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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.. IT., THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1D08.
o n your
lawn freely this month, so that when
the winter ruins come you can get the
best results. We have Forccgrowth
in 25, 50 and 100 pound bugs with
printed directions on each bug.
The Lawn Mower, Rake, Yard
Broom and other tools that you need
to help the Forccgrowth make the lawn
Wholesale nnd Retail
HOSPITAL for Cattle, Horses and Dcgs.
Consultations Persona! or by Letter.
All communications confidential.
H. JOHN POTTIE, Veterinary Surgeon
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SA- PltA.'.CISCO. Calif.. Nov. 7. I Tlio Inist neon of tlio AlnmcJa rIio
(Sptclnl by longest lensoil liar to the was plowing throimh tlie Ooldcn Oato
lliilk'lln iluliicil iiR'ssaKu). Ml- with two camels Bravely promenading
inor'H Kumtlr I'liocnlrlan I'lialanx fair up nml down tlio bildge.
ly lli-w on board tliu Oceanic liner Ala-1
ineda nt noon today, Just iih the trusty Tlio above dispatch, rb noon na It
ililp was getting icndy to jwko her reached tho llullctln oince, was
Eiioot Into tho bounding wave, driving turned over to Customs Inspector E.
the most motly nrray of nnlmals up It. Stackablc, he being considered the
the gangplank oer soon on board the man best fitted to handle the wild mil
chip. tnal business.
There were animals such ns Hagen-I "They ran't land! I tell you, they
beck shows In his woild-famed exhlbl- can't lanJl" shrieked Stackablo. "I'll
tlon of luilr-ralsere; nnd theie were' arrest McCandlcss. What does ho
animals audi ns have never been think this Is an Island zoo?"
shown nor seen anywhere In tho Realizing that It would bo itnpossl
woild. The beasts uero nil consigned bio to placate tho lrato Collector, U10
to l'nst Potentate Kilmer of Islam Uullutln man hurriedly called up
Temple. Mystic Slirlne, In caro of J. Mr. McCnndless to wnm him. At first
S. McCnndless, Honolulu. ho wns Inclined to stay and faco the
As tho first ihlnoceros mounted tho. music, but finally wiser council pro
gangway with graceful bounds, Purser vallged, nnd the last seen of him ho
'Smith seized a hntch and, with one ( wns headed for tho Pall wtth a chunk
' mighty swing of his manly right, en- of bread and n bottle of zein-zom wn-
deavoicd to drhe the marauder back, tcr stuffed In his vest pocket, hoping
I Ills efforts wero vnln; the beasts to cscapo the Ire of the Infuriated
Buept nil before (hem.
I Customs Collector
RAY FILTERS Give Color Vnlucs and Color Effects. In
four difleient kinds an I strengths to fit all sizes of lenses.
PORTRAIT ATTACHMENTS Make an ordinary ko
dak adaptable to Portrait work. All sizes, 50c.
DUPLICATORS For making "Funny Pictures." Ask
to sec some of these pictures.
Notice tlie new In?ento View Finder in our
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
"Everything Photographic." Foit St. near Hotel.
very sweet and tender, on ice, received from New Zeal
and by the Moana. Superior Quality.
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER BELGIAN HARES.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
A smoke for smokers who smoke good cigars, and dou't
'care whether they cost 5c or 25c.
H. Haokf eld Sl Co., Ltd.,
THE ROLL OF II WONDER WHY
THE UNFORTUNATES, ?????????
Leaving tho I.lkellko street cntrnnca
of the l'nlnco grounds yesterday, Itoa
coe Perkins forgot tho closed gato nnd
attempted to drive his uutnmobllo
through tho unyielding bars. It Is
thought Hint tho gato will recover.
Humor has it that Perkins, thinking
of the entertainment which the nobles
of Aloha Temple, out of the kindness
of their hearts, have prepared for him,
was beginning to see things nnd the
palaco yntd gates looked like feeble
obstacles compared with what is In
store for him.
Others lays that Perkins was plan
ning to cheat tho executioners nnd
thought to moot his end in an easier
way. Hut, bo that as it may, he Is
still in tho ring nnd a body guard will
bo provided by tho Temple to keep
Mm out of danger henceforth.
GREAT GAME PROMISED
Victims, lo the signal knell
Calls you lo tho zeni zem well:
Think well 1111 your dreadful fate,
Ponder, elo It be too late.
goon the Miund of thong nnd lash.
Ilaislni: welts on nulv'rlng flesh,
Soon tho Juggernaut's loud bipieak,
And the victims' dying Bhrlek,
Will tloat foitli upon the air.
Are n't your suuls filled with despair?
l,o! I hear the dread 1 oil-call,
Summoning the victims nil:
Itoscoo Parkins, you they'll flay
In a giant hjpci tray.
