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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1006.
AMAZING SILK OFFERING
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Three Days Only
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Peau de Sole
Warranted for long wear and to
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royal, Alice blue, reseda heliotrope,
grey and Yale. Width 27 Inches, $1.25
8peclal 85d A YARD
Pure (Ilk of high lustre; guaranteed
to wear, Cotora: light grey, cardinal,
dark green, lavender, brown, hello
trope, reteda, tan and royal,
Width 36 Inchet; guaranteed for
long wear. Worth $2.00.
8ALE SPECIAL... $1.4r; YD.
WA.TERPHOOF AND PERSPIRATION PROOF BLACK SILK.
Width 27 Inchet. 75c quality.
1 SALE 8PECIAL 50d A YD.
Colors: cardinal and light green. 75c value.
ON 8ALE AT 37'jc A YD.
In, pink, Tight blue and Nile green. Regular price 50c. To eloie
out balance we will tell at 30d A YARD
Flrt lot now open. 275 beautiful atylea and hardly two alike.
Note: We are making preparation! for our GREAT EMBROI
DERY SALE. Detail! later.
N. S. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREETS.
STORM WAS SHORT BUT
CANE AND COFFEE DAMAGED IN
WINDWARD OAHU YOUNQ
RICE DLOWN DOWN IN
Kor the Week Ending March 10, 190G
Honolulu, T. II. March 12. ,1906.
In all portions of tho Group tem
peratures were considerably loner thou
for several weeks heretofore. High;
southerly, shitting to westcrday and
northwesterly, winds were general dur
ing Wednesday and continued In many
sections during Thursday. Fairly good
showers accompanied the wind In n few ,
localities, but as a rule drought condl
n heavy southerly
the 7tb..G O. Kin-1
over wo weeks;
gnlo occurred on
I'ahala The weather continues dry
nnd a southwesterly gale, which Is
still blowing, Is damagng cano to a
considerable extent. II. I). Harrison
Olan The weather continues very
dry and hot, with a strong north
wind, harvesting continues, nnd some
cane Is being planted. E. P. McCann
Kapoho Dry weather has prevailed
again during (ho past week; heavy
south winds occurred on the 7th and a
northerly gale oo the 8th. II. J, Ly
mau. ISLAND OK MAUI.
Klpahulu We bavo had fine grow
ing weather with good showers over
the whole plantation; heavy rains in
the mountains are supplying an
abundance of water for flumlng cane
liana Clear nnd warm weather hat
prevailed during the entire week; there
are no Indications of rain and our sup
ply of water Is getting low. N. Qui
m win hi
MANY NEW THINGS
,The members and others who are In
terested In the Clks minstrels were
seen hustling about town today get
ting together a bunch of new stuff for
the coming third performance on
Thursday night. An effort Is being
made to give the people something new
on this, the last night, of the Elks per
formance, and while It would bo Im
possible to Improve on the opening and
.closing acts of this show In the mind
of the press agent, It would be not
amiss to gle the public some new
ernes and gags In the end men's work.
Mr Al H Moore, who made such a hit
I In Mr. I.awaon from lioston (local.
. Ilzed) has nlrcady three new vcrtcs lu
-' hnn. nut tnntlv ft. Ma lltnnr nn.l
Although the storm was of short dur- no"n"e" ",mu ,ocl
,11.. i .. . nnr,i..inriu ..... nkii.'nay. C. O. Jacobs.
It lasted. In all section, of Hawaii. .Peahl Fln,c, wfaer, with light
but more especially along the wind- bowc" aai, Id nlfhtl1' "F1? In, tn0
ward coast, the wind caused great dam- fc5' M .'.n.".,"1 b,y ft kna
age to both old and joung cane, plan- wind but with little rain -Geo. Groves
talion Humes, buildings and trees. Tho Hnlku-Uurlng most of the week tho
destructive winds In Maul were chief! gather has been dry, sunny nnd very
confined to the northern coast, where ignvomuie iur me gruwin ui pineapp.c
Nahlkti The week has been
tlons continued and n heavy and gen-lllh war.m !lay? but th?.c'!!?l l?lg1'14 say. thoy'ro groaL Ills last were fin-.
era! rain, is needed. wc nave nau mis season; a vcryneavy but ,,. ncw ,ot nr(J ccrtatny not In
imminent muu vttuucu vuiiva- ,h. ,.. ., ,,, -11hni1t. .mi-ti
to make you split our sides.
i Doylo and Livingston nre also In line
with a new assortment of good stuff and
new customers will get a barrel of fun
out of them for small money.
