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EVKKINO nULLETlN, HONOLULU, T. I! , I'tUDAY, OGTOHnR 1, 1906.
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Yes, E. 0 HAM. & SON have it for sale.
Arsenate of lend in 1 pound class jars.
PURE PARIS UREEN in packages from 4 lb. to
10 lis. .
The beetles will mt touch jour roses if sprayed with
the above. Vc will f rnish you. with the formula and
jo.i can raise all the b aatiful roscs-cyou wish.
We also sell the HAND AND BUCKET SPRAYERS
used for this work and all sorts of Tools andvlmplements
needed in the garden. .'?
Try a little Totson on the "rose bufrs:" it beats
killing them by the old method of two little wooden
E. O. HALL fc Son, Ltd.
L,rn- i Tni
In all styles of UNDERWEAR
for the Navy Boys
Crepe Athletic Underwear at $1
Full line of Gent's Furnishing'
Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc. '
King and Bethel SU.
The drink that prolongs life. Approved; by physicians
when prepared from
Vc hae a fresh sunnly,
BENSON, 5M1TH & CO.. LTD.,
Hotel end Fort.
Heinz Apple Butter
now packed in improved
stone crocks, guaranteed to
be seal tight. -
Get the new crocks "'fro in your grocer
"The Very Best in Everythint:" is the secret of our suc
cess. This, together with the "know how" in the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. Wc deliver to all parts of the city,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
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Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Great Boxing Show
At Atoha Park
Interest In tho boxing tournaments
fit tlio Aloha 1'nrk In growing upaco
nnd, Judging from tho numerous en
quiries that have been made regard
ing tho men, who are to engage In the
bouts tomorrow owning, there should
ha a huga crowd at tho park when tho
first pair of boxers 8to Into tho ring.
tvciybody wuntH to see Charlie
ltcllly go U)i against Trlnklc, but the
latter cannot make loss weight than
143 pnuniU, and It Is hnrdly fair to
ixpcct Itelll) to give away ten or
In tho event of tho Itelll) -Trlnklo
scrap not coming off, It Is thought that
Jack Iloland or the Went Virginia v. Ill
havo a go fit tho local man. Tho sail
or Is roportcit to bo clover with tho
mitts and Is sulil to bo confident th.it
Hellty cannot out him out In tin
The best bout on Saturday night
will bo that bctwcui McCool of the
Maryland and Doylo of tho Colorado.
These two men are first class boxers,
and u bittlo between them would cer
tainly bo n llett championship affair.
McCool and I)oylo wero matched to
box'" In a mouth's time, ocr on the
Asiatic station, but I"rcdBmltli has
been hnrd at work trjlnff to bring on
tho match here, nnd It teems that he
bus succeeded. Tho men will weigh
Jtirt about tho same, Ie: 151 pounds,
The winner of tho contest inny"" bo
innfclud with llattlltn! Itobinson, tho
colored vvondir, and then another fine
exhibition of boxing would boglun.
Another match, will bo between Mac
Donald, who on ted Sarconl, and Coli
of' tho Marines. The opening bout wtll
bo an eight round ono In which Ah
Sam nnd Sarconl will connect up. The
Chinese boxer Is always willing (d
hao a m nt am one and In Sarconl
ho will find a man worthy of his glove.
Tho whole show promises to bo a
good ono nnd (hero Is no doubt that a
hfgvcrowd will attend at tho Aloha
Pair vs Fleet
This afternoon on the llcrctanla
courts the fleet champion tennis
pla)crs, Nicholson and Henderson,
will ptay Oee and Moth of Honolulu
'a match. The match will start at
3:4fi o'clock, and by that time a
largo crowd of tennis enthusiasts Is
expected to be present.
