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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, OCT. 26. 1900.
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House cleaning time Is house painting time the
' floors, the base boards, the cupboards, the chairs, the
tables and a dozen pieces o( furniture need re-painting or
For floors either fainted, varnished, stained or waxed:
use S-W. Floor Finishes. Finish floors in best pos
For interior walls and woodwork, use S-W. Enamelold.
An economical high gloss finish.
For cupboards, shelves, tables, eta use S-W.- Family
Paint. An oil gloss paint that stands scrubbing.
For staining woodwork and furniture: use S-W. Varnish
Stain. Correctly Imitates the natural wood.
We have faints, varmibti an.l itaim fir every painttHt thtn.
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" Veterinary Surgeon
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is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water wo
are in a class by ourselves. ...
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BY 7. . STEVENSON.
CELEBRATED AUSTRALIAN REMEDIES
A collection of remarkable veterinary medicinal discoveries covering
n period of over 100 years.
BRONCHITIS, WEAK BACK.
FAINS ACROSS SHOULDERS,
NvEAK KNEES, SORE CHEST, SORE
FEET, WEAK ANKLES.
Around Among The
Although It was a mlanrablo wet 'af
ternoon yesterday and everything was
sopping, the- ardor or the fight fan
could not ho damped. A select Uttle
bunch wended Us way down to tliu
(Marine Camp, where Charlie Kellly,
tho lightweight champion, Is training.
Professor Hubert Hoss, who Is look-
lug aftor Charlie, Is Belting his muii
Into tho best of condition and the lit
tle scrapper looks tit to fight for his
Yesterday. Smiling Nelson, who
would sooner box than cat, took Char
lie on for five rounds and a real hot
go it wus too. Hcllly Id very clover
and tho marlno Is Improving a lot; the
two men mixed thlngB In fine shape
and tho rain outside was forgotten
while thfi go was on.
Richards also wob prevailed titan to
have a few rounds with Rcllly, and af
ter the first spasm was half way
through, the work of tho two men
woko tho fans up and anyono outside
would havo thought that a real battle
waH being fought.
rtcllly Is foctlng very fit and next
Saturday night will step Into tho ring
In the best of condition . Ho Is well
known to tho fight fans of this city
and Is a great favorite. He may bo re
Hod upon to do his best whllo within
tho squared circle, and Cullcn wIIMiutc
to bo a good one If he Is to win.
Cullen, who has a big audience to
hco him work every afternoon at the
Orphcum Theater, la boxing In excel
lent form and his sparring partner
Kill Terry, Is also getting all the work
ho needs for his go with Sarconl. which
will bo tho preliminary to tho wain
Cullcn has mado a good Impression
on tho local spoils, and all vols him
to lie n decent young fellow. Ho has
boxed pretty well all over the world
nnd has a long record of good work be
The go for tho lightweight cham
pionship Ib going to be one of tho best
over pulled off here, and that Is writ
ten with a full knowledge of the good
bouts that havo been seen In this city
In tho past.
The Aloha Park Is rapidly being put
In order for tho match and tho canvas
roof will be n groat Improvement. ' All
tho arrangements are in tho hands of
Jack Scully, and that Is a guarantco
that everything will bo O. K.
Tho Terry-Sarconl contest Is going
to bo a wiling ono, and theso two
young boxers are out after each oth
crB scalps with a vengeance. Roth
tho lads have learned a lot about the
boxing gamo through acting as spar
ring pnrtnerB to first class men nnd
thoy will show all they know on Satur
a u n
Ewa Goes Down
Last Sunday tho Ewa baseball
nine defeated tho Waipahu team by
a score of 6 to i. It was a cIobo and
exciting game and tho fans were
kept guessing right up to the finish.
The Ewa nine made two runs In
their first Inning and the Waipahu
evened things up In the second
when they also piled up a couple.
Then tho.Ewa bunch mado two more
In the ninth ,but the Walpahus came
through with three runs and won on
There were a lot' of spectators at
the game, and the play was watched
with great Interest. The Ewa nine
will chullcngo the Walpahus to an
other game before long and mean to
turn the tables for sure at tho next
attempt. The line-ups were as fol
lows; Waipahu Splller, Mlndas, J. Rod
riguez, A. Rodriguez, Caoaar, W.
Miles, llauhane, Ornellas, Paahaula.
Ewa Joe Ellas, Dowey, Rodri
guez, Clark, Travers. Cullen, Cor
dclro, II. Souza, J. Sottza, Salto.
There should bo a close race out at
the t.eftguo grounds when the profes
sional runners get together' In the Mar
athon which, Is being promoted by V
dlo Fernandez and tho other represent
tatlves of thi runners.
