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KVKN'IN'O nUM.KTIN'. JtOSOl.UI.U, T. II. KftlDAY, M.ncil 12, 109.
Women's and Children's Shoes
UR SHOE DEPARTMENT is now under ntw management, and we have ordered
many lines of popular Shoes to ccme foiwaid. We are determined to clean
up every broken lot in the department.
We will commence a Big Sale on
Monday Morning, March 15th.
The prices marked should easily effect a speedy clearance of all lines. "'Values like
what we will offer are extraordinary Money-Savers.
The following are some of the bargains':
1 AT Oflcr: LADIES' WHITE CANVAS OXFORjJ
TIES; regular price $1.75.
2 AT $1.35: LADIES' CANVAS OXFORD TIES in
White, Eluc, Lavender, and Green j regular
3 AT ?1.0C: LADIES' WHITE CANVAS PUMPS,
with gilt buckle, up-to-date styles in all sizes;
regular price $3.50. '
4 AT $2.15: LADIES' "SOROSIS" CANVAS TIES
AND PUMPS in nearly every color, plain nnd
embroidered vamps, light and heavy soles; reg
ular price $4.00.
5 AT $1.75: LADIES' HAND-TURNED 0O2E
PUMPS in Black, White, and Brown, with
white collar effect and bow; regular price $3.
G AT G5: LADIES' WHITE KID 1-STRAP SAN
DAL; regular price $2.00.
7 AT 05: LADIES' WHITE KID OXFORD TIE;
regular price $2.50.
8 AT $1.(0: LADIES' BLACK KID OXFORD TIE,
all sizes 2i2 to 8; regular price $2.00.
0 AT $2.55: BROKEN LOT OF "SOROSIS" TIES
AND PUMPS in Patent and Black Vici Kid, in
Frencli and Cuban Heels; regular price $3.50
LOT 10 AT ?2.G5: LADIES' VICI KID FRENCH HEEL
TIES with Light, Hand-Turned Soles; regular
LOT 11 AT $2.00: LADIES' "SOROSIS" GUN-METAL
KID TIE; regular, price $5.00.
LOT 12 AT $3.15: LADIES' "SOROSIS" BLACK VICI
KID LACE SHOE with Low French Heel; reg
ular price $4.00.
LOT 13 AT $2.50: LADIES' "SOROSIS" LACE SHOES
in Patent Leatker and Vici Kid, Cuban Heels,
"Broken Lots"; regular price $3.50 and $4.60.
LOT 14 CHILD'S BLiCK KID TIES, with Patent, Tips;
sizes 8V2 to 11, AT $1.20
MISSES' BLACK KID TIES, with Patent Tips;
. sizes 11V4 to 2, at $1.40
15-40 PAIRS CHILD'S PATENT LEATHER
, FORD TIGS, slightly damaged, at 50
AT 25 INFANTS' SOFT SOLES, in all colors; worth 50c
Every Lot la: d out on tables and marked.in plain figures 37
SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, 8 A.M.
L. B. Kerr fc Co., Ltd.,
5rr-:-."t I 1
BUILT FOR SERVICE
Most refrigerator companies, through a short-sighted
v policy, turn out cheap ice boxes bv the hundred at big
arc all carefully built to give the best service of which, a
Refrigerator is capable, for efficiency, economy, and convenience.
T.H.Davies & Co., Ltd.
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. UCCll V-lAiCATUCD Dill I CTIU
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
liat spot 1b these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea. Plains in
beauty, climate hnd diversity of scen
ery1?, City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
thft the Waimea Home of Mr.. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is, now in the hands of Mr: H. Alcona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Aonly to
-Jff. AKONA. WAIMEA. HAWAII
F. 0, Address, Eawaihae,
New Rubber Tires
Go Carls, ,
Irish Mails, etc
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
i HONOLULU, March 8, 1909.
The week was unusually windy, and with mean temperatures mark,
edly lower than during the preceding one the majority of stations In
the section reporting means 2.0' to 3.9 lower. "
The rainfall was above the weekly average of ten or more year In
the Kohala, Hamakua and Hllo districts of Hawaii, the Himakualoa dis
trict of Maul, and the Koolau and Kona districts of Kauai. Elsewhero
It wa,s below the average.
