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nVRNMXQ BULLETIN', HONOLULU, T. SI., WEDNESDAY, OQT -20, '00.
Repair loads or
Un'css the paved rca"' of Hono.
laid rind vicinuy ari tca!rid and
pat fn flint class shape within a
t'aott time, tl.ers will havo to be m
entire contraction of streets
throughout the env and county
within the next year or two. After
n ctucful inspection of the different
ronds liy County Engineer Gere an,d
a Bulletin representative. Mr.
Osie made th.s statement today, and
the facts appear to bear out exact
conditions as stated above. '
Sir. (Lie said fuilhci Hint 7S per
rent of tlio damages done to niac.ul
nmlzed road U Hie result of outo
mobl'e trafflr Tlio fnft driving (it
henry niuhlnci cuta out the top l;i
t'r, and In :i short time cuts out ot
hole In tho p.ivlng. The Superv Isors
lit tlielr hame to iiinKa good roudi
for Hawaii ,tro losing sight of tliu
fart that roads must he lopt In first
cla? repair, especially when over
'-)uo automobiles arc driving hack
nuil fin tli nut thorn chilly, some at
n high rate ot speed. An article In
Ihiglnccrlng-Coiitriictlng ol October
I. gives n scIentlHc lit.i on the dam
ago done to roads by ilutiiniubllc.
It re:idj ni follows:
Tho llgures from the census do
(how bejfjiul n tiuostlun that the au
tomobile lg a serious fur I or to be
reckoned with In all fu'tire rind
building and ro.id maintenance, uwl
no ono now bnlleviN Hint tho sclf
piopellrd vehlile will be n diminish
ing c'i nielli In the fuMne The
rondn I'liit-'o" must tie rebuilt or
leaurfa ed plovlde for toe ctinng-
mI condition)-, and In nil now eon
' I ructions the conditions must bo
t'o far ni the tteatment of exist
ing ui.ic.uhuu loads Is concerned, tho
remedy renin to be 111 the applica
nt n ot protective co.its or rove! lugs
of a bituminous online, (tenet ally
spi.iMng. the smoothest surface In
hlghli detlinhle for the automobile,
I but tho hoivo needs some degreu ot
.roughness! of road surface lo give
'Mm foothold when charting his
I st length.
! Taltltig thee things Into innstd
oi il Ion, to long us theiu are tunny
boirei to ho teekoncd with, ponio
nuiteil.il or combination of materials
must be found which will not re
nin t In n loo smooth ti nil hard road
Ilofoic any of the liitunitnous ina
ictlnls uro applied, It is eisentlnl
lint the load surfneo be evened up
anil patched where neccsnty, lolled
and swept clean of all dust. Tho
bituminous mateiials. In tho Massa
chusetts experiments, nre then np-
Idled hot to the ro.id sutfni'e by
I means of sprajlng macblnes or giav
I ty dl-trlbulors, or by hand, In quan
tities v.irvlng fiom U to 71 of a
gallon to the equalo nnl, and Im
mediate!) covered evenly with sand,
lino gr.ivel or broKen stone screen
ing. The surf.ue Is then rolled and
there K-.ultB a protecting rnt or
roerlng from to 91 In. iu depth,
depending on tho quantity of tho
blutmlnoits material used nnd piob
abiy to soniu extent, mi tho nature
of the sand or grncl placed oxer It.
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For Sale Everywhere
Logan Offers Flan for Material Re
duction of Number of Sessions
having of Eighty Per Cent in
Work of Clerk.
Two general meetings of the IloarAl
of City and County Super; I mra per
I month mid n marked reduction of
eighty per cent In the worl: of tho
clerk of tho boat.l will tesult If tho
plan which has been submitted by
Hupervlr.or l.ogau Is adapted anil car
lied Inlo eM.Ti-.tlon.
Iho matter came up befoio the
comity soloiis tit tho session Inst
evening. All members veto unan
imous In the desire to curtnll some
of the work that Is now- being perform
id by the clerk of the board.
