EVENING BULLETIN, HONOMJUJ, T. M WEDNESDAY, OCT 20, ,'09.
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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.
SW. PARIS GREEN
ARSENATE U Iht killing agent In Ptrti
Orctn. Thtre muitb luAklcnt wie
nie to kilt all th tnsccti or th Green
will not bi tflecttv I but if too much Arsenic
ilUn "fre,"or not fulty incorporated with
the other UgrtdicnM, th Green will blight
or bum the fobigt. Thcra It about of
"fret" or uocombioed Arsenic In 5-W. Parle
Oreen. 5-W. Paris Green contain. j6 of
nrtenloat oxide. It U lieht In gravity and
will May well In luipennoa In the spraying
can providing a uniform mixture that will
not readily waih off the foliage. The
economy of SW, Parli Are en ties la the
purity of the fagrtdltnU & strength of
i poliona and the skill of the Manufacture.
Carried in stock
E. 0. HALL
If you are about to buy a refrigerator, take our ad
vice and Rive the matter of selection great care, for there
nre many things that dcoeod 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
nny dirt to collect in it. Second, economy; some refrigera
tors fairly eat ice, others keep it for the maximum length
of time. Then are other reasons almost equally as important.
Sec our stock and we
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S-W. ARSENATE OF HAD
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS Anenate of
Lea 1 le made by a new proceae which
renders It the moat effective and eco
nomic at Iniectidde on the market. It la
manufactured from a finely divided rloccu
lent bate and la prepared la softer form than
any other. It conforms to Government
specifications In every reipect. and In order
to keep It always In a condition eaiUy worked
tip for use, w do not press out all the molt
lure as do most other makers. We market
It In this form, and to conform to the Govern
tnent specification!, which demand 109 dry
arsenate of lead, we ship ut pounds for every
see pounds Invoiced. Oar lead In this form
Is also more effective, pound for pound, than
that put up In the stiff paste form In which It
Is usually sold. Our free Booklet B441 con
tains full lafermatios on Arsenate of Lead.
Wiilt for It-
and for sale by '
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will point out to you how to
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BY V. L. STEVENSON.
t rj J T already played ball with profession
Itl tiara l rainiug nls, begin to handle a surplus ovr
Yesterday afternoon nt the Or-
pheutn Theater Dick Cullcn, who Is
to box Charlie Ucllly nt tho end of
this month, Btarted training In
earnest, nnd n crowd of sports rolled
up (o the old familiar stamping
grounds of the pugs to see the light
weight nt work.
Ctillvn, who strips well, Is a clever
little fellow, nnd, Judging from the
way In which ho thumped the bag
jestcrday, has a wallop that means
business If once It lands.
The mnii from tho coast Is, doing
n lot of good work, and is rapidly
getting his bellows Into good or
der. Ills form alrcndy, as regards
vlnd, Is much better than when ho
started In to train a louple of dns
Kid Terry, who sparred with Cul
lcn estcrday. Is willing enough and
he kept on after tli emalnland boy
all tho time. The lads went live
rounds at a fast clip and roused the
spectators by the exhibition of box
ing they gave.
Cullcn has boxed In many differ
ent parts of tho world, and, besides.
showing good form In Australia,
went to South Africa and there de
feated llniney Malone, the man who
polished off lloer Unholz In Beven
Rellly Is trnlnlng down at Camp
Veiy, and haR plenty of material to
box with. Yesterday afternoon he
Worked out with sovcral of the ma
rines and tho boys kept him busy.
It has not yet been decided on
where tho men will box, but a suit
able hall will be selected some times
this weok, und the details of the con.
'test advertised. The two light
weights would appear to be fairly
evenly matched, and the go should
be u good one; Cullen Is taller than
Kellly, but the latter Is more solidly
The men are training In earnest
for tho mill, and mean to leave no
stone unturned to fit themselves' for
tho contest for the Hawaiian light
Next Saturday the All-Sthool
football scries will start, nnd tho
Reason promises to be a good one.
All tho scholars are hard nt work
practicing the game, nnd from the
present look at things the matches
are going to be very close and ex
citing. The first game for Saturday next
will be between the High School and
the College' of Hawaii, and It should
be ono of the best, Tho School hn
already played a drawn game with
tho Town team, and they will put
up a flno light against their heavier
opponents on Saturday nfternooa
Tho High School will hnvo a prnc.
tfee this afternoon with the Marino
team and nil tho signal play wll
be developed and the men kept up
to the mark as Tar as secret play
It la said that a charge will be
made at the gates for the school
games, and that the amount wll) be
fifty cents per head. This Is a false
step to make In many people's opin
ion, but the school authorities know
their business best, nnd It remains
to be seen how the idea will work
Uniforms cost money, and the bats
and balls for baseball are also cost
ly"; 'the plea that the schoolboys
cannot afford to buy the material
and have to get up entertainments
in ordor to purchase supplies is true
"Medals mean merit I
Highest awards Chicago I
1893; Parts 1900; St. Louis I
1904; New Orleans 1885." I
W. 0. PEACOCK & CO., Lid. I
' enough, but the danger comes In
when the bojs, Bome-of whom hav
the actum cost or uniforms.
