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VEmNQ BtTLLBTm, HONOLTJtU. T. H.. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 3. 1908.
Everyday brings forth new surprises. Our -New
Goods arc being rapidly opened up and
you will do well to visit our store daily.
WATCH OUR ADS. IT WILL PAY YOU.
New Wash Fabrics
Embroidered eyelet effects, In an entirely new Mercerized'
roatrlal at 25 PE,R YARD
C0R8ICAN TWILLBHIRTINGS: r
Full 36 Inches wide, strictly new, and In a variety of
pattern, at 15, per YARD
A toll, fine, silk-finished material, suitable for hlrt. '
(not and cults, full yard wide, In a tine range or pat-
,ern 15d YARD
LUZON MERCERIZED PONQEEi
Entirely new, and equal to any Imported material,
for men's shirts or ladles' costumes at 25 PER YARD
NEW PRINTED DATISTE8:
Latest desljns. fine quality, and a good variety of pat.
,ern a t5 YARD
VICTORIA LAWN3: '
10 yards to the piece; extra fine quality 81,25 PIECE
An entire ne,w assortment, full yard wide and worth
1212c. Our price iq YARD
New designs, 36 Incheo wide, of fine quality, A suit
able material for Shirts or Shirt Walat Suite. Regularly
sold for 20c yd. Our price '. Q YARDS 91.00
SILK MIXED MOUSSELINE:
Something New. In exquisite patterns and colorings,
very stylish, and fully worth 35c yd. Our price. ...25j YARD
PRfNTED DOTTED SWISS:
Entirely New. In check and plaid designs. Our prlco 20 d YD.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd,
Cor. Port and Beretanla
sBBLJW! Natural Flavour I
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef.
Corned Beef Hash '
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
Libby's (?;. Food' Products
Ask your grocer for them
purbookUt.-aoodThlnittoE.t.-m.ll.d free. Send
ftvt 2-ccnt Hmpi for Libby's Big Allu of Ihi World
Llbby, McNalll 6 Llbby
T. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited.
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
7S7 ALAKEA 8TREET NEXT 8AIL ORS- HOME.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship yout
goods and lave you money.
Dealeti in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
' Storage In Brick Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
Thousands In Sight,
Says Lucas, and
' POLICE EXPENSE ITEMS ARE PASSED
The meeting of tho Hoard of Super
lsors lnt night had many Interesting
features, among' whlrli enmo spirited
dialogues between Lucas and Monro
woro cnpccbiily enjoyable. Klrst of
oil, Lucas had got on the Inside re
Ranting County finance, and whan
.Iooie of tho Waya and Means Com
mlltee Bounded tho awful warning
lioto of economy, Lucas rllialilly scon,
ed tho Idea and wanted to he shown.
Me gave .Moore the merry ha-ha, add
paid there wag plenty of money In
sight. Mooro tiled to jump on Lucas,
though In n guarded diplomatic man
ner, ahout roads, being htifly because
ho had been Ignored, hut the wily Lit-
tan was not to bo caught napping. Ho
was, however, given u very dlgnlllcd
and official rebuke from Chairman
Kinlth, who thought that, Lucas lihould
play villi Mooro as long as they were
in tho name back yard.
Mooro evidently aimed to stop road
work In order (bat laborers might be
When tho meeting owned fleo. W.
Smith was nhscnt. Jack Lucas took
thy chairman's sent at tho bead of tho
tabic, filling It moat excellently until
Smith arrived. Thoso present wtro
Supcrvlsora Dwlght. Cox. Moore. Pa
rte, Archer, Smith 'and Lucas; County
Clurk Knlauokalanl, Kugcno HulTnn
dean, Stenographer Aca. County Engl
ncer (lulir, Hoad Supervisor Johnson,
Captain I'arker of tho police, and re
Th9 following September bills wcro
fall road $ 870,86
County onico rent 120.00
County Engineer 08.00,
Koolaulon road district No.
r 1 A 134.00
Koolaulon road district No.
Ewn toad district 1,318.40
Kaplolanl Park 325.CC
Walnnno road district . .'... 290.00
Wnlanao road district .... 75.00
f'.wa road district 472.92
Koolaupokn road district . . 013.76
County Auditor 18.85
Walalua road district 1,101.73
Koolaulua road district No.
