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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, MAR. 7, 1912.
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LAST DAY OF
LAST DAY OF
3 Day March
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
we will feature
A Rare Opportunity to Save Money on Gloves
AMONGST the Gloves we offer will be found some
'very fine qualities that we are discontinuing and
closing out at cost. We have also quite a lot of Gloves
that are slightly spotted. These are going in the last
Three Days at exactly HALF PRICE.
Slightly Spotted Gloves
Marked Down to Half
16 Button Regular $3.75 Quality, Tans only, Sale Price $1.95
16 Button Regular $4.50 CapeGloves, Sale Price 2.25
12 Button Regular $3.95 Cape Gloves, Sale Price 2,00
2 Button TanK'd Gloves, Regular $2.00 Quality, Sale Price , 1.00
2 Button Colored Kid Gloves, Regular $1.25 Quality, Sale Price 50
2 Button Colored Kid Gloves, Regular $1.75 Quality, Sale Price 95
2 Button Colored. Kid Gloves, Regular $2.25 Quality, Sae Price 1.25
2 Button Tan and Dark Shades, $1.50 Quality, Sale Price 75
20 Button White Suede Gloves, $3.00 Quality, Sale Prce $1.50
The following are in perfect condition, but being closed out on account
of discontinuing: ,
$2.25 Quality in 2 Button Kid Gloves, all sizes, Black, White and Col
ors, at $1.50
$1.75 Quality in 2 Button Kid Gloves, all s'zes, Black, White and Col
ors, at $1.25
Fabric Cloves, Special to Close Out
2 Button Black or White Kayser Lisle Gloyes at 25c
2 Button Black or White Kayser Supreme Quality, at 35c
2 Button White Lisle Gloves, worth 35c, Sale Price 20c
14 Button Length Black or White Lisle Gloves 20c
White, Tan, or Greys in Extra Fine Lisje Gloves, at 35c
2 Button Heavy S'lk Gloves in Black or White, at 50c
Sale of Neckwear
See the Bargains in our Windows.
Many New . Styles in Necftweaf, specially
priced for the THREE DAYS, commencing Tomorrow.
WATCH FOR OUR MAR.CH SPECIALS
It Pays to Buy at
LAST DAY OF
LAST DAY OF
MADE IN COAST
GEOOETIC SURVEY OF
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(hliccliil Hullo tin Currpupondcnco )
WABIUNUTON, I) C I'eb 2 1 -Of-
Special declination otmriviillnns
were made on April 2S In ronnictlnii
with tlio ellipse of tlio sun on that
llelalH of the Coast ami Goodi-tlc Sui-liluto
cj nio greatly pleased at tlio pros-) In ordei to lomplj with tho iciiurstl
lees of work In Hawaii diirliiR the of tlio Itoal Society of Ixtndon foi
pant car Considerable spine Is nlven International cooperation In miiHiictlc
In tho annual report, just Issued, to work on Certain term days from Ma,,
, thin subject. nil, to .iniiunrj, mz, covpniifr a por ,
I uercrence to satiRiactor) conditions non 01 tno pcnoti oi inc iiiiinc-iic-I
In Hawaii Is thus made In the Inlio- work of tho English South I'olar In
duction: jpedltlon now In tho Antarctic regions,
111 . . 1 ... . 1. - ...... .. . ll ...., .. .. nl.tntnn.l A., tl. n
I A complete mirvuy ui mu iHiiinu" nin-ii.ii ici:uiu mho uuiume-u ,u mv
of Oaliu hoi been made and data col- inaRnetoRraph In accordance wlthnn
lectcd for the Coast Pilot of the Ha-, International program
Iwnllan Islands Dally mcteoiologlcnl obsenatlons
"Through the courtcs) of the siir-werc made and continuous tempera
cyor general of Hawaii, the Coast ittiro locords were obtained in the
and Geodetic Survey Is furnished with 'open air, In the inagnctogrnph room,
records of tldo observations made h)
the Territorial government
"A magnetic obsc'nator) Is tu.ilii
(allied by the Coast niul Geodetic Sur
vey at Honolulu.'
and In the seismograph room
Tlino observations were made evurj
I The Sclstungriiph was kept In op
eration and a practically continuous
Taking up tho work In dctull tho record was obtained Omh iindred
and seventy eurthuunkes wer reg-
i istcred during the year at this station
(V (' Dibrcll. coiuiuaiulluir Steamer i P, Yillirr Miller.
