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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY. SEI'T. 2, 1D6S.
are beglnnlg to Interest ths man
The Pheasant season hat Juit opened and soon hunting -
will be In full blast In order to be ready for this condition ZZZ
of affair we have lutt received a large addition to our well- Xi
Kept stoeK or
sSHOT gun cartridges
We have every load any
Nltro & Black Powders and
used by the man who uses cartridge would make a long list
We have them all; to call and
H E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
We Beg To
That we are now thoroughly equipped with modern machinery
and experienced workmen to dry-clean or dye the finest fabric,
plumes, feather boss, etc., as well as gentlemen's clothing and la
dies' silk and woollen dresses. All work called for and delivered by
car regular laundry wagons
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Telepone Main 73
1r. W..H. Solf, Oovernor of Ocrraaa
Samoa, Is a through passenger In tbi
lUcaablp Sonoma, en route to Gcr I
scar j- nit a six months' leave of ah ,
uif. He Is accompanied by his nlde I
iiM.ujnj and Bccretnry, C. von Vlgnaii. j
nz. bhiu iirsi wum 10 samoa in lea
xj :a International officer, at the time
ol ti.o American, German anil English.
Halr. Ho became President of tho
awnJrJpnllty of Apia. When tho Ger
ana 11 ag was raised on March 1, 1900,
Vr Solf received the Governorshln
axri has served as Ootornor since. Hi
is doit enjoying a vacation.
Dr. Solf la a man of Impressive pros-
nce, Keen, observing, vigorous, genial
ami pleasant. He Is of tho strenuous,
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vjic u uvci wen u ujmi ui energy,
I'cUou and command.
lairing bis too brief stop In llono.
iilu be was entertained at the Germuu
Xnsnlate. Ho continues his Journey
in tlic Sonoma at 3 o'clock this aftor
tioon. Oovernor Solf was seen by iTuiiU
tin renoripr nt Hio rinrmnn nnHn..i..
- . ... . u1.,,ult ,uuaiuuiv i
.. a. uuimeiu tt VO.S UUUUlng this
moon. Replying to Inquiries made by
ajie reporter, Governor Solf bad the
tMtawing to say:
"Having great volcanoes of jour
own here on these beautiful Hawaiian
SsLaiMs, fa intra a tho world over, your
3.cqple -will doubtless be deeply Intet
twwj In our wonderful new mountain
of fire on the Island of Savall.
l'J.U;i Jt would bo highly profit
able for some volcano expert to visit
JSnwCia and study this recently born
"if-anb. It Is n wonder. It is bill
euro mouths old and It is growing rap
EC1 day by day.
UUI m lliu iuwijiug uiuuiu ui
Iirat1ful and fertile valley about su
.English miles from tho Bhoro, two
months or less ago, there suddenly
bnrtt forth a rnglng volcano, spouting
twMiot stones nnil thick BBhcs to a
Kreat height, tho flames of tho llbcrat
.tl Ures reaching two hundred metres
iJiva flowed freely and soon the vat
Ivy nod adjoining dales were full anil
Ube molten stuff spread out over tho
country like a great devil's band,
ditching at tho taro plantations of
Jie frightened natives, tho Angers ot(
Hha Uery flood rcacning to wumu i
rnlle and half of the sea.
Within a fow days a hill 150 feet la
bclfint stood where the dep valley
should have a family dentist as well
as family physician. This advice
should always be sought In matters
pertaining to the teeth. Much unnec
essary pain and experience can be
avoided by giving careful attention to
the words of a reliable dentist
F. L. FERQUSON, D. D. 8.,
Expert Dentists, 215 Hotel
behind the gun.
one can poMlbly ute, In both -,
In all gaugee. Other article "3
equip yourself for hunting.
had been tho bed of a rushing torrent
of cool water and now this llttlo hill Is
grouliifr, gronlng, growing, until, so
the natives verily bcllee, the volcano
will soon become a grcnt mountain
All vegetation has been blotted out
within n radius of several miles. The
eruption Is continuous and day and
night the Island shakes with tho f
forts of the laboring hill.
"Tho activity of our new Savall vol
cano Is as great as any of tho erup
tions of jour Kllauen. In fact, I be
lieve It is greater. The bIzo of the
great heated rocks vomited by tho
growing volcano would astound one.
"The outbreak came at the end of a
long series of heavy earthquake
shocks felt all over the Islands. Tho
natives predicted something of the
kind and, at first, they wore exceed
ingly frightened, thinking the end of
tho world had come, but I went to Sa
vall, accompanied by my aide-do camp,
and together we, during a lull In tho
actUltles, reached the mouth of tho
crater, studied tho situation to tho best
of our ability, and advised tho natives
that there was no cause for fear; that
the birth of the volcano would provo
a protection rather than n menace;
that Savall now had a safety valve on
tho Infernal regions.
