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SVENINO niTM.BTtN. HONOLULU. T. It,, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1909.
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FDR :E VERX,:5TD.UT WOMAN
u noo i la ipur(iriwn muuifff Fyfr'-'ffiffflfli iv vf tasrt ft
711 OHIO tliim n million stout women know that Ur 7i"".o
" Ki'ir-lU'diiflit; i tlr only eor.-t thtt v. ill :-..'.ispo
the abdomen with perfect comfort mid hygifiii cafety.
jpVERY womnn who hm worn it know: t t the Trc":;)
- Soir-KcditcliiK Cfiiiict it Miperior to ill oilier i i :
comfort, stylo mid durability Unit it in nu cUr urcli-i'rv
mlno aimpjy ns n corset, unying notliinrj r.bout itj ii.vdr.abl'j
imd cxcluairo sp-'eial features.
r?OK 1003 wo Iinvo ninn handsome modeh (three picti'.rl
iiboo) : u model for every ulotit womnn tall mid clo-1,
idwrt mid stout, or just "fat.1' And there 'u a price to iv.';
every purse. . A
At $3 00 Tho oltl Sorites, Noi. HI 2 and SHJ, of
v vvr w,iel ncnriy a million pair wr n.dd i.i
1007; and for women who want tho new "t!end.-r-!ii;"
effect are tho two new "FlatniiiK'-Haek" models, N'ea. .'Jit)
ind :), nt tho samo price ijW.OO.
At $5 OH Somewhat finer arc the Mercerised lro-
rtL P"V ended Corsets, Noi. 510 and 518, IV
j French Coutil Corsets with bust supporters, No, .r1 5 ; r.lv.l
tho beautiful new "Flatning-Hnck" model, So. fit 7.
At B 1 0 For womcn "f luxurious tntci, who havo paid
f v $15 to J? " for importcil corsets, is tho biiper!)
No. 1000, with "FlatniiiK-Uack" and tho new "Dupta
Strap," at $10. This is tho 11ii'h( corset tlint ntn
lie iiiiulo superior in every respect to tho best tint
cmnc from France. It will do wonders for anv ito.it
iijjure, (jiving it tho graceful lines of youth.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Inquiic P. M. Pond, phone 890 or F.
Call and Sec the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
nnd 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Fine family milch cows just nr
rived. CLUB STABLES
BENNY S CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St
1S5 editorial rooms 250 "'
rem olflce. Tlitse are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
:. CORSET '
Will buy 400 Pure Bred Leghorn
Chickens, with equipment of houses,
lenccs, incuuator, brooders, bone
F. H. Krauss, P. 0. Box 102.
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy. ...Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 4G8.
Your machine will be ready for
you when wc say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNO BUILDINQ.
QEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, ?1185,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
' LADIES' HAI3. ,
1028 NUUANU ST.
TAFAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
WILL COST $62,000
TO RUN THECOUNTY
Committee Or Ways and
Sixty-two thousand nine hundred
and ten dollars Is tho estimated cost cmerccnclcs or for pc(.lai oxpendl
of ruiinlnR the City and County of Ulr"' on ',ub,lc Improvcinetits.
Honolulu for the nml txvnntv SoI,le of "'o forcgolnp tlcures are
mouths nccordltiL' In u ictmrt fiiIi-
milled to the Supervisors last night
by the Ways mid Means Committee. lar '"""uiuee inai win n.no wi
Supervisor lgan. In presenting oversight of new service- to make
the icport, stated that tho figures C!Ucf, lltnates thcrcfoi There-
are only tentative ami u may bo pos- f,)ro' "" """ wc "'"' ll,no M!,ct
Klblo to effect a reduction In tome ,,,lln f,,r ,llc ncxl lm,f"v "irl-v csl1-
Items. for Instance, l.o tjiought It nmlm J",lr Committee -uild rcc
noaxlblo that the halarles of tlm Meat . ominrnil that mattcm In rein men-
Inspector and the Milk Inspector
would come out of tho Territory. tec n8 follows, to rcpoit schedules
Hut the lotnl he believed to ho of necessary expenditures respective
approximately correct. I ' before Mny 31:
More than half of tho entlicl Mt'nt Inspector, Milk Inspector
amount 1m required for carrying on j ","' '"'"blng Inspector, to Hie Health
the Honolulu Jail, S3:,,00() being tho Committee
cMtlmato for Ibis Item. The commit- Honolulu Jail nnd Moigue At
teo flcured tb.it after ili-iliiptlnc tin, tendant. lo tho 1'ollco Cotiiinlttee.
