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BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 1909.
National Dairy Show
Butter Award Triumph as
.The great NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW was held at Mil
wnukce, 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 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 96Vi
A. L. OESTRICH, Watertown, Wis Score 96
The highest award on DAIRY BUTTER was to P.
Daingaard, Camp Point, 111. Score 94'2 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. award in the CREAMERY PATRONS con
test for hand separator cream was to 0, B. Fisher, Viroqua,
Wis. Score 932 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 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 great' advantage to every DE LAVAL user In
having the separator thr.t 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.
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Wc can interest you if you do, as we have just re
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Qoods are priced so you can afford extra quality
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Every Dairyman Should Keep It
It speedily relieves Hovan, Impaction of Stomach '
cleanses after calving, and removes many of the causes
with the general health of the Dairy Cow,
Hotel and Union,
Tel. 3G1. I I
BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Rcilly and Cullen
When Chnrllo ltcllly mid Dick Cullen
step through the ropeB tomorrow night
to do bnttle for the lightweight chnm-
lonnlilp of these Islands, two porfert'and McLaughlin will go up ngalnst the
specimens of well trained athletes will
The two jining doners lime trained
linnl nml faithfully for the great event,
and It coca without Raying that the
contest is going to be ns good If not
better thnn the first encounter between
the lmlr. The pro Ions engagement
which was won by Cullen on a deci
sion, was as fine an exhibition of box
ing n"klll and pluck as It has been the
lot of mi one to see In Honolulu.
Although Cullen won the match, the
fight up till the seventh round was
rtellly'fl, and had It not been for tho
poke In tho eo which blinded him he
would hmo doubtless made a draw If
not n win out of the scrap.
The Inst contest was fought out
practically as n "clean break" affair,
end still Cullen showed how good ho
was at that kind of boxing. The go
on Wednesday night will be under tho
clean break ruto and as Cullen would
just ns soon box that way as any other,
It Is hard to sec how he Is handicapped
In any way.
Itellly feels and lookB well, and he
a ml his trainer express their con
fidence that they can win, Charlie Is
clever enough for an) thing, and should
pile up a big total of points In his fav
or, and If he boxes as cleverly In tho
latter half of Wednesdays fight as ho
'(lid in the first hair of tho previous
one, should hold his own with C'.ilk.i.
Tho preliminaries promise to be o.v
cepttonally Interesting and they both
will be Bure to produce boxing of ii
whirlwind order. Sarconl and Ah Sam
sounds like n saiory dish to set bofjre
tho fnns, nnd onco tho Chinese I'mh
ono of "tho bugler's punches with his
nasal organ, there will bo some fluo
old stoush dealt out by both the men.
Co le and Richards will argue a Ill
tie point over a Blx-round course, rnd
'tho big fellows should provide gooi!
sport. Tho last tlmo tho men met
they put up a Rood go, although Co) la
wan-out of condition thfs tlmo Cojlo
will be In better fettle and hp Is going
to do his best to get tho decision tover
his old opponent.
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Art of Saving
W. II. Hidden, tho Australian life
saving expert, has been Invited bv the
Healanl Boat Club, to give an exhibi
tion of his work next Sund-u at the
Blddell will glvo his exhibition at 1)
o'clock on Sunday morning In tho
deep water in 'front of the boat "lied
Volunteers will fal Into the wet and
after n few contortions will put uu i
fairly good Imitation of being drowned.
Then the Bon ill beach expert will dl.e
In nndshow how to handle a fiuntl?
man or woman In tho water.
Tho "drowning" person will giab too
llfe-cavcr and endeavor to pull him
under and then Blddcll wIP give bn
exhibition of how to get frco from J
panic stricken man, and safely con
voy him to shore.
, Tho club house will be open to vis
itors and everyono who Is Interested
In the work is Invited to attend.
There will bo a sea wren race sailed
on Hunday morning and as it will ho
tho first event thut has been confined
to tho ono type of boat, much inter
est is being Bhown In tho race. Four
wrens will be ready by Sunday, and
Iheu tho "Walloping Sallys" and
"Prancing Dalr) " bunch of sailors will
A combination horse race will bo
tun at Walpuhu on Thanksgiving Day
botween Lizzie Moore and I.ady Ber
nice; thehorse that is ahead at the
two furlong mark will tuko a purso
of 1300, and tho first to pass tho three
(urlong post will annex ' $100. Tho
horso (hut leads alt the way will take
Through the Kallbls plajlng tun
men on their team last Sunday who
were not on tho official list, they for-
fjiltfifl thntr Pumn in lh Mndnnu Ttinl
latter team Is now second In tho OahiJ'., ,'',", nulI". the clever Callfor-
League series with a standing of .600.
