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RVRNIKO TUJM.F.TIN, HONOLULU T. H.. WF.DNT.3nAY. JAN. 23, 1907
Now You INeed
A Lawn Mower
Lawns have grown rapidly after the copious rains. They need
trimming. We have the famous Pennsylvania Lawn Mower and
cheaper makes. One advantage of buying a lawn mower from us Is
that we have all the extra parts to replace any that may become
brtfken. We also carry grass catchers, shears for trimming edues,
hedue shears, y.irdrn trowels and weederis, etc.
E. 0. HALL &
COR. FORT AND
WUllli t -to--, 'tun to .1!
I..;.:-. Utv.o:alic.::.a:.tl l.i:it-
tiij;, .Se at tliv lij l" list' ht-r-ji.
If ycr.i Ime in mitnl t'.ie i"tKi'"i:i ; 'Air
of isnv room iti the l.iw. f.": it o-ir w.ui us-oi:r
cxtx:iicuju is valuable.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR
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Try Our Home-Smoked
Hams and Bacon
C Q. Yee Hop & Co.i
Tel. Main 251
at Halelwa will do you a lot of good
If you feel run down and want to
build up. We have everything for your
comfort and enjoyment. If the weath.
cr I? not clear you havo comfortable
verandas for resting and cozy parlors
II It Is your preference to remain In
dcors. The billiard room Is also con
St. Clair Bidgood.
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke sold In
this market. Try it.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Benny & Company,
SEWING MACHINES and BUYERS
1?.66 and 1268 FORT ST.
PHONE MAIN 488.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIQH CLA8S DENTI8TRY.
Office hours Week days, till S p.m. J
Sundays by appointment.
F, L. FEROU80N, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
' Phone MAIN H7
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457. j
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1340 FORT STREET. I
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealin In Lumber 2nd Ccr-i
ALLEN A "OBIN80N,
QUEEN ST., :t ' li HONOLULU,
ggf Fine Job Printing at the Bul
AND OTJiKIl PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
ISfi IIOTKI, STItCKT.
l'liomi Main 218.
PON'T TAKE COLT)
leave It for the man who
has not provided himself
with a bottle of Anti
Grip tablets. These are
made from a prescription
of a Honolulu physician
and it is In no sense a
These tablets are the
only positive cure for the
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Fine, Fresh Family
Tel. Main 109
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
Complains To Hnlloway.
' Who Passes Buck
V M Swnnzy has written on Iiii1Ik
limit letter tci the Superintendent of
Publlo Works, complaining Hint the
Mnklkl ditch Is rendering .Mm, .IihIiI'h
Ininl on Kin); street worthless, ns fol
Honolulu, 21st January, 1907.
C. H. llolloway, i:i., Superintendent
of public WurkH.
Sir' I have on seorul prcvlnuct oc
('anions ilrnwn I he ntlcntlon of your
Department to I ho dost met Ion of prop
city ami serloui nuisance caused liy
tlio empt)liiK of tin) Mnklkl dltcli onto
tho hi nil of Mm II. C. Judd on tlio east
hMo of tliu Wnlklkl rouil closo to KliiK
street. I now dcxlro oncu again to pro
test against tlio turning of this ditch
onto this land and respectfully request
Hint you ko onto tlio land In question
mill see for ou mo If tlio damage ilonu
liy lint locent Hood, it npiH-niH to mo
to In' mi outrnKii that HiIh coinlilnatlon
of river mill public newer should bo ill
lowed to (lelioiicli onto private land,
mid I urge that Immediate step bo ta
ken to dhcrt Its course Into the sea.
Tliu tloodn of tlio past few week
have rendered tills land absolutely
mirthless. Kyen us, grazing. It would
not now support a goat.
