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BY V. L. STEVEKSOH.
Boxing Talk And
Yesterday afternoon at tho Orphcum.
Dick Culleti started In to work for his
match with Charlie Ilcllly. The man
who took the title from Itellly Is In
lalrly good shape now and needs veiy
little work to get him fit and well.
Terry, as usual. Is sparring partner
for Cullen and tho Iroquois lad Is In.
1 roving a lot. Thu "Kid" is n lltt e
Are eater from away back, and If he
would only study the etiquette of tho
boxing ring would soon become u fav
orite with the fans.
In polite ring society It Is not con
sldcrcd quite the proper tiling to kick
mir vIh-iivIh especially If ho linn
slipped to tho ground from the effects
of n hook to the Juw and Is snowline
no signs of reviving. '
However, In the heat of the moment
tho "Kid" forgot himself, mid If given
another chance In the preliminaries on
November 21. will 'no doubt prove that
ho Is as decent u young fellow ihirlng
a tight as he Is before and after one,
Charlie Itellly, ulthoiigh fond of tholes cup, which wits won by the Portu
Marine Camp us training quarters,
llnils the placo too far away In wet
weather. Professor Hob Itoss, w:ho
again Is taking care of Kellly'B train
ing, has been on the look-out tor a
decent place up town somewhere,
Tho first placo suggested happened
to belong to one of thu bunch that u
u I Iter In thu Pacific Monthly mugnzlus
has nlluded to as "missionaries." anil
lloss,-uot being awaro of tho fact, put
bis foot In it when hu visited the own
er and nuked permission to use the
room for thu purpose of training u
prize lighter. Wow! What sort of a
reception did thu professor getT It
was sklddoo, 23, hook It, for Hot), and
when he met the man who suggested
the location, tho professor had a few
icmarks to make: "What sort of a
guy are ou anyhow; I though the
Kiilney was a fun of the game, but
bllmo hu wouldn't stand for tho speed
for n minute. It was mo for the tall
timber, quick and lively."
However, Jim Thompson came to the
lescuo, and his old business placo on
Alakea street has been secured for
training quarters nud Chnrllu Itellly
will do his stunts there.
Charlie means to win this time, and
nu ho Bhoncd in the previous match
thnt ho Is clever enough for anybody.
It Is probable that under tho clean
break rule he will even things up with
tho older man.
It was anybody's fight up till the
seventh round nt Aloha Park, and If
the scrap had ended then, Itellly had
the go on polntB. Uut a great, change
took place lifter Charlie's lump was
doused, andithcn Cullen got In tho lea'd
Tho next contest will bo closer, and
It Is difficult to sum up the chances of
tho men. Dazed and nil as ho was for
seven I omuls, Itellly managed to stall
through without getting thu coup du
grace, and he showed tho utmost gamo
iiubs to tho finish.
In u clean break affair, barring any
lucky punch from either man, tho fight
rhould bu a beauty, and both men
would appear to have an equal chance
I-ast night at tho Palama gymnasium
r. flue gumo of baseball wan played be
tween the homo team and tho Y, M. C.
A. nine. It resulted In a win for the
Pnlnmas by n score of 18 to 1G,
Dr. Hand and James Nott acted as
I umpires, and proved to bo great refer
ees anil their decisions wore always
Arthur Parker went in tho box for
tho Palamas, after a now twlrler had
been swatted nil ovorthp placo and a
lot of runs scored. by thu Y. M, C. A.
After tho chnngu was mado tho game
started to go tho way of tho Palamas
oud they began to get men homo over
tho plate In rapid order,
Tho gamo was much enjoyed by both
spectators and players und the root,
ing was it thing of Joy to listen to. The
Palamas Chlnlto, c.; Arthur Par
ker, p.; Klnunut, lb.; Win, HoapllU
.'o.; Millies, 3b.; Ah Kwong,
Oeoruo Kealoha, rf.; Jlvo, cf.; Loka
und II. Akl, If.
Y. M, C. A. V, Tinker, c: O. Mills,
I p.; K. Long, lb.; L. Isaacs, lb.; A,
. Sllva, 2b.; II. Klcumio 3b.; It. lien
, nuy, SB,; McOuIro, rf.; A, Auerbach
cr.; I,. Itosa, If.
