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EVCTINQ1lDOLTnTIN;'nONOLULUrTjm.lWBDt,EBt)AY. FTO. 88, 1001.
In Spring and Summer '
NOW ON SALE
CREAM MULL SUITS '
Embroidery and Lace Trimmed.
Handsome White Silk Suits
elaborately trimmed, very stylish and Inexpensive.
The New Pony Suits
Very latest, In linen and mercerized poplin. Very suitable
(or this climate.
In sets. Allover, edging and Insertion to match.
New All Over Laces
with edgings and Insertions to match.
" DOUBLE THREAD'VALENCIENNES LACES.
New patterns, with edgings and Insertions to match.
Dainty Wash Fabrics
New materials, new designs. A wealth of pretty goods for
SATIN STRIPED PRINTED TISSUES
lacy effects, all new patterns and elegant colorings, at 25J vd-
Very sheer, elegant designs and colorings, extra fine quality,
from ttOd a yd. upwards.
Printed Silk Organdies
for afternoon and evening wear, exquisite designs and colors,
New patterns and dainty colcrlngs at 20d yd.
Ladies Swiss Vests
for low neck dresses; no shoulder straps, 25ti.
N. S. SACHS '
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREETQ.
I 1 For it is on I
RAINIER BOTTLING: Dj? Ml'', 'Ji jC' J ) I
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
8ACH8' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND DERETANIA STREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
tight and running water in all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment.
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F, COLBURN III, Manag Office, KAPIOLANl' BUILDING.
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A Dead Swell
1908 EXCLU8IVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo! A Martin
Supervisors Assisted .
By County Attorney Decide
Can't Help Schools
MARCH ESTIMATES CUT TO FIT
The Supervisors took tho County
Attorney's ad rice last night and, for
tho present at least, killed the proposi
tion of the County giving any financial
help to tho public schools of the Tcrrl-
tory. ascertain therefrom whether this pow-
Douthltt's opinion given In full bft.jcr Is expressly given or whether It Is
low was read and, although the sen- Clven by necessary Implication. 8ub
.tlmcnt was expressed that there should division 5 of Section 9. Chapter 4 of
be some way of settlne round It. soma tho County Act reads as follows:
way of helping the schools, a motion
carried to file Superintendent of Public or loan Its credit to or in aid of any
Instruction IHbbltl's communication, person or corporation, and any In
Inviting assistance and forward him nebtodncss or liability Incurred con
the Attorney's opinion, explaining the: lry to this provision shall be void,"
tbo Hoard was powerless, as the Coun-I ' subdivision 7 of the same chan
ty Act did not nuthorlzo an cxpcndl- l". w nn" he following:
ture such as was desired. , "AH contracts, authorizations, al-
Superintendent llabbltt's letter, wwanccs, payments and liabilities en
Milch has been published was read In ,ercl lnt0. granted, made or Incurred
full. in violation of this act shall be void
"Mr. Chairman." said Lucas. "I tin- tn ha" ncver ue a on"11' of a cn'm
derstand, you havo an opinion from &?'""' the County
tho County Attorney In this matter1 .fthcr, with regard to the powers
and that ho says we havo no right to ff i!"0 BoarJ,of Supervisors. we find
tnalto any appropriation for the Bchools. '" ci'nnic,r1 " ubdIylalon 3, section
I ask that tho County Attorney's opln..62:'he f?'l0VrlnK: , . ..
Ion be 'read " authorize and supervise the ex-
County Clerk Kalauokalnnl then Vulture of all funds belonging to
read Doulhltt's opinion, as follows; "1S.Co"nty' , . . . . , .
