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BVtNING BULLETIN, nONQLULTJ, T. H, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1909.
THERE are very few farmers, nurserymen,
horticulturists, etc., nowadays who don't appre
ciate the necessity of spraying. It has been
proved that spraying improves both the yield and
the quality. But spraying involves time, labor and
expense, which are wasted if the poisons used are not
effective. There are two poisons which you can rely
on absolutely. They are carefully and skillfully made
of the purest raw materials S-W. Paris Green and
S-W. Arsenate of Lead.
t-W. PARIS GREEN
A" RSENaVnClaiBokllllogagMtla PhU
Ortta. Thero mast bo tufficlcnl ant
ale Is kill all tho Imtcli or tho Orooa
oHltaoloooflfCtiVoi butif too much Anoole
la Itfl "it e," or oot fully lacorportltd with
taa ethor laftodlcau. tho Or.ta will bllfht
M bum tho foliag o . Thcro It about o el
Ireo" or uacombinod Atitalcla S-W, Parll
Ortta. S-W. Parit Ortta coaulat i of
antalout esido. It b Ilfht la invlty aad
win tujr well la tiupoiuioa la tho iprarloc
cao, prorldlag a uniform mlituro that will
M noddy wuh off tho foliift. Tho
ocooomjr of S-W. Parll Ortta In la tho
parity of tho locrtdltoti, tho itrracth of
opoUoolaadtho tkiUof tho uaouftcturo.
Carried in stock and for sale by
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
V7E wish to announce
" to the ladies of
this Territory that we
have decided to remain
in the Dry Goods Busi
ness, and in order to be
able to serve the ladies
better than ever we have
' purchased an entire new
stock, which is now on
display, at our Big Store '
on Alakea Street. The
stpek consists of Dry
Goods, Notions, Dress -Goods
Linen, Napkins, and
Ribbons, Laces, Em
- and other goods too
Your .Inspection Is Invited
Our Clothing Sale will come to
an end Saturday Eve, 9 o'clock
L.B.KERR & CO. Ltd.
t-JT. ARSENATE OF LEAD
SMIRWIM.WILUAM8 An a nit f
L.d li aid by m atw procttt which
renders It tha moot eftcttve and aco
nomltal iBitctlcida m tha marktt. It la
manufacturad from a final dlridtd flocev
IM baaa and U prtparad la aoftaf form thaa
ay othar. It cm forma as Ooraraaiaat
tpadficatloat la entry rtte4ct,ud Ucrdtr
to keep It always la a condition, aatlly warktd
ttpforusa.wa donotprtis out all ua aaala
tura as do moat othar makers, Wa aurkat
It la thll form, and to caaform to th Oorara
ntnt spcclRcatioas, which daauad aaA dry
arsenata af lead wa ship it poaada far avary
lew pounds Invoiced. Oar laad la this form
Is also mora alTtctlvs, pound for pound, thaa
that put up la tha stilt put farm la which It
Is usually told. Our fra Booklet Bji can
ulns full I a Format! oa ca Arsaaata of Laad.
Writ far iL
BT Y. L. NEVJUNOX.
BEDFORD ELEVEN ,'
As predicted In jostcrday's Bul
let 1 11, tho lledford cricket eleven
proved too itrong altogether for the
Honolulu bunch and had no trouble
In defeating them.
When this paper went to prctf
yesterday afternoon tho scoro stood
at four wickets down for 180 runr
Pclly was then 80 nnd looked as It
hn wero certain of making a ccn-
tury. However, when within our
of tho coetcd hundred runs ho hit
one of Morse's deliveries up and was
caught by Anderson. I
Lieutenant Dixie, who was I'clly a
partner for somo time, hit up 2 J
and then Maclean put tho hoodoo
sign on tho ball and cleaned bowled
tho sailor. King, who followed
Dixie, only added 1 to the total be-
fore being caught by Anderson off
one of Morse's fast ones.
Wilson then wont up to bat, but!
did not Inst long; he had made two
when ho was caught by Jordan off
Matlcan. Knight hit up 12 In tak-
hlng fashion, and carried his bat out.
Douglass was clean bowled by Morso
after ho had made 6 and was look-
Ing good for n lot more. Tho last
man In, Feld, broke his duck egg and
then was caugh "by Maclean off Jor-
Tho extras amounted to 12 runs,
thcro being 10 byes and 2 leg byes.
