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EVRKINO IHJLT.ETIN. H0N0I.UC.T7. T. II., WEDNESDAY, JAN. C, 1 009.
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Annual January Sale
The Entire Stock of
Might Gowns, Skirts,
and Corset Covers
tmcbwiiiawa i im' r.mrcwrrrTCTixMrar-arnaiMjmBra
Save 3STw Skoes
by having your old onts repaired. Your old shoes certain
ly look shabby beside the new ones, but wr can repair
them in "no time," so that they will look like new, and
give you lots of good wear.
Bring your old shoes to us we'll tend to them.
MEN'S SOLES and HEELS, $1.25; WOMEN'S SOLES
and HEELS, S1.00.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BUILDING, KINO AND BETHEL STS.
No Longer Dry
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD, Manager.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO,. LTD.
002-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phono 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to 'residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Tel. 1 10.
I POSITIVELY NO RESERVE. I
Sec Window Display and Note Prices. H
Sachs Dry Goods Co., I
Fort and Beretania Sts. Opposite Fire Station. I
1 1 Our 1
1 Ice Cream I
jM is absolutely Pure and we B
m make Any Flavor To Order, fj
I Patronize our Cake Depart- I
in nicnt. ' I
I Palm Cafe,
I HOTEL NEAR UNION. 1
"MRS. WIGGS OF THE
TIio original ".Mrs. WIers of llio Call
1ngu Patch" I not qultu such n minii)
rout im hIio w.ih heforo Ulco Hoenti
tllco illseotcreil her ti tlio world In
her nlorit'H nivl nltico Anno Crawford
Klexnur ilrmnnllxvil her. Famo linn
liuiilu uneasy the heiul that onco Iny
o easily In the "CabhaEo Patch" of tho
Loulsvlllo suburb, and Insistent, vls-1
Horn caKcr for a hit of flnit hand phil-
(mcililiy oftcntlmcH receive, xad to Kay,
p flint dims scolding. Indeed, tho Im-
pctuoils prototype of Mr. Wlggs, not
long since doused an excellent society
!ady 'with water, and was Binnmoned
to a' police- court, whero she wag hon
"I won't trouble notoriety, If notor
iety don't trouble me. They kin put
me In boohs nud In stage plays until
they're sick of It, hut you all have, got
to steer clear of mo in person," re
marked tho Mrs. Wlggs of I.oulsllcc,
to n reporter recently. Meanwhile the
tulle of "Mrs. Wlggs of the Cahbago
I'atcli" and "I.ooy Mary" has gone
into hundreds of thousands, ami In
their dramatized form thu characters
of tho hook are still more uffcctlvo
mil entertaining. New York never
look mora kindly to nnyonu than to
Mrs. Wlggs, and for 150 performances
I he Savoy Thcatie was crowded by
folk seeking n surcease from boredom.
Right In line with the excellence of
hooks and piny Is tho cast portraying
tho numerous exacting roles: Miss
Ada Dwycr (Mrs Wlggs). Helen Low
ell (Mis' Hazy), Miss Lottie Alter
(l.ovey Mary), John Webber (Mr.
Stubbliis), nud n score of others havo
prided new nud living stage pictures to
tho gallery or the Ameilcan drama. All
the Cabbage Patch folk will bo seen
bore. Seals on sale at tho llurgstrom
The Victim of Drink
Needs Orrine Treatment Cure Ef
fected or Money Refunded.
Drink first destroys ambition; breaks
up ties of friendship; It kills and
buries love and ovcntually destroys
tho family life.
Soino or tho best men In the world
have been victims of drink anil If
there Is not Homo member In your fain
lly that Is afflicted with this disease.
you are Indeed fortunate.
Drink cunningly destroys the will
power, and while thu drunkard want?
to do what you tell him, ho wants a
thousand times more tho drink that
ho craves. Medical treatment Is nec
essary to destroy tho craving, and this
Orrlno will do.
It destrojs tho ileslro for liquor, so
that the drink will not he missed, also
euros ino icrunged digestion, weak
ened nerves and other 111 erfects of ex
ccsMvo drinking, restoring tho patient
to perfect health.
The remedy is absolutely harmless.
It thoroughly scientific and Is so mil
fnrmyl successful that it Is sold with
1 registered guaratilcu entitling you to
a refund of jour money If Orrlno falls
to effect a cure, llooklct on "I low to
Cure Drunkenness," sent free on ro
quest. In plain scaled wrapper. Tho
Orrlno Co., Washington, I). C.
