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F.VENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, MAnCH 20, 1906,
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at TSH tAOe
Begins Monday Morning,
For One Week Only
Insertions and all
Will be Sold at
Manufacturers' Cost Prices
See Our Fort Street Window
Sale Begins Monday Morning
The Importance of this tale to every home cannot be over
estimated. The price reduction! are almoit beyond belief, vet
every piece of embroidery It plainly marked and will prove Itt
quality. There are hundred of patterns to select from and ev
ery one dainty and pretty. It Is one of the most Important econ
omy events we have ever planned., Prices will astonish you.
SUPERVISORS HOLD BRIEF
AND ROUTINE SESSION
KAHAUIKI BRIDGE CONTRACT LET
NO ANXIETY OVER HAUULA
BRIDGE PARK EXPERT
, Supervisor Lucas, at the meeting of
tho Hoard of Supervisors Inst evening,
declared that two young men, J. Lents
and 0. McCorrlstnn, had been Insulted
and assaulted by Detective Lake of
the County Attorney's department, Sat.
llrftnv nvonlnir tn 17a Intlmfltn,! thtit
J Mr. Lake was not sober at the time.
Lucas moved for n committee to in-
I vcstlgato and Chairman Adams named
Supervisors Moore and Lucas to do tho
business. 1'Jvory.body concerned was
present at the meeting but nothing bo-
1 yond the appointment of the commit
tee was done. Mr Lucas seemed deep
ly moved In tho premises.
I According to the story of the alleged
Insult and assault. Lake was looking Lawn
j for a man who had passed bogus checks I Chairman
on a Japanese.
Lucas thought Robinson should bo
voted the thanks of the Hoard. lie had
done q great work.
"It's hardly more than wo bad a
right to expect to receive," said Moore
"I think the Hoard has dono Its Bhare
end I think Mr. Koblnson has done his
duty. It would be very nice to send
Mr. Koblnson n vote of thanks for tin
completeness of his report.
Lucas moved a vote of thanks tor the
"complete and comprehensive" report.
Moore. seconded. Carried unanimous))'.
Present at last night's meeting were
Supervisors K. R. Adams, chairman,
II. T, Moore, Frank Archer, J. K Pa.
tic and J. Lucas, County Clerk Kalau
cknlanl, Stenographer Aca, Clerk Iluf
fandeatt, Honolulu Itoad Supervisor
Sam Johnson, County Engineer Gere,
Judge Phil Weaver, Harry Murray, Mr.
tfpltzcr, John NotL J. Lewis, Ceo, Mc
Corrlston, Couny'Atto'rney Douthltt,
Detective Lake, and members of the
At 0:15 the Hoard adjourned until the
27th, Tuesday next
The semi-annual election of offlccis
of tho Honolulu engineering Associa
tion was held last night at Haalclea
Kilwnrri f!. rtrnwn- vlro
Tho Japanese appealed chairman. C. 0. Hallentynej treasurer,
I to the County Attorney and Lake was
detailed on tho case. The appearand
of one of the young men above named
seems to have tallied with the descrip
tion given Lake by the Japanese, Wa
da, who was swindled. Hence, a mis
taken Identity led to an unpleasant col
lision. I-ake Is charged with drawlug
a gun. This ho denies.
T. A. Petrlo; secretary, K. O. Keen;
directors: Charles Musgravc, W. b.
Wall. Wm. Wclnrlch. T. Cllvo Davlcs
and L. K. Pinkham were admitted to
membership. The meeting night was
changed from the third Monday to tho
second Thursday of each month,
tfdward Cannon of Portland, Oregon,
nnljA nn FMAnfrlr.nl lnivnr an.! llnvAl.
One of the young men Is a nephew of 0pmcnt for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Mr. Cannan spoke, of the excellence
of tho power plants operating tho
street Tallwoy and street lighting ser
vices, but believed that with a fixed
central power plant, there would bo a
largo reduction In the cost for power
to each of these enterprises.
Petitions to Board.
