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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 08, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING I1UU.KTIN, IIONOUlI.t' T H , rill DAY, Arn. 8, 1910.
The Strongest nnd Most
Attractive Line uc have ever
MODERATE IN PEICE
STYLES THAT ARE WIN
NERS. Picked from the very Lat
est Models. Shown this sea
son byj Leading Factories of
ALL LEATHERS Kid. Gun
Metal, and Patent Colt.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0. Box 861 Telephone 931
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I ELECT MEMBERS
W. A. Doble Gives Fine
Address on Hydraulic
The Hawaii Engineering Assocln
tlim lie lit n very busy session last
etching nt tlio College of llnwull.
S:Voinl hew members were ndinlttcd,
after which tlio meeting was ad
dressed lis William A. Doble, M. A.
t?n (.' K , who took as hiB subject,
' II)iIiiiiiII Prnctlno In the West.'
The ihiilr was taken by Professor
I'olloultig arc the names of thoso
ailmllteil to membership last even
ing V tl Hours, associate mom
tier, II I. Kerr, .1. II. l.fRlitfool, W
A H.ill. V I.. Ilvllbioii, M II. lloRe
William A Doble Is all eminent
ciiRlneer nf San I'riinclsco, anil has
bleu In Hawaii for tlio past two
mouths makliiR a thorouRh, cxton
she examination of the Wjilrautlc
practise adopted and used hero on
the Inlands of Kauai, Oahu, Maul
ami Hawaii. He lias collected murti
lata ami many Interesting photo
cranliM of Mirlous Irrigation nrolects
here, ns well as tlio exceptionally I
lino collection lie has of California,
many of which lie exhibited last
llcfore introiliicliiR tho spenker ot
the eenliiR, Chairman doling still
ed that the finances were In such
good shape that tho unbound vol
umes of mining and cnglncerln,;
' Works the property of tho associa
tion would bo bound. The associa
tion has 130 members. Mr Prntt
moved that ns no paper had been Is
sued by the association during tho
p.ist quarter, the dues be refunded
for Hint period. In making this mo
tion, Mr l'rntt stated that many of
tho members on the other Islands
wcro dissatisfied nt not "having re
tched their paper, although they
, had paid their dues, and It as for
I their benefit that he had mndo the
motion. After u brief discussion.
tlio moiion was wiuuirawn. ,
The speaker of tho evening was I
then Introduced by I'rof. Young In
a few appropriate words. Mr. Doble
said: "I am sorry that 1 did not
Know earlier that I was to address
jou, fqr, had I known, I would have
It makes 2 Lbs. of Butter out of 1 Lb. of Butter
' Take 1 Lb. of Butter and 1 Pt. Milk, put into the Merger,
and in Two Minutes you will have 2 Pounds of Butter !
Call at the Fish Market on Saturday
i ...I.. i i i t i i i i . i
From 9.30 to 10.30 A.M., and from 2 to 3 P.M.
Arid see it make a Pure Butter at 5c per pound
and Take a Sample Home Free
brought some lantern slides with me
from San Francisco."
in Bpcaklng of water conservancy,
Mr Doble said: "In our high moun
tains of California we hac largo
snow fields which give us great ad
vantages Your run-off Is very rapid,
mit your rains arc more frequent;
therefore )ou will hnvo to mnho
adequate storage Water slorago Ir
more favorable hero than In Call
fornliu In California, especially In
tho arid and seml-arld regions, rl
parlan rights hae to bo combated.
and we aro compelled to make largo
roscnolrs above and below our
"In our cnrl work, Humes and
ditches wcro made, but now modern
works call for tunnels. Tho laigosti"' " "v""-') ?"" "" ,,.',',
tunnel for Irrigation purposes Is 22'S nccomiiloda o c..,,,rortnbly n I-
mites In length, on the' Kern Itlver. " " ""' ,n '" , """ w" "
controlled by the KdlM.il Electric t?'01 ,fc1'r' 'nSlgnmoiil of prod
Compttin. .These tunnels are cc- '' 'T "ayall.
"The Viiniomcr Power Works has
run a tunnel l.'.OUD feel long
thiough granite, nine feet in diam
eter. Welded stict pipe Is being
used nnd Is vcryjmi h inoro eiricleni'
I ...!.. 11. .. . ..I H.-l
In cnrolng cnpacltj at almost tho' ""'"" , "... i,i i
.. Vw -iLm.i n ti,v,,.,s''" rranclsco, the l.urlltio will load
iijiiic cost as riveted pipe, Tho 'Na
tlon.U Tube Compuii) of the United
States makes tubes up to 30 Inches
hi diameter. The Great Western
Compuh) has four lU,000-kllowntt
machines, nnd uso a stationary
nccdlo nozzlo with a Jet projector.
Tho nccdlo nozzlo Is a regulating
nozzlo designed to correct tho errors.
In streams. Although the bulb
wears, It mnlntalus Its original
form. The simplest forms of noz
zles use Jet dcllectors,
"At . 1 f.nnt f..l II... Int.
.. . i,i..,.,i i ii, ,!,...i., .in.lB,1,l,,llenl f nugar I'estlned fur San
were dcllcctcd to tho wheels, with' t, ,, ,, ,,
tho result that tho maejilnes work
In speaking of streams and evap
oration, Mr. Doble stated: "Streams
Miry during ctory 24 hours, owing
to hcay caporatlon In arid regions
and tho melting of snows."
