Newspaper Page Text
EVnNtNO IlULl.r.TIN, HONOLULU, T. If.. rnillAY. APIUI. 27. lflOC.
wy r4 yr" ifyww " "jiwwpvjr7
8a!e Now On
Certain tots that wo will discontinue. In some we hnve full lino
or sizes; others, sizes nre broken, but they are nil stylish, up to date
shapes and will bo placed on a,ale at Less Than Cost Prices!
50 c. Corsets,
1.00 and 1.25 qualities on sale a
N. S. SACHS
I Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND
iptmmmmmn vm mm mrnmrng
b G. Q. YEE HOP & CO. 1
We always welcome a comparison of prices and an examlna-
' tlon of our fresh meat. Tills applies to our Meat Dullness, on
all of which our prices are as reasonable as Is consistent with
J; the standard of quality, and strictly
J tary condition,
Telephone Order Department fJ
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe.
dltlous service and the same careful attention as Is given to pur-
chases mado In person. g
TELEPHONE MAIN 251. N. KINO STREET. J
ftiuiuauu mmmm mui uuuiurc
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
WIioIohiiIo X: Retail Liquor Dcitlcr,
' Dig Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai Saloon In connection.
IWILCI AND KINO STREETS.
POOTOFFICE BOX 8G6. TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
Tie Bulletin, 75cts per niontlfl::,,;;:,:
i mi iiiitoMiM ii iHinKiy
fles at 37 1-2
at 60 c.
,, at 1.45
l-'-!j ir 9 y I
w your vacation
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Honolulu. Phone White 133 J
maintained In a most aanl.
Supervisors Can Find
No Truth In Its
WAIANAE PETITIONS FOR
REMOVAL OF OFFICERS
SMITH THINKS CHURCH'S LET
TER DI8COURTEOUS MOORE
SPEAKS AGAINST RAIS
A Ihcly llltlr bunch of business oc
cupied the County Supervisors last
evening. A special roiumUtco rcport-
i Hint thcie wag no fnuiulntlnii in fact
In certain jnrns prlnlcil In t lie Adver
tiser alleging pollen cruelty; n petition
was rricUnl fur the roinosnl from ofllte
of Deputy Sheriff C J. Holt ami Officer
Kuplhcn. rhnt kIK gambling, drunken
ness mill a few oilier things to swill
(lie nccm-ullou; depart menial appro
priation wcro mailr, and Inelttentol
disc usslons wcrs ImliilKeil in.
There wcro fie Supervisors tires-
cut. I'. It. Admus was en route to the
I'oast In I he Ventura. 'Ilin follow In;;
wan lead III this eoiiiiertlon.
Adams Will Fix Things.
Honolulu, April 2.1rd. 100G.
0. V. Smith. Hsu., Chairman Hoard
of Supervisors, Comity of Oaliu,
l)c,ir Sli. Owing to tlio terrible
earthquake disaster In S'lii l'ruiiclrin
icguhir shipments of food stuffs unit
plantation supplies from 4hit point
must nccess.iilly do Inleriupleil nml
illsciRnnlred, so II linn bien found nee
ews.uy lli.it I should no to tlio ('oast
mid help In icllcvlug the situation
I" tutor there circumstances t would
respn Hull) icquesl from Hie Hoard 01
Hupcm-cors a leave of absence or threi1
U. It. ADAMS,
Appioprltitlous, with due ceremony.
vveie made ns follows:
Honolulu road tax (special deposit),
1 Ixed salaries, 1 1 070.
County Clerk olllcc clerks, $233.
Comity Auditor, (120.
County llugluccr, ?MZ.
House numiierlng. (123.
Kccjicrs of parks. f.100.
riiunty Attorney, f.133.
Hleclllc light demirtiiieut
l'olliei nml fire alarm sMcm
Itoid department. 12197.
dm huge depnrtmcut, $200.
