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KVENINO RULLBTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22. 1910.
BY V. L.
REFEREE 01VES 00 AS
DRAW BAD DECISION
Although outfought, outgeneraled
ami outclassed, even ift Infighting i
Rudolph Unholz stood in the rcnlei
of the ring at the Stadium last nlgli
at the conclusion o his contest with
Dick Cullen, and had the cool el
frontcr to appear dlapiolnlcd. Hut
apart from that feigned look UuhoU
wag a sorry-looking object. Ho hat
been beaten all over the ring througl
llftecu of the twenty round fought,
and boro unmistakable signs of whai
ho had been put through. On tin
other band, Cullen, apart from
Slight discoloration of the noso, es
caped unscathed. And that notwlth
standing that at no time did he dc
cllnc an Invitation In rally, and that
bo was nlwnys there when there was
an) thing doing. The faster Unbolt
deshed to make It the better pleased
'wns Cullen. He crowded him dur
Ing the greater portion of the time,
nnil outpointed him nt every depart
ment of the game taken up. Hut In
keeping with the custom which
Kccms to have grown up of late, the,
decision given by Iteferce "Snowy'
llaker was n wrong one. During
the last three or four rounds It was
clear to almost oery individual
around the ring that Unhulz requir
ed to administer a knock-out to nave
him from defeat. Not only did he
not land that punch, but be failed
to Improve on bin showing of the
previous founds. When they Anal
ly shook hands tho niniglu between
the pair was so wldo that even the
uninitiated must have been able to
choose tho winner. During fifteen
out of tho twenty rounds Cullen was
on top, and there should not have
been the slightest hesitation on tho
part of the referee in declaring In
( bis favor. Hut after having put up
Jft what was probably the hardest and
one of the best battles of his career,
Cullen bad tho Keen disappointment
of having to listen to a declaration
that he had Mulshed up on equal
terms with his opponent.
Cullen, who weighed list. 121b..
and hail the advantage of Sib. In
weight, did not show to advantage
Immediately. He nppeared to be
guttering from stage-fright, with the
result that for three rounds L'nholi's
star was In tho ascendant. The
tenth and thirteenth rounds were
the only others In which "llic lioer"
wns on lop. When Cullen tlucw off
his nonousness and wanned up to
his work he fought splendidly, with
the result that those who went to
ftcort him came away louilly pralaltie
him. Nobody expected an) thing
wonderful of him. X)a his display
' against Frank Thorn he was put
down as about tho poorest sample-of
boxer ever tont from the United
B tales to Aiifctrnlla. 'lie neither
boxed nor fought, hut last night he!
excelled in both departments. While
lie boxed, Unholz simple "ato his
left." During tho periods in which j
iney mixea tilings no more man bent
his own. Unholz certainly did the
most punching on those occasions,
but nine outqf ten of his blows
landed on a protecting glove. Every
now and then Cullen came out of
his Mecghanllkq smothers, and then
Unholz always felt a stinging blow
on the Jaw. At Infighting;, n con
siderable amount of which was In
dulged In, Cullen was also on top,,
He alwas held his opponent bnfo,
and in breaking away from tho
clinches almost invariably swung
one of bis bnndH heavily to tho
Side of tho hcud, Unholz, however,
was always willing and anxious to
ho up and doing. Notwithstanding
tho punishment ho received ho wai
nlwn)s up to tho scratch and ready
? mix things. Fiom the fourteenth
round onwards ho realized, that bo
reunited a knock-out to win, nnd
et about the task with a determina
tion that must ha vu been admired.
.Hut Cullen was always on hand with
isomothlng carrying Hteailjlng power,
and consequently Unholz was un
able to accomplish his object. Not
withstanding the pace he maintained
throughout, Cullen was much strong
er than his ilpponeut at the llnlsh.
