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EVENlNj BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H. WEDNE9DAY. JULY G, lfllo
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TO SAN PEDRO
(Continued from Tazt )
nlnl lUneimaii'n staysail; wind stilt
NK., with smooth tea, but Ions
northerly swell running. S n. til.
Sky (iM'r.iiBl; i. morning sight. II'
noun Itar. 30-4".; theo. 03; Int. ill.
(leg. 01 mill. ID pc. N.; long. Its
(leg. 34 nilu. On see. W.; light wind,
with (mouth Ken, 5 p. m. Wltnl linn
hnulcd tu Hi:.; look In lialloon jm
ami fisherman's ttnysall, and set No.
1 'jlbtopsall. 12 midnight Wind
light Si:., with smooth sea nnd c'.ear
.line 12.- fl n. ni -Took In No.
1 jll.lopsiill and rot balloon Jib mid
Ilshf-rmaii't staysail. 12 noon Sot
i.iffeo; bar. llu-lfi; theo. 06; lat. ill!
.leg Til mln. 21! set- ,;. long, lift
deg. 41 nilu. I r sec. W.; wind Ii.ih
freshened; changed course to 12.
by N. I p. m. Took In balloon Jib
and ll:;lii'r:n:iii'B staysail; wind haul
ing S'.: sky overcast. 12 luldulKht
Wind SW.; rmiiiliiR before moder
Juno 13 C ti, m. Set fisherman's
staysail and squares..'! 1 1; wind. WSW.;
rourte, K. by N. 8 n. m. Sky over
rant; no morning sight. 12 noon
liar. 30 12: tlieo. (iff; Jut. 3G deg. 2
mln. 03 .sec. N.; long. 141 deg. ll
mln. 1". tee. W. 4 p. m. Has been
very misty the entlri) tiny; wind light
WSW.; chnngeil course to east to
enable salts to drnw, 12 midnight
Holding same course; wind very
Jiii.o 1 1. C n. m. Smooth sea,
very light wind, very misty. 12
liiKin Hare 30-32; theo. 03; int. ilii
deg. 50 mln. If. i.cc. N.; Jong. 139
leg. 03 mln. 3U see. ; wind WSW.,
very light. G p. in. Have had very
light wind nil day, nnd misty: wlmi
nlniOBt dead nft. 7:30 p. in. Jibed
over lo port tack. 10 p. in. Light
wind from WSW.. with smooth sea
nml very wet mist. 12 midnight
Wind still WSW., with smooth sea,
June 15. 3 n. in. Wind hntileJ
to north, but very light. 6 a. in.
Took In raffce and squures.ill, and
i-H balloon Jib nnd fisherman's stay
sail. 12 noon Fresh wind from
north, with moderate sen; took In
balloon jib nnd fisherman's stnysall,
and set No. 1 Jlbtopsall; bar. 30-32;
theo. 03; Int. 35 deg. 24 mill. 29 Bee.
N.; long. 13G deg. 3G mln. in se
W. C p. m. Holding good stiff wind
from X.; logging 10.5 since noon;
choppy sen. 12 midnight Wind
hauling to NNK.. and getting light
er, with choppy sea, and cloudy.
MY STORY OF
IL V.. Jmm
CBZui. m,?.r.,1l!tCC'nUr'caNn:dII"J,.;a'''''t- " to gh. me that
Oreat ltrluln. All rlshta reaerved )
CI IA ITER III.
I JUST HAI'PENKIi TO llHCOME A
jiikt lniiiMMiii.il i i...,,in n -,.
er That's the oulv wuv to ex-
lilaln It There hu.f Aiviiik I.imi
l.iain it. j mre hud Vwajs lu
some sort of an Idea buck lu
my inlnil that I'd ll'te to be a chum-
pl'in. I guess every Imiv has thai no-
,tiiu. Hut I hadn't followed the Idea
up. Working uud hunting took all of
my time now. There was n welter
weight fighter mimed Hilly (lullagher
, at the works, He wus a good one lu
his ilny a good clever fighter. Hilly
was alvvijH after me. He said I hail
the milking of 11 grHit heavyweight
ami that I could bet 11 pile of rimy I
-money for lighting lintleud of piilllug
ilovvn 11 few dollars a day by haul
work. Hilly was euthuxluxtlc over It,
but I myself couldn't see where fight
ing In u ring could tumh hunting deer
or mountain llonsasnsiKirtliigpiopoxl
Hon, ami I didn't seem to cure much
for wiling muiiey by piiui'hlng other
people OU til') IlllSrt I gilt's Iwhs too
t'ooil nalnrt.l, ami. fur that matter, I
ncrer have (.-one Into a fight with much
spite toward the other man. Hume of
my best friends todiy are the men
wlio have fought u- 'u Hie ring ami
been knocked out. O
' Olio night a heavy weight lighter who
Uud lu Iais AngeleH, a blc, Isnky ne
gro nuiiifil Hunk li lllln, wandered in.