Tho speaker then spoke of tnn
gctitlal wheels and draught tubes,
and exhibited somo magnificent pho
tographs Illustrating his subject.
DrntlCht tllllPM Oil tllllirnnttnl WtlCnlfl
........... .-. .... v.. -., t, ..... . uhj i.w d..,,,u uu,viu,iiiin,a jiviv ,ta
produce n vacuum for tho wheel to wc Me the Coast. Thcro Is am
rotato In, thereby reducing wind- pl0 storage capacity here"
age." Mr. Doble told how plpo llncuj closing, Mr. Doblo told of a
burst nt certain, distances from tho rourth of July water-cutting contest
plant, and how gpcri.orH are built, in tho California mountains; and
dlrectlj on top of nozzles; and howlrovcd how "impossible. It wns, even
to guard against surging In plpotwlth n sharp nx, to cut through n
lines by using rcllof valvcB. i column of wnlcr forced nt high prcie
Tho speaker said: "There Is nojguro ocr n wooden block. Ho stnt
such thing as wnter-ram, but n cd that he himself had stood upon
surge, which goes up nnd down tlio L column of water having a velocity
plpo lino nnd meets nt a mean of of 23,000 feet per mlnuto as easily
the length of 'the plpo lino nnd.ns If he wero standing on a reolv
causes a ruptuie. The largest tan- Ing shaft of steel.
- i - m. . .
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HAWAII PRODUCTS; '
These For San Francisco
Tho MalMin Navigation steamer
l.urjlnu Is lo sail from Honolulu for
San l'rnnelsco on Tuesday evening
n ...,... ..111. t.-.. ...1.1
The, I.urllno left last evening for
Kahulul, and whllo at tho Maul port
will dlschaige about eight hundred
tons of cargo The csscl Is ex
pected to return to Honolulu on
Sill. day oenlng
He fore casting her lines off for
fifteen hundred tons of refined bur
ur, about live thousand tons of rnw
sugar, D000 cjscs of crnned pine
apples, 2000 bunches bananas, and n
small quantltj of sundries. i
Tho vessel, may tuko on n limited
shipment of rice. I
Tho I.urllno will lenvo hero not
crowded, but w Ith each stateroom oc-
Tho Matron steamer llllonlan,
now at Port Allen, will proceed to
Kahulul and there tako on a full
a tt tt st :: :: :: :: t: n :: u :: :t :t
gentlal wheel Is that nt tho Van
couver Power. Company, which Is
10, GOO horsepower. The develop
ment of tho auxiliary relief has
meant more saving In water power.
"Tlero has alwajs been a conflict
between ttirbbio and tangcntlal
wheel niqnufarturers, as to which Is
tho best machine. Tangential whcols
hold very Hat curve!). I expect to
UM Iia un.,n InVAlnnmnnla tincn na
rranclsco. According ttJ advices ro,
eclved at the ofllce of Castle
Cooke, thet-c will be six or eight
parscngcrs to embark nt the Maul
port for tho Coast, Tho llllonlnn
will not return to Honolulu, but la
scheduled to sail from Kahulul 'II
rect to tho Ooltlen Clato port on
WHO SAVED THE
SCHOONER TURNER I
(Continued from Pace 1)
to a 'plnco of safety behind tho Ka-
lliilul breakwater. j
Tho consignment of til' rates
iirougni rrom souin America is now
going out of tho vossel. It is ex
pected Hint tho Turner will be ready
for her trip to Honolulu within n
week or ten dn)B.
The csscl has lost her shoe an I
nlso her rudder, and it Is under
stood that other iliiningo liar been
doiio her bottom through contact
wllh tho reef.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April i, 1010.
From 10:30 n. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Wnlakaalal and list) to Mrs Kc-
oahu Kclllnul I)
Oahu College by Irs to Minnie
i: Chtpmnn D
Mlnnlo i: Chlpman to Trs of
Oahu Collego M
I.ol Koon Chan and wf to Mary
N Slmcrson t . M
Samuel Parker by atty to T J
l'ltzpatrlck -? Ilcl
J Ii Schnnck mid wf to William
K Slmcrson D
Stephen Mahnulu and wf to
William K Slmerson D
Kcknlkulhala Muhautu and hsb
to William K Slmerson . .... 1)
J Alfred Magoon to J 8 lUllcy..llcl
1'ranU S Dodgo and wf to lllshop
Trust Co Ltd D
Lnnlnna A Mackcnz'lo and hsb to
HlBhop Trust Co Ltd M
Entered for Record April 8, 1010.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
II M Lawwin c( al to Lawrence
J i:kberg CM
Hnrrlctto I, Ilrock nnd hsb to C
Law rence Ilrock M
C Lnwicncc Ilrock to Lugcno L
Uugciie L Ilrock to Mary M
ITCH REUJEVED AT ONCE.
That tnrrlblo Itch disappears with
tho PinST DHOP8 of D. D. D. P.e
scrlptlnn. It kills 041. skin dlnise
germs instantly. A sod ting, henllus
lotion, u-ed externally .inly. Unno
lulu Drug Co . Fort street.
No Home Should Be Without It
Begins on Monday Morning Next,
Remnants of White, Fancy and
I02S Nmmnn St
1139 Fort Street. - Honolulu
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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