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EVRINO tlULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II.. WKDNnStlAY, OCT. 19. 1010
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WINES AND LIQUORS
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
Wt ielivtr to ill parti of the city twice daily.
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
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right, say our customers who buy them, fresh every day
from our candy factory.
HOTEL STREET. NEAR TORT
LOCAL PUGS WEARY
OF LONG WAIT
Boxing Is Dead at Present-
Many Men Keening In
Form In Hopes of Some
thing lurnjng Up,
Alf la nulet In In nl 1)oIhe flrcles.
nnil thn trpiitlp imif unntlpi-H nrnund
wondering when ho will have n s siiriui nra.icr win nei ober 30, nil tbo BjKirtH or tho town
limine of cxclniiglng swats wltu'calcicd for, and nlnet)-llvo poundcis nr ,)11BJ. ,iul,ng out win, win win
someone elie for filthy lucre. Tho will battlo lr out over forty ards. ho man from tbo Coast Jias n strong
remnants of the old hiitirh of stoush Then tho bos In tbo Huby Wis following ntnong tho soldiers of Oaliu,
artists haifg around the Honolulu elnss will bnvo n gp over sixty ards, nmi ,u supporters swear that he tan
llower, hut thero Is a Bllonce that and the contestants must weigh ll!jnot i0so. They point to his records
Is only biokon now nnd again by pounds or oer. nnd the men Hint ho litis beaten, and
somo unprintable remark, when one The remnlnlng two events consist then rcmnrk, "It Is nil over except for
of the hunch wakes up nnd refers to
tho dcnith of fight piomotcrs In tho
cltj. to swim fort arda. Tno, uinoreni
There Is plentj of fight material s"hoots arc allowed to enter five bos,
around the town, but nobod) seems nnd only three from each school will
willing to put on ,t show. Charlie be allowed to compete In enrh event.
Rellly is quite a Honolulu mnn now, t Tho meet will be decided by points
and ho U working steadily nt hls'nnd five, three, two pud one will bo
trade It will bo Australia for the nwnrds for the different places
Charlie before ory Ions: tho ropu- In the race?. All the swimmers are
hr little fellow Is keeping in con- required to weigh In nt tho V. M. C.
dltlon. and does a little boxing so as A. before October 2G.
to keep Umbered up.
"Young dans,", who bus shown
good form In the local ring, ,1s nett
ing for n go at someone nrnund nbout
Ills' own weight, nnd he would not bo
scared of giving nwny a few pounds.
cither. The lad Is clever enough,
nnd It any boxing show Is nrranged
It would ho n good scheme to give
the boy a chnncc.
"Ironninn" MfCollough blows Into
town now nnd agnln, and he is slm-
lily longing for a scrap with any old wIlcn California man sent In i-lOOO
pugilist who cares to glvo and take. tl) 1)0 vlal;cA ,, tll0 Athletics us
n punch, Mac has not appeared In follows:
the ring Blnco ho nnd tbo go wlthl jiooo'ngnlnst $'J00 that the Athlet
Jim Mono somo months ago. I C8 wn tll0 8oric3
Hoao Is learning nil about the fight $1000 against $0SO thnt the Athlet-g-ime
from 11111 Hulhul and Wahl- cs outhlt tho Cubs
lanl, nnd tho onng fellow will aston- iooo oven that the Athletics steal
Isli the fans next time ho steps into tho most bases
tho ring. He niny possibly get a $000 ecn tliat tho Athletics out
match beforo long, and with any Held tho Cubs.
nian about his own weight he should. $1000 to JO'O Athletics score most
do well. runs
Thero is somo talk of rrankle Cub plungers on tbo Hoard of
Smith coming back to the Islands, Trade snapped up tho hots Immedt
nnd nil those who saw tho three enn- ntely Wagering became brisk to
tests between Chnrllo Hf-llly nnd day, tho professional hooks laying
rrnnklft would bo delighted to sco odds of ten to thirteen on the Cubs
tho two meet again. to win tho series. Thero nro man
Kddlo MndlEon Is expected to blow angles In the betting. A Hood of
In any time now. nnd bo will bo
mntched at once with Charlie Hellly.
