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ANNUAL CLEAN-UP . SALE
Cross Bar Organdies
In floral patlenis and pretty colorings
05 ct. quality
In solid colors.
20 ct. quality 13i8 yd.
23 ct. quality 15 yd.
In solid colors. -20
ct. quality 10 yd.
White, cream, and champagne.
23 ct. quality 15 s,' yd.
White, cream, Pongee.
35 ct. quality liOf1 yd.
Polka dots, stripes, and floral designs
1G 2-3 ct. quality 10 yd.
30 ct. quaUty Jtiyd,
10ct. quality (( yd,
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
Wo. Ilm undersigned, V. CI. 1U IN mill K. I. Sl'ALlyXCI, TrustceR
under Heed of Tiunt (luted .Jamiarv 21, 19(1J, mndo liy HAWAIIAN SV
(1A COMPANY tci tin) umle'rtdgned ut Trustees, liercliy glvo notice to tjiu
lioiidhiildeiH (if tho Hawaiian Sugar Company of lliu election of said Com
pany to rodcoui and jiay, mid of the ii'ilomptlnn and payment of tlio
fallowing mimbored bonds of Raid C iniinny on tlui KIUST DAY OV
AT'MI.. 190'J. ut the om. of Hie Jll2itt'AN I'll.K TUI'ST COMPANY Ob'
HAN I'UANCISCO In tlio City nml Court ()r S.in I'iiuicIkco, Hliilo of Cal
1 no 12C is I 2i .nor: ?,s-i 4C2
" 0l i-R isn i7 :io7 noo 4C.i
.' 5S ino 18G y ti :i:s 4nr,
6 f2 Ji is7 Jr.i' ::i:i ::!ti 457
n "i isa iss n six ' 39c 45s
!2 75 1S7 U!) 2fi: .-.l!) a7 400
13 7r. 13S io fiG :i2u nns 4ui
l 81 IS!' . 11U 2B7 .121 S'J!) 4C2
17 a.-, no iua r,s y!2:i ion 405
20 SI 111 107 2C0 321 102 4C
21 8I", 112 1UD 2fi2 1120 40U 407
2" 8B 113 201 201 H2!) 4O0 408
' SS I4C 202. 205 333 110 471
2S S!) 147 201 200 3:i!l I lit 473
2,! UO llil 210 20S 310 420 4S0
-'S - I 1I8O 211 271 311 421 4S2
2A 'M 1B3 211 272 313 121 4S3
"" OH. ' ir,fl 2in 273 211 120 4SH
W ' 'lfl' ll! 27S 34.'. 42!l 487
27 !'!i Ifll . 2IS "SO 3(7 ISO .4S8
II 1"2 - l,l "222 2SS 3I8' I31 48?
12 10" ilfi 220 280 3111 132 401
f 10) -107 228 200'' 3fi2 433 403
40 1110 10S 233 201 3r. I 431 401
IS 107 Ifio 231 202 3 (To 43S 403
13' 109 170 233 203 301 4 10 COO
I 113 171 237 201 302 112
CI HI 172 . 230 208 303 441
I"." llfi 173 211 200' 3fi!i ' '143'
6" 111) 173 212 301 308 1 17
0 122 170 213 302 374 418
BO 123 1S3 2 IB 30J 37r, 140
Tlio holders of above muuliored liomls nro heieliy iiotlfled to prcsont
for payment rtf principal nnd lutcient tn Apill 1st ,1000, and mil render
(mid bond fat tlio ilaeti and on tlio daln last aliovo meiitlimed, and that
oiler April 1nt, 1000, all Intuiejt 011 Bild bonds mimbered as ufortwiid
shall -I'easo . i
Honolulu, t. II., l'obruiir 1, 1H00.
W. (1. IKWIN,
t i:. I. SPALDING, ,
Ti unices under mild Hawaiian Sugar
Now Lot of
Bini&g' Room Sets
EARLY ENGLISH FINISH
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
15 ct. quality 8 yd.
In a large variety of patterns.
