
milt looked cdrtuliiTy for Dick, 'c
TJiero Is n certain element, In Hono
lulu which 'oil ovdrv occasion of n flnbl
njidintc suddenly, nt mcu rnlaep a yell
of "fuku." It shows Just whnt sort of
men they nre. Honotir, Jf any of
theso "sjiorts" wnnt to know tho car
marks of u fake, hero they arc. Onu
boxor Is backed heavily ut even monej ,
or muy bo nt 2 to 1 on. nnd then loses.
Thou Is llui time to put your specs on
and nnd out who is pocketing tho
winning wagers. On tho other bnud
when the fnuirlto. according to thu
bcttlug, wins, In most enscs you, can
iiepcmi on It being n srpiniu go, All
this Is written, nnd It Is n libor of line
too. to try to teach tho knocking
bunch something about the game.
Tho hootlnc section was In oiblonoi
once more, nlso tho rotten bunch who
rovllo a fallen man. It sickens tliu
decent part of tho midlcuco to seo and
hoar theso things, but what can be
Tho Oriihenm wns nnsltlvotv imckod
fiom stugo to pit. All tho regular light
funs wero thero nnd nultu n sinntterlhi!
of pooplo onu generally does not seo
nt n scrap.
The huge nudlonco wns nlensed with
tho show, and most of tho spectators
lemnined for noma tluio nftcr tho ret-
crsnn-Sulllvnn fight to discuss tho go.
The first rirollinlnnrv between Ioior
Qucrstrot nnd Hans Nelson was n fine
enort. ino iiritttiier simply did an lie
liked with tho D.ino for two rounds.
Then his condition gave out, nnd Nel
son hud much the he tur of It, nlthougli
ho could not put tho in in of-war's-man
out. Peter wua In ipieerstrcct from
the beginning of tho third round, but
whnt elso could he expected? It takoi
Rfimo hniil trulnlni In stnntt 1111 tnr
twelve minutes and liao n husky bloko
llko Nelson maul one. The go was ap-
,.liiii,lil t.i flin nf.li. nt.il it.nu ....,a1.
. ,, ..,.., ... ...u wow, .....i ..un ,iu,;ii
enjoyed by avorjono well, wo will
HiippOMi tho principals enjoyed It too.
ino reiereos decision, "Nelson wins,
Tho second go. between Younir Rhnr.
key and lionman McCol'ouch wan a
dandy, nnd well tho I'ort Shatter lad
deserves the tltlo of "Ironninn." win-
ho took tit least ten wnl'ops on tho
jaw (lining the nlit, any one of which
OUld lltlin till! fln tir.lli.nr ....... ,
'' ,-... .... u.t.....,, mull ,,
blumbci land. Bhirkoy lnm'ed his rlgbt
anytlmo ho tried, nnd Mac. hud no hopo
oi niocKing mm. Until ho ncrpilres tho
art of stopping theso right hand Jolts
By Hour or Trip,
6. C. Beokley, Jr.
ho will never go vciy far In the light
It wns a grent scrap sum nnd the
refcreo wns right I" his ihclslon On
points Sharkey had It all ou-r the soi
iller. Mac's only chance in this light
wns to tiro Shnrkey out In the first
four or five rounds. Inste.nl of fine
lug the .fighting nnd tnklng n chanco
of being knocked out ns ho did on
tho previous uccaclon of incetluir Himr.
key Mnc. sparred around looking for
an opining. Tills easy stMo of light.
Ing suited Shut key dor.n to Hi
ground, nnd then wheh Mae did put
on hteam In tho Inter stnget or the
scrnp. Sharkey 'vas good nnd strong
lind nllo to pais Mac the Mndly right
In flno style.
This nil rleared tin- wty for tho
big fight. Kx'erybody wns on tlptoo
with excitement and u Kreat cheer
went up when Peterson climbed Into
the ring. I'ote wore his usual rd
colored trunks, anil mniinrml ,.
drnwn about tho face Ho wns sec
onded by rtoss, Nelson Mines nnd
8cott. Peterson chose the maiikn cor
ner of the ring.