As for you, Demosthenes,
You'll bo tin own into the grease
Of gieat Allah's stewlng-pan,
On our tail they'll tie a can.
through tho torture chambui's hall
1 can hear tho shriek of Wall
As tho avengers, without ruth.
Ono by one draw out each tooth.
To your cries the answer'!! bo:
"This is painless dentistry!"
As for I.yttecker nnd Child,
They'll get entertainment wild.
Also something good anil strong
Has been mixed for J. A. Young.
llut of a'.l the Journeys prlmiosc,
Much tlio best awaits Hoss Ucmrose.
With a pitchfork, gleaming red,
Oleefiilly they'll poko his head,
Lest he think, perchance, that ho
Can pass In tlipio "duty free."
.John 1). Detoi, L.ud! for you
They aro fixing up u stew
Chopped up in a salad bowl.
They will serve your old friend Low
Nor will they leave In the lurch
lllinard Waggoner, 01 Church.
Hut tho greatest beuium
They will Have- lor Dcunlson:
To tho wnteis you they'll sock
From your own beloved dock,
.lames I.. Yomn! nnd J. K. Clarkn
Will meet nine devils In tho dark,
And you. Alphabet Clcghoin,
Soon will hear gieat Gabriel's I10111.
As for you. Conductor Ilosson,
You'll be run down at tliu ciosbIu'
lly n bhrleklng Holly car n
Wildly niching n'er Sahara.
fifty thousand volts of woo
Await that Mcnegfollo.
A. II. Jungclnus, you they'll bako
In one giant angel cake.
Plltz will yearn for that dear Midway
While ho tieads our blistering high
way. Though Kldwcll on his knees will pray
He cannot hope to cscapo this day.
Spltzer, Wilght, and Holmes, to you
Theio'll bo coming, oro you through
With your Journey o'er tho sand
To tlio piomtscd Mecca land,
All jou'll want, and bomethlng more!
Hear tho blast fire's maddened roar!!
Anderson, that canny Scot,
will nop like morns hencnth tho pot;
The whllo ho'll whli that ho had nover
Left tho laud of fragrant heather.
iUckley. rrebh from Mllo city.
Will holler loud for help and pity,
Hut on I1I111 we'll burn u brand
Whllo ho musses up our snnd.
Aro you not consumed with fear?
Kilmer, Islam's Chief, Is here! ! !
Certain prominent men about town
nro laying In u supply of sofa cush
ions. Thoso hlgh-voltago wires have been
connected with K. P. hall.
There Is Btich 11 look of gloom on
tho faces of some of Honolulu's cit
izens. That mat of spikes Is being mado
at the Honolulu Iron Works.
Tho drug stores are laying In such
v supply of nmlca.
Fort Shatter has been nsked for the
loan of ambulances.
J A Young looks so solemn.
Jungclaus Is trying to Inure himself
to the effects of fire.
George Kilmer, Past Potentate, Im
pel lnl Lord High Sand-Heater, Su
preme Master of the Camel Drivers,
Oreat Mogul of the Shrieking Jugger
naut, Knight1 of the Hulling (Irease,
wns Invited to visit Honolulu.
Bulletin Plavers Will Soon Cross
Bats With Sheba's Shimpo
The opening of the Kalanlanaoto
League season pales Into insignifi
cance compnrcd with the announce
ment which the Sporting Kdltor of
tho It tt 1 1 e 1 1 n is able to make this
afternoon. There will be n baseball
game between the Ilulletln'a Bphcro
handlers nnd a selected aggregation
from the stuff of the Hawaii Shimpo.
S. Sheba, proprietor of tho Shimpo,
yesterday Issued a challenge to the
llullctln on behalf of hla cohorts, and
tlio dnre was taken up. Tho date
for tho game lias not been set, but
fans will bo notified far enough In
advance to enable them to get a pick
of the ?G box seats in the front row
behind the catcher,
GRAND WELCOME MEETINQ
OF LIEUT. COL. MILES.
At the Salvation Army Hall, corner
Kink nnd Nuuanu streets, tho com
mander of tho Salvation Army in tho
bouthwestern States 'will mako his
Initial address to a Honolulu nudlence.
Olowlng reports have-been received of
his meetings on the other islnuds.
Program1 "of public meetings of
Lleut.-Col. Miles In Honolulu: Satur
day night, Nov. 14, wclcomo meeting
lu Salvation At my hall; Sunday morn
ing. II a. m., Salvation Army hall;
12: 13 p. m Oalni prison; Sunday
night. Central Union church; Tues
clay. Junior Demonstration and farewell.