County treasurer, $120,
Klro department, $376.
l'ollt-e dei.iitment. 7M)0.
Hawaiian baud, .'127.50.
Koolaupoko rond district (special),
County bo.icli park J!3.
Koolaupoko mad district, $.1010.
Wahilua toad dlGtikt. 3U0.
Smith Feels Hurt.
County Clerk Kiilauiikalanl slnrte.l
to leail the following bright cplslK
but Clialrniau Sinllli said It was "dis
courteous" and ordmnil It sent back
Honolulu T II . April 10, 190C.
To the lloinl of .Suicnlsor, County
of Oaliu, Territory of Hawaii,
tlciitlctncii Wo make earnest ie
iict that you do not furtlmr delay
In tlio matter of bullilliij: the fentx on
(lie umiikii side of the Hawaiian Annex
piopcrty from the brhti;e near tb Mo.
nnt to the K: side of the old Illy
pond wlili.il Ims lecenlly been fllleil In.
Itepeated promlseM bac been uudo by
Individual iiiemhcrB of oiir Un.irJ.
IkHi to Mr, Dujgc of lllidiop Estate ai
will an to the writer, that work would
eoinmeiuo "tlio next day," but appar
ently that day Is always In tlieswcct
liiahnpc We wish lo put in a lawn
them, n linn of ltonl I'alinx thn whole
Inmlli of the piopcrjy us well as oilier
ImproiemeiilH, but nuliinitly citiinut do
iiuylbliiK until the fenio is In pliue
TiiisIIiik that ou will kco join- way In
attend to this, mutter at Hid milieu
lule possiblo, I remain,
Very sincerely yours,
waikiki si:ahidi: iioti:l no,
Per I. .1. CIIUHCII.
Want Police Dlscharqed.
'Ilin fullowliiK was lead and referred
REAL ESTATE DAROAIN3.
On easy monthly payments, largo mod
em CottnKe, 1213 Matlock Ave.; 4
bedr., 1 block fioiu 2 car lines, small
mhli payment, 1ml. &.
I'uiiniil fir. cntlaKU, largo stables, etc,
75 x ISO; (1200, 1-3 cash; bargain.
A few cbolca Lots at Puunul Ave. liar
calu. i:nsy terms,
2.20 acres tract oft Nuuanu Ave. Den
ty water. Closo to car lino.
i:te., i:tc r.te
Kurnlslied mosquito proof, nioilein
(ottage. 9r. lleikwltli HI. Car line.
(20 p. in.
J'urr Itiiieil S r. Cottage, Manoa Voi
le) Ideal Hummer home, good bath
I'B. Mountain air. Stable. Near car
lino. Only (15 p. m.
Uoiife, 2 liedr. Ileach Iload. (10,
74 S. King St.
t&t .siltAl 4A .v
to Messrs. Cox and I.tk.u, the I'ullca
Wnlanae, Oaliu, April 20, 1900.
Mr O. V. Smith. Cbalrman anil Mem
hers of the Hoard of Supervisors,
County of Oabu, T. II.
Gentlemen: We, the duly rcglstcrci
otcrs of Wnlanae, -ith precinct, Stlu
, ..,... .tln.X,. , ,.. ..."
itepreseiiiuiivt uiniiiL-i, u-uiuiiy ii(
Oaliu, Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
lesjiectfiilly pctlllnn unto jour llonor
nlilc Hoard that )Ou discharge the
Deputy Sheriff, C. .1. Hull and Joe Ku
plhea from the police force In tlio dis
trict of Wnlanae for the following
Mm: That chc-fa and game of
tnrds, etc., are cery day occurrence
in this district.
Second: 1 hat police offlcers beat
prisoners wlieneer they arc nrresled.
