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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T.
SEPT. 15, idoe.
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Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
PHONE MAIN 41
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO..
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
we pack, haul and ihlp you
goods and lare you money.
Deafen in STOVE WOOD. COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stof are (n Bt iek Warehouse,
A BIG NEW STOCK
Just Arrived by Alameda
FJnMl.ine, Ever .Shown
' . in Honolulu
v . i
Coyne Furniture Co.
.. .Hotel and Union Streets.
Is Best Carbon
Typewrltlst who have used
' It pronounce It the most eat-
' Itfactory In the market.
. ' A. neat, clean copy hard to
distinguish from the original
. no mudge, no matter how
', many time manifolded.
Try KEE LOX once and
you will alway use It.
YOUNQ BLD. and MERCHANT ST.
.' ' ir
. No material for men' eulte
I quite eo worth while a
. whit duck.
It I alway pleasing In ap
pearance and, Important of
' all-in thle climate, It Is Cool.
W make them from linen
and cotton at prices that will
surprise 'ou for their low
You won't doubt the fit af
j Ur'tha first try-on.
62 KINQ 8TREET.
.Jlng Wo Tal & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
. Ml NUUANU STREET.
Tel. Main 2 ' P. O. Boy Ms.
JjBJf-"For Rent" card on sate at
the; Bulletin office.
When you buy an uncovered ham
you pay only for the meat, It'c the
tame with bacon. Ve feet that our
home-emoked gacda In these llnea re
quire no enuorsenr.ent aa to quality;
the fact that v.e itr.oke them la sufficient.
OUR FUNERAL RATES for the poor
and middle elaaaea are aa follow:
8.U, $12.60, $1D.OO, 118.00; Middle
Claea, 125.00, $35.00, $40.00, and up
ward to ault.
We can be found at all houre of the
day at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hour of night by Phone
1120 FORT ST.
126 Kinf St. Phone Main 98
than the other
because it is
better made and
Your grocer de
livers a case for
Works Co , Ltd.
F. L. WALDRON, Agni
PHONE MAIN 2SS.
By Young Japanese echool
girl. Wagee no object.
Dy Young Japanese, echool
Japanese Hotels Union
KINQ and MAUNAKEA.
o OF o
STEW PANS and GAAOEN
rMBHNETS. TWINE AND BRONZt
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SOU,
No. 44-M King St, Kataoy Block, bet,
Nuuanu and 8mlth St.; Tel. Main 1M.
The moet nearly human maehtaa
ever Invented. Call and hear It at
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOWS BLDQ.
AND OTHER. PIANOS.
THAYEI NAN1) COMPANY.
15 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
Best 5c Smoke
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO.,
OF FINE JEWELRY t
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Gold Mounted BackGombs
IIS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT BT.
niauk books of all sorts. Isdger,
etc., manufactured by tbe Uulletlu Pub
Sao Francisco Fire
Lessons Drawn By
New York, July 23. The condition!
existing at the time uf and governing
the progiesn made by tlio Han Kram
elcco conflagration are ably presented
In the retort of the committee on fire
prevention of the National Hoard of
Fire Underwriter. This report In tlio
result of the Investigations liy Albert
Heed, consulting engineer to the com
mittee, who was sent out to make an
Investgutlon Immediately after the
fire. Mr. Heed gives valuable data
concerning existing conditions, and
legardlug the effect of the earthquake
On the solid around the action was
confined to slinking. In wbtch tbe up
per parts of structures were apt to ex
perience a maximum oscillation. In
soft ground there were permanent dis
placements which resulted In a distor
tion of tlio, lower parts of structures
where foundations did not go through
to' sound ground, this Is Illustrated
by the cases of the Aetna building, the
postolllce and the car tracks at thn
foot of Murket street, all of which
were on foundations going through
the few feet of soft material. Thoy
nliovr but Blight change ot level, al
though the streets adjacent have sunk
away. The damage from shaking was
seldom ruinous, except In topheavy
structures, whereas that from dls-
placement was generally structurally
Actual Damage Not Serious.
"The actual damage, though appall
ing to those who experienced the
shock, was not, an a general rule,
structurally serious as far as appear
and) went. Apart from biddings hav
ing ponderous architectural attach
ments, particularly tho City Hall,
where tho damage was great and spec.
taeular, tho apparent structural In
jury was mainly to tall chimneys,
church lowers and unbraced brick ga
bles, copings and projections.
"Tho effect on fireproof buildings
was especially Important, as the steel
frame type bad nover before been se
riously tested In an earthquake. It
may be said, generally speaking, that
tUeeo buildings had no apparent struc
tural Injury. The steel frames ap
peared plumb and true and, contrary
to the early account, neither thu sides
nor the- floors had dropped out.
Mr. Heed, as tho result of bis Inves
tigations, reaches tho following con
'The most notable farts ot this con
flagration are not ao much the confir
mation afforded to generally accepted
views aa the light tlnown on debated
matters connected with fire protection.
