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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 08, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVKNINO 11UL.LBTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAtlCI! 8, 1909.-
INSECT PESTS AND
Domest c Science
Tin; lectures at Iho collesn continue
Willi much Interest wtilrh wan mani
fested lint only hy tlii! nttcndciire tint
by tlio n (r note books. That popp
will taku miles In pleasing l( I lie mm
Kcmcnt. Hereafter, If pooplo id like,
notes can lie taken easily for caeh
chair has an arm-desk lu wiltp upon.
Tho flmt speaker, Mr. Jncub Kotlu
sky gavo n khiI addi-cps mi Hulomo
IorIcuI lnxpection: "Object, Methods
nnd results." Ills first remarks told
of tho ravage of Insect lift- In tho
United Stntea and of the prolnhle loss
tu the iicoplc of llwali Thin hwa
wns crtlmnlod nt cine-h.itf million itul
lam. An for tho reason why Insect
Injury Is grenter now In anil aboil the
Islands, than lormorly. he mado very
plain by calling attention to the Intro
duction of pect by Imiiortcm of goods.
MoBt of tlio present day pent worn of
foreign orlRln and have been brought
In by people from the. conntiles ad
joining thu Pacific, Fruits, vegetable,
raro end useful' plants brought In
cither by freight or mall must hi In
t'pected for both liiKect and fungus ills
crntes. Some of tho harmful Infects
which w have to contend with aro
.lnpnnese beetle, Horn lly. ennu leaf
luipper, mango weevil and tho fcnle
It was Ktatcd that the work appears
somewhat -negative In Us character
but the object of Inspection in, us was
irlefly slated to prevent the Introduc
tion of harmful Insect life. No one
wants to spend time killing tuned
pcfts, henro the entomologists aph
orism "An hour of Inspection Is worth
n ton of Paris grc n."
When Roods are found to be Infect
ed, they nre Riven n trentment of
hydrocyanic arid mis In a room on
tho dock for about Ihreo (platters of
mi hour. This Rag Is the best agent
known to destroy all forms of nnlmnl
To product' the gas patasHlum
cyanide Is dropped Into a vessel con
taining dilute sulphuric acid. 1 oz. of
IHitasslum cyanide Is used for one
hundred cubic feet of space.
Tho work of thu Inspector after four
1 cars' practice has without doubt kept
out many kinds of Insect pest, and Is
nlso educative to outsldo people who
may send goods here.
Duo to tho absence of Mr. U l.ow-ton-Drnln
Mr. P. O. Krnuss gave n
nty Interesting lecture on cotton.
Anyone Interested In tho growing of
cotton In these Islands should have
hoard Mr. Krauss speak, lie descrlb-
cil Iho characteristics of the best varl
Itles of cotton to be grown lu Hawaii,
and with thu samples from the exprel
ment station grounds showed their
comparative differences. Cultural
methods, strict attention lo seed se
lection, plant breeding and tho rota
tion of other crops will make cotton
u vnluablo and paying crop for Ha
waii. Attention to tho nbovo things
will ncreat.o tl probable area for
cotton production and glvo higher
yields and bettor quality to tho-flbcr.
Tlio market fur Hawaiian grown cot
ton Is good because of Iho superior
quality of the flock. Asldo from the
market for tho liber, a number of men
iro considering cotton growing for the
reason that tho by-produco, tho need.
Is mi valuable a food for stock. Then
and Increase In the home supply of
stock-food will help along tlio mo.it
Industry. Rood Sea Island cotton Is
quoted as high as 50 or fid cents per
IKiiind, while- Upland cotton will bring
This evening n largo attend
ance of ladles and young people
are exjiccted, since Miss Agnes Hunt
Is to lecture on Iho Preservation of
Fruits, and Prctf. II, 15. Porter will give
a lecture Illustrated with lantern
tildes upon Poultry and Profits.
DICKINSON A DEMOCRAT
Chicago, Feb, 22. Jacob M. Dlckln
ron, Democrat le and Confederate vet
eran, today received tho congratula
tions of scores of his Chicago friends,
who regard him as practically certain
to become Secretary of War In Presi
dent's W. II. Taft's Cabinet. ,
"lint I have not admitted that I am
to enter tho Cabinet," protested Judge
Dickinson when his friends called him
up. Whcn they Insisted on offering
congratulations, however, ho received
them with smiles.
"Can you say anything about )our
visit to Mr. TaftT" ho was asked by
a reporter who found hint hard at
work In the Illinois Central nlnco.
whero ho was Interrupted every few
minutes to receive congratulations by
"I can't say anything," ho' said. "I
can neither deny nor affirm the re
ports." "Are vnu a Democrat?"
"I am," 'he roplled, "and' I did not
vote for Mr. Taft laBt fall. I did not
voto nl all."
