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EVENING BULU3TIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAnCH 7, 190S.
The Utile Ads with the Big Results
See Pnuo . NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ads.
HOUSE On Vineyard St
HOUSE On Klnau Street.
OFT10ES In Walty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses In alt rarU of tbe City.
BISHOP b. CO.,
Wur.dcnbcrg rcsluinrc, Beretanla St.
Nino rooms completely furnished.
Four to six months. Address C It F.
this omce. 3322-tf
A two story houso, No. 136 Oreen
street. Furnished or unfiirnlsncu,
Apply C. B. Ileynolds. 3317-tf
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwai, Smith St., mauka Hotel
2 nice largo front rooms. Unfurnished.
Ileasonnblo. Apply 2S0 Beretanla St.
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lano.
Five-room furnished cottage at Cot '
tape Grove. Inqulru No. 8. 3322-lf
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
84 Vineyard St 2728-ttj
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn nnd Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
Purfe containing coin, between Wal
uikl and Kallhl Reward at Jljl.f f;
Hawaiian BallastinB Company. Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish
Best black sand from 2 to $3 a load Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
according to distance hauled. Coral 3085-tf
rocks for stable, roads and side-
walks; firewood. Third door below MONEY TO LEND.
King, Maunokea 8L; P. O. box 820. '
. Te-lerbone Main 39G. I On jewelry ana merchandise Th. J.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bbno. 1111 Fort SL
DYEINQ AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
ciouea; ropajrs nioyoies anu fur
nishes employees. C29 King SL '
T. Hsysshl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Beretanla St. I
i 1 1
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. I
. cor. Pensacola and Beretanla.
"IFor TJapaneso laborers and yard boys.
(QUI at Hotel Chlkushl, or Telephona
Slain 0. . 3317-lm
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano wnrerooms
oJLE. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel 8t,
opposite Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Fine Job Prlnllno at the Bulletin.
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have "cording
ly laid In stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that we
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFI8H In blocks and strips, PICKLED BLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT 8ALMON, SALMON BELLIE8, 8MOKED EEL8 (Imported),
SMOKED HALIBUT, and 8ALMON SMOKED BLOATERS.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Beef cattle for sale- at Ka
huku Hanch. Kau, lift
wall. 3212 tf
ideal country home at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Gr. cottage, barn, lawn. roses, fruit
trees, nr. car line. Bargain. Apply
to P. E. It. 8trauch, Heal Estato, 74
S. King St., Walty Bldg. 3290 tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
nml nil Imnravementa. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College, Address H. F, this office.
Flro wood from the Kabaulkl camp.
Apply at the Moana Express, ana
shooting gallery, 19 llotol near. Nttu
nnu St. Phono Blue CU.
Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
Wggi In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
Hocus, barred or while. Teiepnone
White 831. 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address It. S. Ks Bulletin.
Two story house at Wnlalao and Cth
Ave. Inquire on premises. 332t-lm
ROOM AND BOARD
Modern and homolike, with private
family. 772 Hcllbron Ave. off Klnau.
'loom and board for 2 gentlemen nt
t1! King St 3321-lm
Hawaiian and Oriental stamps, post
enrds, liewapaper wrappings. Will
exchange. Address Handolph Stu
art, Greenwood, British Columbia.
Cottage nt Walklkl Beach; furnished
or unfurnished. Address L.. Bulle
A storeroom man at $40 per month nnd
found. Address II., this office.
Weekly tiulleiln J31 per year.
Carlo Pawn ?p Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
pointing. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros, Union above Hotel St
8ea Hastings for repalra of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, Hear Union Orlll.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDINO, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R ROWAT. D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3,101.
W. T. RAWLIN8, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
I Weekly Bulletin SI pe" y"
Meat Co,, Ltd
JZrTr' ' assss?assMgsssaaMsssi
A Time When Women Are Susceptible to Many
Dread Diseases Intelligent Women Prepare
for It. Two Relate their Experiences.
The "change of llfe"is
the must critical period
of n woman's existence,
and the anxiety felt by
w omen ni It draws near
is not without reason.
