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fcVENINQ nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. lI.,!niiDAY; iUNR 20, 1008.
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We Close at 1 p.m. Tomorrow,
' Shop Early -.
Special Inducements for
Appointed In Wilder'. Place Sheriff
Asked to Make Him Special
V. 10c quality TILL 1 P.M., 5e.
Ladies'' Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs, 35c quality,'
TILL 1 P. M., 20. '
Dotted Dress Swiss
White with black embroidered pin dots, 50 quality,
TILL 1 P. M., 35 a yard.
Linen Finish Sheets
Double-bed size. $1.00 quality, TILL' 1 P. M., 80 ea.
Medallion Applique Embroidery
30c quality, TILL 1 P. M., 20 a yard.
Silk Striped Challies
Neat designs. 60s quality, TILL 1 P.'M., 15 a vard.
Ladies' White Ribbed Vests
Low neck, no sleeves, .15c quality. TILL 1 P. M., 10.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE WITH'THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
Tho matter of principal Intorcst
which cnino up nt the meeting of tho
Supcrlsors lust night wns a request
by Chairman Hustnco that tho secre
tary request tho Slier I II to appoint
tho new examiner ot chauffeurs, 3. H.
.Ionian, n special officer without pay.
Mr. Iltintaco said: "Something has
Rot to ho done In regard to these
atitoi. W'c arc, going to have trouble
here. Wo are having It right now.
Wo don't want anyone appointed for
this placo who Is connected with nil
uutomolillo firm, or with any garage.
Wo want nn entirely Independent
man, who will. Ret out and do his
duty, as Mr. Wilder did. And I
want the secretary to nsk tho Sheriff
to appoint this examiner a special of
ficer without pay, so that ho can get
after somo of tho people who make
And this was done.
Three applications wcro read, upon
tho acceptance ot the resignation of
Wilder from tho position on account
of his departure from tho Territory.
They wcro from S. It. Jordan, E. A.
do Lovelace, and C. J. Schoenlng. Jor
dnn was accepted as being unconnect
ed with n garage.
Tho session of tho Supervisors was
puioly routine, and for tho most part
without any features to disturb tho
Hills allowed were: County Clerk,
$170; County Knglnccr, $22.50;
fixed sal'arlos.v $1070; keepers of
parks,' 100; County Auditor, $125;
poundmastcr, $30; County Attorney,
$410; 1'ollcc Department, ISlMS.sr.;
Commissions rollcctlnR road tax
(Koolauloa), $2.70; commissions col
lecting road tax (Koolaupnko), $4,-
80; Coroner's fees, $12; Koolaupoko
road district (Knllua), $70. OS; Coun
ty Treasurer, $125; Kaplolani Park,
$1 18.75; I'lre Department, $1832.50;
Iload Department, $697. GO; Garbage
Department, $105; Electric Light De
partment, $360.75; pollco nnd fire
alarm sjstoni, $90; Hawaiian band
G4I: .County Attorney, $30; Tiro
Department (horses), $S00.
'A. request by tho Republican Cen
tral Committee, for tho uso of Aala
Park and its handles for tonight's
meeting, which will bo addressed by
Secretary tiarflcld, was granted.
Tho Hawaiian Copra Co., by letter,
agreed, with tho assistance, ot others.
to mako a fill at. the rlco flcldon the
Painted and Repaired
The time to have your Auto or
Carriage Repaired is BEFORE it
The time to Paint is BEFORE it
begins to look shabby.
We furnish Rubber Tires for Autos
and Carriages. . , ,
All work first-class dnd guaranteed.
Kallua rond, nnd construct a bridge
iver tho nuwnl, In caso tho County
will construct tho road as far as the
rite field, and will further furnish
material for the brldgo and loan tho
tools. Tho letter was placed on file.
G. Chalmers wrote that tho road
fiom Wnlmanalo to tho Pall has
been In bad shape ever since tho win
ter rains. Ho asked thnt $100 be ex
pended at each end of tho mail this
month, not to do a first-class Job, but
to help matters some Hcfcrrcd to
it was moved and carried that
$750 he appropriated for the month
of July, to build the Kallua road from
the bridge to the bench. This amount
will bo hcreaftof Included in tho reg
ular estimates until tho road is com
pleted. A report from tho Hoard ot Hcnllh
on the condition of cemeteries in the
County was read and filed. It recom
mended that large cemeteries, which
would nlcct needs for 100 years, bo
preferred to smaller tracts in the
considerations of applications for
The usual bunch of bids for mate
rials cumo up nnd wns disposed of.
