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m. AUTO SUNDRIES SEVERAL ROAMS ' ffftUfl0 z2! IrnWw
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From 'repair kita to dry batteries, wc tarry
n complete itock of sundries. If theie it anything
jou need, rail on ui. See
Agenti for the
Continental Steel Studded Tires
E. O. HALL &
HEART FAILURE DOES YOUR AUTO EVER HAVE ITT
The cuie for this is the
COLUMBIA DRY BATTERY NO. 2
This battery doesn't fail its throbs are strong nnd -steady.
And on the home stretch it has always got the strength to make
the spurt. In every way the Columbia is the best dry battery
Sold also by E. 0. Hall & Son, Ltd., and the Schuman Car
riage Co., Ltd,
Hawaiian Electric Co., L1 d.
OFFICE: KINO near ALiiKEA ST. PHONE MAIN 390.
Get the Best--The
8ee anything advertised
Come here and get It
GET THE GENUINE.
No "Just at good" talk here.
We don't want to ael I "some
thing Just at good." We want
to tell what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kino; Sts.
PHONE MAIN J3J
A plunge bath after exercise is
one of the essentials. At Haleiwa
there is n fine plunge, splendid golf
links and tennis court. Wide, roo
my verandas, splendid sleeping
rooms, most of them mosquito proof,
nnd the best cuisine in the country.
St. Clair Bidgocd,
Mike Wrign! Cipr.i
The best smoke sold in
this market. Try it.
' HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Nuuanu bctw. Hotel and King Sts.
K. FUJITA & CO;
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bantboo Furniture Mads To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 801,
Honolulu Undertaking Co,
H20 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
' NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 801.
M. E.'SILVA MANAGER
MRS. DORIS. E. PARIS
bat received a new supply of DR. E.
E. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
1156 FORT ST.
Manicuring, Scaln Treatment and
our window display
AND OTIIKK 1'IANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
ICO IIOTF.L STRUCT.
I'lfot.u Main 218.
1 TUNING QUAUANTKKD.
E A. Oil
J. !!. HESTncHE.... General Manager
manufactured frsm pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to cny part of city by
Oillli ICE AND EUCTHIC CO.,
Kcwalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
BREAD, CAKE AND PICS
that will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 107.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS ON HAND
I AT ALL TIMES. SEED FOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TCL. MAIN 339.
IHf "FOR RENT" cards on sale
ct the Bulletin office.
Condemn Sheriff's Action
In Regard To
lions! of Hlioil.. Inukra on three or
lour different subjects wore iidmluls
I vn-l nt (he meeting of tln llounl (
Rupcnlfom Intit night. The iiiuclinl
diiv nim tin' ti'Hirt of I lie committee
lippoluicil (n Investigate tho mutter
or iroilng pi I miners unguarded,
(Ictiltcmen Your inmmltlee np
IHilmcil In IfiH-sllgnte the luntlcr of
certain prlsoncts Ih'Iiik left ungual ded
oil tlio IMhMii) or Xlnivh. l!io7, In tlia
Com t presided inrr liy tlie Honorable
V J Hohluson, Tht I it Juilco of the
Circuit Omit of tho first Cltctilt, re
Your committee Inten lowed Judge
Itoblnson, C. K. ()ulnn, his bailiff. M.
F I'nwwr, Deput) Attorney Cletivrnl.
I hi' Atturnc) Cciieinl, High Sheriff
Henry uml the Sheriff of thu Count)
.if Oahu, uml herewith return the
liniiEcilpt (if tlio stenographic miles of
The fuels ui gathered hy jour com
mittee may he concisely, slated as fol
lows On the lSlli ilny of March. I!i07. In
iilrtmentB hail liecn returned li the
grand Juty In louil nml hy order of
Judge HohliiKon warrants had been Is
Mieil for the npprelicnslon of the pris
oners Indicted, returnnlilo on the fol
lowing morning nt 'J o'clock, the Mint
net for the arraignment of thu prls
oucis. About ( 30 or shortly after
wards, the pilsoncis wcro brought Into
lomt by :t polke olilrer, who then left,
tiiittiii; that ho hail onlers to loturn
nt onei'. The ptlsniiers, therefore, some
eleven or twelve, wete left with mi
olllier to gunul them. Of this fait tin1
Count) Sheriff was not I lied, hut took
no action, ami, indeed, declined lo take
un action. 'When arraignments hail
till been made, the patrol uimtm with
pn olllcer wus Kent lo take the prison
ers to the polke stiitlou. The Couiilv
Sheriff claims that lie understood that
thu High Sheriff would hae an ntllce
on duty to guard the prljoneis. This
wus mil thu nriniiRenicnt according to
thu High Sheriff, and our commlttiM
is unable to sny what, if nn, the nr
lanKemcnt was between thu IIIkIi Hher
lit uml the County Sheriff us tliii evi
dence of both Is somewhat vuriio. The
County SherllT further claims that it
ivus lie duty of the 1 1 lull Sheriff la
provide u umird for tliese prisonetii.
