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BVENINO BUI.LIITIN, HONOLULb, T. II., THUUSDAY, MAn. 3, 1910.
BLACK' dress silks
EXTRA GOOD VALUES VERY LATEST WEAVES
SATIN FRANCAISE IUsh lust, to.'t and clingy. 23
inches wide , .S1.50 a yard
FAILLE DE SOIE Very rich and handsome, at....
BLACK 'CASHMERES1LK New,' 27 inches wide. . ..
.51,35 a yard
BLACK ARMURE SILK Excellent wearing..
' $1,50 a yard
BLACK MORIE ANTIQUE All silk
$2.25 a yard
BLACK PEAU DE SOIE SILK Yati wide,..
.$1.40 a yard
.BLACK DIRECTOIRE SILK Yard wide
$2.00 a yard
MONEYBAK TAFFETA Best silk made....
. . $1.15 and $1.35 a yard
BLACK TAFTETA SILK Yard wide . .
: $1.25 a yard
Corner Fort and Beretania
1128 FORT STREET
v .(Cents for the Hudson, Chalmers
Detroit, Kissel Kar, Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
Yourtaaohlne will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experirar nt on autos; we re?ii
Hamm - Young
.ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
"" AUTOMOBILE TOPS
That Will Fit and Wear
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
5 Telephone 5
C. H. BERN has his new 7-scatcd
auto ready for business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Corner Alakca and Hotel Street! .
-"The Best-Built Car in America"
BATTERIES FOR AUTOMOBILES
Union' Elcctrio Co.,
I. C. Carter, Proprietor
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
CURIO CO., '
STUPENDOUS FURNITURE SALE
FOLLOWING OUR USUAL CUSTOM, WE WILL HOLD OUR AN-
NUAL CLEARANCE SALE, COMMENCING MARCH 1ST TOMORROW.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS OF
FURNITURE WILL BE MARKED AT PRICES WHICH WILL MOVE THE
GOODS AT SIGHT. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES,' SHOW
ING OLD" AND CUT PRICES.
J. HOFP fc Co., 185 King St., Lcwers & Cooke Bid.
Streets Opposite Fire Station
For Post Cards
Oar new stock of
albums embraces those
bound in black seal
and burnt leather,
cloth and cardboard.
Full lino of sizes and
new shapes. ,
Preserve your pic
tures by putting them
in en album.
1059 Fort Street
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pull oft their six-mile run.. Tho race
will s'tuit In front of tho Hullo
1 1 n olllce, and will bo to tho Btoro
at Monuulua and back to tho start
ing 'point. Jackbon feels confident
'that tho distance will be cohered in
nl out 38 nilnutei.
ll.ij ca is lunnlng ery well at
picscut and ho will nuke Jackson
extend himself over tho six miles
FLUMBING INSPECTOR '
HAS BEEN ACTIVE
Plumbing Inspector Mlchlsteln has
submitted his report for work done
In his department for tho mouth of
Kebtuaiy, which shows thnt during
that period fift-four plans woio
tiled with tho plumbing Inspector's
o.'llce nnd llfty-four permit Issued.
Tho otllce passed upon forly-BlK fix
tures, nnd'" Inspected 179 Instnlla
llona. Sewer connections to the milli
on' of fifteen were accepted, and a
total of 111 inspections wcru made.
Tho receipts for tho month amount
ed to J10S. "
ROAD. TO CANNERY
MENACE TO SAFCTY.
James J, Howling, manager of thq
Caiibolldnlcil I'Ineapp'.o Company has
entered Igorous protest with the
board of city and comity supervisors
concerning tho condition of Mnngo
btrcet between Klluul Avcnuo nnd tho
bridge ucioss tho uuitli branch of Kau
koutihtii (Iiilch, In tho town slta of
According to Manager Howling tho
htghwii) Is a constant menneo to safe
ty of tiavtlrs either on "font or by
vthlclo. Tho loail Is declnicd as 1m
passablo for cither teams oi automo
PILES CURED IN C TO 14. DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Mado by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U.S. of A. .
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FLOODS ARE SWEEPING
SEATTLE, Mar. 2. Warm winds are melting tho snow In tho Cas
cades and causing tho worst floods that have been known In twenty
sears, Colfax Is now under Blx foot of water, and business In tho town
is entirely suspended. ,
' Kalfrnad tracks have been washed out, bridges have keen carried
nway, 'and whole towns have been Isolated. Telephone and telegraph
wires' nro down In many parts of tho State, and communication has
been entirely broken.