Evory over of tho Honolulu bowlers
produced runs not one maiden wns
sent dow n.
Maclean took 2 wickets at the
small cost of 13 runs. Morse was
the cause of four men retiring, andl
his average was 18. The fast bowl-'
er did good work with tho ball, and
the battle all the afternoon.
untneid dowicu wen anu nis tnroe
wickets cost 66 runs; with a little
more practice he would do as well
as he used to Tears ago, when ho was ,
the star bowler of the local team,
The veteran R. A. Jordan went on
to bowl at the end ot the Innings,
and, as usual,' was successful. He I
captured Feld's wicket, getting him
caught by Maclean. The O. O. M.
only bowled 'ten balls, oft which
three runs were made and a wicket
ine uenrord total or zzi runs is a .u. , was elected president; Lorrln
mall when It Is remembered that Andrews, secretary, and Captain
only four wickets had fallen for 180 1! Campbell, U. 8. M. Corps, treasurer,
runs; the remaining six bstsmeril An executive committee was ap
only totaled 44, and had Pelly been pointed,, the personnel ot which Is,
caught as he should have been, when Captain Campbell, Lieutenant Dow-
he only scored 20 or so, the game
would not have been so one-sided.
IV) r Honolulu Hob Anderson was,
of courve, tho mainstay, and bis
contribution ot 46 looks very big In
a total scoro of 89. The previous
Bcoro ngulii8t the lledford was 88, so
it Is pretty well proved what the
strength ot the local men Is when up
against tho lledford bowling.
T, P. a ray was the only man bo
sides Anderson to make double fig
ures, and ho hit up a round dozen.
Included In the total of 89 were 9
bjes, and the tall end ot tho team
did nothing to speak of.
Kor tho lledford, Knight did re
markable work; he sent down 36
balls, eft which only 4 runs were
scored: four of the overs wero maid-
'lins and he captured, 3 wickets at
an average or i.a. oucn worx nas
not been seen anywhere for a long
tlmo, and he Is to be congratulated
on his record.
Dixie took 3 wickets for 18 runs,
and showed that he has a great
command ovor the ball. Milton also
captured a trio of batsmen and the
cost wua only 28 runs.
The game was an enjoyable one, I
but tho fact was apparent that the
navy men were too strong altogether
for the locals. Pelly Is a fine bat
and has made many centuries on the
cricket fields ot England, and has
Biftdo come remarkable scores ovor
on the China station. His batting
yesterday was' clean and crisp, and,
although he gave a couple ot chanc
es, he delighted the spectators by
the way In which he opened his
shoulders and swatted ' tho ball
around the field.
Lunch was served at 1:30 o'clock
and a splendid cold collation was put
before the cricketers. Mrs. Maclean
was a host In herself and Doc Mon
serrat helped out famously.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
The following Is tho ofllclal score:
11. M. S. BEDFORD.
Comdr. Trewby, c Maclean, b
Morse .' 20
Capt. Moyhew', R. M. L. I., b Hat
!ub-Llcut. Polly, c Anderson, b
Japt. Kltzherberl, o Anderson, b
,eut. Lucas, b Hatfield ZL
Lieut. Dixie, b Maclcun 23
Lieut. King (captain), c Andor-
son, b Morse 1
pject Paymaster Wilson, c Jordan,
b Mncloan 2
Petty Otllcer Knight, not out ...12
Lieut. Douglas, b Morso b
Ldg. Stoker Held, c Maclean, b
U)cs .'. 10
Leg b)cs 2
HONOLULU CRICKBT CLUI1.
Noci Dccri c Uixl0i b wilson .... 4
Tt Wf Vm aruy( c duIo, b Wilson. 12
n. Anderson, c King, b Dlxl 46
g, ncnnlmore. c Wilson, b Pelly.. 2
c j Morse, c Pelly, b Wilson... 0
jj, j, nuchly' (captain), c King, b
Knight , 6
J. It. Maclean, b Dixie 4
M Mnclntyre. b Knight r.
Ci Kl Maxwell.ib Knight 1
r Ai j0rdan b Dixie, 0
. n. Hatfleld, not out 0
Hyes . ". , g
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Yesterday afternoon a meeting
was held ul:the University" Club, and
representative of the different
branches of the military and naval
service were pret-ent.
