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IT0X0LT7LU STAR H(7LliCTIX, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1012.
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1 Slplnwflv Upright, Piano : V :
1 Kranlch & ttncli rjiriit Piano
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4 Slnrr Upright: Pinn
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2 Howard Upfiglik Pianos
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2 .Tro.vfcfr Upright Pianos ' :
v 2 nrmltiKton Uprigbt Pianos
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1 IJegent Pla.vr piano : V ;
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SLIGHTLY USED PIANOS
1 S U n way 3Hu ia u re U rand Piano
2 Btarr Upright Piamw . ; fi
2 Ri'eoud-lland Pianos '
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' Htock; (eXH'pting I Iv Stein ways 'and Apollo
. So!o),nt a IU(i IMMxrCTION'.fmm their mark
il price. On. Installments for sh. ;
We have : no
Our xXvvk are? from. $230 to $ia00. "igj
. )Ve guarantee absolute sat isfact ion in all de
part ments of our busiuess.i v
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; TV do export tuning and repairing. 'Hijk.
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Murray Springs Surprise at JJe !nfluence-of uor. danceil with
, Close of Stormy Session
The city - fathers .want the Gas
Company to - supply 'certain street
tights uiHler the terms of Its f ran-
chise, and secured an opinion from
H was a nice little Christinas p res--Deputy City Attorney Milverton. The
tnt that Superrieor Murray handed to -latter while pasaing the matter up
of the Board
the board at Us meeting, in the city
iall last night At that there were
members of the board who seemed to
feel peeved when they discovered that
instead, of t having V but a besgerly
15000 on which to run the city and
t ounty business for the last 'month of
the year, there will be something be
tween 111 MQ and 1 4,000, accrtiinff
; from expendeid balances on apprbpria-
. tions. .
J Murray It appeared had been dis-
1 satisfied with the statement handed
In - by Sapervisor. Low at a previous
1 meeting and bad gone to the auditor's
department to get his ' figures. Low
kicked furiohsly b'tit quailed when
! the v figures themselves t bowed up.
' James IJoyd. deputy auditor, who was
Kesent, came gamely to the defense
Of his ,ofllce and declared that Mur
ray's figures correct.
. Some Of The Items.
The appropriation for license com
missioners would not be used, taid
to the superintendent ofc public works,
stated that he had : looked ; oTer the
company's charter, originally granted
to W. W. Dimond indssociates, and
afterwards taken .over by thje Hono
lulu Gas Company,'' and ' found that
there were several obligations on the
part ' of the company, (one provision
being that , the superintendent shall
require the company ' to furnish free
gas for fifty street lamps and there
after furnish .five more each year. "
Nearly all thedepartment heads re
ported that they were well ' within
their appropriations and would not
run oer them with bills. .
Governor Frear, through Mayor
Fern notified the board of his pro
posal to organize a non-partisan 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
A M QUIXOTE
COMES TILTING AT
FRUIT FLY LAW
Murray ana oniy s or me.auu appro-jone Tne matter was laid over to the
iriation jor ine juvenue cori nauine-t meetine.
j Deen expenaea. i nere was a paaance
ol about flioo rrom tne repairs mnuo
to the Maklki ditch. ;
' The board went Into eomtnittee of
the whole and the MurrayVresfilutions
I From the road tax fund for Tlono-
lulu district, 3900 for .repairs to Mail
nakea street, vKalmuki roads, Nhiianu
I avenue at the Dowsett Junction and
Ueralrs: along King ttreet while wait
ing for the; Rapid Transit ; to do its
share, of the ; paring. From the .per
manent Improvement fund,- $60101 for
repairs to a bridge in Koolau, storm
: drain In Kairoukl, and Jbitulithic. iave-
ment from end of. Queen street bridge
:o Haekf eld wharf, the latter Item
amounting to 3950; For the Ewa dis
trict 11180,34, and 'for electioa -ex-
' penses llOlrihd lattejr frmo the geno-
ra fund.T he Items were ; favorably
jieported. c : : -':':f;.;v.
j Primed Pprfray ' : ' v
y : Hardly bad the clerk finished t the
reading ot tne minutes-or iormer meei
iDgs, when a' row started. Of course it
vras Low that was - responsible. He
wanted to know why in the name of
all that la decent In civic government
what the dickens the Mayor meant by
o; King' a, bill;: for 11818.61 for, re
pairs . to rile "Ai ayors's automobile."