Every vvomnn who
neglects the care of her
health at this time In
vites dl vase and pain.
When her system Is In
a deranged condition,
or she Is predisposed to
apoplexy, or congestion
of any organ, tho ten
dency Is nt this period
likely to become nctlvo
and with n host of ner
rous Irritations make
Ufa a. burden. At this
time, also, cancers nnd
tumors aro mora liable
to form anil begin their
Such warning symp.
toms as sense of suffo
cation, hot flashes, head
aches, backaches, dread
of Impending evil, timid
ity, sounds In the ears,
palpitation of the heart,
sparks before the eves,
tion, variable .appetite,
and dizziness, are
promptly heeded by In
telligent women who are
annroachlnir the period
In life when woman's great change
may be expected.
Lydla E. Plnkhara's Vegetable Com
pound was prepared to meet the needs
of woman s system at this trying
period of her life. It Invlgorntes and
strengthens the female organism nnd
bulldsup the weakened nervous system.
For special advice regarding this Im
portant period women are Invited to
write to Mrs. l'lnkham at Lynn, Mass.,
and it will be furnished nlisolntelv free
of charge. The preent Mrs. Plnkhnm
latlicdnughtcr-ln.lnwof LydiaE. Plnk
hnm, hcrussistnnt before lier decease
nnd for twenty-flvo years since her
advice lias been freely given to sick
Head what Lyhia E. Plnklmm's Com
pound did for'llrs. llyland and Mrs.
Dear Mrs. HnVlism:
" I luul been iiurTerlngwIth dliplsw mnt of
IIia nrt-ann far TMirt anil mu iwuslnr throucll
the change of life. My abdomen wailuuiiy
swollen; my stomach was sore; I bail dlny
spells tick iionuacnen, ana was very nervous.
Lydla E. Plokham's Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fail.
Supervisors To Test
County's Power In
WILL ARRANGE SUPREME COURT CASE
The Oahu County Supervisors wnl
tcfer tbe matter of the validity oil
County appropriations for the Kujiio
Innl park to the Territorial Supreme
Court for a decision. County Attor
ney Douthltt, In an opinion requested
by Supervlsor-ut-I-urge E .It. Aduins
u ml rendered to the Board of Super-
Isors last evening says that the Coun
ty of Oohn has no right whatever to
appropriate funds for the Kapiolanl
park. Ho says the park is a Territorial
institution, under the control of a
board of commissioners appointed by
Last night the Supervisors listened
to Douthltt'a opinion and, having u
great deal of sympathy for the cnute
of the park, decided to give the County
Attorney a littla time to think up sug
gestions as to the method of procedure,
thfri call a special meeting of tho
Hoard to settle on a form of test case
to ascertain whether or not the Super
visors can give money to the park of
whntevcr else they dealt e to aid.
It was suggested by Lucas, Adam
expressing agreement, thai another at
torney should be culled In the case,
In the matter of the test, as Douthltt
tould not very well be expected to op-.
pose his own Ktand In the matter. j
Schcols and Parks.
Douthltt, In explaining some points
in bis written opinion to the Boatd,
declared that he. appreciated the fact
that tho Board of Supervisors 'was
willing and anxious to help out thq
Kapiolanl .nark with funds, andnluothe
public schools. So was he, for thuc
matter. He thought the parks and thi
schools most woithy cuUBes. Every
body, Including all tho.mcmberg of Ilia
Board, said Douthltt. was anxious, if
possible, to do something to help the
schools and the parks. Douthltt war
the only man wfio made uny remarks
In reference to helping the public
Archer asked if Douthltt's opinion
affected the status of the Hawaiian
band. Douthltt declared most emphat
ically that It did not. The band was
' distinctly ix County proposition.
Chairman Adams panted very de
tailed explanations from Douthltt at
to his park opinion.
