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HVKNINO ntJIAETIN, HONOLULU, T It., MONDAY, MAtlCH 12. 190G
AMAZING SILK OFFERING
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Three Days Only
New High-Class Silks Greatly
de Cygne Silk
Peau de Sole
Warranted (or lono wear and to
wash. Color: white, cream, natural,
royal, Alice blue, reieda heliotrope,
grey and Yale. Width 27 Inches. $1.25
Special 85 A YARD
Pure milk of high lustre; guaranteed
to wear. Colors: light grey, cardinal,
dark green, lavender, brown, hello
trope, reseda, tan and royal.
Width 36 Inches; guaranteed for
long wear. Worth $2.00.
8ALE SPECIAL... 1.-15 YD.
OREGON GIRLS GIVEN A
DAY FULL OF DELIGHTS
CRUISE AROUND FORD'S ISLAND,
CHOWDER AND CONCERT RE
CEPTION TONIOHT SAIL
The outing at I'rnrl llarlior under
tho auspices of the Hawaii Yacht Club
In honor of tpho Oregon girts, tho Ore
got journal's party, filled yesterday
with a perfect enjoyment for nil con
cerned, Kcht lias the jacht chili so
covered Itself with glory In tho way
pf a Jollification. Tho girls were de
lighted and will lime one more great
reason for spreading abroad tho
praise of Hawaii,
Mr. Kdlth Toiler Woathcrrod chap'
.....J 1.m ntltif Inittna Witt. MnV.
t-luuril li: jw'i" u.uno, ,... oui i
era) friends they left the city at '.' 1j
hey can talk all they please about
Clayton fire extinguishers but In my
opinion they are no good," said Cap
tain Ulanchard of the ship Ilangalore,
Owing to tho numerous demands
which arrived from Valparaiso last from some of tho unfortunate theatre-
Saturday. "I nrrlvcd at Valparaiso on
January 7th with my cargo of Norfolk
roal afire and the Chilean government
wanted me to try one of theso extin
guishers which they owned. "Well, at
lor pumping the acid fumes Into tho
hold until It was thoroughly filled we
battened down the hatches. Forty
eight hours afterwards we opened up
And tho coal was as hot ns ever. It
cost me Just 500 good Chilean dollars
for the experience.
"Water, In my opinion. Is the only
thing that will put out a coal fire, for
otter taking out about COO tons of coal
and thoroughly wetting the remaind
er, there was no more trouble.
Wo left the coal ut Valparaiso to
"Backache, "The Blues9
Both Symptoms of Organic Derangement In
Women Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief.
p. m. yesterday for I'earl Harbor. At tho order of tho United States Consul
WATERPROOF AND PERSPIRATION PROOF BLACK SILK.
Width 27 Inches. 75c quality.
8ALE SPECIAL 50 A YD.
Colors: cardinal and light green. 75c value.
ON 8ALE AT 37'.icJ A YD.
In pink, light blue and Nile green. Regular price 60c. To close
out balance we will sell at COd A YARD
First lot now open. 275 beautiful styles and hardly two alike.
Note: -We are making preparations for our OREAT EMBROI
DERY SALE. Details later.
N. 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
the Peninsula members of the club,
headed by Commodoro II K. Cooper,
assisted by Clarence Macfarlnnc and
Mrs. Noonan, welcomed the guests.
A Optimistic Light
Let your light so shine that It leaves you free to be as cheerful
as you desire.
Have electric lights In every room, In the kitchen and In tho
v Hnn't hiui la hum all the llahts all the time: but once elec
tric lights are Installed you can have, all you want, any minute, Just
where you want.
We would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at
the lowness of the cost We shall be happy to supply you with full
information on the subject.
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd,
'Phone, Main 390,
Office, King 8t, near Alakea.
COMMODORE H. E. COOPER
OF THE HAWAII YACHT CLUB.
Tho tltlli houso wtM beautifully decor
ntcd with flags. Tho party was group
ed beforo tho club houso and photo
graphed. Tho launch of the Pacific Cablo
Company's stenmcr Restorer conveyed
tha visitors to tho various vacnts, tuo
flagship Gladys, captained by ox-Corn
modore Hobron, tho 8pray, captained
by x-Comtnodoro 1'lcKor, and tho Ha
waii. Captain I.jlo's boaL Visitors
other than the Oregon gins nnu ineir
friends went aboard tho actus Clytle,
Irish, Myrtle and Malolo, Then the
yachts got away for n cruise around
Ford's Island. Tho get-awny present
ed u pretty plcturo Indeed, Following
tho yachts wcro-the cable ship launch
with Mr. Darncsson and several officers
of tho Hcstorer and their guests. Mrs.