The Military Athletic Association
was created, and from present Indl-
cations the prospects of a fine annual
military track meet seem very
bright. Officers of the association
wero first elected. Colonel Jonos, N,
en, 20th Infantry; Lieutenant Oron-
Inger, Sth Cavalry; J. O. Carter, Col.
Jones and, Lorrln Andrews.
Tho Object of the Military Athlet
ic Association Is to promote lnter
reglmontal sports and to arrange for
Hold sports ot all sorts. Tho first
mooting will probably bo held -at
the League grounds, and, on Satur
day night next, another meeting will
be held at which all the1 details of
the association will bo gone Into.
The association has got a fine
start and the men who are working
up the matter are Just the ones to
bring It to a successful Issue The
first military field day will be an
epoch-marking one, 'and tho success
of the affair Is assured.
To Have Sports
This afternoon Oeorgo V, Davles,
acting consul for England, will huvo
tho sailors from tho Dedford,oAt at Ka
plolanl Park, and will give them a
real good time.
Sports of all sorts wilt bo held, and
prizes well worth winning, will be giv
en tho victors. Foot races, cricket,
football and other branches of athletics
w'lll bo In order, and Judging from tho
success of similar entertainments In
the past, tho Jackles will all onjoy
Later on In the day the sailors will
return to town and will be taken to
tho Seamon's Institute, where a real
good blow-out in tho rofreshment line
will bo on tap.
H M tt
The iBdtutxitl Uitte of tin
EreniBff BilUtia, wi-txojej
mdv for Btlllic SO mm tt 111
lotiBaSot. WING ON CHONG
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Bring your piotnree in and we'll
detign frame to your Mtiifaction.
Want Too Match
Matters In regard to the next Mar
athon rnco aro progressing slow.ly and,
unless somo agrocmciit Is com? to this
afternoon, It Is not known when the
details will bo arranged.
Tsukamoto's manager and tho rest
ot the bunch had a meeting yesterday
afternoon, and decided to offer the Ath
lete Park management n certain sum
for the uo of the grounds. The run
ners' managers would then run tho
whole Marathon themselves.
Judging from thjo way In which tho
ten mile raco was conducted under out
ride management, thcro seems to bo a
doubt as to whether tho affair would
bo n success.
Tho Athletic Park management
ttands for something, and with them
at the head of tho affair, everybody
would bo satisfied that things would be
alright With tho runners managing
tho race, another mix up might occur
and ono thing of that sort Is enough
for most people.
The first proposition made.tlio Ath
letic Pork management was that they
run tho show and hnnd oer 60 per
cent of tho gato receipts to tho run
ncrs, and 20 per cent to the trainers
and managers of the peds. No lesr
than 80 per cent nf tho gross rccclptr
wero demanded. If that Is not hog
glng all In sight, what Is?
There Is n lot of advertising to lit
dono In connection with a Marathon
race, nnd titer care plenty of cxpmscs
that must be met. It would seem a
bpttcr plan for tho Park people to
offer yirco good prizes for first, second
and third places In the rare, and run
the wholo show themselves.
Thcro will bo another meeting to
day, and the matter mnj bo decided
In tlmo to glvo tho icuult In another
column of this paper.
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Football Ik all Iho talk now a da) h
nnd thero will bo somo flno Rimes dur
ing' the coming season. On Saturday
week tho Town team will play the
High School and a very closo and c
citing game should oventuate.
A schedule has been arranged that
looks very attractive, and every Sat
urday through tho season thcro will b
struggles between tho schools and
The following schedule hns been
nxed: Octobor 16. Town Team vs
High School; October 23, College or
Hawaii vs. High School; October JO.
Hawaii y. Punahour" -November 6
High vs. Punahouj November 13. High
vs. Hawaii; November 30, Punahou vs.
Hawaii; Thanksgiving Day, High vs.
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Bedford Wins At
Although a proper team ot soccer
football players were supposed to
go out to Alllolanl College yesterday
afternoon and play a game against
the lledford team, only two men put
in an appearance. Dwtght and Heli
arrived after the game against tho
schoolboys had gone somo time.
The sailors had scored four goals
wbon the two men, who were Iho
only ones to keep their word, ap
peared on tho scene. After that the
sailors did not score any more and
the locals managod to" make ono
The Bedford captain Joined three
men to the boys, and as they played
in the back Held they were of great
assistance to the lads and worked
In fine style. Den Kolohla scored
tho solitary goal tor the landsmen,
but there would have been a differ
ent tale to tell If some of the men
who promised to turn out and failed
to do so had kept their words.
