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BVTN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.-H.i-TIlURBDAY, MAR. 10, 1910.
OLD QUESTION IS
MISS EVA ALVA ,
Song and AcniWtk Dtrtee Artist
jk EABBY WEIL
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Isn't it a fact that von
Jen witi Scale, plight, leaf Carl
j sw. seem to ium nowers ana
u io, you snouiatry snerwin-wunams
. This k one of the beat paresltio inieot destroyers, and is alio oar-
tiookrly valuable for" killing lice on anlmali. For" Bom Aphis and Bom
Molt, a diluted solution t very effective.
Wa aUo'kaT a, good ttoolc of Bherwin-Willianu' PABIS QBEEH,
which is tore death 'to Bug kills every time.
" . Bemembec! BHERwTrT-WTLHAMS CO. put up 'both then articles,
tad anything 'with their name on is all right, every tine.
E. 0. Hall &
Wines and. Liquors .
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We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily. ' . j
Telephone i Family Trade a Specialty Teiepncm;
WB GUABANTEl OUB GOODS.
"1 SMUTS BHIBrt AND GOIXAMxUrjNDEBD m A IUPBB10B
J. A. GILMAN,
N' Shipping and Commission
Agent for ,
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott fc Co., San Franoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General FireiBxtingnisher Co.
(GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPBINKLBB)
Neninan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
BOOK 400, JTJDD BUILDING, HONOLULU1, 1. X.
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KET. ALWAYS FBESH AMD TEB BEST IN THE CITY.
INSIST ON GETTING "CRYSTAL SPBINGS BUTTEB,
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FRESH FOI DELIVERED AT BESIDENCES.
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,WE EAVB ALWAYS GIVEN SATISFACTION IN OUB
Wood and Coal Deliveries
The quality Of our fuel is high, and the delivery is promptly
-.Our office is now on Queen Street, next to the offices of the Inter
Island Co. Telephone 281. '
. Honolulu Construction &; Oraying Co-; Ltd.
ara havimr a lot of titrable in onr
Scab, and all the reit of tke big
irun trees juit u anon at yoi -
J. Abadi, Prop.
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AIL HEADY FOR
JEWELS VS. J. A. C.
BEBT BOWEB WILL - - ' .
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Slight Change in prices .of Admis
sionTwo Gamer at Athletio
Park on Sunday First Meeting
of Seniors and Juniors. .
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There Is a lot ofenthusiasm be
Ing shown In the Diamond Head-J.
A.'C. series of games that Is to be
started up on Sunday next, and It
Wouldippear to bo certain" that some
c)oie" and exciting matches will be
played betore the deciding third
game Is won. The team that wins
three out of the five games will be
declared the champions, and ss both
nines have 4 large following of fans,
there Is going to be, something do
ing for sure. ' " r y
This will be the;flrst meeting of a
senior and Junior team In a series
of gsmes, ,and although there has
been a- great amount of talk about
IbA. respective ability of the nines,
nothing- really definite Is known. The
Ju'ftiors. will ' be jilaying' on- their own
eweund?sdthev win teal uh'om:
while' the other ' bunch accustomed
10 playing on' the larger ground, will
have to feel around for a while.
The question of an umpire was
a much Tfxsd one, and tor a time
It was hard to decide who to get.
However; arrangements were made
Whereby Bert Bower, the best msn
In the Territory with the Indicator,
was prevailed upon to take the job.
Bert la too well known to need
any Introduction. For years he act
ed as umpire for the big league and
his decisions were always good. He
will be the right man In the right
place at the Athletic Park, and the
piayera are lucxy to nave nim to call
The J. A..C. have decided to play
the following team In their first
game with the Jewels: Kealoha,
p.; Hoopll, c; Dreler, lb.; Franco,
2b.; Akana, as.; Ross, 3b.; Walker,
cf.; Zerbe, rr.; Waklta, If. There Is
only one Japanese on the team, and
that Is waklta, who plays In the
left field. However, the Japanese of
the city take the greatest Interest
In the team and root for It just tho
same as It the players were sons of
A change has been made In the
admission charges to the grounds,
and for -the Diamond Head-J. A. C.
