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EVEN1NO BULLETIN, HONOLtJLTJ, T. H SATURDAY, OCT. 2, 1009.
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PURE PARIS GREEN in packages from Vi lb. to
The beetles will nit touch four roses if sprayed with
the above. We will firnish you with the formula and
jou can raise all the b'a'itiful roses you wish.
We also sell the HAND AND BUCKET SPRAYERS
usd for this work an J all sorts of Tools and Implements
needed in the garden.
Try a little Poison on the "rose bugs:" it beats
killing them by the ol 1 method of two Jittls wooden
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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.
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We have a fresh supply.
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now packed in improved
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BY V. L. STEVEK80K,
SUNDAY BALL AT'
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TIIE N. 0. H. BASEBALL MINE. .
Chnmnious of the Military League, and Challengers of the Picked Fleet
Team The Guards Will Play the Best Fleet Nine Tomorrow at the
Tomorrow at the I.eaguo ground Hint tlio sailors nro going up against
tho X. O. H. nine, which won the tho real thing In the catching line.
., ,,. . ,, , I The Guards will be very strong lo-
mllltnry championship of the Ulands I mnM()Wi u wn uko n rcuy
early In the Benson, will play n e(M)l, tcam l(J ,jefeat them. Tor the
plrkul team from the fleet. I feet nine, nice will ho tho twlrler,
The game will be the most Intel- utit eercme who has seen till'
cstlng lino that has been pi ml fur'joiing pitcher at work knows the
u long time In Hawaii, and It Is haul luatul of hall he ran hand out
tu sny how it Is going to end. When Minium of tho West
a nine lumpiHeil of the best plueis, catch for the combined
of the licet gets together there Island Rice will muKe n very
sure to bo soiftethtng doing In the
expert ball lino of work.
There ure so ninny good plajers on
tho different shlpa that It would not
lm nrv tllfflfMllt In lfft tun crnnd
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nines together, anil when It comes to thinks of their strvlgth the more It
"Snakes" Sclmeffcr will hold
down first, and1 he U a champion In
that position. The sailors have some
real good men,, nnd the moio one
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be Joy with three aggregations of
musicians hard ut work between
Hampton and Castle will figure
on the Diamond Head nine, and they
will strengthen the tcam a lot. The
snllors will be up'agatnst about the
strongest nine In Hawaii at pres
ent, and If .they defeat the lands
men, they will be deserting of a lot
of ci edit. '
Sergeant Harry will bo present,
nnd It will be a treat to watch tho
genial one prance around and stir
his bojs up to further efforts If
they are getting behind at all. The
first game will Btart at 1:30 nnd the
second at 3:30.
Gee" And Roth Beat
Fleet Tennis Men
Yesterday afternoon the Honolu
lu chnmplon tennis pair defeated tho
fleet stars three sets straight, 6-3.
6-0, 7-C. The last set was tho most
exciting one, and It "was only alter
a hard strugglo that the local men
defeated the sailors.
Nicholson and Henderson did not
piny up to their best form, as showu
In the double tournament that they
have just won out In, nnd It appears
as If they will have another go at
dec and Hoth for -tho honors.
Ily defeating two such strong
strong pluyeis as Nicholson and
Henderson by the big margin of ID
gumes to , Geo and Hoth have pret
ty well established their right to be
ing called the Btiongcst double play
ers that have been seen here for
man) a long day.
The day was an Ideal one for ten
nis, and a large crowd of spectators
turrounded the courts. The band or
the U, S. 8. Colorado was present
nnd placd some lino airs during the
Army nnd nnvy men were present
in numbers and the greatest Interest
was shown In the match, Qee and
Koth simply rnn away with the sec
ond set and did as they pleased x
the time, dee's passing shots and
smashes were perfect, and Koth
used his chopping net stroke to great
The fleet representatlvesv seemed
to be off their play a lot and not able
It la to be
hoped that the two pairs meet once
more before the fleet leaves Hawaii
Virginia will to get going propcrl).
team, nnd he hoped that the two pa
ono team the rpsult Is thnt a 'nine seems that the Ouards will have to
can be put on tho diamond thnt will
tuako the best hhore one sit up nnd
tnke notice. j
I.oulo Snares will catch for the
llunrds, and when It is remembered
Hint he was behind tho pinto when
tho All-Hnwnll nino plaed Mlquo
rishui's All-Stnrs, It will be seen
play a Hrst-dnss game to win.
