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RVi:NIN IHIU.KTIN, 1IONOI.Ut.lf, T. H.VCDNIMDAV, SIJPT. S, "09,
In All Departments
Many, nifty, nobliy tltines selected bv our Mr. Sachs in the East.
bo, standard "oods touglit at close prices so vc can oiler them for
tie here. Goods now 0:1 display.
LADIES' CREAM SERGE SUITS
th blue and croen strincs. three fourths lentdh coat and ornamented
1th large buttons. These are the very swcllcst advance styles.
Five Survivors of Wrecked
Bark Errol Tell of Their
NEW PRINCESS SLIPS
litWhite laWn, very prettily trimmed in lace and embroidery.
CHILDREN'S COATS AND JACKETS
Checks, Stripes and Novelty Goods. Very nobby.
LADIES' RIDING SKIRTS
In Khaki.and Covert Cloth,
TURKEY RED TABLE DAMASK
New patterns fend fine quality; GOo per yard.
mnminir: Dutch Collars in lace and embroidered, embroidered Mull
if Raw Wanl flrnrirftl Rawi Tjipo nnrUMnll Jflbofx Lnri fihirmwttea
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and the latest is the uaintly embroidered null Ties White with
white embroidery and White with colored embroidery.
e have lots of pretty new things in our Drapery Department. Take a
look at our Fort bt. Show Window for winters in this line.
Hew designs and superior quality.
very large assortment' of lace curtains in all prices.
I. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
wrner Fort and Beretania Streets. Opposite Fire Station.
They Have Feet
When school boys wear C. H. Alden's shoes for boys. Made
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength and fit are given every consideration in these
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively. Full line of
sizes at $3 and $3.50.
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. Cor. King and Bethel.
NEW ARRIVALS EX "LURLINE
PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakea.
. Let us print your PROGRAMS, MENUS,
L SHIPPING TAGS, LABELS and ill other
kinds of Commercial or Law Printing
GiOe u-r one order and you tuitl Jl)e in another
V1CT0IMA (II. C), Sept. G. Kow
moie triiRlc tales of llio set nro on
record thnn (lint hiought by tlic
steamer M alalia tills niornlliR from
Australia of tin- wieck of tliu Nor
wegian bark Hrrol, which stittel.
Mlddlcton reef, Juno 18th, nml the
sufferings unci tragedies (if the stir
vlvom briefly reported by table Plvo
rcimilneil of tvvont)-tw when the
Tofu.took them off, so cntailnted
fiom thirst nml starvation thnt they
had to be cnrrlcil. Tbo Makura
brought (U'tiillcil stories of their viiln
struggle to find water on the rccfj
their unsuccessful search for a
cat ho of ptovlMons nml ii lifeboat
maintained thciu previous to 1882
ami which tjio sailing illretttoiin
Mated still existed of their Html
almniloniiicnt of hope iitul subscn.ucnt
Captain Anderson ami the second
male were ill owned white building n
raft, llli wife anil children looked
on, 'Wringing their hnnds nml, final
ly, after others hail suicumbcd nml
the reinalniler were weak from star
vation, the captain's wife drowned
herself and four rlillilicn under the
Impression that llio fle surrjvors
wcro plannlni; n resort to cannibal
Ism, and she followed the chlldicn
Into tho waves. Tlie five survivors
were too fnr none to talk much of
Patrick Painter, nn Atnerlcnn, who
joined tho ship lit Coitilmho, said:
."Plve of tin roI n raft. W'c went
till oer tlto reef In se.tnh of water,
hut f i(ii nil none and one of the party
died on tint reef. Wo had sotnu illfll-
rttlty In building the t lift nml the
captain nml Kecoitd inato both Rot
drowned. Tlic captain's wife stood
within a few feet of lilm watching
I) 1 in and rIio Raw him drown as she
stood there wringing her hands. She
had her four children, from a baby
1 jenr old to tho clght-j c.tr-oH gli'l.
stamlliiR beside her.
