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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 29, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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HVnNIN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.H., WEDNTSDAY, JULY 29, 190S
W ia (A) hot
Particulars in the Saturday
and Sunday papers
HT. S. SACHS
Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
THE STORE WITH THE MOHEY-BACK POLICY.
We have what yoi want. TOOTH BRUSHES, TOOTH
POWDERS, TOILET SOAPS, SAFETY RAZORS. The larg
est nud most complete stock in the city.
The American Drug Store
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
MADE BY HEINZ
Heinz Apple Butter is the most delicious relish that
is made or,cvcr was made.
Everybody knows about the HEINZ WAY and the
Heinz Apple Bultsr in Sanitary Tins is absolutely pure
and cannot become tainted, as the soldier cannot come into
contact with it.
ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER.
H. . HACKFELD & CO., Limited
For Your Table
We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
market. They were biorght down on the Lurline with
some delicious fresh salmon and tender, fat geese. At
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
No Lack of Agreement Report of
Fundi Available 8atltfactory.
Gere's Good Report.
A purely routlno session of (lie
County Stipenlsors, not even dis
turbed by one of those wordy Classen
which aro nlmost matters of course
In themschos, vir held last evening.
tcport, showing that the County
will lmo S103,G14.31 Utli which tu
begin business In August, was sub
mitted by Mr. Archer. The Items In
this report were IKG, 277.25 In tha
general fund and $17,337.06 In the
road fund now, with $30,000 to cotno
from the Territory August 1st.
Accounts passed last evening.
which had been previously estimated
Fixed salaries, $1070; Road de
partment, Honolulu, $097.50: Coun
ty Clerk, office, $15; County Treasur
er, office, $125; commission road tax,
Honolulu, $3; County Attorney, of
(lie, $110; poundmastcr salary, $30;
County Clerk, office, $170; County
Auditor, office, $125; County Kngl
ncer, pay roll, $212.50; road depart
ment, Queen street. $30; Koolnupoko
road district, $1; livra road district,
pay toll, $'.M5.2l; i:wa road dlstilit,
maleilnl and supplies, $815.18; Koo
lau road district, $097. CO; Kaplolanl
Park, $171.50; park-keepers, sup
plies, $1.40; park-keepers, pay roll,
$100; pullco department, pay roll,
$3287.50; coroucr's fees, $12; police
and fire alarm, $1850.50; garbage
department, pay roll, $105; electric
light department, supplies, $220,18;
electric light, pay roll, $327.75; Ha
waiian band, $025.
Upon the statement of Itoucl Super
visor Cummins that the requlstto
number might be spared, a request
of Governor Freer that County cm
plojes chosen to go to tho national
shoot nt Tort Perry to represent this
Territory be ghen leave of absence
under pay was granted.
Letters from II. P. Wood nnd from
Cnpt. Cor win P. Itees, expressing
thanks for the manner In which the
itrccts along tho waterfront were
cpt watered nnd defined during the
visit of tho Fleet here, wcro read nnd
placed on flic.
Attorneys Thompson & demons.
representing the Pacific Guano nnd
Fertilizer Company, notified the
Hoard that a deed has been placed In
ciow with L. Tcnncy Peck for 3467
quaro feet of land in front of the
feitillzcr works, the deed to be trans
ferred to tho Territory If the County
would widen nnd fix the road within
six months, the deed otherwise ro
t'ertlug to tho company, and tho road
Haying as it Is.
A petition nlgned by D. P. It. Isen
berg, A. Perry, S. M. Damon, C. F.
rctcrson, E. A. Mott-Smith, and C.
I. llalloy was read, nsklng that Wni
ilae road on the other side of Koko
Head bo repaired. This petition was
supported by tho statement of Mr.
Owlght that tho road needed repairs,
tnd was referred to tho Committeo
on Ito.ids, Bridges, and Parks.
Tho mouth's contracts for supplies
Aero given to II. Ilackfeld & Co., I.-I.
Steam Navigation Co., T. H. Davles
& Co., Lowers & Cooko, Honolulu
Construction & Draying Co., Allen &
rtobinson, Union Feed Co., and the
California Feed Co.
County Engineer Gero presented a
report on tho road work done In the
outsldo districts, for tho past six
months, showing tho following:
Ewa district: 8636 feet macadam
road at $1,509 per linear toot.
Walanne district: 7028 feet of ma
cadam road nt (in nvcrago cost of
$1.03 per linear foot.
Koolnupoko district: 7885 feet of
macadam road, costing $1,185 per
Koolauloa district: Construction of
now bridges nnd approaches nt Pau
main, Kaunnlu, and Pupukca, and re
ralrlng damages of March storm.
