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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIX,. TIIX'RSDAY, FER..27, 1!U3.
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A. B.ARL EIGH A CO.
Bole Agents for Hawaii
Only' establishment on tho felaNd
equipped to do Dry Clsanliif.
; PHONE SX5S
LEADING HAT CLEANERS
i Fort Street, Opposite Convent
All kinds of Hata cleaned and
' CHed for and Delivered
Wo tell tne latest sty lea of
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from (loyal Crco
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than was at first figured on, it will be
ntcessary to deepen the basin, and on
account of the piles which are already
ir ilace, ordinary' dredging can nc
do done. In all probability a water.
jet and suction pipe will be used to
get the additional depth.
Asked as to the probable delay in
completion of the drydock. due to the
last accident and change of method of
construction, Civil Engineer - Gayler
eaid: : ;t-
"There should be no delay, and the
dock sboiuj be competed by June,
1915. By the method we have beeu
following, the speed of construction
has been limited by the ability of the
divers to set the under water forms,
or pockets, into which the tremies
have teen emptying concrete, and this
has been necessarily slow. By the new
method, the recessed blocks them
selves form the pockets, and the com
plicated timbering is done away with.
We should be able to work much,
faster than has been the case, and I
figure that the dock should be com
pleted on schedule' time."
I Civil Engineer Gayler does -not-think
that the change of method will
add greatly to the cost of the big !
I "I can give out no definite figures 1
at the present time," said he, "but can
say that I do not think there will be
: much added expense. In many ways
jthe new plan is more economical. This
I will all be decided by a board of en
gineers which will meet in Washing
ton, and . will decide the excess of
compensation for the contractors, as
has been done before when the origin
al construction plan has been changed
or modified. .The government and con
tractors have always come together on
a figure satisfactory to both,' and
precedent leads us to suppose that the
same wl.l be true in this case.
"As to anyi alarming discoveries
of mud pockets in the bottom, al
lege 1 to have ken made by divers
since the accident, there is really
nothing to tnem," continued Mr. Gay
ler. "We knew bottom conditions be
tore the trouble last week, and of
course an upheaval of the bottom like
the one which occurred, might be ex
pected to dislcdge some of the earth
fill and create other disturbance. The
divers have discovered nothing to
show that a drydock can not be- built
on, the previous site."
"Drydock" Smith, engineer and i
superintendent on the job for the San
Francisco Bridge Co., contractor, has
not gone careful y into the new plan
for building the dock, according to
Civil Engineer Gayier. Mr. Smith hast
been up to his eyes in the work of j
clearing away the wreckage, and un-
loing the damabe that has been done,1
and has not gone into the matter i
of future plans. The final say of con. i
struction methods lies with the navy
engineers, and it is likely that any.
plan which they work out will re
ceive the approval of the men who ara
doing the actual work.
Admiral Cowles, it is understood,
approves of the latest plan, and as the
commandant is a practical engineer
himself, his O. K. has considerable
President Hines. of the San Fran
cisco Bridge Co., is a passenger on
tre Nippon' Mara, expected tomorrow
morning from San Francusco, and
when he has had a look at the dry
dock wreck he may. have something
to say about the future plans of the
company. The belief is that the com
pany will stick to tne job. and that in
spite of setbacks and obstacles the
drydock will be . successfuMy com
pleted. - ;
Almost any color; to
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tume. ' ('..' " : ;
Black, White, Gold,
Pink and Blue Satin, with
new Lonl heel some
handsome BEADED DE
SIGNS. Some with Dazzling,
Rhinestone Slides.; i .
$6.00 & $6.50
Come and see these.
Some of them will fasci
nate you. Don't take our
word for it, but investi
gate for yourself.
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort St, Phone 1782
Ladies' Hairdressing, Manicuring and
All work at coast prices Facial mas
sage a specialty.
Fort street, opp. the Convent
Exclusive Yet inexpensive Headfeai
Harrleon Blk, Fort St. nr. BereUnls
MAC GREGOR 4 BLATT
1130 Fort Street
Latest Style Only the Fined
v BOSTON BUILDING - '
Fort St. Second Floor
Importer Fort St
are made on the latest London, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.
REGAL SHOE 8TORL
I rrnd It In the Star-Baltrtln. : It
The Everyday Article"
in Furniture at
Place over a low fin and withmt stirring let
tht mQk boil dmrn to ontrquarUr pint. The
THAT'S because aluminum
is a better distributor and
retainer of heat than other
materials of which cooking
utensils are made.
