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Broken Lines and Odds and Ends Must Go. The
Prices are Cut in Half.
Sale Now On
Ladies' White Linen Suits
Biggest Reductions on Record
miCES THAT WILL MAKE THEM MOVE LIVELY:
.$7.50 SUITS $:t.oo
0.00 SUITS $3.50
8.50 SUITS .?.'i.75
?8.75 SUITS 9 i.00
$9.00 SUITS $1.50
'.$10.00 SUITS $5.00
$12.00 SUITS ?5.!)0
$15.00 SUITS $0.90
Boule de Soie
A pretty material for afternoon
anil evening gowns. Nile Green,
Light Blue, Pink, and Cardinal.
COc quality, 37 l-2(v n yd.
White Filet Curtain Net
ii inches wide, GOc quality 37 l-2 a yd.
for Skirts or Boys' Wear 12 l-2o quality 8 1-3 a yd.
Butter Valenciennes Laces
2c ami 35o quality
Solid colon, striped design; Cream, Champagne, Brown, Green, and
Gicy. .20o quality 1- l-2 a yd.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
of Pure Foods, Relishes and
of the finest Flavor and Quality
Itfo Others Quite So Good
ii u..jxca cuuuauun ttumamusMxam .... . , - - i
lupin iiii yi iiiiiiiiH i ii MM
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phono 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Broken Lots and Broken Sizes.
40c Corset Covers 25
COc and 75c Corset Covers 35(
$1.25 Corset Covers 75
for 1 5 c a piece of 12 yds.
for 25( n piece of 12 yds.
Opp. Fire Station
Trices 15c, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1
NUUANU below HOTEL.
There has not been
enough rain to in
jure the roads to
COUNTY BILLS ARE
Solons Act on Accounts
Dating Back For
Month or More
QDINN URGES NEED
FOR CLOSE ECONOMY
Complaint Is Made That Merchants
Have Been Slow About Getting
in Bills Purchase of
Engine and Roller
Hills for HiipplleM. which hnil been
iiiniititlin; mi kIiicp .Innunry I. worui
Jumped through In xliorl order by tin?
Unpen lnors In their tneetliiK btBt
lllKht. OttlllB ti the illillk' foutwii'll
tlic Mu or unci the llwiril, ciincuriiliiK
(ho porMiimi'l of tlio various Htiunllim
committees, unit the coimiMiui'lit au
thority to contract linleliUMlni'BH, Ills
Honor (U'cIIiiimI to takv part In the pro-
ri-oilliiKH. anil Bat pniwlvuly by wlillo
SupurilMiir Lokuii wunt IhrntiRli tho uu
tiihllHhoil practice of iihijlnt; chairman
DcHpItu tho letiKth of time which
mcrclinntH have hail to Rut their state
inentH Into Khapc. all weto not In last
nlttlit. Uuliiti Hticevsteil that the af
fairs of the Iloaril kIioiiM ho conducted
In Just as orderly ami busluess-llku a
iiKiniier as tliu affairs of iui private
coiH)ratliu would be, anil hiiiwhUmI
that a rule be luaile that nil aeeounts
must he In by the end of the c-nriulit
Iheie was rniihhleiahle talk about
i-riimuiilzlni;. Supervisor Qiiliui tulklliK
at letiKth on thu necessity for cutting
down i'penses In order to Ket thloiiKli
without a herlous dolldoncy. I.uk'Iiii
iiltiioiinrud that he had hopi-d to pre
sent a statement of tin" niiaiiecs of the
City and County at the meeting, but
I Iiii t matters weie so taiiKled up thai
he bad been able to get but the barest
Idea of the true state of affairs.
Despite the. claim that economy was
necessary, n losolutlou was put
Ihrouitli to advertise for bids for a
portable steam engine and n petrol
(thlc toller for tho V.wa road dlstilrt.
Supervisor Knnc. who has appar
ently been Kradually developing Into
tho "tisln It" member of tho uiujoilty.
got his chance to take exception to the
voto of tho Hoard, when tho date of
tho next meeting was being discussed.
