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VENTNO BIJLMBTTN. HOWOLOLO. T, H.. TUESDAY. NOV. 20. 1606.
Closing Out Sale
Shirt Waists and
Prices almost cut in two
It Is not a matter of what they eostor what they are worth; room li what
we want; our new stock Is crowding Inon every Steamer, and If prices ar.d
quality are (actors In the selling ofthls lot of Good, they certainly will
not last long. ,
Some of the Shirt Waists are In allsltes; In others, the sixes are broken.
White Shirt Waists
$1.25 WAIST 75
$1.75 . " 91.10
$2.50 " 91.25
$2.75 " 91.50
$3.50 " 92.00
$6.50 " 91.00
Colored Shirt Waists
$1.00 WAIST 50t
$1.50 " 1)06
$2.00 " 91.00
A large assortme nt, made of Bordeaux v
Linen, Madras, Poplin and Pure Linen.
$1.25 SKIRT 75C
$i.5o " . 91.00
2.oo " '. 91.35
$2.25 ' " (i. ..91.45
$225 " I t.... 91.05
$3.50 " 92.05
N. S. Sachs Drv Goods Co., Ltd.
Is near at hand. We will have a gen
erous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT GO.
TELEPHONR MAIN 76.
It will keep Indefinitely and Is Invaluable for household use.
Made from the best selected milk, sterilized, and sweetned with
only pure cane sugar.
jf I . SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
Theo. H. Davles & Co., Ltd.,
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Hlb CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIQA TION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C Axtell &CO, 1048-1058 Alakea
The Bulletin, 75cts per month
FORT ST. 0?P. LOVE BLDQ.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now we can
jjivc you the very
County Departments; j
Must All Be Reduced
COX WANTS RETRENCHMENT IN POLICE j
llctrcnchmcnt wns the watchword thing. Two mounted police omcor
nt tlio meeting of tlio Hoard of Super- never were sent on lieati There nerd I
visors jast night, nnd preparations tlx Chinese officers. One wns enough 1
wero m'ndo to Blash right nnd left nnrt Tlio nmlstnnt clerk In the deputy shor- '
to spare no dcpnitmcnt. Moore had Iff could ho dispense with. 'So roul.! '
discovered that the Hoard would have
about $18,000 lo upend mora Ihnn It
had figured on, but It wns decided to
tpend this on keeping tho road work
Cox of the Police Committee had n
whole tot of Ideas ns to how tho police'
could bo cut, but wanted further tlruo
In which to prcpnro n full report. Arch-I
cr, like tho User who has tasted tilood
crlul for reduction In nil tho depart-
incuts, nnd It was decided to call nil
the department heads beforo the Hoard
nt Its next meeting to show where re-'
(Miction could he made. ' .
Moore said tho Trcnsurcr hnd In-,
formed him that InsUad of $1S0,000, ns
had been figured before, tho County
would bnvo $202,000 for tho rest of 1U
term. This would give It $16,400 more
than It had previously figured, beside?
special rond tax amounting to' $1177'
In other words, said Moore, from $10,
000 to $18,000 could bo expended fur
toad work until tho new Hoard came
In, lie recommended that
money be'spent in December..
question wns whether tho Hoard' would
put the band at work, ns soon ns It
came back. In thnt caso $1550 would
havo to bo deducted from thnt amount.
If tho rond money In sight wero divid
ed nmong tho vnrlous districts, how
ever, the figures would bo very small.
Cox said ns fnr ns Walalua was con
cerned It would bo better to work In
November nnd lay off In December.
Mooro said tho money could ha divid
ed pro rata among the districts. Then
Iheso could spend It In November or
December us they pleased.
Archer wanted money during both
months for i:vn.
Smith lead the County Engineer's
icport to Ilia effect Hint $1150, was need
ed for road work In KooI.tii, but of this
part bad already been paid.
Dwlght xuld tho Honolulu muled
wero eating their heads off. Ho be
grudged tlio poor boasts their vacation
und wanted them put to work.
I.ucas thought tho same, and Smith
wanted to give tho laborers something
to do this month. Ho said tho country
bo given what they
$2000. and Honolulu
would havo $1000 for tho rest of this
month. Tho estimates then read as
follows and wero adopted:
WMInnac, $100; Kwn, $750; Walalua
$500; Koolauloa No. 1, $100; Koulnulou
No. 2, $300; Koolutlpoko, $200. Total
Honolulu district, $1000.
Sheriff Hrowi said that tho Police
Committee had asked him to mako sug
gestions relative to retrenchment In
the department. So Raid the pay of tho
police officers was small enough, ami
It would ho better to reduco tho foico
than to reduco tho pay. Porno tlmo ago
two men hnd been added to each watch
If necessary thoio could be let out. Thlt
would save $120. Tho country police
might also bo reduced by ono man In
each country district. This would
bring the reduction to $720. Thn othci
ex'penscs, such ns costs of coroner's in
quests, niulntalncnro of prUoncrs, clc.
could hardly bo reduced. The police
hid of Into had to pay for several bur
lata and postmortems.
