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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1909.
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BY V. 1. BTEVENSOH.
Cul len And Reilly
Do Battle Tonight
Tonight tho much vexed question
ns to whether Chnrllo Itcllly or Dick
Cullcn Is tho bolter man will bo set-1
!..! An.l KottlPil It will be without
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doubt, as both the men will bo oui
i iur ui'vn. tt.iu
It will be a real
lougli go wmio It lasts,
llellly feels very confident that ho
can win from tho much traiolcd Cul
Ion, hut quite n number of pcoplo
Imagine thnt Charlie Is going up
agnlnst his Waterloo this evening nt
I the Alohn Park.
I The fact that Cullen spent a year
In Australia nnd met and defeated
some of tho best men thero rather
Inclines pooplo to. think thnt Charlie
llellly will havo to fight tho best ho
knows to huvo n look-in with Dick.
Tho prollmlnnrlcs will be good,
too, and thnt between Richards and
Coylp should bo willing enough to
p!cato tho most critical fan. Terry
nnd Franklin will box for six roundB,
and the lad from tho Iroquois will
mako things Interesting whilst ha is
In tho ring.
Tho feeling around town Is thnt
there "111 be n fine night's sport lit
tho Alohn Purk this evening and
thnt tho fans will be treated to some
of tho best scrapping seen In this i
city for a long time.
All tho arrangements nre com
plete as legards the theater, and tho
Park will be very comfortable now
thnt It Is roofed with canvas. The
omclnls for tho boxing contests aro
all selected and tho nnmes Instill
confidence. In tho public. Mlko Pat
Ion la referee, and a hotter man It
would- be Impossible to dig up any
v. here. Ho will stand for no non
sence nnd will give a decision Jut
ajE.helhlnks ami knows to bo right."'"
Hilly Warhaiii will bq announcer,
and his voice will ring through the
ahdltorlum like a megaphone. Uert
Ilowcrs, who will handlo tho clockr,?
will bco that the. seconds are tlcktod'
off correctly and that tho men don't
have to stay In thq ring more thn
tho proper length of time. f
Tho tickets nre going off wclf far
the show, nnd, as the half-d6)lar
scats are Just as good ns the moro c,x.
penstvo ones, thefo should bo a hltgo
crowd of fight fmiB present nt 8:30
tonight, when the first preliminary
Is stnrtod. ' " '
As far as the main event goes, Cul
len would seem o have a trlflo'ovor
Hollly, nnd If Dick is as good as ho
was when ho beat Hock Koyei, ho
should win. ' ''
a xt n
When the 'College of Hawaii and
Punahou teams" step onto the foot
ball field this afternoon there should
bo a big crowd of fans settled'
around the s'ldo lines of the Alexan
der field. v
Tho gamo will start at 3:3b
o'c)ock, and, although tho Punahou
team will bo much lighter than
their opponents, the match should
be a very Interesting one.
The College will be minus the
services Of Jay Kuhns, who Is suf
fering from a sprafned shoulder. Ills)
uroinor, However, will be In tho
gnmo nnd will endeavor to uphold
tho honor of the llamakua district.
Chi Hut will, ns usual, do good
work for his sldo, and his sturdy fig
ure will bo seen plowing through
tho opposing team.
I Judgo Woodruff and Dr. Hobdy
arc' to act as officials, and as the
former Is an old-time athlete him
self ho will no doubt enjoy tho game
us much as anybody,
Tho rooters havo been working
overtime so" as to have tholr voices
In good order, nnd, no doubt, thoy
''Will stir up the atmosphere 'a lot
and do stuntB that will amusn every
Tho afternoon promises to
bo flno, nnd ns tho .Alexander field
is an Ideal football cround thn came
siiould lo much enjoyed by overy-.body.-
n a tt
Thero was a lino practice of the
Town teum of footbnllerB out at the
league grounds yesterday afternoon.
