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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1906.
"a " v5PfPT",,?,' J''vr
ESTABLISHED IN 1B58.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit Issued
the Bank of California and N. fl
Sons, Lon- ft I
Correspondents for the
American Express Company,
ann i nni i:aaw m. rah
.. ,.. ,,
Interest allowed on term
and Ssvlngs Bank Deposits.
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
140 24nvmtia Dirtvrn coin
! R. A. WOODS
ROOMS 17181920, 2ND FLOOR
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrigues,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 3T3.
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PUN') COMPANY,
1S6 and 158 HOTEL ST..
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BISHOP 8TREET.
Telephone Main 78
Gitv Meat Market
For Choice Island Beef and Vege
tables. California products by every
ORDER8 DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
A large consignment of well season
ed KOA LUMBER.
Will be sold very cheap.
FONG INN CO.
1152 NUUANU 8TREET,
P. O. BOX 999.
OF THE VERY BE8T QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
MIIHN SODA WORKS
FACTORY 142S EMMA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
FRE8H CUT FLOWERS AND A
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
AND CURI08 AT THE
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by tk
HONOLULU RENOVATINO CO,
J. J. Fern, Mansger.
Richards near Queen 8ts, All tele
phone messagee promptly attended to.
Wo call for and cMlver. Dyeing extra.,
Scaled proposals for constructing
concrcto embedded steel beam bridge
to replace timber truss on shortcut
road Koloa, Kauai, T, 11 , will bo re
ceived by the Doard of Supervisors of
the County of Kauai, until 9 20 a m, of
Wednesday, April 4th, lDOfi,
rians, specifications, and blank
forms for submitting prof oxuls, will bo
furnished upon written request, accom-
panled by deposit of Klvo Dollars
($5 00) by addressing . H. Sweetser,
County lload Supervisor, nt Llbue, Ka.
ual, T. II.
Tho right Is reserved to reject any
or all bids.
My order of the Doard of Supervisors,
(Signed) II. D. WlSHAItB,
Llhue, Kauai, March 10, 1S0C.
Mr. O Somma, who formerly con
ducted the barber shop at 928 Tort
street has reopened n new, neat and
clean shop nt No.UO King near Nuu-
nnu street 3328-lm
1128 FORT ST.
HAVE FOR SALE
Imported Bulls, Covs. Horses
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE BRED
TELEPHONE MAIN 109.
WH 6. IRWIN& CO., LTD.
Agents for the
Aoyal Iniurrnce Co. of Liverpool, Eng
Alliance AKuranc Co. of London,
Icottlsh Union & National Ins. Co. ol
Fit Association of Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd
Allhelma of Magdeourg General Inr
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for trrlgctlon
purooses a soeclatty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
sxscmU M shortest notice.
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED,
PRESSED, HEPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
Will call for and deliver same.
TELEPHONE MAIN 198.
LARGE 8TOCK OF
1120 NUUANU ST.
TELEPHONE WHITE 718.
FRESH MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 139
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. IuONTOONERY:
P. O. BXO 152. TEL,
YARD, corner QUEEN &
nD CIIUU'C BLOOD ANB
rtakaa Flesh and Btranffth for Sick nna
1 1 blood!
nervous women, aiops wenKness i
fees b,mnklnR strong, rich red
oncoKf aitense n
resist It. sold
or 3 boles for
rioe. write uaoDOUt Home Treatment
R. mjBANKS co., pnnaueipma. c
M. W, McCHESNEY & SONS,
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
FI8HNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANDEZ & SOU,
NO. 44-50 King St, ' .cy BlorV, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith 8te.; Tel. sin 189.
"For Rent" cards on ale at
the Bulletin office,
. brtkJ&MUiik&ilU vM..Lfe4.il.ii u, 'V
Hawaii's Harbors And
Public Buildings Explained
By Business Delegates
Hearing of Hawaii's Iluslness Del
cgates before Scnato Commltteo con
tinued from Tuesday.
The Chairman, jfou had school
houses and )ou had school tcacherK
scattered throughout the whole Island?
-Mr. O V. Smith. Yes, sir; but v.e
hnve not sufficient at the present tlmo
to handle all tho school population.
and some of the buildings are In a cry
Tho Chairman. That la what 1 want-'
ed to ask you about. Did you hmo
enough school buildings to nccommo-
date jour children of school ago be-
Mr. G. W. Smith, Not at all times,
The Chairman. Ilut approximately
so, I Infer from the nny you answer.
