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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T? JT( TUESDAY, OCT. '19, 1909.
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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.
S-W. PARIS GREEN
ARSENATE ti Iht killing aceat In Full
Ortto. There muil b lufficlent
tile U kill all tht I meet i or Iht Often
U1 ot b fftctlvt I but if too much Antnia
ii Uft frte' or ot fully incorporttcd with
Iht other Utredleats, th Orecn will blight
Or burn th foliage. There Ii about $ of
frteM or uncombiacd Arieole In S-W, Tarfi
Oreto. 5-W. Pull Creca eonuloi jSfe of
ancaloui oside. It b light In gravity and
will May well In suspension In the ipriytog
Cut providing t uniform mliture that will
ot readily waih off the foliage. The
economy of S-W. Paris Ttreen liei la the
tmrlty of the Ingredient!, the strength of
k poisons and the skill of the uauufatturt.
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Lead U made b,y a new proctit which
renders It the moat effective and eco
nomical Imectidde on the market. It Ii
manufactured from a finely divided floccu
lent base and Is prepared la eofter form then
any other. It conforms to Government
specifications In every retpect, and la order
to keep it always la a condition eaelly worked
up for uie, we do not press oat all the mois
ture as do most other makers. We market
It la th,U form, and to conform to the Govern
ment specifications, which demand 1096 dry
arsenate of lead, we ihlp i tf pounds for every
too pounds Invoiced. Our lead In this form
Is alto more effective, pound (or pound, than
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BY V. I. STEVENSON.
Lightweights To I
Box October 30!
Now lhat Charlie nellly and Dick
Cutlcn arc Blgnecl up to box fifteen
rounds on Oct. 30, Interest In the
game Is reviving a lot, And the talk
uround the sporting resorts all turns
Cullen, who has done good work
In Australia and In the States, has
started In to work for the coming
scrap and Is rapidly getting into
form. It seems as If Kellly will be
extended to the limit when he meets
Cullen; the latter Is a quick man
with his hands and has a wallop In
Rellly's style is well known here,
and his many admirers will, no
doubt, support him to the limit In
the coming contest. Chnrlle Is In
good condition now, and needs very
little work to top him off for the go
with the latest arrival from the
Last night there was a gathering
of sports at which the match was ar
ranged and the papers signed.
Many little matters were gone into
and for a long time there appeared
to be a chanie of a dead lock en
suing. However, after a talk about
these matters things were generally
fixed up without any friction.
The fight Is to he fought under
the clean break rules, and both men
have agreed to box at 133 pounds.
The men should have no trouble In
making the weight, and the twain
should v step Into the ring ready to
buttle for the Hawaiian lightweight
Rellly Is going to train down at
the Marine camp and will have plen
ty of sparring partners for the next
ton dnju. The Marines are fond of
boxing, and several ot them are clev
er with the gloves. Nelson, who Is
well known to the boxing fans, Is al
ways ready to don the mitts and roll
Cullen wfll work out at the Or
pheum theater, and he made a start
yesterday when tie went four, Hunds
with Kid Terry. The latter Is an
aggressive litis man and Cullen, by
the manner in which he handled the
Kid, showed that he knows all
about the game.
Cullen uses his head a lot, and Is
especially good In his foot work. He
has a left that works piston fashion
and also carries a punch in his right
that means trouble if ever it con
nects with Senor Rellly.
High School Will
Play Hawaii College
The're will bo something doing In
the football line next Satuiday,
when the College ot Hawaii and
High School hitch up on the grid
iron. ,l!oth teams have been prac
ticing hard, and the college boys
ure prepared to do or die in their at
tempt to beat the school.
Football has caught on this sea
son O. K., and, although there were
only a few spectators out at the
league grounds on Saturday last,
there are several reasons why it was
In the first place the champion
tennis players were In our midst,
and quit a number of people would
huve gone out to the football only
for that fact. Then the Y. M. C. A.
crusade was on, and many more men
were 'too busy canvassing for the
building fund to find time to visit
the league grounds.
Next Saturday there should be a
fine bunch of fans In the grand
stand, and it is to be hoped that they
are kept there, too, and not allowed
to crowd onto the side lines and
block the people who are seated from
seeing anything of the game.
If there were no grandstand and
bleachers one could understand the
public being allowed to swarm along
the lines, but under the present con
ditions no one except officials should
be allowed on the side lines.
There win be a, practice of the
Town team 'this, afternoon, and all
the players who can possibly make
it are requested to be out at the
grounds at 4:30 or )4B.
