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POLO GAMES FINISHED IN BLAZE OF GLORY BOXING CONTESTS
PAU FOR A WHILE SEPTEMBER 17 TO BE GREAT DAY.
Now that the polo Raines nre nil
finished line! tlio sport pnu for tin'
c:ir, t lie Honolulu people are look
ing nroitml fur some new form of
ei tcrtn'.iiniont. Tlie polo matches
were tlio best over, uiul the Interci,:
II. nt was shuwu In tin- series, wo i
til enter (hull lu any former year.
The form shown liy nil four I en ma
was good, nnd the meetings were as
much e:iJo('il by thi' spectators iik
tlio pln.UTB tlienisehcu.
However. It Is all over now, and
although Kmiiilutis took the ehiim-
plotithlp away with them, nobody
ran begrudge them their victory.
Still, the io are many people who
would have liked to nee Mnu'. nnd
Knual meet nnrn more not for the
championship, ns that wag settled,
hut Just to feu If the result of the
other match wag really true to form
or not. t Although Kauai hit nine
goals tr Maul's seven, there are
many who think that It wag Just
U&auso Kimilc. Ilildwln had nil ofT
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ay mui me. iniuo a wem 10 me unr-
leu Island. Of ourse,' It Is known
that Krnnk was watched closely Jiy
all four Knualaiis, nnd that he wns
r.'ddcn lu a wiiftthnt has never hap
pened before lit Moanalun.
Well, there Is no use talking or
the affair now; it Is nil over and Ka
uai holds the, 1910 championship,
lly next year n polo Held -may he.
ready nl Knplolnnl Park, nnd then
thousands whl attend whero hun
dreds turn nut nowadays.
Boxing. iit. - i'' -i
Then'rhoJlpH soannwto ho on the
way to 'lto! njirpstonr a- while. Cor
ilell shook1' the mud of Tort street
from his fec as sooivns poss'.lile aft
er the contest with Cornyn, nnd It
Is doubtful If he will ever return.
Jack Is going East and will try and
hrcak Into the six-round contests;
he might do well at Hint game.
Pat Cornyn will probably blow out
within n dny or two, tuid then there
wll only bu the lightweight contln
gent left lu town. The public likes
to see clean boxing shows, nnd the
last two contests were as good ns
could be wished for.
tin September 17 olio of tho most
popular of outdoor sporting, events
will take placo, nnd ou the harbor
the Myrtle arid Healant boat 'clubs'
will renew the struggles that 'they
have been for years carrying on. He-
gutta Day Is alwaya u fine ntfnlr, und
thousands of people wond their wny
to the waterfront on that occasion',
From early morn till long nfter
the first race has started, the elo:tr:-c
curs nre crowded with Jolly bunches
of girls and fellows. Each one wears
either the Ilcalnnl or Myrtle colors,
nnd many Is tho argument as to how
the races are going to pun out.
Tho scene on tho wharves and
docks Is nu animated one, and the
lauals of both the clubhouses are
crowded with tho fair sex nnd their
escorts'. Out on tho harbor nro to
be seen nil kinds of white-winged
craft, nnd darting here ami there
nre the iowertul nnd fast launches
that carry the officials of tho re
, And aboard the flagship n Jolly
nnitv nlwnis calhcrs. and between
the races many nn Interesting story
of former hard-rowed rai.es Is told.
The yachtsmen nre not forgotten,
EWA FAN MB All
OVER BUI SUNK
Plantation League Series Now in
Very Interesting Stage Ewa
Tipped to Win.
STOPPED By POLICE
Club Manager Forced to Call OS
Scheduled Bout After Men Were
N'ow that the plantation league Is
getting on towards the end of Its
rorleXj the different tans from the
sugar estates nre beginning to wnkOj
up nnd tulk about which team Is go-
either, unit the small boats that are,! lug Jo win .out. AcrordJng to nn;
handled by the members of the HO.Kwn,ollowe,r, who writes the II ti I.I
miluMi Vni'lit Club aro to bq seenl t 4't tVi, his boy;', can, not posslblyi
everywhere. The Wrens are going, fogothe championship. As this ar-
to riuo this year, nnd they wfll heltlciitnr fan seems to think that the
n pretty sight ns they sail around' other plantation nro not In tho
fliL'fiarlior. same (illicit either ns sugar raisers
The Myrtles nro doing great work or ball plnjers, his letter Is quoted,
overy day Mi preparation for theJThe sporting writer of the Hull e
rowlng ruces, nnd both the senior, t i n gets cold feet when It comes
and Junior oarsmen are coining along to vouching Tor tho statements or
nicely. The younger men nro show-! the big mill man. The screed reads
lug great Improvement, nnd they as follows:
will rurely mnko the Hcalnnls "Sunday saw n big change In the
stretch both legs nnd arms lu order standing of the teams of the Plan
to win. tiitlon 'league. Walanao got away
Down at the Ilcalnnl shed all Is with A lea to the tuno of 14 to 12,
bustle every afternoon, and tho' whllo Kwn dusted tho pail eight
flows get out nnd do good spins' times to the Wulpahu three. Tho
fiom r, o'clock on t'.l dark. There' teums now stnnd bunched, with Kwn
Is no thought of defeat In tho Hea-jijnd Alea tied, Wnlannornext, nnd
!,. It.vtintL II.I.J fAti nn.f tliav will rltilnnh. wli lunltiCT 1, ll-ftlnnnn hnu
lunl 'mtnlK thUVefi", nnd they will
certntniy no good work in tne uu
As .tlte' regatta will probably be
all over by 2 o'clock or .so. It Is pro
posed to have two games or base
ball at the Athletic Parjt during tho
afternoon. The Chinese Athlottes
may ponslbly go tip ngnjust the Cav
alry, and theJatniiKa Atliletl'i
ngalnrt the l'uiiahous. Such n double-header
would draw n big crowd
for sure, nnd It should bo consider
Jack Cordall,,tie, boxer who llereut
ed Put Cornyn on Saturday night liixt,
left for tho mainland on tho Siberia
yesterday morning. Jack Intended to
depart on the Slerrn, hut got n chance
to mnko the Siberia mid took the
Cordell did well during the few
months ho wus In Honolulu, and ho
renewed u lot of his friendships. It
Is n pity that ho left so wkni as
ii third contest would have proved
a big drawing card.