Logan's scheme calls for a material
reduction In tho preparation of the
minutes of the 1ilanl. lie lecom-
mends that the clerk omit from tlio.1
hoard mlnutus verbatim! copies of nil
commuulcitlons, reports, bills, rosolu
ttons, ordinances, pejltlons, etc.
It Is also iccommendcil that for the
transaction of the general business of
the boatd of Supervisors theio be, ex
cept wheio mutters of emergency rC'
qulro otheiwlse, hut two meetings of
tho body each mouth namely on tho
first and third Tuerdajs of each
Logan's rcrort further recommends
noon-da) meetings on tho second nnd
Foenteenlh of each month lor the
purposo of passing labor pay rolls. In
oidur to pars on tho county and city
snhuy rolls meetings to ho held on
tho twelfth nnd twenty-eighth of each
month. At the noon meetings no
biislueEs but the passing of labor nnd
salary lo'.ls to be taken up.
In event of tho duto of tho meeting
fulling on a Sunday or Legal holiday
tho time of tho meeting to bo changed
to the preceding date.
Tho report ol Logan mot with fuor
nblo comment from his collogues nnd
wiib adapted by unanimous ote.
WHAT YOU GET FOR
When y'ou buy shoes, what you Ret for your money is
not determined solely by the outside appearance. The
cheapest kind of shoes can be made to look well for a
while, but they don't wear well!
That'd why the REGAL SHOE has and holds such a high
reputation. It looks good on the outside, wears longer and
stands no better than any shoe made for $3,00, $4.00 and
$5,00. Every one is guaranteed. We insure you a per
fect fit, Quarter sizos.
Neat thoe repaid ng dor.c while you wait.
Regal Shoe Store, - cor. King and Beihel
KUHIO INDORSES .
Delegate to Congress Declares Re
publicans Should Hive Measure
Wanted Support at the Special
The proposed amendments to tho Or
ganlc Act that will ho submitted to
tho special session of tho Legislature
which convenes November 2, nro In
dorsed in a general wuy by 1'ilnco Kit
lilo, the delegato to Congress. In dis
cussing tho amendments yesterduy
Kuhto stated that it wouiil hao n
strong tendenc) to stop land grabbing
and give Hawaiian a better oppor
tunity ot seeming their own homes
and preventing '.ho land from falling
Into tho hands of other Interests. Ku-
lilo, how over, objects to th cprovlslon
that does not allow a homesteader to
mortgage, his land after ho haft secured
a patent to it and it Is presumed that
ho will stnto his attitude on this point
during the session of tho Legislature.
Considering tho bill ns a whole, how
ever, Kuhlo gives It his unqualified
endorsement and declares that it will
he hard to improve upon. He declares
that It hhoud receive tho milted sup
port of tho Republicans and that It will
bo hard for tho Democrats to find any
ground fur valid objection.
With the endorsement of the LeglS'
laturo Kuhlo behoves that he can se
cure, tho proposed amendments enact
ed Into law by Congress and in the ab
bene of which ho could do nothing.
Tho t'linco oxprestes soma doubt ns
to whether tho Legislature will np
rroo tho amendments relating to the
Increaso In the salaries of the Govern
or and tho Territorial Becictary. Ho
thinks that tho special sosslon should
concludo Its work In two weeks.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record October 18, 1909,
Win. Campbell ami wf. tu Annie V
K. I'uikcr ,.1)
U, J, Mori to Klchlio Ilobayaslil. . .IIS
Joseph Andrado and wf, o mix
Jonah I'. Cockett nnd wf. to Ilcniy
1'. Daldwln , Ex I)
Arthur Krlas nnd wf. to Manuel M.
I'nv uo 1)
Ilobeit H. Horn! to Hank of Hawaii
Dank of Hawaii, Ltd. to Kobea P..