Tomorrow afternoon the Marines
and High School will have a prac
tice, and as the Camp Very bos
have been hard at work training for
Bomo time, they should give tne
school team a hard tussle.
Although that king ot games,
Rugby, is being played on the main
land, no move Is being made to in
troduce the game here, It seems a
pity because the California teams
will be traveling back and forth to
Australia In the near future and we
won't have a bunch to put up against
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There are a great many who at
tend a glove fight who appear dis
satisfied when one of the contestants
shows en Inclination to slacken his
pace, or In fact to quit, after taking
an unusual amount ot punishment,
especially on the body, terming him
a "cur1," quitter' and the like. Those
who use such expressions little
know the distress the fighter might
be In at such times.
Just fancy striking a runner In
the pit of the stomach after a long
and fast Bprtnt, and )ou will gain
some knowledge of the fighter's con
dition under somewhat similar con
ditions. I am reminded of an Incident
while rcfereelng1 a curtain raiser to
the main event at the Rellanco Club
at Oakland some years ago.
Jim JefTiles, with his manager.
Hilly Oelaney, was steated close to
the ring. On leaving the same I re
marked to Delaneyf "I hardly
thought that he would quit like that,
limy, rererring to one of the con
testants who allowed himself to be
counted out after taking a fair
amount of punishment.
"Oh, that's all right; he knows
his feeling better than we do, re
plied Delaney. "You bet he does,
repeated Jeffries. , "I have. often felt
like that raseir."
A seasoned fighter pays but slight
attention to blows In 'the face, still
he endeavors to keep the hits scat
tered, nB does a baseball pitcher; for
If the hits are allowed to be bunched
In either Instance a win la liable to
be scored by his adversary,
With the fighter, body blows have
more telling effect, as they soon sap
one's strength, thereby causing leg
weariness, which permits the fellow
with the good punch tb 'land on to
the point of the chin and score a
I once refereed a contest when
both men were knocked out Char
lie Johnson of Bah Francisco and .a
Mexican from Los Angeles by the
name of Martin .
It was a fast fight. In the fourth
round both men let go their rights
for the head, and, 'landing simul
taneously, both went to the mat
Martin was the first to come out
of his sleep. Struggling to a sitting
position facing Johnson, and seeing
the latter stretched out he made an
extra strong effort to arise, just get
ting his hands and knees clear off
the floor before the count ot ten,
thoreby winning. , "
He was unable to stand upright
and his attendants Immediately
rushed In and carried him to his cor
ner, when he collapsed completely,
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Date Is Fixed
Last night the men' who are In
terested In the annual walking race
along Kalakua avenue met, and
much enthusiasm was shown over
the matter. The meeting showed
itself clearly In favor Of amateur
sport, and It seems -as If a Start to
mitigate the professional evil is to
be made at last,
The walking race' will' be over the
same course as that oMast'year, vis,
from the junction pt Kalakaua ave
nue to the Walklkl Inn. .The prises
will be useful little i articles which
all men are glad to have, and aa
the merchants ot the city will again
be invited to donate there should
be plenty of prises tor everybody. '
Although no date was fixed for
the event, It was the thought that
December 12 would be about the
best time for the elimination race.
Once that part of the race Is pau,
the 'remaining contestants who have
covered the distance Inside ot the
time limit will conpete'ln the event
proper, which will probably take
place on the following Sunday.
A small entrance fee of twenty
five centa will be charged, and the
amount obtained expended on the
purchase pt stamps, paper, rope,
etc. - At least fifty heel and tod art
ists are expected to compete In the
walking race, and aa the. distance is
(only about one and three-quarter
miles, some ot the men should out
un road timeH over the dlritince. '
The local snorting writers are
combining on the 'proposition and
wilt do their best to make the raced
a success. A committee win oe se
lected In the near future and all
arrangements perfected fOv the race,
These strictly amateur events will
do a lot to encourage clean sport,
and there is no doubt that there are
plenty of joung athletes In Uls city
who are not after 'the coin all the
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Down at Knneohe on Sunday last
there was an Interesting game of
baseball between the Ktwela and
Koolau nines. The latter team won
by a score of 17 to C, and the fans
were up In the air after that. A
fair sited crowd watchod the game,
and the rooting was Immense when
In the second Inning the Koolau
bunch made Ave runs and led their
opponents, who had piled up four,
by one run.
