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EVENING B-JUAT1N, HONOLULU. T. It., WEDNESDAY, AVIt. 29, 190S
fwwwwwwwwH WORDY WAR WHEN
1 RUGBY A
A Man's Oxford I
VGU cannot mistake
I our RUGBY. It
style and snap. In
a general way only,
it is like other shoes.
Specifically it is dif
ferent. AsK to see
the RUGBY. Stock
number 36 L.
Hustacc and Archer Clash Over Ques
tion of Charity Cofer
Wars on Rati.
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Yoor Health, Sir!
In a full, foaming glass of
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. April 29.1908
Ladies' Embroidered Belts, 25c to $1.00
Kid Belts, all colors, 50c
Elastic Beits, 50c to 75c
FINEST BELTS FOR THE MONEY IN HONOLULU.
JL0 AllOy, Nuuauu below Holel
MUM Uft WXMIIW t W-kWMt wm
Fiiie lot from the celebrated potteries of the EDWIN M. KNOWLES
CHIMA COMPANY, OHIO.
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, and Everything the Very Latest in the
Crockery Line. Also some decorated Austrian Dinner Sets.
LEWIS & COMPANY, LTD.
CEOCKSRY AND GLASSWARE
160 KING STREET.
m iwu yr iwp ay.ww4Mmi u m
I LENT IS 0VH
Now we all can eat just the best
of everything. The place to get
that very same is at
I Seottv s
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
MEXT TO YOUNG BLOC. VS-1DO KINO STREET.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and dc
Eciintion made to order. Roller woik
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigatioxi
purpose; a specialty. Particular at
tcntion paid to JOR WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Ticture Framing a Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST,
The unlet routine of the Supervl
eoih' meeting InBt evening was upset
nml the room made lively for awhile
with thrust and counter-thrust, re
tort nnil high words, when Spuervl
. or Archer took exception to Chnlr
nian Hustnce's attltuilc on a llttlo
matter of a leanest for charity, unil
made an Impassioned speech of such
i-loiiuonie that he moved himself to
teara anil Mr. llustace to livid pas-don.
It wan iliirlns the leading of com-
inuiilciitlons, when one Lame up from
MlhS (!. I.lliblc McAbee, asking that
die lie given an opportunity to have
it talk with the Hoard In regard lei
llnnnclal help for tin- Salvation Ar
my'B Industrial' home for women and
hlldren. Ilustnro said, after the
letter wai read, that Judgo Dolo had
spoken to 111 m nhout the matter, ami
that he had told the Judgo that he
did not sec how he could advocate
the Hoard tendering uld for the In
.tltiitlcm. "Arc ou pan, Mr. llustace?" de
manded Archer, with badly supplci
"Yes," wild Mr, llustace.
Then Mr. Archer asked, after an
Impassioned Introduction, If Mr.
llustace was (ho whole Hoard, and
until that he should have conferred
with tho Hoard on the matter.
At the end of a short tilt with the
Chair, In 'which .Mr. llustace said the
matter wax before the Hoard, Mr.
Archer broke Inln Hawaiian, but
was asked by Mr. llustace in stick
Mr. Aicher made tho argument
that money Is being uxpcndod for
parka and imisti', aud roads anil
bildgcn, and nothing can ho spared
for future citizens of Hawaii, somo
uf whom may become, good citizens,
mid een Supervisors. Hustaco put
his aigiiment on the giound of In
julllcleut lluances. Dwlght nnd Har
vey tried to pour oil on the tumbled
waters, but failed. llustace alto
failed to switch tho lino of argument
n (T onto nrc-nlnrm boxes, and llnally
Aicher moved that a committee bo
appointed to meet Miss McAbcu and
talk the matter over.
llustace ruled tho motion out of
order and lefcrred tho matter to the
Ways nnd Means Committee.
Tlm.-e present at tho meeting
were: Chairman llustace, Supervi
sors Dwlght, Tcin, Harvey, Cox, Ar
cher, Kealoha; Assistant County At
torney Mllverton; Clerks Kalauoku-
lanl, Aca, ituffandenu; V. I., l'razee.
Colonel Sam Johnson, County Kngl
neer Uere, Flto Chief Thurston, C. S.
