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"EVENING BULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 10S
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Exceptionally good valucj in
White Crochet Bed Spreads, hemmed all ready for use, $1.00.
White Bed Snreadi, full size, at $1.25.
White Bed Spreads, extra quality, at $1 .50.
White Marseilles Bed Spicads, full 3izc, S?2.t0.
White Maneilles Bed Spreads, extra good quality, full size, at
Crochet Bed Spreads for single beds, extra good quality, correct
size, at 91.25.
Ciib Bed Spreads, extra heavy quality, right size, at $1.25.
Made of good white cotton, all ready for use.
SHEETS, 54x90 00
SHEETS, 03x00 G0
SHEETS, 72x00 70
Stripes and figures, yard wide, 10 yard.
A special in
Lindsay Hose Supporters
Satin-gored Belt, felt finish buttons, in all colors, 75c quality
55; G5o quality, 45.
A special in
Bouble faced, rich coloring's and designs.
30c quality 25 A YARD
40c quality 30tf A YARD
A special in
Embroideied Mercerized Madras, 40c duality, 25 a yard.
Fancy Fink Ciepe, 60b quality, 35 a yaid.
light Blue and Pink, 15c qunlity, 10 each.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
saer the store with the money-back policy
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furnish y ouwith j list
what you want in the
Furniture or Rug Line.
We hare a big stock to pick
'from and our Prices are the
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid. Stores
New Sh i p m e n t
Famous "B" Brand CEYLON TEA
in little gunny sacks,
Henry May & Co., Ltd
CHOICE CUT ROSBS. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
But "Mean" Board Re
fused To Stand
Siiponlsor Archer rio full nt to
liln foollims cm tlio mibjoct of liulillo
comfort BtiitloiiH at tlto myelitic of the
Ilo.inl taut nli.ht. 'Iho matter una
tiroiiKlit lieioro tlio ntlontlou of Hie
iiiciiiliorH when tlio clerk lend u com
mimlcutloii fiom pcciol.ny of tho
ISoLinl of Hciiltli Cliuilock, iMitlnliiK
.1 httor fiom Insppctoi , (5 Kitn
1 1 1 c 1 1 Kau u )l.in for comfort xtu
tloni Hint st (mill mako each ono com
$700. At tho lloanl of Health meet
liiK liuhl on .M.i) I. It nt ileclileil la
ri'ioumicml (hat tlio Supcrvlsora be
uttkuil to nppioprlatu $1100 for two ol
Aicher fmoroil llio pi m. nml mil.
"Wo hncn't nny money for Mich
thtiiKH," K.ihl Chnlrmnu llustaco. "Wi
have roads to tiulld "
"Oh, Kimlsl" Kiilffcil Archer, In con
"Mr. Clinlrmnn," contlniieil tho per
distent member of the IiohoiuIiIm llo.in:
of HupcivlsorH,! "nhnt hau ro.ulH It
ilo tltli the Health of thin comity. A
mnn can fall off on a bail roail ann
hrealc his head, but ho won't illu: Inn
If a man gotx pliiKiio, lm Ik muo coltii.
to die. The health or this County h
tho thing, Mr. Chalriran."
In lliu mc.intlmo Charley Huntaci
wiih lnmy. bIkhIiis documents, but lit
stopped long enough to ask Mr. Arch
cr to kindly Incorporate his Ideas lute
"I mute, Mi. Chairman, that no up
pioprlato J1400 for tho erection of twi
public comfort station," said Archer
and Immediately punched Kcalohl
plaj fully In tho ribs mid asked him U
"kokua It." Kcaloha didn't feel llki
It, so Archer gazed nppcalingl)
around tho table, meeting. Iiottmer
only stony and iinsjmpathctlc glaiico
The motion died for lack of a second
Tho rent of tho meeting ttns purel
of a routine business nature, bills b.
lug p.iBi-cd and reports from heads o
ilepirtnients being read. ,
Mru Chler Thurston stated In hi
report that his department had an
swered four calls duilug tho month o
April, with the propel ty loss cstUnat
ed at S18.T28.13, property at risk' cot
eied by Insurance amounting to S27
350, and tho liabilities of Insurant
companies amounting to 118,728.13.
A communication was read from tin
Honolulu Construction Draing Com
pany. In which they asked for tlio ubi
of n roller to nt.slst In tho hauling o
tho heay guns to tho Diamond Hem
fortifications. Tho Hoard granted thi
request, charging tho company $15 pc
day for the ueo of tho roller.
