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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.SH FRIDAY, OCT. J, 1809.
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Reilly-Cullen
, Fight Talk
If anyone who doubted tho genuine
ross'of tho coming boxing match bi
tweon Dick Cullcn and Charllo Kcllly,
had been present at the strenuous
meetings which were hold, at any old
tlmo from 6: 30 to 0:30 yesterdny even
ing, tho skeptic would havo been quick
ly convinced that the fight on Satur
day night Is going to bo Just about tho
lest ever pulled oil In Honolulu.
Tho session started Just before tho
regular dinner hour, and It won n hun
gry bunch of newspapermen and sports
that gathered In Promoter Scull ' of.
flco. t
Everybody thought that the selec
tion of a referee to take charge of the
match on Saturday night would bo
a very simple affair, and that tho mat
ter would bo settled In short order.
Much therefore was tho surprlso when
It was found that Culloii was deter
mined to havo Dick Sullivan as third
man In the ring, white Rollly stood
out plump and plain for Mlko aPton.
Nclthor boxer would give way to the
other, and although there was no seri
ous objection to either of tho suggoet
cd referees, Cullcn and Rellly became
very obstinate and would hot usreo tn
cne of tho two
Then as thero seemed no chume ol
getting elthel Paton or Sullivan as
referee, other i.ames were suggested
but with tho excoption of ono gentle
man who could not be proyatled Upon
to act, tho boxers would not consider
tho possibility fvany of them ictlug.
Then things began to got u lutlo
warm and tho prospects of seeing en
impromptu go viinuyi giuTea vuuiua
bright. Tbcso two oung moti are
very erancst about their coming dis
pute, which Is to bo settled on Satur
day night at tf.e Aloha Theater, and
Manager Scully, having no wish to
provide a fro fchow last night ad
journed the meeting till a later hour.
Then tho bunch wandered around
and discussed tho proposition from ev
ery point of view, but there did not
seem to bo any way out of the difficul
ty. Tho prospects of tho light belrg
abandoned appeared fair, and gloom
settled down on tho sporting fraternity.-
At 9 o'clock the argument was ro-
fcumed In thp office but things seemed
to be tn Just tho samo stato as before.
Each man wanted to know why tho
other fellow hung out for his man aj
a referee, And no satisfactory answer
was vouchsafed.
Everybody got tired of'tho endless
repetition of tho samo old remarks,
and at last It was suggested that tho
two principals toss up to see who sel
ected the referee.
Doth the lightweights agreed to this
and up went the coin. "Headc" called
Rtllly, and sure enough he named the
wlnnor. Cullen looked disappointed.
but good little sport that he Is, said,
' Well, ihat settles tho question."
Now that Mlko Paton Is selected to
toforco the match for tho lightweight
championship of tho Inlands, It may be
mentioned tor tno ucnent or tno now-
comers to Hawaii not, that tho genial
Ron of Erin has had much experience
In ring work, and, at ono time, was
champion of tho Far East. Mike boxed
all over China, Indeed some people
think he founded tho ancient and hon
orable order of tho Boxers.
faton has roforeed boxing con testa
in China, Manila and Japan. Ho Is
thero with the goods, and Is much
trusted by Honolulu sports. His deci
sions havo always given satisfaction
In this city, and he has had some very
close things to docldo.
The two men who are to do battle on
Saturday night will weigh within a
pound or two of each other, and tho go
should be ono of the bost over pulled
oft here.
As to tho wlnnor It Is hard to say.
Cullon Is a man with a record that
anyone could bo proud of, and tho fact
that ho knocked Hock Koycs out
xhows what sort of a man he Is with
tho gloves. Charlie Rellly Is going up
against an old warrior at the game,
bnd certainly about the toughest prop
osition ho has bumped into so far tn
bis career.
Tho men will box straight queens
terry rules, and tho contest should bo
a most exciting one. Doth men have
ceased work and both look In fine con
dition. Professor Dob Ross has Rellly
In splendid form, and feels confident
lhat his charge can wn,
Tho preliminary bitween, Tranklln
and Terry should bd ft good' one too;
the two men are ready to box and are
SPORTS
Oahu League fo
Boom Once More
At a meeting o,ho Qahu Baseball
League, which was held fast night,
much of tho plllkla tb'at has been wor
rying tho officials 6i tho' league was
removed. ...
Thero was a large attendance of the
club members and President Qulnh
was In the chair."' A. l,JVlerra, who
was unablo to bo present owing to a
cut foot, waa represented by' Marcal
llno. Manuel Moses appeared for tho
Kallhls, and ho put In a lint of names
of players who, are to play for his
team. Nino men havo left the club
and seven now ones havo been added.
Tho C. A. C wero allowed to take
In two new men, also In the place of
men they have tbst owing to their re
turn to China. En Sue, the well kno
fast runner, was one qt the pair and
Raymond Hoe the"olhcr. These men
will be an acquisition to the Chinese
nine and will make good sure.- '
The Marines, through their repre
sentative. Sergeant Davis, were told
to go ahead and got a new catcher.