The other gnmo will be between
the Kams nnd tho West Virginians,
nnd It, too, should be a snnppy one
fiom start lo finish. The Knms are
plalng well nt prcbcnt, and will
give the fleet champions n good go
for tho honors.
At Athletic Far'c
Biseball .Today At
For Sale Everywhere
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hand Is going to do hU best to hand than half a dizcu times nil told
the Kid tho sleep drops. Thu wholo This time ho wilt hau three full
program loo'. good, nnd the Kclll- wieks fur his work
When It w.is laughingly suggested
to Johnson that ho must ho afraid
of Ketrhtl, he replied with somi
"There's no man thing thnt f nn
nfrnld of, but I wnnt to knock Kot
ihel out, mid I'll do It, too, Inside
of twclt! rounds Them hni been
a lot of talk of my I in k of aggros
khoiU'M and 1 nm going to show
them1 n few things with this follow
Kelt hoi. Time will bo no let-tip
In m worl, for this match."
Johnson boxed six rounds jester
day, Hpnnlng with I).ie Mills, ojr
MncDonnld tight will ho worth the
price of admission ulotie.
Johnson To Get
Ketchell In 12
"The Very Best in Everything" is the secret of our sue
This, together with the "know how" in the manu-
factoring of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. We deliver to all parts of the city.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
When Nigel Jncltson and Tsuka
moto Btop on to tho track at tho
Atlhletlc 1'iirk tomorrow nfternuon
there should not bo a vntnnt'sent In
tho grandstand 01 bleachers.
Tho whole of the Japanese popu
lation of Honolulu will cndeaor to
squeeze In sumo how to the grounds
and loot for tho Hon of Nippon who
will do battle with the hnole oer
tho full .Marathon distance. Ami
Jackson will not be wanting In the
way of backers, as nil tho sailors ot
tho different warships are ery en
thusiastic ener tho New Zcnlunder's
chain cs of annexing 'the first placo,
J&ckson himself reckons that, he
cannot lose, and as the Japanese
runner feels the same way about It,
a most eyltlng race should eventu
ate, if Jackson is In ns good con'
ditlon ns when ho won tho Mara
thon at the hengue grounds ho muBt
have n good chanco ot winning to
moriow. Hut It Is doubtful If the
double Marathon winner Is as good
ns ho was some months back.
Tsuknmoto Is running Ip flno
stylo mid files along tho tiack In the
mofl (attractive manner. His action
Is woll nigh perfect nnd the length
of his stildo Is remarkable.
It has been Bald that tho men 'will
cut out the distance In less than
threo hours, but there Is not much
chance of that. It Is more probable
thnt neither man will make tho pace
for tho other, anil the consequence
will bo that the timo will be slower
than that put up at the I.eugue
All the urrnngements nro com
plete for the great match raco, nnd
it now only needs fine wenther to
mako tho event n success. A
ily depositing with Stakeholder
John T. Clark the money thnt ho ba
guaranteed for tho Low Powell
Johnny Kruyno lightweight contest,
SI500, of which S2G00 goes to
I'ruMie, Chnrllo I.crcarl Is assured ot
his match foi 0( toiler 5th,
lleuiuso both Powell and 1'rayno
hnvo beon accustomed to training at
Millet's theio was soma thing of it
mlx-up when both lightweights put
In mi nppunrntuf, Joo Millet had
promised rrnynp tho uso of tho
tump, with tho exception that at
liny tlmo Untiling Nolson has t'lP
light of wnj, and Powell will h.u.vv
to look foi other qunrtuia. ,,,,
This afternoon at the League
grounds two great games of baseball
will bo played, and the nines who
are to do battla nro the Diamond
Heads und U. S. S. Washington, and
the First Hospital Company of tho
N. a. II. s. tho U. 8. S. West Vir
ginia. Hoth gumes should bo closo and
cxill.ng enough for nnjbod), nnd
when tho Ouards go up against' the
W, V.s n fine match should eventu
ate, ns the Virginia nlue Is the
chnmplon of the fleet und th'j First
Hospital Company is a very strong;
The Diamond Heads will be up
ngalnst the real thing In the Wash
ington, ns the- latter team has
shown some flno form against other
fleet nines, and on several occasions
has put It ocr tho West Virginians.
As there Is no other attraction
for this afternoon, ho doubt a big
crowd will go out to the League
grounds, and ns the sailors will have
no less thun two bands at the game,
there should be gicat siiort. En
deavors are being made to have
Captain llergor take tho Hawaiian
band out also, and then there would
Old-style straight Ken
lucky Ilourbon. Conti
nental waa the favorite
of the Southern gentry
of "befoah the war" pe
riod. 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey',"
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
, Sole Agenta.
