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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, '09.
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National iDairy Show
Butter Award Triumph as
The RTeat NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW was held at Mil
waukee, Wis., October 15-24, and in' keeping with the in
variable results since' "ALPHA-DISC" DE LAVAL CREAM
SEPARATORS went into use all the HIGHEST BUTTER
and CREAM awards went to DE LAVAL users, in this lat
est representative contest, which included the exhibits of
nearly one thousand of the best butter and cream produc
ers throughout the country.
The three highest awards iirthe CREAMERY BUT
TER class all to DE LAVAL users were as follows:
A. J. ANDERSON, Otisco, Minn Score 97
THOR. MOE, Winthrop, Minn Score 962
A. L. OESTRICH, Watertown, Wis Score 90
The highest awar.1 on DAIRY BUTTER was to P.
Daingaard, Camp Point, 111. Score, 94V2 a DE LAVAL
The highest award in the CERTIFIED CREAM contest
was to Q. Van B. Roberts, Highland, N. Y. Score 99 a
DE LAVAL user.
The highest awar i in the CREAMERY PATRONS con
test for hand separator cream was to 0. B. Fisher, Viroqua,
Wis. Score 03Va a DE LAVAL user.
Full details of all the entries and scores have .not yet
been made public, but there is no doubt that the vast ma
jority of all exhibits scoring 90 and above will prove to
have been DE LAVAL made, as heretofore.
Incomplete reports have been received of highest but
ter awards at the various STATE FAIRS this year, but
practically all of them have been to DE LAVAL users, in
cluding particularly New York, Indiana, Michigan, Mis
souri, North Dakota and South Dakota.
As has been said before, the separator does not of itself
insure the making of the best butter, but the superior me
chanical and sanitary bow) construction and low. speed of
the DE LAVAL separator indisputably enable the produc
tion of better cream and betterbutter under the same con
ditions than can possibly be made in any other way.
This is something that even the most enterprising and
resourceful of those who seek profit through the manufac
ture and sale of would-be competing separators never at
tempt to explain or deny that practically all the best
butter, as evidenced by the higherawards in all represen
tative butter contests, is and has for more than twenty
years been made by users of DE LAVAL cream separators.
Hence the great advantage to every DE LAVAL user in
having the separator that not only makes the MOST but
the BEST cream and butter, is the simplest and easiest
machine to use and lasts an average of twenty years
against from two to five years in the case of all others.
A DE LAVAL catalogue helps to make plain the
reasons for DE LAVAL superiority in good buttermaking
and other respects, and is to be had for the asking. s
E. O. HALL & SON Ltd.
Dr. H. John Pottie
Has Resumed Practice
at his old address
Hotel & Union Sts.
BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Umpire McHenry wishes to make
the fallowing statement public; he
stands put for his decision at the
Athletic I'ark last Sunday, and any
how the J. A. C.s showed bad form
In wulklng off tho field. An umpire
U only human, after all, and as the
players agreed to play tho game with
McHenry as referee, they should
abide by hlB decision. The um
pire's statement Is us follows:
"When Peyton was running for
second base from Hist base the con
ditions were such that It was Impos
sible for me to see everything at
once. The catcher made a bluff to
throw to Becond, then feinted to
lb row to third and finally threw to
"I followed his actions and ex
pected that the scene of battle would
be at the home plate, as there was
n man on third and one on first.
When the ball was finally thrown to
second base I turned my head and
caught sight of Peyton reaching the
bag and the fielder holding up the
ball lu sign to me that he hud touch
ed hi in.
"Klther the fielder touched Peyton
In Fine Condition
Dick Cullon made hlngs hum yes
terday afternoon at tho Orpheum
when he put the gloves on with Ah
Sam and went four rounds with tho
Sam Is going to box Sarconl this
nay wees, anil consequently ine i;ni
ncse boy Is getting Into ns good
form as he can. He Is a willing
enough boxer, nnd the way he went
after Cullcn yesterday seems to In
dicate that the Ilugler from Camp
Very Is going to be up against It for
sure when next he meets Sum.
The last time tliPbu men met will
not soon be. forgotten by the fight
fans, as a really line go was put up
by the boxers. Until men were all
In toward the finish, and It seemed
to be Sam's fight right up to the
moment ho got a poke on the Jaw
which put him to sleep.
Yesterday Cullen, of course,
showed that he was too clever for
the Chinese lad, but still the latter
came boring In In great style, und
time and time again Dick had to
IImds' In a hard punch to stop the Ce
Cullen Is showing up much better
two feet before ho reached trie plate i.. hig trnlnliiiE than before, nn.l he
or he did not touch him at all. What s m,Vng no troublo In getting Into
lecmeu me in mailing my uccisiou
was that the fielder was too quick In
exhibiting the ball. .,
I consider the action of the J. A.