The departures from the average, in inches, In the sevaral districts
were: Hawaii Kohala -(0.64 to t1.04, Hamakus 1.20. to 42.51, Hilo
40.16 to -10.83, excepting -(3.02 In the extreme northern portion and
0.86 at Pepeekeo; Puna 0.81, Kau 1.28,, and 'Kona 0.52j Mau
Hamakualoa 41.65, and Lahalna 0.24; Oahu Koolauloa 0.53, Koo
laupoko 0.66 to 1.35, Honolulu 0.16, Ewa 0.5V, and Walanae
0.77; and Kauai Koolau 40.06, Kon? 42.28, and Waimea 0.42,
The greatest amounts of rainfall were reported from the windward
districts of Hawaii and Maul, and the higher level's of'the Honolulu dis
trict of Oahu the greate'st amount reported belng'6.06 Inches. " '
The total amounts of rainfall for the week, In inched, In the several
districts were: Hawaii Kohala 2.15 to 2.23, Hamakua 2.51 to 4.37, Hij'
2.24 to 6.06, Puna 1.54 to 3.03, Kau 0.00 to'0.08,:and Kona 0.37 to 0.51;
Maul Koolau 2.47 to 3.17, Hamakualoa 3.55, Hana 0.7.4, Kula trace',' Wal
luku 0.00 to,0.32,,and Lahalna 0.41; Oahu Honolulu and Koolauloa 0.53
to 0.61, Koolaupoko 0.29 to. 1.39, Ewa 0.29 at the lower altitudes and 2.77
to 4.43 at the higher, and Waianae 0.02; Kauai Kbolau 209, Puna 1.02
to 1.13, Kona 3.90, and Waimea 0.64 to 2.28; and Ulterior Molokai 1.13.
, Severe drought conditions again obtain in several ''districts of Maul
and .Hawaii. .
There was more rainfall than during the preceding week at all sta
tions on Hawaii, excepting in the Kau' district; at all statlons.on Kauai,
In the.Hamakualoa and Lahalna districts of Maul, and In the Koolauloa,
Ewa, and the northern and central portions of theiKoelaupoko districts
cf Oahu; elsewhere there' was generally less.ralnfall.ihan last week's.
The greatest excess of rainfall over the previous week' was 3.14. Inches,
and the Jargest deficiency 0.54. Inch. t".
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall for the principal Islands and for the Croup:' ' '
Hawaii 67.1 2.63 Inches.
Maul 69.0 . 1,33 Inches.
Oahu., 69.0 1.20 Inches.
Kau'al ,. 69.2 1.84 Inches.
Molokai - ,,,. .v. 1,13lnfchi.
Entire Group ,..,. 68.2 1.96 Inches.
At the local office of the U. 8. Weather Oureau.ln'Honolulu windy,
partly cloudy to cloudy, showery weather obtained, w(th measurable
rainfall on five dates amounting to .59 inch, the 'same .is during the
preceding week, and 0,16 Inch less than the normal for the week. The
maximum temperature .was 76,if'mlnlmum 60, and mean 69.0, 1.4
lower than the normal and lasf week's mean. The mean dally relative
humidity ranged from 68 to 7B!J, with a mean fll ,73.3 , lor the week.
Easterly winds prevailed, with the high average hourly velocity f 1,1.7 .
miles. The mean dally barometer varied from 30.04 to .3.0,1,4. inchps,'
and the .mean for the week, 30.10 wa's 0'.09 Inch'abdve normal. " '
WM. B. 8T0CKMAN,
. .Section Director.
REV. C. F. DOLE
McKinley High Students
Itevcreml C. T. Dole addressed the
pupils of the High School In one of
Hie, series' ot Thursday morning ad
dresses. Ills topic was universal
pence, n question now ibelng strenu
ously nftltated and which Is one of
too favorite doctrines of the ex-t'res-IJent
Ho dwelt on the1 barbarism of war,
of Its place with such mediaeval In
stitutions as feudalism ami. slavery,
or the loss-of the best of the Na
tion's young men which It entailed.
The com, be Bitld, was'a minor con
sideration, yet there Is n groat nml
prvsslifg need for financial 'relief In
ii multitude of charitable organiza
tions, ''One of tfio chief charms of war,"
ho said, "Is that It Is picturesque; a
llect ot magnificent battleships ex
cites our lovo of power, yet. If wo
stbfl to consider that the ten mil
lions which one ot those ships cost
would found a university, our feel
ings change. Tlio educational sys
tem of the South Is In some parts
very poor and n yearly Income equal
to the cost ot only one battleship
would work wonders. War aids
trade, They say, but the only trade
which it really does aid Is that of
various races can live in harmony
In the whole earth just as they ilve
peaceably In Honolulu; when, like
the great United States, the whole
world can be one power, with a leg'
Islaturo or court at Tho Hague."
vllls remarks woro applauded long'
thlly by tho pupils. '
Whitney & Marsh
On MONDAY NEXT, 15TII INST., we will put on sale
12 One-Piece Suiis
in Voiles, Henriettas, and Ladies' Cloth. VALUES UP TO
, Sale Price, $10.50
Tho Promotion Committee has of
fered a prliu of S0 for the moat ail'
Istlc and original design for tho floral
parade poster for 1910. It Is the do
slrb of tho committee to sccuru some'
thing decidedly tmlquo, and thus the
reward is offered far enough ahead
tjiat ai tilts may havo amplo tlmo to
get th'ulr, sketches ru'ady.