Mr. O. W. Smith Yes. sir. we tried
to do that. All along wo tried to keep Governor's office. The scnato Is not
pace with tbc growth of the school large In numbers; but fifteen,
population ' Ibe Chairman That building. I
The Chairman Is jour population understand jou, Is In a reasonably good
increasing much since nnnexatlon? condition?
Mr, O. W. Smith Only In tho mat- Mr. 0. W Smith. It Is In a good con
fer of school children The number of dltlon, sir.
births has been cry largo In Hawaii. The Chairman. And It Is large
Senator Wetmorc, Is tho total pop- enough to accommodate the uses to
ulatlon of today less than it has been? which you are subjecting it?
Mr 0 V Smith No, sir; tt Is 131.- Mr G V Smith. Yes, sir; It ili.es
000. It Is less thnn It was years ago. tery well. During tho leglslatUo sec-
Tho lliunllnn population a bundled felon it Is cry much crowded,
lenrs ngo was something like 100,000 The Chairman Your gouTiior hns
Senator Wetmoic. I mean within his olllcc in that building?
ten j ears I Mr. Q W Smith Yes, sir, In that
-Mr (i v smith Within ten jeais
the population hns remained about stn-j
The Chairman. What amount of ex-1
rcnclltureg do )ou think It will be nee-
cssary for jou to mnko on account ot
school buildings and to Increase') our
educational facilities nnnuall) ? I
Mr O V Smith. The pronotltlun!
of new pinna In the department of nub-
lie Instruction estlmnUs an expendl-
ture of nearly 1800.000 7S0 000 for
new schoolhouies nnd teachers' houses
principally In outl)lng districts This
umount Is not to be expended for sal-,
arte or for current expenses, but slm-'U
ply for permanent lmproemcnts.
The Chairman What knd of build-
Ings do -jou hmo for school purposes?
-Mr. O. W. Smith. In the city of
Honolulu and the town of llllo, brick
ns much ns potslblc In the out!)lng
districts of the Island a sreat many of
the buildings are frame with one, two,
nnd three to five rooms, llut as I stat
ed, Senator, every schoolhousc has to
have a teacher s house adjoining
Senator Piles. What is )our school
Mr. 0 W. Smith. The school popu
lation, as I grnc It, was 20,406, or 91.C
per cent of all those of school age.
Mr. W O Smith You Inadvertently
made a Utile mistake in regard to popu
lation and Its Increase. According to
the census of 1X90 the population wim
00,000 within ten; in 1S98 It was 109,000,
nnd In 1900 It was 151,000. 1
-Mr. O W. Smith Have )ou tnken
Into consideration tho different rnccs?
Mr. W O Smith These figures are
from tho census of those jc.irs. 1
Mr. G W Smith. I stand corrected
on that point, 1 had not looked Into tho
matter closely I
Mr. W O Smith There was an III
crcaso from 109.000 In 1896 to 101,000
In 1900 I
Tho Chairman It has been Just
about stationary since 1900? I
Population and Schools.
Mr O W. 8mllh. Since 1900, the
the Chairman Assuming that jou
inmmodatlons for jour 20,000 children,
It seems to me on first Impression thnt
1800,000 Is a rather large expenditure
for additional school buildings.
Mr G W Smith. I can explain that.
Senator, by saving that buildings 011
thn other Islands, outside of the city of
Honolulu -or Huwall, or Oahu und on
the other Islands, arc In a very dilap
idated state They wtro built ears
nnd jeai'B ago They havo not alvvn)
received the care they should have had
Mr W O Smith And they arc cr
Mr O. W Smith. They nro
'Xl I ond i(ttinrbo neel
id MnrJi n,o..n i. in nnt
cssary to expend Inrgc amounts to put
up substantial buildings to nccommo
"'Y the fu "re """u"'"u" """ """''l
( - ,. i .. . . ..
7'"' ,clln1lr"a,n- 1,,Tv,,at J .u, clmp.
I1"" of public build ngs that you want
to construct" on have touched upon
!' lny"J Ja,emfnt- - ' ll0"l'l kc
,0 Wltlt fuller Information.
Mr' w 8ml,n l ,uuo cl"1,'',l
school buildings partly ns public build-
Ingj There are needed proper court
houses In outljlng districts and propn
jnlls and buildings of thnt nature Pub
lie buildings there nlso would mean
possibly eoir'e l'ederal public hulldlngb
They ere lmpioperl housed at present.