Explorer ) t During tlio season from April I
Suniiniiry of rtesultB Trljngula lo June 30 this oltlccr whs In the na
tion 3i square miles of aiea rour-' wnllan Islands engaged In tho lollec
cd, 2 signal polex erected, T stations i tlon of Information for the correction
occupied fur horizontal incasiiies, 3
geographical positions detcrmluil
Magnetic work: C land stations occu
Iplcd and observations made In . po
sitions ut Ren. Topograph) "i miles
of general coast lino survc)ed. I to
pographic sheet completed lljdrog
raph) . MO square miles sounded, I.lxn
miles run while loundiiig, i30il posi
tions determined, 10,3-' I soundings
made, IT lodrogruphlc sheets finished
i , M&.V hvf.rnifti)jVi-' jwJHftawowiiviM ffl&SMw&wt-x tajWTiUrfiitwiivyj,i3ASi'Uci',i.
of tho sailing directions of those
Islands This work is now being pre
pined for publication
That Hindu .No
If mi ittpl II.
Wo aie mi Kisltlvc our retnedv will
I During the season from October IS 'ilclclj teller ronstlpuloii. no
!. Pehruarj 20 tho steamer I.x.lticr,mU,cr ,,mv rrl"!,",e1 " ''" ,,e;, "''
was engaged In tlio purvey or the In,"."''0' to r"r"iBl' " frco of "" m"1
land of Oaliu. Tho trlangulatlon liad lr "'" . .
been completed and the topogiaph)
begun b another part) The part)
on the Explorer completed tlio topog
niphy and extended the h)drograph)
to tho 100-fatliom curve all around
Constipation Is commoult caused
lit weakticsH of the iicivch and hum-
cles of tho I irge intestine To expect.
a cute on must therefore tone up
and strengthen those organs and ic-
jthe Island and at frequent Intervals l,1,,rc lhQm '" hcnltlilcr ncllvltv
to much deeper water,
II) the end of the season the sill
We want joii to ti) Itcxall Older-
Ilea on inn giiiiuutce The nio cat-
ey of the Island of Oaliu had lieetic llke CJIl,l '! ' ImiUciiIiiiI)
A pnrt) In charge of Assistant O
good for niiiircii The hccm to ae(
directly on the norvos mid muscles of
11 French bad been lit woik on the ,hc bowel. The) jpi.uciitl) have ,i
Islands for some montlis nrcvlous in. neutral nctlon on tho olhci mgaus
tho arrival of tho Hxplorer, and nponlT"c '" "" l""Ke r cause other lu-
tho departure of Mr Trench in t)c coincnieiicc wc win leruiiil jinn
tolier he was succeeded us thief of
part) by Mr. I. W. Smith, aid Mr
Smith was instructed b tlio Hiipcrln
iiioiic) If the) do not o el conic (liion-
Ic oi hahitiial coiibtlpitlou and tli(t
lild to relieve tlio injrlails of asso-
tendent to placo lilmself and party I elate oi ilepeiidcnt chronic niluienli
under tlio direction of the command
uppn the urrhal of ft bill; vessel lu Ha
waiian waters? """
Tho hydrography" oxecultd by tho
l'p!orer includes the entire water
area adjacent to tho Islam) of Oahu,
excepting Pearl and Honolulu har
bors I'carl Harbor was omitted on
account of dredging In progress and
tlio chart of Honolulu harbor was
found to bo sulllclcntly nccuiiito with
out an additional survey
Hie development of the hydrogra
phy was completed out to tho 100-
fathom curve and along neail) tho
On .Mai ill I", Ihcis will be a iciep
Hon bv Iho M C A to Its mill)
minds in Mils clt) ladles especial!).
