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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II , WEDNESDAY, .IAN 2!. 1!)0S
A full assortment for Ladies, Misses, and Children.
New designs, in dots, figures, and stripes. Suitable for
L Shirt Waists, Suits, and Men's Shirts.
Extra Good Values, at 20c, 25c, 30c, and 35c a yd.
is reliable, dependable, serviceable, and satisfactory. Every
pair is guaranteed. When you buy ONYX, you get the best
Extra good values, a variety to select from, at $1,
Made of the best nualitv of Mercerized Sateen, with twn
Ruffles and one Dust Ruffle.
i At $1.75 and $2.00, several styles to select from, in all
Black, and Black with white trimming.
At $3.75, Black Alpaca Petticoat, with wide Flounce
Ruffle, and extra Bust Ruffle.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS
Cor Beretania and Fort
1 More Persons I
Call for ours
If you will ask your friends which drink they prefer J
there will be no equivocation in the answer. They will J
tell you they prefer our soda water because of the evenness J
of the flavor, the snap, because it is full charged, and be- !
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MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plants and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at
The Pond Dairy
D A nr AIM CAI E at M. R. Counter's I
See our window display. Any article for 50c j
Many pieces worth three times the money. J
Sale begins Jan, 25th. Lasts until Feb. 1 only
"y'"lTXI1 -"- "- - A,w r
J 1? you only knew how artistically
lovely we can make the simplest
home, for a little bit of money,
you would not live another day in
those old rooms.
See Me About Them
,jgg. S. Stephenson,
137 KING STREET.
Local Business Houses
Bid On County Supplies
Over two hours wcro spent last
nlfilit liy the Hoard of Supervisors nt
their regular meeting In n futllo at
tempt to muke ninttcrs nf Bninll mo
ment attain the dignity of vast Im
portance. TenderH from n number
of Incnl business houses for the
County supplies wcro recoiled, nnd
this was really the most Important
development of tho evening. Tho
bids were nil road In minutest de
tail, hut nobody listened, and tho
work of deciding the lowest bidders
wns passed over to County Clerk Kb
lauokulanl. And thereby hangs a
When tho long, tedious reading of
tho tenders hnil been finished, and It
was tlma for tho Hoard to' discuss
nnd decide them, somo of tho mem
bers thought It would take too long
a time, and suggested giving the
work over to tho County Clerk, who
could notify the lowest bidders. This,
however, n roused u big kick from
Archer, who said that tho contract
need not go to tho lowest bidder. He
said n man might bid $2000 on a
$5000 schoolhouso Job, but ho
shouldn't get tho contract. Never
theless, llustaco wanted to dispose
of tho matter so that It would not
occupy tho time of the Hoard, he
bald. Again Archer broke out.
"Well, what did the people elect
ou for?" ho demanded. "Were you
not put hero to do your very best for
tho good of tho people?"
"Yes, and I think, Mr. Archer, that
I have dono pretty well for thorn,
too," came back from Hustacc. "I
would llko to do more," he added.
Harr.r lake's Sin
Tho committee appointed to In
vestigate tho charges against Harry
I,.ilo brought In tho following ic-
"We, tho committee appointed by
jour honorable body to Investigate
let tain language alleged to bo used
by Harry T. Lake, special ofTleor In
tho County Attorney's office, and
brought to tho attention of the
Hoard by the affidavit of John D.
Holt, Jr., do respectfully report that
wo havo Investigated tho matter nud
consider that It Is unnecessary to
procped furthor In reference thereto,
and would thcrcforo recommend that
no further action bo taken in the
Tho report was adopted, as It wns
understood that Mr. Lako had made
amends by apologizing.
Several bills from tho pollco de
partment which wcro held up wcro
ordered paid last night, as County
Attorney Cathcart ronderca an opin
ion to tho effect that they wcro le
An estimate nf needs for tho
month of February waB presented by
Sheriff lauken, and ho explained tho
reason for asking for moto money
by tho following:
"I beg to submit hcrowlth the es
timated requirements of tho pollco
dopattmont for tho month ending
February 29th, 1S08.
"Tho requisition Is based on the
recommendations mado to tho Hoard
In my last annual icport, which pro
vide for tho addition or two men to
tho mounted police, nnd a small In
crease, of $50 in tho appropriation for
material and supplies.
"This Increase, In tho requirements
of tho scrvlco Is mado ncceswary by
tho largo amount of criminal busi
ness, and tho special efforts boing
Hindu to suppress tho illicit ,sales of
Uquor. Tho raids on tho to-called
'blind pigs' aio nlwujs attended by
n lot of expenso In tho way of ovl
denco and Informer's fees, and as It
is tho purposo of tho department to
keep up this crusade against 'blind
pigs' nnd 'swlpo Joints,' It will bo
necessary to Increase, tho Incidental
allowance, so that tho work can ho
carried on effectively. Kitty dollaiu
a month Is not any too much.