Holloway, and representatives of tho
The minutes of tho last meeting
having been rend nnd approved, tho
following hills were ordered paid:
Walalua road district, $S0.G9; Ko-
olauloa road district, SI'S. GO; Com
missions collecting road tax, Cwa,
$210.26; commissions collecting
road tax, Walanue, $l!:i.52; commis
sions collecting road tax, Walalua,
$8.70; Walanao road district, SIi&O;
County Clerk, S170; County Attor
ney, $400; Knplolaul IMrk, J16G;
llri, department, J1S32.50; road de
partment, $730; garbage department
$10.'.; police department, ?32G2.GO;
electric light department, $3G0.7d;
police and (lro alarm system, !5;
County Treasurer, $125; fixed salar
ies, $1(170; pouudmaster, $30; Coun
ty Auditor, $125; keopers of parkb,
$100; Hawaiian band, $G3C; County
I.'iiKlueer, $212. SO; keepers of parks,
$25.23; County Attorney, $5; Koo-
Inupoko road district, road tax, $1,
137.25; coioucr's fees, $(i0.
Owing to tho fact that old bills
have been coming in fiom the I'ark
Commission, which tho Supervisors
do not understand, tho park nppio.
prlatlou for this mouth was cut out
Tho following communications
wero lead: '
Honolulu, Hawaii, Apr. 28, 1908.
To tho Honorable lleurd of Supervi
sors, County of Oahu, Honolulu.
Gentlemen: Tho undersigned, tho
Henry Wntcrhouso Trust Company,
Limited, hereby respectfully petitions
j our honorable body to take Immedi
ate measuies to grado and macadam
lzo lllshop btrcct extension from King
In Merchant, and In tho ovent of
your deciding to tin this, tho under
signed hereby agrees to bear tho ex-
penso of curbing said thoroughfare.
We urgo promptness In this matter,
believing that It will aid tho Dele
gate at Washington In netting a
speedy appropriation for tho build
ing Itself. ' .
Hoping for a fa'vorahlo action In
this matter, wo beg to remain,
Very truly youis.
IIBXKY WATHHIIOUSn TRUST
A. N. CAMPIIIJU,,
It was moved and carried that tho
County curb the street with tho un
dvistiiniling that it ho lelmbursed by
tho Waterhouso Trust Co.
Honolulu, T. II., April 28, 1908.
Gentlemen: I havo to Inform yo'i
that tho Territorial (lovernmciit Uav
tecured nnd Is now the ownor of the
IAMB OP STOCK
M E RCAST ItE
1 Rrewrr Ac Co.. ....
Run riantnltoii O ....
Mawatlati Ai(rtc ("n...
Hlw Com & Suff Co ..
Konomu URar Cn .
HonoRJillSiiKnr Co . ..
KAltuVu Plantnllnti Co
Klpatiutu Suftar Co . . ..
Kolot Sunr Co ....
Mcllrytlebunnr Co ....
Claim SiiRnx Co
OnomtaSuar Co .,,.
OokolaSn(,ar Plant Co
OIm SKr Co Mil ...
Taahau Riirt l'liit Co
I'ala riatitalinn Co
ajiju lie i
Pclrt-ckro Snc.ir Co....
Waialua Acrlc Cn
Wf'UikuSjeai Co ....
Waimr4 Snaar Mill Co
ltitcr-tlan.1 blcim N Co
Hon TI, Co ITcl
Mom R r I. Co Com
Mutual Tlrhlimi Co
Nahlk l Uibbcr Co.,
Nahiku KuMirr Co A.
Hon W ft M Co-Hiwall.-iM
llaw Tcr i pc
Ilflu Tcr 4! PC
llaw Tcr is pc
HawTcr ! pc
Haw Gov't P.
Ca I'ccl Suk .1i Kcl Co
ilalfcu Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Hitch I'n ,
Uittirr Illicit L
Maw Com Site Co U1
1 1 Ho R KCo Coti b pc
Hon R T It !. Co 6 p c
Kaituau r.aiii K.O o p c.
Oaltu K& I. Co6oc
Oaltu Suar Co s p c .
Claa Sjjnr Co 6 pc. .
