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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, OCT. 12, 100.
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FORCEGROWTH' performs wondersbut in a simple, natural way. If enriches the soil by supplying the special qualities 'in which It
is lacking. All plant life is' revitalized within a few days, and pale, sickly vegetation revives and grows luxuriantly.
Prepared by In lO and 25 lb. Packages at
Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Ltd.
Office, Brewer Building. Phone 272. Factory at Iwllei.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Fort' tad king Streets, Honolulu.
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. PAMS GREEN
ARSENATE U Ih. Ulliaf KIM la Parli
Oretn. Theft mull b. sufficient ant
ale la kill all Ih. InxcM or Ih. Ortaa
will aol b. afltctiva but if too much Amuio
il lift "fee," or aol fully iacorpor.t.d with
Ih. other lifttdlenu, ih. Onto will blight
or bum tha folUgt. Thtr. Il about $ of
frrVar gncombin.d Anealc la S-W. Parli
Orcen. S-W. Pirll Grcea coduIui 6 of
anialout oildo. It li light In (rarity and
wilt my will la tuipioiioa la th. prar1(
Cla, pr.vidiaf a uolform mlitura that will
aot readily waih off th. foliifa. Th.
conomy of S-W. Parli Onta Eta V tha
parity of th. infrcdUnu, th. itrraith of
tpoUoat aad th. ikllt of tha uaaufactuii.
S-W. ARSENATE' OF LEAD
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Arsn..U of
Lrttd it nad by atw proem which
rtndert II th moat cfffctlvt ud tco
nomicttl Inifctlcldt oa tht markt. It
nuoufacturtd, trow a flatly divided floccu
Ib( btu bd ! prepared to softer form ihta
any other. It eon form i to Government
KpedftCaUtoai In every retpect. and la order
to keep it tlwajri ia a condition taiUy worked
up for use, w do not preis out all the noti
turt at do most other makers. W market
It la thU form, and to conform to tha Govern
men! tpeciAcationt, which demand y dry
arsenate of lead, we ship tt pounds for every
too pounds Invoiced. Our lead in this form
Is also more affective, pound for pound, than
that put up la the stiff paste farm In which It
It usually sold. Our free Booklet Bt;i con
taint full Inlbrmatioa oa Arsenate of Lead.
Write tar It.
Carried in stock and for sale by
E. a. HALL & SON, LTD.
If you arc "about to buy a refrigerator, take our ad
vice and Rive the matter of selection great care, for there
ore many things that depend upon your' choice. First,
your health; select a refrigerator that can be easily cleaned
and is so constructed that there is very little chance for
any, dirt to collect in it. Second, economy; tome refrigera
tors fairly eat ice, others -keep it for the maximum length
of time. There arc other reasons almost equally as im
portant. See our stock and we will point out to you how to
Theo. H. Davies fc Co.,
. Ltd.. " '
, Hardware Department.
BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Agree as tb Dough
LOCAL AND COAST
At the von Hamm-Young garage Jewell of the New York branch of
may be seen tho largest machine that) the Franklin Automobile Company,
has ever come to these Islands. It The Oerman motorist was erestlv In.
Is a six-cylinder 8tevens-Durya; and terested In visiting Automobllo Itow
NEWS NOTES FBOM
has a wheel base of no less than 142
Inches. The car has been Imported
ifor Harry Lewis, and It was dellv-
ercu yesieraay to mat gentleman.
Tho remarkable length of the
and studying there the varlttlea of
After nil, Wlllus llrltt got his own
way as regard a x8toncnient of
tho JohnBon-Kclchell flght for tho
world's chamiilonshlp, which was
behcriiileri In come off to dnv.
KetclicU'a bunch tried time after, to have different Ideas as to how the ens "uryea noaaster rrom the von ..7 hour, 08 minutes and 30 seconds,
In a recent sociability automobile
car-run from Little Kulli. N. V. to
Nothing deflnlto has been settled n attracted a lot of attention, and Cooperstown, N. Y an back th'e
as rcsards tho ten, fifteen, twenty or -u"e number ot people nave winner was Frank N. Shaul, who In
twenty-six miles race, that has been oropi"" nui me garage 10 see n.
talked about for the nast week. Alt I . . i
the managers and hangers-on seem ' Bam Wilder has purchased a Stev-
a Franklin motor-car made the dis
tance In 8 hours and 30 seconds.