Tliero is a hi; coiiiinlttcc has the af
fair In charge and plans aie shaping
for one grand time Tho reception
vvholo coast widely spaced soundings "'" ,,,e" "''' " "iiw'cal conceit In
extend much farther, reaching to from t,,c games' hall and lien thcro will
Ti) Koxill Orderlies nt inn risk Tw i
,jblziis,o.nnd C(h', Sold Hiy nt-mir
sloie Tlie Ilcxull Stoio, Jleusou,
Smllli . Co. Ltd, Tort and Hotel
Y. M. C. A. WILL
HAVE LADY GUESTS
3 lii J miles from shore. Seventeen
current stutlons weio occuplod, and
magnetic observations vvcra made ut
u number of land stations. Magnetic
observations wcro also made, on shin
board nt live positions off tho roast
i of Oahu. and the ship was swung on
sixteen headings at tho beginning of
the season and again at tho end. Tho
ship was swung also olT Mokapu Pe
ninsula, oil Walaliie and off Walnnac.
(O II French.)
Summary of Results Astronomic
observations: 1 azimuth doteimincd
llano measurement. I baso lino mens
uicd. Hydrogiaphy. 2 square miles
of urea covered, "' miles of lino
sounded. Topography 8(1 miles of
shore line surveyed, G mllos of shore
lino revised, 10 miles of roads sur
vejed, 3 topographic sheets com
pleted Trlangulatlon 3",J square
miles of area covered, r3 stations oc
cupied, 13J geographical positions de
termined Tho revision of the survey of tho
Ilawullan Islands was In progiesH on
July 1 and was coiiinucd undei the
direction of Assistant Trench until
October 11, 1010, and lifter that duto1 leslgnlng of llllo railway men ntnouuts
under the direction of Assistant V. '" almoBt un epidemic, ami the wholu
C. Dlhrcll. sale changing nbout Is from no slnglo
An abstract from the 1 en Itorlul icauso hut is Just happening Somo or
records on fllo at Honolulu to fur-1 ,l10 changes aro us tallows
iilsh the duta nccdid In the'woik und ' Cyrim I) Oicen, the master median
ror uso at the olllce In Washington, Ic has reslgmd Ills plate wllj lit,
was completed Tho trlangulatlon '"ken by Itobert lllooni '
was cxlendcd alou' tlio cost of the1 John T Craollus, Iho railroad black
western half of tho Island of Kauul smllli. lias resigned on account nf car
and n topogiuphlc uuivoy won iiiado - t'oulilo Ho suflered from a similar
ql the shore line In ronncctipu wlthtlubIo some )eurs ago, but rvtnveiid
this work, obbcivutlons woio tniido to y keeping u rrom loud noises
determine nn iizliuutli, and u base lino '"8 place will ho taken by Andrew
nioro than 1' miles Inug was uicasuied. Thompson, u foriuor cmplo)o
Tho tcglon covered jiy thn tilangula-i llornto Slsson, I ho whuitinger, lo
tion Is very rough and broken with I signed In order thai ho might go to
ridges 40U0 feet In elevation apd pro- flip mainland He le(t for tjio Coast
clpltous in uiiin) places. These ildgos I In tho Wllheliulnii, and his placo has
aro covered with a dense, muss of been taken by I II hcwls, who was
tropical vegetation, through whlc.1 It formerly tlic'statloii' agent it I'lilih.!
was often necessary to cut a passage WflllaniB. who run tho gasoline mr
llydrngrnphlc signals wero establish between Kecau inpl Hlln, has li
ed along the roast covered h) tho til i signed
ho howling contests for the ladles.
I'.tch lad) will be allowed to roll one
game, mid first and second prizes will
bo awaided for the two highest
I. most Kaai's nichesti.i will hold
forth In tho lobb) and thcio will he.
refresliuieiits of n satlsf)liig sort Ad
mission will bo by ticket onl),
Oeorgo McRldovvnc) heads tlio con
cert committee, nnd (. c. Itantn Is
chairman In charge or the reception.
