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EVEN1NQ DDLLET1N, ItONOLUL'P, T. It., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, '09.
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 ca,n rely
on absolutely. They are carefully and skillfully made
of the purest raw materials S-W. Paris Green and
"S-W. Arsenate of Lead
S-W. PARIS GREEN
ARSENATE U the killing agent la Paris
Oreen. There rauil be sufficient im.
nlc to kill nil the Insects or the Green
will not b effective i but II loo much Amnio
In left "free," or not fully Incorporated with
Ike other Ingredients, the Oreen will blight
ee burn the foliate. There ll about eft of
"free" or uncombined Arienlc In S.W. Tarl,
Green. S-W. Pari, Greta contain! ,64 of
snealota oxide. It I, ticht In parlt and
will liar well In suspension In the iprarlef
can, providing uniform mlatura that wiU
ot readily waih off the foliage. The
tconomjr of S-W, Pari, Rreca bet la the
fjrity of the ingredient! Ike strength of
l potions and the skill of the Manufacture.
S-W. ARSENATE OF LEAD
rWKRWIN.WlLUAMS Arsenate or
, Lead it nada by a new proceu which
" renders It the moit effective and eu
nomlcal Intecticide on the market. It le
manufactured from a finely divided ftoccti.
leal Use and Is prepared in softer form than
any other. It conforms to Ooveranteal
specifications In every reipect, and in order
to'keep ll alwaye In a condition eaiily worked
op for ute, we do not preis out all the nrols.
if V."1." non M)"' ntakera. We market
It la this form, and to ceaform to the Govern,
raent specifications, which demand u dry
arsenate of lead, we ship ttf pounds for every
sen pounds Invoiced. Our lead In this forri
Is also more effective, pound for pound, than
that put up In the eilffpaate form in which ll
It usually sold. Our free Booklet 80 con.
taint full Information on Arsenate of Lead.
Write for it.
Carried in stock and fcr sale by
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
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FAINS ACROSS SHOULDERS,
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FOE MAN" WOMAN AND CHILnBub often and Ion, wiU not irrl.
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Veterinary Sunrcon '
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On Way Home
After nil, the American tour of
tlio Australian cricketers who havo
been playing In England Is not to
coma off. Tho Antlpodcans thave
Mulshed their tour of Great Drltnln
and havo already started for homo;
Home of the men went direct to Aus
tralia, whilst others arc taking It
or.sy and returning via Singapore
to their native land.
The team was wonderfully suc
cessful In Knglaud, and It managed
to heat the. pick of tho old country
In tho teat matches. In the county
games tho men from Kangaroo land
did not do as well as somo previous
elevens hno done
Il.irdslcy and Hansford, two joung
left handcrs who were making their
first trip as representatives ot Aus
tralia, did remarkably well, and the
former topped the batting averages
with 47. OS. Hansford was second in
the averages with tho line figures of
Victor Trumper, tho world-ro-nowncd
bntsmnn, who Is making his
sixth trip to Kngland. waB fourth In
tho batting averages 33.37, and M.
A. Noble, tho captain of the team,
ranked sixth with 2G.G0.
Ilardslcy made no less than scvpii
centuries timing tho tour; on two
occasions he scored over 200 runs
21 a and 211. The loft handcr com
piled 2,100 runs In all mutches, and
two of Ills centuries were mado In
a test match. Tho latter feat, of a
hundred runs In each Innings of an
AII-tingland-Australla match, Is
considered a wonderfulone.
ino veterans, sitj uregory apd A.
iPeds Still -At
Outs About Race
Nothing has been settled with ref
erence to the alleged race that Is
supposed to come off somo time In
the future. Everything is In tho
nlr, and none ff the managers ap
pear to know waiat Is to be dono In
Jackson thinks tho Athletic Fark
offer n fair one, and announces his
readiness to rata anyone any dis
tance from rtvc.'inllcs to fifteen. He,
qulto rightly, says ho has no deslro
tt) run anotherjf Marathon race Just
now;. ho has sh wn three times that
ho is the best i inn In the Territory
over tho 20 mil s distance, nnd, tin
tlf sonic new ft uncr appears on tho
Hccne, there is to use of tho clinmJ
plon running ai alnst men who can
not finish tho i Istnnco.
