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'SYBNtNO DOLLBTIN, HONOLULU,,!. II., THUnSDAY, JAN. 27, 1910.
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Tito nolo topic lii sporting circles.
I nolwltfistamllng (lie stir cnuscd by
lliu row In the National League, Is
whether or nol Jim Jeffries can "como
liark," or In other words, lio ns Rood
next BiimniiT an he wob flvo years ago.
If he can every one rectus to think
that he could bent Johnson easily, for
tho negro linen not care for body
blows, soys n l.tm Angeles paper.
, It must bo admitted, however, that
nbout tho only two pugM that err
stung Johniort very deep nre Joe
Choynskl and Snni I.angrord. Choyn
ski made Johnson unit in three roumU
when Jack waif a beginner In the game
In 1001, and Bam langford gave the
big negro tho hardest fight of bis life
In April, 190ft. lleforc ami til nee then,
hut few pugs have made, JoIiiihoii ex
lend himself and considering Choyn
skl and Longford, Jeffries will ho the
thlid good man Johnson tins signed
for, for hut few ilf the others he has
met were anything but second raters
ami this goes for Knufman, Uurns
Jeffries ban the best chance of any
pug that fvor lived to be himself iirnlu
for while he has been out of tho game
flvo years bo has lead n fairly oven
life nnd whllo bo bus probably drank
too much "bnozo" on various occasions
ho never carried tho di Inking to ex
cess and has never gone on long-con
tinned sprees. Kverynno In l)s An
jyiippin ana lommission IE ,,
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with all attachments for FIFTEEN DOLLARS reads like a
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that price the GOLDEN and will have a representative
of that company every day this week at our store demon
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himself In fast company bo was put
nwny In three rounds by Joe Choynskl.
Peter Johm-on, who cstnbllrhed tho
wonderful record of going fourteen
straight years without n reverse, fur
nishes nn example! of the great fighter
who tried to como back and failed.
After beating Paddy Slav In In Umdou
ho withdrew for six years. Then ho
fought Jeff In Son Francisco, nnd his
blowing for the three rounds the nf-
fair lasted was pitiable.
After Sharkey was beaten by Jef
fries at Coney Island be knocked out
Joo Ooddnrd. Jim. Jeffords, Jim Me-
Cormlck, Tom Conroy, Joe Chonyskl
and .Kreil Kilsscll Incidentally losing
(o Ruhllii and I'ltzslmmons, both at
Then came tho
lln In I-umlon, Jubilee week. Itiihlln
won this one. Two
big fuss with Huh
enrs Inter Sharkey
endeavored to coiao back at I'hlhidel
phla with Jack Mijnroe, nnd ho wasn't
team, ant) n ilfpng-looklng bunch
they nro on paper. Tho battery Is
formed ot 'Soares and Williams, 'nnd
that Is the real dope In that line.
II loth men are known to bo cool and
clever players, and ' Williams Is
pitching ball Just now that Soares
says Is as good as. ho has caught for
Then "Klddo" Chllllngworth will
hold down second base, nnd everyone
knows what he can do nt that Im
portant station. Tho lad has re
covered from his recent Illness, nnd
Is feeling well ngnln. It wll be n
treat to see Henry, who Is n real
trier nil the time, once more .on the
diamond. ' ,
The rest of tho team will back up
the battery Just as well, nnd It goes
without Haying that Sergeant Harry
will be there with n hand-out of
rooting dope ihat will stir tho nine
up to their best possible form..
The Marines nre working out
every afternoon, and Lieutenant Kll
gorc Is, as usual, taking the greatest
Interest In the doings of the team.
Ollison and Anderson will probably
form the battery for the half-wets,
and Hajcs, (law, Anderson ft Co.
will be on deck with the goods with
which to take fie scalps of Harry's
The full lineup of the Guards Is
as follows: Soares, c; Williams, p.;
Ilutlcr, lb.; Chllllngworth. 2b.;
Lemon, ss.; Iliishnell, 3b.; Itlct, rf.;
Kn Sue, cf.; Sumner, If.