series the prlcA will be as follows:
Center section of grandstand, 35c;
both w)ngs of grandstand, 2Cc.;
bleachers, lSe. '
There should be a big crowd of
fans present at the Athletic Park
when the first ball Is pitched next
8undsy and the crowd will certainly
be rewarded with a first-class game
of baseball; The Muhocks and Asa
his will provide some fun for the
early arrivals at the park, and when
the minors are' through with their
game, the Inter-league spasm will
"uuii" 1$ ink rnni
Yacht Will Take Big Crowd to Pearl
Earbot Much 20 Good -Baces
On nest Siinday week the yachting
season will 'open and It will be cele
brated by crulpfi to Pearl Harbor,
where a number of rowing and sailing
races Will be pullod off.
The Hawaii, which Is to .carry the
hopes of these Islands In the trans
pacific race, will sail down to Pearl
Harbor with a party of guests, and
luncheon1 will be provided on board. A
charge of 11.50 per head will bo made
for the kaukou, but tho trip down will
cost nothing. The Hawaii Is belirg
fitted out and painted In preparation
for the long trip to the mainland, and
she will be In the best posBlblo condi
tion whAtt-tcJf, Ipavpr fnr'lHn Pnnftt.
The crewllBs'nbt yeC'l-epn'sclcciod,
but It Is' expected that 'somctlilng will
H Secretaries ins1 mianacera of tt
M athletic dubs are Invited to send U
tt In tho dates of any ot'enta which U
it, they' may )$&&' up for In- tt
ttUeitloh tunaeVJbeVsboVe hoad. tt
t Address all cbmmunlcallons to H
tt the Sixirtlng Editor, BiUlotln. it
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ATHLETIC PARK. tt
8 March 13 Diamond1 Heads vs. t
J. A. C. tt
tt March 13 Muboctia' vs. Asahts. tt
March 20 Diamond Heads vs. tt
' J-Avc-' v - a
' ATHLETIOFARK. ft
tt March 19 Interhayonnl Series,
Races. ' " V ;
tt Msrstheh, .,
U April 3 7-Halela Annual Raco.
a April' S-T-Motor-cyelotttaie,
April 3 BlcjCle Race.
tt Handball. tl
ii V. M.'tJ. A. H
U M.lfch 10 High School Tourna- tt
tt ment. ' " tt
tt VlstleJ. , tt
t LEItLEllUA. . ' tt
t March IP McFaddCri vs.'Marlow. it
t Bars flaslno, . tt
WAII.IV: ' tt
July 4 Inter-Island meet. tt
Trsns Pacific 'Yacht .Race, tt
July i Start from Ban KrancUco. tt
World's Chamlenshlp Fight. ,tt
July 4 Jsmee JcJWeS; as. Jack si
ll' Johnson. ' "tt
IANGF0RD AND FLYNN
TO BOX ON TflURM
",The Fireman"MayNot Bepeat His
Victory of Four Weeks Ako
Burns Would Fight Negro,
This day week Sam I-nngford and
Jim Flyun will Once more meet In
the squared circle, and then once
and for all the matter of who Is the
bettor man with the mitts will be
decided. According to all the ac
cbftits of the go that reached this
city, Langford was not In It -with
the "Fireman" during the first fight.
However, there are plenty of wise
people who seem (9 Imagine that the
black can make a better showing
than hedld before, and that the go
on St. Patrick's Day will have a dif
ferent termination to the one of a
few weeks ago.
Unless Langford Is a wonder at
stalling, he would appear to have
Lno chance against the Irishman, but,
then, there are many followers of
the game who consider that the short.
distance traveled was against Lang
ford, and that he will show up much
better In the 45-round contest.
Should Langford defeat Flynn,
there Is n match awaiting him
against Tommy Hums, who is get
ting Into form down In Australia.
Hugh Mcintosh Is trying to arrange
things tor Tommy to fight Langford
after the Burns-Lang contest.
Should Hums go down to Lang,
there would be no further talk of
the ex-champlon boxing the negro. ,
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Tho endurance motorcycle race that
was suggested by Bill Chilton IS being
Considered by the agents and riders of
the different brands of, machines, and
It may be settled that Oahu will see
a 1000 mllds race. Ton times around
he Island would do tho trick almost!
ana me exira roriy nincn cuiyu ut
easily done so as to finish In the cen
ter of the city.
