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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, (T, L. THUftSDAY,, MAY 4, 1D1.
For Saturday Shopping
FINE OXFOIID 8HIRTINH Double-fold, In it clmlco variety
of fancy stripes ami llgurcM. Kpoclnl, 20o a yard.
FEATHERDONC COLLAR SETS-Ncw, In liliick and white.
Six sets for 25c. .
VALENCIENNE3 LACES -Twelvo yards In u piece; COo to
J 1.23. Special, 45c per piaco.
ROLLER TOWELING Iwentyfivo yard, for 1.25.
LORRAINE FIGURED PONGEE In Tnn, Orrcn, JMnlt nnlt
l.cnlcr., IlvKiilar, SOc per yanlj Kpoclul, 35e per yard.
LI8LE LACE HOSE Hlack, Willi neat colored embroidery
pattern, llrcutiir, 65c; special, COo a pair.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Comer Fort and Ocretanla Street!
Oppoilto Firs Station
The "400" of Honolulu
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Be one of 'em
PINECTAR SALES CO., Ltd.v
K A. rMnlt-Smlth iobIrih-iI us 1'ro
Blilcnt of the lloiiul of llcaltb. He
filed hla resignation wllh tho (lov
crnnr yesterday ami iiHkcd Dial It bo
accepted "owing to the unfortunate
ciininiHt.inecH Hurrouuillni? tlio lonuto
of my odlce."
Tlio rcHiRiintloii was nut accented.
tho (iovcrunr consldorlnir Molt'
Hmltb'H icHlKiinllo nln llio HkIU nf
what It wa Intended a practical
Joke and promptly Tceoininlmdoiied
tlio chief of the Territorial lic.illli do
pm linen t.
In Hie rnsli Incident to tlio closing
of tlio Lcglshiluro tho fact that Mult
Smith's commission ox pi re, on April
.8th was overlooked and It was not
until yesterdnytliat Mntt-Sinitli rcal-
l7cd that ho wns xallluK under fal.se
colorn and was without warrant to
direct tho iiffaliH of tho department.
So ho resinned, which ho couldn't
do becauso bo wim not In nlllco and
was promptly rccnmniliudoncd.
f'lty and 'ouiily Allnrney John W.
Cut heart iiiakeH emptiatlc denial of tho
i linrce that be or the department over
ulilch ho presides wiih In the leant re
M'ouMbto for the delay' In carryliiK for
uard the work of extending Niiuanu
('alhoart prem-iitcd a letter to Mayor
I'Vni. which whh read liefurn Hut Hoard
of rtupcrvlonm at n meeting beld last
evening. Tbo cominuuieatlou reads iih
"The lliinoriildn Mayor anil Hoard of
Kupcnlsorn of the City and County
"Ovntlomiin: An nttack hns been
nimbi on me by tbo morning Advertiser
In which statement wern made that I
or by department nro responsible for
tin- 'Niiu.mti mlxup' lu order that my
connection with Ibis matter may be
clear. I desire to sriy that subsequent
to tlio uwaiilliu; of tile Pleanco & Ala
iiii'lda contract and their entering Into
the contract and giving tho bond re
quired by the call for bids, my solo
connection mill tho sole connection of
inv oiiKe .with the matter has bcn us
"fin the nth day of April, lull, u
l"ttcr from tho ro.nl supervisor of Ho
nolulu was submitted lo( the Hoard of
.Supervisor1! nt Its evening session and
referred to my department for advice.
Upon the following evening, April It.
Illll. at a meeting of the Hoard of Hu
pcrUMirs, tbo deputy city anil county
attorney, Mr Mllverton, advised the
I oard to nolirv tbo bondsmen to forth
with carry out tbo contract by reason
of tbo ciintractors themselves falling to
do so. The Hoard of Supervisors then
iiiillinrlxeil the city and county clerk
to lilvo such notification to tbo bonds
men, anil such notlllciillon was lu fact
given tbo fo'lowlng day, April 15, 1911.
Tho time given tothe. bondsmen to
fulllll tlio contract )iy tho board was
to and Including April is, but on April
IK Mr. Orcou. one of tbo bondsmen,
appeared nod reiieUed further time,
and tbo board granted hlin until April
SI to conimenco dollW-ry of tho curbing
under tlio contract. At this meeting of
tbo board the bondsmen also request
ed n niodllleatlnn .f tlio contract as to
tbo length of tbo curbing to bo deliv
ered, but Mr. Mllverton advised the
board that no such alteration could ho
"This, Is all I or my department hnvo
bad to do with tbo matter until to
day, when the Itirird of .Supervisors or,
rather, a committee of tho Hoard of
.Supervisors, requested our lulvlce as
to their proceedings from now on,
ulikli inlvlco we duly gave, and ublcli
the board will probably act upon to
night. Vciy truly yours,
"J NO. W CATIICAUT.