A petition from 38 residents of Hail
ula homestead lots complained that
they had Buffered In the sale of beach
lots Nos. 1, 2, 3 andt; that they con
stitute their landing placo for gooiU.
They asked that tho County tak.e over
tho lots for the U80 of the public and
erect a tool house at Hauuln for tbu
I Dltrnnftn nt nlnrlnr- tnnta nml Imnlii.
ments used In the roads. Entered for Record March 17, 1906,
Tli mntlar nf IIia lnl ni rnfurrnrl ' From 10:30 a, m. tO 12 nOOn
to Land Commissioner Pratt. I r.0.0,p?,!k) V ?!!'" '?"? ;;;;,I)
A petition was read from property h,K ' llln cl nl ,0 nothsheha M A I
'owners and residents of Puunul, calling .Icn. ; . s'
.. . .. . . - Phnrtnttn I. Titrni). lit, nltv tn
, aiiciuion 10 mo uangcrous roaming 01 "" " - '
REAL ESTATE THANSACTIONB
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
Fruits and Vegetables
Fresh from California
The s. s. Ventura brought u the following assortment of
California Fruits and Vegetables:
ORANQES . LEMONS
cattle. No protection Is u Horded by
i.c poundmastcr or the police dcpait-
'the following appropriations wcro
Hoblnson park system, $300.
Koolaupoko road district, 1375.75.
Koolauloa Hoad District No. 1,
County Engineer, JO.CO.
Electric Light Department (paj
! Police and fire alarm system (pay
Klectrlc Light Department (material
and supplies), $1810.07.
I Aula Park bandstand, $USI.
I Oarbago Department (payroll),
Itoad Department, $3181.21.
Road Department (special), $1242.r9.
Koolaupoko road district, $18.87.
Itoad Department,. $135.
That Kahaulkl Job.
Lucas reported that tho lowest bid
der's bid (or the construction of tho
Kahaulkl bridge, Mr. Walker's bid, was
not In form, On tho recommendation
of County Engineer Qcro ho moved
that the Job bo given the lowest legal
bidder, the Hurrell Construction Com
pany. County Attorney Douthltt had
an opinion In tho hands of the Super
visors to the effect that Walker's bid
was not pioper and the County could
not legally entertain It.
Archer for Economy.
Archer thought If Sam Johnson
would do tile work hlniscll, the Coun
ty would bivo money. Johnson was
Entered for Record March 19, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:33 a. m.
W S Terry and wf to -Mrs. Elizabeth
Anton lllhflra and wf to Juan M
Frank Gerard to J O Ernesto .....'. .1)
Manuel M Jardlne ct al by shff to
Wm Fernandcs I)
W Hook toT Kutsunal I)
Mnlulc and hsb to J T Hakcr D
John 0 Scrrao to Mrs Mary I da
Frank (1 da Rosa to Mrs Mary I Sll
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nervous er
8lck Headache, Poor Appetite, Cot-'
tlveness or General Weakness
needs the Hitters to make her well
again. It has curod thousands In
the past 60 years. In coses ot In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, In
stands first. Try a bottle.
Notice of Payment of
Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd,
Notice Is hereby given that the Wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its right to pay tho
whole of Its bonds Issued and dated
April 1, 1901, amounting to One Mil
lion Dollars ($1,000,000.00) upon tho
1st day of April, 190C, and that said
bonds will be paid with Interest to
April 1, 190C, upon presentation nnd
surrender thereof at tho offlco of tho
Company, upon March 31, 1906 (said
April 1, 1906 being Sunday); and no
tice Is further Riven that the Bald Wat
nlua Agricultural Company, Limited,
will bo In no wlso chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
aid first day of April, 1906
W. A. IJOWEN, Treasurer.
Waialua Agricultural Company, Lim
ited. Honolulu, T. II., February 24, 1906.
