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BVENINO BtflXBtlN, HONOLULU, T.'ll,. WKDNESDAY, MAY 27. 100S.
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SOIE DU MONDE
Soft, silky material, elegant designs and colon 30 a yd.
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Fine and sheer material, entirely "new designs, dainty colorings
25t a yd.
Sheer and washable, in silk designs '. 35 a yd.
New and pretty in beautiful colorings, champagne, lavender, reseda
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NEW WASH VOILES
In striped and figured plaids, entirely new very stylish 25 a yd.
CROSS-BAR PRINTED DIMITY
In polka and ring dot designs, very pretty colors 25c a yd.
NEW PRINTED BATISTE '
New designs, dainty colorings, fine quality 15 a yd.
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In large floral designs, all colors 35(5 a yd.
In large and small floral designs, splendid colorings. ,25 and 30 yd.
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In plain and cross-bar effects, pretty floral designs, perfect coloring,
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that Picture knock around without a,Frame any longer.
In our big stock of over 1,000 new frames, with 300
different kinds, there is just the one that will set off your
picture to the best advantage.
They are handsome frames, in French Gold, Green
Gold, Satin Finish, and Oxidized Silver, all personally se
lected in New York by the proprietor.
PRICES ARE FROM 30c TO $4.50.
' ALL SIZES AND SHAPES.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRB AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
,s)fciBIia'itoiIa"A!''.Jk-N .TjjjJiACl ' fi'it.W.-t. ..
During May and June, the mem
bership fee of the Harrison Mutual
Association has been reduced to $3.
for adults and $1.50 for children.
J. H. TOWNSEND Secretary
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Many Jars At Meeting
Tim session of llio Stiporvlnors lust
evening, though of a rmillno char
ncter, wna very much enlivened by a
few pastures at nrnm, between the
chair and tho men nboiit (ho omclal
board. Tho cllmnx enmo near the list,
when Mr. Archer demanded to ece
lilnns for a culvert In tho Ewa district,
and announced that they wero not
'acceptable" to him. and that hu
thought tho engineer tdiould huvu
mado tho arch In a semicircular tihaiic.
County Engineer Obro objected to tho
impeachment or bin Judgment, and
look occasion to tell Mr. Archer that
ho wan talking about ROmuthlng of
which, ho know nothing.
And all tho time, ..Mr. Hustaco was
halng tlie time of his life, at his same
oui job, asking tho Supervisors to
stick to tho English tonguo in tho
heated course of their nrgument. In
cidentally, tho matter of tho bridge
was finally amlcnbly nettled by the
allowance asked being mado when all
tho objectors had been convinced that
tho County Engineer thought ho knew
somothlng about drawing a plan.
Thoso present at tho meeting were:
Chairman Hustaco, Supervisors Kern,
Dwlght, Harvey, Cox, Archer, Kealo
ha, Clerks Kalauokalanl, Aoa, nuffan
dealt, County Engineer Gore, Col. Sam
Johnson, V. I,. Krazce, V. It. 81ms,
Klro Chief Thurston, II. T. I.ako, mem
bers of tho press.
Whof (ho bills wero being allowed,
a representative from tho Salvation
Army Homo canio In, wanting to have
tho matter of nn appropriation of pub
lic funds for a homo acted on, and was
told that the matter was In tho hands
of a committee, which would report
on It later.
Squabble Over Bills.
Illlls were not allowed without fric
tion. Two, one from tho Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company, and one
from tho police committee, wero the
subjects of animated and impassioned
Tho chairman remarked that tho bill
from the Inter-Island, which was for
roal, had an' Hem for sacking, while
tho original order had called for coal
In bulk. Tho bill was finally allowed,
whon It had been understood that all
future orders wero to be for coal In
Tho commlttco on pollco affairs had
taken tho authority necessary to al
low tho expenditure of quite a neat
sum for "repairs." Among tho Hems
wero soma for varnish and calclmlu
Ing, and tho like, and In view of the
fact that tho department had been
llniltcd to n certain sum for expendi
tures, and was behind or. expenses.
