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VBNINO BPLLBTm. KONOLULP. T. It.. WEDNESDAY. NOV. 14, 190C.
Table Linen Sale
will continue the balance of thlt week; such gaoda at such prices
are bound to bring crowds of buyers.
THESE ARE REAL LINEN VALUES,
the greatest that have ever been offered In this City.
WHITE TABLE DAMA8K from 37164 P"" )" nd upwards
RED TABLE DAMA3K 304 Per yd. and upwards
NAPKIN8 754 dozen and upwards
DOYLIES 60 dozen and upwards
WHITE DAMASK TABLE COVER8,
all ready for use 83.00 and upwards
HEMSTITCH TEA and LUNCH CLOTHS .. 83.00 and upwards
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
Cloth and Napkins to Match
ALL NEW DESIGNS; IN ALL SIZES.
3J(- DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR
Damask Dinner Cloths
ALL NEW, FRESH GOODS, AND WILL BE SOLD
This Week at Cut Prices
Thursday, priday and Saturday
will positively be the LAST DAYS of
Great Linen Sale
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.. Ltd.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ship yout
goods' and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
ha moved his residence from the cor
ner of BERETANIA and RICHARDS
240 King St.. near Richards
New 'Phone Number-BLUE 101 1
Is near at hand Wc will have a gen
crous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
TELCPHONf. MAiN 78.
FORT 8T. 0?P. LOVE BLDQ.
Road Work Stopped
By Supervisors, Who
May Reduce Police
LOW FINANCES NECESSITATE RETRENCHMENT
SORROWS OF MR. W0RMW1LL-TURN.
The work on the roads must mop
until tho Hoard of Supervisors finds out
whero It Is at financially. This deci
sion was reached by the Hoard latl
night nflcr Monro had reported on es
timates, showing that unless more
money could hu had than una at pres
ent In sight, nil not absolutely ncces
airy work must stop for tho present.
The following opinion by thc.County
Attorney wns read:
Dear Sir: In response to the com
munication of Supervisor It. T. Moore,
dated tho 12lh IneL, requesting my
opinion on Section CI, Chapter 14, of
tho County Act, t beg to say ns fol
Tho section In question roads ns fol
"Tho Hoird shall not, for any pur
pose, contract debts or liabilities which
exceed in any fiscal J car tho Income
and revenuo provided for such year,
t understand the communication of
Supervisor Moore to mean that tho
1 18.000 In question will bo tho balance
duo and pnyablo to the County of Uahu
within tho first fifteen days of January,
1907, ns provided by Act 93 of tho Ses
sion Ijiws of 1905. The amount lit
question Is, In my opinion, 'sucli an
amount ns is "provided for" the year
190, as contemplated by Section 64 of
Chapter H of tho County Act, but not
payable until January, 1907.
Tho present tloard of Supervisors will
not go out ot offlco until the seventh
day of January, 1907, nt noon, and until
that tlmo tho board has tho power ot
disbursing public monevs which have
already been "provided for" for the
year 1900. I can sec no reason why thu
present Hoard ot Supervisors could not
contract debts or obligations to bo paid
out of this resorvo fund which la pay
able within tho first fifteen dajs of Jan
uary, 1907. Othcrwiso It would simply
mean that n consldcmblo amount ot
ncccssnry public work would have to
stop for the lack of funds, a. condition
which wns never contemplated by tin.
Legislature when tho Act In question
was framed, tlcspcct fully yours,
i:. A. DOUTII1TT,
County Attorney, County of Oaliu.
"That means that this Hoard, going
out of offlco on January 7th, has that
amount ot money available, said Smith.
"Hut suppose they don't pay It out
before January 7?" asked Archer.
Mooro said that In any event the
fund could be regarded as an asset
against which bills could bo drawn and
still the Hoard would turn everything
over in a solvent condition. It was
impossible, he said, to stop everything.
"Well I hnvo no kick us long as wc
don't exceed tho $18,000," Bald Archer
"No, wo will keep well within it,
said Smith. "Wo will turn a sub
stantial Imlanro over to tho now
Mooro reported for the Wns am!
Means Committee that tho Auditor had cts-
said that tho Hoard would hu given
K8.000 until tho end of tho ear. In
addition to this there wns n balance, of
$10,203 and about $12,075 road taxes.
