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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FItlDAY, MAKC1I 11, 1001.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
March, 14, 15 and 16.
The' ladies of Honolulu arc cordially
invited on the above dates to see our
Pattern Hats, Bonnets
Children's Trimmed Hats
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT and BERETANIA STREETS.
Made to order.
You see just what goes into them when you have
them made here. We make our mattresses on
the premises at our store. You select the hair
and we have sample mattresses to show the tick
ing and workmanship. We make them to your
order and ready 10 suggest the best kinds to those
who are unfamiliar with mattress construction.
PORTER FURNITURE COMPANY,
YOUNG BUILDING. HOTBL 8TREKT.
DO YOU WANT A FINE, DELICIOUS
In Early Morning
Is Burned To Ground
The carriage repository of tyie Scliu-
When water was finally soctircj the
rear. Carriage Co.. Ltd., on Lanlwal nremen got in meir worn in ucu Buou
slrt, In the worst portion of Kakaako, , building, although If there had delved a letter from Germany telling
The drowning of young Slemscn yes
terday recalls the history of the elder
Slemsen who was at one time ono of
the most promising business men in
In the early days Slemscn was a sug
ar holler for Captain Tom Spencer In
Hllo. Whlto engaged at this work, ho
was burned to the ground between 2 1 j,cen dryrants closer to the scene, ot tne death of a relatlvo and the leav-1
bdu uciuck mis murmug uuu mu mnny of the carriages might nave been '"B "' "'" "u,t" lllu"u &"
aluable contents, valued at something lavej Inheritance for himself,
like $16,000, were totally destroyed.) The slowness In getting water on tho I Slemsen at once returned to his old
The fire was flerco while It lasted and Bulldlng was due neither to the fire ll0me ln Germany, secured tho money
tho fire department had a very hard ,,,,,.,,. n0r th water works. Tho 'nni1 returned to Hllo with his pockets
time preventing the flames from wno)o responsibility lies in the failure 'llllBlng with glistening gold. Soon af
spreading to the near-by shacks In ,0 proVde lne pr0pcr amount of ter ll,s "rival, there entered the port
which that particularly foul-smelling hydrants for tho district, necessitating o( ,nl a larE Balllng VC8sel whlch
portion of the city abounds. The 'tne runnB mi of great quantities of ,vns lailcn wllh a carg0 ' BooJs'
cause of the conflagration Is unknown. j,080 8ttcetg whers at night time a aui merchandise consigned to him.
It was Just two or three minutes l) fireman Is liable to fall Into one of the' TIie carB lanJc1- Slemscn went In
fore 2 o'clock that the first alarm loul graclMng hole8 nnd Drcak a leg or to partnership with V. I Conway. Not
sounded nnd the engines and hose carts n arra ( not hta neck only did he do this but ho financed tho
went rattling through the deserted -. ' . , , , .. . Illonokaa plantation, which was then
streets at a ery fast clip. The alarm I
was from box 27, corner ot Queen and
At a little before 3 o'clock the out
whistle blew, tho fire having been
iu UUA i, wiiiu ui S "..kW.1 c,,1..t,,,.,l llnu-nvni- n hnan
South, this being the nearest to thai .'. ...' i, . ,i, i
, ,, , .i...i,. n,. and some tlrcmen were left at the placo
place. Everyone at once thought that . boi ,.. .. . ., . mi .,,,.
the Magoon block was going up In
Officer Mulcltner is the man rcspons-
to sec that there might be no further
The firemen were given considerable
trouble by the falling ot the galvanized
llilf fnr frpttlnir thn flrn ilitnnrtnM'nf tint
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Ho was down In tho locality hunting, "un """ w,,1;" i" luu '
., ,uinnsan. m ti, o,.ii,io nr a it.ar. .carriages and other material undor-
Kalser nnd was on Lanalwal street ncath, making It very difficult Indeed Wblch
when he noticed flames coming through t0 8ct walcr whero wale,r, was m08t
.. ... .t. i . . .. , 'needed. There was but little saved.