to 11 saloon wheie some of the bojs
spent Hielr eveiiliigM when the day's
WiTU was over. He letliud on the bar
and hegili to liijkful.ut llglitlug. as all
these fellows do., tlrlillii was a very
good limii in Ihohodujs and hud fought
nadjjjtaten lot uf big fellows all,
June 1G.G a. m. Wind still
NNK. but light, with choppyWen.
nnd cloud . course, K. by N. 12
noon Wind NNK. light, choppy sen;
bar 30 29: theo. C4; cloudy; Int. 34
deg 32 mil.. 12 cec. N.s Ions. 13
Jpff GJ mln. 45 se:. W. 3 p, m.
"Iqhted what appears to be on Aper
ient Hawaiian steamer nbptft'even
milt's SE, bound west. '4ifym.
Wind has fialu dropped to almost a
calm, with cwell running twin tt.
Ml.lnlf.ht Jifst dilftliiB. T
.lime I,. r, n. m. Wind very
light, ren smooth; course, JCNK.;
look In No. 1 Jlbtupsnil and setbnl
Iron jib, flshermnn's stnysall and raf-
fce. 8 n. in. Too cloudy for 'morn
ing sight. 12 noon Absolute calm;
bar. 30 20; theo. G8; lat. 34 deg. 21
nilu. 31 sec N.; long. 131 deg, On
mln. 15 sec. W. 6 p. m. Flat calm
sin o 10 a. m 9 p. ni. Light breeze
rprlngiiig up from Sl-2. Midnight
Wind still holdil.g from Si:.; logging
X to !i Knots; smooth tea; coins?.
.Hum is s n in Wlinl Imnrnv-
lug. 12 siiMiii Wltnl still holding
fr,.1i from HI' wllli niMilernin sen:
logging in tu 10 5 knots; bar. 30
19; theo. 71; lat. 34 deg. 2ft mill.
41 sec. N.; long. 128 deg. 10 mill.
00 sec. W.; course, i:NK. 4 i. m.
Very light bicezo from SW. Mid
night Wind continues very llglu
June 19. 4 n. m. Wind has haul
ed to north, but very light, with
smooth sea. 12 uoou Holding Bame
wind; course changed to K. by N.
1-4 N.; bar. 30-22; then. G4; lat. 34
deg. 33 mill. 23 sec. N.; long. 135
deg. 31 mln. 45 sec. W, 4 p. in.
Wind Jins freshened and wo are In
hopes It will hold for another 24
hours; today has been the first clear,
sunny day that we have had for over
a week. Midnight Lee rail awash;
logging 11 knots,
June 20. 4 n. m. Took In fore
nnd main gnft topsails and No, 2
Jlbtnpsall and double reefed main
sail; big cross sea running, with 40
knot wind. 10 a. in. Yacht run
ning before heavy sea, with fresh
gain; behaving well; course as near
as wo can hold her, K. by N. 1-4 N.
12 noon Sea and wind have In
creased; bar. 30 10; lat. 31 deg. Oil
mln. 41 sec N. lorjg. 120 deg. 31
mill. O'O see JV,; crfangeij course to
east to tiiRKe' tenter, of channel. 8
p. in. No Improvement In wind or
sea; has been very cold nil day;
changed course to K. by N. 1-2 N. 9
p. m. Wind Is dropping; must be In
tho leeTir Snntn ltosa Island, 8 to
10 miles.' Midnight Wind and Bea
picking up. 4 n. m. Wind has
dropped to n calm, leaving n long
swell running; Santn Ilarbara Island
on our starboard bow, about 4 miles.