"City ami County Attorney."
BID TO BE CALLED
(Continued from Page 1)
slnii of the Legislature, tho bulldng
committee secured tbo Insertion of nil
Item of j:'5,006 In tho loan bill, ami
when the bonds arc sold the committee
will bavo mi additional 1:5,000 avail
able, but oven with this the library
can not bo constructed, furnished and
titled out completely on tbo original
Tbo committee therefore lias decided
to call for bids on another set of
few lint Important. Wherever stone
work Is called for 111 tho original bid,
reinforced concrcto will bo substituted.
"Alternate No. 3," said Mr. lowls
tills morning, "embodying changes of
plans originally submitted, substitutes
reinforced concrcto In nil' places nml
parts where stone iippeared In tlio orig
It Is estimated that this change will
scale of close to ino.000 from the cost
of the library building and allow tbo.
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K'lllHHli'in i, kmiiu 1 J. Ill ll lllu llllltin
at the disposal of tlio committee.
lu order to bo fair III reopening tbo
bidding, the commltteo lias decided to
call for bids from all tho contractors
who qualified originally, but from no
others. Several bidders did not qual
ify, cither railing to milrilt cert Hied
cheeks as required, or bidding only lino
of tho two alternate proposition.
The qiiilllled contractors now nrotbo
l.ord-Young Engineering Company, tbo
l'.icllle Miiglneerlng Company. V. H.
Itedward, Samuel Mvans and K. V.
Chairman Lewis stated today that
tho final bids will tie opened on Satur
day. May 13. at 12 o'clock noon, lu tbo
nnices of Aielilleel If L Kerr
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 3, 1911.
From 10l30 a. m. to 4 1 30 p, m.
Trent Trust Co Ltd, tr, to Mrs
Mliuiln K Charlock 1)
Trent Trust Co Mil to United
States of America D
IMua 1. I'uxmmi and bsli In Charles
K Notley f I)
(iustiive A Misjt and wf to Mela
Jose It Citdlnhu to John Vlclrn.... I)
Kenol and wf to Mary K Fiedor 1)
Makakoa and bsb to Mary K Fos
Cblng Slice ami bsb to dial Kim
Kamakee (k) til Kalinin (kl I
I". Colt 1 1 nl. run to John M Sans
and wf D
S I) Hcap (widow) to Hathshuha
M Allen M
Konemoto to olaa Sugar Co Ltd.. CM
Kuong Yce Socy to I'nlon Loan &
H.ivs Assn of II Ltd M
Henry 1, Knaack and wf to San
Ant Port Ilent Socy or II M
Entered for Record May 4, 1911,
From 8l30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
Richard f Sii.ildlug et al to IMA
ward I Spalding I
Hoard or llawu Kvan Assn to Ar
thur A Wilder Rel
II Waterluuiso Tr Co Mil to A A
Texas Refineries Import For
eign Sugar For Local
Wlllett & Oruy's sugar Journal for
April 20 gives the following Interesting
review or tho raw sugar market:
Total stock of Kuropo and America,
H.tnz.OfiS tons, against S.D05.10S Ions
lakt year at tho same uneven dates,
Tlio Incrcnso of Mock Is 25G,!I2 tons,
iigalnst mi Increase of S88,!)fi0 last
week. Total stocks anil ulloats to
gether shows u visible supply of 3,
281,065 tons, against .1,011,103 Ions last
year, or an Increase of 272,!02 tons.
The week under review has been no
table for ono of theso spasmodic move
ments that sometimes occur In nil Im
proving market. Last week tlio quota
tion for centrifugals was 3.8Ce. per lb.
landed, or 2 1-l'c. c. ft f., 9fi-degreo
lest. Tho offerings then were small
and business very quiet, llecf sugars
wero nt IPs. 7 I-2it , and holidays cama
from Friday to Monday hero and to
Tuesday lu Kuropo.
At the opening of Monday tbo of
ferings of Cuba centrifugals had large
ly Increased, but nt 1 -1 fie. per lb. high
er basis, say 2 9-lCe. c. ft f. April
(3.92c.) mid 2Ti.Sc c. ft f. May (3.9H-.).