It is sad to see the gato money
proposition getting Into the schools;
we have seen enough of It among
the older men, and, It docs not auger
wcu ror the ruture'or amateur sport
In these Islands.
Talk arid Rumors
Next Sunday at-the Athletic Park
the two games will' be as follows:
Marines vs. J. A. as' and Kallhls-v..
C. A. C. Although the class of ball
put up last Sunday was not up to
the 'usual brand handed out by the
Juniors, It Is promised that next
Sunday will tell a different tale.
Hut there are signs that the In
evitable has come to pass and the
games are not as they used to be.
The wuy some thlngi are run In this
town Is fierce, and It takes no time
for nny sport to be run Into the
There Is too much petty Jealousy
for one thing, and there are too
many of a certain type of men mix
ing In all the sports. that would
nourish only for their Influence.
The talk around town after the
Mnrlnc-C. A. C. game of last Bun
day was plain and to the point, and
It Is up to some one to make an in
vestigation. The I'ajk people, are not to blame;
at III they might stretch out a hand
nnd simply wipe out once nnd for
nil nny men who . linte played
crooked ball or who are suspected
of doing no. , i, ,
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Wren vs Sloop '
On Sunday Next
When, onBu'ndsjf next, the sail
ing race between the Pearl and Ihe
Galloping Mary takes place, a very
close and exciting struggle should
eventuate. The vexed question at
to the pace of the respective craft
will be decided, nnd should any oth
er boats of the same size care to
compete they are Invited to do so.
The course, on Sunday will be di
rectly to leeward 'and return, and
this should suit tho 6a Wren better
than the one sailed last Sunday' when
the Pearl won by 28 seconds.
On Sunday the course will be
from u starting line between the Ka
mehameha and the Dolphin off the
end of the Quarantine wharf, thence
to the leeward of the' spar buoy,
leave this to port, thence back to the
black buoy off the lighthouse, leav
ing this to port, thence to the spar
buoy once more nnd back to the
starting line, finishing In a direction
opposite to the start.
Another wren which Is to be a
duplicate of the Galloping Mar, Is
being built at Lyle ft Sorbnson's
yard, but will probably '' not be
ready for Hie race next Sunday.
The fJallopIng Mary will be sail
Ing on the harbor thli afternoon,
and all those who lire thinking of
going in for one of the Wren variety
can take a look at the little craft
and gather some Idea of what the
wrens are like. '
The Armstrong & Verne Company
gave a performance on Tuesday that
caused more laughter than has been
heard In, the Opera House for an
age. ' There will be 'a matinee on
Saturday. The ladles and children
will then have an opportunity to
witness one st the funniest shows
that has ever been here, Seats are
on sale at tho Ilergstrom Music
n n tt'
At a meeting held in Col, Jones'
office yesterday morning steps were
taken to give the Military Field Day
a boost. Uesides the commanding
officer of the N. O, II., there were
present at the meeting, Lieut. Or on
Inger, Lorrin Andrews and Captain
Campbell. ' .
After some discussion lt-w.as aecid.
ed that tho original plan ot corrylng
out tho track meet on the Baturday
after Thanksgiving Dajrr, was the
best one, and.lt was netted for that
The Fifth Cavalry aro already hav
ing a try-out to see what men shall
represent them In the big- event, and
the Lellehua bunch feel sure that
they can capture the highest num-
fir of points on tho great day. All
iro different branches or the service
nil be represented In the many
tiletlc stunts that are to bo1 brought
on Field Day, and the meeting
should bo one of the best ever held
In these Islands.
Capt. Campbell has been deputed
to visit the business houses of tho
ctly and solicit prizes. There is no
doubt that he will be highly success
ful in his attempts, as the service Is
very popular, and all the merchants
will give freely so as to provide de
cent trophies for the defenders or
The program has already been
published and It Includes all kinds
of events from sprints to throwing
tho hammer. The creates! Interest
Ts being shown In the track meet,
and all the men will show what clean
amnteur sport means when properly
h n tt
Local and Coast
The fact that auto ambulances, pa
trols and Ore appliances are gaining
In popular farvor and the assuranco
that they are a marked Improvement
over slmlllsr vehicles of tho horse-
drawn arlety Is demonstrated by the
adoption of them by the government
and vnrlolus munclpal authorities.
says an exchange. The advantages of
the auto arc so clearly defined that a
great many municipalities have either
contrated for, or are seriously con
sidering Installing a motor car ot
whichever class of tho public servlco
vehicle they may need the most.
