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"" "" ""r"" " EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1911.
WOLGAST BEATS M ORAN
DEATH OF MR.
BIG CROWD GATHERS TO S F.E GOOD FIGHT WINNER
LEADS ALL WAY.
A rry Inrso crowd witnessed Hie
Wolgnst-Mornn fight lit tlio Eighth
street iirvnd. &tti Fianclsco, on July i,
when Wolgast put llici Hrltlshcr out of
commlsalon In tlio thirteenth round
utter leading the light from tho begin,
Tho boly blown ot Wolgnst did tht
trk'l:, mill Moran could not prevent
them from coming In. Tho account of
tin; light, hy rounds, which uppcurcd
in tho Examiner In us follows:
Wolgast covered and went Into a
(.limit. They swnyed around and both
hein.n punching with a frco arm. Mo
ran rooted with his head ns thouRh In
rllni'il to liult. They scpuratcd after a
few punches mid then clinched again.
It wan more like a wrestling match
than n light. Thcro wns clinch after
clinch. As Wolgnst bored In and cov
crcil up, Morun grabbed him iihout tho
waist. They tried to punch each other
In the' clinches, hut tho blows wero
harmless. Wolgnst hit Moran a hard
left hook on tho J'iw whllo breaking-. It
w'us clinch after clinch, with Wolgast
lining tho bent of tho lighting. Ho
lined n 'loop tho loop" right Hcvcral
limes lis they hung together, bringing
blood from the mouth,
climbed at tho bell.
Round 2. , .
Wolgust dived Into a clinch. Thry
wroMlcd over to tho ropes and Moran
put In two left uppcrcuts on tho face.
Wolgast freed tho, left and got In sev
cral uppcrcuts. When they broke, Mo
ral! kept away and sent In straight
Wrenching their nrms frro, they smash-
ed nwny with might and main. They
broke for nu Instant and closed In again
and Wolgast was tho stronger of tho
two. lto got In a number of right up
pereiits which hurt. The refereo part
ed them and Moran sent In n lell cm
tho stomach und n right on the Jaw.
Wolgast steadied himself awhile, then
cut loose, pressing Moran Into n comer
and hammering him repeatedly on tlio
rlln with n right. Mornn wn Inclined
to keep away. He shot In mi occasion
al left or right through Moron's guard,
but usually got worso than ho gave.
Wolgast's best punches wero body
Mornn readied tho dice, with n tight
left and they clinched. Moran shot In
n straight left after tho break. In a
clinch Wolgast hammered on tho kid
ncyn with his right nnd also droyo n
right iimiercnt against tho chin. In n
nilx-up Moran fell through tho ropes
nnd Wnlgusl helped him back Into tho
ring- Wolgnst threw n hard right Into
tho stomach, Ho showed superior
strength In pushing Mornn around nnd
ho got In two punches to every ono of
Mornn's In the clinches. Mornn's hend
wiih tilting, hut he faced tho music nnd
They wero sent In punMilrlK rights on tho Jaw.
Wolgast followed him around tho ring,
rooting with both hands, und Moran
enmc luek nt his man with right
crosses iind upplrciits. Until men were
well lianimercd In this round.
They ellnehed and Wolgast used
right on the ribs many times. Moran
punches. Wolgast closed on him again tried left uppereiits nnd Wolpist worlt-
ii nil drnvo In u hard left on tho stom-,,,i rBht uppercut. Moran got tho
ncii. Mornn got in two pony lens unii mnrj punishment lit clnso (piarters, hut
Ihire was blood In Wolgast's nostrils.) 1(. n(,ry broke ho .sent a hard right
'Wolgast rushed lu with u left swing ii tho chin. Wolgast pressed Mornn
to the body, und In the clinch thut fi'l-Liwilnst tho ropes and they had n tierce
lowed got In several short-arm rights',.,,. yor ttillo Wolgnst sent In
iirnund tho stomach. Moran bncked'o1P hardest punches, nnd then Mornn
Wolgast to tho ropes and dcult him njgot to thn faco with right nnd left up
hard right on tho Juw. They stood oft .ncrcuts. and tho scoring seemed In even
Th Itepiibllcan Territorial central
committee met nt noon unlay and pass
ed the following resolutions of regret
nt tho death of tho Hon. II. I. U.tld-wln:
Whcfcas, Tho Honorable Henry I'.