He wanted to have the Hoard congre
gate at I o'clock Thursday afternoon
while A.vlett stated that at I o'clock
he would ho on duty and therefore un
able to he present. Logan suggested
that, though he personally would like
to have the meeting at I o'clock so as
to hao It over with, ot ho believed
that Supervisor Aylett should ho taken
Kane stuck to his gioiind, and when
the vote was dually put on tho mo
tlou to adjoin n, ho thrilled "No" at
the trip of his voice.
Tho routlno deliberations of the
County Solons follow:
Routine of the Meeting
Supervisor Quint) as chairman of
tho Committee on Hoads ami Htldgcs
presented tho budget for IiIh depart
ment. Kane moved that It bu adopt
Tho usual dialogue having taken
place between Supervisor Uigan and
Ills Honor, tho Supervisor put tho mo
tion. Qulnn then moved that tho Auditor
bo dheeted to draw warrants as called
for In the lepoit.
The .Ma or again lefused to put tho
iiuesljon, so Logan heiolcally Jumped
Into thu breach and tho motion car
rled, only .McClcll.in voting "No."
Kline for tho Coimnlttio on VI ro De
partment and Dlectllc Light then pic
sented tho ImdgetB for his depart
meats and moved their adoption.
Tlio Mayor declined to put the ones
Hon, us well us (julmi's following mo
tion that tho Auditor bo directed to
draw warrants its specified In tho re
poit. Logan then put tho question.
The toport of the Committee on 1'ub
He Kxpemlltures was presented h)
Tho motions that tho report bo ac
cepted and that tho Auditor ho direct
ed to draw warrants, weio put by Lo
gun, His Honor having declined to do
Loguu called attention to tho fact
that thu Auditor had had to purchase
a now set of hooks and that an over
draft on his pro lata, of Situ, was the
result Ho therefoio moved 4hat Hie
expenditure- ho nppioved and tho mon
ey bo deducted monthly until thu total
Logan called attention to tho fact
that this had nothing to do with the
conuulttco dispute, and asked the
Major to put tho question
His Honor compiled with the icrptost
and tlm motion was passed annul
(Julnn then pioumted tho icpoit of
the Committee on Hotids mid Htldgcs
Honolulu, t. n., Wednesday, van. 10. 1009
FORT ST., below KING
recommended ih.it a poi table steam
engine and a pitmllihlc toller be pro
Some ipiesiion was ndsed concern
ItiK the method ol securing tho petro
lllhtc tidier, It being a patented in
tlclu and for sale by tint one firm. I
was finally ilctlilnl that tho foumillt'
of ailvcitlsliig for bids would have to
ho gone tlitough with.
In regard to the communication from
Vrank 8. Dodge, manager of the Her
nlco I'ntinhl lllshop Untitle, relative to
tho grading of certain Kaknako lots,
Clulnn reported that tho work Is un
der wny ninl will he completed within
ti few weeks.
Regarding the Kawalahao stoim
drain on Ala Moan.i road, (ulnu re
ported that his conuulttco agreed with
tho Hlshop Kstate t dative to tho tie
cesslty for n concrete wall. He stated,
however, that such n wall would cost
about $2500. which money Is not nvall
able. He stated that the ditch will he
kept In order, and leconimoiided (hat
as soon as the money may be uvall
able tho wall be built
Tho report was adopted on lagan's
(lulnti then made a plea for economy
stating that It would he necessaiy
to exercise the greatest economy un
til after Jul) 1. in order to avoid run
ning hopelesslv Into debt. Ho also urg
ed Hint llrms having bills against tho
City and County should he icqiilrcd to
have their statements In by the last of
the current month.
Tho report of the Auditor for (he
oar ending January 1, lilt)!), was then
rend. On motion of Logan, tho report
wan filed for lefeicnce.
Logan then moved that the Tieasur-
cr's report be placed on file, but that
tho rending of it lie waived. The mo
tion was adopted.
Tlio Mayor presented u conimimlca
tlou nccomp.tn.vlng u letter fiom .Nihil
Hnskott, giving notice of his Intention
lo bring action ug.ilnst the City and
County of Honolulu for alleged Injur
ies tecelvcd when ho was run Into by
a flro engine.
