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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, OOTOI1ER S, '09
FAN TUN BOSS
Yes, E. 0. HA'Ii , SON have it fcr sale.
Arsenate of lead in 1 pound class jars'.
. PURE PARIS GREEN in packages from V 'lb. to
The bccUes will nit touch your roses if sprayed with
the nbnve We will t rnili vou with the formula and
jou can ra.'as all the b ajtiful roses jou wish.
We lso sell the HAND AND BUCKET SPRAYERS
used for th'3 work an I all sorts of Tools and Implements
needtd in the garden.
Try a little Poism on the "ne bugs;" it btats
HU'n? them by the ol I method of two little wooden
E. O. HALL & Son, Ltd.
Your Own Price In
Beginning THURSDAY, icpr. 30lh, and con
tinuing for ONE WEEK ONLY.
Here are a few prices at the reduced figures
Lot 8C89 Formerly $ 9.00 Reduced to S 0.75 a suit
Lot 8024 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 10.10 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 1G.C0 Reduced to 12.00 a suit
Lot 21880 Formerly 17.00 Reduced to 12.75 a suit
Lot 21900-jFormerly 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 lini of straw hats at the following
prices: 75c. $1.00, $1.25. $1.30. $1.75, $2.00, $250, and a su
perior line of felt hats at $1,15, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 and
Remember, One Week Only
LB. Kerr &Co.
s iY - Alakea St.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St ' Opp. W. O. Irwin& Co. Phone 281.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE.
'83 Merchant St..
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
went of Latest Styles in
1028 NtlUANU ST
PERFECTION E00F PAINT
Give it a trial, Guaranteed to, prove
(rood. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS. :
, , , j Intur-Islhnd and O. R. A I shipping
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G, books for ale t the Bulletin
Bulletin Ediiorial Boom Phone 185,!Blcb, k each.
Get our figures for hauling freight.
Also for steam rolling and plowing.
S O T
Expert in Mason and Concrete Work.
Orders promptly executed and Deliv
ered, School street, near the, bridge.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still an deck. See his enrios.
11 Yu J
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
Fifteen Mile .
Thero lit n chanco of a fifteen
nillo ruco being, run between Ja It
son, Tsuknmoto nml Antone Kaoo.
Such an event should be n very In
tel cstlng ono and the iacc sot should
enny the uinneis ocr the dUtunce
In very fiut time.
Knoo hnn shown thnt he can run
nn dlstnnce from 100 jurds to the
full Marathon course of 26 miles
und 38S ardH. In the League
grounds Marathon the old "Wnlalua
Homo" did remarkably well, and
finished ns Btrong as anyone who
completed the full distance. Then
in tho ten-mile race ut the Athletic
Park Knoo showed what sort of paco
he has over a shorter distance, and
after runrilng .the distance finished
up with a wonderful sprint,
'Tsukamoto Is n good ninn over n
ten-mile course, and his style helps
him n lot. Ho glides over the
ground without any effort and
makes a vcr long strlda for n man
of his size. Jackson has now won
three Marathons, and oer the loni;
Journey seems to be the best man In
the Territory. A ten-mile race is n
different proposition, and, judging
from tho way Jackson ran In tho
Athletic l'ark event, he has not got
the pare to keep going with Kaoo
However, the race, If It comes
on, should be a great struggle from
tnc firing of the pistol to the tlmo
the tapo Is broken at the finish.
Tsukamoto's feet nre still In n very
bad way, and it will be some tlmo
till ho can start training again. Ho
Is, anxious to have nnother race with
Jatkson and Knoo, nnd thcro does
not seem to be much doubt that n
fifteen-mile race will be pulled off
Yacht Race. At
End Of Month
On Saturday, October 3. thoro will
bo a consolatkn yacht raco to wind up
the sailing seat an. Tho nee will bo
from Honolulu to Kaena i'olnt' arid
back to the clubhouse -at Pearl Has
Tho Hawaii II will act as packago
and stake boat and a large party of
club members and their friends will
bo on board her. Tho Hawaii will
leave tho harbor at 1 o'clock In the nf
ternoon and will anchor oft Kaena.
Point In smooth water.
Tho yachts will start the race at
C o'clock, and 'when they reach the
stake, boat wlll'Se'urt a dlnghyc over io
Ihd Hawaii ami Ret '.their package,
whlch'they will-have to deliver at tho
cjub wharf, The first boat to 'hqn.l
tho package'" In ""will bo declared Jho
'Tho usual njles will govern tho
packago race and nil jachts dre ob
liged to carry a 'dinghy; there will bo
no handicap port all, tho boats will
Commodoro Wilder wishes to know
how many people are anxious to make
the, trlpon the Hawaii, and would llko
to be Informed as soon as possible.
Tho outing promises .to bo a splendid
ono and quite a number of people are
going down to the peninsula to sea tho
tfhlsh of the race.
On Suturday afternoon at Kaplo
ia.nl Park there will be a horse race
over, a quarter mile course. Lady
Uernlce ami Sunrise will run against
ono another, and the purse will bo
1200. The, race will start at &
o'clqck .and should be a close ( ono.