The Japanest papers seem to be
satisfied that 1 suknmoto has no
chanic over tin Marathon distance.
and they all vt ry sonslbly advocato
a ten or fifteen miles race. Suoh an
event would tlrnw a big crowd, nnd
tho Jnpnneso would havo a run for
their money, as there Is no denying
that the nilo man has a wonderful
pneo over ten nillos.
Hut, even sqppoilng that Tsukn-
moto does, not ntcr tho race, a flno
event could bo brought off between
JnehFon, Kaon, Corderlo, Charlie and
Connie Hayes. The latter is a dan
dy runner over any distance from
flte miles to the Marathon, and If
ho would gel Into form should be
able to mnko most of the runners sit
up and take notice.
Dal Kahy, who ran so well in the
previous Marathons, Is anxious to
J. Hopkins, nveragnl with the bntlget Into the game, and It would In-
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St,
0pp. W. Q, Irwin & Co.
19.23 and 1G.23, and It would np
pear as If their best day was past.
In the bowling department W. V.
Armstrong did tho best; he took 120
wickets for 1,085 runs, which works
out tit a cost of 1C.G1 per wicket,
McCartney, another colt, was clout
behind Armstrong, and his average
was 17,40. Cotter, the fast bowler.
captured 83 wickets at nn' averngi
t 29.03. Noble did very little bowl
Ing during the tour, and the fow
wickets he took were expensive
30.87 was the cost per man.
ine Australian eleven was
thought to be very weak when It
left for Knglnnd, nnd old-time play
ers Imagined-that the Kngllshmei
would wipe tho earth with the Kan
garoos. And at first it looked like
that, for the Australians were de
feated by tho county teams of ,o
particular strength, and everyonn
thought they had no chance against
the pick ot England.
However, when tho test matches
were played the Australians rose to
the occasion, and, after a big strug
gle defeated All Englnnd.
Tho present eleven Is not quite ni
strong aa the one which swept the
bo.u-cl In Knglund four year's ago,
but the team did well enough, and
tho Australians aro proud of them.
8 x a
. Detroit Even
Pittsburg and Detroit are putting
up a grea't battle for tho world's
championship, and, at present, the
two teams havo won two gnmes each.
Tho defeat of the Pittsburg nlno
camo as a surpriso to most people
yesterday, and the local followers of
the mainland games could nardly be
lieve that the Dctrolts had white
washed tho Pitts.
Pittsburg must have played a rot
ten game, as the number of error
would Indicate very loose fielding.
However, a different tale will prob
ably be told in today's game, and
should Detroit finally win out In the
championship a lot of tho wise brig
ado will not hnvo car fare home
Tho fans aro certainly getting a
treat, and the new grandstand and
bleachers are reported to be crowded
at every gume. Fifty thousand seats
are filled every day, und the scene
must be a marvelous one when the
bunch gets excited and worked up
to u rooting Btunt.
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Some day Martin Sheridan will
bo like tho man who built an auto
mobile which eventually became his
master. The champion discus throw
er docs not mind giving advice to his
opponents, nnd gradually somo of
them aro getting closer to his mark.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
BOOTS AND SHOES,
YEE CHAN & CO.,
King and Bethel Sts.
crease the Interest a lot It theso men
were Invited to compete.
Although things do not look very
blight as regards n race at present,
It may turn out that the event will
come off as soon as Tsukamoto's
trainers are sure that he has qulto
recovered from tho gruelling he got
In tho last Marathon, , ..,
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Cup For Oahu ,
League Is Offered
I.. I.. McCandless has presented a
cup to the Oahu Baseball I-eaguo, and
It will go to tho winner of tho cham
pionship of the 1009 series. Mr. Mc
Candless forwarded the following let
ter to tho Icaguo, offering them the
To tho President and Representatives
of the Oahu Baseball League.
