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Aii Epoch-Marking Sale
Hand-Drawn Linens and
Hand-Made Battenberg- Scarfs and Centers
At Prices that will male Bargain Histo ry
Here is Your Opportunity of Selecting Christmas Presents at
Less than Half Price. No such values have been offered
before in the History of Trade Bargains. Watch our Windows.
Tea Cloths and Squares
In handsome designs, all done by
hand, and in value up to S3. 50 the
whole lot of them on sale at
Battenberg Scarfs and
All hand-made ii pretty designs,
with liiicn centers, values up to Si. 50
the whole lot on sale at
SALE BEGINS NEXT FRIDAY MORNING
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Go.
By Spite, jays Hustace
TOWNSEND SALARY MATTER IS FINALLY SETTLED BY BOARD OF
COUNTY SUPERVISORS AFTER MUCH DISCUSSION.
VERBAL AGREEMENTS ARE FAILURES
That Shcrlrt Inukca lioit dlschurB
cd Townscnd out of Bplto wa's tlio ex
tremely Ulicct statement made lit tlie
meeting of tlio Hoard (if SupcrvloiH
of way for the rest of the trm of
their lease, which ended In l'J19, for
tlio sum of fTiSO.
Ucro explained that this was ap
last cvenlns, hut even tills failed w lrontly a repudiation of u verbal
A Kodak for Xmas
for those who have none;
' Photographic Supplies
latest improvements in
equipment for those
who have Kodaks.
That's our suggestion
Come and see our Stock.
HONOLULU PHOTa SUPPLY CO., Ltd., fort, b efow Hotel
pi moke a Bijuabblc, the members all
being apparently peacefully Inclined.
This did not prevent, however, a dis
cission regarding tlio payment of tlio
Townscnd hack Balary. Kvery mem-
her had a say, several, hb n matter
of fact, and It was only after every
point Involved had been covered half
a dozen times that final action was
llnrvcy reported for his committed
rgrcemont made- hy the Chinese,
through Mr. Watcrhouse, to give tlio
right of way.
A letter was read from V. T. r.
VJaterhoiikO, offering, with others, to
build the 1111 across the rko Held,
provided tlio County furnished matu
rlals and tools.
Dwlglit suggested blocking the new
road fronrtiso hy the Chinese, the
County Attorney advising that this
that they had decided to pay K. """" "u """u ""' 8 "lu "u """
T..u.nnn.i sin .. nw.ntl. for l.l snrv. n"- uc opened )ct. It was decided
lees as Police Court Interpreter, as,'" "lK" ". ,l1"' n'M " l''"co
1.1. n-., II..,,, t ..u,i the mailer In the hunds of tlio Coun-
l-'iirlliprninri, lin linil not lieell rpcll ! '
l.irly appointed. This would give
Townscnd $H0 for his back pay in-
E M B A L M I N tf A SPECIALTY
Cor. Kinc & Alakea. Phone 411.
King Street, Ewa of Fitmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY BE- '
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The raoit popular
.place .in town
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Robertj.
ItM if ' ' '- if ,"
A Guaranteed Beer A
The following guarantee appears on the label
of every boitle,of
The King of Bottled Beers
"We guarantee that this beer is brewed especially for our own
trade according to the Budweiser Process, of the best Saazer Hops
and finest Barley, and warranted to keep in any.
No other beer is sold under so strong a guaraa
tee none equals it in quality or sales. "
Bottled only at the
Anheuser-Busch Brewery '
" "' St. Louis, U. S. A. ,,
HACKFELD & CO,. Ltd., Distributors, Honolulu, H. I,
Says Guardians of Haas
Tlio Chriinlclu p.ijn:
William .1. lliirns h.is formally filed
charge.) with tho llo.ud of I'ollcu
Commissioners against Patrolmen
Charles It. Kelly, son of Captain of
I Detectives Kelly, and John O. Attrldge,
tho policeman who guarded Morris
Haas at tlio county Jail on the dny fol
lowing his murderous attack on Fran
cis .1. Ilenoy. Hums accusos tho po
licemen of refusing to allow lilni and
District Attorney l.angdon tho prlv
llego of lutcrvlctWng tho prisoner In
older to learn from him whethur or
not others wero Implicated In tho at
timpled assassination of Ilenuy. lie
rniisa tho policemen prevented them
fioni lutcivlowlng Unas, Hums charges
Idem with "drilling ami obstructing
him In tlio discharge of his duty." ami
asscits that they ucro "gullly of con
duct unbecoming an ofllcer."
