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EVBNINO BULLETIN, HONOLPLTj. T. H., SATURDAY, JAN. d, 1909. '
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t Use PAU KA HANA and 4
t reduce the house work, j
E Buy from your grocer. j
For all purposes. Oar stock is complete in every line
of brush for use on teeth, hair, hand, clothing.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND PORT STREETS.
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No Longer Dry
ST. CLAIR BIDQOOD, Manager.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO., LTD.
002-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "HA.TT" HEFFEBN. serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANTJ.
is absolutely Pure and we
make Any Flavor To Order,
patronize our Cake Deport-'
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Bulletin Business Office Ph,one 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening,
Bulletin Qivei a complete lummary of
the new of the day,
(Continued from Paste 1)
until recently the small lnndlioldlngs
wero not encouraged and were not
profitable, but wh the diversity la
agricultural products n"modlflca,tlon,of
tho sjstem of landholdlhg will neces
' In order to, deal wisely w,tl the land
question, the governor o ftawall ap
pointed a commission to study and. te
non upon land conditions and make
recommendations for needed changes.
It is earnestly hoped that a system wlil
be adopted under which farms may be
acquired of small acreage, simitar to
the homestead o nthe mainland, so
that ultimately the land will borcultl
ated by many owners Instead 6f by
tenants alone. Such a change does not
Involve tho destruction of tho sugar
plantatlons.'as was feared by some, but
will Increase the area or arable land
and jSermlt the use of lands for tho
crops which will be most profitable.
In this connection ! havo had Mr,
rfewelf, the director of the. acclama
tion Service, mako a thorough personal
examination of tho land and. water con
ditions in tho Islands or the purpose
of considering n plan for the reclama
tion of' lands which, can not now be
cultivated because of the lack of"wal
er. The water conditions In Hawaii
are phenomenal. It is generally sup
posed that the rainfall throughout the
Islands la excessive. This is true In
localities, but there are thousands of
acres, whero Irrigation Is as necessary
as In the arid districts of tho West.
Tho Federal Government should
treat Hawaii as It does the mainland,
giving its people the advantage of all
tho work which Is being carried on b)
the Departments of Agriculture and
the Interior In tho study and develop
ment of Its agricultural possibilities.
Directly connected with the land
and agricultural problems Is the ques
tion of labor. Since cutting off the
supply of. Asiatic labor means must be
taker to provide for the substitution of
that labor, as It Is required, with labor,
from the mainland of Europe. .""herf
Is the heartiest cooperation between
the sugar planners, now the large em
ployers of labor, and the Federal Gov
ernment In working out tljle difficult
Tho transportation Interests of the
Territory desert o our most careful
consideration. Tho success of Increas
ing and dlcrslf)lng the agricultural
products of the Islands depends upon
proper transportation facilities by wat
er. One harbor, nt tpnitt iiunn naJn
island should be provided so that the
prouuets or that Island may bo Bhlpped
directly to tho markets of (ho world.
Congress has dlrtcteoMho, beginning of
this work, but further appropriations
should be made Immediately available.
The ultimate commercial development
of our trade with tho Orient Is directly
connected with proper provisions for
ocoan transportation with tho Islands.
Tho general conditions of the Terri
tory nro admirable. Educational work
la given thorough attention. School
conditions In the Islands nro most un
usual. In the same school thnro n
often represented more than a dozen
different races. The school courses
ore thoroughly practical, especial at
tention being given to Industrial
Owing to the exlstencn of lunuv
tho nrohlpmn tktfnntintr l.n ...il
health have received careful attention.
...vi UU9 ui-vu iuo closes cooperation
"""" i"u local authorities and tho
Federal service but both aiithm-itio.
feel tho need of certain changes In the
iuw, wnicn novo been presented to
Congress, tho purpose of, which Is to
give crcatcr miihnrllv in lim h.,.ui.
authorities to take necessary protec
tive measures to prevent tho Introduc
tion and spread' of contagious diseases.
Tho Iruporlanco of this legislation can
not bo overestimated, ticcausn of ti,n
enormous number of travelers to and
rrom trie Orient who enter or pass
through tho port of Honolulu.
'BUS WORKING AGAIN
The auto 'bus. which has heen'nnt
of repair, is now again In commis
sion and will run to th r-mmtrv
Club grounds from the Nuuanu car,
line tomorrow morning. A specially
fine table d'hote luncheon In nrnmliu.il
nt the club-house. The Sunday'lun,-
tiieuus are ueconiing very popular
with automobile parties.
WANTS TQ WALK
William TMahnnr" la nml,ttln.. t
test his pedestrian abilities and will
enter the walking race tomorrow, 'ho
announces. Dlshow believes that h'
can make things lively for some of
,i. i i iii.ii ... .i. . .
uiu iuttti nmers," ana fftll make o,
iry ui me game, at any rate.