"We thoiiRht we would be able to
find, water on the reef and save the
IIvch of thoso we had left on the
wieck, but thoso Falling till cct Ions
lie. They sold there was water
thcip, a lifeboat nml food, and there
was no food nml no llfoboat. Ole, ho
died; ho fell down on tho reef and
dropped his head on his chest, lie
was lucky. There was another wreck
on tho reef and wo thought it was n
ttorcshlp. Wo bonrded it, but found
nothing to cat. It was musty, old
mid all It held was a bottlo with
about two Rills of water that must
have been there for sears, by th
horrible, taslo It had. I and tbo car
penter drank It. Wo afterward found"
Mime moro wntcr, nml although It
was bad, wo drank it, Wo then de
cided to build a punt from tho vvrcck-
ii Re, and wullo vo wcro working ut
this wo lived nn shellfish."
Another "survivor took up tho
story. Ho snid that when tho suffer
ers wcro Bitting on tho sand tho cap
tain's wlfo thought they wcro con
sidering cannibalism and tho asked
them not to eat her children. Her
mind -tiad gone. Suddenly sho ran
Into tho sen and drowned her four
ihlldren, following them into the
When relief finally canto there
weto but llo, four men and n boy.
And Ihesn wcro so exhausted thnt
tin co had to bo carried by tho res
cuers. Tho steamer Tofu was bound from
the Islands to Sidney when two
wrecks wnro scon nt Middloton reef,
whoro formerly there had boon but
ono. Tho steamer boro In and sent
boats nshoro, ono being met by tho
punt built by tho survivors,, who
hysterically seized tho Jiirs of weak
ened brandy and beef tea passed to
Dili LEAGUE G'iES
It was dorldul today that tho Ills
l.caguo ball games thnt are scheduled
I lor next, Saturday, bo ixrctponed till rj i n I I M I
Saturday wcelf, Tills iIone so its 01A IV Uiiyb III UUII 13
not to Interfere with tho tuihiilrt inn- I j ' l I T
nlng inco nt tliu Alhlcjlo 1,'aik. as It, A UOOO JOKC 10 '
was thought that n. number of pcoplu n ' I
would like to seo thu longdlstiinco' IVl 9 M U C I
event., . I
On .Saturday. September' lj, llio .... ,.... ,,.,, , ,, ,.,, ,
mies will be continued and, Judghu or,lv ,, , wM1 Ht,nt(,lict, jim,j
u mo uik hiuii ..mi ui,L-., m-u ..... EiMy days' lmprlt.onment."---Judgo An
games on lufuuiy nisi, inu i.tcintu oi
the reason will sco n lingo attendnnro
nt the l.oagtio grounds.
Thu final reports of tho estate of
August Drelcr, deceased, weru present
ed today and their approval recom
mended by Master Slmnntun. Tho
Irustco's charge themsehes with f2fl
:o".r,n and asked to bo allowed $2S
"Thank on." Manuel.
After looking out tli) record of.
Manuel, it Porto itlcm defendant, ulio
npiK-nrtd In Police Court this miming,
Judge Andrnde sentenced him to sixty
daH' Itnprlsonment. Tho defendant
was not a bit discouraged, hut, In
backing ft out tho bench, to go Into
tho prisoners' reservation, Manuel
thanked tho Judge with u smile. Ills
Honor said "Welcome."
' Chief I.ciil acted ns Porto Itlcnn In
terpreter. Manuel was tliarged with
Inning distill bed the sleep of others.