Will Coach Nine to Play All-Ameri-,
cans on Their Return from the
Pat Donahue will drop around be
tween now and the timo the Iteach
All-Americans return, to coach a
Honolulu team In preparation for ,1
tussle with Mike Fisher's stellar ag
gregation. Tho announcement means
that there will bo some Interesting
baseball played before very many
Donahue is not the only past mas
ter of tho game who will visit this
city, however, Hull Perrino Is known
to hnve his eyes 'directed tills way,
and thoso who nro in a position to
know piophesy that ho will probably
drop in within a short time also.
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WAIALUANS ARE GAME
If secretaries or accredited repre
sentatives of athletio clubs and kin
dred organizations will make it a
point to send a list of their proposed
events to the Spprtinp; Editor of tho
Bulletin, it will simplify mat
ters greatly and will insure all le
gitimate sports news being made pub
lic. Where a representative of tho
Bulletin has not been seen at a
game or other sports event, some rep
tesentative of the organization or
club conducting the event should
communicate with the Bulletin,
that there mav be a full account and
score published, Address communi
cations to The Sporting Editor,
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
By Hour or Trip.
G. C. Beokley, Jr.
Tho Hawaiian hand will play to
night nt 7:30 at tho Moana Hotel. Fol
lowing Is tho program:
March: "ftltunetto"., Vahefdo
Oveitme: "Poet and Peasant".. Sunjio
Intermezzo: "Onrln" Ureton
Selection: "Italian Melodies" .....
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.ar. by Heiger
Selection: "Emperors Review'...
Wultz: "Tho Source" Wnldtoufel
Finale: "Red nnd Black" Cooto
"Tho Btnr-Spangled Banner"
JACK AND WALTER
BOTH ARE BUSY
Jack and Walter Doyle can do moro
to re-nwaken Interest In baseball here
than any other ton men In tho Tcirl
tory. And this they hnve mado up
their minds to do. With Pat Dona
hue down heie as the backbone of un
aggregation which he will select nnd
coach, Mlqucl FIsher'B assorted con
glomeration of world-champions will
not liuvo the lead-pipe that they an
ticipate when they return this way.
Major G. II. Slsson, mining broker.
Is nnested for having placed second
chattel mortgngo on property.
Chnrlos G. Lathi op of Stanford re
cedes half million under founder's
J. S. tawton, well known business
man of Napa, mysteriously disappears.
Express Thiir Willingness to Ad
minister Whitewash Coat to
Morning Paper Players
The Wulaluuns lire preparing a
fine coating of snowy hue for tliu
"riser bunch in that coming game.
Tho challenge of the sunrise journal
ists for another game with tho Walu
lua bunch has been accepted and Boon
another " 'steen to nix" score will bo
chalked up with the 'Tlserltes on the
wrong end piobably,
Tho data for the game has not been
bet, to tho 'Tlscrs ure in tlie position
of the condemned man who knows
that something la coming pretty Boon
but can't just dope out tlie hour ot
tt M X
NATIONAL CLUB CLOSES DOORS
NKW YORK, N. Y Nov. 1. Tho
National Club hasclosod its doors.
Theie will bo no Langford-O'Hrlon
fight and tho club will not resume
Its entertainments until.lt Is posltivo
that it can do bo under tho law. The
dliectois met today and this was de
cided upon, The small uttendanco
of latt Friday night evidently
brought about the meeting of tho
club owners, who considered tho
uselessness ot trying to gather their
select members together when they
could not count on the fight taking
place If they did nttend.
It wns a h.ino thing to do just now,
as the gnmo could hardly stand a
battle of big fellows when bo many
ofllceis of tho Inw with tholr thou
sand eyes ure taking such n sweeping
HOLIDAY SHOPPING MADE EASY at
JEWELRY STORE. His store will be open Saturday
evenings up to Deo, 12th and then every evening to Dec, 24.
COME EARLY. Select your goods and have them put
away for you. Mail orders promptly attended to.
M. R. Counter,
P. 0, BOX 827.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
On Monday, the 16th,
WE WILL PLACE ON
A LIMITED NUMBER OF OUR
French and Irish
Pure Linen, embroidered, reduced from
$15 to $10
Heavy Linen, embroidered, reduced from
$18 to $13.50
French Lawn, handsomely embroidered,
reduced from $35 to $20
3 Lace Robes, 2 Cream, and I Black, re
duced from $40 to $lff
New Season Flannelettes,
1 5c to 20c yard
We are expecting a
large shipment of
strong youm mules
by the "Texan" on
Don't waste time in seeing them if you
want some fine mules for plantation work.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.,
MERCHANT STREET, BETWEEN FORT AND ALAKEA.
New Woolen Sweaters
ALL FAST COLORS JUST ARRIVED.
Children's Romper Suits
Yee Chan & Co.,
KINO AND BETHEL.
A Complete Stock
of all the
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE.
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