Juno 21. 12 noon liar. 30; theo,
74; since 4 n. m. have been in a flat
By JAMES J.
through the west. Our fellows knewiwltb my work nnd letUrlinu gotluto
his reputation, but wbeu he began to
boast they didn't like It, and wbeu be
threw a handful of gold twenties ou
the bar and,sald he'd back himself to
klifwlf mil imr ninn In tliu (nun IIimv
got together In a corner nnd talked It
over. They decided that joung Jef-
frlei was about the only man within
reach eiunl to the uero In site mid a r-.-u'n-.i mi boxhu ring had been put
strength. They sent a man runulug toJ"P n r.n ci.'iateil jicitfuriit.
uiy house to cull me out to tight. ViV Im.ii 'jot stripped f jra 'lion with-
It didn't tuke long to explain tilling.
In uuout a minute I was teailng back
with them. As I ran In tlnou'di llie
door I bewail pulling mj coat off, ready
lo nght him thero ou the spot. Hut he
exnluluetl that there huh a siliihl oils-!
J uiidemlauillug. lie didn't waul in
IflSht ofriuml like thut. He menu that
(he could whip any man lu town In a
I ring with gloves ou his hundi ami
llli . ..I..... H't. i ....j ui,..i i...
way nun h- infill as wen ihiiii ui.ue
a little money out o." li. .
Thai was a new noil ii to m. but It
souinlul goi il, 'IW bo.s i.ffj.nl to
, bui U Ine with a bet. whlih sulttd
(irittlii well eiioujih. JuJhig fioiii the
way lit-grlmml, Hull igher wu.itnl me
,u ",!,', ""' "' Hl,,,r'' Wl' ll!"" ul' "
mMvU m (t i((1 , t hiiuu
.,. ,,,. ,. ,., ,,, ,.,,
,(k!c ,.iU1J. ,IB ,iri,iig. There
miNii'i nuitlilug lo worry over almilt
the Idea of ttuhtlug u profeshloiml. He
AS I SAM 15 I MOAN I'UM IMI
didn't look so leirlble, and besides Hint
I never did insllt negroes with tiiucli
llghlliig ability nml p:iinenei.s. '
Hilly Hullagher waiileil mi to fc
Into iialulmr for tho light, vvlileb was
to be held lu a ball In lowii. Hut I
I w i" ' ' ' ' '
woulju't do It. I went rlUt fcljj.-Uur
calm, but a light brcc:o Is ntrr. com.
lug up from thn south. 12 mldnlgnt
lime drifted nbout 15 miles, to
wards Snn I'eilrn slnro noon,
June 22. G n. m. Within two
mlle3 of the breakwater, with very
light wind. 7.30 a. m. Passed end
cf breakwater! standing' off arid oh
v.-iltlns for' riuHrnntlhe do 'I or'. 8:4V
V m Xi .tor' bn 'b'bijrd with c
iknie, trorr, r) 'plutV 9 a
itoPiflliped' anchor pit' clubhoiiEe,.
' , . n tt 'n '
INDWS WMKOVEIt CAVE
MIS MRU FULL PURSE
Well-Known Hone Owner Had Slice
of Luck to Make Up for Previous
Louis Warren had no tuck at Maul
to speak of, but good old Indigo was
the horse that biought In n II tt lo
money lo help pay tho oats bill. In
'" twelfth race there, were three
original entries, but Lady P. was
scratched, That left Indigo and
Young Sam In the event, mid ns
Young Sam went dead lnme earlier
In the day, there was nothing for It
but that Indigo canter uver the
Then there was somo little plllkla,
oh the judges wished to only glvo
Warren his el. trance -money back
again. Louis, however, stuck out for
tho full prize money, and eventually
got It. The rules unde'r which 'the
races we're conducted stated that for
each rnc three had to enter nnd'lWo
to start. There were two left In 'the
rnce, but it would have been cruelty
to animals to have allowed Young
Ham to start.
Louis Warren went to n lot of eje
pensn In taking his horses to Maul,
nml then had no luck. Warning
looked good for a while. In the' big
rare, hut could not last the Journey.