Third: That there I In tlio police
force nn olllccr, Jim Kuplhea by niui.c,
whoRO domistlc lelntlons aro. question-
Kourth: Tint there has occurred In
thn police force a great ileal of druuk
cmiess. We. therefore, hellejv that the cnnsc3
nre sulIHIi'iit to discharge the above
named olllrlals from Hie positions they
(I. Kiipahtl, I). K Kuplhea, I). K
Nuiinnli, Clias, I'npalku, Kaawibl, II.
K Knlpo, Kuhln 1 1 ill. D. S. l'unilel,
Knlpn Oplo, I Ophi. Keahllcle Mvlc. f,.
K. If til. P. Knmenloha. Molakl Kalla,
S. Mapit. J. K. Kualica. S P. Kuala, .1.
1'. Iviiiiklnl, Willie IllwaiilL H. li. Kii-
litinalna, H. Klla, A K Aukiiklna, I)
N, l'oluulu, (leo. Miiluua. lopa Kapcla,
T. K. Kalama, Henl Nakea.
Find No Cruel Policemen,
The committee appointed to lincstl
g'llc charges of ii1I6kiI brutality on the
part of the police, retoileil as followa:
Your Hpi'clnl Conimlttcc appointed at
the request of Hheilff A M. Drown, to
thoroughly lirtcstlgnte the charges
lirought ngailist the Police Department
by the publication of two articles In the
Coiiimerclul Advcitlxcr, lliu first article)
appearing In tlio Issue of April 14 unci
headed "Third Degree as (Uteri nt Po
lice Station," and the hit unci article np
penrltiK in the "Hjsiamlcr" of Apill
IS, hendllned "Police Hrulallty," bc-;i
leave to report as follows:
Your committee did assemble at the
Police Station together with the Clialr
niau of tlio Supervisors (leo. W. Smith
unci Vice Chairman of tlio Supervisor!,
and Cliilrnian of the Police Committee,
11. It. Adams, mid did there with mi
ollklal Mcnographcr. take evidence
from every available witness concern
In;! both cases.
With reference lo the charges made'
of "brutality to a suvak-lblcf, by the
iiaiuo of I'alenap.V.Miiii' committee did
nut only examine llie witnesses but had
Dr. Wood an un expert, examlno the
man ns to bis phjslcal condition. Dr.
Wood was tumble lo discover auy
inarks or hrulrcft on any pail of the
man's body, and staled (bat bad the
Hum's ribs been broken or injured us
wits claimed in the paper. It would
have been Impossible for them to heal
In so short u spare of time.
Dr. r.mtrnciti. the physician for tlio
Police Department, staled that he bnd
been the man In tbu corridor repeated
ly during his tounncineut and that ho
personally had neie'r ninilu n complaint
to him Willi rcfercuco lo any sickness
Yotm coi.iiTTi:r. was thou
oumii.v htisi'ii:i) AiTi:u Tin:
1NVI:STI(!VII()N THAT TIII2 SAID
AUTlCl.i: WS WITHOUT FOUNDA
TION AND PALSi:.
The teionel article relating to "pollen
brutality" was then taken up mid nil
wltnoKkOH lu the ease ixnmlucil. It
was satisfactorily proven' to the com
mittee that the said Chinaman spoken
of, wns not maltreated, and that he
was put on hoird tlio steamer by nud
through (be authority of the Attorney
(Jeneral on the recommendation of tlio
Eiuiiil Jury mid that he did not have
bis queue cut oil, nor was be In any
wi: aim: Tiiminrom: con-
VINCKD THAT THIS SKCOND AUT
lCl.i: IS AN l'N(lltOUNDHI) ATTACK
UPON Till! ADMINISTRATION 01'
tiii: polici: di:pautmi:nt.
'Ilia entire evidence) In this case ban
been type-wrillc ii, and Is on II In with
tbu Clerk of the County.
II. T. mooki:,
r. k. Auciir.ic.
oi:o. w. smi ni,
Ux-Olllclo .Member of Committee.
