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EVHN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., T7UDAY, JAN. 1, 1009.
CLOSE OLD YEAR
THE ACME OF ECONOMY
Twilled and Huckaback Cotton
Saturday, 5c a yard
White nml Navy, 20c quality,
SATURDAY VZVrf YD.
Ladies' Lisle Thread Hose,
In Black, White, and Tan,' 50c quality.
SATURDAY, 3.1 tf
Guarantccd-watcr-p-oof, 52 ami C4 in,. Tan and Oxiord,
2.50 quality SATURDAY, Sfl.HO YD.
Corset Cover Embroidery,
GOo quality, -10$ YD.
In White, Black, Tnn, and Brown. Regular price, 5o
spool SATURDAY 1! a
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
For New Year
(Special to tlio Bulletin)
WAII.UKU. Maul, Dec. 31. The
retiring Himril of Supervisors of Mntil
County will meet In the County Seat
Saturday, .Inn. 2d, Ay closo up Affairs
oi mo oiu lionro. am wio iiicuiuurn
will lie prcpcnt excepting Supervisor
S H. Knlue, l , (b Haiti to luivo un
dergone n very Buccessful operation.
On Monday, Jan. 4, the now Hoard
of Superxlisors, consisting of Messrs,
W 1' llahi, XV. V. Pogue, T. 11. Lyons,
(I Kiuihl, and T. T. Meyer, will meet
In Will In Kit for the approval of their
bands by Circuit Judgo A. N. Kcpol
kul. On Wr-dncsduy, the Gth, tha
new Hoard will meet fur the flint
time fur the tinnsnitlon of business.
The must Important ofni-e that the
Democrats itinl Homo Rulers nro aft
er Is that of ltoad Supervisor for
Wulluku District. P Somiuerfeld Is
tho present Incumbent. C. 1.. Kou
Koo'h namo has been mentioned tor
the place ns also Messrs. (leorgo
Weight ami S. Kclllnol. J. W. Kalua
and J. K. Knhookolo hno also been
mentioned for tho office. The last
named gentleman has been Deputy
County Engineer of Maul County,
nml his friends say that tliey can
probably Induce lilni to accept tho
ortlco If offered to him. Mr. Sommcr
fold tins many stalwnrt supporters.
and tho condition of the toads bo-
speaks for him good recommendation
Hut Wnlluku. District la Dcmocrnt-
Ic this year, and choice plums should
go to tho successful political fac
tions nml its stalwart adherents, for
the Bpolls nlwaja belong to the vic
tors. Wulluku and I.alialna having Join
ed tho kolld phalanx of the Ucinocrnt
llome Uu'o combine, Its sturdy nml
plwky adherents will most assuredly
enjoy tha best fruits that tho County
tnn bestow upon Its most worthy clt
Irens during the biennial period end
ing Dec. 31, 1910.
Tho old Hag pule In front of tho old
Jail lias been moved nnd is now being
tint In position In front of thn Wnl
lukti court house. It will bo ready
when tlio now Hoard meets.
gmis&H MtmrnflM $
The Cook's Best Friend
DAWN OF NEW YEAR SEES
PLANS FOR MIGHTY ISLAND
Large Fresh Shipment Just In
HENRY MAY & CO.,
Leading Grocers Phone 22
XTjmnynfjt 'ni ; vk
FIRE AND BURGLAR
The fire nnd burRlar-proof qualities or Hall's Safes and
Vaults have been proven time nnd agtiin by the severest of
tests. The makers have hundreds of letters from merchants
who have had reason to be thankful that they had Hall
The reason for thsir superiority is in the faultless con
struction fiom the best-selected fire-proof materials.
H. UacMeld & Co., Ltd.
Yjaanaeavrza&i&'nxirsmmTXisn&xmrsn HIT" rmigl
(Continued from Pazc 1)
tdnto, It is a forogonu conclusion that
hoy will bo on n par with tho Import
ance of tho other equipment of tho sta
tion. Another of tho Important Items of
tho Naval Station plant, will bo tho en
Tho necessity for having well equip
ped bhops, under tho direction of tho
Human of Steam Knglnecrlng, at nil of
iho most Important nauil stations, has
Ik -ii thoroughly demonstrated Tl.n
hops ut Mure lslar.il, California, hao
iinon invaluable to tho naval author
ales, nml shops heio nro considered to
be of run kreator Importance.
It Is not unlikely that work on those
diops will lie started In such ttmo us
'vlll allow of their completion by tho
lime tlio other work at tho great naval
ttntlon has been tlulclK'd.
Not tho lenst important pliaso of tho
Pearl Harbor Naval Station's useful
ness will bo tho Increased coaling fa
duties which it will give war vessels.