It was hard hrk that Madison' left
Honolulu the da before Ilellly came
In unoxiifctedlv nnd unannounced,
Madison did well in tho few fights
ho bad In this city, and. he and
neilly woufa mrtko a good1 pair!
Still, at present there Is nothing
definite doing, and the boxers aro WI ako a trunk of greenbacks to
simply Btlcklng t(i their Jobs nnd I'lillnilclphla to bet on tho opening
hoping for something to turn up thnt entno.
win bring in some money "on thonanwannannn
side." h n
,J R tt COMING EVENT8, tl
FOUR SOCCER TEAMS
WILL FIGHT IT OUT
Hawaiian Association Players
Aro Getting Into Shape.
Soc'cr Is attracting tho "attention
of nil the men who plaed the game
during tbo lust few ears. The Ha-
wallnn Association Intends to start
tho Bport up In tho near future, and
tie:T: .i'i1101:: s:
cer.a.;i;;tpmy. ..mi thoy are Puna-
CCTlUUll(MIIU( ilU III" IIIU I'HttU-
bou, High SfhoolTionwArksand tho
Mnlles. All t looms nro well known
to lovers of the game, and, or en;s 1t L Ho.lan, ciuii.llaco
they hae been pla.lng.aBilnst one 0et "p0 ".Hai
another. The Malles wero the old " . ."' " ""' '
champions, and they wore unbeaten 0c' M"??lllre"'
for n long time Tho team has 3"0iKnoRoU tK, '
changed a lot, of course, but still the ..
samo esprit do corpB Is prcbont, nnd
that moaiiB everything.
The Ironworks team la a good one,
nnd tho men on it aio tho light bort
LaBt )ear they did well, although
they did not win the championship
Tho men who make sugar mills were
nlwavs on the Job, however, and
there is no doubt that this ear they
will he as good. If not better, than
The Puns won out InBt oar, nnd
they will ho btroug again this season,
AQUA IIC SPORTS
Swimming Races In Harbor On
Satumay, October 29,
On Sitmd.i. O tobcr 20, the
Granurnr School Athletic I.enRiie will
hold "n pioginm of swimming races
mid six evontB will ho brought olT.
I he i.iccs will stint nt 2:30, nml
either tlio llenlnnl or Mjrtlo boat
club will bo the he.idqinitors for tho
Tho tub race will start things go-
Inc. and It will be over n forty-jnrcl
course. This went should ho funny
cnuiihii iui uiij viii. ir, ..i-.u ...
sure to ho some olllxtitnn nnd cap
sizes, a twcnl) -.Mini swimming race
for bo) of eight pounds and under
will be the next event on tho pro.
grain, nml It should he an exclt-
of nn eight urd open race nnd n
relay nuo over 1C0 ards, each hoy
a xt a
FREAK BETS MADE .
ON WORLD'S SERIFS
, Cub Plungers 0)1 Boaid
Trade Grabbed Wagers,
CHICAGO, Oct. -.netting odds on
thn world scries Bhortenid today
Philadelphia and Kastcrn money Is
expected next week.
In the hotels several larEO bets
hne nlready been .placed, chiefly ut
ten to seven on the Cubs. Threobcts
of WOO each at theso odds are rp
corded Ultlo outside money hns
s)wn so far. but will probably show
'n frco next week. Tom Chnmales
secretaries ana managers 01 i:
a athletic clubs aro Invited to send t:
ii tn tha rln.f.a nf inv nvnnla tvhtph ti
they may bo getting up, for in- a
a sertlou under tho abovo head, a
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Mott of tbo old plaers will tuin
out, and It will take a good toam
to beat thorn The High School will
have borne now men on their team,
nnd with tho help nf the o'der jihi-
era there should be something doing
when the go up against the other
Soccer is liked by many people In
Honolulu, nnd there will suioly be n
big turnout to the gamta this season,
BIG RACE IS
KING IS DOPED
TO WIN EASILY
a0Qts A,dIT1rors ArO Sticking
to Their Man. However, and
Say Ho Cannot Lose
Great Struggle Expected,
Now that Kaoo and King are sign
ed up for their raco on Sunday, Oc-
palng the prlre mone "
That Is n leiy pleasant theory to
work on, nnd would bo quite delight
ful for King and his admirers If It
doped out that wny Hut there In an
other side to the question, nnd Kaoo,
who hai shown local people what he
can do on the truck nnd rqnd, will not
want for backers, when tho two
hnmnlons too tho mnik nt the Ath-
)etlc Park next bnnduy wefk.