C.s In walking off the field entirely
uncalled for. I hove always been
quick In my decisions and always "oing nis stunts down tit th
stood by them. Had I wished to be Kentucky on Alakcu street.
form. He Is used to the climate
I ow and is really a better condi
tioned man now- than he was when
he lust met Ilellly.
Popular little Charlie Ilellly Is
unfair I should certainly not havo
taken such nn opportunity. Presup
posing that I was prejudiced In this
matter. It would be absurd to sup
pose that 1 should chose such a time
to show It. s
"Tho manager of the J. A. C.s. In
making his statement, that I was In
tentionally giving his team the
worst, by close decisions, must have
overlooked the very close play at
the home plate in a previous Inning,
when n Ja'p runner reached home
nbout the same time that Louis
Eon res touched him with the ball.
"It was a very close play and 1
Riivo the runner the benefit of the
doubt the same au I did Peyton on
tho play ut second, and the Marines
made not the slightest protest. The
J. A. C.s should take the bitter with
tho sweet and let It go at that."
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. . Good buseball was played at Koloa
Yesttrday being King Kalukau's grounds Sunday, the 11th, betwee.i
birthday, the customary model yacht. the Koloa und the Homesteads. It
races took place In the harbor. Kvai a very exciting game from the
Prince Cupid was the moving spirit jrt to tho cml nm, one nf 4he bMt
in the arrair, and ins entry, tne
dally n big bunch of funs stroll down
to'sce Professor ItosK put in his good
work with the lightweight. Hob
Itoxs Is an old hi'lid ut. the fight
Siime, und, having traveled all over
Knnguroo land, has more or less
been mixed up In the sport for many
Sarconl spars with Itcllly every
day, and Coyle, the husky Marine,
who Is going to havo another go at
Klchitrds on the night of the Cullen-
rtellly little afTalr, also keeps tho
lightweight hustling around the
loom for u few lounds,
Itcllly Is looking line drawn nbout
the face and seems to be us hurd as
nulls; ha certulnly Is ready now to
light for his life.
a n 8
Game Is Good
$1 a Year
Shamrock, like Llpton's boat ot the
same name, finished nowhere.
The Daisy, Myrtlo and Wild Swan
all finished ahead of the Shamrock,
and the Prince's nomination actu
ally came In fourth. There wasinot
much wind and 'the race more or
less developed Into a drifting match.
A largo number ot local yachting
men took In the model race and
much Interest was Bhown in the af
fair. After the race was over most
of the spectators went out to Cu
pid's place at Walklkl and there
wore entertained In royal Hawaiian
The guests made speechs In Eng
lish nnd Hawaiian and the greatest
good humor prevailed. Everyone
had a good time and the Prince made
an Ideal host.
Tho rnce was discussed from every
standpoint, and the verdict arrived
at that the wind was responsible for
the doreat of the Shamrock. In a
heavier breeze Bhe, would havo done
much better than Aha,, did In the
faint zephyr. ,thtt .prevailed yester-4
" i if c
Cupid, not being satisfied with his
defeat, challenged the' other boats
to a raco oyer tho same course as
yesterday, and was taken up on tho
spot. Another raco will be sailed
In th 'cnear futuro mid It .should
prove Just us exciting and good as
the ono ot yesterday.
Tsuknmoto, the game little Jap
tinese runner, returned to Hllo yes
terday on the Mauna Kea. He stat
ed before leaving that Antone Kaoo '
was the better man over Uie Mara
thon distance, and that ho 'consider-1
ed the old Walulua Horse a perfect '
gentleman und a man ugulnst whom
It Wai n tllftlisnr., In nnUi !" U"
' jfavt JO
ever plnyed on the Harden
Th lAliiiaulanilri .tln.-tt.l nlalf.l
ball, as did the Koloas, but the for- boys.
mer managed to get away with the I
'P. Paloma, p and If; M. lutteMe H
A fllvn, lb; A. Fernandez, rf; 3,
Perlera, 2b; J. Medelros, cf; Man.
Habello, p and If; A. Andrade, 3b.
bcorc by innings;
1 2 3 4 0 67 89
Homesteads 12000000 S
Koloa 000 00000 I 1
Struck out, by Kahaule 9, by Pa-
.lama 1, by Itabello 3; bases on balls.
I Kahaule 4, Palama 1, Itabello 1; left
on bases, Koloa 8, Homesteads 4.
Umpire, Louis Medelros. Scorer, M.
J. Teves, f
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New Year's Day
Races At Hilo
Hllo Is going to wake up oncn
mora in the racing line, and on New
Years Day a good program of horse
races will be pulled off. The Volca
no Stables and Transportation Com
pany has taken hold of the affair,
and that In itself should guarantee
the success of the undertaking.