Jackson, Tsiikainolo, Fahy, Charlie
Hayes and Kaoo,. should provide goou
Sport In the long distance fun, and as
Ml' the men nro In active training. It
Is hard to say who wilt win.
The race over tho twenty-six miles
will be a severe lest, but all the men
excepting Tsukamoto. havo covered
tho full Marathon course a couple ot
times In previous contests, nnd the)
may bo relied upon to finish tho dis
tance. The Japafltse champion ran
n good ten-mile race some time ago
and then, a little later, it will be re
membered, cracked up at the 'fourteen
mile post of what was to bo a match
Marathon against Jackson.
Kaoo. is sure to bo in tho first flight
at tho finish, as he Is a game old run
ner who maintains an even gait all
the time, ami, has a fast sprint to fin
lull with. i
Coiiulo Hayes Is another runner who
baa nhown that ho can do the Mara
thon distance, and do It at a fast cli
too. Hayes ran a beautiful race In the
Mnrathon that was promoted by Jack
Scully anil. If he had used a lttle more
judgment In that event might have
won. , " l,"
Dal Kahy, who runs wlth n very
high action and can step, It with the
best of them, will. If really fit, make
somo of the high-priced cds stretch
Nothing much Is known about the
Local Yachting and
Tonight at the Lorle residence a
meeting of the Honolulu Yacht Club
will be held. Tho meeting will be
called to order at 8 o'clock, and all
thoso Interested In the sport of
small boat sailing are Invited to at
It Is Intended to try and arrange a
series of races In which wrens and
other small hosts can compete; It
Is also desired to elect officers for a
regatta committee and to provide
Dinghy sailing, as we used to call
It years ago In N. S. Wales, Is got
ting very popular here, and as It Is
a lino sport there Is no reason why
It should not flourish.
It would surprise some ot the lo
cal yachtsmen If thoy saw an eight-
foot dinghy flying through the wa
ter on Port Jackson, with every pos
sible sail even watersall set,
and with' a man at the tiller who
could handle anything .from a full
rigged ship to the tiny eight-footer.
These boats are raced at every re
gatta, and the way they are handled
Is a marvel. Percy Summerbelie,
one of the best dinghy sailors who
ever rolled uo hi pants, was a
champion at the game.
And as regards the fourteen-fool-ers,
why, we used to carry 21 feet
on the boom all the time, and when
engaged In racing, three feet more.
Seven men, hanging out till their
backs were In the water, could not
at times keep the dinghy from going
over, and then It was not the most
pleasant feeling In the world to find
that If all the bunch held on to the
boat nt ono time that she would
Six would hang on and the aei
rnth would tread water alongside
till relief came from somewhere.
And there are sharks In Port Jackson
that make the West Indian variety
look like mullet ' In comparison.
However, a ease has never been
known of a shark attacking' a cap
sized crew. 4 -
The sails which are under water
teem to scare .the big; fish away, but
still many was the, anxious glance
SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 8:30 F. M.
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP OF HAWAII.
Weight 133 Founds.
8ARC0NI vi. KID TERRY.
Weight 110 Founds.
Beamed Stats 1.00
General Admission 50c
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If you havo over been Interested In
the wonderful surfing sports of Walkl
ki and particularly that of surf-board
riding, tho one of all aquatic sports
that has made Walklkl famous, you
will want to visit tho Dontno tonight
or Thursday or Saturday nights, or
perhaps tho whole threo aB you will
find a striking Interest overoy time you
185 editorial rooms 256 husi
nets office. ' These are the telephone
til-Umbers' M the'Bullttlh office.
It Is supposed that competent men
who understand the sport; will be In
power. Tho scoring arrangement .will
bo difficult, and any mistake In record
ing tho laps will play rild Harry with
tho crowd, if the public" bo assured
that competent men arc; to bo In
chargo and that somo responsible per
son will watch out for any funny busi
ness, there is no doubt that'the people
will gd to tho grounds to see the run
ners of so many nationalities compete
against ono another.
Tho Marathon .distance should be
cut nut In fust time, and thore Is not
much doubt that the record for the Is
lands will bo lowered.. The runners
are all good men, and If thoy pace In
turn, Instead of letting ono man lead
all tho way, tho race should ho full of
life and Incident.
a a tt
Made at Last
Now that a definite, offer of such
a large amount a $76,000. has been
made for the Jeffries-Johnson con
test. It may be assumed that before
long tho cable will Inform ua that a
date has been set for the match.
After all the wild-cat bids ot any
thing fro mflSO.OOO to $200,000
that have been made, It Is a relief
to see a sane offer coming from a
man who knows how to make a
match and to come out on the right
aide of the ledger when tho cham
pionship fight Is finished.