Orrlno Is In two forms. No. 1, which
can bo given secretly without tho pa
tient's knowledgo. No. 2 In pill form
for thoso who wish to ho cured. Thu
price of either is $1, mailed on receipt
of prlco in idnlu sealed package, nud
both nro sold under tho guarantee Or
rlno Is sold by Honolulu Drug Co., Fort
Making Appropriations for the Vari
ous Services of the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu,
UK IT IIESOI.VIID by the Hoard
ot Supervisors of the City and Coun-
tj ot Honolulu:
That tho following sums, amount
ing to Two Hundred and Fifty-one
Thousand Two Hundred and Twenty
($251,220.00) Dollars, nro hereby ap
propriated to bo paid out ot moneis
In the general fund ot tho Treasury
of tho City and County of Honolulu,
for salaries fixed by law and other
salaries, wages of labor, donations
and general expenses of tho said City
and County for the p'Tlod beginning
with tho Fourth da of January,
I!i09, at 12 o'clock noon, and ending
with tho Thirtieth day of June, 1009,
said payment to bo made In pio rata
monthly subdivisions of said amount
as stated In tho schedule thereof
'. iW Month. Six Months.
by law ....S2,0!ir. ill) t 12,570.00
supplies ..'. inn.iin ooo.oo
es '...310.011 2,010.00
supplies ...; 100.00 600.00
es . ..;....'" 125.00 760.00
supplies . .. 50.00 300.00
Deputies und ' .
office o in -'
ployes .... 8S0.0O 5,280. 00
supplies ... . 100.00 C00.00
es 125.00 750.00
Material und .
supplies ... 25.00 150.00
Payroll .30.00 180.00
n e e r 1 nff "
and Sur- , ,
v u y I n g
Work: - ' '
Payroll '' 425.00 2,550.00
Material nnd ",
supplies ...'' 100.00 000.00
of Parks: ' v
Payroll ' 200.00 1,200.00
K n p I o 1 n n I
Park 700.00 , , 1,200.00
M n I n t o-
C o nstruc- " '
t I o n of
H o n d b.
II r I dges, ,
LOCAL AUTHORS' MEETING
Program for tho "Local Authors'
Evening." to be given by tho Liter
ary Clrclo of tho Kllohana Art
League, on Thursday evening, Jan. 7,
1 Hawaiian Descriptive Verso...
San ford II. Dolo
Lnhnlmi.Chns. Warren Stoddard
Ilawull Sanford II. Dolo
A Hulf-Whlto Olrl.Sunford II. Dolo
Walanno Tlios. Uoln Walker
2. Tho Cocoa Palm. .Anna M. Purls
Solo (selected) . .Mrs. Allen White
A Plnco of Mourning
; Ethellndn Schuofer Castle.
5. Fletcher's Christmas
Waltor a. Smith
Sonnet Tho Moonlight Sonata
Agnes Crnry Wcavor
7 Ancient Tahltlan Verso Trans
lation. . .William D. Alexander
The followlngft'numcd ladles will
'iicsldo nt tho tea table:. Mis. San
.urd II, Dolo und Mrs. Clias. M. Cooke.
The reception commlttco will con
jlst of Mrs, llenjamln P. Dillingham,
Mis. Isaac Cox, and Mrs. Ellen Wea
ver. Tho entertainment Is to begin at
8 o'clock. Admission by card.
. 1,800. qo
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
The Weekly Edition of tire
riulletln nlves a complete tit
tho news of the day. f
t'OWLKIt In Yokohama, Dec. 1
1908. Charles H. Illiistund Fowler.
aged 40 enrs formerly of Hawaii
Kunawaf Lane, 1 Bedroom . . .$ 7.00
Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 2 B.R.. . 8.00
Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 3 B. R. . . 15.00
P. E. R. Strauch
VAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO ST.
Koolauloa . . .
Koolaupoko , .
M a I n t c
nanco o f
supplies . . .
M a 1 n t -nnnce
Fire S t a
supplies . . .
C o 1 I o c-
M n I n t c
tion o f
' E I o ctrlc
Material and ;
supplies , . .
M a I n t o
nanco o f
n n d Flro
supplies . . .
M a i n t e
iiiinco o t
H a wallan
supplies . . .
I. ealj I Homn..
Premium o n
pro inted . .
