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Our Line of New
Arc Simyly Irresistable
Steel embroidered, three-bar sandals.
Jc( embroidered, three-bar sandalo.
Nile Green, Lavcndar, Pink and
Blue Canvas, and dressing) to match.
White Satin, Canvas and Kid,
$2.50, $3, $4.50, $5, $6, $7
1(1 ffljLSI NT
County Has No Money
But Wages Are
FRED WEED TO LOSE
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HONOLULU, Feb. 6. 1907
Mclnemy Shoe Store m
We are in receipt of some, excellent poultry from the mainland, se
lected by our own buyer and guaranteed to be superior to any In
the city. Our cold storage ccmpartmenls aro free from the unpleas
ant ellecls usually found In s ncli places and the results are more
Metropolitan Meat Co.
For Ladies Only
2 AFTERNOONS A" WEEK 2
2 to 5.
SWIMMING, BOWLING AND TURKISH BATHS.
NAME OF STOCK
r nrcrtcr to Co ..........
Sim AH ,
Kw t'Utiimlon C 1 ....
lUttnlUn Antd t
Haw Oni ft HjrL ..
Hawaiian Sugar tn
llottoinii Sugar C
Hninliaa Sugar Cn . .
Haiku Hittrar Co
kuttitkti Plantation C
Kllirl mutation Col Jd
Mpjihiiiu Sugar Lo
Koto SitRsr Co
Mclir)tlc Sugar Co
cilni Sugar Co
Omimri llcar C'ii
IhtkuU Sufta r 11 Jut Co
i linn Mtgnr wo I .in
rajhau Sugar I'Uiil Co
ran nc Nigar .mhi
I'aU Plantation Co .
Prprckro Sugar Oi...
Nnnrrr Mill Co
Waialiia AgtlcCn... ,
Wailukii Sugar Co . .
Wrtlmrn Sugar .Mill Co
Eli Crawford Will Be Both Deputy
Court Clerk and Hawaiian
Mar. 1 llutfr-Ma.nl Strain NO
- . ; Hawaiian r:irctrkct
Tim net Ion of the Hoard of 8iiwr-lVirtR?8fccnfi!il
vlmirM In iiannlni; u rcnolutlnii that Mmal THiMijie Co
the nny of the Inborcm on tho CNmnty ' iuM?..1!. ....
riiailH Im nnl at 11. fid. which wiim ilnnn Nahlku HuluVrCo.
KlVCIl hi Claim RV I. Co
Chairman Huatncc that there wan iMnlSnjM(';,V;
hiMiuif to l.iif uiif.li u'nirna if Hi viia ' lUlNIJS
.i .. f i.i MwTrr4ir-reCI1
till' iiKini initi vaiiiifi ivavimi hi, imu ' llltt I rr 4 ( r. .
meeting held Inst night. The rcso- J;; jjfj ;j;;
lutkin, while fathered by Kenlohii and ' Man Trr i ''
Cox. win snpportod most stroiiRlj' by l c) llr;, s '&Kt cA
i' rmik 1 iirvey, who declared Hint nil'.. ,, 'S ;. -i '
three Hurtles had lirnmlsed this In , iikwrimi.t SmrCmn
their platform mid that It must bo, llX'lfoo'V'tVc
done nl mm1. When lluxtnec reni-i Jj J ! ' 'nir
onstrnted Hint there wim no money Im.i,,, . i.Com.c1
lit prpKont lo pny sueli wnRen with, "."sJ'.Voi'.'t". . .
inirvey replied inni tiiu ciiairiuuii i i-at I'uni.iinn . .
Imd In n Hpecch .lurliiK tho campnlRii I waWm AsticC.. j,.c
mlil Hint no would rivo the men , """)" '
from JJ.f.O to $1 per day If elected.
Another matter of Rrent Intercut
wim the wny In which Frril, Weed
wim given Khort Hhrlft nil Hawaiian
ill i .
I I I
Bali's Iletween Hoard : " I,-I. S.
N. Co., J123; 10U Oaliu Sub. Co..
?.T K7IA Rosillntl. Ill IMimnnr 191
Interpreter nnd KM Crawford np-!J00 Kwi ,25. 10 aw c. & 8,;b c6;
pointed In IiIm place, tills bclliB done 'js.'i.SUj 2U Haw. Sim. Co., I32.5U.
without a protest of any Kind from
the Dcmncrntlc memherK ..f the latest sugar quotations, 3.42 cents
Hoard, who did not seem to under-1.. $Q8 40 ner ton
rtiinil what was giilng on. Weed'n i I
nanio was never lucntloncd iluiliiRl . ..., - "" . . .