1'JC- .Su. Mill Co, (I
raia riamaiioti lo ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 p c ,,
Walalua ARtl. Co s P c
rimri., i Ri
4 RI.IRRI J
Sales lletwecn Hoards. 4.".i) Olan,
$1; 45 Kwa. $28; 200 (Jlna. $1, 80 Oo
kala (85). $7; 20 Ookala ISM, $7; 33
Kwn. $28: 10 Oahu Sag. Co. $28.23;
32 Pioneer, $130; 53 Paaiiliaii. $17.50;
121 Mcllrydo. $4.C2V4; hm Pauuliau,
$17.50; 10 Walalua. $82 3". .11 O. It.
& I.. Co.. $95.50; 170 Olaa $1 Ses
sion: 50 Ookala, $7; 5 il.ihu Sag.
latest sugar quotation 4.4S5 cents
or $89.10 per ton; .
IF wo get a chance to put clothes on you, and
you get inside one of our
Hart, Schaffner & Marx
we guarantee that you'll ho uin the swiin" all
right so far as good style goes.
Drop in here any day ; it's
"Tho Home of Good Clothes"
ELKS BLDQ., KING near FORT.
London Beets, lis lll-4d
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Dspaitmani
Members Hentlulu Stock and Dond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Manatcr,
FORT AND MERCHANT ST3.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
extension uf Bishop street between
Merchant and King streets, and
would most respectfully request that
jou, at )our earliest opportunity, re
niovo tho fences, and open, erndo and
macndamlzo tho Mim to Hue and
Very truly youis,
"He evidently doemi t know wo
havo a government," remarked Hus.
A letter from Admiral Very was
read highly commending tho services
of I'lro Chief Thurston and Assistant
Flic Chief Dcerlng, In dealing with
tho recent fires In the naval coal
The following communication from
President Cofer of tho Hoard of
Health was read and icfcrred to the
Honolulu, Hawaii, Apr. 24, 1S0S.
To S. C. Dwlght, Usq., Chairman,
Iload Committee, Hoard of Su
Dear Slr:--I have to Invito your
attention to (ho uo.ud sidewalks now
In use at tho places designated below,
and ask your aid In having them le
placed by gravol or temeiit walks. In
their picsent condition they aro pol
led rat harbors, and are not only for
this leason detrimental to tho public
health In the long run, when such a
dlscaso iih bubonic plaguo is to ho
taken Into consldeiatlon, but they
act at tho present time as a distinct
Impediment to our work of ridding
the town of rats.
Locution of board sidewalks;
T, Yano, 108-170 Vineyard Btrect.
Hop Kcc, inauka-Walklkl corner
I.lllha and Vlneyaid sticets.
Lam Yip, inauka-Walklkl corner
Ulver and Kukul streets.
Lau Choc, Kukul stieet, Walk 1 1; I
Y. M. Wee, 114 llcretanla avenue.
Geo. Lycurgus, 1275-1293 Ittvor
Leo ng Duck Ylng, makal-Walklkt
corner Kukul and Ulver Btroots,
C. K. Al, Stnr block, makal-Kwa
corner Kukul and Kort streets.
Alnkea street, comer Queen street
All tho balanco of district bounded
by Horetnnia avenue, Ulver and Aln
kea btreots and city front havo co
ntent sidewalks with this one excep
tion. Yours very tiuly,
L. i: COI'KIt,
President, llo.ud of Health.
Fleet commltteo of Oakland makes
nppca! for mote generous contribu
tions of Fleet funds.
LOCAL iND GENEIUL
3W Only thirty school-teachers '
will be taken to the Coast summer
school. By the Bulletin Vaca
tion Plan all the teachers in Hawaii
may go anvwhere they please at.
A clean City meant health. I
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyds. StbN. j
Hlg cut In eiubiotderles this week
at Illom's. j
can at ino mil lo tin omco Tor a
Honk! Honk! Call 1111, J. A. Me
Leod, for tho pleasantcst nuto ride.
Tako your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carrlago Manly. Co.. for
Why not spend the summer at on
of tho Heaslde Cottages? nngago a
The Carrie Jncohs-Houd smuts hao
Just aril ivd and urn now on sale at
tint Hcrgstroin Music Co.
To enjoy tho beat ride In an auto In
Honolulu ring up 2S0 for Jim QuIuuV
now Boven-seated rterless.