Increased expense from the Increased Schools and Hospltnls. to the full Committee was accepted, ItioiiRh ,.-,,,,,.,, ni,Hii, m tlim not 'sum
revenue the city will have $fj,17 Honnl. after tho various committees Kane, for some unexplnlned reason. cUlt o(r()rt W(w )p(im nl, ( ,.,,,
to be apportioned between scIiooIh
and hospltnls. following Is the re
port In full
Your Committee on
Means beg lo inbuilt a report on tho
new obligations and additional reve
nue of tho inuulclpnllt) (onsequent
on tho acts of the Legislature of
l!My. Tho figures arc lor eighteen
months, beginning July 1, 1909:
Dlltild Magistrate, Hono
lulu ..." $ 4,0.10.00
Clerks, Honolulu District
District Magistrate, Kwu. l.SOO.Og
Dlrtilct .Magistrate, Wal-
District Magistrate, W'al-
District Magistrate, Koo-
District Magistrate, Koo-
Meat Inspector (ftBO).. 2,700.00
Mill: Inspector ($100),
Including trnnsp'tnt'n. 1,800.00
Morgue attendant ($"!",). 1.3S0.00
Hulldlng nnd I'lumblng
Inspector ($100) 2,880.00
Treasurer, I.I cento Clerk
Mu)or'8 Secretary, 20
Auditor, IS months
Attorney, 18 mouths....
Deputy SlicillT, W'nlanne,
Deputy Sheriff, W'alalua,
Total $ 2.9S0.00
I'ay roll, maintenance nml
10 palm $3.1,000.00
Now wilailes $21,930.00
Honolulu Jail 35,000.00
According to tho figures obtained
from tho Territorial Auditor the
City nnd County will receive an ad
ditional rovenuo of $70,085.00 a
eat, which would ho for eighteen
months $10.1,127.00. Deduct In-1
creiiHCil oxpenscs, $02,9 10.00, leaves
u balance to bo apportioned between
schools nnd hospitals of $12,217.00.
Suppose tho hospitals at $1..10 per
illeni services icudiitcd hliould
amount to $1,000 n pionth, thero
would ho left for schools. Including
pay of Janitors, $21,117.00, which Is
the rate of $.1,000, or $0,000 less
than what had been estimated for
tho Territory lo pay for tho&o ob
ccts beforo thoy wore turned over to
Tho Increased rovenuo per month
Is $n,SI0, nnd thu incrcabcd obliga
tions nthqr than (or schools nnd
hobpltals amount to $3,19.1, leaving
a surplus of $2.3 Hi a month for
M'hnols and hospitals, This Is nl;
lowing nothing for Incrensed clerical
nNdstatiro whldi mny bo needed In
Several lots at a bargain from $75
to $22.1, nt Alevva on ICtiuawai Lano,
below Judd streot. flood vlow. Cool,
healthy. Near car lino. flnvnrn
niPiit wnlor. Ten per rent rash, bnl
anco in small monthly payments,
P. E. R. Strauch
W'alty IJMg. 74 S. King St.
To he Framed5
Take them to
handling additional, pervitin, except
ing the salary of the Iim-iihf clerk,
hut which the Hoard slmuM endeav
or to nvolil hy a dlslribiit mi (it new
clerical work among tin in wnt of
flctH nu may he convent, m
Willi the cxtrnordlnn.i exieiie
nllcndniit on RcttlnR tin .Mmiltlpal
nystem iitnrted, Includlnc some, obll
BullnnB fro mthe Count., of Oulm
Hqtildntcd, out of tho win the pres
ent revenue of the munlrlpnllty
on Klit to be miinclent fi maintain
InK the prckcnl servlcen on tho ox
UIIiir ncnle nnd leave, n monthly sur
plus to crcnto n reserve fund for
tpntntlc. as your Coniinlilee felt
ln,,t " ,w'tild he well for the
,lonci1 ma' bc referred tu Commit
TIo Police Committee will require
to ascertain what repairs and fur-
i... ... .....
' nisnings nrc required for the jail and
' prepare a salary and pa mil thero-
for, nli-o dpvlsc 8)stcms relative to
cooking, tailoring, 'shocinniilng, mak
ing of hammocks,, etc., to meol Hie
Reparation of the Jail from the Ter
ritorial Prison, lligl'i Sheilff Henry
has klndl offered to a.islit the Hoaid
Willi Information on these mattcm.
