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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 07, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVEN1NO liUlXCTIN. HONOLULU. T. I!.. WKDNUSDAY. JULY 7, 1909
I ' Boxing
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These two Remedies are necessary in a tropical climate. Are riven
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The news, nil announced In yester
day' 11 u I I e 1 1 n, thnt Cordell and
Sullivan nro mntclied to tight uenln
on Saturday, July 24, wns received
with Joy by nil the light fang of the
The proposition thnt the men fight
"winner take nil" finds much favor
with the sporting section of the pub
lic, nnd It Is hoped thnt that arrange
ment Is carried out. Cordell has an
nounced that he Is willing to fight
"ull or nothing," and Sullivan, who
was seen Inst night, eagerly Inquired
If It were n fact that Cordell wanted
to light for the whole purse. On be
ing Informed that Joe Cohen was the
authority for the statement .Dlck
burst out with: "Winner tnke all!
Sure ,thafs my game. I'll fight Cor
dell next Saturday night on those
terms If ho reels Inclined. I did not
light up to my usual form last Satur
day, nnd don't know what was the
mntler. Next time I'll put up a dif
ferent scrap und will surprise Cor
dell." The probabilities are, however,
that the men will box on a pcrccnt
neg basis und that the winner will
get CO per cent nnd the loser 0.
The extra Inducement, as suggested
by Joe Cohen, In the shape of $100
bonus to the winner If a decision Is
arrived nt, should stir the two men
to greater efforts and make the fight
even better than that of Saturday
It wns wonderful the Interest tak
en on the big Island n the light;
everyone was on the Job -asking If
any news hnd come through by wire
less about It, and when the result
was known general Mitlsfnctlon was
felt over the fact thnt the scrap had
ended as It did.
Cordell has formed so many friend
ships In these Islands and Dick Is
such a favorite that people who did
not wager on the event would have
been Borry to sec clhtcr man de
feated. Mike Patton was such a success on
Saturday night that he was at once
asked to take on the Job of refcreo
again for the next scrap. MJke
knows nil about the fight game, and
the public can rest assured that with
him In the ring as third man a
straight fight and fair decision will
be In order.
Tho preliminaries have not yet
been arranged, but It In possible that
Kiunkiln will be seen In action with
somo other lightweight. Jack Mc
Faddcn has been suggested as a man
to go on with Franklin, and If Jack
was In .any kind of condition the go
should be n good one. Hut can Mac.
get Into good form on such short no
tice? Ccrtulnly two weeks' training
would make a big difference In his
condition, but Jack, has his Job to
look after and would not be ablo to
devote all his time to training.
If McFnddcn Is matched with
Kranklln he sure will leave no stone
unturned In his training stunts, und
should give the Antipodean the go
or his life.
Joe Cohen will get busy nt once
on the arrangements for the fight,
und It Is assured that the evening
will bo as good or even better, as fnr
a the preliminaries go, than lust
COUNTRY CLUB'S TEAM
PLAYS GOLF TOURNAMENT
Tho Country Club had Its usual
crowd on Monduy nnd the team golf
play was watched with greut Interest'
by everybody. There were numer
ous automobile puitles In evidence,
and the buss was ulto well patron
ized. Lunch watt served nt the club
house, nnd u good time was hud by
everybody. The result or the play
showed that Walker's team canic out
Willi a score of 12; Gill's 10; lluit
well's 8 and Armstrong's G.
The wt'uther was Ideal for golf
und full advantage was tuken by the
members or the perfect club nirango
ments. a a a
Tho Knllhl A. C. Is giving n lino
concert nnd dance at the K. of I.
hull next Saturday, and' tho affair
promlFes to be one of the best of the
kind held this em.
a a a
There will bo n meeting or tho
Honolulu Cilcket Club this niter
noon In the rooms1 or the Scottish
Thistle Club at ft o'clock . Some
tery Important buslnebs will bo con
sidered, nnd It Is requested that nil
members will attend.
Secretaries or other author-
lied reprcsentntlves of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be included In the
piogrnm. Address nil cotninu-
nlcutlons to tin Spor'lug Edl-
tor. i:venlnr H u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
July IS: Opening or Oahu
A PATRIA SOCIETY HELD
The annual basket picnic of the A.
Patrln Society was held at tho Pen
insula on Sunday last, und n most
enjoyable affair It was, too. A spe
cial train convccd a large number
of excursionists to the picnic ground
und the fnmily parties soon spread
over the beautiful lawns.
A program or sports wns run off,
and some exciting events were seen;
the running races were well contest
ed, nnd in fact all the different
stunts were very much enjoyed.
Dancing was In order, nnd pretty
well all day the seductive strains or
the merry wait and mote lively two
step were to be heard, A baseball
game was also plned and much In
terest was taken in the match. The
Concordia band was out In lull
strength, and the music wns much
appreciated by the picnickers. The
band, at the close of the day, played
the Portuguese national hymn, fol
lowed by the Star Spangled Manner.
