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For one week only
IS NOW ON
This sale will be the greatest tale In the hlato'ry of the local
tetall builnei and will offer unprecedented opportunities to ob
tain Muslin Underwear1 at Sacrifice prices.
Our Entire Stack Of
SKIRTS, NIGHT GOWNS,
DRAWERS and CHEMISES
Will be closed out at a
Certain lines that we are discarding to make room for new
season's novelties and a quantity of odd lots, will be marked at
prices which will be so low as to be almost unbelievable.
Sale Prices Strictly Cash
Don't Fail to see our Window Display
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; Fresh meats required for your daily use,
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Wilson Makes a Kick
WITH POLICE REPORT
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are built In the mind but a mind It needed to build a building and the "
mind mutt be that of an architect who understand hit' prof etslon. T
' I understand the building of beautiful, modern, artistic buildings and
can verify this statement by showing you the plans of buildings for- 4
T merly erected by me. .4
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Ayres might llko to publish this re
port." "Don't be personal, Mr. Lucas," said
"t'm not personal, Mr. Chairman,"
Insisted Lucas, "really I thought Mr.
Ayres might like to publish this re
port." The report covered the last six
months and showed wholesale arrests
for gambling during that period. The
Bherlff asked ior a vacation of two
weeks. The vacation was granted.
Treasurer Trent's December report
was read. It was worthy. of remark,
the Chair said, that the County closed
the year with a balance of (S9.584.U7.
The road tax special deposit was cred
ited with $9,526. Everybody was satis
fied with the report.
P. S. Dodge, representing the lllihop
estate, wrote the Hoard to complete tbo
fence along the line of the School
street extension from the Insane Asyl
um to the Kallhl road. In accordance
with the terms of tho deeds according
right of way. He also stated that the
trustees of tho estate had undertaken
to Improve the condition 6t the dis
trict of Kakaako, as to sanitation, by
grading and Ailing tbo low-lying areas
AUTO ORDINANCE DEFERRED A
Whether the County Supervisors
meet twice a week or once a monui fronting on South street, Foundry
there seems always to be the usual street and Foundry lane, provided the
mass of work to bo accomplished and. "Iff' raise their houses and other
, .... ,,., ,fc . ... tiiilbul'illng so that their floors are not
always about the same amount of tlnw , thfln flve fect above ,he offlca,
to be consumed. Only once has the grade. He stated that notices to the
meeting of the Supervisors occupied
loss than two hours and It generally
runs nearer three. The first half, a
above effect have been posted In Ka
Row Over Pall Dldt.
A communication was rcelved from
a rule. Is occupied wJth the dull rout'
Inn of the readme or tho minutes and n n wiUnn niinrnnv.in.fm-t tnr 1 11
the passing on bills and appropriations. Wilson, who requested that the ten
In tho second half the excitement is
wont to occur, for then communica
tions are read, the mattor of new bus
iness Is introduced and argument haa
Lucas and "Adams Talk.
Last Saturday's gathering was no
exception to the rule. For over an
hour minutes end bills and .appropria
tions were waded through, while every
body smoked up hard and plenty? yearn
ing for the relict of less monotonous
things. Once or twlco Jack Lucas
went out to stretch his legs, tho Chair
always calling him back to vote on tho
approval of some money demand.
Archer sat throughout with a light
spring overcoat on, avoiding drafts.
Cox said nothing but smile. Adams
nod Lucas did most of the talking, as
usual. In the order of their power of
talking the Supervisors stands as fol
lows: Lucas, Adams, Moore, Archer,
Smith, Paelc, Cox. '
There, was a bunch of spectators.
Some of them sat for a while, listening,
iters for repairing the Pall road be re-
advertltcd for, declaring that the time,
given had been so short that contract
ors had not been given a fair opportun
ity to bid on the Job. The time for
filing the bids closed at noon on Satur
day. They were advertised for but
three or four days ago. Wilson had
also to say that the specifications were
very vague and that be found It diffi
cult to get a ropy.