u crucK in ue irvu ruui ui uiu currmgu - . . . . i
. . . . . trlvn nr alv u'lirnn. nt vnrlnnit ilPRrrlii '
repository. ie mounicu nis uicycie, i- , ' , : , , ;
mnilo for th'n hnx mentlonpd nn.l turned tIons nnil a couple of dozen shafts,
tunning on a small scale, entered Into
partnership with Joseph Marsdcn, who
was recently In the city nnd estab
lished him as thu manager of the sugar
Then came the thing which wrocked
the jncMperotiB German and led him to
take his own life some ten years ngo
at his placo In Iwllel. He started to
(It Ink and tho liquor In the cargu
had come out from Germany
soon reached low water mark through
the steady drains made by Slemsen
and tboso who surrounded him.
The firm of Slemsen & Conway was
THE LIGHT OF THE HOME
SHOULD BE THE
The Incandescent electric light In the home certainly serves
to Increase the comfort of the occupants.
For general Illumination a wide choice of electrically lighted
ceiling pendants, side brackets, piano or decorative lamps
ispresented, or the lamps may be so disposed that their
glow will adequately light the room while they themselves
are hidden from direct view.
Call at our office for estimate, or telephone.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Limited.
OFFICE KING 8TREC.T. NBAR ALAKEA.
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Iu the alarm. wnicn nau occn piaccu ouisiue mo hnon bankrupt and Slemscn lost all ho
The deoartment was on tho scene In "unuing, wcro umen om imo wuecn i,ad, both In Hllo nnd Honokaa. a!
an Incredibly short time and a boo
was run all the way from the hydrant
nearest the sccno of the fire, on King
street, the stretch being some 250 feet.
The connecting up ot this hose took
some length of time and It was fifteen
or twenty minutes before water could
be played on tho flames. By that time
the bulldlng was blazing ln a most
threatening manner and It looked for
a little as if tho fire would spread to
the other buildings near by.
About flvo minutes after the first
alarm came a second and every engine
and hose cart of the department turned
out on tho run.
street by tho firemen and residents of though he had financed tho plantation
and put Joseph Marsdcn, W. II. Hick
ard and others on their feet.
Finally, Slemscn drifted to Honolulu
and was given odd Jobs hero and tbero
by German firms, a good deal of hi
time being spent nlong the waterfront.
Then came the end. Drinking had
continued, and with It catae tho In
ability to secure work. Disgusted with
himself and seeing no good ln living
longer, Slemsen placed a gun against
bis head and blew out his brains.
A letter, brimful of pathos, was left
to the wife and in It pardon was asked
for tho deed. In conclusion, Slemsen
asked that his children be brought up
properly but above all things they
should bo warned against the gin
tho vicinity. The carriages ln tho
bulldlng and the bulldlng Itself were
KAWANANAKOA In Honolulu,
March 10, 1904, to the wife of Prince
David Kawananakoa, a son.
EWINO In Long Beach, Cal., Febru
ary 29, 1904, to the wife of II. S.
Ewlng, a daughter.
Weekly Edition of th Bulletin, 11
PROBLEMS FOR THE
To Correspondents: Correct Solution to Problem No. 84, received from
F. Weed: 1, Q Kt 2.
PROBLEM NO. 85,
First Prize "Kingstown 8oclety" Tourney.
By T. HEATHCOTE, Manchester.
HEINZ BAKED BEANS
ONE OF THE "57 VARIETIES"
GINGER ALE, LEMON SODA,
CREAM SODA or ORANGE CIDER?
kk y mm M mm
KCf'' WsM VrafA warn
mm 6m mm mafe
White Mates In Two Move.
