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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, OCTOnEft 4, 1909
Yes, E. 0. HALL & SON have it fcr sale,
Arsenate of lead in 1 pound glass jars.
PURE PARIS QREEN in packages from V lb, to
The beetles will mt toueh voar roses if sprayed with
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you cpii raise 'all the hn iti.'ul roses you wish.
We also sell the WND A1JD EUCKET SPRAYERS
used for tins work end .til suns of Tools and Implements
needed in the (-ardcu.
Try a little Poison on llie "rose buRi;" it beats
kill'iu; thou by the old method of two little wooden
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Full line of Gent's Furnishing
Goods, Boots and Shoes, etc.
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JOHN SCIILEIFF, Manager.
Jackson liiis oncu nioru been re Ing race up (III dm twenty-second mile
turned n winner nf n Marathon raco ncn itio omcin.s. ai or n coiisimaii.m,
tnrl.l,1 In nwni-il tlia A rut iilnrn In
ami this. IiIh II.I..I victory, was the JnckM,ni wl1(mt agknK hlm to covcr
easiest of tho lot. Tsukamoto. tlio t10 full Marathon distance,
muck-spoken of Illlo champion, whnj Tlio llllo man, nftor having Ills feet
challenged .larkson to nice, quit at nttended to, wan prevailed iimn to try
tliu nrteentli mile ami claimed tliat a lap In tils hare feet. He was. at that
his feet were Injured. j time, a couple of rnllc lichlnd Jackson
Tlie Japanese's feet certainly were and had no possible hopo of overtaking
In a had way; ho rati In Japanese sail- the champion. However, urged on by
dais nnd tlio straps over his toes aim- his countrymen Tsukamoto 'sprinted
ply ato their wny Into his fleshT and for a hip and then retired for good
mailo a horrihlo looking sight of them, from the ram. ,
When the Judge saw Tsukiitmito'sl The attendance was Immense and
feet they at onco thoiiKht that the man fully flvo thousand people palil for ail-
could not continue. One rial! on Iho mlttancv. JncksonVshare of tho gate
rich big tog was torn nvvny, and the receipts Is sold to amount to over $r,no
rest of the foot badly hllHtcrcd and. rnd ho well deserved Iho wlanlng
It npiienrs that Tsukamotti had coin
plained about the sandals hinting him,
hut his (miners had told Mm to keep
going unlit Jackson stopiied to bu
nibbed down, but that event did not
The Japanese section of tho spec
tators could not believe, it when they
taw their champion slep off the track,
Mid nl fjrst It was thought that Tsukn-
moto had only stopped to hnvu a run
down. However, when Jackson cot
seeral laps ahead It was seen Unit
the Japanese was all In, and that all
Jnckuon had to do was to flnli-h the.
raco as ho pleased.
The racu Itself, as far as It went.
was devoid of Interest; tho men simply
The management of tho meeting was
really good, and tho, mon in charge
v:crc all experienced In -simM. The
rcorlng was easily managed and there
was not n dispute of any sort as re
gards tho racu.
Ilonlno and Kddlo JYrn-indcz took
moving pictures of tho raco and crowd,
and several other kortak'men were also
on deck. Jack Doyle did stunts with
the crowd behind him and raised many
a laugh with' his quaint sayings.
Jirkson hnd thtpo 'flags American,
Hrltlsh and Hawaiian sewn on his
undershirt and all three different na.
HonnUtles cheered the-Now Zcalnniler
en in victory.
