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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 25, 190S.
8ISAL MAY MEAN
iJ nLlr J5 '
0IJ1P MARRY GIRL
AT POINTJF GUN
Alleged Passion Causes
Arrest of Lawyer
Alloi ney Leon Strauss, w ho recent
ly returned fiom n trip to tho Orient,
is nt present languishing In u cell In
the police stntlon with a charge, of
Investigation again! him. Too ind
MINE OF WEALTH
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' vi. '
ALL THIS WEEK
TO INSUIIE QUICK CLEARANCE.
COST OR VALUE NOT CONSIDERED. Some marked
hall price; others at less than hnlf.
EVERY ONE A SMART AND STYLISH SUIT. The
materials are white Linen, cream Linen, Piques in white,
pink, and light blue, .and fine while Rep.
NEW SQUARE VEILS, hemstitched border, made of
fine-quality Chiffon, white, black, and all leading colon,
?1.!0 each. ' i
White Wash Chiffon, double width for making Square
Veils, at S1.00 a yd.
NEW CHANTILLY VEILING.
A NEW MATERIAL, extra fine and sheer, double
width, G5 a yard. v
by the yard, in white, black, and navy.
NEW SWASTIKA BELTING, in
black, navy, cardinal, and Brown, 50i a. yd.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. I
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
become soiled and lustreless just as table silver is
dimmed by Time. Wo 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 illu'minant.
Hawaiian Electric Company,. Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Raised on one of the best farms in Washington; Fat
tened for Island trade; young and as Tender as Squabs.
These are good buds for a good dinner.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
William Welnrlch. at tlin tariff
meeting, stated Inst night: "In a few
months wo will know whether wo enn
grow Manila hemp hero with a Blroiif
lltjcr, anil I believe wo can."
This wan his vlow of una of tha
most Inlcicxtlne topics which cams
up ttiiough tho wholo cenlnR. Ha
waii, piodtictng the hent sisal In tho
world mid with possibilities of sup
pbing tho wholo market of tho Unit
ed States with an amount which will
mean millions, may iiImi becomo a
producer of Manila hemp, tho II neat
After It hud been pointed out that
there aro thousands oC acres through
wlndwaid Hawaii and in tho mirth of
Maul which mn jot ho dowitcd to
this Manila hemp, something of a
damper was put on tho Idea by cmrf
speaker, who mentioned that tho
raising of Manila hemp has been
tiled In tho Kast Indies without suc-
lcks, ns It Is found that tho peculiar
noil conditions of tho Philippines aro
necessary for tho development of tho
Hut W. C. Wccdon. In a speech
supplementing tho statement of Mr.
Wclnrlrli, went on to show tho pos
sibilities of lllicr-prodiiclng In Ha
"Tho ImpoitH of flbcr Into tho
United States within 10 months
amounts to $:i3,n00,000," ha said,
' of which approximately 40 per cent.
Is sls.il. This would m.iko tho valuo
of sttal Imported Sir,, 000, 000 for tho
j car, imtntlng J.'!.", 000, 000 as the
Miluc of lllicr Imports for n year.
"At tho lowest rato which has been
paid licic, G cents per pound, Hawaii
could supply In tlmo the full demand
of the United States for this product.
Tlioio are C00.000 acres of land In
tho Territory on which It could bo
raised. And this would produce tho
icqulslto amount. With prices ri't
tho average, tho Income from tho
sisal which might ho disposed of In
the markets of the United States In a
j car would probably ho $18,000,000.
"Sisal can bo raised in almost nny
roll hero where thcro Is not too much
protlplfatlnii. It can be raited where
other products will grow, und, what
Is more. It can bo produced in soil
where no other product will grow. On
theso coin! reefs, whero there Is not
ulx sheer Inches of sol), It prospers."
He supplemented tho statement of
Mr. Wclnilch that tho sisal industry
now, while It is not In tlin experi
mental stage, Is still too siiihII to need
tariff revision to protect It.