This claim would not appear to lie
sustained by Hie Court or thu Attorney
(ieneiaj; but your conimlttcu does not
attempt to pass upon that phusc oi
VTlie fact icmalna Hint for the spare
oi two horns oi more some eleven or
twelve prlbouers, who had been ar
rested by thu County Sheriff on a
bench warrant, wete left by him un
puardctl In tlia court loom, and nti
nlllilT was only sent when the patrol
'.vugotv came to take charge of lhei
lifter the arraignments were made. Th
attention of the Sheriff was called !'
the ungunided condition of the rg.
i i... ....n ... .,., ...... m.
ccr to' Buar.1 them. Thu mat da) thu
Couit from the bench criticized
leaving of prltoneis In sucl a manner
without guards, and stated that It was
Iho duty of thu County Sheriff to looU
ufter the prisoners.
From thu fuels us developed by tlio
Interviews, your committee, without
uuy rcfereucu to tlio law governing thv
control and custody of prlsonera, nnd
without refeiencu to any iindemtiind- j
i-.,: or inlsuuderstdmllni; bctw ecu tliul
County Shetlrr and tho High Shurltt,
would suy that tho County Sheriff, iu ,
declining lo scud up an olllcer when
notified of tlia uuguurded condition ot
tho prlsouets, aclid In uu improper
manner, and that ho wus cuiclcss In
falling to see that thu prisoners wcro
lUojieiiy enfegunrded. jf there was n
question as to whether it wus tlie duty
of tho County Sheriff or thu High Shui
Iff to guard tho prisoners, tho County
Ulicilff, having arrested tho men on
bench win rants directed to him, should
Pave keen that tho pi-joncra wcro not
left iingnariled while lie brought that
uuehtlnu to "a head" wjtli tho High
Sheriff (see evidence of County Sher
llf.) if thu County Sheriff had an in
raiuiclcnt force lo piopcrly guard tho
ohsoucrs ho should have taken some
ilops to piuvcut their Lelun left mi
guai ded while ho brought that mutter
to "n head" with tlio supervisors, (as
was t.is statement 'according to tlio
bailiff, .Mr. Qulun), Iu other words, we,
think the Sheriff acted Improperly In
allowing prisoners to go at large be
cause of some dlsputo with tho Hoard
of Supervisors, or unsettled ipiestlo'i
of duty between himself nnd the High
If, on the other hand, it was tho
duty under the law for these prisoners
arrested on liencli Wan ants to bu sate
guarded" by tho County Sheriff, und if just to notify him not to subscrlhu In
tho custody uml control or these prls-hi,0 future.
onem by law was iu tho County Slier- liustaco Bald In tho nrst nlaeo Inukea
Iff, then jour committee must say that shunl!1, havo consulted tho'Poilco Coin
In lenvlui; thet-o jirlsouera uiigiuidcd rultteo. -
and ptacllrally (it laisc. thu County Dwlrht moved lo ndoiit tho com
Sheiiff failed to pel form his duty, and I niltteo report. Can led.
if he refuted to saleguard tho prison-i The same tommlttco reported the
e-is, then hu lefused to perfoim hU . Honolulu Ons Co.'s pioposlllnn lo
ilury toiler tho law. Hut, ns wo liuva light the police fetation with gas should
Mated uerore, our coinuiltteo does not'.uit hu accepted, as tho preiwiit method
pass on the luw which ptesetlbes tho i of llBhtlng was satlsfacloty. Thu re
ilutlua of thu County Sheiiff. aa that uort wus adonted.
lis inoiu p.iuicuiariy wiiiiiu uiu prov-
,....,.., ,.,,. .,... . . .
lueo or tlio law adviser or tho hoard.
