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Tomorrow (Friday Morning),
at 8 o'clock
There it jure to be a crand rush, so be on hand early
to secure the choice pieces. .
This is a rare opportunity for you to Ret twice the
value -of your money; not an every-day occurrence.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Qt)OsitcFirc-Station-
It you have any troYble
with deafness, no matter
of how long standing,
Brown & Lyon
With Hawaiian News Co.
Alex. Younfc Buildinpj.
MISS DALY, $7,000,000 HEIRESS, SOON
TO BE BRIDE OF HUNGARIAN COUNT
Bgr "(Pit "JibW
i Twit 'm'
NEW YOniC. March 21. Not less
than $7,000,0,00 Is tho Kunornlly uc
eopted estimate of the umoiint of tho
foituno of Miss Hnrriot Daly nf this
city, daughter of the late Marcus
Daly, the "mining kliiR" of Moil
tana and New York, who U to bo
murrled to Count Anton SlKruy of
llungury here on March 29. MIbs
Daly U known In New .York society
ported complexion. Count Slfirny
Is an Intimate friend of Count Szo
chenyl, who wns married to Mlsh
Gindyg viinde.ibllt two yeuru ago.
He acted as heat man at the Van-darbilt-Szechenyl
wedding. It wns
INDIANAPOLIS, Mar, 31. The coal strike has assumed far larger
proportions than was anticipated, and promises to he the greatest con
flict of the kind In the Jilstory of the country. Instead of a hundred
and fifty thousand strikers, there are three hundred thousand, who
went out jestcrday, completely tying up tho bituminous coal industry
of the country. Tnls Is the greatest number of trlkers that ever act
ed In concert In a single Industry,
In its effect on the coal industry, the strike far exceeds the great
Pennsylvania coal strike of 1902, which wns brought to a settlement by
practically enforced arbitration by President Roosevelt. Ily calling out
H 7,000 men at that time, President John Mitchell of tho Mine Work
ers' Union paralyzed the coal business to such an extent that the Pres
ident mmle strenuous Interference nnd put nn end to the contest. To
day, In several States, the bituminous coal workers' organization call
ed out Its 300,000 laborers, and a very serious situation will develop at
DEMAND HIGHER WAGES.
LOUISVILI.i;, Mar. 31. Three factories went on strike today. Th
thousand workers In local tobnecoa factories aro practically, tied up
by tho strike.
NEW YORK, Mar. 31, A Btrllke of masters nnd pilots of tugboats
was started today. Over three hundred captains and pilots quit their
Jobs, demanding nn Incrcnso of wages. Scorcs'of tugs arc laid up as n
consequence of the strike, nnd gre.it dlfllculty Is being experienced in
MARIE C0RELLI SERIOUSLY ILL. ,
LONDON, Mar. 31. Marie Co rclll, tho famous .novelist, Is serious-
. ly in wun pneummun. ,
PRINCE IWAKURA IS DEAD.
TOKIO, Mar. 31, Prlnco Iwakura, a member of the Imperial house
hold. Is dead.
Major Winslow And W. 0.
Smith Jfcply To Sand
Tho business of the Promotion
Committee's meeting yesterday nft
rrnoon consisted chiefly In ifjscuss
Ing letters received from various'
sources. After tiio minutes of thoi
previous meeting had beon read by.
'cting Secretnry Cooper, W, II.
lloogs moved, and Norman Watklns
seconded, that It. II. Trent bo up
lolntcd u committee of one to de
cide as to who Is entitled to the re
ward of $25 which the Promotion
Committee has offered for the best
cttch-phrae suggested by Dr. Se
tt no E. Illsu.p's "Paradise of the
Pacific," s'nl to which a great many
people have submitted 'phrases.
At the previous meeting of tho
Promotion Committee, Messrs. Mar
ston Campbell, Alexander Young and
n. MnpfllrlntlA tfnvA tholi nnlnlntia
In regard (o the removal of coral at
Wnlklkl Ileach, and pointed out thI
damage that was being caused by'
persons removing sand from this re
sort, to the detriment of the beach,1
nnd to,. tho bathing In partlcular.
Mr. Campbell suggested thai a let-:
ter bo written to Major Winslow I
H nd also to W. O. Smith, treasurer
of the I.llluokalujil Trust, In refer-!
ence to this mutter. The replies to
theso letters were read before tho.
members of the Promotion Commit-:
MuJ. Wlnslow'g reply was lengthy (
mid contained Ave reason which i
proved that tho coral at Wuiklki was'
exposed before the dredger opera-
tlons begun, , MuJ, Winslow stated
Hint tho removal .of material by the'
dredge did not begin until tho last
day of December. During the'
months of November and December
tho dredge did. Indeed, do some
work, but it was merely cuttlnc n
channel for Itself by removing mil-1
teilul from In front of its how and
depositing biiiuo nt Kb stern.
Tho erosion of tho beach In front
of tho Mounu and Seasldo hotels was!
uotlceablo in tho early part of tho
summer of lust year, nnd has con
tinued slme. This was long before,
Ihe dredge begun to work. The nor
mal littoral current in front of Wol
klkl Udach Is from eaBt to west, tho
movement of material being usually
In that direction. Consequently, any !
effect upon the beach due to the
V4 acres at Kalihl Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. local
place for a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. Kine St.
dredgo could bo shown only on tho
beach to the west of the location 01
tho dredging. Tho site of 'the ero
sion is a half-mile eastward from
I tho dredging, and between the two
Is n long section. ot beach which has
been growing Instead of being cut
"or tho above reasons, I think It
Is clear that the damage to mo hold
beaches, which I deploie as much as
anyone else, has not been caused, di
rectly or Indirectly, by the removal
of material to fill the mosqullo-laden
ponds In rear of tho army post,
'As Is well known, all sea beaches
ure subject to fluctuations, cutting
nwny at ono time and place, and fill-,
Ing up at another time nnd place.
and It Is frequently very difljcult to I
determine tho cause of tho cutting'
uwuy of any ono part of the beach
nt any particular time.