All modern mon-o'-wur nro provided
with cranes for taking coal from botli
sides nt unco, nnd In order to supply
luel with tho gicntest speed, a naval
station must bo mi arranged as to talio
full ndvautngo of theso facilities.
Tlio GOO-foot ship canned ut Pearl
Harbor will provide tho Naval Station
wth nn cntrnuco and oxlt which It
will ho practically Imposslblo to choko
In tlmo of war. Tho successful carry
ing out of such an operation ut tho
sinking of tho Mcrrlmac at Santiago,
would bo practically Impossible, say
naval authorities, with n channel GOO
feet In width.
Cf t nut t.nroitnnco to tho Naval
Station, nio tho land foitlflcatlons
which are either In courso of construc
tion or luivo been outlined. Tho re
port of tho Tnft Hoard recommended
tlio cxpcndltuio of 13.25t.000 in fort I
lying Honolulu and Peail Harbor. This
i-oport was mnilo In 10CG, nml work has
been going on for somo tlmo. It Is
holli'ved that, under fmorablo condl
(Ions, it can bo completed within
Tho policy of fortlflcntlon, undei
.vhlcli tho work on this island Is being
carried nn, was Inaugurated In 18SG,
when President Cleveland appointed
the Ihidlcott Hoard, under tho chair
manship of Secretary of War Kndlcott,
to draft it plan for tho defense of tho
reacoast of tho United States.
Taft Board Plant.
In 190G tho Tnft Hoard, n similar or
gnntzatlon, was nuthorlred, nnd plans
wcrp mndo for fortlfjlng outljlng terri
tories, which had become part of tho
Union since, the Hndlcutt Hoard com
plcted Its work. Honolulu and Pearl
Harbor wero nt unco seized upon ns
two of tho most valuable locations
Irom n strategic standpoint, within tho
Much of tho fortification work plan
ned for Diamond Head has already
been completed. A formidable mortal
battery, capable of sweeping tlio oast
ern approach to Honolulu Harbor, Ii
now well under wny.
The batteries nro well protected nml
a vessel, trying to pass within range of
tho mortars, would do so at fearful
The plans furthermore uonttmplnto
tho fortifications of tho Pearl Harbin
Naval Station, and tho Installation of
batteries which will furnish ample pro
tection from ships approaching tho ha--
bur from that direction.
A largo tract of land nlong YA'olklltl
Hencb hns boon condemned fif mili
tary purposes and soon one of tint
most formidable butteries In tho win Id
will sweep tho southern approaches to
(ho Island. Tlio heaviest nnd mo t i-f
fectlvo typo of nrdtinnco Is-planued as
equipment for tho batteries, nnd ho
lme tho )ear 1909 hns passed, much of
the work will hnvo boon completed.
A military survey of tho Isltd Is
being made by Company A of tho t'nlt
oil States Knglnecr Corps, and the
topography Is being carefully note I
On January 12, n cantonment must
bo icndy at I.cllchun to nccomiwxint'
two full squadrons of cavalry The
first nnd third squadrons of the l-'ltth
United States Cavalry will nrrlw- hepj
on tho U, S. Army transport Thomas,
nnd work ou thn cantonment Ii- belr.g
rushed along at lightning speed.
Tho permanent post at l.ctlehua will
bo capable of quartering nn entire hi I
guile, mid will probably cost In oaCcks
or 12,000,000. All of the buildings will
bo of reenforeed concrete nnd th post
will bo a model of its kind
Parks and gardens will be laid out
within tho confines of tho post, a.td the
stutlon will bo Iho largest, an. I most
attractho tropical jiost in the woild
During tho past year, considerable
work has been done nt Kort Shatter,
Several handsome now bulldlri,;, In-
eluding a new concrete guard'iuuso,
have been erected, and tho pu-jt has
been beautified in many, wa)s.
A full battalion of Infantry Is sta.
Honed at l-'ort Shuftnr, and tlio post
Is rcmnrkablo attractho. Its location
1 8 heulty, nnd sickness nmong tho sol
diery Is nlmost unknown. When tlio
Improvements, now contemplated, haw
been completed, tho Infantry post will
bo 'second In beauty only to tlio largor
cantonment nt I.cllchun.
A now building for tho deiwt quar
termaster is contemplato'd.tu tho busi
ness section of Honolulu. Through
complications In tho bids nml ostl
mates, all of i!io tenders, made a few
months ngo, wero rejected, 'but work
will doubtlosj bo started before long
Tho great Increase In the business
transacted by tho local depot has made
It Imperatlto that n lurgo and coin en
lent structure bo creeled.
Tho plans of tho Wur Department
nesuro this Island u military garrison
of one full regiment of Infantry', xmv
of Mold artillery, two squadrons of cav
alry, a company each of tho Signal,
Engineer and Hospital Coips, and
enough coast nitlllerymcn to man the
Tho completion of tho Pearl Har
bor Naval Station will rcqulro n per
manent personcll there of largo slzo
Including all branches of tho naval ser
vice a battalion of marines, and n
largo number of mechanics for tho
shops ami yards.