BIG STRIKE TO" COMMENCE FRIDAY.
PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 2. A general sympathetic strike of union
taboreis was declared tonight. Tho strike will become effecthe Friday
nt midnight. This strike will affect 125,000 workers, members of tho
Allied Trade Unions Tho result Is likely to bo serious.
The vote to stiilco wps taken last Sunday. It was agreed that the
Htrlkc should go Into effect unless tho street enr company should see fit
to recede from the stnnd which It has taken. "The company declined to
do so, and In consequence it was decided tonight that tho strike shall
go Into cllcct.
AVALANCHE VICTIMS GROW IN NUMBER.
UVUlinrT, Wash., Mar. 2. Tho list of dead In. tho train wreck
en u Bed ut the western entrance to tho Cascade tunnel, through an ava
lanche which carried .two trains to the bottom "of a precipice, may
reach elght-four. Seventeen bodies havo already been recovered from
beneath tho mountain of snow, but slxtj-sevcn passengers nnd train
men are still missing. Tho work of digging out the bodies Is being car
ried pn with all posslblo dispatch.
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TRAINS ARE STALLED. . '.
ODOEN, Mar, 2. A score of trains are stalled hero and hundreds
of passengers nro marooned, unable to proceed on their journcjs or to
turn back. Landslides havo coverod the railway tracks and In many
Instances roadbeds have been entirely obliterated.
OHIO FLOODS MAKE MANY HOMELESS.
CLEVELAND, Mar. 2. Four thousand persons are homeless as the
result or tho floods which are donstatlng the State of Ohio. The dam
uges up to date exceed SI, 000, 000, and thcro appears to bo no hopo of
LIBRARY BOARD IS
Elaborate Program Has
Been Arranged For
Tho president of the V, M. C. A,
Mr". It'.all. Trent,- has notified tho Lib
rarj Hoard that Hie Association would
like to have poubiscldn of ho pres
ent ifbrar) building May 1. It has not
Lecn definitely settled whether tho
present library building will bo sold
at public auction, or whether tho
Utilldlng committee of the Y. M. C. A.
will tear tho building down and util
ize tho bricks In connection with their
Tho summer term for bookkeeping
will commence on May 2, and will
contlnuo for thirteen weeks. John
Emerson, who has taught thestf classes
for tho past four jcars, will 'havo
charge of them again this J car. Thcso
Classen will bo hold on Monday and
Thursday of each week and will com
mence' at 7 p. m.
Tho Y. M. C. A. proposo starting
another chess tournament, when J. W.
White, tho champion of tho last tour
nament, will challenge the floldvSomo
night In tho near future will bo Bet
asldo far these games and all who
care to challenge Mr. White nro asked
to send In their names as soon as
An extciislvo program has been ar
ranged in connection with tho visit
to this city of Mr. John F. Mooro, In
ternational traveling secretary of tho
Y. M. C, A., vyho will arrlvo on tho
Mongolia duo hero March U. Somo
d tho addrcssos which Mr. Mooro will
deliver during his ten days stay In this
city, will bo at tho Central Union
church on tho morning March 20th;
at Tort linger on Wednesday, March
10, at the Honolulu Iron Works at noon
on Friday, March 18, at tho Car Darn
early on Sunday morning, March 20
ut tho big mcotlng at tho Y, M. C. A,
at 4 p. in. on Sunday, March 20, and
another nt tho Y, M. C. A. on Monday,
March 21 at 9 p.,4u. This latter ad
dress will ho given to the educational
classes. On Thursday, March 24, Mr.
Mooro will address the employees of
tho Catton, Nelll Co., at noon In tho
chops of tho Company,
Mr. Mooro Is accustomed to address
ing largo meetings and 1b nn excellent
Thero aio now R10 automobiles reg
istered at tho poltco station, and tho
list w(ll bo added to on tho arrival of
the Lurllno from tho Coast.