Seventy courses of Instruction, In
cluding everything from sewing to
baking bread, will be opened to stu
ilent.i of the household nils branch
lu Iho Teachers' College lu Now
A Week of Bargains
At Honolulu's Largest Store
Special inducement to shopinAlakea Street. These
Bis Specials will be on Offer on Monday, March 8th,1
arid the ENTIRE WEEKif not all sold
Be In Time
35 YARDS PRINTED CALICO 91.00
1 YARDS PLAIN CHAMBRAYS ?1.00
32-INCH SHIRTING PERCALES 12 YARDS 91.00
NEW FLORAL WASH LAWNS 12 YARDS ?1.00
WHITE-STRIPED MUSLINS , 122i YARD
$1.00 READY-MADE SHEETS '. G5
25c PILLOW SLIPS TOR 10
36-INCH SHRUNK INDIAN HEAD 10
TURKEY-RED DAMASK COVERS at 85.'05 AND $1.10
RED AND BLUE CHECK GLASS CLOTH 12 YARDS 91.00
LINEN TABLE NAPKINS . 75i DOZEN
FRILLED 0ARTER ELASTIC 10 YARD
PACKETS OF 100 HAIRPINS FOR 5
PEARL SHIRT BUTTONS '. 5 DOZEN
12 DOZEN HOOKS AND EYES FOR 15i
25cTOOTH BRUSHES FOP J. 15
LINEN THREAD, ALL COLORS. AT 5 SPOOL
MEN'S PAJAMAS, B I 0 V A L U E .
MEN'S NIGHT SHIRTS G5 75 00
i at, .
VICTORIA LAWNS A 50 PIECE
NEW FLANNELETTES . 12 YARDS $1.00
NEW-PATTERN GINGHAMS 12 YARDS f 1.00
20c QUALITY WHITE CHECK SWISS 10YARD
CO-INCH TABLE DAMASK 25 YARD
$1.00 COTTON BLANKETS FOR 65
15c INDIA LINON AT 10
$2.00 BRO. TURKISH TOWELS FOR f 1.25 DOZEN
$1.50 BRO. TURKISH TOWELS FOB . . f IjOO DOZEN
$1.75 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS FOR f 1.15 DOZEN
$2.25 WHITE TURKISH TOWEW FOR ?1.35 DOZEN
$2.75 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS FOR . . . , f 1.75 DOZEN
$3.50. WHITE TURKISH TOWELS FOR $2.50 DOZEN
$4.00 WHITE TURKISH TOWELS FOR $3.00 DOZEN
JMTSAMPLE WAISTS HALF PRICE.
JWGREAT CUT IN ALL RIBBONS.
ODD LINES GIRLS' HOSE ...?. 10 PAIR
BOYS' KNEE PANTS ,., i 25
16-BUTTON WHITE AND BLACK SIE& GLOVES ; 75
Special Next Week
1 Case Ladies' Gauze Lisle
Hose, - -
3 prs 50c.
Every Item. Exaotly as Represented. No Exaggeration when we say
You can do better at
THE KQHM MIDGET i
KOHAI.A. Ilnwall, March C lloh
crt Hind nnd Mr. Mncfnrhine uro vl
ItlnB at John lllnd'H. They cume
Irom Kona In an auto and experi
enced had roadi nnd weather.
Mr. Hazoldlne, Mr. llllscr ronro-
rcntlng the Seattle llurdwnre Co., and
another person, wore. npot In their
carriage hy tho wind at Kawalhno
uka Keh. 2t Mr. Illlgcr came out
with nn Injured hand,
Tho hunk hulldlns Is going up be
tween showers, nnd Manager Ald
rldgo watches every nail driven.
The community Is sorry that Mrs.
Aldrldgo was no soon obliged to re
turn to the Coast, on account oi uiu
Illness of her mother. May Bhe comq
Numorous requests have ucan mane
fnr ii rnnntltlon nf"Paulln,c:" A very
ilpllehtful reunion of the! "cast" waa
hold In the parlors of Mrs. John Hind
on the evening of Feb. 23. some oi
the ladles, dressed In the red coals
and chapeaux, and armed with
brooms took off the Grenadiers In a
side-shaking way. The men retali
ated l y doing up the "Flower Song"
with killing grncn of action. "Cul
lle" was Impersonated by Mr. Paetow
nnd "The Hums" by ladles.
Mr. Ounn read a capital paper on
"Harmony." Mrs. II. II. Itenton, an
interesting history of the Choral So
ciety; l)r. Cowan, n prophecy; Or.
ItuiKl, n huinoroiiH poem; (iid Mi
lloml, spicy notes, Pleasant memor
ies of "Paulino" will linger long.
Miss Kdna Horner nrrlvnd by stea
mer this week and Is tho guest of
Mrs.. Austin and tho Seminary.
Dr. Iloml. Ueorge Watt, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Manon, Miss Olga Mason, W. P.
McDougall. A. A. Wilson, Miss K.
May, and Miss Kate Wight camo on
the Manna Kca this week. Tho Mint
have been nt tho annual meeting of
Kohnla Sugar Company. Robert
llond was mado n director.
Miss Wight Is returning from a con
tlncntal tour, havlpg tarried "a fow
weeks In Honolulu, Wo welcome her
homo to Kohala.