Taylor of ..ilcago. Miss lllx of San
Francisco and It. C. A. Peterson, and
the launch Julie. The Hawaii rounded
the Island and anchored first. Singing
added to tho plcasuro of tho cruise.
The Hawaiian band arrived about 7
p. m.. In full mainland touring strength
Supervisors Adams, Lucas and Mooro
and Sheriff Drown passed through en
route to Supervisor Archer'H homo
where a luau was In progress. Hun
dreds attended tho hand concert.
W. II. Mclncrny. Mr. Jaeger, Olllo
Sorcnson, .rclilo Itohertson and Albert
Watcrhouso directed the preparation
of tho chowder which was declared a
triumph. At a small tablu sat Com
modoro II. K. Cooper, Mrs. Weather
red, Mr. "and Mrs. Clarcnco Macfar
lane, Robert Shlnglo, Sam Dowsctt and
others. Other tables were arranged In
tho form of an "I.."
Commodoro Cooper greatcd tho
Oregon girls In tha name of tho Ha
waii Yacht Club. Among other things
'Wo hope you will tell all your peo
plo what wo really aro down here. Per.
haps you havo been onllghtcned your
selves as to what wo arn. If so, pleaso
Impart tho Information to your friends.
We will bo glad to seo them all any
tlmo and, mora than that, wo will be
most glad to seo yon all hero again.
must confess that tho day you ar
rived I rubbered a little myself, as I
hollcvo 'most everybody did, to see tho
girls from Oregon, and I can assuro
hi that wo wra all delighted when
you drove up tho street from tho
Tho Commodore Jokingly referred to
Ed. Dekum having been elected father
of tho fair flock. He called on Dekum
lo tell about It,
anil now I'm awaiting tho verdict on
the general nvcragc from the under
writers "This makes ocr ten cargoes of coal
In tho last two years from Norfolk Hint
have proven dlsastifius to American
The Bangalore remained nt Valpar
aiso until January 27 and eight day?
ego was 127 miles off Hawaii, being
delayed ever since by baffling winds
nnd tho bad southerly weather of last
week from reaching this port. She Is
out Just 153 das from Philadelphia,
where she loaded her cargo. Captain
Ulanchard Is n hale and hearty spec
imen of the Yankee skipper nnd has
made revcray voyages to this port,
where he has numerous friends, Tho
Uangnloro loids sugar for Delaware!
It will be remembered that tho ship
Rraklne M, Phelps, Captain CJraham,
had an expeilencc with n burning car
go of Norfolk coal which she carried
last year to Manila Oralinm could
not praise these extinguishers too much
and recommended them highly for their
efficiency It may lime been possible
that the Phelps had ventilators going
down through the con! which rendered
tho 'burning portion moro penetrable
hy the acid fumes, which the llangn
'orc did not havo.
goers who failed to secure tickets for
the two performances of the Elks Min
strels, and to the encouraging requests
from many members of the order who
would go again, the minstrels will bo
put on once moro at tho Hawaiian
Opera Houso on Thursday night, March
An entire change of program Is In
order, new songs nnd many new vcrsej
to some nf the end songs that wcro so
cleverly locnllted. Some local people
who have been overworked will be laid
on the tnblo, and new and Interesting
subjects will be dispensed to the and
lenro In a ni -inner which well, like
some said of Doyle's local steamer gai;
"Tho J.ssonce of politeness, nnd from
whnt the press agent has already Been
nnd heard they're well worth a thirl
performance, "he comedy quartet will
throw out n few more original stunts,
remove a few more parts of their dusty
outfits which makes such u decided hit
with tlin crowd, and Ouy Livingston
has promised to respond to Robinson
Cruso In n most fitting manner Tlu
performance went off on Saturday
night without a hitch and In n manner
that would do credit to some of the
belt professional shows of tho present
day. All tho traps which play such
an Important pnrt In the cntranrc of
;ml men worked In a most pleasing
manner and W. I). Adnins as "the man
from tho hot place." carried the grand
opentug along as onl) a finished nctor
can do, Iho mechanical effects were
built and painted by Tom Sharp,
under direction of Mr James I). Dough
erty and both are deserving of prnlse
for giving Honolulu's public such a
treat ns predicted by the Bulletin last
week If ccitnlnly was " a revelation
In blntkfaic." Thcro was quite a de
mand nt Wnll, Nichols this mornln::
when tho box ollloc opened, for seats
for Thursday night, nnd from the way
the seating spnet was nnnexed the Hlks
Hill no doubt face another crowded
UK AND flttWIU.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Havo all Other Flavors AImo
(Special lo The tulltlln)
WAltiiku, Mnul, March 9! Tho Board
of Supervisors of Maul met at their
rooms on the Gth Inst, nnd continued
in session until Wednesday noon. The
work of the session consisted largely
In passing on the many routine claims.
