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" BVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDVT, MAY .27. 1910.
Big Cuts In Fancy Silks and Silk
. Dress Patterns
SALE BEGINS WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1SX
SHEPHERD CHECK 10 inches wide; Brown and
White; BOo. a yard. Sale pric ,60c. a yard
DRESS PATTERNS In Brown, Nav, Champagne,
Green and Grey; 10 inches wide; 10 yards to pat
tern; $1 a yard. Sale price .80o. d yard
SATIN FOULARD 24 inche. wide; Navy with White
Dot, White with Black Dot; $1 a yard. Sale
price i 65c. a yard
STRIPED MESSAIINE 27 inches wide; Lavender and
Grey;, $1.25 a yard. Sale price OSc. a yard
STRIPED MESSAIINE 27 inches wide; Brown and
Navy; $1.60 a yard. Sale price ?1.20 a yard
BROCADE 24 inches wide; Navy and Plum; $2 a
yard. Sale price $1.60 a yard
SHEPHERD CHECK FOULARD 10 inches wide; Navy
and White; $1.25 a yard. Sale price OSc. a yard
LAVENDER SATIN FOULARD 22 inches wide;
$1.25 a yard. Sale price , 75c. a yard
SATIN FOULARDS AND MESSALINE DRESS PAT
TERNS Brown, Navy, Grey, Green, Lavender,
Old Rose; $1.25 a yard. Sale price $ Ji yard
SACHS' DRYGOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
"'A, F --Pf - - -:v HJEjfcM ,
$ -if " . mags& ty.
1, 1 1-2, 2 or
Office and Garage South
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the -alleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles. The prices are moderate.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP.-Fort below King
Frances Morrison, Manager
Lemon and Vanilla
' Are Unequalled for
Pastry, Cakes, Ices,, etc.
Sold by All Grocers
LITII 1 I llflllULU
fhere is nothing doing along the
jllne of poaching or bird hunting on
Lai-san, Lyslansky or Nekar Islands.,
- according to tho report brought to
?the port this morning by tho om.
cera or mo unneu duuct reiouu
Tho vessol sailed from Honolulu
( on-May 19. She arrived nt the blrd
.Islands to the westward and, despite
((rough .weather, effected u landing at
. several of the lonely Islets,
j. Neither Japanese nor the slgnB-df.
'recent depredations among the biros.
The Thetis Is back at her moor
lugs lu (he harbor.
It Is apparent that tho Japanese
schoouer which, it waa understood,
.would be dispatched from Toklo or
Yokohama to visit the bird islands
and relieve llu poacherx nnd huiit-
or left on lvsau ami Kyxlnuslty
3 Ton Truck '
WAGON CO., Agts
Street, Near King
I' lands, was warned In time of the
activity displayed by the United
'States Government. Such n vessel
has never been sighted by tho The-
lis office on the several trips to tho
i Memorial Day Parade Line of March.
Start at O'u. in. shafp from Drill
Shed (Miller street), .night resting
on Uoretanla from Mlllor street and
nerotnnla to Alakoa, down Alakoa to
kis B(rCet, up King to Fort street,
()Ut port t0 school strcej, out School
n Nuuaiiu street, tip Nutianti to cenie-
Nuuanu street to School, out School
to Fort, down Fort to Vlnoyard, Vino
yard to Emma. Pass In rovow at the
corner of Emma nnd Ilerotanla,
EDCK(r S. BARRY.
A nuin may lio n )iuwi-r In llnniirlal
U-crclos und still bo on the sauaro,
SAILORS SflLL ALIVE
I CALAIS, France, May 26. sunkli., thirty 'fathoms of 'water, with
nor crow alive wthln her hull, signalling tq rescuers, the' .French sub
marine PIuvolso lies In the English Channel, while frantic efforts are
being' made by wreckers to raise her
within her tile of suffocation. ' '
Tho' IMuvolso was maneuverlg In the channel early this morning
with her full crew of thirty men aboard, when she was struck by tho
French steamer Pas de Calais, bound for Dover. She was partially sub
merged' at the time of collision, tho steamer striking her fairly amid
ships before she had been nicked up by the lookout.