This irport was nccepted and placed
Murphy Finishes Job,
"tins" Muiph). bouse numbering ex
peit leportid his task finished,
The district numbered Ibis J ear Is
bounded by Le'ilil avenue, Mousariut
road. Diamond Head avenue. Walalao
livcnue, Wululnc load, I'akii strict. Pa
loin valley told, hup.iliuui road and
Mnnagcr Chin di of the Wnlklkt Sea
side hotel, wiolM to ask that n lily
pond near the place be filled, Tho pond
is private, however, mid the Hoard will
May nut uf It.
Moore's Good Ward.
Supervisor Moore hoped grocers and
(liners licit) would be decent nud not
slcwitc prices Jin-t to take advantage)
nf the San rimulseo dlsastnr. lo
knew the Hoard, alas, was powerless
In the matter, hut he wanted to go on
record ns voicing a public piulil
ugalnst any prleo raising that was tin-
necessary. Tlio Chair was of the same
Tlio Hoard rejourned nt 9 p. m. to
Uicet next Tuesday.
RAREBIT FIEND DREAMS
A new feature that will make you
(eel better-natured so be sure and get
"Willie," said nn Interesting yqnng
mother to her first-born, "do yon know
what tho illffereino Is between body
nml Mini? Tbe soul, my child, Is what,
jou luvo with, the body carries )oi
about. This Is jour body," touching
tlio little fellow's shoulder, "but lliero
Is something deeper In. You ran feel
It now. What Is ItJ" "Oh, I, know;
Bald Willie, with a flash nf Intelligence
in his I'jcH, "that's my flannel Hlilrt!"
i iir.iiiffiiniihnrir- - irfTi'i IjjAri
SAN FRANCISCO MAY NOT
NEED MONEY SUBSCRIBED
SUGGESTION TO KEEP SURPLUS
FOR PERMANENT RESOURCE
IN CASE OF EMER
GENCY. That not half nf the money collected
and forwarded to San Kranrlsco for
rel ef work will be needed Is the opin
ion ofll. P. Wood, secretary of the ge n
eiat relief commllleo mid of others In
terested in the work of collet (lug
funds. Such funds ns nre not used will
ptobnbly be returned to tho commit
tee, mu) what disposition to make of
them will piohably cuue no small
amount uf discussion.
When the destructive flood occurred
at Hapjpucr, Oregon, more) than tluee
cais ago, uniting the death of ne.irlj
toil people, tlio city of I'm Hand sub
scribed (IC.000 moro than was needed
What to do with this fund wns n prob
tent that bothered the lellef committee
for some time, hut at last II was sug
gested that It be retained as a perma
lieul lellef fund, to lie ill readiness nt
alt times to meet sudden emergencies.
At this time some of Hie legal fratern
ity culled intention to the fait that the)
subscribers to the fund might iiiiim'
trouble) In case the money should 'be
iimmI for any oilier purpose than (bat
(or wbli h It was originally eoutrihqt
rd Permission wns giuuted. however.
fi ni the various subscriber In keep
the fund on hand mid allow the per
nianeiit committee lu dispose of It ns
heir Judgment cliitnted. The monev
was at once placed where It would
bring lu luteri-t. and this lias swelled
the oilRlual amount tousldcrnhli. mid
was probably found eoiiveiileiil lu lend
ing aid to tlio sulTercrs In San Trail
rlsco. It has been suggested that this meth
od bo adopted lu Hawaii In case a con
siderable portion of the San l'ranclsco
minis should he teliirned. Another
plan nlread) expressed Is to use Hie
money for public Improvement In case
Hie subscribers etc not object.
By Youngest Captain
When the American-Hawaiian
steamer Oregonian came Into Honolulu
a few da)s ago elio had a new captain,
who Is the youngest skipper e inning lu
to this port. He Is J. I'. Nichols, mid
he was formerly llrst ninto on the big
rielghter ArUoiian, belonging to Hie
samei company. Mr. Nichols' suicess.