Walaluoa road district .:. 235.25
County Attorney , . 15
Koolaupoko road district . 317.11
County Clerk 25.33
riterbago department (141.00
Pollco department - 2 15.00
l'ollce department 76.00
Koad department 3,893.00
While tho Kaplolanl Park Item cunio
up Mooro objected, lie said thcro
wan an Item of S95 for transportation
"Wo have iiihiIo nil estlmntc and
should keep within It. Tho bill Is $175
over tho estimate. Wo nro down to
enses and must look out."
Moore Balks at Them
"That nlso Include:) Improvements
on tho Kunst property." said Lucas.
"I know It," said Mooro, "but thoy
should keep within thu $500 estimate
given by tho Hoard. I won't sign It."
"1 movo wo pass this bill and warn
tho Park overseer to keep within tho
estimate In the luturc," said Lucas.
Archer said he did not believe tho
Park keeper should bo allowed to over
rtdo tho Hoard. lie gave n moral lec
ture, ending with a warning that tho
band was coming, and would havo to
"Anil wo have the money, too," snld
Archer ventured to think otherwise.
"You don't know what you arc talk
ing about," retorted Lucas. "You peo
ple mako mo tired talking at random."
"1 (lilnl; wq know as much about It
as you do," cut In Moore, coming to
the bnrd-presucd Archer's nsslstauco.
"Well, you don't," said Luchs with
finality. "If yuu know as much nhout
It as 1 do. you wouldn't talk that way."
P. E. R. Strauch
12700 Largo Hottso aud acre Lol on
Car Lino near Zoo. Easy payment.
$3500 Klcgnnt 11-room modern Real-
denco , Stables, Outhouses. Lot
170x210. Will be sacrificed at, 1-2
$1300 Or. Cottage at Piiunut ur. Ltllha
Terminus. Lot 76x150. lloalth
lest plnco lu Town.
$2250 Cottage on King St. nr. Wat-
klkl turn. Lot 60x2(0, best resi
dence district. Easy payments.
10 per cent. Cash. Wilt double In
valuo next two years.
$200 Several flno Dulldlng Lots, all
cleared; at Piiunul. $25 Cash; bal
ance monthly without Interest,
Thoso lotH nro the best In town for
$75 per annum 10 years' leaso on
1 1-2 ncrea or level land, rich soil,
freo .from stones, near Knllhl Fer
And Other Bargains.
NO- 74 SOUTH KING 8TREET.
Baren All Right
Thereupon tho Peter llaron Item,
which was held up last week, was
taken up. Tho following letter from
Sheriff Ilrown was rend-
Honolulu. Brut. 28. 1900.
S. C. Dwlght. Chairman Pollco Com
mittee, Doard of Supervlsorfl.
Dear Sir: Tho namo of Peter
Union appears on the September,
1900. police nay roll for 75. This
amount represents three months' sal
ary at $25.
Ho was commissioned July 1. 1908.
as a special officer to do police work
In tho vlclnily of tho boat houses, ma
lino lallway nnd Jap.-ineac fishermen
Ho Is on duty in this, vlclnily cv-rv
day and doc good bervlce.
iiih name was omitted by mistake
from both thu July mid AtigiiBt pay
rolls. I beg to remain,
(Signed) A. M. UltOWN,
Sheriff, County of Oatiu.
Archer with Ilia characteristic can.
tlon wanted to have the hill specify
that It was for July, August and Sep
tcmber. Otherwise, ho said, suspi
ciously, the foxy Damn might bring
in a iilil far $75 for next month alone.
Tb hill then passed.
TUB Ways nnd Means Committee re
ported through Moore, recommending
that County Engineer (lehr's request
ior an assistant at $15i per month bo
granted. Tho report was adopted on
motion oi i.ucns.
Tho samo committee reported In fn-
vor of tho appointment of election
clerks to ho appointed (rom Him two
polltieul parties by tho committee.
Home Rule Was Left
Paolo said that tho Homo Utile party
had not been Included. He wanted to
Lucas wanted to leave tho whole
business to tho County Clerk.
Smith wanted to liao a hand In
bossing tho Job. He tl.oiight tho Su
pervisors should pans on tho names.
Mooro said' tho committee could re
echo mimes from nil tho parties and
mo Its own Judgment.
Lucas moved that tho County Clerk
bo cmiiowcrcd to receive tho names
nnd Appoint tho clerks. This suited
raele. no seconded tho motion, say
ing that tho Homo Itulo party should
Mooro said Hits was satisfactory to
him, but Smith was anxious lest tho
parties might not like It, as Kalauo
knlnnl was nit n non-partisan, but a
Republican. This might Influence hl
chanco for re-election.