As ngainsl this tliero would ho out
standing expenditures on contracts,
transformer, II ro nlarm boxes, bridges,
etc. .amounting to $10,113. A total ex
penditures was In sight of $77,378, with,
out tho $18,000 fund. This would, when
drawn on mako up the deficiency, give
tho Incoming Hoard about $9000.
In view of all theso things, said
Moore, ho did not sco how any addi
tlonal expenditures could bo made. The
Auditor and Treasurer had Bald a few
thousand dollars might bo derived fur
ther from tuxes, hut did not hold out
much hope. Hn moved that all road
work bo stopped for tho present until
It could bo ascertained from Ilia Aud
itor how much money was coming In.
Lucas seconded the motion
Archer wanted to knuw what about
the lunas who were drawing big sal
aries, If they had no men to oversee
Smith said they could h laid oft In
spite of tho fact that they wcro paid
by tho month.
Archer said that (hey should bo laid
.Mooro said his motion covered the
ground. Only the men whom it was
absolutely necessary to keep would be
kept, ns men looking after stock, etc.
I .uens said of tour so it would bo nec
essary to lay oft the lunas
Mooro'a motion wns put and carried
I Itn .linn ruml tils Aatlmntn f(t nvmtti.ll
tuns nmountlng to n total ot $2.',3i5.
Archer and Police
The police expense estimates were
kicked nt by Archer. I.ucns fell In with
him, sa) Inn that ho would rather spend
money for parks than for private po
lice detectives, who were no good nnj-
how. Archer said plaintively that nt
mo3l ono-thlrd of tho county's Income,
went Into tho police department
Smith said it was to bo hope 1 that ho
next legislature would provldo that
fines and roits would be turned over to
Archer moved to reduce tho I'ollco
Department pay roll $2000.
I.ucns sntd that It could only be dono
by having tho police committee sco tliff
Sheriff and tell him ho must dismiss so
mnny men, so ns to come within the
money which Vould bo given him.
Archer moved to refer the matter to
tho polho rommlttco with Instructions
to consult with tho Sheriff regarding a
reduction of the appropriation from
$9000 to $7000. Carried.
Tho following appropriations were
County offlco rent, $120
Koolnulo.i roi'd district. No 2, $299.2fi
Kootauloa road district No. 2, $199 82.
I'lro department, $7.17.11
Knplolanl park, $343.22.
Election expenses, $II0.S,".
County Clerk, $10.00.
County Attorney, $29.10.
County Auditor, $9.25.
County Engineer, $07.10.
Premium on bonds, $10.
Hwn road district, $710 f,9.
Wnlanno road district. $53.05.
Com. collecting rond lav, $9.70.
Koolaupoko road district, $ IOC. 13.
(iarbage department, $I3SSI.
Keepers of parks, $1.9".
nicctrlc light department. $091.3').
Pollco and fire alarm system, $143 39.
Wnlalua road district. $921.49.
Walalun road district (special), $200.
Walulua road district, tir.OCl.
Polho department. $1431.17.
Ito.id department, $1730 01.
ju Wjx -"-
"You are late, Worrnwill."
l helped chloroform a street car hog and then had to drown h.m m.v Cast River myself-'
"All right, but do try to pet here on time. WormwilL"
NEW ONES MEET
Fashion plates High-priced dinner
Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now wc can
jjlvc. you the very
Furnish ur. your address and our
representative will call on you
and &how you our Illustration
HIS CALLINQ IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY,
J. C, Axtell &Co, nufi.insa auium
Cure Forjfhe Blues
ONE MEDICINE THAT HAS NEVER FAILED
Hulth Fully Rtttortd and the Joy of
When a cheerful, brave, light-hearted
woman is suddenly plunged Into that
perfection of misery, the I1LUKH, it It
a sad picture. It Is usually this way :
She has been feeling- "out of soru"
who want to sell Homes,
1. Who WON'T sell, unless they DOU.
RLE TIIKlIt MONEY:
2. Who HAVE to sell at HAl.P COST.
Hero arn n few Hargalns for you of
No. 2 kind I have to offer:
t 5501 hodr, no x 150 Kapahulu
$ 800-2 hedr. 7.1 x ISO I'uiinul
$13003 lic.tr. 7fi x tr.o Piiiinut
$13003 hedr. 60 x 130 Kukui St. Ext.
$13003 hedr. GO x 100 C-ullck Ave.
$2750 I hedr, CO X 90 Klnau St.