"The occasional presence of an of
ficer of the law at somo of tho out
lying residential portions of Hono
lulu which are never visited by the
pollco, such ns l'aclflo Heights, Tan
talus, upper Nuuunu valley, I'alolo
and Knlmukl, will bo appreciated, I
think, by many of tho residents of
those localities. Tills has been Im
practicable, howovor, by reason of
tho small force of mounted patrol
men at the scrvlco of tho department.
To meet this requirement, provision
Is mado In tho pay roll for tho addi
tion of two officers to the mounted
constabulary, Increasing tho forco
from six to eight.
"I would nlso call the intention of
the Hoard to tho unpaid hills, special
lcfcienco to which was made in tho
last annual report. The claims
amount to J551.2C and provision
should ho mado to have- them set
tled, not out of tho department's fu
ture allowances, but by a special ap
propriation from tho general fund."
Hustace took this occasion to Im
press forcibly on the Hoard that in
the fututo there should be no hack
bills everything should bo paid
Tor tho first time, n monthly grant
of $12'. wns given to the I.cnlil
Home, and will be placed on each
month's estimates in tho future. A
lot of discussion took place here be
tween Dwlght nnd Archer. Dwlght
wanted to make it $100 for tho
Home and $25 for the roads,
Tho pollco department asked for
$85 more to ndd two mounted police
men to the force, and though cvery
ono appeared shocked and astound
ed at such audacity, the request was
The estimates, the grand total
amounting to $10,205 from tho gen
eral fund and $2000 fiom tho road
tax fund, wero passed.
Tho Hoard adjourned to Wednes
day, Feb. C, after passing the lcgular
Accounts 1'nsscd County Clerk,
$170; Kapiolnnl Park. $105; police
department, $3157.85; fire depatt
ment, $1896.95; electric light de
partment, $380; police and lire
alarm, $122; County Attornej. $313-
'60; poundmustcr, $30; keepers of
parks, $100; County Auditor, $02.
00; County Engineer, $213.25; Uvea
load district, $522.11; keepers of
parks, ro Aala Btand, $G0; fixed snl
nrles, $1070; County Treasurer,
$125; Hawaiian band, $G3R; Wnl.v
I tin road district, $1379 10; pollco
department, $79.30; road depart
ment, $742.50; garbage department,
$105; coroner's fees, $21.
ART IE1IE HGfrlu
A Movable Cottage, size about
12x24, containing 3 rooms. Hade
of T. & G. Comes apart in sections.
A few hours' time will take it apart
nnd put it up again. In good condi
tion. Just the thing for camping.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King; St.
At tho old flshmarket, at tho cornet
of' Allen nnd Alakca streets, this at
tcrnoon, tho City Improvement Clrck
of tho Kilohana Art l.caguo will give
an "at home" at 4 o'clock. President
McKlnley's portrait will bo glvon
a conspicuous place and tho fcchoo
children will place Mowers beneath
his portrait at tho end of tho program
which has been prcpurod for tho occu
blon. During President McKlnley't
lifetime, ho was fond of flowers, es
pcclully rod carnations. It Is expect
ed that members ami guests will britig
flowers to bo uicd In tho caramon)'.
W. A. Hrynn is chairman of tho Clt)
Improvement Circle, but as ho Is ab
sent from Honolulu lie will bo retire
fecnted by Mrs. V Jl. Grab am, who li
1). Howard Hitchcock, tho president
of tho Association, Is greatly Interest
cd in this part of tho Icaguo'H work
On behalf of tho City Improvement
Clrclo, tho following committee wir
receive tho guests:
Mr. und Mrs. K. A Mott-Smlth, Mrs
Mott-Smlth Cunningham, ox-Oovoinoi
A. S. Cleghorn, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. I'
Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hnllou, Dr. rind
Mrs. Georgo Augur, Miss Annlo I'urko
Mrs. I,. Abrams, Mrs. Walter Coombs
Mrs. C. Hooth, .Mrs. I Q. Marshall
Mrs. A. II. Tucker, Mrs. E. I, Spald
Ing, Miss Alico Spalding, Miss Char
lotto Hall, Miss Codlo Cardcn, MIsh
Anna Tucker, Mrs. A. O. Hawcs, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. 1). Howard Hitchcock,
Mr. nnd Mrs, W. M. Graham.
Following Is tho program proparou
for tho occasion:
..Opt. Hergcr ami Hawaiian Hand
Chorus "Staro nnd Stripes"
Mrs. A. Tucker nud School Children
Address "Tho Ancient Town Hall"
Itov. Dr Dorenms Scuddcr
Chorus "Our Country's Flag" ...
Mrs. A. Tucker and School Children
Address "Tho Modem Town Hall"
Itov lllsliop Rosttlrlck
Medio)' "Patriotic Airs"
..Capt. Hergcr and Hawaiian Hand
Address "Tho Immcdlnto Town
Hall" Judgo Kingsbury
Chorus (n) "Hnwull l'onoi"; (b)
"Tho Star Spangled Hanner" ....
Mrs. A, Tuckor and School Children
Chorus "My Country 'TIs of Thee"
. Kntlio As
sembly, nccompuulcil by tho Hand
QUININE THAT DOES NOT AFFECT
LAXATIVE HROMO QuinineTablets
for Colds, Grip, Influenza or any
Catarrhal disorders, Hcidnclie and
Feverish or Malarious conditions.