Another thing senator, our jail in no-
liolulu hts become reully n Tcrrltorlnl
lenltentlaiy housing all tho Fcdeiul
The Chairman The Government
pas jou lor that I suppose? i President's messago In l hut respect I
-Mr O W Smith. Yes, sir, they pay, Tho Chairman Yes; Jmt you do not
tor that 'contemplate undertaking any harbor
'Iho Chairman And I presume If the Improvements, I suppose, on jour own
(lovcrnment were to erect nny Federal account?
buildings there the Government Itself Mr 0 W 8mlth Tho Territory hat
would mnko provision directly for that done so, sir, on thn other Islunds of
purpose? the group,
Mr. O W Smith Posrlbly so. (To be continued)
Present Public Buildings.
The Chairman, I prcsumo that whnt The BU3INE88 MAN'8 HANDY IN
you would want in the way of public DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
buildings under this appropriation tin and tho Weekly Edition, gives a
would be public buildings for the uaj concise and complete resume of all le
of jour Territorial government. Whul gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
kind of a Territorial capltol have youT ments, building permits and real es-
Mr. 0. W Smith Wo have the cap tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
Itol building in which Is situated the 75 Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
Governor's olflco, tho Attorney Oener-.Sl P"" J""""
Pl'g olllce, the Auditor's ofllcc. the Uo-
partment of Public Works, and Uh1 The Wcokly Edition of the Droning
Treasurer's olfflco They occupy what Dulletln glvea a complcto summary of
was at one time, under the monarch,! the nows of tho day. For SI year,
the nalare. I
I Thn Phnlrmnn Whnt klml nf u
-- - " ... - - -- -
building Is that?
Sir. O V. Smith, A cry good build
ing of concrcto, nnd It will answer tho
purpose for a good many years.
The old Government building, which
wo call the buUdlng across tho Btrect
from the palace, Is now occupied by
tho courts, Including Mio United State
district court and the United States
district attorney. It Is In a dilapidated
state. It needs repairing icry much,
indeed. The Hoard of Health nnd the
survey department hao a separato!
The Chairman. Where does tho Tor-1
rltorlal Legislature meet? I
Mr. G W Smith In what Is known
as tho throne room of tho capllol build-
Ing, the old palace Tho loner house
mocts In the throne room, and the iip-l
per house generally In a portion of the
Mr G V. Smith,
Mr (1 V. Smith.
Where Is bis res
ile has n prhnte
Which belongs to
He has no official
Mr. G. V Smith. No, sir.
Senator Wetmore Tho building used
Cor the courts Is out of repair, 5011 say?
The Court House.
Mr G. W Smith tt Is out of repnli
would bo ample for our purposes If
I we did not hae togUcup room which.
howcer, has recently beeu paid for
The United States district court onu
pics room that renlly Is necessary for
the official offices of tho Territory, nnd
up to the 1st of October that was gUcn
rent free, or, rather, they took It The
Governor mado efforts to sec If rent
could not be paid by tho United States
lor the occupancy, and It has been paid
since the 1st of October.
Tho Chairman. If wo wore to apprn-
! priate 75 rer cent of the Internal taxes
nnd the customs revenue, ns this House
bill provides, whnt would you do with
, Mr. G W. Smith That would be do
tcrmlncd by Congress, as provided 1 11
The Chairman No, If wn provide II,
as here Indicated, for public hulldlugj
and educational buildings?
Mr G. W Smith I think that ono of
the first things would bo tho orcctlon
of a large number of new srhoolhousift
throughout the group, with teachers'
Senator Wetmore: Could jou not it
pair tho old ones?
Mr G. W. Smith I doubt, sir, If
some of them nro worth repairing
Senator l'llnt. Of what are thoy con
structed? Mr (1 W Smith. Wood
Mr W. O. Smith. Ihcy nro vcrj
much broken down.
Mr (1 W Smith. Wo would erect
a,."poimla loU'ul fe tlult 1
a largo number of Jalts Wo liuve an
police supervision. Wo very much need
an Insane asjlum. The ono we Imvo i
built away back nnd Is composed (if
frnmo building" Wo need a new Tcr
iltorlal Jail, or nddltlons, rather, to tin"
One of tho public works. Senator,
that we had considered In this mutter
was the building of roads to lands that
ronl.1 1,0 mni nn t ni i i,.m,.. i,
people eligible tatltlzenshlp Wo ImMjl?" a,ml completing u High School
komo lands on the mountain sldrs''''''''' f0,r,1'1'),Terrl ory of Havvall,
which nrn invcn.l ultl, n ..rnwth nt buntcil ill llllo, Hawaii, T, II.