Ilond . . . j .Ho
Yeo Yup to Ko Yuen 1,
V. O. Irwin nnd wf .to Rlslo S. V.
Wilson Tcnglcr to Lllza Carty ....I'
Eliza Carty and hsh. to Henry
Wnterhouso Tr, Co. Ltd M
Cntercd for Record Oetobsr 19, 1D09
J. It, llornherger, Tr, lo Mnnuel Do
Costa . I)
1'. I'. Ityan to Uinohoiiu iktnl mid
Umobonuaklnl uml hbb. to I'atilclc
V. It nu M
John nmmeliitli to Kuiirio Laud
Co. Ltd K
liana K Kiipaulhl undisb. lo Mlu-
nlo Kuluo I
Wong Ah Chuck and wf, to John
C. Amlercou , I)
John C, Andcrbon uml wf, to Klrst
Am. Save. & Tr. Co. of Hnw, LtiLM
Office in Mclntyre Building Required
for Road Department McClcl
Ian Would Have Police Magis
trate Fired From Premises.
The offices occupied by Police Mag
istrate Andrado In the Mclntyre build
ing was a mutter that caused consider
nblo ncrlmomdeiis discussion by the
member of tho City nnd County
Hoard of Silt crvlsors nt Inst night's
Tho matter of Ju Igo Andrado vacat
ing tho premises and tnklng up quar
ters st the pollco station or sumo oth
er suitable building was reopened by
n icpoit which was submitted by n
special committee In i elation to se
eming more niuplo quartern fur tho of
fices of tho road supenlsur.
Tho commlttco on lloads' nnd
Uridgos announced that after n thor
ough Investigation of tho matter for
about tho fifth tlmo, they were sorry
to state that no way could be found
to grant tho romi supervisor larger
quarters, ns cery room Iu tho Mcin
tyro building was now occupied. Tho
commltleu suggested liovoer that
much ut tho lecords such ns hooks
nnd papers might ho stored clsowhero
despite the argument that had been
raised that tho records wcio of great
value. No scilous consequences would
result from tho transfer of tho rec
ords. Tho committee further declared
that they were imnblo to furnish every
department of tho city and county
government with luxurious and com
modious quarters, hut that the various
officers Fhould make Iho best of tho
Tho erection of n city and county
building nt some distant date would
solve tho present dlsngrcenblo jirob-
loin which confronts tho county so
lons, was suggested.
A discussion of tho report preelp
itnted a few heated remarks concern
ing tho presence of Judge Andrado
'ns a lenunt In tho city ml county
building. McClellnn wanted tho police
Judgo to vncate at onco. Alctt also
backed up McClcllan In the conten
tion thnt Anurado's room was much
needed in the adinlnlctriitlon of city
and county affairs. Ho thought that
tho matter had been brought up suffl
dent number cf times to produce re-
Tho upshot of the question was that
a special (onunlttt-o v. us appointed to
tnke up tliu matter or u speedy vaca
lion of tho present quaitcis by the
police magistrate. McClcllan, Cox and.
Alctt being empowered tn act In that
OUT OF REPAIR
Supervisors Have Set Aside Sufficient
i Funds to Place Them in Condi
tion of Safety Work on School
Street Bridge Completed.
Dctween two and tlirco thousand
dollars has been authorized to bo ex
pended In making necessniy repairs
to several bridges in and about Hono
lulu and place thorn n a condition of
safety. This action wae taken at last
evonlng's meeting of tho Board of City
and County Supervisors. The request
of tho road supervisor asking for addi
tional funds for repairs o John Kim
Itoad, Kukui Street and Beretanla
Street brldgeH was approved without
n discerning vote. The work of re
painting School Street bridge also
went through with surprising unamln
Ity by tho solons,
Tho matter of constructing n storm
tewer from Emma Street along Vine-
yard to Nuiranu, nlso cleaning tho
ditches along tho Nuuanu Pall Koad
comes In for accomplishment under
tho appropriation. It Is contended
that tho bridges aro sadly In need of
lepalr ami tho ndvnnco of tho rainy
season rendors it nesosEary to have
a Etoim sewer constructed as a heavy
lull of rain might cause several thou
sand dollnrs daroago to properly.
