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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, FEn. It!, 1909.
After Stock-Taking Bargains
The MARK-DOWN MAN is hard nt work. Every day of the past
week lie has been skirmishing through the store for odd lots and brokJn
sizes. Prices fall away to almost nothing under his magic pencil. Cost
is ignored; values of such magnitude arc created that items advertised
will vacate counters and tables at once. Some lots are small. Wc there
fote urge early shopping. Sale began MONDAY MORNINO, FEB. 15TH.
Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits
To Close Out.
NAVY BLUE AND BLACK
SILK GOSSAMER CAPES
Full length, splendid protection for evening wear, cardinal and
black. $10.00 VALUE FOR 92.50.
Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose
White, 'Tan, and Black.
Black size.'O and 91-.
Tan size, 8, 0, 9-2.
Wh'itc in all sizes.
50c quality, to close out. 3 PAIRS
White Kid Gloves
2 clasps, standard make; size 5,
C, 7, 7i4, 7V2. $1.25 and $1.75
quality, to close out 80$ a Pair.
Undressed Kid Gloves
Elbow length. White sizes, G, GVi,
G's, G. Black, 5, G, 7.
$2.25 quality, to close out 91.00
SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
FORT AND BERETANIA. 'OPP FIRE STATION.
of Pure Foods, Relishes and
of the finest Flavor and Quality
No Others Quite So Good
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst Sc Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
)- DULLETIN Ans PAY -3PQ;
Prices Cut in Two
Fancy Dress Voiles
In Stripes and Checks, Pretty
25c quality, to close out 15 a Yard.
Fine qualities for afternoon and
30c quality 20 a Yard
35c quality 25 a Yard
40c quality 30) a Yard
50c quality 35 a Yard
LINEN HUCKABACK TOWELS
fringed ends, blue-bordered, and all
$3.00 and $3.25 qualities to close
out 92.25 a Dozen.
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
$00 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50x60.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line, 70 x 3U0.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R.'Strauch
7-1 S. KING ST
There has not been
enough rain to in
jure the roads to
900 MILES AT SEA
Operator Warren Keeps
Passengers In Touch
CONNECTED WITH STATIONS
HERE AND ON COAST
Gossip of Ship Paper Also Included
News of Principal Events of
World Affairs From Ter-
ra Firma to Water
They are making n great fuss In
New York over tho wireless telegrams
that covered a distance of twenty-six
miles and saved the passengers of h
Here In tho Pacific the wireless
equipment of the steamship I.urllno
works a distance of nine hundred
lullcn and gets all tho news of tho
day for the pn'sscngers. In case of
distress, the Masse wireless of the
I.urllno could rail assistance from n
distance of a thousand miles.
Purser Wjnrren of tho Lurllnc, who
I' also the wireless operator, pub
lished another Issuo of the "Lurllno
Despatch" on the way down. Tho
paper was published on tho 9th lnst.
and gave nil tho principal news of
the world up to that date.
Tho extracts from the log nt tho
sWamer are of particular interest, as
it has been known locally Hint the
I.urllno Is always In touch with elth
c Honolulu or. Sun Francisco on tlia
trips to and from the Const. It will
b" noted that Operator Warren was
Ik touch with San Francisco while
IS 00 miles out. Extracts from the
"i.urllno Despatch" follow:
Friday, Feb. 5th. 9:40 p. m. The
Pacific Mall steamship Mongolia paBS-
cd abeam. Reported her position to
Si.n Francisco by wireless, as these
steamers are not equipped with ap
Communication held throughout
tho day and night with tho Btcnm-
shtps Bhcrldan, City of I'uebla and
the land Btatlons at San Francisco.
Saturday, Feb. 6th During bad
weather the bark Mohican, towing as
tern, broke adrift. Anchor chains
carried nway from the Mohican's
Wireless communication held with
g. 8. Sheridan, S. S. Porter. Coast
stutlons nt Sail Francisco, and Marc
Island Navy Yard.
Sunday, Feb. 7th, 10:40 a. nt.
Cable made fast nboard tho Mohican;
full speed ahead.
Wireless communication held with
Point Lomn. Tablo llluff, and S. S.
