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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T.. MONDAY; NOV. 18, 1901.
The peril fled forests of Arizona were
recently examined anew under the di
rection of the general land office. The
slllclfled logs llo in the greatest nbun
dance within an area of eight squaro
mites In Apacho county. In some
places they He more thickly than they
rould have stood while living as trees,
nnd it Is thought that they must have
been carried there by a swift current of
Mater In the Mesozolc age.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
"La Insular of America"
Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY, Ltd.
The Bulletin. 76 cents psr month.
The reputation of Sachs' is so well
established for everything that stands
for reliability that prices quoted can
always be considered as meaning ex
tra full value for the money.
HERE ARE INSTANCES:
Flannels and Flannelettes
Our assortment of these seasonable
goods Is wonderfully complete.
Flannelettes IS yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 10 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 8 yds. for S1.00.
Whlto Klanncls, nn especially good
Keep off chills during the rainy season
ojr in fact any time. If you need btam,
kets now come In and see what we
have. You are sure to find what you
want at a reasonable price.
2Ji yards square
White with striped colored borders
2i yards square
Gray with striped colored borders
2i, yards square
Brown with striped colored borders
2 yards square (
Red with blue stripe border
HILQ DELUGED BY DESTRUCTIVE STORM
The llllo Tribune of November 10 showers to see whnl the rnln had
says: The Storm Kins was In .com- done.
rpand on Hawaii last Friday. Satiir-I later In tho week the workmen
day and Sundny. As though In anger ' , ere set to transferring lumber to
ut tho wall that has gone up for tho the mauka side of Kront street, where
past six months on account or tho , vacant lots were available.
Kreat drouth, ho opened tho sluice Tuesday Mr. Scott and Sheriff An
gates of heaven and turned a deluge ' drews put a Rang of men at work mi
ll pon Hnwnll. In the llllo district hn lug up the. crevasse In HUn's main
poured Ills heaviest torrents, but the thoiouKhfart'. Wide difference of
downfall of rain completely ilrctcd opinion prevailed on the best niodo of
tbe Island. r pairing thu damage. Mr. Scott op-
Tho roads were more or less serious- petes tho suggestion to moke a per
ly damaged everywhere. Hut the manent outlet for the Walolama wa
greatest destruction was wrought in Urs at this point because the tide
the town of llllo nnd the heaviest and surf wotild cause constant trouble
loss sustained by nny ono Arm was . in tilling up the mouth of the ehnnm I
that visited upon Haekfeld & Co. In or slulie box. He favors widening
thu destruction or tneir lumber slieus, una cutting deeper the cannl to Wnln
S tuning mill and lumber piles on the kin. Mr. Humburg believes that it
each, makal of Kront street. I would be better to make a permnuent
The rnln In llllo began Thursday, 'outlet lit tho point of breakage.
November 7, thu gaugo at the Wnlakea As a temporary makeshlit the gap
.Mill registering i.oj incnes. un j-ri-.wiu lie lined over n culver six hy
day nnd Friday night the precipita
tion was lO.GIl Inches, and during the
forenoon on Saturday six inches of
wntor fell between tho hours of 7 n.
til. and 11 a. m. This heavy preclpl
eight feet, the matter bel'i left for
tlual decision to higher authority.
Main Street Dishevelled.
Wniaiiueniie street looks like It bad
HI. anu 11 a. m. mis nenvy precipe '. Kf,,.i ilV n linnld Trnni.ll rum.
tatlon extended from tho sen shore to L " ""' ' '"'''' J""" c, "'
er became a Niagara. Crowds of peo
ple walked to tho bridges nt all horns
on Saturday through tne tenine loin
tho water tore gullies down to the bed
rock lings. Tho forco of the torrent
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tu witness the spectacnlnr plunging. i",7,. , . ,"i.i Z.l i.i,. V,
and tossing of the waters of the Wal- ,r' f .""'"" '.."J'b J." ?.'." frmA.n.
i.. i... .. n... nMn ,hiii, -.... .it ,.,. i wuinui 10 u mini h use. 1'ui'iiiiiijeruu cuu
Iuku as they camo with catapult force ' -,,,. ..,, , ......., .i.. ,i. ,,
lniM... . u.i ............. t !. Bldewnlks at places where tho water
against the solid masonry or the. ,., ,., , i, ,i, i.i., i,
C...i.. ni.. !.... -.i Ji... .. overran tho walks Into tho side lots.