Tlie work now going on nt Wal
klkl Is under a contract, and can
not be stopped until the completion
of the contract, .which still hag u
few months to runl However, It Is
my opinion that after- the comple
tion of the preBenl'contrnct It Is Im
probable that another attempt will
be mado to obtain material from the
ocenn, on account of tho expense of
Mr. McLean, chnlrmnn of the Pro
motion Committee, thought thnt
Major Winslow had made a mistake
in jumping nt the conclusion that
the Promotion Committee thought
the dredger wus responsible for the
beach being ruined, whereas no such
Implication had been made. Mr.
Hush thought that Major Wlnslow's
letter wns most courteous and Mat
ultbotigh It was not exactly the re
ply that the Promotion Committee
hud expected, yet he 'thought that It
should he acknowledged with due
thanks and thut a second letter be
written to Major Winslow asking It
the government could not haul Its
sand for construction work from
some other spot thai) Walklkl Ileach.
Tho reply from W. O. Smith,
ticusurer of the I.llluokalanl Trust,
was then read. Mr. Smith stilted
thut shortly ufter the trustees of
this cstalo had been appointed In
December Inst, Instructions were
given to forbid the removal of uny
moio sniul from hu beach at Wal
klkl uloug the property hold by
thorn, mid no mora sand has been
removed slnca that time. Mr. Smith
stated that the trustees are opposed
to the removal of uny such sand In
uny considerable quantities.
Acting Secretary Cooper state t
that tho Promotion Committee wus
almost out of tho folders entitled, I
"Hawaii, Map uud Guide," mid'
would requlie ut least 10,000 more.'
Mr. Ilufch moed and Mr. lloogs cec-S
ouded that tenders bo made for bids
A letter was read from J. Arroll,
assistant manager of the Hotel
Manx, San Krunelsco, asking if thu
Promotion Committee would guaran
tco him 100 u month during his
four months' tour off the States for
boostlng Hawaii, If this' sum win
forthcoming, howould register nt
tho various hotels as coming from
Hawaii nnd give Interviews to tho
various newspaper men In tho differ
ent cities visited. A similar propo
sition has been made to tho manage
ment of tho Pleasanton,
As Mrs. Hendleo Is In Seattle do
ing promotion work for Hawaii, nii'l,1
as Hecreiary Wood Is also on tho
mainland boostlug Hawaii, it wus
(Continued on Pace 4)
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tliero that h"u first met Miss Duly.
Blgrny Is n member of one of the
oldest niuf wealthiest of Hungarian
families, ami It In Klilil Ihut Mm rr.
for her beauty nn less than for her tunc Is at leant oqual 4 that nf his'
wonlth, Slio la n bruuotto( wlu. nlnncco, ,
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Real Estate Agent
137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Bcrctania Street
and other property.
t n. uuJuthTi'i.
Com'r. of Deeds for California nut
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC
Grant Marriage Licenses j Drawi
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Bale
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HONOLULU; PHONE 310,
Hundreds of Thousands Have Perished
In Various Eruptions Records
Date Back to D, C. A Number
Since Not Recorded.
Thu following tub'u shun Ing thu fa
talities resultant from some of tho
world's most scrlouj c,irthiuiikes Iiub
been compiled by n Sun Krunelsco pa
per. It will lo noted that tho Hawaiian
Islands arc mentioned but onco as tho
seat of a disastrous earthquake. This
wus In J8S0 when Mnuuii Uia broku
lot ih :
II. C. PI.ACD. Itlus.
31 Judca, Astatic Turkey... ltf.000
ill Herculenuuiim and Pom
pell .' 2,00'J
52(1 Antlnch, Asiatic Tuiki'y.250t)jU
557 Constantinople I.uoo
5S7 Antloch, Asiatic Turkey. 3U.00U
1137 Catenln, 1st. of Sicily.
115S Syria, Asiatic Turkey... 20OUO
1GU2 Jamaica. West Indies. (Thous
ands). 172G Palermo, Sicily 6,000
1731 Canton, China 10J),000
1755 Lisbon, Poitugal fiu.OOO
1755 Knehun, Purslii IU.U0U
17K7 Martinique, West Indies. Ill in
1722 Java. K.ibt Indies.. lThiin.niiilni
1SH Albany olcano, Philip
pines 1 200
1S22 Alej. Asiatic Turkey
1830 Clinton China G.OOO
1833 Martinique (wilrano) ... 700
1851 Slmomln & Osaka, Jap.
185B 8alr, liast Indies 7.000
IboT Calabria, Italy 10,000
1857 Kort Tojon. Cnl j
ISUI Mendoza, Argentina 12,1100
1863 Manila, Philippines 1,000
1868-(Oct. 21). San Kran. Cul 12
1872 Mor. 20 Inyo Co'nty, Cnl.
1880 Manna 1ta, Hawaiian Is 7n
ISSOManlln, Phllllpplnes Is. .. 320
1883 Krnkatoa. Knit Imlli-n a nun
1883 Ischla, Italy 2000
1880 Charleston. 8. C. . , , 'ic
1888 Ilandasnn volcano, Japan 7D
1831 Hondo. Jnnan 7nnn
18! I Venezuela j',000
la unrisimus, sun Jaclntho,
1902 Feb., Shamnka, Husslu.. 2,000
1902 Apr., Qucsultfiiango, Oiia. 600
1902 .May, Mnrtlnlqiiu. West In CO 000
Approxlmnto total lives Inst. 715,000
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