Whllo tho dun ges wcro not lead to
tho I'ollco CominlsHloners at (heir
meeting last evening, tliny wero pre
Kyitod hy Cleik Skelly, and It was de
cided thnt tho persons complained
r-gnlnst would ho summoned to appear
before thu Honid on next Friday night
to make their defense
Tho I'ollco Commlssioii also received
I.ibt night charges preferred against
Albert Baker, who ennductx saloon
and safo at Sr.O Kearney street. Thu
(hnrKCH were sworn to by J. Mc
Laughlin, a chauffeur In tho employ of
District Attorney l.angdon'n ofllco. Mc
Laughlin alleges that linker said lu
his hearing on tho flay when Ilenoyt
was shot that "It was a good thing,"
lollowlng this remarks with a profano
wish that "all tlio ought to ho
i-hot." McLaughlin, In his affidavit,
rsks that, "In tho cnuso of decency
nml for tho purpose of preserving law
and order lu this community," llakci
han his saloon license revoked.
linker romliicts a place In (ho hotel
whero Mux I,o y rooms, It was l.ovy
who lent Haas money at various times,
mid It was hccaiiro or tills fact that
McLaughlin, Immediately after tho
shooting of Ilenoy. was sent to tho sa
loon to make an Investigation.
After tho charges weio toad las!
night tho I'ollco Commissioners Issuod
u citation against linker to appear at
tho noxt nil-cling to rIiiiyv causa why
his dlccnso should not ho revoked.
stead of $210, as asked for.
Deputy County Attorney Mllvcrton
called attention to tho fact that n
letter was on hand from tho County
Attorney's Depnrtmcjit. This was
lead. It enclosed tho nppolnlmcnt of
Townscnd as of Aug. 14, and rec
ommended that his salary bo $Gb a
Harvey said thnt ho did not be
llevo It was right to mako tho ap
pointment after three and a half
months. It should he from tho pres
ent time. Ho referred to tho old
llrovvu nppolntiftcnt case, but Hus
taco said tho matter was different. It
was unfortunate thnt tlio appoint
ment had not been made before, hut
Townscnd and performed his duties
to tho satisfaction of nil concerned,
ffnd It seemed unfair to mako him
suffer under tho circumstances.
Harvey answered tlmt ho did not
think tho County Had the right to
pay tho backfalary,
Cox called" attention to tho fact
that the County was not compelled
by nny law to pay the court Intotprc
tcrs, and ho did not think It should
do It. Ho did, however, think that
Townscnd should be paid something
for his work, and J 10 a month seem
ed fair. Townst'nd had had a chanco
to do outsldo work.
In answer to a question by Dvvlght
Mllvcrton stated that Townscnd had
been discharged as a pollco ofllcer ou
Aug. S. Townscnd, he added, had
done good work In tho Pollco Court,
and had dono work for tho County
Attorney as well, so. that $40 a
month seemed hnrdly-ndequato pay.
It was unfortunato that tho Legisla
ture had made no appropriation for
Interpreters, but efficient Interpreters
must be cmplojrd, and at present tho
County had to pay.
Archer asked .Mllvcrton If he
thought It was right for Cathcart to
make an appointed dated tluco
Mllvcrton answered thnt the writ
ten appointment wns not a matter of
such great moment as compared with
the fact that employment had been
mucin ami actual services rendorcd.
Nunc firo tunc appointments wcro
rccugnUcd by law.
ox bald, ho did not bcllcvo In nny
department's hiring a. man without
letting the Hoard know anything
For Rent" cards
on tale at
Building Site at
Puunui, near Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $7.50. Scenery
P. E. R. Strauch
WA1TY BLDQ. 74 S. KINO ST.
When you get
us to make
Our $25. inlti
First-Class Furniture Store
Tho I.-I. S. N. Co. asked for per
mission to erect and maintain for 3D
)cnis a license to erect an overhead
viaduct for tho passage of coal carts
at the junction of tho Channel and
Ala Moana roads. It offered an In
demnity bond, protecting tho County
from any. liability In case of accident.
