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EVENING BUM-ETIN, nONjJLXJLU, T. II., THUnSDAY. rntl 27. 1903
New Spring Lines
Spring Millinery Opening
will ba continued for a few days,
Spring Pattern Hats ,
including New York styles and the famous
and our own creations, Hnti that were selected by our Eastern
I buyers; styles, colors, and shapes
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uiu tiuimuuy mviicu w ate iii
liged to buy.
New Wash Materials Pongctte Soie
IN BROWN AND PONGEE COLOR , 35 a yd.
WHITE POPLINETTE, at .' 40 a yd.
WHITE REP, extra fine 40 a yd.
FRENCH PIQUE extra quality iO a yd.
Point de Sprit Net
EXTRA FINE QUALITY, 54 inches wide 50 a yd.
New Curtain Swiss
In dotted and fancy figures. A large variety of patterns.
SIX YARDS FOR 91.00
New Dotted Swiss Curtains
with hemstitched ruffles. Just the kind of curtains for bedrooms;
several patterns to select from, at $1.50 A PAIR!
New Arabian Net
for curtains, double thread, very durable, 54 inches wide
G5 a yd.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters can be had only from
TELEPHONE 71. 0.
Coyne Furniture Co,, Ltd.
WHAT'S THE USE
of doing without the comforts of life that cost no more than the
necessities whose place they take? Why do without good lights,
for instance, when they are no more expensive than poor lights!
is -a luxury that costs no more than the poorest kind' of light.
Wouldn't you say, off-hand, that any one is foolish to use any other
light? See us about having your house wired for electricity.
' Hawaiian Eleotrio Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING: 9T. near ALAKEA. PH0NB 380.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A. J. 0. 0., No. G0247,
and Ouenon Lad, 2nd A. J, 0. C, No. 62304, at service at $10,
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
We tire making a gorgeous dis-
that are absolutely oorrect. You
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uiapiuy wiiiiuui iccuug uv uu uu
WORKS CO., LTD. f
S. LBITHKAD, Manager. ' ,
Harmonious Meeting Of
Tlio SupcrvlsorH varied llio uro
gram l.ixt night liy holding u lmrinif
nlous meeting and grinding out n lot
ot routine work. Thcro wasn't n
Bcrnp or any I; I ml worthy the name.
Archer mid Hustnce did lime n little
(put, but it didn't amount to much
unit soon hlew over, Archcr'B feel
ings liad been hurt by Klectrlctnn
Frnzeo, the hitter not having thought
fit to run titter the chairman of the
Klcctrlc Light Comniltteo and hold n
confab with htm every little while.
Ah n tnnscqiiuucu Archer wanted to
cut down tlio monthly uiiiiroprl.itlon
for l'razee'8 department from J 1000
to $700 Iltistaco rather forclh'y
pointed out to Atelier the Impioprlety
of his i (induct and succeeded In
whipping him Into lino mid having
hint place, the appropriation at the
The principal work of the evening
was tlio passing of estimates for the
month of March. Plans for spending
a total of $13, Gift were made. This
is nbout 13,000 more than the
amount for the month of l-'cbruary,
but tho County seems to bo a Uttlo
Hush just now, so tlio County Tattl
ers fejt that they could afford to be n
little more generous In their esti
mates. Of tho total amount 115,000
goes to the road department.
Garbage wasn't mentioned during
tho evening, except when tho nppio
printlon for the department wns be
ing made Then tlio fact was brought
out that the department Is running at
less expense than ever before. The
estimated expense for Mnrch wns $1,
400, $100 less than for tho previous
month. Hustnce cxpresbed some sur
prise nt this and turned to Sam
Johnson to ask If he thought he
could get nlong on JH00. Johnson
replied that ho could, as sluco the
I'.tuoa sower was connected up there
was less work for tho department to
do. For tha past two months, lie
said, the department had not been
using up Its entire appropriation.
Harvey wanted an extra appropri
ation of $100 to oil n piece ot road
out on KnlaUaua avenue. Ho said he
was out thcro last Sunday and the
natives throw dirt on him because
tho work had not been done before.
Dwlght promised to eco that the road
To Make More Juice .
It was decided to take steps toward
enlarging tho capacity of the electric
light plant, so ns to reduce the light
ing hill ot tho city. The prospective
completion of tho Nuuanii dam as
sures a plentiful supply of water. At
tho Instant o ot Chairman Hustacc,
Archer moved that tho superintend
ent of the electric light department
call for bids for.a new belt and water
wheel for the eloctrlc light plant. He
explained that this would probably
cost faomuwhoie In the neighborhood
ot $3,000. Hustnce said tho Idea is
to put In a wheel which will carry
100 more lights.