Sailors from nil tho different men
ran around at an even rate Jncksim of war were prcsent'ln force and they
always leading and tho Jnpanese a
couple of yards behind. Most of the
laps worn run in 7fi seconds and tho
same even stildo was kept up all tho
Tho first five mites nnd 38." ynrds
wero covered In 37 minutes 3.', sec
onds; tho ten miles was dono In 1 hour
17 nilna. 17 sees.; fifteen miles was
thrown behind In 2 hours. 32 seconds,
ami after that the time was for a walk- ,8ent.
i. ml the Japanese vied' with one anolhi
ers ns to who could mako the most
Tlie Judges were C. K Chllllngworth
V. T. Hawllns. W. Williamson; time
keeper, Lester Pctrlo? and (leorge Tur
ner starter. Kverythlng went on O. K.
and except that tho raco was a disap
pointment after the .fifteen miles hart
beon covered, the affernoon waa well
THREE GOOD BOUTS
AT ALOHA PARK
SARCONI KNOCKS OUT THE CHINESE PUGILIST. AH SAfc FRANK
LIN AND TERRY BOX TO A DRAW CHARLIE REILLY IS TOO
CLEVER FOR MACDONALD IN TEN-ROUND 00.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
One of the very best evening's to go eight rounds. Both men's"
sport In the way of boxing that haa weight was given as 12R pounds and
been seen In Honolulu wns the show Jack Weday was selected ai referee.
nut tin Fred Hinlth on Saturday Chalmers Graham did the announc
night nt the Aloha Park. Ing in his well known stylo and got
Twenty six rounds of exciting things right this time,
stimuli was handed out during threo "Irnnmnn" McCollough seconded
tlno bouts, and nno knockout; tone Snrronl and Kid Terry did llkcwlso
draw and one decision Bcrnp was tho for tho Chinese pugilist,
way thlngB went. I front the top of tho gong until
Although tho nttendanco as not both men were .carried out of tho
large; tho enthusiasm ran high and ring the fight was a fine one. Klrst
Iho sailor kept things going with a ono man would put the other half
vMli way "out, anil then the oilier wouin
There were many well known pen- rovlvo and have his opponent well on
pie by the ringside and tlio usual tho way to slumberlaiid when the
bunch of sports crowded tho rcserv- gong would save hlm.
ed seats. I Knock downs were in snie, ana
Tlio building at tho rear of tho both tho pugs went to tho noor ai
Art Theater was taben by dorm, different times. In the third round
and Jackles and Honolulu boB the gong saved Ah Sam. who was
climbed tho Pro esclipo ladders and, down and out, but on being carried
packed up a hundred feet In tho air, to his cornor soon rovlvo.
got a freo show. I In tho fourth round,, Ah Sam hit
Ono Jacklo got on to tho top of low, and Barconl went down In pain,
tho Iron fonco surrounding tho Alo- However tho rcfereo let the fight go
ha l'ark, and seated himself com- em. Shortly afterwards Barconl
plelely on the summit. wrestled with Ah Bam and finally
The ship's patrol saw hlm and throw him to the floor, The Chlncso
then nn exciting chnso took placo. vainly appealed In a'foul.
As tho patrol appioached Jacklo n tho fifth round 8am was strong
scrambled down tho outside of tho er nnd nearly had Barconl out.
fence, but when near tho bottom, Tho finish canio In tho slxlh
found that tho enemy had taken up round, when Sarcoril knocked tho
a position In tho rear. jgiimo Chinaman out. Doth men
Jack at onco scrambled up thoWt.ro all In, and It was nil) body's
fence again and dropping down the right after tho 3d round.
Inside, dragged away tho electric The second go was also a very fast
light wire with hlm. Instantly nno and exciting one, and tho spectators
side "of tho l'ark was thrown into wore kept on tho qui vivo all tho
daikness, ami as Jack darted away, time. Kid Terry and Kid Franklyn
lit tho arena an ofllccr jelled out: . met, nnd It was a case of a clever
"Hold that man!" untrained man against a well-trained
And it Is sad to say that a clvl- unfinished boxer.
