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EVEN'INa BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. IL, FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1909.
THERE are very few farmers, nurserymen,
horticulturists, etc., nowadays who don'ttipprc
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 arc two poisons which you can rely
on absolutely. They arc carefully and skillfully made
of the purest 'raw materials S-W. Paris Green and
S-W. Arsenate of Lead.
S-W. PARIS GREEN
ARSENATE ii the killing inert In Tarti
Green. 1 hre muit b lullicient an
tile to kill Jll the lmccti or the Green
will net be effective j but if too much Arte me
If left "free," or not fully incorporated with
the other (ojreditnti, ilia Green will blight
cr burn the folia ;r. There I about of
"free" or uncombined Arsenic In SW. Peril
Green. S-W. Tafli Green contain! $6 of
anenlout oxide. It li light la cmtty And
will itiy well In suspension In the iprijrtag
can, providing a uniform mixture that will
rot readily vaih off the follaet. The
economy of S-W. Tarts r.reen lies la the
purity of the Ingredients, tt strength cf
v4 potions and the skllt of the Manufacture.
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of time. There are other reasons almost equally as im.
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renders It the most effective and eco
nomlcal Insecticide on the market. It Is
manufactured from a finely divided floccu
lent base and Is prepared In softer form than
any other. It conforms to Government
specifications In every respect, and In order
to keep It alwi) sin a condition easily worked
tip forme, we do not press out all the mois
ture as do most other makers. We merktt
It la this form, and to cenform to the Govern
raent specifications, which demand soft dry
arsenate oflead, we ship is) rounds for every
eo pounds Invoiced. Our lead In this form
Is also more effective, pound for pound, than
that put up la the stiff pane form In which It
Is usually sold. Our free Hook let H-o con
taint full Inforouiioa on Arsenate cf Lead
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TJnli nflfm n,.rl Irmrr ..rill f .VvJ
vtitii vKl ? IIWK till
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
That nu agreement iib to n laco over
iciino dlstanco or unnllier liny liu coino
In toilay Ih the tiplnlun (if some paoplu.
It Is tn liu hoped that koiiicIIiIiik lie
ilonu In the Hinder mm way or another.
Kcrjbmly Is Hick nrnl tlivil uf the
whole nrf.ilr, un.l Hlerm nru lieiiiK Ink
en to have another race nrrnnKeil be
tween llncti, Conleilo, Kahy, Downey
ntul another dark lmrao from Mnnl.
TIiIh elimination of the hunch of rim-
r.orn who nitf IioMIiik up the snort for
more money, "111 ho a Rood thing, nrnl
the class of race put up hj the men
mentioned hhove Hhoulil hu ood
cnoiifili for anybody.
If the "immnKers" of tho various
runners who nru mnklnR nil the fuss,
want n race, let them each back their
own man, and In that way put up a
purse Hint might nttract the elite of
the professional pods In this country,
niii!. at Hie sumo time, not worry tho
Hcihert Cordelio has signified his
wish to enter for the much delayed
race, nnd Connie Hayes claims that ho
should bo considered also.
ltecauso u man nppcars tn have a
IoIIowIhk of fans who wilt dig up two
I Its to sec him rim, and thicntens to
keep his bunch nwny If certain terms
are not nimo to, is no reason why that
particular runner should not bo
chopped, nnd others put In Ills place.
However, there Is no denying that
cnnl licr ten miles race between Kaon
and Tsulrimoto would ho well worth
i-celnK Conlerlo, Hncs nnd Juckson
would lend spice to tho event, although
the latter runner docs not appear to be
Gives Good Show
Last night nt the Orphcum Theater
n good sized crowd rolled up to glvo
ICddlo Fernandez, the well known base
ball and sport, a scud-oft In his new
venture as n moving picture man.
