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SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1809
OF THE U. S. S. IROQUOIS
Catch-as-Catch-Can at 170 Pounds
Championship of the Hawaiian Islds.
24 ROUNDS BOXING
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Store, cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
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served Seats $1.00, 75c and 50c.
THURSDAY, MARCH 4TH,
LAST EXHIBITION OF THE
The Great Floral Parade
School Exercises. Lincoln Centennial
Honolulu Fire Department Respond
ing to a CalU-a Thrilling Series
of. Interesting Scenes Just Com
Once More, the Volcano of Kilauea
And a Miscellaneous Series of Other
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Seats, 75c, now on sale at the Berg
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BRAVE BOYISH BOXER
BATTERED B0I)Y BLOW
Charlie Reilly Gets Decision Over Frankie Smith
Referee S.ays Foul-Doctor Claims
Solar Plexus Blow Did Damage
' Another unfortunate Incident spoil '
cit wlinl, up to the thirteenth rountl,
liml been n good fight on Saturday
evening. When the thirteenth round
had been underway half u minute.
Smith planted a straight piston-like
right on Kellly'a body. Then tli
show burst up. Hellly doubted up In
pain and gasped for breath. The ref
eree nlmost Immediately raiBcd Hell
ly's hand In token of victory on a
Ucllly was at once conveyed to his
dressing-room nnd, In the writer's
presence, was examined by a medical
man. No signs of Injury such as
would have been apparent If a foul
blow had been struck were to be
From the press tabla It was Impos
sible to see where the blow landed.
Smith was fighting with his back to
the spectators, and, beyond seeing his
shoulder blades move, It was hard to
say whero his punches were getting
In their work.
At the Instant the blow was ap
parently struck, Itellly's glove was
In contnet with Smith's head. That
much could be seen from the scribe's
seat. Then Hellly doubled up In
pain and, as before stated, the. fight
Smith on three or four occasions
tried to get Hellly In the solar plex
us during the earlier stuges of tlio
light, but fulled to do damage. Up
to the. sixth round It was an even go,
then Hellly had Smith groggy when
the gong sounded. Smith came up
fresh and strong In the seventh
round and fought Hellly all over the
ring. If a decision had been given
before thu alleged foul took place, the
light must havu been ciillei n draw,
Tho Orphcuin wus packed, und al
most as big a crowd us that which at
tended the Sulllvun-IVtorson scrap
was present. A certain section of the
audience showed very bad sportsman
ship by cheering Hellly und hooting
Smith. This occurred about the
ninth round when Smith, plucky lit
tle man that he Is, was fighting as
game a bnttle as any man the writer
has ever seen. There was absolutely
no cause to discriminate between the
two pugilists, ns both were putting
up the light of their lives. Cheer
Hellly, sure, that's O. K but the
dirty hooting inado decent-minded
men feci ashamed that they were un
der the sumo roof temporarily as tho
alleged "sports" who hooted a good
man without reason.
The first preliminary was between
NoUon of Camp Very nnd Henley of
Fort Shafter. The naval man was
much bigger and heavier than tho
soldier, and tho latter was nervous,
this being his first public appear-
unce. In the first round Nelson laud
ed when and where he liked, the
smaller man not having a look-in.
The second round only weht one mlu-
ute, Peterson, the referee, stopping
tho slaughter and declaring Nelson
tho winner. Peterson did quito
right, as there Is no uso In allowing
a game, but outclassed man to bo
butchered to make a Honolulu holi
The second scrap betwoen Illnes
and McColtough was worth going
miles to see. Illnes had tho ndvan
tugc In height and reach, and was
much more clever than the soldier.
The latter, however, is a real iron
man, and tool; a lot of punishment
with a smile on his face. It would
tako about six men like Illnes to hurt
McCollough, much less put him out.
