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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H WEDNESDAY DEC- U 1906
You Need Oxygen
o do Kerosene Oil Lamps, judging from thr amount they consume
II you would breathe fresh air you nred Incandescent lamps.
Electricity does not vitiate the air In any way.
It does not hum up or otlitrici exhaust the oxygen, as is the
case with kerosene lamps.
USE ELECTRICITY and DE HAPPY AND HEALTHFUL.
Hawaiian' Electric Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 390
No other Christmas Gift
Can compare with the
In any home where there is a Piano
Heroic Act Of Harold I Four Thousand Pounds
Johnstone Of ' Of Powder Set
This City I Off At Once
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Send Your Friends on the
an assorted box of the new Reason's fresh fruits, such as
Oranges. Apples, Lemons.
RONCOVICRI'S HIGH GRADE ASSORTED CHOCOLATe AND
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES,
IN 1-2, 1 AND 2 lb. DOXE8.
Roncovlerl'a Candles have sprung up since tin San Francisco
earthquake and are the finest In the market.
We pack these things to make them CHRISTMAS 'BOXES In
looks as will as reality.
J. M. Levy & Co.
Typical Tropica! Token
M Solves the problem of a suitable Christmas Gift for your main- IJ
land friends. ft
ft It Is a XMAS HAMPER containing a pint jar .each of these s
( delightful confections: ' K
POHA JAM, MANGO CHUTNEY, GUAVA JELLY,
and PAPAI. MARMALADE.
They, are packed In Pele Grass. The hamper Is made of Lau
hala and attached Is a leather tag. which bears the wording, "A
W Hamper From Honolulu."
& Now what more uniquely tropical and attractive present could
you send your friend?
THE HAMPER WEIGHS 71-2 lbs. AND SELL9 FOR Ql.frf,
I Factory, Hotel Street
it PHONE BLUE 1411.
Now is the Time to Order
. SODA WATER FOR
OUR SODA IS SCIENTIFICALLY AND
WHY NOT ORDER FROM US NOW?
1425 Emma St.
Phone J 87 1-
BY EACH RECIPIENT AS
, Christmas Gifts
are RICH SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
JAPANE8E TOYS and CURIOS.
You will find here the largest and handcomest stock of varl.
colored KIMONOS, priced from $7.25 up to $95.00
STOCK COMPLETE. PRICES RIGHT.
Store open till 8:30 p. m. Saturday till 10 p. m.
1120 NUUANU STREET near HOTEL.
Is near at hand. We will have a gen
' erous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your older early.
The ISLAM) MEAT CO.
An nit of bravery which certainly
deqerws recognition mill linn been
p.isi-pil without notice, occurred on the
Quaiautliif Island the Sunday ufler
the Suverlc nrrUed. A number of Im
migrant wete itiiuiilliiK on the wharf,
looking ncross Hip h.iy at the Inland
wlilcli wiib to In- I tn-jr future honi.
Oni- of tliew was n Portuguese woman
who wns holilliiK ly Hie hand n 111 lie
baby only three jearn olil. The i htlil
pulled llself away nnil began n trip
of Iih own iiiconl, runnliiK lonml I ho
edge of I In- duck nnil throning llttlo
(.cbbles In thu wilier lo fro the splash
Then the child leaned over tx) far and
a louder splash wan heard, followed hy
tv cry of terror from tin- mother, who
uoarly went cnuy an she wiw the water
close out the head of her child.
Willi n motlier'H loc calling her lo
action, though she wiik unable to swim
o stroke, iho woman Jumped In after
lier clillil utnl caught It hy the skill
Juki iih It wns tinning to thn surface.
Then she began her struggle for life.
Hampered hy clothes mill, iih has been
tinted, tinnble to swim, she sunk. Ink
Ing the i Mid Willi her
.lust then heln arrived In thn person
of llarolil Johnstone, a 17-year-old lioy
of tills city, living with his parents ut
783 lleretanla avenue. Johnstone had
been In swimming anil wan mill In his
bathing suit and In a second wiik bc
sldo the drowning woman, who
clutched nt him with tbo death gilp
which is dangerous to the bent of
swimmers In a case of this kind, Ho
avoided the grasp nnil getting hold ot
thn woman from a position In which
she could not reach him, brought her
ami the child ashore, where they wero
looked after by their friends.
If It linil not been for thu quick ac
tion taken hy nung Johnstone, who I
small for his ago but ipilck ns n Hindi,
tin re would liute been two lives lout.
Thu act Ih one which Ik lertiilnly tic
Ken log of recognition by the societies
which lake up brne deeds of this
Thu oung people of Hils city will
hae an opiHirtunlty to hear l'resldcnl
Oiimths of Oahii College and Principal
Home of Kmnehamcha, schools this
Friday evening, when they will ad
dress the Christ Ian Hiidc.-uorcni nt the
lllshop Memorial Chapel, Kumehiinieba
school. I'rof, Livingston and thu fatu
ous Ktimclinmeh.i Gleo Club will fur
nish thu music.