Douthltfs Opinion. I ,; r enforce all claims on behalf
In response to your request made "'" iJ ,ahndra"r,0JS a" law,ul
on the 26th day of February, 1900, as '',!" "fl n,t County. -to
the powers of tho Board of Super-' Th, ' aiie.' of, ho County Auditor
visors with reference to making ap. ?" l b" lZL " ChaP,er " 8t'0,
proprlatlons for the support of tlo,VJ as i?."on"i ,
schools, payment of teachers; etc., T Audi or shall Issue warrants
beg to say as follows: ' on .lne ",. ' '.ea,.,T '" faVOr
I thoroughly appreciate tho neces- Pe;l,8", ",l"dJhertt2 ln pa.ymentK?'
slty for aiding thd schools, for I am ''"J,, ,ardPd'm "ft h lharfl',ablc
aware that tho. amount appropriated IZJTLZV1,
by tho Territorial Legislature Is not
sufficient tto maintain a proper stand,
ard ln ono of tho most Important
branches of government, viz., the pub
lic uciioois, iiut, however, much as
tho present condition as to tho public
rhnnt .,, .. .iir.. .mi ,i.
Uoard of Supervisors can do only
.n.h ii.in. .. ..., ...i . i .i...
'vis up, ci uo uiu vwiiiaiiii'i.l in ill v
County Act, or, by rcasonablo and
necctsary Implication, may bo attrib
utable to them.
Defining the Power.
Deflnlns tho extent of nnwor llmlta.
regard .0 municipal corporations, Mr.
Dillon says. In his work on this sub
Jcct, as follows:
proposition of law that a municipal
fOTS"!Se"" ??." ""5!'?
tho following powers, and no others:
First, those granted In expr... words;
piled In or Incident to the powers ex-
nr,Miu -,... a ul. 41 . .....4i.i
f SnVHaraHh .?. ..J ""f
any contract, or incur any liability
not aphorized thereby, or by some
leslslat int amillrnwi Li am
only such powers and rights can be
rrer-.lcu.l i,n,lni- ll,,n . , .!...!
...w, .- ........... . w...w. ....,..- ......
comprehended within tho words of tho,Mre Wants to Help. .
net or derived therefrom by necessary I. . . lnl "y ',hn,t, ,v"
Imnllrnllnil rpcnnl Imtn-r I.n.l In lin I this Way, SBld 11 T. .
object of tho grant. Any nrablgulty
or doubt arising out of the torms used
by the legislature must bo resolved In
favor of tho public. This doctrine has
bcon austalned by tho Supreme Court
of tho United Statos In tho case of
MInton -vs. La Hue, 23 Howard, -135.
In subsequent cases, tho Supremo
Court of the United Stated has said
that a municipal corporation "can ex-
erciso no power wnicn is noi in ex-""-"- "" "
press terms or by fair Implication, "My Idea," said Archer, "would be
conferred upon It. ,0 lcnl the money, If we could get alt
Thompson vs. Lee Co., 3 Wall. 320.'I-olltlcaI parties to promise to give U
Thomas vs. Richmond, 12, Wall, 349. . L-k to us through the Legislature."
Provisions of the Act. "The other Islands could not be In-
So, thoreforo, to ascertain whether duccd to givo monoy for Oabu school.,"
The InrK'at niercnnnillM- store In nil tlif
Wltliimi-ttt Viilk-y Is (lint nf Junii-a Cnilir.
In Hllvrrton, Ongon. Ami Mr. Crulic ls
not only u m nxTchunt, hu la a phlUn
IhronlHt na well, lie Inkra n uimilm, in.
Irnnt In tin- wt-lfiire of lila ihIkIiIkji a. 11 h
una itivr iii, Bitu.T .
Oltlcoiif Jnmcs Cmhr,
Hlli-ltiin. Or.. Oct. III. 1005.
j.-mj j. 111.111.1 wij. (M-niH-niin 1
unlll.l llkn vnu In aiml nip n liunrli of vnur
imnipniria, 1 r.in "''nil ion i
to our loanl ilruiul.l. na 1 11m
tlnvi r in your euro for Hrltrli
iluu to thu foUowhur: Thu local phyal.
r lull' siivi-11 s-ounx Indy up na Inruriiliti..
liar fiithiT brousht a immplilct of ours
to mo for my advlca. I found J km-w two
of then.! whnan .niiinrs wern kIvvii. vis.:
ao atlfi.ctory tlmt trie youni lady's' fiith:
-r ordi-n-U six bottlra. itrforo sh lind iln
tilled two she was out drlvlnir. nnd today
la tcaclilnir i.hool In Arlsona, haarty nnd
ll. I haMi don Iota of lalklnK for you
lila naat four rurs. und a irooi many or
my cuitmnrra wlio have tmn nffllrtnl are
well. Tlw rvoaon that I 11m wrltlnif thla
la that another one wants 10 start taklnir
la inai unoilier 1,110 wuma ill ailiri iuhiiik
tlw compound und wants to rrud up on
Did you rvcr hear of anything t-lae In
nil the world that wns so efTrctlve thnt
tiualneaa men would go nmons" their tK-luh-
bora und urst) (him to take It?