The report of tha County Knglncor was
given special attention, and requited
considerable time to pass on tho ex
tcnslvo plans tor road work during the
present year which the Board are anx
ious to havo put Into operation, and
which promises Maul County a fine
sjstem of roads,
R. A. Wadsworth and C. D. I.ufklu
were beforo the board In behalf of the
citizens of Wiilluku for tho purpose of
presenting a proposition by the prop
erty holders of Walluku to the Board
in which they agree to pay one-halt of
tho expenses ot putting down u cement
sldownlk on Mnln nnd Market streets
This was incepted by the Board nnd
tho Knglnecr was Instructed to pro
ceed to make an estimate of tho work
nnd establish the lines ot the streets,
hls means that Walluku will In the
near future have what It has wanted
for many years, and when It Is com
pleted the people will havo a big cel
ebration not soon to bo forgotten.
TRAIN WIRELE8S TELEQRAPHY.
i lift ihie
yfojAri. J. G Colyy
The stipulated rates of the safe com
panies are conceded to bo higher than
necessary under ordinary conditions,
nut during the passage of years exlin
ordinary conditions develop.
If a rate Is named high enough to bo
safe all of the time. It will be too high
ulnc-lcnths of tho time, und, converse
ly, It a fixed rate, be named which Is n
low as 11 ought to be on the average,
the company naming It Is liable to fall.
necauso ono tcutn or tho time it will be
lower thnn cost, and thereby endanger
tho safety of the company during
those, years. The reason why a fixed
rate, which Is both a safe rate and a
fair rate, can not bo named. Is because
of tb length or tho contract and the
changing conditions and vicissitudes
which loug years nro liable to bring
A man taking a life Insuranco policy
want to know- that it will bo good for
This tact of tho length of the con
tract has necessitated and developed
tho mutual plan of life Insurance, the
plnn under which tho rate named Is
not Intended to be the probable cost;
It Is simply an amount fixed at a point
sufficiently high to 'cover the con
under the most unfavorable condi
tions that may occur in a lifetime.
The actual cost Is then adjusted nt thi
end of the year or term of years, by
returning tho excess of the premium In
tho form of a dividend. Therefore, nre-
mlum rate, less dividend, Is cost of life
How often do we hear women say: "It
seems as though my back would break,"
or "Don't speak tome, I am nil out of
sorts"? These significant remarks provo
that the system requires attention.
Hackncho nnd " the blues" arc direct
symptoms of an Inward trouble which
will sooner or later declaro lUclf. It
may bo caused by diseased kidneys or
some derangement of tho organs.
Nature requires assistance and nt once,
and I.ydla K PInkham's Vegetable Com
pound Instantly assorts its curative
towcrs In all those peculiar ailments of
women. It has been the standby of
Intelligent American women for twenty
years, and tho best judges agree that
It Is tho most universally micccm
fill remedy for woman's 111 known to
Read tho convincing testimonials of
Mrs. Holmes ami Mrs. Cotrrly.
Mrs, J.C Holmes, of Larlmorc, North
Dwir Mm 1'lnlchnm!
I hnvo sultered ev errthlng with tisrknrbe
nun icmnie iroutue i lei inn imiiiiii run on
until my vU-m wit In such n condition that
I wnsunafiletolienlioiit, ami thru It mm I
commenced to use I.yilU rinkhnni's Vege
table Comimimcl If I lind only known how
much suffering 1 would have Nivcd I -huuM
have taken it month hooner for n few
weeks' treatment iiiadii me will nnd strnnc.
My lnrkarkes mid iHtulnrhe n re nil pine sixl
1 suirer no inln nt inv monthly irlclii.
whereas beforo I took f.vdln K, Plnklmm'i
Vegetable. Compound I suffered Intenw pnlu "
Mrs. Emma Cotrcly, 1M K-tit 12th
Street, New York City, writes:
Dear Mrs. Plnkhsm:
" I feel It mv duty to tell nit nifferlng women
of tho relief 1 have found In I.YilIs K, l'lnk-
ham's Vegetable Compound. When I rom
Inencml taking the Compound I sufTereil
everything wltb iMiclcachej, hemUcbe, an-t
fenmle troubles. I nm completely cured ant
enjoy the best of health, and I owe It all
When women are troubled with Irreg
ular, Buppn-sscd or painful periods,
weakness, displacements or ulceration,
that bearing-down feeling, Inflamma
tion of the female organs, backache,
blunting (or flatulence), general de
bility, indigestion und nervous prostra
tion, or aro beset with such symptoms
us diztlness, falntm-ss, lassitude, excit
ability, Irritability, nervousness, sleep
lessnesH, melancholy, "all gone" anil
want-lo-lic-lclt-olono lecllngs, blue
ami hopelessness, they should remem-
Iit thcro is ono trleil anu true remedy.
