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KVRNINO ntJM.HTIN. HONOMJMT, T. II . TlintSOAY, AI'IUI. 13. 1000.
Special Bargains in
Sale Now On
A saving of at least one-third and In many eases a great deal more
can be effected on every pair of curtains purchased during the week
nt this ctore. This Is another one of those rare opportunities present
ed to housewives and hotel keepers In which they can replace, old
or worn out curtains with new ones at a surprisingly Low Cost
Besides, we havo an Immense assortment to choose from.
Cvcry curtain Is full length and width 3 1-2 yards long and SO to
CO Inches wide.
$1.00 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S .7." PAIR
$1.50 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S1.15 PAIR
$2.25 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S1.50 PAin
; - $2.50 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S1.G5 PAIR
' $2.75 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S1.80 PAIR
$3.00 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S2.10 PAIR
$3.25 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S2.U0 PAIR
$3.50 QUALITY, ON SALE AT Sil.-lO PAIR
$1.00 QUALITY, ON SALE AT S2.00 PAIR
$5.00 QUALITY, ON SALE AT 53.85 PAIR
This proportion of prices up to $6.90 a pair.
The stock Is well-assorted and some lines have as many as six
different patterns of the Same Price to select from.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT A'ND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
I t Fr it 'a on I
ITS, tPjL) 'thctopwhlchW
I J RAINIER BOTTLING" DS?V Jjw' 'j J ) I 1 I
Jia& A Digestive Marvel -JMf
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
Is In a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
Jas, E. Westbrook
ii Mdmmn un -i ii liiKMfi irti
I FORT ST. OPP. LOVE DLDQ.
niriiitr'ii-iTiifliffiirv'-ifiiiii itimivi i i-i'-
Has Had More Shocks
Than Other Parts
Arcnrdlng to MntlMlrj Hip Pacific
Co.it linn l.reu visited with more earth
iprnkcg than any other imrt of North
America. Thin Is probably due, li n
believed, to Hip fiut that cnilliininkci
dip more ronimon on buunihiry lined!
between gri'nl elevations uml great de
plPXHliins. 'Flip I'nrlllu co.iKt Is between
Kici I elevations of mountains nml Hie
rxtieiuo depth of llio I'luirtp ocean
In Kssr, tberp wore flfty-nlnc earth
ipiakcB, niul two-thirds of these vvero
(in the Piirlllc sloic. From 1872 to 1SS1I
Ihrin were Ilfil earthquakes In Mm
I'nllcd Hlntes. Of Iheso 147 wore on
llii' Allnntlc slope. Oii hi the MlimlMlp
pi Valley, niul 151 were on the Pacific
slope. In Now imlnliil iliirliiK Hip 2.".0
)-irn ending in 1870 there vvero 231
rnitliqinikot recorded, nml II Is be
lieved (lint almost as m.iuy were not
The nrcnlcst American earthquake
was nt t'hnrlcslon. 8. C, on Hip ovcnliu;
of August 31, lKMi. It was felt over
an nip.i MX) mile vvldo nml Unit) long,
from no 11 1 1 to ninth. Mirny lives wore
lout nml nliio-lrntlia of the building
vvtrc Itijurixl. Shocks continued for
Tbp greatest earthquake of modern
limes was that nt Lisbon, Novcmhcr
1, 1753. It lant but six minutes nml lett
tlio city n heap of ruins. In that c.ntli
ipinko fio.OUU Uvea wcrp lost. It wus
lelt fiom tlio Miidclrns to Ililtalti. In
( out ran with the Lisbon carlhqunho.
ns rcganU time of iliiintlon was Hip
earthquake of Ualnbrln In 1783. Its
hliocks kept up at Intervals for four
years. Onn of Hip cfTettii of that e.uth-
quako wiir Hip opening of n chimin &U0
feet long anil 200 feet deep.
Volcanic regions nrp mure subject to
carthiii.lk(s than other places. It Is
vtntcil, but lonio uf Hip must severe
have not been near n otcano. Some
times tlio sudden escape of luvn from u
volcano will cause serious earthqunkc3.
One case of this kind was the. r.rcat ex
plosion of Kraknto.i, In the Sunda
Straits, ami n.n n result of It u portlou
of land vvns sunk inn fntlmnis beneath
HclcntlsU illffcr concerning tho
causes of earthquakes, but It li gener
ally ngiccd Hint thev are primarily iIiip
to ic.idjustmcnt of the earth's crust In
changing londltlons of pressure. When
hcverp eaithiii.ikes occur beneath Llia
ocean, tidal waves nro UKually the ro
sult. A cliniiRn In the condition of th'i
ntinospheio Is bellevcil by some to
cause, earthquakes at times.