Sullivan nlso got a grand reception
as no took Ills scat In the onnoslt
corner. Dick wns atteiuti.il In- Mpftni
den, lletllncoiirt nnd Heine. Hilly
Hellbron ncted ns referrq, nnd had
Utile tp do exco;it exorclv. his arith
metic by counting to nine on Mnrnl
occasions, Tho rounds went ns fol
First round. Shako. Poln ornnrhoa-
Sully stands erect., Dick light left to
tl n..!.. i..i.t! Jl ... .. .
ui,-i. ivjv iiiii iu Kiuiie)H. I'eio
trk-n right for hend. but Sully tin
smart, l'eto wild swings with right.
Dick straight, .left, n' fucu"nnd "thhn
' rlg'ht AowlniJ. Sully!-ftpiln 'stfnlght
poktf'to lolit( l'tte getg.lnig'ood'HBht
iJnd 'let1tniend In' rniUdHnicceslUn.
ijieK-iiiiiis,m nun taiuiai-ieu on nnwe.
Plrst ' htonil tn Mulllvnti P,.ti, i...'.!'
lef lrto !io,ui pick left swings' rir jaw
Sornild Ttnimfl .ntnk Inq, la wttli l.tft
for heiul a nl lheu'patii In rlgiit to
winu, rijio , leit, to Jienit no rorce
I'ctb 16 wind with right. Peto light
taps to hend. Dick fine left flush to
faco, end nt onco hard right to. stom
ach. Dick left to wind and right to
neck, Peto light left to head. Dick
flno left to nose. Peto tries his fam
ous right swing, but misses. Dick
light to jaw and then left to fore
head. Tliltd Hound. Peto lends with left
to head. Dick right and left to neck,
staggering Peto Sully lulls down
stalru and then comes ncioss with
right to hend, then upcrcMts flcrcely.
Dick again to wind twlco and then
loft hook to Jnw, Peto going down nnd
diking tho count of nine. I'otn rushes
In nnd Dick puts n pile, driver Into his
wind. Peto doub'es up and Dick lands
light on point, nutting Pete down for
another count of nine, llefore l'eto
had n chnnco to recover Dick wns on
to him llko a tiger. First eft to wind
nnd then right to Jaw. Peto reposed
on tho floor for nluo seconds once
more and on arising wns panned a
stnb In tho nnntrv. Peto wuh no.irle
all In when tho gong sounded.
rourth nnd last round. Stillv mulled
In to finish things nnd landed rights
nnd lelts as ho Willed. First hn nut
In a snorter to tho wind, then n lovely
left to tho Jaw, nnd ns Pete Iwnt back
wnrds Dick ndmlnlstcred tho couo do
gTnco with a ttrrlflc blow on tho
Peterson was carried to his corner.
defeated but not disgraced. Ho had
como up tlmo nftcr time lifter being
knocked down, nnd had tried to keop
on fighting when nny mnn would hnvo
boon Justified In remaining down tho
ono more second that would hnvn
counted him out.
Sullivan Is fnr too clever nt liin hn.
Ing gamo for Peterson, nnd It la up to
home' ono to hrlng n good clever man
down from tho Const, nml lei n en.
what SulllNan can do, when thorough
ly wound up nnd fit, ugnlnst a first
Hilly Wiirhnm wns amionncnr m.,i
Intinduced tho lighters and referees
to tho nudlonco. Sailor Morch issued
a challengo to Jnck McPndden. nn.i
Wulalnnl extended a cordial Invitation
to tho wlnnor of tho Shurkov.MrPnl.
lough scrap, to meet him In tlm
Aftor tho decision wns given ngnlnst
McColloiigh. Homo niiiiisninniit .....
caused by n bcciv IndUIilnnl wi.r. .,.,.
denvorcr lo clamber up on tho stugo.
uu ncing turned Hack lie n,iiir.,uo.i
tho niidlence, claiming that Ironninn
had won tho fight. Another Din v,, I
Wlnklo awoko with n start boiuo tlmo
Secretaries , or other author
Ized representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they tuny be Included in tho
program. Address all commn
nlcatlons to the Sporting Hdl-
tor, u venlng bulletin.
Mar. IS: Cnmhrlnn vs. Ho-
Mnr. 20: Cumbrian vs. Ho-
Mar. 20: All Schools.
Mar. 20: Aala, A. C.
