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BVBNINO BULLSTIN, ItONOLTJLtJ, T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. 20, 1900
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National Dairy Show
Butter Award Triumph as
The great NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW was held at Mil
waukec Wis., October 18-21, and in keeping with th in
vaiiablo results since "ALPHA-DISC" DE LAVAL CREAM
SEPARATORS went into use nil the HIGHEST BUTTER
. nnd 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. .. . Scora 07
TIIOR. MOE, Winthrop, Minn Score 961.
A. L. OESTRICH, Watcrtown, Wis Score 90 "
The highest nwnrJ on DAIRY BUTTER was to p'.
Daingaard, Camp Point, 111. Score 91Vi a DE LAVAL
The highest award in the CERTIFIED CREAM contest
was to G. Van B. Roberts, Highland, N. Y. Score 9D a
DE LAVAL user. "
The highest award in the CREAMERY PATRONS con
test for hand sepaiator cream wai to 0. B. Fisher, Viroqua,
Wis. Score 03Va a DE LAVAL user.
Full details of all the entries nnd scores have not yet
been made public, but thcic is no doubt that the vast ma
jority of all exhibits scoring 00 and above will prove to
have been DE LAVAL made, as heretofore.
Incomplete Teports have been received of highest but
ter awards at the varicus 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 docs not of itself
insuic 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 nnd 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 nnd butter, is the simplest and easiest
machine to use nnd lasts an average of twenty years
against from two to five years in the case of all othcre.
A DE LAVAL catalogue helps to make plain the
reasons for DE LAVAL superiority in good buttcrmaking
and other respects, and is to be had for the asking.
E. O. HALL
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Dr. H. John Pottie
Has Resumed Practice
at his old address
Hotel & Union Sts.
We can interest you if you do, as we have just re
ceived a big shipment of BAGS, SUITCASES & TRUNKS.
Goods arc priced so you can afford extra" quality
Yee, Chan Co.,
Corner King and Bethel
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BY V. L. 8TEVENS0N
Kalihis Win Big
Indoor Ball Game
Last night at Ihn Knlllil ehnpel
tlio Pnlanum went down In ilcfc.it to
the lioniA team In an Indoor, baseball
gniiio by tlio ecoro of 15 to 1 1,
TrAnk pitched a giCnt game for the
Kallliln. nnd nl times rose to the oc
casion'1 In Rre.it style. '
i Thcio were no homo rung made,
buti tlio rooting was Just an vigorous
us if thoio liail been a itiwcn Of them
piled up hy the homo team. The
Ifnlr rooters tilled the sides of the
imiiuiJiHi aim uiuy eerimniy (nil pui
iii a II lm showing fur their favorite
The Palamns hnd been winning
to many games latoly that they wore
thought to ho Invincible. However
'he Kallhl Icnm showed thorn last
night thnt thoro lire oilier Indoor
baseball plajcru In this Territory, I
and the gjino ended ns uboxc tinted,
Thci line-up of both nines una as
Kulllil l.edward, q; Trunk, p;
Foster, lb; Colhuin. 2b; Lopez. lib;
Henry Yap, ss; Stivup, If; tluirgu
I'nlninni Chlnlto. e; l'arl.er, pi
Kliunnit, lb; Hoaplll, 1; Niiucs, :tb;
Ah Kwong, hi; sllro. If; Hcnrj Akl,
If; Dlniond and Ako. df.
The Y. M C. A. nnd tho Knllhlt
will piny next Tuesday cloning at
the Y. M. C. A. gninaslutn, Tho
chnniplonshlii between the Knllhls
and Palnm.is will be plajed two
weeks from today.
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Race To Punchbowl
There will bo a good running rfieo
tomorrow and It will bo confined to
Jnpjiiefo peds only. Consul (leneral
Ueno Is getting mi tin nffulr nnd
has donated a lluu idlxer Walthalu
watth for the Hist prize.