This time was closest to that of
time to have the contest put off till monev part of the proposition should
October 27, but Johnson would not bo arranged.
hear of a change. Finally, however, Unc manager favors tho 2-3 and
a compromise was arrived at, and 1-3 suggestion, but' wants the dls
Octobcr 1C was decided upon as the tributlon made of the grogs receipts;
dato on which Btnnley Is, to uses a the net proceeds Idea does not1 up-
familiar expression, "get his." peal to mm. Then another man
llamm-Young Company. It Is a four-
cylinder car and has a phaeton body.
which had been secretly fixed by Ma
yor Santry. The prlte' won was a
ftara atlvnp lnln inn
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oy me Mongolia, me acnumangar-, A coincidence of the run was the
age received an E. M. F. Btudebaker fact thtt rf competitor In another
CB.u TH."pUl.,r mach'n" . rJT Kranklln,v C. J. Lundstrom, run so
selling like hot. cakes on the Island, nearly on th. timr. .h..i..i. r m.
Ono of the reasons that Ketchell' wltfi q runner wants a big bonus on'"na q""" nmoer are in uso. on shaul ai t6 capture third place In
wanted the fight put off Is that his the side besides his share of the gate ,j Hawaii, Maul and Kauai. 1 1 8 BOarg( g minutes nnd 6 seconds,
bunch thought a larger crowd would money. And so' It goes on till It ' 'The distance was about 60 miles,
bo present at the ringside If the sickens a man who likes to see some Manager Odell of the Associated f M 8 M
match were brought off at Portola clean amateur sport for a change. parage reports, things as being very
lime. Professional sport has got too' big ""V ""d "M" th '" long-expected WOndS wtCfieS IS
Although all Borts of talk Is going a noli in this town,.nd In the long -'i " aurciy ue com
on about battles nf the nn.t whcicln run It will mean the dolnr un of nK along .soon now.- This car Is a
little men have managed to get away many branches of athletics. Out
with, the scalp of much larger men. side nf gold,, polo.'d. tennli It, Is
than themselves, tho general "opinion , hard to name aport out of which
mo piayer. no not inane money ev
ery time they play. '
As far as the rate that Is hanging
fire so long goes, It would" seem the
better way to drop the matter alto
gether. No one wanta to see anoth
er Marathon race; we know. who
the champion Is, aid, although he
makes us tired at times, It cannot be
denied that he has proved' his title
to the Marathon laurels.
Let the real runners have a chance
There was nn exciting baseball
game played between the faculty and
tho Junior teams of the Kamehame
ha school on the school grounds last
Saturday, In which the faculty was
beaten by a score of 10 to. 3. Mr.
Ilottcndof was1 out of form, und his
pitching was not as effective as In
the senior game. Mr. Mop wood was
placed In the box and he kept the
blngting down. The juniors played
a good game. The line-up was aa
follows: Faculty Mcngal, c;
Hopwood, p, If: Ilotlendot, p. and c;
P. L. Home, lb; S. Livingston, 2b;
Hartley, 3b; Capt. Winters, ss; Pahu,
rf; C. Livingston, cf. Juniors Bi
lls, c; Lujan, p: Mahlkoa, lb; Apo,
2b; Itussey, 3b; Kalal, ss; Hapal, ct;
Kamau, If; Ilekuewa, rf. Major Mc
If you want your freight delivered
from the wharf in a first-class man.
ner and at the lowest price, consult
seems to "be that Ketchell has not
got n chnnco against the big negro.
Johnson has trained properly for
this flght and Is not going to take
any chances of i losing his title to
Stanley. Ketchell, 'too. Is reported
to. be In good condition, although
there have been rumors to the effect
that he has an Injured hand.
It Is safe to say that there will lie
a tremendous crowd at the rlngsldo
next Saturday night, and that the go
will be fierce while It lasts, nut to
give Ketchell a chance against John
son would be to suggest that the big
smoko was In Illll Papko's class, and
there are not many pcoplo who would
euro to Hay that.
Johnson's victory Is confidently
looked forward to by if lot of local
sportsmen, and that well-known old
sport, Jerry llrodcrlck, has quite an
amount up on tho negro.
When the result comes through
next Saturday there, will be ' some
speculation as to what Ketchell will
do In 'the future. Ho can hardly get
back to the middleweight brigade
where ho properly belongs, so what
High School And
Town Team Meet
Next Saturday at tho League,
grounds football will be played In
earnest, nnd tho first game will bo
between tho High School and tho
Town team, A strong bunch of play
era has been selected, and more
names aro to be added to tho list
during tho week.
Tho ground is In good shapo, and
all tho arrangements havo been made
to start football properly on Satur
day afternoon. The Town team has
been practicing hard for soma time
now, and tho men are beginning to
show the effects of tho hard work In
their much-Improved play.
There Is sure to be a big crowd
out to see. the game on Saturday, and
tho rooting 'should bo Immense. The
men selected so far for the Town
team 'aro as follows: B. Kellet,
(leorgo Dwlght, j Ernest Dell, Dob
Chllllngworth, B. Andrews, Harry
CJark, Plunkett, Campbell, Kama
kau, Bd Fernandez, V. McLane,
Sumner, Hoogs, Williams, Wlnne,
Shedword and some others whose
names will bo announced later.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St. Opp. W, Q. Irwin & Co. Phone 281,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Xing and Bethel Sti.