Kerrelra will, ride In the event, and
Ire -Is onAdent' thnt his .nofse can
'i , " r ' )" i- tk i
M.Jacksp'n'nnd b)s,trtUn,er were, tpo
fenter of InttiHictlon at the Orpheum
jlieajer 'lastulght e; .Marathon
winners tuinrq of tne,priio mone
amounted to 'oyer. &()(), and Jackson
Is thlnKlrig of going .tu ,the Coast
fprn while. ' t '
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,Tho Vnlpnhu Tigers dorcnted the
Kukul nine. In a gnme of baseball on
Sunday by n score of 3 to 4. ,
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' OFFICIALS RECOVERING.
Whllo nb'e to be in his offlco ("iliy,
Inspvcior FrnlikrHaro Is still feeling
weak from the effects of tho ptnmalno
poleonlng lie. contracted Id drinking nn
egg phosphate Thursday evening. Hall
way Transportation Clerk Hodson has
practically recovered, but stilt stirrers
BOOTS AND SHOES.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sts.
South Dakota and
Maryland Play Tie
Ye3tcrday ilrternoon nt the Ath
letic Park the South Dakota and
Mar) land baseball teams played an
eleven Innings game which ended
In n score of 1 each. Tho game had
to bo called on account pf rain aft
er eleven Inning had been plaed.
It was n fast, snappy game tight
from tho stait, and there was no
scoring done until the ninth, when
both Bides made one run. A re
markable trlpplo play was brought
off during tho gome. There was a
man on third and one qn second.
The batsman grounded to llalrd,
who put his foot on third base nnd
then ran and touched the runner
from second base nnd put him out",
and finally, thiow to first In time to
get tho batter out.
Sullhan scored the run for the
South Dakotas after a two-bagger
nnd stealing thlid: llalrd sacrificed
him home., There was n fair-sized
crowd present nnd tho game was
watched With great Interest.
Local Nimrods Leave
For Lanai Fastness
Scleral local Nimrods left for Lanal
nt noon today, taking passago by tho
steamer Maunn Kea. Tho party was
made up of Captain Mooro N. Falls.
deiot quartermaster: United States
District Judge Sanford D. Dole, Assist
ant District .Attorney W. T. Ilawlins,
Captain J. C. Castncr, 'constructing
quartermaster, and several otheVji.
Tho party arc in quest of wild goats
and they have assured their friends
thnt considerable carnago will bo
wrought among tho fleet-footed deni
zens of Lannl's hillsides. The hunters
will leave thd Mauna Ken at Lahalna,
and then take n essel for I.anal. re
turning to llonoltilu by tho Mauna
ON MILK ORDINANCES
Tonight (Ho I)3ai d of Supervisors
will again hold a confeienco on the
milk and dakf' mdlnaoccs. They were
passcdjon fliil' reading at tho last ses
sion by n sont voto of fottr to three.
McClqllanKSne and Cox were against
the ordlhaftcfifc an account of too much
all6gcd detail and because of tho strict
regulations which McClellan Bald
would take twenty Inspectors to ono
dairy to enforce.
It his bo'.e n known from tho first
that Maqr fern has been In favor of
n milk prdlntinco, but tins objected re
peatedly" to tho two passed, Ho 'be
lieves thoie aro unnecessary require
,mehtfl, -And uncalled for regulatlops.
Ho believes that milk should be 'In
spelled ibut under a more simple ordl'
nance. Whllo ho has not made his
position .public, or stated his leaRons,
tho Board wilt probably hear from His
Hopor, on tho subject. When seen
this morning he refused to glvo out
any information, and It Is not known
whethor he will eto tho ordinances or
; AT SAN FRANCISCO
Aftor a. safe passage covering
nearly ten dnys.the llttlo Inter island
steamer Helena Is reported by cable
ns having nrrlved safe at San Fian
The Heleue left here to undergo
an overhauling ut tho coast ship
, jarJs.i-i At 'the tlmo of sailing the
vessel's boljers were In need of re
pairs.' The 'Helena was piled high
with conf ii,ion her departure for tho
Gotdon , (late, anil some speculation
was indulged In by shipping men
.concerning the results of her voy-
The .Holeno will remain on hd
. coast,' for,. some weeks. '
'J '" ' o I -
l Sins Prry, who was accused by sov
Icrai Chinamen of assaulting them, was
Hills morning found not guilty and dis
charged by Judge Andrnde. The boy's
story was so apparently straightfor
ward and so directly oppnslto to that
of thq Celestials that tho court decid
ed that they hail got the wrong man.
Kulhe Klkaha wus fined 13 tills
rnorrilpg.iu Pollco Court for laying In
uStock.of dry (?) goods. John Ku-
Ipelo'a Jag wus appraleed at a dollar
,A motion for postponement of tho
damage suit brought by Manao Herrl9k
,dlenec!e wnt filed by tho defendant's
nttomes, Thompson & demons and
George, Davis, this morning. It Is
dutmed that Ciopp will testify that
the accident wni caused by the neg
ligence of Mrs. Glesicko and that It
would bo a hnudlcip to the defend Io
Ik. fii'ii to pincced to trial without
1 Bulletin Business Office Phone 25a
Two hundred dollars was considered
a light fine for tho offense; of Chow
Pong, but whether Chow thought so
when ho paid It Is not recorded.