"And so the frightened natives were
comforted and all signs of panic dis
appeared. It Is to bo deeply regretted,
however, that their taro plantations
were wiped out.
"When we left Samoa tho volcano
was still very active and her exhibi
tion was accompanied by terrific rum
blings. The earth seemed to grunt and
growl and roar. But tho natives arol
no longer frightened. I do not bcllevo
there Is any danger of Savall being
Hwallowcd up In the sea, as some seem
cd to think. Scientists predicted that
this would bo a year for unusual vul
canic activity and, as far as Samoa Is
concerned, their prophecies are true.
"When wo climbed to tho edge of
tho crater wo beheld one of the most
magnificent spectacles It has ever been
my good fortune to behold. Weird,
fantastic. Inspiring, nwsoma, It was In
deed. Grand! Sublime! Terrible!
"Well, to much for our llttlo giant
of a volcano,
"In regard to conditions, political
and otherwise, In Samoa today, you
may say that tho greatest good feeling
prevails between tho American and
German governments. Tho relation!
could not be better or more happy.
Governor Moore of tho American Sa
moa Is a splendid man. All like blm
and ho has tho confidence, of every
body. Americans, Germans and the
English In Samoa are on tho best of
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Vino Vito !
KING OF INVIGORATORS
retore youthful strencith and vlg.
or. A delightful tonic, agreeable
to the tate; cure In action.
Try a bottle for that tired feel-
V M.E AGENTS,
101 TO 103 S. KINO 8T.
TELEPHONE MAIN 140.
terms and thcro aro nono of tho prej
udices which existed a few years ago.
"Wo are all hoping that before ery
long the steamers will call at Apia In
stead of Tuttllla, but I stippoao con
tracts will prevent.
"Tho natives of Samoa, on tho wfiolo,
aro conducting themselves In a satis
"Tho stories of Jall-brcaMng wero
very much exaggerated In tho press
and there Is nothing In the talk of re
bellion. Everything points to a peace
"Still, n regular patrol Is always Ac
quired. Tho natives havo rather a
complicated naturo and have to bo
handled with a great deal of diploma
cy and tnct. Tho yaro easily guided
cither In a right or wrong way, and
the great point Is to balance between
their good and bad Influences,
"They are like children. You can bo
neither too gentle nor too strict with
"I must tell you ono thing about our
recent earthquakes. So continuous
and vigorous were the shocks that
frafletmen wero compelled to fasten
their wares to tho shelves of their
Btorcs to prevent them being shaken
Mr. Dietze, n member of the largest
German wholesale mercantile estab
lishment In Sawall, Is ono of Governor
Soif's fellow passengers. He, also, Is
en route to Germany
Governor Solf expects to call on
President Hooscvelt before leaving tho
SUtes for Gcrmnny. Ho hopes to re
turn to his duties In Samoa by way
LOW AND KINNEY
(Continued from Page 1.1
Yesterday afternoon Kinney attempt
ed to show that tho plans.to remove
Carter as manager had been working
as early as 1901 by producing letters
from Fred Wundcnberg to Manager
Aubrey of Humuula. Wundenberg's
hand was put In evidence In sen
tences like the following: "Negotia
tions are In full swing regarding Par
ker's Interests not only In Humuula,
but tho ranch as well. Low and Parker
are now on tho ranch looking over mat
ters and a settlement may be reached
at any time" and "wo are still work
ing matters up. Eben Low Is hero
and pushing matters for all he Is
worth," this under date of May 9, 1901;
but In spite of these letters Low denied
that ho knew anything about th
chango of management beforo June.
This afternoon an Interesting epi
sode took place when Kinney wns ask
ing Low nbout an attempted com
promise, which Low said Wundenbcrg
had told him about.
"Is It not a fact," said Kinney, "that
Parker and McCrosson wanted to drop
the suit, but that you, Wundenberg ami
Magoon objected, and also that you
and Wundcnberg agreed to pay tho
costs of tho suit?"
, "That's a falsehood," said Low.
"Whoever told you that told you a
straight falsehood. I emphasize that."
The steamer W. 0. Hall resumes her
run to Kauai ports next Tuesday and
tho steamer Mlkahala goes to Makawell
the following Thursday.
NEW - TO-DAY
CARD OF THANK9.
The brothers of the lato Frank Tur
ncr dpslre to thank their friends for
tho great kindness shown during hi
IIIcsb nnd at his death, v
PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD
The stock-books of the Pioneer Mill
Co1., Ltd., will bo closed for transfer
from Sept. 27th to Oct. 1st, 1905, bot
Treasurer Pioneer Mill Co., Llrt
NOTICE TO 8TOCKHOLDER3 OF
THE RAPID TRAN8IT & LAND
Notice Is hereby given that the Stock
Rooks of (be Honolulu Rapid Transit
& Land Company will be closed to
transfers from tho 28lb to tho 30th
days of September, 1905, both days in
clusive. GEO. P. THIELEN,
Secretary II. R. T, & L. Co.