The Marines will play tho sumo
team that they worked through the
Oaliu League series, and they will
leave no stone unturned In their 'ef
forts to beat what Is about tho best
team In Honolulu according to Ser
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Concert and Dance
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SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 29, 10
Beginning at 8 o'clock
For the Benefit of the Knahumanu
Society's Burial Fund
A rare chance to hear good sing
ing by Mr, Ernest Kaai's Glee Club
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
an even break with
good enough to gc
a boxer of Munroe
Mitchell a Joke.
Charlie Mitchell, the Ktixllsh hoivy
weight, fought Sullivan that famous'
thlrty-nlno-rouud draw nt Chantllly
In 1888 v After that be was piactlcally
out of the giinn for six years not en
gaging In h regular battle. When he Coptic in his stable. Tho little lady
tried to come hack in 1891, Jim Cor-'has raced on the Coait nnd she
belt taught him how to lake a Joke showed remarkable, foot for a young
lu three rounds at Jacksonville, Ho'ster. She Is a three-) ear-old nnd
was far fiom the Mitchell of old, nii-l has. nil the appearances of n goer.
Jerry Broderick Has
Speedy Little M-re
Jctryi Hrodeilck, the well-known
loial horseman and all-round sport,
has n beautiful inclng mare named
Coibett. white stocking. She Is built like a
.li.ck llcinpscy, the Kimp-irrll, eimlly 'stajer, and has hind quarters that
the best middleweight of his time tin- nre meant for propelling. She Is
111 tho advent of Hob Fltixlmnions.'very deep In the barrel and has a
was ilellirnued bvf'the Austrnlliiii nt head that bespeaks Intelligence.
New Orleans. Willi the exception of nl "Yes," remarked Hroderlck yestur-1
bout or two, he wis out of tho ring nldny nrtornoon ns the writer and he
tritle over. hnnvVRtrs. ' In 18V3;-they discussed the coming ttnirth;ot)uly
matched blniitoTiox Tommy Ryan at'inces at Wulluku; "'this nittro of
Coney Island. Inline will be fit nnd well by the time
II was n most pathetic, sectaclo and Mho Maul races come off, and sure
brought tears to tho eyes of many of I'll give John O'Hourke tho race of
Dcmpsey's admirer, who bad known. his life with this lady, llanonlcu:
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per ,Vlonth
him when, he was Invincible. As an
act ol mercy, the unequal congest .was
stopped In the third round.' Khe
moiiths Inter the gallant warrior made
his last public appcaranco nt n ben
efit tendered him nt Madison Square
Card en. Shortly afler he passed away
nt Portland. Ore. Somo say tubercu
losis: others that he died of a broken
After "KM" .McCoy defeated Jack
(Twin) Sullhan at Los Angeles In
twenty rounds ho forsook iho ring for
four years. Iln always took good care
nf himself, but when ho boxed Jm
Stewart he, found H watt lniHisslblo
to "como hack," and although ho won
by n fulr margin ho was by ho mi;ans
tho McCoy who had beaten Oils tlur
lln. Tommy Hynn, Peter Mahcr, Dan
Crcdon and n coro of others.
Ptuldy Slavli' was another who tried
to come back. Ho retired In 1902. wa
In retirement for Ave years, )md
though ho was ouu of the best heavy
weights of his day, was knocked nut
In two rounds by Nick Hurley at Vic
toria, I). C, when next ho entered the
ring. Ho was credited with making
the hardest fight against Peter Jack
son tho black champion ever engaged
"Kid"' Lavlgno wns beaten by Jim
my Drill In nan Krauclsco In 1902.
Five years later, alter a loug courso
ot training ho re-entered the, ring with
Young Krne at I'lilladelphla. Ho made.
a bad showing ngalnirt tho speedy
Quaker, and was woefnllv otitelnKseit.
That clover ICnglltdi 4lghtwelght,
Jnbei Wblto. retired after defeating
"Spike'' Sullhan In London in 1902.
Three years later ho wbh Induced to
enter tho ring with Jimmy lliltt. Ho
wns .12 years of ago at tho time, and
although ho retained his cleverness,
his steam was gono, and ho lost t.o
Hrltt, Since then he has done, nothing
of consequence In the ring,
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For Sunday Bali
On Sunday, nt the M. A. A.
giounds, the Hawaiian hand wlfl
diheoursn sweet music while the N.
(1. II, and the IT, S. M. hook up on
tho baseball diamond. The match
should bo ono of the best seen here
for some time, and as both teams
nro practising hard, the game will
muko pcoplo think that It Is tho
height ot the local baseball season
Then ho boxed Jcf-Unsteud of the opposite.