The final rehearsal of "Tho Mascot"
(not dress) will be held In tho Ojiorn
I Inane this eenlng at 7:30.
Ilium's shirt-waist sale will bo a
great ovent. (let thero early mid ben
efit by tho mnnoloux prices.
Try tho boor at tliu Hoffman. K-
ery glass Just as cold as It should bl
and as snappy as cun ho durlrod.
igiilaaldo Is expected to nasi
through Honolulu In about three
mouths, en route to tho mainland.
Ho sure and "tako In" thu dance al
the Seaside thtk evening for It Is go
Ing to be one of tho best of the sea
Tliure aro four now schoolhoiisea
under courso of consti action outside
of the now High School building in
The Cleaners will meet at 3 p. in.
today at the Castlu Jioiuo in Maiioa
Vnlley. Hov. W. 1). Westcrvelt will
Louisa Testa died Monday night
from pneumonia after a short illness.
Sho was burled In tho Maklkl ceme
A glass of Prlmo beer taken with
your meals will make you feel better
all day. It rebuilds wasto tissue, and
restores lost cuorgy.
II U. Ken ton, draughtsman In the
Survey Department, will booh begin
work on a group map of these Islands
for use In tho schools.
Order your mngazlues nnd nuwepa
pers from tho mainland through Wall,
Nichols Co., Ltd., who take subscrip
tions at publishers prices.
Tom Qulnn has gone Into tho auto
hack business with a flno four-passenger
Ilulck and Is proparod to furnish
the best possible sorvlce. Phone 361.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.: Fhone 143.
Why not havo music of tho highest
class always In your homo? Get a
Victor Talking Machine now from tho
Uorgstrom Music Co., on their easy
Tho baud will play tho steamer
Aorangl oft today. Thero will bo no
evening concert, as thu hand will take
part at tho final rehearsal of "The
Miibcot" this evening.
Tho Judgment of condemnation in
tho lllshop street which glveB tho land
for street widening along the Mnhuka
situ was filed for record with Regis
trar Merriam yesterday.
Tho Alexander Young Cafo Is serv
ing genuine Hoston pork and beans
and brown bread In tho real Hoston
stylo, They aro mndo fresh every
Wednesday qui! Saturday.
Tho White Steamer Is tho best for
touting, hlll-cllmblng, and fast going,
yet Its mechanism Is so slmfilo that
nit) 0110 can oporato It. Tho von
Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., agonts.
Jennie Williams has brought suit
ngalnst II. L. Williams, filr dhorcu
Williams Is tho man who lost mono)
trying to boom "Volcano" water here.
Ho was last heard of at Tonopah.
A. K. Kliiidseu called on Acttag-(ov-ornor
Mott-Snilth yesterday afternoon
to consult him about cutting trees,
which ho wishes to uso for fence posts
on tho government lands which nru
under leuso to tho Kmidscns,
In ordor to reduce tho largo stock
of hosiery that the L. II. Korr Co has
on hand, tho prices havo huen cut to
cost on ladles', gentlemen's and chil
dren's storklngs. It will certainly
pay over) one to take advantage o(
Suncys of tho Kapaa village site
on the Island of Kauai aro now being
completed by Fred B. Harvey. Oilier
surveys on this Island nru for Echool
sites, and of the land which tho gov
ernment Is proponing to oxchnngo
with tho Makeo Sugar Company,
always make a home more attractive,
small, if you get some of our
And the cost is very
Terra Cotta Flower Pots
They are the cheapest and the most attractive,
give the best service.
We have poM for flowers, plants, and ferns, in all
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING STREET.
with a bit of real Yorkshire pudding cooked with the
beef so that the bastings mingle with it is a dlih which
even dyspeptics enjoy. We sell the beef, make the pud
ding at home,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
oprotiTK Youua hotei
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
Tke Ture.kred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of T. B., A. J. 0. C, Ko. 80247,
ti Onenon lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. 62304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
J. M. LEVY & CO.
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tomales, Enchiladas, Spare Bibs,
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
buying your material. We think we can show you what
you require at prices that will SUHPRISE you. Ask to be
shown our HEW LAWNS and other goods, at
E. W.Jordan & Co., Ltd.
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