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Back At Present
Although nothing ueftlnto was set.
lied jostorday with refcrenco to
tho proposed second meeting between
Charlie Ilellly and Cullen. there wore
Indications taht such an event would
probably be pulled oft before long.
Jack Scully, who put up the last
boxing show, docs not feel able to
Increase the amount of the prize
money, and consequently there Is a
slight halt In tho proceedings, as the
principals arc said to have ex
pressed a wish for more dough.
When Scully pulled off the other
mntch he did not make anything out
of It, and It Is hardly likely that he
Is going to make the purse larger
nnd lose on the proposition.
A crcontnge basis would bo satis
factory to Scully, but the boxers
would rnthci have a guaranteed
amount. Tho show would be certain
to druw well, as everybody would
like to see the two clever light
weights at work again under a clean
Kcllly was around town the last
couple of da) s, and, beyond a dis
colored eye, Is is chirpy as ecr.
Cullen, too, has nothing about htm
to Indicate that he went through
such an active performance last Sat
urday night. In fact for such n
willing go the amount of damage
done to either one was remarkably
The general talk n round town Is
that the two lads should be brought
together again over the samel dls
tunce as before, but with a clean
break rule. Buch a contest should
be a 'most Interesting and exciting
one, and It would be hard to say, who
would win. Rellly would' have as
good a chance as the other man, and
a rnttllng good go should eventuate.
Franklin, If he trained for a
couple of weeks, should be able to
get another scrap with Terry, and
porhaps this time turn the tables on
tho Iroquois man. That go would
provide for tho preliminary, and an
other one could easily be made, be
tween Wnhllanl and the Artillery
man who Is looking for a match all
Is M a
Game- Was Good
Down the other side of tho Pali
good baseball Is played every Sun
day, and some of the best exhibitions
are put up by the Koolau team. Lust
week the Rainbow nine encountered.
the Koolau bunch ut Kaneohe, and
tho former team was defeated by a
score of 7 to G.
It was an Interesting gnmo, and
all the mountain side attended to
root for their favorites. Scott and
Sllva formed the battery for. the
Koolau team, and they did good
work right through the game.
Rcolly and Dreadnott acted as the
attack for the Rainbows, and they
became very excited as the gjaroe
progressed. Next Supday another
match will be played, and the Rain
bows declare that they are not going
to lose this time. The line-up of
both teams was as follows:
Koolau Silva, c; 8cott, p; Sllva,
lb; Tommy, 2b; Kukahlna, 3b;
Ilright, 88; Apa, rf; Ah Tong, cf;
Rnlnbow Welsh, ss; Bally, p;
Kalena, lb; Tom Dreadnott, c; Shiv
ering, 2b; Dan Kawal, 3b; David Q.
Dickey, cf r Ah Fat, rf.
Score by innings:
Rainbow 00200202 0 6
Koolau 00403000 7
Umpire John ricCabe.
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Noxt Sunday there will be another
mco for small boats, and tho wrens and
othor brands of dingheys will ysall
over tho same course as last Sunday.
A prlso has boon offered by W. Me-
Inerny, and tho winner of the raco will
get an order for a pair of yachting
Anybody who wishes to mako tho
trip to Kaena Point on the Hawaii and
have a good tlmo fishing, etc., while
tho package raco Is being pulled off,
had better communlcato with Commo
dore Wilder as soon as possible
8 8 B
Tho Town football team will practice
at Maklkl in futuio Instud of at tho
LfURiio grounds, '
Mr-Tor Sale" sard Bulletin'
Marathon Jackson Is reported to
have expressed his willingness to
run In the race next Sunday without
the use of oxygen. ,t That Is to say
If the other contestants do not wish
to fill up on the real thing that
makes a man's heart Ihjnk Its owner
Is a boy again, and, consequently',
oer-cxert the pump that drives the
circulation, much to (the detriment
or the man's health-Jster on In life,
Jackson will run unukslsted.