Tho quantity obtainable Interested the
rcllners, and tbo American ciiino In as
principal buyer and accepted nearly all
the offerings at above basis, tlio total
business of two days being tlio unusu
ally largo amount of over 1,000,00
bags, or say 110,000 Ions to several
Speculators took advantage of tills
demand to resell home 300,000 bags
of their holdings of April mid May
shipments, replacing to the moderate
extent of 50,000 bags with Juno ship
ments at 2 11-lCc. c. ft f. (1.05c. land
ed). Arbucklo on tho same day mnde it
purchase of 20,000 hairs or Porto Hlco
centrirugals at n further advnnco of.
l-lfio. for prompt, ray 3.9Sc per lb.
Porto Wen, however, was not sulll-1
clently prompt In meeting tho demand!
of tho preceding days, and on trying
to place more nt 3.9SC . found buyers'
wanting nl anything over 3.02c, the
Indications being that the next sale I
will lie on this basis. We can learn
of no new Java business, although
June-July cargoes have been offered at I
10s. 10 l-Id. e. ft f., about 1.09c. duty
paid. Philippines, liowtrcr. have boon
sold to tho extent nf about 5000 tons
at equal to 3.30c, basis S8 degrees.
Kuropo sympathized slightly with tbo
activity here, advancing beets from
10s. 9d. before tbo holidays to 10s.
10 I -Id. nfler, nnd closing, on reaction,
at 10s. 90. for April and May mid ion.
11 3-Id. for August, with cane Jiiviih ad
vanced 1 1-;,1. to lis. 10 1.2l.
Our weekly Cuba cable gave re
ceipts six ports 35,000 tons, nil ports
fiO.000 tons, J27 central working
against 1(1 last week hlul 149 last
year, showing no new feature on which
to change crop estimates.
Good showers fell In eastern prov
inces of Cuba, uhcie most needed, but
general rains nro still desired.
Wo nolo Hint In March COO tons sug
ar were exported from Culm to tho
P'. O. I.lcht cabled weather favornblo
for Held work on Kiimpritn tieet crops.
We print herewith preliminary esti
mates nf the beet nwlngs by Otto
I.lcht. Indicating an Inerensn of 1.7 per
rent, for all Kuropo; say nrrinnny In
creases 1.13 per cent., Aindrlii 1.C4 per
cent.. Russia 3.3S per rent, Kranco do
creases 3.31 per rent other rounlrles
chance but little from last year. Sow
ings have only Marled, and mall nil
vices tell or severe Trusts and storms
which may lead In some grain crops
being replanted with beets Otto I.lcht
anticipates h crop of about 7,500,000
toiri beet sugar wlthj favornblo
Russia bad last yenr a phenomena!
Inert aso of 12 pi-r cent, sugar per ncre,
an outturn not likely to bo reached
Our four ports receipts wero 01,555
tnn., Including 47.000 tons Cuba, 5400
tons I'orto Wco, nnd 9000 Ions Hawai
ian; ineltlntrs SO.OOO Ions (stock In
United Slates and Cuba together Silt,
065 tons, against 502,510 last week mid
731,103 toiiH last year).
?ew Orleans has Imported In April
15 105,000 toiM, against 81,000 Ions Inst
year, showing tho Increased mporl
iineii or that market as given by iih
each week separately. Also (lalveston
Is Importing 15,000 bags ror Sugar
IjimiIs (Texas) rellnery, the first for
eign raw sugar Imported at that port
In many years. ,
At tho closo Indications point to n
comparatively quiet market following
tlio week's business.
At the close, 4000 bags l'orln Itlcos,
nlloat, wero sold nt 3.92e, basis 9fi de
grees, cstiibllhhlngspot quotation on
Ibis basis. ,
Oh..LIJ J Mhhbu I(..m.h 11
encea Tilford Moots' nephew says you
ought to spend a winter In Alaska. No
body ever owned a tourin' car that I
mixed a checker board up wild bis
Exclusive Patterns in
Wo nro exhibiting in mir
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latest Ideas or the I I
Wull Paper l)i dgiers
Theso Papers will qivo your
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Lowers & Cooke,
177 80UTH KINO STRCCT
BIG GUNS COME
BY IE LOGAN
HAS NOT SAILED
Shipping Manager John Drew, rep
resenting tlio Mntson Navigation
Company, declared this morning Hint
there had been no cluingo In existing
steamer schedules of departures from.
San Francisco as far us the, Matson
lino was rnncorncd.
Tho statement (lint tho Wllhclmlmi
had sailed from Sun Francisco yes
terday Is declared as not rounded up
on fact. Tho Wilholmlnu Is due to
arrive horu on May 16th and not no.t
Tuesday as reported this morning.