In the report o George) Darwin t'l
Hip Illltlsli Association, he shows tli.lt
when Hip barometer rises nu Inch over
tin nrea ns larse ns Australia, tho In
creased liuil of air sinks Hie land two
or three Inches, nml Hint the saniu
pressuie on tlio orenn moy depress the
water n foot or more.
Coast Artillery Is
Not Well Equipped
WnsliliiRlnn. April a Bonio surpris
ing fads lCK.uilliii; the liinc!eiiincy 0
tlio Coast Artillery fence vveio Inium'il
out In the reent examination of Ktc-
viiiiy Tart by tho Senate Conimlttec
on .Mlllluiy Affairs. Tlio Secretin)
prcseutecl data sIiowIiir the pruictit
MUthorlzeil fiirie of Coast Artillery u
sulllclc'it to provide cine relict fur only
U jier cent of Hip ruiis. nitiies, ranu
flmlcrs, etc., now actually Insliilleil m
authoilzeil for tlio coast defenses uf llig
This Is exclusive of reseives. sup-
purls, etc., uml Is based upon the ac
tual number of oltUeis uml men i-
iiulreil It tho (jitlio force of Coast Ar
tillery cniilil bo mustered In llnu niul
cadi man mm died lo his position. It
nns also shown that this Is an iiveraue
bhortuRe uf more than 20 per tuut In
the ( iilh Aitlllery companies, and
that, due lo this shortage, lebs than Z'i
per cent of Hie defenses can bu nctiml
ly manned by troops now In scrvlic.
In ease of a Hidden outbreak of wui
70 per cent of tho eo.ikt defenses would
have to remain Idle until such time ns
volunteers or raw iccrults could lm
tiuliiril to handle the hlRh-power Riiiib,
mines mid peltlon-fliiellui; Kystem, etc,
'tills shortage) Is u-ild to be duo to Ha
.lit th.it the pay lu not siilllclent to In
line e men to enlist for the Coast Arlll
To obviate these conditions Itopro
Sdilatlvp Hull hag piesenteel n bill In
CongtrsH which eanks lucrc.oeel pay
for certain grades In the Coast Artil
lery Hint teipilre technical skill, mid
lliei c.isph the iiilthorl;.ee strength U)
about r.oofl olllcers ami men. This hill.
If p.ismiI, wilt Increase Hip tiuthoiUe.il
strength lo lf per cent o that iP(iiltCil
lop one icllef.
HEAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
On easy monthly payments, largo mod
ern Cottage, 121.1 Mntloclc Ave; 1
heilr., 1 block from 2 car lines, small
ensh payment, bal, S,
A few choice I.o1b nt Puumit Ave liar
xaln. Easy terms.
2.20 acres tract nlf Nuuanii Ave. PItn
s ty water. Close to cur lino,
rurrtslicd B r. Cottagu, Manoa Val
lev Ideal Hummer homo, good bath
ing. .Mountain nir. Stnhlo, Near ear
lino. Only Jin p, m.
House, newly painted, 3 bedr, Kunklnl
House, 2 bedr. Ilcaeli Itoad. (10.
P. i:. It. RTItAHCH,
Wally llulldliig. 74 S. King St.
in riTin im rr nin'i ir "it
Manny Phillips of this city nt 12 .".o
Hits morning received Hip following
cablegram from n lending firm of Port
land, Oregon, Hip message coining by
way nf New York nml .Manila.
"Manny Phillips, Honolulu' No
private messages. Ilusluess district
dent I oved. Residences icporlcct safe.
Mr. Phillips wired, reuuesllng Infoi-
million ns to the San rraurlsco dis
aster, nt 8:30 Inst night, receiving tho
nbove In reply.
TO SAN FRANCISCO
May Be Difficult
Passengers from Honolulu and the
Orient aboard tho China, due nt San
Franrlsro loeliy, will know nothing of
I lie gienl earthquake until Hiey nrilve.
It Is possible, as u (onfc picnic of (l.e
earth's dlMurhluro. Hint the China wit!
1'tivp dllllcully In innklng port
T lie passengers nro as follows- J. s
.McCnmllcss. lip. (irosstmui, Miss TIs-
dale, I. S. Park, T, II. Petri". I). II.
i nomas niui wue, usrar iirovvne, Mrn
.1. W Martin and daughter. II. 0. Hum-
say. Mrs. U. 1). (lllllllau, Miss K. 1
ns I'.. l.
ou, L, 1).
n. P. Jlur-
liiiiiiinn. unpimn w Matsou, 1,, 1).