I Douthltt explained that the members
of the Board of Supervisors were as
' l-ii.litaa -Tin.!,, tuiw.r. u.ra flplppntPft
powers. It was n rule of law that those
handling trust funds must confine
themselves within the law, strictly to
the specification or direct Implication
of the law governing tho handling nt
those funds. The power must exist In
the expressed words or tbe words of
the law mimt contain tbe necessary
Adams twltl tbe County Act express
ly staled that the Supervisors could
inter Into contracts. Only as tbe law
I wrote you ror iuvic anil conimyncru
treatment with Lydla K. Hnlhsm s Vege
table Compound a you dlrwtnl, ami I am
happy to sny thst all lliow illatrrwlng ymi
tomsleft me and I hare wil snfely through
the change of life, a well omnn. I am
rreomroeniiing your nif-uirmo u. nu j
I rU-nds." Mrs. Annie E. U. llyland, Chester
tOKII, Md, ,
Another Woman's Cnao
"During chance of life word cannot ex
press what I suffered. lyphylrian said I
luul a cancerous conilltlun of tlio femals
organ. One day I read some of the testi
monials of women who lmil Urn curwl by
Lydla E. llnkhsm's Vrgptsble t'oniniinl,
and 1 decided to try It and to write )ou for
advice. Your medicine made nw a well
woman, nnd all my bad symptoms soon
" 1 ailvlm every woman at thli erloil of Ufa
tnUlco your medicine and wrltn )nu for ad
vice." Mrs. IJule lllnkle, Knlom. lnd.
What Lydla E. Pinkhnm'a Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs, llyland and
Mrs. lllnkle It will do for other women
at this tlmo of life
It has coiKiuercd ytntn, restored
henlth, and prolonged life In cases that
utterly balllcd physicians,
allows, said Douthltt.
Adams wanted to know if tho Super
visors could have 'all the say as to the
Kapiolanl park If It happened that tie
majority of the nark commlssioncrj
were also members of the Board of
County Attorney Douthltt's opinion
cn tho relations between the Kapiolanl
park and tho Hoard of SupcrvUora Is
In part, as follows:
It will be seen from a reading of the
County Act, thut tho LSourd 01 Super
visors of each County Is restricted In
Its appropriations of funds to County
purposes alone. If the uipiopuauo.i
Is nut for County purposes within tlm
meaning of the act, then the Board
of Supervisors has absolutely no au
thority to make such appropriations.
Letter of the Law.
In other words, In order to properly
ascertain tho powers of the Board of
Supervisors with regard to the handling
and disbursing of public moneys, u
strict compliance with the letter of the
law must be observed by the Board, for
It must he remembered that tho lloud
of Supervisors Is acting Id a fiduciary
It Is a well settled principle of con
ttructlon of grunts by a legislative
body to municipal corporations Hint
only such powers and rights can be
exercised tinder them as are clearly
comprehended within tho words of tho i
act. or dctlved therefrom by ncccssar) ,
Inittllrinllmt ravn f il tinlnir It nil tit t tisi '
object u of the .tram.
A Delegated Power.
Wo mutt take into consideration that
the power of the Board of Supervisor
with rcferenco to tho disposition and
appropriation of public funds Is a del
egated power, and being a delegated
power It becomes necessary to adopt
a strict and rigid construction, rather
than a loose and pliable one.
Only Legal Claims.
It Is speclflcully set forth In the
County Act 'that tho Supervisors can
only make appropriations for legal
claims against tbe County. Now It
must follow, that If, In any given In
stance, there Is no legal claim en forc
ible ngnlnxt tho County, then the Su
pervisors would bo violating their trust
If thpv nhnnlil mnlm finnrnnrlntlnnn fnr
purposes which could never be mndel
the basis of a legal claim against thi
County. It must not only be a I.1CUAI.
claim ngalnat tho County, but It mtul
bo ENFOHCIDLK as such.