The matter wiis 1 of erred to tho Coun
Hnrvey said ho had found thnt
some people from Hwa wanted to
bring n suit against the County rela
tive to the road.
County Knglnccr Gere Bald tho
County Attorney had advised him to
go ahead with tho work and to pay
i,o attention to tho kick, which re
lated to tho cutting of u ditch
through icrtalu lands, (iero stated
that tho pcoplo In .quest Ion had ver
bally agreed to the cutting of tho
Hnivcy suggested that hereafter
agreements between the County and
property owners ho made In writing
mid not verbally.
Hustaco called attention to tho
fact that tho Inventory of nil tho
County's property had been coinplct
cd and was now on file In tho
The following bills wcro passed:
Koolaupoko Hoad Dlst $1400.40
Koolaupoko Koad Dlst., Kal-
lua road rr0..'0
Koolauloa Iload Dlst lSDC.i'O
Walanno Hoad Dlst 341.00
Kvva Hoad Dlst 1090. 3h
Wnlalua Itoad Dlst 1C12.23
Walalua Iload Dlst . GO0.OO
Koolaupoko Itoad DIbL ... CSS. 43
Koolaupoko Itoad Dlst. Kal-
lua road 4 S.S.'i
Leahl Homo 12r,00
County offlco lent 150.H0
Knplnlaul Patk .'... 330.71
County Clerk 20.00
County Auditor f . 8. CO
Coroncr'a fees S4.00
Itoad Department ....... 30 IB. 83
Garbage Department 401. 75
Hawaiian Hand 74.95
County Attorney . 74.25
County Attorney .', 110.00
134 Berctania near Fort St,
No business is so private that it
cannot be safely talked over the au
tomatic telephone. Get your name
on the list for one of these phonei.
First subscribers will get the first
phones. Hawaiian Telegraph and
Telephone Co., office at Waterhouse
about it for threo months and then Trust Co.
-... . 1. . V.. .. . M ,
Two tiunks containing a l.irg) pait
of tho w.uilroho of IMwIn Itoitli, the
PCtor, w.ll bo rd nt nus'ln.i In New
York city on December 4. Tho trunks,
sluco Ilooth's death fifteen jears ngo,
have boon preserved by his daughter,
ib. i. j. urossmau.
asking for pay for him after that
time had elapsed, ,
Hustace explained that tho matter
had dragged out owing to tho falluro
of tlio negotiations between tho Sher
iff and tho County Attornoy as to
Tovvnscnd's pay. Ho recommended
that tho appointment ho made now,
and to take nctlnn ou (ho matter of
back pay separately, T
Tho matter of Interpreters nml the
custom of having pollco ofllcors act
as such was now discussed at great
"The truth of tho matter Is sim
ply," bald Hustace llnnlly,."aud thoro
Is no need of disguising tho fact,
that Mr. laukca and Townscnd had a
falling out, and Iaukciii fired Town
send out of splto." "
"Was Townscnd fired for Incompe
tence?" asked Dwlght,
"No; becauso of splto," answered
Another lengthy discussion follow
ed, and finally Archer moved to pay
the bill In full atjtno a month. Hnf
oy objected strenuously, nnd the
motion, after more talk over the
wuno old facts, falle'd to find a sec
ond. Harvey moved to pay nt tho
rato of $40. Kern seconded, and the
motion tarried, only Archer voting
lu the negative.
lownsenu, who wns present, was
asked If he would accept the appoint'
mont fiom Dee. 1 at $C0 u month
Ho said ho would, and such appoint
mont wns voted unanimously.
Tho San See Tnl Co., a rlco plan
tation firm in ICoolnttpnko, wioto
that It understood (hat tlio County
would need a right ot way ncross Its
lauds. It 'offered to fell sucli right
Thorobred Bull Terriers
A. R. Rowat, D,V.S;
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
Our Sodat 30c pir dot.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
Japanese Cnrios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waisti, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co.. 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
Waverlev Buildimr. Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cuisine
and Table Service at All Hours. Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
J. NISHIHARA, Prop.
Yon Want Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
xiBiicnei, cau me
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Berctania St. Phone 319.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
AlUew patterns, heavy quality, iap
good for the cold weather, per yard l"t
! Ahoy, Niuanu below Hotel
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
11 it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 131 King St.
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