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, EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. Titf,, WEDNESDAY. APR. 27, lftlO
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FRIDAY AFTERNOON OR EVENINO, APRIL 29TH, 1910
As per Arrival and Sailing of the S. S. Mararna
THE WORLD-FAMOUS PIANIST
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PRICES $1. $1.50 and $2
SEATS on Sale at Bergstrom Music Co., Monday, April 25, at 10
o'clock a. m.
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Wines and liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Telephone 4
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fl Secretaries and tnananTn
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St lii llm ilnluH i( any events which tt
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it rmllcj'i iirnlcr tlin nlmvu hcitil. tt
ii AiIiIichh all LiiiiiiilimlcalliiiiH In t!
M the Sporting KilllKr. II it II u tl n. tl
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B03 FITZSIMMONS WILL j MiUTAnY,i.i:Aaui:. tt
PASS -THROUGH NEXT BOAT 'J. iXS"1 ?,
Burn, and Mcintosh Will Also Visit1 g ".? '-'' Cor' " g
Honolulu on -Their Way to the .tt Mny 7 N. O. II, vs. Shartera; a
ClAfaa TifVtt Diiifj. AT aw T7 ffr Mnrlnnn Vtt I f is f it t n 1 ft ff
klMrsuut Aitikutvi j ajv
FINE BOXING BOUTS
' AT OHPHEUM
NOBLE ART WILL
' BE IN EVIDENCE
U Marines vs. Hospital Co.
it I'l.ANTATlON l.KAUllK.
tt May 1 Ewa- vs. Walalu.
a Mny 1 Alea vs, Wnlnaliu.
a July International Games.
a ATHLETIC l'AUK.
tt May 1 C. A. C. vs. II. 3. M. C.
tt J. A. C. vg P. A. C.
tt May H U. S. . C. mi. J. A. C.
tt I', A. C. vs. C. A. C.
tt May 131'. A. C. vm. I). 8. it. C.
(J. A. U. VK, J. A. U.
tt School League,
"Hob Kltulmmons, bis wife, Hush
Mcintosh"' and Bevoral other sport
will pass through Honolulu next
month," said Tommy Hums mana
ger, J, Keatlnff, estcrday afternoon
to nllullet In man.
"We spent almost eighteen months
In Australia," nddeif Keating, "and
we certainly bad n grand time. I
was In Portland, Ote., when Tommy
wrote mo and asked me to go to Aus
tralia and manage Mb shows there.
Tommy said In his letter that he wns
trnlnlnir nut nt the Stadium and
that twice a week between six and a Mny 30 Princess Rink,
seven thousand PPPW"-: a April 30-Wahllanl' vs,
uuuar 10 which mm uux, uu mc ouh !
skipping rope, nnd do other stunts! u ' Oojf(
on the stage. au2, 31 Bogey Tournament
I . . ' i 1 .
Wahilani and McColIough AreShap.
inp welt Good Matches Are
Aisured Crowded Houiei Expected,
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Pranoiseo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(GRINNELI AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Nemuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
ROOM 400, JUDD BUILDING, HONOLULU, T. H.
PHONE! 50 ,
Make the laundry work light
Ask your grocer for it
"Although I knew Tommy was not
llurins nTuler I wk- his statement
with a grain of satt 1 could not fig
ure on such an nmount of money
being raked In every few days. How
ever, I happened to' land In Sydney
un one of Tommy's public training
days, and, say, I got the surprise of
my life when I got out of a taxlcab
and stopped Inside the Stadium. The
fans lo the number of 6000 were
congregated around the ring, and as
much Interest was taken in the show
ns If It were n real fight' night.
"Well, it Is an old story about
how Tommy got beaten by Johnson,
but, say, did you ever happen to
learn that Jack Johnson had two
ribs broken In the memorable fight?
Yes; It is true . enough; and al
though the matter was kept very
quiet, I know It to be a (act.
"The last match Tommy had was
that with mil Lang, and, really,
Tomrny was a sick man when ho
stepped Into the ring. He had a bad
attack of dysentery some weeks be
fore the date first set far the con
test, atid.hu had to ink for a post
ponement. Lang objected to too
long a postponement, and Tommy nt
Inst said to me, 'Well, let It go, as
Lane wants tt; I can beat the fel
low, anyhow,' When Tommy stepped
Into tne ring lie was a sick .man,
but ho simply outboxed and out-
holnltd Lang and got -the decision.