Two dangerous ontrnncoa to School
Sticet bridge have boon remedied ac
cording to n report from tho commit
tee mil tho approaches havo been ie-plunked,
It la honed that In response tn a
petition from proiierty owners of Mon-
tialua and Puuloa thnt n road may
soon bo built running from King
8tieet to Mnannlua to tho Ouhu Hall
way station nt Puuloa It being the Iu
fenttoii of tho supervisors to havo tho
highway constructed tho oarly part
of next year.
TROUBLED WITH STOMACH FOR SEVEN YEARS.
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I Doctored With Six Different Physicians,
I Gave Up All Hopes of Ever Being Cured.
Am Now Like a New Man. Thanks to
Pe-ru-na and Man-a-lin.
At least olio person In ten Iiasisomo stomach dimcully, '
This Is only ono wny to say, that there aro a vast multltuds
ol iwoplo in this country who aro suffering from ailments di
rectly duo to a deranged stomach.
Tho bustlo and hurry of American life Is mainly to blamo
for this, llapld eating, worry and anxiety after eating, Is
sure to bring on stomach difficulty sooner or later.
Those who Buffer from stomach derangement ought to
know ot Ferun&. I'emna rarely foils to bring relief, and In
somo cases the restoration Is almost magical.
Tim testimonial of Mr. George If. Hlmior.of Grant, Ontario,
Canada, la a fair sample of tho sort ot testimonials Dr.
Uartman Is receiving concerning l'oruna as a renady fur
Mr. George II, Slimier, Grant. Ont Can,, writes:
"I was troubled with my stomach for about seven years.
"I doctored with six different doctors. Bomoof thorn seemed to hc!jmo
nt tho time, but failed to cure me. Some said it was cancer of t bo liver, others
said It was dyspepsia or indigestion.
"Last fall I suffered so much that I gave np all hopci of over being curod.
I had headache, toothache, and lots of othor troubles too numerous to mentiim.
"At that time, my wlfo was taking 1'cruna and Manalln and she urged
me to try them. I took them, but without tho least faith,
"After a week or so I felt a great deal hotter, so I continued to nse them.
"After I had taken two bottles of Peruna and half a bottlo ot Manalln, I
felt real well. i
"I am now llko a now man, thanks to Peruna and Manalln."
Dyspepsia for Twenty Years.
Mr. Sidney Weasels, Morrltton, On
tario, Canada, writes t
"I havo bocn troubled with dyspepsia
and indigestion for twenty years, dur
ing which time I tried different doctors,
but did not get tho desired results,
"I have been compelled for weeks at
a tlmo to glvo up work, being com
pletely prostrnted. I had to confine, my
self to a milk .1 lot, as nothing would ro
main on my stomach,
"I had about given np, thinking my
case Incurable, when I heard of Peruna
and decided to try it.
"One bottlo made, a great change and
aftor using another bottle of this won
do.f ul mcdlclno, I had complete freedom
from pain, my appetlto had returned and
I could again enjoy my meals,
"I bellovo Peruna Is tho grandest med
icine under the sun.
"Today I weigh over two hundred
and twenty-five pounds. Is it any won
dr that I praUo Peruna."
Catarrh of Stomach
Ilev. J. T. Peeler, llendereonvllle,
South Carolina, U. 8. A., writes:
"I dcalra to make, known for tho bene
fit of suffering humanity my experience
"1 was aflllctcd with catarrh of tho
Stomach, and though I tried several
remedies and applied to several doctors,
it was all in vain.
"Had it not been for Ternna I bollcvo
I would havo been In my gravo to-day.