A full compliment of players turn
ed out and tho team showod that
tlioy aro In fine fettle for their
lumen iiKumni inu marines lomor-
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,Oahu League Play
XJO.ll J. U111U11UW
Tomorrow afternoon the
Ilnseball League will start up again
In tho second series. Last Sunday'
only ono gamo of the league proper
. , L . It.- ,! '
was piayea, uui umiurrow mo ivau -
"is will once more iui in n appear
, mice and play tho Marines.
Tho other gamo Is between tho
Chinese and the J. A. C. nine, and
it should bo a goo done. Tho Japs
-aon the championship of the first
series, but tho C. A. C. combination
has been strengthened by the addl-
tlon of En Sue and, Raymond Hoe
and will now play better ball than
En Sue, who hns .playod In the'
best of company. Is, as fast as they
are made, and It is a treat to see
him running1 bases. He covers the
ground like a flash hon the signal
to steal Is given. . v
..u ,a7cu a ... . u... over ... nrtcics for a fight for the heavy
Jnnnn undlft well nn. Jn thn ftnnr -.. . .; . . -ir-
points of the game. The C. A. C.
V ... -.-,- ----
bunch should make the Jap's look to
their lnuiols, tomorrow.
The Marines want a catcher bad
ly, ns Anderson's finger Is putting
him oui of the game. It may be that
Loulo Soares will ba seed In the
Game before, long,
D B It
. j.i ,'uie comesi wun me present noiaer
Soccej football Is going to boom n... .t.i. .... ..!..... ... .
tnis season forjsure. and tho meet-
'" ',hnt wnsTfiotd last plght at the
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i..g mm. wnsrynoia msi nigni ai too
Beoltlsh thlstje Club Is an indlca-
tlon of Withlng are. gojpg to be
this vearC ' ' "'
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1 uej, ..y-CTiog ., Mow. enmusi-
ast c, .smineveryliody wuii.keen on
tho garde btingipushcji Ahead- as fast ,
u:,uBii.uMwiar F',of the sports. Johnson, On the diner
e. Tho principal business hand( lt much iMik by ln8 wnlte
Ignlng of the players.i flni-1 people, and It will please all of them
; a. . .. ... . .. . .
lag out how mapy teams will . be
pUylng, and settling 'the plates
whero the matches will be pulled off.'
, Probably five teams wilt be played
In tho competition, and, trier will be
Tamom! Heads, I Punahous, High
Bchool, Mnlles and a team from the
Y. M. C. A. This bunch of teams
should piovlde somo fine soccer, and
It Is ,lo be hoped that all tho above
named clubs do take part in the
(in co the soccer players get going
In proper style, a great deal of In
terest will bo revived and some ex
hibitions of tho popular game given.
The secretary, J. B. Walker, of Pea
cock & Co., la anxious to hear from
the captains of the different teams,
and on Friday night, ndxt tho execu
tive committee will meet at the
Thlsilo Club and acliilOn the vari
ous captains' rcporU. I
The officers of the year are J, H. I
Piddes, president; J, "Mi .Macconnel,
vice president; H. O. IJaJlcy, treas
urer; J. II. Walter, sccfetarj; Bam
u n U '
To Be Sailed
Bm.ill bout sailing will attract a
numbor of people to tho waterfront
tomorrow afternoon, and J less
than Ave of tho miniature craft will
be In the race. '
The Wrens tre coming Into favor
a lot, and It remains to be seen II
they cannot turn the tables on the
Pearl und her sister boat. 1
Prises of a serviceable nature
havo been seleeted, or rather the
winner can take an order to E. O.
Hall & Sons nnd obtain anything In
the wny of supplies that he may
need for his boat, up to three dol
Thero has been a heavy swell late
ly, and near the' entrance to the bar
linr Dm Hen has been very chonny.
Th. lnl In thn raco tomorrow wilt
nnvo t0 10 caroful when rounding
the outside marks, or else some ot,
the skippers will have to take a dip
In tho briny,
Tho men who are Interested In
small craft sailing are vory proud of
their hookers, and the keenest In
terest Is taken In every phase of
tho game. Other men are becoming
Interested and the fleet ot Wrens Is
slowly but surely getting large.
