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EVENING BtLLfimN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1901,
THI8 IS ONB OF THE GREATEST LACE
seasons of recent years, and beautlful.laces of a fine
quality afe greatly In demand. Our heavy purchases
enable us to offer some of the most desirable laces of the season
at prices that we are positive cannot be equalled elsewhere.
ALL OVER LACES A very fine assortment In silk and cotton.
Just the thing for trimming shirt waists.
The great superiority of our Trimming
Department Is a matter of common know
ledge. , It's values cannot be approached
by others. ---------
SILK APPLIQUE In new patterns of black and white. The new
designs are simply exquisite.
MUSLIN AND CHIFFON TUCK1NGS
very suitable for yokes. 7 he designs are all
new, and the prices very low.
A FANCY SILK CHANCE
one good item tumbles along after another. This one
is bound to engross your attention. For just one week,
ending Saturday next, we will sell regular Si. 25 and
$1.50 per yard, fancy silks handsome stripes and
fancy figured patterns, at the uniform price of
95 cents per ard
KOBO BUST PERFECTORS
Lend added beauty and-grace to the female form divine. Any
woman who wears one can have a beautiful figure. Try one.
Pg Don't forget that we have Fine Sheer Linen for
5J handkerchiefs and fancy drawn work.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
A NEW LINE OF
GOLF SHIRTS, fAJAMAS,
DOILIES, JEWELRY, ETC.
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED.
I HOTFL ST., NEAR NUUANU
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARR1VB
EX. 6HIP HENRY V1LLARD
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
COMMITTEE DEALS WITH
ROADS BRINES AND LIKE
Hilo Comes in for a Big Sliot Large
Items or Compromise Figures
Adopted What Various
Is recommended fo build mi
-tUainiitfiMA t-f-J.irL. t.ujT'i
weak ana overworked .and nrodncp'snimri...'.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Tho conference cotnmlttco waded
through roads, bridges, wharves, steam
rollers, etc., for tho various Islands at
Utb session yesterday afternoon. Illlo
camo out at tho top or the list. A great
many of tho Items stricken out of the
IIouso bill by tho Senate cro reinsert
ed upon the members from the loner
branch making the proper explana
tions and Invariably, tjie higher figure
or a compromise between that nnd the
lower was paseml.
North ami South Kohala got the fol
lowing: Wnlalcalea road to Kaahuhu,
(3000; Kehonl to Ilo'nolpo, $200; Mabu-
kona to I'uuhuc, $400; Ptiehuchu to
Walmen, $10,00); Knwalnao to Wal
mea, $2000; Kawalhao to Kahualono,
$4200; Knwnlhnc-kal to I'uuhue, $4000,'
completion of road from Wnlmca to
North Kona, $22,000; completion of
road from Huchuo to boundary of
South Kohala, $24,000.
North Kona Repair road Kalluo to
Kcauhou-kal, $3000; roads North Kona,
$12,000; from Keahualono to lluchue,
South Kona Roads, South Kona,
$12,000; from Kaouc. South Kona, to
boundary of Kail, $10,000; Hoopuloa to
Mllolll, $500; steam roller for South
Kona, $3000; same for North Kona, $3,
000. South Hllo Kalwlnl and Kaumana
road. homestead, $1S,000; Hllo roads,
$50,000; Hllo sidewalk, $3600; Hono
III to Pairalkou, $23,000; Walluku
Lrldge, $10,000; Walakea bridge. $10,
000; Widening Front street, $30,000;
road from Walakeo bridge to Kcau
North Hllo Roads and Bridges, $25,.
000; Walkamalo to Maulua , $8000;
Koanalll to Ookala, JC000; Walpuna
lau to Klllau, $6000.
Kau Constructing roads, homc
Blcads, Nlnote and Wallnu, $3000; pur
chasing steam roller, nnd freight, $3,-
930; purchasing rock crusher, and
freight, $2500; maintenance roads nnd
bridges, $10,000; complete road from
l'ahala to Volcano house, $10,000;
Nlnolo road, $2000; road between Ka
huku and South Kona, $1000.