PAYMENT OF WATER RATES.
As provided for In Chapter 46 of
tho Itevlsed Laws of Hawaii, 1905,
all persons holding water privileges
or those paying wntcr rates nro here
by notified that the water rates for
tho Six (G) months ending June
30th, 1909, will bo due nnd payable
on the Plrst day of January, 1909.
On all such rntes remaining unpaid
on January 15th, 1909, nn nddltlonnl
chargo of 10 per cent, will be mndo
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid on Tcbruary 16th. 1909,
are subject to Immediate shut of!
without further notice.
Hates are payable at the office of
tho HONOLULU WATUll WOIIKS,
J. M. I.lTTLi:,
Superintendent (if the Honolulu
Water Works. 4189-8t
XV. C. Achl has retained A. L. C.
Atkinson to defend him, It Is reportod.
should tho Attorney (leneral'H depart
mum bring disbarment ptoceedlngs
ognlnat him. Deputy Lnrnnch Is now
looking up tho evidence,
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Kuimwai Lane, 1 Bedroom , . .$ 7.00
Nr.,Fort St. Bridge, 2B.R... 8.00
sfr. Fort St. Bridge, 3 B. R. . . 15.00
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Handsomely bound in cloth
nnd leather, and suitable for
the office or the pocket.
Hawaiian News Co.,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
BISHOP & COMPANY
S. M. DAMON.
ESTABLISHED 1858. A. W. T B0TT0MLEY
BALANCE SHEET AS AT DECEMBER 31st, 1008.
Due from banks nnd
Ilonds, stocks and In
vestments Loans, discounts nnd
Itenl estate nnd bank
Cnpltal nnd surplus..! 937,470.85
Due to banks nnd bank
t Honolulu, December 31, 1908 .
I, Allan T. llottomley, do solemnly swear that tho foregoing bal
ance sheet represents a true i nil coriect statement of the affairs of tho
Hanking House of Hlsliop nnilTonipaiiy. ns ut December 31st, 1908, to
the best of my knowledge nnd belief.
ALLAN XV. T HOTTOMLi:
Subscribed and sworn to before me this .list ilnv of December, 1 90S.
J llAltltIS MACKCNZli:.
Notiii-) Public. Klrtil Judicial Circuit
Bishop Trust Com
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31st, 1908,
Cash ou hand nnd In
bank $ 51,013.58
Loans secured by mort
gages on real estate . . 0,207.07
Loans demand and tlmo 18,285.00
Furniture nnd fixtures.. 9,439.10
Itenl estate ofTlco build
ing nnd slto 2G.0SG.G3
Accrued Interest receiv
Assets other than those
specified above 7.990.G7
Paid In ...
1 rust nnd ag
Dunn's Hat Shop,
BERETANIA AND FORT
Fresh Fruits and
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
BRAUNEN NAHOME ,
Corner Beretania and Alakea Stt.
IMPORTER OF FRUITS AND
from California, Vancouver & Seattle,
Territory of Hawaii, Island of O.ihtt.
I, Jns. L. Cockburn, Tiensurcr of the Hlsliop Trust Company, Limited,
uo solemnly swear that the nliuvo slntcmimt Is tine to the best of my
knowledge and belief. , "
'" , ' . JA8. L. COCKIHTHN, Treasure!.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 31st il.iy of Dereinber, 190S.
J. MAURIS MACKL'NZII-:.
Notary Public. Plrst Judicial Clrrull. ,
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION, DECEMBER 31, 1008.
Cash on hand and In I
bank .'$ 07,965.03
Uonds .' 10,260.00
Stocks and other Invest- I
moots 22,700. 1".
Mortgages secured by
real t-stnto 30.14G.50
Loans demand and time 19G.479.80
Furniture and fixtures.. G, 607.72
Accrued Interest receiva
Other assets 15,403.52
OOTclMld In $100,00000
Trust nnd ug-
e ii c y nc
counts . . .
P. E. R. Strauch
' WAITY BLDO.
T4 S. KING ST.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TEES, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Boon tnl
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorney-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary rublio; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310,
No Longer Dry
ST. CLAIR BIDGOdD, Manager.
Territory of Hawaii, County of Onhu,
I, A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of tho Henry Wntcrhouso Trust Co.,
Ltd., do solemnly swear that tho nbovo sljitcment Is tine to tho best of
my knowledge and belief.
' A. N. CAMPnULL, Treasmcr.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo mo this 31st day of December, 1908.
J NO. OUILD.
Notary Public, Klrht Judicial Clicult.
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