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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
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S-W. PARIS GREEN
ARSENATK I Iht killing Ccat In Parll
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ale to kilt all tha Iniecti or thi Orrtn
will not ba affactlvt I but if too much Ant nio
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tha other lagrtdteats. tht Orcen will blight
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will ttay wtll la tutpcaiion In tht iprartag
can. providing a uniform mlituro that will
ot readily wath off the foliage. The
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SHERWIK-W1LUAMS Ai-tintta of
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BY 7. 1. STEVENSON.
Cullcn And Reilly ,
Jack Scully, who Is managing the
Ciilleu Rollly boxing contest, hns not
)et decided upon where to have the
match como off. The Orpheum The
ater will bo pccupled by a company
which Is returning from Hllo and, con
sequently, will not be available.
llowoer, negotiations are under
(not to try and havo tho match brought
off at another location, and some time
today the matter may b6 settled one
wny or the other.
Yesterday afternoon tho usual bunch
of sportn rolled up to the Orpheum
and watched Cullen at work. Ho had
lor a sparring partner Kid Terry and
the sailor lad certainly made It willing
for tho man from the Coast. Time
after time, Cullen would steady the
Kid with a straight left, but the othor
would come back and do the Oliver
The go was as willing as If It were
tho real thing In the squared circle
lor coin. The two men went at one
another with a dash that kept tho
fans seated around tho stage on tip
too with ooccltement. Cullen would
let loose his famous shift and throw
ocr right and left to the Kid's head
and the latter would reply with a
couple of beauties on the face.
Flvo rounds of good lively stoush
were handed out and at times the mon
rlmply rcycled In the work. Cullen
Is ranldly getting Into good condition
and will step Into tho ring on October
30 In the best of form.
Charlie Reilly Is going strong down
at tho Marine Camp and does not want
for chopping blockB. Dal Fahy, the
long distance runner, was boxing with
Rcllly yesterday, and the toll fellow
showed up pretty well. He used to
i.par with Dick Sullivan when the lat
ter was In training for the middle
weight championship, but yesterday
tho runnor showed up better than ever
he did In tho past.
The fight for the lightweight cham
pionship should be a clean exhibition
ot the art of boxing,, and the .fact that
the men will fight clean break Is ap
proved ot by airlhe"fans."
Much Interest la
Now that tho amateur sports are
attracting attention Instead of the
professionals occupying the center
of the stage, the talk Is all football,
walking races, jnchUng and other
branches of the sport.
The walking race along Kalakaua
avenue to the Walklki Inn is being
looked forward to by all tho peds of
the city, 'and there Is no doubt that
a large entry list will be made up
before the book closes.
Most of the heel and too artists
are already In tralnlug for the event,
and from the form shown by a few
of them the record for the distance
Is going to be broken easily.
When the men, who are going to
walk Una up at the junction ot Kala
kaua avenue and King street there
should be somewhere near fifty hik
ers in the line. The final of the
race will come o ffa w'eek before
Xmas, and all the peds will have the
worry of training o ffthelr minds
and feel freo to enjoy their annual
big blow out.
The merchants of the city are be
coming interested In the race and
will no doubt donate prizes as they
did last year. The elimination race
will take place on Dec. 12, and those
wjio qualify by covering the dis
tance Inside the time limit will, on
the following Sunday, compete over
tt tt tt
Down at the Athletic Park prepar
atlons are being made for the free-
for-all running race that is to come
off on Nov. 7. The entry list Is now
open, and as the prize money will be
very liberal, there Is no doubt that
a large entry will be made for the
Tho'othor Marathon and shorter
distance races drew great crowds,
and, although the latest one was
spoiled by a man who was not fit
to run the" distance competing, the
public had a good afternoon's sport?
A fifteen mile race would be very
attractive, and with the various
champions of the different nationali
ties striving against one another,
the result should be In doubt up to
the tape let us hone they have a
tape this time,
Thousands of persons at Monterey,
Mexico, are facing starvutlon because
of tho recent floods. Pood and cloth
ing aro needed ami an appeal Is made
to tho United States for aid.