Oee, who holds tho single as well
as tho double championship ot tho
Hawaiian Islands, Is In lino form at
present, and can be relied upon to
play a fine game. Will Hoth, Ms
partner; was champion of Hawaii
fdr many years nnd only retired last
year 6n his laurels. J,
The'JlColorado band will bo'out-tal
tho courts, and the music will, tto
doubtbo much appreciated by the
snocfttlors at the match. Yesterday
NJcKolaOnjind h'ls partner, Hender-'
sort, .'Vpnl.'tho double championship
oX ljprElicet, andthen had to meet
each; other In the; finals of tho s(ngld
championship. " I
Tho-ntatrh was a good one, and It
took tho whole five sets to decide tho
event.;1 Tho first twe sets went to
Nicholson, 7-6, 0-2. Then Hender
son played up to Horn and captured
tbe next two sets, G-4 6-1. Tho
final nnd deciding set was won by
NlUiolKon, who took it C-J. Nlchol
Ronj"got 24 ga'nics to his opponent's
21 inllo sets' ntulisdch a close fln-
, IshjshpWB whn't,qft of tennis .the.
offldcra put up.
I Tlierc was a 'largo crowd present,
and I the excitement ran high nt
tlmAir- both meii'showcd brilliant
forrownpd.all the good strokes worn
upplloded lo the, echo. Oee and
'Itothlfa 111 ho itf .against two strong
men hls"nfternooh nnd the match
will &b well worth, going to eco.
Aftoi tho ganior for the Hongkong
cup was played yesterday, tho officers
of the West Virginia went up against
tho Pennsylvania staff and defeated
thorn by -i .scoro of 11 to 2,
OnIyBeycnWnnifgji weio played as
the. hotiV was getting very late and ev
er) body was becoming hungry. Tin-
tun scored Jhe two runs for tho Fcnns
and his effort: was tho result ot some
good base stealing.
In tho second ipntng the W. Vs.
made flvo runs and tho gatno looked
llko their with tho whitewash act
thrown In, Hut tho I'cnns managed
to niuko ono In tho third and ono, In
tho sixth and saved the duck egg sign.
Iho official score was as follows:
12 3 4 6 8 7
Huns 0 G 0 2 1 0 311
II, II 2(10120 213
1 2 3 4 5 7
Ituns 0 0 1,0 0 1 0 2
II. II 0 0 10 1103
Thrichasa hits, Train; twolnso
hits, Illlllngsly; hit by pitcher, Woods,
Olson, lllasdel; struck out, by Woods
7, lllasdel, 1; hai.es on called balls, off
Woods 1 off lllasdel (i; wild pitch,
lllasdel 1; pissed .bulls, Wllhclm 1,
Wnddliigton 2; balks. lllasdel 3; hits
off lllasdel 13, off Woods 3; ehargo
defeat to lllasdel. Umpire, Mr. Dona
hue; scorer, IMo. Time of gimo, 2
hourx, moro or less.
n a r
Tomorrow ntUincou at lliq leagha
grounds Ilia Diamond Heads will play
thu Washington nine, and ,i groat
RiiniQ should ov until He. Tho second
giltuo will bo between tho West Vir
ginia and N. O. II Icaui, That.Uoo,
should pioo to bo a first diss gniiio,
and ns prucllcall) tho samo team of
Oiinrils will on Himda) play n picked
team from the fleet It will bo Inter
esting to sto how Hiiro's ho)s stuck
up ng.ilUKt tho championship nine ot
Williams and Sojrcs will bo the bat
tel for Iho Guards and they should
do O, K ; both mini aro he-uly player
and hum had u lot of oxpcilenro In
big g lines. Tor the Diamond Heads
In thfli gamo ngilust tho Wujhltig
tons. Hob l.cslln will do the twirling
nnd Wluneo will catch,
Schuoffei nnd Momoo will bo tho
attack for the Virginians and no doubt
"Snakes'' will show some of his best
curves to the Ouirds, Klco and Har
ris will bu on deck for tho Washing
tons, and these two players aro do
able of ptittlug up a fine brand of ball.