In tho partial ropurt of J. Light
foot, tho icroher for tho Hawaiian
Hoalty und Maturity Company, an In-
tcroFtlinj story of how tho II.iuiiIIuuh
ucio IHiinlly lobbed of their meagro
siving'j is nun, anil It Is also told In
actnll how the iiitnioy went Into tho
hands or tho Kcnlwptls. Tim assets
or the company t'onilxt lu, tho main
of real estate, leases and promissory
notes, tho latter being practically v.il
ucleis. Tho real cstato was ronvejed
to tho company by deed of tho Kent
wells In 11103. 'and tho consideration
named was S.W.'.nn. Tho receive:
states that of tho lcmalnlnx lands, hn
M not certain as In their valuo. lm
log rncclvcd estimates of from 1500
to sr.iini). As to tlin (nmnlKsoiy notes,
tho rocclu'r status that they nro near
ly all iiiirolli'ctublo, tint pttsons mak
ing tho notes being mainly i respons
Tho liabilities of the company ait
ART VERSUS CUPID
rt ersus unpin is on tlin pro
gram to bo glvrm itttho Opera House
on Haliiiday'evenlng for the Moving
Plctuio I'lind. This Is tbo'pleeo writ
ten by I'llji Wlicolur Wilcox, tho flrbt
pioductlon of which was given lioi'o
by Dr. and Mrs. llumphrls and Kriin
res Kairlngtnn, while Mrs. Wilcox
was visiting tho city.
The vocal numbers which Madame
Airal will tender tiro of tho best in
her icpcrtolio and a splendid musical
feast Is In storo for thoso who buy
tickets for tho evening's entertain
tuont to bo given In a good cause.
ent wooing of a joiiiir pail-Hiiwnltnn
lady appears to hao been the cnuso
of his trouble
Tho pollco authorities stato that
the joting lady complained to them
that Strauss had last night tried to
compel her to m.iri him at tho point
cf a gun. Aciordliig to tho story
which sho told them, Strauss had first
mot her through the fact that sho
was ono of tho witnesses In tho Wat
son dluircc case, which Is now pend
ing, and In which Strauss represents
ono of tho principals. She stilted
that Strauss had told her to meet him
tact evening in order that ho might
have a subpoena fen oil cm her. Ac
cording to these arrangements, tho
girl met Strauss outsldo tho
Y. M. C. A. building. After
talking over the case Strauss Invited
her to hnvo a uir-ihle, which Invita
tion she nccciitod. During tho excur
sion, so the young l.iclj sns, Strauss
pioduccd a revolver and told her that
he had three shots which ho would
employ unless she consented to marry
him. She temporized with the ind
ent wooer, mid the pair Anally wound
up nt tho residence of tho )oung lady
Here Strauss Is alleged to have
told the girl that un'css sho told her
family that she had mairlcd him he
would use tho gun Sho declined to
do so, and In the meantime nn ollt-
cer, Akokl, who Is emplojcd on tho
detectlvo force, and who llcs In tho
neighborhood, had been sent for.
Tho officer soon arrived on tho
scene. Ho ordered the lawyer to
lenvo tho place After some parley
Strauss stnrted down tho steps, but
when ho was half-way down tho
flight of steps he pulled out tho gun.
Akokl, howeycr, was Johnnlo-on-thc-
spot. Ho Jumped Stiauss and wrcrt-
ed tho gun from Mm, whereupon ho
placed him under arrest.
The gun, an ancient weapon, and
conio cartridges wero taken to tho
pollco stntlon. .Sheriff Inukea stated
this morning that in till probability a
dcfinlto charge would bo plated
against Strauss during the day.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Just Two More Lots at Puunui
Tract, above Lihha St., near Country
Club: Oood Soil. Slonint? Ground. Un.
obsfruoted View. Size 50 x 105 each.
Price CUT DOWN TO ONLY S150
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. 7-1 S. KING ST.