The raco will sl.ut fiom tho Jnp-
oneso lluddlst school on Tort street,
and the runners will haxo to run to
tho top of l'niichbowl and Inck
again. Tho sailors of the Jn'ianc-e
i minor ldrunio nro the only one)
allowed to compete la tho nice, ti ml
there Is no dniibt that Koine remark
nblc time and form will lu shown by
the lit t lo men.
the I arc, wlilth Is lo start at 10
t. "clock, will bo followed by other
nlhlctlc exercises by tho Nipponese
lais. AH tlio Japanese of tho ell
Intend being present at tho qhow,
and tho sight should be ;i most Inter
esting one. Thu Idzumo men nro a
flno bunch of snllorB nnd they hao
liiipresnd ptory'iod) by their good
behmlor nud hiii.ii t appn.iriinie.
Tho I'uimhoii soccer team will
practlco at tho old field tills after
loon, nnd nil tho members aro re
quested to attend. Other league
team members are' rtlso Irtvltcd. to
go out and have a kick. s
SCENE IN FATAL WEST
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(This ono of tho most rcrtiarl'nblo footlmll phonographs over made xvaa Ulion a foxv seconds hefoio Cadet Kuboho A llymo received a
mortal Injury In tho contest hetxvoen West I'olnt nnd Harvard on tho academy Hold, u tragedy xxhUh atopped footlmll ut West l'oint and gaxo
tho'Baino tho hardest hloxv of Its history. Ilyrnc, who xvas playing loft tacklo on tho Army team, U Indlrated hy mi X In thu photoginph. A
exv mlnutos heforo tho fatal BcrlmmnHu llymo xvaa Injured In tackling FIbIi, the giant Ilarvnrd captain. Hurxaid had tho hull nbout tho
confer of, tho Held nnd tried n forward pass to Klsh. Tho Harvard captain made a high Jump Into tho air to t.itch thu hull, ,md lljme lushed
to prevent him. Aa tho Harvard man uune down the txxo phlyors collided with a nhoek that unild ho heard uxvay m.ius. tho Held, and both
fell with lyrno underneath. The lucnth xv.ih knocked out of htm. and for moro Hum a iiiliiuto'lin xxim uimhlo to inoxe. Then he Miirkoii-iI to
lis feet, nhouk hlrtibclf and ludkutcd Hut Uo xns iemy Tor Iho gnmo in go on. Moth Jl.irvuid nud Iho A'niiy xxeie tllll iluciliig the phieky
liijklo xihon the team lined up for thu next piny. WIHiliiRton, llnixaril'M" tenter mth, su.ipped Ihe lull liek lo OTI.iheitj, , p.ini.d It lo
ii'. ,t,lu llMtl". Mll,ot l'1"''''1"' hftutcn tho IMiviud light guaid nnd ln.l.l nnd wum going nh.l, xillh ihn h.,e weight of hln nam
hehlnd lilm, when ljrno, ulioso htulnesa It una to lead Hie defence, got i might In the mh and xvent down. Tho Injiiied m.ui inn lulo tho
herlmiiiago uoiuhliig low. hut hln head u.tn up co which way Mlliot iih going lo dodge, and It Ih t,iiil'"i'il Hint ho ixent doxxn In that po
Hltlon when the larvaid nikhciH felled him. Hymu'B nttk wuh di.lo'-nt".! nt tho mco.i.I vertehr.ie, uipl ho noxer iccoicml numluutiueHs dslng
n tho post hospltul Bovor.il Iiouih ufteixxaid. Ho xxaai, fomtli year man, and hla home xxna In lluffnlo. Colonel Stolt. loninuiiiilant of tho Mill
tniy academy, at onco canceled thu icat of tho football game!, scheduled for the tndot team nnd fo wired to Annapolis The Injuly to Mldslilli
uTn. ui l" "l fnnnpJ"ls' coup,c,, wlt" ,h0 Wc3t l,lnt "W VroMW' wl" ln " war department lo stop n,0 g.imo , bo,," Ulo go-
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1 illS AttCrilOf II
This afternoon on Alexander field
the much talked of football game
between tho Oahu nild'llaxxilll Col-
hges will bo played. The IHinnhoiis
defeated tho College of Hawaii last
tlmn the tennis met, hilt Judging fioni
the candid imrinfka of some of tho
latter team tho Puns nro sure to go
down to dc'fcnt this afternoon.