430.11, leaving a cash hihinco of Mo was apparently diutik nml in.i.lo
$.1,771.0!). ' such a big nolso last night lh.it his I
The report or P. A. Schaofcr, guard- iii'IrIiIhih could not sleep. They ap
ian of August and IMwatd Dicier, mln- pealed to tho police and henco ho Was
ors, charges himself with r.:US.fcT unit taken to tho Police Station,
rilsburscmcnlii amounting In $1059 BS.j I.um SIiir, charged with keeping a
With his report ho also handed In Ills, Uclous dog pleaded guilty mid his sen
irslgnatlon ntpl under the terms of tho lenco w.ts suspended for thirteen
Drelcr will bo In succeeded by Cecil months. His dog was killed today by
Hi-own. , ll' police.
t I A. Hawaiian woman, who Is n fro-
3EBREE'S FLEET ARRIVES quent lsllor ut the Police Station on
HERE SATURDAY. Saturday nights, was glii-n Ktty'ilas
' i '.on ti thnrgo of drunkenness. Honda.
(Continued 'from Pasft 1) U Jbimiioso. clmrged with completing
twin screw. C.iptkln III ndh A. Plskc, r. lodgliig hoitso without n HcetiVe,
uimmnndlnR. vns or.leted to pay tho costs of court.
CAUPOKNIA IS Rims 13.020 tons. "' ''"' l"1'"' l n "f-enso before ho
23.000 hon-opower, twin tcrew. Cain I'Ppeared In court this morning. Thieo
Inln Vlticendou U Collm.ui (oininnnil
SOUTH DAKOTA Same ai C.illfor-
uH Captain .lames 'T. "Smith, com
WAHINOTON2D guntl, lir.OO
tuna, 21,009 horbiipowcr, twin screw
AKE A DIP IN PROSPERITY
iulletin Publishing Co". Ltd.
Tho lourKomeness of tho flmcrnor'H
ofllco, boieft of all Its shining IIrIiIb.
was somen hat biokcn last iiIrIiI when
n wIioIosb twitter drifted in fiom I.a
halna, Maul, from somo of tho (lov
eiuor's wandorlnR prodlpils. It stilt-
til mat llio Congressional party had
ni rived at 0 n. in. after a iilonsniit vnv.
ago. As this means that Oovernor
Krenr, H. O, Matlieson and Claudius
Mcllildo nro still in tho land of tho
living ovorjoouy ncaod a sign if io
BULLfTTIN ADA PAY
tatl, Andrew J. Olson. Antono Per-tinndci.-IXnld
llnnest, Charles II. Ma
kiinul, Harold T. Hajseldcn, Jus. I..
Holt, Jno. II. Trails, Arthur II. Perry,
D.nld K. Martin, Oeo. Malltm, Henry
Knal, Henry A. Wl90...1os. V. Ia-wIb,
Georgo Meyer, Hplirnlni C. Smith, Jno.
U. losepa, Cltarles Johnson, Alexander
McAngtts, Ilobert C. Mia, I.'d. K. Hunt,
S. J. Allencastre.
Chltjeso weto up for gambling. They
were rcpiesentcd py .Itidgo Qiiarlcs.
Oniilg;to Judge Do Holt runnlng.oitt
if I iili.Dtiinii t fitu (ililoli fi anltt lur.
C..pU.a Chatles ,C. Jlo;;ns.( command. i()rK fw Jw fol ft nw mln
"" t ilrau n tli In mnrnlnr' mill nn fiillOiTft!
Second DlvUlcn. chnrUa II. Judd. Samuel U-leo, H. IL
Uccr Admiral IMward II Hit ry.com-'f.,,,,,,,...,, ,nn Trnsk. ni. H Knr.
manner; i.icuteunnitUicnu . aiiiuuiiii.
t'.tg HcutenantjuEsin William A.
Olassfotu, Jr., ahto.
WP.ST VIRGINIA (flagship of Divi
sion Cgniman(SrT-Armorcl cruiser,
18 Rims, 13,080 tons". 21,000 horsepower
twin Bcrcw. Lieutenant Commander
Henry .1. ZlegemVjr', com ni nml I tig.