Bcrgenm iiurry una seieciea ins
geles who knows Jeffries well or hn-owiM but u toy In the cloves hands of! Coptic Is a sorrel and has one
soon him every week known this to be
true, nnd slpco Ills marriage several
years ago his wife, has attended to
this part of It. While It Is going some
to bo tho champion of the world in the
prize ring. It Is uIbii going somo to be
tho wife of tho champion and It Ms
more than possible that Jeffries would
Imvo pine thlTlitioze" and gambling
route of many champion pugs bad 'it
nut been for Mrs. James J, Jeffries,
for whom tho big fellow has a whole
sale and retell. respect.
In any event whntovor may have
been tho ciiiso vf his ovenly tempo c.'.
Jlfo, It has been an even nnu nnd one
cause of It Is his remnrJcahlo physical
development, his youth, health and
(.trongth. It Is n 1011 to 1 bet that any
man who could stand up under the
fearful' bcntlngs given him by Shark
ey. Kltzslmmons nnd Corbctt' could
certainly bear up under n beefnteak
Kiipiicr. ten bottles of beer or a seven
hour nightly soclnl session nt pin
pool occasionally, nnd there nro none
of Jeff's Intlmato friends who think
Hint these things have hurt him
enough to stop him from "coming
back" to his old form.
It must be admitted, however, Hint
If he does he will bo tho first great
fighter that over did. but If the great
pugs of tho past had his constitution
nnd his health and strcngtn-iney
ruined 'their physical powers by dlssl
nation nnd lato hours long-continued.
Jeff's wonderful constitution may bring
him "buck" but tho history of tho ring
shows that a dozen other top-notchers
could not. Their lives provo nothing,
however, for nuno of them wcro llki
Lone Shining Light.
Jnck McAulllto. lightweight cham
pion, retired. Is about tho lono shining
example, of tho truly great fighters who
know when to stop. McAullffo had n
couplo of nanow escapes In his past
lo battles, with Young Orlffo nnd
nwim 'eluler and It didn't tnko very
close figuring to show him ho wasv
through. Two years later ho boxed
an exhibition with "KJd" Ijivlngo.und
publicly retired. Tho latter was ac-
claimed champion and held tho titlo
until ho was beaten by Flunk Krne.
John I,. Sullivan whipped Kllruln In
1889 quit the ,'lng for three years, went
to Australia, boxed an exhibition or
two, and took things easy. Ho ro-
cnterod the ling in 1892, and what
Coibett did to him at Now Orleans
was u full portion portion. That good
fighter, Fltzslmmons, knows what It Is
to try to como buck,
After being beaten by Philadelphia
Jack O'Hrlen everybody thought ho
was through. He was In retirement
for n couple of years, and at his ago
two years' IiIIciios'h didn't Improvo his
condition. Ho essayed to meet John
son In Philadelphia, ami tho old scout
didn't last two full rounds.
That mnrvel of cleverness and shift
iness, Jim Corbctt, had his lesson in
rehabilitation, and with sad results.
After that five-round skirmish with
"Kid" McCoy ho crept Into retirement
for thrco years,
mo In Frisco nnd his showing was
mournful compared to tho ono ho hud
made against Jeff n few yenis before
Wc arc Honolulu licadnuar-
ters for everything In tho
Freshnlms In scaled tins,,
papers, chemicals, etc.
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COLIt CAUSE HEADACHE
at Conuv Island.
Hall All In. iwvaativis liKUMU-yuiMNti, ro-
, Jim Hull, tho famous Australian, 'moves the caus.e. Uicil the world over
who onco knocked out Hob Kltzslm-I to cure n cold in one day. K. '.
mona In four rounds, retired In 189C. GROVE'S signature on each box. Made
Ho whr nut of thn game about four I by
years, nnd when he tried to rclnstato PARIS medicinb CO, sint Uuli, u. s.A.
Yes, begorrah; bring her along,
little mare will take care of her,
"llunonlca won on the Coast n
week or so ago. She Is all right
over any distance from six furlongs
up. Never mind; Coptic would give
llanoiilcn n great go of It over half a
mile. Say, Paddy, d'you remember
Judge ? There was a bhoy for
ou. He wns the Judge ot a horse.