Uiccy, C. It. I.aiey, ( Dorgii
man nml wife. Miss I,. C Murmnn, Miss
I M Dodge. Mrs. Parke. Miss Pnrke,
.Mrs. .1. I). Pemberton. Miss II K. Petn
berloii, Mr mid Mrs. Itobeit Mc.Mplnp,
I' Thomas mid w If.-., Mrs. A M. Iliovvn,
Harry Wleks. Charles llnrsvvell. V.
Johnson, Cenrge llnwlcy. 0. Mortevedt,
A. J.. .1. P. mid M. P Cumacho. J. M
P. Camauilio, dr., Marie I't'aruacbo
and wife, John S. Vnlcnte. wlfp nml J
children, J. Sousa Vnlmie. wife mid In
fant. V Scbnmuscn. vvlcf mid daugh
ter, C. I.ehninn, wife and 4 cblhlnu.
Folks Who May Have
Been In Earthquake
Pollowlng nro the passenger lists of
recent boats which have taken people
from Honolulu, many of whom may
havo been In San Francisco ut the time
of tho earthquake;
Krano;b,NlCho.,:rMl!?rf',l '' ." ....
Uiiilse Nichols, Miss. .Major la Nlcholi,
Mrs. S. (I. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Moore, Mr and Mrs, 0. V. Klrby, Mis
Mary J. Allen, Mrs, Klmbnll, Miss
Kimball, (1 P, Cooko and wife, Mrs,
I,. M. Slattrry, II. Schultic. Mr. and
Mrs. II. Koeko, two children and maid;
Mr. and Mrs fl. P, Cnstlo nnd two
daughters, Mrs. V. I.. Tenncy nnd son,
Mrs. M. K. Alexnndcr, II. C. Haslon,
J. C. Hill and wife, Ueut. Comilr. A.
P, Nlhlack and vvlfq, Miss Cation,
Miss P. M. Harcn, T, E, Ilynn, .Mre.
J. II. Itynn. Mis'. T. i:. Ityan. Miss
Norlne Ii)an, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Wnd
dell. Mrs. J. W nergstrom nnd two
thllrlreii, II. T. Vars, wlfo and thllcl;
Mm A. Ilurekers. Mrs. O. J. IletHs,
Cnpl. Stewart. Mrs. Stewnrt, Miss M.
1.. Madden, C. Wlllnrd. Mrs. I.. Ilnm.
tin. Mis. W. A. Cunningham, Miss N.
Cuuiiliiglinm, I, O. Itoblusnu, A. Mo
ses, W. Stephenson, Mrs. A. Mnckla
tosh and daughter, Miss Kuliimnmi
Ward, Miss I. Wnrd, C. McWan.
Mr. and Mrs S II. forties, Miss A.
Merriam, It. S. Ilosmcr, Mrs. O. II.
llnsmer. J. C. MrCniiilless, II. r. Wlch.
man, P. Wiehman, nurso nnd two
children; Mrs. I". A. McMryde, Mrs,
A. K. Priiden, Miss Oenovlevo Illv,
J Mm tan llal.er. Mrs. II. Weiss nml
two children. Miss K. II. McKenzIo, II.
J. Fthoeneaii, Mis. Angus nnd two
daughters. II.. II. Wniden, K. T. Par
FOiw, Mr. and Mrs. I). K. Thomas. A.
II. Kllern, C. II. Clapp, Mrs. A. W. T,
Ilottomloy, Dr. W. C. Wllo, ,W. ft.
Chilton, I'rnnk Levy, Mr. iicl Mrs. Me
Alpli.p. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. P. I,. Staf
ford. P. P., Walsh, wlfo nnd two dill
dren; W. It. Smith, J. Wllheljn, J,
I'rcdc rleks, Thomas Prime, It. Schmidt,
(1 Ashlknge anil servant. Miss I".
Ihonipson, A. A Miiuson,
Per 8. S. Sonoma, April fi. for San
rrtuiclseo. Dr. Woolsey, JIlss Keith,
Pnitl Neumann, Mr nnd Mrs. T. K.
Walsh, It. It. Flshburn, Miss Fish
burn, It. Sc-hmhlt. Cnl. nnd Mrs,
Thompson, Mrs. Keeley, Miss Juihl,
Dr. Emily Noblo, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Spring, Mr. nnd Mrs. II. (). llnll, Mrs.