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The' Halelwa Marathon Is a settled
affair and the excursion train has all
been arranged for. Tho bfg crowd
that went down last oar will be able
(o do tho game on April 3, and k jolly
pany is sure 10 mane me irip.
be done In tho matter In the near fu
ture. If the trip could only be done
In a littleness tlmo thore and the
race back thoro nro many amateur
sailors who would jump at the chance
of going up on the Hawaii.
All tho arrnngements for the regntta
at Pearl Harbor arp nearly complete
dm) Commodore Jaeger nnd. a party
went tlon on tho Knlnmahu ?H and
looked ocr tho ground tho other day.
FBOSFECIS BRIGHT FOB
, TEE COMING SEASON
All 01dt'mersWiir Play and Manv
New Arrivals Will Appear on
Field Anothej Excursion to
Maui It Plannjd.
Tomorrow night the cricketers
will once more get together and
start the ball rolling for next sea
son's piny. The 'masting will be
held In Castle k Wlthlngton's office
at 7:30 o'clock, The usual bunch
of wlllow-wlelders wllf doubtless at
tend, and all the b'utlncBs of elect'
lug officers siid-decldlng ,on the
Opening date of the season will be
. The-comlnir season thouM hit
good one, "as there are Quite a num-
..-- . . ...
oer tot piayera of me game among
ihe-,ew arrl.vali In the city. The
cricket ground Is id good order, and
thete Is an abundance of cricketing
material on hand.
Although there does not appear to
be any chance lb. the near future of
there belnc anv matches ualnat
MUl), Pfi;t?S,iWi there., were
At season -with the Flora Snd'Cam
brlan elevens, there can always be
matches arranged with the crews ,of
the different "tramp" British boats
that from time Id time arrive In ttyls
Then Bishop & Co. can be tailed
upon to put elevens In-the field and,
like last year, provide some of the
best matches seen on the local field.'
The banking bunch are good at the
game, and the H. C. C. has to watch
Its laurels when the coln-splnners
are up against them.
pob Anderson, the best bat in the
Territory, will be In tho game with
his usual whole-henrtness, and.
should he strike form early In the
season, will no doubt knock up a
long string of centuries. Bob, Is
there with the ball, too, and he cap
tured a large number of wickets last
j ear at a very moderate cost.
Then the "G. O. M." of local
cricket, R. A. Jordan, has been en
ticed back to the fold, and Instesd
of spending all his spare time on
the golf, links he will once more
how the younger generation how1 to
hit the" bowling all over the' shop.
Blg-hltter Morse, who last rear,
after a retirement from the gams for
about two years, came back and sooq
got Into form and did some batting
and bowling that was worthy of his
oldtlme style, will don the flannels
this season, and there Is no doubt
that he will pile up some big scores
during the year.
Most of the old players wilt bJ In
harness this season, and a number
of new men will be tried out. An
other excursion will be on tap later'
on, nnd either Hllo or Walluku will
be visited. The bunch that went t6
Maul last time enjoyed themselves
Immensely, and there Is no doubt
that the same old ciowd would glad
ly go over to the Valley island
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H(FUKI BUI 1110 TI!,
Clarence Beynoldi Was Taken Into
Camp McFadden Is to Box
Tommy Marlow Tonight at Lei
Jack McFaddon returned from Mid
this morning on the Claudtne, and the
lightweight reports that ho took, the
goat of Clarence Renlds In the sixth
round of what was scheduled to be a
niteon round go.
Jonathan Is going out to Lellehua
this afternoon, and hu Is booked to
box Tommy Marlow of tho Fifth Cav
alry tonight at Schoficld Darracks.
McFadden Is In good condition and
feols confident that he can account for
Marlon w.111 be remcrnbercdy hfi
I fight fans ns the .man who appeared,
several .times lit
movitui iiut-H ill i
has mlxedtltywth t
the best men In
Authorities Disagree on Point
Some Say Sullivan's Drawing of
Color line Jrrevented Him Be
ing Real Champion.
Onco more tho old question has been
relved, "Was John L. Sullivan ever
champion of the world, nnd If so,
Pugilistic authorities dlsagreo on
this point, some contending that he
was the chsmplon, and others argu
ing against It sa)s tho Chronicle.