Han did got Jack for a second. Hut r'rnnklyn showed that ho was an
such a mar went up from tho an-'old hand nt tho g.ime and landed as
Monro that tho citizen quickly lot ho pleased on Terry, The latter,
Jack go. however, fought a gamo battle, and
Then things were mixed for a ns soon as Kranklyn showed signs of
nilnuto or so, and It was wonderful tiring Jumped In and becamo the
the way tho crowd opened up to nl- aggresior.
low tho Hying sailor to gut out and Frankly n was In queer street sov
then eloso up again In front of tho eral times during Iho last couple of
olllcor and p.ittol. rounds, but his superior knowledge
At any lato Jack got away clear, of the gamo enabled hlm tu pull
and It Is not known If ho was cap- through hiifoly
t u red later on or not. After tho six rounds had gone
no cause for complaint. Kit and
well, Hranklyh would finish Terry
off In short time. It was a casc"of
an untrained man against one In
the pink of -condition and on the box
ing form shown by both men a draw
was t tin only possible verdict.
The third nnd last contest waa be
tween Charlie ftellly and Macboll
aid of the U, 8. VB. Tennessee. It
waa a ten round go and right from
the start MacDonald waded Into
Charlie and endeavored to break
hlm up. Hut the clever little man
from the roast would duck and feint
till the tailor hardly knew what wasj
Macuonnld Is a good man, nnd It
Is doubtful If Itellty has a punch
bard enough in knock the sailor out-
ftrllly landed with both left and
right nt will, but the sailor came
back every time for more.
Itcilly did not have a mark on
him ai'thc 'end of tho ten rounds,
and tho cleverness ho showed puts
hlm In a cass h yhlmsclf as far as
Honolulu goes. Tho sailor was a
clever fighter, and his cheerful grin
wns In cvldcnrc all tho time. In
the first round, when Charlie feint
ed with his left and then landed
with his right, the sailor remarked:
"flood; that was good."
The bout Was a treat to watch,
and the men fought clean and In n
fine spirit, which was good to tho
spectators.- When Lester I'ctrle
raised ttcllly'a hand In token of vic
tory, there was not n word said In
the audience. Everybody was satis
fied that the referee's decision wns
Several challenges wero Issued
during the evening, nnd Hatttllng
Itoblnsop, who -defied everyone, was
taken up by Doyle, nnotber sailor.
Tho match may be brought off In
China waters, ltolnnd also challeng
es. the winner of the Itcllly-MacDon-aid
Tho whole cvenlne wnn rtilnvnlilp.
anil the threo contests were really
good. Tonight other bouts will be
brought off at tho, Aloha Park, and
no doubt oiblg crowd will attend.
(t h a
Thought He Beat
If you were a maslcr-at-arms, first
clasp, of the United States navy and
for tho honor of tho servlco had
knocked out, a, flashily dressed and
athletic nogro whom lou thought wns
Jack Johniori. hamploa heavyweight
II. nrtcr tnr panic you should dls
covor that tlio coeniy was only d
counterfeit, wouldn't you lw tlffodT ,
Alnnxo lliygcs, a mastcr-at-armii
of .the cjulsrvTonncssce, says . the
Examiner fat' 8ep. 26, slcpl al"tR'e"
Central Police Station list night a
heartbroken' man,. after .the dcnl-
tens nf Inn rlarhnrv Ciuif hitri I,aaii
thrilled with the news that Ktghfcr
.lacs, jonnson naa ueen lam low In
a atrect brawl by a. bluajacket. A
huge negro, bejwelcd, patent-leath
ered nnd tailored down to the min
ute, had been making tho grand
tour of the Coast, leaving behind him'
the Impression that he was Jack
Johnson,- the redoubtable near op
ponent' of Jeffries.
KiniOly Johnson that was his
namd sure hough encountered a
party ot.Milorihcn, and Just to, elnch
the, sensation' he' wns creating flat
toned' two ot, the, smaller ones with
some random shifts and uppcrcuts.
tho ,mart-o'-warsmen rallied to their
comrades' support and In tho center
oi n ,ing crowa or Hangers-on,
stripped decks for action, vowing
that they would lower tho pugilist's
.Hayes was tho first man to en
gngo the enemy and In tho hot fight
that followed Johnson went dowu to
defeat nnd "Jack Johnson's licked"
went- blitzing through the Coast.
