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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1910.- '","cs"
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19 WlEPR Thevoniiamrn-Young I
IlKl MmffL Young Co., Ltd.,
llfiWlM.wjMiP'i&. Soli-. Hawaiian 8
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The Big Sale is over and new goods are pouring- in for
' "evefy .department.'
Below wc mention a few of them to hand, received per
S. S. Sierra.
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES The very latest over
skirt effects and short sleeves.
PRINCESS SLIPS Of good quality lawn, prettily
trimmed in lace and embroidery.
LADIES' EVENING CAPES In Cream, Reseda' Green,
Navy,, Alice Blue, Tan. Brown, Champagne, Old Rose,
Wisteria. All very artistic creations.
LADIES' STRIPED SILK RAIN COATS In different
CHIFFON CLOTH Double width; in nil of thc lead
NEW LACES AND INSERTIONS TO MATCH Hew
Allovers, New Double-width Nets in White and Cream.
NEW EMBROIDERIES and Inscitions to match, in
Swiss. Cambric and Nainsook,
NEW VELOUR FLANNELS Dainty colorings and
NEW TRIMMINGS Silk and Floss; some beauties in
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite rire Station
Put an Edsre On
Your Safety Razor Blades.
The "King of All" or the
"Resh" Strop will do it.
Sold for 50c. Worth more.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
1028 Nmianu St
j The City mid County Committee on
' Sntiltntlnn ami Health havo rItcu Dr.
Kmcrsnn v. lint might ho technically
known ns n "clean hill of hoalth."
Thin was handed to the County pollco
surgeon at the meeting of tho solons
held last evening.
I In n report ottered tho Uoard and
(adopted by unanimous ote-nno health
committeemen date that 0 held an
ln estimation and questioned Dr. Hm
erson nnd Sheriff Hobo about tho cnio
with tho following result, lz.:
Oil", the dead man. Rome time bo
foio his death went to n Jnpancso
doctor, who treateil him for yellow
Jaundice. Later lie got drunk and
slept outdoors nil one night. Thn
following day lie was sick and retir
ed to his room. Tho day hefore his
death ho complained of being sick, He
died unattended In the night and his
death being rciiort'A to tho police.
Mr. IIofo removed tho body to the
Dr. Emerson found pneumonia In
tho lungs and concluding that this
was tho cause of death certified ac
cordingly. It nppears that the Territorial
health authorities took alarm at the
loport of pnoumonla, a great many
cases of death from this cause hnv
Ing been reported within a short time.
previous, and un epidemic Of jmcunio-
nlu being regarded as tho forerun
ner "f bubonic plague. Thoy "nscord
Ingly mado n further post mortem ex
amination nnd It Is Bald discovered
evidence of tho plague.
Dr. Kmeison frankly admitted that
he might have carried tho oxamln
ut Ion further than ho did, saying ho
would not tako any cluinces ngaln.
It may be mentioned that the Hoard
of Health had given no notice of tho
suspicious prevalence of pneumonia
Neither did Its physicians Invito tho
prison surgeon to attend the. addl'
In view of tho facts, your commit'
teo does not attach any hlamo to the
pollco surgeon, as ho had ascertain
ed tho piobablo causo of death from
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
J. ABADIE, Prop, ' TELEPHONE 14D1
Highways On Windward
The City and Couhty road board
insos occasion 10 extend fellcltallons
In Itself at the completion of tho
gi enter hulk nf road work on the
other sldo of this Island.
A special trip of Its member un
der tho guidance of Chairman Qulnn
was made the other dny A report
concerning whnt tho Siipcnlsors
found thcio proud ono of tho matters
taken up for consideration nt last
night's meeting of the County law
In submitting hU report which du
cument was supported by other mem
bcrs of tho committee. Chairman
Qulnn nmong other tilings rays:
In regard to tho trip around the
Island for the Inspection of tho Kn
liana licach Jtoad which Is now about
completed, which was referred to
our Committee on Itoads, Hrlilgox,
flarbago, Parka and I'uhllc lmproe
ments, wo would state:
Wo mado the trip around tho Island
Inspecting tho different places. Wo
were very much plased to tlnd the
work at Klpapa Cliilch going along
ory rapidly; also at Wnlalua tho
road Is completed to the Hnlrlwn Ho
tel; also tho work In tho Koolauloa
District Is progressing ery rapidly.
We expect In a ery short time to
hato tho road completed to the Man
illa Court limine. Wo find at Kahana
that the contract for the Kahana
Ilench Koad In about completed. We
Unci It to bo a first class; Job In every
respect The only thing which re
mains to complete the contract at tho
present time Is tho building of avshort
strip of fence nud the painting of .1
bridge, Clc. .Wo .wonlij, recommend
Hint as soon juVlhla Is completed, thc
City and County Engineer, on behalf
of the Hoard of Supervisors, nccept
tho road ns finished. .