Whom tho half-wtatW.ill capture la
not at present known. ',.'"'
Thn Dnhll fPAffllA Rppmrn Irt hn nnrit
more' going to booth as" t did 'in the
prat scries, andlf'tfo'sama class of
ball Is nut un by tho teams, there Is
no reason why the crowds "should not
be as big aa ever they wore In the
past. "' '
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Surf Riding Film l
Go To Coast
Surf rldlngfls such a popular sport !
)n Hawaii that nearly everybody doe,
at some tlmo or another., hike out to
the Walklkl beach and,, (keif grab .a
surf board and endeavor to do the
famous Freeth stunts, -
The greatest Interest Is taken In Ihe
sport now a days, and, where a few
years ago, there may hive been a cop-
pie of expertM at the same, now there
are dozens of youngsters, of'all colors
ho can not only ride a surfboard but
can also do stunts such as standing
on their heads, and turning hand
springs off tho narrow board as It
rushes In toward the shore on tho crest
of a huge wave, V, r ,
Bonlne, tho moving picture man, has
somo wonderful films, take'u, at Walkl
kl; and when the ptcturea.pf the surf
riders aro shown on the screen the
audience Boated noar the-stage- havo
boon seen to duck aa tho waves bear
ing the surfboard rldcrjvll onward.
Bonlno's pictures are going to the
Coast, where they should cause a sen
sation and open the eyes of people to
the possibilities of acquatlc sports In
Hawaii. , ,b, ,,
The volcano picture, which Is
nnjque, will also be shown on the. main
land, and the conaeqmnce' should be
that a lot of tourists will direct their
footsteps IrTouf direction.
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Good Football
Game on Sunday.
On Sunday afternoon at the League
grounds the Town and.Mirtne football
teams will try conclusions. The game
promises to be a really good ono and,
from the look of.thlnga the Town
bunch aro going to be up against It
when thoy tackle the Marine.
Tho half-wot will have a secret slg
ral practice this afternoon and Intond
to fix up somo stunts that 'will keep tho
civilians guessing. Corey, their cap
lain, has gqt his team well In hanjl,
and all the men are In fine condition
and ready for a real hard struggle ,'
Tho Town team wjll b up against
the real thing on Sunday, and to win
will have to do better than they did
when playing the High School. Billy
Campbell, the capialn, o( the Town
team, was Injured In tne'Scnool match,
and Is out of tho game, HI place will
bo taken by Sumner, who will act as
captain' on Sunday,
Thero should be a goodialied crowd
out at the grounds on Sunday although
the Athlotlc Park will ho In full swing
also. ,J",V!p'.?
fttttM
u n n tn n u u u n m a a a
willing enough. ''Richards and Coylo
bhould also put up a good scrap. As
far as the Rellly and Cullen go, may
tho best man win without room for
doubt, -t
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Bulletin BoaintM Oit Phraa SM,
Bulletin Editorial Bom Phone 18&
Matched Soon
James Jeffries and Jack Johnson
will sign (articles and fix a adte tor
the world's championship very soon
now. This afternoon the cable may
Inform us of the fact that the dl
for the great contest Is settled uon.
Ever since Tommy Burns went
down In defeat to the negro the
sports of 'the world have been ask
ing one question, and thai la "Will
Jeff fight the nigger?"
At first the 'big bollermaker
swore that he would ntver fight
again and some people actually be
lieved him. Then Jeff saw tho mon
ey to be made In the theatrical game
and Relied the opportunity and got
Into the line of dough raising.
The public clamored for a Jeffries-Johnson
match, and now It ap
pears as If they will be satisfied and
that the two best boxers on earth,
at present, will shortly go up
against one another.
It will be a contest of giants, as
both men will probably weigh tnoro
than 200 pounds, and, although Jeff,
rles has been out of the game tor
almost five jears, It Is the hopo of
moat petfple that he flattens out
"Dearie" In short order,
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New Gymnasium
Opened Last Night
Down at the Palama Settlement last
i Ight the big new gymnasium, baths
and bowling alley, were formally
opened. A tremendous crowd attend
ed the function and everybody enjoyed
themselves.
Tho gymnasium Is a flno one and
ono of tho largest In the Territory. It
Is will fitted up with all the appliances
of an up-to-date athlotlc Institution
and, besides these, Is arranged for
basketball as well.
On the ground floor arelho bowling
alleys and swimmlng-'iool the latter
being twenty-five byfty feet In site.
A. rowing machine la Installed here.
'and Hiwlll assist In developing. th
muscles of lhey0ung,peol1evwhb at-'
tend the gymnasium. (
The Palama Settlement gymnasium
should prove to be a great succe and
help out a lot In the work that Super
intendent Rath la doing In hi psrt of
the city.
