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EVENINCI BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, AUG. 21, 190S.
ALL THIS WEEK
TO INSURE QUICK CLEARANCE.
COST OR VALUE NOT CONSIDERED. Some marked
half price; others at less than lml f.
EVERY ONE A SMART AND STYLISH SUIT. The
materials are white Linen, cream Linen, Piques in white,
pink, and light blue, and fine white Rep.
NEW SQUARE VEILS, hemstitched border, made of
fine-quality Chiffon, white, black, and all leading colon,
$1.50 each. ,
White Wash Chiffon, double width for making Square
Veils, at 1.00 n yd.
NEW CHANTILLY VEILING.
A NEW MATERIAL,
width, 05 n yard.
extra fine mul sheer, double
by the yard, in white, black, nnd navy.
NEW SWASTIKA BELTING
black, navy, cardinal, nnd brown, 50 a yd.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
(Continued from Pase 1J
the Domestic Science course, and
1'rofosKur John V. (II I more, tlio
new proficient of tlin College, comes
to Ills new Held of labor with excel
lent iiuallflmtlons mid u IhittcrliiK
tcconiincndntloii from President
Scluirnmn of Cornell University, nnd
other famous educators. Mr. 011
moro lias had n wide experience and
n thorough preparation for the work
of promoting the new Institution. The
regular college work will begin Mon
day, Sept. 1 Itlt. Tho College, which
has been carrying on preparatory
woil; since last February, has Its
temporary quaitcrs on Young strcot
near Vlcloila street, expecting to re
move to permanent quarters in Ma
nila valley later, where It possesses
a tract of excellent land of consider
able ncieage. During the past fow
months about $25,000 have been
spent for equipments nnd n ciutly
library. With the best talent and
material, Hawaii may look for u. ml
to tho growth of tho Institution Into
a college of great credit lo both tho
.Teirltory nnd tho Federal (!ocrn
ment which so freely endows such In
l'reslilcnt Otlmore was born In
While County, Ark., In 1872. He
attended tho Fort Worth (Texas)
High School, nnd graduated from
Cornell University with the class of
lSUS. leeching tho degree of llach-
elor of Science of Agrlcultuic. Ha
was appointed Instructor In Agrlcul
tuic at the Chinese Government Ag
ricultural School at Wuchang, China.
remaining there until the outbreak
of tho Iloxer double, when he ic-
tuincd to Cornell by Jnvn, India, and
Europe. On his leturn to America
lie was appointed instructor In Na
irn o Study and Agrlcultuic in the
Honolulu Normal and Training
School, whole he lemntned for one
cur, leaving to accept u position In
the Government Kxpcrluieut Station,
Island of N'cgios, Philippine Islands,
doing valuable work, particularly
along tho lines of commercial libers.
In the fall of 1903 he returned to
Cornell University, leeching tho de
gree of Master of Science In 1905,
at which University tho position ol
Assistant in Agrlcultiiro was ten
dered him. Last year ho was called
to tho thalr of 1'rofcssor In Agricul
ture In the State Agricultural Col
lege of Pennsylvania.
Asldo fiom his pleasing personali
ty President (lllmoro has the rcputa-
, tlon of belli!: an excellent teacher.
He now comes to this Territory to
lead tho educational work along nil
lines that fall within tho senpn of
the College of Agrlcultiiro and Me
WAS NOT OAY
dRlJ !S xl. S
become soiled and lustreless just as table silver is
dimmed by Time. We recommend ARGENTINA as
the best for bringing back the abearance of new
ness to any silver article. It Does oNt Scratch.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Hotel and Fort Sts.