Air. lluttnco thought tho matter should
havo been referred to tho Board. A
lively chut arose, but tho thing wab
passed an boon as It was put up to
Over tho ratification of two appoint
ments by County Engineer doro of
two assistants, roso a battle of
tongues. Mr. Archer and othors
thought Gero might havo dono all of
the work about his office and outside,
too, If ho had not meddled, as they
claimed, with other Jobs.
"Ho goes down, Mr. Chalimaii," said
Mr. Archer, "where tho work on the
roads Is going on, anil growls tho
"From what I hear, ho has tho right
to growl them, nnd reason." Bald
"I don't bcllcvo ho has tho right,"
was tho retort.
And almost immediately there, camo
up a squahblo over the allowing of a
raise In tho, salary of Miss Achuck, in
tho County Attorney's office. Two
salaries had been reduced, thoso of
Mr. Cummlngs and of tho stenograph
er and Mr. Cummlngs' salary had been
restored to Its former figure, whllo
that of tho girl remained at twenty
dollars less. Atcr a process which
resembled drawing cyo teeth, tho Su
pervisors decided that they could af
ford to nay tho girl what tho County
Attorney said she was worth, and de-
Dills -Allowed woro:
Electric light department, $864.07.
Police and flro alarm system, $85.34
lload Dopt. (queen St.) $079.20.
Pollco Department, 1021. lit.
ltoad Dopt. (road tax) SG295.GI.
Kootattlon roart district, $101.80.
Walanatt road district, $28.73.
Walalua-road district, $82.50.
Walalua road DIs. (mules) $r27.
Koolaupoko road DIs. (mutes) $."173.
Fixed salaries, $1070.
County Clery, $170.
Keepers of Parks, f loo.
County Auditor, $12."i.
Electric Light Department, $.158,
Pollco and fire alarm system, $92.50,
County Attorney, lino.
Klro Dcpaitment, $1891.80.
County Treasurer, $125.
County Engineer, $212.50.
Pol leu Department, $3280.50.
lload Department, $730.
Garbage. Department, $lfl..
Hawaiian band, $015.
The followlng.communlcatlons were
read and ordered filed or referred to
tho proper authorities.
Honolulu, T. II., May 25, 1908.
Gentlemen: t havo had a call from
Mr. Cntlicnrt, County Attorney, who
has requested from mo Information In
reference to what has been dono by
tho Honolulu Kaplil Transit & Land
Co., In regard tu tho wooden block
pavement on queen street. 1'or your
Information, I would slate that the
Honolulu Ilapld Transit nnd Land
Company lias been notified to con
struct tho pavement In accordance,
with tho general specifications, as
adopted by tho Iloard of Supervisors,
nnd the matter Is only awaiting tho
preparation of special detail covering
tho (rack construction, the details be
ing prepared by tho Department of
Public Works. I havo to remain.
Very truly yours,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu. T. II.. May 25, 1908.
Gentlemen: I tnko pleasuro In In
forming you that tho necessary trans
fers havo been mado between tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and tho Campbell
Estate and Mary Lyman, for tho wld
cnlng of tho Diamond Head road.
There Is now nothing In tho wny of
your completing this work at any time
you may sco fit.
Very truly yours,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II.. May 25, 1908.
Gentlemen: Complaint has on sev
eral occasions reached this Depart
ment from tho Association of Masters,
Mates and Pilots, Honolulu Harbor
No. 54, n regard to screening tho
electric lights on the waterfront of
Honolulu, an tho glate from these
lights makes It quite dllllcult In dock
ing vessels nt night.
I would most respectfully request
that you Instruct the Superintendent
of Electric Lights to have these
screens placed, tho cost of samo to be
borno by tho Department of Public
Very truly yours,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Re Police Protection.
A letter from T. II. Pctrle, secretary
of tho Wahlawn Consolidated Pineap
ple Co.,- asking that n doctor's bill,
duo Dr. II. Wood, of Walalua, for ser
vices In attending 11 .npancho who
had been wounded In defending the
property of tho company from n burg
lar, be paid out of thu public funds,
In compensation for the lack of iiallco
protection. Tho matter was referred
to County Attornoy Cathcart.
W. Lnrscti wrote asking for permis
sion to sprinkle tho street In front of
his School street residence with crude
oil. Referred to road committee.
