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HVCNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, IMi.
Sale Now On
650 Dozen Ladies' Stockings
in Black, White and Tan
at Almost Half Price.
LOT 1 Ladles Tan, drop-stltch hose, full line of sizes;
regular 25c. value, slightly spotted; on sale at 10i per pair
LOT 2 Ladles' plain black hose, Hermsdorff dye, sizes
81 arW 9 1-2; regular. 25c. value, on sale..l5r per pair
LOT 3 Ladles' plain black hose, extra fine, Hermsdorff
dye, all sizes; 25c. value, on sale at 1023d Per P,lr
LOT 4 Ladles' black, drbp-stlteh hote, sizes 8 and 10;
regular 25c. value, on sale at 1023 Per Pa,r
LOT 5 Ladles' all lace black hose, all sizes? regular 35c.
value, on sale at '20 5 per pair
LOT 6 Ladles' black silk plaited hose, all sizes; regular
50c, value, on sale at 25d Per Pa,r
LOT 7 Ladles' white drop stitch hose, all sizes; regular
25c. value, on sale at 12 1-2f per pair
LOT 8 Ladles' lice ankle white hose, all sizes; regular
35c. value, on sale at 17 1-2t per pair
LOT 9 Ladles' white laco hose, all sizes; regular 35c.
, value, on sale at "Od Per P,,r
LOT 10 Ladles' fine white cctton hose, all sizes; regular
' f 35c, value, on sale at 17 1-2 per pair
Pauoa Citizens Call
For Road jmprovement
TRENT FEELS BOARD'S DISPLEASURE
The County Supervisors held an In
teresting session Inut evening, endur
ing almost three hours. Treasurer
Trent was turned down ngaln for luck,
numerous petitions were more or less
favorably considered nnd money mat'
IS STRICT CONFIDENCE.
Women Obtain Mrs. Plnkham's
Adricc and Help.
Site !! flnlitftil Tlinuimnili to Il1lh,
How X.yillaE.rlnklmm'tVrRfltuble Coin
pound CnrmI Mrf. Alio Ilprrylilll.
It Is a preat
satisfaction for a
woman to feel
that she can wrl to
to another telling
her the. moit pri
vate nml cotitltlcn
tint detnlW about
her Illness, nnil
tcrwill bo seen by
a woman onlv.
of cases of femnlo
disease) como be-
duties and docs his work so well gen
erally, that I am fully convinced that
he Is worth every cent of (ICO per
month, 1 believe there Is no clerk In
the employ of the County who Is under
a similar bond and I think his posltlln
tcrs were handled. Trent, as further Is one of the most responsible clerk-
appears In detail, wanted his clerk's (hips under the County.
salary raised. The Indications are that Other Advances.
the' Democratic Treasurer may continue "Tho Hoard has been very ready to
to want. Imako advances In other doimrtmonts
Lucas Introduced an ordinance res- nnd I could but suppose that them I
matins miming wnn guns, which ap
pears In full elsewhere. It passed flrsl
rpntlinP. nlthrmith fMintrtnnn Arlnma f. ntm! In llia Trftnuiiriti'a nftlon liclni. .rt
mnfktl Ihnl (hnr noma.1 IIIHa un In u.n...l n,.,.ll...,lu ...... I... l..l.. I-1 l'lllkliaiD mill for tWCntV-flvO VCBrS
making ordinances since nil made s view of the responsible and valuubU Mn,Icr '' direction and since her de
far amounted to nothing ni they could duties ho fulfils. ici-bms alio lias been advising sick women
not be enforced. . "Now, I'm not going to lose my clerk orcinrge.
Lucas was worried because so many should you gentlemen refuse to approva' "" 1 Inkham never violates the con
cisenesses had complained to him ot the advance, or anything like that, but fldenoo of women, and every tostlmon
bad boys shooting pigeons nnd chick- Ibc young man naturally knows of art-i'?1 Iol!f.r published Is dono so with
ens. . vanre. madn In rn.es hern nn mnrn ' " written consent or request of tho
llmiHinant nrk I. riw. n,i nnn.rniivi writer. In order that oilier s ck women
may be ucnoutcu as site lias been.
li- would be no objection nt this time, fro Mrs. Plnkham every year, somo
si since these numerous advnnccs. to tin' personally, others by mail. Mrs.I'lnk.
e- clerk In the Treasurer's olllco being ud-1 !,nm ." lll daitghter.ln-lnwof Lydln L.
