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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1920.
N. 8. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS.
We have bought by private
contract, for two bits on the
dollar, the entire stock of Sch
weitzer & Co., wholesale dry
goods dealers.of San Francisco,
and shall place same on sale
on Monday next and following
days at unheard-of prices.
This will be by far the v largest
and most important sale of dry goods
ever held in Honolulu, and buyers failing
to take advantage of our offerings will
regret it as long as they live.
We desire to call your attention to a
f ew of the leaders :
A fine assortment of Feather
Stitch Braids in white and
colors Regular price 12c.
Our Price 4 pieces for 2?c.
In large varietv ; will be sold
out at 10c each
G. D. Corsets,
And other makes ; must be
cleared out at, - 50c per pair
Children's Summer Waists
Must go at 10c each ; regular
A fine line of Ladies' Drop
Stitch Hose, in black or white,
at 3 pairs for 50c
4t 4? 4? &?
the many specials you will
play. Call and see us; it
N. 8s Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE PEOPLE'S PROVIDERS.
A nice variety of Window
Scrims and Curtain Nets; will
go at 10c a yard
Just one case, containing
100 pieces Roller Towelling,
will be sold at 2? yards for $1
A small lot of Boys' Blouse
Waists, will be closed out
at 15c each
Twenty five pieces of Turkey
Red Table Damask, regular
6?c value, marked to go
at 25c per yard
A large assortment of Black,
Cream and White Laces matk-
d at prices that will make
go. Laces that are worth qOc ,
our price o..ly 10c.
A splendid lot of Tooth
Brushes, regular 2Jc and ?c
qualities, will all goat 10c each
20 dozen good serviceable
Clothes Brushes, usually sold
at 2c. each,
Our price 10c. each.
We are offering a Corsst
Cover lor 50c that we have
sold 2,000 of at 8?c each.
Are an item we would have
you examine. You will find
every desirable kind in our
stock, and at the right prices
only a few of
will prove a
HEALTH BOARD SESSION
OF OUTSIDE TOWNS
Salary of Plumbing Inspector Discussed
-Cost of Sewer Connections
Rules for Settlement Visitors
F.J Lowrcy presided at the Erard
of Health meeting jestcrday afternoon.
Dr. Wood, president, had a bad cold
that made him hoarse, consequently he
took his sent "on the floor of tho
house." Others present were Attornsy
General K. I. nolo, Dr. N. D. Kmcrto.i
and Dr. C. II. Cooper.
Dr. Carter wrote asking If It was ne
cessary to hac his llce.isc to practice
renewed under the new regime. Tho
answer vvns It wan not.
An application was received from
Mis. Alfred Willis to have n balance ol
about 1-00 remaining of a relief fund
contributed by residents and placed In
Dr. Wood's hands In plague time, turn
ed oer to tho Victoria hospital for In
Auditor Austin wrote about the sal-
ary of Mr. Duffy, sanitary plumbing
Inspector. Dr. Wood made a statement
from which it appeared that the Inspec
tor Intended to resign, and It nns de
slrablo that before he gave up the du
ties an assistant should be coached
therein to tnko his place. Mr. Duffy
was willing to continue If the lloird
paid him J2."0 n month rnd he to main
tain his own drhlng rig. It was de
cided to nsk the opinion of the Supreme
Court as to whether the Inspector could
bo paid on this basis.
Proposed health regulations for Wat
lukti and Knhulut came up. Mr. Low
rcy asked If a uniform set of regula
tions could not be prepared to apply
to all country places. Dr. Cooper mov
ed that this question Lit referred to a
commltteo of tlnee.
Dr. Wood thought that besides Ho
nolulu the only towns requiring sani
tary regulations were IIIlo, Wulluku,
Kahulul and Lahnlna.
Tho motion was generally dlscusaej
A schedule of rates for house con
nections w(th Ben era vvafc received from
the Superintendent of Public Work
with a request for tho Hoard's consider
ation and opinion. Mr. Low rcy naked
If tho Hoard had nnj thing to do with
Dm. Garln and Piatt, executive olll-
cer and sanitary Inspector respectively,
explained that tho Superintendent of
Public Works desired thu Hoard's an
pervlslon of the matter.
Mr. Dolo did not Know If tho Hoard
had an thing to do with the matter.
In tho absence of an appropriation fot
maintenance of seners, tho schedule.
was devised to raise funds for that
Dr. Wood considered tho rates to be
In the samo category a-, those for wu
Tho matter wus tabled for one week.
Mr. I.owrey stated that Supcrlntcn
dent Reynolds desired to hno tenders
Invited for canned meats for tho Mold'
kal settlement, which should bo at cer
tain prices deliverable at required from
time to time.