It Is to be tioped that'pono of tho
runners will turn to the tank for re
freshment and that. the race, be run (
as It should without any. unnat
ural help. On a .square basis, the
Marathon shoulcTbe a most' Interest
ing race and it Is hard to say which
runner will win. jj, j 1
The whole of the starters are men
who can run the distance easily,' and
some of them are capable of putting
up ver fast times over the course.
All the arrangements for, the race
are complete, and there should be a
hURc crowd at the. League grounds
on Sunday next. , TheJapanese sup
porters of Tsukamoto, the Hllo
champion,' wlll.be present In foue,
and the genernl opinion among them
is hat their miu will run much bet
ter on Sunday thirl he did Jn the
mcmoiablo race at the Athletic
The officials are all well-known
Honolulu men, and It, only remains
for the runners themselves to show and President 1. B. Joy In the exec
their best possible' form to make a utlve ork of the company. This ad-,
fine afternoon's sport certain. . jdltlon to tho Packard stall should bo
Antone Kaoo will, go very close to of great advantage,
riefontlnir tii. whnlo hunch nf Mir'i. Mr. Chalfant not only has the broad
thonrunnem, and'hls victory would
be verv tioiiular He haa run some
wonderfully fine races during the
past, and it would be good to see him
cap all his performances' with a Mar
ahton win. a .,
N St M
In Hard Practise
There was more football practice
at the Mague grounds yesterday aft
ernoon, and It was good to see the
vim tho pla) ore put Into the game.
Several new men turned out, and
among thm were Will Prestige. Kv
erett RUIinidson, Jim Coulter and a
couple of others. ' r
The men practiced signal work
and long punting; forward passes
nnd catches for marks were also
gone In for.( A general all around
Improvement Is to be noticed every
where, and the prospects of the Town
team defeating the Marines at their
next meeting seem better than they
have done for some time.-.
Prestige, who probably played
Rugby yeurs ago around the "Rocks"
district in Sydney, knows a deal
about tho American game and
showed that he Ib husky enough now
to hold his own wth most people.
The Marines were out at work at
Atkinson Park, and they, too, are
getting Into excellent condition for
their struggle against the Town
team next Sunday. week.
Sergeant Corey, who Is looking
after the half-wets and holding them
together In great style, is a first
class man at the1 game, and he la
leaving no sto,ne unturned to get bis
men fit for what he knows will be a
harder game than the last one played
against the Townles,
X M M
Local Red Cross
Yesterday afternoon the 'Red Cross
Society, Department of Hawaii, held
Us annual' meeting. In the Federal'
Court loom. Judge 8.' B.'"Dole was
re-elected president, Mrs. B, F. pll
lingham, vlco president; H.' M. yon
Holt, secretary; C. H.''Cooke, treas
urer, and J. R. Gait, auditor.
Tho executive committee was also
elected unanimously, The following
Is the result of the election: W. K.
Dillingham, J. A. Ruth, Miss Ida A.
Pope, Mrs. Dr. Cooper' and Major
Wadlmms. The finance commltteo
appointed by Judge Dole consists of
W. K. Dillingham, W. W. Hall and
W. K. Brown. '
The executive committee will
meet shortly to consider some pend
ing uffalrs connected with the Red
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Local and Coast
Now that Honolulu has been supplied
with a real "rubbor nock" wagon, the
people who do not, as a rule, do much
automoblllng, are taking rldos on tho
Rapid sight seeing machine.
The car, which was Imported by tho
von Hamm-Young garage, has been
around town a lot, and aa it can com
fortably carry twenty passongers, u
merry party can get together for a
trip. On Bunday noxt tho Kapld Is go
ing for a run around tho Island and at-
I ready thcro has been a big ruBh for
Manager Odell, of the Associated
Oarage, did not receive any earn b)
the last steamer from the Coast, but
on the Lurllne and Siberia expects to
get a big shipment of automobiles.
Down at tho Bchuman garage all Is
bustle and shipments of cars aro com
ing In all tho llmo. The favorlto K. M.
V, make Is being sold all over the
group and Is much admired by every
one. Mr. Edward P. Chalfant, has resign
ed as manager of tho Association of
Licensed Automobile Manufacturers to
Join the forces of the Packard Motor
Car Company, of Detroit. He will oc
cupy his new position about June 1.