The Health Committee should re
port on the salaries mentioned here
in, one matter of Inqulri being In
regard to the Milk Inspector's com
pensation. Ho Is now getting $75
a month and transportation paid hy
the Hoard of Health, but the health
officials advise y
our. Committee that 'the circuit court for tho first circuit, i
economical to p.iyle Alexander Lindsay, who resign-
ii win ue more economical in nay i
hi in $100 nnd let ililm'llnd his own,"! recently.
transportation. Another matter for
this Committee to ascertain Is
whether the Hoard of Health, which
has appropriations for pay (if the
transferred officers until tho end of
June, will not use them for that
purpose In any cases where tho ac
tual services aro assumed by tlm
Hoard of Supervisors beforo that
date, of which there seems to bo no
necessity, oxcept In the case of tho
building nnd plumbing Inspector.
Committee on Ways
Mayor Tern presented a letter on
this samo subject, us follows:
Honolulu. May 12, 1909.
To tho Honorable, the Hoard of Su
pervisors of the City and County,
(lentlcinen: As jnu arc nware.
Act 99 of the Bcbklnu Laws of 1909
adds considerably to tho duties of
tho city In tho matter of caring, for
the health and hanltnry condition of
tho (ommuulty, ludicil tlio hurt
dens It 1 in poses on the city would bo
very burdensome were It not thnt tho
Hoard of Health Is disponed to ndopt
n helpful policy of co-operation with
tho city In the matter, and tho ap
propriations made by the. legislature
for tho work of the Hoard of Health
enables It to do to.
1 have had a conference, with Mr.
K. A. Moll-Smith, the President of
tho Hoard of Health, In which lie
outlined u policy of co-operation of
which tho Important particulars lire
Tho Legislature has tnado no pro
vision for the Hoard of Health to
maintain the morgue This luusL he
dono hereafter by the rlly. Hut if
the city will provide a morgue keep
er tho present morgue can ho used
nnd the Hoard's pathologist will (tin
tlnuo to perform post mortem!, au in
'Tho duty of burying the Indigent
dead is now wholly on tho city.
Thoro Is very pressing nepcsslty that
a miltalije place ti htiry thefio (rml
bo secured at onto and In co-opcra-Hon
with Mr. Mntl-Smilh I urn seek
ing u suitable plncp. If this Is so-
cured the actual interment mny lie.
carried on ns It has for sumo time.
In tho past, through the co-operation
of tho Sheriff and the Hoard of
Health nt comparatively smull cost
to tho city.
Tho duty of providing city physi
cians Is also placed on the city. Hut
a cjty physician would bo )f .lltllo,
service unlets medicines nru also
provided. Under this act the wholtj
work of tho city dispensary mignt
devolve on tho city. Tho Hoard of
Health, however, is willing, It thu
city will provide a city physician,
BiirKlcrfl miplilivH for the work of ''
dispensary nml nlro to piovlde a ill
lieiin'r. So Hi.it In this way thl
necessary wink may kh on as It ha
In the ial, ( Tif rlly provldliiR nieie
ly the cll iihrnicliin.
In Hie same wny the city Is called
to prcnWii the neceiary niedlenl
on ui inn nic Hanuary ins pcciors i i.. rv ... 1 1 ,-i p-i-The
lloaul ,f Health, however. Is! Mr. IVerSDWePS Ol) FaCtS
Rlcn an uppioprlntlon for the em-1
ployment of wing natiUnry Inspectors I
for Honolulu, (ewer than have been '
cmploed In the past, so that If anl-j
tary Inspi-tion Is to ho continued It
wll be nci cssary for the city to em-1
ploy at ItMM two sanitary Inspector!. ,
ii inese wnrk In co-opcrntlon witn
the lloanl of Health Inspectors, Mr. !
Mott-Stnlt'i believes that cfllclenl
partlcu-Upertlqn in be uinlnlntncd
Meat Inspection, milk and dairy
Inspedlon nnd fish Inspection will
now devolie on the city nml ro.inty.