County Engineer Gcro asked that
$750 a month bo .set aside for tho
construction of a coral road from
Kahuku to Walalce. This Is the
worst piece of road of tho belt road
and during tho wet months Is practi
Gcro also recommended nn appro
priation of $150 With which to re
pair tho Walmannlo pall road.
Nothing will be dono till next
month, when Jho matter will be
again considered, Tho 'Hoard,
thought. that, the. County had all the
road work in tho outsldo districts on
Its hands at present that It could at
County Attorney Cathcart recom
mended that tho County had no legal
liability In tho matter of payment of
tho doctor's, fee for attending the
Japancso who was shot and killed on
March 19 while breaking Into the
store of tho Wall la wa Consolidated
Superintendent. of Public Works
Campbell wroto that C. W. Ilooth was
willing to deed to the Territory a.
strip of land forty feet In width
through his property, for tho exten
sion ot Judd street on a straight lino
to Auwnlollniu bridge, provided tho
street is accepted, curbed, graded'
and macadamized within a reasonable
length of time. Hcfcrrcd to the.
Present wcro Chairman Hustace
Supervisors Dwlght. Kern, Archer,
Kcaloha: Clerks Kahuiokalanl. Aca.
Huff andean; Road Supervisor Cum
min gs, Firo Chief liurston, County
Englnccr.Gcrc,. iofcitliolt. Deputy)
Cotftity "AttorneySuTvcrton, Clem
Qulnn. t ji -r
HE label on a
Cluctt shirt stands
for the best mate
rials, the most careful
workmanship, the most
accurate patterns, color
fast fabrics and that ex
clusive control of the
patterns which means so
much to the man who
strives to escape the
ordinary in his attire.
$1.50 nnd more.
CLUETT, rKABOnV fc COHtrANV, Tror. N.V.
Malcit of Arrow Collin )
ACHI DISTURBED THEM
The meeting of tho Supervisors Inst
night, howccr quiet, was not hold
without its little ripple. This time. It
was Charllo Achl who canned It all
In tho midst of a profound exposition
from tho Chnlr, Mr. Archer said: "Mr.
Chairman, there Is so much nolto out
side in Mr. Achl's clllco that I c.in't
Sounds of argumentation came dlB
tlnctly from across (ho hall.
"Mr. Archer," said lltist&ce, "I ap
point you a committee of ono to sec
Mr. Achl and nsk him to lie more
'.Mr. Chairman, protested Archer
"we lined to havu hero what did ou
'A sergeant-nt-arms," suggested the
Chair. "Mr. Uuffnmlcatt, will )ou
pleaso aBk Mr. Achl to bo less noisy?"
Tho acting sergeunt-at-nrms quelled
tho nolso by closing llio door to tho
room from which the sounds' arose.
DWIGHT 001 NERVOUS
Siiportltur Dnlstht got anxious las'
ocnhig when ho asked for an extr
thousand on his road work, nnd wa
told that he had been spending tot
much for tho last two or three month;
so tlieio was nothing doing, nnd II
must bo sattsfle.l with the S14.0C0 a
lowed, for tho month of July.
When Archer tried to moo that tin
estimate bo put nt a figure which
would hold Dwlght to tho $14,000, t!
latter testily told the other Supcrvl
or to Bit down, ns ho had, tho floo
and ho kept it long Miouiili to a
uounce that If any mnro complain
camo In, ho was "out of It," meanlnc
ostensibly. Hint he would leslgn th
chulrninnshlp of (lie Roads, Ilrlilge
land Parks Committee.
Oil was finally poured on tho trou
hied waters, mid Mr. Archer's moUo
passed, placing tho estimates at $12,
Six thousand tons of thu Mcxlciin'it
sugar enrgo reached tho ow York
market on tho 20th of the month and
Bslievc in Lucky Numbers.
All friends of Piinahnu am please
with the weather today as there is t
bo it cry lutcicstlng fete on the law
rear, tho Illshon hall, first there wl
sold at 4.3125. This was tho first halt 'be tho exercises of tho Alumni Aii
of thu Mexican's cargo nnd was deliv
ered in record time from the llllo lull,
bor about twenty-six days.