Cheers were given lor the A Patrla
Society and for the Glorious Fourth.
I Count Canavarro, Hon. A. D. Cas
tro and Major Camara were noticed
among those present, nnd they took
the grentcst Interest in all the do
ings or tho day.
I The whole uffalr went off In great
style, and tho crowd seemed to havol
the 'time of their lives, and were
sorry when the time came to make
a stnrf'for home.
I Tho iprlncip.il officers or the A
Patrla Society are: President, V. O.
Fclxclra; secretary, A. P. C. Correa;
treasurer, J. C. Botisa. To these
must bo given the ciedl or having
arranged a fine outing nnd one thnt
will rank with the best ever given
by the well-known Portuguese society.
NO MORE PARKS ON
Kee,er Will Turn His
There will bo no more waterfront
parks. The doom or the little
green patches down among the
I wharves was sounded Inst night
when tho Supervisors voted to trans
fer the watorfiorit park keeper to
, Qulnn made the motion to take
nwny tho keeper, saying that ho hnd
advices to the effect that Superin
tendent of Public Works Marston
Campbell had announced his Inten
tion of taking the greater part of the
Hand now occupied by the water
, front parks In order to lengthen the
There wns cousldeiablo discussion,
but only In le the dlutilct in which
Muklki park might he situated.
There was not a Supervisorial cham
pion fur the little green spots along
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The remaining events or the Illlo
program which were run off nrtcr
the Mauna Kea had salted tor Hono
lulu with tho local peoplo nro to
hand; nt least some or them nre, and
the rest must have been abandoned
on account or the lateness of the
Tho three-quarters mile Hawaiian
breds, purse $250, was won by Major
Collier, who carried 121 pounds tn
victory, nnd thus once more estab
HfOied his superiority over Indigo
and Young Sam.
The three-quarters mile rrce Tor
nil, which carried a purse or $250,
was won by llanonlcn, who had the
light impost or 117 pounds to carry.
No result Is to hand as regards the
half-mile race for Japanese horses,
nor the last race on the program,
which was a free ror ull over a five
eighths mlie course. Tho probabili
ties uie that the race was called off
owing to darkness setting In.
Ilanonlca must have shown a
tasto ol her real form In the six fur
long race, und It will bo Interesting
to see what time she made over the
Poor old Indigo had no chance of
beating Major Collier at even
weights, and It Is about time tho
hnndlcnppcrs (If there nre any) got
wise to the fact. The same thing
happened on New Yeats' Day, when
Collier defeated tho good old horse
twlco in exactly the same manner, '
nnd now on the I'ourtb the act Is re
What Is wanted In Illlo Is a boaid
or control which .will bee that all the
events are run on time nnd thnt
Jockeys will appear In their right
colors, nnd not have to bo sent back
to the paddock to have the change
made. They also wont a proper
handicapping system, nnd most of
all, they want stewards who will
watch out tor crooked work nnd nt
once rule off horse, Jockey and own-'
er who Indulge In such practices.
The Judges wcro all right at' Illlo,
but they cannot see and hear every
thing that goes on; a corps or stew
ards could do so, and they would be
wise to all such runny little games
as were played at illlo on Saturday
nnd Monday last. I
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YEE CHAN & CO.,
Manager John Watt of Olaa made
a round-the-lsland trip on Saturday
last In tho remarkable time or 1G
hours and 5 minutes. The distance,
covered waB 253 miles, and ns tho
roads In spots were In bad condition
the record Is likely to stand ror many
n year to come.
The trip rrom Kona to Walmea was
fierce, tho roads being In very bad
older. However, taking It altogeth
er, tho roadbeds were fairly good.
Walmea was reached ta 2:35 and
Honokna at 3:30. Mr. Watt, who
was accompanied by Engineer Dun
tan of Olaa Mill, reports that ho met
with no mishap whatever und that
the whole trip was niado on 25 gal
lons ol gasoline. Three pints or
wnter only were consumed, and tho
tires showed no sign or the rough
usage they met on tho tour,
Tho mi to car used by the record
makers Is a four-cylinder machine
and has no battel les, Tho party
had a very lonely trip rrom tho 1887
flow, and, excepting n jackass, saw
no living creature for thirty miles,
a a a
Jack Cordell greatly ravors life
clean break etylo or fighting and
suys he is willing to liavo the next
go with Sullivan rought under those
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STODDARD DAY7 4
By Hour or Trio
Gt C. Beckley, Jr.
Tho peoplo nt Walkano celebrated
tho Fourth or July lu a very sutlsfac
.lory ttiuuutr. They had u program of
I canoe races, sack races, glils' races,
boys' races and races for the old men.
There wore lots of entries and loads
of tun for ull except the old men's
race No one nt Walkano would admit
being eligible for any such raco. Thero
was ohiclhlnv to eat and plenty of
ti'tnuoianoc dtlnks. It was, a Jolly
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