i Tho greatest possible interest is be
ing taken In tho coming race, nnd
tho park will hardly le big enough
to hold 'all the people who will at
tend. The Tsiikuiuoto-Kuoo raco somo
time ago drew n big crowd, but tho
rnco on October 30 will certainly at
tract people fiom nil over tho Is
lands. It Is tho first oent of Its kind
In which n local chumplon has had
n cluinca or going up against a man
from outside tho Islands, and e)cry-
body who can senro up tho prlco will
bu on hand for sure '
Tho men bine agreed to run for
two-thirds of the gato receipts, nnd
the park pcoplo take one-third nnd
pay for all advertising mid fixing of
track. Tho proposition looks good
for the park authorities, but as the
runners aro satisfied, thero Is no kick
t King will do n ton-mile spin nt tho
Hoys' Field this afternoon, nnd a big
crowd of followers of the g.inio will
surely ho on hand to see tho little
fellow show bis pneo. Thero will bo
moro stop-watches at the Hoys' Held
today than cer before, and tho trj
out will be watched with great In
terest. Tomorrow the man from tho Coast
will go to I-ellotnia nnd mako ar
rangements for having ttckits sold
incro. no win n so iisk some or tno
olllcers to net us Judges on tho day o
thero. Ho will also nsk some of tho
the ince. TIiq other officials will nil
he chosen on
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Antone Kuoo Is not worrying any
nbout tho outcomo of tho raco, nnd
nltbougb he is ten years older than
King, ho wllUmnke tho lighter man
nib. II. a!., nl, ,m Inni. tiftAnn mlt.n
on;., iiici; Mil m iwiih lincvu uiiica .
The old AVulnlua Horse Iiub beon do
ing soma fine running Intcly, nnd ha
is tn good condition now. In ten dnyB'
time he will bo perfectly lit, and he
will step onto the track ready to, bat
tlo It out with Soldier King for tho
honor of Hawaii.
a ts a
DOTS AND DASHES.
The Mnklkl bunch of bikers hnd n
great time on their stroll along tho
const to Wnluiunalo last Saturday
and Sun day. They slept In a rave
and the mnsciultoos didn't do a thing
to them. They Intend to liuvo an
other long walk next Saturday and
Sund.i, nnd It Is thought thnt a
large' number of the members of tho
club will turn out.'
Good old Hen Holllnger Ib far from
dcdil, and all his friends, who were
horrified Inst night to hoar that, ho
hnd dopartpd this lite, nr'oiJfeellnK
good. If the man who Ettarted the
lie r,olng tould be lociitbd, thero
Would bo something doing In the wny
On Sunda night there will be a
skating r.itc at the rink, and George
WIIKl'nton will tncklo oung rreltns.
This event will he run off beforo
King, tho Matathuner, inns an foot
agaliibt two skaters
Tho United Stutes Supreme Court
nt Washington Is soon tn pass on the
validity of the Insurance Issued In
fayor of a steamship that was cap
tured In tho niiBsu-Jnpunese war.
McLOUGHLIN WINS IN i
Long Does Not Play War.
Out of Form,
Tho preliminary rounds of the bay,
counties championship tournaments
In both singles nml doubles were till
progress on tho tennis courts In Uol
den Onto Park estorday. Consider
ing the fnrt that tho singles matches
consisted of Vest thriu nut of five
sets, good progress wn undo dining
tho day Unfortunately, Mohlllo
U.ng decided not to piny In tho tour
nament, owing to lack of practise.
