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HONOLULU STAR flULLETlN. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1012.
To Select From
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3 Stein wiy Grand Pianos', i ' j jf;
1 Steinway Upright Piano -'T ; "IS T-i
1 Kranich & Bach' j Upright Piano
4 Starr Upright Pianos
2 Packard Upright Pianos r ; ;
3 Richmond Upright Pianos;
2 Howard Upright Pianos -
1 Regent Upright Piano
2 Trajser. Upright Pianos
2 Keiniugton Upright Pianos
(A new and. wonderful invention by
Melviile Clark, the "EdisonM of Piano Play
cr construction and the Inventor of the 88
noteTlayerJ) '. :- '- ' V ' "
1 Ccciliah Player Piano 'ry.' " A- .
" ( Having the. metal pneumatic action. )
1 Kegent Playrr Piano , , r : ; v "
i '-' Rem ington Tlayer Piano
SLIGHTLY USED PIANOS
, 1 ; Steinway Miniature Grand Piano '
2 Starr Upright Pianos $
2 Second-Uand 'Pianos
' Until the Holidays, we will sell alt of this
stock (excepting the Stein ways and Apollo
Solo) at k RIG IJ EDUCTION; from their mark
ed price. - On Installments or Cash. "
We have no Cheap Stenciled
Our price are from $250 to $1300.
We guarantee absolute satisfaction in all de
partments of our business, j
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We do exiert tuning and repairing.
150 HOTEL ST. OPP. YOUNG HOTEL
Murray- Springs Surprise at lJe influce of uvt danced with
Close of Stormy Session
of the Board
The city fathers want the Gas
Company to supply certain street
lights under the terms of its fran-
.... ' " chise, and secured an opinion from
Jt was a nice little -Christmas pres- Deputy City Attorney Wilvefton-t Th
ml that Supervisor Murray handed to latter , while passing the matter up
. the board at its meeting in the city , to the superintendent of public works.
L&ll last night At that there were
members of the board who seemed to
feel peeved when they discovered that
insteadof having but 'a beggarly
15000 on -which to run the city and
l county but iness for the last month of
t the year, there will be something be-
iween iii.uuu ana si,uw, accnim
Murray It appeared had been dis
' satisfied with the statement handed
In by Supervisor Low at a. previous
iree(ing and had gone to the auditor's
department: to get his figures. Low;
kicked furiously but quailed when
the " figures themselves ihowed up.
James Lloyd, deputy auditor, who was
present, came gamely to the defense
, of" his office and declared that Mur
ray's figures correct.
Some Of The Items
J The appropriation for license com
missioners would not be used, laid
Jiurray and only 7 6t the $900 appro-
i-ristion for the Juvenile court had
-been expended. There was a balance
ol bdoui siiuu irom me repairs mnuo
I to the Makiki ditch.. -
stated that he .had looked over the
company's charter, originally granted
to W. W. Dlmond andassociates, and
afterwards taken overy by the Hono
lulu uas company, ana rouna inai
there were several Colligations on the
part of the company? one provision
being .that the . superintendent shall
require 'the company-.tfr furnish free
gas for fifty street,, lamps ; and there
after ' furnish five more , each year.
Nearly all the; department heads re
ported that they wer.w,ell within
their appropriations 'and' would not
run over them with bills! " :
Governor Frear;' through Mayor
Fern notified , the toaxd of his pro
posal to organize a'ntm-partlsan com
mittee to handle the proposed charter
revision question, and asked that the
city and county appoint three, with
the mayor as one member. The Gov
ernor suggested that the present
board of supervisors name one mem
ber and the incoming board the third
one. The matter was laid over to the
nejtt meeting. . f.,;; -
The board went Into ,ommitttre of
the whole and the Murray resolutions
were read as follows:
I From the road tax fund for Hono
lulu district, $3900 for repairs to Mau-
; ilakea street, Kafmuki' roads, Nuuanu
avenue at the Dowsett junction ani
reralrs along King ttreet while wait
ing for the Rapid Transit to do its
share of the paving. From the per-
l manent- improvement fund. $6010 for
repairs to a oriage m ivooiau, storm
? drain in Kaimukl, and bltulithic pave
ment from end of Queen street bridge
to Hackfeld r wharf, the latter item
amounting to $3950. For the Ewa dis
trict $1190.34, and for . election ex-
1 penscs $101, the latter frmo the geno-
ra' fund. The; items were, xavorahly
(.reported: r .:i,.:r:-
Primed Far Fra v. r .v-'t- . v -
' Hardly had the cleric finished the
' . . . . 1 i v . i
ings, wnen a row scarxea. ur course ii
was Low that was responsible. j He
wanted. to know why Jn the name of
ail that Is decent in civic government
what the dickens the. Mayor meant by
.'O. K'lng' a.bill for. S1818.6 1 . for re
pairs to tbe "Mayors's automobile,"
Of course : If the trfayor Insisted that
the bill from the Schnman carace was
correct, he, merely Sin humble strper-
' visor would not presume to lubt His
Honor s word but well it loosed very
strange. It came'.out later! that the
r-achine was taken to the garage tuf-
fering from a severe case of bump
itia, the symptoms of which develop
ei 1 after a hurried trip,: to ',t other
side of the - island taken by Super
visor Low and others. Low rempmber
ed the "bump' but failed :o ;ecoirrct
anything amiss rith th? car.- The
HILO, Hawaii, - Dec! -2.-Charged
with violating ; the regulations of the
board of agriculture andf forestry. At
torney A. G. Cprrea was. arrested he re
last Saturday. The regulation pro
vides against the importation, into any
other district of any "fruit grown, in
North .Kohala, and Cortea allowed
himself to be arrested In the endeavor
to test the validity of the regulation,
claiming . that it is unconstitutional,
and that he will succeed ; In ; doing
away with it. i .t..-
Correa" was a passenger Jon . the Ke
auhou, which arrived here, last Satur
day from Kona. and he had in his-pos-session
a bunch of oranges which he
had brought from Kawaihae. He was
stopped by Inspector ( Christian, i the
fruit-fly Inspector,- who) demanded the'
fruit, but Correa refused to give them
up. ; He said that Christian might ex
amine the fruit but he would not al
low the destruction of the fruit, as It
was not infected, he claimed: .