All WaaI Rlonl aio Nothing but good can be said of these
All5 TT 001 DianKeiS blankets. They tre, white with pretty
stripe colored border all wool full size double and as for prices, they
tell their own story $6.oo to $10.00 per pair
Wo might also mention CHILDREN'S COATS. Wo hnvo too many of
them and don't want to carry them over to another season; consequently
tho prices havo been greatly reduced. If Interested, ask to seo these
COAT8 FOR CHILDREN. It will pay you.
That ALL-WOOL BLACK CHEVIOT, GO Inches wldo, Is not all gone yet.
Tho prlco still remains at $1 per yard, which Is simply ridiculous for this
class of goods In reality worth I2.G0 per yard. Wo bought It before tho duty
was raised. Hence, our prlco of $1 per yard. , ,
i Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
V FOOT ATDF.ET.
Wo havo now a largo stock of tbe
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough fire protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking oc melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and flro proof. For
tlat or stcop surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any information de-Blred.
1 THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
K Hotel 8trcct, near Nuuanu.
General Merchandise. , Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc -.
MAOOON BLOCK, MEROHAKT hTREET.
E . O. Boas 886 suixi 2in
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers In All Colors.
HEAVY PONGEE 8UITING8.
CHINE8E 8ILK CREPE CAPES AND SHAWLS.
FINE GRASS LINENS, All Colors.
All Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOODS.
NUUANU STREET, above
electric light house and thu
abutments oi thu bridges.
At 7 o'clock Sunday morning the
rain gaugo showed that 14.53 Inches
of water had fallen in the previous
twenty-four hours. This Infinite" vol
lime of water was racing through llllo
to And Its level In thu sea. As the
darkness camo down upon thu city
Saturday night, thu clouds hugged
closer tu tho earth and their Inexhaust
ible contents came down In ava
lanches of drops and sheets of spray.
A llttlo after 5 o'clock tho heavy
tail rare at tho electric' lignt station
carried like drift wood down thu river.
Tho pipe was of Iron and ovur two
(ect in diameter, iiul It was tossed
about llko straw. It was soon discov
ered that tho head gates near Rain
bow Fnlls were clogged nnd no water
van coming down the big sluice to
turn tho electric dynamos. Manager
Bcdgcwlck went at once to Halnbow
Kulls, where hn found tnu sluleu hend
burled to thu depth of three feet. It
was out of tho question tu open thu
clogged water Head.
Therefore llllo went to sleep wet
and In darkness. How dark and how
wet nobody knows except those who
tuny have fallen Into a cistern in an
unllghtcd cellar. Candles and kero
sene lamps were brought Into requisi
tion, and an occasional feeblo ray
piercing the Stygian darkness was all
tbe evidence left to show that a cltr
Ectood on tho shores of llllo Hay.
Walolama Bursts Banks.
I-nto Saturday afternoon grave
tiouble was brewing in another quar
ter. Tho bed of tho Walolama stream
had becomo a lake. Tho outlet ot
this stream was formerly at a point
on Front street now occupied by
Ilackfeld's lumber yard. Thu cannl
cut to thu Wnlakea river mauka of
Kront street, to divert the course of
tho Walolama, was gUen moro work
that it could do. The whole district
umth of Church street and makal of
Volcano street was Hooded. Many
houses occupied by Japanese, Chlneso
and Hnwallans were covered with wa
ter on tho first floor and were In Immt
uent danger -.of being cnrrled from
their foundations by tho rising waters.
Fonohawal street was covered with
water coming up to tho bed of hacks
Kront street was a sheet or water, cov
ered with floating pond lllllcs, from
Ilackfeld's coffee mill to Davles'
warehouse. Tho big 300-foot warn
house belonging to Haekfeld & Co.
was In danger. Tho wholo Haekfeld
fcrce from Mr. Humburg down wcro
on the spot to do what tbey could to
avert disaster. The warehouso was
stored with all kinds of merchandise.
Lumber Yard Devastated.