Special despatches to the london Times say that wrockcrs have
chains 'attached to her and nro trying desperately to ralso her. Tho
divers wjio went down to attach tho chains report that they wero nbto
to hear the rapplngs of tho members of the crew on tho Inside, of tho
hull as they worked. Tho divers rapped back In' order to let the Im-.
prisoned men know that everything was being done for their rescue
that was possible,
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SWANHILDA IS WRECKED; CREW DROWNED.
PUNTA ARENAS, May EG. Tho news has Just reached, here of the
loss of tho llrltlsh bark Swanhllda, wreckedon tho coast of Terra del
Fucgo. Captain Pyne, his wlfo ami thirteen members of the crew
wero drowned when the bark went to pieces on tho rocks.
The Swanhllda was tho ship which brought MurUerer Iluller from
Australia to San Francisco about twenty-h'vo years ago. llfillor .would
entice young Englishmen, Interested In farming, out Into tiro country
and murder them for meir money, no snipped as ono oi me crow on
the Swnnhllda while the Australian authorities' wero pressing him. The
captain .of the Swanhllda became nwnro of tho fact that ho had tho mur
derer among his crew, but mane no
(Jolden Gate. Ho then signaled for
ill unawares. Ho was hanged In San
WHEAT JAMMERS PINCHED.
CHICAGO, May 26. James an
market today by unloading eight m
after which thoy announced their w
been attempting the corner. Unde
broke four nnd n half points nnd M
James Patten's losses In the nt
bctwocn' six hundred nnd forty thou
TAFT TO PAY HIS-FARE.
WASHINGTON, May au. i ne
prlatcd by the last Congress to pay
ident for the year will not be avallahlo
ing expenses contracted by the President before that date must bo paid
from his own pocket. i
QUINN TELLS OF
Money Alone Will Do
Much For City
"(live us money and we will soon
show you some Una city streets and
country Highways," declared Chairman
ijulnn' of tho City and County road
1 bonrd at last night's gathering of mu
"There's a million dollars worth ,o
work incorporated In tlidt stack of pe
titions now before thin board, calling
for .new roads or tho Antshlng up of
half completed thoroughfares.
"Wo simply haven't got the money
to cover all sections of tho city and
county. Somo of these petitioners
will have to-walt.
Qtilnn, Aylctt and Kane got their
heads together the other day In oxecu
tlve .session. Ileforo adjournment as
mem'borti of tho roud committee thoy
evolved tliu following schedule, of work
on Island roads for tho month of June,
Repair ,tho road opposite tho old
brick yard up Ntiuanu, loading In, bm
what Is known on Schnack Tract, also
to finish what work there Is on Koku
Head Avenue, which Is very llttlo;
also rcmovo a few rock, nnd straighten
the road on Eloventh uvcnuo, below
Mrs. Uartlctt's residence.
Commence- work on ,Palolo Valley,
whore work was left out some time
ago, also 'Kalauokalanl Lano be re
paired at once. This can be dono with
a very umall cast, as all It requires is
waste or loose dirt for filling.
Contlnuo work In Kallhl camp
same aa present month.
Contlnuo work In Kaplolanl Tract.
Continue tstreet oiling the same as tho
Ewa district Continue work In Kl
papa Gulch. '
Walalua District Contlnuo -work
tho Kame as tho, present month.
, Koolauloa District Contlnuo to-
word Hauula, tho samo as tho present
Koolaupoko District Continue grad
lug toward Hecla-koa beach.
Wo would recommend that rock
crusher bo shut down In Juno, that no
macadam be nprend and that all Ihw
work bo ptt on tho, grading towards1
Tho chaBo after Oracq that' occupied
the tlmo of the, sheriff and his assist
ants yesterday afternoon, resulted. In
nothing. Tho tip that tho negro was
around the ICdllhl district appeared to
bo straight enough, but there was
nothing doing when tho posse arrived
on tho scene.
