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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THURSDAY, SEPT. 5. 1S01,
FOB SALE EVERYWHERE!
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Trade Mark Registered and owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuuanu St.,
qlao MOTEL ST., opposite Bothal.
INDIES' AND CHILDREN'S
$ 1 .2 5
11.50, )2. $2.25, $2.G0, 13. (3.50
Just Half the llcgulnr Prices.
These hats are all stylish; tlio
trimmings are the latest novel
ties In chiffons, laces, foliage, rib
Wo are overstocked that's tho
reason for the big cut.
Hurry along; they won't last
ENGLISH RUGS are still on
'sale at last week's prices.
FIGURED COTTON DRE88..
GOOD3 reduced from 151 and 2V
per yard to
15 YARDS FOR $1.
COTTON TORCHON LACES
and Insertions to match, all
width, Be? yard or 12 yards for 501.
FOR FRIDAY NIGHT BY
STEAMER JAMES MAKEE
Asylum Stone Crusher Matter
Abeyance -South Sea Vil
lagers May Not be
THE ALARM OF MR. KAY
IS PROYED UNFOUNDED
Professor Koebele Describes the Habits
of the New Pasturage Grass Be
ing Introduced Into the
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Dr. Sloggctt, president, E. A. Motl
Smlth, Dr. Moore nnd V. C. Smith con
stltutcd the meeting of tho Hoard of
Health yesterday afternoon, Dr. I'ruit.
executive officer, and C. Charlock, sec
retary, being In nttenclance.
Knlunwahlne, a leper at Kalaupapn,
petitioned for permission to her litis
band In Kona, Hawaii, to come to her
as helper, she being too enfeebled to
tnko care of herself. The mntter was
laid over until Superintendent Key.
nolds could be consulted.
Another petition was from 03 lepers
living near the mountain, praying for
larger water pipes. This was made a
subject for Investigation on the visit
of the noard this week.
The president announced that tho
steamer James Makec had been secured
for the official visit to Moloknl on
Friday night. There was. accommoda
tion for not more than 35 passengers.
so that besides Invited guests, ln"luil
Ing members of the press, there would
be room for but about twelve persons.
A list of more applicants for permis
sion to go than could be accommodat
ed was read and the Hoard proceeded
to make a selection of those to be fa
vored. Dr. Pratt explained that under
Federal navigation law the steamer
was not allowed to carry more than 33
Mr. Mott-Smlth moved, second by
Mr, Smith, that the selection be made
from sons nnd daughters, fathers nnd
mothers of Inmates of the settlement
and that the executive officer Issue per
mits to not more thnn ten persons be
sides member of the Hoard and In
vited guests. Carried.
It was agreed that the steamer
should sail at 9 o'clock Friday night.
none to be allowed to pass the gang
way before 8:30.
The list of members of the Hoard nnd
Thomas S. Kay, the well known Ko
hulu planter, had a 'cCVr In a con
temporary the other day w heroin ho he
llously deprecatil the Inti eduction if
a pasturage grass liiti ineso Islands,!
"Mihimnnlii ln,ittti n, inn innaa " iu.
IHillllluiii; n.tw,,.. .... t,. b.h"., ""
he said. Ills objections .to the plant
he intnnt were that lit) roots penetrat
ed fiom one to five feet Into tho ground
and the grass, which grew from Joints,
climbed trees to one hundred nnd more
feet In height, being tncrcfore deadly
to trees and forests.
This looked serious, therefore a Bul
letin, reporter consulted 1'iof. Koebele,
tho gocrnmcnt entomologist, and
Agricultural Commissioner Wray Tay
lor on the subject.
I'rof. Koebele said- "Mr. Kny never
stated what he meant by para grass.
There are u great many grasses known
by that name. Tho grass being Intro
duced here camo from FIJI, whero It
was Introduced from Cuba by Ilaron
on Mueller himself."
The professor took up one of Baron
von Mueller's works as ho spoke, say
ing there was no higher authority, and
"There arc nbotit 300 species of panl-
cum known nnd the grass being Intro
duced here Is the pnnlcum spcctablle.
It is the 'coaplm' of Angoln from West
Africa, transferred to many other
tropical countries. 1 have not scn It
higher than ten feet In FIJI, climbing
over hushes and Into trees. Its seeds
I hare found but very rarely In that
country nnd as yet none have been ob
served here, where It has been planted
out some fifteen months. It will go In
to the open but not Into dense forests.
"I'anlcum spcctablle requires moist
places such as where the IIIIo graBs
grows at Its best. The Hllo grass Is
entirely strangled by the eoaplm.
which Is one of the most nutrltl
A MAN IN ARKANSAS
Could not repair his roof when It
rained nnd would not In fair weather
because It uld not need It.
DON'T be uncomfortable during tho
warm weather, when wo can furnish
you with either desk or celling fans at
GOOD IN THE HOME AND
GOOD IN THE OFFICE.
They will create a delightfully cool
breeze nnd keep away mosquitoes.
Hcgulnr $20.00 desk fans for. ..$16 00
Kegutar $56.00 celling tans for.. 40 00
KING STi, NEAR ALAKEA.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509,
P. O. BOX 834.
510 STANGENTVALD BUILDING.
TEL. MAIN 70
EX. SHIP HENRY VILLARD
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
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FOr THE WHOLESALE TRADE. "
Also Big Shipment of CAL. RED BRICK.
J THEO.' H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
. ' inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, near Ntiuimu.
General Merchandise. Diy Goods, Grocesrjcs.