I.ucas asked If any mounted police
could ho disposed of,
Hrown answered that thin brunch
was ono of tho most efficient in tho dc
partment. Them were only twclvo 01
them. They wero especially useful 111
times of trouhlo on plantations.
Cox said that one court officer could
bo cut out. Thero wero two now. There
wero many specials who did not do a
of people, who want to sell Homes,
1. Who WONT pell, uiiless they DOU
HI.K THKIlt MON1SY;
2. Who HAVK to sell at HAW COST.
Hero aro a few Bargains for you of
No. 2 hind I hnvo to offer:
$ 5501 hedr. rQ x 150 Kapahulu
$ 800-2 bedr. 75 x 1f0 Pitunul
$13003 hedr. 75 x 1!J0 I'uimul
$13003 hedr. 50 x 130 Kukui St. Kxt.
$13003 bedr. SO x 100 Oullclt Avo.
$27504 bedr. CO x 90 Klnau fit..
$30004 bodr. 4 acres I'alolo
$35007 IxMlr. 170 x 200 Kamohanicha
$450011 hedr. 75 x ISO Young Bt.
1 4 Houses on South Corner of Port nnd
1 tichool fit. as a whnlo or In lots.
$201 hedr. Young HI.
$201 bedr, Mullock Avo,
P. E. R, Strauch
WAiTy ouno, 71 6, kino oToeer,
t ho services of one nf the two haik n
spectors. On the other hand Cox din
not want the country pollrc forio re
duccd; though their pay might he re
Drown said that there was n tendency
to look on tho specials ns being tiol
worth their salt. However, tho spcclalt
worked tin nil tho cases against Illicit
liquor sellers, opium sollcri. etc. The 1
were largely responsible for tho nrrcsts ,
which nppenred on tho cnlendnr. Tin
uniformed omceni made nrrests tu
drunks, brenkers of the pence, etc. Tin
specials could bo rut out. but thai I
would seriously cripple tho department I
while the Grand Jury nnd Circuit (.'our
were In session two officer were re
quired nt tho court houie. This nc j
counted for their being two court old '
ccrs. If the bailiffs could do this work
so much tho better, but tlio Judges dla
not seem disposed to lime this done.
Cox said ho did not see why the Shcr-
I'.f'a clerk should get $t.r.O a month
while tho Coilnty Clerk got $I2.". He
nsked tor further lime In which to pre
pare a moro specific report. This wnl
Archer had a new and brilliant
scheme. Ho wanted the heads of the
flro department, electric light depart
ment In fact all the departments nt
tho County, to come beforo the Hoaro
to suggest where reductions could b(
made. All tho departments should be
reduced. "Cut n little hero nnd n little
there," wns the burden of his song
which wns long, nnd not very clear In
tho logic which ho offered to support
tils proposition. Luckily Lucas Inter
jected some common nonce onco In n
while, though each tlmu tho C'linl.
Jumped on him.
Smith wild that before thn Kirn De
partment was cut the lloird of Under
writers should bo consulted.
I.ucas said that a man "of Archer's
Intelligence" should know better than
to wunl to reduce the pay of tho tire
men, who wero on duly 21 hours out
Archer stubbornly Insisted with hit
motion to havo tho department hcadi
como beforo tho Hoard at Its next
meeting, to ndvlso It as to what reduce
tlons could bo made. It carried, though
Lucas voted No.
Archer had another brilliant Idea
Ho found that there were two kcepcra
at Anla Park. He raid n luna and one
prisoner could take caro of that park
Mooro shied at tho idea of having ono
luna for only ono prisoner.
