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BVENTNO BOtLRTTr. HONOMTMJ.-T.-tt., MONDAY, NOV, 22, 1009.
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National Dairy Show
Butter Award Triumph as
The great NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW was held at Mil
waukee, Wii., October 15-24, and in keeping with the in
variable remlti 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. 7. ANDERSON, Otisco, Minn. , .Score 97
THOR. MOE, Winthrop, Minn Score 96a
A. L. OESTRI0H, Watertown, Wis Score 98
The highest award on DAIRY BUTTER was to P.
Daingaard, Camp Point, 111. Score 94Va 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 93V2a 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 bowl construction and low speed of
the DE LAVAL separator indisputably enable the produc
tion of better cream ar.d 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 great advantage to every DE LAVAL nser 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 yean
against from two to five years in the case of all others.
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reasons for DE LAVAL superiority in good buttermaking
and other respects, and is to be had for the asking.
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BY V. I. mTZMfOV.
riy defeating the College of Ha
unit, by a score of It to nit on Sat
urdny last, the I'unahous put the
tenl on their superiority as football
The result was hardly expected to
be such a decisive victory for the
I'unahous, but there was really no
stopping of their rushes and they
won on their merits.
Quite a big bunch of fans turned
cut, and there was nothing but foot-
bull spoken of all over the town.
The Yale-Harvard game was dis
cussed from every point of view and
the fact that no touchdown was made
by either team was commented on.
Two goals from the field Is not
such a bad licking it the same was
compiled with the aid of touchdowns.
However the Punahou-College ot
Hawaii was a much closer one than
the score would Indicate,-and the
college men showed that they, as In
dividuals, have Improved a lot
Still, as a team, they do not ex
hibit that combination work that,
In the long run, counts for more
than anything. The Collegians at
times did some good work with skin
tackle play which carried them from
one end of the field to the other.
Kroner, Clark and DeBrettevllle
did good work for the College, and
Clark was .responsible for mnnv of
The fust half ended with the score
at C to 0 In favor of the Punahous.
McKenile was the man who got over
the line and Hoogs added the neces
sary point by kicking the goal.
The second halt was exciting
enough for anybody, and the specta
tors became very much worked Up
over the game.
-Shortly after the Mart .McKenile.
emed to be on the pOlnt'of scoring,
but Marcalllno did real good work In
tackling and within five yards ot
the line McKentle was downed.
Then Will Desha had a try to
score and did a beautiful run down
the field, only to be downed when
within fifteen yards ot the 'College
However, the Puns were to score
once more, and it was through the
agency of Norton, who ran through
tackle and over the line. The at
tempt at goal was a failure and the
score then stodd at 11-0 In favor of
Toward the end ot the game the
College seemed to have a trine the
better of the play and just before
tho finish looked like scoring. Will
Desha, however, saved his own block
ed ball In Punahou country, and the
game ended with the College press
ing toward the Punahou line.
The line-ups were as follows:
College ot Hawaii Melnccke,
8everencevrej Tracy, rt; D. Kuhm,
rg; Amona, c; Hampton, Ig; J.
Kuhns, It; Che Dill, le; Marcalllno,
q; Do Brettevllle, rh; Fraser, Ih;
Clark, lb. f
Punahou Hoogs, re; Lando, rt;
Choy Zan, rg; H. Hind, c; Andresen,
lg; Aklna, It; 8chumann, le; Will
Desha, q; McKenile, rh; Norton, lb;
Ornce, Handle Hitchcock, fb.
Illll Rice, referee; Austin White,
Fine Games At
Two thousand ball fans filled the
grandstand at tho Athletic Park yes
terday and were treated to two good
games In which the J. A. Cs. and Ko
lihls turned out to bo the victors over
tho C. A. Cs. and Marines.
The rat game between the Chin
ese and Japancso waa a beauty, and
the close finish 3 to 2 only half
tells the tale. Right from the start
the runs began to cOmeand, In tho
first Inning the C. A. Xs. 'made one
through the agency" 'of ' Sing Chong,
who got, home safe aft6r Hoopll vhad
thrown wild over second baseman's
Thon the J. A, Cs. took a hand and,
In their first also, made two runs; the
first was scored by Akana, who got
home on a passed ball, Ross, who
had got to third, also dashed home
over the plate on another passed ball.
Such tuck does not comes the way of
a team very often and tho runs thus
made not only won tho match, but
also assurod the J. A. Cs. of tho
championship ot tho Oahu League.'