HONOLULU, T..H., THURSDAY,
AJid Some Doings
Thero was a meeting of the board
of control of the school football clubs
last night, and It was decided, after
some discussion, that the Interschol
astlc matches should be played on
It was also decided to make an ad
mission charge qf twenty-five cents
to the ground. hAll the people who
attend tho garnet 'ok requested to
enter the grounds at the main gate,
which is just where the Manoa car
There was a practice game yester
day afternoon between the Marine
team and the High (School, and the
heavy men from Caijip Very did not
have to worry much over their
lighter opponents. Nelson, the well
known boxer,-fobli n hand In the
game, and his strong amis and broad
back were of 'great' service to his
High 8chool showed up well In the
practice gatuo, although they were
very light as compared with the Ma
rines. The game, j however, was
a good one, and the boys stuck to
their work like tigers.
Next Saturday, When the School
meets tho College, there should be
some One football seen, ,and as a
Japaneso Is going to play full back
for the School, It will be more or
less n cosmopolitan team that faces
The Kuhns brothers will play for
the College, and the two joung fel
lows will bring into the game some
of the vim and go they acquired
when climbing over the gulches 'on
the HamakUa coast a year or so ago.
High School had ft.blt of bad luck,
yesteruay, when Abe Norton, one of
their best players, sprained his back,
and consequently will not be able
to play next Saturday It was amus.
Ing yesterday afternoon to see Nel
son of the Marines, ean over and
grab Henry Chllllngwortb by the
neck after every sgnal. i ,
Now that footbaU has started
properly, all'therSraVerVare getting
Into the game and the teams are
being built dp to their best possible
form and condition. The' prospects
ror tne game are very bright at
M tt H
Sea Wren Is'
Quite a crowd of "men who are
Interested in sailing turned up at
the Heatanl boat shed yesterday aft
ernoon to have a look at the Sea
Wren, Galloping Mury, slip' through
The breeze was light,' -but still
there was enough wind to give a
fair Idea of what the little craft can
do. The battens which were Insert
ed in the sail proved to be a great
Improvement, and all those who
looked Into the matter agreed that
the boat behaved much better since
the Introduction of the strips of oak.
.Sea Wrens are becoming very pop
ular, and quite a number ot men are
waiting their chance "to get one ot
the small hookers. The list ot pros
pective owners of-Wrens -Is a long
one, and when the boats are all sup
piled there should be same fine
sport on the harbor.
n u a
Local and Coast
Doonoy Hartmann has ordered a
fine Rambler car from the coast, and
It should arrive in the near future.
Dooney is one of the best known fel
lows In town, and he n sura to do
a thriving business with his new
The Royal Hawaiian Oarage Is
busy all the time, and Manager
Wells is up toibls.eyes In work. All
the cars have been gone over, and
they are all, In first-class condition
VThe Inquiries about.'.the Hudson'
Twenty car are as numerous as ever,
and there seems no doubt of the fact
that the low-priced .machines will
go off In quick order -hn they are
put on the local market..
: n ,
J. I. Carper of Denver has a 20-
horse-power Franklin motor car which
was built three years 'ago and which
since that time has run more than
eighty-five thousand miles. "I think,"
he said recently, "It never" will wear
out, and nevor haa It healed for us."
Mayors of cities and editors , of
newspapers in Alnacka have Joined In
a telegram to President Toft, urging
1 m to promoto congressional action
I anting the territory an elective leg-
1 laturo. . , ,..,'
OCT. 21, 1909.
Race Is Rowed
Twelve sturdy oarsmen from the
United States battleship Minnesota
rowed themselves to glory and to gold
on October 2, In au exciting three-mile
race for the Battenberg Cup on the
North River. Tho boat's crew from
tho Louisiana, which held the cup, fin
ished In a desperate nip and tuck with
the Minnesota's men.
Two crews from tho Drltlsh fleet
who started In the race were badly
beaten. One of them was a bad third
and the other failed to finish. The
cup will now go to the Minnesota.
It was a double Yankee victory.