Of course If the mayor Insisted tnat
the bill from the fichuman garage was
correct, he, merely an hamble super
visor would not presume to doubt His
Honor's ;wordv but-wejl it looked very
.strange Iti- cah ipiir k ter r that ? the
machine was taken to the garage buf
fering from a severe case of "bump
lti3 " the symptoms' ot which deveiop
e1 after; a. hurried trip. fQ other
side of the island tafcen by Super
visor Low and others. Low rememcer-J
ed the "bump" but, fa fled io -ecoiirct
nnrthin? amis9 siia" Iht f.".r. The
'foolery was cut short after it dragged for, who is ia cbarge.pt the ornce of j
Its Weary length over the fifteea. or i'e uoaru ot neaiui uunog fueau- j
.twenty minutes of the board V time, ! sence of Chief Bowman, who wt nt io
Lj tho approval of the bill. . ! : use wnan ana maa.iae same eiperi:
i Undismayed Low returned to the enec with,Correa as Christian did.
charge later when ie Introduced a Correa refused to give up the oranges
resoluUon provialng that summary ar- aod oen threatened, with rrest an
rests shall follow the use Of old news- Iswered that it was immaterial to him.
papers s wrappers for fish la the nsh A warrant was sworn out for Correa s
market- 'Mnfraf ; managed to ; get arit on a charge of violating the rule
twenty-four hours grace for tie n.ur- the board -of agriculture and forest
ket men. bt nfter today any violation W a terbeang arrested he was
f the rule will te followed by a trip allowed his liberty on his own recog-
' HILO, Hawaii, Dec. 2. Charged
with .' violating the regulations of the
board of agriculture and forestry, At
torhcy A. G. Correa was iarrested here
last Saturday. ' The regulation pro
vides against the importation into any
other district of , any '.fruit grown ; In
NorthT- Kohala,;. and - Correa allowed
himself to be arrested In the endeavor
to test the validity, of 3 the regulation,
claiming A. that .it is, unconstitutional,
and that" he will -.suficeei L inVdoing
away with it. . : . V;. I;- ;.' '
Correa was a-passenger on 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
stepped by Inspector Christian, , the
f ru i t-fly - inspector, -who demande d th e
fruit, but. Correa. refused.to give them
up. He- said tbat Chrstiaa-might ex
amine the fruit bQt 0, would not al
low the destruction the Xruit. as it
was not infected, he .claimed. V
Christian explained that; he was not
authorized to inspect the fruit, but to
destroy it, and this be-, proposed to do.
He was told that the only, way in
which he could get possession of the
f riiit was by usj.ng force.
Inspector, Joe.Caceres was. then sent
Subdivision of the
On King and Ymmg Streets, near Pii
This beautiful Tpropei is placed at ; the disposal of
, home buyers on good terms if desired.
These Lots Have Been On the Market for Comparatively Few
Days, and Sales Indicate that Careful Buyers Appreciate
the Exceptional Opportunity to Secure Valuable Property.
Size of Lots from 5000 to 7000 square feet
Intending Purchasers are invited jto ; inspect tlie property
and make application to ;
Fort Street, near Merchant .
nee In the police court
, Clean Out Tenements
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Judge Wise tBi- mofnlng and will be
continued until ' next Thursday.
Supcrviwr Murray 'Tauntl fault with Q . w . , , m n CD" Y C TU C
some of the statements made at the . PLAY N U MBER OF TH t
big mass ' meeting held in the ' Bijou
theater last Sunday night.
-Iet the police rid the tenements
ENGINEERING IDLER OUT
The play number Of. the -"Engineer-1-
.mnnrf Viit-iii , KtrPt and !n that vi- g taier" nas Deen4ssuea at me mm
cinity of the hangers-on and prosti- lege of Hawaii this week and i3 ex-
tntes, anq prevent parents irunt euu . i'"t-
ing their daughters to the pol and' devoted to accounts of the play given
.nrr ehrim invi nprhiinftun fmnrove- Thanksgiving week, which, accounts
n.An r rnnAitinn mnv hp are both humorous and serious.' Ther
made,M he said. ' " - ."art supplement" includes several in-
He'moved that a letter be address- terasting cuts of the student actors.
n chfii-irf i trait fUnr ha , t-The staff of the "Engineering Idler"
ctiHAK tn ha nei nf ripiirin' ntit has kindly offered the sheets of its'
the tenement house -district of prosti- nextlssv.e to the co-eds of the college,
tutes and making arrests. and it is likely that they will accept
Attention was called to the work the opportunity to make known the
Ings or the dance hall ordinance, feminine views of school activities.
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 are rather poor, it has proved a
what shoutd be established here. ;The great success at the college and there
inspectors are preparing to report to is no doubt but that it will be perma
the humane society concerning the nent. The college has long felt the
workings of the ordinance with re- lack of a school paper and so tbi3 one
spect to this fifteen-cent dance hall has been given a hearty -welcome. The
and a report would. be 6ent to the staff is composed only of student mem
board of supervisors from the society, bers of the college, qf which Ted Tra
it was stated that young girls were cy is the editor-in-ch.ief.. The paper is
going to this hall Where . men, under issued every two weeks on Monday.
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