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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H SATUIIDAY, MAY 10, 1D0R.
Hlchmonil Pearson llobson fays At,
lamlc licet khnulil stay In tint 1'nclflc
nnd six now battlcshlpi should bo
Twenty IHo thousand witness en
trance of licet fiom Port Mason.
lilnck luillcil midgets or the second
tornoilo flotilla umlcr I.Ieuteiumt
"Y Coiiu make goo I In adventurous voy
age fiom Hampton Hoaris.
Ten of fourteen delegate to Chica
go concnllon aio lnstiuctcd for Tnft
by Hart font republican.
Men of iirmuda forget to eat when
(loldcn date In sighted.
Litigation mor fatuous Morgan
elnieil by Thomas V. llynn bofoio the
special Brand Jury which Investigated
tho Metropolitan Street mllinait In
Stanford university Junior class an
mini, iho 1909 "quad." cleverly critl
clsei tho fncull.
Dr. Julius noebel, former Stanford
professor and critic of Hoooelt's
book, given high position In Illinois.
United States will not submit to
urbltratlon In matter of Columbia
Hepubbcan caucus of house com
mils Itself to principle, of cSmiucr
clnl paper as an asset In lime or cm
nilmt settled In Vnudorbllt-Oclrlchs urircncv
Interests bulim out if vine heirs Senate passes bill restricting tin
Ilusla massing men and munitions hours of child labor In Dlstilct of
of war on Turkish frontier and for-, Columbia
elL-n consuls susnect trouble. When visited by Mnjor Taj lor and
William 11 Wheeler favors Initnl- reception comiultteo Admiral Evans
crntlnn of Kiiiiinnaii agriculturists aj Malts of need of battleships In the
unlntlo'i of thrf vellow iwrll I I'aclflc.
n. i.li f-riili li.Milu tn anlrlde lii San I Hr:icnii on every hill Unlit the
Franclito park of J A Helmet, who 'course of the battleships up the const
lost all In wreck. to the welcome waimg at mo uoinen
Thomas Walsh chef niKlneer of (lite
new Palace hole! repulse 1 by friend's I Anna Matihews, IS jeirs old, after
wife, attempts suicide
Thrto hundred men from each of
21 vessels land at San Prancirtu In
Veterans of wooden warships salute
new tars In pathetic tcetie of San
Hannuet at Idora park to bo feature
of reception of men of Atlantic fleet
San Francltco smart set extendi
glad hand to Mrs. Kllnor tlln, author
of "Three Weeks."
When Atlantic licet leaves for
world cruise six toriiedo destroyers
will remain behind .for son Ice on
Tho Maine Is ordered to Carqulhez
straits until Alabama Is out of dock.
Suggestion made that battleships
race from Gibraltar across tho Atlan
tic ocean to New York.
Oarsmen of the battleship fleet row
oer (loner strewn course of Alame
Lease of the Lincoln school lot for
35 years Is one of the week's Impor
tant real cstato transactions In San
Pie Zelt of Vienna praises the re
building and political purification of
San Francisco, declaring It one of
tho world's wonders.
Bishop Thoburn asks to retire from
active sen Ice at M. E. cnurcn con
More warships and fewer stales
men, sayB Admiral Evans In speech
Rear Admiral Eans to bo given
high position In navy department and
grade of vice admiral is Metcalf's
Hearst's Independence league polls
47 votes out of total of 7,849 cast In
Alameda county primaries.
Francis J. Heney calls Ach a liar
In court and Judgo Pooling prevents
Gallagher's testimony clinches brib
ery case against Kucf.
Methodist quadrennial conference
nt llaltlmoro denounces child labor
und divorce and Indorses labor
Senator Teller objects to liberal
policy of government In connection
with forest reservations.
"One In asylum," Is reply of Jo
romo as to results of prosecuting rich
Edward B. Hrennan, former San
Francisco lawyer, arrested In New
York, charged by F. A. Hclnzo with
Judgo D. It. Williams declaros ta
, Till on goods from Philippines Islands
should bo removed at once.