Tho genial Kdillc put up a really
good program and, besides tho cele
brated Marathon film, had several oth
er pictures that all appealed to the
Wllllnm Kerr, tho well knowii nma
tour comic Mugex, rendered u ditty
about n lady called Mabel, and the
strenuous ways shu had about Iter,
Kerr's appeal to tho young lady was
touching and his pleading that sho be
s easy as she could brought down the
Another Item that stirred tho audi
enco up to dcmnndlng an encoro wns
the turn of Mr. Nalnon nnd his two lit
tle children. Tho fathor ployed a Io
liti and tho youngsters accompanied
him on mandolin and zither. The uct
wns good am) tho lltllo girl performer
was delightfully quaint In her actions.
Other ttunts were brought oft nnd
tho turn of tho gentleman who gave
Imitations of an express train nnd oth
er familiar things was a really flno
IMdlo has made n good start In tho
motion picture business, and the en
tertainment, taken altogether, was
good. Another p&rformmico will bo
plven tonight and tomorrow, Saturday,
a Bpeclal progra mwlll bo put on,
Three games each Is tho tally up
till this morning In tho wot Id's cham
pionship scries. As related In yester-.
day's Dili lot In, tho Detroit team
defeated the I'lttsbuig nlno by a score
of 5 to I. It must have been a won
derful gamo and one that makes a mini
wish ho were on the mainland to see
such man clous play.
Pittsburg Is thought by good Judges
of the game, to have a cinch on tho
championship, but, judging finm tho
way tho games aio going, tho lam els
arc Up In the air, and It. In haul tu say
who will giab them.
One thing Is certain nnd that Is that
tho series at piesent being phijcd Is a
wonderfully exciting ono, and tho
enormous crowd that uttends tho gama
must ho having a great time of St.
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On Sunday afternoon noxt theio will
ha a sailing raco between tho Pearl
nnd tho Hen wien Galloping Mary. Tho
start will bo made at 2 o'clock and
will bo ncioss a lino drawn finm tho
Quarantine station to tho wayn, '
Unless Chillies A. Zntrhklo. who
disappeared finm lloonton, N. J., two
eais ago, icturiia to his family wllh
In four yeius ho will Into a leg icy of
(20,000 left him by his father, condi
tionally. Dr, 11. II, Cuhell, fnr many yens
piesldcnt of Potter college, died sud
denly nt Howling (Ircen, Ky. Ho was
t!2 jcars old.
Tomorrow nftci not n In San Kran
clscn, will bo stage I ono mure fistic
battle tor tho world's Championship.
Jack Johnson, tho present champion,
will engagu Stanley Ketchel, tho latest
aspirant for tho highest honors In thu
Hiunicd circle. In a bout that Is being
talked of all ocr the earth at the
Johnson will piobnblywln from tin
rmnlter man as tho latter has never,
In most people's opinion, done enough
to entitle him to a show against the
negro.- Johnson Is a wonderful fighter,
rnd even tils greatest detractors have
not been able to identify tho streak of
yellow with which some persons say
ho Is tnlntcd.
Stanley Kctchcll, tho "Assassin," ns
his followers delight to call him. Is a
man who had the luck of the world to
get into first class company ns he did.
Kighting In the middleweight qlass, ns
ho did for some time, ICetchetl cleared
up all In Bight until he bumped Into
Hilly Papke, who gave him several
The Kctchell-Papko contests flavored
somewhat of the fako order, else how
can tho In and out way In which the
"AKsasslu" fought, bo accounted for?
Hrltt's heart must have been In his
mouth the last time Kctchcll nnd Pnp
ko met, ns it looked as if Kctchcll had
lost a lot of the dash and vim that he
was prolously noted for.
On tho occasion oil their meeting for
tho second time, Papke simply pol
Ished Stanley off in quick order, and
thus b'ecamo the- champion middle
weight. It wns in the next fight that
Ketchell regained his lost title, and
then through good management was
matched for the heavyweight title.
