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THE WKKKU' HIT,0 TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER u), T905.
For the Stomach's Sake
an occasional glass of beer
is very good. It is a well
established fact that
1 contains corrective and tonic
!' qualities which make it in
valuable to the run-down
system . . . Apart from its
medicinal properties Primo
1 is an ideal beverage, well
suited to the requirements
of this climate.
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! Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well-
I Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A
I Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies
I of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
I WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
I CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Neckwear in great variety and
the newest patterns.
Wide and Narrow Four-in-Hands.
Club Ties and Bows.
; Wash Four-in-Hands.
1 Ties for Full Dress.
I Silk Suspenders (President.)
Linen Handkerchiefs in neat
, boxes, J-dozen in box.
Excellent Styles in Negligee
Shirts, sizes 14 to 17.
IN ORDER TO CLEAR
OUT OUR STOCK OF
1 Tins of Soups
we offer them at a very low price.
Though the price might indicate
that the goods are not in good
condition, such is not the case.
Our guarantee goes with ever'
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. Ltd.
Kaumana Real Estate
THREE MIJLES FROM POST OFFICE
A SPLENDID opportunity is offered to buy 82.8
ACRES of Laud, on the Kaumana Road, suitable
FOR RESIDENCE OR FARMING PURPOSES,
with THE FINEST VIEW of any suburban site.
FINE LAND FOR GRAPES
Three Acres Grape Laud (.iu Bearing). One Acre in
Vegetables. Orange, Peach -and other Fruit Trees.
All Fenced. Good Soil. Six-Room Dwelling, Kitchen
and Stable. PRICE, $10,000, EASY TERMS
J. C. Serrao,
NOVK.MltDK HIM.S L'All).
riiiiiiicr Committed Itrcommriiita
The report of the Finance Committee
upon sundry claim was made nt Fri
day's meeting of the Hoard of Supervisors
nud was adopted. The report is ns
The following demands ngaiust Hie
County lmve been exiiiuiucd nud your
committee recommends payment thereof
from the general fund in the following
Wnll, Nichols Co., supplies, $61.85;
Hilo Mercantile Co., supplies, $16.15;
Hawaii Hernld, printing, $5.75; Hilo
Tribune Co., supplies. $15.25; Hilo F.lec-
trie Light Co., lights sheriffs office,
fS.35; H. Hnckfeld & Co., supplies,
$30.05; W, A. Fetter, tnilcagc, $5.25; O.
111.) for two persons nud officer, M. Cole
man, f3; your coininitlcc rccouiincnds
that this demand be not nllowed for the
reason that the officer is entitled to tnilt
ngc only, together with such ca9h fare ns
he may be required to ndvancc for the
transportation of prisoners according to
the usual means of travel in the locality,
which In this case Is by train. Your com
mittee has reconsidered the demand of
Miss Madeline Stolder $10 and finds no
reason to reverse Its former recommend
altou, viz.: ''This claim also your com
tuittcc recommend be not paid ns it is n
Territorial chnrgc." However, ns Mr.
Henry Smith, Clerk of Judiciary Depart
ment, Honolulu, has submitted n com
lnunicntioii to the lloaid 011 behalf of
Miss Stolder, which wns referred to your
committee, nfter careful consideration,
we find (nils to show that the same was a
proper charge against the county, but on
Yotaro, mileage, $SSi Coroner's In j the contrary plnlnly shows that Miss
finest, jurors fees, ?3; 1'oa V. Alull,
wireless message, $ 1.05; Win. Kino, in
terpreter, $2; N K. I.ymau, $.'; I.. A.
Andrews, garbage, $3.75; 1. C. Ilcamer,
supplies fire dept., $2.25; S. II. Webb,
repairing safes, f 10; O. W. Rose, plumb
ing police station, fa 52; Painting police
station, I,. Rich. $22.75; J- Matmiula,
$19 25; C. 11. Lyman, salnry (July) $36.29;
W. M. Kcolnnui, cash advanced for trans
portation of prisoners to Honolulu,
$16.25; City Stables, transportation jurors,
$21.25; Ridgway & Rldgway, 1 safe,
$149.47; Vol. Stables, passenger fare,
county ntty (Ilouoknn), $13.45; county
ally nud clerk (Knii), $45.91; Sheriff's
office (Knu), $15780; Dr. S. Kushima,
witness (Honokaa , $28.25; "Ho Tel. Co.,
sheriff's telephone, $16 25; High Sheriff,
support of prisoners, $290; Kodaui, board
4 witnesses, $8.25; Palm Restaurant,
meals 2 witnesses, .75; I. I. S. N. Co.,
transportation prisoners (bat), $5; Kila
uea Volcano House, meals, sheriff's
As to this last claim your committee
has made a reduction as under Ordinance
No. 11 now in force, the county is not
responsible for the board of salaried
officers, and further that the ch irge for
meals Is excessive.
These four claims your committee re
mends be not paid:
Chas. Williams, P. O. Box rent, $3.25;
Dr. C. h. Stow, medical services, $2,25;
C. P. Kaiua, mileage, $38.65; J. Knailau,
The first for the reason already set
forth iu our report dated Nov. 9th, 1905,
Stolder should look to the Territory fur
payment. It is stated in said communi
cation that "Miss Stolder is n steno
grapher of the Judiciary Department
hired for such duty temporarily." No
doubt she received some pay for her ser
vices from the Territory. Why not for
nil her services? The mere fact that the
county sheriff certified that she perform
cd some services at court lit the prosecu
tion of n prisoner that wns convicted docs
not oblige the comity to pay the demand.
