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'VENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. WEDNESDAY, JaS'. &, 190.
For 1906 Skirtsjnd Wash Suits
For skirt and thlrt waist suits. Colors: white, brown
navy, alios blue and linen SOd A YARD
New Wash Voiles ,
Cream, allee blue, brown and navy; 30c value (or
New; colon: white and champagne 35d A YARD
Mercerized Basket Weave
Nw for sklrtt 20i A YARD
A NCW ASSORTMENT OF
White Serge Skirts
Latest style and cut at S12.75 AND UPWARD.
New Panama Skirts
In navy and black; very stylish; at S8.75
Preparations arc going on for our great
Watch for the announcement
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREETS.
Kaimuki And Waikiki
Roads To Be
SUPERVISORS START NEW YEAR WELL
Estimates for January work amount
Ins to $54,035, of which $6,000 Is to
come from the Honolulu special road
tax fund, were approved by the Hoard
of Supervisors last evening. In meet
ing for the first session of the year.
Considerable business was accom-
Voad work from the requirement of pub
lico advertisement for tenders. It
sffinB to me that tho hauling of ma
terial for the purpose of repairing roade
Is Just as much a part of "road work"
as the actual laying and rolling of such
material. In other words the hauling
of material for road purposes Is a most
pushed and much was left over to be , important part of tho construction of
taken up nt n special meeting to be toads, for It would be absolutely Impoi.
held on Saturday evening at 7:30 tlhle to construct or repair roads In dls
o'clock. It was decided to go ahead at'trlcts whero tho mnlerlal Is not avail
once with the work of macadamltlng ?bl1e'lthut ,,no h""nB '
..i .i. i,...,i., tf.in..t,i ji'.erlal to the place to bo repaired.
w.ibii,! r,u i forn...i. ih ,in. . "I m therefore of the opinion that
H wouiu not be necessary for a public
Walklkl roads, not forgetting the orig
inal plans of putting In a strip of park
In the Walklkl stretch. Supervisor Lu
cas has detailed plans and specifica
tions, all ready for the call for tenders,
wlvcrtlsement for tenders to be mado.
In the present Instance before a con
tract could bo entered Into between tho
County aot Oahu and the Itapld Trun-
for tlio repair of the Nuuanu Pall road. ' lt & Land Co."
They were Introduced at tho meeting What 8am Needs.
but referred back to Chairman Luias 8am Johnson asked that $1075 bo up.
of the rtoads anil Bridges Committee' preprinted for tho garbage and cxcj.
for the provision of certain technically1.0" P" ". I'" J"""
, , ,, . . ,.. .-i,,i Action was deferred until a iproprliv
details. Chairman Smith remarked ,, wcre ,a,(en UJ am, then't'iic 'caU.
M1UI U1C BJC.llllUUUII HCIQ uiuov vu.v-
fully drawn and should serve as n
model for all future specifications for
.Weekly Bulletin $1 Per- Year
sp mnnn'mfl w mm mm mmmmK
I Fresh Meats -a
Thoro Is some prospect of ncv Coun
ty warrant forms forthcoming soon.
mate was approved.
Johnson, as Itoad Supervisor, also re
ported on work done on the roads dur
ing December, lie asked $17,500 for
January. Approved later.
Flro Chief Thurston asked $1550 for
January. Approved later. He report
ed five fires during December, property
it risk being Insured to the extent of
J3S,760. Loss and Insurance had not
Autolsts To Be Heard.
Lucas Is anxious to hustlo along hU
proposed automobllo regulations ordl-
iifinrn Imt 11 hni in fnUn thA rpulllftr ipt lirpn mllilfttptt
course of such matters. Ho suggested I, The Henry Walerhouio Trust Co.
and his suggestion met with tho ap- nt In binding receipt for $10,000, cov.
proval of the Board, that when the pro..trlnB Samuel Johnson as Itoad Over
!.... n,.nn.n... m,, rnr n,.,,i I seer In the employ of the County, a so
posed ordinances comes up for final m f , ',um from DccCmbcr
discussion tho automoblllsU of the city.,,, i905 to December 31, 1903.
thoald to given an opportunity to boL,, Moana 8w
present anu voice incir mens in ins, ,,.... ,., .ho-dreii,r worklnr on
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way, But you
afford to havo
Ayor's Hair Vigor
and most women would
be greatly Improved by
It, too. It means so much
to have lone, rich, heavy
hair; soft, smooth, glossy hair.
this Is just the kind of hair you may
have, If you with It. It you wish all
the deep, rich color of youth restored
to your hair,
will certainly satisfy you.