The result of tomorrow's match will
bo cabled here tu time to catch the
II u 1 1 C 1 1 n'8 second edition, and It
goes without saying Hint the referee's
verdict will bo nwalted .il!i great In
terest by nil the sportc of tho Terrl
All Ready For
Tomorrow afternoon at the League
grounds tho much talked-of opening
gamo of the football season will take
place. Tho Town team will meet tho
High School hunch, nnd a good expo
sition of tho American game will take
Tho game, which will start nt U:3C
o'clock, should bo u lino one and no
doubt a big ciuwd will go out to tho
grounds und dig up tho email admls
blon chat go that will bo made.
The High School team will not be
as light as most people imagine It to
be, and what the boys do lack in the
way of weight, will bo moro than made
up for by tho concerted play and dash
they will put Into the gamo.
Campbell will .captain tho Town
team and ho Is n good man tn lead a
hunch to victory. Ho knos tho game
and can bo relied upon to see that
each member of his aggregation of
stars does hie work on the field of bat
tle. tt tt 8
Local and Coast
Manager Wells aipl his start are kept
busy up nt tho Hoynl Hawaiian gar
ngo and tho repair and fitting shop Is
going all the time.
Down nt tho Schuman garage the
popular i:. .M. 1 Studebaker Is still
monaich of all the machines In stock,
and tho. demand lor these cars Is phe
nomenal. Several B. M. K.a have been
ordered to an he, and nil over tho
gioup may bo found the car that the
Schuman peoplu handle
Tho Associated Unrngo pcoplo half
expect a couplo of enrs by tho Ala
meda, which arrived today, Tho dial-meiB-Detiolt
people are so rushed for
orders that tho local agents cannot bo
bine when to expect machines. The
Hudson Twenty Is still to come, and
not even the demonstrating car has
come to hand so far.
As showing tlio usefulness of tho
auto-truck business houses In this city,
It may ho stated, ns an example that
Messrs. Heniy May & Co, have had a
Huplil Motor'Ti licit lu use forltho past
blx mouths, und It has met with no pll
lkln of any soit. Tho truck displaced
tin oo twohorso teams nnd docs tho
necessary delivery work In much
WING ON CHONG
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AUiiiK juui pitiuica nt aim vw 11
design a frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel, 0pp. the Empire,
Po. 0. Box 771.
quicker time. ' Tho cost of upkeep for
tho machine (gasoline, oil, etc.) Is
much less than for tlieslx horses bo
foic kept, and tho Bcnico Is much bet
ter lu every way,
Manager Dodge, of tho von Hnmni
Young garage, reports that his force Is
kept, busy in the lepalr shop, and that
thu auto business Is thriving. A great
demand has been made for Packard
cms, and n number of patrons of tho
company nio noxiously nwaltlyg the
arrival of their cars.
Wlltard Drown, Mrs. Allen, Charles
Dartlelt and Mrs. Hartwcll have ord
ered I'ackardB, and a rnv, string ut
other would-be purchasers nro on, the
bile engine must hnve a fnn such ns
nil wnler-coolcd motors have. That
such Is not the fact, ho.wcver, Is be
ing given n demonstration by .the 11.
II, Finnklln'" Manufacturing Com
pany. This company In putting out
Its automobiles for the 1910 season
bus abandoned the fan, and the cur
rent of air which cools tho cnglno
cylinders Is moved solely by the fly
wheel, which lspmade.ofjiUch n type
ns to pioduce a strong suction.
Knch cylinder has a separate cur
rent of cooling air, which Is applied
first to the hottest part of tho cylin
der, namely the top, nnd Is then
drawn to the bottom along vertical
cooling flanges. lly this arrange
ment nil parts of the circumference
of each cylinder are equally cooled.
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Full Results Of
Xow that the Australian cricket
eleven tour of England Is finished,
and tho men returning home. It will
be of Interest to local players to,
know how the various matches went.
From the list printed below It will
ho seen that tho big majority of the
matches were drawn. Thirteen
matches were won outright, and, al
though that number looks very small.