Apart from the fact of this worth'
lessness, thole is tliu serious consider
ation of the 'menace to health which
llils Hooding, long standing of stagnant
v. nter, mid llnal soaking In or ovupor-
ntlon create, At times the stench from
Die saturated land mid standing water
Is unbearable to those residing In the
Immediate vicinity a condition of nf
falts to which I have drawn the at
tention of the 1'iesldeut of the Hoard
of Health, who Informs me Hint lie Is
powerless to elToct any remedy.
The recent Hoods roveied the entire
land, not only the lower parts, but that
part on which the cottage stands and
which Is a little higher than the re
mainder of Hie lot, so that access io
Hie cottage was reltdeted Imposslhlu
oxeept by wmlltig.
The water, which was spicnd nil
over the lot (hi loosening the soil
around tliu roots of trees thut they al
most nil fell, at suernl points breaking
the fences), lias now to n laigo extent
been absorbed or evaH)rated, but there
Is at this time n legular pond of stand
lug water for which thero Is no outlet.
Taking Into consideration not only
what Is due to the owner of tills prop
erty and tliu Injustice of emptying a
public stream onto private laud, but
ilso consideration of public health,' i
feel sure you will agree that Immedi
ate steps should be taken by tliu Pub
lie Works Department to abate the
niilsaucu, since it is not possible to
undo tlio harm already done, or pro
lent more being douu until the stream
I suggest, then, thut your Depart
ment Immediately re-open tlio ditch
through this property (which tlio
stones, sand and rubbish recently ear
ned onto this land liuvo filled up), cur
lylng such dltcli on through tlio ad
joining propel ty to a point where the
water can bu let ko without doing any
harm. A few men with tlio necessary
plows and scrapers can do this In u
very short time, and I respectfully usl:
that there bu no delay In having )t at
Yours faithfully, ,
V, II. SWANZY,
llolloway passes tliu mutter up to
tlio Hoard of Supervisors in tliu follow
ing letter, which explains the situa
tion: Honolulu, T. M-. Jan. 22, 1S07.
Ml. D. Kalauokulanl, Jr., Clerk, County
of Onliu, Honolulu.
Sir: I am enclosing herewith u copy
of letter received from Mr. F. M. Swan
zy, relative to tlio emptying of tliu wa
ters from the Maklkl dltcli onto tlio
Itoperty of Mrs. 12. C, Judd, corner of
Kalukauu avenue and King street.
As the maintenance of this ditch Is
under tlio jurisdiction of the County
rlupervlsnrs, I havu advised Mr. Swan
zy thut thu mutter hus been luforred
. C. S. IIOLI.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
The mutter will ue taken up ut the
meeting of thu Supervisors next week,
Slxtj years ago there were 100,000
children ut school In Iudlu. Now thero
are over 4,000,000.
CALE OF LEA8E OF GOVERNMENJ
LOT NO. 20, ESPLANADE, HO
On Saturday, February the 23rd,
1U07, at 12 o'clock noon at tlio front
entrance of the Capitol (Kxcciittvo
IliiltdliiK), will be sold at Public Auc
tion thu lease of Lot No, 20, Esplanade,
Honolulu, Islund and County of Onliu,
Term, 5 yeurs from thu 28th day of
Upset rental, $480.00 per annum, pay
able semi-annually In advance,
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Worlts.
OfllKo of Supoilnteiident of Public
Wmks, Honolulu, .limitary 22, 1007.
3507 Jan. 23; l'ub, 2, 0, 10, 23.
A cough Is a danger signal. Von
should heed Its warning promptly.
liegln at once, and take regular
All serious lung troubles
begin with u common
cold. A cold in tlio
throat easily pastes to
tlio bronchial tubes.
you bate bron
chitis, leading pos
sibly to pneu
monia or con
your cold before It goes down Into
tbecjieit. Wbeu ou bring a bottle
of Avar's Cherry Pectoral Into tbo
boujo you bring with it relief, good
cheer, liopo, and sunshine. It is a
standard and unrivaled remedy for
colds and coughs.
