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mm inn ( . 1 1 v hi
Embroidery Edgings, x
Insertions and ail
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tThe second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
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DISPOSITION OF GARBAGE
IS DIFFICULT PROBLEM
DOARD OF HEALTH PA38ED QUC8
TION UP TO ATTORNEY GEN
ERAL FOR A LEGAL
Tho question of Ihe disposal of gnr
bago oxcrclsed the Ingenuity of tlio
members of tlio Hoard of Health when
they met yesterday. As the Supervi
sor refused to run the crematory and
the dumps bad been declared Insani
tary, there was now no legal way to
dispose of garbage. Dr. Jiuld said
that to use the dumbs again was to
toKo a step backward at a time when
on all sides effort. wore being nindo
to beautify and Improve the city.
"If tho Supervisors could put up n
lot or money to havo Park Kxpert Itob
fnson come hero to beautify the town,
taoy ought to be able to spend some
on tho crematory," suggested Fernan
dez. "I think tho 8ame,, said Dr. Way
son. "IIow would It bo to appoint a com
mittee to talk tho matter over with
tho Supervisors:" nskcrl Judd. "rer
hop they don't quite understand Iho
"Its not a question of understand
ing," said Wayson. "They understand
all rl'jht. It would bo of no use to Ki
point n committee. Jack I.ucas would
only let out a lot of hot air, nnd that
would be the end of It. That Dr. Cofer
thinks tho dumps arc sanitary, as tticj
say, has nothing to do with the case.
Wo don't think so."
It was finally decided, on mo'wn by
Judd, to liavo tho President confer
win, the Attorney General about tho
A letter was read from J. I Wood
rcgntdlng the establishing of a natn
torlum on tho Kwn side of tho Y. M.
C. A building. The water will bo tak
en from tho Young Hotel arteslnn
well, which, as It comes from a depth
of fi.000 feet, Is frco from microbes.
I'lnkham stated that tho plans submit
ted were catlsractory, and the Hoard
decided not to Interfere as long as tho
ImtliK were sanitary.
The action of President Plnkham In
discharging Morguo Attendant Miller
nnd making some other changes In tho
Hoard of Health staff was approved. In'
this connection Dr. Wnyson got In a
shot nt tho Inspectors.
"Thero aro some very ror Inspect
ors on tho- forco, who arc not worth
hair their salary," hu snld. "Although
some havo been in tho employ of tho
Hoard for years. This can be seenvby
golnc through their districts. It la
necessary that nil the Inspectors bo
Tho contract for tho delivery of pal
nl to tho Settlement was awarded to
PMTf REPORTS 1
At tin meeting or tho Hoard or
Health yettcrday afternoon tho follow
ing reports wcio submitted by Dr.
Herewith is submitted my report for
the month or January, 1906,
During the month six complaints of
nuisances were Imestlgated nnd all
Forty-flvo recommendations for ho
tel, rcstuuraut and lodglng-houcu 1.
tensrs wero Issued and 3 41) 2 person
can be lawfully lodged In the build
ings. 'Threo recommendations held
over from previous months were Issued
ami 251 person? can bo lawfully lodged
m tue nuihiings. Twenty-llve are still
held over from this month and threo
from previous months until the places
aro put In sanitary condition.
There were 66 Inspections of graves
made. In Oahu cemetery ono box was
exposed, and In the King street Cath
olic one cotlln was buried In a foot of
Twenty-one permits to keep pigs and
four to keep ducks wero Issued.
Four trips were made to Walpahu.
two to Alea nnd ono each to Walmalu,
Pearl City, Wahlawa, Kwa Mill, Ho
noullull and Wulmunalo, special re
ports of which havo been made to you
Horowlth Is submitted my icpoit for
tho month or February, 1906, i
During the month thirteen ioni-1
plaints or nuisances were Investigated'
and wero abated,
Klght recommendations for hotel,'
restaurant and lodging-houses were Is
sued and 37S persons can be lawfully
lodged In the buildings. Nineteen rec
nmmcndutltmx held over from previous
moutns were issued nnd 7J3 persons
can be law fully lodged In tho build
ings. Ono Is held over from this month
und nine, from previous months,
Thero were sixty-two inspections or
Krac made. Thcio wero also two (n
tetments. In JIollllll cemetery two
boxes wero opened nnd ono In Kawala
hao Nino permits to keep pigs nnd seven
to keep ducks were Issued.
