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I-VTINtNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, 1, If.. FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1905.
For 1906 Skirlsjnd Wash Suits
For skirts and shirt waist tulti. Colors: white, brown
Ilea blua and linen 20t A YARD
; New Wash Voiles
Cream, allee blue, brown and navy; 30e value for
Newj color: whlteand ehampaan 35ti A YARD
Mercerised Basket Weave
New for aklrtt .i 20J A YARD
a n;w assortment of
White Serge Skirts
, Latest style and cut at 812.75 AND UPWARD.
New Panama Skirts
In navy and black; very stylish; at 88.75
Molokai Ranch After
GOVERNOR WRITES BOARD OF HEALTH
The Board of Health held a regular i V. Knudscn, S. S. Litchfield, John Lone,
. . a . . .. . ,...... til., t... f A t ..!-.
Preparations arc going on for our great
meeting icsterday afternoon at 3
o'clock, present being President I'lnK.
ham, Dr. Woyson, Abraham Fernandez,
Dr. Judd and Dr. Pratt.
Th following message from Presi
dent PInkham nag read:
"To the Members of the Board of
The business beforo us Is limited
Mrs. John Long, Miss Long, J. A. Lyle,
Mrs. C. C. Lytle, Miss Helen L)tle,
Louis Marks, Mrs. Louis Marks and
three children, Mrs. M. H. Marks, Mrs.
J. Martin, Miss Martin, F. N. Mc
Candlcss, Mrs. F. N. McCandlcss, Miss
K. Mclnerney, Arthur Merrill, Mrs.
Arthur Merrill, A. A. Moore, Mrs. A. A.
Moore, S. H. Moses. Dr. M. J. O'Neill,
The legal notices of condemnation of Miss A. M. Paris, Thomas Prlhe, II. A.
the certain places at Walpahu will bo
"Sections 1120 ami 1121 It. L. relate
to the acquirement of land by the Board
of Health adapted to and necessary to
the uso of thoso persons designated as
lepes. Further powers for tno aqui
sttlon of land ure specified In Sectioni
1138 and 1139 II. L. Any special mew
Ilutnam, Mrs. Jas. Scott and twwo
children, Kev, Doremus Scuddcr, Mrs.
Dorcmus Scuddcr, Mrs. K. C. Smith,
Mrs. L. Spencer, Mrs. Solon Splro, J,
R Sprung, E. It. Stackable, Mrs. S. 1
M. Starr, II. C. Tatt. J. M. Taft, E.
D. Tenncy, Mrs. K. D. Tcnney. ltev
Kong Ylng Tct, A. II. Turner, Dr. St.
1). U. waiters, Jirs. St. u. u. waiters,
od of relinquishment seems not to have For Yokohama: V. C. Uaugher, Dr. 11,
"I am unablo to state to you tho
volume of water available for the Set
tlement, but we have between 3000 ami
1000 acres of land the water supplies
for which should be guarded.
"I present to you a communication
of tho Gocrnor relative to certain
water rights desired by the Molokai
"Whllo tho Settlement may not require
the water In question and upon In
vestigation may well surrender tho
same, I doubt tho wisdom of surrend-
II. C. Urlgham, Mrs. II. C. Brlgham,
Hcv. F W Heckelman. Mrs. F W.
Hcckelmann and three children, T Ino
rnate. O. T. Keep, Jr., Mrs. 0. II. Keep,
Jr., Tt Oknzakl and sonant, Mrs. A.
U. Porter, .Mrs. C. V. Putnam, A. W.
Illchards, Mrs. A. V. Illchards, ltev.
Cyrus Illchardson, Wllhelm Sand, Mrs.
A. Simpson, Miss A. Simpson, Com
mander Isam Takcshlta, I, J. N., II. E.
Ecschmacher, Mrs. Edw, Watson. For
Shanghai: L. Andersen, Kev. II. R
Cold well, Mrs. II. R. Caldwell and In
fant, Miss O. Elliott, Rec. J C. Qarrltt,
erlng the pall lino or a line across tho Mrs. J. C. Garrllt, Miss Mary C. Qarrltt,
Watch for the announcement
N. 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
Walhanau Valley as Indicated on the
"I fully endorse tho Idea of the util
ization of all water supply for enhauc
Ing tho usefulness of arid lands pro
viding tho water Is unnecessary for
the lands toward which It naturally
LAND'CLAIMINO KONA TRIO
BUSINESS AFFAIRS DISCUSSED AT
MEETING OF BOARD OF PUB
LIC INSTRUCTION CON-
Educational affairs talked over at the
meeting of the Commissioners of PuU
lie Instruction yesterday afternoon In
cluded much of routlno and not a llttlo
suggestive of strenuous life.