Thero are many substitutes and Imi
tations, lleware of them and of so
called "Oouulno Oberry Pectoral.'!
lie sure you get AYKIt'S Cherry
Put up In large and small bottles.
Pfttani ty Dr. i. C. A j 1 C , Uwill. tUu ,l. S. A.
Thnt the VoKohauin Specie Dunk Is
In earnest In ItB desire to erect a build
ing Is evidenced by the fact that, ul
thought it has nut secured a site, It has
already hud full plans und specifica
tions for the structure prepaied. These
were. It is understood, completed ciult.i
a while ugo, und were approved, so that
as soon us a situ Is twui'ed the Specie
Hank will be pructlrull) leady to build,
havliiK only to wait for the ciiIIIuk of
Report has It thut the Speelo Hani!
is very desirous of piircliusliiK the slto
en the corner ol Merchant und I'oit
Mreets, where the I'ncllic Hardware
hulldliiR now stands This would icr
l.ilnly be an Ideal place for biislness,
opiioslle the llutilv of Hawaii, und right
In the heart of the ilty. This hind H
the jiropert) of the Ciimpbelt Kstute.
und tliu I'atlllc llurdwuie Co. holds it
Iruso on ii. uhlih bus two eurs to run.
As this comeru has, however, retired
from business, (hi'ie Is no reusou wh)
the lenialuder of the leuhu should not
be easily purchased. Oil the other
hand, J. O. Curtcr, who Is In charge of
the Campbell i:(ute, says that he
knows nothing of the Specie Hal. I,
wanting the site In iiiesHon,
A young natjve woman' wns Injured
jestciday by the falling or an lio-i
root of u (offeu shop, coiner of I wllel
and Washhouse roads. Her husband,
who win eiitci Inn the shop with her,
lecelved a blow oil Hie Ik ail but not o!
a serious nature. Tlio woman was re
moved to the Queen's hospital. It Is
thoimht she sustained Internal Ill
Juries, Alex. .Nicholas mid Chailie Clark ate
?ald to be candidates for ScrKcaut-nl-Alius
of the House.
NEW - TO-DAY
SliootliiK over the lloiiolua Itancli
lauds without the jieimlssluii of Hie
undersigned Iti strictly forbidden.
. . It. C. skaum:.
lloiiolua, Maul, 21st January, 1007.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO.,
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS. liy Older of tlio Hoard of Directors,
notice Is hereby Khen that thu rcKulur
annual meetlliK of the Stockholders of
the Honolulu Soap Works Co., Ltd.,
will be held ut tlio olllco of Cecil
Brown, on .Merchant stieet In Hono
lulu, Oaliu County),,!'. II., on Thursday?
thu 31st duy of January, 19(17, at 2 p.
m., for, tlio purposes, of ulectliiK olll-
ccrs who are ex-olllclo Dlicctors an U
also to olect a Dliectnr, and for the
transaction of such other und further
business as may bu brought befoiu the
Honolulu, January 23rd, 1007.
M. 1'. UOUIN80N,
35U7-1W Seer, and Treasuier
500 popular cloth-bound novels will
be cold at half prices, All recent
books. Regular prices $1,50 each.
Sale begins Monday, Jan, 21, and
continues only a few days.
Hawaiian News Go,
YOUNG BLDG. &. MERCHANT 8T.
j- vi 7 A and
1 oin Cw
In short and long sleeves, maiic of nice quality LAWNQ, UATISTE8,
..RANGING IN PRICE FROM $1.50 UP
A new assortment of Ladles' and Misses' come In high and low neck
Ladies' Home Journal Patterns
Fop January Now In.
Serial Story No. 3
The linen you wear next to your
body absorbs the discharge of the
pores of your skin. On the other hand
your body Is exposed to all the dangers
of germs that may be brought home
from the laundry in your linen. A
laundry should be kept scrupulously
clean and managed by persons with
Intelligence enough to know the neces
sity of sanitation. One of the evi
dences of cleanliness is public expos
ure. With this end In view we have
located a laundry In the heart of the
city, on the ground floor, wnere all the
Washing and Ironing Is exposed to pub
lic view from the street at all times.