Baseball Is flourishing down the
other side ot the pall, and the play
ers are very keen on the game. The
line-ups for Sunday's game were as
Koolau Scott, pj Sllva, c; Ka
maunu, lb; Steward, 2b; Pill, 3b;
Iirlght, tut; a. Sllva, If; Lopes, ct;
Klwela Willie, If; David, cf; Ka
lanl, rf; Philip, 3b; Ike, 2b; lopa,
lb; Peter, p; Abra, ss; Ella, c.
8core by Innings:
Koolau 01 S4 1600
Umpire D. Kawnl.
Local and Coast
Tho practice of using the automo
bile as a conveyance for traveling
salesmen Is growing. A case In point
Is that of a Franklin touring car In
which N. K. Smith, a traveling repre
sentative of the Stephen Putney Shoe
Company's Atlanta branch, has Just
comploted a trip from Atlanta, Os , to
Hicnmonu, va., and back, covering
1200 miles and doing business along
the way, but making good time al
though In one place bad roads made
necessary a detour of 25 miles.
With Mr. Smith were Oeorge O. Bur
dlek, representing the same compan)
in Macon, Oa and II. T. Wells of
Zcbulon, Oa., owner of the car, who
uroe it at times eighteen hours
Jay over rough, hilly roads. The car
Is a four-passenger touring car pro
pelled by a four c) Under air-cooled en
glne, and It carried a load of about
set en hundred pounds.
At tho end of the first day the
party reached Anderson, 8. C, attei
going 136 miles. On tho second da
Charlotte, N. C, was reached after a
trip of 1S8 miles, which broke the rec
ord for all cars over that road. On
the following day a quick, run u
made to 'Richmond, Va. "Not evena
puncture delayed the party.
The route taken with tho Franklin
Is In general that over which Is to be
held the run between New York and
Atlanta which Is' being arranged by
the Atlanta Journal and New York
Horald. Of road Improvement for the
benefit ot southern automobllists Mr.
"The Ocorgla roads along the Journal-Herald
highway are being worked
to a finish. They are 'being built 80
feet wide, well graded, and with terra
cotta piping In place of the former
drains. The South Carolina roads are
receiving similar attention and an
very line In places. North Carolina,
of course, b u great deal of macad
am already, and with the exception If
Davidson County It show up tine
The road Jn, southern Virginia are In
horrible- condition. They haven't
been worked or graded since the
In Duluth, Minn, a contest Is being
conducted, such aa has been held In
a number ot other cities, to disclose
the identity of a mysterious person
age who daily wandera about the
streets and meets and converses with
people who have been informed of the
project In advance through the news
paper columns. In this case the mys
terious person goes by the name of
Miss Dolly Dimples. Ono of the first
of her performances In Duluth was
the purchase ot a Franklin automo
bile, her Identity not being discovered
by any of tho salesmen In the head
quarters of the Franklin dealer. The
day waa a rainy one, and ot Its oc
curences Miss Dimple says:
"It had been my Intention to ride
to the cornor of Third avenue west
and Superior street In my brand new
Franklin auto and let you all take a
good look at me undisguised before
the opening of the contest, but the
weather was so inclement that I
feared the crowd would hot 'turn out,
so I did not.
I waa supremely happy. Not only
was kind heaven sending down a love
ly storm, but I had just purchased
an "angel" of an auto, and the vory
thought ef Its luxurious comfort mado
me sing to myself as gteofully as a
"Friends, figuratively speaking, I
doff my hat to Duluth'a up-to-date en-
torprlslng- business men, Your city
did something for me yesterday which
New York was unable to do and that
was to sell me a car and deliver It
"I spent some time yesterday
searching tor a good machine and
bought my hadsomo big Franklin of
tho Russell Motor Company. Mr.
Russell himself waited .upon me. He
Is a lovely gentleman, genial and
American business men are planning
to organise asIlusso-Amertcan cham
ber of I qomtnerce In fit, .Petersburg.
The Stpte Department 1n(Washlngton
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Saturday Afternoon and Evening, October 23rd.
Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
Armstrong and VerneComedy Company
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NOTHING BUT FUN FROM START TO FINISH.
Seats on Sale at Bergatrom Music Co.
SUNDAY, OCT. 24TH.
U. S. M. C. vs. J. A. C.
K. A. C. v. C. A. C.
SEATS 10c, 15c, 25c
Seats 10c, 15c, 25c
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
186 HOTEL STREET.
For home entertainment.
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KODAK DEVELOPING ,
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The Sanitary Kalsomine.
A dry powder which it
ready for use when mixed
iwth water. It makes a beau
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AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
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