Park Is Territorial,
Therefore, the Hoard will readily sc
that It can make no appropriation of
public moneys unless the person fot
whoso bencilt it is made hid a legal
claim, enforclble against the county
Kapiolanl Park Is a Territorial Insti
tution. It is regulated and governej
by a Board of Trustees appointed bj '
the Governor of the Territory of Ha
waii, called the Kapiolanl Pork Com
mission. There was a special statulo
of tho Territory of Hawaii creating this
Commission, nnd defining the duties of
the Commission, The County has no
control over Kapiolanl Park or ovet
this Commission. I
As to Other Parks,
The question may well be asked as
to what position the parks other than
Knplolanl Park are in. This question
Is easily answered by referring to tin
provisions of the Revised Laws with re
spect to these other parks. These pro
visions will bo found In chapters 60,
CI, 62 and 63 of tho Itcvlscd Laws, and
It will be observed that In each of the
chapters mentioned, the Superinten
dent of Public Works Is vested with
the duty of maintaining the same. I
The Supreme Court held that the
transfer of such powers from the Sup
erintendent of Public Works to the Su
pervisors of the various counties wui
not an abrogation of the functions of
the Superintendent of Public Works,
but a modification of the same. I
Can It be claimed that the Kapiolanl
Park Commission could force the Coun
ty of Oahu to make appropriations for
the use of Kapltilanl Park? If tho
Board of Supervisors could bo forced to
ppproprlato moneys for the mainten
ance of this Institution, then It wouU
be a legal claim "chargeable" against
tho County; it tould be "enforced" by
legal proceedings, but I hardly be
lieve that the Board of Supervisors ol
this County could bo legally forced to
pass appropriations for the purpose
named: nnd therefore It must follow,
by logical deduction, that It the Board
of Supervisors of this County coulJ
cot legally be forced to make such ap
propriations, then the claim would not J
be enforclble against the County, and
If the claim Is not enforclble agalutt
the County, then the Board of Super
visors could not bo forced to audit or
allow such claim. I
Board Has No Power,
In conclusion, I will state that your
Honorable Board Is vested with cer
tain prescribed powers, beyond which
It cannot go. Much as your Board
would dcslro to mnlio the appropria
tion In question, still It can only net
within the scope of the power vcstc-1
In It by Inw. I am, therefore, of the
opinion that Inasmuch us tho claim is
not a legal clnlm against tho County
null could not bo enforced ng such, thnt
your Board has no power to make nny
appropriation with regard to Kapiolanl
hollowing the rending or uoutniii I
opinion, Lucas thought that, as lay-1
men, tiio supervisors snoum respect
the opinion of the County Attorney,
but the law seemed unreasonable. IU
"Tho Legislature failed In the mat
ter of park appropriations and thcro
seems to me no renson why we should
riot appropriate. We've been giving
out money for seven months and I see
no reason why the good work should
not continue. I think tho mattct
thould be taken at onco to the Supreme
lurtlior nnlntono exproeooil aro om-
bodied In the beginning of this account.
Should Pay Taxes.
Archer reported progress In the mat'
ler of his urging heads of County de
partments to see tbat employes paid
"I don't know tf 1 can get the band
boys to pay their taxes before they go
away on their tour, said Mr. Archer.
"I think It might be a good thing to bo
suro that wo all have paid our own
taxes before we get after other people.
I've paid my taxes. 'Have all tho
Supervisors paid their taxes? I'd ltltu
A momentary but novcrthelers death,
ly silence prevailed. Then a faint
stamping of npplauso came from the
Finally the Board seemed to admit
that Archer was correct.
Crematory Turned Down.
Tho following, In effect, from tho
lioanl or Health, was rtau:
"Pleasa Inform the Board that the
following was carried at tho Board of
Health meeting, February 28:
"That no public grounds for the
dumping and disposition of garbage, at
Honolulu, be allowed, and tbat the
Supervisors bo recommended to uso tho
Lucas said that the present system
of disposing of garbage met with the
approval of the chief quarantine olllccr
bcre and of President of tho Board of
Health Plnkham, This crematory vvaa
merely the whim of a member of the
Uourd of llcallli. Ho moved that tlu
County Clerk reply that the Couuty
had no money to devote to the crem
Mourn agreed on the money proposi
tion. Ha was for saying tnat the Board
had no money to appropriate for tha
maintenance of tbe garbage crematory.