Tomorrow should bo a gala da at tho
old grounds Mind u big ciowd of fans Is
expected toVoll up
la n n
Kid TpiiviIh anxious to b:ie u
gji nt .Mni Dcjlald, thu hiisl,) gu) who
passed S.iKoui Ills list 1iiesdu
night Ter wna blllid to box M ic
Donald, hut would not don tho
glows muting Insinuations of his
hnlng 'i (ild feel" Tun has be
en nun' iias i iiiiiieugeo
Country 'Club Golf
,M- no,n Cup Play
On flundaj next tho Coiiutiy Club
will bo en fcto and tho much talked of
Mano.i rail) w'lir. be, plajml for. Tho
quallf)lnf',rmii(l f Iho play will bo
tlilrty-slx hulfl". nil-the plnjlng start
ing rionifs'crntcli ' A
The championship match will iho
plajed on Sunday October 10, whin
tho flnals'-of thu Mnuoi rup will bo
fought out. Tlie first rlxlcen placrs
on thollst .will outer for tho event nnd
tho play should be good all round.
There (Wl also ba n eonsohtlon
handicap plajed off on October 10 and
a handsome prize will bo provided for
The Country Club Is becoming moro
popular evory d is an I n largn num
ber of now memb"rs havn Joined tho
fold latelv Tho links am In tho best
of condition nnd ever thing Is looking
well at thu inipiilrfr resort.
Guards Wil Play
Fleet Team Sunday
Thcro will bo Jot out at the League
grounds on Sundayywhcn Seigoant
Harrj's N. O. H ,'nlno will go up
ngalmt a picked tatti fiom tho fleet.
Such a gamo Is siiro to attiact n big
crowd, and should tho Cluaidb defeat
Iho picked sailor team a great jell nl
delight will go up from tho landsmen
Tho fleet nlno will bo a very strong
one as thero la no doubt that the dlffei-
!tnt shlpH havn somo fliu ,iir,ers on
board "fhe only trouble nlll bo that
the sailors will not havo u ohanco of
I getting mod to ona another's gamo bo-
.fore tho big match Is p!acd.
Howerr, tho fluards uro going uu
against Iho hardtst baseball proposi
tion they havo humped for a long
tlmo nnd tho, resijlllng match should
bo an exciting one from the fust ball
XX u u
I short' bpobts,
Marathon Hare il'romotcr Kubcy
has paid ocr thej prize money In
connection with tho ten miles rnco,
Tsukamoto gets 170, Koo $80 qnd
the gnme little Charlie f2!. This is
satisfactory to evoryono, and tho
men hao t'cen rewarded for tholr
hnid wol on the memorablo day on
which n man who nover finished was
aw aided flist placo by judges who
wcie uftcfwnids declared to be un
olllelaj. The H. 8 S Tcnnosseo nine de
feated the Hllo b isebnll team b u
score of a to i lust Thursday at Hllo.
Thcro was much excitement In the
lain) cits over the event, and a big
crowd of speetatois attended tho
Theio tiro baseball games everv
ii 1 1 t'i iiunii now-n-dajs, nnd both tho
I eigne giouiiils and the Athletic
I'.ill. diamonds nie bus) nil the time.
Thu West Vliglula C. I' O s de
fealed the .Mill laud dittos In a
mire of 21 lo 10 on Wednesday,
ioiiiii uuuiiieil uiid'
.Mai to a iuilest nt
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
West Virginia Wins
When tho West Virginia nine jester
day defeated the Colorado bunch tho
fate of the Hongkong cup was decided
and It wont to tho Wests by a scoro
of 18 to 1.
Tho W. Vs. havo a long string of
victories to their credit and havo now
tho Navy Cup, tho Alaska-Yukon. Pa
cific cup and'tho Marc Island pennant
In safe custody.