All these are Important. It Is prob
able that Hip Hoard of Health wlU
continue theup functions until July I
Hased mi tlm post lo the Hoard of I
IValth It will cost the rlly ml "'in waimM first rl.ibK ngrlculliiral pe
county nearly If not quite IDOO a ',,u ""' ,,ot '"'fers fiiim the stun
month to carry on the duties Initios-1 w1'" wo"1'1 bo M'iilt lo get l
ed hy Ait !!, even with the help nn.l,n1ml "lor" Mle to nupport aft.
rl-n,ier:itlr,M r ll,n llnnr.l nt ll.,ntlli
T,ho report of the W'nya and Means
moved to table It
OATH OF OFFICE
A 1 1 w-aB In New York which holds good
It llryan were eUcted Trvnor woupl
Mnu ' PirrHlf Aaa I probably do well as Imluslrv vvoul
ITCTT Ull tllll UliUgC lOilanguleh, hut If Tall with elorlel I
William II. Whitney was this
morning sworn In s second Judge of
Mr. Whitney received cable In
formation last Monday that his com
mission had been signed, .anil was
Instructed In nimllfv. lint Iip hud
made his arrangements to go to
Maul that day tu represent tho Ter
ritory In a fisheries case, to he post
poned taking the oath until his re
turn, which was this morning.
There wbb little ceremony about
tho swearing In of the new .Judge
He simply appeared beforo the Su
preme Sourt and the oath was ad
ministered by the Chief Justtco, who.
after tho form of oath had been sign
ed by the new Judge, inngrnttilated
him on behalf of the beach and bar
on his new honors. Those who were
presort In court shook his hand and
warmly congratulated nun.
"I tmnk rm the Qhier goat or tins
rominuiilty," soliloquized Attorney-
(ienernl Hemenwny later. "I've lost
my best man. I've got It In the neck.
Judgo Whitney moved his person
al elfpcls from tho AUornoy (lener
al's department to the room formerly
occupied by Judgo Lindsay and was
at home. After being declated by
the Chief Justice (July qualified, ho
appointed John Marcalllno his clerk
of court, and opened courUto have
tho appointment entered nu tlio min
utes. Tlio cases formerly belonging
to Judgo Lindsay nml by him assign
ed to Judge l) Holt at tho tliuu he
left the bench, wero this morning re
assigned lo Judgo Whitney, who will
had .him plenty of work to keep lilni
busy for wiiiie tlmo.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
,0N YELLOW FEVER.
Delegate Knhlo did not address tho
members of Iho Chamber of Commerce
fblinhiy, ns ho was indlsmsed. As
the Delegate did not nrrlvo, Iho Hoard
of Ti usteuji held a horl business meet
ing, and souio corrcspondepco was
read. Mr. Morgan was iu the chair and
half a dom membera wuro prcteut.
Hie most Important mailer (lis
ciuaed was vvlth refcrenco to tlio dan
ger of yellow fever being brought to
thl'i pint by the steamers of tho Jap
anese South American horvlco, Ono of
the, Marino Hohpltttl iloetorn had stat
ed that ho thought tho matter a most
serloiih ono, and that stops should bu
taken to prevent Iho Introduction nt
yellow rover and other tropical
scourges. It was statod that tho local
quarantine authorities wero quite pro
pared to do their duty In the matter,
but that thu ports which tho new lino
of HenmcTH vlhltod In fioulh America
wore very lax In tludr quarantine liws.
and (ontequenlly theie was danger of
the moi-qultoes cur) lug malaila and
yellow fever tq Honolulu. V
The meeting dceliled that tho matter
should bo referred to the Committee
on Public Health.
President Morgan reported thai tho
ATTACK ON TRENOK
I'rcRldijnt Ivors of the Hoard of Ini
migration took occarlnn u thn mectluR
iiein yesterday niiern n tn Keure mo
unjustifiable nttarks un . tit Timor
In-.thnt havo appeared In ull Hi
1 ! HlH.ill I
except tho 11 ill let In.
Trcnor's nrk ti.m no
'n.n.l n f..ll..n 1... fl... II..
Trcnor's work has not ! en mnsld-
orod n failure by the Hoard a, h was
I"I agalntit n hard proposition Ironi th
vers outtct. and nltbotigh be tnlslit
hnvo sent tnoie iwop'o If he had Ii . n
Indifferent to quality, he un tul I at
"- outset Hint the Hoard of IiiiihIr
"JJr. Tri'imr has done lipttnr t!i-
ninny of us felt that ho could," said
Mr. Ivern. "He was up against a Inn'
propoHlllon. Hi aiiolnltiitui v. an the
result of the (i)lnplulllt Ina.lo bv die
Immigrant!' from 'he imi ii i.i i ,
of entry. TIik work m , ,,u ., ,, '
taken up nnd the nshntcu miiIhm
ties were asked lo recommend a man
Mr Trenor came with Hie piuIhp iastlc
endorsement of I lie highest Kotleral ;-
fleers. He has had their cooperation
I "I made n HtutPinuut Inst Kail when
would be hard vvoik U set i- ,p'i i
account of the re,il ol lei-.n.