Lucas Cries "Land Shark." important work Is dune, and naturally
Itesldcnts of the Xtiuanu tract pro- feels that he Is entitled to payment 111
scntcd themselves and a generously proportion,
signed petition, asking that the roads Many Salaries Raised,
of I.nlml be put Into condition and that "There have been numerous salaries
the bridge- leading to the tract be re- raised. There was one recently raised
planked. In the park department, and thcr, I h.l ulceration and liiilainmatlon of thi
Lucas thought that where people had were two clerks raited In the road dn-. femnlo orenns and was inn ivrloui condition.
taken up land from a "land shark" they partment. from $125 to 1150 per month I ".-M.y health wa. completel broken down
Mrs. Alice llerrylilll, of 313 lloycs
Street, Chattanooga, Tcnn., writes t
Dwir Mrs. I'lnkham:
"Ttirreyesrssgo life looked dark to me.
should be looking to the County In the electric light department there J J, ' t'tllSSi0! M'ti tJ'i iihi-ti?.riV?"
fn Imiirnuamnnl. ......... . l. I ? A 'erBWl UpOH I WOilld tllO WUllIn SlX IllOntUll.
for improvements. ..... wcro ecun mcn ralod 5' ,,0 15 or I tol.I blm I would hne no oiwrnllon but
.ur. .iub iTiuuiu uujrcieii iu j. ii. z2o v.icu. inis genciosuy on ine part wouiii tr
Hchnack Jiclng termed n Innd-shark. of the Hoard encouraged mo to raise Compom
Whittle Snld ho was no "sucker." lift Mr. Hopkins to what I bellovo his scr ' KlmUm
was satisfied with what he had oh- vices to lie worth, and 1 hope, gentle- IKiLiff
N. 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
, m j For it is on
RAINIER BOTTLING ' li'.sJ ' II I
This gencioslty on the part would try I.vdla K. llnklinm's VreUM
sent for Ilia mnlirino that sninoilfiy
2.111 to tiu it faithfully. Within iho
Ltft ult- !... . .1 - .
inlnort. l.iil tin nnlilp,! Ilio iiiinronptifa m.n .1,-. , lll l. ..llll..n. ... o., '"'i,, itr'r.JV'l '""..?.7 '"" '"""J -u
put 111 decent condition. prove my action In the matter." " Your medicine Is oortainlr line. Ilmro
Another petitioner complained of tho Adams: "Gentlemen, what nro jour Indu-nl several friends ndnlKlilionititni.o
laughs of tho lopulaco when lie, going Klihcs7" I Ll nril J k"?w '""I "'.n".B '""""who had
home laden with grocerloi. (tumbled on Lucas and Adams. '.T 1' 1 "l1. !2 .'" J .?,
)the j.tony road nnd broke n bottle of Lucas: "I want to say. .Mr. Chair, table Compound."
Jam nnd u bottlo of oiUcs.. Ilo also man, that M:. Cummlngs. clerk of tho .,, . . . n, ., .,.,,, .
cnld that there were holes In the brldgj road depattn.cnt. handles eicry c(nt of ' ... "V fLmTJ."t. . J,. .5..,JV."',.,
big enough for him to puf hi, leg money paid out nnd I, lid not raise I.U I tabUiQimpound wr wiiwi
lU Seouldn-t see anv sense.,, ,. Z&Zv"1 ' ha" i,r', -.rorlng from any form of female .1...