COLORADO Samo as West Virgin
ia. Captain Cliaflfcs 'U. T. "Miiore, com
mandtng. MAUVLAND Snmo its', Colorndi
Cnptaln Jnmes C. Olllinote; coinmnml
Ing. PENNSYLVANIA Samo ns Mary
lnnd. Captain Charles P. Tond, com
(Continued from Vace 1)
appointed as nsslutant at I.ehua
school, and left jestcrday on tho
Klnnti to take her position. Other
appointments announced by Mr,
Ilabbltt nro that of Hugh Jamleson
as assistant nt Kapan nml Julia M
Leigh to the Alnckea school in Ko
luila. Miss Leigh left today on the
Superintendent lllbhltt conducted a
lengthy Investigation Into tho differ
ences that were found to exist iituong
tho teaching forgro at thu Kolualoi
hchool. It was thu original Intention
to transfer Mrs. Majdwell to a school
about five miles distant but her many
friends utged upon tho Dup.iitment of
Public Instruction the necessity of re
taining her services at Molilalia. Dur
ing tho Investigation it was alleged
that Mrs. M. V. Sott pursued rattier
arbitrary methods In her ndmlnlstra
tlon of tho sihool ami tho sentiment
In tho school illstilcl seemed to bo lit
favor of Mrs. Maydwcll.
arc especially exposed to the dangers of female org;
disorders. Lvdia K. I'inkliam's Vegetable Compound
enabled thousands of girls to hold their positions.
Read what this girl says:
I'nwI'iuv.Mleli. "I suffered trrrllily from foiunlollls, Iticlml
Intr thflitiiinmtioii nml mnceKllim, for m-vitiiI ji'iin. SIj- ilm-lor
8ii lil there mum iio hnpofor mo hut an operation. I liognn takliip;
I,.Mllu i:. I'liilvliaia's Vrgetalilo CoinimttiHl, iitul 1 cuu now say
Iuiu well." Kiniiia rnper.
And this girl :
Tiiillnnatxills Itul. "T aufforort from narvcro fpumlowcnk
noNHiiiiit R"t ko li.ul that I Ih'Hcm) I would liave illeil If I hail
tint nhtnlncil relief mion. One doctor .snlil notlilne; would euro
mo hut nn oiieratlon.
"My mint aiHIsed mei to try Ljillu 1 I'liiltlinin's Vrjtrtnhlo
Compound ns It hml dime so much good for her. I did mid
found It to ho tho rl'ht ineilli'liio to euro femnlo trouhh-s and
hulld up tho sv.Hteui, and 1 am now in hotter health thnn I over
expected to he." Ucsslu V. l'lper, 'Ml H. Addlsun St., Indian
Is it not reasonable to suppose that a medicine that did
so much for these girls will do the same for any other girl
who is suffering with the same troubles?
These testimonial letters arc the genuine and truthful
statements from honest people.
Docs it not seem the only sensible thing to give such a
medicine at least a trial ? You tmav be sure that it can
do you no harm, and there is lots of proof that it will do
you much good.
Tor .10 years T.ydln K. rinldinm'a Vcpctnlilo
Comiioiinil Iiiin been tho standard remedy for
female lll. Xo nick woman docs Justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Miule exclusively from roots mid herbs, and
hashounnds of cures to Its credit.
MVteMrs. rinkhnm Invites nil slek women
lF to TV rite her for advice. Sho has
Ctildcd thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. lMukhniu, Ljnn, Mass.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
'ilMin T-Vitorml Knom 'Phon IBS
MOTOR CYCLE CHALLENGE.
Win. Kldld chnllcilRes all motor
tycle rldtnt In tho Islands to a inco
for any dlstunco nt tho Honolulu Atli
letlc Park, and is willing to put up
$100 thnt lie can beat them. Tho rac
ing this evening should bo Intel ustlng,
AFTER JOB OF H0AD OVERSEER
(Continued from Faze I)
pal offices as to who will succeed In
getting the position.
Among thos'o who linvo appeared
ns applicants for tho place Is Chnr
llo Claik, and It Is understood that
ho hns already mndo formnl appli
cation for tbo Job, which will carry
with It n salary of ST, per dny.