Hi: IT Pt'llTllHIl RESOLVED that
the following sums, amounting to
Ten Thouinnd nnd Fifty Dollars
($10,060), ale hereby appropriated
to he paid out of inoncyn in the load
tax generul fund of Jho CltJ and
Counts or Honolulu, for the building
and maintenance of roads nnd bridg
es In the icipertlvo dlsttlcts nniiicd
hcieln, said pa.uiient to be In pio
intii monthly subdivisions of said
amount as stated In the schedule
thereof herein contained:
Honolulu 1500.00 (.1.000.00
Ewa nnd Wiilannc 700.00 1.200 00
Wnlnlua 126.00 760 00
Koolauloa 176.00 1,050 00
Koolaupoko 175.00 1.050O0
AND HE IT FOItTHE HESOI.VED
that tho Auditor is hereby authorized
nud dliectcd to draw wurritnts on the
Treasurer for any of the sums named
herein, or parts thereof, upon having
hied with him schedules of salaries
fixed by law and other salaries, of do
nations named herein, ot payrolls nnd
or accounts for material and supplies,
accompanied by original ouchcrs
nud certified by the Clerk ns having
been duly passed by the Hoard of Su
pervisors at any regnlnr meeting, or
any special meeting culled for tho
purpose or considering expenditures,
AN'D HE IT Fl'IlTIIEIt UESOI.V
ED that to make expenditures under
this resolution, It shall be necessary
that all salaiy lists, items of dona
tions, payrolls, Jtems or mutcrlaU
r.nd supplies, and accounts ot gener
n expenses shall before being present'
ed to the Hoard of Supervisors, be
passed upon by n Commlttco or Com
mlttccs und by such bo reported to
the Hoard of Supervisors with the
recommendation of such Committee
or Committees, and sums found to be
lawfully duo and payable may then
be voted upon singly or collectively
as convenient on n call of the ayes
and noes. In the event of any such
Committee falling or neglecting to
so pass upon any such matters, or to
make nny recommendation In rcgnrd
thereto, the Hoard may thereupon
AND HE IT FURTHEIl UNSOLV
ED that no payments under this res
olution shall bo made, nor Indebted
ness of the City nnd County of Hono
lulu Incurred, In any month In excess
or the monthly pro rata sums herein
The foregoing resolution making
Appropriations for the various serv
ices of the City nnd County of Hono
lulu was, at u Hegular Meeting of the
Hoard of Supervisors of the City and
County of Honolulu held on Tuesday,
January 5, A. D. 190 J, passed to
print on the following nyc und no
vote of the said Hoard of Supervi
Ayes Ahla, Aylctt, Cox, Knno,
Logan, Qiilnn. Total, C,
Noes McClcllnn. Total. 1.
HOAHD OF SUPEUVISOHS OF THE
CITY AND COUNTY OF HONO
LULU. lly D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.,
City and County Clerk, City and
County of Honolulu.
Tho Hoard of License Commission
ers for the County of Oahu will hold
n meeting nt the Exccuttvo llulld
lug on Wednesday, January 20, 1909,
at 4 p. m., to consider the application
of TASAHUUO ICIIIKI for a Whole
salo License to sell Intoxicating
liquors at Wnlmalu, Ewa, Oahu, un
der tho provisions ot Act 113 Ses
sion Laws ot 1907.
All protests or objections ngnlnst
the issuance of a license under snld
application should b-j filed with the
Secretary of the Hoard not later than
tho time set for said hearing.
A. J. CAMPHELL,
Secretary, Hoard of Licence
4190 Dec. 23, ,30; Jan. 6, 13.
1 25.00 1 "760.00
In all sizes for pocket and
ofllce use; most convenient
Of Every Description.
Hawaiian News Co.,
To be issued by the
Early in the Year.
IT will' contain a com
plete review of the
with a Historical State
ment of its Develop
i .j. .;. .;. .j.
Also, Reviews of the
PINEAPPLE and the
HONEY, and all other
A Special Feature will
be Beautiful Illustra
tions of Mills, Planta
tions, Homesteads, and
Individuals who manage
J TRY HAM or BACON i
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow.
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAB
Hotel St., bet. Bethel and Nuuaiiu.
Smoked here at homo and
sold without covering. The
brands you buy of us are
superior to all others.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Fall Millinery .
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDO., FORT ST.
185 editorial rooms 250 bul
nen office. These are the telephone
numberi of the Dullctlrj.e'flcf.'i'
Joseph. A. Gilman,
sinrriNO and commission merchant.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Ma!ne;
PARR0TT & CO., San Tranciico. A,
.,' mwi fr-ma