Kroni now on the snorts all over
the world will be figuring on seeing
the fight somehow or another, and
those who cannot manage It will
reckon on at least looking at the
moving pictures ot the scrap.
It goes without saying that the
largest crowd of all times Is going
to congregate at the ringside when
tho white man and the negro face
It will be something like the re
appearance ot John L. when that
wonderful fighter came -out to box
Corbett. Plenty of people think
that the result will be the same, and
that the younger- man Will win.
.Thath may happen, but It Is the very,
sincere wish and hope, of about five
millions of Australians that Jeff
"knocks tho blanky block off ot Jbe
nigger. , '
Captain Walt C. Johnson, 18th In
fnntry, who. Is on. board the transport
Logan, Is reported to be a fine tennis
player. It Is possible' that somo of our
local racquet mon, will have a gamo
with him white tho ship Is In port.
All tho football players are training
hard nnd practlco Is' ln"ordor every
afternoon nt the League grounds. Much
Interest Is being taken. In the matches
and tho attendance has 'been good so
far ' ' r , "s .
8UNDAY, OCT. 31.
1:30 F. :
A. C. vi. U. S. M.
J. A. C,
WISE & MILTON COMPANY.
A Big Vaudeville Show
REAL SINOERS REAL DANCERS
NEW MOVING PICTURES.'
10 and 20 cents j
Seats 10c, 15c, 25o
Seats on sale Thursday morning.,
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5 rQ
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO lO.Jo'f
League B.B. Grounds
1:30 F. M.
fin' of 'an approaching iea wolf.
Ball dk Is easily first as a sport
and social Institution, and the mr-
ry meeting at a renaesvous wnere,
after kau kau, the pipe Is lighted
and the story of the run down relat
ed once more, Is enough to make a
man foel that lite, atter all, Is
worth living. '
FLANS TO SIGN
0. X. Charlie
NBW YOtlK, Oct. 6. Mullen, the
young Western League umpire, made
such an Impression on his only .ap
pearance here when he forfeited the
game to the Naw York Natlonnl
club, that President lleydler an
nounces his Intention ot adding him
to the regular staff of National
league umpires neat season. The
custom of players to nag and annoy
a new umpire did not rattle young
Mullen In the least and when his
caution to desist had been disregard
ed he took quick action and forfeit-j
cd the game. President llaydlerl
witnessed the Incident and fully ap
proved ot It, as did also the great
number of spectators.
M M M
Tho Ksllhl baseball club will have
a meeting tomorrow night at tho resi
dence ot the secretary of the associa
tion. All members of the club are re
quested to be at Adrian Keoho's home
at 7 o'clock. Tho whole matter of tho
Kallhl A .C. will bo gono Into and
somo cort mado to neo what can be
done as regards the bsscball team,
which at present seems to be out of
the gamo altogether.
A Rural Tragedy
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
PRAIRIE DOGS DEB
AND OTHER PIANOS.
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. Phone 718.
Miss. Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the Worll?
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Fort Street. Below Beretania.
It tells of an episode of
Franco-Prussian war, and a
comedy picture, etc.
For home entertainment.
BER0STR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
THE ARTS AND CRAFT SHOP.
38-938 Fort St. Tel. 52.
NEW IDEA "
, WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel -and Bethel St.
Open every evening except Studa;
i, at 7 o'clock. ',
Admission 10c. Ladies Free
Musio by Kawaihau Glee Clnb.,
Decorate Your Walls and
The Sanitary Kaltomine,
A dry powder which is
ready for use when mixed
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KAN8A8 CITY, Mo.. Oct. 7.
Moro than 760,000 pralrto dogs
have, been .killed In the last eight
months by J, W. Holman,,tbo recog
nised government poisoner of the
pests In the southwestern states.
Mr. Holman Is hers to obtain a now
supply ot strychnine and will start
orr a second expedition within a few
"I shall kill at least 1,500,000,
dogs In the nxt eight months,"' he
said today, "The prairie dogs are a
pest In the southwest, and especial
ly In Texas. They are destroying
pasture land, and their burrowB
make It dangeron for" horsemen.
They cannot be trapped or shot, but
It Is easy to poison them by placing
strychnine on wheat, which they
Under Mr. Holman'a direction
strychnine Is mixed with' wheat and
about a teaspoontul Is placed at the
entrance of a prairie dog hole. Each
teaspoontul kills .three animals.
The government pays" Holman 1 1-2
Qenta n head fnr.rteatroylng the.dogs.irtio.fljtiyygnrijjtj.WH
GEO. A. MARTIN)
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