lLildwhi has passed on his earthly pil
grimage, und has fullllled n noblo and
Inspiring life, complete with human and
"Whereas, Ho was fully Imbued with
tho high Ideals of American freedom
and was a lomlslcnt worker In thond-J
vnnieincnt of the great principles un
derlying tho foundation!! of our repub
lic; himself mi mere paillsaii, hu shirk
ed no political duties, nut was active
In all that makes for honest and clll
"Kernlvcil, That as u token of tho hiss
we sustain by his death and us a me
morial of tlio poignant grief which. In
common with nil our reiiow-emzcns.
nlTllctb us, wlillu humbly bowing to the
decrees of un all-wlso Providence, wo
record tho strength nnd nubility of his
character, his wide-extended charity
and tho iill-cmbraclng svinp.Uliy of his
"Resolved, That In tho shadow of
theli sorrow may his family see tho
tight that hahis their husband and fa
ther with the honor und love of nil,
rich and poor alike, of tlio community
In which ho lived mid worked.
"lteolved. That these Resolutions bo
spread upon thn minutes of the com
mittee, and tuples thereof bo forward
ed to his family, to tho rtepulillcnn
County t'oininltlco of tho County of
Maul, mid to our .National Committee-man.
Honolulu. July 11, lull.
"Itni'lHII.K'AN Ti:ilItITItlAI. CIIN-
"AI,l'Tti:r D. COOl'HIt. Chairman.'
Th' McNnmarn dynamllo case will bo
tried in th' blacksmith shop t'dny ns It
I too wet ' plow. Ever' onco in a
while ther's a public official that's
saved enough money t' do somcthin'
mi I fought, both men getting In left
swlrgs on the face. They were clinch
ed nt tho cud of the round.
Wolgast camo In with his faco cov
ered mid swung a left Into tho stomach.
Tliev clinched and poked each other
with free lefts. Moran ducked a hard
lrft swing and they clinched ugaln,
Doth men were uppercuttlng nK they
up. Wolgnst rniiovveu mornn nrounu
again. Moron's lips were pasted olid
ho was breathing heavily. They were
In n clinch and punching euch other
Viciously at the song.
Wolgast followed Mornn around, nnd
swung a hard left on the head. Moran
shot In ii snuppy left on the Jaw. Wol
gast closed on him nnd they swayed
GATHER AT BURIAL
dung together, Moran with tho left and uroun, without punching. A llerco left
Wolgast with tho right. Wolgast got
In tho more damaging blows. Moran
got In a stiff right on tho Jaw nnd fol
lowed with a right on llfo body. They
clnchod again und were hanging to
gether when the gong rang. Wolgast
went to his corner with a black eye.
Mornn met his man with n left be
tween the eyes. They clinched. Mo
ral! smothered n left for tho body nnd
drove his right Into tho pit of tho
iitomnch. Ho sidestepped when Wol
(gast tried to Ret to close quarters. Mo
run stepped nway from u left body
punch mid sent u. rlRht against tho
chin. Wolgast closed In with two fierce
right-hand body blows. They clinch
ed and fought foully, each pushing tho
other's head back. Wolgast put In a
left swing on the side uud they clinch
ed. Moran hookod his opponent sev
eral times with tho left and Wolgast
did damaging work with a right uppor
cut. Wolgast missed u couplo of times
with left swings and Moran caught
iiim on the noliit of tho chin with a
right As usual, they wero clinging to
get her nt the bell. Tho referee warned
loth men for rough work,
They wero In n clinch in an Instant.
WnlKuit got to tho body with a left
ii ml uppercut Owen In tho face three
times' with tho right. Moran pushed
him nway und sent In n right against
tho luco. They clinched again nnd sent
In pokes nnd uppsreuts. Mornn caught
Wolgast a hnrd right on the Jaw, caus
Ins his hoid to loss. Wolgust, noth
from Wolgast glanced off Moran's hend
Wolgnst then closed In ami they fought
llks demons. Wolcnst's gloves lauded
rapidly on faco and ribs, and Mornn.