Mar. 21: Hiilelwn Itnco.
Mnr. 21: Medal.
after tho principals In the scrap hal
left tho stage and yelled- "Whosh
swon the, hie, flght imsjhous, lilc.
Peterson soon recovered from tho
liamtnrlng he recehert nnd wns con-
grntulntcil by all on the giino fight lie
put up. Tho whole show wns good. mid
nlthougli tho main ocnt on.li.il cm
quickly, cwrybody wns sntlsflt'd that
mo program had been carried out to
Tho match between Mini nnd "lClil"
Teny could not bo brought off ns tho
former boxer had sprained his wrist,
nnd had been forbidden hv his doctor
to put the gloves ou However, throa
lights nnd good ones nt that, was
enough Joy for ono etenlng ,
e'jHigh School Has
Fine Lot Of
Although the showers wero frequent
nnd the field under water In spots, tin,
High School brought nit their Inter
class meetc on Saturday. The best
Item pulled on during the afternoon
was the relay raCjO. McCandlesH of the
Sophs ran n lino race, nnd .descrvcrf
the clldcra thi'f greeted him as ,Le,
..H..HV.. ...UOn ,u uyv fcouiu.prtld
lihv.id t.f his nearest competitor, 'itlqu
nUo,rnh well iituViml iiouble dity,, huv.
ins." (un iiie'szn ynrui iwice.tt
SllOuld IhOllwilnllint.1 flan. ,n. I.fn...
Jlui middle of the1 'week tfip 'unaioti
linci; snoiiiu no very fast and th All
Schools meet n star oent.
The Sdnhomoies' weio nml win,
scote of 43 points tho Seniors, second,
29 points; Junior-, third. IP points nnd
Freshmen 8 points. Thetllali cinni
boys are delighted with the times put
up by their men, nnd nre. satisfied thoy
hno n grent ehunco ng'l:til tho othur
schisils In tho tilungiiljr meet
Tho official list of winners Is us fol
100-Yard Dash Hlco. Junlnm- to.
Qandlcss, Sophs; Hosa IV-shmeti
Tlmo, 10 4-3 sees Juniors, G; Sophs,
3; rreshmoti, l.
Mile Hun Norton, tfonhr: .inl.iTknn
Seniors; Dmls, Seniors. Time, 5:12 4-3.
ouniorr, h; aopiiu, 4.
120-Yurd Low Hurdles Illro .tun.
lors; McCandless, Sophs; Mnrcnlllno,
Sonlors. Time, 10 sees. Seniors, 1;
Juniors, S; Sophs, 3,
Quarter Mile Ingalls, Seniors; An
drows, Seniors; Henry Chllllngwortli,
aopns. tiiiio, 69 4-5 sees. Senlora, S;
220-Yard Dash Illcn. R..nl, ,ro- m.
Cundless. Sophs; Hosa, rrcshmen.
Tlmo, 21 4-3 sees. Juniors, 6; Sops.
3; FYcMiinuii, 1.
Half .Mllu Notion, Sophs; Androws,
Seniors; Johnson. Seniors. Tlmo
mill. IS 2-5' sees. Senium 4 Kn,.i. r.
Halt Mllu Ilolny Sophs, Chilling,
worth Sing Hung, Norton unit Mc
Candless, Time. 1 mlii. 41 25 sees.
High Jump McCandless, Sophs;
Mnrcalllno nnd Androws, lied, 5 ft.
2V4 Iiih. Sophs, 5; Seniors. 4.
Shot Put McCandless, Sophs; An
drews, Soulora; Kulitis, Kreshmen. DIs.
tnnce. 37 ft. 6 Ins. Sophs, 5; Seniors,
3; Kieshmcu, 1.
Hammer throw McCaudless.SopliB;
Kuhiu, Kreshmen; Hosa, Freshmen,
Distance, S7 ft. Sophs, 5; Kresh.
Polo Vault Androws, Seniors,' Me.
Cnnilless, Sophs; Hosn, Fieslmien.
Height, 9 ft. Seniors, 5; Sophs, 3;
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
A NEW SHIPMENT OF
Oriental Embroidered z
I" JUST ARRIVED.