H. C. C. vs. Bedford
At Makiki Grounds
Out at the Maklkt cricket (rounds
this afternoon there will be a match
between the Honolulu eleven and a
team from the Urltlah warship Iled
ford. The game shouid be a very
Interesting one, and. Judging from
tho reported strength ot the sailors,
tho local eleven will have a tough
contract before them.
It. A. Jordan, the O. O. M. of
cricket In these Islands, made all the
arrangements' for tho match, and at
i o'clock today tho Btruggle will
start. The Honolulu club will be
represented by a strong eleven, and
fcoiuu of the best playeri of the Ter
ritory will go-up against tho sail
Tho Bedford will be represented
by the following eleven: Captain
Fltzherbert, Commander Trewby,
Captain Mayhew, Lieutenants King,
Lucas, Douglas, Sub. Lieut, Pelly,
Paymaster Wilson, Petty Officers
Field, Knight and Doe.
The Honolulu team will be Drown,
Anderson, McOIII, Maclean, Ueard
more, 'Hatfield, Cockburn, Ualrd,
0 ray, Morse and Jordan.
Great Boxing At
Aloha 'Park Tonight
This evening at the Aloha Park
there wilt be as good n boxing match
sa tin tiaon aaan In tlnnntlt lit fnr
many a day. Other contests which I
did not promise halt as well, and
which, when It came to a show
down, did not turn out so good, have
been boomed -a lot more than the go
tonight between Rellly and McDon
MacDonald Ib a husky oung fol
low with a great wallop In either
hand, and he will extend Rellly
more titan any other man has dono
In Honolulu for Boruo time.
It was this MacDonald who put
Sarconl to Blumberland last Tuesday
night, and the business-like way In
which he tackled the Job made a
very favorable Impression on the
fans who wore present,
llesldes the Rellly-MacDonald
bout there will be several other good
scraps, and that between Hugglns
of the Washington and Olawaon of
the same ship should be a snorter.
Then Coll, the Camp Very boy, will
hae a go at lloland of the West Vir
ginia over a ten-round course, and
the result will probably be In doubt
up till the last minute.
Ah Sam and Sarconl will also
hitch up In an eight-round go, and
the lighting Chinaman will be nn
eje-opener to the sailors who attend
One other contest will be between
"Spike" Hnley of the Maryland nnd
Kid Terry of the Iroquois, Terry Is
determined to lay the "Splko" out
pioperly, and the sailor on tho other
As otlilcnco that ho will be In tho
best kind of shape when fights Stan
ley Ketchel, Jack Johnson did his
first boxing )esturday afternoon' ut
the Seal Rock House nnd announced
thnt he would work with his sparr
ing partners overy nfternoon nt 2:30 of his regular sparring p.irtnur."nnii
o'clock, says the Examiner or Sept. with a lorul hcn)-welght who wat
20. (Th!s Is In direct contract to the i in Ions to dbn the Rloes. Although
eiisy fashion In which Johnsuu pre- It had not been previously unnounc
pared for tils bout with Al Kr'tf- ' hat Johnoii wpuhl box, the now
man, when the heavy-weight chain- spicad rapidly, and ho hud n(houscfu)
plon dld'ut hue on the gloves more lo wn'tih hllu nt woik.
Your Own Price In
Beginning THURSDAY, iept. 30th, and con
tinuing for ONE WEEK ONLY.
Here are a few prices at the reduced figures
Lot 8889 Formerly $ 9.00 Reduced to $ 0.75 a suit
Lot 8624 Formerly 10.00 Reduced to 7.50 a suit
Lot 1531 Formerly 12.00 Reduced to 9.00 a suit
Lot 1045 Formerly 13.50 Reduced to 10.15 a suit
Lot 8735 Formerly 14.00 Reduced to 10.50 a suit
Lot 1057 Formerly 15.00 Reduced to 11.25 a suit
Lot 1094 Formerly 10.00 Reduced 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 suit
Lot 8837 Formerly 20 00 Reduced to 15.00 a suit
Lot 20350 Formerly 22.00 Reduced to 16.50 a suit
We also have a fine line of straw hats at the following
prices: 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, and a su
perior line of felt hats at $1.25, $1.20, $1.75, $2.00, $2 50 and
Remember, One Week Only
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