When darkness camo the grade In
Front street Btlll stood a substantial
barrier between thu lumber plant and
ttlll raising waters. At 10 o'clock thu
current broke through the loosu soil
beneath tho macadam at the corner of
tnu' planing mill, on tho city sldu of
tho big 300-foot dry shed which pro
tected suiuiuo feet or dressed lumlier,
Tho freed waters literally scooped
their nay to tho Bea soon creating a
channel eight feet cleop and forty feet
wldo across tho road. Tho water
main to Walakea was snapped and
that suburb, though submerged, still
was waterless. Tho soft sandy soil
soou crumbled from beneath the foun
dations of tho planing mill and tlm
dry lumber shed and tall plies of lum
ber toppled over.
Sunday morning revealed a state of
wreck and confusion in that lumber
yard. Thu dry lumber shed was tilted
toWard tho new Walolama river, mndu
during tho night and its long roof was
torn and mangled as It touched by thu
breath of a Kansas cyclone.
Damage had been wrought during
tbe night, nccordlng to Mr. Humburg,
of from 1D,000 to 120,000. Tho Hack
feld force was on hand bright and
early at tho work of salvage. Hum
berg, Castcndyke, Patterson, Conradt,
nichardson, Andrews nnd tho rest of
them with gangs of Orientals worked
like Trojans to Bavo lumber from be
ing carried to tho sea. In tho after
noon Sheriff Andrews sent down a
gang of twenly-ona prisoners to aid
In tho work. Leaning towers of
bonrilB nnd scantling wero pulled
down and tbo Japs worked llkn water
rats in retrieving whatever roll into
All day tho wreckage was viewed by
crowds who ventured out' between
Tho ravages of the flood along' Volcano
rrad arc frightful. That highway has
been denuded of top dressing from
tho city to the Volcano. It Is rougher
than an nbnndoned turnpike. The
bridge at four-mile wns submerged,
but it withstood the Hood.
No Damage to Olaa.
At cloven mile, tho rainfall Is re
ported at 30 Inches In forty-eight
hours. With this remarkable down
pour It Is said no appreciable dam
ago was done In the cano fields. A
resident at that volnt was in the city
Monday. He describes a peculiar pho
Jerked from Its cement founda- nomena. witnessed by himself and
and anchorage of steel bands nnd many others. Ho said the wnter
wciuici come iiuwii inn slopes in suceis
as high as three to five Inches. This
water would seemlugly be swallowed
up by tho earth. It was this phenom
enal absorbing iKiwcr of the volcanic
soil that prevented the flood from
accumulating In an enormous wave
which would hnve swept everything
before It. Hack of thu city three ot
four miles thu slopes nru dotted with
Irequeut springs from thu size of one's
little linger to n stovo pipe, which
further Indicates that great quantities
of the water that fell is still stoied
tn subterranean eaves and that pos
sibly much of It found a way to tho
sea through' burled rivers.
Abovo sixteen miles, the road has
been damaged moro than on this side.
I Is cut up with gullies and strewn
with logs and debris.
The hrldgo on the Kaumnnn road
.three miles out wns wrecked. Thu
Hustle carrying thu 8-Inch llllo water
main across thu river was washed
away, together with tho pipe, making
the city dependent on water for tho
time being from tho lower spring,
which Is still connected,
llnlnbiiw lills was one of tin- grand
est sights of the whole storm. Tho
Wailiiku river at that point wns llttlo
lira if nt all Inferior In sublimity, to
the Horse Shoe falls cm thu Niagara.
Churles Hitchcock secured a Unci pho
tugraph when the waters wero near
their maximum volume. Scores of
Hlluites braved the rain to wltnesj
tho big rails.
Tho same reports of damaged roads
comes iu from tho north. At Kawal-
put a gang of men weru kept working
alt Saturday night to save tho road
from destruction by a landslide. An
other landslide at Onumea covered
tho road with tons of earth for n dis
tance of fifty yards.
speaking of this road. J. A. Scott
of tho Road Hoard said that the storm
demonstrated over again that tho best
road is thu cheapest. Tnero Is a
Btietch ot good road by tho I'apalkou
school which was made right In tho
first place live years ago. This has
Walluku, Nov. 16. Itev. S. I.. Desha,
pastor of llalll church, llllo, was a
guest at Judge and Mrs. Kalua's Wal
luku home for several dnys last week.
tast Sunday, the reverend gentleman
delivered n sermon In Hawaiian nt tho
Kaahumanu church, nnd It proved to
be thu finest ever delivered from that
pulpit. Mr. Desha returned to llllo in.
the Klnau last Tuesday evening. I
The Ladles' Guild of Walluku will
gle n bazaar ut tho Alexander Hall
(kindergarten) this evening. The pro
reeds will be for tho benefit ot the An
glican church In Walluku which Is
sadly In need of repairs. Kancy ar
ticles will be sold nt reasonable prlce-i.