Tho matter was referred to City
and County Attoruc) Cathcurt.
A communication from District
Magistrate Amlraile, announcing the
appointment of Leon Vet Sluing as
Chinese and Kngllsh Interpieter, mid
asking that his compensation he llxed
at 7."i, vvns presented.
ICnno witntid the- nintlei- deferied
until It could he ascertained whether
or not thu nun) is competent. A dls
ciisslou arose over the appointive pow
er and tho mutter was teferted to the
The County Clerk presented a com
muulcullou announcing the icslgn.i
tlou of 1'iaiicls l'.vnns and tho appoint
tueiit of Henry Van (llesen us tpe
wilier. It wns approved
A communication from Herlha Klein
me, asking permission to move a liouxe
iioni Niiuatiil avenue adjoining the
Kaglu Hotel, was referred to tin
Itoads Committee with Instructions lo
consult with the Cll and Count) At
A communication fiom Adjutant
(ienernl Jones of the National (iuard.
asking that two water carts be loaned
to tho National (luuid for use dining
tho coming encumpmeiit, was lefened
to thu Committee on Itoads ami
Director I'etrlo presented a request
that the File Depaitment bo allowed
lo participate In tlio Vloiat Parade on
tlio -I'd instant. Tho lequesl was
Tho announcement was made that
tho .Maor had approved Orilinanii
No. 4, piohlhltlug the erection ami
uialntaiuanco of lodging houses within
close ptovlmlty to any puliU school
The do ifc i of thu now ,ii' of th
City an I ti.nnly of Ilonol.ilu was at
The May , Biiggcfitcd Hint .1 l.itgc
replica of tho seal ho placed over the
door leading to tlio county otllces
On motion of Kune, tho Hoard ad
journed to Thursday afternoon at T so
Kauo wanted tho meeting held at I
o'clock In thu afternoon and voted
"no" on the motion.
Tile Tieasuret's leiHirt showed
none) on hand us follows.
In tho general account tho receipt
column shows cash on hand .lanuar)
1, HioS, Siil.S!)S8. Tho grand total or
tecelptu Is given as u'J 1,073.0',.
In the dlslinisement columns the
total was $T, 13, 171.1U. leaving a (ash
balance to 1'J'l!) or $17,00:.' IB. With ie
selves for outstamlltig wairants
amounting to over u thousand dollais.
tho total cash balance uu hand Jatiii
my 4. lUiiO was ? IS.00.1.75
Among the disbursements are the
lollnvvlng. Attorney's olllce. 1.1,4SI :'8,
Auditor's olllco, J3CC3; Cletk'B olllce
$T03!t S"; commission, collection of
load tux. $707 57; Kwa road dlsttlct
$21.88!.Ufi; electric light department
$:3,'.i73iM; Knglueer'B dcpartincnt. $0.-
178 IS; tire department, $55,580 17,
gaihago department, $10,189 82; Ha
wallan baud. $111,470.28; Knplohinl
I'aik $si:',!i7it; keepers of p.uks, $3,
HI'.' 82, Koohiuloa loud dlsttlct, til.
85ii'JI; Koolaupoko load dlstilcl $:Mi,
SUO, police department, $91,3S'J 12, po
lice ami llio alarm. $3918 52 and
$:i.'il'J"i. poimiliiuster. $55801, mad
diipailmeiit. $1SU.;37 23; ShelllT ami
dupullui), $7820; Tieusuter'a olllco, $3,-
MlSib: Walanae toad dlsiiiit Jl
'.10139. Wuliilitil iu.nl dlsiiiit J:.
SSI SH and $1o.ililH. Walm.iiiuli. n,
district. $!.V'i5. Incidentals Adn--to
boatd. $l"4.82; Cm oner's fees $7li
count) olllce lent. $ISih); elenlon .
tielises. $8.')!i 0.1; lnsiiiunce $3'i, ins,.,
ilou or Supervisors $21250 Invi-uu
Hlg Siliei-vlsois re .1. N dm J
Knlulanl Tinct $2s.-2. I.enbl lb..