After this matter had been debated
for'half an hour, to enable tho mem
bers of tho Hoard to understand It, It
was put, to vote und carried. With
this matter disposed of, tho estimates
for the month of Match, nggregatlni;
Jllt.GlC, woro adopted utter being
read by Archer.
Enforce Curb' Ordinance
Deputy County Attorney Mllverton
icturned n reply to tho request ot tlio
Hoard for tnfoimatlon as to how far
the Comniltteo on Koads, Ilrldges and
I'nrhs can proceed In tho matter ofi
enforcing owners of land abutting on
and adjoining any public street to
curb the Bldewalks adjacent to tho.
'and owned by them. Ho said In n
written communication that under
Section 1 of Order No. 1 ot tho
Several fine Building Lots at Puu
nui, cleared, unobstructed view, pro
posed extension of car line; 50x105,
Reduced to $150 for a short time;
$25 cash, balance S10 per m.
Besides other property at irreatly
reduced prices. '
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDd., 74 S. KING BT.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
U YED A,
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
County Oiillnnnccs, It lu made tlio
duty of the land-owners to curb tho
sidewalks nt their own expense under
penalty of n maximum line ot $100.
He suggested tho Institution of legal
proceedings against such persons ns
do not comply with tho ordinance.
Chairman Dwlght of the Hoad
Comniltteo states that It Is the Inten
tion ot the committee to proceed
against ull persons who neglect to
comply with tho curbing ordinance.
The Longshoremen's Union was
granted tho use ot the Aal.i Park
benches for their luau, to be held
Saturday, They also gel the band
for one hour, after which It will play
at the opening of tho .Mauoa tennis
courts. An Invitation to the Super
visors, to attend the latter was iu
celvcd. Pass the Buck
The Committee on Sanitation and
Health submitted a report passing up
to the Hoard ot Health (he recom
mendation of the Civic lVderatlon
that tho town bo provided with public-comfort
stations. The report said:
' It Is our opinion that that dutyllcs
more within the piovlslou of the
Hoard ot Health and- that jii uppio
prlatton should have been nudu by
the Legislature to be expended by
that Hoard for the work wlikb join
committee Is called upon to Investi
gate and report.
"The Intimation that tho mattel
of establishing such comfort stations
lies within the lino of duties of the
Hoard ot Supervisors jour committee
begs to differ. From a flnanclnl
standpoint, this County can HI nrford
to set aside uny specific appropriation
for the purpose, however worthy the
object may be from a b.inltary stand
point, ns largo appropriations must
be allowed for the ever-Increasing
rond work within tho County, for the
maintenance of stock in Honolulu ns
Lwoll ns In tho outsldo districts and
tho purchasing of materials necessary
to carry out tho work. The mainte
nance of the electric lights and the
probable Installation of new machin
ery in tho electric light plant will
call for an Increased expenditure this
Hoard must answer.
"Consideration of the requirements
of tho other departments should not
bo lost sight of, so that after a care
ful canvass ot tho situation has been
mndo jour committee could not see
Its way clear but respectfully report
unfavorably on tho subject matter re
The report was ndoptcd.
The bids for tho regular monlltlj
supplies were opened, tho awards be
ing submitted to the following linns
at the prices quoted, tho lowest In
Hackfcld & Co.: red bricks, Cal.,
per M, $20. 2G.
Union Kcod Co.: feed oats, per ton,
California l'eed Co.: No. 1 Califor
nia wheat hay, largo bales, per ton,
$37; California wheat hay, small
bales, per ton, $22 r,0; Tolled bailey,
$31; wheat bran, $31; alfalfa, 123.
CO. Hustacc-I'eck Co.: California lime,
per bbl., $2; Hawaiian lime, $1 75,
blnckbmtth coal, per ton, $19.
D.ivlcs & Co : California lime, per
bbl., $2; Hawaiian lime, $1.70; black
blasting powder, Kl-lb. drums, $2.2!;
giant powder No. 1, $9.2C; giant pow
der No. 2, $7, fulminating caps, 75
I.-I. Steam N.iv Co.: Newcnbtlo
coal, per ton, $9, Sucddons Hay coal,
per ton, $8 25; l'claw main coal, for
Central Station, per ton, $9; MakIM
station, $9.50; I'alama station, $!,
25; Stanford coal, per ton, JS.7G.
