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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1I Fit I DAY, NOV. 19, 1909.
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National Dairy Show
Butter Award Triumph as
The great NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW wai held at Mil
waukec, Wis., October 13-24, 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 in the CREAMERY BUT
TER class all to DE LAVAL users were as follows:
A. J. ANDERSON, Otisco, Minn Score 97
THOR. MOE, Winthrop, Minn Score 082
A. L. OESTRICH, Watertown, Wis Score 96
The highest award on DAIRY BUTTER was to P.
Daingaard, Camp Point, 111. Score 94lj a DE LAVAL
The highest award in the CERTIFIED CREAM contest
was to 0. Van B. Roberts, Highland, N. Y. Score 99 a
DE LAVAL user.
The highest award in the CREAMERY PATRONS con-'
test for hand separator cream was to 0. B. Fisher, Viroqua,
Wis. Score 9312 a D 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 bowl construction and low speed of
the DE LAVAL separator indisputably enable the produc
tion of better cream and better butter 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 higher awards 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 greaj 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 cue of all others.
A DE LAVAL catalogue helps to make plain the
reasons for DE LAVAL superiority in good buttennaking
and other respects, and is to be had for the asking,
E. O. HALL& SON Ltd.
Dr. H. John Pottie
Has Resumed .Practice
at his old address
Hotel & Union Sts.
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We can interest you it you do, as we have just re
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Goods are priced so you can afford extra quality
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BY T. I. imZHIQ.
There was something doing down
nt Charlie llollly'11 training quarter
on Alokca street yesterday after
noon. The fang had been passed
the word and a IiIr bunch of them
rolled up to nee the eight round ex
hlbltlon between Sartonl and Ilellly.
Many well-known fans could be
seen around the room, and, although
there was no ropcd-ln arena, a j
space was cleared for the boxers to
work In. Professor Ilobert Ross of
ficiated as master of ceremonies and
he managed the show In his best
Captain Takcshlta, and the officers
and men of the Japanese cruiser Id
sumo witnessed one of the most Inter
esting athletic day sports ever held
at Athletic Park, yesterday afternoon.
The neat white (informs of the naval
defenders of Dal Nippon added much
to'the scene. Japanese flags were dis
played all over the park.
The Hawaiian band, under Iho lead
ership of Captain Derger, played Kl
mlgayo, the Japanese National air, and
several other Oriental and Occidental
After ilellly had wrapped himself
In a few lajcrs of clothes so as to
work up a perspiration he did his
skipping and shadow sparring acts.
Ho ccrtulnly Is In fine form now and
was breathing like an Infant at the
close of his exercises.
"Take care the Hugler doesn't
flatten ou out, Charlie," yelled an
ndmlrer. "No fear," replied the
lightweight. "I am going to gltc
him his little package."
And when the men got together
thcro was fur fllng for suro, and
the way the boxers mixed things
made the spectators open their eyes
r.nd Inquire of ono another "What
percentage docs the loser get?"
Sarconl, of course, started In to
wipe the earth with Ilellly, but the
latter Just smiled sweetly and
blocked and countered as he fell
Inclined. It was a treat to watch
the way Charlie took 'the punches
either on his elbow or shoulder.
l'lvo rounds were boxed at a very
lively clip, and there was no mis
taking that both Sarconl nnd Reilly
wcro really having a tryout before
the night of their real engngcnicnt
at the Orpheum.
Ilellly cut loose In the seventn
round, but the Hugler met him halt
way, and some fierce scrapping
I Promptly at 2 o'clock, Captain Take
shlta and Comhil General Ujcno ar
rived at the park In an automobile, and
wcro receded by Mr. Toklcda, chief
of the entertainment committee. Pre
ceding tho snorts, tho general gather
ing, numbering about flvo hundred,
tang Iho naval war-song with enthus
iasm Following this, the two contesting
teams marched out on tho grounds and
then began an exhibition of their skill
In general athletic sports, such as rac
ing, wrestling, baseball and other ph) s
Ical exhibitions. The spectators wcro
fcrcatly amused at the way the men
from the Idzumo worked through tho
tarlotis movements on tho grounds.
Mr. Toklcda, who looks after tho
comfort of tho tlsltlng sailors, during
their stay here, had prepared stands
for pineapples, cold drinks, and other
refreshments, suitable for such occa
On one side of tho grounds was a
lionjh where tho lancers and singers
carried out their part of the program
This was greatly appreciated by the
men, who havo seen nothing llku it
since they left Japan.
The sports were called off at about
4:. 10 o'clock. Among those present
were Captain Takcshlta and staff, Con
sul General Uycno, Mr. Toklcda and
sevcit protnlnont Japanese. In the
evening, the officers were the guests
THE PARK THEATER.