"- '''. i LONDON BEETS, 8s 8 l4d
1 iiu iiiiiiiui nun uiiMiKlll lip
throiiRh a rei'oiumemlntloii from the
Deputy County Attorney that Kll
Crawford be appointed deputy cleric
of the Dlstrlet Court nnd llawa
Interpreter. It was explained tli
Crawford had been dlKchnrKeil byi
lauliea hceaiiMi the latter did not
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
;;;; Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
think he should boon the Pollen He. Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
pnrtmetit pay roll and also that Hioi Exchanrje.
Hawaiian Interpreter should bo ap-l Will MM WILLIAMSON Mjiusit.
pointed by the. County Attorney. I FORT AND MERCHANT STB.
OlMin staled that It was absolutely TEL. PRIVATE" EXCHANGE 4.
That's the number to iluy up, If you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purest good, manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
"Have another drink?"
" Yes, of Primo."
Hawaiian iron Fence and Monument Works
neeess.iry that he should hnvrt Homo! I,, Tntum. rlty eleetrlrlnn of Manila.
nun to take down the evidence for his
olllee. as Clerk Alit was a represent!!'
tlvo of the Circuit Court ami had
nnthltiK to do with the. County. I In
miKRested that by ninkliiK Hie two
positions one, a savlliK would he ef
fected. As tho position of Hawaiian
Inierpieter has already been llllecl by
r'reil. Weed, appointed by tho Sheriff,
this means that his survlees will be
dispensed with at tho end of thn
month. Crawford will rceelvn $7ii
HiIh month and the pny will probab
ly be fixed nt SUM) theroafler, A reb
el' nbjeetlnc; to inaklnK an estlmatu
so far ahead,
A protest wns reeelved from A. K.
In roRpiinsn to a leipiest from 811
pcrlutfiident llolloway, Sam .lolm
uin was ordered to loan elKbt mules
lo the National (iiiaiil for their en
campment on I'cb. "0,
All applleatliin for the position of
road overseer for the dlstrlet of Kisi
Inuloa wns received from Win. C.
Kane. No arllon was taken,
A letter wns received from A. S.
CIcKlinrn by A. (I. M. Hobcrtsnn, lili
attorney, complaining that thn
brlilKn on ICnl.ikauii iivcniio across
the Apuiikfhati strenui, Wnlldkl, wns
I too small to carry away the wnter In
t lino of a freshet. Whlln the ilam-
iiirn .Intl.. 1111 lo Ihls tlllln was snld til
Vlerrn. aKalnst thn action of thn ,, ,,,,, Mr t.(.KIOIM ,,,.,, ,lt ho nlllircrH
noaru ill ii'Iiisiiik m insiaii oieciric
ll..l.( 1.. Ci.lin lnt.n l.,....alltrt.(li.i
I l,H'l'n VI. II, II, IIIIM lllll Ullh'lll1"!
Iliad shown Hint the lane was private
NEXT TO VOUNC1 DLDG., I76IB0 KING STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack., haul and ship youi
guods and save you money.
Dcatcu in STOVK WOOD, COAL and K1NIJJ.11NGS.
StoiaRC In Bfkk WAtchuusc, 126 King .S. I'liunc MainSS
Nuuanu bctw, Motel and King Sts.
K, FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Fiirnlturo Mado To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
property and on this account the
IIkIHh were rnfiiHeil.
A communication was received
fiom .lolm KniiiKor, secretary of tho
Million Improvement Club, asking
that Hie roads In Mnuon valley bo
placed In a nnssublu condition. It
i was ordered placed on Me. A re
' uuest was received from K. II. Tur
.per. siiierlnteinluut of thu Hoys'
Club.-for tho loan of a'horsu roller
for use on the truck at tho Hoys'
I'leld. The reiunst was ordered
gran I ed.
A icport of ilaiuiiKw done by tho ro
tent storm wiib made by Road Super
visor Sam Johnson, stating that i
preat deal of ilnimiRo hnd been rnim
ed by the cnlliipse of the MnklUi
wiHiden Mume and rernmmcndlii
Hint It be replaced by n cumeut strue
tllli'. The cost of Ihls work would
be It'J.iilin. He lui Rtaleil that the
mrmey which had been appropriated
for thn current inontli would be x
haustud In about two weeks.