In line with the latter was a letter
from a Lanal school teacher showing
that ho supported a wife and four
children on $35 a month and had four
dollars left at the end of the period.
The salary was all right when he was
In a section capable of producing taro.
When he had to ship all his food from
Lahalna, It was dlllercnt. Peter Pas
cal at Lanal was granted 112.60 a month
lor his services, which Is less than his
predecessors recehed. By obtaining
4 certificate he has hopes of more.
Information from Kahakuloa, Maul,
brought forth tho fact that the gentle
man who has been framing numerous
Complaints against the teacher, has
encountered the law at waliuku aim
slopped In Jail for a while. Therefore
the situation Is peaceful.
Up In Kona, Holualoa to bo more def.
tiiitc, Mrs. Atcherley acting for Mrs.
Davis and Attorney Mills acting for
Mrs. Atcherley, have ordered the De
partment oft land on which It believes
It has a lease, for tho location of lu
school house. M. I'. Scott Is the school
agent In that district. Tho Attorney
General has gone over the leases and
Informed tho Superintendent of Public
Instruction to stay on tho land. So
I T S-u - ipjln the top which
I"V)i r l y, '.,V 1 1 'f'v' fPl
! '?g '':": :'
RAINIER BOTTLING li'V- J I ) Y 1 I
WORK8. "S". ' "".iii.Qky
H Honolulu. 7 "srSJ Cai. H
Phote White 1331 ' ' Fj.1, "FTr I
Master Donald Qarrltt, C. It. Morltntl
J, Stcensen, Miss E. M. Stevens, ltev.
fit vl Vlnnrfln Xfiaa fnl VMnnrnti nml
child. J. F. Wilson. For Hongkong: h1?"6.' "kelv to bo fur llylng In tho
El Hngg Abdullah-Ell. J. II Ankrum.l v'-11nltJr of Holualoa, w th the Davis-
Atchcrley-Mllls aggregation making all
tho row. It worst comes to worst tho
Territory may take the land under right
f eminent domain.
Tho resignation of Mrs. Rico as
school agent at Llhue was accepted and
Miss Mabel Wilcox appointed In her
place. Superintendent Babbitt report
ed tho feme question with tho Bishop
Ettnto at the Walalua school had been
tcttlcd. Plans for a tcaihcrs' cottage
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Have all Other Flavor Also
Miss B. B. Barrows, Miss S. T. Bar
rows, Miss S. Bnlten, Chong Chaw,
i Mrs. E. E. Clark. Mrs. Z. C. K. Cory-
Tho only wnter aallable for Settle-1 til. Arthur Dacy, Adolph Falter. Mrs.
ment use now Is and would bo that In Adolph Falter, Hans Stephen Gclbcl,
tho Wnlkolu Valley." I Edward Hartley, .Mrs. II. E. Heacock,
Tho following letter from aovernor Miss A. Heacoek, K. Van Hoffman, T.
Carter was read: H. Jones, V. Katifmann, E. 11. Ken-
"Mr. Judd, representing tho Molokai nedy, Mrs. A. L. I-osan, C. II I-ogan,
Ranch, has called on me and asks Mrs. C. II Logan and Infant, Harry E.
...... .1 1 .1.-.. .t.M 11... I f nltnliltn T) V Xtnntr A ftlnntf tit a.
Wliai mclllUU uiv will l", " '"""' .""" " v...iv,1 ..nl.,i I.-. lolw,rntn ll.nn llr.t
coss blc. secure a lease of 280 ncrcj Miss h. k. llarKs, Miss ll A. Jleaii.i" "-- -- .- .-.v .- .