tnir tlin lirlilia llnn'oinp (ha nmtl.ip I.,.., ....!.. Mm t. .i.-.i . ..,-,.. ' If J'Oll nri Sick WrltO Mrs. 1 Inkham
was referred to his committee (roads). Mr. Adams in the matter of Hopklm ftf IlaTlca o and always hel.n-
wlilih, after his remarks, didn't seem raise. I
to cmourago the petitioners any. i Trent: "Mr. Chairman nnd gentle- n
Pauoa Wants Its Rights. men, please do not think that I hate
Aitnur v. jsceicy, assistant assessor any Intention to criticize. I
of Oihu, a resident of Pacific Heights, mentioned the Hoard's raising
lirPKPntPil hlmftplf llprni-P thfl Itn.iril ll plnrba utilnrlpa In lllnlralnn
I the head of a delegation representing attitude I took In raising Mr. Hopkins,
jtho residents, taxpayers and property Lucas then delivered a talk on the
owners In nnd around tho district of pity of the Hoard not being able to
ll'nuon, asking that the valley ba given raise the salary of the very competent
.the nttcntion it is entitled to. in view and exceedingly Industrious county
tot tho fact that the adjacent vallejs or Clerk. David Knlauokalanl, Jr.. but
Knlltil and Manoa have steadily gone his salary was legislative and the Hoard
I ahead with extensile Improvements was powerless. Kverj body agreed with
and large sums of money have been Lucas, but there was no visible cornice-
'expended by the government for rlghtu Hon between this wish and the raising!
'of way, and other benefits, whereas In of Manley Hopkins.
mo case or rnuoa vauey the rignts 01 Call It Arbitrary.
way ana materials are uonaieu, loorcuy Adams: I iniliK it would have ucvn
saving tho government large sums of better had the Treasurer put In an an
money. plication instead of conducting tho
The petitioning gentlemen urged that matter In this arbitrary manner."
Immedlato steps be taken for the ex- Incidentally, no application was put
tension of Kort street, making a horse- n to tho Hoard when Itoad Clerk Cu in
itios road In I'uuoa Valley, mans and minus' salary was raised: Lucas mere-
surveys ot which have been completed y spoke to Adams nnd the thing was
uy tne government, a iuuo print cop ,onc.
wns enclosed with the petition. Moore, In whose electric department
ENCLOSED ARC LAMPS
There are more Adams Bagnall Con
stant Direct Current Series Enclosed
Arc Lamps used for street lighting
throughout the United States, Canada
and Mexico, than all other makes of
this type of lamp combined.
Thousands of A B Arc Lamps
have been Installed In all classes of
mills, factories, foundries and retail
and wholesale, stores throughout the
country, and are giving unrversal sat
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC Co,, Ltd.
Office KINO ST. nr. ALAKEA ST.
'PHONE MAIN 390.
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 the fact that olives sold In bulk are
equally as good as bottled olives. These olives of ours are, If any
thing, better than glass goods, And at a Lower Prlcel
Metropolitan Meat Co,, LtcL
'PHONE MAIN 45.
At the meeting of the Promotion
Committee cstcrduy nftcrnoon Secre
tary Wood read tho following letter,
whirl, ho had received from A. A.
Honolulu, T. II.. March 21, 13CC.
Mr. 11. P. Wood. Secretary. Hawaii
Promotion Committee. Honolulu
Hear Sir: Knowing that you will bo
Interested In the result ot our efforts
to ndvcrtUc the floral parade that was
held In Honolulu on February 22d, w
Inke pleasure In giving you the follow
ing extract from our letter received
from the White Automobile Co., dated
March 14th, as follows
PER THE 8. S. NEBRA8KAN
A Fine Lot of Reasonably
SUITABLE FOR PLANTATION
Schuman Carriage Co,
ALEX. YOUNQ BLDQ.
u it'ceiii'ii uie imuiuKriijHiH ih liio i
nnmiln n.t.l urn v.nf Mn.h nlnn.Ail '
,'....UV- ...IM M. .J ...UV.. 'IV..VH
The Hoard decided that as soon ul seven men had been raised, expressed with them, indeed. They certainly
the Hoard is in funds, probably In three tho view that it was about tlmo for speak well for tho interest taken In
or four months, the needs of Vaunt salary raising to stop. Ho thought nulomohllo In Honolulu nnd for the
vauey win ne attenucn to. .Mcanwnuc Trent should have put in an appllch-icxteucnay ot your photographic worK.