U. W Grove's signature on every box.
Made by PARIS MEDICINE CO.,
Saint Louis, U. S, of A,
An Inhalation for
Croltn Is Boon lo Asthmatics.
l)fi It not m tnr flll lo brtith In a
remdr for dlMun of U tretMnc orgm Ihta
to take th remfd Into llie itotnicti?
Crroolrne cure bn lh Ir, ryndfrej
trongly antUtptlo, li carried over the dlawr!
.ir.. ,nii hnh. el tin or rrolonara and
connUnt trratmrnt. It U tntaluanla to motbfra
with vmall clilUrtn.
Tnoa of ('on
will find ImmeJUta relief
from Co tig Lit or lnflamad
Condition of thf thronk
Bond roital for dt
1M) Fulton fttract,
Scaled TcnderB will bo rccoUcd by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 M. of I'rldny, January 31t,
1908, for furnishing nil mutcrlal and
labor and constructing n part of the
Road from Mnklkl Street to tho Ma
kikl Slopcs-O.ihu Itoad, Honolulu, T.
If , In accordance with tho profile,
cross sections nnd specifications on
fllo in tho ofllco of tho Superintend
ent of Public Works.
All lenders must bo on blanks fur
nished by the Superintendent of Pub
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., Jan. 2$, 1908.
Tho Hoard of Licenso Commission
ers for the County of Oahu will hold
a meeting nt the Kxecutlvo Hulldlng
on Wednesday, February IStli. 190S,
at 4 p. m to consider tho applica
tion of J. W. Voting,, for a Saloon
License nt the premises known us the
"Opera House Annex," corner of
Queen and Mllllnnl Streets, Honolu
lu, under tho provisions or Act 119,
Session Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections against
tho issuance of a licenso under said
application should be filed with the
Secrctnry of tho Hoard not later
than the tlnio set for said hearing.
A. .1. CAMPIIKIX,
Secretary, Hoard of Mccnso Com
missioners. 3899 Jan. 15, 22. 29; Feb. G.
We offer 4000 acres in
one body, level, alluvial Del
ta soil, rich as the Kile
Delta, fronting on the Bio
Orande River, Texas (for ir
rigation), at $25 per acre.
To put irrigation canals,
etc., on the property will
cost $10 per acre. The cost
of irrigating, about 25c per
acre per irrigation.
The land will produce an
average of 40 tons cane to
the acre, saccharine matter
15, average 200 pounds
granulated sugar to the ton.
Does not have to be replan
ted for 8 or 10 years. Land
which has been cropped to
cane for 35 years consecu
tively without fertilizer;
still yields28 tons to the
Labor is very abundant,
satisfactory and cheap,
Mexican peons, 50 cents a
day without board. Rail
road is close by. If you
want this, cable DELTA,
to hold for examination. Ad
dress The Delta Land Co.
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city at
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
LAW, SAYS FENNELL
It will rcoulio a licenso to hold a
Hobby Hums anniversary dinner In
tho futuut, If License. Inspector Feu
nell hns his wuy. Indeed, tho mem
bers of tho Thistle Club may consider
tbomstdves lucky it thoy are not put
under arrest for selling boozu without
a llceiibe at tho last dinner.
Fennell holds thut tho serving ol
Uquor at a dinner or other event to
which admission Is charged is a vio
latlon of tho law, unless u licenso be
first taken out, and ho Intends to see
that It is not dono In tho future.
Everything that HEINZ M A K E S is delicious.
But you can't have them all at once. Just now, w
have a Fresh Shipment of
OLIVES IN. BULK
Ask yoiu Grocer
H. HACKFELD & CO., LIMITED.
5oc to $2.00
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL BTBBET.
Electric Water Heater
with the Nursery Bottle
WARMS the MILK
in two or three minutes.
Think what it means to
have one. Call at the
Hawaiian Eleotrio Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST, near ALAKEA. PH0NB 390.
We are agents here for
Made and guaranteed by
the American Fruit Product
Pints 25 cents; $2.50 doz.
Quarts .. 50 cents; $5.00 doz.
Hotel and Fort Sta.
Cruiser California make excellent
record in its Dual trial tests.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIQNS.
F; S. Nagami,
Kodak Devoloping, Printing, En-
larging and Interior Photo
HOTEL ST. bet. Nnnanu & Btthel,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS. PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGIRS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
fishes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT NEXT THB C0NVHNT.
nre helped by persons wear
ing shoes that have holes in
the soles or cracks in the
uppers. Wc half sole and
heel men's shoes for $1.25
nnd women's for S1.00.
Prompt service always.
Vickers' Shoe Repair
1110 Union St. P. 0. Box 507.
Send in your orders at encs to
The Finest Jade Jtwelries, Bto.
The Finest Workmanship on tVe
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakon. aid flaith.
TTJTHY NOT let us have your bus
" inesa to advsrthi?
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.