"They couMn'l beat him If thoy
tried to Willi a club," said Lucas.
Tho motlos then passed, tho report
being adopted with tho amendment
embodied In Lucas' mollpn. that tho
Clerk, Instead of tho committee, re
colvo tho mines. It was further de
cided that ttieso clerks should bo paid
$10 "for tho Job."
Blow Hot and Cold
Tho special committee on police nay
lolls reported on tho Pllanala Hem,
which was held up, passing tho Item
with a masterly exhibition or blowing
hot nnd cold at tho samo time, as fol
lows: Honolulu, T.'lL. October 2. 1906.
Geo. W. Soilth, Esq., Chairman, Hoard
Dear Slrt Your committee, to
whom was rcl'oricd tha special pollco
ray rolls. Nob. 4244, IZtiO and 4267 lor
Investigation, respectfully submits tho
following report :
Wo havo madn an Invest gallon of
the amounts paid out on tha alleged
pay rolls and find that tho evidenco
shows that tho partlos nanw tne'rcln,
to whom these amounts wcro paid, did
actually perform tho dutlca of special
in this connection wo also deslro to
sny that from all tho facta presented
to your committee, wo are of tho opln
Ion that port or thin sum of money
could havo been snved tho County If
the proper authorities were moro vig
ilant In the dlochargo of their official
duties and at tho samo tlnio would
not impair tho cfllclency of the pollco
In conclusion wo deslro to express
our appreciation for tho valuable afc
sletanco given by Sheriff A. M. Drown
during tha course of our Investiga
Road Work Report
Tho renort was adontcd and It was
regulatly moved arid carried to pay
iho amounts Involved.
D. Kulauokalaul, Esq.. Clurk County
Sir: t herewith respectfully beg to
submit a btatement of tho mokt Im
portant work completed during tho
month of September, and a list' of tho
most Important work under construc
tion at thu present time, and the es
timated t-xppnso for pay rolls and
bills, for materials unit supplies, to
carry on. tho namo during tho month
of October, mot.
Work completed During Month of Sop-
Construction, new bridge. Vineyard
Killing and coral dragging. Kawnla-
hao street, 600 feet,
Draining and macadamizing. Knott-
ltakl Hill road, 1660 feet.
Macadamizing Kalakaua avenue, S00
Qradlug, corul subgradlng and mac
STOP COUNTY WORK
adamizing, Walala'c road, 800 feel.
Ilegradltig anil macadamizing Llllhn
street. 1120 feet.
(trading, coral dressing, lloliron
Lane. 600 feet.
And a number of other light repairs,
uch as patching, cleaning, oiling.
sweeping, etc., mentioned In tho
Work tinder Construction nnd To Do
Carried on During Month of Octo.
Construction, new road, 'Horseshoe
Construction, various sizes concrclo
Killing and coral dressing. Knwala
Draining and macadamizing, Kapu
knkl Hill road.
Macadamizing, Kalakaua avenue.
Grading, coal subgrndlng anil mac
ndntntzlng, Walalae road.
Itcgradlng and macadamizing, Llliha
Aud a number of repairs In tho out
side dlstrlctc or Manoa, Tnnlalu.i, Pa
lolo. old Nuuanu Pall road, Knllhl
valley road, and Diamond Head road,
tiich as patching, cleaning, grading,
etc., also oiling different streets In dlf
Icrcnt sections of the city.
The quarries which are In operation
pi the present time to supply macad
am for the above mentioned work nro:
Kaluapalena Alcwn nnd Mnklkl Quar
ry, nlso South street bunkers which
liirulUiea coral dressing for Kalakaua
avenue and Wnlaluc road.
In estimating the expenso to carry
on the above mentioned work, I would
icauectfully ask that an appropriation
cf $15,000 be mado for the month ut
Hoad Supervisor, Honolulu.
Baths, Road and Sewer
Tho Hotel Hatha, Ltd., wrote that
II would contribute $250 for the lay
Ing of a sewer down Alakca street,
provided that tho nine was laid to a
depth of seven feet.