ed not only is full and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects are
gained as may not be with any
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAXEA.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Aug. 22, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
I" l'aulo Mlol anil wf to Mrs Maria
K V I.I to von Hnmui-Yoimg Co
J S K do Mello nnd wf to Kruiw C
.lolm Uml to I.lzzlu (illllland I)
Entered for Record Aug. 24, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Henry V Do.ino and wf to Tred
I'li'd Akl to I)oi u Doauo I)
I). V. Kamalllkano by mtgco to
Joseph K Aea Sr 1)
Thomas C l'ollknpu ct nl by mtgco
to Joseph K Aea Sr II
l'.ihua ut nl by afft Affdl
Helen K Carpenter by ntty to V
Mr.tlock Campbell ltol
Wandering Forly Hours
Without Food Or
HII.O, Hawaii, Aug. 20. Lost
on the mountain ranges of Hawaii,
between Humuuta sheep ranch nnd
tho Voleano House, from Monday
morning of last week tilt Wednesday
nftornoon, without food, without
shelter, nnd with oulv such water
ns could be squeezed fiom tho moss
nnd fern, was tho fate of Mr. and
Mis. Charles Gay of K.iual.
Mr. ami Mis. Ga left tho l'aikcr
ranch on Monday morning of last
week. Sam I'arker having given them
n boy as a guide. It was their inten
tion to cut across country in us
straight a lino ns potslblo to the Vol
cano House, where they proposed to
remain for nt least a week.
It was not long, however, before
the guide lost tho trail and tlin par
ty of three was wandering between
Mnuna Kea nnd Manna l.oa endeav
oring to get back on the right track.
In doing this they had to go over
logs and lava, prctt rough travel at
any time, but more especially so
when the demand'! of both hunger
and thirst became apparent.
Hoping ngalnst hope, thoy ex
pected lo get through the first night
but, darkness coming on, they weiu
compelled to camp out Fortunately
the night, us nlto the succeeding one,
was warm, io thcic was no Buffeting
from cold. ICacti of the paity was on
horseback, and thev also had a pack
horse. Hunger was baldly noticed,
but tho pangs of thlist soon became
keen and tho out) . ay to quench
them was by looking Into the trunks
of fallen tiees for dcc.ijcd wood,
fiom which diops of water were
Miueezcd and stialued through a
handkerchief. In the same'wny tho
moss was squeezed ami enough liquid
obtained to moisten their tongues
and lips nnd parjlully assuage their
Tuesday morning came with no re
lief in sight, but the guide went olT
in dlffcient directions looking for
tho trail that vni never found. In
the afternoon he was given the
horse that was la tho best condition,
that lldden by Mrs. Gay, who had
ipmaluod still In different places
wlillo her husband and the guide ra
diated to look for some sign of ic-
llcf. The boy was told to try and
lunko the Slilpmaii place, if uollilug
better (ould be done, nnd Mr and
Mm. (Jay weie left nlone with two
horses, both pretty well worn out,
mid the pack Inn so. Hut the pack
horse was not to remain lout; with
them, While climbing over logs and
dead wood It v.is stuck through the
abdomen and had to ho killed. Kv cry
thing that had been packed on the
animal, then dead, was abandoned ex
ccpt what was absolutely necessary
for use. And then Tuesday night
Tills was patseil as was tho pre
vious night, only tho suffcilngs from
thirst became more Intense. Mr. (lay
especially sulfa lug ncutoly. Wcdnes-
diiy morning brol.o with no sign of
relief fiom the guide, no trail In
eight, and with the two wauderets
Kiiguiu A Claik and wf to C K Kk- !l the samo plight as thoy had been
'.'!n!liV '.'""".'""m U .nearly foity hours earlier, oxcepl fi-r
n T" """, 'that awful thlist which was giovv-
vrniib'w rum,innTr''i:,'y'',',!,',' i'"S with cvciy hour. WnmlorliiK on
Y Anln Tr and wf to James V Mor
gan Tr Tr D
A Hodilgues and wifu to Yong Anln
Raised on one of the lest farms in Washington; Fat
tened for Island trade; young and as Tender as Squabs.
These are good birds for a good dinner.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
; Telephone 45
Monday, Aug. 21.
Temperatures 0 a. in., 72; S a. in.,
77: 10 a. in., 79; noon, S2; morning
Uuiometei', 8 n. m., 30.01; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., 7.073 grains per
cubic foot; rclatlco humidity, 8 a. in.,
71 per cent; dow point, 8 a. m., ft".