U5 ct. quality 9 yd.
10 2-3 ct. quality . ., 10 yd.
Sheer material, pretty designs.
25 ct. quality 15 yd.
Soft and silky, in neat patterns.
40 ct. quality 30 yd.
Embr'd Silk Organdies
50 ct. quality . . : 872lji yds
In pretty floral designs.
30 ct. and 35 ct. quality, 20 yd.
New designs and colorings.
35 ct. quality 20 yd.
Soie du Monde
30 ct. quality 20 yd.
STREETS opposite FIRE STATION.
Company Tiust Deed.
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
Films to .
(Continued From Tst 1)
nq to fix their wages for public sorvico in connorlinn with tho
euro nml inniiitcnanco of tlio public highways, fur if it has not
this jtowcr it cannot ilclcgato it nor c'nn the jiinycr bo uvolvctl
from or bused Uon nny lcgislntivo net, onliiiuiicc, rule of pro
cctliiro or resolution of tho lionrd whntsocver.
Tlio cviilehco was jiroicrly rojected which tho defendant
offered to show tho purpose of tho nctiou tnkeii by the liourd of
siipervisor.1 of tho eount.y of Oahu on Jnmmry -1, lOOi), just
before tho hour of noon when it.s oflico expired, in :i!k1 isliinir nil
"lionrds ronimitlcc, coinniifinii4, oilicers, jm-it ioiin nml employ
menu heretoforo crenteiK' by it nnd repealing "nil motion1, ,
votes, orders, resolutions, rules nnd rrgulntiona ereatiug or tend
ing to create" tho same, 11s well ns "tho rules nnd regulations
heretoforo adopted by this lioard nnd now in force."
Tho petition showing tlint in this enso the "warrant had been
examined, nllowed nnd ordered paid tho plnintiu" contends that
under McClniwhan v. Trail, 17 Hnw. 100, I!)!!, there ia no
"power which the tron-mrer himself has to decline to pay 11 war
rant which has been 'legally examined, nllowed nod ordered, pniil
by tho lioard of suporvUors,' as the Inw docs not constitute him
an authority to scrutinize tho nets of tho lioard and tn pay or
refine to pay warrants in payment of claims pas-ed by the lioai'if
neording, ns in his opinion, iho notion of tlio Ixmnl was legal or
illegal." 'J'ho ojiinion goes on to stnto: "The only way in which
payment of an unsiuthoricd, fraudulent or illegal ehiim can lio
lirevented after n warrant has lieen issued by tho auditor would
bo by 1111 injunction of 11 court having jurisdiction of such mat
ters; but no illegality, fraud or lack of authority appears in this
ca-e." The defendant insists that sinco under Sir. i:;s of tho
Municipal Act (which is Act 1 18 S. L. 1007), which was not in
the, County Act, ho would bo liahlo to tho city and county ami
on his IkiikI if ho "pay any demand on tho treasury not author
ized by law, ordinance or this charter," "ho has the power to
refu'c to pay if ho thinks that tho claim is illegal." u Lyman
v. Mayuire, 11 llnw. 1 -2, refusal to grant n writ of mandamus
to compel tho auditor of the county to ihsuo n.wnrrnnt on tho
treasurer in payment of a claim for salary ns sljcrill's clerk was
nllirmed, the court holding (lint "n county auditor has tho right
in a proper can. to ipiestion tho validity of claims allowed and
ordered paid by tho Iwiard of supervisors," nml that tno claim in
that-cnM) was not a lawful claim.
Upon tho whole wo are of opinion that Sec. 1!1S authorizes
tlm treasurer to refuse payment of a warrant bawd upon a claim
which in his opinion is unlawful, otherwise tho provision meant
to restrain illegal ue of municipal funds Would 1kv inoperative.
Sec. 1 of tho JIunicipal Act gives to tho city ill 1 tho powers of
every description of tho then existing county of Oahu nnd
declares that tho municipality is tlio successor of tho said county.