Now that three games, have been
beauty according to people who have''
driven It on the mainland, and the
Drlea I. an rrtaminalil tlrnrnyairv"'
well everybody even newspaper P'"d ,n the world", series of base
men will be able to purchase oat. ball games, tho greatest Interest la
. " . bejng' shown In the struggle. The
. The Royal Hawaiian garage looks enterprise of the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n In ar
busy now-a-days, and the r.palr shop ranging for special cables dally gir
ls kept going In" great style'. vfcan- ing the results of the games la much
ager Wells looks, cheerful When bust- appreciated by, the Honolulu baseball
ness Is mentioned, and that Is a good ; fans.
'D'' " . 4 i Pittsburg has won two games to
I Detroit1 one,- and the end Is not yet
Herr Wllhelm Opel, who Is the In .Ight. Should Detroit win again,
winner of the Prince Henry auto- the Interest will become In Una. and
If they wish, but It Is to be hoped mobile tour, Which Is the chief mo- the largest crowds that ever attend
that they do something tangible In- torlng event of the year In Qtrmany, d a world' series will surely roll. up
stead of standing around on the " .taking a six-weeks' sight teeing to see the play,
street corners and gassing about itrP through the United States, , The knowing bunch of local fans
what they might do If someone else! He Is desirous 6f seeing all that tip the Pittsburg nine to win, but
did something. Is distinguishing In American life, there. Is many a pot unset at times.
However,- the walking race along, and he had not been In Ntw York, and It may be that the Detrolts will
Kalakaua avenue will be something ng before he made a night trip to. defeat their daughty opponents.
to, See In tho near future, and. the coney island to see the electrical j tt tt
thoughts of gate money won't worry -wondera of that resort. He Is an Chilton, Jackson's manager; ex-
the buch of amateurs who will com- automobile maker himself, but his presses bis man's willingness to run
pete beer money, will be the only .trip to Coney, island was made In a a race against Kaoo, Charlie, Corder-
rraoKiin motor-car, tne use. of wnicn 10 ana TSUKSomio over any distance,
waa tendered by Manager W, 8. but ho prefers a ten-mile course.
consideration at tho end of the hike,
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. Second Series
Now that the second series of the
Oahu Leaguo la well under way, the
fans are sizing up the chances of the
various teams. Tho J. A. C.a would
appear to have an excellent chance
of winning the championship, but
such In and nut play has been seen
at times arapngst the Juniors that
It Is hard to select one team that will
play conslstenly right through the
Most Sundays down at the Athlet
ic Park the fans are treated to fine
ball for a few Innings, and then up
goes the gas bag and It is all off.
And moat of the time It la the team
that wns expected to win that does
the Wright stunt.
Still the unexpected occurs much
ly In any game and such things are
to be looked for. There la no saying
what the final outcome of the second
series, will be, and the remainder of
the season promises to be a good one.
The balance of the schedule, of the
Oahu League I as follows:' ''
oct. 17 K. A, C. vs. J. A. C:
U. S. M. C. vs. C. A. C.
Oct, 24 U. S. M. C. vs. J. A.
C; K. A. C vs. C. A. 0.
OCt. 31 K. A, 0. vs. Ui S.M.
0.; C. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
Nov. 7 C. A. C. vs, U. Bi M.
C.;.J. A. C. vs. K. A, C.
Nov. 14 C. A. C. vs.,K. A. 0.!
J. A. C. vs. U. S. M. C.
Nov. 21 C. A. C, vs?,J. A. C.i
K. A.-C. vs. U. S. M. 0, i
Nov. 28 J. A. C. vs. K, A. C.i
U. S. M. C. vs. C. A. C.
Dec. I U. 8. M. C. vs. J. A.
C.s K. A. 0. vs. C. A. C.
The Kam athletes arc doomed to a
dull season as far a. football Is con
cerned, but there Is a bright out
look tor a scries of baseball games
Instead. Two school teams have
been formed, captained by a. Kalu
na and Major McQowan. They will
lie known as the Hlues and Whites.
The flist game will be played on the
campus next Wednesday atterqoon.
J'tWCJidets are busy at present
going through the' Old drills. This Is
'done for the benefit of the new' boys.
In about a week,tbe cadets will start
In drilling again with their guns.
At a meeting held Saturday eve
ning between the different grades It
waa decided to cut out the Inter
grade football game on Thanksgiving
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James Jarrctl, brother of "nill"
Jarrett, our popular Sheriff, la play
ing on the Santa Clara football team
and Is 'making good.
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Tho M. A. A. has selected a very
flr.o cup for the championship of the
big field meet to be held at the
league grounds on November 27.
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John McCandlers was yerterday
elected captain of th'e McKlnley
High School team.
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J. Stack, a Honolulu boy, Is play
ing on the Stanford University foot
ball team. - ,
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