Gentlemen: Through your leagtio
manager, I am presenting the Oahu
baseball league a i trophy to be known
as suggested by your manager, as tho
Tho same Is offered to tho' club win
ring tho championship of tho Oahu
baseball Icaguo for tho season of 1909,
the said club to bo tho possessor and
outright owner of said trophy, Koi
tho purchase of this cup, I will donnto
tho sum of forty dollars, tho purchase
of which I will leave to the discretlou
of tho leaguo In order that the best
results may bo obtained In tho selec
tion thereof. Wishing tho league con
tinued success, I aril, most sincerely
h. U MCCANDLESS
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Games At Lihue
At Llhue on Sunday last there
wqre two games of baseball, and In
the first, between the Nlumalu and
Yamato nines, no less than 22 runs
were 'scored by the two teams.
Every man on the Yamato nlno
scored, and that Is something of a
record; two players, Mlnatoya and
Dol made no less than three runs
each, and three other players crossed
the home plate twlco during tho
game; the rest of the bunch ot run
getters made one each. The total
was 10 and their opponents only
piled up 6.
The second game was between tho
Llhue and Nlumalu teams, and re
sulted In a win for the former nine
by a score ot 12 to 7, Helns and
Namba made home runs during tho
game, and the rooting was a thing
of Joy when the pair came romping
over the plate In their respective
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Docs swimming lead to matri
mony? It Is just learned that Miss
Hurst and Miss Gallup, who com
peted In the race to Coney Island
lust year, were married a month lat
er on the samo day.
.loo Ilurr Is of tho opinion that
Young Sluth Is the best boy of his
weight In these parts, and Is ready
lo back up tho Rtntement with -the
Much Football Talk
And Good Pratice
There was a fine football practice
out at tho league grounds yesterday
afternoon and somo sixteen players
turned out to work, .Signal practice
was worked out, and the team Is
quickly getting on to Itself In that
line of business.
The town team is coming along In
fine shape, and the men are getting
Into splendid form for their game
against tho. High School bunch.
Dwlght Is In excellent condition,
and will show up well on Saturday;
Dell also Is coming along well, and
Campbcl, who has been acting as
captain, Is doing remarkably good
Tho High-Town game will start at
4 o'clock on aSturday afternoon, and
by' that time a big crowd of football
fans should be at tho league grounds
to watch the opening gamo ot the
Tho Marines are practicing hard
pvery day and their team will bo one
of the strongest In the competition.
The Klfth Cavalry boys have been
Invited to send In a team, and there
Is no doubt that they will do so.
Then tho 20th Infantry from Fort
Shatter are also to tho fore, wheth
er It bo In baseball, boxing or any
other stunt. They may bo depend
ed upon to put a strong lot ot play-
icrs on the gridiron when It comes
to n show down,
Football Is In tho air everywhere,
and at al! the schools things are
looking up In that line. At Puna-
Iioti, Mnckenzlc, tho former even-
time runner of Kamehamcha school,
will make things Interesting for tho
hoys ho ploys against, and ho will bo
a great help to his side.
The first game between Punahou
and tho College ot Hawaii will lake
place on Oct. 30, nnd It should be a
good, snappy exhibition ot football.
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For Sale Everywhere
COX DECLARES FOR
Local and Coast
The Mayor Declared That They Supervisor Insists That the County
." -""""i au an- ooions Are outline in Too
lilted That Such Would Enter
the Kingdom of Heaven.
One of the local concerns making
big prcparatlonst for tho auto show
to be hcd ln tho basement of tho
Emporium durng Portola "week, Is
the White Company, says the Kxaml
ner, C. A. Hawkins, western sales
Much Time logan Proposes
Flan for lessening Clerk's Work
"Unless tho number of meetings of
There was a blast of scrlntural ban-
dlage at last night's session of tho, "'a noanl of 3tiicrvls,r3 inch month
ooaru or Supervisors. Major Kern i "re reduced 1 will bo Lfinmolled to
tender my resignation as h hh.imI.i- .,r
this body" was the declaration made
at last night's session of tho county
and Supervisor Logan participating In
the smart passage ot blbllcrei bon-mots.