Simple but Impressive ceremonies
mark last rites for Kabbl Voorsangcr.
Dr. Alfred Hunter Voorhlcs dies at
his residence after four days' Illness.
John 0. Woollcy attributes good
record of fleet to temperance among
Nurses' associated alumnae opens
In national convention and hears ad
dress of welcomo by Mayor Taylor.
Thut 95 per cent of tho. stock of
railroads In tho United States up to
sen, who has desired for fcomo llmo
to retire, will remain In ofllce until
after King Edwnrd'a lslt to Chris
tlnnla James Clancy thought to bo the
oldest living eteran of the civil war,
celebtated Ills 100th birthday In Mil
Dy actual count 1&,9C5 persons
pat.Fiil Into tho corridors of tho Will-dorf-Astorli
hotel In New York In
liood wenther lured 125,000 New
YoikerH to Coney Island tho last Sun
day In April, although the larger at
tractions hno not jet been opened.
Two hn.idrc't passengeis on a sev
en car train In New Yoik wcro
lliionu Into n wild panic when n tiro
broke out under the second car npd
filled tho train with Binoke. Noun
was scilously Injuicd,
FIo thousand Poles In nuns meet
ing In Detroit. Mich., voiced their In
dignation against (lernuny'i. policy
of exproptlntlon of I anil In Poluid,
Resolutions were prepared to send
Despondent bccaiue tho sale for
his oriental curios had fallen off,
Long Wiindo, a Now York Chinaman,
Jumped from the loof of n ilxstoiy
building and was Inst:.:!!) l-'llo I.
Unless Iho 1'rltctl Pr.'i'jjtsHsin
chinch can rilso trail ly J2l'O,O03 for
homo nnd to I'm in.ulj.u In Iho
next fen iad.i It v.lil Hoko the llnnn
clal icar with n deficit.
President Iloosotlt's tot'.inony U
sought In a suit at Pitt bin-,; where
Mrs. Mary N. McCune, a wealthy wld
HIS ALL BUT THE TAKING
. ..Itilt ,,-vlMf li.tmln tf.sptln nf till!
others, Is the solo survhor of u faml-'ow, has refused lo pay for an auto
ly of IHe as the result of n prairie graph copy of tho president's writ-
lire which destrojed their nonie in ings until satisfied or llie gonuinenesB
General army outers Issued at
Washington. D. C. decreed that here-
Tifler no man less than G feet 5 Inches
In height or a victim of cotior blind
ness shall be appointed ns an officer
from clll life.
It Is reported at Washington that
President Roosevelt Is planning n
hunt for big gamo In South Africa
Rufus II. Cowing, formerly Judge
of the Court of Qencral Sessions In
of the signal me,
I)y a Biirglcal operation which was
performed In the Bronx zoo, New
York, serum sufficient for moro than
17,000,000 doses, held Invaluable In
treatment of Insanity nnd kindred
diseases, was extracted from the
fangs of a Brazilian lancehcad snake.
Louis A. Gourdaln, who won noto
riety by Insisting on his right to serve
a term In the prison nt Jollet, 111., lias
escaped from St. Elizabeth's federal
nsjliim for the Insane at Washington,
New York, sass lnsano slajcrs should n. C
be forced to tako the Bland In their Tho death roll of the British crui
ser Gladiator, run down by tho Ameri
can lino steamship St. Paul, numbers
Thirty-one are dead In Notre Damo
de Snllette, Quo., from n landslide on
llie mountain on which tho Ullage Is
located. Twenty houses wcro crush
ed. Gov. Noel has accepted President
Roosevelt's offer of government aid
for the tornado sufferers In Mlssisslp
present caudldato for the of
fice of tho Qrand Exalted Ruler of
the Elks, Is Mr. R. L. Holland, of Col
orndo Springs, Colo. Ho Is a promt
nent lawyer. It Is presumed ho will
be elected at Dallas, Texas, In July,
as he has no opposition.
own defense ana that
should pay experts.