Do'oot bo deceived by cheap Imlta-'
tlons which will only disappoint you.
Mako sure you get AYKIl'3 Hair
tnrmi r Or. J. C. Ajif a C, Lmll, Mm., tt. S. A.
Governor Carter yesterday received
the following cablegram:
Washington, Jan. 2, 1906.
To Ilia Excellency, tha Governor of
Hawaii. Honolulu; .
Tal Hung Tie and Tuan Fang, High
prrmlses. Ho raid thoro was a great 1 the Alakta slln was making a swnmD Commissioners despatched by the Chi
deal of Interest manifested as to the of tho land near tho Ala Moana road. I r.ese government to mako a study of
regulations, and tho public should ba'Tlio County property was being In. Mho political system of tho United
given a chanco to express their 'lured. Lucas stopped them pumping' States, will nrrlvo In Hawaii about
wishes. So there will be a meeting ot the other night. Ho moved that the January 5 with their BUlte. 1 shall be
..onmM.ni.i. iih h 9nn.rvi.nri Board write tho Superintendent of I glad If you will receive the Commls-
,. ,.. a.... n.i ,r, n.i.r ril'uWlc Works, urging that the matter, s.oners ntul show thorn such courtesies
T" ,1 ..' , , .. . ., . ,. Lo at once nttended to. Carried.
how the men who drive the honk-honk, Thc drcd , workllB un(lcr Kc(.
ars aro to behave will bo settled. er( tontrnct. TIl0 Uoard thought this
Present at lost night's meeting were no renson for maklnc the insirlct a
Geo. V. Smith (chairman), II. T.I swamp. IMplng Is laid on the public, cros tho United States from Scattlo
Viuure, J, IV, I aeiv, xtuiik irciiur, 1U luuu. uiuun buiii iiu uuit biiukuii iu.iu titn imiv uuu kiii aiici. iih uu,-
lib may bo proper.
It Is reported that tho Commission
will travel in two divisions. Ono will
11. Adams. Andrew Cox and Jack Lu- LIcuL Slattcry about tho flooded sec-
casj County Clerk Kalauokalanl Jr., J and Slattery had suggested that
Stenographer Alea. Clerk Uuffandeau, If the piping was a nuisance the County
Honolulu noad Supen-lsor Sam John- fMaf! on them the other
ton, Attorney's Clerk Sllva, County At-" n,Bht;. gald LucaB ..nnd u worked .
torney Douthltt, Kwa Road Supervisor Kot n policeman down there and they
Nawaakoa, Detective Lauc, and press stopped pumping for tho night, tfhe
Fresh meats required for your daily use,
C You will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse.
y The old saying is, thc best is cheapest;
JS; Wc have thc cheapest, best and freshest.
2 Call on us and get your money's worth,
p Then with thc wise you will have a berth.
C. Q. YEE HOP & Co.
TELFPHDNF MAIN 91.
?.liiiiUitili UlUllUUlUi.il ililil Ulttillt
Bishop & Co., Bankers
Tho following December demands
Offlco rent, $100.
Kaplolanl Park expenses, $GC7.25.
Walalua road district, $1320.24.
Walanao road district1, $205.
Koolauloa road district, $19.50.
Koolaupoko road district, $11. CO.
Koolaupoko road district, $58.25.
Fire department, $732.10.
Occtrlc light department, $779.47.
Police and fire alarm system, $53.05,
Electric light pay roll, $51.75.
New Warrant Forms,
many, Austria, Krnnco and i:ngianu.
The other division, which Tuan Kan?,
Governor of Hunan Province, Is at the
head of, will remain In America, pay
Irg a visit of at least two months at
Washington, l'rlnco Tsal Chi will
head tho Kuropean party.
I place la In a terrible condition."