Sec. .'! of the County Act gavo tho county supervisors power "to
, open, construct, maintain' nnd close up public streets, highways,
roads, alleys, trails and bridges within its boiuidarios." Under
this power, thus transferred to tho city, tho selecting, engaging
and employment 0 per-ons to perform tho scrji-jco required in
maintaining public highways lieeamo mvessary. The lioard of
supervisors lias express power under Sec. 2!t of tho ilunicipal
Act "To lix tho hour-, of labor or service required of all
employees nninalwrers in the service of tho City aiurCounly,
nnd to fix their compensation." ut who nro to employ thu
Inliorers or employees, the Miorvisors, whoso general func'tunis,
ns defined by tho act, are legislative, or tho mayor who is mndv
by tho net tho chief executive ollicer? Tlio division or appor
tionment of public work is conveniently nnd properly mailo
neording U tho nature of tho service requinyl, as, for instance,
maintaining roads and bridges and clearing streets would nat
, urally come under 0110 head, sanitation and health another, and
so on. Each head, subdivision or department requires, in order
that it receive proper attention, some ono or moro persons to Iw
, placed in chargo authorized to employ men to do tho work
required to bo done. Under tho County Act tho boat'd of supcr
viborsnppointcd thd persons in chargo of each dcpartiiient.aud
tho chiefs of departments so appointed engaged iitd, looked after
tho employees, tho chief of tho departments being subordinate
oilicers of tho lioard under tlio power expressly given to tho
board by Par. L of Sir. 02 of tho County Act (Act 30 S. L
00.") : "To appoint such subordinate oilicers as they may deem
necessiry for tho public service," but this power is not given to
tho board of supervisors by tho Municipal Act. If this power
were not otherwiso placed by tho act it might lie implied, as con
tended by tho plaintiff, from tho power to ninintaiiw-oad?, hut
tho act, Sec. 8J, gives to the mayor thd power of appointing,
with tho approval of tho board, all oilicers whoso appointment is
not otherwiso specially provided for in tho net or by law.
According to tho plaintiff's theory this power would bo con
fined to tbo appointment of the mayors own secretary, no nthqr
oilicers lieiug specifically mentioned, with the ixis,ililo exceptioil'
of inspectors of elections. According to the theory of tlio defend
mil most relied upon, the oilicers referred to nro tliono not specifi
cally named in the act but actually exi-tiug under the county
government, particularly tlio-.e hoe ollices wero created tinde'r
territorial law nnd who continued to exerci-o corresponding
functions under tho county act. These, according to defend
ant's contention, would bo appointed by the mayor, with tho
approval of tho Ixiard of supervisors, nml would naturally mfd
by necessary implication have tho seloctjng of their own em
ployees. There nro parts of tho act which nro incoiiisleit with either
theory, but wo nro of tho opinion that the divided preponderance
of argument supports tho contention of tho defendant. Tho
powor to select employees might, in the alwuco of any other
lower, bo inferred from the. power given tho bupervisors'".To
mako contracts and to do all things necessary and proper to
carry into execution tlio foregoing powers ami all other powers
vested iu said City and County or in any ollicer thereof" (Sec.
2:i Par. 20), but such construction seems forceiKand unnatural.
It is admitted that tho enumeration of city and coumy oilicers
iu Sees. 2J; tio and DO is uot exhaustive, the existence of others
HONOLULU. T. H., MONDAY MARCH 1, 1900.
i-cinsr 1111 uieii in ,irs. 7. j:
;,.," , .....
incuts though not spccilieally
11,1,1 "".'T l"mvr ' employ
assumed in Sirs. 1:1.", mi
.01; i.i.iceuimi wncii aiiuitional cinplovees are required, is of
especial Higiiineaniy. The supervisors upon the recommenda
tion of tho inn.vor nullioriro the npointmont of mlifitioiuil
employees nnd prov.de for their riii,N.iniiii ; the appointments
nro uimlo by tho ollicer, Umn , ilepartmenl requiring them.