It is believed by those whoknow him. Is
due not only to his elllcleney ns an otll
cer, bull nrgely to bis sunny disposi
tion unci Ills uhlllly to retain tin- good
will of the men over whom he bus au
thority Mr. Nichols brought the Orecnnlnu
on her long trip from New York to Ho
nolulu, mid as soon ns she is loaded
with sugar ho will return with her In
the Atlantic Coast. The Oregonian will
leavp Honolulu. Sunday evenlui: at .
o'clock, nml it Is probable she will not
letiiin Here until next ear, while there1
is n possibility that she may be kept
on the Atlantic Coast Indefinitely.
In ISim. It Is said, 100.000 hales of
cotton would have lasted the lineashlr
mills, llnglauil, for n tear, now the
same amount only feeds their spindles
lor a day mid n quarter.
Will be received at tho offlrn of thn
Hoard of Supervisors, of Ilin County
of Maul, Walliiku, Maul, up to 12
o'clock noon, Tuesday, May 1st, A. I).
1 !)()(), for tbu construction or n cement
sidewalk along Main Utreet and Mar
ket Street, Walliiku.
Specifications ami blank forms of
proposals may bo obtained at tbu of.
fle-o of tho County Clerk, Walliiku,
Nn proposal will be entertained ex.
cept upon the blank forms furnished,
i cerlinec check In tin amount of
Thrco Hundred (JMO.Uin Dollarn
drawn In favor of V, II, lleniilng,
Chairman of tho lloaid of Supervisors.
must accompany each proposal.
VM. I'llHI). ICAAi:,
Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors
for the County of Maul.
April Kith, A. 1), 120(1.
33R2 4o & Incl. Apr. 28,
Notice Is hereby given that the lo
cation of Hack Stand No 21 Is beiehy
e banged ficim the llwn Hide of Union
sticet inaukii of Hotel street to tho
mnkal side of Hotel street between
lllsbop Mi eel mid tho Wnlklkl side of
the Arlington block, lu tbu distill t id
Dated this 2Glh clay of April, 190C.
A. J. CAMl'UULU
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii,
NOTICE TO BIDDER8.
Tho opening of tenders for Wood
Stave ami Steel I'lpo for tho Territory
lecvof Hawaii, hag been postponed la
N. Juno 1st. 190C.
C. 8. HOLI.OWAY.
Superintendent of Public Wor'es,
April 23, 1900. 337-3t
S. H. WEBB
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
Safes Onened. Tvoewrlters. Cash Ren.
liters and Sewing Machines, Lawn
, Mower cleaned, adjuated and repaired
I REMOVED TO UNION STREET.!
r nv i riniiliri iniiiifiiriMriifii n'ir frartfr
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd.
Office, Klnn St., near Alakea, 'Phone, Main 390.
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
Help For AH
Ti.J. M.ik KtiMmJ
were undoubtedly "up against It"
hole" office furniture.
goods have already transformed
Are you so posltlva that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Go.
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
some articles of diet more or less leeway In the matter of quality may
be allowed without any unpleasant results being experienced. With
butter, however, this it not the case. Tho best Is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINGS DUTTER IS THE BEST. ,
TWO POUNDS FOR ()5
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 45.
Is In a splendid position to secure for its patrons tho very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO,
J. F. COLDURN HI, Manager. Olfice, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
- :t - air - " -" -T,k
Ycu should have a little electric
heater, Jutt turn the switch and the
water or food will be heated in a min
ute. Wonderfully convenient In the tick
room or for the baby.
Inexpensive To Operate.
WallaciVs Indian Remedies
THE S0TH CENTURY WONDER.
WILL CURE ANY KIND OF
SORES OR SKIN DISEASE OR
J. Lor Wallach, Prop.
Made by Honolulu Remedy Co,
For sate by all druggists.
P. O. OOX D77.
with only the old-fathloned "pigeon'
thousands of offices Into . t
FORT ST. OPP. LOVC DLDG.