Tho W. Vs. mado four runs In their
first inning, one In the second, two In
tho third, two In the fifth, two In tho
seventh nnd finally seven In tho last.
Tho Colorados managed to scoro one
run in the sixth through a wild throw.
There was a fair sized crowd fires-1
cue una me tuumuk u "iu suiiuin wu
a treat to hear. "SnakcB" Schacffcr
'held down first instead of pitching and
'ho showed that ho Is as good at that
j position as any man in the fleet;
Reed and Monroo formed ho battery
for tho Virginians and did good work;
Ilako and Ay cocks did llko duty for
Tho olllclal scoro was as follows!
1 2 3 4 G G 7 8 n
Itu'lis 4 12 0 2 0 2 0 7 111
D.'H 2 2 2 0 4 12 0 C 19
j. , , 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9
Ritas i..u.i..O 0 0 0 0 10 0 01
B. If. t.......0 0 0 110 0 0 13
Three baao hits, Monroe; two huso
hits, need' 2, Sohacffcr 2, Maler; sac
rlfleo Jills-;", Full Jr 2, Lcggo 2, I'hclps.
Flcckcn am) Gilliam; douhlo plays.
Schaoffor to McOlnn; hit by pitcher,
Monroo and Alfoyr); struck out, Knlfo
1,'llako 1. Roif'4rwlM pitch. Reed;
innings pltchorrTKnlf 2. Hnko 7, Reed
9; hlt off.Knikq (2 lurtlng.) I, Hnko
(7 Innings) 10, Refd 3. 'Umpires, Hnr
lls, Fowler. -V
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Well Known Auto
i: V. Ilrlnegar, president of tho
IMnneer Atitomobllo Company, re
turned lo San Francisco from tho
Kast, haying been absent fiom tills
city, says- tho Chronicle, thrco
months. The most of this time wns
spont in vlsllfng the factories In
which he Is Interested, particularly
tho Chalmers-Detroit and Thomas
plants, nnd on business connected
with the new Falrview Motor Com
pany, recently oignnlzcd by K. It.
Thomas, Hugh Chalmers, II. D. Cha
pn, Hrlncgar and otheis. Tho Fair
view Motor Company Is organized
for the purpose of building motors
nnd trucks' The parties Interested
have purchased 'a site udJolnlng.-4Uo
Chalmers-Detroit factory, and .the
erection of the plant wlllf ho com
mcticqd "at once.
In speaking ot tho automobile slt
untiou, Hrlncgar says the demand
this year Is so gieat all over the
country, for nil classes of cars, thnt
It was deemed necessary' to organize
this subsidiary pistil to assist In get
ting motors for the different parties
interested, and also for the building
of trucks. He further Btntes that
he believes the time has arrived for
tho active building ot one, two,
threo and flvo ton trucks. While n
gieat deal of experimenting bus been
done tho past three or four years,
up to tho present tlmo but few havo
undertaken tho hulfding of trucks on
u large scale. It Is no longer uu
experiment. Oood trucks hnvo been
developed, nnd the tlmo Is not far
distant when they can bo had at very
reasonable prices. It 'was business
in connection with the now plant,
and a survoy of tho Kuropcan mar
ket for tho salo of ChalmcrH-Ucrolt
cars that took Hrlncgar to London
and Paris for a short stay.
Regarding tho European situation,
tho Ban Francisco ilealer seemed to
think "that within a vory short tlmo
tho American car will Invade tho for
eign market, (.'specially is thus truo
of the cheaper cars, and he looks for
a laigo export u'erslncss in tho near
future. "I was also jnuch surprlsi
ed," said he, "to find sueli a largo
number of American cars there, In
tho .hands of American tourists, es
pecially tho large Thomas cars. I
saw a number of theso In London
and Purls, also In touring thiough
Rcferilng to tho taxltah situation
in foreign cities, Ilrlnegar stated thnt
hn was much impressed with the
great number In uso and the low ta
il IT. Ho found that both In England
and France tho tnxlcab business was
n large one, but he believes that the
Amoilcan manufacturers aie, in sev
eral lustumes, building as good a car
as those in uso on tho other side.