No less than $2G,S00 was taken at
tho gates on the day the University of
California defoatcd Stanfor.d. The
gamo Is being talked of all over tho
malnlanJ, and Rugby Is at last settled
In favor with over) body.
Jack O'Urleu and A1. Kaufman havo
been offorod a purso of 17000 to box
for the National Athletic Club of Phil
adelphia. O'llrlen has offered Kuuf
iiuiii ii bonus nf S1000 to ftlgu nrtlrlrx
fur tho llcht.
Davis Cup Play
On Prllny next which will he
Thursday In A'lbtralla (mid If that In
not Irish I don't know what In) Long
pick of the Antipodes In a tennis
match which will decide tho fate of
the famous Dals Cup.
Tho cup has for two jears rested In
tho custody of the Australasian tennis
authorities, in whose hands it was
placed by the two men Rrookes and
Wilding after they captured tho tro
phy In England.
Norman Brookes, who Is also sin
gles champion of the world. Is a won-
Jerful plner, and has shown In the
past that een the famous Doherty
when In Ills prime, would hive been
hnrd pushed to conquer him.' Nor
man has been playing tho game for
many years now, but as he started
when he was eight ears of uge, he Is
bt III a young man.
Brookes Is unbeatable In singles qt
present and, as ho can win any game
on his service alone, he does not have
much trouble In taking the remaining
ones with his net play. Ho Is consld
ercd a wonder cen In Australia
where they have turned out some fine
players In tho past, long before Inter
national tennis was thought of.
Wilding, Is a' dashing plajor anil
knows ovcry move In tho game; he
has plajed In nearly every country
certainly all over Buropo and In
scratch events has always held his
own. Ho and Brookes form the
strongest pair that Australasia con put
on a court, and they could probably
give Dnnlop and. Sharp, the next best
In tho Commonwealth, half thirty and
The result of the Davis cup play will
be awaited with the greatest Interest
here as the American representatives
had a match with our local champion.
during their short stay in Honolulu
when en route for tho land of tho
While Long and MLoughlln are not
thought to have much chance of re
covering tho cup, they aro still con
sidered to have a fighting, one. and
there Is "no doubt 'of their putting up
a great battle with tho present world's
The Americans will stop over here
when returning to the mainland, and
then Oco and Roth can havo another
try at the Coast men,
Notes on G., eat
It Is just seven jears since a blue
and gold team has carried off the
honors In a varsity football game.
and It Is the first time that a Cali
fornia varsity victory has been cel
ebrated on the 8tnnrord field. For
both these good reasons the wildest
(-nthuslasm marked the close Of the
game, and the victorious serpentine
win go down In Intercollegiate ath
letic history as one of the greatest
demonstiatlona ever seen, sas tho
There were a great many old-time
football heroes at the game, and
many of them were men who won
glory In the old style of play, but
the game yesterday seemed to arouse
mcir uiiiuu.ianm as nign as wougn
they had been Rugby players them
selves. Charlie Flckert and "nh"
Burnett, football Idols In the days of
fl7 nnri 'QO .... n I..-., --j -
td for the cardinal until the nnal
PlBtol wag fired,
Walter Tuller, who captained tho
second Rugby team at California
mree yeara ago, was present and
seemed thoroughly satisfied with the
outcome or the contest.
inoi" Murphy, who graduated
irom manrord In 1900, and "8tump
molt of the, 1907 class, journeyed
mm roriiana to witness the game.
Hoth these men were star quarter-
umm in me old game, and Stott
was also a Rugby player of ability
his last two years, having captained
the first Rugby team for Btunford,
"men won oy a score of 6 to 3.
Oeorgo Clark, an od-tme cardi
nal player, who led the famous 18 to
0 team on California field In 1904,
was seen In the bleachors, and Har
vey Shlolds, one of the tackles on
that famous eleven, was also prcs-
f .uu urn., ana captain of last
season, was easily one of the most
i.icea spectators at the game.
SYDNEY (N. S. wf), November 4.
Norman E. Brookes and w.u.r
Dunlop of Victoria ; A. K. Wilding
of New Zealand, und Dr. Sharp of
.- oumn waies, have been eolcct
u ucieua me uwignt y, Davis In
ternational tennis challenge cup
biusi me joung Cllfornlans.