The two hundred dollars that War
ren got for tho walk-over will help
n :: tt
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Cleveland ball nine met the
Chattanooga team yesterday fttflr
noon at the leagua grounds and 'after
an eloven-Innlng ganie'tlirtClevemnds
won by a scoro of 8 to 7. ,
It is probable that Tommy Hums
dropped a lot of his easy-got money
on Jeffries, and It Is doubtful If he
will ever fnce Johnson In the ring
The transpacific race starts from
Snn Pedro (in Saturday next, and It ciimstances.
Is thought that at least four yachts Manager Cohen has a splendid corn
will be in the rnce. pnny to open his now theater us was
On the night of the tight I 'rent
straight home from wort u little tcrly
aud ute a guod dlnuor. 'Thuii'l wiiilced
down to the hull, T.'u- boys ueretU-re
'already, with a lotAif other people thur
I ueicr av befrae. All the Ifahts
v.'eru lit, -id In Mm- middle of the hull
''" uiiiCi i'elys Ili-.'ore Uwent out lo
, '!. f-v 15- -y pirlleil tie gloves over
1 1'' lu.'.li. ail tkil them on. I can
'eineuilier Jmt how 'u aiy lmxlns
Blown n-ii 10 nut i wv nm n pair
on before lu my life. ...1 hat (Ik fell
i "' Idg nml vltiuis tlialil ilidn't know
' whatto do with tiieiu.
i 'e gut Into tin- ling, i UrlJIlu wn :i
'"" fellow, all xluewj, (iiiu.cle fiom
tieiul tit IipmN Hn viir An u1i' MltlMi
ll'.e.i hungry m.ii, sl.tiair ,!,,,, , a
At but time win eaBeil. mrt -i
wlUcd ti -ether ami shook Iriml.
'"'en I Ki I the "iirprlne if my life. Al
most btffnie I bad my lun'iN iip.be lilt
"n '"' f"l smiiHh ou the n.. Vmi
eau talk alunit being lilt mn tlx-ehln or
'" l"" """""" "r " ' '" "ul M
, (, Ml u l)fW (( . ,,
i....,,. ...... ,,,,. ,. .., ,...., ,.
makes your eves fill um'J blur, and you
woniier If i ur ire li It. A blow on
the lioie ellher liul:e u man want to
toi lighting or It make him iiuul. It
lil'ide mu mad. I forgot rill about Hie
boxing ylnvex ou m hands fur n mo
meiit nml tnrufei- thatfomi to Inc.!'.;
him in two. 1 went funlilm Just-Hie
"ii.v.l'r nj-i'li'tliii li-ilpr rp"i ni the
ii'at)iil,jrtf l(tlier'Mein bull ring-.
'Hint was Jut wliui. i.rlnti waiileil
IIu wuk ii liuXHr. mul I iv in- H iui li t.
'jiir vn I'V i'lh i, i.i lee. n n '
ulL', nnjl pey,er takit 11 elmncc, Wlia
that negro did, to me ln-.'ug I lie ni'i
ntli nml tirtt'i. tiiL.. .. nl.ii.Kii Y'l..i.
four or five roinulx mux ii slulule. He
puui'lioil ti'e'iill over the Hun. lie lauiL
tsl 011 my none nml my eyeiniul my
ililn us 'he pleased. He jiv -walloped
away nx fn.-t us he 1011I1I lit. mil I
Mirel.v did see xfux. Ax foi l.tiiiugt
oil I1I111. I couldn't b no lilt blur with a
Hut ufler a, few iniiuiN I leenerisl
from my smpiWe. I im 1. Mil; mid
begun lo itgiiie. Hn'e wax il iiiiii i hi-
Hlug me lu a w.ij'Ii'I nevir ilri"iaiieil
of. Thlx must be the lxjilng4ll Hist
(lalliicber had told me nlxint. Hrjlllu'my held forvvaril. eroii. hlug 11 llltle.
wax Hilling me where In- pleiuxsl. but
he couldn't ellher ibie me nr kme-k
me down, uud I vvueu't tiling, at all.