Lowers i & Cooke: California co
mont, Golden (late, per 400 lb, bbl.,
Allen & Hoblnson: Nor'west lum
ber, rough, per M, $30; Nor'west tim
ber, per M, $35; Nor'west battens,
The regular semi-monthly accounts
for February were passed, as follows:
Commission collection road tax; Ho
nolulu $42.50, Hum $35.74; llxcd sal
aries, $JG70; County Clerk, $170;
County Attorney, $400; I'oundmas
ter, $30; keepers ot parks, $100; Ka-
plolanl I'ark, $158.S0; electric light
department, $381.50; poltco and llio
alarm system, $78 25; rollco depart
meat, $32G2.50; garhago department,
$105; road department, $742 50,
County engineer, $130; County Trea
mner, $125; County Auditor, $125,
Hawaiian band, $G25; lire depart
ment, $1774 35, coroner's fees, $12
The next meeting ot tho Hoard will
ba held on Mnrch 4.
The nRcncy for n now mineral water
called the Tnnsan has Just been taken
by Mr. Harry Ito3cnl)erg. Tlio water,
though nw in this territory, Is well
hnown all over the country. It Is of
nrcat medlclnf.1 value nnd comes from
tho Tansan Mineral Sprlnu In Kobe,
Japan. The water Is very pleasant to
tho tasto and Is especially dcslrablo
In aiding digestion Tho Japanese
women claim that by drinking Tansnn
water their complexion Is greatly Im
proved, nnd they certainly should
know, for this wator has been used
among the best classes for oer CO
years In their country. This pioves
that tho water Is crisp, delicious, and
Invigorating and n water that will
burely bo appreciated In Honolulu.
5j, STOMACH rf
Keep a bottle of tho Hitters
handy It J oil would save a lot
of suffering. When the Stom
ach, I.lvcr or Kidneys arc un
able to perform their work a
tec doses will help wonderfully.
It never falls In cases ot Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Cottlveiwts,
Cour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney Ills or Malaria.
' NOTICH TO 011,111 ItNlNtl
Owners, .Masters and Kugtnopr. ot
Oil Htiriilug Steamers nre hereby no
tilled, under pcilnlty ns provided In
Section 522 of the Revised Laws, not
to discharge nny wnito oil on the imr
fnce of tha water within the harbor ol
MAHSTON CAMPHi:f.I .
Superintendent of I'ubllc Works.
Department of Public Works,
February 20, 1903 3935 r
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
One of Anthony Hope's
The Arrival of the Prince
and Princess of the
and the most laughable nlav
Givon bv the
KILOHANA ART LEAGUE
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
FEB. 27 AND 29.
Tickets, 25c, 50c & $1.00
behind the bar at the
Next to the Orpheum Theatre
THE SOAP THAT WORKS.
F. L. WALDR0N, Agent.
Or ALL THE
WITH AN ORDER.
per week you can get a fine
lif lalL ITI-? r
waiuumi ui ugiis
SEE US RIGHT NOW. '
118 HOTEL ST HONOLULU
We'll Help You
if you need money by buying your
Watches, Dinmonds and Jewelry and
(riving you more for them than vou'll
get nnywhere else.
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DB-
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractor
103 KING ST.
b r!i a d
in the city.
. For Sale
HONOLULU FIRE WOOD CO., 9
King St. and Hotel and Smith Sis
Tl. White 1080.
Bamboo Fnrnitnre Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BER1TANIA SI
jjjjy'For Rent" eardt an sale at
,1e bulletin ortice. ,
BEST RESULTS are obtained In
this way, as the subject has no feel
,ng of Posing, end takes it natural
tiictmc. No one need be there except
The device that docs this is tho
It's small, light, and fits nny cam
ra. Button Lever, or Bulb You
an set it for t-n seconds or 30 mm
But call and sec it for yourself I
Photo Supply Co.,
PIN ESI FIT
wid cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box SGI. Telephone &M
tan be done very easily with your
ftpauti! servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
LUNCHES and DRIKXS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Tort
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Blanch- TERRITORIAL MESSEN
JER SERVICE. PHONE SSI
HY NOT let us have your bus
iness to advertise!
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
8B MERCHANT ST.
At All Watckdcalen.
Agent for Hawaiiarf Islands,
Oor. FORT and XB1G fits.. Honolulu
For Expert Repairs on Dleycle, Me
jarcycle, Automobiles, etc., call on
J. 5 Santos,
Deck o' Peter's,
HONE 381. UNION St.
Whol.-jjit mipLMtra ana Jobbtm
AMERICAN OHV GOOftt.
PDBT ami uL? "'j
3ULDING MATERlir I
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN &. ROBINSON,
lueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
H FOR ALL
See Our Window
5 CENTS TO 30 CENTS
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
Of All Kinds And DMoriptioni At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Berttanit.
BBAUTITfl PICTURES AXD
reduced to a low price nt
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMTHQ CO,
K. HIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDER8, PAIN.
TIR9. PAPER HANGERS d
lactnd Hud Lnffbir, Doors aij
' Saskci ttoBElt tad Soli.
KIVQ ST., PAlAMA JTOOTWIf,