Walmnnulo district: General re
pairs. This is now macadam, whllo the
old dlit roads havo been Kept In re
pair. In concluding his report, Mr. Gere
rcrommends that $1000 n month bo
appropriated for tho work of giving
to tho main road from Kaliuku to
wn id Walaleo , coral dressing, nnd
also suggests tho oiling of tho Pall
"Your duty ia to polaon tt," aaya tha
aniens Health Committee, "and In thla
way prevent the apraad ot the dreaded bu
Tbli warning ol dancer bom the plague
epidemic mail Impress every cltlien with
the Imperative neceaalty ol destroying tha
rata that infeet our city and ate a menace
to out very Ilia. ,
The most tellable polaon and one that la
recommended by national and local au
thorise is Stearna Electric Paate, which
drives tata but ol the house to die.
Wherever uaed it kille oli the rats, utually
In tingle night It la absolutely guaran
teed to exterminate them or the money will
Protect your home and your city with
Stearna' Electric Paste.
2M.fc.l2Mt 16 ot. bat f 1.00.
Bold by DrunUU and Ocntrtt Storti every
where or tent direct prepaid on receipt of price.
STUM' WCIUC rMTI Ct, fulfill, I. T., 1. 1. .
TO HAWAIIAN CHIEFS
Tentative plana for n mortuary
monument to mark the last resting
place of tho old Hawaiian chiefs arc
now being prepared to be submitted
to Queen I.llluoknlnnl, who, by an
net of thb Legislature, has been given
joint power with the Superintendent
of Public Works In the design and
preparation of thla monument.
Tho Legislature appropriated1 $20,
000 for such a memorial monument,
and serious consideration Is being
given it now with a 'view toward hav
ing work started on the beautiful
tribute In the near future.
This splendid attraction In the
movlng-plcture lino will bo shown
next Monday, Aug. 3d, nt the Empire
Theatre. Mrs. King, formerly of the
Art Theatre, has been engaged to
sing for the Illustrated pictures. La
dles as well as gentlemen will enjoj
Tho Hawaiian band wll lglvo n con
cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Aaln Park, as follows:
March "Semper Fidelia" .... Sousa
0crturc -"Light Cavalry" ....Suppo
March "Down on tho Amazon"
Selection "Dollo of Itohcmla" ..
Vocal Hawaiian Songs., ar. by Ilergor
Selection "Illuck Brigade" .... Iloyor
Waltz "Tho Srcns" Waldtoufel
Polka "A Good Kiss" Cooto
"Tho Star Spangled Uanuor."
DRAKE In this city. July 23. 1908, to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter r. Drako, a
The Weekly Edition of the Svanlng
Bulletin glvea a complete summary cif
(he nawa of tha day.
Jack Do)Ie and Yrrdmuster Petrie
of the Oahu Hallway & Land Co. wcrt
visited by n liurglnr nt midnight at
tho cottago on the depot grounds
Jack was nwakened by tho Intruder,
who' lighted n match 'while In the
room. Dojlo wasted no time but
arose and went after the visitor full
speed. Tho bmglar went through
tho window, glass and all, whlli
Doyle took shots at him.
Pctrle awoke and Miniated Jack In
frightening away tho burglar. After
their visitor had gone, they Investi
gated but found nothing had been
stolen. 'Thb police havo the caso In
$1200 Corner Lot 55 feel on School
St. with 2-itory houie and Cottage
600 6-Hoom Cottage "at Kapehuld
lot 50x100. Easy Tefmi.
" Apnly .
P. EJ. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDQ. No. 74 8. KINO 81
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ON DISPLAY AT OtJR GARAGE
COldS A&D SEE IT
USE EITHER A DIM OR UNSTEADY LIGHTt
USE TOO STRONG A LIGHT?
LET SPOTS OR STREAKS OF LIGHT FALL ON WORK
INDEED, DO ANY OF THESE f SiritiS WHEN EYES ARE
TOO PRECIOUS TO BE ENDANGERED, AND ELEC
TRIC LIGHT PERMITS YOU TO AVOID THEM ALL?
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KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
We have the most complete equipment in the Terri
tory for Developing, Printing, Enlarging, and Framing.
We can do your work for you in a hurry, and itill do
Bring your films to us, and your photographic trou
bles, too. We shall be glad to help you.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
IT T 'iT illlt TiTa
take a time TRIP J
is still alive
FOR SALE ,
4000 Green Hoofing Slate 10"xl0".
b5o One and Two Prong Iron Kenco
1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Kill
er. 1 Castlron Tlttlng with Plangcs,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMHELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
941 NUUANU ST.
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Queitsntai is the elW
Its population ia Mu
llens. Tha people art lootnfcg
for thinfs they want ar
seed. When they find Aim
they hurry back neae-Mr
haps to make another trip
the next day. ,
There's but bne beat mta
to QUESTLAND the BBH
LETIN want-ad. route. Ike
cost is trifling. Yen can
usually make- a trip, true
act your busincta and fret
back home in a day.
Sometimes your unttai
takee a little ledger, lit
there are few people who
ever make nutrJoAfeUa
eunioni to QUEfTLANB. It
is the eeuntiT of tisaortma-
ity of chanoaa, of luek.
One meets people wad tra
T coin onenng and. seejoaw
thingt-alart people, Uu-
trating and. praotieiMr .the ,
law of GIVE and TAXI.
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