"I have every reason to boliovo that
Peruna ta the greatest remedy for ca
tarrh known to tho world. Therefore I
havo been, and shall continue- to recom
mend It to those w bo aro unwell."
Tonic Effect of Pe-ru-na.
Mr. J. '.. Carson, 218 St. Clarcns Ave.,
Toronto, Canada, Inspector London Life
Insuranco Co., London, Canada, writes:
"I havo used the popular remedy known
as Pcrunu, and I can testify as to Its
merits. I regard It as one of the best
tonics now on tho market." I
Cases of Stomach Trouble.
J. IIi:NNi:MAC Oakland.
Kebratkn, U, 8. A., write:
"I waited beforo writing to you alnnt
my sickness, catarrh ot tho stomach,
which I had .over a year ago,
"Tboro wero ieciplo who told mo it
would not stay cured, bull am suro
that I am cured, fur 1 do not feel any
moro 111 effects, havo n good nppotlte
and am getting fat. Bo I am, and will
soy to all, I am cured for good.
"I thank you for your kindness.
"Pcrnna will bo our liouso medicine
Mil. H. W. NAGKL, TO Church St.,
Mcrldon, Connecticut, U. S. A.,
Tor sovoral years I had been troubled
with catarrh of tho stomach.
"After trjlng about everything olic,
I was advised to try Peruna.
''I could not cat any solid food for
somo tlmo; now I can cat most any thing
that comes along. .,
"I havo takon several bottles of Peru
na and Manalln and ain entirely cured.
I heartily recommend Peruna and Man
alln to every sufferer of catarrh.
"I thank you for yonr kind advice.
Mil. CALEB II. BOllTKLL, Pollco
Officer, 212 N.Paca St., Baltimore,
Maryland, U. S. A., writes: "For sev
eral years 1 was troubled with catarrh
of tho head, throat and stomach. Many
times I would vomit beforo and aftur
"I took seven bottles of your Peruna,
and I am glad to say that It has cured
me. I feel more llko living and work
ing, and am not bothorod at all with
my old troubles,
"I take great pleasure In recommend
ing Pcrnna to all sufferers with cutarrb,
and I thank yon for what you havo
done for me, for nono but those, who
havo suffered as I have can appreciate
a great cure as Z have found Peruna
The following wholesale druggists will supply 'the retail trade: BENSON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Steel Car Conip.iiiv's works, ut MeKees Hocks, Pa., mo tho women and children, Hilndicds of fnnillles havo
been evicted from tho houses rented fiom tho (oinpnuy, mid their household goods have been till own Into
the stieet or dumped lulu wagons wlithout piovhlnn on tho p.ut of the dlsposbeihed for futuio shelter. Not
all of tho women folk of Iho utilkcis havo been pisslvo uufforci'u, liowover. Some of them hnva hoiuo nn
ding them In pert.on. Among the
lotion of the strlkors hns been Dop-
itlng of tho struggle. Tho Kedeinl
ty being chniged with holding In
disaffected uoihmou. Attempts wero
mndo by tho suHeieia to blow it p rho haiuUomo olhco building o tho company at McKeca Hocks, Tho
tcunhllbiii on Its top wua f i ciiuently the target for the strikers' bullets. . ,
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i wonmii in me sueei ui. e "' lactlvo p.ut III tho labor war, urging tho men to lesistunco nnd often len
i chnnrfcnr was Mopped by ilhrcnK-jmcl wm lost thl,lr ,vca j earning out the couit's mandates for tho ov
i.unii mm Liit-ii-uiiuu ..n iiii utj. Shcilff llnny Hxley, whoso death pieclpltnted some of tho fiercest llgl
iij a uuy wiiu nun ouiBin u.i iu "- govoiiiniotit wns called uVou to0 Intervcno In iho stilke, tho comp.ii
oi uie car liner uio ucLineiu iifiu who vrti slnverv the stilke hie.ikeis lnmorted In tnkn the iilnco of tho
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