$30004 hedr. 4 ncres Palolo
$35007 hedr. 170 x 200 Kamolmmnhii
$150011 hedr 7f. x ISO Young Ht.
VBaWBBaavk 1 ssv f saw
for some, tlmo; head has ached and
back also ; has slept poorly, been quite
nervous, and nearly fainted onco nr
twice; head dizzy, and heart bents very
fast; then that bearing-down feeling,
and during her periods she Is exceed
ingly despondent. Nothing pleases
her. Her doctor says : "Cheer up : you
hare djspepsla; you will be all right
Hut she doesn't get " all right." and
hope vanishes; then como tho brood
ing, morbid, melancholy, everlasting
Don't wait until your sufferings hare
driven you to despair, with your ncrvca
.11 .1..., 1 .l ....- Ann-a... -..
, SI! ftllUfclVllU UUU , UM, bMUIMUU UIVMU,
I but tuke I.jdla E. i'inkham'a Vege
table Compound, h'eo what tt did (or
Mrs. Itosu Adams, ot HID 12th ritrect,
t.nulsvillo, Ky nleeo of the late (Jen
eral Itoger Hanson, C.K.A. She writes:
IV..,,,. Mr IMnLtimnt
14 Mouses on South l.orner of Port and "I rsnnnt Ml you withpn and Ink whit
Ltdla K. rinsliams vrceiiiii i oninound
has dons for n, I njtTrl with fnuto
trouble, eilwiii Isultiid. Urn Must,'
imrvniunMl anil Mint All COI1A fellllflr. I wtl
dill to try l.vitla K. flnUum'. Vegetable
rnnipouiul, audit not only rural niy ftmsU
"!,- I, ,,., I l.
At tho opening of tho meeting S.nlth
Instructed the Clerk to extend un In
vitation to all tho Supervisors-elect to
attend tho meetings ot ho Hoard, wl !ch
might provo Interesting to thent.
A llttlo later Joe Fern and Frank
Harvey, both Supervisors-elect, auj a
number of other Democrats, filed In
and formed an Interested nudlciuo.
A number of routine mattcM voro
attended to. The loan of a rock cruMi-
er to tho Territory to be used In thu
construction of tho Maklkl dam w.u
A letter from Walter K. Wall Mated
that tho 51-acro Plllplll traco nt Mai.oa
was being cut Into house lots. Ho
offered to deed the streets to tho Ter
ritory, If tho County would n-acadam-Izo
and maintain them.
"They want the govornmen. to fix
tho road for their own bencfi'." rnld
Archer sourly. "Hut they'll sell tho
land nnd put the money in their own
Tho matter was referred to the Coun
Tho O. It. & I.. Co. agreed to havo
tho government road at Kawalluv run
through Its paddock Instead of on tl.o
beach as at present.
Tho following report of the County
Engineer was read:
Honolulu, T. It., Nov. 9. luJ.
Mr. J. Lucas, Chairman, Commlttco on
lloads, llrldgcs and Parks, Huard
of Supervisors, County ot Oaliu.
Sir: I would respectfully ask that
tho appropriations (or tho various out
side districts for tho month ot Novem
ber bo mado as follows:
Ewa noaj District To bo ex
pended In macadamizing
main road $l,750.iH)
Wulanno To bo expended und
er supervision Mr. Meyer .. 250 0 J
Wnlalua Sco letter.
Koolauloi No. 2 Sco letter.
Koolauloa No. 1 To bo ex
pended on Knhana beach
road und breakwater 750 Of;
Koolaupoko To be expended
In general repair work .... 700 A'J
Pall road Whltchoufo con
I would report that tho breakwater
at Pakolo, Koolaupoko, Is completed.
A en nip has been erected at Pupukoa,
Koolauloa No. 2, and consldcrabla
progress mndo in clearing tho right ot
way. Approximately 2000 feet of road
regraded south of Walmca hill, Wala
Owing to a breakdown of tho engine
of tho Ewa crushing plant, only 400
feel of roail was metaled during the
month. Tho appropriation was expend
ed In tho quarry, subgradlng 2000 feel
of main road und on general repairs,
U. II. (1EHE.
County Engineer, County of Oaliu.
The new manager (or tho Rainier
Hottllng Works, of this city, is Clins. A.