Still tho sailors enjoyed the gome
and got some exercise, which was
about all they wished for. The vis
itors are experts at tho game and
their headwork was a treatto watch.
HIGH-OLAM PAPO-HAK0IK0. DECdRATINa.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
PEAK FOB THEMSELVES.
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and is so constructed that there is very little chance for
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portant. See our stock anj we will point out to oj how to
Theo. H. Davies fc Co.,
Mrs. James 8cott, wife of the for-
mer manager or Kinel plantation,
and a well-known shot gun nnd ride
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Mrs. James Bott shot rcmarknbl
well and was actually second highest
scorer in this stage, making 46 out
of a possible CO, her first, second,
sixth and last shots Just missing the
bull; her sore of 33 In the first
stage being Insufflclcnt to enable her
to win, however, she has still a very
high position, one, which many ot
the men competitors would like to
COMPASS GIVES DIRECTION
AND SPEED OF SHIPS.
Carl L. Jaeger's Invention Is Being
Tested on Vessel Now Making
Round Trip of Fonr Weeks
Distance Is Noted.
NEW YORK. Marutlmo circles
are watching with considerable In
terest the result of a test of n new
rocordlng compass Invented by Can
U Jaeger. Tho test Is being mada
on the steamship Amelia that has
sailed for the West Indies. Mr, Jae
ger, who has been at work on tho In
strument for 17 years, In an Inter
view sa'ld that tho new compass will
record the direction of tho ship's
course, the distance It travels and
The compass la about 34 Inches
long and six inchea In diameter. It
has the usual needlo at tho top and
a chronometer at the bottom. The
record Is made by an electric spark
perforating a chart tnat movca up or
down within tho body of the com
pass. A perforation Is made for
each knot traveled. Tho device
makes a permanent record of all lm-
, If you like it sweet, well-flavored and light .
If you like it fine in texture, without a hard crust, uso
(Sterilired) , '
Because it contains such a high percentage of butter-fat (8 per
cent), Carnation Milk will make your baking wholesome and nutritious,
with a rich, nutty flavor, such as you taste in ordinary bread once .in a
decade perhaps. '' i
A baker told us he had been using it in his baking for a month, iuk!
there had been a very perceptible increase in the volume of his buijim
during that time. anatt, via ,11. I a iulti
Use Carnation Milk for baking Bread, Doughnuts, Rolls, Coolies'
and all kinds of Cakes. They'll be delicious, . 1 tt,' i
MAY dS CO., LTD.,
Iportnnt fiatnrcB Connected with na
Igntlun. It thus makes n ilieck on
the ship's log.
iiy nnoinur aiinuuiiL-iu n ia ilhhi-
cd that the number of timet Ilia
or from tho ship's d minion ir it is
so provided.! Mr. Jueger will test
his Invention In icry posslblo wn
during his four'wecks' absence. On
his return It Is expected that jua
will be made to put the compu i fn
the market, provided It Is foun l ;
Iloth the captain, Robert I in if
son, and Chief Engineer Huntei oi
tho Amelia will watch tho test nf J, li
compass with much Interest. Mr
Jaeger has about thirty pitcntu on
various Instruments, among llirm
an uutpmntlc log. He Ih an uwiocluto'
member ot the American Inutituto
of Electrical Engineering.
WHY HE WAS HAPPY.
As Iho ruddj glow Increased be
ond the brow of tlm hill tho mini 1 1
boy on tho brlilg) clu p"d his hands
"Ah, my liul," e.ild the Granger,
who wns somewhat nenr-slghteil, "it
docs mo good to sec 51111 npprnlnto
J on beautiful red s'fy." t;
"Yes, sir," lespoudid tha lad, villi
his eyes glued on tho ilhliintRlnit
"I've been watching It for fifteen
"Well! Well! It Isn't often cnii
has the opportunity of ltnivl.n
such n grund spectacle." 9
'shrill litti'f l.n nniHilna t ?
fuuiu" 1. uti riiuuuvi in inc.
is a a ...111 4
A Il'HI .'"CI, WUIIUlll
And do you watch sunsets often
little man?" )
"Sunsets? Why, that Isn't w eliu-
"Isn't a Btintct? Then what in
"Why, that's tho lllago j&ohucl
. ' 'j
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sts.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire,
Po. 0, Box 771.
Phone 22 and 92