Monday, Feb. 8th Wireless com
munication held with S, S. Porter,
Point I.omn, Table llluff, nnd S.m
Tuesday, Feb. 9th, midnight Re
ceived press from the Massle wire
less sttlon, 900 miles off.
Sub-Itosa. Don't bo Impatient;
the I.urllno will nrrlvo before the
Mohican. If you see n vessel In tho
dtstnnce, be wise and don't ask tho
Captain her name, for" ho Is suro to
say "Tho Saucy Jano of Liverpool."
Who said wo wouldn't have fine
weather tomorrow? Tho steward re
ports his Ico factory Is now In work
ing order nnd that wc may expect
Ice cream before we reach the Equa
Wednesday, Tel), loth, 4 p. m.
Passed bark Annlu Johnson, from
Wednesday, Fob. 10th S p. in :
Wireless communication established
with Honolulu; dIMnnce 1200 mile).
10 p. in.: In communication with Ban
FrnnclBco; reported the position of
thehark Annie 'Johnson to the Mat
Ron, Navigation Co.
Thursday, Feb. 11th, 8 p. 111. In
communication with Honolulu. Mid-
night: In communication with San
rrnncUco; distance 130O miles.
ommcers S. S. I.urllno Com
mander Henry r. Weeden, Chief Of'
fleer J.' O. Peterson, Chief Engineer
II. Kankln, Purser Chns. 1). Warren, '
Chief Steward II. Olden.
MAYOR FERN IS ONLY TOOL
(Continued from Paze O
tho public work and business of
City nnd County of Honolulu.
"And petitioner further alleges on
Information and belief that all the
actions of said Mayor In attempting
to appoint empjpyes of tho City nnd
County of Honolulu, and In attempt
ing to appoint tdtmnlttccs of the
Hoard of Supervisors . . . wcro dic
tated and controlled by tho Demo
cratic Central Committee of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii and Its agents and
employes for political reasons and
purposes, nnd were not tho free nnd
Independent acts of said Mayor."
The "County enso" Is on trial to
day in tho Circuit Court as to tho
many disputed questions of fact. Up
on Its conclusion nnd tho deciding of
these points by tho Circuit Judge, tho
matter, as to thA mnlp Issue Involv
ing tho suprcmncy of Mayor Fern
or the Hoard of Supervisors, will be
reserved to the Supremo Court for
SURVEYORS ARE BUSY
IN MANOA, VALLEY
Owing to consldcrnbto building uork
going on In Mnnba, the county Hiirvoy
ors hnvo been busy running lines for
tho upper and ImturMaiiou roads, Tho
lower roads will bo fifty feet wide,
wlillu tho upper roads will bo much
Among tho houses recently occupied
nro thoao of W. T. Schmidt, D. 0. Muy
Hcv. W. II. Olescm. Secretary Super nf
tho Y. M. C. A., and Mr. Mclntre. Mr.
Iilacknian 'has Just completed a new
cottage and' Mrrl Kbcreole Is having
his ground broken preparatory tl
erecting his houso. Others who are
looking nfter tho erection and comple
tion of their houses nro A. Louis, Jr.,
Deputy Sheriff Hose, Miss Felker and
.Mrs. M. I). Drown, Work Is progres
sing on tho bo) h' building for tho Mid
COX KNEW NOTHING
(Continued from Pico 1)
Six of tho employees of tho police
department who, though their salaries
were cut, accepted their warrants,
brought them back this morning and
declined to accept them. Two of the
men took tho warrants without notic
ing tho cut.'nnd were not aware of tho
fact that they had been docked until
tho City aiul County Treasurer started
to pay them. Then they raised a
Olio of tho most disgusted of Jhc po
licemen, Is Frod Wright. Wright's
pay, as patrolman, Is $95 a month. No
cut has been made there. This month
Wright has been substituting for tho
wagon driver. Tho pay of tho driver,
on Jarrett'H payroll, Is $100 a month
Tho committee cut it to $90. Thus,
Wright Is scheduled to get less than
his regular pay, whero ho had been
expecting a temporary Increase.
Tho Old Hell Cow, with a Sob and 11 Sough,
Said, "Really, It beats f Dal nation !'
Why! my Latest Calf Passed me Up with a Land.