Policemen Doland, Illgelow and Ile
hnn took tho fighters to headquart
ers In the belief that they had a
"Your name?" asked the desk ser
geant of the defeated negro.
"Cleorgo Johnson, Bah."
Alonto Hayes, master-at-arms, U.
8. A., waa charged with battery.
st a tt
Picked Team Beat
tcrtalnment whldi llllo has chosen.
In the beginning there wns a scar
city of ladles, but as Hie ocnlng
wore on more mid more of tho 'fair
sex ventured out on the floor. The
excellence of the music furnished by
the fleet orchestra may hao had a
good deal to od Iwth tt, for a
dancer It must hnvr been very haid
to withstand such music.
There were several amusing fea
tures fur the etent. I'or slnstnnrc,
when the scarcity of ladles ninile It
self fell, W. II. C Campbell and Otto
llnrtiill Iwttilt Ltniitifiil In itwi lirnurii
The navy nine made one In, ,, ,,, . ,1(,y ,., MBm,,u
Yesterday nfternoon nl the League
grounds there were two games of
'baseball, and much to the surprise
nnd sorrow of Sergeant Harry, his
N. O. II, side went down In defeat to
the picked team from the jwarshlps.
The (lu.irds were defeated by a score
of 3 to I, and their miliary run was
made In the eighth, when Butler
their first and two In the fourth, and
after that Ibeie was nothing doing.
The ufllctnl score wa sas follows:
I ! 1 I E t ; 8 9
Huns 10 0 2 0 0 0 0 03
llasc hlts..:i 10 4 110 0 1 1 1
N. (1. II.
i 2 3 i r, r, 7 s a
Itillis oooooooi o 1
aw hlts..o 0001002 o :i
Two-base hits, Monroe, Itlce, Heed;
sacrifice hit, McCaffery; struck out,
by Itlce 9, by Clark r,; bases on
balls, off Clark 2, off Itlce I; pasted
Tho other game was between a
picked Aitla team and the V. S. S.
Pennsylvania, ami the former nine
Wriu by a score of 2 to 1. It wns u
close and Interesting game, and the
sailors did siiiun line plays at times.
A fair-sited crowd attended the
games, and much rooting was In
dulged In by the fans.
Additional Sports on Page 6
THEY DANCED AT IIILO
IIILO. Sept. 28. -The ladles of
llllo and the gallant sailors of the
fleet hit It off beniitlfull together
last Thursday evening, when the
town saw one of the most unique
dances In lis history on the door of
the Armory. The great ball had
been well decorated by the artistic
hand of John Herring, great banana
trees, ginger branches and other
green stun cohering the walls, re
lieved here and there by great masses
of flags. Iliinnlng from corner to cor
ner overheard were along strings of
flags, while In the renter of the hall
facing the river was n raised plat
form on which wero vented the two
orchestras, one a Hawaiian glee club
and the other the division orchestra
from the fleet.
The hall was crowded. Hie spep
tators sitting four and live deep
whMi was soon followed by the sail
ors, and many toiiples consisting of
two men seen on the floor. Mali) of
the sailors s4mwed themselves to bo
excellent dancers. Norman Campion
pioveil himself to be- the sailors'
friend by nnnoiiiitlng, after the Hist
few dames weie over, that the town
gentlemen! wero requested to keep
oft the floor I norder that the visitors
might have the pleasure of dancing
with the comparatively few ladle.
who wero idesenl. However. It was
notUed that Campion violated his
own rule, hut then that wan after
the dancing hail gotten Into full
Among the ladles who were seen
on the floor weie the following: Miss
l.llv Williams, Miss .lov-phlnc Knlhi
mil, Miss (lerlrinle Wlllfong, Mrs.
Moiehead. Mrs. Austin, Mis. I'atlen,
Mrs. Fetter, Mlsi Amy Wllllnmi.
Mrs. I trick l..nan. Mrs l.udlorf.
Mrs. It T Mom"", .Mrs. Loebensteiii,
Mrs. MeNlehol. Miss llattle. Miss
Trowbridge. Mrs Christina llrown.