Superintendent of Public Works Hoi
lowny wrote that ho had taken up tha
mailer of tho opening of Ielma avo
line In Pearl City, He said he thought
tho road had been abandoned already
nnd wan now a flovcrnment road. Any
how bo would not accept nn case
ment thereon, but only a fe simple
deed. Ho also wroto regarding tho
proposed land exchauge with W. W.
(loodalo for the purpose of making a
snort cut rrom the Walalua road to
tho Wahlawa Colony road. ' Ho had
no objections to making tho exchange,
but wanted further Information. Thu
furnishing or (his was passed up to
the County Engineer. ,
Tho Park Commissioners wroto rec
ommending tho establishing of freo
bath rooms nt tho Kunst beach park
Mid tho repairing of the old building
en tho premises lo make It servo as n
lefrcshmcnt station. It would cost
$1000 to rcnovato this building. $2600
to build 60 bath rooms, $1000 extra
for SO additional rooms, and $300 to
clear tho beach of coral.
I'alolo residents asked to have tho
tcrvlccs of a steam roller 'on their
rond. This request was granted.
Kunawal-ltes Must Walk
Kunnwal lano residents wanted
their lano macadamized as "driving
evor It was a dlscomrort." Mooro said
he did not think It wns a public thnr-
ougnrarcv Mo had driven up thero aud
bad had to drivo Into a taro patch In
order to turn around. Lucas said It
was a public road. Mooro said thcro
wcro many Idg Jobs which should bo
finished before) Kunawat lano was tak
en up. Nothing was dono with tho
matter and tho Kunawal-ltes will pre
sumably still havo Iho choice between
driving dlscomfortably or walking
The Kaplolanl Park Item which was
held up by Mooro'a objection early In
tho meeting, wan taken up again. Lu
cas said that wlillo the appropriation
i.au uecn exceeded, the work had been
done and should bo paid for. Mooro
said tho estimates should be kept with
In, and tho wbolo affair was gono over
again for tho special benefit of Chair
man Smith, who had not heard It be
Lucan Slaps Police,
'uusincss is business " said Moore.
"and I want to sco things done
"There Is nothing crooked nbout It."
Smith said that tho Park overseer
should keep within the estimate, and
Arcner sow his opportunity to get off
oomo moro morality, '
"What would they do It they, did not
havo tho appropriation?" nucrlcd
'Why. they wouldn't do auythlng."
cald Lucas. "Don't you' know that?"
"If wo allowed this department to
exceed Its estimate, the road depart
ment might do tho samo, aud tho po
llco department "
'Tho pollco department docs." cut
In Lucas. "Thoy do It all the time."
"They keen wltbln the limit." nn-
Lucas moved to pass the Item and
warn against a recurrence. Tho mo
tion pnssed, but Mooro and Smith vo
ted against It. Tho tatter said that
ho wlshod to go on record as being
opposed lo any departments exceeding
Lucas a Financier
Moore reported on estimates for Oc
tober amounting to $27,005, against
which Iho County would, ho sold, get
Ka.uyu. i.ticas said he wanted lis.-
01)0 for Honolulu roads, it was all non
rens'e about tho County's getting only
io.in,Mi. i lo nas seen Treasurer camp
bell, who had told him that tha Coun
ty was entitled to $21,000 a month.
Thcro was plenty of money In sight
and this talk nbout tho County being
hard lip was nonsense.
Mooro said ..that tho Auditor had
told him be was playing Bate, Ho
Mould not pay out moro than $25,000
r month heforu ho bad received a
statement from tho Treasurer, for
which ho had been walling, showing
that thcro wora' sufficient funds lo
Justify his paying out moro.
"Tho Treasurer says tho money Is
thero," said Lucus,
"It Is the Auditor wo havo to lenik
to," said Smith.
"Why, doesn't he get the figures
limn the Treasurer, then?" nRked Lu
rate. "I got them, nnd anybody who
asks for them can get them."
Mooro showed Hint tho allownnce
of Lucas' $13,000 from tho road fund.