Mrs. Hetty Green, who probably
has transacted more business than
any other woman, said she had never
used n telephone
A "no tip" barber shop, which
started out In New York on a magni
ficent scale, has been forced to re
turn to the old gratuity sjstem.
A sensation was sprung at tho sub
marine Investigation In Washington
when an affidavit by Fred Whllney
was read confessing ho had written
the anonymous letters that have flg'
ured In tho Inquiry. Whltnoy former
ly was attorney for tho Lako Boat
Tho head of Mrs. Bello Gunncss,
tho Laport Und.) woman, who with
her three children perished In her
burning home, cannot bo found. The
ruins of the house wcro searched for
It In vain. Ray Lamphero is held
charged with having started the fire.
The state department at Washing
ton will nsk Ambassador Lclshman
to explain why he endeavored to In
duce .Mrs. Bernard Warklntln of Kan
sas to sign a paper releasing tho
Turkish prlnco who accidentally Bhot
her husband on a railroad train near
John 1). Rockefeller has refused to
buy for $500 a sword sent lilm by a
joung woman In England with the
Information that the weapon was
carried by a soldier In Cromwell's
famous "Ironsides" troopers nnd had
been burled 150 jears near a church.
"I am a man of peace," he said, "and
have no uso for n sword."
Because tho evldenco was mostly
circumstantial n Jury nt Canon City,
Col., recommended llfo Imprison'
ment at hard labor of Anton Bavaria
convicted of quadruple murder. This
wns the extreme penalty provided In
such cases by a now stato law.
Bishop Honry C. Potter, according
to n dispatch from New York, is bo
seriously ill that ho has been forced
to abandon participation In tho nffalrs
of his episcopal diocese.
Robert Caldwell, the man wanted
In England for alleged perjury In tho
famous Druce case, who Is In tho city
Insane asjlum In Now York, Is not
expected to live.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Recfcrd May 14, 1908,
11 Kunlmllsu ct al to K Mlyakc.AL
Tajlro Sumtda to Knnjlchl Tnnln.o-
W O Smith by atty to Al-wi 'InicK
Samuel Parker to HumiuiU Hlieop
Station Co L
Thomas Holllngcr and wf to Thomas
Mullen nnd wf D
Thomas C Pollkapu et al by nitgco
to Joseph K Aea, Sr .... Koic A.Tldt
D W Knmalllkano by mtgeu lo Jos
eph K Aea, Sr Foro Affdt
P Sllva and wf to lohn F Spinola
Entered for Record. May 1b, 1908,
First Bank of Hllo Ltd to Peter Mc-
Rac, ct al Par Rel
Peter McRae and wf to Frederick
R Conradt D
Joseph Do Rcgo and wf to Carolina
J Monlz Ex D
Carolina J Monlz nnd hsb to Mary
do Rego D
Mary do Rego nnd hsb to Carolina J
Mrs Mary I da Sllva to Anna J do
Mello and hsb Rel
Clans Spreckols & Co to Virginia
Whitman . . ..,. Rel
Vf W Chambetla'ln Tr and wf to
Susie E Ludwlgscn D
Recorded May 11.
Kaui Kancoho and hsb et al to John
T Molr: D; Int in por R P (Or) 1024
Tho Norwegian cabinet accopted and rn 1. R P 6368. Pnuoonnku. S Hllo
tho resignation of Frldjot Nausea, Hnwall; $200, B 302, p 381, Dated
tho year 1885 was "water" was do- minister to Great Brltnln. Dr. Nan- May 7, 1908.
Kuknlaii Plantn Co Ltd to John Kn
kao; Rel; R P (Or) 2188, Kcl.unlole,
Hnmakua, Hawaii; (200. 11 301, p
172. Dated May 1, 1908.
David Kupaku to Mrs Emnlla Corn
well; D; Or 1815, Palama. Walkupu,
Maul; $35. B 302, p 3S3. Dated May
IT Mill AVS
Enlarged quirtcm for any business
bIiow that the people nppreclato how
well a concern, has beet! patronized.