Ono death was Investigated near
There wus ono case In the Circuit
Court on nppcal from tho District
Court. Tho party was found guilty
and sentenced to pay (25 and the costs,
Ono trip was made to Alea nnd Pearl
City in company with Food Commis
sioner Duncan. A trip was made to
Hawaii lasting two weeks and u verbal
report was made to you of tho special
The BUSINE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
COMMITTEE IN CHARGE
8TANDIN0 COMMITTEES' SPECIAL
WORK BY-LAW8 OF OAHU'S
EXECUTIVE BODY ADVI
The executive committee of the Oahu
nntrtll Imnt-nVfimnnt r-nmmltfnn ni.(
jesterday afternoon In the Promotion
Committee rooms. City Improvement
work ns mapped out by Park Kxpert
Iloblnson bas been given Into the Cen
tral Committee's hands by the Promo
tion Committee Maps are being pre
pared Of city divisions under the con
trol of the local Improvement clubs.
Tho Oahu Central Committee
. committee on streets, sidewalks.
't cleilne etc of which flenern
Davis was kuuointed chairman. ioni
mltteo on signboards, poles, fences, etc.,
of which Hon. W. V. Krear wus np
polntcd chairman; committee on val
ley and mountain roads and trails, of
which George P. Thlelcn was appoint
The Advisory Hoard, formerly work
ing in conjunction with the Promotion
Committee on Improvement work, and
consisting of It. S. Hosmcr, Alexander,
voting. Superintendent of Kan o an
Park, Mr, Haughs and Mr. Mclutyro
of Moanalua, was appointed to act as
tho advisory committee of the Oahu
Central lmtirnvempnt Pnmmlffcw.
Following are. In brief, the by-laws
of the Central Committee:
The obleets of thn rnmmltteo hnil "lx mon,n l '""n "ate. unless tha
wveS'dl" ' an 1 Vono,e mpro l&ttW 'nT ft" Til'
ments of general character or Interest 'H"""Van and Pwnr'nn'!,0
in Honolulu and on tho Island of 0.- Xt'VofZZ
delegates selected by tho several lm-,rom i,,,.,! cltv to Wnlnlnn nn.l th
.PhrHaC",b?, '";' rfdg" J, the Walanae Mo unUta?.
the records of tlio committee. The ,aw rt.aH ..allcn nres ,, nol
Knch club mny select one delegate be started during a heavy wind or
to be a member of tho committee tin- without sufficient help present to con
til Its annual meeting noxt fnllnislng, trol tho same, nnd tho fire shall bo
his silvctlon, or until his siu'cessor Is 'matched by tho person setting tho
selected; he shall present to the Hoc-isamc, or by competent agents of his,
rotary a written certificate of his kc- 'until put out." The District Tiro Wnr
lection signed by tho secretary of lils'den Is Mr. W. F. Dillingham of Hono-
Tbe olTlccrs of tho committee shall
bo n president, vice president, trean
urer and secretary, and such other of.
fleers ns It may deem advisable.
Tho of Ik era shall bo elected by bal
lot nt the annual meeting to scrc for
one ear from that date, or until tholr
successors nro elected.
The annual meeting shall be held In
Sreclal meetings may i called at
any tlnfo by tho president, and lis
shall call a special meeting nt any
time at the wilttcn request of not less
than five delegates.
Seven members shall constitute a
It shall be the duty of tho President
to preside at all meetings of the com-
in 1 1 lee, to call special meetings as pro
vided In Article V, to present nt the
annual meeting a report reviewing tho
proceedings of the committee during
mu preceding yenr, to bring any sub
ect before the committee nnd make
nny suggestions which ho may consid
er tf Its Interests. In addition to his
voto ns a member he Bhall havo a do
ctdlng voto In case of a tie. In the ab
sence or disability of -tho treasurer or
sccrttnry tho presiding officer shall
nppolnt a treasurer or secretary pro
In tho absence of tbe president the
vice president shall perform his du
In the absence of tho president and
vice president a chairman pro torn
shall bo appointed at any meeting
from among the members present.
Tho treasurer shall collect all duel
nnd assessments, and tako charge of
tho fundH of the committee and pay
out the same under tho direction of
tho executive committee. Ho shall
keep an account of all monies rocclv
ed and expended, and render a detail
fid account thereof at tbe annual meet
The secretnry shall keep a record
or the proceedings of tbe commlttoo,
and shall present at Its meetings com
munications received by him olllclally
Ho shall give proper notlco of meet
Jngj. Ho shall keep a complete record
of tho several improvement clubs, and
shall attend to correspondence under
direction of the oxccutlvo commlttoo.