if "ltd formerly purchased by tho Mln- Francis J. Montgomery. J. P. Moore panned and largo enough for to peo-
?ic?cfttnt.rlorArth.i;.eoftba Mrs. J. P. Moore, J. Searcy NIchoL ' 'rMXrSmUh IseTe?aTand
leper rcttlcmcnt. located in the flats Mls3 Maud E. Olsen, Mrs S P. Hohde, ?. . " f'?!"""! n," BScrre,tBrif J
tf .u tl ' hl.k I ...1... vn Mr. Plnro Tolln AU.nn.l.r T.nmnl.n I UlBrlOS StlllmaU BS UOOK ClCrlt Onil
uuu.u iiic m, m ...i..... . v..v..ul. ......... ---- ---, .""- '....."'lenoirrniilirwn nlinrmi.il. Alnnnitmnl
jirs. a. i-. wnutcii, .Miss fiorence wnu- , : , -- - -' ---
i the development of the agrl
It. the laud aboe the pall Is of no use . Brlgham, Mrs. Brlgham, O. II. Keep,
to tho leper settlement and will never Jr., Mrs. Keep. Jr.. Mrs. A. I!. Porter,
bo used by It, and that there Is more 'Mrs. Edw. Watson, Miss B. B. Barrows,
t ilnDfirliitinn nnil mfin
t- .-. .1 !.. ihA .rltil ' toll V I WhttlAn W V U' tnn Cf.im ' l"U W 11 IIIUV1UIU UU Mil CUUIl IS
111 UlV UOl VlUl'UlVllb Ul HIO " ""I miiihwh, n id iiaiouu. 4 liu .-... ...-.! -!. .U. I. .. fpL
possibilities of that side of tho Honolulu: Mrs. O. a. Brcnton, Mrs.1 "V"1 "'".".. i" .B" ".i... '.' ....
of Molokai, the water of this C. Haffner. J. A. JL Johnson. ;'.,r.l",u..m"'. ".,. ,'".?""
becomes lmnortant. and ns I take Stopovers for Honolulu: Dr. II. C ". . r '..... .'".. "'" . . .
t which mu i-nuaia scnooi nouso is local-
The Truth About Stoves
By the Largest Makers of Stovts and Ranges in the World
MANYpoplhvobtn!lvel In bUov RecerlnourlKi-rt Advice sndllleraturs
Ids that ttovci wcra cheap becani ot will not put you under sny oblls-.tlon to bur.
low price, when eiperlcoco provtl We limply deilre the opportusltrto live you the
them the moiteipeniUe. evidence ot the IrtmrndM nttrunlrol Car.
A tmell price my be paid for a itove which Un4" Sioy.i and Raniai, and leave the buylne
looks attractive In the catalogue, wnicn nil oocmon enumy wnu you,
been described aa "perfect," but It Is llablo to
prove a very eipenslve purchase: lor ten
chances to one, trouble will arise from this
stove In a month's time It may not best or
cook properly, or It may consume fuel like a
locomotive. Then the material In the stove
Itself may wear so poorly that at the end of a
year or so It will have to be replace).
You never ret somethlnz for nothlnir In this
world, and when you pay a small price for a
In order that "Garland" Slovti and Rentes
shalt last, we make them ot the very best
materials and employ the most c-perl workmen
In the world.
"Cailand" Staves and Rantes are durable
and handsome In appearance. They are highly
nickeled and each "Garland" wilt last a lifetime.
"Garland" Stoves and Ranees Will not "burn
out." but will heat and cook perfectly, and wtt.
stove, that price must cover the cost of materiel jaw . sow rtfairi, mw wot ry, saw moniy.
and labor, and Include a reasonable profit, con- We have local dealers who handle our stoves
scquently Inferior cast Iron and steel, and the . esciusiveiy, in nearly every viuago. lo-n ana
than enough water from other sources
to supply the settlement.
"I nm confident that tho Board Will
Join In tho belief that esjery resourco
In the Territory should be put to Its
best use.'and -recognizing that there Is
considerable doubt as to whether or not
tho Board ot Health has by law any
Miss S. T. Barrows, Mrs. E. E. Clark,
Hans Stephne Gclbel, J. P. Moor?, Mrs.
Moore, Mrs. 8. P. Wohdc.
WITNESSES ARE LOST
Dec. 15. The D
private nil vidua s or corporatlpnc, 1 fcrc.on aro mll.h ronp.rnprt --.-.-hi-.
suggest thnt. If It meets with the ap
proval of the Board, a resolution bn
passed, declaring that this particular
280 acres Is not valuable to the uses
of tho leper settlement and, therefore.
Its control and management Is re
turned to tho Superintendent of Public
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
Oregon aro much concerned regarding
the whereabouts of S. A, D. Puter and
Horaco G. McKlnley, both of whom
were convicted In Portland, Ore., In
connection with tho extensive land
frauds in that State
In their case, scntcnco.wns deferred
VoVkstheuccesVoVbylavv of th, condition , th-t they furnish the Gov
ui.i.ii. ,.. i-...-ir. n,i thnt of. ernment with nil tho Information pos-
flclal can either Icn.o It'or transfer It H"le concerning others Involved In the rlngton,
cd. Repairs at tho Honuapo school are
being made. They aro much needed.