You can cook quicker and you
: therefore" save fuel.
are made without joints, seama
or soldered parts, from thick,
hard sheet aluminum. They
hare no coating WEAR-EVER
lO peei, vrw. wi
blister. They can
not rust, cannot
compounds ' with
acid fruits or
foods, and they
last a generation.
Replace utensils that wear out
witB utensils that"Wear-Eyer"
Sold at Catalogue Prices at
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slowed that it; bad never been us id
until employed - in its deadly mission
this morning. .. .': ,: "
Information gathered from a num
ter of Japanese residing in the ueign
Lorhood, th 2 police ofOters aucteedei
in piecing together a story 10 the ef-.
tect that Shimazi, wno follows this
trade of gardener, Has not been living
sllh his wife for some weeks. H? ia
said to have treated cer very cruell.
una, frequently was pre ven.ed troiu
Icating her. The(man is said to havs
come in from Kaimuki this morning
and, entering the house, began tu
v t use the woman,- who once or twice
endeavored to leave the house. v
Six. Shots Are Ffred.
Shimaza' then (locked the door to
prevent the' escape of th j woman wno
was then seeking, a divorce. Perhaps
a half hour waif spent in loud anu
jj.gry words, wln, the , neighborhooa
was startjeti. by the rapid firing oi
th- gun. -
. ' Some minutes later t Mounted Patrol
man Kramer, la passing ; along t e
aialae road, was attracted to tne
scene through the excited actions, ,ot
the ; psople and iroke .open tne coor
leading into the, main room of the
dwelling. --. ..'''"4. ;-' ."
Lying on the mat covered floor with
in three feet of ;ach other were the I
lucn and the wonSan. The crying anct
thoroughly, frightened . qh,tld, wits j
marks of blackened powder on its
face and body, , was removed, and j
Kramer sent in a call for the police.
Four shOis were fired at .the worn-1
rn, all taking effect. An examination
showed one shot entering the bod;
over the right breast, one in the mid
dle of the back, anoiher in the right
thoulder and the fourth piercing tue
left lung. The revolver had been held
to close to th 2 body that the flames
cf exploding powder hid scorched
large patches on the kimono worn by
tlie woman. i
'Turning the gun upon hinifeolf, boi
maza fired one thot taking eifect in
the stomach and bowels and the sec
ond and last just over the haart, the
inter doubtless causing instant tleatn.
Coroner Charles Rose was no'iit'J
and appeared on the scene to tafca
charge ot the remains and secure
witnesses to the tragedj.
The Interior of the premises bore
I'nmistakabl evidence of a struggle.
Uedding was scattered about one of
the rooms in the wildest confusion.
The police arc inclined to the tntory
that the men came upon the woman
i t a time when she was nursing her
Laby, the position of the oead mother
ivr.d her uninjured infant Indica'.j
that such may ha ; been the case.
Gin Reloaded Before Suicice.
The gun used in the killins c'. the
wr.nian had l.een reloaded by - tj
l -.aza before he us?d the vvediKn wi. .
deadly effect upon himself. In an ad
joining room was found five sheik;
three having been exploded. In th-
gun picked up on De lloor within a
few inches of the dead man's right
hand were found three empty cajt
In going thiough the pockets o
:bimaza the police tound a dozen or
mor 3 loaded brass cartridges, a re
ceipt from Lightfoot & Lighttoot, at
tc.rueys, acknowledging payment of
S7.-. for services rendered which, in
this particular instance, was a fee for
instituting divorce proceedings in Ua
A certificate of regiaiy for the re
volver was also recovered.
A gossip is never a welcome visitor
after, telling all she knows.
A lazy man 4a always making idle re
marks. ' If a man has sense his dollars will
take care of themselves.
AGED WOMAN WILL
APPEAR AS WITNESS
Tho oldest vkitsess in the record of
the circuit court will appear in Judge
Kobinson's division when a Hawaiian
woman known by the name of Mama
la, upon whoin a subpoena to appear -was
issued today, comes in from Ke
aau to give testimony in the apreaHl
land case of Territory of Hawaii vs.
U L. McCandless. Maniala misses
the century mark by only one year,
having just celebrated her ninety
ninth birthday. It is said that, not
withstanding her great age, her mind;
is as clear as a belt. .She is reported
to be the only person living who has
a vivid recollection of a surveyor, by
the name of Bishop surveying the dis-'
putt d property ujider the original title.