In regard to fa Petition from the
Hauula Improvement Club., relative tp
jin improvement 01 roausi in aim
areani(l0Jfaiula, amltialsti tho home
stead Kvid.riwhlch was referred to the
CummUtsf).,on Honda nnl'BMd&es, Stt-
Itervlucr, Qulnn roports that tho Hnu-
ulfJniprOomcnb Club In'.'tliclr ixitl
tlon. 'wanted ono half of tho money
bolng spent In that district at the
present time, which Is S2000 a month.
to be spent in tho Hnniihilrdlstrlct.
W aro doing better than Hint. Wo
are spending tho wholo $2000 a month
In that district and working towards
Hauula, and 1n a very short time will
have tho road complete! to Hauuln,
and wo hopo heforo the end of the
year to have tho road completed to
Kahana. We would recommend that
tho road from tho Hallroail Station
down to tho bench, which Is approxi
mately 1,000 feet, bo macudumlzsd or
In regard to tho Homestead road,
wo find that iu first class condition,
ns it has been graded nnd the grass
has grown all out tho road. There
Is very little (radio on this road and
It is In very good condition ut the
To tho appointing of another tuna
or a deputy road overseer for that
district, we think It is unnecessary
nnd would he n wasto of money, ns
Mr. Adams, tho Itoad Overseer for
that district, has full chnrgo pf his
district, thtr snmo as ull other over
seers nnd wo think lie Is the bestjud
whether or not ho needs nn assistant.
Tho Committee also wish to compli
ment Mr. Adams for tho good work
ho has done in that district as ho Is
building a road for about 13,000 a
mile, nnd nt that rate. It will not be
many months before all the roads In
tho Koclau dlBt-u-t will lie m icn.lnn
(Special to Ilu I lot In)
WAII.UKU. Maul, July 15. Judge
and Mrs, A. N. Keiwlkal gave a luau
at their homo Inst evening to cele
brate tho birthday of Mrs, Ellen Mur
ray of Honolulu who Is hero for a few
weeks. It was n veiy pleasant affair
and was attended by a largo number
of tho friends of tho joung lady In
whose honor tho luau was given
Among tlioso prcsont were Supervisor
and Mrs. T, II. Lyons, Judge nnd Mrs,
Ilurchard, Mrs. W. V. Colo, Assessor
and Mrs, J. II Kunewn, Court Clerk
nnd Mrs. E, II. Hart, Sheriff and Mrs
W. E. Battery. Cnptalu nnd Mrs. W.
E Dal. Dr. J II. Fnrrcll. Dr. W. II
Uoote, Deputy Marshal Holt, T. II,
Lyons, Carl llnso, County Clerk W.
! Kane, Mr. .Samuel Kelllnol and
The City mid County Uoard of Su-
pervlbors will immune tho expense of1
maintaining nn assistant veterinarian
and an other assistant In looking after
tho inspection of dairy cattlo.
Tho committee on sanitation and
health submitted Hie following report
concerning this phase or tho work at
Its mooting Inst evening. '
Tho Major nnd Hoard of Supervisors,
City mid County of Honolulu:
Gentlemen: Your committee on
health and sanitation in uhnm una
referred tho mutter of Inspection of!
dairy rnttlo for tuberculosis, beg!
leave to reimrl that we huvd mado tho
following turina with tho Territorial
Hoard of Agriculture and Forestry.
Tho Uo.ird of Supervisors to pay
tho ttalary of uu assistant veterinary
surgeon ut 1150 u month; night work
compensation to un non-piofesslomil
assistant, $50 u mouth; transporta
tion, $50 n mouth Total (200 aj
month, in udditlon to the auJlstanco, '
ns may .bo required, of tho liiapoctow,
In tho pay of the City and County.
Wo would further rciwrt that tto
Inspection Is likely to be comdetJd
within throe months from tho beginning.
Tor Solo" cards at Bulletin.,
Buy one of our $20.00 SUITS and
judge us by the garments. We stake
our reputation on these suits, and
know full well that your future
patronage depends upon how the
We feeLsatisfied that we have better
workmanship in these $20.00 suits
than others have in higher priced
clothing. As to wear, time only can
tell, so to protect you we say that if
the suit disappoints you you can
have your money back.
At rr r W Lr W .
"The Best Built and Most Reliable Car made in
Built by the Locomobile Co. of Amerko, Bridgeport, Conn. ,
The "30'' Locomobile Tourinc Car, Shaft-Drive, 120 inch
Wheel Base. Will turn in 35-foot treet without backing.
4 Speeds and Reverse. Locomobile Ignition and Locomo-
bile Magneto. Bronze Engine Bed, Bronze Gear Case. 40
actual h. p.
Like any perfectly designed, perfectly built piece
of machinery the LOCOMOBILE costs more than
the cheap kind, but it is infinitely more satistac
tory, safer, more durable, more reliable cheap
est in the end.
Thc "30" Shaft Drive
Thc "40" Chain Drive
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
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$1 a Year