And usked to be fed 'CnrnntloniV
is almost as rich as cream, with a flavor that recommends it for table
use in preference to all others,
When used in the cooking, it saves shortening and adds a richness
and a wholesome quality that are delightful. Try it next time you order
HENRY. MAY;& CO., Ltd.,
( fl . n t l"fc
BRUSH FIRES ON TANTALUS
Notice is hereby given that In ac
cordance with Section 0 of Act 71 of
the Session Ijiws of 190r,, It Is FOlt
HIDDEN to start fires for the burn-j
lug of brush, dry giast, etc., for a
irnuu ui iwL-tvu r iiimuiiih iiiihi
date, within that portion of the Dis
trict nf Kono, Island of Oahu, bound
ed on the Fast by Manoa Valley, on
the North by the Konnhunanul Moun
tain Hldgc, on the West by Nuuanu
nnd Pauon Valleys (Including tho for.
cstcd portion of the ridge, above Pa
cific Heights), and on the South by
the makal edge of the Eucalyptus for.
est, the Maklkl Reservoir and the
maukn boundary of the Judd land in
Mnklkl and Manoa, UNI.KS3 the writ
ten permission of the District Flic
Warden lifts been first obtained.
The law reads "such fires shall not
bo started during a heavy wind with-1
out sufficient help present to control
the same, and tho fires bliall be
watched by the person setting the
same, or by competent agent of his,
until put out." ,
Tho District Fire Warden Js Mr
W. M. Olffard.
RALPH S. HOSMCR.
Chief Fire Warden.
Honolulu, Hawaii, February 13,
1909. 4234 Feb. 13, 16, 1G
Participants In Floral
Parade Will Be
The Floral Purado Commltteo wants
tho dress of all tho participants In the
big Washington's lllrtliday pageant to
bo white, In so far as this Is practic
able. White clothing Is particularly
In keeping with Hawaii's climate, and
should. It Is felt, bo made a feature of
our big annual feto day. Tho Commit'
too recognizes, that In somo Instances
the color scheme of tho vehicle ilecorn
lions may make It advisable that the
costumes of the occupants bo other
than white, but whero this consider.)'
Hon does not Intrude white Is desired.
Tom Sharp expects to have all of the
prizes and trophies which aro offered
to tho best features In tho parade, 011
exhibition in the store windows at tho
corner of Hotel and Fort streets. Tho
collection Is a very hnndsome one. nnd
should Inspire a very healthy spirit of
rivalry among the, contestants.
Manuel Peter, chairman of tho hi
cyclo feature of tho parade, would like
(11 hear at once from all who intend to
make entries In this section. He aV
ready has llvo of these navel!)' decor
ated wheels in course of construction,
but understands that there aro a num
ber of others, the names of whoso own
erB ho lias not learned. In order to
Insure a plnco In the parndo, he should
bo notified without delay. There aro
three prizes In gold offered to this sec
tlon $20, $10 and $5.
OUILD In Manoa Valley, Honolulu
February 10, 1909, to Mr. and Mrs
Qeorgo O. Guild, a son.
Treason in Russian police depart
meat and arrest of former director
mid eighteen social revolutionists.
ORDINANCE NO. 2.
An ordinance directing nnd author.
izIiik certain Standing Committees nf
the Hoard of Supervisors to engage
aim urcennrge an empiO)ccs as such
Committees may deem necessary for
the municipal service to said Com
mittees assigned by the Rules of the
Hoard of Supervisors of the City and
County of Honolulu, to prescribe the
duties nnd services of such employees,
end to fix their compensation, sub
ject to tho disapproval of the Hoard
of Supervisors of the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu.