J 1 ", 1 1 : outstamlltig vyuiiants. ?'.".'''
salarv of Supervisors $1 2.19 !"i. '. i
liess fees. $I0C2 4n
MANY BILLS WILL
That the coming session of the I .
Islatllie will bleak all record -i ,n t n
as the number or bills Inti-oilim ,t i
Coiicernod. Is the heller or tliosi nln.
tiro keeping In touch with the m
leglslatois Apparent!) everv n v 1
elected solon bits n few pet mcisuu -whlrb
he Intends presenting fm tb.
consideration of his fellow law uiiik
ers ami each believes Hint his bills nr.
the ones that tiro incited to have Hie
Territory from the eternal bow-wows
The Honorable Joel Cohen denloi
that he will offer more than one bill
however. Ills tax bill Is Ills pet me.is
mo, and ho contemplates conceiitrai
ing nil of his energies In that direction
Incidentally he Is enlisting the suppoii
of the lulliieiillnl ones in his cause
ami expects to take his mensuie inin
the Senate with good, substantial luck
ALAMEDA SAILS FOR
THE PACIFIC COAST
The Oceanic liner Alameda, carry
lug a good list ol passengers and
freight for the C'oasi, sailed tuts morn
Ing at lo o'clock. The passengers, as
usual, were loaded down with lels.
andthe Hawaiian baud pht)ed 111 honor
or tho departing ptssengers.
The Alameda bad In her hold HI."
tons or miscellaneous cargo, which
consisted or 9527 trigs or sugar, italll
bunches of lunanas. 3140 hags of rice
tlio hags or coffee, 1158 cases of flesh
pineapples, 1015 bundles or bides, ami
"no bags or rlco bulls She cm rled a
huge amount of mall for the mainland
Trunk Kane, despeinto ihntactcr
or San l-'ranclsio. slain with lei- pick
1.) L' J llogel. i in pouter. Jealous)
over hello of Hairlclt stieet being
laiise of ciiioiiuler
he Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
$600 House and Lot on Judd nr.
Niiuanu. 02 x 42.
J500 House and Lot at Alcwn, be
low Judd St. 50 x CO.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75x300.
AND OTHER BAROAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
7A S. KINO ST.
P. H. BUBNETTE,
Attorncy-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. ; Agent to Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
TILEY ARE KEEN
Best Draught Beer
Every One of Them. See our
J. M. L E V Y & C 0.
Orders for StocR
C. H. BELL1NA leaves for S. F. on
the 26th. Orders for stock of any
kind will receive his careful atten
tion. CLUB STABLES
This Fact that in addressing Mrs. Pinkliam you arc con
fiding your nrivate ills to a woman a woman whose ex
perience with women's diseases cover-, twenty-five years.
The present Mrs. I'inkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia E.
Pinkham, was for years under her direction, and lias ever
since her decease continued to advise women.
Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad
to worse, knowing well that they ought to have immediate
assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shriiik
from exposing themselves to the questions and probable
examinations of even their family physician. Such ques
tioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost
you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual
experience is great.
MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION:
Women sufferingfrom any form of female weakness are in
vited to promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn,
Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by
women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness
to a woman; thus has been established this confidence
between Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America which,
has never been broken. Never has she published a testi
monial or used a letter without the written consent of the
writer, and never has the company allowed these confi
dential letters to get out of their possession, as the hun
dreds of thousands of them in their files will attest.
Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs. Pink
ham has to draw from, it is more than possible that she
has gained the very knowledge needed in your case.
She asks nothing in return except your good will, and her
advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or
poor, should be glad to take advantage of thi.s generous
offer of assistance. Address Mrs. Pinkham, care of Lydia
li. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mas.
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We take the RISK We GUARANTEE it ABSOLUTELY.
P. & B. Paints
are the best and cheapest protective paints manufactured.
P. and B. Building Paper
needs no introduction. All the New Building at Fort Shatter are
lined with it.
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Horse, Buggy and
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
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Office Supply Co.,Ud
031 FORT ST.
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