Refreshments will be served by tho
Tho circus company which has been
the rage both In Honolulu nnd llllo, Is
reported at Lnhalna this morning. The
company will give several shows at
that place and about the latter part
of next week, will come to taken In
Wntluku. The small boys of Walluku
arc waiting for the coming of the cir
cus horses and the clowns.
C. D. I.ufkln, cashier of the First Na
tional Hank of Walluku, has been quite
busy all this week putting up tho now
office fixtures that came by tho bark
Wallace 11. Flint from San Francisco.
The 8000-lKund safe for the bank has
not been brought up from the depot
yet. The office of the bank is next to
the tax ofllco on Main street Mr. I.uf
kln Is of the opinion that tho bank will
Ih ready for business about the latter
part of this month.
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Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Seattle, Nov. 1. Mayor I'helan of
gan Francisco, has written to Mayor
Humes of Seattle, requesting this city
to take the lnltlatie In the Northwest
In the matter of memorallzlng Con
gress to keep upon tho national stn
tute books the Chinese exclusion act
now In force, but which will soon ex
plro by limitation. The text of Mayor
l'bclun's letter Is contained In the fol
"(lentlcmen: Ily the Inclosures you
will obseno that the city of San Fran
cisco has called a convention to mem
orialize Congress In favor of tho re
enactment of the deary exclusion law,
which expires by limitation In May,
11)02. As the Pacific States ara exposed
to Chinese Immigration, tbo gravity otl
tbe danger can bo understood by the!
fact that powerful Inllucnces are at
work to interrupt the established na
tional policy of Chinese exclusion. If
Chinese coolies can freely come it
means the displacement of our whlto
"I would respectfully suggest that
;'our city the lending one In your
Stute should tako thn Initiative In
memorializing Congress In some ap
"Tho plan wo havo uloptcd may ap
peal to ou. Ten years ago such a con
vention ns held In Sacramento city
with excellent results. The business
before us Is to Inlluence the members
of Congress, through the pressure ot
public opinion, to save us from an In
undation of cooties, which would Inevi
tably follow tho tclaxatlon of the law,"
Then followed a copy of "Called to
Action," Issued by the board of super
visors of San Kianclsco.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish fl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage. '
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
(fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, 8almon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Slnni He Didn't Like.
-He has proposed to Miss l'ass-
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Jess Kor goodness sake; But per
haps there Is some excuse for him.
Tess Not a bit. He did It In broad
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All work and no play Is what dis
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never required a dollar for repairs and would bo proud, If our faults whlp'd
was unharmed by tho Hood. Mr. Scott jthem not; and our crimes would de-
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money, working on credit, and never our virtues. Shaltespeare
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The Walluku river brought down
fiom thu mountains every sort of
tiensuru for thu beachcomber. Thou
sands ot tons of debrlH weru belched
into tho sea only to bo spewed by It
iilion thu bench along tho waterfront,
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occasional ill-fated wild boar, and sum
dry other stun furnished prizes for tho
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The little schooner Alice Kimball
which arrived from sea yesterday had
a very hard time of It after she passed
Koko Head on her way to Kahulul on
Saturday. She met with terrible weath
er on the trip and a high wind and
very heavy sea made things uncomfor
table. In a very severe squall which
the vessel mixed up with, her fore rig-
glng-was earned away and her nialq
rigging badly strained. As there ap
peared no chance that tho storm would
subside, Captain Gardner determined
to put back. This be did nnd tho ves
sel was plCni'd up by tho Kcarless yes
terday afternoon a couple of miles oft
port and brought Into the harbor in
safety. Captain Gardner was compll-1
mented hy tho vessars owners on the
neat job he did In bringing tho vessel
to port without losing tier masts. The
rigging on the Kimball which Is very
old win bo replaced and she will then
be In One condition.
"Ho said ho'd drown his sorrows in
"Well, drowning men clutch at
straws. I saw him absorbing a mint
julep." 1'hlladelphla Press.
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II M$fi fW'lffnlMSi the wor,d for ovcr $cveny yea.r$ I
wm (LSjl J wyjjflH " i years in wood before bo'tlins- I
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