Aaains moved mat a letter do writ
ten the Public Works to tho effect that Per stmr. Llkellke, Jan. 2. For Ka,
tho Board of Supervisors was ready to unakakal: T. O'Brien. For Pukoo: II.
take over the Collego Hills roads and R jlchcock, W. 11. Place and son,
'lc?h. CzVJ--L Dr. F. Burt. For Lahalna: C. A. Do
l.ucus nam wu iTcsiueni oi mo .
Board ot Health PInkham wanted tho Cow- Fl Jl C"' . . 0 .
County to take caro of a horse used In 1cr 'r.r. W. O. Hall, Jan. -. For
tho mosquito crusade. Itefcrrcd to tho Nawlllwlll. Mrs. C. W. SplU, II. S.
Sanitation Committee. This horse Padgett, Miss M. Fountnln, 11. F. Dll
hauls the empty cans as collected, illngham, Miss V. Mahlkoa, C. F. Her
Lucas explained, and PInkham thought rick. For Koloa: Miss A. 12. Polts.
tho beast might cat with the garbaga other ports: Dr. Wilkinson and wife,
department animals. , ,,, M s.n,v A. nartlcv. W. A. Kln
-....- t --.
t'. M. DAJION.
A. W. T. BOTTOJILEY.
Arrhor wnntpil (n Itnnw If Tlnhbntn
himself collected tho emntv runs. "ey" . .
Adams had Boon Territorial Auditor n.n.lii.rl I Per stmr. Nocau, Jan. i. 1 or Ml-
Fisher In record to County warrant I In recant to thn Hiinervltnr.' rem, nut kalait and other ports! P. W. Cruse, C.
forms. In -a few days Fisher would that tho low lying lands of Kakaaku be- II. B. Fowler, J. T. Molr.
uavd some forms ready to submit to I summarily acted on, tho following noto.
the Board. They were being printed. read: PALAMA DEPOT CONCERT.
firV i.-r.l,,.r,ltlonl rpn.l n lpriprl luur vuuiiimiiicniuon oi uecemDor , K -
isvssk , a.iB - .--. nn j lio.l Ti nAn..l .....U . ...I . r. .. i ( s .
as. imuu, iiiv wuttm wuuiu ui-l-u tub tiawaiian uunu kivps u i-unmi
from tho County Troaaurer to thc cf-
Tho Hoard would
BIAI flfO t Inn In nrdnii tn Knmnlu illk s l fil llsniiit sin.
ff .h. nn .P,n..nl nf rn.h nt I..I.I. "" "i'""" """ " V"'l" -. mis eVeniDR Bl UID 1 UlUlim iui.iu... -
wv .h., w.. vv.. w. .-- . - . , vuur ronupsi. .iipr niv rnnvprsiitinTi tinH T.n nm rn awq
ness, he had not yet prepared his De- with you I conferred with Supervisor ' ' PART I.
cember report. Further time was al- John Lucas nnd later met Mr. Dodgo March "The New Year" Tclke
lowed. of tho Bishop Estate, who Informed overture "The Golden Wand" ....
A.inual Settlement. mo that the estato would make arrange- Laurendeau
Adams drew attention to Section 108 ments to All In tho objectionable areas. Ballad 'Alice, Whero Art Thou". .
of the County Act, as follows, and the " wa8 the concensus of opinion the Asher
Clerk was Instructed to put the Treat- Bard bcst walt unl11 tho '"rcess of Solectlon "Tho Musical Star".0'Haro
r.r in minrt nf ihr. p,tinn hv word of this movement was determined. If It PAUT II.
mouth- rtocs not turn out our action will then Vocal Hawaiian Songs Ar. by Bergcr
Section 106. The Treasurer shall set- " necessary ana i win secure the loca-i Mrs. N. Ala
tie his accounts relating to the collec-,110"8 a"u urge tne uoaru to act.
President, Board of Health.''
(Continued on Page 7) .
There ape Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Havo nil Other Flavor Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
Wc have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
tlon, care and disbursement ot public
money with the Auditor on the first
Monday ot each month. For tho pur
pose of such Bettloment, he shall make
Selection "American Airs" . .Conterno
Walti "Filipinos" Andrew
Quadrille "Scotch Melodies" ..lJddoll
"The Star Spangled Banner,"
a statement under oath, of the amount I ,-.. . .
oi money received prior to me penoa a 'r't-nrinriri-'nin:
of such settlement, tho sources whence A
"' V v.m siAAti '
December 30, 1905.