Puna Constructing road from Ka
mallt to Kalapana, $10,000; construct
ing road from Kaola through the set
tlements at KalmuVand Kalapana to
Kahaualea, $12,000; constructing road
from l'ahoa to road of Hllo Railroad
Co., $6000; repairing road from I'oholkl
to Kamalll, $1000; repairing road from
Toholkl to Koae, $10000; repairing road
from tho 20-mlle post at l'ahoa to I'o
holkl, $1500; repairing road from tho
20-mlle post at l'ahoa to termination
of road upper Kalapana, $2500; con
struction road 10 feet 'lde from upper
Kalapana to tho Kalapana settlement
at tho beach, 3',-i miles, $3500; con
structing road from Kupahua to land
ing at Kuunaloa, $600; road from tho
22 miles,' Volcano road to the limit of
tho Olaa old reservation, $10,000; ex
tending I'ock'a road, $r000; now rood
at tho 15-mlle Volcano road running a
nortbucBterly direction, $5000.
Roads nnd Bridges, Maul (Hana)
Roads and bridges, $3000; road I'una
Inn to Muolca, $4000; Walohue to Wal
luanul. $1000; Hana to Muolea, $4000;
Ilnna to Kcnnac, $S00; Kcanne to Kal
lua, $15,000; road Mailo. $500; Kaele
ku to Hana, $10000; Klpahulu to Ka
Icpa (old road), $3000; Klpahulu to
Mokulait (new), $20,000; Kaupo to
Makawao Roads and bridges, $3,
000; Kula homestead road, $3000; Ku
la to MuKawuo, $5000; macadamizing
road from 1'ala to Makawao, $2000; re
grading road I'ulehu, $500; regradlng
roid Walohull, $S00; regradlng road
Maliaw'ao to Ulumnlu, $1000; regrad
lng load Haiku to Huelo, $3100;
bridges, $5000; mountain trails, $3000;
road damages, Wiaknn, $1000; rock
crusher, Jlukawao, $800.
Walluku Roada and bridges, $3000;
road Walluku to Ma'alucn, $5000; Wal
luku to Wnlheo bridge, $1000; Wallu-
I.U to Kahulul, $2000; Maalaea to Mana
Iwalnul, $J000; Kahulul to Makuwa
l.lne (Reach road), $10000; Kahulul to
Makauno upper toad, $2500,' Kahulul
to Maknwao Kula road, $2000; Walkauu
cross road, $1000; Waliieo to Walchu
road, $1000; Makcna to Ulupalakua,
$750; Vlupnlakuu to AuwnbL $2500;
f.upelol to Walalo pond. $500; Wallico
bridge repairs, $300; Knlua brldgo re
pairs, $.'00; .Maalaea to Kihel, $4500;
new bridge, Maalaea to Kihel, $1500;
road Implements, $750; new road Iao
(2 bridges), $10,000; steam roller," and
frtlght. Walluku. $3600.
Lnhaliin Roads ami bililges, $2000;
l.ahalmi to Manaw.ilnul, $5000; talial
na to Honolim, $2000; Honolua to Ho
nokolinu to Walluku lino $1000; road
rapulua to extend to meet Halanlanl
road at Kapniilu, $5000; roads, Laliai
na, $2000; steam roller for l-nhalna,
BOARD OF HEALTH HOLDS
AN UNIMPORTANT SESSION
Garvin Present to Hake a Quorum
and Reappearance of E. A.
Mott-Smith Are the
Tho Board of Health met In regular
session yesterday itu President 81nj
gett In the chair. Members present
were: Attorney General K. P. Role,
Fred Smith, D. A. Mott-Snlth and Dr.
C, I,. Garvin.
Ex-Prcsldent Dr. Raymond was
present with an application for permis
sion to erect a slaughter house nt Ka
haulka. The permission was granted
on motion of Dr. C. U Onnin.
A license to prnctlro mcdlclno was
granted to Dr. Byrne.
, requisition fiom Dr. Wlnslow for
saddle bags was denied.
The matter of finding a new place to
burn garbage. The Bishop Estate has
protested agalntt further burning of
rubbish on their lands In Kakaako.
Tho Union feed Company has also
protested. Dr. Pratt suggested n place
En a of lwllel as a temporary location,
Executive Ofllcer Pratt was appointed
to attend to the matter.