185 editorial rooms 256 ,bui,
iic. unite. nets ire m,.ioepnon
numosra o: too Oullttln offlc.
There was a meeting of the Oahu
Daseball League last night ond a
good number of tho members rolled up'
to It, It was decided that the two
games which were scheduled for last
Sunday, and which were postponed on .
ucrount of the Marathon race, would
not be played next Holiday. Inil ut the
end of the season.
Consequently the Knnies to bo played
f.n Sunday next will lie C. A. C. vh. Ka
llhls, and J. A. C.s s. Murines. Uoth
lliould bu good anil Hltlioimli Clll Uul,
the Chinese catcher has Injuied liliti-
self through ralllnic oft his blocle.
nd won't be uble to play, the C. A. C.s
have uot a good man to tnko his placo
mid Ah Toon will act as catcher,
f.oulo Soarcs, who caught lor All'lla-
,wnll, will catch Olbson for the Mar-
lues, and the combination Is a strong
one. The genial Ulbble Is feeling welt
i.owadays und will be there with the
goods on Sunday for sure.
During the afternoon the McCnnd-
guese Athletic Club, will be presented
by Mayor Fern to the winners of the
Thu sense pf the meeting last night
was thnt thu sports meeting that wus
being worked up for Thanksgiving Day
juliouM be abandoned, and the football
plaers lett witn n free nami to attend
to their favorite sort,
On Sunday at the Athletic Park
theie should be the usual big crowd of
finis anil the play promises to bu very
keen and elbso In both games. The
fans huo had no baseball for a few
weeks, and they will surely grasp tho
chance of putting In an afternoon on
tho seats at the Athletic I'ark.
v m n .n
Bedford S ccer
When tho Itedford soccer team
player their memorable no score game
against thu Sail Francisco bunch at
Portola time, Scholey, the goalkeeper,
played a be.rtitllul game.
Thu Ilrltlshers of California, nnd
there are thousands of them, grabbed
Scholey ut the conclusion of the game
vnd cnrrled him Irom the ground. Hu
was the Idol of tho crowd and well de
served tho honor.
Tho Bedford team Is a hummer and
on Saturday tho Honolulu soccer lov
ers will have a chance of seeing the
best Ilrltish man-of-war players up
against the picked team of Honolulu
It goes without saying that thu game
will bo it beauty from the sturt unit
that the Honolulu team will havo to
ho very good to win. The guuie will
start ut 3:30 o'clock und one of tin
largest crowds that' over attended a
iorcer game should bo on hand to
cheer on whichever team they fancy.
n n n
Local and Coast
In the Philadelphia Press trans-con
tinental relay run for automobiles that
bt retell of the course lying between La
Orando, Ore., and Walla Walla, Wash.,
by way of Pendleton, Ore., was cov
ered by J, W, McCounach In a Frank
lyln double-rumble runabout of 28
horse power, which had already been
run 5,000 inilwi over rough roads.
Tho relay wus mado with the tires
on which thu car had run frym thu
timo It wns nrst put on tho road, and
tho entile dlstanco was covered with
out tli u trouble or difficulty of un
kind. Thu run from Iji Grande to
Pundlctou was mudo In two hours mid
thlrty-flvo minutes, and that from
there on In ono hour and forty min
utes, tho entire distance being 114.0
miles. Of his trip Mr. McCormach
"Tho route from La Orutnle to Pen
dleton Is through tho wildest kind ol
mountains, where it lu not unusual to
seo deer, elk, bear, etc., from the
automobile, though were were not for
tunate enough to observe any during
"Perhaps the occupants of our car
were too busy watching the perilous
maneuvers of tho car In gutting round
the trees, stumps und large bounders
which were strewn along the loutu,
"So well balanced Is the car and so
quick to respond to tho slightest
touch of Its driver that It did not skid
nor loso Its course ouco on the whole
"A portion of tho run Is nothing
more tlnui n sheep troll along the
liiitfiiUgialn.glde, nnd all but ten'mllesls'
I mountainous, that ten miles bolnR
quite dusty and some of It sandy."