Tickets for the grandstand uud re
served center section of tho grounds
for Monday next are now on salo Ht
tho llnnlno theater, Tho fifteen miles
raoo Ib oxportod Id draw n big crowd
of holiday, makers,
to tlio surface before the men
sign till no arrived uisiuo me
tho police, nnd llutler wns tnkon
Quentln for his Australian
il George Fatten broke the wheat
llllon bushels 'of 'September wheat,
Ithdrawal from the firm 1hot has
r heavy selling, September wheat
ay deliveries declined flvo cents,
tempt to cornefNnre estimated to bo
sand and ono million two hundred
twenty nvo tnousanu noiiars appro-,
tho traveling expenses of the Pres
before July 1- next. Any travel
Watson Charges Wiped
J, K. Paele, road s'npervlsor for Koo
lnuimko district, may be lax In tho
keeping of his accounts but ho In de
clared an honest man by a majority
report from tho city and county road
committee. The t'om Watson charges
against Paele havo been' rolcgated to
Inocuous Umbo by an action taken by
the Hoard of Supervisors at a meeting
hd last evening.
Qulnn, Aylett and Kano had the' in
vestlgatton of Paelo In hand. Their
"In" regard to Paelo matter tho Road
Overseer of Koolaupoko district
charge being made against tho said
road overseer by Mr. Watson, which
was referred to your commltteo on
Roads, Bridges, Uarbago, Parks and
Public Improvements', after Investigat
ing same, holding threo meetings, get
ting evidence from all sides, Mr. Wat
son claims that tho City nnd County
owes him I7.G0 for work performed as
a carpenter. Mr, Paelo claimed that
ho does not owe that amount. Mr.
Paelo claiming that ho overpaid him
one month, and deducted that amount
the noxt month; but as tho method of
keeping tho tlmo was not tho way It
should be kept, wo have Mr. Pauley
wnru against Mr. Watson's. Wo would
recommend that Mr. Watson be paid
$7.50 out of the Koolauiwko Road
Fund. Charges of dishonesty havo
been mado against Mr. Paele, wo find
that Mr, Paele Is thoroughly honest.
Tho only .thing wo can Bay Is, thai
ho Is very careless lu his business
matters. He Is also chaturi with ord
ering a luna to sign a pay-roll for th
men. We find that thW wns dono In
ono Instance. Mr. Huleakala r.lgucd
tho pay-roll for Mr. Wntson, which
amounted to M.BO, but Mr. Watson re
ceived tho amount, Mr. Paele claimed
that bo did not authorlto'Haloakala to
sign the pay-roll. Wo bellovo that
signing pay-rolls has been practiced
in the country more or less.
Wo' recommend that this p-ac'tco bo
stopped, as It la a criminal act, and
liable' to pit tho on'o,,whoi'Bign'' Ihe
imy-roll t.or nnothor wlthpytilHugduly
authorized to do so In writing, ihey
lay themselves liable to be p.-oior.uto-l
for forgory. i
In this Instance there' was no harm
done by Mr. Paole or Mr, Haloaknla,
They seem to bo Ignorant of tne law
and tho consonances of such mutters
An III wind often tukes our breath
Wall 8treet never' tempera the
wind to the shorn latub.
The heuvler the trouble the hard
er It Is to drown-it (n.drliu.
If you aro'-fee'llng'blue' go to Bee
n ball nnmo and Im r,a( you nro
Fjfcv Uy,TshL? jj jHfcBSKafcrf
FROM DjAMOND HEAD
All of tho points of fortification on
tho Island of Oabu nro to bo connected
by electric communication and con
trol, and from a certain point on Dia
mond Ifead directions can bo given to
This work has been going oo for)
romo tlmo and' Is practically, finished ,
at tho present time . Thosystem Is
most elaborate and complotp. I
Still, to nn outsiders view the Is-J
land Is not In a BhapQ,to mnko any
great showing lu tho way. of standing
off Invaders.'' It Is stated that four
of tho big mortars at the baso of Dia
mond Ifcad are out of commission and
havo been so ever slnco the test of
them was mado last your.