Chow pong plays fan tan or rather
he lets others play It nnd he keeps
the receipts. He ran the ganio at Wnl
pahu on several occasions and became
passably wealthy but at the next go
he lost It all once more. Also he suf
fered a rough house at tho hands of!
his patrons. On the, top of this gener
al misfortune he was fined two hun
dred real dollars,
HIi principal witness against him
was his erstwhile cashlor, who stated
unit enow pontr paid him when tho
Intter won and didn't pay him when
the luck was bad. The witness also
said that ho wanted to tcjl tho truth
whether It benefitted one side or an
other. Thjs estimable framo of mind
seemed to' Indicate, that some one had
surreptitiously approached him with
Although Chow pleaded not guilty,
on the stand his testimony was such r.
frank njowa! of the actual proceedings
that It amounted to a plea of guilty
It wbb this unusual framo of mind for
an Oriental that mado Judge Andrado
let him off easy.
AS DREjER TRUSTEE
F. A. Bchnefer has resigned as a
trustee under tho will of tho late Aug
ust Drclcr, an order of the acceptance
of his resignation having been signed
by Circuit Judgo Ilobtnson this morn
ing. Tho order further provides thnt
Cecil Drown will administer tho trust
Thero has been considerable litiga
tion connected with the Drcler estate,
all of tho differences having been n
pnrontly adjusted among tho hclrs
Tho cstato was again brought Into
court last week when Mrs. Drcler,
through her attorneys, Thompson &
demons. Died a petition for admeas
urement of dower, declaring that sho
has not received her dower share of
Local and Coast
Tje Locomobile car Is becoming
very popular In Honolulu nnd many
have been ordered for local people.
At Schuman's garage Is to be seen a
perfect specimen of these benuttful
All the garages are working over
time, and tho managers report that
business Is good. The von llnhun-
Young people nre rushed with repair
work and Manager Dodge Is kept
on the move all the time.
Manager Odell of the Associated
garage. It expecting several Chalmers-Detroit
tears to arrive soon.
Quite a' number of these popular
machines have been sold "to arrive;"
the Hudson Twenty Is. 'uqeordlng to
Odell, a beautiful car' and one' that
give's the Chauffeur tho Impression
that he. Is, driving q much, larger
tar'thap he 'really Is: ' I
:' AGAINST-' HUSBAND
Mrs, Toinno-Pcrrelra has peti
tioned the Ircult Court thiough her
attorney,' Bamuel Chllllngworth, far
a temporary Injunction restraining
her husband from Inflicting bodily'
haini upon her., ,
' She also nkks the court for a sec
ond divorce fiom her. husband. Sho
Becured a divorce on the grounds of
cruelty In .November, 1907. She
yielded, however, to the promises of
reform on Uie part of Perrelra, and
the solicitations of friends and mar-
rled l(lm in tho month following.
Perrelra Is an employe nl the Insane
asylum, and according to the com
plaint Immediately returned to .his
foi liter lablts and, manner of treat
ment, i . . i' '
, Helen ,'lleaht hns also ,nsked fora
dHori'o-ori'ibe ground of-dcsertbMi;
decldrlng that she wnB ' abandoned
by her hu,sband over a year'ago.
MIUND THE HOTELS
'All tho hotols have been crowded
for, tho past few weeks and although
the 8UlorB havo departed, a ' largo
number of guetUB are stll rcglstorcd
at tho city nhd, Walkikl resorts,
Tho Young Is housing 100 guests at
prefont. apd a steady Btroam of tour
lstsIs booked aheod for somo tmo to
come. Manager Hertsche Is sangulpo
about tho coming season and expects
to keep iboth tho Yqung and Mooiia
full. , T
At tho Moana thoro aro .thirty
guests, atiifa nunbor-aro expected 'to
airlvo on Uio Mongolia. Tho Hawaiian
has forty registered guests nnd reser
vations havo bocn mado for a largo
number later on In tho fenson, Tho
Seaside ,'""' ''" have their regular
guests and tho latter, placo Is full.
The' Industrial Editios of the
EvinlnK Bnlletito, wrapped
leady for mailing, 50 cent at B u 1
Jsy"f-or Rent" tarda on tale at
QEEK.ERS of excellent merchandise
will find our store full of novel
conceits from the world of faslron.
Our ads cannot begin to describe
all ot our 'many novelties, but they aid
us in calling many interestingrHtcms to
We have been appointed sole
agents for the HALL-BOlCHKRT
I which we' will sell at ,KEW YORK
I PRICE of $15,'
A few novelties in
including' the "FOLDING" ones,
which- pack into your suit case, for
ladies and gents.
very nobby for ladies.
Then, ladies, some with an extra
Leather Handle to slip over your
wrist so you cannot misplace them.
f A most beautiful
1 in Crapes -and Silks. Many of these
C are most exclusive in design and style,
of which we have only one of eaciV
New. Skirts New Lingeries
New Rain Coats
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co., I
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