The finale, which made such a hit
with the patrons, is well worth the
price of admission alone, being one of
tho cleverest pieces of stage work ever
exhibited In Honolulu, nnd Is bound to
live In the memories of those who saw
It for many a day Hugo Herzcr's Elk
toast adds luster to such a scene, and
the manner in which he disposes It to
bis audience Is certainly beautiful Ilia
stage presence Is alwnys graceful, and
his action even more so. nnd with tho
little strain of "Auld Lnng Syne" that
Prof Ilcrgcr runs through the arti
ficial effects to his song. It certainly
I makes It n wonderful nnd fascinating
scene, never to be forgotten
A most encouragng sale (if seat
(rult trees and plantation flumes and
trestles suffered much. In windward
Onhu, both cane and coffee wcra con
siderably damaged, while In leewurd
tlisirlcts many trees were uprooted and
several smalt buildings were demol
ished. In northern Kauai, oung rlca
nnd trees were blown down and low.
land pastures were greatly Injured by
strong northwest winds from Ui?
ocean. During the storm a heavy snow
fell on the summit of Halcakala moun
tain In Mnul The harvesting and
grinding of mature cane continue,
plowing Is In progress, and some cane
Is being planted Young rice grew well
during tbe week, nnd conditions were
generally favorable for tho advance
ment of voting pineapple plants nnd tho
ripening of winter crop pines. Pas
tures In practically all sections of the
group need rain
11KMA11KS I1Y CORRESPONDENTS
ISLAND OK HAWAII.
Katimana The weather is again
dr), high winds on tho 7th nnd bib,
broke down sonic, cane, nnd a number
of forest trees, and several stretches ot
enne flume; a forest fire which lasted
n day and two nights destroyed many
trees and tcorched )oung cane. J. E.
Ponahawat Tho weather hero has
been dry and windy all week. J E.
Hilo The dry weather continues,
and rain Is needed badly, high winds
on the 7th and 8th did considerable
damage to all vegetation. L. C. Ly
man. Papalkou The dry weather still
contlnuis and cano Is suffering; n ter
rific gate on the night of the 7th did
about (30,000 worth of damage to flume
plants and the ripening of the fruit.
but pastures are getting dry and the
water In irrigation ditches is very low,
on the 7th a strong south wind pre
vailed, accompanied by a heavy snow
fall on Haleakela mountain and light
rains on the lowlands. D, D, Ilaldwin.
Paia Kino weather prevailed hero
during the week except on Wednesday,
when a strong south wind was accom
panied by heavy dashes of rain, pres
ent indications point to more rain,
which Is needed. J. J. Jones.
Puunenc The weather has been var
iable, a very low barometer on the
7th wilb nttpnded bv verv hleh honlh- '
nprtAlf.,1 Tlrtll TlAV,la ft. r .l . a
nomnt "XfeJ WlVH1 reni;rmon,Uar he owning of '.
no damage wns done.-J. N. S. ttll- b 0'mcc d n good house Is assured
vt'nii.,1,., n-i.,1,, .!.. i -...! "'e bojs for their third performance i
m HTr" ",?.; 'Zi '" ,.rJ They nre certainly deserving of it for
rain and strong south wind on the "th.
the storm did considerable damigo to
12 1"2 C. PER POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came In the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c.
2 Lbls. 35 c.
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.
'PHONE, MAIN J49
they nre giving Honolulu s public a
show that does Its amateur's proud.
I Hill lUUBIUlTUUlU UUIIMKU IU .,., ..,.,! 1.1 ..!... .,.
flumes and trestle, nnd great damn. 7 ' "'"' '".""V " "' , " 'L '""
There are Imitations, But
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Under new management.
iachs' block, cor. fort and beretania 8treet8.
M Dr CRN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this, establishment
T4 second floor will bo available shortly and applications for furnish
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to fruit trees; Irrigation ditches and
streams nre full Uro Frank
Klhel Temperatures this week hava
been about tho same ns Inst, strong
southerly winds on the 6th, 6th and "Hi
have been attended by rains to wind
ward, we are fertilizing and harvest
ing enne and plowing land James
ISLAND OF OAHU
Maunawlll The weather was
slooal) company look to Its laurels
stormy on the '"th and 8th, bananas
and coffee have been greatly damaged
by the high winds, but tho accompany
ing rains hnve been most btnedclal
Wnlmannlo Temperatures have been
somewhat lower this week, and a heavy
rain accompanied the high wind of the
7th A. Irvine.
Palolo The weather continues quite
Willie Pomakal went to a. cnmhllne
tery riaco near Illvcr and Hotel streets.
Willie's wife caught hi in
quit It!" snld wlfcy
"Choso ourself," said Willie
Here a Porto Illcan gamester buttcj
In and snld things to Willie's wife for
"I'm not talking to you," said Mrs.