It Is expelled, however, that tho
new overseer will bo J, 11. (lero, tlni
brother of tho rlty and county en
gineer, who Is ulsn well ciiulpped to
fill llll' thu duties, of supervising the
tonstriKtion of the now load.
As jet II'0 city and county engi
neer has not Riven any Intimation
of his selection, but tho appointment
coins to rest botweon Clark and
Local and Coast
& v Auto Doings
Tito bchumnn Gnr.igo reporls hav
ing sold the following machines dur
ing tho past few dajs: Two "I2,.I.
P." Studebakers to tho Volcano Sta
bles Co. at Illloj ono "i:. M. P."
Studebaker , to Manager Georgo
Chalmers of Walinamilo; ono Pord
touring enr to W. S, Craw; ono Kurd
Runabout to Merrill Johnston nml
it Locomobile to M. S. Italian.
Itcsolved, That an additional sum
of three hundred (S300.00) dollars
lie and the same is hereby appro
priated out of tho General I'umI, for
mttlutuiiniKo Walnianalo Iload Ills
triit, for tho pirlod ending Dtieiu
her Si, 1909.
Introduied by Supervisor
J. C. QUINN.
Dated September T, 1909.
The fotegolng resolution was, nt
icgiilnr meeting of tho Hoard of
Tho Khllils, trick lilcsclo ilders, nml
thu vvlro walker and ticrohtts, are still
to Iio seen nt Athletic Park.
Tho moving pictures, niiliil as tla
best In Hnuoliilii, mo malutalniiig; their
Tilings are vciy busy at tho ruiiiro
at piesvnt uud Mr. Schtiman Is Iti'pUHiiparhMini of tho City nml County
on the Jump all the time. i()f ,muuUi 1C, n Tuesday, Sep-
i tember T, 1909, passed to print on
the followiiiR vote of tho said Hoard:
All the aiitlimolille owners nro
getting busy now-a-dns iibout hav
ing tlia uumlK-r of their enrs painted
on the lamps. Soma are putting
tho unlabel h on tho small lamps and
others on tho larger onet, whilst u
fow nro showing tho necessary llg
tires on the side lumps.
A)cs; Cox, Logan, Qtilnn. Ti
Noes: Ahla, Tylett. Total: 2.
Absent and not voting: Knno.
MiCIellnn. Tolnl; 2.
I). KAI..MTOKA1.ANI, JIL.
Clerk, City ami County of Honolulu.
1109 -Sejit, 8, p, 10, 11. 13. '
TENDERS FOR WATER PIPE.
Prank Thompson and H. J Lout
took theli automohlles to Hawaii on j
tho Manila Ken jesterdav and in
tend putting them nt the disposal or lllds am reiiuested by tho Hoard
tho Coniiresslonal party during their of Supervisors of the County of
Mijimrn on tho big Island. I Kiinnl until 1 o'tlock p. m Oil. fi
j for ono thousand feet of eight-Inch
Ilnrry Murray of tho Associated well rasing, delivered f. o. b. wharf
CaniRp Is still in hopes, that his ut Wiiimcn.
shipment of Clialmers-Detiolt nml, Time of carllm delivery inu'st bo
u Hudson Twenty demonstrating stated, lllds must bo sealed In plain
lar will arilvo I'cfnio tho end of tho
The Weekly Edition it the Cvenlnv
Bulletin glvek a compte'e summary of
envelope and marked Tenders forj
Wnlnr Pipe mid addressed to Hoard
of Supep Isors, County of Kauai.
J. II. MOUAONK.
Coiinly Itoad Supervisor.
I !: Sept. S, 9, 10, 11, 11, ir..
1 B. R. House and lot, Alewa.S 500
1 3. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
,'u Valley 500
' R, House and lot, Auvvai
2 B. R, House and Lot, Kana
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
P. E. R. Strauch
m I We have an Expert Factory man, and
have just installed the most complete
Repair Department in the Islands.
si '-' i
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
Waity Bldg. 71 S. King St.
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