Tho soldier bored In all tho time, and
in thu sixth, seventh! and eighth
rounds had Illnes holding on desper
ately. Illnes knows every trick In
the glove game, and let McCollough
do nil the hard work when breaking
uway. Hlnes would get out of u
clinch, freeing his right arm first,
und nt tho Instant of hreuk-away
would come across with a terrific
right for the jaw. Hut ho might as
well have, hit Kitmehumeha's statuo
as to land on the soldier, It was a
give-and-take proposition from tho
tup of the gong, and, considering how
groggy Illnes was, und how he hold
on, a draw would have been. In
many people's opinion, a cood riecl
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G. C. Beokley, Jr.
PHONE 109. . .
slon. Dines was, of course, tho clev
erer of the two men, but the soldier
balanced that by his willing light.
Hilly Wnrhnni was announcer, and
he Introduced several challenges for
fistic fame. Sllva, the Punchbowl
demon, challenged the winner of thu
Nelson-Ilcliley go, and, as Nelson
turned out to bo "It." a match be
tween these two should eventuate
shortly. A warmer scrap than this
will be would be hard to find, as tho
soldier Is full'of conlldcnce und Is n
husky )oung giant.
Young Sharkey also challenged the
winner of the Illties-.McCollough go,
but he had better think twice ubout
tho matter after seeing the snap
which the other two put up on Sat
Mike Patton, Peterson, and Ito.ss
wero Itellly's seconds In the big
light, whilst Sullivan, McFudden, and
unother did the honors for Bmitli.
The fight by rounds went some-
think as follows:
rlrst Hound Shake. Reilly
breaks the ice ut once with left to
face; no dumage. Smith comes uerosi
with right to neck. Smith lands i
lightly with left on smelling box.
Hellly laughs and comes back with
right to wind. Krunklc tries floico
uppercut but falls to land. Chaillo
returns the compliment, and mutces
connection with Smith's restaurant
department. Frankie leads with left
to head and at once comes across
with u vicious right for Jaw. Hellly
puts In u beautiful straight left to
faco as gong goes. Kven round.
Second Hound Smith passej
Charlie ono on the point, but theru
was no force In the punch. Hellly
puts In a short-arm Jolt Into Smith's
wind. Smith lands u beaut on fuco.
Reilly Jumps in and lands twice with
very pretty lefts to Jaw. Bmlth up
percuts Charlie, but 'no damage is
done. Charlie gets In good right
awing und rocks Smith's head. Smith
gets In left hook on head. Fierce
fighting us gong goes. Hellly's round.
Third Round- Reilly feints with
light and gets home with left to
pose. Smith wakes up and puts in a
splendid uppercut. Reilly, good ono
to Jaw. Smith right swing to head.
Charllo light tup to jaw Smith slip
ping and falling to floor, Reilly
forces tho fighting fiercely, landing
right and left In quick succession.
Smith gets beautiful left to jaw,
steadying Hellly. Smith tries hard
uppercut but misses. Charllo gets
left home on Jaw. Good rally as gong
bounds. Smith's round.
Fourth Hound Smith lands
twice on face, and gets out of danger
cleverly. Smith a beaut to Jaw. Hell
ly two straight lefts flush to fare.
Charlie swings for head with right
but misses. Franklo uppcrcuts Hell
ly. Hellly left to neck and then good
right to head. Smith lands twlcu
with left nnd then fails In an upper
cut. Smith's round.
Fifth Round Smith to fuco
twice; the second wus a reul good
ono. Charllo right hooks for ribs
and then left to forehead. Smith
left to cheek. Smith gets In two
fierce uppercuts. Hellly swings left
for Jaw, Franklo lands with left on
head and follows It up with a visit
to the wind. Smith bores in and
lands once more on head. Reilly
comes back with right to faco. Frank
ie calls ugatn on Itellly's bread-bus-
ket und then puts In u peach to jaw.
Sixth Round Reilly to face
twice. Smith left to head. Hellly
beaut to Jaw and then right swing
to head. Hellly left flush to jaw.