Miss l.usriimb, Mrs How hind. Mlsa
Helen Knlwl. Mrs Mngiilre, Mrs.
Downer, Miss Hlvlr.i llapal, Miss N.i
moha. Miss Union. Miss May Wil
liams, Mrs. De Holt. Miss Fierce.
Mrs Allligst, .Mrs C'realleiis. Ms.
(Irceii. Mrs Oliver Akaii. Mlsa Ca-
narlo (2). Mrs Huaeiie I.) man, Mrs.
Itleharil I. Moan. Miss IMna Aknil,
Miss Fetter, Mrs. Ilcckvvood, Mrs.
etiorge lliiinitigham. Mrs. Ileers.
In nilil It loll to the above thcr
were n number Jif I. lilies who did not
dance, lint contented lbeuiselvs by
listening to the music. The dancing
lasted until about 11:30 p. in. -Tribune
A collision between regular Pom
lion ear No. 1 and a special car coming
from the opiHisltn direction occurred
Saturday nluht on lleretaul.i Just south
of Iho Dutch Reformed Church. Tliu
iiKitoruiun dlil not see the special,
which was trying to make the switch
although many of the p-ishcimcrs did.
a.long the walls, whllo the floor waa,Vn iv wns badly hurt although all
crowded with dancers. Thet best of weio inu.o or les's luiilsed
order reigned, nnd the sailors evl-
dently appreciated the form of en- urn rullptin moa pay
Your Own Price In
Beginning THURSDAY, Sept. 30ih, and con
tinuing for ONE WEEK ONLY.
In game of ball played at Pulia
tion on Saturday the naval officers
defeated tho University Club nine
by a score of 8 to 3. It was a fine
gnme, and everyone enjoyed them
selves to the limit, Tho line-up wns
as follows :
University Club Castlo, Stcere,
Lewis, Waterhousc, Williamson,
Hemcnway, Campbell, Kllgoro, llab
bltt. Plckod Navy Team Harris, Tur
ned, Alford, Waddlngton, Wllhelm,
Llttleflcld, Trnln. Woods, llalim.
Kdi' Fernrii'tt a it s : fit o mnv
Ing pictures it tr Marathon raco yes
terday and has alieady devoluped the
fllma. Ho will glvo a show tlilu week
and promises that tho ft'iut, will bo
This afternoon on tho Pacific Club
courts eight officers from tho fluot will
have a tennis match with eight local
mon. Tho match promises to bo a
good ono and Honolulu will bo repre
sented by the following players: Hoth,
fJeo, Castlo, It. A. Cooko, C, Cooko,
Homcnway nnd Steero.
According to a cable received by tho
Hawaii 8hlnpo. tho University of Wis
This all saved as a good Introduc-, their way everone looked
Hon In the events of tlln nvellllli-. liliuw' and the referee Wlls l'lttllt In
Thii Hist contest was between Sar- his decision when he gave It so. I cousin, defeated Iho Wnseda baseball
coitl iiinl All Sam, and was scheduled TViry, of coutse, kicked, nut ho hud icnin on Saturday, ny a score ot 7 to i.
Here are a few prices at the reduced figures
Lot 8680 Formerly $ 0.00 Reduced to $ 0.75 n suit
Lot 8624 Formerly 10.00 Reduced to 7.50 n suit
Lot 1531 Formerly 12.00 Reduced to 0.00 n 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 18.00 Reduced to 12.00 a suit
Lot 21880 Formerly 17.00 Reduced to 12.75 n suit
Lot 21900 Formerly 19.00 Reduced to 14.25 a suit
Lot 8837 Formerly 20.00 Reduced to 15.00 n suit
Lot 20350 Formerly 22.00 Reduced to 10.50 a suit
We also have a fine line of straw hats nt the following
prices: 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1,75, $2.00, $2.50, nnd n su
perior line of felt hats at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 nnd
Remember, One Week Only
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