The commlttco menthols arn W. Ou)
imr. II Hertz. W. Monro. I. (5 1,
ii v. ueir, A. Carter, T. I. i:g
eoinh, K. Melanpb). J. Wlnno, C. K
Mlchcnor, i:. K. nilswortli, i: c
Wcllsworth, I' NotUge, T. Kinm.ins,
A. U. Arlcdgc. C. F (.omuls, J IJocIt
or, C. White O I)) son, A i:. l.nrl
luer, I. I), Cuntlold. W. Wlllljins, J
A Itatli, Paul Suner and. A T. Wis
dpiji, ' "
MANY CHANGES I N
HIL0 RAILWAY EMPLOYES
Thn ultirilm. ,M-n..t.ty .1 l .
i -'"h ".""mi. niuiigiiip; ami
angulation at Intervals of upproxl-1
mate!) 1 mile
Hi turd tllitiiliiid. ..
A continuous lecord of tie vjnla
lions in the earth's magilctlc Uiudl-
Supplies for Hawaii Plantations
Taking supplies foi Hawaii planta
tions, lirluillng shlmneiitK of linuliei,
fertlllzei and cement, the liner-Island
tlolis was obtained nt the magnetic stunner Maul was dispatched for Ko-
observiiton near Honolulu. Hawaii. I balnlelo Kiikiilhaele Ookala, l.aiipii-
durlng the e.ir witli sdC-ieglsterlng hoehoi ami Papuihu this noon Till
Instruihnnts Observations were miUlo vessel can led no passingitis hut win
oni e each week to determine the uh- given a Uto mall destined fm the Dig
inliiln viiliii' of thin' i Ii iiii-iiJH or (ij- Isl mil,
iwlrlill iiiaruUlRin-, and IH.III rheh '"' ' t '' "" "? "
mouth lo lUteiinluii tho sialu alius II n 1 1 1 1 u tinut ds nlll lm It.
something up to lUte In
lootweir, don't fail to sec
our lino of
White or Black
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort St.
V I .
The ideal tint for
' interior walls
Mix it with cold water only.
Will not fade or rub off. In
white and colors.
Cheap, beautiful and sanitary.
Lewers & Cooke
177 SO KING STREET
von Hamm- Young
Pionetn and T.eidera in
the Automobile Buiineia
Agent, for such ne'.l-kiiowu can
i Packard. Popp-llarttoid, Btcrana
Ouryci, Cadillac, Tiiomaa Pljrer,
Uulck, Orarland, Dakar Electric, and
Geary Stree, above Union Square
European Plan $1.C0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel nnd brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hoti-l at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address 'Trawcts"AHC code.
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
nfer-tha BEST HENT CARS 1nih
city, ring up for ,.y
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404) IANDAUI.ET, No. M0
C. H. OEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
AM, VR ASIC IS A TOIAX
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 Kaplolani Building
Us a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobllo and nv G.n.rator
Agency Co., Ltd.
BOUGHT and SOLD
Kiiihlle Drlvlnt; and Wink norma
52 North Kukul Street
518 S. King At. .
iiin iiicwi.i: in:i,i:it umi hi:.
rllti:il, lum iiiovid lo
Jbll hi. XI 'STlti:i.T
.Nut loinllon lUd front, nuir
Yumii? Iliilldliu;. 'Jeliplionv L'.'ilK.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THC BEST MILK FOR
Your Qiocer Sells It
Holcl.ol Uu.ilit) ivhio-,
till UlM.lklH In nllur Iio
trt are ricnBiili'd nnd
iivnidi-it ho 1 1 ox ivith liutli
En(m St, above Vlnoyard
MJUH timi: WII.I, in: WULL
uiinit i:thi: tui:i:.i: doi:s
MiT ALWAYS Jll.OW' ItAI.V
A Koo.1 auto In rent acrvlco on
Iho pri-inlrcH .
Rooms and Board )"
W. C. Bargin, Prop.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
Mmlt li tin vomltrful H'-ft
J'niffii thitt pnnhin thn
, riiott ptrecl nuittrw kinvn.
Don't confine it with other cotton
felt imttrcssrs; the only tiling they
have n common ii theuortl cottoit
J. H0PP A CO..
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Strecti Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE OO.
King Stre.t, oppotlta Young Hottl
I (I Hill lV l'liuu ID'I