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RVRN.NO llltl.l.RTIN, I10NOMH.U, T. II, MONDAY, AIH1UHT ft, Itlflfl,
Our Grand Clearance
Sale continues only a
few days longer.
Now is the time to buy.
Values will never be
lower, and it is doubt
ful if they will be so
low for many months
to come. '
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and
J.Hopp fe Co.
185 King St
H1GH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Want an electric door belli
We'll put it in for you, '
Union Electric Co.,
, Ecrclnnia St,, near Fort,
TWELVE HUDRED GALLONS
Were taken after test by Federal
people of the Eureka Perfection
Roof Paint. Send for Booklet. P.
0. Box 93.
TIIF.0, If. DAVIES & CO., Agents
Drinkers Who Could INot Buy
Liquor On Sunday--A cvv Pro
fa em for Liquor Commission
"Hoio Is mi cxnmiilo of our closed
Sunday. Those llireo empty ulcohol
1'oltlcH I found tills morning under
llio old fish market. When our young
men will drink this stuff because they
cunnot gut it glass of beer, it Is time
to do rnmcthlng. A tliiigglst told mo
Mint four ouncen of ulcoliol In equal to
it iiunrt of whiskey, nnd niiicli in .vo
Tlio threo bottles In question wore
brought Into tlio Hullo tin ciltlco to
ilny liy a well known citizen who nindo
thu nlioo statement but does not tit
this time wish his iinmo lined, llo Is
willing however to tnnko nil nfnilnll
us to hlii finding tlio bottles mid their
hlstory. Tlio hottlcH henr Inhels of the
drug stores which sold tlictn.
Thin Ih lint ouo of ninny Instances
lately whero eniidy alcohol bottles
liavu been found In the alleys nnd
streets of Honolulu Sunday night mid
Monil.iy inornliig. The git-bago peoplo
Inrnrliilily find n niinilier while native
Lottie cotlectorH mid inaterliilly to
their Income liy the myriad of empties
found here ami there.
A goeriinient officer stationed hrre
Alien Interviewed said icgardliig Ih:
"ft Is had business. If the lmjs
would only rut out di Inking on Sunday
ir entirely of coinsu It would ho bet
ter nil around, but t lit, L Ih something
'.vo cannot slop altogether. All wo can
hi Is to fight the evil uh wo find It. but
here Is n serious pioposKlou. Some
-jf our boys will drink, nnd when they
cannot get bold of beer or whiskey
they will tncklo nnyUilug.
"I believe a law or an ordinance
should bo passed tri prevent Urug
rlores from selling nlcolin to anybody
axcept on n cerlltled p-oncrlptlon from
i ivlijslclnii. The highciiips c-in gel
iielr liquor at hotels unit clubs but tin
common people are shut off from
Irlnklng even a glass.of beer on Sun
lay Jurt hocauso a few saloon men
not off on tlio wiong foot."
"It Is tlio general opinion thhiit the
Liquor License Commission did n good
hlug In chatting up the saloons on
Sunday, but now a worso nnd mort
aggravated iirobleni presents Itself
mil will jirobably bu dealt with just
is strenuously. Tlio Commission, In
llin minds of many people. Ims no more
rlglit to penult the sale nnd drinking
if alcohol than whlnkcy or beer on
"Klght big battleships are com
ing to Honolulu next month with pinb
nbly liDOl) Jncklcs ulHinnl. A largo per.
rcutiigo of them drink some. If the
sale of ulcohol Is permitted wllboiit
'Imlt, ami the boys nro allowed tn
li Ink It unchecked,, what may wo ex
pect of them? Persons doubting the
terrible Mate fif mind and body cnused
by drinking pure nlcnhol only need
consult their family physician.
History sIiowh that some of tlio
worst crimes In tlio country have
been commuted as tlio result of alco
hol drinking, i:cry right-minded cit
izen will advneato a closed Sunday
when It works out for tlio bencllt of
everybody. Whcro special privileges
for a few nro allowed nnd an Indiscrlm
lnato sale of this brain nnd body tor
luring alcohol permitted on Sunday, wo
Let us simplify
tva? . - n r (-''-
y L.UD led ItinttlwrtJ hound Win the Incorporation of the I'.ir
tilt i2lt:v nLirtl!-li.Mfc!tl K v. " Irrigation Couipimv. I til , vvlnr.o
may prepare oui selves for a condition
of nffalrH to come that the people ot
Hawaii have never die.iiued of. An
ordinance or law should bo enacted
to protect men too weak to piotect
Denies An Increaie.
Tlio miningcr of a local drug stnio
stated this morning that the sales of
puro alcohol had not Increased since
tjio revocation of (he privilege of sell
ing llquor-on Hominy liy the Hoard of
License Comnilssloueis. He said that
the sales would he naturally expected
to Increase, In tlio future hut theto had
been no Indication of any udvaiicc In
tlio demand for pure alcohol us yet.