3188 Sept. 20, 28, 29.
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' New moon Sept. 23th, 11:28 a, m.
Tuesday, Sept. 26.
0. S. S. Sonoma, Hcrrlman, from
Sydney, via Auckland and Pago Pago.
8 a. m.
, 8AILINQ TODAY.
0. S. S. Sonoma, Hcrrlman, for San
Francisco,' 3 p. m.
Stntr. Mlkahab, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
O. S. S. Sierra, Houdlette, for Syd
ney, via Pago Pago, p. m.
Stmr. Llkellko, Naopala, for Mololtat
ports, 12 m.
I O. & 0. S. S. Doric, Smith, for Yoko
hama, p. m.
0. & O. S. S. Doric, Smith, fiom San
Francisco, duo In afternoon.
0. S. S. Sierrn, Houdlette, from San
Francisco, due In morning,
From tho Colonics per 0. S. S. Sono
ma, Sept. 20. Through: L. Avenall,
Octavlus Ucale, Mrs. Octavlus Ucalc,
IW. P. Drown, Edwin Drandt, Jas. Q.
Barton, Mrs. Jas. 0. Barton nnd In
fnnt, E. J. Iloothe, Miss II. Doothe,
Miss S. Dootho, W. Illacklock, A. Doha
nan, Arthur II. nedford, A. 11. Canby,
Mr. DIctzc, Geo. W. Deyo, Geo. Fuller
Golden, Mrs. Geo. Fuller Golden, Prof,
and Mrs. Hcorman, Emll Hccrmau,
Mrs. P. Hughes, Eddie Heron, Thos.
Jackson, Mr. Loementhnl, W. D. I.cf-
flngwell, Mrs. W. U. Lcfflngwell, Mrs.
Lefflngwell, Miss Josephine Lovett, W,
D. Leavens, Andrew Mack, Victor O,
Mantilla, E. J. McCormack, Mrs. E. J
McCormack, Robert McKec, O. H. Oplo,
Mrs. O. II. Ople. Mr. Phillips, John
Robertson, R. Stlmson, Miss Mac Stev
enson, Dr. W. II. Solf, Carl Sander.
Mr. Thcomln, W. J. Townscnd, V. Vla
jian, Frank Vincent, F. Woymouth,
Hnrrell Weed, Oco. Wllloughby, Mrs.
Androws, Miss Millie Andrews, Mlts
Amlo Brett, W. Bonser, Mrs. M. n. Cur
tis, A. D. Campbell, Mrs. Davis, child
and Infant, J. Doldge, Mrs. J. Doldgc,
It. Hamilton Qlbb. Ralph Harkcr, D
Uay, W. H. Hcrdman, J, A. Herdman,
P. W. Herdman, Mrs. F. W. Herdmau,
Miss Ingram, Miss Ethel Levey, A.
Lacaze, N. Livingstone, Mrs. G. R
Mitchell, M. Moggrldge, Wilson Mew,
Mrs. K. Murphy, S. D. Newblll, W. D
Vowton, M. E. Ncllson, Mr. and Mrs.
Itcddall, II. Ren, Mrs. Slgmen, Mist
Slgnien, Mrs. A. S. Stevenson, Thus.
Steel, Miss Kate Theband, L. E, W
they, F. W. Walk, D. Way.
Acting Superintendent of Publlo
Works Howland this morning stated
that tho presence of red dirt In tha
city's drinking water was caused by
the sluicing operations In connection
with the construction of tho new Nun
ami Valley reservoir by Contractor
"The sluicing of the dirt Is saving the
Territory a good amount of money,"
said Howland. "Even If It does cause
a bit of a nuisance. Whllo Whltchousn
Is doing the work ho Is paid according
to tho method employed In doing II
according to the terms of tho contract
Sluicing Is the cheapest method that
can be employed In doing certain work,
He gets paid a certain sum for work
dono In this manner. It tho work has
to bo dona by other and more expen
sive methods the Territory has to pay
tho contractor more for It. Tho dirt,
which gets Into the water Is clean and
"Tbero has been no Blulclng dona
this week, and nono will be done fo'r
tho noxt two or three weeks. As a
matter of fact tho sluicing may ba
avoided altogether, but It will be al
the additional cxpens'o of tho Terri
For Wnnt Column See Page Six
Furnished room, Punahott district. Ad
dress A., Rulletln. 31S8-lt
Pumping outfit, 5 h. p. boiler, 4 li7 p.