First honors and tho cup went to the
Minnesota dozen, but only by tho
scantest of margins, for as tho finish
lino was crossed, after a desperate
struggle against a strong wind, the
winners were only one second, or less
than half a boat' length, In front of
The crew from tho British battle
ship Drako finished third, more than
one hundred yards back. Another
British crew, off the Inflexible, did not
IlnlBh. Tho strain was too much for
the men, who quit half k mile from
tho finish. The time of the winner
was 28m, 24s,
Greatest Race Ever.
The raco was the greatest of Its
kind ever seen In these- or any otbei
waters. Qray-bearded veterans ot the
sea who have seen hundreds of con
tests did not hesitate In uttering "tho
Among those who spurred the stal
warts on by words of encouragement
was Admiral 8lr Edward Hobart Bey
mour of the British Navy. Steaming
alongside of the crews from the start
ing point off Fort Washington as a
guest of R. A. C. Smith in a fast
luunch he., directed his attention to
bis native sons. Before three-quarters
of the distance had been rowed they
were so hopelessly beaten that theh
admiral went to the sldo of tho two
American boats and by words and
movements of his arms spurred them
on to greater effort.
Tlrst ho yelled to the Louisiana
crew to make up the short distance on
the Minnesota, but when his efforu
proved fruitless he swung his boat
around to tho side of the Minnesota
and there pleaded with that crew to
go faster. At the end he lost no tlmt
In ranging alongside tho winning boat
and congratulating the victors on
Favorite In the Betting.
The Minnesota because of Its great
record was the. favorite before the
race. White U lras the'' f avo.rite:,thU
made1 no difference to the jackles In
regard to their wages. All of them
abided by the custom ot their calling
and plunged on tho crews represent
ing their ships. And they bet with
Carrying most of the monoyt they
were paid last week they bet It reck
lessly. It was sold that not less Utah
$25,000 changed hands on the result.
The contest was practically a two
boat affair from the start. As Ensign
W. 8. McCllntlc, of the battleship Con
nectlcut, fired his gun at the start the
forty-eight husky oarsmen began their
struggle down the river on even term
with their oars swinging like so many
well regulated clock pendulums.
For a- quarter of a ml e along the
Jersey (shore they sped along without
any one gaining a big advantage. Tho
Minnesota .was aiways In front, but to
keep thero during this flrst spurt Its
men were compelled to do their best.
The Louisiana was at Its side, and the
Britons within1 easy striking distance.
As tho race progressed the wind In
creased. It seemed to have a bad ef
fect on the Britons, but seemed to
spur on the Yankees.
At the end of tho flrst mile tho two
American crews were fighting for the
lead many lengths In front ot the Brit
ish. With 'each succeeding stroke
Uncle Sam's men Increased their lead.
As they passed each of the war ves
sels the jackles gave vent to their
feelings with round after round of ap
plause. British Crsw Had to Give Up.
Nearlng tho British battleship In
flexible, which la anchored off One
Hundred and Twenty-ninth street, the
men In the Inflexible boat showed
signs of fattguo, and aftor a hundred
more desperate tugs dropped their
Loars and quit. In 'the mean time the
Minnesota and Louisiana were spurt'
Ing to the finish, neck and neck, and
the Drake's crew was plugging along
In a vain effort to last out the race.
It was the fifth race for the cup
which had been presented to the
Amorlcan fleet by the British i Ave
taats 'ago. It has been won twice by
Kthe'-llllnols, once by the Louisiana,
jancs'by tho British ship Argyll,
According to the conditions under
atklnl. rliA Aim ! mrfin nviil hntil Ida
n,,,v ... .-. -wm ... ....... ..v
holder must defend It within twenty
days after a challenge, is received
and should a British boat be in port
at the time it must be Invited to com
pete. The cup Is a permanent Amer
ican trophy, but In case of a British
victory the name of tho victorious
crev. must be engraved on tho cup.
The Stale Department recently tiled
with the British ombassy at Washing
ton tho government's case In the New
fpundland fisheries controversy. Tho
cne of tho British government will be
filed with tho Ameitcan ambassador at
London. TTiIb record will bo submit'
ted to the International bureau at The
Wednesday Evening, October 20th. Thursday Euning, October 21st.
Saturday Afternoon and Evening, October 23rd.
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a great civil war picture
cavalry, infantry and
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