A great luteren Is being tnkeu by
Hie various C. II. Societies who lire to
compctu for the banner which will ho
exhibited nt Seattle, where the lnlei
iiutloniil C. K. Union will meet mxt
July. The society that wins will have
the honor of having lt name in
scribed on thu banner, which Is new
and very pretly, mid tostly. The Por
tuguese Christian Knd'ctmir .Society
Is now the hiiiihtr society In this illy
and Is trying to return it.i reputation
by htwiiiK a l.rj,i "liitu oil" next l'ri
day. TV awarding of thli lunner will
be based on the purccnlngw of mcui
bers from euih society attending I lie
meeting mid Secretary Wong llln. who
calls the roll, will bo the man to an
nounce the result. Although Secretary
Wong Is u Senior of OjIiii College and
supposed to know how to figure pet
ctntage, be will be carefully wiilcheu
by President Itlc.i Hoares of the Poi
(ugliest! Society, who Is iiIpo a Senior
anil a good lualliem.itlcluit of Normal
school. Wong Is also the president ol
the Christian Cburrli Society and It is
feared by tho Portuguese Hint he will
Invent a "machine" and nward the
prize, to his own eoiluty, which Is now
working hard lo defeat thu PorliiguuHu.
The Portuguese do not llku lo have thu
double of a recount after the award
and then-fore will hau sharp wulchcrs
It is the desire of tho olllcers of the
Union to see all joiiug people of the
city attend this meeting as both Pres
ident Clrimiln and Principal Home uru
good speakers and know what Is good
to teach joiiug men liiul women Thu
bdiolnstie banner of thu Union will be
competed for by thu Mills Institute,
Jupanese Hoarding School, mid thu Ka
The big blast Up tu the .S'liu.iini val
ley Monday did tilings. It tore out i
hole In the ground that lookttl ns If i,
good sized wilcmio hud In 'ii prattlclng
lo see what It inuld do, and It dls-l
lodged uni) broke up In toiivenleut tiro
enough rock to finish woik on the dnnl
mid then lme enough left lo (III up an
old crater or two. When KiuO pounds
of powder explodes nil m one time,
tomethlng Is liable to happen.
Asslstnnt Superintendent f public
Works II. W. Howlnnd flhes nn Inter
esting account ol the big blast and Itr
results He k.is thai nt '1 2U .Monti. iy
cfleruoun nn Immense loultal sIi.-iji.mI
mnR situated well uj, in Liiliimahu
tlulch, which blanches off in mi e.ist
crly direction nboo the new ilani In
i.pper Nutianii nlley lonlulnlug ap
proximately aS.UQll yards of malerinl.
was displaced nnd mint cHectualb
chntlered Ii) the exploslnu uf nbniit
4 (HM I pounds of powder This, he s.im.
Is the largest iuantlly of powder err
explwled nt any one lime In the islands
The results of the blast were surprlh
T he site selected was on a prominent
point extending well out ttm.ird the
center of the gulch, located between
two gullies nlKiut Ml) feel apart A
tunned 4 feet wide and Ii feet high ;a
untied in from the face of this point,
equidistant from the gullies on each
tide. The portal of the tunnel was -i:
Itel n bine the bed of the stream
drifting In 3G feet, nil oltsett of 12 feel
was m.ido pretlous to continuing the
drift '.'J feet farther, at which point a
cross tunnel wns made which made nn
overall length of 30 feel At each end
of thu cross tuniiell a cross section was
Increased from 4x0 feet lo 6x7 feet.
Upon tlie lomplellou of the tunnel,
20110 HMiiiils of black ponder III (Ottiill
bag i coveted with pjrntllne was pliuiu
ut each end of thu cross tunnel Uni
formly distributed throughout thu
black jxiwdcT was 100 pounds of gltitit
lowder. A double line of feed wiles
was filled with six cups each. Atler
all the powder was In place, a tlnibcl
bulkhead was placed at cuch side ami
back of the powder and the bag filling
htiirtcd against tho bulkheads, care be
ing taken to see that It was compacleil.
Knch doublo line wan i-..i-d uter to
tbo other side of tho gulch well nbow
the tunnel, One line was connected
up with thu magneto machine, which
set the blast oft ut 2:20 p. m. Tho aux
iliary line of feeders was not used
The explosion mined the entile muss
nppioxlninttly "5 fiet, depositing It
dllectly In the center of the gull h. The
ends of thu cross tunnel weru so will
located that tho material wus lemove,'
right lo the center lino of the gullies
on eacTi side, and almost nil the ma
terial ertlcully ocr tho end of the
tunnel wns aim dropped Into the
gulch Of Die 35.000 )unls displaced,
It Is estimated that 111) per cent will be
available for uru In thu roclt-flll for
the dam. Approximately 15,000 arils
of rock will he it-quired for thu pur
posu. so tbcie wilt be plenty of rtclt
with which to iinish all the work o;
the construction of thu d.im, and mi
well In oken up Hint Ihu csist of pin
ing It on Die cms will he unusually
It is estimated that from $5000 tu
f 10.000 will be sucd oter and ubou
thu cot of quarrying this necessary
quantity of rock In thu more ordinary
met hod of using small surface blasts.