LADIES' SUITS, SHIRTWAIST PATTERNS, TABLE
CENTRE PIECES and DOILIES, ell new deiipns.
A full line of PONGEE SILKS and GRASS LINENS.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
rflPTTPTJ VtWrt AMI!
Medal Piav At
The Connlri Club will brine off the
medal totiiuntuent on Suud.o next, no
matter what tho weulher Is like (5olf
eis nre not scored ninth ten conls
when It comes to n pinch. McLaren
Is back again nt Ills id I past nfle.r
his sojourn in tho Queen's Iloipltn.
The wet weather has Interfere.! n lm
with oiitdiMir work up nt tha club
gioiuiiis, but still ipilto n number of
Imptnu'iucnts huio lieen made.
The numerous looks that use lo
worry peoplo bcldecn the first nnd
ii'coml IioIcb, linto been loniovnd nnd
tins u n decided Imniovement. In
doors, mi entrance has been cut
throimh the rock foundation to. tho
buffet This Is nltu considered ti
gieat ndnntngo for nrloin lonmins
Great Interest is being shown In tho
play Tor tho medal, and qulto u nuni
ber of golfers nro determined Hint
theirs Is the manly bosom that tho
token will ndoin.
The Cambrian olllcers will bo Ink
lug n run out to the club ns soon ns
tho weather change for tho better
Tho nMnl men mo very keen on tho
gnmo nnd number some good nl.uer.1
In thrlr mess. Tho wet weather has
spoiled nil sport ilurlnfe the i(wl week
nml It Is to be hoped tliut thi rainy
Bpell hns about worked Itself out.
is Not To Be
The Marathon entry list has mil
been re-opened, ns was announced on
Saturday. SomoJdcks weC nimlo by
th nlnneiK ho "already' had enteied
nnd thd committee nt once decided not
to to open tho list The taco ulll bo
run next Saturday If weather penults.
Tho Piikukl shortcut will not bo
used as. after till, thu Ionizer illulnnrn
over ino original con me, will ho eas
ler than the shorter one.
nie-roau yesterday, rrom all no
counts was In n fearful slate, nnd tho
liostponcment was n wise iiintu. Sov
oral now prizes hno been donated, In
eluding ono fiom Hilly Wmham, nnd
iinother from The Hawaii nnd South
Sens Cm lo Company. The latter prize
Ib a haudiiome Inlaid collar and cufl
box, which will please tho fortunato
winner very much.
All tickets will bo available, for next
Sunday and given lino weather u gie.it
crowd should turn out to tho show.
It It II
Tho cricket match which wns to ho
played on Saturday last had to 1)9
abandoned owing to tho henvj inlns
iiowout, another iiintrh lr arranged
for Thursday next, ami ulen deconr
weather, tho gamo should bo very Iu
lurcstlng. Tho innlch will piobablv
bo started before! noon and n immlior
of Indies will dispense afternoon tea
Ihu Tnlr sex will bo piesont in mini
hers and no doubt will "b.irrnck" foi
tho honto team, nlthoueh of eourso
Ihey will glo unstinted npplausu to
tliu navnl men. "All the world loves p
Milldr," nnd Honolulu Is not backward
In that tespect Judging fiom tho uood
times thu men of various dlrfeicnt
utitlonalltlvs hao had Iu tho past In
HUB city. 'So If tho heavens will oulv
dry up nnd ce.iso to pout down the
equn purn all will ho well for Satur
day's mutch. Tho Honolulu team will
bo solectcd from the sauio list of mem
hers which was publltdicd In tho IIul
loiiu on S.ituidny
:: tt n
SPODTS BY THE
"It's this wav In llonoliilii." ie
intukeil Charlie Iloss Ihls morning "A
coitnlu btinHi of so-cnlled i-Kirls at
total a boxing contest nud It does not
mnttor a com ho wheihei the snap Is
rot- ronr rounds or for fifteen the al
wnjs inlso n howl of "rake" wlun
tho fight huutiens to llnlsh befoio the
stipulated niimler of 1 omuls are
fought. I'd Hku to sie smne of these
wIho guys tnko whnt Oeoin. 1'oi..imoii
old on Saturday night and tb. n come
upioriuoio. Why If j uu smacked ouu
oMhat kind on the wilst they would
yell for uinni.i
Tin re nre much rnslei ways of fak
ing n light than tnkiuv Hie nwful olar
plexus blow that Peto did. Ami then
thin!: of what ho Blood before that.