These warm nights, when the mos
quitoes bile too often for tho veranda
to bo a comrortaoio place in wmcn i
Bpend the evening, the Park Theater
offers special Inducements. There Is
always a program that combines
amusement with education, No place
In Honolulu has the caro bestowed up
on the arrangement or a program
couM to that which the management
of the Park gives the selection of tho
pictures shown there. In tho pro
gram for this evening will be ono
that shows the machinery for the mak
ing of diamonds and how It was ruined
by the slnglo stroke of a hammer. An
other Is "The Plot That Failed." This
tells of tho efforts of a couple of men
to get possession of a farm and who
arc frightened away by alleged ghosts.
It Is a pretty good scries as far as In
terest goes but the plausibility of the
story Is negatlcd or one or two pic
tures of the Interior of tho dwelling.
There will be good music to help out
an already Interesting program.
Wise. Milton and Ranee Hinllh. the
vaudeville artists now at tho Art, nro
too well known In Honolulu to now!
any introduction and had thov been ut
ter strangers on the night of their
Initial appearance at tho Art, they
hate made themsclws so popular that
ono can hear their latest songs sung
and whistled all ocr town. This ag
gregation of talent hae been playing
to crowded houses nightly and on
their opening night at the Art, the
management was obliged to turn pat
rons away from tho box office, tho
houeo being sold out twice In tho saino
evening, to the last box scat. Come
early and nold the crush.
Allow nothing to lnterfro with jour
enjoying one or more of the dances nt
the Waverley tonight. No placo In tho
city has a Jollier crowd and nowhe'ro
can the dances bo more enjoyable. Tho
Kawalhau Quintet Club, of which Man
ager Nalnoa of tho Waicrlcy Is the
leader, la quite as good music as ran
be found In this city and It furnishes
tho most entrancing music for tho two
t.tcp or waltz. The attendance at the
Wavcrlcy Is on the Increaso and the
order Is as good as will be found any
st o a
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OUTRIGGER CANOE CLUB
Friday, Nov. 10, at 0:30 O'clock.
Admission to Grounds and Sup
per . . . 50c
Dancing . , . s . . 25c
Tickets on-Sale at Entrance.
(Champion of Hawaii)
IS Rounds. Weight 135 pounds.
6 Rounds. Weight 156 Founds.
BUGLER SARC0NI vs. AH SAM
4 Rounds. Weight 130 Founds.
Ringside $2.50. Reserved $2 00,
$1.50, $1.00. Gallery 50 cents.
Tickets on sale at Fitzpatrick
Bros.' Cigar Store, corner Hotel and
ventuatcd. It the men had been us- ," """'..' ,""'." """ "" H"1"1"
ing the ordinary match gloves "-"'--"' -.''- -
stead of "pillow cases" It would hno
been the count for somcono for
-Tho last found saw all the fans
greatly excited, and the way Ilellly
opened up showed that he was going
to land Just one on the Hugler be
fore time was declared. 8arconl
forced the flghthng right through
the round, but Reilly Just waited.
nnd towards tho finish threw In an
uppercut that sat Sarconl down with
The go was a beauty, nnd the tans,
by their loud applause, showed their
appreciation of the show. Reilly
finished as fresh ns a daisy, ana
showed that he Is-ln excellent form
as rcgarda wind, etc.
Sarconl has Improved a lot, and
It Is hard to realize that he Is tho
samo lad who stepped onto the Or
pheum stage somo monttiB ago and
exhibited such trudo form.
He will make Ah Sam box his best
next Wednesday night, and as the
Chines? boy Is also In fine condition
thero should bo a hno go when tho
Coyle Is working, hard for his
match with Richards and has lost
homo of tho fat that was troubling
l.lm. He and l.lmey should, provldo
home real good fun In the squared
circle. Three good bouts will bo put
on next Wednesday evening, and,
fas the tickets are going off rapidly,
there should be a big crowd at the
Dick 'Cullen will give an exhibi
tion at the Orpheum this afternoon,
and he and Ah Bam will box four
rounds to be followed by four moro
between "Kid". Terry and the pres
ent lightweight champion. All tho
fans are Invited to roll up this aft
ernoon and watch the show.
8 tt n
Ttioro will by a game of Indoor base
ball at Kallhl , Chapel tonight between
thu.Kallbis and Palamas, All play
ers must bo under 18 jears of age.
It the Palamas, win, they will be tho
champions of the Inter-club series. If
the KallhlB win, there will bo another
gaino to decldo the championship, The
line-up otlboth teams Is as follows;
Kallhls A. Lldwood, c; G. Trash
(Captain), p.; J. Pursier, lb,; O, Mills,
b.; H. Marino, 3b.; If. Yap, as.; 8.
Stroup, rf.; tVColburn, cf.; Dolstor, If.
Palamas Chinlto (Captain), c; A.
Parkor, p.; Klmmut, lb.; Wm. Hoa
pill, 2b.; J, Nuncs, 3b.; Ah Kwong, us.;
Diamond and Loko, rf.; H. Akl, cf.;
a 00. Kealoha, If.