Ill replying to n question lis lo
whether thcro was nny law In exist
dice that restricted thu sale of pure
alcohol bo replied In tlio negative. The
i.nly restriction that exists Is the
necessity for Hie securing of n license
to sell, hut when that Is obtained there
Is no limitation as to whom or when
the alcohol can ho sold,
PALI ROAD DANCERS
L. I., McCaudlcss has ill awn the at
tention of the city road department to
a very thtenteiilug piece of lock that
hangs above the lo.ulvviiy of the Pull
Just lifter rounding (lie turn at the
top. Tlio cliff shows where) a huge
piece has already liioken down, and the
cracks Indicate ithnt a gieat mass of
rock Is liable, to-fall onto the road at
nny tlnie.i It looks as If It could ho
i.tarted with a ciowbar. A little dyna
mite would clear H. Al lies' (lie cliff
nbovo the Pall road fioni thu top to
tho (list bridge presents a constant
possibility of damage ftoni falling
lock mill It Ih tho belief of travelers
that-the prohihllltlcH of Injury should
bo reduced lo a minimum.
Another need of tho Pall load was
niado manifest thu other day when tho
horse of n Chlueto , plunged thiougli
thu fence nnd tn Us death below.
Whoto the turns nro very sharp thcro
should ho a stone wall on tho other
tdgo. This would form some protec
tion to hold it runaway team or auto
mobile temporarily out of control. As
It Is now tho fence forms a very weak
barrier in envo of a serious accident.
An nulo would go through It as
through so much tinder. A wall would
bo Inexpensive as It would last for
j ears, unit the fence has nbout served
Its term of usefulness.
MRS. SILVA PASSES AWAY.
Mrs. Ilosa Clura Hllv.i, widow of
Manuel Igunclo Sllvn, uinthcr-lli law of
L. It. McdcliOH mid sister of Mrs. 1)u
(r.i, died nt 1 10 o'clock yesrcrday
morning after a long Illness.
Mrs. Hllv.i catno Id Hawaii forty
years ago with tho mother mf Asso
ciate Justice Perry of tho Supremo
Court, nnd Mrs. Vlcrrn. Iho mother of
A. K. Vlerrn Tlio fuiuinl will take
place nt I o'clock this afternoon fiom
the Catholic Cathedral.
BULLETIN ADR PAY
Will solve the problem of filing your Letters, Documents, Chucks,
Legal Blanks, Cartls, Quotations, Price. Lists, Catalogs, or in fact
anything that is fileable. You may buy them one drawer or one
hundred drawers at a time according to the size of your business and
you may add to them as your business grows. The prices will sur
prise you. Also you will find the most complete line of
Desks, Office Chairs, Office Tables,
Typewriter Desks, Typewriter Chairs
and all kinds of office furniture and supplies ever shown in this
kl A I I ft! I HA
FffsL.L) iilvsIivLJ) vU.j JL I U
HEADY TO FILE
Kohnln D'tch Companv and Havaii
an Irrigation Company Con-
tiolkd by ric.vcr Uoi oratio-'
Incorporated for 51,500,000.
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pipers will piohably be tiled today,
(ho Kohnln Ditch ('oinpnuv, Ltd.,
nud the Hawaiian Irilgullon Com
prny, Lid. piactl'iilly tease to cxlU
except In name only.
The foinialton of the new com
pany Includes the vesting of tho con
trol of tlie other two In Its board ot
dliectors, nnd It Is one of tho largest
ever Incorporated here.
Samuel Pinker, J. l- McCrosson,
.1. J. Waller, P. I-'. Thompson and 1-'.
M. Lewis are the Incorporators nnd
nro In tho older named president,
vice president, secretary, treasurer
and nudltnr. The live constitute tlio
board of directors.
Tho Parker Irrigation Company Is
Incorporated nt $ 1 ,r.ort,nl? with a
limit to tho Increase In Its capital
slock set at $r..noo,nno. Parker
holds 7I,83 shntes III tin'' now com
pany, all ot It being fully paid up
by tho transfer to It of 25,100 shares
of the Kohala Ditch Company. This
constitutes n majority of tho stock
of the latter company, nml Its con
trol Is practically vested In the
mniiegcrs of (he new company. Tor
7n,Q98 shnrcs In tho Parker Com
pany McCrosson. transfers fili.GOO
shares of tho Hawaiian Irrigation
Company (o It, making his subscrib
ed stock also' paid up In toll. The
last figure also icprcscnts tho ma
jority of (lie stock In the Hawaiian
Irrigation Co., Ltd. Thu other
tlirco hold olio share apiece.
The articles of tho new company
allow It vast latitude In business.