engine and No. 5 Krogh triple act
ing force pump. Prlco $225. Ad
dress E, Box 231, Honolulu. 3188-lw,
Vhitney & Marsh
SPECIAL for MONDAY
White, Embroidered Lawn
Shirt Waist Patterns,
With materials for making,
. We are also showing a pretty and rare assortment of
GENUINE PRINTED IRISH DIMITIES
with the daintiest array of colorings
and designs, fast colors,
29 INCHES WIDE, 25 CENTS
Union Gas Enginss
The UNION QAS ENGINE runs on
gasoline, distillate, naphtha, benzine,
and kerosene; but, better than all, Is
Safe, clean, reliable and elements of
danger eliminated. No storage of ex
plosives required. Engines or all powers
In stock from 1-horsepower to 150
horsepower. Those desiring small power for light
ing, pumping water or driving machin
ery of any description, should investi
gate the UNION EN0INE8.
We equip oil or gasolene engines
with necessary apparatus to operate
wlt.i FUEL GAS.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd,,
We have for sale a fine 1-2 cablu
gasoline launch, 30 feet 6 Inches In
length, 6 feet 6 Inches beam, a draught
of 32 inches and an 8-h. p. engine.
We furnish everything needed
in the line of School Supplies at
prices which are remarkably reas
onable, considering the unvarying
high-class quality of our goods.
Among the many things which we
are preparej to supply In this er-n
BOOKS, PAPER, TABLETS,
PENS, PENCILS, INK8, ERAS
ERS, RULERS, COPY BOOKS,
DRAWING MATERIAI .
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YOUNG BUILDING 8TORE.
It needs bat a few months' mora use of
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste to
completely free the city from the rats and
Dice with which it was afflicted a year or
so ago. Stearns' Paste has been used quite
freely In the best residences and in many
stores. In all these places there are today
no rats, mice or cockroaches. This Paste
drives the rats and mica out of ih hnn
to die, and can be depended upon to rid the
Iwn. nl llia , T. I- ..- J.it. I
.v.hv w. iumu lsta. ,S DUIG UC-IU UnU
gives universal satisfaction. Dealers gen
erally have the Paste for sale, or it will ba
sent, express prepaid on receipt of price,
by theStearns'Electric Paste Co., Tribune
OulldinK.Chlcago, 111. Small size. 25c; Hotel
lite, eight times the quantity, $1,00. Jl
Rapid Transit Electric Cars arrive
t and depart from the main entrance
of the Moana Hotel every ten minutes,
MOANA HOTEL CO., LTD.
Don't pay rent for a piano WHEN
YOU CAN BUY ONE FROM US AT
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FOR THE GREAT
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MALTED MILK, ETC., ETC.
The above are a few of the latest
drlnka added to our already long list
of fountain drink.
Chambers Drus Go,,
COR. FORT AND KING 8TREET8.
Cooks who once use it can be
persuaded to use no other
It has been the standard of
quality for over a quarter of
a century In Honolulu and
All reliable grocers sell It
H. Hackfeld & Go,,
FRIDAY, 8EPT. 29, 1905..
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom, 817 Kaahumana
Boys' School Suits
Suitings, Just enough for Panto o
75 pieces to pick from.
A snap buy In New York you get
On Ucw Tlmrdny afternoon.
WEDNE8DAY, SEPT. 27, 1905,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho residence of SIR. O. W. n.
KINO, 1618 College street, Punahou,
Comprising Largo Center Ilugs,
Velvet Pile, Axmtnster, Kiddermins
ter, smaller ones: Quarter Snwed Oak
Extension Sowing Table, Dining
Chairs to match, Hosts' Chairs, very
choice Quartered Oak Sideboard,
French Plato Mirrors; Dainty China
Closet, Parlor Tables, Pretty Rock
ers, English Drcakfast Tablo (drop
sides), Iluffett, Dinner Set, Bric-a-brac,
EBCutoIre, Ladles' Writing Desk.
Handsome Bureau, very large;
Heavy French Plate Mirror, low ta
ble, deep drawers; Quartered Oak
Bedstead, Closo Wove Springs, Hair
Mattress, Feather Pillows, Low Sow
ing Chairs, Pretty Crockery, Mosquito
Nets, Gentlemen's Bureau, Oak Chef
fonlcr, Iarge Wardrobe, Iron and
Brnss Bedstead, patent fastenings,
springs attached; Washstand, Hall
HatBtnnd (oak). Hall Chairs (heavy),
Reed and Rattan Chairs and Rock
ers, Wakefield mako; Largo Veran
da Rockers, Rattan Veranda Suite,
Tables and Chairs, Linen, Curtains,
Garland Rnngo, Kitchen Goods, Com
bination Kitchen Table, Glassware,
Crockery, Garden Tools, Hose, Ferns
and Plants, Etc.
AT II A.M. DAILY
the finest train flolng east
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