However, tho Vuiihliouki me net
taking nny stock In befoio Hie Ini
tio remarks, nnd the team Is reserv
ing Its wiy until afti'i llie (J.uili) I"
pnu. Tim College of llauxll m up
against It for inutcil.il, ns tlio mini
her of itudunls Is fu limited Htlll
scmo of the faculty will help nut
'on the team and the combination
will he A ve.-y Htrong one.
The l'unahijus lin been prattle-
log liaitt, and Judhu WondiUlT, a
one-time ntnr pliixor, has been HoW'
lag them a thing or two mi the foot
bull Held, The bo)d haw luprowt
a lot and they m.i repeat their IC
toiy ner tho College Hill nfieinonil
The gumc will slmt lit :i::ln
o'cloi k, and fiom Iho kick off s'liiulil
1 1 extltllig mill full of IiiIimikI. Tho
snmii oIIU'ImI.i who olllclated at Iho
last game will be on deck, and they
will no doubt bo as satlsfartoiy as
tlicy were before,
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Tomorroxv at Hie Athletic. Purl;
two good games of ball will be p!a)cd
and tho usual big crowd of fans Is
expected In turn out nnd root for
their icspectlvo nines.
Tho C. A. C.b nnd .1. A Cs will
provldo a flno game, nud It Is hard
to say w'hleli combination will win.
I lip Chinese .will huxo Cbl llul. who
linn recoxcicd, hack nl the ofd post
ns catcher. A pnu will, of courac,
pitch for tho Celestials, nnd hn I
Bald to be In great form JiM now.
Hsplnda ulid lloopll will piohahlf
form the bntjnry fot tho .1 A. C.s,
nnd a strong lombjiiatlnii Hjej arc,
too. Then In leserve nut Tlous nud
llrllo, nud the) inn bit mug In us
changes If thisineiei'slly mWes
flio Marines nn'ilKulllila will hitch
up fop' Iho te-ond "iuuie, uiitl It
hlioiibj tin ii out to ho ii gieat strug
gle, (illison nud Hoirci Will ultndt
for .tho hnlf-wels, and It uoes with
out sa)Ing that they wJHijmt 'up u
strong game. Tho Knllhlibattcry Is-
not yet kmlwn. but they lmxc n nno'J'"" wl" ",r" ul """ca "" -"'"" ""
buiuh of pl.ijers to cho3o fiom nnd
may bo depended upon to hax'o tho
best pair they tan get for ihu game,
Hntrles for tho fiee-for-nll xxalk
ing rate along Knlakaua axeniic ii'ic
now bt-Ing luiclxed, nnd up to '.
o'clock Sunda night It will not bo
too lato to put In names for
exeut. Tho elimination raco
fliko place on Dee. 12, nnd tho race
proper on tho following Sunday.
POINT-HARVARD FOOTBALL GAME A
Richard Cullen In
Fancy Circus Stunts
Dick Cilllcu gave n combined box
liig and elrciii ehoxv jeslerdny aft
ernoon at the Ornhetini theater. A
big tiowd rolled up to eco the per
forninnco and the lightweight chain
plon and Ah Sam certainly" went
tluough some Due' stunts. I
I itfforo doing any boxing Cullen
went through tlio well-known bk I ti
lling, ahnrtoxY sparring and punching
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II1U III1K UAUitlBUa. . 1 II' II ivitiiiii'i
opened unlfa a tumblef and acrobat.
Ills first stunt was to throw n front
d Hiring, theii a imeren one Hint
landed hint on the edge of the M.ige.
1'll" w'l ''whoop Ii" Culieii did
Catherine wheel ntl right iicnm
'ho stage. Oillleil roust haxo seen a
fdw K"1 clrc-it pertenuanccB In h U
extreme jodth and Imvf kept hla
r very p.iuiiio-nii ..is iwo.