3316-to Mar 31
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Hy request of the President, notlco
Is hereby given of a Special Meeting
va I) of the Stockholders of the Oahu 8itgar
Daniel Porter to Robert C Saddler.. I) Company, Limited, to bo held In tno
Iloboit C Sadler and wf to John M I Hnckfeld Iliilldltig In Honolulu, on
UCBB -, ji Thursday, March 29th. A. I). 1906, at
First IlanlVo'f Hllo Ltd to Harry's' 10 o'clock a. m.i for tho purpose of con-
nirinr.i nn.i vi 11..1 sldcrlng the proposed form of Deed of
Hnrry 8 ftlckard and wf to First I Trust or Mortgage, to be given by the
Bank of Hllo Ltd . .. M ' ci,m,an", ,0 I.ll",10p Trl,,t ,Comm"-
Monoel Hraneo to II 8 Itlcknrd and Wmttml. In order to ecuro tho now s
wf i..,i suo of 5 Per Cent. Gold Coupon HondB,
Union l.'Cn,iiiorl..illvln All.nrl . OIKI IIIU 10ml Or SOICI UOnilS; UnU lO
Trnl( tvj tako such action concerning said
Helen E Carpenter' by otfy Vo Albert . 1)CCI' of.TrVi or Mortgage and Bonds
All the above are crls p, fresh and delicious.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Retail MAIN 22.
J, Retting ?27B per month. Why couldn't
Helen Hoyd to Aklau (w) I
Fidelia M Lyons by tr to Jose No
bregga , Itel
Jose Nobrega nnd wf to Joso Car
THE 8ALVATION ARMY.
as may be deemed advisable.
Honolulu. T. II.. March 12th, 1906,
33330 Mar. 13, 20, 28.
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED,
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDER3.
Pursuant to resolution passed at tho
The Young People's Legion of tho
Salvation Armv nromlses tho oiihllc a
Musical Cyclouu tonight, In tho hall, annual stockholders meeting of tbls
corner of King and Niiuanu streets. Company notice Is horoby given to all
rnmm.niillu. nt K nVlnek Thi.r.i will hollltrs Of bonds Of tills Company
f ne do the work. Engineer Ocre had bo a special program; tho brass and numuereu irom i io iuv uom inclusive
figured, said Archer, that the Job could string bands will play, and thoro will " pi-i u.u muiu iur i.u,.in.-.li. u
bo dono at a tlgure very much lower, bo vocal selections, quartets, trios, the, Treasuror of tho Company at his
than the Hurrell bid. Engineer Oero. duets nnd solos. Young pcoplo uro OS..0,"1'1" '" tho Hackfcld liullulng. In
nrp.ent Airtilnlnn,! ihni In ih. flPiirM neelatlv Invited. I Honolulu, on tho 1st day of April. A. D.
Adjutant ilamuerry returned trom
Kauai Sunday morning, whero ho op
ened n Chinese Mission, with head
quarters at Kealla, The officer In
chargo will conduct meetings on all
plantations where Chinamen work, and
also among tho men on the rlco plan
tations. The Army has a number of
12 1"2 C PER POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came In the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c.
2 Lbk 35 c.
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
'PHONE, MAIN 149
Digestive Marvel &
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
referred to, the percentage for profit
had not been figured. Archer said the
County would have to keep close to the
Hue In money matters.
Lucas said If the bridge was not
rushed there would be some suit tor
damages for loss of llfo or broken
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment.
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS WILL fIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Lucas' mo'tlon Anally carried unan- converts among tho Chinese on Katul
Imously. Lucas then moved that the, and by giving them a homo of their
tn. l. .,.... 1 .n .1 .. ..I .. I. I- 1 . .!.,
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ibip your
goods and save you money.
Dealeti la STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone Main 5&
County Attorney bo asked to draw up u
Hauula Bridge Can Walt.
lllds for reinforcing a bridge nt Hau
ula wero next considered. The lowest
bid was J1-.0-J. It was the opinion of
Engineer Gere that, allowing 20 per
cent for profit, the job could be dono
for sz.SOO. LucaB was not anxious In
i legard to this brldgo nnd said it could
I wait. He moved tho rejection of tho
I bids and his motion carried.