THIS IS SHOWN UY THC INCREASING DEMAND FOH THESE IN
STRUMENTS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
HE GIFT of a Pianola Is a piesent to the entire family, v
Except from actual experience, no one can realize what a dif
ference thr Pianola makes In the use of the piano In the pleas
ures of the home.
Even where a piano Is In frequent ute (and most pianos are NOT) Its
enjoyment Is Immeasurably Increased bec-iuse with the Pianola so many
more persons can produce the music thtrrselvet a pleasure entirely differ
ent from hearing other persons play.
The Metrostyle Pianola will enable anybody not only to play but to
INTERPRET the works of the great composers
PIANOLAS yii50 CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Berestfom Music Company. Ltd..
ODD FELLOWS' DLDG.
The many friends of Immigration
Commissioner Sargent, heipkil by Sec
retary Atkinson, were on hand nt Hie
After. ''partiiri' of the NlpKii Muni yester
day to see thai bu was properly stinted
on Iris I el uru oyngr lo the mainland.
As n special compliment lo thu de
parting tlsllor, the hand wns present
mid nfler thu Nippon got nwny from
the wh.irf the musicians and thon
with whom Mr Sargent bad been In
close touch during bis lslt were tali
en .ilsnril the tug Intrepid and iicconi
pniileil tint liner to sen Ainon.'t llioie
pririlit nt the wharf lo wish Ihu Com
nilslsouer u pleasant trip were Stele
tar) Atkinson, Mlfcl Hallo. Hie Japan
ese Consul (lenernl: Chung Tso 1'iin,
tho Chinese Consul (icner.il; H, I) Ten
r.ey uml It D Mead of the PlniiKrs'
Association, It, C llrowii, chief Immi
gration Inspector; It. C. Stnckuble, uel
ing lollettor of customs, ami many
other oHlciats mid friends,
Is as good aa the next man's and there Is no real
reason why you should not get Its worth. A suit selected from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Just arrived, Is a guarantee that
you get "Your Money's Worth." We make them up to your
measure at ready-to-wear prlc-t.
Our Suits for TWENTY-DVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALED
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin.
PHONE 48S MAIN. HOTEL STREET.
Per S H. Sonoma, for Sail I'rnuilsco,
Dec r.'.-M Josenh, Mrs, (I. M llarl
lett, .Mr. and Mrs. N W Hamilton. W
T. Smith unit wife, Mrs. I,. O. Kellogg.
Miss limb Kellogg, I'. C Kllleld uml
wife, P. Ai new alt. Miss Hegensbers
er, I. lllshop. A. M Culler. J. U Dun
ley and wife. M. Ncwcombe, Miss Smil
ey, T W llobron. W A llrlan. Mis.
J, It Sloan, l!, W l.e-iie, wife uml ton,
Mr. ami Mrs Matsiituru. J. i:. Wmlu
A well attended and pleasant meet
ing of the lluckeye Club took plan- ill
Hie residence of Walter C Weedon lul
evening Aftir ii ih.ingu In thu by
law of the club, selling the time ot
the annual meeting for rebriiury, there
weru little talks b) some of those pie
ent. Among the nieakers weiu llcv,
J Wnilm.in, Mrs. II I' Dillingham. Hr
Whitney, Senator Dlikey and Jurigu
Poultry Judge lien M. Wodhull Is e
luted lo niiive by the S S. Siberia
tomormw Mr Wooithull Is of thu
firm of Woodhull A: Crainei's Marble
mid (Ir.iultn Wniks, Stockton, C'.il
Alkaline Antiseptic Makes the
gums strong and healthy, gives the
teeth a pearly lustre, purifies the
breath. What more could you ask of
SOZODONT? Do not experiment with
dentifrices. The teeth will not stand
Stand by SOZODONT and the teeth
will stand by you.
How long would It take you to use
so mucti flour? We have Just receiv
ed C000 bags of
It will be gone in a Jiffy because we
have thousands of consumers. It's the
best flour sold In the Pacific.
$1.25 a Sack
PHONE MAIN 22.
Henry May & Co., Ltd,
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
BAND AT AALA
Thu band will play the following
piogrum ut Aula Park this inching ut
Murch "Comrades" Telliu
Ou-rtiuu "l.iBlstratu" I.lnko
llallad "If Hid Man In the Moon
Weiu u Coon" Flnhcr
Seletlloii "Tho Sercuiiile" ...llerbeil
Voctl lluwallun Songs.. or. by llerger
Selection "llelle of llobemla" ....
Wullz "Huunoer" Ubltzltl
I'IiwIb "Tbu laughing Polka" . ..
"The Star Spangled Uniiucr."
DID YOU EVER
stop to figure out what REAL bargains you get for your money? We have
an expert who can tell you. We don't employ any smokeless-powder sales
men to sell our goods. PRICE and QUALITY are OUR BUSINESS-PRO.
DUCERS. We are able to give great values when selling BECAUSE WE
RECEIVE GREAT VALUES WHEN BUYING. Remember: JEWELRY at
The Hawaiian Pawn Co., KMi",.
Hlank tooki ot al! vorti, led sen 1
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