Smith misses uppercut. Hellly right
nnd left to head. (Smith very grog
gy; almost out.) itellly's round.
Seventh Round Smith bleeding
a lot, but much fresher and stronger.
Reilly stabs with right to Bjomuch.
Smith trlcsrlght swing for head, but
Hellly ducks out or danger, iteuiy
puts In two good ones to head. Smith
straight left to nose. Smith, beaut to
Jaw. Smith twice more to head. Hur
ricane lighting, Smith uppercuttlng
Charllo twice. Smith once more left
to fnce and right to neck. Smith
utiulght left poke to Jaw, Hellly to
wind. Smith's round.
Eighth Round Reilly left tu
wind. Smith uppcrcuts. Hellly right
swing to head. Hellly left to face.
Smith rushes In but Is brought up
standing by u beautiful straight feft.
Reilly puts It all over Smith rights
Secretaries or other author
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are asked te send In a list of
events, scheduled by tbem,.that
they may be Included In the
program. Address all commu
nication! to the Sporting Edi
tor, Evening II u 1 1 1 1 u .
Mar. 14: Halelwa Race.
Mar. 21: Medal,
and lefts. Smith gets homo good
right to chin, making Hellly slow
up. Hellly uppercuts nnd then lundi
right on head Smith's face Is badly
cut. Smith forces the fighting und
Isnds one good punch on head. Rep
Ninth Hound Smith right to
face. Charlie to wind. Frankie to
Jaw. Hellly to head with right, nnd
then left to wind. Smith to fucc.
Hellly uppercuts but no damage, Is
done. Fierce fighting, both men min
ing It freely. Itellly's round.
Tenth Hound Reilly to Jaw.
Smith left to head. Hellly left to
face. Smith right to wnd. Hellly
left to head, und then overhand
punch on kldnays. Fine fighting,
both men standing lip to their work
und slugging for all they aru worth.
Smith lands left ou head as gong
goes. Itellly's round.
Eleventh Round Smith lands
right on ribs i then puts In left
to face,- Kellly loft to Jaw und then
evades wicked rlfcht swing. Hellly
straight left to Jaw. Smith uppet
cuts. Charrfe scores with right
wullop for" head. Smith comes buck
with strujght left to) face. Chaillo
puts In haf-arm Jolt to Jaw. FrniiKld
tries for a knockout with right, but
nothing doing, liven round.
Twelfth Round Bmlth froili nnd
full of tight; rushos In and puts left
to fuco u good oqe. Smith Ults
Hellly'H larder and lllon Uppeicutb On
Jaw. Smith again taps ClmrJJc'c ies
Wurant und Kellly dues not seem to
like It. Hellly lands hard one on
face. Smith stiff wallop (o head and
then right to downstairs. Hellly to
wind. Smith's round.
Thirteenth Hound Hellly leads
for face. Smith lands on "head. Hell
ly to wind. Smith to jaw. Reilly left
to neck. Smith right and left to
head. Fierce fighting, toe to toe.
Lefts and rights to head exchanged,
both landing good ones. Hellly to
noKO ut thu Instant thtt Smith put
the blow Into the, wind that ended
tho light. This round went 70 sec
Y. M. C. A.Is
Two flno basketball games were
played on Saturday night at tho Y. M.
C, A. Tha Institutions small mem
burs wero up against tho Central
(Irammnr school and beat them by IS
to 3. Tho Normal school played tho
Pakanans and dufcated them In a closo
gamo, score 31 to 10.
Tho following uro tho lineups:
Midgets Cunningham, rb., Wm.
Daptisto, lb.; I.. Correa, c; A. Sllva,
rf.; H. Morso. If.
Grammar School L, Drasch, rb.; W.