Tho oincers, together with ono oth
er member to bo selected by the cen
tral committee, shall constitute an ox
ecutivo committee which shall havo
gontrnl control and manngoment of
tno annirs or the central committor,
with power to appoint such special
committees as they may deem ncce'
Hlxby You think you know It all.
Blxby Lord, no; I'm marrlod. St.
VpwyiVam. S4 t &
HILO HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING,
Proposals will bo received at tho of-
nco or the Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., until 12
o'clock m. of April ICtb, 1906, for erect.
ng ana completing a High School
Building for tho Territory of Hawaii,
located in Hllo, Hawaii, T. II.
Plans, specifications nnd blank
forms of proposal may bo obtained nt
tho ofllco of tho Asst. Supt. of Public
Works, Honolulu, nnd of I. 8evcrnnce,
School Agent, Hllo, Hawaii, for which
a deposit of $5.00 Is required, which
sum will be refunded Intending bidders
after they have returned tho plans and
Proposals will not bo accepted unless
submitted on the blank forms furnish
ed, enclosed with a certlflo4 bank
check In an nmnunt equal to flvo per
cent ioti oi tno amount of the pro-
!n mc.,k , ?,f,heH i.T00',"01 nt,
,u0 . ce of ,1,c Superintendent of
I'"e Works, who reserves tho right
io reject any or all bids.
C. 8. H0LL0WAY.
Superintendent of Public WorkB.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T. II., March 20th, 1906.
SPECIAL WARNING NOTICE.
F,RES T0AL5A1.V,AD "" EWA
Notice Is hereby given that In ac
cordance with Section 6 of Act 71 or
the Session Laws of 1903, It Is forbid
',en ,0 ",nrt flrPS ,or ,he u,lrnln8 f
brush, dry grass, etc, for n period of
ItAI.PH S. HOSMUIt.
Superintendent or Forestry nnd
Chief Flro Warden.
Honolulu, March 19, 1906. 3335-3t
Notice of Payment of
Walalua Agricultural Go,, Ltd,
Notice Is hernbr given thnt tho Wal
alua Agricultural Company, Limited,
has exercised Its rlctit In nnv thn
'whole of Kb bonds Issued nnd dated
Anrll 1. 1901. nmnimtlni? tn rinn Mil
lion Dollars ($l,000,OC0.U0) upon tho
1st day of April, 1906, and thn( said
bonds will ho paid with interest to
April 1, 1300. upon presentation and
surrender thereof nt tho ofllco of tho
Company, upon Mnrch 31, 1906 (said
April 1, 1906 being Sunday); and no
tlco Is further given that tho said Wnl
alira Agricultural Company, Limited.
will bo In no wlso chargeable with in
terest upon Bald bonds from and after
aid first day of April, 1906
W. A. HOWBN, Treasurer.
Walalua Agricultural Company, Lim
ited. Honolulu, T, II., February 21, 1906.
3316-to Mar 31
OAHU SUGAR COMPANY, LIMITED.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS.
Pursuant to resolution passed at'the
annual stockholders' meeting ot this
Company notice Is hereby given to all
holders or bonds of this Company
numbered from 1 to 750 both Inclusive
to present thn, same for payment to
tho Treasuror of the Company at his
otnee in the Hackfeld Uulldlng, In
Honolulu, on tlio 1st day or April, A, D.
1906; and notice Is also given that no
further Interest will bo pan on bonds
uuiniHuuiug nuer sum lai uuy ui April
1906, as Interest will ccaso on said
Treasurer Oahu Sugar Company, Ltd.
Dated, Honolulu, Feb. 23, 1906.
HAWAII MILL COMPANY, LIMITED.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At tho adjourned Annual Mooting ot
tho Hawaii Mill Company, Limited,
held at tho olllco of 11. Hackrcld &
Company, Limited, Honolulu, on Mon-
day, March 19th, 1906, tho tollowlng
officers wero olected to servo ror tho
J. F. Hackfeld President
Paul R. Isenberg. .Vice President
W. Pfotenhauer ...... Treasurer
F. Klamp , Secretary
A. Hanebera Auditor
who also constitute the Hoard ot Dl
Dated Honolulu, March 19th, 1900,
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