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ness office. These are the teloprin
'numb.r. of the Bulletin office.
At Athletic Park
This evening at the Athletic Park
the much talked of fireworks exhl
bltlon will be given, and, as the
artists who are to 'run tho show are
about.the best In. their tine of busi
ness, the display should be as good
as ever seen 'here or on the main
land. The set pieces will be triumphs,
i. net tho outlines of men-of-war and
IP of other sort moving along- as
were tho real thing will ns
ttonlsh anrono who has never seen
Oahu'.ucj, sights. r
The Athletic Park Is an Ideal place
for a fireworks show, and tho high
fence will not allow of much tree
. . .
On November 3 the
iftll It !! tie IU1 IITU M1CI Ill-V IU ..
Japanese residents of Honolulu, ana
k M.II, ft .. ......, ... .am, i lh.
they will carry out a big demonstra
tlon In honor of the Mikado,
All sorts of sports, such as wrest-
ng, broadsword fights and other
stunts will be brought off on tho
great Nipponese day, and It goes
without saying that a big crowd will
attend tho cetobrntlon. ,
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JCIl WcUUS Dig
, Side Wsfetir
NKW YOUK. Oct.'sS.-tWhen tho
weigni cnampionsnip were uoing
signed today between Jim Jeffries
and Jack Johnson, the former offer
ed to place a bet of twenty thousand
dollars on the result as n sldo wager
with Johnson. Tho negro refused
to cover the money.
Jim Jeffries has not only agreed
to box Jack Johnson, but came
through with an offer 'to bet 120,000
that he will defeat the smoko. The
above cable Informs tho world of
I how the big bollermakcr feels about
w, lliv u,,u B VIIWMIl'lUllD.l.y, null I
woul() p3T tnat Jm foelg conn.
dent thllt no Mn ,k jonwioni Ana
dent thlt no Mn ,k johlllloni Ana
Jt ,Mo ooho,d thiuto flMn pto
doe, get tt good and hardtfom Jeff,
r.u .. .. ..
'd Peter Jackson was also -a
ntgni but- h, w ft gentleman at I
heart, and m adod hv vr nno I
of the suoru. Jolmton. hi. ti,i rilKir
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It Jolt flops htm out In short order.
1 Bulletin BuatnsM OBea note 9W
MIm KditoriM Asm IU.
Grand Exhibition of
- AH Set Pieces
Set. No. 1. The Gate of Pearls
Displays the Amerietn and Jap
anese flags, with words "Wel
come" and "CongratulatioM on
the Opening of the Exhibit."
Set. No. 8. The Odoai of the Apri
Set No. 8. Golden Vehioles in Con
fusion Displays ten or more
vehioles on fire and twenty or
' more willows suddenly emerg
ing into view in a state of con-
. fusion. ' '
Set No. 4. Butterflies and the Flow
ers Displays butterflies play
ing at the golden flowers.
Set No. 8. Willows and the Fire-
cs flies. ,
Set. No. 6. Imitation Battlefleld.
Set No. 7. Changes in Colon Dis
plays several 'hundred lights
undergoing Ave incoessive trans
formations in color.
No. 48. Umbrella Fire Dis
plays -the emblems ot the Gen
and Hei elans W ancient fame
and the expanded tail of the
Set. No. 9. 4 Bees in Confusion,
Displays several, thousand angry
bees firing in, confusion.
Set. No. 10. String of Pearlsi-Dis-plays
several hundred multicol
ored balls of Are. ,
Set. No. 11. Umbrella in a drizzling
shower ot rain. . ,, , , ,
Set. No. 12. (Jherry.littiomi Jsti Me
Morning Sun. Displays the
word "Goodbye'' in ft field of
Honolulu Athletic ParK,
OCT. 30, 1909.
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