A rt'iiiusl for the ordlliuuees of
this eltj lefHillin,' to electrical eon
Ntructlun, etc., wua received fiom ti.
No task is too small nor
too large for a busy Bui-
lctin Want ail.
4,4. . j. !(!:',:
l'aiinnm lints elenned nt the (llnbe.
Indian nnd llnwn. Roods. llf.'J Kurt.
No fniiej prices nt the New Knislnnfl
A scnind baud cash replster Is
Absolutely choice crrs. Lowest po-t-llili
price nt C. J. Day & Cn.'s.
llrfoic meals, nfter nienls. during
menls, between meals, l'rltno llecr.
An experienced olllic man nnd book
keeper ile?lreJ n sltnntlon. See nd this
Mrs. (IcorKc H. Cnrter will receive
this afternoon from half-past three
Von are the loser If you'ro not Ink
Iiik iidvnntiiRe of tho big muslin under
wear sale nt Ilium's.
The Riinrds nt Osihu prison hnve snb
herlbed llflceii dollars townrd the re
lief of tho Chinese famine siiITcrers.
Theodore Roosevelt Camp No. t. I'
6. W. V. of the department of Hawaii,
meets this evenliiK In Waverley hall.
The Krench cruiser Cntlnat will not
leave until Thuisilay. They awnlt the
arrival of mall by the expected Nevud
an. W. C. Aelil has completed his dralt
of a municipal bill to provide lliino
lulu with all the luxuries of u main
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs fre from
nut nnd purines rnln water. Olvo It
n trlnl nnd be convinced. California
I'Ycd Co. .aRcnts.
Dr. McLennan lins returned nnd ro
Wined prnctlco nt Dr. Mcdrew cot
tnRe, comer Itlchards ami lierctnnla
itreets (Koynl llnwnllnli Hotel block)
l'lioue Main 2!!'.i.
The new Miiartcrsof the Seamen's In-
xtltiite on Alakcu ctreet. formerly the
SaPoiv' Home, will be formnlly ojiened
tiiiumr.in cviiiir. when a iiuieeit
under (lie dilectloii of It. llode will be
The name or (bo. I'. Kenton apeaia
in the "Vale Nuws" of leceiit dal,
MiioiiR thu twenty-seven freshmen in
Honor Section, Division No. 1 of the
Sheineld School ot Science, Yale Uni
versity. Aichlteet C. 11. Illjiley, well known
In this city, expects to Join Ills family
In Honolulu some time in February.
He will sail from Manila the latter pa it
of the present month, and expects to be
absent several months. Mnnlln Times,
Jan. . -
Attorney A. 0. Corral, who is now
located at Oakland, Cnl., will not re
turn to the Islands. He has written to
Mrs. Correa to park up his law books
and follow him. He will urnctlce law
there, where he has ulieudy secured
Low prices at the New KiiRland Link-cry.
l.-ist Monday a trial cremation was
made at the Niiiinuu cemetery crem-
ntnry. The Imdy or a sheep was used. ,
Incineration was perfect, the carcass
bclUR reduced to n handful or ashes In I
a short space or time. Oil Is the rue) !
employed ror the purisise.
The Custom House (inkers made
ipille a creditable, collection of plunder
csknla, In the shnjie or clgurs, tan.i,
(tc, from jKiMcniicrs of the transport
rhnmas. The bulilness exhlbiteil In cf-(
torts to itodsc the otllcers on watch win.
worthy of a better cante.
The crossing .of .t.wu wlies In the
Walklkl district early this moruliiR
caused fit e alarm 112 lo be sounded,
No such number being on the card,
tpilte a little excitement was eieated
until the mutter was Investigated and
explained over numberless telephones.
Tonight at the 'regular monthly mis
sionary concert of the Central I'nlou
church. Hev. U, W. Thwlng will speul;
upon the Chinese famine. Mr. Thwlng
Is In continual touch with missionaries
tu China, and hi can give an aiithor
Itntlve account of how things stand
In tin Interview with Udllor Shlo
tawa or the Hawaii Shlupo, he ex
pressed himself as not taking much t
Mock In the press dispatch from Vlt- j
Inrla which stated that the .lapaneso
uovernmeiit would allow four thousuii'l 1
month to leave Japan for ',
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful deiigns, In Cuckoos, Trumpet'
ers and small timepieces; all good timekeepers.