Maurlco MqLoughlln won bis match
hy default, and bo will bo on hand
somo time during tho week to tuko
pnit In the ecnt "" I
Several of tho mulches wero well
contested during tho day. While tho
majority of them went only threo
Bets, thero were a number tint took
the full ilv sots to decide Thero
wero no unscts during the play.
Herbert Long made his appearance
on the courts, nfter an nbscticu of
several months, nnd bo had his hands
fu)l disposing of ono of the clover
youngsters of the llolden Oato Junior
Tennis Club, C J Curlcy. Tho hit
ter played the expert to n standstill
nnd It wns only Long's cjtperlcnco
that carried him through Curlcy
won the first set 9-7, nnd the second
nnd third went to Ixmg, 7-r. nnd o-s
rospecthel. Tho fourth set wns won
easily by Curley, 0-1 In tbo fifth
both showed tmpiocnicnt nnd each
had chances to win on numerous oc
casions, but, toward tiin end, Long
nteiidled down and finally won tho
set, 0-7. S, V. Call, .Oct. 7.
TO FAR EAST
Goes to Join a Ship of the
Asiatic Fleet Will
f if , , -.Leave Soon,
Although a clmngo of lnse for
Lleiit.-Comninndcr Houston, who has
been in charge of tho local light
house district of Hawaii, was cou
tallied. In a news Item In the II u I
1 o t l.n bume six weeks ngo, it was
not nt that tlmo ccrtnln Just whcio
he wns going to bo stationed, but
orders hale now beon lcceUcd dN
rcctlng him to proceed to tho Tar
Kast nnd Join the Asiatic station, to
be stationed on ono of the naval ves
sels thoie. It is probable thnt he
will leave In the early pait of No
vember Lieutenant Houston has been hero
for over n car, and In th.it tlmo baa
had thn superintending of tbo con
struction of scvernl large pieces of
walk, ono of vvhl-h wns tho Makn.
puu Point light.
Tho returning of tho lieutenant to
active Hut on n war seitcl Is tho
rcsult of Ul0 reccIlt cl)nnK0 ,n ,
InnnaBcmont or l0 burcilI or B,lt.
liouEes, which now comes under tho
jurisdiction of tho Department
Commerce nnd Labor.
Thero will bo many in tho city
who will be sorry to see tho lieu-
tenant loavo these shores, ns ho has
mndo a large circle of friends whllo
II IK I).
DHItaAU In this city, October 17,
11)10. Infant daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. M W Hcrgnii.
Weekly It u 1 1 o 1 1 n 1 per ear.
LAST NIGHT I
" Father and, the Boys"
BEST SHOW SEEN HERE
' IN YEARS!
Crowned Houses Nightly Order
Seats Today by Phone
"The Witching Hour"
Comes Tomorrow, with
GEO. B. HOWARD & CO.
In Augustus Thomas' Great Play
Orchestra 60c, Balcony 35c, Gal
NEW VAUDEVILLE ARTISTS
FROM THE COLONIES
Admission 15c, 10c, 5o
HARNEY & HAYNES
Corner Nuuanu and Pauahi Streets
The Banana Man
Singing and Dancing
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School of Physical Culture,
Scientific Massnge, Medical
Gymnastics (Swedish Move
ments), ladles' Mcn'fl nnd Children's
classes. Hours: u. m. to 10 p
m nnd Private Instruction.
.Mr. (IiiiIiu Workman (of
Itoval Swedish Gymn Inst )
M.iBbcnr nnd Instructor of
DICK SULLIVAN, Proprietor
King and Nuuanu
you'll find they're nil rmn.1 f.l.
V'Hs the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort
D. H. Davies, Prop,
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND
FOK SALE AT ALL BARE
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Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & 0 0.
If you would enjoy a good time, at
tend the SOCIALS as given by tie
ROYAL ACADEMY OF DANCING
in Odd Fellows' Hnll every Triday
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