"Tommy may come through on the
next Canadian boat, but It Is more
Out at Kort Shatter "Ironnian"
JJ , McColiough Is hard at work getting
II una mm lor nm uiieeiiTounu con
H.teat with Wahilani, the native box
a er, who has el to take the count
tt ' from uuy local nmn. The Shatter
repreentatlve Is looking very lit,
H'aud has put on u lot of weight that
,11 will enable him to put a much hard-
a April 30 Puinboii vs. St. Louis; a.er punch la than when he last met
8 tliu Hawaiian.
"i MiCollough gvs through all the
regular stunts cf n training spell,
'' and he takes very kindly to t
U uMppIng, shadow.sparrlng, punching
McCul tt the bag and boxliig exercises. He
a has many Darters who are willing
..ito put on the gloves every afternoon
tt tor,u few rounds of boxing, and the
t! i bouts do not develop Into child's
play, cither. The men roll mtO"MHC
H,iu whole-hearted fashion, but, no
f..... . t.j .t... i.i. ii. ,
II i iiiHiiur iiuw nuru iiiuy 1111 iue iruu
glutim, he'Hcomes buck with a smile
and doer the Oliver Twist act.
a Kams. vs. HIkIis.
tt May 2 Kumi v 8t. Louis.
tt May t Piinahon vs. High.
tt Skating Marsthon.
"a. May T Opening oli-season
a May 4 Wall Cup.
a May IB Cooper Cup.
a Juno S Macfarlane Cup, a
a July 5 Bea Wren Usee; w
a Trap Shooting. a
a April 27 Weekly Cup. a
tt Horse Racing. It
a WAII.IIKU. tt
a July t Inter-Island meet. a
a Trins Pacific Yacht Ree. fl
a July 9 Start from San Pedro. tt
a World's Championship Fight. U
a July 4 James Jeffries vs. Jack tt
a Johnson. a
for her husband to meet her at my
home In Portland. My wl.'e Is with
us, and our sou, who wns born In
Australia lust year, Is also a passen
ger. I've numed the kid Sydney
after the city be was born In, and
no doubt somo day he will take a
trip back there to see his native
"No moving pictures were taken
of the llums-Ing light, as we have
quite a number of the two men In
action on other occasions. I will
cable Mcintosh to see to It that, If
the boat he comes through on
reachea Honolulu In (lucent time, he
glvo an exhibition of the Illms of
the Hums-Johnson light. Say, that
nigger cun fight for sure. He look
ed like a giant alongside Tommy,
GRAND MAY-DAY FETE
The Kilohana Art League,
At Ainahavi, Waikiki,
SATURDAY, APRIL 30, FROM 2 TO 0 P. M.
ADMISSION Adults, SOc; Children, 25c.
lln.ifi In llm flt-nt rmtltln nt rnutuli '
but the other fellow Is equally He-, HaWflHan OpCM HOUSC
terniliieil lo nut Richard to sleen.
II ml rattle out ot tho box. .
The second preliminary will bo be
tween llugler Snrcbilt and "Yuuur
Onus," and a good contest will sure
ly result, ns both the boxers are out
for the dough.
Jack Mcb'uddeii Is managing the
show, and he kuows the sort ot sport
that pleases the fans. Ho also knows
that If the boxeis do not do their
best tho promised boom In boxing
In this city will empire, and that will
end the business.
a a a
DOTS AND DASHES.
The following members of the
Plrst Hospital Co. will report to
tnelr headquarters at the Iluugalow
not later than. Thursday, April 28,
for Instruction by Sergeant Harry:
Addison, Duller, l,otu, I.unl, Mc-
Candless, Pa, Sing, J. Townscnd, tl.
TowiihciuI, Woodwurd, Williams,
Yap, Kleinme, Loco nnd Odensttnc.
The McRae Stock Co. v
BY EUGENE WALTER
Author of "Paid in Full,'
STOItY Of THK
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and
next uanauian ooai, uui ii is more , , . - i,. . ,,,,
probable that he will catch the one weve,r' n'' my ,,mn '"ul bad
after the next. Ho has to dispose
of his string of racehorses and other
property that' ho has accumulated In
Australia. Tommy Is sure the luck
iest Man I ever knew; money comes
to him unasked. Why, he cleared
up $10,000 on tho Lung fight, and
shortly afterwards won a 'double
event on tho famous Randwlclc race
course with his two. best horses.