Regular meeting of Hawaiian Tribe
No. 1, I. O. It. M., nt 7:30 o'clock this
evening. Work In, thy Adoption Do
ITS UP TO QUINN
Its up (b Chairman Qtilnn of tho
city and county road committee to r'o
Imburso one James Cullen, who has
filed an nccount with tho city of Ho
nolulu for bed -and board during the
Investigation oljihe alleged misdeeds
nnd Irregularities of rood supervisor
It apiwars that Cullen was sent for
to testify In connection with tho charg
es made by Tom.Wutson. Cullen was
obliged to remafu In Honolulu and hu
states that heincurrcd an expense nc
count of S3 25. jTho county solont vot
ed to put the matter up to Qutnu.
City and county auditor Blcknell has
filed his annual report with tho super
visors which shows receipts and dis
bursements for 1309 and leaving a
cash balance of $73,373 52 at the end
of December. The total receipts dur
ing the year amounted to $558,351.90
which has becri offset by disburse
ments totalling S584.978 38,
City and county treasurer Richard
Trent also (fled his annual report
showing receipts amounting to $659,
445 CD with disbursements $586,019.13
leaving i balunco plus outstanding
warrants totalling $75,447.93
MOVE TO PREVENT
SAN FRANCISCO A joint commit
too of tho Sons and Daughters of tho
American Revolution baa decided to
tako action In presenting tho desecra
tion of tho flag by its uso for advertis
ing purposes. An effort will bo mado
to gain tho conBont of tho board of
education to havo tho laW relating to
tho desecration of the flag read In the
schools on legal holidays.
OUR COASTS AT MEECY
OF ANT HOSTILE POWER
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10, Ger
many could within two weeks land
100,000 men on the Atlantic sea
board and capturo any group of tho
elaborate I coast defenses guarding
tho Kaslern gateways to the United
States. Japan could turn the trick
on the Paclnc coast In three weeks,
and within ten days thereafter dou
ble her force of veterans and hold
tho peninsula on which San Fran
cisco Is situated.
This Is tho situation which is
alarming tho general staff of the
army, and before Chief of Staff J,
Franklin Hell leaves ofllco on April
15 a plan for reorganising the army
is expected' from his office. If the
plan Is adopted It will bo turnod over
to tho new chief of staff, Gen. Leon
ard Wood, for oxecutton.
What the genoral staff wants Ms
more Infantry and light artillery. In
tho event of war with a foreign na
tion the American Navy would have
to stand by to servo the land do
fenses for tho Army, thus leaving the
Insular possessions at the mercy of
tho fleets of a hostile power.
Tho police nro anxious to find the
owner of n natch and chain which at
present Is In tho hands of tho- receiv
ing clork at tho station. Tho watch
was fotind on Hotel street nnd the
owner should drop into tho pollco sta
tion and Identify his property.
Wo nil owe something to ourselves,
but It's (what o owo others that's
Somo men work themselves o den)h
kcplng up payments on" their llfo In
Furanco. Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
i hi im i iiiiMiiiiiiiimiiTiraffiintir.iiBiff
If lfaf BlfB
1V4 mr at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. latal
place for a ohioken ranch. 1
Also 2.4 acree unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Walty Bldg. 7 S. King St.
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King and Fort Streets
- High Class
Investments & Bonds
Seal Zitate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET N
XeaidenoM on Beretania Stares,
and other property.
THE OFFICE of the HONOLULU CONSTRUC
TION AND DRAYING CO., LTD., has been
moved from its former location to the large office
on QUEEN STREET, NEXT TO THE OFFICE .OF
THE INTER-ISLAND S. S. CO., and opposite the
Hardware Dept. of T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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TBTTTTwrni'imitimiiiiw i iim i in i r-iTorirmp"31"-' hmmi'wi .ximuntMwmuMK' s W)
0 enjoy; the distinction of being
correctly dressed in good style
is the keen desire of every
Clarion clothes pledge style
in its final expression. Every gar
ment unites, the best of material and
workmanship. If you would secure
the very utmost in style, tailoring
and wear that your money com
mands, come to us and learn to your
own satisfaction that they are the
best for the money.
Every suit guaranteed to wear
or your money back.
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An Electric Toaster Stove
rot CvoJcUf ., Paisrtr Ml light orn the Dining Table
COOKS MB. WILL AB TOASTS
' t U a'eooTenknt store for meeJa at odd hours, late inp
ixri, Sunday sight tea, or for the siok room.
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Now Showing Big Line of
Victoria and India Lawn
Sale Price, 7 l-2c upto 35c peryd
t. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
Electric Co., Ltd.
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