Lucas was Indignant and declared
that n man who asserted that he had
not had ample opportunity to consider
tho bids did not know what he was
talking about. He was trying to run
a great big bluff and should be called
down. He thought the letter from
Wilson n reflection on tho Hoard of
Lucas Is Indignant
"I'll be damned If I'm going to let a
man of C, II. Wilson's stamp take mo
to task on any such proposition," said
I.ucas. "i guess he can t tell mo my
nnd then went down to the street to business. He's had every opportunity
take a look at a big curtain In tho win
dow of the Ounst-nakln cigar store
which bore the legend: "Don't Disturb
tho Girls While They are Dressing the
Window." A space at the bottom of
tho window revealed a couple of palm
of artistic legs wearing open-work
hose and high-heeled patents. Tho first
supervisor to see It, after the meet'
Ing, pronounced It good.
Auto Confab Deferred,
Some automoblllsts, including J. A.
McCandlcss. presented themselves at
thn meeting, but asked that the matter
of tho nronosed ordinance reculallug
the driving of autos be held over for a to get his bid in shape.
tlrao until 'they could get together and
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tn put In his bid along with the rest.
He hat had the same, opportunity as
the rest. When he says the specifica
tions arc not In order he lies. I don't
propose tn have a man of Wilson's
rtamp raying that I don't know my
business. Any man of any Intelligence' fB. ,,. ,!,V,7fiu. i, i.u ,
en ,,.,1 th. .n..inr.nnn. n.i ...i... i "'.lnR cat dreadfully into his romuner-
stand them. Metier, Cotton and White-
tho County Supervisors' quarters to
"that dear Patterson, Now Jersey." I
To Cover Postage. I
Hoad Overseer and IJookkeoper
Charles Kulea, of Walalua, sent In a
prayer for increase In salary, declar
ing that postage stamps and such
H house hnve bids here and enclose cer
tified checks for $1500 each. There.
has been no injustice done to anyone,
Mr. Wilson is familiar with the work
atlon. Ills renuest for a I7K ner month
wage wat merclfuly granted. I
Then there, was talk of other rats-.
Ing. Lucas said that several of tho
County officers were in lino for moro
come to an understanding as to what
they wanted to recommend in tho way
County Cleric Kalauokalanl read a
book entitled "Minutes." Then, with
much detail, tho following appropria
tions were made:
Walalua road district J 859 ii
to be done. He told mo this morning 1 11"' lnt' wcro working hard nnu
timi nil hn M.nip.i wnn nn hour r n were earning more than they were get-
.. .l.. 11.1- ...... -.-.. t. I. .1.1 ....,..
tint.. 1 mib mutter nua ll'tl III UIU iiauua
of the Wnys nnd Means Committee for
An ordinance having to do with the
regulation of tho usa of sidewalks, In
trodtucd by Lucas, was read for tho
third time and action thereon deferred.
Lucas Introduced an amendment rov-
Whitehouse Gett Contract.
Adams remnrked that C. I). Wilson
had signed the communication for his
son. and his son was not at present on
the Island. "That Is the reason ho
wants It put off," said Adams.
Durlm; Lucas' remarks th Chair took
occasion to suggest that In- bo less "'nK tho keeping clean of sidewalk.
personal and strenuous In his lansuaec. Wants Roads In Shane. t
i:wa and Walanat road district 1257 C5 Tho letter was placed on the table and Secretary II. P. Wood of the Hawaii'
Walanao road district 27 25 later the bid of Whitehouse was ae- Promotion Committee wrote to remind '
County Attorney G.V 95 1 ceptod. The bits wcro ns follows: Cot. tho Hoard of tho contemplated floral
County Treasurer 140 25 ion Ilroj.. $1.33 per lineal foot; Lord pnrado on Washington's Illrthday, hop
County Auditor 14 30'fc Iklser, $1,22 2-10 per lineal foot: L. Ing that the Uoard would see to It that
Walalua road district 30 00 M. Whitehouse $1.19 per lineal foot, the Honolulu ltoad Supervisors would
Koolauloa road district 200 19 1 The successful 'bidder agrees to furnish see to It that the roads wero In good
County Clerk 54 8u nil labor and material and macadamize; condition for that great event. He
Keepers of parks 23 35 tho Tall road. Itenalrs are to extend also asked tho Hoard to furnish him
Hawaiian Hand 97 45 from tho top of the Poll for about 11.000 wllh Information ns to the mllcnco of
l'tipulcea homestead road .... 470 53'feet to the bottom on the Koolau side .macadamized loads on this Island.
