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At last we can offer you a TAFFETA UNDERSKIRT that
SPLIT OR CRACK
Guaranteed silk petticoat are absolutely warranted against
ptlttlng or cracking and the following positive and binding
agreement to this effect Is attached to each garment:
If, through any defect, tho silk of this garment should split
or crack within Three Months from date of purchase, we agree
to replace It with a new petticoat.
Ye have them In black and leading colors
AT S0.50 S8.50 & S12 EACH
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County To Mandamus
POLICE MyST BE READY FOR STRIKERS
Orfhu County Supervisors put In three erecting a bandstand In Asia park as
hours of miscellaneous work last een a memorial to dead heroes In tho war
Ing. While moro was talked offthan He stated that he would look up spool
was accomplished there was ncverthc- flcattons nnd advertise for bids for the
less much done. Tho Treasurer was erection of a band stand In this park
practically told to go ahead and bring1 st the county'H expense
suit against the Teirltory for ovcrl County Engineer Gere.
$17,000 duo the County from tho com uuy uero unci an application wiin
lected delinquent taxes. The Tcrrl- tho Hoard to nil tho position of County
torlal Treasurer had refused, on the
Attorney General's advice, to Issue a
warrant. The sidewalk ordinance
passed final reading, Moore's plumblns
ordinance paued second reading and
the passage of tho automobile ordinance
Moore brought up the subject of thi
Hawaiian band being nllovvcd a leave of
Lucas said Gcro had tho endorse
enent of Superintendent of I'titiuc
Works Hollowny. He had done much
orl( for the government
Moore movod that Mr Gere be cm
plojcd at $225 per month Motion
I'acle thought Gere should be started
absenco from tho County for a period round tho Islnnds pretty soon to seo
of four months Ho said there was n. vvhat was needed. This Idea met with
proposition (that of Joe Cohen, man-1 warm favor but It was not considered
agcr of tho Orphcum theater) to take noccssnry to take any action In the mat
the band on a big mainland tour. Ho 'cr at tho time.
believed It was a splendid Idea nnd Bulletin Draws winner.
THE KINDTHAT DOMT WEAR OUT '
aHneHnatr. ends. Jfyou find
the tmeHriyiH you Hove
Hie oenulna. unaucsllonobty
Hjhe bt silk glove ever mode.
A guarantee ticket "wllh every pair
All linrlta nnd ..stales- . Jv
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In our store Is our glove counter, and
there Is a reason for It: We sell the
a new X
In each nalr Is a Guarantee Ticket that Is nood for
pair Free If the "tips" wejr out before the gloves. We have
them In white, black and colors
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would proe a great ndxertiscment for
tho Islands Tho County would sao
sccral thousands of dollars In the mat
ter of band maintenance, although It
was desired that some of tho money
ttiiift Rficpil lip distributed npr a cer
tain period as additional pay to the
I band In order that extra men might bo
taken on and trained so that a band
of forty-two would bo ready to make
tho tour when tho time came, and
In order that suitable uniforms might
be secured for the band bojs. It wns
the opinion of the Ilonrd that It would
be well for Uandmastcr Ilcrgcr to make
n statement to tho Honrd as to what he
desired and that also It might bo well
to icet tho opinion of the communly In
the premises, although It was felt that
no one would object to tho band being
gone four months. If during that time
It was advertising the Islands Secre
tary Wood of tho Promotion Commit
tee had said that ho received a large
number of letters from Portland,
whero tho band attended tho exhibition,
complimenting tho Hawaiian musi
cians. President of tho Hoard of Health
Plnkham, In tho matter of tho proposed
new public laundry for Honolulu, re
ported that tho Chinese Consul had
called on him and requested that ho
and representatives of tho Chinese
laundrymcn bo heard before action was
At 10:30 tho Board adjourned until
Those Who Attended.
At 7: 40 o clock tho meeting was
called to order, Vice Chairman 11 II.
Adams, In the absence on the mainland
of Chairman O.W. Smith, being In tho
i hair, and there being present Super
visors II. T. Mooro. John Lucas and
Andrew Cox, Clerk Kalauokalanl, Jr.,
Stenographer Aca, Clerk Uuffandcau
and members of tho press. I
Tho minutes of tho last meeting
Supervisor Frank Archer entered at
7 MR. apolOEizIng for being late.
Supervisor J. K. Paele arrived a mo
ment later, with a couple or spectators.
Auditor Ulckncll arrived at 8 o'clock.
Attorney IZ. A. pouthltt presented him
self a llttlo later.
County Detective Lako was on hand
about 8:30. Superintendent of Ulec-
trla Lights W U i-razco dropped In
during tho courso of tho evening, as
did also Honolulu Uoad Supervisor Sam
Ills Ordered Paid.
Tho following January demands
County 'Auditor, offtco clerk, 1120.
County Attorney, offlco clerks, $535
County Treasurer, ofllco. clerk. $120
County Clerk, offlco clerks, J 235.
I'lxed salaries, county officers, J1C70.
Koolauloa road district No 1, J835.
Walalua road district, $1375.
Kaplolanl park, 1304.25.
Road department, $2013 SO.
Koolaupokbo road district, (10C2.
Keepers of parks, $200.
1'ollco department, $7331.81.
Klre department, $3075.
(larbago department, $200.
Police and flro alarm system, $100.
Klcctrlc light department, $700.
Hawaiian band, $1550.
Aala Park Dandstand.
Cbalrmnn Adams reported that tho
Japanese had given up the Idea of
Auditor UlckneU'8 report for the tart
ilx months was read.