Jarcd O. Smith wroto asking that
tho road on tho southeast slope of
Punchbowl be repaired from tho head
of Ponsacoln street to when) It joins
tho Tantalus road. Referred to road
J. II. Hcrtschc wroto thanking the
Board for kindly interest taken In tho
matter of connecting tho generating
plant of tho Alexander Young hotel
with tho Hawaiian Hotel premises for
Illuminating purposes during the
Chan. Kuramoto, secretary of the
Japancso Baseball League, wroto ask
ing for tho 11 so of thu Atkinson Park
on Sunday afternoons, beginning May
24. Tho chair said that tho Board had
nothing to do with the park In ques
tion. In rcsponso to a request by Govern
ment Electrician W. L. Krazeu; It was
voted to grant him a seven months'
Tho employment by County Engi
neer Gero of K. I). Loomls as assistant
engineer and D. Kaumi ns cbalnman,
nt salaries of $130 ami 35 per mouth,
It was decided to raise tho salary ot
Miss Achuck, steuogiapher of the
County Attorney's oince, to $100 a
mouth, tho Salary which was paid tu
tho former stenographer, Miss Perk
Ins. A potltlon wns read from residents,
taxpayers and property-owners re
questing that the makiil half of Kqln
kaua nvenuo from Kalla or Jolm Ena
road, Wnlklkl, and extending town
ward for a space of about 800 to 1000
feet In length, should bo attended to,
cither by macadamizing or oiling.
At 9:55 p. m. the meeting adjourned
til Juno 3 at 7:30 p. m.
STATEMENT OF, CASH ON HANI)
MAY L'li. Hills.
To balance on hand May 20
To warrant for May from
House and Lot on Lilian,
Street, near Vineyard,
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO, ... 74 S. KIN9 ST.
iiiYi Tilloi.MtBfii'' 11111 1 .in i - mini'
The plague lrr lmully a disease ol the tit
The Citizen!1 Health Committee' wain-
Ine ol dsneer from plume epidemic em
phasise! the Imperative neceiilty ol
What lithe best way?
By using Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach
Paste, the moil reliable poison, and one
that drtvei the rats out ol the house to die.
It is recommended by the health author
ities, and Is bought and used by the U. S.
Oovernment in Ha light agalnitthe dreaded
uet dox 01 Bieams biecmc raaie loaaj
and help In the light to Iree our city (torn
the dangeroui rats.
Bold by Drucsliu and Oenera.' Stores every
where or itnl direct prepaid on r celptof prlct.
STUMS' tUCTSK rutt CO.. Irifilt, . I., . s. a.
Balance of April estimate .$ .1,211.08
May estimates , 30,515.00
Wntcr-Whcel and labor ftir
electric light department.. 4,000.00
Block pavement, queen St.. 11,083 S9
Mixer for queen street .... 500.00
Wahlawn bridge, bnlnnco.. 228.10
Knuualn bridge, balance ... 571.75
To warrant for Juno from
ROAD TAX FUND ON HAND MAY
Ewa nnd Wnlanao 10,089.11
.$75, 1 1 1.23
Tho first copy of tho Newport Mall,
Lincoln County, Oro., has been re
ceived. It Is of special Interest, ns
the editors of the paper, n lively S
page, newsy sheet, tire John Fleming
Wilson and E. P. Irwin, both of
whom hnvo worked on Honolulu pa
pers, tho latter being until n short
tlmo ago on tho K 11 1 1 0 1 1 n stulT.
Tho editors outline their policy in
tho leading editorial, which reads In
part bb follows:
Tho Newport Malt Is 11 new paper.
This first Ifasuc, wo hope, speaks for
Itself. Wo nre lit business to sell
news. We havo no other object than
to present the happenings of Lincoln
County in readable and correct form;
wo intend to chronicle fully tho his
tory of our community nnd tell what
happens to our citizens bo earnest
friendly mid helpful. The editors of
Tho Mali tiro of a cheerful dlsposl
tlon. Their digestion is good, their
sloop undisturbed, their temper so
rcno. Thoy bcllcvo that now Is the
great moment in tho llfo of our
county and our town. They uio un
willing to sit back and watch. They
Intend tu bo active In the present
progress toward belter things.
Bishop Hall, Oahu College
Saturday Eve., May 30
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