Witnesses nt Kan term: K. F. Rogers,
$67.75; W. 1$. Johnson, $67.75; James
Dr. 11. D. lloud, another witness at
Knu term, files a demand for $65.10, one
item of which is for fare from Honolulu
and return $25, although Dr. llond is n
resident of Koliala. It is not shown that
he was summoned at Honolulu. There
fore your committee recommends that
the fare on the Kluau be reduced to the
amount charged from Kohala nud return,
to-wit: $10, leaving the amount due
$50.10. With said exception your com
mittee recommends payment of all the
above demands of witnesses.
Your committee further recommends
that warrants be drawn iu favor of Geo.
Desha, Postmaster, for postage as follows:
Treasurer's office, $5: Auditor's office,
$5; Attorney's office, $5; Clerk's office,
$5; and that the county clerk be directed
to purchase stamps to the amount of $20
iu such denominations us the several
officers may designate by written requisi
tion, not exceeding $5 each.
Demand No. 588 has been referred
nothing new appearing to cause n change - county attorney with n request
in the same; the second, because the1-118 llc furnish this Board at its next
medical treatment and services rendered rcRuInr session, nil opinion as to the
were for a private citizen, whom If he Is county's liability therefor.
an indigent person, the government
physician should treat free of charge; the
last two because the provisions of Ordin
ance No. 11, upon which the demands
arc based, arc locally applicable or appli
cable to the county only.
Voucher No. 690, Vol. Stables & T.
Co. items for express and freight arc each
$1.60, but the item in this demand for
$15 being "Livery from Gleuwood to 25
miles and return to Hilo, Deputy Sheriff
I'etter, O. Yotaro and Doctor," your
committee recommend be not allowed for
the reason that mileage has already been
nllowed and is intended to cover nil
transportation charges 011 such trips as
well as ull other charges. Therefore the
payment of $1,60 is recommended.
Voucher No. 582, Hnmagili for stage Electric Light Co., electric
fare from 11 miles, Olnn, to Hilo (12 p. $263.85.
The following items to be paid out of
the road funds of the District of South
Hilo, we find arc correct, iu proper form,
and duly certified by the persons who
ordered the supplies nud contracted for
the services rendered, mid recommend
that warrants issue therefor:
Laborer's pay roll, aggregating $919.50;
T. M. Rowland, overseer, $14: N. K.
Lyman, road supervisor, $80.50; N. C.
Willfong, tax commission, $41.60.
Supplies as follows: W. I'. Peterson,
$37-75: K. N. Holmes, $8.25; II. Hack
feld & Co., $35.87; T. H. Davies&Co.,
$5,75; Richards & Schoen, $3. 75; Wnll,
Nichols Co., $2; Vol. Stables & T. Co.,
$76.25; Hilo Mercantile Co., $255.38;
Hilo R. R. Co.. $21.64; Hilo R. R. Co.,
repairing rock crusher, $154.48 nud Hilo
1 THANKSGIVING j
S No better way of showing one's gratitude s
j and appreciation for the good things that zs
S we have received could be desired than zz
S the partaking of a palatable -r;
I DINNER j
5 with all the necessary accessories of
j white wine, table claret and brandies.
I ND j
S during the holidaj' season, when we put 3
E aside our petty differences and love our s
js: fellow man, S
S loses its true significance and lesson of s
good fellowship without a glass of sherry 3
or champagne to j3
the heart and make the world akin. We zzs
also have a complete assortment of Amer- 3
ican and European whiskeys, gin, beers 3
and liqueurs. 3
1 SERRAO 1
S Shipman Street f lNI TD 5
Telephone 7 LIViVVIV
g CO. LTD. if
We beg to call yotir attention to our assortment cases
of liquid refreshments for Thanksgiving
Day and following- holidays.
2 quart bottles Scotch or Bourbon
2 quart bottles Holland Gin, "Silver
12 quart bottles Primo Beer,
2 quart bottles Scotch or Bourbon
i quart bottle French Brandy, Hois
nard 4 Crown,
i bottle Honeysuckle Gin,
12 quart bottles Primo Beer,
i pint bottle Crown Cocktails, -
i quart bottle Gilby's Castle Grand i
Sherry, .... j
i quart bottle Old Oporto Port Wine, '
3 quart bottles German Rhine Wine,
3 quart bottles French Claret, - ,
2 quart bottles White Seal Cham- ,
i- quart bottle Maraschino, - i
We will be pleased to make up other cases to meet
individual wants at reasonable prices.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
When purchasing be sure that iu addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
prices, puis omy ircignt ana actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agonts,
L. TURNER CO,
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. MJCAS & CO., frop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, 1111,0
HAVU NOW A l'M.I.T OF '
and Small Boats !
I'OR 1'UHMC IIIRK I
1 ussctigers and bngnKe taken to ami
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowbonts to hire
(or private picnics ami moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam cn
cine. Sires from Vyi h. p. upwards,
lloats fitted with this engine or frames ot
any size to order. I'or particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS 'Manager
Wharf Road, Second Door
From the Ilridge.
I CRESCENT CITY
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors nud nil edged
tools perfectly ground. SatiBfac-
Second Door Above Ueiuoslhcucb' Cafe
SCOTCH AND AMERICAN WHISKIES
i Draught ami lloltlud lleer
Subscribe for the TuiuuNit. Sub
aeription $2-5 a year,