NAWAHINE At Knhana, Koolnuloa,
Juno 21, 1908, Mrs. Iloopll Harrison
Nuwahliie. Ago 54 years.
Back up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks.
The Fleet It coming. Let us clean
up the City.
elation, nfter which delicious coffe
nnd n.indwlcho3 will ha served.
flcrrlt Wilder has gUcn much tlm
nnd thought to tho collecting of Istan
fruits, which ho plans to display !
various artistically decorated boothr
Already boxes ot choice fruits hau
ui rived from Knual, and other
arrived today from Hawaii and Man
also many friends in nnd about Hour
lulu have promised generous dour
lions. Mr. Wilder will doubtless haw
u very flho display, which will bo wcl,
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
?AINT we use is rcla PAINT nnd pr.t
m as Faint should be. We can with
"ride point out to you the houses
minted by us.
kv Sins S-S-Signs
CAN HELP YOU
We buy your Diamonds, Old Watch
s and Jewelry for SPOT CASH.
1018 HUUANU ST. and
FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
MERCHANT STREET, NEAR ALAKEA STREET
Tho closing exercises ,ot Alllolanl
College were held this morning at ID
o clock ut which a largo number oi
pcoplo wcro gathered to eo tho sen
lor. students present ' scenes MV ol
Hamlet. It was a very creditable per
formance, unlto nliowi tho nveragu ul
school boy efforts. John Woo as Ham
lot and W. Carter as tho Ohost were
Tho school-room was tastefully dec
orated for tho occasion with palm
leaves, flowers and flags of dlfferem
Tho diplomas and prizes for schoo
work 'woro given out to tho boys b)
tho'Kov. V. Hit before tho oxorclscs
The Warden also read thu beautlfu
verses of tho Mikado's "Wisdom's
Goal," a handsomo copy of which wa
presented, to tho school by Mrs. T. It.
Fnster'on this occasion.
After tho exercises Junior field
silortworo held, very good tlmo be
Ing mndo by somo ot tho pupils. The
lucky winners of the events received
useful and npproprlato prizes, such at
watchos, knives, basoballs, otc.
The'full Urogram W(ls iis follows:
1. School chorus "Wehl Wohl Oo"
2. Sceno I.
3. Recitation "Merry Workors" .
Twelvo Small Iloyi
4. Scone II.
B. Duet W. Mctt, A. Cartor
G. Sceno. III.
7. Ilecltatlon "Tommy" .II. Sanders
S. Scone IV.
9. School Chorus "Walalun."
10. Aloha Oo.
Profesosr mid Mrs. I.ovl l.ymaii will
leave llllo soon to lako n vacation for
a yonr on thu mainland. Their va;a
Hon, however, will bo rather In tho
naturo of n chango of work than n
cessntiou from work, ns both Mr. and
Mrs. Lyman havo mudo urrnngouients
to llvo ut Hampton, tho famous insti
tution founded by (icuornl Armstrong
where they wilt caiofully study the
mothojs pf Instruction unil system nt
school management which aip so siic.
tnuefiillv nirrlnri (lltt thnrn. Unci)
their return to llllo thoy will bo nblo
to adapt theso mouious to tncir work
' ' M
IMIJ J llilil
Service . -
J. Santos, Mgr.
UNION STREET near HOTEL
Open for business
on or about
July 1st, 1908
.House and-Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
. Cash or Easy' Payment,
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDQ. ... 74 S. KINO ST.
For Office or Study
Fiat, Roller-Top, and
We have the handsomest assortment nnd greatest va
riety in the Territory.
You're sure to find one you'll like. ,
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE PIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
HAVE YOU TRIED
J. M. LEVY & CO.
Fourth of July
Flags all sizes!
Send in Your Orders Eafly.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
The Honk Entertainer.
'ERGSTEOM MUSIC CO., LTD.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
'HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS,
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Mnde To
.mim if, ii innn uisM-iift
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcripticn made to order. Boiler woik
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation.
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest, notice.
GRADUATION IS NEAR.
CLASS PICTURES and DIPLOMAS
, Framed At
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
You Want Elect: io Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION EIJCTRI0 CO.,
G9 Beretania St. Phone 319,