Drasch, 11).: 8. Dlaku, c; II. Mclln, rf.;
Normisi B. Lindsay, f.; J, Sllva, f.;
8. Toomoy, c; W. Melnecke, b.; A.
I'akanan V. Marcalllno, (.; G.
Dwlght, f.; D. Ollllland, c; K.'Kcllctt,
b.; O. P. Soaros, b.
Referees James Nott, Dr. fiamt.
18 Pt Leaguo ball players
Tho N, O. II. baseball loam defeat
ed tho League Grounds players on Sat
urday by a scoro of & to U. In tho sixth
Inning tho N. G. II. team scored fho
runs, and that about finished tho
Grounds players' chance of winning.
Tho inoups wuro:
. N. a. II. Bam Chllllngwortb, Kast
on, Lemon, Williams, Kual, Pimentul,
Sumner, Murkham, Dole.
League arounds Sing Chong, Hen
ry CblllloBworth, C. Akuna, Cbl Uul,
Puu Furr. Bob ChllllDgwortb, Puty,
Welner and Fruscr.
Bulletin Business Offloe Phoae 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phons 185,
The cricket match on Saturday be
tween tho Honolulu club and the Ala
meda boys .ended In a rather one-sided
victory for the local team. Quito
a large number of cricketers rolled
up to the match and great Interest
was' taken In the game. Some good
form was shown by Anderson, Ilrown,
and Iluchly. Martin for the Alameda
teum bowled well, In fact he Is n good
Slight showers fell during tho aft
ernoon but not enough to stop Iho
game. There was much talk of the
coming matches with thu llritlsh
men-of-war, and much confidence In
the Honolulu club's ability to win
The Alameda boys only made the
small total of nineteen In their first
and only Innings. Still they nrc try
ers nnd very keen on the game. All
they need Is practice, but that Is
Just nbout what the boys cannot get.
Tlie scores by Innings went us fol
Thurlow. bowled 1
Martin, bowled 8
Raphael, bowled o
Jerome, caught 1
Orth, caught 0
Price, not out s
Knight, bowled '. . . o
Illckey, buu led 0
Maxwell, bowled u
I'odmore, bowled 0
Ayri's. bowled i
Jordan, bowled 3
Irwin, bowled 12
Kelley, caught 11
Deerr, caught 13
Pottle, bowled 2
Gray, caught 9
Walker, bowled , . "J
Monsarrut, bowled U
Anderson, not out 3f
Ilrown, retired , . 40
Iluchly, not out 'I'l
rrotui . ica
Churllu Rullly, thu popular yuung
boxer, Intends leaving for tho coast
on tho Alameda, Ilu has been think
ing of going homo for some time, und
thu fact of thu light with Smith turn
ing out so unsatisfactory bus nothing
to do with his determination.
Hellly Is a good little fellow and
all tho sports hope that hn will return
some dny and khuw another tustu of
his quality. It Is u pity that lie and
Franktu Smith cannot, ut present, ba
got together for another match. Hell
ly Is a very clover boxer und Smith
Is Improving nil tho time.
Everyone wishes Hellly good luck
en tho mainland, und all reel thai he,
llko others, will think of Hawaii nel
during his absence, ami will doubtless
"blow In" some morning and glvu us
all a surprise. Hawaii gets a hold on
a man that few can resist. Aloha mil,
Date Of Play
On Sunday next ut Halelwa, tho
Tansan cup golf tournament will ud-
nnce another stage. It was previous
ly announced thut tho play would
como oft on March 14, but as Managor
Uldgood will have all ho can do to cut
er for tho Marathon runners on thut
day, tho ovent was moved ahead one
Austin Whlto and Win. Simpson
have each won ono match on thu Hale
lwa links and should cither of them
win on Sunday next, they will have
to bo content with a cosu of Tansan,
as tho cup has to be won three Union,
but each time on a different court,'.
Much Interest Is taken In this emu
petition, and a largo number of golf
ers will probably Journey to Ilulclvvn
to tuko part In the gamo.
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