Who was carried nearly through tho
ropes, tamo back with ntllt right nnd
left uppereiits. They llnully clung to
gether nnd both seemed glad of tho
resi When they resumed operations
ugaln Wolgast, whllo hanging on, wove
his arm around Morau'H guard severul
times nnd put hi n number of hard
blovvf, on the fact. They wero lu a cor
ner hammering each other at the hell.
Mornn put lu two light lefts nu thn
face. Ho follow il with two morn, hut
thov wern merely tups. After that an
other brace of lefts shot Into Wolgast's
fui'O, Wolgast chopped Moran on thn
head with a light mid poked him on
tho fact Willi a left. A clinch nnd
Wolgast used tho right In loop-the-lonp
fashion, leaching tho stile of tho faco.
Moran look to Jhhhlng with the left nnd
clinching, mid In the clinches Wolgust
was there with tho right lonp-tho-lnnp.
Mornn was busy with that straight left,'
but It was a very light punch. Moran
swung tho right and It glanced off Wol
gnrt's head. Wolgast rushed, mvlng-
Ing left for body und head mid missing
Round 12. ,
They went Into it clinch uud both
hammered nt tho kidney region with
thq right. They broke nnd clinched
again, Moran using lefts mid Wolgast
rights. Moran occasionally rolled his
head iirmmd until his head pressed
Henry I'. Iluldvvln, the Maul capi
talist, wan hurled yesterday nftcrnisin
In Mukitwao cemetery flout tho fam
ily home, Miiliihia, In tlio midst nf n
scene Impressive In tho unanimous
revrronra ilmio Iho memory of thn
man nnd citizen. As lu Honolulu, si
throughout tho Ishnd of Maul busi
ness w.ib suspended jciUcrday after
noon, and in tlio harbors of I.ulinlim
ami Knliulul llaga wero flown at half
Krorii nil over tlio Territory oamo
people to attend thn funeral, und
thuiirundn of laborers from tho plan
tation camps gathered along (ho
io.iiIh near Maluhla. Many of Iho
people cairlcd hnlf-iimsted banners or
Japanese si reamers as emblems o".
Tho Hcv. K. II. Turner, pastor of
Iho Mnkuwao Korolgn Church, of
which Mr. llalijwln was n luuinhcr,
nsslslPil hy Itnv. It. n. Dodgo of Will-
liilm, conducted tin. funeral ceremon
ies. The services wero ejultn slinpln
I mill thn liuprchsivenesii was rondeicd
all Iho giontcr hy Iho quiet eluiractcr
of thn rites. Jlov. Mr. Tumor spoko
hrlelly on tho virtues and splendid
eliarnclnr of Mr. Unldvvln. Tho sm
vlccs closod with prayer by tlio Ilov,
I). V. K. White, pnator or tho Wnl
nco Chinch, of which Mr, llnlilwln'n
father was a pioneer pastor,
Tho piill-licarurH wero Senator S.
K. Knlntua, I). T, Homing. Doctor Wll
Iowa Senator Predicts Con
gress Will Revise Tariff
WASHINGTON, July 2. Senator
Cummins of Iowa, leading Republican
piogrcsslve, pieilicted today thut nt
least llvo tariff icvlslon hills, lu addi
tion to tho reciprocity hill, would bo
pnsscd by tho Semite nt this session.
These revision hills mo the farm
ers' frro list, wool, coltiiu, sleol und
sui;:if, vvllli u possibility of a levised
ncheilulc on oilcloth and linoleum.
"I bellovo enough Dvmnciiitli' nnd
progirsnlvo otci will be found to re
vise thei.e schedules," said Senator
Senator Cummins halil this would
involve much dbcusslon, hut he
thought most of it would como be.
foic tho icclproelty agreement wast
voted on. Ho expects u oto on iccl
proc,lly about AtiguU 1st. Ho said
lie did not think voles on the other
hills would lie delujcd to aiiyEreiit
extent after that
He said It was true Iho progressive
Republicans: would not accept the
Democratic hills, mi the various sche
dules, though they might accept somo
features of them He predicted there
would bo a dltposltlon on both sldet
In give mutual concessions.