A revlaw of all the evidence leads
us, Inevitably, to tho conclusion that,
In this matter, tho County Sheriff did
not do ids entire duty as n caieful,
pi intent olllcer, although wu uro not
piepared to say that hu wilfully In
tended to neglect or to refuso to per
foim tho duties Imposed ou him by
Accoiiliugly jour committee here
with submits its icport to thu Doaid
of Siipervlsots, without any recom
llieiulullon, leaving It lo the boatd to
Tin- I Inn. ill mht I li Kigali
Committee linn pi luu nl n ioninni oft
lliu fixed i'M'IiIh for Hie mining Mason
wliltli Mill lie of great Interest to the I
local )neht dutier.' The Hi si nice to j
lake plan' Hill lie 1 1 1 lit for the Heckle) i
Cup, which will lake plrno off the hai-j
Imr on May IP iiml will he hiiiiilirtipul
hy the Hcgntin Coininlltri', lli-fore
thl, how nor. on Apill 27 nml 29 It In
plnnneil to lime n rrulse to WiihiunrJ
lining the linrhor Satinda) lil;lit nint
Inking mhniilatte of ihe iniHitillHht for
A irulm to Knurnknkal to start o'l
May 29 nml it turn on .lime 2 In tlio
next nent Onl) the larger ) mills
will po on tills Ioiik inline, which will
On ono of the. events of the jenr June
ll will he celebrated with the usual
inco fijr Iho Kahiknun eup. off the hur
Inir, for the larger )nciit The rneo
lor the (lovcriior'H cup, wlilch culls for
the circuit of Onhu, will take jilncv on
Juno 21' ami 30 nml will, uh initial, bo
Iptiii of the most liiiKrtani events of
The race for the Cooper cup, for
Filial) jni'litH. will lake place nt Pearl
llnibor on Jul) 14, while Ihe week lif
ter, on July 20 and 21, there will be n
cruise to Walker's I lay in which all
the jnclils of the Meet will take pint.
Tim secoml race for the Heckle) cup
will take place off thu harbor on Aug'
ut nnd on Aiwul 2 nml 25 .nil
to Alca Is on the piocrain.
The second handicap race for the
Cooper cup for fctnall jnclits will take
plate on h'uplember 8 ami n crulso to
1'iiulon Is scheduled for September 21
and 22. Other dales will lie decided on
inter at the Unit- approaches.
The weather is now almost perfett
for )uchtliiK ami the Inula winds
which aie beginning to blow, mean
Hint there will be plenty of breeze
from now on fur ee'iy boat wIshliiK
to ltae the harbor. .Many of , the
yachts have been plaied ou thu wu)H
ami cleaned preparatory for the min
ing H'lison and with the rrulse lo Wal
aiiau on the last of the iiioutli tliO sin
ton will ktart Willi a boom.
m M(E MEET
Tlio Hawaiian Jockey Club, of 1 1 Mo.
has prepaieil to make the I'mirth of
July nicu meet one of the best, if not
Hit ver) best, ever seen in the Ha
waiian Islands. The fentine of the day
will be the .Merchant's Slakes, at one
nml n quarter miles, with a guaranteed
puri'e of SI out). Thu nominations will
clone tin Muy 13 and Hie owners of Ha
waiian bred horses aie allowed till
June 20 to name their horses. Owners
of thoroughbreds other than Hnwallan
bred must name their horse nt thu
time nominations art) made.
Korelgn hied horses will carry
I weight for ngu while horses Hawaiian
j bred will carry Ihe follow lug weights:
,2 cnrs old, 70 pounds; thrco )car,H old,
I CO pounds; 1 years old, 90 pounds.
I Ono tier cent of thu muse. SlA. mint
,, "' 1 , ,"' wio miise. i, nisi
oM'nt tlio time of iiiiinliintlon. Nliic
i"t--r hul in uiu iiiirfc iiiiisi oe nam
' ''"' ej !' '
entiles uml at least three starters In
Willi tills race ns n drawing rani
them should bu a large attendance at
the llllo meet nnd thero will be Sev
ern I entries made fmni this island. A
lurther program, giving tho other races
of tho meet will bu given out luter.
Tlio Blnck Pants and tho Seaside
basebatt tenuis will play foi-Hiie chain-
plonsljp on Sunday afternoon nt 2:30
ft k X ): A ;i if M . a X k ;, . X X X
lako such action ou the facts as It
may deem fit..