Mrs. Tucker will bo given charge of tho
cottago at the High School grounds
where sho lives. Mrs. Kato Philips
lias been granted an extension ot her
leave of absence. J. A. Pcrrelda's cer
tificate has been renewed as rquestcd
Suprlntcndcnt Babbitt reported that
the transfer of land for the llllo High
School slto had been slightly delayed
by details of title. This is not likely
to delay construction. Work on other
new schools under the loan act is de
layed all on account of difficulty In get
ting land in proper sites.
Next week Superintendent Babbitt
hopes to get away for a trip to Maul.
'lhoe present at the meeting yesterday
besides himself vvero Commissioners
Jordan, Wilcox, Al, Wight and Far-
We have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. G." scotch wuiy
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W C. Peacock & Co., Ltd
to the Commissioner of Public Land,
so that It can be merged with tho other
lands of tho Territory, and then leased
Ctllegcd land swindles. It was also
u creed with them that If they withheld
nothing tho other cases against them
at ouitlon If satisfactory upset pries "IJ not b pressed. According
cheapest and most Inexperienced labor, remit
so Into this seemingly low-priced siove.
We have opened an
In charge ot an expert
stoveman, simply to tell
cttoit, aU about stoves.
And this espertwUl hon
estly advise u Just
which stove or range
will best suit your needs
Ye also want those who
have lost money on the
stove, to let us tell them
how thev can save money
by buying a "Garland."
even II the first cost Is
little more than that of the
chesn and unsatisfactory stove,
We want them to letus tell them about the
a wsUt4V.r-.,,i'ic? nvv
In the United States. You can examine
Mori you buy. Instead ot
after. You can satisfy your
self that "Garlands are)
exactly as represented.
There will be no freight
to pay on "Garlands"
and the dealer will set
them up without charge.
If no dealer In your
town Sells "Garlands,"
or you decide to buy a
stove not In your local
dealcr'a stock, you can
enjoy the above advan
tages. We will make a
special arrangement so
that the stove you want
will be delivered to you
and properly set up ready.
lor use in lour own none,
The Written Guarantee of The
MIcKlfan Stove Company accompanies
"Very sincerely your.
"O. It. CARTER,
A. F. Judd, who was present, stated
that ho represented the Moloknl Rami.
botocudos to dllato tho lower lips and
tho lobe of tho ear by a round niece- of
to light wood. In order to do this lips
Special Assistant Attorney General ami cars must bo pierced In early In
Francis J. Hcney of tho Department ot fancy and a small round piece of wood
justice, wno is now in mis city, tncy inserted. Then, as the child grows,
wero needed pirtlculnrly In the caso larger nnd jet larger pleies aro Intro
against Representattvo Ringer Her- duccd.
mnnn. Mr. Hency further said that -0- ... .
Rooms Fop Rent
at very low price, by day, week or month. Rooms are newly furnished; elec
tric lighted; well ventilated and each room convenient to bath. Guests hava
privilege of using reception room.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND BERETATNIA STREETS.
Co. Ho showed maps Indicating where Ihrough information impancu uy mem ras about the mlddlo of September
the land In question Is located. Tho' tho Government would recover over Puter reported hlmsolf ns being In Chi-
land was bought by the Minister of itJiOO.OOO worth of lands disposed of by tngo and McKlnley sent word that ho
Interior In I860, when there was nojthe various parties to tho alleged ,.nd his wlfo were In Seattle. About
rtatute authorizing the condemnation IraudB. Since their trial and convlc- that tlmo tho caso against Hermann
tor the Board of Hca'th. The Board tlon, however, they hnvo been charged v,as coming up for trial and Puter wlr-
paid $1050 for it. The title vested prob-kith implication of frauds In State cd Mr. Hcney asking If he could not
ably in tho Superintendent ot Public1 nhool lands by which Eastern bankers postpone tho trial until September lo.