Tho Porto Illcan then proceeded to
Choke the lady. Tho husband, with
trestles; we are weeding and stripping dry; several small buildings were de- that. punched the nssallant, who, not
nana nlinilner ln,l nml n nnflnn l t nnllska,! ! ikn klnh ,lnJ a !, ?t. . . ' """
cane, plowing land nnd planting. J. T.
Pepcckeo Tho weather during tho
past week has been very (fry, with
high winds; we arc cutting and grind
Ing cane, clearing, plowing and har
rowing land, and planting cane. Jns.
Honomu The weather has been
ery dry during the week; a severe
wind storm on tho 7th and 8th caused
considerable damago to growing crops
and to Humes, wo are harvesting cane. Parker
and clearing and plowing land for Honolulu Temperatures
planting, Wm. Pullar.
Papaaloa A strong northerly wind
on the 7th and 8th caused considerable
damage to buildings, flumes, and both
oung and old cane; the harvesting
and grinding ot cano continue. C. Mc
Lennan Laupahoehoe Tho weather con-
ucing xnocKoa out, tried to throw a
rlcc-pot nt the husband. Husband and
wife thereupon gave tho Porto Illcan
a whipping and, further swore out a
warrant for his arrest.
mollshed by tho high wind on the 7th,
but no particular damage was done In
the forests; pastures nro rather dry,
young rice and taro are In good condi
tion and srowlug nicely. F. L. Web-
,'-. f.. ii ... i .. .' A" of hlch occurred In tho clos
Manoa The light rains of the past rlclnlty of tho Winston block.
,. nnlf hft.n .Inns ac. II. ,1a Inrninl .. -
,IV ,.",U UVIIC 1CI; IIVllU WNUIU IV
llevlng the drought, which Is making
Itself felt mora and moro as tho weeks
go by; Manoa streams are very low.
and pastures need a good rain r N
considerably lower during tho pact
week; during the storm of tho 7th a
maximum wind velocity of CO miles an
hour from tho northwest was recorded
at . 28 p m this being tho highest
velocity attnlnj-d here since the sta
tion wns established in the fall of 1901
I.ocal Office, U S, Weather llureau
Kwa A good shower of rain fell on
the 7th and was of great benefit to
(Bpeclnl fa Th Autltnn)
Wnlluku, .Maul, March 3. Work on
tho inivv Jii.nnn. landing at McGregor's
Is progressing rapidly. During the
high Kona winds last Wednesday and
Thursday, lasting forty-eight hours,
two of tho new stout concrete, piers
wern bent and somu slight damago
donn to tho heavy timber work The
Stops that distress after eating
For sale byt your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
tlnuca very dry, the supply of water Is
I orv ihnrl nml nnaturfi. nrn ilrvlni. un
a very severe gale from tho northwest cane and other vegetation; a strong """"ctora had figured on completing
from 7 v. m. of the 7th to 5 p. m. of southerly gale occurred on tho 8th, but ,.?r.? on, ". """'"S ln, l,ree
the 8th cnuscd considerable damago to did no damage. W. Lohrengcl. c,Jk ,lmc! ."" tho damago dono by
houses and trees K. W.VJarnnrd. I Wulunae Temperatures throughout ,nc B,,0.r.m ,hl week will delay the
Ookala The heaviest wind storm In the week hnve been rather low; high completion ono weok. When the
eurs swept tho const during tho night winds on tho 7lh were accompanied by foundations woro being laid several
of the 7th and'the following day and raln.-F Meyer. months ago, a heavy southwoster came
caused much damage: the harvesting Knhuku A wind storm on the 7th, "I" which gayo the contractors an idea
of cane continues. W. O. Walker. i accompanied by light rainfall, did con- ,10,v , McOregora landing can be
Paaullo Tho week has been worm slderable damngo to crops; tno rainfall nd that It is not ns smooth as a mill
and dry, with abundant sunshine; tho
heaviest southwest wind in years pre
vailed on the 7th and 8th, causing much
damage to both old and young cane;
many trees wer blown down and
buildings were unroofed. C. It. Ilia-
Paauhau A heavy kona storm oc
curred dining the later part of thn
Hcatfqxtrter for automobiles with
tptviWTy equipped fireproof garage,
VON HMAM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
have opened a horse-shoeing
department in connec
tion with their carriage
shop, otc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class she"- " are pre
pared to ao ail work; In
trusted to them ln a first
of the week, 71 Inch, was very beno- Pna' as .nas lJ.ecn ,olVncm ?' ,,10"e
ficlal for pastures and crops, but not Interested In having the landing put
sufficient In amount to allow the shut- UD, at McGregors Instead of Maalaea.
