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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1010.
OVER 1200.00 worth of '
received Irom Factory this
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Everybody. PLAY DALL
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W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Wines and Liquors
MONT ROUGE WINES
TEE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parti of the city twice daily.
Telephone 4 Family Trade a Specialty Tcinhone
WE GUARANTEE OUB O00DS
The P. is Rcnerally the best part of the letter.
When you're thirsty, remember that P. S. also atands for
the , ..' V
King and Nuunnu Streets. DICK SULLIVAN, Prop.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott to Co., San Francisco
Badger's Firo Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher, Co.
(OIUNNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohon & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
TOMMY BURNS AND BILL
LANG BOX SIX ROUNDS
EX-CHAMPION. ALTHOUGH VERY FAT. SHOWS CLEVERNESS A
' SAILOR ALSO SPARS WITH TOMMY YOUNG OAH3 KNOCKS
JOHNSON OUT IN THIRD ROUND.
Honolulu sports had a chunco Inul
night lo soo the onetime champion
of the world Tommy Hums In ac
tion, .11 n J at tha nama tlma tn Mini
up Hill Lang, tho-AiiKtrulliin hetivy
welRlit, who boxed kIx riminls with
Thcro In no ilouht nliont Ilurns'
ClevcrncFH, but ho U itiich a little
nqnat man that It inakrtt people won.
dcr how he over got as fur n ho did
In tho pugilistic world. Hut Ihnrn
lit that, tool, determined look on tlio
L'X-rhiimplnn'H ru'o that toll of how
ho got nwny with all tho men ho
has licnten. Htlll, olio can not but
think that llunm only went iii
ngnlust one Rood ;nnn In li la career,
and that man Johnson licit him
e.iclly. HuriiB In abnormal Iii.ihiiiiicIi
that he U thick ct and wcIrIih In
nt thn he.iV)welRht flRtire, when he
Ih only u 'little ithort man after all.
Tho cx-chniiiplon showed clover
nous when up itpnhiRt l.aiiR Inst
nlplit, anil ho hUlpped around llko
a featherweight. lie Wdi Iior fat
mid pernplrcd cry freely. In fact.
Ms boxing suit was wet through by
tho tlmo tho hIx round-Ro with I.nnR
IIIII l.aiiR lit a IiIr fellow and has
a tjplcal tlRhler'n fato; ho remind
sno of tho pictures of ancient Kgyp
tlana that arc' occasionally to bo neon
111b nose Iiob been bashed out of
all shape mid ho In n touRh-lookliiR
customer for anyone to ro up against.
IIIII Is of the usual easy-RoIng, don't,
ca're-a-cufs Ope of a blniiky Austra
lian. He Is very well built, and Is n
tall, powerful-looking fellow. Ills
ring work showed him to be not
much of a clever boxer, but ho kcciiiu
to bo one of the tort that takes a
lot of knocking out. Hums out
pointed l,aiig last night at every
time, hut It Is doubtful It tho ox
c)iamplon could land n punch on Hill
that would put him nut.
Tho men boxed with plllowc-nxes.
and there was no ihanco of them
doing each other any harm. I.ang
landed one Rood punch on Tommy's
car, and then Hums got n little
warm and waded Into tho Austra
Onro or twlco IinR forced llurni
onto tho mpes, and If tho go Inn
been In earnest It would have been
Interesting to sco how tho Canadian
would liac Rotten out of tho tight
corner, (.ang is n man vio would
just us tern fight ns cat, and hi
bores into Ills man In good fashion.
Ho should do well among the seioud.
raters on the Coast.
Sailor Spars With Burns.
Heroic taking on l-ang for six
rounds, the ox champion boxed Ihreo
rounds with n Bailor named Klcr
nan, and it nns about as laughable
an njfnlr ns has been seen In Ho
nolulu for jears. Tho sailor was
scored out of his wits, and seemed
unable to raise on arm. Hums would
bluff that ho wns going lo Jump In
and punch the Jackie, and tho lat
ter would hustlo out of range In
quick order. Oncu Hums did lnnd a
light left on tho fate of the Bullor,
and the latter asked tho oxchani
plon to ploy light.
The end or tho three, rounds saw
the sailor delighted to get the glovo3
orf, and he quickly retired from the
ring.' richer In dollars, and with n
story tn tell for tho halaucV nt his
life. Twenty jeiirs from now that
sailor will be telling an admiring
nudleuco of how ho stood up to
Tommy Hums, champion of the
world, and how the champ tnulil nut
put hlui out.
Hums was warmed tip n little
throu.';h his go with the sailor and
as ho sat In Ills, cor hit, at tho con
clusion of the sparring exhibition
c m r I a 1 lire of tho Hawaiian capital
,vas well icptctctilcd.