F. K. AKCHEIt,
ANIHILIW 13. COX,
J. N. KHALOHA,
Harvey moved to plncu tho icport
In thu hands ot thu County Attorney
Ho would sive the Hoard more light
ou the matter. Fern beconded uml It
Fern and Hnrvey voted nyo. Cox
said Hint thu committee meuihcii,
could not vole, Thu Deputy County
Attorney asked If this meant Hint n
legal opinion was, wanted. Harvey taUl
The Poller Committee nlso repoilcd
on thr matter of tho bill for tho sub
scription of the Times, Deacon uml
Kuokon by thu l'olitu Depnitmeut,
recommending that tho bill be not al
lowed. Harvey said ho thought that It was
the Sheriff's o.nlulon Hint tho paper
were necessary for tho wot It ot thu'
llniltl ft 1 tllltlt Tllll llikut 111 111.., ..,.1.1 t.r.
" - -
Thu mutter of Inukru's suhseiliitlmi
lo tlie Aloha Ainu was also taken up,
Dwlght moved to refer thu mutter to
thu Police Committee).
Cox re.uoitcd Dial ho had seen Ian
laa about it. Ho had said that It wus
none of thu committee's business to
pass on his bills after lie hud O. lC'd.
them. Cox would have nothing to do
"Tfen you refute to nudlt tho bill?"
"I do," said Cox.
"Then," nald lliislnre. "I lefuso to
upprove It, und that ilxes that."'
NEW WASH SUITS
BOYS and GIRLS
Ror the l3oy 1
Wc have the celebrated
Mother's Friend Wash Soils
in Sailor nnd Russian Blouse effects. Sizes 2 1-2 to 10 Years.
PRICES FROM $1.00 A SUIT.
AN ELEGANT LINE OF
White Wash Dresses
in Lawns. Net, Mulls, Etc. Sizes up to 14 years.
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
nt Knploliiul Park Mich team hus
won two eantf! ami the ilvnli) Is not
. . , . I I. . ....I
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it i w I i lit. c iiic itin v-n -
the trams Is ns follows
lllnrk Pants Joe
Joseph (Capt.), Jno llohhulo, Antone'
reruamles. IIiiKene Mtililr.. Jno. Sllva.l
Willie Dllego. Joe t-'oiua, Kddle lei
Keaslde XI IVrmilider (Cant.l: A.
Ctihtn, .l. Costa. XI MiiiiIz. . Xlus-'u
beig, J Mat tin, Diuciie S, Kruest Mil
nlz, A. Xliittuiu.
Hr. S. J. Call, of thu levetiuu cutter
Manning, was Hie winner In the week
ly shoot or thu Hawaii tluu Club held
:it the Kaakako trap.i yesterday after
noon. So fin no uieiubr of thu dull
lias hi en able to win Hie tiophy iiiojo
than once, which has added u great
ileal of Inteiest to thu contest. The
l)r S. J. Call, 20 out of 30.
.1. 1,. l'lemlug, 18 out of 23.
I. Spalding, 17 out of 21.
J. A. Itnlili, lixiut of 30.
J. W. Ilurve), J.', out of 20,
A. W'lterhouse, 15 mil or 3D,
K. II. Purler, 11 out of 2u.
J. Connor, 10 out of 30.
0. A Jordan, 8 out of 23.
Tlie pievlous winners 'have been:
J. V. Harvey, IS out of 20.
I), U Austin. 18 out of 20.
1. Si aiding, 17 out of 21.
;i :: u
W. C IViiMirk lias offered a silver
cup for what Is lo be known n lho
llctnl l.lnuor UealeiH' Uusetiall
lA'ague. Tlie conditions governing th)
contests are as follows: '
Any saloon w lulling to enter a team
shall send thu name of its Icnin to
Chas. King, i.iro of Peacock & Co., bu
lore Faturday, Aplll 0, 1807, In order
that n schedule may liu arranged.
Hacli team shall be composed of pal
lium of the saloon that tho team represents-.
No phi)er who plnyet! In any of thu
senior ienguu teams last year shall hu
Not moro than one plajer who played
iu last year's Winter I-cagim shall bo
allowed In any ono team and this play
er shall not play us pitcher.