$2,000 from tho Honolulu special road
fund, together with tho other Items
sb reported, would make an overdr.'i't
of $1,405. Lucas Insisted tlial the mod
cy could easily bo gotten, and tho es
timates wcro finally adopted, overdraft
Moore After Lucas
The' next act was a sparring match
between Moore and Lucas. It seems
that Mooro had not been consulted by
Lucas and Sam Johnson about certain
road work, and he complained bitter
ly. Tho political effect of Ham's road
work for tho benefit of his followers
In Knkaako also seemed to trouble
Moore's Democratic heart. Ho said
ho wanted Derctnnla street, Kalakaua
avenue and a few either big Joins fin
ished Instead of seeing It done In Kn
kaako, Kunawo4 lano and other Insig
nificant places. He alio had n fen
catch questions to ask about certain
load work, but Lucas and Johnson,
who were quite evidently prepared for
Just this, had tho answer on their fin
Mooro, however, obtained the satis
faction of hearing the Chair rebuku
fyicas and Johnson for not consulting
Moore. According to parliamentary
usage, he said every member of a com
mittee should be consulted berorc nny
work was undertnkon. This must bo
done In tho future.
Archer wanted n road machine In
Koolaupoko which was not being
used. Oclir snld It was bought four
years ago, had never been used, and
was lusting away, as raele nad no
objections It was decided to (akc the
machine to Ewa.
Where Was Trent
Dwlght wanted to know It the Treas
urer never attended the meetings. Ho
bad not as yet had the pleasure of
meeting Mr. Trent, i
Smith answered that tho County of
ficers did nut nlwayn attend meetings.
Trent had not attended for a year.
Road Engineer Reports
Tho Koad Engineer reported as fol
lows: Honolulu. T. If., October 2. 1906.
Mr. J. Lucas, Chairman, Committee
on ltoad3. Parks ami Hridgcs.
8lr: I beg to mako tho following
report or work performed during thu
month or Scptombcr, 1906:
PALI no AD.
Seven hundred feet of roadway cov
ered and rolled, and 120 feet of road
way covered during August and rolled
In September, making n total of 820
feet. Tho seventh payment on net-omit
of contract dated September 29,
Regular payroll, road over-
seer and cantonlcra $ 135.00
Payroll, Pakolc beach $ CI 1.75
M. ft S., Pakolo beach 134.28
Cart hire, Pakolo beach .... 125.23
Walmanalo road, M. ft S.
Stablo account $ 28.50
Quarry (Aug. hill) 5.00
Telephone: Paclo 7.50
Hon. Hoad Dept. payroll for
plpo ,.. 172.00
Flvo hundred feet of bre-akwatcr
wall at Pakolo Is completed and 110
feet of roadway filled with exception
of 6 inches gravel top dressing. Cood
progress has been mado and I fcej
confident that tho work can bo com
pleted lor $500. Temporary repairs
wcro mado to a bridge on the Wnjina
nolo road." This bridge, together with
another In tho camo district, should
bo renewed Immediately, and I havo
Included them In tho cstlmato fur tho
month of October as follows:
Iteg. payroll , $ 135.00
Stable account 15.00
Pakolo breakwater . . ...... 500.00
Urldges, Walmanalo road ... 150.00
Incidentals , 50.00
KOOLAULOA NO. 1.
The only work dono In Koolauloa
No. 1 was the reconstruction or n 36
foot deck brldgo at Punaluu, except a
few minor repairs by e-antonlcrH on
Labor on bridge $ 58.60
Water and supplies . ......... 159.73
Cnntonlers on road 26.00.
Salary, road overseer 50.00
KOOLAULOA NO. 2.
Work has been confined to dressing
main road wlt coral from Lale Hill.
2100 feet of road wns constructed em
tho Knhuku sldo ami 1900 feet on the
Laic sld. or u total of 4000 feet dur
ing the month.
through somo misunderstanding
work was not stopped as soon as, it
(.botiltl have been, and the expenditure
has exceeded tho authorization about
Material and supplies ,,$ 36.03
Wagon and team hlro ., 343.75
I would recommend that work nt
this end of this district be dropped for
a whllo, and Iho money spent on tho
l'upukea road as per my letter to tho
hoard of September 23,
Camp equipment ,...,$ 400,00
All work has been mi tho Wnhlawn
road across Kaukouahua gulch, aud
That In nddrew
lne Mrs. Pink-
bam you are con
tiding' your prlvnlo
Ills to a worunn
n woman whoso experi
ence with womcu'n dlv
ntwi covers n ;runt
Mrs. 1'iuUham U tho
dauglit-r-lii -law of
Lydla 11. I'inkhnm.
nntl lor many years
anil Muco tier ile--cca'c.fcholiushfcn
Milvlftlntr at,.! ...
men frcu of charge. II
SI nny winnoii
suffer In slh'iico nml drift nlonp from
bad lei worse, ltiinulni; full well that
they ought to have liumcdiutu tisM-.t-ancc,
but a natural modesty Itnpch
them, to shrink from cxiHiiug tliri'n
selves to tho ejueatlons nml jirobablH
examination of even their fnn.ll.
physician. ltlsiiiiuccCKary. Wlthn'
money or prleo yon run consult n wo
man whov kmmledgu from actual ex
porlcnco Is great.