The II1I112 fiir'iue to do iih to liml out
h'"t lie i'il It In i,et IP eo iiio.ialpm
111.1l then m.v hi-ii back In dm i.v n
In. In And I :ell um that lfl o,alJ
inud ta htm hu'd arov,
WILL BE READY
Although thero nripoars a deal ol
work to bo' done the Now Orpheum
vylll bo In readiness for Its formal
opening tomorrow night. Almost ev
ery sent in the cosy Hotel afreet the-
nter hns been sold for the openings
urn wnen mo curiam goes up lor mo
ursi act oi tno uineiui musical Imy.
iiio Astronomer, smniiing room win
bo at n premium. Thoso who did not
bellovo that Manngcr Cohen would
hove his playhouse In readiness for
tho ndverlscd time of opening rushed
the box ofllce yesterday when tho
Reats were, place on unto nnd lit tho
end of tlm day enough reservations
had been Hindu to Insurn a capacity
lionso to mark tho ustenslvo occasion
.MISS IIKT1I LA Ml
One of the charming show girls of the
Casino Mnilnil Comedy Co.
of tho opening of the new theater. A
double forco of workmen were kept
busy yesterday and lust night and got
tho house In such order ns to make it
posslblo to open under .auspicious clr-
I cooled ofr us 1 bei-nii to think. l!
Istopped rushing ut Mm lu blind bull
ifashloni.iOrllEn thought I wns tlrjug,
nml beabegnu vouilug to me instead, mining mu on. i um inv runt iimhi ,
For awllfte be peppered ine an bard as ncurly nil the time, only jabbing at, I
he could? trying to put me Jjuii. Ah his heud now mil then with the left. '
uuch blow sturtcd I studied out theforss he buttered ine 1 hud learned I
way he delhereil It. Now uLd then I
tried one of his blows In retiiru; but,
as' a rule, be either blot kcil or duektsl
cleverly or stepped it'.de a Utile bit
uud countered uie ou the cb.u The
vvuy hu could laud uu mu made me '
V'P'i'X-Y' ' - svi s Vf':
V V N s
IS ; 7
I'oit Aui'.M.r, ..liiri'iN piiPi'iiRRi) mh as hard as iik coui.n
feel fm llli ll uriile me feel helpless.
Ami ,vi I all the vlme I knew tjiat In
"'" ,""' l''1 lWU ll."" '"" ' '.'A ,V-'.V
I wan li'iruliiv: now
now In every round. I
lu fnrt. I Ihlnk-iiiore knowledge of the
llghlliig gaine.eiiuie lo me that night'
tmiii 111,11 yearH uoxinc unit loiioneu.
lu eUht or ten nfiiiulx the negro he
gnil lo uliuvv "signs of growing tired.
Ie "'"'' wearing hlnihelf out trying to
beat me down, nml his Mows illiln
hurt. I could frelatli illffcreme now.
There dliln'l xeem to be Ihu name
wolghl nnd xlli.g behind Hie punches
I when Ihey himtid ou me. 1 began
walking lulu him xlowly wlllnul at-
1 tempting to MrlUi 11 blow. Jmt h .lillng
with my rl 'lit liii'nl mi n-ir mv rhlii
lieu ine i'Ti ieu t.'i.i.ni out 111
fiotil I .'ii: l' ti'i In my j
lll-M i.t'i' mi. I e'-'v...' ! v n fi
1 1 .; .
, .... v
' -f .1 f v
I . i : . 1 uu i'mI
' 'II 'a- , 1...U1.1I r,.'' of
tcstlfled to by their good work In "Tho
Telephono fllrl" last week nt the Op
era House. He linn brought n well
balanced company of urtlsts'to Ho
nolulu and with a larfe repsrtotrc of
comedies to present Honolulu theater
goers have -at last bad filled a long
fclt"wnnt. ' Ifndjjlfic.u jftiKjJff y,5co and, ftg
urp qga tⅈ Vrette of the Ca
sUiptMuslcflJutjifliyiily, jposoeasea nat
ural .hlttrlonlc talent,, wfilpli may bo
keenly reallKedniponisoBlUBi her work
In comparison with the endeavors of
nmcr0Us others, much1 older, mid per
,mpg ovcn more cxp(,renctd, 01ga
s,cch ,80 ,mg 0 very bertlltflll 1)lllg.
Ing voice, which she uses with a mclh
od that cannot but provo successful.