ting down of pumps; tho harvesting of ,mmcns concroto piers were erect
Laic plantation cano continues; Bteum ,d 'or 2" ,cct frnm u,o shore, the
Plowing for the 1908 cane crop Is In aeepest places being In about fourteen
progress. It. T, Chrlstophcrson. ,tcot of water. Tho landing Is sixteen
ISLAND OF KAUAI. Ifc0t w,ll Bnd 10 ,cct n,sh w"h an "L"
Mnknwoll A wont-rlv mnrm nmvnii. 20x10 feet at the outer edge. Ten feet
week, but very llttlo rain fell on the d during tho entire day of tho 7th, ac- flotation was supposed to make the
lower lands; we ore harvesting nnd tompanled by .42 Inch of rain; temper- nndlng snfoln nil sorts of weather, but
planting cane II. Glass. Mures during tho latter pare of the la8t Wednesday, tho seas came In al-
NlullI Calm weather early In thn week were considerably tower thau ni0,t mountain high and washed over
week was followed by n severe wind heietofore. Hawaiian Sugar Co. ,' ,n.ow. lanu'nS
Btorm which did considerable dnmase Eleelc With tho exception of .CO Old Maalaea land ng. with one half
to enno nnd buildings; we were torn Inch of rain during the early mornlnu- '"'lpr water, Is still standing. Last
i plied to ston grinding at 10 n m ol of the 8th. at which time a southerly Wednesdays storm did not reach
storm wng in progress, tno weather ""- ii;uii.-isiii iuuuiuk yiu bui
hero has been dry, both nights and posed to bo safe In all sorts of weather
mornings havo been very cold tltH because It Is slloltorod.
week. Mcllrydo Sugar Co. ' i r i
Koloi Tho weather has been partly! Nnw York, Feb. 18. An official an
cloudy, with light showers and low nouncotnent of tho Great Northern
temperatures during the latter part of merger Is expected alnmot any day
the week; a severe wind storm cc- The )la outlined a fortnight ugo
curred on the 7th P. McLanc W.is the formotlon of n company with
Llhuo Tho wcither has again mod 8120,000,000 capital to talo tho Great
crated after n strong wind on the fith Northern Iron lunds, the stock to be dl
and 7th, the rainfall of tho wnik Weil up among the Groat Northern
amounted to 1.28 Inches. F. Weber holders. The lands nre leased to tho
Kllauca Tho weather this week his united state aieei corporation sub
PER THE S. S. NEDRA8KAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schman Carriage Co.,
ALEX.' YOUNQ BLDG.
Sih on nccount of tho storm. F,
Kohala Mlsilon The heaviest storm
in many jears caused much daniuge to
Humes, trees and crops on the 7th Dr
11. D. Iloud.
Pualioa Ranch Southerly wlndi
during the greater part of tho week
culminated In n very severe storm on
the 7th, but with little rain; on ac
count of the high winds pastures nio
becoming dry nnd rain Is nocded A.
Puiihut-Cnlm weather from the 1st
to th. 4th wns followed by two dajs been ery stormy, with strong westerly tantlaly as long as the ore body lasts,
of high eouthcrly winds with light winui, which, nowovcr, caused no dniu
rains; pastures nro in fulr condition
and itock It- Improving. 8, P. Woods.
Kahuela The days hnve been fine
and the nlghu cool; on tho 7th we ex
perienced a southwest gale followed by
n heavy rain Mrs, E. W Hoy.
Pauwaowaa Tho weather has been
rather coldf on the 7th a heavy rnlu
fell, accompanied by high winds.
Kealakekua On the 7th wo had a
good rain from tho south, amounting ;
to 1.19 inches; this will greatly benefit
crops and live stock. nobt. Wallucc.
Naalehu No rain has fallen now for
ago to cano. L. I). Ilorclko.
Hinalcl Hlce, trees and lowland
pastures wero greatly damaged by
stroag northwest winds on the 7th and
Sth.-i; a K. Dcvcrlll.
A. McC. ASHLEY,
The Weekly Edition of tho Evening
nu'Jetln elves a complete summary of
the news of tbe day. For SI year. 'llsblng Company.
Thn new corporation will get SO cents
a ton rojnlty, und tho Great Northern
Hallway 80 cents a ton for hauling. Tho
initial production Is to be 3,000,000 tons
minimum, this probably for live years;
then Ave years at 7.000,000 tons mini
mum; then, Indefinitely, 10,000,000 tonj
niank hooka of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Dulletln Pub.
Some men put all theg shine on their I You cannot alwais Judge a man's
Iiojec and have nothing to gild tbelr weight by tho abundancy ot bis avoir
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid In stock i line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that we
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFISH In blocks and strips, PICKLED BLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT 8ALMON, SALMON BELLIES, 8MOKED EELS (Imported),
8MOKED HALIBUT, and 8ALM0N 8MOKED BLOATERS.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
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