I james Nott, of the McCitlly Improve
ment Club, askod for two lire alarm
boxes In that dlbtrict. There were po-
iiico doxcs uui no pniroimen. iicicrrcii
'Jo Mr. Moore, who will report ut thu
I next meeting.
Judge Weaver, of tho Manoa Im
' provement CluO, asked tor tho (ontlu-
nation of Oaliu avenue to tho main Ma
W. I'fotenlianer. for II. Hackfeld ft
Co., agents for tho B. S. Texan, wrote
the Hoard to express appreciation of
the work of the Are department durlnu
tho flrn aboard the A.-1I. S. S. Texan.
Band for Charity,
l.eahl Chapter, No, 2, Order Hatter
titar, asked for the Hawaiian band fur
Saturday afternoon, May C, at Haalc
lea lawn, nt a fair to bo given for be
nevolent purposes. Granted,
Park Expert Thanked.
Park Expert C. Mulford Robinson's
.report was read by title.
own It Is hoped that many nioro will
Tho work nmong tho Porto Rlcans
on Knual Is very hopeful, a number
having Joined the Army lately. During
tho Adjutant's visit upwards of forty
expressed a dcslro to bocomo Christians
1906; and notice Is also given that no
further Interest will be paid on bonds
outstanding after said 1st day of April
190G, as Intorest will cease on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Fob. 23, 1906.
McBRYDE SUGAR CO., LTD.
Notice Is hereby given that tho An
nual Meeting of the McIIrydo Sugar
Company, Limited, will be held In tho
office of Thco, II, Davles & Co., Ltd.,
on Thursday, March 22nd, 1908, at
10 n m
PA88ENOER8 ARRIVED. Tll0 Btock transfer books will bo
From Maul, Kona and Kan ports, per closed between tho 8th and 22nd Inst .
PER THE 8. 8. NEBRASKAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
8UITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schuman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ BLDQ.
-.102.; FORT 8T., I. O.
F. Bldfl. & 151 HOTEL ST.
opposite YOUNQ HttsL
L'a VitH fo"unQfttiutI
Irrlutluui or ulcuritlmifj
hat ta iirintait.
rmieu 14mlb,(u - .
IKttVUSUIMIOllU). i.i..i. 1 1 not MIND.
I (lot or poUutiout.
Holil hf MrugsJaU,
l'irri. I en rraut.1
stmr, Maunn Loa, March 20. Miss L.
H. Kay. Miss M Kendall. J. V. Kendall,
Copt Nlblack. I'. S. N., Capt. Carter, U.
S, N.. II. O Ramsay, V R. Lowrcy, II.
Akl. L. I. Lincoln. II. I Lincoln, T So
bayama, Mrs. M. Oonvelu, (1. Akont,
W. J. Hells, K. K. Illlbll. It. 11111(1, .Mrs,
R. Hind, V W. Ilruner, Father Chas
Wlndels, J. A. McDmiagh. Dr. O, R.
McDonagh. Mr. Mitchell, D, II. Macon
nrhlo, N. II I.eong, Young Dong. V
J. Dyer, C. Hcdemann, II. Doden, Mrs.
8am Nowlcln and 109 deck paBsen-6Ta.
F. M. SWANKY,
Treasurer, Mcllrydb Sugar Com
Honolulu, 8th March, 190C.
3330 Mar. 13. 1C.20.
hat suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
desire to notify the subscribers to
their Directory that they have with
drawn from the field.
We thank our subscribers for their
We have Just received a splendid consignment of choice olives,
Genuine Large Green SPANISH QUEEN OLIVES
MEXICAN MANZANILLO OLIVES
This Is an especially fine lot of olives and will be sold In bulk.
Many people are unaware of tre fact that olives sold In' bulk are
equally as good as bottled ol'ves, These olives of ours are, If any
thing, better than glass goods, And at a Lower Pricel
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45.
i MwMmNNp WiHgaJ
Special Sale Lemmon-Earle Directory
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WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SOR,
Nos. 44-60 King 8L, y 9lo-k. bet.
Nuuanu and Smith 8ti.J Tel. aln 189.
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