Wli one of lliose iunches on tln noro
wns lei line to saj nothing of tho liillv
on the Jaw that 'to n celt mi"
"Yoi," ihlpiK'd In oung Scotly,
"Pete fought n great big hearted h.iltln
and It's lolton lo boar this talk of
fake." And this rorllio agrees with
ovcry won) or the nbme
t: it u
The Fxrcutho comnilttro of tho
United StnlLti Coif Arsoclatlon has an
nounced thu dntus nnd new rules
which were oted iiimiii nt Its meeting
In New York. Tho dntes for the
chuinplnnshipB nro as follows:
June 24 and 2 Open chumploiishln
at tho Knglewooil (1. C. Kuglowood,
Sept fi to 11 Amaleur chnmtilon-
thlii ut tho Chlengo (1. C, Whcnton.
Ml. , : . . ,
Oft I 111 fl Wfimmin rliniiii.lnitalittt
at tho .Merlon C. 0 Ilntprfunl, I'etin.
important changes n tho lit-laws
w;ro made, reftrrlug.to.the aniatvur, ,,
viuiiuiug.ui piajers ns louows; , ,
Jtesolved. Uiat hecllon 7 nnd 8 of th .
bj-larfijof thL, aspocLVliai bo nud Ihu
sruuo fc uviiij amended to rc.id.as
Seqilon 7. No neion ihnll bo nm.
fldoiod an iiniateur'fttilfor or shall bo
cllglblo lo roiutiiito In tho limntHiir I
ehniupIoiibhli of this nssoclntion, (or
n nm event Tor nmatqurs iiutliorlzed '
ot held b It. who ncconn or has ne. tn.
copied, dlrectlt or Indlrectlv. nnv 1..0 . I
Kintnliy. money or other ponsldor.iilmi 'I
for playing or teaching tho gamo of
golf, or who pori-onally mnkes or re-"""
pairs .golf clubs, golf-halls or Other" '"
golf nrtlcles for pay. or who, after tho
ago of sixteen flC) yents. has receiv
ed pay for services us caddie, caddlo
master or greenkcoper. or who Is or
has been a professional In nny other
brunch of nthlcllcs; provided, how
ever, Hint nny person who Is or nt nny
tlmo heroines Ineligible as an amateur,
by reason of this by-lnvv. may bo teln
Hated tiiKin giving to the executive
committee of this association satisfac
tory ovldcnre or meriting such teln
itntomcul Nothing herein concerned
shall ui,ulie tho relnatuteiuont as an
nmiiUui of 1:11) person In good stiind'-'
Ing ns such, 1111 Jan. 1, Ii09, tinder
thu provisions of section 7 of tho hv.
InvvB or this association then In force.
Seotlon R. Protests against nny In
dividual for violation or section 7 of
Ihcso hy-lnvs must bo made iu writing
b 11 member of n club hcloneln.r i
tho iibbocl.ttlon. mnl must bo sent to
tho secretury of this association uin,.
a certificate by tho secretary nt um-l.
rjitb that thu protest Is lodged by u
nicmuer in good stnndlng of such club.
milo Jii, pugo 19, St. Androw's draft.
To uiuko said rillo workable tho List
two n-ntences shoiihl bo stricken out
and n new kenteiico Inserted, so that
the 111I0 as ntnemled khall read ns fol
lows: Hull' 3fi If a dlsnuto orlso on nnv
IMiInt a rlalin must ho luado boforo tho
plasois ulrlko 01T fiom tho not iooi.ur
ground, or, in tho case of the last liolu
01 ino ground, beroto they lenvo (ho
pulling green All iIIs'iiiIoh bIhiM 1,.,
derided by tho conunlttco In chargo
ui me compotiiion. .which decision
shnll bo final unless appeal bo taken
to tho executive conunlttco of thu
United States (loir Association, wlun,o
decision shall hu conclusive.
Amend rtllo lfi. "Strn'm ('...., ,..,.!.
lion" (jiago 32. St Andruw'o), so that
tho snmo ns nmended ctinll rend us
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