1113 IT ORDAINED by tho People
of tliu City and County of Honolulu:
Section 1. That the Standing
Committee of the Hoard of Supervi
sors of the City nnd County of Ho
nolulu elected under the Rules of the
said Hoard of Supervisors, known as
the Committee on Roads. Jlrldgos,
(lurbage, Parks and Public Improve
ments, be and It Is hereby directed
and authorized to engage and dis
charge all employees fly such Com
mittee deemed necessary to maintain
nnd perform the public work of the
City nnd County of Honolulu on tho
Roads, Hrldgcs, Garbage, Parks and
Public Improvements thereof, to pre
scribe the duties nnd services of said
employees, nnd to fix their compen
sation. Section 2. That the Standing
Commltteo of tho Hoard of Supervi
sors of the City nnd County of Hono
lulu elected under the Rules of tho
snld Hoard of Supervisors, known as
the Commltteo on Flro Department
nnd Klcctrlc Lights be nnd It Is hero-
b) directed and authorized to engage
and dlschargo all employees by such
Committee deemed necessary to main-
tain nnd Improve the Fire System nnd
the Electric Light System of the
City nnd County of Honolulu, nnd to
perform the public work thereof or
pertaining thereto, to prescribe the
duties and services of such employees,
and to fix their compensation.
Section 3. That tho Standing
Ccmmltteo of the Hoard of Supcrvl
Mrs of the City nnd County of Hono
lulu elected under the Rules of the
said Hoard of Supervisors, known as
the Committee on Public Expendi
tures, be and It Is hereby directed and
authorized to engage and dlschargo
all employees by such Committee
deemed necessary to maintain a Hand
for tho City and County of Honolulu,
and to maintain all other municipal
tcrvlco not otherwise provided for,
to prescribe tho duties and services
of such employees, and to fix their
Section 4. PROVIDED HOWEVER
that said Committees shall at the last
Regular meeting in each month, re
port to the Hoard of Supervisors of
tho City and County of Honolulu tho
persons so engnged or discharged by
said Committees, except such as are
known as day-laborcrB, together with
the compensation so fixed, and If said
Hoard, by a majority kvote, shall there
upon disapprove any action ot said
Committees, whether or employment,
discharge, or compensation, such ac
tion ot said Committees, so disap
proved, shall bo of no effect after the
date of such disapproval,
Section S. This Ordinance shall
tuko effect from nnd after tho date
of Its approval.
Dato of Introduction:
January 11, 1909.
J. C. QUINN.
I, JOSEPH J. FERN, Mayor of the
City and County of Honolulu, do
hereby certify that tho foregoing Or
dinance having been theretofore ve
toed by mo on the 28th day of Janu
ary, 1909, was on the 4th day ot Feb
tttary, 1909, at a regular adjourned
meotlng of tho Hoard or Supervisors
of the City and County of Honolulu,
by motion duly made, seconded nnd
carried, reconsidered by said Hoard
of Supervisors, and upon such recon
sideration wns passed by the nfllrm
ativo vote of not less than flvo mem
bers ot said Hoard.
JOSEPH J. FERN,
Mayor ot tho City and County
Dated this Gth day of
4227-Feb. S, C, S, 9. 10, 11, 12, 13,
Scnled tenders will bo received by
the- Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 111. ut Monday, March 1st,
1909, for tho construction ot n one
room bvhoalhouso at Annhola, Knuat,
Plans and specifications nro on fllo
In tho ofll co of the Superintendent ot
Public Works and may ulso be had
01, application from Mr. S. M, Hund
ley, School Agent, Kcalla, Kauai.
All tenders to be on blank propo
sals furnished by the Public, Works
The Superintendent of Public
WoikB reserves the right to reject
any or all bids,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, February 11, 1909.
L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport
1005 NUUANU ST near King. .
If you are start
ing in house
er the cost of a
wood stove nnd
the fuel it, con
nnd the joys of
h 0 u s ekceping
will be, k c p t
Gas Co., Ltd.
Tent Houses ;
may be furnished most suit
ably with our beautiful, high
PLAIN AND TWISTED
We have a very large and
handsome assortment. Come
Lewers & Cookd
177 S. King St. Phone 7751
We have them IVniif. Halt.
Tennis Racquets, Tennis Nets.MJed
not uou iiatis, sun Pneumatic GoII
tiaus, lennu Racquets Restrung.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
THAN OURS IS MADE.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
137 MERCHANT STREET, v
LOTS FOR SALE
Of KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITIO
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Freoitt
at Uauula on the beach, a two -s to:,
house and furniture, at a bargain
For Distilled Water and Asiortei
Soda Water, delivered to office ani'
residence, RLNO UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water WorKi
1203 Miller St. M. . DeIm