Visitors are welcome at all times
and our wash-room Is as public as our
Hardnan Steam LaunJry
PHONE MAIN 484.
J. H. HERT8CHE....Qenral Manager
LUKE ROQER8 Is back again from
Maul, clipping horses at the old stand, ' ,
corner Punchbowl and King Streets. '
ssW. . sK. ss& " sW 0
I 1 YOUNG
If you want the best you must come to ALAKEA STREET.
We are now showing our ADVANCE
Styles for Spring 1907
AND INVITE YOUR INSPECTION.
Our cutting Is faultiest. We employ only skilled white labor.
FOR ONE WEEK WE HAVE CUT THE PRICE OF OUR
$30.00 AND $35.00 8UITS TO
Come and see our window display.
L. B. KERR &
A PRETTY ARRAY OF NEW I
AT SPECIAL PRICES.
They came fresh on the
Alameda. The stock Is
big but the low prices will
sell It quickly.
Bonbons and Chocolates
Chocolate Assorted Nuts
Ice Cream Drops
Vanilla Sweet Chocolate
22 TELEPHONES 22
ued (or over SIXTY
YlSAKtt dt MibLiuNH ot wt.tners
JNO. with psrfect . IT
faOOTUKS the CII1LT). SOFTENS
the GUMS, AhLAS all .pain,
CURES WIND COLIC and U the
by DruffffUta la every part of the
world, lie sure and ailc for Mrs.
Wlnslow' flootbtngv Syrnpand take
no other kiad. 25 Ctats a Bottle.
HONOLUL UUNDERTAKINQ CO.,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAGER
PHONE BLUE 1871.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORK8.
Weekly Bulletin St per v-
ON SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1907,
AT Vi O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom, 1C,7 Knahiimaiiii HL,
I will sell ut public unction
A VALUABLE TRACT OF
situated at I'UUNUI, nt tlio head of
I.II.IHA and WYIXIC STHEBTS, aud
loutalnttiK an area of 177,200 sqimru
feet, moro or Icbs.
Tliu property Iiiib u fronlafiu of 2U0
feet on the toad mill u depth of from
(12 feet to tilin reel
Further particulars ut my otllcu.
8ATURDAY, JANUARY 26,
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
,t my salesroom, 857 Knaliiimanu Ht.,
K. M. NAKUINA KT AI.. TO SAKAH
1. About 22 "'J-100 ncres (less knlo
tiias) in Kaleawa, Kallhl, Honolulu.
Lulled Inalpuhl, beliiK Apatia 2 or
lloyal l'nteut No. 4545 on Land Com
mission Award S18 to heirs ot O.
2. About 5 93-100 acres in said Ka
llhl, rompilslui; tlio land called I'a
pau. beliiK Apulia I of said Itoynl I'.'t
ait No. 4545;
3. About 83-100 of mi ncio on tin
routheast side of l.lllha street, Honn
liilu, eoverliiB.four house lots with
iwo houses, beliiR u part of the preiil
Ires eoUTod by Land Commission
Award R32I, Io Kaalawnawa; unit
4. The old Ileekley lot und iirem
lies neur Alakea stieel, lii'tlio rear of
Central House, and colored by Itoyul
UNDER THE AUSPICE8 OF THE
Scottish Thistle Club
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
Jin. 25, 1907
TICKETS $1.00 Jy
To be had from any of the members,
also at Wall, Nichols Co.
WE WOULD A8K YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINE8T
EVER 8HOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foit and Kins; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J3
EXPERT MANICURING for ladles'
and gentlemen. 8ealp treatment
and facial massage, at
MRS. DORI8 E. PARI6' PARLORS,
1156 FORT ST. opposite CONVENT.
BsjB-"For Rent" cards on sal at
the Bulletin office.
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