Say, that malm would travel for n
week to sco a quarter-mile race. I
niolnd once the judge traveled for
three dujs on n stage coach to be
on hand; when a two-furlong sprint
was to be run for a big bet. Tim
stago got Into town a few minutes
before the race started, and the
Judge was enticed Into a saloon to
have a fid. Just ns he lifted the
glass .to his lips someone jelled:
'They're off!' .
The Judge wouldn't lose tho
drink, and tossed It down his neck.
He then rushed outside, but the race
was over. The way that Judge went
on was awful. Sure, I never heard
such language In me lolf.
"No, you betchcr, It won't ho that
vay on Maul; I will tuke rue beer
after Coptic has won. She is a
benutlful creature; but, Paddy, d'yer
remember Colonel , who used to
follow the ponies back In little old
'Frisco nbout twcnty-folvo years
ago? Why, he ," hut Jerry's audi
ence faded away, aid the owner of
the smart little mure decided to cut
out oldtlme stories.
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Soccer Men Will
Play On Saturday
On Saturday the Malles and I'll-
nahous will play their final match In
the soccer series, and a i;ost excit
ing and close game should eventu
ate. The two teams are tied for
the championship, and, Judging from
the class ot play put up by tho men,
there is a chance of another drawu
game being played.
The Malles are Improving every
time they take to the field, and their
exhibition last Saturday wus a really
godd one. The Punahous played
good soccer, too, nud'the way they
attacked the Malle goal at times wus
u treat to wutch.
It would give soccer a great lio-is't
If the two teams once more tied nnd
another match had to be played, The
soccer guinea huve not been too well
patronized this season, and more is
the pity, as tho plajeis have been
giving flue exhibitions.
Theio mny be two games, us the
school tcums want to huve n mutch,
and If the big game Is advalictd a
little and Blurted at 2 o'clock, there
will be time fur both mutches to bo
Many a bright-eyed person looks nn
the dark side of things.
Cor. Nuuanu and Pauahl Streets.
In a Series of New COMEDY ACTS
. and Pleasing Specialties
A REFINED ENTERTAINMENT
NEW DANCE HALL
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Open every night except Monday
Good Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Excellent floor arrangement.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
.OFHCE iUPPLY CO. $
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DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
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, Meeting Tonrght
This evening at C. V. Chilling-
worth's offlco tho meeting of thoso In
tcrcitcd In thu Haleiwa Miiruthou-race
will bo -held, nnd it Is expected Jtliitt
a big gathcilng of sKirts will bo on
hand to launch the tchemo In good
The meeting will bo called to order
at half past sucn o'clock, and a gen
eral discussion of tho plans for thu
race will bo held. Major Kern Is tak
Ing a great Interest In the race, and
has already pt utilised that ho will do
unto a flno trophy as ouu of tho prizes.
Ills Honor will also act as starter for
the raco, and can bo relied iiikiii to
send the men uway ou their long Jour
ney In a bunch.
Nigel Juckfon Is woiklng on the
laco with much enthusiasm, and ho Is
also going to coAipcto In the event.
He, ns usual, reports himself ns feel
ing very fit and confident that he can
win. That Is (he right spirit fur n
man to start In n raco with and It
would not surprise anyone very much
it Jncksou added one moiu Mnralhou
to bis little list.
Tho excursion train idea will bo tak
en up too at iho meeting, uml tt Is
thought that ns ft bo Inst ono wus so
succeshfiil there will bo no tumble
nbout arranging for a special, A bit;
crowd Is sure to make tho trlp'to Ha
leiwa. ulieie. (he lace will end, and
the lime spent theio will bo much en
Jojed by everybody, '
Most of tlm prizes this jear will bo
vnluublo medals, and these should bo
very acceptublo to tho fortunate ami
speedy runners who annex them. Ev
erybody who lakes an luteicst In long
distance running Is Invited to attend
the meeting this evening.
We are now in a position to de
liver to all parts of the Territory,
and beg to advise that we give fam
ily orders our special attention.
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' There Is no moto talk of tho pro
posed trip of th'e Alameilii High School
ho)s and the mutter appears to have
died a natural death. This is much to
bo deploied as n meeting between our
local athletes and the cracks from tho
Coast would have been very Interest'
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