Mrs. I'lnkham'a Standing Invitation.
Women sulTerlUE fmm nny form of
cominiinlctito with Mrs. Piukbniii. ut
Lynn, Muss. All letters are received,
0)cued, rend and nunwercd by women
only. A woman can freely talk of her
private lllncM to a woman: thus lias
licen cfttabllshi'i! the eternal conliilcncu
betwci-n .Mn. l'lnliliomtiuil tho women
of America which litis never been
broken. Out of the vn.t voliimo of
experience which Michtmtmlrmv fnim.
It is liiiireitlmn posMhle thut shu lias
? rained the u-ry know ledge that will
iclp your ease. Mio nks nothing- In
return excepl jour rivnI-wHI, nnd hei
advice has relieved thousands. Surely
nny woman, rich or poor, is very foolish
If she does not tube ndvnntugcof .this
gcncnniM ofTer or nvsUlnnce.
If you uru III, don't licidtato to eet B
bottle of Lydla K. Pllildinm'sVejjctnblo
Compound ut once, unit write Mrs, I'ink
hnm, Lynn, Mux., for special ndvlco.
When ii mnlU-liio linn hi-i-n succchSfnl
In restoring to health mi many women,
you cannot well say, without trying It,
''1 do nut Wile to it will help mo."
Iho same ban been romplelcd.
M. & S $ 11.25
Team blio , 224.00
Payroll , . . .i 1,15175
It Is desii'i'd to push tlila' rontt til a
connection wlllt tho main Walalua
mail at the upper end of the recently
graded road, nnd an appropriation of
$1200 for tho month of October H
Thu total roet of the Kaukonaliun
crossing haw boon $2650,75, tho extra
cost having been miidu by the encoun
tering of e-onsldrrnhlo rock lu tho cut
on the south sldo.
Tha work of mactidamlzlirj; tho main
road from Wnhlawn towards Wiilparq
has gono steadily forward, .nnd If."'.'
feet of roadway 18 fuct.wldo covered
with 6 Inches or mncnilam.
The crusher wns lu opvrntlnn oni
15 1-2 days owing to n br-il 'o. n if
the engine. A rotary norctn uiu hi-ru
purchased nt cost of $IS, S'.', nml
will bo Installed nx noon ns possible.
The cost of Mm work fur thu month
has been $1916.32.
I would ask for an nppioprlatlou (f
$1800 for tho prosecution or lb" wink
(i, ii. (.Kin:.
Tho next inoetlttK will bo hold Octo
(. II. BISHOP ESTATE
A deposition which wns tal.cn by
Clerk or Court J. A. Thompson rrom
E. 1'axon I II Klin)) In tho mutter of tho
estate or Chailes II. Illnliop, deceased,
was, filed In thu probate couit tlilu
morning. Taxou Hislinp left for tho
mainland this morning to M-ttlo ihc
entntc of bis bi other. -''
Tho deKslllou shows Hint CharleS?
II. Illsbop nt the time of ltlu death hnM
the following properly In elila Terri
tory: $302.50 In caslij Mctlrydu Sugar
Company stock, market value $216;
Klhel plantation stock, market vnlmv
$945; lie skates or Honolulu Stock
yards Co.'h stock, nt an unknown val
ue, tha llrm being In process at liqilV
datlon; nearly one ncrc of land In
Knwela, Molokul. which the deponent
stilted was In his opinion valueless.
Tho depnrltlon nl&u Mate!) that Hip
deceased had four children llvlngvtmo
of whom Is living In Honolulu and fil
ing to school, nntl two of whom mu
A small cott.ico or three or fojip,
rooms foi hnmckcci!ng nro wanted-.
AddrcsH X, liiillutlu. '
Is freo from harmful elements. . Itn
alkalinity destroys mouth acid gerrns.
It permeates the entire tooth and'
mouth structure with Its healthy frag.
ranee. A tonic to tha mims. 80ZO-
DONT is an article of merit. . Its popu
larity of sixty years will ottcst to 'that.
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