A. K. Prudcn. J P Myhnn, Mrs, M.
II. Avery, Mrs. P I.yle. II, A. Pct'-r-son,
M. II, Weinberg, Mr. nnd Mi's.
H. Lew In. Miss P. i:. Ilnrvoy nml
Per S. S. Alameda, March
Snn Irnnelsco.-I P Hell, child nnd
ntiree, J. H. Hell, Mrs. II. II. llnulhiJ
mid two children, Mis. C. (1, Docktw
and Infnnt, Mr. Iluhler, Mia. lluhler,
Miss Chnndler. P C. Clnrk. Miss 15.
C. Crink, K. Coopor. Mr. Cory, Mrs,
Coo. O. M. dishing, 8. Dowsed, II.
P. Klllott, Mrs. KHIott, 1-5. Plnnlgan,
Mrs. J. P. Forrester, Miss Uremia
rowler, Mrs C 11. Frailer, two chil
dren uml nurse; Mrs. C. V. Harring
ton, (leorgo Hawkins. MIsh Ilnywnrd,
N. Tl. llohlen Mrs. A. M. I.endhettcr,
J. C. l.nckwood, O I.nniax, Mr. Lowell,
fllr. R. A. I.undy, J. Mursdcn, I,. V.
MdKosson, Mrs, McKesson, Mrs. T.
M. Mcldrum, 15. II. Miller, Mm. Miller,
Mm. Moler and child, II. W. Mrtrlnn.
Mrs, Morlnn, Miss Mnrlnn, MIsh Nel
son, A. J. Norman, 15, W, Pease, Miss
Pease. Charles Place. II. Queal. Mrs.
J. II. Queal, Mr. Ttonfort, Mr. Itnbln
son, Mrs. Itoblnson, O. II. Robertson,
O. II. Strong, Mrs. Strong nnd two
children, II. 8. Tittle, W. D. Turk,
Mr. Turk, Mr J. I,. Van Snnl. Miss
K. Wnilman Mrs. M. II. Wogcr,' Q.
- V -
No Further Delay
Promptly nt 9 o'clock this morning
Hip S. 9. Alameda departed for Sau
Kranrlsco, It not boing thought nilvls
able to hold her nny longer. The de
parture of tho Alameda was not muni
different Hum usual, with the excep
tion that there was no music, nml per
haps Hip eiowd was u llttlo dllfeicut In
Its i undue I.
Captain Dondcll was at Hie olllce o!
Hip Oceanic agency until Jutt hefora
time to depart, but then was no
change In his orders mid at tho last
minute ho left lor Ills boat.
Passengers on tho Alameda did not
teem to think there was much danger
fif entering San l'ranclsco b.iy. Tliy
have full eonlldencc In Captain llow
riell, mid think ho will not take any
Undue risks In entering Hip harbor
To lip piep.ired for emergency. Hie
Alameda look on 700 additional barrels
of oil before departing nml that will op
Millie lent to bring brr back to Hono
lulu In rare she cannot get oil in Sail
It would Ire- quite Impoaslfblc for
'me to sny If there may bo any changm
'In the formation of tho entrance lo tlio
linrbor of Sail l-'ranclsro," said Captain
DoHdell before leaving. "Tliat mai
iter Is simply nno of conjecture."
Knturnlly Hie horror of the wi
of Hip lllo Janeiro was recalled to
Naturally Hie horror of the wie.k
minds of many when It was suggested
yesterday that possibly the earlhcpi.ikii
hid made somo new dnngem In the en
trance to the U'irlior, nml it was be
lieved that thin would effect Hie pas
tensers and preTenl their departure
Hut the railing uf the Alameda wng
lined with fearless faces ns tho boat
slouly barked nway from the duck and
liirned her how fur the open ocean.
There were 40 cabin passengers uud
uioi o than 300 III th steerage.
Theio will bo no effort made by Hul
olllcers of the Alameda to make I ho
trip In less than tho usual time Cup
tain Dovvdell slated Just befoic depart
ing that he would reach Kan Prune isco
early Wednesday morning, making Hi
trip In six days.
The Oceanic S. S. Sonnmn Is due lo
leave San Francisco nt 2 o'clock thl J
afternoon, but whether she will be uble
to leave Is so uiicerlnln that the local
agents of tno company will not ventuie
an opinion. If she departs according
to original plans, she will bring thu
I'rvtl I Hitiiusti there' Is litithlug that
pleiikes a wciiuiili inure than the devot
ed ntleiitloii of Hie man of her choice.