Hetialur CiimmliiB expressed confl
This is one of the principal
You get sterling value when
you purchase one of these suits.
Suits of Elegance for Young
who appreciate style
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REAL ESTATE TRAN8ACTION8.
Ing daunted, kept lifter Moran, Belting i1KHnst Wolgast's thront uud wnshoot
In I nrd lefts und rUhts on tho boily. ed tor doing so. There wns n good
Owen got In u hut d right uppercut. but' ,ieal or cllmh lighting. Wolgast get
Ad still rushed to e'oso outirters. Wol-knK n u. moru solid punches. Moran
bur !'. McCnnkoy of Muknwao, .1, .
Tlioinpson, I.. M, Haldwln. W. ,A
llaldwln, .1. N. 8. Williams und W. P,
rogue. Tho casket was of koa wood
and wan taken to iho cemetery In a
lienrso vvllli carriages following. Mrs.
II. I', llaldwln mid son. Dr. Haldwln
nnd his wlfo, wero In tho tlrst ear
rlapo Mr, nnd Mrs. Harold Rico, of
Knii'il, dnughtor and son-in-law of tho
deceased, Mr. mid Mrs. .1. P. Cooko
and Mr. nnd Mis. I). I). llaldwln wero
In following carriages. The remains
woru Interred nt Maknvvao cemolery
with brief ceremonies.
.Entered for Record July 10, 1911
From 1030 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Ilooktiuo Kaiiklul mid hsti to Kuu-
lllshop Trust i'o l.td to lleriileo 1
I t'o.,1 Itel
H, ink of Honolulu l.td to llniniu V
lilliinel 1. fiiiike, tr, to T Notl it
Ihumelliin M Miikhiiu nnd hsb to
Ada J C.irtley , I)
Entered for Record July 11, 1911,
From 8)30 a. m. to 10s 30 a. m.
Hnlana I'l.intu l.td to Then II Da-
l'epcckeo Sugar Company n tni
noiiucemcnt of a blc lurieabu In tho
monthly dividend, fioni sixty cents to
a dollar together with Iho lalo news
l thai sugnr hnd ilsen to t.2,'1 cents,
pi ovod fciituicH of tho local market
I'epockco's; new dividend scalu will
begin next Hu'urday, when tho In-
ci ease goes into effect. The Pepeekeo
regular nionllilv melon cut will here
after amount to ;",rai(, neatly li)0,l),o
llnth rcllneil and ccnlrlfugala rooii
today. Helined ailvnueed llvo cents a
hundred In Now York, wlilln centrlfii
to Iho last quotations fiom Ban Fran
cisco, Jumping from 1.05,
There was a good deal or activity
on tho local market today The Mu
layBlan rubber stocks, Tonjong Olok
nnd Pahnng, wero in demand. On the
board Oaliu Sugar dropped an eighth.
Two dividends declared yestoulay
were Hutchinson, ten cents, nnd Wat-
L luku f.1, the latter Including tho spa-
clnl $2 dlvlilenils prevloiibly announc
ed. The Hawaiian exchange icporlotlio
siilo of 20 hhaics of Hiiw.ill.in Pine
apples at $37.!n. It r.lveB Hio follow
ing oil quotations:
vies Sr Co l.td .....CM gug.Hul miothoi', high water murk for
Amelia .M I. Smith to Martin Mnser li tho yciir'by reaching 1.23, accordlmt
Honolulu Con. Co... I.r.u 1.7H
Hiituntltnn, Oil .20
Purlsslmn Hills Oil 2.
Pyramid Oil Co 10
Associated Oil Co.. fin.Oil
Enroute to Australia, Epsom Passed By
I iirll,.,. Arrluw at th fnnhl.
A cable rccel'.ed at the olUce of i)
Castle and Cooko this morning an- 9
nniiuceit tlio arrival oi mo .viaison -di
KTnelnnllii,, .Innm.i. I nrlltiA nt Knt. J
tiuiib,,.!. b,i"i,, ..,.,.. -.
lumeifcco nt eleven ociock inn morn- :a
lug. Tho 08bcl nulled from Honolulu J1
on July 3td. N
Tho harkeiitlne Irmgard la report
ed to havo sailed from Mahukoua this
tnornlug', Iter destination being San
l rnncisco, i no vessel na.t lasen on rg,
.. F..II nl.l,.,n, ..f an... tiw nn.al rn.