No person not of ago or not palions
of saloons shall bo allowed to play,
1 Any team winning the .cup three
limes shall own tho same,
' !J M ll
lUIIIIIlUCAU'C UCRI hCrriTCfl
niLiirtmouno men vuuuiv
Capt. Hill Williamson and his hunch
of bowling cxpertH went down lo ,e -
irat last evening beforu tlio la Kn'
Nlol team, captained by
T C Mo
During Iho contest lliu l'nlriity
Club scored a totul or 1782 plus ugulnsll
'.nan lolled by tun Wela Ku Nlol colto.
Our prices in some cases cut iu half. The stock must be re
duced. Wc have
500 Pairs Ladies' Shoes, all sizes, former price $2.50,
SALE PRICE i.$1.25
280 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE $1.00
144 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE . .'. $1.25
230 Pairs of Slippers, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE'... $1.00
000 Pairs of Children's Shoes, former prices, $1.25, $1.50, '
" $1.75 and $2.00, will all go for $1.00 A PAIR
COME AND SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
L. B. Kevr & Co., Ltd.
Thu games lesulled as follows 1st,
W K N fiSO I' V. (117 2.1. W K,
N . 007 I .C f,Sfl, :id, V . N., C'8;
I C . $S80,
Capt illlnmso:i ami itubbllt were
high men for their side. Dr. Murray
showed Hint liu must nt one time hiuo
been n champ, Inn lie Is now out of
renin, Imt a little practice win put him
at Hie to;i of the heap. Thn)er ami
llowiuml illd good work Imt iumi lui-d
Thu W'el.i Ka Nlol lentil is n strong
combination and Ibcie is going to be
it hitler Mrugglu when they face thu
Thu next game will bo rolled on
Monday, when thu (Holms uml IT. C.
Thu.Unlwrslty Club will lierearirr
be known us the Aloha Howling Team.
Following s Hie Mnnillng of the
I'. W. I I'tt,
Olohii 1 1 l) 1.000
W. K. N 1 1 0 1.000
I). II. A. C 1 0 1 .000
Aloha I 0 1 .000
k x v k n x x v. 5c n it n x x x w
it BAND CONCERT
;; , N
5( V. V V ( V V -A ') KKH'X )t V.
This evening at 7:20 the bund con
cert will lie held ou the brilliantly
lighted grounds of tlio Ilo)ul Hawaiian
Hotel, following Is the program:
March "riicoiloru lluusewlt"
Vanden el t
Oveiture "I'estlvttl" llela
Caulnla "AiicluUe" Ilccthovcu
Hi'li-cllfiii VMuillunu" W'allaio
Votnl Ainrrlvan Si)iiE..ur. by llcrger
seiecitun "isene oi uuiicmia.
Ihvail "Alice Where Art Thou" ..
Flnule "lleineinbranee".. Wnldlcufel
"Thy Star Sliangled linnncr,"
J3"For Rent" cards on tale at
the Bulletin office.
INSTRUCTOR IN SWIMMING AND
Apply for rates at Healani Boathouse
B ,- ,vi,.mM . d-- ci.
For Want '"wn See Page SU
l''l" cheap housekecpluB looms, 700
Quurry St.; splendid view,
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30,
AT 1.' O'CLOCK NOON.
nt in v kuIcsiooui K.r,T Kiialiimiaiiii St.
I will ti'll ut public auction by iff.
ler of llio tieasmei Xlr. .1 Wntef
house, the follow lug I
Cerlificates of Stocks
iku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
unless the llflh nssessment now de
linquent, with Interest nml mlvertls-
Inn expenses, Is paid ou or befoiu
Hint dale and order of sale, nt the
ollliu of Alexnnilvi li llaldwin, Lim
ited, Staugenwalil building, lioiio
lilu: Certincnto No. 320, J. II. Callag
Itnn, for fill shales.
CVi.tlllcnle No. 122, J. N. Kanatllil.
for 10 shares.
Ccrtlllrntn No. ":!",, I'laiik XI. Or
inond, for 20 shares.
TroaHUier Nnhikii Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, Aplll 3, 190".
JA8. F. MORGAN,
The genuine, Imported
German beer which wc
have on draft is wonder
fully well liked.
corner ot '
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser, :
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
,..80UTH & KAWAIAHAO STS.
- : f
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
VON HAMM-VOUNG COMPANY, Lid,
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
FOR 20c A DOZEN.
J. M. LEVY & CO,,
'PHONE, MAIN 149.
Phone MAIN 147
iw'i,iV'ati"r-'-Mrif t"-"Ai i