If our plans do not miscarry, you are
going to bo well recompensed for your
trouble and expense In securing theso
nnd sending them to us. Wo have al
ready had ono published In the San
Francisco l:xanilner. the San Krnnclsco
County Engineer Oere will look Into tlon and he also thought nn uppllcu
tho matter Finally some $500 or J60'J tlon should have been put lu when
per month may be voted for tbo rcallxa- Cummlngs' salary was raised. He had
tlon ot tho demands. known nothing of this latter affair.
Pure Food Crusade, I Trent said ho was willing to with.
I. urns said that next week hn would itrniv tlin mutter nml mihmlt it In the
lntroduco a pure food ordinance, to pro- regular wuy. If apnllcatlon had alwayjl dally having the largest circulation
hlblt tho shipment from tho Coast of prevailed, then ho would make aiij.lt- The nutomobllo paper on this Coast
food unfit for human consumption. He cation; If application was not need-' known as "Toot-Toot." which claims
snld putrid birds and rotten fruit were gary, and It appeared that It had not a circulation of 000. will publish about
being brought from the Coast. always been necessary; he hoped the ten of the plitutes and a complete nr-
Messrs. Lucas nnd Moore, appointed matter would be handled as similar tide Tho people In Los Angeles who
to Investigate the alleged misconduct matters had been handled. handle tho White car are agents for
of Detective Lake, asktd for mora tlnv. . Mr. I'acle thought Hopkins woj the Olds line, and we nru sending most
Trent Thrown Down. 'worth the money but did not bcllvve of the Olds pictures to them for use to
A salary demand far J1G0 for the the Hoard could afford to do much rali- the best possible udvantngc. Wo are
March salary .of Manley O. Hopkins, ng. . sending photographs nnd articles to
clerk In the offlce of the County Trias-. Archer, ns he has frequently done three different eastern uutomobllo pa
33&A Digestive Marvel $
Stops that distress, after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
W, G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
We art prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Frsshest
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Oarden Produce of all kinds; Gutter, Eggs, ChlcV
ens. Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, evsrythlnj a FIRd
CLA88 MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT 'CO.
JAS. E. V7ESTBROOKE, Mntrer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT 8T., OPP. LOVE 1LD4
urcr, came up. 'before, went Into the history of his lire
Chairman Adams stated that ha had as a contractor, when ha always paid
marked the demand for reference men what they were worth.although ho
slnco $120 was the amount approprl- had never been paid what ho was
ated for tho Treasurer's clerk's salary, worth when ho worked for others, but
He had sent the claim back for cm- ho didn't think tho County could nf
lection. lord much raising.
Supervisor I'acle remarked tlmt Finally, on motion of Lucas, the mat-
Treasuier Trent was preent and h tcr was referred to tho public expend. I matter to better advantage, but wo bo
could explain the matter, no doubt, it Ituro committee and so probably killed, llcvo that results will proto that we
askeltodoso. I Trent thanked the Hoard for tlin! have made tho belt posslblo use of Hid
pers, In nil of which wo think tho pho
tographs will appear. We will send
you roplcs of these as they are issued.
We only wish thero could huve-bceu a
few more Whlta cars or falling In this.
Hint you hnd sent us u few duplicates uf
those that wcro In lino, lu this way
we could havo worked out tho White
Why Trent Did lit. privilege of speaking nnd look his do-
tlrantcd the privilege of nililresstux o.nturo.
tho County Fathers, by the County nipirri Want. Band.
Chairman, Treasuier Trent tl)emo. Theodora Illclurds made formal an-
li at I mado the following rematks: ..iipniinn tnr iim iinwiiimi i.m.i ni n.u
"I raised Mr. Hopkins salary to J15J Mi,.nt i.aiivni. Mav a nml 4 nt tha'cmlto a little article Tho writer has a
subject, of course, 'o tho approval of f)pcrn Home on the evening of tho 3rl,lmd ultnek of "wheels," consequent on
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Alan In Every Bottle.
FOR HALH BVERVWIICRH
J McPARI.ANb&Co., Sole Accents. I
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save vou money.
Deilcn in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warchoute, J26" Kinjr St. Phone Main 58
Help Fqp All wallacn's Indian Remedies
mntf.rtnl nt li.lnil. Wd enrlofin ellli
plug from the Examiner, which printed
the picture or Mr oimiks car ,cxi
i Sunday the Kxamlncr expects to pub-
linn one or tsc panorama pictures ana
Tnie M.rk KitlilritJJ
Fcr 8ores, Piles, or any Skin Dis
ease, that Is supposed to be hopeles.