Among prevloujly accepted vlcwii
wtflch are confirmed are tbo follow
ing: "Tho paralyzing effect of a number
of simultaneous fires. The weakening
of the llre.lghtiiig forces as It thins
out over u wide front. Thu Impossi
bility, with exUtltig methods, of front
resistance to tho Hwcvp when Un
wind velocity exceeds u certain criti
cal nguro. The special vulnerability
of leoward tip-sloVt'K. The futility uf
explosives, except whern thero Is close
corporation with l:o.u ttreanis. Thu
structural ruin In. ncillap ration of all
woodun Joist tirlrlc buildings wheru
thu stability ot thu walls In uuy wuy
depends upon the bracing by tho
beams. The structural nil n to bu
anticipated In conflagration In all
wooden Joist brick buildings wheru
tho wall brailnK depeuJs upon unpin
tecled iruu und Meet girders or col
umns. Shuttering Front and Sides.
"The limited utility In a ronfiugru
lion of rear and side sliutteilng,
wbero front windows remained unpro
tected. Tho Ignltlbillty In conflagra
tions of ordinary roofs, consisting us
they do of tin or other tooling mu!
ilaU The slight vulite as conflagra
tion breaks of fireproof buildings
when abandoned. The possibility in
.conflagrations of holding buildings
wllh unprotected openings, provided
there are some'iuen, even a little wa
ter and tlio openings ore, few. The
llttlu reliance (to bo placed on Btreet
widths as positive conflagration
breaks. The structural survlvul, even
without window protection und when
abandoned, of steel frame buildings
with fireproof floor arches, provided
tho steel frame Is properly encased
with fireproof material, the structural
damage being In closo proportion -to
thu excellence of tbo frame protection.
Tbo more or less complete destruc
tion In such buildings of all non-sUno
lural Interior; heavy spalllng or ull
kinds of faring stone, will; little dU
Unction as to kind, the Injury to or
namental moldings and copings; ex
tensive damugo to hollow tlio In floor,
arches and partition Us ordinarily
constructed; a marked Increaso In In
jury where wood finUli floors aru used
orer the floor arches; the dangtr from
fulling safes, wheru there Is loose
back filling; tho failure of unprotected
castlron niulllonH and spandrels lu
courts, and tho weakness ot roofs enr
lied on unprotected steel rafters wllh
The most notable facts In respect to
light tlnown upon debated matteis aro
us follows: V (V
"1 Tho case of the Uush street tel
ephone, exchanged, l'whJeti had a high
typo of window protection, but wa
lull of combustible contents, was shut
up tight and abandoned to the maxi
mum conflagration , exposure. The
structure and tlio window protection
resisted successfully the genarul
sweep of the conflagration ; but come
tectlon at all.
unascertained leak admlttedthe spark
which originated an Interior fire, cam
as If there had been no window pro
log as, complete 'Interior destruction
"2 Tho partial success of the
Boulh Mission telephone exchange, a
window protected, fireproof building.
In a frame clUtrlot.-a This building. In
a frame district. This building was
abandoned and yet survived with two
floors In habitable condition and a
large part of the Switchboard equip
3 The saving of the Kohl building
a ateel frame-office building, with re
inforced concrete floors, and with met.
al covered trim and cement floors
throughout. This was noteworthy as
the first conflagration In which tln-iu
was a building of tbls type. The glass
ws ordinary plate glass and all parti
lions had ordlnarf (lass transoms
Caution must be exercised lu drawing
broad conclusions from this rase. Tho
tact that the Kajorlty of the plain
glass windows are not oven cracked
shows that tho upper 'floors did not re
ceive any severo attack. The building
was not deserted during the fire. Fur
thermore, the threefclower floors are
extensively burned out. the wood hav
ing Igtilted under Its metal sheathing,
Ki.mvli.f that when the' glass of win
dows break and lire takes hold of thu
coutcnts of the room, the neai soon
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penetrates t he turn me,,
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thoush small advantage In this detail
of protection, which advantage may
be thus accounted for,
Direct Attack from Flame.
"Thu characteristic, feature of a con
flagration Is the direct nttack from
flame Und heated gases. Nevertheless
there-are places, nd especially In a
teglon of flroproof buildings, where
the prevalent cause of Ignition Is not
this general drift so murh as It Is
sparks' and brands which lodge on
wlndowsllls anil Ignite tho sash
frame. Then aln,vepoclally In
tbe region ot fireproof buildings, thero
win hmanv nlares where the temper
atures'are Just on the margin short of
tho point whero plalo glass will break
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO
but above the point where exposed
unil painted wood will Ignite. In theso
cases the fact that the window trim
Is metal covered may turn tho stale
furthermore, tho attempt In n conlla
gtatton to save a fireproof building
with unprotected windows by people
Waking a fight from Inside will usual
ly fall, evpti If thev have water, be-
(cause ot the great disproportion be
tween tbe piobable number ot the peo
ple and the number of windows to be
"It l probable that not lnoie than
tlnte or four men ute likely to make
au cllort to lematn In n llicptoof of
lice building exposed to a conflagration
ami to tisu tbo private water and Imsu
In an eitort to save the building,
uneieas a ten-rory ollioe building with
u great frontage will haw more than
100 windows on Its roof nud tear, Thu
piomlnent cases of successful defense
of unprotected windows ero the Mint
and the Custom Houses, Furthermore
both wile only three stories high, be
low the dtllt of llames and gates and
In addition were mainly or fireproof
conjunction. The building whose
window trim is elowly combustible has
therefore, an appreciable advantage,
even with ordinary plate glass and no
"Going higher In the scale of win
dow protection we have the case of
the Western Electric Company, with
Its wire glass windows. These still
cannot be regarded as standard, Inas
much as the defect well known to fire
protection engineers, dlathermancucy,
ilevcloued the anticipated effects.
namely. Ignition through the glass. It
Is Important not to be misled as to
thu lessons bf this file."