There Is little question, however, but
that ho was recognized as the cbam
plon under the London prize-ring
rules, and many of tho sportlngfiex
perls have admitted his right to tho
title up' to the time of his defeat by
JSmes J. Corbett.
Sullivan's draw with Mitchell In
France has been taken In certain quar
ters as questioning his right to tho
belt, but, as he was champion at tho
tlmo and was not defeated. It could
hardly affect his right. It has also
been held against Sullivan that he
drew the color line, and was there
fore not a real champion. This nlsj
Is a matter of debate.
In 1809 Tom Allen of England anJ
Mike McCool fought near St. Louis
far the world's championship, and Me
Cool won on a foul In nine rounds
In 1873 Tom Allen and McColl fought
again, nnd Allen regained the cham
pionship. Joe IJogn, an Englishman, fought
Allen near Covington, Ky., In 187C,
and won on a foul in twenty-seven
rounds. Then Paddy Ryan was match
ed with Ooss, and In 1880 won after
eighty-seven rounds at collier, w. Va.
It appears from this history that
Ryatt had a right to the champion
ship. Sullivan was matched with Ry
an In 1882 at Mississippi City, Miss,
and knocked Ryan out In nine rounds.
This, as has been stated, was under
prize-ring rules, end It was because
of this fight that Sullivan claimed the
In 1885 Jem Smith claimed the hea
vyweight championship of England
and fought Jack Davis for the title.
Bmltrj won And was hailed as cham
pion of England,- but not world's chain
Dion. About this time, 1887, jaxa Kiiram
challenged Sullivan for i&OOO a side
and the belt,, but through a' dlsagreo-,
hinnl fwAfeaAti' &ttltlvnn nnd Pnv thft
slch -felMhronsh. rtdfaliiclalmed
the title, but-.suortln men never rec
1 In December. I8S7, Kllrajn and
Jem 8mlth fought a draw that last
ed 106 rounds, lb 1S89 Bulllvan chal
lenged KJIraln for 110,000 a side, and
they fought in Richmond, Hiss, with
bare knuckles.-. Sullivan defeated Kit
rain In seventy-five rounds.
That was the last championship
fight under. Londba prize ring rules
and, as Kllraln had drawn with the
champion of England and been de
feated by Sullivan, tho contention
seems good that Sullivan had a por
ted right to the Jltlo.
Many have claimed that Charlie
Mitchell shared tho honors with Sul
livan because of his thlrty-nlno round
draw. Sullivan thereafter traveled the
world orr boxed nil comers and nev
er met defc.it.
Peter Jatkson came from Australia
as champion of that country, but Sulli
van always drew tho color line. Cor
bett, however, fought a sixty-one round
draw with Jackson and In September
1(92, beat Sullivan In twenty-one
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DOTS AND DASHES FB0M
Tug Davis, of the 'Fourteenth In
fantry; and champion broadswonlsman,
fencer, etc. Is going to settle In Ho
nolulu as soon ss he Is mustered out
nn arrival of tho regiment nt San
'Tho Honolulu baseball lenguo will
hold Its meeting on Monday next. It
was postponed from last utght nn ac
count of severni o the members being
away from town, 1 IR'
" A. K. Vlcrru Is looking pleased over
the prospects of the tugof-war propo
sition and the men who are to pull In
It are practicing all sorts of hand and
toot wprk. "
Gaw, of tfio Marines, had his oe lm
lured In a practice game on Tuesday;
he may bo'out of tho sport for tho
Now that some of the men are
signing an outl-meat pledge, let the
glrjs sign an anti-sweetmeat pledge.
Hit the meat trust and tneJ sugar
trust together. Milwaukee Journal.
A man Isn't necessarily crooked
because he can't keep a straight
past on tho mainland, and still has a
punch that will do tho trick If landed
on tho proper place.
Jack McFudden, however, Is not tho
kind of guy who will stick his chin
out to meet a wallop, and Tommy will
be lucky If ho manages to put ono
where It will do tho most good. Tho
,1'JghlliiB Fifth boys nro all worked up
over the coining icrnh, unjt t) ecntln
gent of town sporth'fs nlso'golng'down
I to sco tho go.
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Change of Program, Monday, Wed-
neiday ana may
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