It is reported that, when the jury in
the case went put to Keaau a day or
two ago to inspect the property, the
jurymen were astounded at the keen
wit and wonderful memory of the old
woman. V ; : ' j
In Judge Robinson's court this
morning, Amclio I'rudente plead not
guilty to the charge of having carnal-
abused a female child under six-'
teen years of age. Upon Prudente's
own pica, the court appointed George
Ai Davis to defend the plaintiff, v
Yip Chai pleaded not guilty to a
charge of assault and battery, it being
alleged that ha attacked Wong Duck,
with a weapon obviously and immi
nently dangerous to life. I
AUCTION SALE OF
AND REAL ESTAT
OLIVER Q. LAN8IN
to Merchant Strset
B. Salvo of Hotel street,' who
is. retiring from business, has instruct-J
ed Mr. George V. Jakins to sell of his
exquisite stock cf art goods. The
stock comprises silk and crepe kimo
nos, battenberg renaissance, Mexican
drawn work, real cluny centerpieces
and scarfs, silk shawls, Egyptian sil
ver scarfs, art rugs, tapestries, etc.
This is a chance for the ladies of Ho
nolulu to secure valuable European
and Asiatic art and fancy goods. Sale
will commence at 10 a. m, Saturday.
March 1st and will be continued the
same evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Death is the nurse who will one day
put us to sleep. . V
J cimmif i
V4r nUMSCR BSOTNtU
Will Satisfy You.
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Coat Cut Undershirts,
Knee Length Drawers,
(30c. $100"and $1.50
will fit you as though they
were made for you alone,
because they are correctly
cut. and well made. The
buttons are on to stay. .
Every stitch w accurate,
and strong- B. V. D. will
stand the severest wear
strains, and the rut of the
tub. Every genuine B.V.D.
This Red Woven Laid
BtST RETAIL TRA0E
Tradt Mark Reg. V. S. Pat. Of.
Take none without it.
It's your guarantee of satis
faction. The B.V. D. Company
VT ' t, 4. .
1 41 Tork.
; RICH IN QUALITY
r FAIR IN PRICE
Fort Above King
"Thuch a Teddible
Cold id my head"
Many of us are sneezing, or
sniffling. ;or wheezing tiiese
days. Climatic changes are the
cause. . 1
But there is a simple and not
unpleasant remedy. Get a phial
of llollister'8 i '
F'or Coughs,' Colds Grippe and
Colds in the head. '. - '
" - PRICE 25 CENTS
(Act Gently on the Bowels).
In charge of our up-to-date train
ing department. He will not
only personally supervise every
Individual order, but, if request
ed, will offer fresh Ideas and
suggestions that will serve to
best express your thought.
Complete stock of moldings
Full line of accessories
And the expert In charge.
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort St. I Near Hotel
Fort St, near Beretania
Geary Street above Unioa Square
Europear Plan S1.C0 a day c?
. American Plan $3.00 a day u?
ITev steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convecience.
A high class hotel at very mod era to
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car Hset trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meet3 all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart reccaked
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address TruwetVALC cds.
JJEL Love, Honolulu representatiTS
Via Pali Road, 32 miles
Autos for Hlrt
Phone 872 A. C. Aubrey, Prop.
Army and Navy Hsaiquirttrs
Special Rates for Lon j Ctiy
FRFE 8WIMM1NQ, TENNIS
Cor. Wilder and Punxio
MRS. L. M. GRAY, Uint-tr.
Newly RenovstsdCitt Hst&i
on Kauai f .
Tourist Trade Solicits!
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IF YOU ARE TIRED TRY
TRAINS TO'THE DOOR
ME FOR A SWIM AT THS
4 NEXT SUNDAY
Says the WIss Cither
Is now located in Us new build
Ing, 116-118 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of tht HI;he:t
' ALWAYS FRESH r
Goeas Giocery, Ltd;
Phone 4133 l
rtuiuii jiauijc u uiu,,
German confectionery and fancy bakery
Pound, citron, currant, coffee,, sponsa
and fruit cakes, home-made choc -,
, olate candies and Gerxaan
rye bread 1
1183 Alakea. nr. Beretania, Phono 2733
May's Old Kona Coffee
BEST IN THE MARKET
HENRY MAY L CO.
t - JlUlT
Lost on tbe Punahou-Waikiki car line
Sunday, 23rd inst., between 4 and
5 p. rn.. an open letter in Italian
signed F. Silvestri. If the person
who picked up this letter will re
turn same to this office, he ; will
roceivo a reward of ?.".K).
' i 5t7S-tf. ;
WAS AWARDED niHIIEST HOXOHS
At the recent California Stata
Fair held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD ' ,
i Dtrr pmnnv i tt I un
: - A CASH fHIZS
ORANGE BLOSSOM CANCiU
The Most Popular Candies IZz'i
on the Coast
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1024 Fort 8L Teltthene 1T!1
I read It In the Str-6neU3. It
nut be i a.