Ttto petitions were read, ono askln
for tho location of an old load at Ka
lua, mid tho other requesting that th
Hoard glto sufllclent coral material t.
fill In a certain lano near tho resldcnc
of Alexander I.owts and others. The
weio rcfoired to (ho road comnilttoi
Deputy County Attornpy Milt trio.
guo It as Ills opinion that tho Uoar
would liato nothing to do with regui
to tho wiring of poles fiom tho Moan
Hotel to tho Hojal Hawaiian. Ho nls
bi ought up tho glitter ordlnauco In th.
Honolulu, May 12, 1D08.
To the Honorahlo Hoard of Supcrvh
ois of tho Count) of O.ilni, T. 1
r,intluncn: Helutlto to :i comini
ulc.itioii imdcr dato or Apill 21), l'JUt
of Marslou Campbell, V.it , Supcrlc
temknt of 1'ubllo Works of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii, a copy of which wa
enclosed In a letter to thin departmen
dated May 8, 1008. from 1). Kalatioki
laid, Ji County Clerk of tho Count
of O.ilni, mid In which letter Ml
Campbell states tint ho has lubtructci
tho building InspectiM to (mulsh bin
with n llt.t or tho buildings havlm
nunlngs iniprotlilfd with gultors, ant
In whlc.li ho requests that tliu lloau
instruct tho County Atloiuey to prt
liiro u Warrant or I'enal Sumnions uj
on his complaint for tho piosicullo
of pciMins owning bulhlliigs upo
which uro uwnlugs unprovided wlti
I would btiilo that arrangement
h'lto been mado by this departmen
with tho Attorney (leuciul wiieieb
this depiitmeiit will prcp.no tho nee
Qgsjiy Warrant or Suiiiiikmis, and wll
tiy such taso or cases ns It may b
deemed advisable to liihtltuto, as sooi
ns wo receive tho necessary Infoiinn
lion from tho Supcrlntiudtiit of Pub
Very truly jours,
FltUU. W MII.Vi:itTON,
Deputy County Attorney, County of
Oahii, Territory or Hawaii
Tho following hills were presented :
I'tro department $611.10
Hnwiillan baud 3 GO
(larbago department 115 GI
Kaplolanl Park 371.23
County Clcik ...1 26G5
County Kuglnecr 77 36
Walnluii road district USD 01
Walanao road district . .. 221.00
i:n road district GI2 23
Koolaulol load district .... 731 00
Com. col load tax (Honolulu) 2.90
Com. col road tux (Walalua) .. fl 10
Kwii load district . . 83'J .19
Comity Clerk ...170.00
County Attornnj . . .. AQOOii
Keepers or parks .. .. 100 00
Kaplolanl Park . 132 50
tlarlngc Department .. 105 0C
Hind ilnpirtliicut 730 0C
Klectrlc light department .. 3C0.75
Police and fire alarm system . U7.H0
County Engineer 212 50
I'lro department 17732C
PolUo department 1287.G0
Hawaiian Hand 031 GO
FREAR EXPIAINS REASON
Secretary Mott-Sinltb iccelved n
short letter from (loveinor I'rcar thh
morning, ami also ono from Mcllrlde,
although neither or them contain ins
tiling or Importance. Tin Coventors
letter wns written on M it 3id, and he
stated that ho would liavo for (lit
Hast the following morning, although
Mrs. Prear at that time was not feel
ing very well. Ho said that Mcllrlde
had had talks with Major Tat lor mill
jx-Maor Phelan regarding plans for
the entertainment of the lltet, and It
tvns lor this icason mat lie cabled
Honolulu to go slow until word had
come from Mcllrlde with his sugges
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Je A. OILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
(Continued from Face 1)
lines given by, the Survey Depart
ment. I thought tlieio was some
thing wrong, nnd I immediately, aft
ir tho first lough suite) had been
undo and Btakcs set, in tile another
survey according to the descriptions
'mulshed me by the department.