Prosperity nri have been return n
tnoro slowly than yonie luil hoiod ,u
the people arc sure It Is routing an, I
they arc not Inclined lo travel.
"If Mr Trenor Is maintaining I nur
Ions unices In Now York It Is I" bin
credit. He Is paid a salary, out of
uhleli ho furnlHics his own otuco If
tho unices tiro palatial It means that
he Is spending his own money liberally
lo "'al" the surroundings of tho Tor-
. ruunji ugrni uiirucuve.
"The attack on Traitor Is nhtolutelv
Those present at the meeting were
questioned as tu whether thuy ero In
ryinpathy with tlio stories published,
and they all responded in tlio negative
Two lots of Portuguese have been
sent out by Mr. Trenor; Oil llrt ship
ment consisted of forty-seven men ami
.their families and the last of seventeen
Nearly all of llieso peoplo took work
vvllh the Hawaiian Commurclal and
Sugar Company nt Puiineiie. Maul. .in. I
K. I". llnld.vln. iiiauiiRci ol that pl.'ii
tntlou. has tpiil In ver favorable u
,)0rls ,,.,,, , ., ,,,,,,
tho tlrst lot n very few did nm enre m
do tho hard ,ik dcmamled. but tie
others settled down and aru working j
very satisfactorily. i
Tho second lot of people are. acconl-
lug to Mr. Ilaldwlu. very good working
men and lather superior to the llrst
lut and from thuui ho Is getting very
This Immigration U dlreoll support
ed liy thu Hawaiian Sugar Planters'
Association, and as tho reHrts from
Mr. Haldvln wero so cncouniglug, it
was decided to request the Hoard of
Immigration to continue, in this work
and bring as many, of tho people ns it
Is posslblo In obtain,
After tlm people who have nlrcad)
come linvu been nblo to Inform their
friends In thu Hast of (ho condition
hero, It Is 'expected that qullo u large
number ol people will bo obtained.
Many of (hose vvho hnvo come have
been educated iu tho public schools in
tho Kast and speak very good Kugllsh
They Informed the Hoard's agents that
If conditions vveio as leprescutPil a
great many of Iho friends would fol
low them hero.
THE NEW EMPIRE.
Hvci thing is going ahead rapidly
ton arils tlio .opening or thu Now Hm
plro Theutru on Saturday evening. The
chairs aro all In and tho electric Imlln
and shades are being put In today The
Interior is beginning lo look like a
theatre n a Metropolitan city Thou
will undoubtedly ho a crush at tin
opening night. Mauager Oven ml i
mire of havng tho largest, coolest
moving picture theatre In town
. .Saturday will be the last day for pay
ing taxes before they become delin
quent. Tllnnk books of all Forts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Hulletln
Chamber's entertainment of the Jap
anese fleet was very successful, and
also that a letter had been received
from former Vlco President C. V, Fairbanks,
Get a box of
m mm pm
Guarantee -i to exterminate cock
roachei, ra- mite, waterbuga,
etc., or your , oney refunded,
2oi. tx.x V 1' r x-, i no
Soldrvrrvlict . i . rt eiirc.
prepaid on iiuipi A price.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. ChlciJO, IIL
Some hand painted.
Oat & Mossman,
"C Merchant St. near P. 0.
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Oar
Yoit Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
Wc Can Sell You One '
That Carries A Guarantee.
J. A. R. Vieirfi Co.
113 HOTEL ST
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
ptR. T. FELIX GOL'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
- CREAM OR MAGIC l BEAUTIFIED
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t tli. Mull) rict.
lai iTrjr bitraivb
tt Mfit n. It
li.iit.Mr. lit tff.
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htrrf M to m
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(litut-miil Crrwui' tfct ! htrmful tj J tb
n. PaICkJ f mA I :'. A.
I UI UU1I UIIU UDU'I HVIil '
St. Clair Bidg-ood. M uintftr
WibYiiig Oli on e So.
King Street, Evva of Fiihmarket.
DRY Q00DS AND FURNISHINO
GOODS of EVERY DE-
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.,
Fort and Merchant St.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc ' All kinds of K0A ami
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
MISSION FURNITURE Made Xc
Docs your typewriter or phono
RTaph need rcpairiniri Do you want
it done right and by a man who un
derstands his business and has no
typewriter npency, and therefore
needs show no favor to any one make
of machine-? Then call uu 0. L.
LEN0RD, Phone C68. 162 Hotel St.