Tho following, taken from the Lit- 20 B Q 4
crary Digest, Is worthy ot careful study
and It will be found Instructive as well
The Falkbeer Counter-Gambit
During Plllsbury'a recent visit to
Chicago, tho American chnmplon mado
public some highly Interesting analyses
on tho Crauosek Attack In tho Falkbeer
21 Kt D3
24 II B sq
Countcr-Gitmbtt, which ho had been at
considerable pains to work out.
20 B x Kt
21 B KC
23 P B 4
(a) This move constitutes tho Char-
ousel; Attack and against an indiffer
ent move say, tho obvious B K 2
Wlilto gains at least a Pawn, and it
Black should Castle on his ninth move,
Pawn takes 1) P, winning a piece.
(Ii) This Is Plllsbury's defense, to
this Ingenious attack on Whlta's part,
..., ffti.,n nn r, pnitniip tiiiu ii nuncic was imrouuccu uy mo iuiu uu-.uim hh buuiiuuchh hub ui-i-u i-uui-iiibivu-
IHLfl HIHU Uf ItLLrHUnC tflfllfl ll doipn Chnrousck ln his gamo against ly demonstrated by hourB of elaboralp
iPlllsbury in tho Nuremberg Tourna- analysis on Ills part.
ment of 1SSG. This resulted In n drawj (c) If Whlto plays P Q B 3 to pro-
llliu-l un i'us Bm. . ...i, -.n,,w,.. .................... w...... .. -r.... (1 10 altcroom of tho grDat banker
moves, tho Hungarian missing a win , Black can give up a Pawn In something. ' ,hrnroil vvlMl mii,innnirM. w.
Ing continuation: 9 P-1. .,. .,.. , ... ln
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Women Are Barred
From Catholic Choirs
New York, Feb. 27. All doubt that
may have, existed in tho minds of
Brooklyn singers who aro members of
tho different choirs In tho various
Catholic churches In this dloceso as
to swooping reform Inaugurated by
Popo Plus X. In tho matter of church
music aro practically set at rest by a
recent letter Issued by Bishop O'Don
nell to' tho priests of tho diocese, en
joining them to carry out the orders of
His Holiness to the letter.
It will bo remembered thnt In tho
recent uttcrnnco of Popo Plus X. en
titled "Motu proprlo," His Holiness
hald, nmong other things, thnt tho ser
vices of women ns singers In the
choirs wcro clearly Inadmlssable, ac
cording to tho strict rubrics of tho
church. Tho carrjlng out of this pro
vision will mean that all tho women
vocalists now employed In tho Cath
olic churches must now seek employ
Figured music, too, will bo abandon
ed, and nothing but tho plain chant, or
Gregorian, as It Is properly called, will
bo allowed In tho churches during tho
celebration of the mass or during ves
pers and benediction.
THE POWER OF ONE MAN'S WORD.
Early In the winter ot 1901 the bank
ing house of J. P. Morgan & Co. mailed
to certain men ot great wealth In this
country nnd In Europo n circular con
taining a proposition. It stated ln the
fewest posslblo words that n syndicate
was being organized to financo tho
L'nltcd States Steel Corporation. The
terms on which subscilptioiis would bo
rrcehed followed. That was all.
Tho rcsponso that this circular
evoked whs tho most tremendous Ucni
oiihtratkm of the asset vnluo of occ
man's word ever given. From nil parts
of the country letters containing offers
ot subscriptions, checks, and pledges
of various kinds poured In on Morgan
& Co. Through all tho hours of tho
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imagine is a dish of Heinz Baked
Beans with Tomato Sauce.
Ask your grocer for a can if he is
up to date he has full line of Heinz
good things for the table.
HACKFELD & CO.,
Iron and Brass Bedsteads
A large assortment of all
Solid Oak Wardrobes
Absolutely dust and insect
Large Cheval Glasses
In oak and solid mahogany
frames, oval and square.
Birds-Eye Mapel, Oressers,
Chiffoniers, Tables, &c.