Wind a. in., velocity 3, direction
N. K.; 8 a, in., velocity 12, direction
K,; 10 n. m.. velocity 10, direction K.;
noon, velocity 10, direction K. K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
m .01 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 218 miles.
WM. H. 8TOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Uiircau.
E. Arguellos, a banker of Havana,
Cuba, who Is now In Now York, Bays
that if Alfredo Zayas Is elected presl
dent of Cuba next mouth It h not Im
piohahlo that an Insurrection will follow.
Just Two More Lots at Puunui
Tract, above Liliha St., near Country
Club ; Good Soil, Sloping Ground, Un
obstructed View. Size 50 x 105 each.
Price CUT DOWN TO 0NIY $150
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KINO ST.
UX 1 Id
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Thayer Piano Co.,
From now until SEPT. 1st wc are offering our.
Entire Stock of Pianos
excepting New STEINWAYS at greatly reduced
prices in order to clear our waroom for remodeling
To do this and make room for new Pianos now
on the way, we are offering until then the following
SLIGHTLY USED and SECOND HAND PIANOS AT
Large Upright STEINWAY, at half price
Vertegrand STEINWAY, slightly used
Mendelssohn Upright slightly used
Large Walnut-Cased Upright, used 8 years
2 German Pianos, $60 and $75
SOLD ON TEKMS TO SUIT YOUR CONVENIENCE
These pianos have been jml in perfect order by o ur MR. GIESECKE, who is an expert
tuner, having I'm J twenty years' experience with STEINWAY houses in Denver and San '
Mr. anil Mm. (lay at Inst struck i.
wlie fence. Tlila thoy followoil,
hnowitiK that It would finally lirliiK
them to a mail. It was a sluu of
icsciui anil relief.
Meantime the Ktililo had boon woilf
Ine his way thioiifth the forest ami
on Wednesday limnilng ho roaehed
OUlo Bhlpmau's innch nnd told tint
story of tho plllkia In which ho had
loft Mr. and Mrs. (lay. Ily 10 o'clock
a rescue party had been organized,
to start In search of tho missing con
plo. They were found that after
noon nnd reached Shipman's house nt
C o'clock In tho even Ink. !u n
btralKht line, when found, Mr. and
Mrs. (lay were ten miles fiom Shlp
innn's. Theie they lecolvcd every
euro nnd attention and on Wednes
day night they slept, having only
beon nblo to get II 1 1 lo snatches of
rest on Monday nnd Tuesday nights,
Without matches, they hall, fortu
nately, not necilod fires.
On Thuisday. Mr. mid Mrs. (lay
wont to tho Volcano llouso and vis
ited the crater that night. Hut thoy
decided to hurry homo by tho Manna
Ken, and left Illlo on Kililay morn
ing, ns all their children were iilouo
on Kauai and would becomo unnec
essarily tilat med at rumors that
might reach them as to tho wander
ings and sufferings of their parents.
Tho Misses Mnrjorio and Dorothy
Froolli arrived Thursday from Mitul
nnd will go to tho Volcano after visit
ing Mrs. W, II. C. Campbell, lo whoso
sou Miss Dorothy's engagement was
recently announced. Hawaii Herald
Mrs. K. .1. Wolght nnd Miss Minn
Weight returned jesterday fiuin Ho-
uoliilu, wlieio Miss Weight successful
ly iimtyt went an opeiatlou. Hawaii
marks our daily menu in the inattir of food. We scire
Breakfast from 0 to 10 a.m.; Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2
p. ra.; Dinner from 5 to 8 p. in. The Cuisine Cannot Be
Tlae Palm Gaf
HOTEL ST. tIEAR PORT.
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DISTILLED WATER dslivered to ofiicc3 and residences.
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALE1WA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mtjr.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
CT 1 If H ! ..1 1 JlffWJPiWr'W
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
Wc do all kinds of Teaming; aha deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPECIALTY.
J. Santos, Manager1
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Encore Sa!oon
Thy a drink at the new place and .
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU. ,
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