''This was particularly evident dm lug
the last two rounds, when ho bun
dled his man comfortably, and on
three occasions almont sent hint off
hit feet with a heavy left to tho Jaw
Cullen fought coolly, determined
and wli beautiful Jinlgmin.il
lM Jinrllniliirly unlucky In helms
30B TITZSIMMONS WAS
GROUCHY AND SNAITY
As soon as tho Mar.una wns hlght
il cstciday ufternoon, u deputation
it sports and newspaper mon made
or tho waterfront and quickly
joarded launches that convejed them
nit to the C.-A. boat,
Upon reaching the side of tho
incr, Tommy Hums, Hob Fltzslm-
nous and Hill Lang wero quickly
picked out. The trio were leaning
iver tho rail and fuzing nt tho city,
When the newspaper men got on
ward, a rush was made for tho fli
noii8 boxers, and Mion everybody was
ailklng. Hums did not have much
io say, but was pleased to hear that
trrangementa had been made for a
ihow in Honolulu. "Yes, wo will go
in Io San Francisco tomorrow," said
ilurns In reply to a question. "Wo
.vant to be In plenty of time for the
nig fight." Vm learning that till
Jeffries-Johnson contest had been
(topped, as far as San Frnnclsco wns
"oncerned, Hums and party wero
Hill I.ang was disgusted to bear
of the change In the plans of the
big fight and ho temarke'd: "Why
lldn't they nriange to have tho fight
n Australia? There would have,
been no trouble, and the purso could
have lyieu just as large."
Tommy Hums has a brother on
board the boat, anil he Is Just a
smaller edition of the ex.champlon.
The lad, of oourso, takes the great
it Interest in the fight game, and
appears to think that Tommy would
have a chance against Johnson If
matched with him again.
1 HE objection to
most temperance legislation is simply that
it, is religious persecution. That is to
say, it is the imposition upon a whole
people, by force, of a morality that is not
the morality of that whole people; that is
not the morality of half the people; that
is simply a special moVality sincerely held
by a group of governing, active, and in
that beer is
opinion fof mankind that beer is bad; it is
one honest and logical opinion held by
one public-spirited and powerful group.
To enforce such. an, opinion by thepolice
is. persecution. G. K. Chesterton.
W. Corbott, the best, sporting
writer in Australasia, was also on
boa id the Maramu. Ho Is looked
upon as the W. W. Naughton of the
(ntlpodcs, and bis work In the Hyd
ney Refei.ee has attracted tho atten
tion of the world. Corbctt' is going
through to write up the big fight toe
his paper. He Is well known to nil
the big spotting men of the world,
mid is a very genial man.
Old Hob Fltzslmmoiis was loung
ing along the steamer rail when ap
proached by the sporting scribes. Tue
old Tlmartt blacksmith looks about
thlrt)-lfc years of ogo, and he cer
tainly wears well. Ho had n grouch
on nnd was peeved -at everything.
On hearing that he was not supposed
to be on board the Maramn, n cable
having been received cancelling his
lesened stateroom on the Wllhcl
mina, Hob becamo annoyed. "What
are they giving me?" ho mi.iilcd;
"why, 1 was hilled for Hrlsbanc, Suva
am! hire Io perform."
Ilobert wus vor snappy, and It
wus easy to sco that ha and the lest
of the bunch of sports wero at outs.
Fltz continued his pnssago to Van
coiner last night. Ha wag around
town early In the afternoon, but
went down on board tho Maratna nt
7 o'clock and novcr showed up ngaln.
Hilly Woods, who 'fought KHz yea re
ago, was looking for.tuo one-time
world's champion, but there was
nothing doing, as Hob, had gone to
Hugh Mcintosh was it busy man
f nun Hie moment Jack 'Scully board
ed the Maramn, ami the two man
agers got together and stinted to
talk over things In connection with
tho show. There was troublo from
tho atari, as Hums and Lang had
no Idea of going fifteen rounds. In
fact, Mcintosh wanted tho men to
box only four rounds. Scully would
not hear of that, as ho had adver
tised that tho go was to bo for fif
teen rounds, nnd ho did not want to
break faith with his hundreds ol
friends and patrons.