I, vdla II. PInkham's Vegetable Com
Hiuud at once removes such troubles.
No other medicine has such a record
ot cures of female troubles. No other
medicine in the world lias received this
widespread nnd unqualified endorse
ment. Ref uut to buy uny substitute.
FItr.i: ADVICU TO WOMEN.
Rcincmlier. every woman Is cordially
Invited to wrlto to Mrs. Plnkhnm if
theru Is anything about her .symptoms
she does not understand. Mrs. Plnk
hnm Is thoilaughtor-ln-lnwof I.ydla R.
rinunam, Her assistant lieioro Her de
cease, and for twenty-five j cars since
her ndrlce lias been freely and cheer
fully given to every ailing woman who
asks fur it, Her advice nnd medicine
have restored to health Innumerable
women. Address, Lynn, Mass.
Ask Mrs. PInkham's Adtlce-A YYoaan Best Understand a Woman's Ills
Consul Daniels, of Sheffield, reports
that, by license of the postmaster-gen
eral, the Midland Railway Company la Insurance, and wo grnnt that this cost
conducting a scries of experiments In should t made Just as low as possible.
the vicinity o( Derby to detcrmluo An sxamlnatlon of tho histories of
whether wireless telegraphy can be I actual policies, shows that The Mu
used In connection with their fast-tralu . tual Llfo Insuranco of Now York oives
Bargain In t
12 I"2 C. PER POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came In the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c.
service between London and tho north
The system adopted was conceived by
Sir Oliver Lodge and Dr. 'Alexander
Mulrhead, who are assisting the elec
trical engineer of the railway. Tbs
difficulty with the aerial wire consti
tuted the greatest problem. In order
to test the Idea under tho most dis
advantageous conditions, an old car
to policy holders their Insurances at
the lowest net cost. W. A, Wann, Dis
trict Superintendent, 932-938 Foil
Canned Goods Mystery
And Fake Lamb Chops
Washington, Feb. 7. That moro
than 1,000,000 Infants havo been sac
rificed to the various concoctions
2 Lbls. 35 c.
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. iVL Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
'PHONE, MAIN 149
ARD WAS MURDERED.
Headquarter for automobiles with
H splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd
have opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
bop, etc. Having secur
ed the services ot a first-
elates sbp"- fc"jr aro pre
pared to no ail work In
trusted to them In a first
was used as a receiving station. Tha
Dekum was gracoiit , aerial wires were carried on porcelain
In his explanations. Ho said ho was insulators, the height ot the wires
an Oregonlan and was looking out for (varying from 9 to 15 inches above tho
folks from Oregon. Numerous merry curvature of the rout, It Is claimed
speeches were made. Mr. Mclncrny , that never beforo has so short an aerial known as "soothing syrups" and "pala
was called on to present tho girls tha wire been used la wireless telegraphy, killers," nnd over twice that numbor
(souvenirs of tho vacht club. handsomol-From tho roof the wires art, carried In killed br Impure milk. Is tho dcclara-
lapel buttons in enamel showing tho a small cable through a special Insul- tlon made by Prof, II. W. Wiley, chief,
pennant of the organization. Mrs. luted fitting to the interior ot the van ot the chemistry bureau of the Depart
Weatherrcd mado a most happy ad- to the receiving Instrument. Hero thn ment ot Agriculture.
dress, eio said sho would advocate succeeding waves of dots and dnshe, "We do not know nnythlng about
tho solcano of Kllauca as a national are separated and resolved Into words the rallk wo havo left at our homes, or
reserve, Sho thought tho day had upon u drum o paper similar to thom tho condition under which it Is pro
proved a glorious climax to their visit employed In a (ape machine, tho mes- duccd," he ndded, "There are a thou
to Hawaii. Bage being written by a Lodge-Mulr- sand and ono possibilities which might
The band concert, following, lasted head syphon recorder such ns Is used have combined to mako what nature
until 9:30, Mrs Alapal's singing waa i with marlno cable instruments. The Intended for a food tho most vlrllo
greeted with tho most enthusiastic ap transmitting station Is situated In a poison that chemistry can produce.