1 1 ,,,,. i.,,, -.1,1-1. .. .. i..,.. n. , .....i
,ve '"" not U'0 ",on(' w"h w'"'1 "
bullJ ' retch them. These
lands would grow coffee and koiiio of
tho fruits lll.c Pineapples
The Chairman Have )...i a plan of!
i public irapiovcincnt of that tharattoiJi"""' "' uu reiumii-u moiiuinK Dinners
ne ou n plan of roads that jou!""" they Imvo returned tho plans and
want to construct? (specifications.
Mr 0 w. Smith The road denart- ProposaU will not bo accepted unless
menl has ,Untatlvo plan It lias maps
nn(1 ,,, ,jf tll0 lan,, , ms lcf(.rrej
to. Bhnvvlngbow that land could bo up-
proached fiom main roads .
The Chairman Is thoro nn estimate'
of thn mat nf thoa mniU''
.Mr G W Smith. I am nnt prepircd
to stnlo that, sir
Tho Chairman I sec by this bill
tho money Is to bo devoted not only to
educational nnd other public building
nnd public works, but also lo harbor
improvements nnd military mid naval
Mr O W Smith It follows tho
Weeklu lliillatln 21 mr vesr.
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."&tfX rffcA... UiJ.j- .-.-a" j-
1 Do not envy
balr ot others,
but possess It
tro born with
It, but nono
lave It thrust
Those who ao
nulro It do so.
for the mostvi
pari, oy tney
there Is a romey for locks thinned
by disease, or which may have be
come prematurely gray; and that
TIave you lost your hair? It wilt
restore It. Has your hair faded or
turned gray? It will bring back the
color and gloss of youth. In brief,
there Is no condition, short of abso
lute destruction of the roots, In
which Ayer's Hair Vigor will not
produce luxuriant hair.
Do not bo deceived by cheap Imita
tions which will only disappoint you.
Make sure you get AYKK'3 Hair
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 the
whole of lis bonds Issued and dated
April 1, 1901, amounting to Ono Mil
lion Dollars (11,000,000.00) upon the
1st dny of April, 1906, and that said
bonds will bo paid with Interest to
April 1, 190G, upon presentation and
surrender thereof at tho offico of tho
Company, upon March 31, 1906 (said
April 1, 1906 being Sunday); and no
tice is further given that tho said Wai
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
will bo In no wise, chargeable with In
terest upon said bonds from and after
aid first day or April, 1906
W. A. DOWKN, Treasurer.
Waialua Agricultural Company, Lim
Honolulu, T. H., February 24, 1906.
3316 to Mar 31
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED,
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at tho
annual stockholders' meeting of this
Company notice Is hcroby glvon to all
holdirs of bonds of this Company
numbered from 1 to 760 both Inclusive
to present tho sumo for payment to
the Treasurer of the Company at his
office In tho Hackfeld Ilulldlng, In
Honolulu, on tho 1st day of April. A. D
1906; and notlco Is also glvon that no
further Intirest will bo paid on bonds
outstanding after said 1st day of April
1906, as Interest will ccaso on Bald
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
U4tcd, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1906.
HILO HIGH SCHOOL DUILDING,
Proposnls will bo received at tho of
fice of tho Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
.o'clock m. of April lGtli, 100(5, for orcct-
I Plans. HncclflcatloiiH nnd blank
"""n"' l,r.'K1,i"11 ." bo obtained at
h m " '" Ass. Supt. of Public
I . iwnuiuiu, unu 01 i.. oevcrunce,
iHchool Agent, llllo, Hawaii, for which
1epoi.lt of 5 00 Is required, which
suuimimi m wiu munic lunus lurnnn.
oil. cnrlosed with a certified bank
ck In'nn amount equal lo llva per
cn' ') of tho nmount of tho pw-
Pisal. l n sealed envolopo, endorsed
" Proposal for llllo High School llulld
"? Hawaii," nnd delivered previous to
I1- o'clock m. of tho day spoclflcd at
thu nlflro of the Superintendent of
Public Works, who reserves tho right
reject any or nil ijiiis
u. a. iiui.i.uvyai.
Superintendent of Public Works,
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T II, March 20th, 1900.
"The Old Plantation"
ihls beautiful new Hawaiian song
now on sale In sheet music form.
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ALAMEDA MAn. 23
SIKRKA APR. 4
ALAMKDA Al'n. 13
SONOMA APR. 25
ALAMEDA MAY 4
VENTURA MAY 16
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