Miss Klsle Schuyler has madu for her
self an envlablo reputation In Hono
lulu. She is an exceptionally clever
character comedienne who U' pos
sessed of n sweet voice nnd n chin til
ing manner that hns uuido fur her u
host of friends,
Miss Maude ltockwcll won her
plaudits nt the Opera House last week
with the artistic quality and versa
tility of her singing. Miss Hockwell
Is equally nt homo with the simplest
ballad and Inlrlcato classical , mini
hers, such as "Ave Mnrle," from Ilustl
cana, and the cavntlna, from "Fra 1)1
avolo." Her talonf Is reinforced by
Laurel Atkins' splendid 'work in
"The Telephone Girl.", stamped her a
character woman of )imch agility and
general cleverness, .if '
All of the malo nif gibers of tfio Ca
sino Musical Comedy Company have
mado good and n'each Is cast to his
particular liking In "The Astronom
er," their futuro success hero is as
sured. Curleton Chase will Introduco
several new Items ns will llnrry Gar
rlty, Harry Stuart nnd Mnrrls Mc
aulrc. DR. WOODS IS TRANSFERRED.
The resignation of Dr. Woods as
food and meat inspector for the city
and county in Koolau district was
received and his appointment to ,the
same ofllce for Wulalua district was
acted upon at last evening's meeting
of tho supervisors. Dr. Woods has
been transferred from ono health dis
trict to the other, and tho work per
formed by tho county Inspector nt
Koolau will now be looked after by
n medical ofllcer statfoned at Ku
huku. The position is purely honor,
nry, there being no pay attached to
Jordans received today ox I.urllne
n nobby line of whlto linen dresses,
$17.50 to 140.00, no duplicates.
Nov. imt he Mas l!r!.ii: tiiu Vx ;r-
gru bnllitd me by sllchlng .! f.
haul Into my face ullli llflii Jabv
something suit hud planned a ay to
win. I wanted to settle him with olio
rule punch. I've Hlways llkeil to win
my lights thut way. '
It wus hard to gel' i'ie oiieiiluv 1
wulU'd for. Urltilu u iilll tu( uu
Ills' feet. 1 Hlmclevornow ilumiled ine.
Wlieuolifuw 11 iCbuiice iltolmd passed
before,I iioud(Bv,;nto action.
In ,iuv.. earlier, after the thirteenth
romnljuy .?':onudutd: "Jim. It's 11:30.
TJrf HgitN go out at'12. ' Bo after him
now or jcm'll lohe your chance and
he'll get the decision oil points,
"I'll get him," I suld.
We came" up for the fourteenth.
H1IIII11 was weary, but unmarked, I
wax cut nml bruised uud buttered, but
Juxl as strong and fresh as at the
stmt. Moreover, I hud begun that
tight without any Idea of wliut glove
llghlliig In a ring meant, and by this
Hum I had learned something, I
gun forcing my way lu. walking st
Illy Inward Orllllu mid making him
mik aw'iiy as he jabbed at me. , I
straightened up a little and let tilt 11
hK-e a good oHMilng for my chin, 11
aas f el.'iii"H for the right, (irlllu,
ki' -il' 1 liillv. mIhiI i'-ii rlvhi over.
f $Jlk 1
I In 1'-.' In tumuli tu Is' the blow, trowel, he could feel the difference lu
lip ui'jjnd my ueck uud jammed my lu nhuil lime. Often he, went back to
left fUt Into nls stomach. IIu lust I uluaterluv. dolus- overhead work lnt
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE.
Sealed tenders will be recevel at
the ofllce of the Secretary of Hawaii,
Capitol Building, Hbnolulu, until 12
m. of Wednesday, July C, 1910, for
constructing ten election booths In
accordance with plans on file In the
office of the Superintendent of Pub -
liooths to lie erected at location:!
designated by tho Secretary end to
be ready for occupancy and use on
the morning of July 25, 1910.
The Secretary does not bind him
self to accept the lowest or nny bid.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, July 2, 1910.
J. H0PP& CO.
Wo have paid our accounts. I'le.ise
get busy and attend to yours. II
you do not and tho account Is placed
In the hands of an nttorney, the
fault will be yours, riot ours,
i , J. HOPl' & -0.
Per L. C. AI1LES,
4G65 June 27, 28, 29, 30; July 1.
2, 4 ,B, 7, 7, 8, 9. 10.