(iln.vcN Kxeept ieiluiis the devotesl
nttcutlcin of Hid man of soniu oilier
tt :: :: :: tt u n t: n i: t: :: a w :: n n
Wlheck. J. H. Williams. Mrs. Wil
liams, Krncst Wilkes.
Per S. H. SlbPrla, March 21. for San
Francisco. (leorgo It. Ilownrd, wlfo
nnd daughter; Dr. W. II. n.ildwln, Mrs.
W. 1). Ilahlwln, MIssC. tlalilvvln, Miss
N'ordmejer, Ilohcrt Html, Mrs Hind,
Miss M. 12. Wellnnd. fii-n. P. Kendnll,
Miss Kendall, Miss IVnton, Miss Hal
telln, Miss I,. Dunham, Miss M. M
Dlllingpr. Mis I,. II. Dardem, Miss
Margaret Wallace, W. D. Droncr, S
Livingstone ami wife, r H. Churchill,
wife child, maid and two servants;
Mil. W. V. make. Misses Dlako (2)
Mr. I.. Illce and child. Dr. O. ft Me
Donogh. W. J. Mllrhell, J. A Mellon
nhl. J. It Long. T. R. Synils. 11. C
Lntlln, i:, Cnnnnn. I. n. Kellogg. W
It. Castle. A. Adams, John liirwell.
I.enn llonlgsberger. Chns. Tschudl. 0
W. Tsihudl. (). II. Strong nnd wife,
Shermnu Denton. Miss Denton. Uob-it
Denton, Mrs. Miller. 13. J. Ilrnndt C
C .Desmond nml wife, W. P
niery, II. S. Waldo, John It. Truo and
wife, Julius It lllnuo, ll. H. Tlltlo, r
H. Miller, C. W. noseerniiR. It. Ilelll
nt, A. P. Afong, P. I Wnldron.
Per S. 8. Sierra, March IS. for San
Krnncl8co. -Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. I.. Pil
lock. Miss l'lttnek, Mrs, I.enilheller.
Oscar Aulberg. Muster Anlherg. Mlsit
Tlnmnn. Miss llnmlln (2). Miss Loggln.
Mr nnd Mrs. MIIcb, Mr. nnd Mrs Lan
sing. H II. Srhnffer ami wire. It V.
Prost. J. 11. Prost. Miss C. P. liar
rlnglon, . n. Castle, Mr. nnd Mrs
Edwin Chnso, Miss Hlads naylord.
Mrs. K. T. Welherred, Missus Katlo
Nnsli, Ploreneo Merman.
nimwi, Minnie Phlltlpn, Kulo
Bailie Mndlgaii, IMnn Paisley. 8malln
CrofBcn, Molllo Proehslel. Her ha
Couituiiiiiche. II, It, Ilnnntng. JamcH M.
Thonipjon. J. I,. Thompson. Mr nnd
Mtj J T. Overbitry. .1. Ilngar. 8.
Gregory. Mrs. N. fi. Saclis. John Pat-
ton, Mr. M. V. Peter. Mr M. fi
Jone. MJks Rutherford. Knrl Nlchl-
.oka. C. Miller, wlfo and child.
r " j
SLY WING SHOT.
"It's rcmarktbto how Jnncs always
to kill n bird!"
"Oh. Hint's very tiirolc. Ho loads
In every entl"
TURN DOWN AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONC OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use 16
candle power when 1-candle power weuld suffice. This means that the
lamp wastes you money and more money In the course of a year than
HYLO LAMPS on the other hand, save you money, for they en
able you lo turn your light down rem 1Ccp, lo 1 e.p. at will,
HYLO LAMPS ARE INVALUADLE FOR THE SICK ROOM, AND
CAN RE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP IS
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
Office, King St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390,
were undoubtedly "up against It" with only the old faihloned "pigeon
hole" olllce furniture.
goods have already transformed thousands of olfices Into
Are you so pocltlv that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Go.
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
some articles of diet more or lets leeway In the matter of quality may
be allowed without any unpleasant resulta being experienced. With
butter, however, this is not the case. Tho best Is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS BUTTER IS THE REST.
TWO POUNDS FOR (;,(
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
1' OK 8ALII EVIIHVWIIIIUU
McPARLANti&Co., Sole Agents.
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
H7 when you want your clothes attended to,
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F, COLDURN III, Manager. Olflce. KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
The Bulletin, 75cts per month
brings tho feathers, but nevor happens
hit own cartridges and putt tomo fcathtri
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Meat Co., Ltd.