Moore moved that the report be ai
proved and ordered published In tltO
uulletln nnd Advertiser
"Any particular reason?" nsked the
"No," said Moore, "except that it be
"How about the Hawaiian papers?"
"Give all tho papers a show," said
Lucas, "If we give It to one let us give
It to them all."
"Kokua," said Archer,
"I m satisfied," said Moore
"That will be six papers to give It
to, remarked Archer. "There are
three Hawaiian papers."
"The publication Is only a matter
of form," suggested Moore
"1 think if wo print tho report In
one 1'ngltsh and one Hawaiian paper.
It will bo sumclent, the Chair declared
"Which is the official newspaper?'
Inquired Lucas, glancing toward tho
press table. "1 mean for printing," ho
"The Uulletln," wns tho reply
"I happen to know that the Uulletln
has the contract for all the Territorial
printing." volunteered County Auditor
"That's Territorial," said Moore
"Well, wo must bring this matter to
a head." said the Chair
"Let's put tho names of the papers
In a hat and draw for It," advised
"Tho Kuokoa Is tho Hawaiian paper, '
"That Is controlled b tho Advertis
er, I believe," said Adams.
The Chair urged that a motion wait
Lucas wroto "Uulletln" and "Stnr"
on two slips of blotting paper, turned
them over, and Archer drew one. It
bore tho word "Uulletln," whereupon
Mooro moved that the report be print
ed In the Uulletln. Carried.
To Mandamus Territory.
County Treasurer It. II. Trent sub
mitted correspondence had with the
Territorial Auditor on tho subject of
delinquent taxes collected during the
six mouths ending December 31. 1903,
Ho had mado n formal demand on Aud
itor Klshcr for DO per cent of the above
Kisher declined to Issue, a warrant The
amount Involved, as far as Oahu Is ion
cerncd, Is $17,039 38,
Whllo thin Iialr and baldness ftro
undeslrablo for inon, tlioy aro vastly
moro so for women, hotlilug adds
moro to tho adornment of women
than rich, heavy, flowing tresses.
Tho Iialr Is too valuablo to allow it
to suffer from neglect. So Just as
soon as you notlco that your hair Is
coming out you should uso
It checks falling of
the hair promptly.
Hair Vigor Is now
recognized as most
niarkod, and lias
brought to this prep
aration a world-wldo
You cannot possi
bly havo a splendid
head of hair when tho
scaln l covered with
dandruff. Wo urgo
upon all who aro In
any way trnublod
with dandruff to be
gin the uso of Ayer's
Hair Vigor atonco.
Do not bo deceived
jv chean Imitations wmen will onlr
disappoint you. Mako suro you get
AVKIl'3 Hair Vigor.
Prrfire4t;Dr. J.C.AjertC .Uwill.Miit .U.S.A.
A light house makes a light heart.
The steady light is the study light the Electric Light.
Did you ever think of electricity as the great universal fluid that
radiates from the heart of nature to make the world brighter? .
We all wish to be looked at in the best light. The best light to
be looked at, or to look at other folks In, Is Electric Light.
A lightning bug Is pretty In the landscape, but It Isn't much good
to travel by. If you want your shops popular, make your streets
bright with electric lights.
Electric Lights, like the fairies of the old German legends, will do
much hard housework for you, if you treat them well.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd
Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Mata 390
bo any decision of the Attorney Gen
eral's department against allowing the
county tho nmount called for Tim
County was by law entitled to It
".Mandamus the Termor, suggest
ed I ucas
County Attorney Douthltt said he
advlcd Treasurer Trent to make n de
mand for tho warrant. Mandamus was
about the only way to decide the mat
ter Thero seemed to bo some question
as to the Count 's right to tho money
The following resolution was put nnd
"That the Hoard of Supervisors
heartily approve tho Treasurer's action
regarding 1110 demand made on me icr
rltorlal Auditor for the delinquent
taxes and suggest that the Treasurer
take such steps In the matter as may
bo necessary, on the advice of tho
County Attorney. Mandamus, accord
ing to DoutbltlB remarks, la now in
Superintendent of Public Works Hoi
tow ay wrote the Hoard salng that
Mr llcrhtel of tho Immigration depart
ment had drawn attention to wntcr
vtnndlng on Channel street, maknl of
the station. He suggested dumping
coral there Hollow ay also cnllcd at
tcntlon to tho condition of (ho side
walk on Hlvcr street, between Ilerc
tanla nnd Kukiil Ladles teaching at
a Japanese church were much incon
vcnlrmed In wet weather.
I'lro Chief Thurston sent In an esti
mate of $ IC75 for Tebruary expenses.
W W Uoyd sent In his resignation
as an engineer In the fire dcpartminL
D It Vlda applied for the portion
of Inspector on the contract known
as "rena rs. Pall road:
Delegate to Congress J. Kalanlanaolo
acknowledged by letter tuo receipt o
roples of resolutions, relatlvo to the
"75 per cent Federal revenuo" meas
ure, fa Ing that tho resolutions would
be forwarded to tlio proiier omciais
James I' Morgan, chairman of Ilia
hnrbors, shipping and transportation
committee of tho Chamber of Com
merce, wroto to sny that the railway
wharves vvcro poorly lighted.
New Public Laundry.
President of tho Hoard of Health
We have just received new supplies of
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Trent awaited an expression of tho. Plnkham sent In his report upon a pos
Hoard's wishes ' slblo new public laundry, for tho city
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Mooro failed to see how there could
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THE 3d DOCTOR
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Tliu following letter was unsolicited
ilrothrrhooil lUllrnul Trnlnmm
Nor or Never l.nltfo, No M7.
Ilmokh-n. N Y.. Auir 11. 1'jliS
J J lilton Co. hiin Traucliicii mar
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