PItOPOSALS FOIt FORAGE AND
8TU AW. Honolulu, H. T., July 1,
1910. ScaleiTj proposals In triple,
date, will be received here until 9 a.
in., August 1,-1910, and then open
ed, for furnishing forage nnd straw
for poets and stations In the Hawai
ian Islands. Information furnished
on application to the undersigned.
M. N. FALLS, Captain and Quarter
master, U. S. A., Depot Quarter
4058 July 1, 2, 5, G, 29, 30.
ASSESSMENT NO. 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has been called and Is DUE JUNE
16 and, DELINQUENT on JULY 16
, M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
-Prompt and Polite Attention
. CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
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tiuppl:!;; mo i.:i' 1 1.- I .
uie I was u uumV.
1 didn't go llnlil alonv ti
knocking out lirllllu In 1.1.1
sluiiul battle. I weal In li in I1..1J 1.
work. It did me Mud, The w'ly li"Ht
linen I've known lu llie itau weie ult
men who had worked liurd ul some
time or other uud u 1 kopt It up to
some extent eieu when lu training.
The routine of u training camp, run
ning ou the loud and puui-blng a bag
1. nil baling, Uu t enough to produce
the lied e.rtts.
As gieat a ihiiii as James .1. Corbetl
was when I tll knew Mm. I'm sutlx- '"' nothing reully beats the Iron
tied that he would have been stronger worker's trade. The Iron you handle
11.1l would have had mire ViiUuiaiK-tf' f0"1' '"K" "',0 J"!r blood tnd our
If he hid done heavy w.uk now audi1"'"" '"' '' l , ,
then. He na an ex. eptlon lo the! , Mi" l'l""'l"1f fl,rt battI ' w"
I lie. for he lived u MlrU easy life nil b' !' Hallsgher to go ou the
f.e time when u n ii.iIi.Iiui.. light. """ !,ml "t everybody Hut I was
only boxing for pleanure and .h.) lug ' J ." Mt-i-?H.M boy and
',. ,ii .dldi.t feel like leaving the old place
...... . . . '' V'" ",, ' ,'l,'ti tor the 'wo
Hob I II7.SIUII.10IIX wa.s,u horseh.ier)vlrM,lf tlllril ttnrll ,, fo,jowea htlp.
mil dldni begin lighting until he n.., ,, 1K. ,.,,, ,,.,, hM(j aui ,,
II full grown uianr llurlug Ids e.irflliv.,,11(,v ev,x 0110 It's the young fel-
1.1 tl,u I'll,.. .,.. lit .u. a, ..,.... ....... .1. ... , . . J . .- .
... ...r .,h ... ,..- u .,i. un
10 niip hv.ii.v tooiewiieie evei.v nny or
I an and turn out 11 lot of lo ui-ahnex,
l.uhl.u mix .111 Ironwi.iker like mjtelf.
11 1 ktreuutli helped him out more than
.-III In be ring, ishsikey wax a gleui
i.gluer I.e. iiu-e n m king nx a sailor fur
uverul .vu.'io i.i.a.e him strong as a
ull. liaul w.rl: m.ii etpimure to the
.leather t,.ugheiied him mil iiiaile him
1 daugerolix man. Sliell.ey wax nt hlx
est when he begun to light. He never
. miieil much ubuut Ix.xlug uud wus
i.etter olT vvhi'ii he dIJn't try lo do
.1 10 1 hlng bui 1 u-.li In uu3 slug, I'or
l.ts stie he was 11 woiidjr, aud lu our
lao fights I couldn't hylp udmlrliig Ms
gameuess and piughuess, He never
ut that lu training cuiups.
Other lighters thut I never met lu
the ring because they were of a lighter
1 lass have told me that they uover
fought so well as when they were
hard at work. Tommy West, for In
stance, was a greut middleweight
when I was among the new chain
plena. Wet gave Tommy Ryau the
hardest light of his life and, although
beaten, battered ltyau up so badly
that he didn't get back Into lighting
shape for more than a year. West
was a phisterer. During ull of Ms
early tights he worked at bis trade.
I've always thought thut a plasterer's
oveihead work, smearing 011 ceilings,
ought to be great for the shoulders
and the inustles that, tlihe a stiff
West told me once tint w lieu he was
working hard at his trade he never
felt llr.il In a tM aud Hint he could
iilwajx hit Ida hardest In the last
round as wytl us Ihu Ural. When he
begun getting big pursex slid lived III
a training (amp all the time, running
nml boxing lusleiul of luimlllug a
SHERIFF'S SALr, HOriCE.