Miss Mny comes to visit her broth
er, William May of Hawl.
J, It, Hobluson Is In Kohala audit
ing the books of the Kohala Sugar
.Co. Ills genial prcsenco is always
John Hind returns to Honolulu
Friday. Ho says ho' heard no music
In llonolulu equal to the rehearsals
The community sympathizes with
Mrs. James Kennedy of Kohala. In the
recent death of her brothor, Mr, Hit
Ick, of Oawlock, Marykirk, Scot
land) Abraham Lincoln's head Is to ap
pear o ntlio new 1-cent pieces which
will appear In a month, President
Roosevelt having approved the plan
presented by Mr. I.each, director of
Attempt Is being piade to. show
Hint Coopera nnd Bhnrpe were In con
Nplrncy to l.lll former Hounlor'H Car-mack,
hair is wealth
- indeed, espe
cially to a wo-
i man. If your
hair falls out, is
inn lliin. nr la Inn.
font? its color, usa
it will removo all dandruff,
and Tvill givo you thick, long,
glossy, and beautiful hair.
Accept no suhstituto. Bo
RUio you got Ayor's Hair
Vigor, and prcservo tho rich
ness and luxurianco of your
hair to nu advanced period
r.-mrJ k Or. I. C. h" t Ct., ltiP, Kin., ILK. A.
Whitney & Marsh
New Season Ginghams
PLAIN, FANCY) and BORDERED,
A'fino.isiortracnt of CASH'S. WASH BRAIDS to trim
theni witn; i I ' , ' -.
New Shirt Waists
Long sleevei, lome with the new colored EMBROIDERY
j and LINGERIE EFFECTS,
Things nre looking well for tho
Halelwa Marathon. Tho courso hns
been gono over nnd guiding posts
erected to 4hnt thero will bo no
chrtnee nf contestants going nntrny.
The cavalry at hellchua have volun
teered to act as road Judges, nnd this
will be n great assistance. Various
people nlong the road have promised
lo have tubs of water waiting for tlio
runnors to take a hOBty dip from It
The length of tho course has been
reduced two nnd one-half miles by
taking advantage of two short cuts.
This makes tho distance to bo run
Just about tho same ns tho Main
thon runs on tho mainland.
Quito a number of men' havo had
a trial go over the full course, hut
they nro "keeping tho results very
closely to themselves. The chnncca
a're that the winner will cut out tho
distance In less than' four hours;
A canvass for prizes will bo mado
this week, and tho success of that
undertaking should he great; Hono
lulu has never been backward In that
respect and a flno array of prizes
should soon bo on view. Anyone who
feels Inclined to help out on tho prize
proposition might call nt, or ring up,
this office, or any of th'o dally papers.
Tho special train Is nil nrrnnged
fnr nnd tickets aro now for snlo at
Wall, Nichols Co., whero A. K. Vlcrrn
Is handling them. The cxpenso ct tho
special has been guaranteed hy n lo
cal sportsman and If the car docs not
All ho will be rcsponslCilo for tho
amount. Tho tickets nro only $1.00
and should bo all sold out this wcclc.
A trip to Halelwa and back for that
amount Is very cheap under any con
ditions, hut with the added attrac
tion of the race and tho company ot
a lot of good fellows Is well worth
twice the money. Make up your mind
at once nnd buy a ticket buy It now,.
to quote a well-known advertisement.
Another name has been addeJ'to
the list of thosa having n "lg in"
on tho Tansan Cup. At Halelwa yes
terday, Archie Mahaulu won out with
a not scoro oi bj. tus nnnuicap was
five, so he did well, on the whole
Austin Whlto1 from scratch mado
tho courso In 89. Thero were threo
ties for second place, viz.: Dldgood,
,Woon, and Wilder. The links wcro
In flee condition and a vory pleasant
day was spent by all. The fcores
wero as follows:
ff !i n
DULLETIN ADS PAY
A. S. Mahaulu S....I1
Wm. Woon 13 S2
Si. C. Dldgood 12..1S
Sam 'Wilder 10 47
J. 8. Ormo 12 HO
II. Johnson 1, &.'.
H... Phillips 18 55
A. Whlto sc 45
II. Wilder 10 52
K. J. Waterman 15. 54
V, II. Armstrong 4.. 50
J, D. Mclnerny 18... 05
l Halstead 4 46
C. Kimball 18 56
A. K. W. Todd 18 60
K. 0. Whlto 5 66
Secretaries or other author
ized representatives of clubs
aro asked to sond In a list of
events, scheduled by them, that
they may be Included In tho
piogram. Address alt commu
nications to the Sporting Kdl
tor, K v o n I n c Bulletin.
Mar. 13: Sullivan vb. Peter
Mur. 14':' Halelwa Uuce.
Mar. 81: Medal.
Mar. 20: All Schools,
Mar. 20: Aala A. C.
House committees propose appro
priations for harbor surveys on Pn
rlflo const nnd Mle for San Pedro fortifications.
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