They tallied. Then I went to the
leoplo who, had the first surve)
nade, and went over the work with
'hem. The description furnished m
y the Survey Depaittiunt again tai
led with the old survejs, so far as 1
ould find out, nnd accordingly 1
ould do nothing '"" go ahead with
Tho matter was discussed for u
'evv minutes by the lln ird, but, as no
me seemed to full understand the
imposition, It was passed up to Su
pervisor Dwlght, as cljatrman of the
tond Committee, to Investigate. Then
ame another startling feature. Chali
nan Ihtstace told Hoad Supervisor
lam Johnson not to got ahead with
he work an) further until the mat
er was settled
"The work Is practically finished
low," stated tho Colonel, This meant
hat If the line of the Btrcct had to
10 changed, all of the work that has
iceu dono up to dato would have to
ie torn up, and new work done, ro-
lilting In nu additional unnccessaij
lxpenso to the County or Torrltoi)
"If this has to bo done," said
Chairman Hustutc, "I don't bellow
hat It Is up to tho County to come
hrough with the money. It Is llu
an It or the Tenltoriul officials, and
lot the emplojis of tho County."
Thus ws the matter treated b
ho Hoard of Supervisors.
Superintendent or Public Worki
Uarston Campbell, after working nl
nost tho entire night and spending u
;ood deal or time this morning, has
ho lights scuii oil to certain pioji
trty on each side or the street, and
tlthougli theie are buildings on the
'or IK is now mid for that reason tho
it net will still bo or thu width he
till havu foi the (lovoritnieiit I ui'l
hut will thcoictU.illy gtvo tho Hlsh
ip street extension Its right dlmen
ilons. Whether the overtime work
will do nny good uf. this Junctuie
emnliih to be seen. ,
Tho fact of tlio matter will bo that
'ho sidewalk on the Walklkl slilo uf
llshop street will ho shortened two
feet, vvhllo tho sldiwalk on tho Hwa
iltlo will bo oxteudul two feet. Tills
vlll put tho centei of tlio stieet in
rno ngnt line, nun still givo It tliu
oirect width" rrom cuib to cmb of
'orty feet. M.uston Campbell Is
.'cry emphutlc In his statements tlinj
ho matter has been fully adjusted
Hoad Supcivi&oi Sam Johnson is
tho ono who has the largest objection
'omlng. Ho will have to tnKo up the
whole of the cuiblug that ho has put
)u tlio street and movo it. On tlio
Walklkl side ho will mako the Bide
walk two reel narrower nnd on the
3ttu side it will ho moved over the
It now Is known that testimony bo
fore tho Now York grand Jury wab
So tho effect that hundreds of thou
lands or dollars or tho funds or the
Metropolitan Street Railway and Its,
llllod concerns wiro paid to politi
cians to "grouse tho machinery" or
Tho djlng declaration or an Infidel
s not competent testimony In a rnur
lei trial, nccoullng to a decision ren
lered by tho Mississippi Supicmo
court. The murdered man wns an In
fldcl ami his djlng statement was
ruled out, .4 &iC ,IBK&
A ladles' hat that will be popular, but
cence of elegance without extravagance.
never common. The qulntes
The Fleet Sailor
The Merry Widow Chrysanthemum
Large American Beauty Roses
French Foliage and Marguerites
Gold Bands, Cerise Novelties
Our flor-l display came to ui erect from Parle. Note the tags. Theie
rotes cannot be duplicated.
All of which are shown exclusively at
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
GAS put in
Make Your Bread Taste Better
by adding a little good Apple Butter I It makes you for
give indifferent bread, while good bread and good apple
butter make an irresistible combination. We do not hesi
tate to recommend the kind we sell, for it is
HEINZ APPLE BUTTER
We authorize your grocer to refund your money if you
do not like it, but no ono hns ever asked us to make that
guaranty good. We sell a great deal of it, too.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Houses For Rent
310. 2 bedr., liliha St.
$10.-2 bedr., Kuakini St.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
$6. Storo on Emma St, between 2
schools. Splendid Opening for a
man and wife.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KING ST.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAH,
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
Fin Job Printing t the Bulletin.
PUREST and BEST !
There is as much difference in drinking water as in
anything else. So there is in' carbonated waters. We do
not know how to manufacture flat soda water, but we have
the "know-how" of making the best there is in the city.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. O. S. LEITHEAD, Monger.
E. M1YATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN-
TEES, PAPER HANGERS xaA
Second Hand Lufor, Boon and
Sashes Boieht ind Sold.
KUtd ST., PALAMA JUNCT1UN.
HOLLYWOOD PRINT PICTURES
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING
1050 Nuuanu. '
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Fajoms, Shirt Waists, Fancy
"K. Fukuroda, f
HOTEL STREET NRilt BETHEL,