The second game, between the Mar
ines and Kallhls, was not so close,
aud the runs' were pllod ,up by both
Bides In quick order. The final figures
were: Kallhls 9, Marines 5. Neither,
sldo scored In the first but In the H&
ond the Kallhls hit up two rdnsl 'Mc-V"""',' ' , T.o , ' -Call
and Joslah dolmrtne trick. 'ftieni MU"'-i"-'-'-----
run through Oaw hitting a two bag'
gcr and bringing Hayes home.
In tho fourth the Kallhls hit up two,
McCail and Joslah again being the
men to get home. The Marines then
took a brace and three runs were
made In quick orde Sonres, Slorp
and Hayes being the men who did the
This tied the score and the crowd
went wild with excitement; the root
ing was something t marvel at, and
the place looked like It ued to do
some months ago. However, the Ka
llhls were to be heard' from soon, and
In the seventh they got Ing and Or
tiellas homo safe after some very ex
citing play. J
Williams In the rlgjit field, made n
great catch In the seventh and In do
ing 'so brought oft a line double play,
getting Joslah and McCail.
In the eighth Inning Peyton scored
for the Marines through nines' sac
rifice. But the Kallhls were not to be
denied and they cinched the game by
making no less than three runs In the
Desha hit a fine three-bagger, and
then got home on Ornellas' blngle;
Hoopll made a homo run and Iong
came home on tho big hit; 9 to 5 waa
the score then and the game ended
The official scores were- as follows:
C. A. C, .
B. H 0 110 0 10 0 03
-J. A. O.
mm 2 0100000 3
B. H 1 M0IO0O0 . 4
-Three-base hit, Ross; sacrifice hit.
Hoopll: left on bases, C. A. C. 4. J. A.
C. 4; first case on errors,, C. A. C. 2
3d A. C. S; hit by pltcher,,En 8uet
struck '.out, by ApsU S, Bbplnda 11;
bases on called balls, toff Apau 1, Es
plnda 2; wild pitches, Apau 2, Bsplnda
1; passed balls, Ah Toon 1, Hoopll 2.
Umpire, McIIenry; scorer. N. Jack-
ton; time of game. 1 hour 31 minutes.
Runs 0 202002309
B. H 1 10 3 2 13 4 015
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9
Runs 0 01030010 S
B. H 0 1203000 17
Homo runs, Hayes, Hoopll; three-
base hit, Desha; two-base hits, Ornel
las, Hayes, daw, Freltaa; sacrlfico
hits, Jilnes, Williams; left on bases
Kallhls, 11, Marines '8; first base on
errors, Kallhls 8, Marines 4; double
play, Williams to Davis; hit by pitch
er, Freltas Oaw; struck out. by Fred
as 6, Illnes 11; bases on called balls.
off Freltas 2, Illnes 1; wild pitches,
Freltas 2. Hlncs 2; passed balls, Ke
aloha 4, Soares 1. Umpire, McHonry;
scorer, N. Jackson; time of game, 1
hour 25 minutes; attendance, 2000.
OAHU LKAOUE STANDI NO.
P. W. Pet.
J. A. C. ..., ,0 6 1000
Marines 6 2 .333
C. A. C 8 2 .333
Kallhl j 6 2 .333
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Charlie Rellly and Dick Cullen, who
are to battle for the lightweight cham
I-lonshln of the Islands next Wodnes
day night, are now thoroughly wound
up and ready for the fray, ,
The little fellows took.thmcs easy
yesterday and today will only put In
sumcient exercise to keep thorn Urn'
bered up. Cullen Is In tho Dink of
condition' and looks much better than
he did a few weeks ago? be Is aocll
mated now and feels that be Is ready
to box at his very UcsJ right through
Rellly has worked hard under tho
watchful eye of Professor. Bob Roan
and It will not be the fault of either
It Cullen again gets the decision
Charlie is as clever a, little boxer as
we have seen In the ring here and If
ho Is careful In the opening rounds
there Is no telling how tho fight will
go., ., t
The clean break rule will please -the
public, and the resulting exhibition of
coxing should be a treat, to see. Mike
Paton will referee the go and he may
be rolled upon to witch every move
made by the boxers, and If there Is
cny suggestion of everything not being
O. K Mike Is just the boy to protect
tho public and square matters In the
Howoter, the match promises to be
Just as good, and Just as fairly fought
cut as the first one between tho lads,
and there Is a treat In store for all'
the fans, who . wlU, thronga'tbe Or
t'Wum oh..Wedi)esday nlicbt. tr.l
Game at Koloa
There was a good game of baseball
at Koloa, Kauai, on Sunday, when the
Koloaa and Homesteads met on the
diamond. The latter nine won out by
a score of 3 to 1.