Miw seems incompatible will, tl. iiointn.ent of emplovees by
the supervisors. '
Tho plaintiir in this PM. .!.., not bring l,imelf within tlio
c ass ofeMp oyees employed by ,, ,,. fllolo olHlvr loMil , , ,
oflico will, tho power f iqq-iintu.ent. He claims solely under
Jns apiHiiutn.ent by the c.inmittee of tho supervisors, rniificd by
ho lKiard e are -of the opinion that his emplovment wa's
vilhom authority of law and that he has no legal claim to his
will. I'istruc ons to d.sm.ss i. ,K.,i,illM milI llll.rilliv,i writ
lC' !"'".". "''I'"'! ' ! ,l ( , Ml,,,.,,,,, for plaintiir.
n.A.hinwj, (A. .1. , will, I,!... n ihe brief) for
Favor Suspension of
The Coastwise Laws
"Whereas. Tlio coiupotltlon of bii'i
slillzcil foretell nlfiiiiifliliH, niaiuipil liy
cheap Inlmr, linn forccil various Amer
ican Btvnniurs Into rvtlrcmvnt iiuil
llircalciiH to cause further snepeimloti
of serlco hutwven Hawaii nml tlio
"Whereas. Tfcn American co.islwlvx
rrKlllntloim. While iiriviitliiir r,ir..l..n
vubkpis rrom carrjIiiR pimsoiiKerH lie!
iecn nnwnll nml Hie Jlnliilnml, Imve
not protected American xhlppliiK snffl
clently to provide needed trnimportn
Hon facllllk'H; nnd
"Whorcus, thu Miliimo of travel is
Brcntly lesseneil nml much unjust hnrd
ulilp, delay nnd expense, nre cnuiuil liy
the preBcnt lack of trunaportntlon fa
"Whereas, These, conditions unless
remedied hy lojtlsliitlon, Ihrentcn lo
liccoiuo worse. Ilmilly icmiltlm,' In din
nitrous iKoIntlou of thin Tcrrltur .
thercforu lie It
"lti'KiiUed. liy the I.eRUlntnro of llio
Territory of llawnll. Hint penilhiB tho
nptirntloti of nn effective, rhlp hulmlilj
Inw or other menauro which will en
cournBO American stenmshlp lines, tlu
constnlFu reKiilntloim uhjcli prohibit
foreign esnuls from cnrrjlng- pnssen
r.ers between llawnll nmi the .Main.
land Khould he miHpenilo'l; nnd
"Ilesolved. Thnt lij thus nskliiB for
n mispenslon of the coastwise ri'KUla
lions wo rclternto our henrly support
orilie sulmldy mensuru nnd our earnes
wUh to nee such n dovcloi liient of ihe
American merchant marine ns will
mnku use of foreign straircrs between
hero nnd tho coast unnocomni.v uud
wnrrnut a speedy restnuitloii of thk
lull force nnd effect of tl.'i coiiktwlsv
regulations; nml be it fiuther
"Ilesolved, Tlint copies or Iheso reso
lutions bo sent to tho President of Hit
United Stntes nnd to eneh of tho mem
hers of tho Senate nnd lac Hoaso ol
Ileprc8cntnllves, nnd thnt our Delcsnt.
Ill Congress. Hoik J. K. hal.inlnnunlt.
he urged t oContluuo his efforts lo si
euro ncllon in uccordiiiice with Ihe po
Icy herein Hinted; nml furthei
"llesoled. That wo do formallf en.
dorso and express iippreclntlon of the
excellent servlco our Delegate has til
maily renitorcd In this behalf."
"fills resolution was Introduced liy
Doutldtt this morning uud wub nilopl
l by tlio IIoubo aflur only a desultory
debate, lllco mildly opposed thu mens
lire, bill Inter withdrew his objections
nnd tho resolution went through with
out humping any other rocks.