ICwa and Walanao road district 18 30 1 of tho Island. . All members of tho Hoard wcro prpiv
ltoad tax special deposit (Ho- Thanks for Favors nt at Saturday's meeting. At 10:10
nolulu) 9C5 881 ,.. ,.... . . ..... n. in. tho Hoard ndloumcd until the
Garbage department payroll .. 397 Uon sent n a oto of iTnks for id cth " at 7:30 .. m.
Oarbago department payroll . . 109 85 il " . i. J ? . . I - , . .
ltoad department 641 79 ' " .'"l.." 'r. "' ,. .
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Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
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102-, FORT ST., I. O, O. F. Bldg. & 151 HOTEL 8T., opposite YOUNQ Hotel.
Koolauloa road district 10C 38
Koolauloa road district ,. 201 40
Koolaupoko road district .... 230 50
Police department 1043 57
Road tax special deposit (Koo-.
laupoko) . .-. 28 16
Koolauloa road district 32 50
Koolaupoko road district 205 17
Koolauloa road district 032 93
Pupukea homestead road .... 21 88
Koolauloa road district 37 50
Chairman Smith Attorney Douthltt
nnd Auditor Ulckncll, having mado
their regular quarterly examination of
tho Treasurer's aciountB, reported, In
aubitance, as follows, and tho repot
Total each on hand when the last ex
nmltiatlon was made, September 22, v
1905: $11,213.95. Receipts since that S
date: Trom the Territory, September, I'l
$33,000: Oitober, $35,000; November, 'X
$00,000; December, $00,000; road taxY
special ucpoeit to date, $vd:u; gnruage
receipts. $2130; excavator sorvlco re
ceipts, JIM, GO; Bwa and Walanae road
receipts, $10. Total, $21,3,700.00.
Kxpendlturos: Warrants slnco Sep
tember 22, 1905, $06,325.87; warrants
not cashed, $2,305.68. Total, $08,091.45.
Statement of Treasurers rash: Gold,
$1005; silver, $169.29; warrants paid
out this date (the day of the examina
tion), $3237.75; cash In Sprcclceln'
bank. $15,000; cash in Hlshop's bin);,
$16,000; cash In First National, $0,
023.42; cash in Hank of Hawaii, $18,
567.70; special deposit. Dank of Ha
waii, $9698.23. Total, $08,091.45.
Police Working Well.
A report was received from tho
County Sheriff. Adams said he con
sidered It very Interesting and thought
it should be read and given to tho
press. In view of gambling talk he
thought the report of great Interest.
"They geem to have been doing some
thing," Bald Adams, referring to tho
"Evidently the Grand Jury has no
fault to find," raid Chairman Smith.
"Everybody U satisfied except tho
Advertiser," chipped In Lucas. "Mr.
An ordinance regulating plumbing metal picture frames. Or perhaps you
was Introduced by Moore. It passed were made a present of some drawings ,
first reading by title. or paintings In which enso their value'
T. J, Curby of Patterson, New Jer- will bo greatly enhanced by having!
rey, wrote to the "Mayor of Honolulu," them appropriately framed. Urlng
Inclosing four cents in stamps, asking them to us and we will please ynu. We
for a postal enrd nlcture of the cltv have the biggest stock of mouldings lni
hall, also enclosing a picture of Pat- Honolulu and uio the best of taste In
terson city hall. Cleric Kalauokalanl framing. Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
was authorized to ship a portrait of Fort street
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