The Myrtle Cigar Store has had so
many customers and new customeis
too tho past week since they en
larged their quarters that Mr. Fllzpat-
rick says "It surely pays. Ho goes
on to ttnte that "Our lino of pipes
nnd tobaccos, to say nothing of tho
cigars, havo been selling exception
ally well slnco we mined here, uud
tho only mlstako that wo mado was
not moving longngo."
Possibly the. English womctl and
thoso of Frnnco lovo tho coloicd
handkerchiefs moro than Americans.
American women will wear tho color
ed ones with tailored frocks, but
leavo them severely nlono for other
purposes. Where ono does not caio
to hno a colored ono of solid effect,
there are somo stylos In white show
ing barred lines of mauve, brown,
purple, led and bluo outlines. There
Is no dcnjlug the fact that tho puio
white linen handkerchief has estab
lished Itself too firmly to be ousted
by tho faddish llttlo bits of color,
though why must one hang to tena
ciously to a certnln .style, for to tako
up with a fad makes ono appreciate
all the moro tho stmplo utiles when
they are again adopted.
Pittsburg Johnny "Dearest, how
would 1,011 111(0 to havo n canary dia
mond?" Choi us Girl "Oil Immensely. And
are they really us big ns canary
J. A. GIL
New York Herald
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Tho Sunday nllornoon bind conceit
will be given at tho Capitol grounds
nt 3 o'clock with tho following pin
gram: PART I.
"Tho Old Hundred"
Ovci liiro-vSeiulramldo" .... Rossini
"Pomp and Circumstance" .... Elgar
"Slavonic Dances" Dvorak
Grand Selection "Fautt" .... Gounod
' PART II. , .
Vocal Hawaiian songs... ar. by Berger
Selection "Morning Parade" .'.Hnnio
Fnutnsla "Switzerland" ,.. Godfioy
Finale "Llbe'rty Bell" Syiisa
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
MI-LADY'S BEAUTIFUL PEARLS
10 has not admired a beau-
neck of some lovely worn
when hung about tho fair
tlful string of pearls
an? In many Instances they show off
to n better advantage than diamonds.
But while admiring the luster of tho
gems how many stop to think whero
they come from and of tho labor it
takes to get them? Of course tho
first person asked as to where the
pearl comes from will answer without
any hesitation, "From the oyster,"
but thnt is as far as the genera:
The pearl oyster Is distinct from
the common edible oyster, and while
somewhat resembling the latter In
shape has thinner valves, and Is pro
vided with fi small cablo by which It
'holds onto the rocks and other sub
stances nt the bottom of tho sen.
The best-known pearl oyster banks
ore along the northwest coast of Cey
lon nnd their position nffords a de
gree of protection from the Influences
of tho weather and tno currents.
Fish, water snakes and a fish known
as tho skate destroy an enormous
number of valuable pearl oysters.
In locating a sultnblo "ground" a
diver Is, sent down and ha brings up a
quantity of oysters. From tneso an
estimate Is made as to the ago of the
oyster and alfeo ns to the number In
tho bed. Experts In the pear ojster
business can come very close to tho
ago of an oyster at a glance, and It
thoso brought up by the diver arc
found to be flvo years of ago or over
und In sufficient quantities to be Hail
ed a sample of from 10,000 to 12,000
are taken and washed and the output
Is valued. If this valuation reaches
a certain mark the "ground" is
staked oft and the fishing commences
A small village where the fishing
grounds aro not of the best, and
again whero the fishing covers a large
area, a city of from 40,000 to 00,000
will spring up In a few days, but It is
a city of workers only.