This Is the second time within a short
period that a manager of the A. L. A.
M. has retired from that association
to become associated with tho Packard
, Company. :
About a year ago, that well harmon
ised and efficient organisation was
reinforced by Mr. M. J. Budlong, then
manager of the A. I.. A. M., previous
ly president of the Electric Vehlclo
Company, and who Is now presldont
of the Packard Motor Car Company
of Now York, the metropolitan Pack
ard selling company.
Mr. Chalfant will be located at the
faetory In Detroit, where he will as
sist Qeneral 'Manager S. D. Waldon
' experience 'which haV'xesultoA.Jroni
worn ai ine neaa 01 .me A. I A,
M., but also long previous experienco
4d thp manufacturing end of the blcy
cle and automobile trades. For sev-'
era! years prior to his connection with
the A. U A. M. he waa sales manager
of the Waltham Mfg. Co , of Waltham.
8 H M
Detroit is not as downcast as
might be expected over the result
of the world's championship base
ball series. Three pennants in a
row Is considerable glory.
Neither Tigers, club ofncluls, nor
tho Detroit public-' .concede that tho
j-iruies nave anyinwg on tne Ame
rican league champions. The close
fight," they say, proves It. Jennings
thinks that had- the weather been
warmer, so that Donovan could have
worked again, or Mullln had not
oeen worn oui oy nmgmg two sucn
strenuous games as he did In freez
ing weather, the result w.ould have
been different. The fans add some
thing to this and assert that If Jen
nings had used Wlllett In one of the
games that Summers fooxled or der
rlcked Summers for "Wlllett In ei
ther contest before It was Irretriev
ably lost, the series would have been
Detroit's by four games to one.
That the 1908 or 1807 Cubs would
have made an easy clean up with ei
ther the Tigers or Pirates Is the
conservative opinion of the closest
students of the three world's series
Uiat have been played here. No ex
pressions of disloyalty to the Tigers
M M H
This afternoon at Alexander Field
tho Oahu College and High School sec'
ond football elevens will meet In a
ganjo , Play will start at 3 o'clock and
there will be no charge made at the
There will bo a meeting of the Oahu
Baseball League tomorrow evening at
7:30 o'clock, and all members aro re
quested to bo present as Important
matters are to come up for considera
tion. a n tt
There will ba a bicycle race at Ka
plolanl Park on November U between
Addison. Blsho. and Simpson Decker.
The distance will be five miles, and a
close and oicltlng raco should eventu
Little Willie Say, Pa, did yon
ever see a mummy?
Pa Yes, my son.
Little Willie What did It look
- I P Like a dried apple on a largo
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TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENINO, N0VEIIBER 0.
BEATS ARE ON SALE AT BEROSTR0M MUSIC STORE.
Ibices ., $1.00, ?5, 50, 25 cents
League B.B. Grounds
1:30 ?. H.
AND FRIDAY '
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Three Niehti of the Week
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK.
Admission 10, 15 and 25 Cents
.NEW DANCE HALL.
MAKALAPUA JUNIOR GLEE CLUB
will open tonight
K. P. HALL.
Admission lOe. Dances 5c.
Ladies free. -
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Admittedly best for gen
Better now than ever."
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AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 HOTEL STREET.
For home entertainment.
BERGSTROM MUSIO CO., LTD.
Levy's for Groceries
ARMSTRONG & VERNE
WISE & MILTON COMPANY
A Big Vaudeville Show
REAL SINOERS REAL DANCERS
NEW MOVING PICTURES.
Reserved Scats . . .10 nnd 20 cents 1
Seats on sale ThundamorninR. t.
Fort Street Below Bcrcternia
Open Every Afternoon nnd Evening.
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5.
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10:30.
MICS EMMA WIENER
Champion Lady Skztcr cf the World.
ADMISSION ISc; Skates, 15p
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Musio by.Kawaihan Glee Clnb.
Furniture Co., Lt&fi
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