Nelson, ot Seattle. Mr. Nelson Is one
of tho most capahla managers In the
employ of tho Seattlo Urowlng mid
Malting Co. and ho will undoubtedly
make a big success of the company's
product In this Held. Iho Uuliilcr Dot.
tllng Works has been advancing with
giant strides during tho past tno iars
under the management of E. T Her
rick and his promotion to u larger Held
Is n retognltlon of his efforts In Ha
wall, Mr. Nelson will undoubtedly
keep up tho samo degree ot progress.
The Modern Light
The ancients used the rush light. Since then many other meth
ods of lighting have been used until the electric light was Invent
ed. The advent of the electric light has relegated all other lights
to the background. It Is the efficient, safe, odorless illumlnant that
should be In every home.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ld.
Tel. Main 390
Leather Art Goods
The finest and largest ex
hibit ever made In Honolulu.
Included are: Sofa Pillows,
Tablecovers, Doilies, Mats,
Calendars, Banners, Music
Rolls, Purses, Cigar Cases
and a great variety of Novel
ties, burnt in Hawaiian
v9 SPAVIN CURE
!i Weekly Bulletin Per Yeiir
IsliaTI, I '-.--. 7 m " ufl ti Mk
tichnol St as a whole or III lots, I
$vn l heilr Young HI,
$201 hi'dr. Mullwlc Ave.
I P, E, R, Strauch
WAITYMI.P0. M 9i HIH0 TflBRT.
Wm. Laraen, Manager.
NOVELTY LEATHER COMPANY
412 Market Street
San Francisco, Cat.
Dear Blr: I used your "8av-the-HorsA"
on two Splints, on lasldfl of
front legs, interfering with the corda
of tho leg nnd causing lameness bo
badly that a very short drive would
make the horse ret the "part of a crip
ple." Alter using two bottles tho
lameness is irono and tho splints dis
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
BEEF, PORK and CORNED BEEF,
487 Halght SL, 25 Sixth St.
I treated my horse), which had a bad
bono spavin, with "Bava-tue-Horae,"
and It entirely removed the blemish.
I never saw anything to equal It- Mr.
Chns. Welby and several horsemen,
who are friends of mine, tell me they
had equally as good results as myaolf.
JOHN N. NOWIMN.
dersngriiinit.but it Ui ininrM iimi to ri
hallh mid utmiifitli 1l) buoyancy of
AH CHIN FOUND GUILTY
There was practically no defeme In
the caso yestorday of Ah Chin, who
was churned with burglary In tho llrt
ilcgrro. Ha was i might In the act of
choking tho proprietor of tho store
which ho hud been tohbliig but pre
tended that ho hud been In a Iranio all
llin tlmo ami that ho onl wukn wlin
In Iho polho stulion 'I lie Jury wag
only out (or u (aw minute, brlnglpg
hi u verdict of Kullly cs ilmrgnd
Costs from $5 to $25 for repeated firing, hoiae must ba laid up for sev
eral months; not 5 per cent of the ojisea are cured. Blistering Is leaa ef
fective. Mercurial preparations produce Irreparable Injury,
SAVE-TinC-HORHE" eliminates all tbnso (actors. Cures without s,ir,
blomlsh nr loss of hair.
Positively and permanently cures Spavin, Ringbone, Thoroughpln,
Curb, Splint, Cappsd Hock, Wind Puff, broken dow, bowed or strained
tendon or any taso of lameness. Horse can be works! as usual and with
boots, as no harm will result from scalding of limb or destruction of hair.
tC f( per bottle, with a written gunranteo, as binding to protect you aa
4.JUUtnc best legal talent could make It.
TROY CHEMICAL (lo., Blnghamton N. Y. VTX
3E SUPPLIED BYHOLLI8TER DRUO CO.. HONOLULU Hawaii.
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Mwuixi" Irlt ailll liHKUl IlkSOHIUHH lit lllllllil
., Vm i ! ?,!f,"1?i,,"A1,l!'lIM mnls for il NIHln tu
ii. p .lavM h ii rittiriml. sii.l 1 dn not ku
fi'rani l"Hri ll'."l ,l"'!fl,1,.!,ialill'll.!
IHtll.llir I 1 M1 , . iimiinill V VI
uimivIiI III ihU rill I Hit Ml Mint Hi'
fl'Wl lM!b WftM. NhlittUtlu, M'h
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and QIN
or.n ALE the purest goods manu
factured in town,
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
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