At midnight a signal gun Is fired
and by sunrise tho licet, numbering
sometimes 250 boats, Is at anchor
around an old bark which serves as a
mark on the center or the fishing
ground. A signal Is fired from the
Inspection ship to begin operations,
and the sound of the gun has not
died away beforo there Is a great
splash as half of the divers drop Into
tno sea. Alt save tho Malayallm div
ers, who plunge head foremost from
n springboard, descend to tho bottom
In an unrlght position, carried swift
ly down by u weight on which they
place their feet a Btone of 40 to SO
pounds lnvtho case of the local divers,
u lead of not moro than 10 pounds In
that of the Arabs. Each diver Is ten
ded by a "mnnduk," whose duty con
Mats In tho caro of two ropes slung
over a rude rail above tho side gf the
ship and which are attached, respect
ively, to tho diving stone nnd oyster
basket. When ready to descend, the
diver, if ho bo a Tamil, adjusts tho
basket on the top of the diving stone
and secures It In position by placing
one foot upon It. He draws a long
breath, closes his nostrils with the
fingers of one hand, raises his body
as high as possible above the water
to give force to his descen:, ana then
suddenly releasing the loop that sup
ports the stone is carriod swiftly to
the bottom. An Arab diver closes the
nostlls with a horn clip suspended
from a cord slung around the neck.
Ills descent Is slightly less rapid
than that of the Tamil, and this
tends to lessen tho danger to which
tho drum of the car Is subjected It
Insufficient time be allowed for ad
justment to tho heightened pressuro
on the sea bottom.
I On reaching tho bottom the diver
steps oft, the sinker, slips the nooso
'of the bag or basket round his neck.
and swims slowly over the bottom,
transferring to his bag all the oys
ters ho can Bee, Meanwhile his man
Utile has hoisted up tho stouo nnd ad
justed his ropo In position on the
rail ready for tho next diver. Almost
as soon as this Is done tho-dlvcr bo
low Is ready to como to tho surfec,
Indicating this by a signal twitch on
tho basket topo. Instantly two man
duks (tho divers work usually An
pairs, ono In and the other out of tho
water) haul In tho rope with the ut
most dispatch, tho diver being drawn
up" with it. The bag Is lifted over
tho boat's side,' the contonts emptied,
nnd the bag returned to the diver,
who, after n few minutes' rest, Is
ready to doscend again. When a
man has been In the water half an
hour and has, perhaps, mado seven
or eight desconts, he Is glad to get a
rest and let his comrado tako Ills
place. It may bo noted that by this
system a slnglo set of gear serves
two men; In tho old days a boat's ca
pacity was stated as so many
"stones," and when this Is known tho
number of the divers Is ascertained
at once by merely doubling the num
ber of theio stones.
Tho weakest divers nro tho Malay
allm men; forty seconds is their nv
crago below water. Tho Christian
Tamils nro better by flvo seconds, and
tho Moormen excel this by another
flvo seconds. The Arnbs do much
better and think nothing or soventy
to eighty seconds In depths of 7 to S
fathoms. The Arab will go much
gicator depths than tho others;
whcioas tho Malayallm divers do not
caro lo go beyond 7 fathoms, and tho
Moors and Tamils will work down to
D fathoms. Tho Arabs find no cl 1 11
tulty in prosecuting diving nt 14 nnd
1G fathoms, and oven go down to 20
lnthoms on occasion,
Tho number of oysters obtained at
tnch dive depends upon whether they
mo close togother and the nature' of
tho ground; If very rocky, tho ojs
tors ate not easily detached and
picked up. Eighty oysters nre boiiio
tlmes collected nt one dive, but 40
I to CO Is very good. A day's llshlhg
i varies considerably. The record tako
in ono dny Is 3, DOC, SCO.
Tho oystors aio heaped In thou
sands to decompose nnd bo devoured
by tho ill es, which are soon attracted
In millions to tho spot. Tho shells
nnd what remains In them aiu then
washed out ln"ballams "filled with
water, and tho pearls are picked out
f lom tho diegs. The procpsq Is long
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