plauao. The party returned to tho city hut near Derby, with an Installation "I have found that the foods wo dally
I In tho Halelwa Limited, direct from of apparatus for sending tho messnga ronsumo nro so fraught with germ life chcmlcnt burcm of tho Agricultural
tho Peninsula. unio tno nir. uuisiue tue cauin is me or a iiarmmi nniure tnni i am aunoit ueiuiuin.uii nuuev i"im ,v
I Tho Oregon party was assigned to aerial wlro, which follows convention, afraid to go to the table. The butter Investigate foods and seo that they am ., , . ,,
'yachts as follows: Inl Hues, being suppoitcd upon masts Is palnted-thero Is llttlo other to bo I'uro nnd are nil that they aro repru n -V v!: ,?, i " t,-,.-1 ,.,. M
. -l. . ,i .,.,.- r it I in 9 . ,--. .v. ...H.i ,, MnAn.i - !.- r.HA.i n. Bntiini i, ii iiiiru.a nepnew oi lormer United ota ea
incut Illiwail IVICU utinunoiiuro J, i i:ei iiuiu mu &iuuuu hum tuinmiim juuiiii mi vt iiui c, uuiiucii isuuua mv -- - Runntor Ilirrl nt Ptitlrnrnla . Hr.
A Lylo) Mtb. Weatherrcd, Msa Cour- with n spark gap and coll for Incrcas- kept years and sold for the genuine When Or Wiley began his dally meal J, inmniMPtv nnt .ilhi i ii I
temanche. Miss Kfflu King, Miss Mnd- Ing the strength of tho electrical lm- article. I speak particularly of con- the- first thing ho struck was the Iml- ' , ' '.?,., '', ,.0', ,' , ',n ,f!rusr
Igan, Mr. Shingle, Mr. Downing. Mr.,pulso discharged from tho transmit- densed milk. tntlon lamb chop. This extraordinary f' ,;." , '7'i,i? .u?h ihrnLi. f.i
Long, Mr. Cannon. ting Instruments at tho station. Tho "If we know nothing of tho fresh imlti tlon was mado up of a piece of , " " ?L -,.,I ,?,',,. , i?.i
Yacht Gladys (Capt, Hooron) Miss experimenters find tho common troublo milk we got surely our knowledge Is comparatively unsalable meat, prob- , ,.,,",,.' ,,)", S, njaoe iouar
Crosscn, Miss Heavren, Mr. Dekum. of enormous electrical energy being moro llmllcd to the product that Is put ably taken from somewhere tbout the " ,,;",' ,?, ,h .?I.i,i Sl!
Mr. aud Mrs. Crane, Commodore Coop- required to obtain successful convcrsa- In cans. Tha Lord Intended us to re- neck. A bone which previously had Jf", ,, , ",,"..,' ?!.
er and others, i tlon, especially to compensate for the sort to enns only to tide us over ono been In use, because It showed signs of "',,,,,',," V ' I ,7. ,, ",!
ray (ex-Commodorb Picker) "turt aerial wire used at the recolvlng season, until green fruits could bo had having been broiled, or boiled, at some !!l'c ,. '"'..JFJ1' J " " ,,
sh. Miss Brown, Miss hll-. -tatloii. again, but tho canneries don't know stage, was carefully Inserted In llttlo ''.' r ' "? ,!h'n?L.o0""f n?avn' "
Parsley, Mr Spalding. Mr. ' this. There Is no law requiring them to sills in tho piece of neck nnd fastened BL"11a ntI',0'r "i Juhout
Iluccholtz and others.
Tonlxht the Oregon party holds
reception at tho Hawaiian Hotel for IIEALY In Eleelo, Kauai, March 6,
Oregon and Washington residents inl 1906, to Mr. nnd Mm. Chns. Hcaly,
Honolulu and all tho friends they havo n daughter.
The ilrlq sail awav In tha I s I
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stnmn thn date linnn their coo.ls. If nine with something; resemhllnc eart. '"" " iciurui-u -VMluouv Uttvinu
" " . . fniinrl n Irnnn f Itts s-l .lanil nn nllim
thore were It would kill tho sale." llages, so that the effect at first glance : , , ", "," .'.'" ' , ,, ' ., . .," '
It was tho Irony of fate that tho was thftt ot an ordinary lamp chop,
Washington butcher who foisted a
fako Iamb chop on the market Bhould niank books ot all sorts, ledgers
send an order of this delectable food etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
to tho homo of Dr Wiley, head of the lishlng Company.
but with tho conviction that the young
man had been murdered.
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letin offlc. .