PRICES RANGE PROM
$1.50 up to $35
R. Counter, Jeweler, jil
1142 FORT ST,
SALE OF KOA FURNITURE
iY Iiiim ii frw pii'i'it nf KOA I'TKNTITJiK tlntt wc inc soitig
I TO CLOSI' I) T T JlliLOW "CO .ST.
j IIKKKSKIIS ?20.00 TL'
HKDSTKADS S?20.00 l
I WASIISTANDS . . ..' 910.00 VI'
IHAKUAINK L1KKTIIIS WILL MiVIiU liK Ol-'J'HKKU
COYNE FURNITURE CO,, LTD.
A fine lilunclucl Bourbon VlilUuy
OnllonM, Miilf-CliillonM unci Bottlun.
3 Bottles for $2.00
I ouiio 2. Pn I H FAMILY LIQUOR DEALERS,
LoWlb 06 UU-, LlUii 169 King St, Phone Main 240
Vou Fare Well
When you patronlz our establishment. The restaur
ant blllof-farc for every meal Is of a great variety. Each
article Is always fresh and moderately priced.
Try our delicious Ice cream and pastry.
You can find a large stock of home-made candies hero
and.wejiave Just recelvod .a late shipment of Gunther's
The Palm, IJ6 Hotel St.
i f 'BD. The Kacdies! ii
I w-r k i
III I sUd Qod Bless Them ! !
Hit Here's to the tourist who comes to ,
MBg. "TVs ol,r shore,
i jWKOs r-T Here's the volcano that brirtRS them i
i nWsfllClllHkkA. enlorc,
1 1 IKEHJ i9u Here's to the godilcss that starts up
i ! P2HHK iVN "Chcrchcz la femme" in all countries, 1 1
; WlfflDB (v you know
: k2 Rainier Beer !
! Vl W , P Viuoi and Strength iu Every Drdp.
j C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main J33t j
would hold the County responsible In Hawaii.
case any dnuuige should no none. , T, u.,,,,,,,,..,, U(lim, ,,r M,SSK ,,,,,
A complaint was received from a tegular monthly meeting yesterday
President I'inklinm of tho Hoard of .iftcrnoon, at which papers were rend
lleultli In relation to Allen bike, a b Miss Hcnson on "Knst Afrlcn," Miss
pond of water near the Mnklkl Urn , 'llliiinn on the Huguenot Seminary In
station, lie stated Hint It had been Wellington, Mrs. Thco. Richards on
declared a nulsanie by thn Ilonril of
Health. There was no action taken
by the Hoard la thn matter.
A resolution was offered by Ke
aloliu and seconded by Cox that,
starting In with April, the laborer!
on tho roads should recelvo $l.fiO per
day. Cox was willing In hnve tho ,,. duiuiiRe had been ilono In tho
mission work among the Zulus, and
Mis. Crockett on "South Africa of Tu
seme under pny duilngtlio coming
encampment at Waianne.
.Supervisor Dwlght stated that so
matter go over. Trunk Harvey
fought for the motion, whllo litis
lien nnd Archer opposed, stating (but
whllo they wished to pay $ l.r.n por
day tho County did not huvo tho
money. Hustacn stuted that It
meant that It would cripple tho worl;
of tho County, as tho force of men
would have to be cut down.
When the leMiliitlou was voted on
Dwlght, Cox, Kcalolui nnil llnrvny
voted aye and HiiEtace ami Archer
A motion was pasted allowing
County emplojecH who inn membeiH
of tho National Ouuril leave of ub-
recent stiirin that more money must
be given for the work. Ho asked '
that 11,0110 lie. taken from thn road I
tux fund. He mado a motion to thU'
effect, which wns seconded by Archer I
and carried. I
Harvey called attention to tho fact
that water running from the houso I
gutters caused a great ileal of ilum-l
uilii to the Htieels. He Hugt;ested that !
an ordinance to remedy this ba i
drawn. Chairman Hustaco stated ,
that lie would take tho matter up
with the Deputy County Attorney. I
Thn Ilonril adjourned till Monday.'
l-'uniiiiii-v IS. at 7:Mu ii. in. '
Ad (A-n.s-M V 1 Vl llljlh tl
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Curoclty often leads woman to experiment with new things, but
don't try It with paptr patterns. A O'tincnt spoiled xctds
the coit of a hundred pnUcrno.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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