Christian explained that he was not
authorized to inspect the fruit, but to
destroy It, "and this he proposed to do.
He was told that the only way. . in
which-he could-get possession of the
fruit' was by using force
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On King anid YoBng Streets,, near Piiltoi
This beautiful property is placed at the disposal of
home buyers on good terms if desired.
These Lots Have Been On the Market ior Comparatively Few
Days, and Sales; Indicate that Careful Buyers Appreciate
the Exceptional Opportunity to Secure Valuable Property.
Size of Lots frbm 5000 to 7000 square feet
Intending Purchasers are ? invited to inspect the property
and make application to
tim. - s. : pEir,
Fort Street, near Ilerchant
Inspector Joe Caceres was then sent
fcolerv was cut short after it drarge'd uor, who is in charge of the office-of.
' j weorv isnirth nver. tho f.ftopn o' the board of health durine the ab-1
twenty minutes of the board's, .time, fence cr cmer Bowman, wna wfnt ;o
Is the approval of the bill. i tac wnan ana naa tne same expen-
' Undismayed Low returned to the -ecec -wuq worrea -as vansaa . cm.
charge later when he introduced a correa. rerusea to give up tee oranges
resolution. provlaing thait summary ar- nd when threatened with arrest an
rrtta thnti fftiinw th nK nf nui TftWR. swered that it was immaterial to him.
papers as wrappers for fisa In the hsh - A warrant was swbrn out for Correa's
market- Mnrrav manaeed tD . cet "arrest on a charge of violating the rule
twenty-four hours grace for ho mar- of the board of agriculture, and forest
ket men, but nfter tolay any violation 1 ry. after teing. arrested he was
If the rule will te followed by a trip "owed his .liberty. on his own recog-
a nee in the police court.
Clean Out Tenements ' ?
Supervisor Murray round rauit wun
come of the. statements made at the
I big mass meeting held in the Bijou
theater last Sunday night- ;
j r -"Let the police 'rid the tenements
Judge .Wise this morning and will be
continued until next Thursday.
'PLAY NUMBER' OF THE
ENGINEERING IDLER OUT
The play number of the "Engineer-
around "Kukui street and in that vi- ing Idler" has been Issued at the Co!
cinlty of the hangers-on and prosti-. lege of Hawallgiis weel and is ex-
f tntfn and nrovont- nnrrnf fmm Rpnd-r ceeamgiy clever, i is pages are cnieuy
Ing their daughters to the pol and devoted to. accounts ot ti
I mf foa chnn onH nrhana an imnroTfi-i ThanKseiVinc WCeK.
ment of, social "conditions may
are both humorous and serious. The
made," he said., ' n.; i 'i art supplement", inciaaes several in
I ' He moved that a letter headdress.- te resting cuts of the student actors.
ed to Sheriff Jarrett calling' his at The staff of the-"Engmeerttig Idler
' tontlnn n fha rvl nf laarrlr flllf has tiflfll V r.f fprl1 thp RhPPtS Of itS
IVUHVU .W iU U 1 V. V. W 1. " r "" " w
1 - . .. . . ' .'' . f . ii .1 . MAn
ine tenement house aistrict.jet prosn- nexi issus to we co-eu ji me wuese,
tutes and making arrests.". ' land it is likely that they will accept
Attention 'was called to the work the opportunity to make known the
ings of the dance hall ordinance. 1 feminine views of school activities,
i Murray stated that the Filipino dance Though this is the first year of the
hall, while under the supervision of "Idler" and the facilities for. produc-
the dance hall Inspectors, -was not ing it arc rather poor. It ha3 proved a
what should be established here. The great success at the college and there
inspectors are preparing to, report to i3 no doubt butHhat it will be erma-
the humane society concerning the nenr. The college has long leit tee
workings of the ordinance with re- lack of a school paper and so this one
spect to this fifteen-cent; dance hall has been given a hearty welcome. The
and a report, would be sent to the staff is composed only of student mem-
beard of supervisors from, the society, bers of the college, of which Ted Tra
it was stated that young girls were cy is the editor-in-chief. The paper is
going to this hall where men under issued every two weeks on Monday.
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Also Stops Falling Hair; Destroys Dandruff
Your hair becomes light, wavy, fluf
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after a "Danderine hair cleanae.." Just
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T.e.sides beautifying the hair 7 at
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stopping itching and falling hair.
But what will plea?e you most will
be after a few weeks" use when you
will actually see new hair fine and
downy at first yes but really new j
hair , growing all over the scalp. If
you care for pretty, soft hair and lots !
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Knowttori's Damlerine from any drug
gist or toilet counter, and just try it
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