n. it n
DOTS AND DASHES.
Austin 'White, tho well-known lo
vnf 'golfer, jias got -into the final
round 'n tlp Del Monte golf chnm.
ploushlp. Of the sixteen 'scratch
plaers he wus the sole survivor. Ills
opponent ,for the final Is Campbell
Wlfyte. whom he has defeated on for
It. S. Oault has returned from his
little trip nnd Is ready to take hold
of'hls branch of work at tho Y. M.
C. A. The employed lads nre ex
pected to drop Into the V. M. C. A.
on Thursday night and gIVe nn ex
hibition of what they can do in tho
wut of athletics.
Jvpijnahu whipping In. Walanao has
one ganio to play against wuipauu,
nnd lis tho result Is a 'foregone con
clusion, Kwn, Walanao nnd Alea will
ttand even nnd niako a' triangular
"After the playrofI the, standing
will probnbly bo: Ewahrit"; Wala
nae, second: Alea. third. A final
will be necessary between tho win
ners of tho first and second series,
and the Hwa and. ,Alon teams will
I'i inniOt I in fntt fi In rn ttnaU
"As Kwa Is, all nround, better
than Alcn, the cup and honors tut1
stay on Oahu's 'lircmler
"Tho gnme at Wnlpahu was con
splcuous for the number of'errors
not on the part of tho players, but
by tho umpire, who had the 'nerve'
to Bii y he had umpired Amorlcan and
National league games on tho main
"There .it no proof that he did not,
but It he did, he tcortulnly had a
day oft Sunday. However, both
teams suffered to a great degree.
"The plttbeiH un both tennis did
very good work, and It was n case
of tho better pitching winning.
Macaulay, the nifty nnd peerless one
of tho Kwn team, was In form, which
Is the sum and total of the game. He
struck out fourteen men, walked
two, and only ul lowed thred hits ill
the entire ganio, Dicsar of Wal
palm wub much appreciated by tho
Kwn boys, who banked blm .round n
dozen times aid dusted tho rubber
"In tho sixth, I.alng, tho hard
hitting center-fielder from tho sue-tir-yleldlug
plantation, uncorked n
humming bird which Hew all the,
way down the groove between sec-l
ond and short and out to the field. j
"It wns n good home run, but was
disallowed because the boy Is sup. j
posed not to luivo touched third on
his way home. The hit was by far,
tho longest made on Oahu during the
Tho match hnryo nice between' venr. I
I.lixi' Moure nnd Mary Wlnkelfleld,! "The gamo was very good nil the
which Is scheduled for I.nbor Uay.iway through and was onjoyed very
,nt Kaplolanl Park, Is attracting a1 much by the spo.-tators, among whom
.lot of attention nnd tho race should, wero n largo number of rooters for
' tin n ITAiiil nun nnnl. ul.ln
NUW YOHK, Aug. If., Acting
Mayor John Mitchell today stopped
tho prizefight scheduled to take place
at the Fairmont Athletic Club.
"No fights, whether preliminary
or so-called Blar bouts, which con
stitute n v.Vilntlon of tho Inw, will
1o allowed to take place In New
York whllo 1 am In tho city hall,''
said the acting mayor, nnd ha back
ed his declaration with thirteen pa-'
trot wagons and a regiment of re
The fight which had been adver
tised "Js to bo a fontest between
Hill 'Lang, the Australian heavy
weight, nnd Al Kaufman ot Cali
fornia. At 8:30 o'chvk the club building
In Ono Hundred nnd Thlrty-Roventli
street was packed to the roof with
spectators. William Gibson, mali
nger, hud nnnounced that not n sent
remained to bo sold.
Police Captain Post appeared at
tho door w:ih three central otneo
men, all In citizens' garb.