Primarily for tho purposo of con
structing mid maintaining under
ground nnd siirfntc canal systems for
tirlgatton nnd supply purposes. It Is
also allowed, by (ho clauses In Uh
papers, lo carry on a mercantile nnd
commission business nnd to engage
It may hold bonds and stinks of
other companies, a usual clause In
corporations of the kind, and It will
eventually, according, to tho wording
of Its articles, edah'llsh offices out
side the bounds of (lie Territory and
In foreign countries."
MAUI SCHOOL HOUSE.
(Continued from Pan 1)
plaro of business ho started (o ap
ply tho new coat of paint selected
by the Superintendent, hut thu
teacher came and diovc the painter
out, and the latter did not stop run
ning untn he got In Walliiku and
explained his tumbles tn tho boss.
Tho teacher simply wanted colors
to suit her taste. Irrespective of Hie
tastes of tho County Fathers in the
matter, nnd It may bo noccss.iry to
call a special session of thu Legisla
ture to scttlo this very iuipoitant
Hut ll.il Ik determined to ho In
charge of tho school houses and will
ico (hat belter rnio Is taken of the
buildings than hofiAnfore, mid that
1.0 more papers nio pasted by school
children on mitiiiiil finished walls,
such as ho saw In some of tho
school rooms, anil that the benches
get better attention, ns many of
them have either been used as foot
stools or rubbish boxes. llo will
look nftor these, as he consldeis
thorn tho pinpeity of the tax payors,
and perhaps he will convince Homo
ot tho teachers of the Justice of Ills
IC fft 1 TH
KILL A COW
Dairymen sk Tciritorinl Suncrvis
ion of T ibcrcutin Test and Wisl.
to Fatt?n and Sla'tslifr Al'.
Cows That React tc It.
Stimuli ted h the pew suprvlsor
II ordln.ni e icgulntlng dallies and
llii' ".unnuf.icture" of nilllt general
ly, dairymen ii'e taking steps ti
lirvn 'he til' ei-iillii test dematidcU
In the tc ins of the new ordiiunci
devolve upon the TcirPorv.
A resolution has been passed b
them asking the Mould tojeave tho
teat out of tho ordinance In order
that they may secure territorial su
pervision of It. They claim that the
ordinance docs not specify the meth
ods to bo adopted and that it would
bo useless without.
It Is proposed to have a special
pastuic for all cows Hint react to
the test, to there fallen them up
and eventually slaughter them
Those lows wince llesh Is fit for Im
man consumption will pay the dairy
mini for the carcass nt least Those
who are not will bo condemned.
A wealthy mnllhlnl, who Is a goes,
at tho Young, after visiting all tin
places of Interest and cuj lug all tin
sights ot our city, expressed hlmiel
"I am somewhat of a (llobe Tmtte
und have been In all the principal citle
of the United Stales and Luiopo am
In nil in) linvcls, I must admit I have
rever found a city that has Impresse
me as favorably as has Honolulu
Your city has the advantage of holm
bolli a prosperous coiumeicial cenlei
mid onu of thu mo.it healthful and di
llghtful places to live1, a lomhluiitloi
)oil rarely find. I inn Indeed nston
ished to leal n that the world cnntrlh
r.tes annually over sixty-live nilllloi
dollars for our products and thu
you have over una hundred thousand
souls living on this small island, ai
In , apparently prospeious condition
What surprises niu most, however. Ii
the little value ou pi urn upon tie
ground upon which you live. Ilefon
making Inquiry I expected, on nccouii
of vour limited men, liicrenrlug po
illation and inngiilflcLUt climate, to flu
your residential property valued nm
sold by (bo square foot. Instead
llud the Ileal ICstate i:xchangu sqllln
von choice residential piopeily know
as the Knlmukl tract In lots at price
that appear to mo to ho iiure.isomiblv
cheap and will no doubt treble In
value within the next fuw years. Jus
ns soon ns It becomes generally known
that land In this part of tho world I
worth something, especially imder
inch favorable conditions." This inn
llhlnl Ih regarded as an expert on rea'
estate values and will probably mnki
1 B. It. Houic and Lot, Alewa.$ 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
nu Valley 500
2 B. R. House and Lot, Auwni-
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kapa
lama ' 600
3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis ScliMl1 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
2 B. R. House and Lot, Puunui. $12
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapnlama 1?
1 Store Emma Street 5
P. E. R. Strauch
Waitv Bldg. 74 S. King St.
This elhr lirotlif r
how to play
doctor, It nil
A)cni f 'u.-rry
her, nnd lu'r
er' not her
told h a r
tho t.r.e ftand-
rd CbUgli iiiedirioe for rhlllten
is entirely freo from narcotics or
poUon of any kiwi. It is the great
remedy the world over for cold.',
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all bron
Accept no euustittito or cheap
and worthless imitation. Ho Euro
you got Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Put up in largo and email bottles.
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Piano Tuning nnd
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.'
OAT & MOSSMAN.
Teiritorial Board of
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Laces and Embroideries
Bicycle shop and general repairing
.ork. Specialty in nicklc, silver
and gold plated work.
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