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REAL STRUGGLE BEGINS
IN HOUSE OF LORDS
LONDON, Juno 2S. Tho real strug
gle over the parliament bill dealing
with the veto power of tho house of
lords began this nftcrnoon.
Amendments before tho house, pro
vide for Iho exclusion from tlio opor
ntion of tho measure ot such bills hb
that relating to Irish home rule; for a
joint sitting in rase of a disagreement
bolween tho Iwo houses, nnd lor a
o the country In other
Thn llrltlnh steamship Kpsom with
general cargo taken on Isiurd nt Se
attle and Tnconia and bound fur Aus
tralian ports pnsscd off Honolulu nil referendum
leu o'clock tills morning, her skipper! cases.
illsplajlng rings which Indicated that Among the nailery visitors woro
all was. well, on board tho stciuuor, Whltclavv Held nnd Charles P. Tnft,
1700 PASSEBi TAKEN FROM STRANDED SHIP, AND VESSEL FLOATED
ga-t freed his right arm nnd Jolted
Morun In tho fnco u number of times,
niiirnn sent In one hard left hookjind
followed with it right on tho cur, Wol-
last hi fined to bo the stronger of tho
They did not clinch as readily at tho
beginning of this round. After soveral
pustts, Wolgust got homo with n lft
on the J.ivv. Ho wont at Morun hand
ever h.in.l, but was short nnd they
climbed near tho ropes, Moran put lu
n left on tlio body mid two lefts on the
month. It was u scrambling light for
n. while near tio lopes, both boys scor
ing with lefts an I rights. Wbcn they
In oke Moran got lu it punishing right
uppercut on lh mouth, Wolgast bored
lu with Ids fnco covered mid swung
ii left on the faco. Theycllnehed uud
punched whllo hanging together. When
tljey broke, Mornn. shot In u telling
light on the chill. Wolgast camo buck
with it left dig III tho stomiich.
Moran was thcro with two light left
tups on the face, lie danced nvvnynnd
Wolgnst rusjusl him to Iho ropes with
n right on t.ho ribs. They clinched nnd
had the fiercest rally of the fight
put n straight left on the heud und a
right on the chin. Wolgust put n right
to tho Jaw. Another clinch nnd more
lonp.tlic-lonp punches rrom Wolgiisl,
Moran paying him buck with left
punches on tho fnco. Mnritn got In u
smiiit right on the chin nnd followed
with tlireo left uppereiits on the mouth.
The light hud slowed down consider
ably hi this round, Just bofnro tho
hell Wolcast. whllo hanging on, sent
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Tuesday, July 11,
MAIIUKONA July II: Sailed, llkl
limgaid, for Kan Kruuclhcu.
COl.UMHIA IHVKIl July II: .Airlv-
cd, Srhr. I,) man J). Pursier, from
llmiolpu, Juno 24.
(I1(AVS IIAHIIOH July : Anlvod,
Hchr. Itupeut, liouco June 1(1.
POUT HAN I.U18 July !l; Sailed
I S. S. Smiiit Mai la, for Honolulu.
an overhand left which Hindu Mo-' BYI1NKY Juno 23; Arrived, 8. S
ran wince. Ho went to his corner with M.irunin, iicnco Juno a.
his lips purled find his second busied1 HAN FltANCIHCO July 11: Arilvcd,
IheiuseJves sponging his mouth. It . f. i.uiiiuu. ueiico,.iuiy J, ui ll
looked as though tho teeth had cut n. in.
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nllnj 13 Fire of unknown oilglu destioycd it
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one right uppercut nml then Wolgust
pinned hhn against the lopes, shower
lug lefts und rights on tho body und
lefts on tho fine. Moron's mouth was
wldo open na though his Jaw was brok
en, uud ho seemed to stop lighting.
Wolgust whipped h hard right into tin)'
lien,rt region mid swung it left on tlw
Jaw. Moniu fell to tho mut, still open
mouthed and with his eyes rolling, nnd
wni counted out.
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