Works Hollow ay or possibly In Land were swindled out of thousands of dol-J This was asrccablo to tho Govern-
Commissioner Pratt. It did not vest tars, and that on account of this their ment's attorney, who, howover, In tho
apprehension Is likewise desired by meantime, had decided still further to
the State authorities. put oft Hermann s trial. But all trace
Tho last heard of cither of tho men tit tho two men has slnco been lost.
advantages of "Carland" Storti and Ransjei, overy stove, and protects ycAi by the absolute
which aiwavs wove a cood Investment. imaranlto that every "Garland" Is as rcpro-
taWoroakoa "Garland" to tilntry Hmnttf, scnted 73l Worlti But,
and have books accurately describing the aider
ent kinds. We could not afford to open this
"Advice Department" or send out the valuablo
literature v.0 do, tree of chargo. It Garland"
Stovsi and Rentes were not distinctly superior
toother makes: It M magnitude ot our opera
tions did not mako It possible for us to sell them
at reasonable prices, and It our reputation and
methods of doing business did not Insure
II you are considering the purchsse JJ"
of a stove or rango, cut out this coupon,
check (this way C) the kind of stove you are
Inlanitnl In. mall It to US loJSV. and YOU Will
promptly receive our Expert Anvlco as lo Just
which stove Is best suited to your needs, and
why, and our literature, f reo ot charge,
Hnd me free of ebaria four
Btove llaok on IIsm, liurnrra,
Om limit., ll JUiMtM.
htMl KaoeM, Oooklns Htoic.
llmllne Htovea. 0k Ktpv.
AUojfKir Fipert Btoie JUrloo
free ot ehargs.
Eh4 of BUwe Wealed
ln,l of Fusl 04 , ,
y BIoto llealar'a Kama Is
My Name Is...,
P.O idJn :.,
IddnM. Ad. Ira
The Mlehlasa Hlnve OompsBr. Detroit
Adrlra Dapartmtnt. "
inva llomMor. Detroit. Mlrh.
Laws M akrw of Htotw ao I lUoaas la ihaW iiild
in tho Board,
The land was above the settlement
pall, higher than Tantalds. It was es
timated that It would fill a thrco-lnch
plpo. The ranch wanted to dig n tun
nel and then plpo It to a piece of laud
which would bo excellent for pasturage,
If tho water could be secured. Tho land
whli h was wanted was very precipitous.
Tho ranch wanted only enough to nil
a 3-liRh pipe.
PInkham said that he thought tho
Board ought to get accurate data re
garding tho water supply nt Walkalu.
Judd promised to furnish this data
from the report of an engineer, who
lied examined both plates.
PInkham said tho ranch should liuva
lalth enough In the Board to accept
tho wnter without taking the land.
Woyson said It the Board had no
title to the land ho did not see how It
could pass on It.
Judd' Invited tho members of tho
Board to go and Inspect tho place. The
Board, after considerable discussion,
decided to await further Information,
NOW WE'RE OFF ?
Ws ar prepared to supply thi Peor.lt of
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all
ant. Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In
CLA88 MARKET la called upon to furnish.
Honolulu with FroshMt t
kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlok
fact everything a FIRST!
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Mn?er. '
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. FORT ST- OPP. LOVE BLD.
D.troh The Michigan Stove Company chica8o
Largest Matters of Stoves and Kansas lo the World
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Neatness vs Shabbiness
The neat man always makes a good Impression the shabby one the oppo
site. Send your clothes to us .and have them pressed, '
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Companye
t. F. COLDURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI DUILOING.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE ,
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick -Warehouse, 126 King-St. Phone Main 58
Per S. S. Korea, from Ban Francisco,
January 5. For Honolulu: II. T.
Ilrad oy. Jlrs. J. w. Atkinson, u. r.
Illshon. Mrs. E. V. Bishop. Mrs. Harry
I Illxby and maid, Master Harry L. W
nixby, Miss uertna uoots, usenr
Browns, M. II. Christopher, Mrs. M. B.
Christopher, J. C. Coppago, Mrs. S. M.
Crlm, Miss Hlldred Denton, Master
Robt. Denton, Sherman Denton, Miss L.
.Dunham. M. A. Dunham, J I'. Foster,
Mrs. J. J uoutrew, a. jiarper, Mia. a.
Harper, Mrs. Bert Irwin, Mre. J. W.
Jones nnd child, O K Kirby, Mrs. a.
V. Klrby, A. F Knudscn, Mrs. A. 1
Knudsen nnd daughter and servant, K.
A. Knudsen, Mrs. . A, Knudscn, Mrs.
MONDAY, JANUARY 8th.
PAfilFIO IMPORT 00.
.02. FORT ST.. I.
O. O. F. Dido. & 1S1 HOTEL 8 opposite YOUNO Hotel.
BUILDING and PAINTING) CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nlshed. Cooks, Ynrdboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 3. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
The Bulletin, 75cts per mohiii
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