The Koloa (rounds could hardly
hold the crowd that roiled up to see
the game, and right from the Jump
the Homesteads began to score. One
run In the first and two In the Becond
held the' Koloaa In safety up till the
ninth, when they managed to score
one run. .
Kahaule and Jos. Cockett formed
the battery for the Koloa bunch, and
they played real good ball, M. Rabcl
lo and P. Palama did good work for
the Homesteads and they were well
backed up by the rest of the team.
The line-ups and scores were as fol
lows: Koloa H. Kahaule, p.; Jos. Cock
ett. c; Oyama, 3b ; A. Souta, 2b ; C.
R. Jardln. lb ; J, Alameda, cf.; F. Men-
donca, ss and rf.; F, A, Perry, rf. and
ss.; Kalani, rf.; K. Kuhltnann, If,
Homesteads Joe Medelros, sb ; P.
Palama, p. and If,; M. Rabello, c; A.
8llva, lb.; A. Fernandei, rf.; J. Pere-
Ira, 2b.; J. Medelros, cf.; Man Rebel-
lo, p and If.. A. Andrade, 3b.
Score by innings:
Homesteads ....12000000 3
Koloa 0 0 0 0 O 0 0 0 11
Btruck out, by Kahaule 9, by Pala
ma 1, by Rabello 3; base on balls, Ka
haule 4, Palama 1, Rabello l;,left on
bases, Koloa 8, Homesteads 4; umpire,
I-ouls Medelros;. scorer, M. J. Teves.
Now that the day Is approaching
for the big! military track meet at the
league ground, the greatest Interest
h being shown .In the matter. The
managers of the affair have been on
ne wur pain canceling prises, ana
so far have met with great success
In their endeavors. l
' Colonel Jones of the N. O. H. has
been hard at work and has visited a
lot of the business houses with re
gards to prltes. All the prizes
which are in the Hit below printed
will, with the exception ot the As
sociation silver cup, become the ab
solute property ot the winner Qf
each event. The Association cup
must" be won three tlme by the
same team to become the property ot
that earn. The track meet promises
o be one ot the best sporting events
ever pulled off In these Islands and
all the races wljl ,be as exciting as
possible. The list of ,prlies Is as
CO yards dash E. 0. Hall & Bon.
100 yards dash II. V. Wlchman
220 yards dash Wall, Nichols It
440 yards dash Pacific Commer
888 yards dash The Clarion.
120 yards hurdle First National
220 yards hurdle B. F. Dilling
Baseball throw Theo. II. Davles
Hammer throw Castle & Cooke.
Putting the shot Oeorge, R. Car
Running high Jump C. Brewer ft
Standing broad Jump H. Hock
feld ft Co.
Running broad Jump Alexander
Tug of war Lewers ft Cooke.
Individual silver medals for the
tug of war by C. !. Hustace Jr., H.
Armltsge.nnd W. H. Hoof.
The association offers a large ill
ter cup to be won by the team mak
ing the greatest number- of points
during ,the meet.
Lewers ft Cooke, a box ot cigars;
Hawaiian News Co., a gold mounted
fountain pen; Rergstrem Musle Co.,
a mandolin; Fltxpatrlck Bros,, choice
of a box of cigars or a pipe.
SHORT 8P0IT8. "J
At Mttklkl on' Sunday morning the
Sing Chong baseball nine defeated the
Sing Fat and Ayau team by a scoro
of 17 y 13. It was a'game full of Inci
dents and runs wore coming all the
time to tho delight of the fans.
There was no small boat raco yes
terday and the skippers bf' the differ
ent craft put In their time painting
and overhauling their racers. It Is
lumored that some dlnghys from Pearl
Harbor are coming up to Honolulu
harbor to havo a go at local boats.
Such a race should be very Interest
ing and It is to be hoped that the event
With the coming holidays Manager
Congdon has arranged many enjoyable
features for the patrons of the Park,
Not the least of thefce will be'put'oU
tonight, when Vlerra's Orchestra wlfj
begin an engagement to play each
evening for the holiday season. The
feature film. "The Duke's Jester," will
be of that high standard set by the
Park, wblp tjp, Mlllnptte Sisters, who
under tUerajvJijgf Miss Marie Ken
y. arrimprovlng eackuday, will sing
, entitled "Leave That
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Wednesday, Nov, 24.
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6 Rounds. Weia-ht 160 Pounds.
BUGLER SARC0NI vs. AH SAM
4 Rounds. , Weight 130 Pounds.
Ringside S2.50. Reserved $2.00.
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