I.orrln Andrews appeared before thr
Hoard as attorney for n Chinese, coffsc
shop proprietor at Iwllel who felt that
ho had been subjected to hardship In
being refused n lleenso owing to the
fid lure of a neighbor to comply with
J, D. McVeigh, Inspector ,was ask.U
for a statement of tho case, and gavo as
tho reason of refusal of license the fact
that tho aggrieved party had not con
structed his cesspool In accordance
with the regulations,
Tho matter wns icf erred back to thu
parties for an agreed statement of
Dr. Kmerson read tho report of u
commltteo on precautionary measures
to govern visits to tho leper settleinen
Tho Intention Is to allow relatives and
friends of Inmates to mako moro fre
quent visits to them than tvvlco a yeir,
ami to nuvlnte tlio visitation or a
crowd on thu semi-annual visits of In
spection of tho Hoard to tho place Su
perintendent Rcjnnlda iluvlscd tho pUu
under consideration, which allows v toi
lers to hold communication with la
mates without personal contact 'I'lili
Dr, Kmcrxnu said, was not a final 10-
port but presented to elicit discussion
No other number had nn thing to
say, and tho Hoard subsided Into execu
Plndtio In Intllii.
London, Oct. S. "rtulmiilc ilngun,"
ea j 6 a dlsimtcli to tliei Daily .Mall from
Rumba), "In becoming epidemic In
many illHtilclH of tho llomhay Prei
ileury. Alainilut' Increaaea uru lepurt
ed from I'oo.v mid llelKaum, vvhllu tin
eoitt porta mo Infected. Tho cottiu
empa huvti withered III AhmediiaKar
and llljiipur illatrlrtH In ceniBi cjiitnco W,
Basaafius Hour!! iurnehea that awful
thirst. On tup at Rcutou, Smith &
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock $100,000.
Capital, paid up,
W. C. Achl President 'A Manager
M. K. Nakuin Vloa President
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha M Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
The above Company will buv. laasa.
or soil land! In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and alio has bouse In the City
uiuuumam jur zeal, J49V-V1
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
OT We will Bo or Utlt Real Eatateln
dl parte of the group.
OT We will Bell Fropertlee on Reason
.ble Commissions 1
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher 0! Titles .
Visitors are cordially invited to
.all and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
t. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To be had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
Star Oyster House
COKNLR TORT AMJIIOTLL STS.
Steaks and Chops.
Oysters any Style.
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
First Cuss work guarantlll
Union St. near Hotel nog
Young St bet. Alapal & Kaplolanl Sts.
Newly furnUheJ rooms with loird
Also table board, releplione i 71 Hluc.
Art Dmbi'oldery Tmijjht,
Let-sons In ART n.MllllOinuilY will
bo Klvtn by Mrs. II. II. Williams at th
City I'urnlturo Htoro, Port treot.
I'lrst Class stamping ilono,
MRS, U. II. WH.WAM3.
Agists, Brokers and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN - President
J. B. CASTLE...- ut Vice-President
W. M. ALEXANDER....! Vice-President
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and AuJItot
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial Sc Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlleu Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Kahulul RallroaJ Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. ft.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of 81
Baldwin Locomotive Works, M
Philadelphia, I'cnn., U. S. A.
Ken ell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'a Chemical Fertile
Alex, Cross & Sons, high grade Far.
tlllzcrs for Cano and Coffee.
Reed'a Steam Pino Covering.
ALSO OKFKR FOR SALE
Parafilno Paint Co.'s P. & D. I'alnU
and Papers; Lucol and Llnsee
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), at
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Llmf
CASTLE & COOKE
Tb. Pwt PllOlltl'l! Co,
Tb. Walilua AfTlculnvtl Co , I (,!
Tb. Kob.li Surir Co
Th W.l.n.. Sujif Mill Co.
Tb. Kolot AgtlculluMl Co,
Tb. Follon Iron Work., SI l.ell. M.
Tb. Stinaira oil Co.
Tb. Co. f. Bilk. Stm Poa.l.
Tb. Na EnsLoJ Lll. loaoraac. C, .1
Tb. tn. Fir. lot Co. or Hinltrl, am
Tb.Allltnc. Aiiur.nc. Ca ol Lo.i.B
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manitu
Claus Spreckcls Vice President.
W, M. Olffard ..Second Vies President
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Bee
Geo. J. Ross Audit
lanus o in
90IANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAKT
OF BAN FBANOIBCO. OAU
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macb n, Bta.
Qmn tlriil, Hooolulo H.I
Company, Ookil. Su.it I'lant. Co, Onoa.t Sian
Co,, Hnnomu but.r (.0 , Willultu Sui.i Co , Mum
Sur.r Co . lUUik.lt H.rch Co., Molok.l R....I
Pl.nur t Mn. Sin Fr urn Piikit t.i. Ir m.
m 1.0. . kin. or uoajim t .CKtla
LIST OK OFFICERS
O, M. Cooke, President) Qoorfe Ja
RobortHou, Manauert K. F. BUhop
Treanuror and Kocrctaryj Col. W. w,
Alien, Auuiiir; r, u. Jonen, 11. water
houw), Pen. R. C'artitr, Dlroetora.
(jineril Mtniger ol
Tl9 Xqojtable Lift Assurince Scdttf
Of Iha United Htstesfoi the lUwsllM
Ontom Moehsnt street. Ilor
M. PHILLIPS k 00.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
Zaropean and American D7 aw
Foil sort QnwnHti. 1I1,
H. HAOKPELD & CO., Ltd
EKEHAL C0HHISS10K mm
Cor, For. tod Quwu tilrttii Uoactftli
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