Quite a few have already tried thorn
and found them satisfactory; some
others also have them, "but for too
short a time to be able to pass upon
Tho White Co. recently mode deliv
ery of a White steamer fitted with a
patrol wagon body to the police do'
partment of Omaha, Neb. With three
shifts of drivers, this machine haa
been put Into 24-hour service, In which
It replaces six homes, doing tho same
amount of work In less tlmo and at
lower cost. .
At Lansing, Michigan, It Is claimed
their auto lire engine has responded
to seventy one alarms In 136 days, at
a total cost of only $24 81.
A second automobile patrol has al
ready been put Into service by the
Indianapolis police department.
The Philadelphia Oeneral Hospital,
Thirty-fourth and Pine streets, Phila
delphia, Pa.. Is now using two scir
protelled ambulances. These cars an
White steamers with regular stock
model chassis, and haa special bodies
built according to specifications. The
bodies on both ambulances are simi
lar In every respect. They are- of
wood construction, are padded on the
Inside ahd are equipped with electric
Tho first car was purchased in the
latter part of 1905 and has been In
continuous service both night and
day until about tour months ago, when
night service was discontinued. It
la a "Model P' 18 II. P. stock chassis.
Tho car Itself weighs about E,000 lbs.,
and loaded to Its capacity of nine pat
ients, doctor and chauffeur will weigh
close to 5,000 lbs. This car cost
The other car Is a standard model
chassis, having a 30 1L P. engine, and
was purchased In 1908, at a cost ot
The cars are both giving entire sat
isfaction. With the nrst car thero
wah very little mechanical trouble
and that was caused mostly by the
Lbuse tho car received due to the In
experience of the operator.
With the 1908 Model "K." SO, H. P,
there haa been no mechanical '.trouble
whatever. Neither car haa .experi
enced any tire trouble to apeak of
nor haa ever been tied up on the road.
The hospital authorities claim the
steam ambulance la much mora satis
factory tff hospital use than other
makes, on account of the easy riding
qualities possessed and the lack of
noise and vibration, rather car will
do the work of throe two-horse drawn
vehicles. Such minor repairs aa have
been necessary are made by the
chaufleurs, nnd even In tho case of
overhauling, when the heavy mach
inery was taken out and repaired, the
car was taken to a shop and tho work
done there by the operators.
The first cost or the two cars .was
$,700. These two cars displace six
palra of horses, which at the present
average cost of $500 per pair, would
amount to $3,000, The cost of six
ambulances would be about $2,700.
This gives a total, for the horse drawn
vehicles displaced by the ambulances
of $5,700. That figure, however, ban-
not be compared to the coat ot the
motor cars, as 'the motor cars work
both day and night, while the six palra
of horses would not give contlnuoua
hospital service of even a day. To
make a fair comparison of first cost,
one must estimate on. at least twelve
palra of horses which, computed on
the samo scale, will swell the total
to $8,700, Then again, although tho
wages of the former drivers were tho
samo as those ot the chauffeurs, It
took twelve drivers for the horse
drawn ambulances,, while tor the pres
ent motor vehicles only four opera
tors aro required. I
These cars make aa high as 120
miles apiece on some days, and aver
age about 80 miles xr day, which,
together with the other advantages
they have over horse-drawn ambul
ances, give such satisfaction that the
hospital authorities say, that were it
possible, at this time, they would do
away with the horse-drawn ambulan
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Wednesday Evening, October 20th. Thursday Evening, October 21st
Saturday Afternoon and Evening, October 23rd.
Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
Armstrong and Verne Comedy Company
(Direct from New York)
N0THINO BUT FUN FROM START TO FINISH.
Seats on Sale at BerRStrom Music Co.
',1 BUNDAY, OCT. 24TH.
U. S. M. C. vs. J. A. C.
.-K. A. C. vs. C. A. C.
SEATS 10c, 15c, 25c
Seats ;-. ,10c, 15c, 25c
Honesty Is the Best
WEDNESDAY . '
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
156 HOTEL STREET.
For home entertainment.
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932-838 Fort St Tel. 52.
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A dry powder which is
ready for use when mixed
with water. It makes a beau
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f. 177 S. Kins Street.
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AFTERNOON SESSION. 3 TO 5'
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10 .30
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ADMISSION 15c; Skates, 15o
Fort Street. Below Beretania.
A OREAT CIVIL WAR PICTURE '
CAVALRY, INFANTRY AND
ARTILLERY IN ACTION.
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It tells of an episode of ( the
Franco-Prussian wr.r, and a good
comedy picture, etc.
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST,
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
Musio by Kawaihau Glee Club.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25,
RUN EST FIT
tad cloth of A-l quality can be put
chased from i
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