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emb Ixpleded Near Church. Ms
bqn, Oct If. A bomb waa exploded In
front of the church of St. Louis early
today. The windows In residence
adjacent were shattered. '
AMTJBZMljni
Grand Exhibition of
Fireworks
v All Set Pieces
Bet. No. 1. The Gate of Pearls
Displays thf Atrica and lap
. mm lap, with worib "Wei-
eotn"and "ConfrtkJatioat on
the Openint; of the Exhibit."
Set, No. t. The Odoni of the Apri
cot Flowers.
Set No. 3.j Golden Vehicle in Con
fusion Displays ten or more
vehicles on Are and twenty or
more willows suddenly emerg
ing into view in a state of con
fusion. Set No. 4. Butterflies and the Plow
era Displays butterflies play
ing at the rolden flowers.
Set No. 5. Willows and the Fire
flies. Set. No. 6. Imitation Battlefield.
Set No. 7. Change in Colon Die.
play I, several hundred light
undergoing Are suooetiive trani
formationi in colon.
Set. No, .8. Umbrella Fire Dis
plays the emblemi of the Gen
and Hei clan of ancient fame
and the expanded tail of the
peacock.
Set. No.' 9. Beet In Coifuiion
DUplayi several thousand angry
beei flying in confniion.
Set. No. 10. String of Pearl Dis
playi several hnndred multicol
ored ball of ire.
Set. No. 11, Umbrella in a dritxUng
shower of rain.
Set. No. 18. Cherry llouomi in the
Morning Sun. Display the
word "Goodbye" in a field of
cherry blostomi.
Honolulu Stic Park
SATURDAY EVENING,
OCT. 30, 1809. (
AT 8 O'CLOCK P.JK?
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Prices of Admission. . . .60o, 25c, 15c
AMUSEMENTS.
BOXING!10"
ALOHA PARK
SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 8:30 P. M.
RELLLY
CULLEN
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII.
10 Round
Weight 18J Founds.
Preliminaries
KID FRANKLIN vi. KID TERRY
Six Rounds. Weight 188 Pounds.
LINREY RICHARDS vs. JIM COYIE
Four Rounds. Weight 166 Pounds.
PRIORS.
BkffkU S200
Rawmd Stat 1.00
Craaerml Adulation 00
Honolulu
Athletic Park
SUNDAY, OCT. 31.
1:30 P. M.
X. A. C. ti. U. S. M. C.
Seati 10e, 15o, 25c I
At the
LeagueB.B.GrountJsFancy Satin
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SUNDAY,
NOVEMBER
1:30 rr.
7, 1909.
fNTERNATIONAL MARATHON
Entriet.
Tnkuuto
llftl Jackson
Anton Kaoo
C. X. Charlie
DalFahy
County Hayet
ART THEATER
"Love Will Find A
Way"
Chant
MONDAY.
WXDXSSDAY
AND FRIDAY
ADMISSION A8 USUAL.
THE BONINE
Three Nit bit of the Week
TUESDAY, THURSDAY,
ATUJLUAX.
AT 7:80 O'CLOCK.
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cent
Steinway
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO 00.
156 HOTEL STREET.
Phono 718.
TUNING GUARANTEED.
Victor
Talking Machine
For home entertainment.
BEEOflTBOM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Paoiflo Club.
Offioe Hour From 10 to It: from
to 4; from 7 to 8.
8UNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. OBce, 590. Residence, 1460.
LATEST MILLINERY
New itylei
being shown.
MISS POWER.
Boston Bldg. Fort Street.
1185 editorial room 256 bull
nSssefflc. ThtM ar. th Ultphon.
number of th iullstln office.
AMUSEMENTS.
Will reopen
TONIttHT
with
ARMSTRONG & VERNE
and
WISE & M1IT0N COMPANY t
A Big Vaudeville Show
REAL SINOERS REAL DANCERS
REAL COMEDIANS
NEW MOVING PICTURES. '
General Admission
5 Cents
Reserved Seats
. 10 and 20 cents
Seats on sale Thursday morning. '
Princess Rink
Open Every Afternoon
And Evening
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10.30
Exhibition of
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15c: Skate, 18o
EmpireTheatre
Motion
Pictures .
Park Theater-
Fort Street Below Beretania
Moving Pictures
and
Vaudeville
Change!
MONDAY;
WEDNESDAY
AND FRIDAY
NEW IDEA
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Ste.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admiuion lOe. Ladie Free.
Music by Kawaihau Glee CInb.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
FASHIONABLE TAILOR. '
Buiineu Suits for $25.
Hotel St.
FINEST FIT
tad eloth of A-l quality can be pur
chased from
SAINO CHAIN,
McCANDLESS BLDG.,
O Rat Ml Tulnnhnn till
OWL s
5-CENT CIGAR ,.
M A( Gmist & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
In Burnt Leather
at
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Woman's Exchange
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