H ilium fioin tho two warships
were prercnt In folio, and thej kept
.eniludtug Hums of the way John
son bent him. In fact, tho ox-iham-plon
was not much of u favorite
with the .la Men. "Walt till Kc
hell lands ono on Toning," jelled
inc sailor. "It will ho nil over with
Mister Hums then."
Younp; Gans vs. Johnson.
Tho best irfoinianco oflliopvcn
Ing warf tlin go between Young (Jans
and Hobble- Johnson. Tho latter
claims to hall ftoiu tho land of the
kangatuo. Tho contest was sencd
uleil lo Ro eight rounds, but near the
erd of Hi" In'lril duns thiew n Jab
Into Johnson's dinner department
that doubled him up for the count.
Young dans Is boxing well Just
now, anil he appears to havo n prom
Iflng career ahead of him In the
lm tifrmilred n Int. Ah snnti lis Hill
Ung appeared nt llio rlngsldo he '!" llu " cl,r n"l linB " p00'1
was nlvcn n cheer mid the slx-louml wnimp in cuner nami.
show was started up.
Hugh Mcintosh Introduced.
Hugh Mcintosh, vllm was Intro
dined by Hilly Wnrhiitii, ui.tdn a
short speech. Ho wild that tho boul
was to ho lu no way a i oiliest. Tun
two men hnd fought twl e In Alls
tralln, and this six-round perform
nnre wus only n sparring exhlhltluii.
Mclnto'li also elated that thorn had
been ronio mistake In tho cables tnn
had been exchanged hetweon hlui
self and Jack H-iilly, unit that a llf-teeu-lotind
go was not lo bo thought
of. The men would, box glx two
nilnulo rounds, and that was nil
Hicic 'a3 tn It.
The bout was Interesting. Inns
iiucli as ll gavo people an (ilea of
'. Ii.il llin big fellows are llko when
In the ling, but otherwise them was
nothing lo tho uffnir, Ilolh ..urns
and laing took n hand at swatting
the referee whenever ho went In to
break tho big follows apart. Mc
intosh grinned cheerfully when
Hums bout nrouud l.ang and lilt
tho third man In the ring. A minute.
tt COMING EVENTO
It Secretaries and managers of
it alhtetlc clubs are Invited to send
it In tho dates of any events which
ti they may bo getting up, for 'In
it fcrljon under tho nbova head.
it Address nil communications to
it tho Sporting Hdllor, lliillctln.
tt International Games.
tt July 3. Wnseda . All' Oahu
tt July I. WnxciU vs. 0. A. C.
tt Oahu League Series.
tt June !. I A. C. vh. J. A. C.
tt Juno 20. Marines vh, C. A. C.
ti Oahu Juniors.
it Juno 2C. Asahl vs. Mu Hocks.
tt Juno 26. I'alaina vh. C. A. O. Jr.
tt Plantation League.
tt Juno 2C Cwa s. Wnlpnhu.
tt ' Military League.
it June 25. Marines vs. Tort Shaf
tt Juno 25
ti tal Co.
it June 2C
-l'ort linger vn, llospl
-N. O. H. vs Kltth Cv-
Johnson sliu till off well, but It
was easily seen that he was In no
(oudltloii lo speak of, and Judges of
Hie gauio gavo him four or flc
iouiiiIh to Lift. The newcomer hag
a good straight left, anil bo Jumps
In with his weight behind him when
he sends It out. Ho showed enough
skill to entitle hlui tn n mat'li wltn
ynmenuu as mioii as he gels Into con'
Sarcor.i Challenges. .
liugler Sai colli, who lint to Young
Cans a couple of weeks ago, uppear
v"il In tho ring and rlinllciiRed the
winner of tho contest between John
on mid (inns. At tho conclusion of
the fight (la in arcoptcil tho cnal-
lenge, providing Hint Hnrcnul makes
122 pounds ringside.
Contest bv Rounds.
In the first round .loluiiiin forced
tho fighting mid Guns rlpverly
nvLlded .Inking much punishment.
Somo smart exchnnges were mado,
and It was seen that Johnson want
ed to' laud a punch Hint would bring
home tho money, beforo ho got too
tt July 4 Team Tournament, Cwin
tt try Club.
tt July 17. Medal Play, Honolulu
tt Uotf Club.
tt June 25. II. C. C. vs. Illshop &
ttiJuly K. O. Hall Cup.
tt Sept. Wall Cup.
tt Juno 20. Governor's Cup Itace.
tt July 3. Sen Wren Haeo,
it Trap Shooting.
tt June 22. Weekly Cup.
tt Juno 20, Semlnnnuil Champion tt
Hawaiian Opera, House
Henry McRae 'Stock Co.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Will Ec in Honolulu
Merely Mary Ann
The rrcalcst success of nny Amcr-
Iran nlnw ecer nrmliueil In Knrone.