With The Vatican
' Home. Sept. 3. The Vatican's tela
ttons with Hiitlu are bcconilns mom
(trained. Although tbo I'ope Is ullf
Inn he is unable to Initiate a conrll
lalorr policy, owing to Hpaln'n refutal
to appoint nn Kmbasuilor empoweit-ii
to tre:il berore tne projecteu iiuci;u n
forms are pusted.
Cardinal VUis y tuio, tne I'opos
coufrssor and muM liiflueutl.il adviser,
favors the Cirllsts. Cardinal Merry
Del Ynl Is unpopular owing to bis I-Iiik-Huh
U-ndein-k'4. It I uUo feared that
the Jesuits will elect a Hpanlih Gen
eral, better in icslst the proted re
form. The Vi.tlcan entourage Is di
cldcdly ljostllu to Spain. Peicrul Cur
dluals ure ntlemntiiig t counteract
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.,, , . , ,., Alfi,.,n
llie' i iit tj lien' iiir .-
iroinUlni; to miika conceutions pru-
vlilt d tho concordat Is not denouiue.l.
Utcccnt cable dlspaftrbes reported
the election of a (lerman (iencral of
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OCX, published In the Saturday Bull
tin and the Weekly Edition, give
eoacl and complete reeume of all le
gal notice, call for tender. Judg
ments. building permit and real ee
ata transaction. Evenlna Bulletin,
7li per menth. Weekly Bullet'
the Bulletin offlc.
card on sale at
A&dlbm3kA !M A
JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
Fifty-four crates of carriages came In the R. P. Rlthet for us. Among
them are BUGGIES, PHAETONS, ROAD-WAGONS, 8URRIE8, Etc. There
are low priced carriages of handsome appearance that will give excellent
wear, medium priced rlge for those who are a little more particular, and
finely finsh'cl, htqh-prletd vchlclce for the well-to-do, Any kind of car- .
liage for any purpose. Special value in eevry one. We will be pleased to
khqw them at our lalecioom In the Alexander Young Building. , - ',
It la the mult power
ful remedial agent ever
Is endorsed and ured by
the leaders of the medi
cal piofrsslon In France
and (ha U. 9, It Is a
from the teachings of
l'ror. Kile Metchulkoff,
r.ucressor of tbe gteat
I'aoteur. It Is tho acme
of the Animal (Hand
clusively of gland prod
ucts which supply, to
the body dcuclent gland
secretions and restore
every bodily function to
It promptly curee
etubborn disorders of
the nervee, stomach,
bowele and kidneys
WHICH HAVE RESIS
TED CVCRY KNOWN
Uloplasm la the only
treatment ever dlccov
ered which has served
to permanently relieve
all thu acute symptoms
of locomotor ataxia,
stopping pslns, 'restor
ing loutrol of bowels,
bladder, eyesight and lo
comotion. To the ImpoUnt Bis
restores normal sexual
virility, because it
makes and keeps the
whole body vigorous
8 A I. I, I T II I N
HIIOUI.I) ALWAYS UK
IISKIl W I T II UIO-
Our products are
stocked h y llenson,
Smith & Co.
Write us freely of
nnr case no charge
for advices from our
100 William St., N. Y.
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the news nt Ihe dav. For Stt a year.,
Bishop Trust Co.,
LIMITED.' ,, -
w. .-j (
Store on Fort Street 4JS.00
Cottage on Artesian Street-SIOM
per month. .' vx5, ,i.
Cottage n Young Street 411.00 ttf
Dwelling houee, Peneacola A Wil
der Ave, Large lot, sUbtee and chick
en run. 12S.00 per month. ,
a 1-4 acree adjoining baaeball
grounds rental 135 00 per month;
could be Increased.
7 acree Paakea (out BereUnla
Street), home, cottage, stebMee, flat
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolula.
Will accept any reaeonable offer. '
Lot In Kalmukl, clrd-SI004
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE,
S Building let In Manoa villy,
acre each, 1000 a lot. ',' -
Beautiful site, bracing alrffmagnlB'
cent view. ft
Albert F. Aft&
Telephone Main 407. P. 0.'x 7
1)2 FORT ST. ..!
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AN
117 MERCHANT STREBT.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PAtK ADDITION
and Other Desirable LetMtlttots '-
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVS.
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no utisr sind. Xcatat
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