Tlio vossol only arrived at tho const
tlio first of the woek, having Balled
from Honolulu on April -Cth.
Active opposition to revision of tlio
tariff wus undertaken by the oillrers
of llio National Wool Orowers' Asso
ciation after a conference at Salt lil(o
City on tho tariff situation as It nf
Tho local quartcr(iiaslcr department
has been ndvlse, Hint iho I'nlted
States unity Irati3sirt Logan, that
sailed from .Manila on April J lib and
called nt Nagasaki, Japan, curouto
for it Inrgo supply of ronl, will nulvo
off tho isiit on or about six o'clock
Tho I.ogan Is understood as bring
lug ipilto a. galaxy or stars In Iho
Knrouto to Sim Francisco aro re
ported tho following;
Ilrlg. (!un. Daniel II. Ilrusli. Major
Daniel W. Kctchani, Coast Artilleo .
Capt. Samuel C. Vestal, Coast Artil
lery; Capt. Henry W. Iliitncr. Second
Kleld Artillery; Major Ceorgo K. Pic
kett, Pay Department; Capt. KdwaM
A. Rtuiirt. Sceniiil Field Allllleiy,
Capt. Henry F. McFoeley, Twclflli In
fantry; First l.leut. Clllbort 8. Smith.
Second Cavalry; First I.lcuL Wllllani
F. Jones, Second Hold Artillery.
First l.leut. Hurry I,, Morse. Fifty
first Company, Onus! Artillery; First
l.leut. Pierre V. Kleffer. Fllty-flfth
Company, Coast Artillery; Chaplalii
Walter K. Lloyd. Second Meld Artil
lery: First l.leut. Kdinuud W llayloy.
M. It. C; First I'.leut. Morrow ( (jus
tin I'. 8.; First Lieut. Donald W
Strong, SlMcenth Infantry; Flrpl
Lieut, (leorge (iarlly. Second Cavalry,
Second Lieut, (lisirgo F. N. Dalloy.
Twentlo'li Infantry; Second Lieut. II
S. Pai rul. Field Artillery; Major W
(1. (lambrlll, Pay Department, First
Lieut. Mymii K. Ilowdlah, Fifteenth
Cavalry, Col. Jainea A. Irons, Twen
tieth Infantry; Major Clint C. Ileum,
Cuast Artllleiy; Capt. Phillip II.
Ward, Fifty-fifth Company, Coast Ar
tillery; CupL Charles li. Kllbourno.
Coast Aitlllery; Capt. Janios A Hug
files, Fifty-llrst Company, Coasl Artll
lury; Capt. Charles (). Zellars. Fif
tieth Company. Coast Aitlllery; First
Lieut. Hubert J. Iteuney, Second Cav
alry; First Lieut. Joseph F. Haines.
Second Fl;ld Artillery; . First Lieut
William F. Morrison, Second Field
Artillery; First Unit. Kdwnrd W
Wlldrlck Co-ist Artillery; First Lieut
Unheit Arthur, Coast Artllloiy; Flrsl
Lieut. Howard M Snyder, Medical
Corps; Unit Lieut. James C (luun.
I'. 8.; First Lieut. Kugonu II Walker
Coast Artillery; Second l.leut Fred
erick II. Ton ell, Nineteenth Infantry;
Second Lieut. Ralph Dickinson, Third
Infantry; Second l.lont Charles P
ficorgo. Field Arllllor) ; Votorlnno
Frederick Foster, Second Field Artil
lery; First Lieut. Krnest (Irnvos. Kn
Klneers. Hciidipiurtcrs baud hcud-
nillirtOt'U Sf.fOrilt Itllllllllltll llntlnl. I.
Second Regiment Field. Artillery llfty-
nino enlisted men. Fiftieth Company
Coast Artllleiy, nrty-Ornt Comimny.
Coast Artllleiy, Fifty-fourth Com-
iialii Const Artfltnrv I'irtv-Hrth Cun-
pauy Coast Artillery, j 28fl cullstud
J. A. Comes has been placed under
arrest nt the Instnncu of his wife, who
has requested that her hubby bo pre
vented from carrying nut alleged dlro
threats by llio Issuanco of a peace
bond. Judge I.ymer gave attention
lo the matter this morning but derlsed
Iho preselico of Mitiirnl witnesses be
fore coming lo a conclusion lu tho
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Away from the ordinary ready
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Cots so llttlo to
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j on will hardly no
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