SAME OLD STORY
He (durlog snat): -At thn mar.
rlage altar jou p'romlsed to love, hon
oi, and obey. She: And you agreed
iu uiinutv iuo iprun an your worldly
goods. He: Wel.1T 'She: WellT,
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Making A-ktiNi for tk. yarl
ous oerxijBfi o vq vitJ5
ij oi nonotuiaj
r.. . ...... . i j . c ln tUe respective districts named
BE. IT RESOLVED bv lh rtoard ,-.-i ..i.j I . ... I
of Sunervlsora of. the Cltv and Coun- ... .,.. 1.1.. ...i n.i.. .. ...
- , J i w !" iuuiimij Buuuivimuns oi um
That the followtng sums, amaunt
Ing to T,wo. Mt)lrd and. Ot,ty-6ne
Thousand Two.llundred nnd Twenty
( likt.iaa rinvnatlnr hVo t,jr.v. .n.
f . . V "'iStr, -, --it ' "'""y. K iionoiuiu iouu uu
r. ". " sy-. a .iumui,wt. Kwa and walanae 700 00
of the City and, County of Honolulu, Koolauloa
and general expenses of
with the Fourth day of January,
lSdS, at '12 oc)ock noon, and ending
u siaiea in, nt
' r Per lionth. 81x Months.
Salaries fixed " '
bylaw ...(t2,O9S.0O t 1 2,570,00
supplies . ', 1
es . 126.00
supplies . . .
office e in '-'
supplies 7. .
supplies . T.
Payroll ..,'.. 30.00
n e 0 r 1 ng 1 "
and Sur- '"
v 1 )' 1 a 1 n
Payroll . . . . j
Kaplo la n I
M a 1 n t e-
C 0 natcuc-
tlon of t
11 r l.dges.
Honolulu ...11,500. 00
Ewa ........ , 800.00
WaUjnae ..,,N 4Q0.00
waiaiua .... 1.876.00
Koolauloa ... .l,C2S.6a
Koolaipoko ., 1,826.00
ai a 1 n t e-
nauco o f
- . .. . . .
supplies . . ,
M a i n t e
iiai.ee, o f,
fire B Ra
,C o, t"l e, c-
tton a n, d
' 'M, a"l n te-
Kunawai Lane, 1 Bedroom, ... 7.00
Nr. Fort St Bridge, 3 BJL. . 8.00
Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 3 B, R. . . 15.00
P. E. R. Strauch
WAJTY 8LPJJ, H 9, jajfa ? Jf
.Co n struc-
I a ctrlc '
Payrpll ..,.'. 676.00
Material and ' ' v
supplies ... 1,000,00
Ma) Ij ii t. e-
"nanca o (
Alyro, Sys,: .
B"Bniie. . , ,
M a I u t
nance" o (
U a wallau
76.00 4(0.00 A'llTLl
1 KKn nn aHilEaTH
I1H IT PtirtTUKll IIRSnt.VRfl lm(
the following sums, amounting to
Ten Thousand nnd Fifty Dollars
$10,060), nre hereby appropriated
ue paid out of moneys in the road
r ni.nl i.n.1 rt tt. fttr ntiit
County pfj 'tjonf lulu, for the building
and maintenance of roads and brldg-
In the respective districts named
amount bb stated In the schedule
thereof herein contained:
Honolulu 8500 60
for salaries flied, by law and, other Koolaupoko 175.00 1,060.00
salaries,, wages of labor, donations 'a'd nR it PtiriTitir' npam.vt-n
tile said City that tho Audltorlla hnrehv nnthnrl.l
ocKinniog and directed to draw wnrrnnts on itio
Treasurer for any of tjio Bums named
ftV .Z T.7i.;iI .7 ' --r, --- ureiu, or pans inereor, upon Having
With the Thirtieth dav nf .funk larto. ai..i .m. i... ..t....' .. . .
t ---711-. , ', , "":u "u u,,u ciieauies 01 Baianes
Bald payment to be made in pr'o.ro.ta flxed by law and other salaries, ot do-
monthly subdivision, of said amount nations named herein, or payrolls and
as stated In, the schedule thereof of nrrmmt. tnr mni.rioi ,t ...u..
. t . ...- .v. M-t.,.,,n, .uu BuilUlin,
accompanied br orlelnnl vouchors
and certified by the Clerk as having.
oecn uuiy passed by tho Board of Su
pervisors at any ree-ulsr mpotlncr nr
any special meeting called for the
purpose of considering- expenditures.
AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLV
ED that to make exbendlturei iimtr
this resolution, It shall be necessary
mat an salary lists, Items ot dona
tions, nayrolls, Items of matcriola
and suDDlles. nnd account, nf irinr.
la) expenses shall before being present-
u w mo uuiiu ui supervisors, oe
nastfpd nnnn tiv n immlh.. nH r.MM.
mlttees and by such be repotted to
-d uuu.u ui ouyvrriaura wun me
recommendation' 6f such Committee
or Committees, and sums found ib be
lawfully due and payable may then
be yoted upon singly) or ''collectively
as convenient on a call 'of the ayes
and noes'ln thevent of any such
Commltteo falling or neglecting to
so pass upon any, such matters, or to
make any recommondattdn In regard
thereto, the Board may theroupon
AND BE IT FURTHER RES0I7V
ED that no nuymenta undnr ihi- rn.
olutlon shall be made, .nor Indebted
ness g the City and County of Hono
lulu Incurred, In any month in excess
of, the monthly pro rota sums herein
The foregoing resolution making
Appropriations for thn vnrtmm oni-if-
lis of the City and County of Hono
lulu, was, at a Regular Meeting of the
Board ot Supervisors of the City and
County ot Honolulu held on Tu,iiiv
January 6, A. D. 190J, passed to
print on the following nvn anil nn
vote of tho said Board of Sunervl-
Ayes Ahla. Avlett. Cot. Kiinn
Logan, Qulnn. Total, C.