The matter of the paint contracts
came up again. Tho contractors refus
ed to undertake to deliver palal at any
place except Honolulu, Tho Hoard re
fused to accept It nt any place except
Molokal. The matter was thcrcforo
laid od tho tabic Indefinitely. It was
tho feeling that It would bo Just as
well to defer the palnl deal anyhow, ns
the famine shuns signs of disappear
Inspector Well, who Is 111, was glen
a leac of absence to go to the Coast
to regain his liealth.
Tho hospital nt Llhuo which was dis
continued some time ago on account of
lack of patronage Is wanted by private
parties. The negotiations were turned
over to Executive Ofllcer Pratt.
The correspondence between J. H.
Uojd, Superintendent nt Public Works
and II. A. Isenberg, representing tho
Oriental steamship comrantcs. Tho
companies have been ghen permission
to uso a portion of the Channel wharf
for the housing of Immigrants. Tho
Immigrants nrc those who may hao
passed tho time limit at tho Quaran
tin station but have not been ndmlt
ted by tho civil authorities. All cx
pense of fitting up the place. Is to bo
borne by the steamship companies and
at any time tho premises may be need
ed by the Federal Health officers or tho
Board of Health possession Is to be Im
Tho report of the Mnlulanl hospital
for the month of June was rend, show
ing receipts of $326 during the month.
Figuring the 'balance on hand June 1,
and tho expenses, the amount on bant
After hearing the reports of the
health oflltcrs the meeting adjourned.
J. C. Qulnn came in while tho meet
ing was In progress and complained of
tho wnsto water from the brewery. Ho
p.lil I, nm. flnmllnn fAttnn , .,faa( ml
. the neighborhood. An Inspector was
.sent to Investigate at once. Ho rc
I ported that the brewery drain pipe had
clogged up and a stream of water 12x4
Inches was (lowing Into the street.
TO CURE A UOLD IN ONE DAT.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Ttblefi.
All druggists refund the money it It
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
U on each box. SS cent.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sta.,
olno HOTEL. ST., opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works 'Phone, 389
Save YOHf Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from .
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yob will never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a Guarantee at a price- -well
you cannot nfford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN ;o
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam nnd Klectrlc Construction;
Hans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, in all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Hlghvnys, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWKQ, M. AM. Soc. C. E., '
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.'
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nutianu St., Telephone 104.
HAVING PURCHASED THB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CIHS. HUSTACB, wewbh to
Inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery ,
We ask a share of your patronage : : : :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
C. J. DAY & CO.
Tho Ironing Bulletin, 75 cents per
Tbe ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have n glf.es of Seattle," Is mors
often heard than anything else. Thi
Criterion Saloon baa the beer on Up CT
Id botMts. 1
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HI O ( aon.polionotit
ctitrgr. or or imUincM.
lion. Irritation ur ulctri
tlon of mucouf mem
14 few Ikramlmia-
in-.r; i.r:trr,2i u
Larcnltr kdi uq rwucit.
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Sandal Wood Boxen. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
J All colors,
MBRCHAN 1 TAILOR, A lrce variety of cloths made up InMie
latest styles. '
i:rxx. 11 10 iNuuanu b.
Dr. Pierce's Clec
trie Rody Buttery
Away with Drugs I Invei
tle.tr, S.nJ for "Hook
lt ho, v" A4Jre m
- IMRKCU !LI!CTKIC CO,,
620 Market At,, S. P,
I ffim! mm eaPin the rain I
m&$Mff lWlVS '3t$m from which thc world rnowncd cyfUS
wF'fyl i MTV WllJ 9 Noble whiskey is distilled.
Blfskk. W P Wl VWaYIJI Nothing but (he finest grade of corn or
WmSimk ryei$us I
HHkw5 ro'lil $vmMM exPensc '5 5P,1rcc' n i$ distillation.
SkMSw imwiW JwPM ThaJ '5 why il has been he leadcr a" over I
iSPw 1 (iknJtyptfiiitik the wor,(i or ovcr $even,y ye"s' W
1'IwW vl'lsl' W$JXKu H i$ six years in wood before bottling.
mmiff (Mhm It is pure and honest. fe
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