Maurice r. Mclaughlin ,,nd Men i.
By Cal. 'Varsity
Rugby football has caughl on with
a hold that nothing will loosen In the
futuro on tho Coast, and the seal of
approval was put on tho grt.U game
in the match between tho university
of California and Stanford, which was
played on November 13 and resulted In
a win for the Blue nnd (lold by a scoro
of 19 to 13. '
From all accounts the game was a
beauty and the Coast papers aro full
of dope on the struggle, Jimmy
Schacffcr, tho coach who went o Aus
tralia to learn tho game. Is delighted
with tho way his men played, and good
old "Mother" Howe, who has been In
the gamo all his life, also has a little
to. say about tho matter. The two
coaches' opinions of tho gamo arc
Herbert Johns was the hern of the
game, and he scored two tries In bril
liant fashion. There was a trcmend;
out crowd at the gamo and the fact
was established, onco and forall, that
Rugby had come to stay In America.
"It was a great gamo, and I am
pround of every man who woio tho
blue ami gold," said Schacffcr. "Tho
team earned a well-deserved victory
by plalng aggressive ball throughout
tho gome, and It was team work that
won rather than Individual plalng. I
am more than satisfied with tho work
of the men on our team, and wo may
well feel proud to have beaten such an
aggregation as that which wore tho
cardinal. In the hour of our victory I
wish to pay a tributo to Coach Presley
of the Stanford team, who Is the fair
est sportsman that I ever mot."
"The result Is Just what I expected
and the better team certainly won."
ro marked Howe. "After coaching the
California team I knew what It could
do, and t am more than pleased with
the result. Our boys certainly de
served their lctory. and I am well
satisfied with their plajlng. It was n
good game of Rugby, and tho play In
today's gamo should go a long way to
ward making Rugby a popular gamo
on this Coast."
The Walalce and Fifth Cavalry
baseball teams crossed bats last Sun
day afternoo nat Walalee ground,
the game resulting In a score of 7-6
In favor of tho Walalee aggregation.
The Walalee line-up was: T. Ka-
hlwahlwo, c; Henry K. Domingo
ICapt.) p: Johnson, lb; J. Kuoha,
2b; Mon Sing, 3b; J. Pohlna, ss; F.
Quadroz, If; A. Kane, cf; Kuhca, rf.
Umpire, Wm. Kahn.
J. Cal Bwlng. late president of tho
Pacific Baseball League, came In on
the China this morning. Mr. ETwing Is
accompanied by his wife and already
Is In love with Honolulu. He will prob
ably take In the ball gamca at the Ath
letic Park on Bunday next, and ho
should get a surprlso when ho sees
the class of ball put up by the Chinese
and Japanese plajers.
Many fake offers are bolng mado for
the Joffries-Johnson fight and some
of the "promoters" who aro offering
$100,000 for the fight, are sending their
telegrams "collect," as they havo not
enpugh money to pay for tho wire.
"Battling" Nelson has made an offer
of 185,000 for tho Jeffries-Johnson
match, and wants to pull off the go In
Nevada. Bat wants a third Interest
In tho moving pictures of the fight.
In the first game, of a three-game
match of three-cushion billiards for
the, championship of the United
States Alfred de Oro of Now York,
the present champion, defeated John
Daly of Chicago by the scoro of 5M
to 36, in eighty-two Innings.
In the Yale fall regatta pn Novem
ber 4, the varsity crew racod for the
nest time this fall, and William Aver
Ill Harrlman, son of the late E. II.
Harrlman, made his debut as a Yale
Tho Inter Ocean this morning
says: "With the hope of being good
and, strong when he meets Jack John
son In their battle for the heavy
weight championship of the world.
Jeffries has decided to engage Frank
uotch, the champion heavy-weight
wrestler of the world, to work with
him for a few months when ho bo-
gins training for the fight. Jeffries
intends to work twice a day with
Ootch so far as to bo In flno condi
tion when tho bell clangs. Ootch
will probably accept Jeffries' offer
to assUt him n his training stunt."
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Laws In regard to tho movements
of autOH are carried to a flno point In
borne of the oastern cities.
Bridgeport doesn't permit a touring
car to pass a trolley car that Is at a
standstill when passengers are alight
ing. "The rear number plato shall bo so
fastened as not to swing; the lower
edge thereof shall ho at least eighteen
Inches from tho ground, and during
tho timeu when a motor vehicle is re-
nuircu to aispiay ngnts, said rear
registered number shall bp so llluml
noted an to be legible at a dlstanco of
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