His sympathies seemed to bo with
tho chauffeurs employed In public
sorvlio vehicles In London and Pa
ils. Examinations there aro very
rigid, and tho chauffeur is required
to pass two, Tho first ono Is for his
genoial knowledge ot tho city, and Is
given by tho Police Department. Tho
chauffeur Is asked to namo tho most
direct route between two different
j points In London. If ho cannot givo
thu slimiest route, within a block oi
two, he Is not allowed a license, but
is given an opportunity to still fui
thei study the map of the eity, Ar
iel this examination Is sin cessfulb
passed lie Is taken In hand by an ex-
jpeit nnd evnmliied us to his Know I-
edge of tho openitioii of the cui. Thu
loguhitlonit mo very strict, uud the
clinurreui not living up to them is
I liable to lote ills license at any time
. 'I In he etuiuii ineiRiius mo nius
Uuy on iiihiiiiiI of tho (invvileil inii-
'dlllou of the lit,
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Sec Window Display for Bargains
Another event in tho series of en
tertainments thnt the Seamen h limli
lure, has been arranging for tuo sail
ors of the Pacific Fiectimder tin II
rectlon of F W. Bvefton will ipl.
placo tomorrow night.
An unusually lino program has bieu
arranged by Mrs. Oerrlt Wilder for
tho occasion, tho concert commencing
about 8 o'clock and tho social hy nine
thlrtv. Tho music will bo furnished
by the hind of the flagship Tennessie.
The concert I ist night wns as gre it
a success as tomorrow's will he, Iler-
gT uluylng his farewell concert befoio
his band comtmnce their month's va
cation. Miulimo Alapat rendered Ha
waiian, songs, and tho program was
usual appreciation of hls4rfuillelice. f-
or tno concert, ino- oanu wa given
three (biers and "Aloh i "
Hundreds of liitklc hi ml and ip
pl.uidcd tilt music and the iiiliitim
iiieut uud the gii'tuuls uud the lush
tute aie lapblly lit mining Iho In id
iii liters of Ino sallois ashore '
CASTOR I A
For Inants and Children.
, rhe Kind You Hava Always Bought
"Ext use me sh " said tin ail mil
(.emu iittiudaut, "but no dogs no
"Well, I haven t imv dog," ii join
ed the man who had just uituid
"Hut tills dog follow d you In
piotested the nttindalit
" "So did you," lejolmd the oilii i
"hut that Is no proof of ovvuciHlnp
Your Own Price In
Beginning THURSDAY, Sept. 30th, and con
tinuing for ONE WEEK ONLY.
Here are a few prices at the reduced figures
lot 8689 Formerly 0.00 Reduced to $ 0 75 al "'
lot 8624 Formerly 10.00 Reduced to 7.50 a suit
lot 1531 Formerly 12.00 Reduced to 0 00 a suit
Lot 1045 Formerly 13.50 Reduced to 10.15 n cult
lot 8735 Formerly 14 00 Reduced to 10 50 a suit
Lot 1057 Formerly 15.00 Reduced to 11 25 a suit
lot 1004 Formerly 16.00 ncduced to 12 00 a suit
Lot 21880 Formerly 17.00 Reduced to 12 75 a suit
Lot 21900 Formerly 19.00 Reduced to 14 25 a luit
Lot 8837 Formerly 20.00 .'. . . Reduced to 15 00 a suit
Lot 20350 Formerly 22 00 Reduced to 10 50 a suit
We also have a fine line of x straw hats nt the following
prices: 75c, $1.00, $1,25, $1.00. $1.75, $2 00, $2.50, and n su
perior line of felt hats nt $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2 00, $2 50 and
Remember, One Week Only
L B. Kerr & Co.