"I'm sorry, Hilly," said the cap
tain, "but there won't bo any fight
"Xo fight!" said Olbson, much
surprised. "Why, look at this
"My orders nro positive," said
Captiiln Post. "I hnve to stop the
fight, nnd i you try to pull It off
111 take not only Me principals and
the club peophv but as ninny of tho
spectators as the vagonswlll hold."
,, ,iTIiat settled JU The crowd had no
.Inkling as to ,wjmt .wns going to
happen. The preliminary men ap-
liearnl and went through their short
bouts. Shortjy n'ter 10 o'clock the
ring was iclearod .or the main event
iiing, ono of tho advertised contest
ants, nppeared In his corner, nnd
Kaufman wns only a few eeconds be.
hind him. Olbson, tho club man
nger, climbed through tho ropes nnd
held up his hand.
"Owing to pollco Interference," he
shouted, "lleie will bo no contest
this ecn:.ir All the club members
enn 'get t olr money back tomor
For sovernl seconds there was dend
silence. Thtjii a few nen began to
IiIbh und groan, but for the most part
tho crowd took the announcement
in orderly fashion and slowly filed
out through tho door.
The first IntlmatUin Olbson re
ceived that tho fight was to bo
stopped was when Cnptnln Post In
formed htm that the tight i-ould not
"Hut I am within the law," pro
"I can't help that," answered
Post. "I've got my orders and they
will be carried out. Your prelim
inaries will lot be Interfered with,
but tho big fight can not take
DOTS AND DASIIES.
ADULTS 15c CHILDREN lOo
3 P. M. to 10:30 P. M. Continuous
$1 a Your
Any time of .the day and ybu will see men
you know. Sit down and have a glass
and a quiet talk. It'll do you good.
"It's The Fashion"
Tlio Two Jncka, Hotel xmy Fort
On Sunday the Spalding baseball
nine went up against tho Wallles,
und nfter tho ninth inning w.n t'l'.
lshed the former team was fo'ind
to be tho winners by a score of iS
to 3. According to nn unbiased re
port turned Into this olllco by n
Spalding fun. "the Wnllles wasn't In
the game against tho spnldlngs, The
Spaldlugs were sending tho hall nil
over the Held, the Wallles pitcher
wasn't In the game to pluy tlie
Spalding." The victorious lineup
was as follows: Miir.on Modelros,
lb.; Manuel Cnbral, if.; Joseph C.i
brnl, p.; Willlnm l'emello, 2b.; John
Peinello, rf.; Miinhel Santos, If.;
Paul Teilxerla, ss.j Kddlo llorbn, 3b.;
Manuel Azevedo (dipt.), c.
Tho meeting Unit wus scheduled
for timioiiow. mid ut which the
iiiHsiiou of the Honolulu amateur
sporlH clubs Joining tin A. A. Union,
Viiis In he roimldeied, lnu been Kt
, pone. i mini nr. i mini or inn y. ,m
r. A I el it ins rililll 1110 ('ntinl
cIikiw planus are ililiikliig n( buv
lug auotlier iiiiiriiiiy.nl bVi M. U.
A mill J w. WhUn, ih rliHmiliiii
Is leil) lu lal.ii On nil)' ul lll
MIHll.l llll SlMm Wllll.1 ijltflHllMd
emiHOin tfiiuit IIIIIh IIiiih bmk, tflbl
Will) Hid smopllun uf Juiluti l'tiwr
Australia's Own Comedian
MISS ALMA LYNDON
From-the Riekard C rcuit i'
BANVARD & FRANKLIN
Acrobatio Sketch Team
THOMPSON & TlESMONll SISTV.BS
Kinrr and TlnnA ArKafa a
EVA ALVA Acrobatic Dancer
AND THE UEST
IN THE CITY
Admission 15c, 10o So. .
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
CLARENCE TISDALE '
The Greatest Australian Tenor
WISE & MILTON
bulging, Dancing ana i
LATEST MOTION PICTURES
The ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANC
INQ will give an Apron and Necktie
Dance on Thursday Evening, Sep
tember 15, 1910; Odd Fellows' Hall.
Music by the Royal Quintet Club.
Admission:. Gents, 50c; Ladies, 25c,
King and Nuuanu
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CIGAR NOW 5o
W. A. OUNST & CO
hud them nil backed off tho boards.
Even Merrill, tho onetime champion
of Colma, met Ills Waterloo wliun
ho ran up against White.
The lleretuiilii tenuis courts will
be enlarged In the near future, (as
Iho wire fenco lit tlio inaulia end'
will be mined liaU sumo leu feet
or so. ,h "
The Saints and Puns will ineeLon .)
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inu iiuet'imii (iiiiiiiiiini ucxi naiuruay
afternoon, nnd the gamo should uu
a beauty. ,
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expedition to Mnlnknl on Labor Ha, f
but vil fill luithlttir la nnllle.l .full.
Ham (lop Is tliiiiMtig of geltlng
up sports fur Labor Day, and nn t t -leiiwtlng
ptiigriini uiny ho uirnliKo.l,
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
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