Tho freighter Arlzonnn of Ilm
.Amcrlcnn-Hawallan lino arrived to-
uay rioiu B,m I'ninclsio, docldnfe ut
tho rnlliond wharf ut Vi o'clock. SI10
biought H9 bugs of mall for Hono
lulu, besides 1000 fons of geneinl
Kor Iho I.cllohua cavnlry odlcciB
she brought 02 polo ponies and 17
cavalry homes, Dr. Jas.'W. Uur
eneh of Iho I'lfth Cnyilry brought
Ihem down Iu splendid condition.
None of the,iinlmuU suffered sickness
ur died on tho trip down. '
i .- . ,
MIIIANDA In this city. Maicli 1,
1908. Louis II. Miranda.
San Francisco will piobably build
temporary Ktructuro to lnueo city do
Iiartmeuts on board of education lot.
Mrs. NlckollK Smith U-iud tellx of
being wedded dvu tlmeu and having
only thicu lumbamU
si i-m in 1 1 ,,. ,.1,
.. ,-,,, ,, ,, , ,,,, ii'iiari-
enaleii are frequently r. ferr.d to
subordinates and oiiii.lou'.s .
This Iat section, itrovidimr for
ANNUAL MEETING OF
SUOAIt FACTORS ASSN.
The nnnuiil meeting of tho Sugnr
1'nclors was ui this niornlng at the
1001ns or 1110 Asiclntlon. All the
regular business wns disposed of nnd
tho election of oilicers carried out
Thu following wero elected: Presi
dent I" A Schacfer; first vice presi
dent. .1 P Cooke, Hecond vice pres
ident, J V Haekfeld; treasurer, H.
V. Illshop secretary ami manager, 1-'.
V Alhertoii. uudllur, J. V. Huckfcld.
Find Help in Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
AVInclientor, Iml "Four doctors
told mo thnt they could never mako
mo regular, and
that I would event
ually lune dropsy.
1 would bloat, and
Miflcrfro in bearing
ilounpalus.crainps and chills, nnd I
could not sleep
nights. My mother
wrote to Mrs. l'lnk.
I began to tako
pound. After taking ono and one.
half bottles of tho Compound, I am all
right again, nml I recommend It to
erery sulfering woman." Mas. May
Dkal, Winchester, lud.
Hundreds of suoli letters from girls
and mothers uxnrcsiluir their crutitudo
for what I.ydla K. l'iukliani's Vege
table. Compound has accomplished for
them ha vo been received by Tlio I.ydla
K. l'iukliarailedlcltio C'omnauy, Lynn,
(llrls who aro troubled with painful
or Irregular periods, backache, hend-ache,(lr.igRiug-doun
ing spells or liidigestiou, should tako
immediate action to ward off the serl.
ous toiiSL'(Mieios and bo restored to
health by Lydia K. IMnklmm's Vege
ttblo Compounil. Thousands have been
restored to health by Its use.
If you would like special nilvlco
nliout your enso wrltoa coiillilcn.
tlal letter to Mrs. lMtikhuiii, at
Ljnn, Muss, llcr nilvlco in free,
nuil alwuya helpful.
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be.
low Judd St. 50 x 60.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line.' 75 x 300.
. AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
4 S. KING ST.
Mr. and Mrs
INO, and other
444 KING 8T.,
3V- .-7? "--a
NAPKINS and TABLECLOTHS
If you are start.
inR in house
cr the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
K Bishop St.
needs constant attention tc
keep it in the best condition
and preserve its finish and
are made to meet every con
dition to which floors, furni-'
ture, or woodwork may come.
K your woodwork is in pooi
condition, whatever the'
cause, these preparations will
greatly improve it.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 775.
Fried Chicken and:
on Special Order
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Dav end KiVht W. tr
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
. win. warham. Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST. ,
FINE DRIVING AND SADDLE!
HUllSES FOR HIRE OR SALE.
CLUB STABLES I
Fort St. !
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT. ,
m i our urocers. -. 1
You Want P.Utt-iA tuu: n ll'fl
Private Telephone Installed or Diy
Luucncs, can me
UNION ELECTRIC CO ..
Harrison Block. Phone 315
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185. 1