Under and by virtue cf a CJrtaln
Vi,tt 6f Execution i-.iad b tV.e
Honorable Frank And aJe, Dili.' :t
Maglitrateiot ,Honclu,u, C v and
Countyk'ot,rilonolulu 1'iV- at ft
j Hawaii, "on the 27t"i daji of Ap,H,
a. D. 1910, In the milter of Chailei
T. Wilder. Assessor (if Taxe3. First
Division, Tefjltory oPliawnll, Plain-
tiff, vs. Lee Hi Nglp, Chu Quon,
Hlng Fonp, "young Yau Chuck,
Kwong Fook Lung, Kwong Sing, Ah
Leong for )lop Wo Company, all of
Honolulu, copartners, doing business
under the firm name and style of
Poo Wo Tong Company, Defendants,
I did make demand' for payment of
the sum therein named from Yeo
Wo, alias Lee Sing, Its president,
mid tho same being refused, I did
on the 4th day of Juno, A. D. 1910.
levy upon and shall offer for salo
and sell at public auction to the
highest bidder at the City Auction
Rooms, Merchant street. Honolulu,
City and County of Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, at 12 o'clock noon
of Thursday, Iheh day of July, A.
D., 11)10,, al of q;e( rlghL tlte, and
Interest of 'tiie sail) foo'Wo Tong
Company, Defendants, In nnd to so
inmh of the property hereinafter de
scribed as may be necessary to sat
isfy the said amount of Four Hun
dred Thirty-eight ($438.00) Dollars,
that being the amount for which
said Execution 'Issued, together with
Interest, costs and my fees nnd ex
penseii are previously paid,
Property to Be Sold.
1st All of tho right, title and Int
tcrest of said Poo Wo Tong Company
In nnd to that certain lease from Y.
Ahln nnd Chu Quon to Poo Wo Tong,
Company, dated the eighth day ot"
August, A. D. 1901, being n portion
of Royal Patent No, 234G, Apana 2,
to Kaonn, wlth( the buildings
2nd AH' tho right, title and In
terest of Bald Poo Wo Tong Com
pany In and to that certain lease
from Lee HI Nglp to Poo Wo Tong
Company, dated the eighth day of
August, A. D. 1901, being a portion
of noyn) Patent No. 20G3 to Panlo,
with- the buildings thereon.
Terms: Cash In United Stnles
Dated June G, A. D. 1910.
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
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BULLETIN tnn Pv-
: r ('. f.,,.1 it TnaM 4j Us flgbUng.
li .i' ivo ,i furu Is very good be-
en: . li 1a -!l out In the suu and wind,
.Mi there's nothing elio like sunshine
aiul flesh ulr for sn atlilite of any
j kind. Kunulng Interests me as a
jlr"lm,x proposition, for I bad a lot of
'' '") "e'f s u boy, aud later on as
li.itnpluti of the world, with no more
uii-ii ut the time lit to give me a fight.
1 bciight u big alfalfa furin aud spent
tv'vu of the healthiest years of my life
doing a fa ruler's work with my own
hands. It beat all the hag pouching
and rope skipping aud boxing. In the .
Hut, although all of these vurletles
of liurd vvrftk'are good, and any other
kind fur thut mutter, lit have to say
. WI, innKr, ,-00,1 m the ring.
I loudly knew whether 1 Intended
to take up lighting or not. 1 thought I
mll,ht if I hud a good chance, but I
rLASTintiso ouaiiT to be ooon roa
Tits ryncKi.iu iuiclii.
wasn't In a hurry, I boxed with Osl.
lugher now and then. I had a pretty
good opinion of my own cleverness;
but, looking back today, I must admit
that I got oft easy sometimes wbeu
the newspaper writers called me a'
"clumsy giant" aud a "young ele
phant." 1 fought to win, and I al
ways did win, and with a knockout at
that. What more can anybody want
lu this world? (
No doubt being accustomed to han
dling Iron helped ine In roughing with
other men lu the ring, pushing and
hauling ubout uud making them tire
themselves through their own
llA.ta Wt.lt lmmm mHim.m