The Henry McRnc Stock Comnnnv's
A PECULIAR COMEDY BETTER
THAN DAVID 1IARUM
Thursd.iv. Friday and Saturday
"Dorothy Vernon of Hnddon Hall":
a sister plav to "When Kniehthood
Was in Flower."
' To Bo Given nt the
KIL0HANA ART LEA0UE HALL
By Special Request
afterwards Uiiis passed one over to tired and winded tn dn any dnmnge,
Mcintosh In tho same way, mid the It wiib not tn be, however, ns Hans
crowd laughed. cuniu back nt his man In Rood fnsh-
IJIek Sullivan handled tho watch Inn and tho round ended with lion
during the Hum tho big fellows were 'B even.
In the ring, and brother I'at was also Tho second round opened with
keenly Interested In tho exhibition. .Inhm-on rushing In and swinging for
Around the ring were a number of the head. dans, however, ducked
well-known Honolulu people, nnd and then ripped over a left tn (lie
BOB FITZSIMMONS .,
r' s5iSsS2 iiiiiiiBilHiSh '' fLLLLKSs3t?v
it ship Shout.
tt Horse Racing.
tt July I. Knhulul ItaecH.
tt Trans Pacific Yacht Race.
it July 9. Start from San I'edrn
tt World' Championship Fight.
tt July I. James Jeffrlen y- J"ck n
tt Johnson. tt
it Polo. it
ti August Season Opens. ,, tt
tt Boxing. tt
tt Juno 21. Tommy Hums v. Dill it
tt laiug. tt
tt Juno 21. Johnson vb. Young tt
it Guild. ti
tt tt tt ti tt tt tt tt tt it tt tt tl tt tt ti
mouth that brought Johnson up
standing. The balance of tho inund
was of tho glvo.aiul-talio variety,
and at tho end Johnson looked a
t rifle weak.
Tho third round found Oans will
Ing to forco the lighting, and ho
waded In to wlpo his opponent out.
lohiison, however, folight on well
and got In a couple nf good punches.
He was tiring n lot, and looked
Rioggy towards thn cud of the
round, and Just hoforo (ho gong
went, Guns wallowed him In the
stomach; It wns then curtains for
Thcro wcro nhout eight hundred
people at tho show, nnd tho whole
perfonuanco wns enjojed. In fact,
peoplo would hnvc paid money tn
Fee Hums and l.ang do a punching-the-bag
stun'. No ono wus dlsnp
mlntid. a row, for tho rest of Ihclr
'Ives, tho e wlio wcro prefont nt
'he Aloha I'mk last night ran talk
of the lime they saw Tummy Hurna
and l.ang box In Honolulu.
tt It tt
The yacht rneo that was scheduled
for Sundns nnd which was tn bo n
round the island nffnlr, has been call
d off, and vlll nut ho sailed till the
Knrnehameha Is lilted out mid ready
to lake part in the event.
Mr. Frank Speaight
Of London Will Give the Following
THURSDAY, June 23. nt 8 p. in.
"OEMS FROM DICKENS."
A Course Ticket, mlmittinp; to the
above Three Recitals, $2; Single
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. June
22. 3:00 o'clock "PICKWICK PA
PERS." College Students $ .50
Tickets can be obtained Trom
Bcrpttrom's Music Store or at the
Kilohana Art Lcnptc Hall.
Monday, June 27
When J. C. Cohon Will Picscnt tho
Musical Comedy Co.
In a repertoire conlnininr; some of
the latest New York Musical Suc
cesses, bcginniiii' with
The Telephone Girl4
Box. Office o-eits Thursday.
Prices 25, 00 nnd 75 Cento.
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OF THE WORLD 0LD-TIMER IS NOW DOING VAUDEVILLE
IS BETTER THAN TOUGH, AND FOR THAT REASON
THE BUSINESS OF THE METROPOLITAN 13
ON THE RISE.
W, F. 1IE1LBR0N, Proprietor
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
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"Tlio Two Jacks"
Under the Auspicej of the
HONOLULU JAPANESE BICYCLE
Sunday, June 20, 1010, 8:30 A. M.
FREE FOR ALL 15-MILK RACE
JAPANESE 10-MILE RACE . .
FREE FOR ALL 10-MILE RACE
FREE FOR ALL UNDER 15 YRS,
3-MILE .RACE .... ..Juniors
CHAMPIONSHIP 3-MILE RACE... .
.Open to Winners of 10 and 15
Entry Lists open nt any of the
Japanese uicycie btiops,
HONOLULU ATHLETIC PARK
Suitdar, June 20, 1010
J. A. C. vs. U. S. 5L: C.
P. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
.25o ISc. and 10c.
SPECIAL SERIES 12 GAMES
OAHU LEAGUE AND ALL-HAWAII
Season Commencing July 3, 1010
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CliamliorB Drug C'u.
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'. ' 'w 'iinnwr"1
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sooiai from 8 to 10:30 o'clock.