1 J "
WHAT ABHY AND NAVY
FOLK AEE DOINa
LAST WEEK OF OUR"
Big Mark -Down Sale
LADIES CORSET COVERS, $1.25 Now 75c a Pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, $1.00 Now 60o a pair
LADD3S' CORSET COVERS, 75o Now 40o a pair
LADLES' CORSET COVERS, 40o Now 25o a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 25o Now 15c a pair
LADIES' VESTS. lOo Now 5o
WHITE COTTON. lOo a yd 13 yards for $1.00
NEW FLANNELLETTE, 10 yards for 90o
DRESS BATISTE.. lOo a yd Now 5o a yard
LACE CURTAINS, 75oa pr Now.40o a pair
LACE OURTAINs, $1 a pair Now OQca pair
A Large Assortment of LACE, RIBBONS, ETC., marked
dawn. . ..
A new steel, wlthfrom threo to
seven times the cutting power ot ex
isting high speed steel, s 'announced
as the latest Important discovery at
Sheffield, Kngland. This steel can
bo hardened In .water, oil or blast.
According to John Oliver Arnold,
iirofesborrof metallurgy utrShcflleM
ijjuYorpuyc-11- isan osonieiy new
fiWRKUro ui-huu) ' ouimnoa -water-''quenched'
ijKcorfsldorUu'let'ilme .on:iVbV hardest
inhtV;rlal.ltlr the cutting1 edge of
flio to6i at a bright red Blow'..
-Cdtiacab. " 3
' Tho resignation' of Capt. Cecil
Stewart, commissary (Cavalry), of
his commission uu an officer, In the
Army, has been accented by the Pres
ident, to talie effect -June 30, and the
sence until that date. Captain Btew-
art -was born In Vlrglnlq, and gradu
ated from tho U. S. Military Academy
In July, 188C. He was attached to
the Cavalry until 1907, when he was
detailed In the Subsistence Depart
ment. He reached the grado ot cap
tain I'd). 2, 1901, and has been sta
tioned recently at San Francisco.
Commodore Karl Hohrer, U. S. N.,
retired, commandant of tho naval
station at San Juan, P. It., hns re
ceived orders from Washington to
tell tii'o occupants of d certain tract
of land to vacate It. ,Tho question
of tho ownership ofMh)Sland has
Ipng'beon In dispute, but 'It haB now
been decided 'that ' tho rightful pro-'
tirietor Is the Insular government,'
laid the occupants, who'liaVo lived
on tho 'property since several yoais
prior to, tho American occupation,
must scetc other quarters.
'' ' IUI.II.I-.
Tho new United States Naval Hos
pital In Yokohama, Japan, la nbniit
toady for occupancy. It Is ,a frame
building ot Japanese architecture
and cost $2G,O0Q,. Delay was canned
by the custom of Japanese builders
In first erecting tho building com
plete on a temporary site, by way ot
demonstration. This Is done for tho
purpose of Inspection, and If tho
building Is accepted it Is then taken
down and erected on tho permanent
'JACTRES3 ffETS.A' DIVORCE
S ' r 1' y '
AnnaiBoyd Wins'Her, Freedom from
'.NEW ,VDUK,' N;.'-Y Feb, 20.
Joseph U., .Coyne, tlio comedian, lato
star of "The Kjtblluse," now playlns
Prince Danllo In ''The Merry Wid
ow" In London, was divorced today
In Poughliccpslo by. Anna Iloyd, an
actress who achieved a reputation as
tho original widow In "A Trip to
Chinatown." Dan McCay an actor
testified that Coyne and Miss Alice
Frasor, an English nctresu, lived
across tho street from where he waa
stopping In London. McCny suld ho
often called on Coyne and alway.i
found Miss Eraser In tho loom with
Jilm. Miss, Frascr Is described as a
beauty or too r;ngusn type, siignt and
.with light- brown hair.
Ukuleles, Hawaiian Music, Postals,
100 Different Views of the Islands,
Souvenir Playing Cards.
A Beautiful Souvenir Book of the
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sts
DELIVERS BREAD DADLY
. . v .-, -
. .King Street, Ewa of Fiiomarket.
DRY GOODS AND' 'FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE;
Horse, Hrarnes, and
, 'For Sale,. Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat; D.V.S.
, ". ' ,777 KING BT. ,
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
- Hotel1 near Fort.
CALD70RNIA GIFT $100,675.
That State Second Only to New York
in Earthquake Donations
Washington, D. C, Fob. 20. Cal
ifornia stands second on the list ot
States for contributions through tho
lied Cross to tho Italian earthquake
funds. The three States which gave
largo sums are:
Now York, 1332,080; California,
1'J0,C?5; Illinois, (90,772.
The total amount contributed to
dato Is ll.000.C2C.
gV- DULLETIN ADS PAV 41g
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
have not seen all the sights unleia
they visit the
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Timca
of the Day and Nfght. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening.
Bulletin nlves a complete summary' of
the news of the day,
fjsy BULLETIN AD8 PAY -gg
s TOWN AND
Shirts, in plaited
fronts, are cut from cloths
designed in the Cluett
Studios expressly to meet
the requirements of the
shirts they are used in.
Woven to order and made
by carefully trained hands
tney represent all that the
combined experience of
the best talent can suggest
61.50 and more
CLUETT, PEABODV & CO.. Troj. N. V.
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