We are headquarters for
Matting, Rugs, Linoleum, Window Shades, and
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LIMITED, Tftl, Main 71
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It Is the only Rotary Washer that lias revolving steel ball
gearing, reducing the friction and thus making the machln
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The gear wheel turns rlghr or left, the pin wheel or dasher,
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The U. S, Machine have no equal because they wash clean.
THEO. H. DAVIES & Co., Limited,
i SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
o tho thlrty-nrsi move, ruisuury . iiko mo roiiowing
now claims to havo demonstrated tho ( II 3, 11 K ,2; 10 II Kt 2, Castles;
unsoundness ot tho novelty by contln-lll Kt x Kt. I x Kt; 12 n x P, U H G
ulng with S..., Kt Q n 3, Instead of ch; 13 K 11 sq Q 2; 14 K Kt 2,
8..., n K 2, as In tho Nuremberg I II K 3; 15 (J I) 3. KtK 4 and wins,
gamo. Ills rcsearqh Involved tho fath-1 ISco foot note. In other variations
omtng of extremely Intricate compllca- resulting from this lino Whlto Is equal-
tlons, wmen oi eourso couiu naruiy uo. iy newness.
The fresh Spring churning Just
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Crystal Springs Butter
At 35c the' lb.
NVhite Clover Butter
At 30c the lb.
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Tel. Main 45
1 I' K4
2 P KD4
3 P x Q P
4 P Q3
C Q K2
7 Kt Q 2
8 P K Kt 4 (a)
9 II Kt 2(c)
13 K K 2 (f)
14 K Qsq
15 II Kt2
10 P Kt3
1 P K4
2 P Q4
3 P K5
4 Kt KD3
7 P KIM
8 Kt-II 3 (Ii)
10 Kt-II 4 (o)
14 P 113
1C 11 K3
19 It Qsqch
(d) It la obvious that Kt x Kt at
tllia stago results In tho loss ot a
(o) For a long tlmo Mr. Plllsbury
thought Q D 4 was tho winning movo
at this Juncture), but patient analysis
discovered tho following flaw: 11,
Q II 4; 12 P x Kt. V x 11; 13 Kt (not'
queen) x P, Kt x P ch; 14 K Q 2 (tho
only movo), Q II 3; 15 Q x Kt, D
(ing ns tho highest favor tho prlvllcgo
of participating In tho syndicate. With-
n a few days mo subscription was
closed. Tho amount uslted was 200.
000,000. Hud it been 1100.000,000 tho
offering would havo been moro than
cuHlclcnt to meet tho call.
Three yeais earlier, Lyman Gage.
Secretary of the United SUtes Trcns
ury, offered for tsalo $200,000,000 of
United States two-per-cent. bonds.
Tho Integrity nnd nsset-valuo of theso
securities aro Indisputable, Uchlnd
them Is tho nation's credit. Yet Mr.
Uago was several months In market
ing the fiovernment'a offering, while
Mr. Morgan's proposition was ovoisuu-
Union Express Co., Ltd., 63 Queen Street,
Having baggage contracts with tho following Steamship Co.'s lines;
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ment. Tho credit of tho wall Street
banker nutmatchod that of tho United
States Treasury. 13. J. Edwards In
Kverybody's Mngnzlno for March.
Kt 5 ch; Ifi K Q 3, Thlo last curious scribed a fow days after Its announcc-
movu effectually dlsslpnnts IllacK a at
tack and prevents his recovery ot his
(f) If K O. sr then KtK 6, win
ning tho bishop.
(g) And Illack remains a pawn plus,
winning In nil variations after his
I If Whlto plays 1C. P x Kt, niack
has tho reply 17..., Q Q 2. Ud.
Miss Kllzahcth Howard, ot Now
flrunswlck, N. J., has rcslgued after
completing moro than forty years of
continuous service as n teacher In tho
public schools of that clLy.
J. L ANDO
Is now established in the Oregon Block, Hotel Street,
where he will be pleased to, welcome his friends. His
stock of Gents' Furnishings is complete and he will assist
in selling his goods by making the prices fit the times.
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