That an nutnmohlle ran be mn 1"
to successfully take th place of a
railway mail train was demonstrat
ed not long ago nt llrownsvllle, Tex.,
on the occasion of the floods which
swept down the valley of tho IW
Grande, destroying much propel ty
throughout a wide area.
llrownsvllle Is almost at tho
southern tip of the United States,
und its communication with the
north Is by way of the St. Louis,
llrownsvllle & Mexico railway.
When the flood came It washed nway
n large bridge about 40 miles north
of llrownsvllle, and all of tho rolling
stock was north of the break.
"After waiting four days for the
says C. Evcrson of llrowns-
vllto In describing the plight of the
community, "we rigged up a Frank-
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WilUUIB UIIU UJieilUCU (IMS Villi U
the road between llrownsvllle nnd
"The train consisted of two flat
cars, on which we hauled passengeis
and baggage. She gae excellent
satisfaction as a railway engine,
and mnde better time than tho reg
ular trains over the same road."
"This Is u dnndy little car," says
Mr. Kvcrson, "It has traveled from
10,000 to 50.000 miles and has been
In use every day for the last three
years und Is In good shape right
Jt K tt
It will be heard with regret that the
cricket match which wus to bu played
tomorrow against the Uedford eleven
has been abandoned at the last mo
meut. It npiears that some of the
players who were exiweted to to take
pait In thu match tomorrow, had be
fore hearing of the cricket game, made
other arrangements for Saturday. Con
Lcqiicntly the game will not conic ott
as expected, but the soccer football
match at thu League grounds will 'nt
tract a larger crowd and the lledrord
Millors should have a good time ui
though the cricket hns fallen through.
There will bu two sailing races for
the small boats on Sunday next and
the first, between Delegate Kuhlo's
craft ami a newspaperman's hooker
should bu n good one. The second race
Is for sea-wrens and Pearls and It also
promises to be a close contest.
Another party of walking enthus
iasts will soon attempt to make a rec
ord to Makapuu Point and back, Tho
pedestrians Intend to start about day
light from Katmukl nnd seo no reason
why they cannot do the Journey In
under nine hours.
The weights of the Marino football
players nro as follows: Corey, 197;
Allman. 178; Nelson, 1C8; Conner, 151 ;
Hoffman, 220; Iteed, 210; Uoots, 224;
llattln, 181; daw. 1G5; Clement. 182;
Makln, 131. Total, 200C.
There will bo a meeting of thu C. A
C. this evening at tho Chinese Y. M.
C. A. at 7:30 o'clock, and as much
important business Is to bo considered
tt Is hoped that at least a quorum put
Tho owner of Adlon, tho seedy
horse well known to the public, wants
to run Ferrlera's moku half a mile,
but 'Domingo wants to make the dls
tanco six furlongs.
The town team had another practice
yosterday afternoon nt the League
grounds and then In the eVenlng went
to the drill shed and Indulged In signal
RUSSIA PUTS A BAN
ON THE GRAMOPHONE
Loud Complainti Cause Prefect ot
Police to Stop Plaving Except
Behind Cloud Boon.
ST, PBTKIlSnUHO, October 23.
The Prefect of Police has forbidden
the playing of gramophones in this
city, whero a mild form of murtlal
law still prevails, and this suppres
sion of an Instrument of torture Is
ono of the few real benefits that
murtlal law has conferred on tho
Loud complaints against the gra
mophone nuisance hnd reached the
Prefect from writers, students and
business men who had to endure the
resonant strains ot numerous gra
mophones, Tho existence ot martial
law enabled him to Issue orders that
gramophones must be played only
behind closed doors and windows.
Uut such powerful machines weio
used by tho Htibslun gramophone
fiends that this decree was found
Ineffective. Renewed appeals from
victims reached the Prefect, who
was finally obliged to order tho to
tal suppression of gramophones In
the central sections of tho city,
The alienor ii determined to tret
in the taxei. If you have any due,
pav before the 15th, or ten per cent.
will be added.
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