It all hamicncd when Clurk Kninmi.
manager ot this company, announced kalanl road a communication from tho i "dons by member Cox.
yesterday that a large shipment of wnjor nominating John K. Kauwalu' The Hitpenlsor wus of tnu onlnlon
exhibition cars would leave the 'or the position of Janitor of Wnluliu thut tho board meetings were coming
Cleveland factory next week, coming i?L' ' , , , .. l- '"'-1' Jlul rut for a member who
to this city a. a special express . " !"? .ff?n
train. .. : r . ,v" " " ""w
"" ...... , ,. , torney In order to determine Whether
' otu,,uis ui rtr.iiio cam win mo appointment of Janitors dovolvcd
Include a complete line of both gas- upon His Honor or upon tho County
onne anu iieam engines ana win ue engineer.
one ot the first shows at which both Mayor Fern Immediately sat up and
cars have been entered. In fact, tho took, notice.
gasoline White will receive practl- Yo,u "ro ,a bmch ot. "u, lldrcn"
cally Its Introduction at this show. J?'y,'?,a.'.,,,,e May,!;- Yo1' an
n. . r-nmni.t. tin. ..iii t,.v. ..-- to "ay ,n"' a" ",0 appointments that
as a complete line will have space. , Mayor havo tnauo aro f
According to report received by the order.
local manager, all of the agents for Logan mildly romarkod "Wo may bo
this car on the coast will' attend the little children but nevertheless wo are
show. An agent In Idaho has writ- tho people who aro slated to occupy
ten that a delegation ot motorics tho Kingdom of Heaven."
from that place-will visit thts city , Ay'ett endorsed the contention of
during that week. ran, ,! om?,of th? appointments
I mado by Mujor Kern were not Just ac
cording tti Hoylo. Tho Mayor prompt
Charles P. Coslett of Los Angeles ly declaiH Aylett as out of order and
after having a year's use, ot his ho subsided beforo tho sudden wrath
Kranklln motor-car still has in all f tho head of tho county board,
four tires the air with which they . J"0, tempest was followed by a per
were orlclnallv Oiled Thv am nla. ,0a of unshlno. The Mayor has been
mond nJ , n.'.J r!n ! rcuete " Governor's office to
""? an.d hB.r!hner.r be'n punc: '"lh copies of all city and county
tured, although they have been used ordinances which In any way pertain
for a dlstanc eof 470 miles. Tho to buildings and sanitation. Tho mem.
car Is a 28 horse-power touring-car. bera of tho Hoard believed that- tho
tt M M i clerk ot tho body bad enough to do
c.t tin., i... ... -... without this extra work and suacested
., ... thm phiiiu. " ",. ,h that clippings from thedally press bo
games ror tne Phillies. Moore Is the fftrwr,irt in in- ,.J,.i..
best "comebacker" ot the year. ones.
resides out ot the city He Insisted
lual.ln order to attend tin- kemilmiu li
was'obllgcd to remain nyvoy from home "'
Cox's sentiments were morq or less
seconded by several other KtiicrvlKora
but no ono sao tho Walaltla legislator
signified tho slightest Intention or se
aratlng himself from the county ny
roll. Tho contention wus raised that
tho board was meeting at.lho rale or
between eight and ten times a month.
Logan 4camo forward with a plan
whereby the work of Clerk Knlauokit
lanl could bo simplified and consider
ably reduced. Ho also believed that
by Injecting a little s)stcm Into tho
Supervisors' proceedings thu tnimlifr
or meetings each month might bo les-
Igan offorod a motion to reduce
the number of meetings ami unl.mii
the matter to a select committed of
three. Tho plan to consider a nuw j-ty
rnd Improved form for pcrpctuitlng - s
ino minutes of tho Supervisors' niivt
Intts will also camn u. bcfoio this '
body. Tho general sentiment ) ex
pressed by all members of tho Hoard
wns to tho effect that tho work of th
Clerk should bo materially reduced. "
tnter-Isl&sj sud O. R. A L. tripping
books for tale it the Dulletla
office. BC acb.
rf .!? ; Seeing
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