Tho game promises to be a ery-hard-fought
out ono as so much do-
a n ts
Annual .Walking - - -Race
Once mora Interest Is being worked
up In tho annual walking race from
the Junction of Kalakaua Avenue and
King street, to the Walklkl Inn. This
event, which Is purely a sporting ono
without any taint of gate money, is a
very popular one.
No entrance fee Is charged and tho
prizes are donated by local merchants,
who take an Interest In amateur
I ovents. The distance to bo covered Is
about ono mile and three quarters, and
anyone who can, In tho elimination
test, coter the distance in nineteen
minutes, wit) be eligible to competo
In the raco proer, which takes place
on Sunday, December 19.
Tho elimination raco will toko placo
on Sunday. December 12, and all those
who wish to start In tho final must
hao competed In the preliminary, and
also have covered the distance within
the time limit 19 minutes.
Cheatham, Ayros, Deusham, Sulll-
tan, Sam Hop, McTigbe, Keaglcr and
pecral other heel and toe artists are
entering for the race and the result
should be a fine afternoon's sport.
Tho commltteo In charge of tho
walking race will get together as soon
as possible and arrange many little de
tails that hato to be attended to. The
officials will be announced In a few
days and the date of closing of entries
also mado public.
A fat man's race will also bo pulled
oft minimum weight 200 pounds and
quite a number of the moniona brigade
cay they can't lose the event Every
night a couple of 225 pounders can be
seen going over tho course, but they
aro up against It In two ways. If they
train they loso weight so quickly that
thoy drop below' the 200 mark, aud If
thoy don't train they cannot cotcr tho
distance at a decent psco!
Poor old Charlie I-ambert, the win
ner of last j oar's raco, has been laid
up and been operated on. He may bo
alright In tlmo for the raco and every
one hopes so, as he Is a good sport and
alwajs ready to give any branch ot
sport a helping hand.
Tho Town team of footballers aro
making a real start In hard practice
next week for their final go against the
Marines. At present tho Townles are
not turning out In sufficient numbers
to do much good. It Is expected that
things will assume a different aspect
on Monday next
Entries will be received for tho Y.
M. C. A. Junior tennis tournament; the
opportunity Is given )oung fellows who
aro not well known as players to get
ponds on the result. Theso Indoor Into tho game and astonish the public,
games are catching on and a big crowd i ' t 8 St
always attends to watch the play, j The Malle soccer team will start In
, to practice next,. Monday on tho Msklkt
185 editorial rooms 250 bust-' ground, and as they hue u promUIng
On Thanksgiving Da tho Country
Club will be en fete and' tho usual big
cmwd of golfors Is expected to turn
out. Tho foursome which Is to ho
played Is attracting a lot of attontlon
and. as tho links aro In excellent con
dition, a most cnjoyablo day should bo
The Country Club Is a favorite rcn
denous on Sundays and holidays, and
generally a large number of members
spend tho day there. I.unch Is pro
t Ided and irftcr a loungo and smoke on
the lanal the game Is taken up again.
The automobile will, as usual, run
Irom tho end ot tho car lino to tho club
house, and It Is a great convenience to
the tired golfers on their way home to
HEN WISE KATIE MILTON
"Three of a Kind Beat Two Pair."
The above artists in new songs,
dances and comedy skits with
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Members of tho N. G. Hi who are to
take part Id the Military sports meet
ing on November 27, aro requested to
bo at tho Boys' Field every afternoon
about 4:30 o'clock. Training stunts
will bo gone In for, and the necessary
polish put on tho men who. aro to go
up against tho pick of tho regular reg
iments on the big day. '
At last night's meeting ot the High
School soccer league team, held at
tho Y. M. C. A., John Clarke was elect
ed captain and K. I). Illanchard. man
ager of the team. Practice will be
gono In for on Mondas, Wednesdays
end Fridays, at tho Maklkl Held, and
all plajers aro requested to turn out
after 4:30 o'clock.
Tin Chong, tho well known Chinese
baseball fan of Honolulu, la now in
Dayton, Ohio, and Is doing somo adver
tising for these Islands. Chong's des
cription of tho opening day of tho Oaliu
Oasoball I-caguo appears In the Day
ton Herald, and Is a good ono too.
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Archlo Robertson Is going In for tho
sailing game and Is anxious to handle
a boat against tho Galloping Mary, lie
will, probably sail tho Dancing Sully
and will make tho sklppor ot the Mary
use his best head work to win.
Ayres. the challonger of Kaoo or any
other Marathon runner, roturnod from
his trip around the Island O, K. Ho
roports that tho hoat was terrible In
places, and that at Wahlawa thero was
no wind or shade to speak of,
Ddltor Day of "Tho Rudder," has
written to Dr. Sanford asking for a
photograph ot a sea wren under sail,
as be Is convinced that there Is some
thing wrong with thu sot of the can
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