Tho work of establishing defenses
at Fort Armstrong Is progressing sat
isfactorily and a number of 1 2-Inch
guns havo been .placed at' Fort Kame
hamelia, Pearl. Harbor, but ,aro not
quite ready for the firing test.
OFFICER OLSEN IS EXONERATED.
Special PoTlfje Officer Olson, now,
connected wUhChfef of Detective Mc
Dufflo's staff,. bus beerf, oxhoniirutud
by the Police Comnilttcii of' the Hoard
of Suporvlsorji.v .
Ono "Joo Vjclra'' Bomo weeks ago
wroto a letter tolayor Forn In which
serious charges' wero made against O,
fleer Olson. Tho missive was read and
turned over to the Police Commltteo,
who took tho matter up with Sheriff
Jarrett. Every osslblo effort was
mado to get u lino on the Informant
"Vlclra." DcBplto requests that tho
person making complaint appear bo.
foro tho Sheriff and substantiate his
charges, no such Individual could bo
In the absenco of direct and fnller
testimony from tho writer of tho nnon.
ymous communication, the Police Coin'
mittee'eame to the conclusion that tho
letter was Inspired through Bplto or
rovengo and this particular chargo
ngalnst Olbcn has been withdrawn.
Superintendent of Public Worki
Marston Campbell generally succeeds
in sending a Jollying letter Into tho
supervisorial camp at each regular
meeting. Last evening' a Campboll
osqtie communication was received
which Informed' Uio city daila, that tin
head-of the' Publlc-WorkB Department
liad acquired 'tho necessary property
for tho enlargement of the 'Central
Qrammnr school yard, situated on
Vineyard between Fort and Emma
"Qulnn snorted. Logan lit' n fresh
cigar, Aylett mado a descent upon tho
water cooler and tho letter was ord
ered laid on the tablo,
Our families never offer a reward
for our return when we ure carried
uway. b Success-.
Legions of glldbd 'fools have hitch
ed their wngon In a Blur mid phe
has run nwny with uinuy of them.
THE grace and good form of
will impress .you at a glance, but
it takes wear to demonstrate
their real worth.
owe their surpassing distinction,
grace and finish to the fact that
they are made by the highest
talented designers and tailors
available, and in their own pro
perly equipped work rooms. We
carry a full line of Benjamin
Clothes in prices from $20
I RFCRFATMNS '
H iiuuiiuiuiuiiu M
COHEN'S NEW COMPANY.
Nicola, tho famous American mncl
clan and illusionist, will bo .seen hero
In tho very near future. This Is sulci
to' be a tlrst-class magical and, variety
entertainment. Nicola carries with
him a large amount of. paraphornalta,
consisting of somo new and original
Illusions, and wonderful magical feats,
many of which nro new. Nicola,'
challenge handcuff sensation, In which
tho police nnd citizens of this locality
ara Invited to bring handcuffs, shack
les, ropes, boxes and trunks to jthe
theater. In which Nicola will nllow
himself to bo placed In any manner
that will not endanger his life, and In-
less tlmo than It takes to make him
n prisoner, ho will freo himself. Noth
ing on earth has as yet been found
that can hold him a prisoner. Ocorgo
Nadolny, an eccentric Juggler, will
present his spectacular Juggling cre
ation. Tho Whipple Sisters aro dainty
singing and dancing artists. Marguer
ite Sutton, a psychic marvel, will pre
sent an act. "Dobskl" Is said to bo
tho king of all laugh provokers, Tak
lug' the entertainment n n whole. It
promises much. This company Ih on
Its way to tho Orient and Honolulu Is
fortunate In getting tho opportunity
to seo It.
Somo very high class banjo music
was given last evening (it the Novelty
Theater by Mcurath nnd Page, Any
lover of good banjo music should not
fall to hear theso artists, Their rou
dltlon of the "Mlscrcro" and tho South
ern melodies nro played In two entire
ly different methods and U u revela
tion to those who think tho banjo ts
only an instrument of accompaniment.