Noes-McClellan. Tnlnl 1 '
BOARD pF SUPEUV1SORS OF THE
urrr anu COUNTY OF HONO
LULU. Oy D. KALAUOKALANI. JR .
Clt, and County Qlerk. City and
County of. Honolulu.
BE 'IT IlPSftf.Vvn nv mtiv
DOAlin rtP RtltiRnvXanna rn miv
CITY AND COUXTY (IV irnNru.ni.'it
IIfA-r: ' ' "-'".T-r
The proper authorities of the City
aoit County be an'd they are hereby
authorised and directed to execute on
behalf 05 the City and County a lease
of the entire second, floor ot tbe Mc
Itityre Building for the term ot two.
years at a monthly rental ot Two
Hundred and, Fifty ($250.00) Dol
lars Tier mnnlh nlaffi-l. IIbI. mnA
r-T- T -r," -. i "U
Janitor sorvlce to be furnished by the
lessor, the form ot the,' lcaao t,o be ap-
J.. T7 "' lHJf ,vu .ul county Attorney.
Honolulu, January 8, 1909.
" W." H. McCLELLAN.
n-fin fnrAirnln ..n,li,H.H . . .
7 "7,70-w,M T-Y'W" wan, HI u
Special Meotlng ot tbe Board o( Su
....i... ii.i ...:. .i !.
y. ..y""AT v V'v -" wouuijj 01
Itonolu.lu, ljjeld on Friday,' January 8.
..w, iMAu iu jym uu o UJIIOW-
8,400.99, ng vote of-tjhe said,:Uord:
Aire,., auiu, Ayieti, na,ne, Logan,
McCIelian, Qulon. T9UI 6.
Absent and not votlnari Cox. To
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE
4.050.00 LULU, by
aa D- KALAUOKALANI, JR ,
6,000.00 Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
The latest and lanvst ..-
ot hand-nuo'e ani'pajnted leaihet
postcards in Hawaiian Viewi.Jlow.
era 'and Fruits, t" 7 I
"9 Kotel St.. bet. BcthcraM Jfunana,
SOW pN EXHD3ITI0N.
B03T0N BLDG., F01T ST.
.M lllll naMUA
RAT and ROACH Paste
A 200 box of SUarna' Hlectrlo Pasts will kill off all tho rata and
1(1 ' rnioe in a house In a elnglo nlalit.
DmtrvRmta mnd Avoid Planum
Both local and national othclils recommend Steams' ElectifL Paste is the
sujest way oi destroying rats, the source and breeder ot the plague. Watch
for tbe rats and aee that you hive a box ot Steams' Electric Patte teaJy to
kill oil tbe lust invader. oz. dox .jc, i o oz. dox 9 : .uu.
' 114 If SrsMlau s4 atneral eleree atirr-an I er Mft dl-ett tm Unlit el p4t.
STEAMS' EUCTIrC PASTE CO., Buffalo, !.. Y., U. S. A.
A Large Line of Lightweight
at IOC per yard.
Hi. Ahoy, Nuiianubelovi; Hotel
i - 1 1 i iai. ii.al am aimiiiaaiai
M. E. SILVA
Undertaker and Embalmer
AU business entrusted in my care will .receive
prompt and polite attention. I have a parlor
where funeral sen-ices can be held or bodies kept
when desired. .. -
1120 FORT ST. P. 0. BOX 829.
PHONE 179. NIOHT CALL 1014.
Eor Tliis Cold Weather
Fine Woolen Blankets, white and colore
Sheets, Bedspreads and Pillow Cases
YEE CHAN cfc CO., Ltd.,
PHONE 627. KING and BETHEL 8TS.
Rits, Lamb ad Mutton
Tender and Juicy, from New
Zealand by the Aorangi.
MetroDOlitan Meat Co.. Ltd.
1.' a ,- - t--
Phone 45 I
Joseph A. Gilman,
8HJPPINQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Agent for ABTHDB SEWALL ft CO., Bath, Maine;
PABKOTT & CO., Ban Francisco.
TBe BuUetin kFifst
1. la Newi Service. . 3. Cify CrrcnlatlonT
2. AU'kinds of Advertising. 4. Ontiide Cirealatioi
fi. TftW Cir"nlaUoa, .,1
Any advertise can rave, money by wing; the B u 1 1 e t i n
exotoiYely. It covert the field. The rate in proportion
to urriceii the .lowest in Hawaii. , 1:; :: 5: ,:: ::