Tho acroballs stunts wcio verj'
much enjdjed liy the spcclntors ami
loud clls of "encoro" greeted tho
end nf the perfornmiice. I low ex cr,
Ciillin was nnxlriii3 to get the gloici
on Willi the. ChlncMi womler, nnd ns
tho Celeitlal was Just as eager tho
mitts' Werri quickly donned and thu
bout (darted. '
for tlnro rounds Iho go was n
cilly wIIIIiik one, nnd Sammy show
ed up well. Ha did some fine eknii
hitting nud blocked scmu uf Cullen's
In1 good stylo. Dick, nf rniirae. k.iw
openings now ami iignln thiougli
whkh ho eniild Ime iut a right m
lert In Jaw It hu ft It Inclined, but
he did not want In administer Iho
l.uotk-oiit itopo In a rilrudly np.n
ilng bout, nud Ah Ham kepi In tho
Tho fourth nnd last lound was n
fast nnd fill KiUri one, anil tho men
went at it hammer nud tongs. Tlio
funs bognn in think tho go was In
i anient, and' the rluwldo bimcli
weie giving iiihlco to either man
Just ns If It was it in.il scrap. The
men hid Just finlsheil, a glie and
lute mil) when the gone- went for
Ihe last time. It was a line exhibi
tion of boxing, and Ah Hani Is to bo
tomplimented on thu showing hn
made ngilmit tho Hawaiian Light
weight ell implon. i
Just to rhow what rort of o mil
Ion lie Is In, Cullen, v.-ben thiougli
Willi Ah Sam. Inutc on Hl'li.nds fur
Ihlee rounds The M.ulr.e towered
oxer the lightweight, mid It looki-1
runny to kcu tho two ln;;ellirr t'ul
leu ilcxoled moit of his time lo lu
lls to Hlchaid's ivtlto .Muile, and ut
thu end of the bout the big fellow
looked ns It his biikboiini had ud
Minced a lent or so to thu flout.
Tho wliolu iifternotiii'H fcport wni
much enjoyed by the fans, mid. nx
tliu'bnnch wclidul Ibi'y wnj out or
tho Ihc'ttei, tljo n'mnil.ii showed
Hut tlin ciowd was about exenly dl
xlileil nbiiut Hie eh.iuce.s of lieilly atpl
Culb ii In the coming ui.itib.
Chaillc nlro woikid out lit Ills
training qiiaitoin cslei da) m after
noon, ilinl lie Is' gaining more fi lends
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A bunch of jhuhk fellows Intend
Marling on a walk ainiiud .Manapim
next Saturday. They nro not going
after aiif icconi" but ain tluirl'
making tho tramp foi fun A pad:
mule will go along with tho party,
nnd plenty of giub and blankets will
lip on hand; It gotB fairly (old at
night now nnd the boys don't xx-nnt
to shiver all tho tluio.
FEW SECONDS BEFORE CADET
' (Champion of Hawaii)
13 Hounds. , Veight 133 pound3.
JAMES COYLE -
0 Rounds. Weight 150 Pounds.
BUOLEIl SARCONI vC AH SAM
4 Rounds. m WeiRht ISO Pounds.
Ringside S2.C0. Rcs:rved $2.C0,
.l.fif. Sl.flO. Oallerv BO cents.
Tickets on sale at Fitzpntricl:
Eros.' Cigar Store, corner Hotel and
KEN WISE "KATIE MILT01I
"Tlncc of r. Kind Iicat Two Pair."
The above r.rlists in new sdn?3,
daucos and comedy (kits with
TEST MOVIHO PICHrRES IN TOWN
Monday, Wednesday and Tridav.
SUNDA7 . NOV. 21
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Music by Kaxyaihau Olra Club.
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Bring vour pictures in and we'll
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Is the ideal covering for walls. It
can be" applied over old wall pajier
so the whole color scheme can be
changed. Where the wall paper ii ,
broken W torn it can be patched and
the patched places will not show.
Decorato can be procured in a
greater variety of colors than any
other like material.
, j Sold by
Lcwers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
We arc the most extensive dealers in
Office Filing Cabinets
nd Office Stationery
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Exclnsive Agents for the Reining
ton Typewriter Co, and Olcbe-Wcr-nicke
Co. , .
Ar.d cventhinc to make old and
veins happy this Xmas. And our
.'rices arc rigm.
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' Fort Street.
1129 Fort ht.
Fine Rolls and Buns.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
. Best Home-Made Bread in Town.
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INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE.
203 Judd Buildine. Phone 655 '
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Next to Cable
Woman's Exchange ' .
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