Japanese Provisions, etc. ..7
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
.. DB02C 886 .BstrgLlra. 21B
Invited guests Is t..e following: Dr. , grasses known to me. I have seen
Sloggett, Dr. Moore. F. C. 8mlth, K, A. overrunning nn empty water ditch at
Mott-Smlth. Wm. Auld, Ilr. McDonald, ! the edge of n cane field only, at Nan
Dr. I'ratt. K. O. Keen, Mr. Plnkbnm, soiy MIHs, FIJI. Tho grass In that
J. A. McCandless, Judge Wilcox. V. 0. 1 country Is ery highly esteemed. It
Smith, Dr. Cofer, Dr. Oliver to return, 'should only bo planted In land used
J. D. McVeigh, F. J, Tcstn of the Inde- for pastures."
pendent nnd representatives of the .Mr. Tnylor added Ills testimony to
Advertiser. Uulletln. Republican, Star, , the fait that the grass had not seeded
Ka Ia n Hawaii and Aloha Alna. J In Hnwall. He 1ms a bed of It grow-
. letter from II. II. -Wright, secre- . Ing at tho back of his ofTieo In connec-
tary Department of Public Works, ac- Hon with the agricultural museum,
knnwlcdglng the receipt of nn ultima-
turn of tho Hoard ordering the removal m.. r? it
of tho roek crusher from the Insano .i,i . ti. .....
Asylum prcelnclts was read. It was r,upnrtlnBllt ,,' wrltt(,- 'B lotlcr ,J.
vcteil to lay the letter on the table. Captain JnmeH M. Forsyth, calling Tot
me appointment or J. u. i.ormnn as an explanation of the Interview with
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Constriction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Brldges.-JJulldlngs, Highways, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report of
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. M. AM. Soc C. B.,
Engineer and Manaxor.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Sccrctarr and Treasurer.
a sanltnry Inspector to fill n vacancy
made by tho executive officer, was con
firmed by vote.
Dr. Pratt reported on his conference
by direction of the Hoard, with Captain
Merry, tnmmnnrinnt of the naval sta
tion, upon the South Sea Island settle
ment on the naval reservation. Cap
tain Merry said lie had been seen by
Rev. Dr. lllnghnm. whom he told that
If tho fetllcrr. put the plate In win-r.M-y
rmlltiun they would Im .tll.v.cl
lo leiiinln. Thi commandant tin.! ts
sentcd to the proposition of tho cvecu
tlve oftlcer, that the city sanitary offi
cer should ferve notices tin the people
to put their houses In sanitary condl
tlon under pain of expulsion. Dr.
Pratt recommenced that this nctlon b
taken, which was adopted.
Reports of sanltnry oflirlnls of the
Hoard were read nnd filed, A recom
mendation of the e., sanitary officer
to hnvo a filthy pond nt Kakaako ton
demned was defened until next meeting.
him bearing upon tho approaching In
qulry Into Admiral Schley H conduct
In the Spanish war, published today.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnl.n Laxative Ilromn Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money If It
tails to cure. h. W. Grovo's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuusnu St.
New Line of Europeim Goods. '
Gentlemen's, Lndlcs' nnd Children's Hats.
Chinese Grass Linen, all colors.
Dress Goods, Pongee Silks.
A large variety of cloths made up In the
P, O. Box WS. TBI. It.
WTNC3r yjSTO CHA3NT
THE OLDEST CHi. 'HSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DssUrs lo Flo Silks u4 Grn LI mm. ChlntM tnd Japaotti Goods ol All Kinds.
no-it Nuuanu tftt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Alnuliau, the home of former Gover
nor (.'leghorn, was once mote a scctiu
of gaiety lust iiislu, reminding one of
ho?pltnhlc events In the lives of no
hoiit's lamented wlfo und daughter, tho
'rtu I'rlnccsbcs Llkellko nnd Kalulaul.
This occasion was the marrlago of Miss
Klslt Robertson to Mr. James E. Jac
ge.-, tho brldo being Mr. Clcghorn'a
Igiiindilaughtei' nnd dntighter of Mr.
I and Mrs. James W. Itobcrtton. The
puents of the brldo held tho offices of
rlinmberlnln nnd lndy-ln-waltlng In the
j royal household under Queen L.lluoka-
Rcr, V. 11. Kltcat, of St. Andrew's
cathedral clergy, performed tho cere
mony. Organist iray Taylor of the
same church played the wedding music
nn tho piano, Henry Jaeger, brother
of the groom, was best man, nnd Misses
MuLel and Helen Robertson, sisters of
the bride, respectively bridesmaid and
maid of honor.
A reception from 8 to 11 o'clock was
attended by hundreds of guests. Lio
nel Unit nnd John II. Jones wero the
ushers. The houso nnd grounds weie
llr.cly decorated and Illuminated.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish tyl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALD AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
We are making a specialty of selling the verv
best KONA COFFEE, and will assure you of
the best satisfaction If bought at : ; ; : :
C. J. DAY & CO.v
BaT Groceries delivered free to all parts of the city.
Dr. I'lercc's Klec
trlc Hotly Mattery
Awsv with Drues I Inv.t-
- tlgite. S.nJ for "Hook
Irt po. v ' AJJreft
IGKCl! IU!CTKIC CO.,
620 M'-ket it., S. P.
J the best in t f" 'Qmt'SiSS
seventy years -.1 W$M2r
t In O CLE m I " sW v&'tiM
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.. Sole Agents
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