Wallach'a Indian Remedies will euro
For sate by all drugatsts.
Put up by the HONOLULU REM
EDY CO., P. O. BOX 577.
.this Hoard. Mr. Hopkins' position Is emi nt the Boys' Field on
n ery resrontinio one. ne niinuirs Orantcd.
thousands of dollars and ho Is under n Adams' Shoes.
n heavy bond. Ho Is so eminently Bat- j.. )) McStocker, acting mnnngcr of
Isfactory In nil his work, so Indiistr.'Jim Knhuku plantation during tho vacation
nnd faithful In the dlschargo of hlq 0f Andrew Adams, wroto to uccept tho
honorary position, during Adams' au-
sonco, fit rond overseer for Koolauloa,
Division No. 2.
Fire Chlcr Thurston submitted an
estimate for April expenses for his de-
Ideal country homo at Manon V.1tay'"-""w'"-surrounded
by river: good bathing; , Uo ??, Jr.'.",;...,,. ..,.. .....
5-.w,.taff:.Va.rni,.liI: fn"1 trew' towny wrote to say that he knows of
halng eiuU'aort,'d to write half a
Vozen different stories on the name!
matter nnd not 1ms them too similar.
Wo enclose clipping from San Fran
cisco nxnmlner forwnrdo 1 to us by the
Wlilto Co.. which kindly return to us
nt jour comenlenco.
lours very iruiy,
Tho win Hatnm-Voung Company, Ltd.,
A. A. YOUNO,
near car line; a bargain.
I no government wharf or landing placo
For $650, I am authorised to sell 2 20 In Koolauloa and was tnereforo unable
acres, with small houso, off Nuunmi o take any. action as requested by tho
Avo. near car lino; Frco water! Ileal Hautila residents. There wero portions
mmuo $2000.00. Owner Is forccdvto of goernmcnt land along tho beach
sell. , I which could be used for landing pur
I Supervisor Paele was asked to com-
Itniitilcnln tlin RpniA nt thn Ipttpr In Ihr.
1 1-2 story residence, 12t3 Matlock jinuUa folks.
Ave,, 4 bodr., clcc. wire, 1 block! County Itoad Supervisor Bnm John
from 2 car lines, 120. per m. fcon Benl lu a statement of tho depart-
mom 8 -Marcn expenses, as louons:
4r. cottage and servant h. at Walkikt Itcgular and labor pay rolls, lll.C3U.51 ;
beach, good bathing; $10. per m. j ?tjaU anA B,,Pplles' S.360-19- Tola.
I'. E. n. STHAUCH, I "Th0 matter of estrays was broached
Walty Dulldlng, (Continued on Page 7.)
AALA PARK CONCERT.
Tho band will give a concert tlittt
orcnlng at 7:30 o'clock at Asia 1'arlf
hs follows; I
March, "Comrades" Tolke
Overture, "Light Cavalry" .... Suppn
Intermezzo, "Silver Heeui" . . . Morel
Selection, "Queen of Uohcmln" ....
, ,, Unglnndrf
Vocal, Hawaiian Songs, .or. by Ilcrger
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection, "Fantana" Hubbell
Waltz, "Kl Paso" Andrews
Vitiate. "Happy Helnlo" Lamps
"Tho Btar Spangled Ilonner."
ar-Tor Rent" cards on sale at
(he Bulletin, offict.
Sammrommimn mm mm mmmmK
C. Q. YE HOP & CO,
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna- J
tlon of our fresh meat. This applies to our Meat Dullness, on J
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with --2
C the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanL
y" tary condition.
Telephone Order. Department S
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe. - ,-j
- dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur- 2
- chases made In person. "
gZ TELEPHONE MAIN 251, N. KINO STREET. 2
mmmi uiuiiuuiiiiui im mmx
0ZI FORT 8T., I. O. O. F. Dldg. d 151 HOTEL ST.
oppotlte YOUNQ Hotel.