Lucas accented Moore's way of put
ting It, hut stoutly maintained, never
theless, thnt, although tho Board might
have money, it certainly had no money
for the crematory. What was the sense
of digging up 1700 per month when Uis
gnruuges could be disposed of in A san
itary manner for $120 per month
Later Lucas thought the "buck"
should be passed; they should be In
formed that they are not "It." They
should bo told that the Board positively
refused to appropriate any money far
n crematory, "If they don't like It,"
enld Lucas, "they can do tbe other
llilng thoy can lum.o IL"
Moore wanted it understood that his
motion was made after consultation
with President Plnkham.
Lucas' motion, as amended by
.Moore's, was carried, namely, that the
County had no money which It rould
appropriate for the crematory.
Tho telephone company wrote to say
tnat steps were being taken, as per ro
quest, to icmove the polo on tho corner
of Foit and Hotel street.
The Honolulu Iron Works 'wrote to
cay that the three, steam tollers ordered
by "your good selves" had arrived In
San Francltfco nnd would come heto
on the Nebraskan,
After the compliment paid the Board,
tonirone might, have sugnested thnt tho
1 loyal Hawaiian band meet the steam
j rollers, but no one eo moved,
The road department reported Feb'
' (Continued on Page 8)
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carriage painting and building. This department Is In charge of skill
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take the building of wagons, drays and carriages. Prices are exceed
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REPAIR DEPARTMENT. ,
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COUNTY TltKASORER'S OFFICH
LINV COUNTY, Iown
CHAS II. CAItnOLL. County Treasurer
JAMES II. TIIAVIS, Deputy
VINCENT U. miEA, Clerk
I MAniON, IOWA.
.THOY CHEMICAL CO.,
Blnghamton, N. Y.
I Gentlemen: In September, 1901,
while In a race my horse Harry Temp-
ier was uuniiieu on mo icn tore ton
1!?! lllJ:1.Wh'l1c""'," f ";to ork. I only used "Savc-theWse"
brulo which left an enlarnemcnt,
I During tho fall, wnter and spring I and tho horse has been bothered with
trod all sorts of liniment and hi stersiu no more, 1 haa another horse go
without satisfactory results, and I was iamo with a bad Bpllnt and a few ap
afraid he would not stand train ng on 'plications fixed him all right. I think
.L",0!!-,?!?4, ..?e.Cl15 ,y,our n' .for y"r curo '" n - K-. nd well worth
"Savo-tho-Iorso" In the Horso Rovlow tho mouoy, nnd costs less for results
I concluded to give It a trial. I com- than somo of the cheaper remedies, I
menccd using It about Juno 1, and com- remain Yours Sincerely
menced to Jog him nnd stnrtod him. a' a on,
Into hard training Juno 15, nnd within' " a' Blh-LL.
six weeks after I began the use of -..,.,,.. .........
"Bavotho-Horso" there was no sign of ,
wcalino! or cnlarcemnnt of hr ten. T emvfc-irtfc-rlUK8E"
don, and he stood up to all kinds of
hard training and racing without show-
Ing any weakness whatever. That
tendon; Is as strong and clean as it
I havo only used about one-third of
Yours Very Truly,
J. B. TRAVIS. I
"Save-the-Horse" Permanently Cures Spavin, Ringbone (except low Ring,
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, Shoe Boll, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
all lameness without scar or loss of hair.. Horse may work as usual.
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TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N..Y.
Trade supplied by tho Hobron Drug Co. and the Holllster Drug Co., Ho
For Old Subscriptions.
Daily, i year $8.co 3000
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ALAKEA STS., NEXT TO HOL-
Albion, lnd., Nov. 15, 1905.
TnOY CHEMICAL CO.,
Blnghamton, N. Y.
Gentlemen: I purchased a bottle of
"Snvo-tho-Horse," last Bprlng, to uso
on a curb that had been laming a
horse for nearly a year. I bad used
- 'ROVrni mh.r rnnivHl... w th fnltr.,1
la few times when all lameness stopped
' mde ony bv th
TFIOY CHEMICAL CO.,
Blnghamton, N; Y.
Formerly Troy, N. Y.
"k- - m r r Bio,