Mayo and Rowo, comedy sketch art
ists, nro still making tho usual hit.
These people aro' artists of unusual
ability and never fall to pleaso tho
most critical audience. Tonight, by
special request, they will present "Kit
ty'B U-tter," They always get the
POoplo. talking with 'this sketch. Como
and sco It.
Jo nn nudlcnca crowded to tho
doors, tho Ibsons oponod at thq Park
Theater last night. With no rcservn'
Hon it Is one of. tho most pleasing
niuslrnl acts over (seen hero. Thu
clarionet solo of ono of tho young
Indies, with violin and flute ohllgato,
Ib a gem. Their banjo act la very well
done and tho xylophemo solo Waa en
thuslastlcully encored. Tho costumes
worn by tho young ladles aro very
pretty and tho general tone of tho act
Is of a very high grade. Tho now
serto comlo mado a great ti It and Wall
uer repeated his former successes.
Viva McNeil, now q resident of Ho
nolulu, gave a oouplo of clever turns
lit tho Kiuplrn lust night, Hlin linn n
swoot votco and thoru Ib nothing lack-
WORK AHEAD FOR
RAPID TRANSIT vi
The napld Trnnslt Company 18' tnak-
lug great preparations for oxtenslvo
Improvements in tho future,
Tho now car barn, wnlch Is being
erected on tho company property,- Just
Wnlklki of tho present car barn nnd
extending from Young street to Her
etanla avenue. Is to bo used fr tho
storing of extra cars used on ipeclal
occasions and holidays.
At a number of terminals and Inter
medlato stations tho company . will
erect shelter stations, permission hav
ing been obtained to do so from tho
The Pearl Harbor extension Is In ,
abeyanco till word has been rccetvfd
from Washington regarding tho right-of-way
across thu roFcrvatliui, Thero
seems to bo no reason why tho right
should not be granted.
The, sidings on King street cast of ,
Fort aro to bo lengthened so ns In al
low tho passing of several earn at ono
THAT TREACHEROUS S
ROAD TO IWILEI.'.y
Tho road lo Iwllel has been placed s0
In tho limelight and Is a subject for '
considerable ventilation at tho bauds i
of tho city and county fathers. w
Tim mn.t ,,. turlli.l M.I1II1. nnnuillhl.
Inc and modest, la likewise ncrverso
and twisting In Its mcaiidcrluga. .
Furthermore, the fume,l highway, ..
celebrated In verso nnd proso. nnd V
subject to much prayer and thought
by tho righteous minded of Honolulu, ','
must bear other' burdens of ryuroach.
Now cornea the management o( tho .
Honolulu Packing Computiy, tho Ha
waiian PJnoappte Company, tho Amer
ican Can Company nnd tho Hawaiian
Fcrtlllier Company, who In n scries of .
petitions to, Mayor Joeph J, Fcru'do-
claro ser,illy and collectively that
the rond is ''a serious menace to the
safe and satisfactory conduct of their
business. Tho thoroughfare Is pro
nounced as unsafe for heavy trafUc.
It Is fu'l of holes let alone physical
pitfalls. Tho companies whoso estab-
iishmenta JUio Iwllel road pray for a. V
fill repairs bq mado at once. It 'a up
to tho road commltteo nnd that body
will probably toko Immedlato action.
MORE PIUKIA FROM KALIHI,
Vnltkl AuManlu a till ilfltnni fill
good roads, Solomon Mahelona, eco- "fta
rptnrv if lhn lfnlllil nlnl Pnlnmit Im
nrovement societies, has written May- &
or Forn asking that something be,'.
dono towards tho Improvement and
tho macadamlxlng of the roadway ex
tending from Walakamllo to lOillhl -beach
road. Tho highway Is pro- 1
nounccd as In a neglected state ,uud
unsafe for traffic after nightfall. ;
Bulletin Buiinesi Office Phone 259. J
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185
It tt 8 M tt M a tt U M
Ing In ber make up: The Roses con
tlnuo to rwolvo hearty npplniiNo nud
Bomo oxrollcnt films arc being run off,
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