Honolulu is soon to hau a ccmo
tor for the Interment of Japanese
alono, If Treasurer Campbell signs tho
articles of Incorporation which aro
now on (llo and tho (Itucrnor npprnc
T. Mllniniira nnd eight other .lap in
cso me the ones who arc pr.ilng for
n charter for this timipsuy, and thoy
stato that their object Is to hold real
estate and ctlur (imparl)' for tho (impost.-
of establishing ciiin or more f c in
cleiles for tho interment of deceased
.lapanerc In the Tcrrltoi) of Hawaii
(Continued from Pace 1)
from the (iniertimont. Captain Kuril
ya does not know wheiu ho will bo
During the wnr between Russia anil
lap in the Talsel Alnrii was used as
water earlier Her dimensions uiiv,
length 271 feet, width 12 fcol, ilopth
il feet ll(i toiinago Is 2'JS7. Sho
cairlcs no wlrele't, hut It Is expected
that after she returns In Japan she
will bo equipped. Her sister ship Is
tho MelJI Mam.
litirrnughv a )oung nmii who
has hc.cn drunk nearly all the
time since In has been here, was at
tested this afteiniion by Jou l.oal, llin
roughs has hoi i owed money fiom ov-crjoiu-
ho pojsihl) could sluto ho lia
been heie, piniiilneiit nun In town In
lug taken lu Ho had tho "snakes" a
few days ago, and was In a sanltor
linn. llo in alleged in li:io
written a bogus check cm a
local hank anil had W. I.. Castlu en
doiBo It. Iliirronghs Is well connected
In Virginia, but his father has refuted
to hnvo amthlng to do with hint.
Two charges, ono of ussault and Ujo
other of carrying a, concealed weapon,
weio this afternoon placed against
Leon Stiauss, tho attTiiuoy, who is al
leged to luiu tiled to persuade a gill
to murr) him at too point of a pistol
Tho 1'aeltle liner Siberia, In at San
Kranclsco, fiom China, brought $.15,000
worth of pigtails of dead Chlmimcii
for uso us "rats" for women, Ljnn,
Mass., i:enlng Itom, Aug. 10, 1008.
Itpad Supervisor Tom Cummins has
a now schemo whereby ho will uso tho
big steam toller for hauling instead of
outig lady as assistant lu dental
oltlco. Apply In own hand-writing,
this olllcci. Iln Z. InSS-Ut
Ford S. Roadster
Tile FORD is the most popular Road
ster in Honolulu. Autoists have
tried it and found that it gives the
most service and the least trouble, and
that's generally enough for the aiitoist
NEW SHIPMENT IN COME AND SEE THEM
THEY'RE BETTER THAN EVER
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., "SJUT
M1fWv VALDORA SswKftT AINSLIE 3 JjjfW'J
I mi-- -: --Mm'
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
There arc moic ways in wliich n collar can
annoy you tlum you can remember. Hut you
enn remember Arrow, and avoid lliem till.
1.) cents 2 for '.' cent.
ULUETT, I'CAIIOUY A CO , Mkr of UntjU Milrli, Troy, N. Y.
wrved at dinner or a dance add much to the plc.isuir. of
the occasion. Wc hav many flavors to select from when
you arc pvintj a dinner.
Tlie Palm Cafe
PHONE 311. HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
A light, permanent, easily
applied roofing, Cheaper than
tin, and better. Little or no
expense to maintain. Does
not taint water.
If your roof leaks or if you
arc puttine; up a new building
use CONGO ROOFING and you
need have no worry of roof
Levvers & Cooke
177 S. KinRSt. I Phone 775.
The most Refreshing Drink Imaginable
MADE ONLY BY
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manner.
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALE1WA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
HOLIDAY, and WORKING
Strong and Reliable nt Reasonable
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST. -3
DISTILLED WATER delivered to oluces and residences.
Honolulu Construction and Drying Oo
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alio deal in Crushed Rook, White apd
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-
t-lLY 1V1COOC11HC1 jW
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near H0TBL
The Encore Saloonl
Thy a dunk at the new phce and a
1 nave "MATT" HEtTUUN serve you, m
lMatoaiemwr-.pl.or Ad.lnwn --EvCnlllg BllJletiil TOC- PCI' iVlOt1,tlll COR. HOTEL and NUUANU. J