It must he remembered thnt Included
In the winning list are two victories
Of the five test matches played
Australia won two, lost one nnd drew
the remaining couple. During tho
tour only four matches were lost out
right and that Is a good record. The
complete list follows:
MATCirBS WON (13).
May 6 v. Notts, won by Innings and
May 10 v. Northans, won by nine
Juno 7 v. Hampshire, won by six
Juno 10 v. Somerset, woniby two
-v. England, won by nlno
Juno 17 v. West of Scotland, won
by Innings and 188 runs.
July 1 v. England, won by 126
July 8 v. Worcester, won by Innings
nnd 112 runs.
July 12 v, Gloucester, won by In
nings and 5 runs.
July 22 v. DcrbyBhlre, won by ten
August 2 v. South Wales, won by
August 5. v. Lancashire, won by 47
August 2G. v. Sussex, won by ono
MATCHES DllAWN (20).
May 13 v. EsBex. Australians, 609
fnr six (dec.) ; Essex, 148 and 344 for
May 24 v. Oxford University. Aua
tiallans, 247 nnd 167 for three; Ox
ford U., 132.
May 31 v. Leicester. Australians.
182 and 47 for two; Leicester, 272
and 85 for Ave (dec.).
Juno 3 v. Cambridge U. Austral
ians, 307; Cambridge 154. and 62 for
June 21 v. Yorkshire. Australians,
77 for. three; Yorks, 299.
Juno 24 v. Lanes and Yorks. Aus
tralians, 217 for six; Lanes and Yorks,
15 ror two.
June 28--v. Scotland.
121 and 147 for seven;
July 0 v. Warwick.
I5G; Warwick. 186 and 185 for eight.
July 15 v. Surroy. Australians, 180
nnd 12G for six, (dec); Surrey, 209 nnd
29 for no wicket,
July 19 v. Yorkshire. Australians,
207 and 53 for no wlcketf Yorks, 346
and 172 for bovcii (dec.).
July 26 v. England. Australians,
1.47 and 279 for nlno (dcO ; England
119 and 108 for threo.
July 29 v. Yorks and Lanes. Lanes
and Yorks. 261 for four.
August 9 v. England. Australians,
320 and 339 for flvo (dec.); England,
352 and 104 for threo.
AnguBt 12 v. England XL (Dlack
pool), Australians. 326 and 390 for
beven) ; England XL, 507.
August 16 v. Gloucester. Austral
ians. 215 nnd 247 for eight; Gloucester,
411 for eight (dec).
Aifcust 19 v. Kent. Australians,
C22 for nlno: Kent, 319.
August 23, v. Middlesex. Middle
sex, 307 for Ave,
August 30 v. M. C. C. and Ground.
Australians, 434; M, C. C, 188 and 187
for ono. '
September 2 v. Essex. Australians,
278; Essex, 263 and 57 for ono.
Septcmbcrf 6 v. Englnnd Xf. (Ut
toxeter). Australians, 110for soven;
Englnnd XI 140.
September 15 v, South of England
(Hnstlngs). Australians, 199; South,
170 and 132.
MATCHES LOST (4).
May 17 v. Surrey, lost by 5 runs.
Mny 20 v. JL C. 0, and ground, lost
by linen wickets.
Mny 27 v. England, lost by ten
Soptemher 9 v. An Englnnd XL
(Scai borough), lost by 133 runs.
Hawaiian Opera House
Changes His Bill
25c, 50c and 75c
SUNDAY, OCT. 17.
1:30 F. M.
K. A. C. vs. J. A. C.
U. S. M. C. vs. C. A. C.
First Oame of Second Series.
Seats 10c, 15c, 25c
Friday, Oct. 15, 1909
Frizes Given Best Dressed.
' Gents 50c ladies Comp1.
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some as to be suitable for wall cov
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
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EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10 .30
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Fort Street, Below Beretania.
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ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY." '
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ADMISSION AS USUAL.
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Betiiel Kr
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ni i o mock.
Admission 10c Ladies Free.
Musio by Kawaihau Glee Club.
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