Hllo Is a good old sporting town,
and although the Honolulu bunch
got It in the neck Inst Fourth, a trip
to the rainy city looms up as a good
thing for January 1,
Only no betting by the Honolulu
blokes will be the slogan of the vis
itors if an excursion Is run to the
C. C. Kennedy is president of the
Volcano Stables Co., and that means
a lot for the people who patronize
Major Collier and Webber are to
run u match race over 1 1-4 miles
for a purse of $1,000, and that event
ulonp would be worth a trip to Hllo
to see. Let us hope that tho Inter
Island Co. put on a special boat and
vhut the same merry bunch that
made the July trip again meet on
board the good old Mauna Kea. Hut
Kay, boys, leuve all your spare cash
ut home, and Just take enough for
expenses; then there can be no kick
when we all get back to Honolulu.
a tt si
Now that the Town and Marino
football tea'ms have won one gume
each, the greatest Interest Is being
shown in the third game which will
decide, once for all. which It the
The victory of the Town team last
Sunday came rather lu the nature ot
a surprise to a lot of' people who
rather afncled the half-wets would
tent the Townles.
However, the town lads came
through In g.eut style, and, after
putting up a great game, won by'jilx
to nil. That they can repeat the
dose Is the sincere wish ot all (heir
supporters, and there Is sure to be
a huge attendance ot barrackers for
both teams when the next game Is
The town team will start practic
ing ugaln this afternoon, and a new
set of signals will be Introduced to
the bunch. All the members of the
club are requested to attend and give
u hand to the booming ot the town
Wise & Milton
In their latest Specialtiei and Songs.
"Mephisto and (he
Together with the usual picture
SUNDAY, NOV. 21
1:30 P. M.
C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
K. A. C.vs.U.S.M. C. i
SEATS 10c, 15c, 23c
HOUSEHOLD IACQUUL I
Furniture, Floor and
Woodwork, look like "
ANYBODY CAN APPLY IT.
Removes nil scratches nnd other
marks of wear and tear and
gives new life and lustre to , .
anything made ot wood. 1 1
For New or Old Floors
It Is the best Finish on the J
market. , .
Made In 8 colors and Clear to 1
maun an Kinus ui wuuus.
Park Theater '!
FOR SALE SV
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., X
i l at:i tI
Fort Street Below Beretania
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sti.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladiei Free.
Mniio bv Kawaihau Olee Club.
game by the close score of 3 to 1, A
jclmn mutih Is to be played In tho
Tho line-up was as follows:
Koloa II. Kahaule, p; Jos.
Cockett, c; Oyama, 3b; A. Souza 2b;
C. H. Jardln, lb; J. Alameda, c; F.
F. Mendoncn, ss und rf; A. Perry,
fit; Kalanl, rf; K. Kuhlmann, If.
Homesteads Joe MedrlroB, ss;
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"The kind your grand,
1 Admittedly best for gen
DetUr now than ever."
W.C. PEACOCK 4 CO., Ltd.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
The' Pioneer Automobile Comnany
has been making some Interesting
demonstrations to San Francisco
merchants with the Kandolph truck
during the last week says, an Ex
change. They have been doing all
sorts of stunts over the hills and
rough roads with It. The heads of
most ot the large jobbing houses In
San Francisco today are users ot au
tomobiles for pleasure vehicles. Re
liability and efficiency of high-grade
automobile contsructlon Is so well
known to such men that there Is
little difficulty these days to get
them Interested In the automblle de
Tho Pioneer people sent their de
livery wagon down to W. P. Fuller
& Co., taking on a ton ot white lead
for delivery to the Fairmont Hotel.
Not that the Fairmont needed the
white lead, but It 'wan a good op
portunity to seo how the car would
pull. They took the regular team
ster's route, which Is up Leaven
worth from Butter to California.' On
the' way with this ton of white lead
they passed a wugon loaded with a
ton of Iron, which a two horse team
found It Impossible to take up the
hill. They uttached tho wagon In
tho Randolph motor wagon and
hauled It up the hill without trou
ble. This haul was doue ou the see
on speed, the Itundolph being pro
vided with select I vn sliding guar
transmission, three speeds forward
und oho reverse.
Inter-lsUnd and O. R. U ablpplni
luink fn ! .fl ftk nMll.ln
n n "- "
IJroVes, it each.
J. HOPP & CO.
M. A. Onnst dc Co.
FORI- AND KINO STREET!.
And every thins to make old'nuil
jountc happy this Xmas. And our '
prices are rifiht.
Wall, Nichols CofJlfI
Fort Street. ' '
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE.
203 Judd Buildine. Phone 059.
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Next to Cable
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AND OTHER PIANOS.
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106 HOTEL STREET.
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