"Mrs. Hums Is going through on
" At Reasonable Prices
the Makura with me. She will wait with a friend.
time of It
'Keatlng'salled on the Makura last
night, and will from Vaicouver make
his way down to Seattle first and
then go to Portland. He met .with
a bad accident In Sydnsy and had
both legs nearly cut oft. Seventy
Ave stitches were put Into one leg
and fifty or more Into the other.
The trouble aroso through falling
through a skylight while wrestling
There are several promising box
eis at Ftort Shatter now, and t may
be that In the near future some of
them will be seen In the local ring.
The game Is being taken up again
at the fort, and many of the new
arrivals from the.Coast who can spar
a little are being Instructed In the
iiohlo art by one of the cleverer men.
Wahilani Is leaving no stone un
turned to lit himself for the coming
struggle, and he has been working
out bard for the big go, He real
izes that In the McColIough whq
will box on Saturday night he Is
going up ph..luu( a man who has lm-
pioved n lot since tho last time the
two men met In tho ring. The liu-
tte lad Is clever enough, and has
a wnllup that carries the knockout
drops If landed fairly. He' Is very
confident, and bis record In the past
Is enough to make him feel so.
All those who were present at tho
Star Theater on the night that Wa
ti 1 1 it n t knocked the soldier' from Le-
llehua out, will remember the ter
rlfic punch that uid the trick. The
Hawaiian certainly wen( close to
knocking the block oft his opponent,
and when the soldier shot through
tho ropes most of the spectators
thought that he would continue his
wild career over the sld ot the
stage and land on the floor, '
Next Saturday ulght Wahilani
will go up against McColIough for)
the tnira time, ana n most exciting
fight Is anticipated by all the fol
lowors ot the gome.. The prelimi
naries wilt be good also, and the
first a four-round go between Jim
Hoao and Limey lllcbards will stir
the fans up In fine form. "Richards
Is going to do his best to finish oft
Tomorrow, night the consolation
tennis tournament of he Manoi
club will be played by electric light,
and some fast and exciting games
are sure to be seen. Play wilt star.l
at 7 o'clock sharp, and ihe usual big!
crowd of spcctato.s Is expected tot
turn up at the unirU. I
"THE MAN OF THE HOUR"
So far no trophy has been offered
for competition by the school base
ball league. The bos would much
appreciate a cup which could bo
held by the winning team.
Henry Chnilngworlh has been ap
pointed official umpire for tho plan
tation leaguo, and "Klddo" will show
the "farmers" what real decisions
Thori will be n tug-of-war on
skates this evening nt tho Princess
Hlnk, ami a flno lot of fun Is anticipated.
The Grammar School Athletic
League Is going strong, and nine
schools are now on the list.
BIG VAUDEVILLE BILL
10, 15, 20 and 25 Cents
Our place is the resort of men who appreciate com-'
fort, good taste, good service,' good fellowship.
Stay a minute or an hour; buy or' not. i
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SATURDAY j : APRIL -30
(Iron Man of Fort Shatter)
Fifteen Rounds for Welterweight
TWO RATTLING PRELIMINARIES
JIM H0A (Native Wonder) vs,
LIMEY RICHARDS (Camp Very)
YOUNO GANS vs. SARC0NI Six
MAYO 4 HOME
Comedy Sketch Team
Singing and Dancing
MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY
ADMISSION Rinetide. J2: Re
served Seats, $1.5.0 and $1; Gallery,
On Sale at Fitzpatrick Bros.' Cigar
stana, Hotel ana ton streets.
Open Every Afternoon and Evening
, (26 Miles 385 Yards)
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23
For the McCandleis Trophy and a
Handsome Gold Medal
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
"Get the Habit"
: LEARN TO ROLLER SKATE
HARRIS AND VERNON
Comedy Knockabout Artists, Singers
GARDNER. RANKIN AND GRIFFIN
Musical Comedy .Artiiti
Cornet Nuuonu and Pauahl Streets
Fort Street Below Beretanla
MISS EVA ALVA and i
MISS FLORENCE MELN0TTE
Admission ,5c,, 10c., 15c.
HOTEL STREET "
From the 0nhenm. San Francisco
Premier Pianist of the Far East
M. A. Gunst & Co.