Eventually It was nrranged Hint
Hums and Lang should go six
lounds ami that Hums should also
have a three-round bout with a
sailor off thd Cleveland. There was
much heated argument before nn
agreement was come to, nnd at our
time It looked as If Scully would
thrqw up the whole proposition. How
ever, the show came off, and every
body yns satisfied and all know that
Jack Scully Is In no way to blame
for the' cutting down of tho number
of rounds. And, anyhow, It would
have been very dreary to have sat
down and watched Lang and Hums
fool around for fifteen two.mlnuto
spells of boxing.
it is not
bad; it is
Hocr Unholz wns expected to bo
on board the Marania, but although
Mrs. Unholz wait n passenger, there
wag no sign of the Hocr. Dick Cut
ten did not come, either, but ho
wrote n letter to the H u I I e 1 1 n
saying Uiat he would probably b
along next steamer.
Tho sporting bunch on the Ma-
lama had a good time In town, mi
most of them put up nt the Youiijj
Hotel for some hours. Hums talk
ed more theie, and his version of
the fight with Jack Johnson In 190S
wns amusing to llston to. Tommy
declares, that he was not nil In when
tho fight was stopped and the decl.
ilon given to Johnson. He has an
other guess lonilug, bowevor, na
everybody who saw tho light knows
that Hums did not hnxe a chance
against the huge negro.
Hums, Mslntosh, Lang and party
left for San Frnnclsco on the Wll
hclmlun thin morning, and they wtlf
nt oncn proceed to Iteno, Nov., where
thn Jctfrles-Johtison fight Is to tnko
place. Hums taya that ho will chnl
lengo the winner of tho big fight,
but If Jeffries wins, there will bo nn
acceptance; and If Johnson Is tho
victor, Hums had better keep out of
B H n
An nil Military baseball nine will play
tho Wascdas later on In tho season,
and n great gamo should eventuate.
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ORDINANCE NO. 10,
AN ORDINANCE RKLATINO 10
PLUMUINO WORK IN TUB CITk
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
He It Ordained by the People of tne
City and County of Honolulu:
Section 1, It shall ho unlawful
for any person or persons, firm or
corpoiallon, to do nny plumblug
work for another In the City and
County of Honolulu until he or they
shall have II ret obtained a Itcensa
to do plumbing work In accordance
with the provisions of Sections 3 and
4 of Ordinance No. 6 of tho City
and County ot Honolulu, as amend
ed by Ordinanco No. 16 of tho City
nnd County of Honolulu.
Section 2, Any person or persons,
firm or corporation, violating tho
provisions of this Ordinance shall ho
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor,
and upon conviction thereof shall be
punished by a line of not moro than
Five Hundred Dollars (J.'OO.OO), or
by Imprisonment for u term not ex
ceeding six months, or by both flue
Section 3. This Ordinance shan
tako effect fifteen days from and aft
er the dato of Its approval,
' Introduced by Supervisor
R. W. AYLETT.
Date of Introduction:
May 26, A. D. 1910.
Approved this 21st day ot June,
A. D. 1910.
4650 June 21, 22, 23, 21, 25. 2i.
28, 29, 30; July 1.
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Torrltory of Hawaii, of nANK OV
HONOLULU, LTD. (Capltnl $600,
000 fully paid up), which will take
ovor nnd succeed to tho business of
CLAU8 SPRECKEL3 & CO. on July
1, 1910. '
The HANK OI' HONOLULU, LTD.,
will conduct n generafhanklng bus
Incsn as hcrotoforo carried on by
GLAUS 3PRECKELS & CO.' and ,
asks tho continuance of ttto, valued
patrnnngo accorded to that firm.
DANK OF HONOLULU, LTD.
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tled within thirty days will bo
placed In tho hands of. an attorney
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned, having been
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Estalo of Joe Kuklha, deceased, for
merly ot Walalua, Oahu, hereby
gives notice, to all creditors of de
ceased to present their claims, duly
authenticated, and with the proper
vouchers, If nny exist, to the under
signed, at Its place of business, 916
Fort street, Honolulu, within six
months from tho date of the first
publication of this notice, cald date
being the 1st day of' June, 1910, or
they will be forevor barred,
Honolulu, June 1, 1910.
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Administrator of Estate of Joe Ku
E. M. Watson and Wado Warren
Thayer, attorneys for administrator.
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under full Power of lAttornoy,
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