Kalauoknlanl said that tbeVlectlon
balolts were crowding his safe. He
wanted to buy n new one. Tho mallei
was referred to the Committee on Vay
Tho Mclntyro Hulldlng Co. offered
tho Hoard n renewal of Its Icaso of lit
rooms, ns the old ono expired on Janu
niy 1, 1907. Tho matter was temporur
Tho following accounts of election
expenses wero filed jcslcrday with
Chief Clerk Iluckland at tho Govern-1
J. II, Coney, candidate for tho House
Nomination fco $ 25 no
Traveling expenses 15 00
Total $ CO 00
C. A. Hire, candidate for thn llouso
Nomination feo $ 25 00
Traveling expenses 15 00
Total $ 40 00
J Nakalcka, candidate for the llouso
I'vrsonul expenses $ li 00
Total $ r, no
J, N. Kcouli, candidate for the llouso
Personal expenses $ 25 00
Two niesscngerH 2 00
One cleric 1 00
Ono watcher 1 00
Total 20 00
N. Kohala, candidate for the Hcnato
Nomination fee $ 25 00
Traveling expenses 8 70
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M. K. Kealawnn. cnndldalo for tho'
lloiihc from Hawaii:
Nomination fco $25 00
Travellnc nxiirnses nil HO
Personal rxtiensea . .. 2
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Ths BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN-
DEX, published In lh Saturday Bull -
(In nd th Wltkly Edition, olvtl
eonclic ana comDliie rsiuq of all It -
gi nolle, call far tsndtrt, judg -
lAintii buiiumg tsrmiu ana rll
lit rTrtcl8ni. Evening Bullilln., """"" ,no "
IfJf ptr monlh, WmHIv Bulltlln. I lrtniunr
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Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Backache, Nervoue er
Sick Headache, Poor AppeMte, Cos-
tlveneis or Ceneral Weakness
needs tlio nittcrs to mako her well
again. It has cured thousands in
the past 50 years. In cues of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov, 17, 1006,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Namakalelo and hsb to Albert
F I, Dortch by mtgco to Dlxlo V
Dixie K Owen nnd hsb to II Wnler-
house Tr Co Ltd M
Kst of M. I. Gordon by exor lo Mrs
' Rosa Andro I
Manuel Hnrros nnd wf to Christina
Kolcka Kannaana In Kalmlnaauao
(w) ,., D
Joso F Phillip to Yock Man I.
W n Klkoopaoa and wf to Aklona..D
Vlctorlno Ventura and wf to Y Yn
mamotn , '. .D
Simeon Paahao to Choy Yung I.
Eulnlla D Fitzgerald ct nl to County
of Hawaii D
Entered for Record Nov, 10, 1006,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
It Watcrhouso Tr Co Ltd to Kato
Kato Cornwell to II Watcrhouso Tr
Co Ltd M
i: Colt Hobron to W J England.... Itcl
Recorded Nov. 14, 1906.
Downed Co Mil to Hau Keo ct al,
llel; 400 Ions of salt and 700-100 Int
In S5 tons nf salt in warehouse, ma
chlncry, tools, etc. Pmiloa, Ewa, Oahu:
70-100 Int In 35 tons of salt In ware
houao, Honolulu; $S25. B 285, p 424.
Dated Nov. 133, 1900.
Arlana K Austin rt al to Honolulu
Plantation Co; I.; por U V 6971, Kill
11210, Ap 9, Walmalu, t?wa, Oahu; 33
yrs nt $1100 per milium. II 2S8. p 21.
Dated Sept 21, 190fi.
A t!wls Jr nnd wf to Stephen An
drews; D; Int In lot 14, hlk 7, Kaplolam
Tract. Honolulu, Oahu; 2r0. It 280, P
202. Ript. 17. 1900.
II 11 Kuwnauliaii and wf hy mtgee to
Hnttlc Kalmlola; D; lots C and 7, l'n
lama Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $100. II
280, p 203. Datod Mar 25, I905.
II Hart Kawaauhau and wf hy afft ot
mtgen to IliittlL Kalmlola; l'orc Aflhlt;
lots 6 and 7 of Ap 2. Kill 1231. I'alama
Tract, Honolulu. II 28ii, p 200, Dated
Nov 8, 100;.
Walalua Agrrtl Co Ltd to Kahana-
walo (w) et al; ltd; Aps 1 and 2 of
Or CGI. I'aukaiilla, Wnlalua, Oahu;
$300. II 285, p 425. Dated Nov 114,
Keopuhlwa (k) to M I'ocpoo; PA;
special powers. I) 234, p 101. Dated
May 27, 1887.
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The ladles who have uted Ncwbro's
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terms, for Its quick effect In cleansing
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mr l0 a 0iu. und later baldness,
In killing It, Herplcido stops falling
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gists. Bond 10c. In stumps for sample
I in Thn llrrnli'Iito l!n. lift toll. Mlrb
Hnlllstcr Drug Co.. special umuils.
riist iiruiumer "I was looklii for
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The Modern Light
The ancients used the rush light. Since then many ether meth
od of lighting have been used until the electric light was Invent
ed. The advent of the electric light has relegated all other light
to the background. It Is the efficient, safe, odorless lllumlnant that
should be In every home.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ld.
Tel. Main 390
Wo are now exhibiting for the Christmas trade, one of tho
most extensive and attractive stock of TOYS, DOLLS and NOVEL
TIES ever displayed In the Islands.
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, so that, true to this store's
policy, they could b sold for less than others ask
Wiien wc iBiaon aniline price iiotlitns
las subatractcd from quality.
I a good as the next man's and there Is no real
reason why you should not get Its worth. A suit selected from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Just arrived, Is a guarantee that
you get "Your Money' Worth," We make them ip to your
measure at ready-to-wear priori.
Our Suit for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALED
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin,
PHONE 485 MAIN. HOTEL 8TRCET.
PAC1HC TRANSFER CO,
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