Cash $ 533.8C0.10
Duo from Banks and Bank
Honda, Stocks and Invest,
Loann, Discounts and Or-
Heal Estato and Bank Fur
Other Assets 140,209.77
Capital and Surplus $ 839,593,13
Duo to Banks and Bank
Honolulu, T, II., December 30, 19 05, '
I, Alexander Garvle, do solemnly swear that tho foregoing Balance Sheet
represents a true and correct statement of tho affairs ot tho Banking Houso
ot Bishop & Company as at Decembei 30th, 1905, to tho best of my knowl
edge and belief.
(Signed) ALEXB. GAIIVIE.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 30th day of December, 1905. '
(Seal) (Signed) R. It. KEIDFORD,
L . . Notary, Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. II.
tho same was derived, the amount
payments or disbursements nnd
whom, with tho amount remaining on jfl
liana, lie snail in sucit settlement ue-
push nil warrants ruiiveiueu vy nun j.
iiid take tho Auditor's receipt there tr
ior. He thall also made a full settle- O
merit ot all accounts with the Auditor ft
annually on the first Monday In Jan- X
uary, In tho presence of the supervw-
As the first Monday In January was 6
a holiday, the day ot some succeeding fl
meeting will answer the purpose. X
Adams said It was one of the mat- Y
lers of form which should bo followed.
No Ad. Necessary.
Tho County Attorney sent In an
opinion In regard to calling for bids
for road work, this opinion having
been sought by tho Board relative to C
the Board's present contract with the 6
ttnnld Transit for haullnir material for fl
road Improvement, as follows:
"I beg to acknowledge receipt of your
rommunlcation dated December 29th,
1905, requesting my opinion as to tho
Interpretation to bo given to suihiivi
lion C, Section 9, Chapter 4 of the Coun
ty Act, with reference to requiring ad
vertisement for tenders on certain road
work to be done by tho itapld Transit
Si Land Company for the County
' vne contract contemplated is tor vi
hauling road material to various parts r
of Honolulu by tho Rapid Transit Com- Q
Viif lui use uu iuu lumiD ui ituiiunuu
fchortly to bo repaired by the County.
Sub-dlvlslon 0 exempts contracts for
WHITE GOODS SALE! I
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF IMPORTED WHITE DIMITIES, ENQ-
LI8H MANUFACTURE, WILL DE CLOSED OUT AT A GREAT RE- H
No. 250, 28-Inch, 16 1-2e; Special '. .. .. IS", -id
Rooms Fop Rent
at very low price, by day, week or month. Rooms are newly furnished; dec
trie lighted; well ventilated and each room convenient to bath. Quests havo
prlvlltQe of using reception room.
the Majestic Hotel
COKNEIl TORT AXD DERETATXIA STREETS.
NOW WE'RE OFF ?
We are prepared to supply tht.Peor.lt of Honolulu with FrtahMt H
I8LAND MEATS. Also, Qardtn Produce of all kinds; ButUr, Eggs, Chlote
nt, Turkeys, 8ucklng Plgt, Dacon, Harm In ftct, everything a FIRST!
CLA83 MARKET It calltd upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Mneer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVe ! D.
No. 251, 28-Inch, 20e;
No. 252, 28-Inch, 22 1-2c;
No. 320, 28-Inch, 30c;
No, 495, 28-Inch, 32 1-2c( Special S5d
No. 430, 28-Inch, 35c;
Gpeclal ..' S7Wi
No. QQ3, 28-Inch, 37 1-2c; epeclal
Ws alto offer GREAT VALUE8 In Long Cloth, Nainsook and
NOW IS THE TIME to Du White Goods at Special Low Prices.
nty of W
'la for Ji
PACIFIC IMPORT GO.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
, good and lave you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
StDaje in Brick Warehouse, J26 Kinjr St. Phone Main 58
102-! FORT 8T., I
8UIT CASES .
O. O. F. Dldj. & 151 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG Hottl.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. Houte furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
nlthed. Cooks, Ynrdboyt and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, OREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
The Bulletin, 75cts per montii
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