We aolemnlv declare tn you that iiriKhra
Dlaeaae nnd Diabetes ure.now curable In
ntwut 87 tier cent, of all cnaea by Knlton'a
Cuinuiunds. Hind for free booklet to J no.
j. i-uiiuii v. ""'"""1'''' ,r,vt ,,l"
uSSf "wnli. II0N0LU'LU ,mv(i Li'
(he Board of Supervisors of this Coun
ty has thp power to make appropria
tions for tho maintenance of public
schools, wo must necessarily look to
the provisions of tho county Act, and
"No county shall In any manner glvcj
legally examined, allowed and ordered
pnlcl by the Hoard of Supervisors. "
Further, Section 76 of tho same
"All warrants shnll distinctly spec-
Z "'" . h ,,.ZC,"
drawn and when tho same accrued."
It will be seen fr
from a rending of
tho above quoted sections that thoi
Hoard of faupervlsora Is limited In Its
appropriations to County claims nnd
County purposes. Thcro Is nothing In
"'" uu"y which vuner unpressiy
Tho schools are under Territorial su
pervision. They nro not maintained
Zhv cnZi Th t-JE, .
ft ",c ,Io c!
lh, n,ir',h rn,
In are In ho way responsible to tho
schools were County
I nm nr thn nnlnlnn
.... 1 .. r, ... ... ... ,.
l,,,fc """! uiu v.uuuiy vci lliu super
visors could well make appropriations
, . 'l;,),lc', Th? Supervisors are
r ,r,"'Ve"1for " Vmme, among
0,ll.p' ..pf ."H'oralng County funds. I
nrtnt fina rnr fhi mnlnt nnnnrn nit
"- -- "-"-'-"---.
ort of nub Ic school.
I,orl OI P"UC SCnOOIS.
nre tied down
Moore, "but If
'h" ,wn aaJ TbY which we con d
J-e'P he schools, I m sure v.o would
h,, ,lolnB splendid thing and somn-
Ullr-K ,1nal the nPIa senerally would
"Pl-rcclate. It socma to me that wo
m-8t-t arrange It under some special
proposition, we coum spare, say,
500 month to help the schools out
"-- "c strain Is over at any rate."
lMca" thought the Altorney'a opinion
'..1111 44.. mn.
County Entitled to More.
Moore said: "The Governor said
the other day to me that tho trouble
wns tho Territory bad not been allow
ed enough money and the County had
L-cen allowed too much. I told him tbo
County nnd not been allowed enough."
Adams agreed with Moore.
Adams also wanted to know why
Superintendent of 1'ubllc Instruction
nni.1.111 ,n.i nn,
--- " "
Or more that he
draw on toino 11,000
had on hand, No 0110
could Kliers the answer.
IllBUI ill lUIU BUIU lb WIIH IUU UUU UIU
County's hands were tied; there waa
more dat.ervlng thim tlm
John llugbea was present aud
."hlfM.'lV1 U'., C!"" l IHlak "" 1'aclflc Sugar Mill to Hamakun iilt'c'h
"l?.mJJ L'r;.Alr' nugllC8 remnrltS ap'Co. I.trt lit W & Contra
Lticns then moved that Mr. llabbltt's
loiter bo received and' nlaced on nio
'" eT.. ? vea .nnj. n c,ea ,on "l0
6ld that tho County Clerk be Instruc -
tcd '. '""'''"','te with Mr. Babbitt,
enuinB mm a copy or IJOUtn ll s opiif
In and explaining tbo situation. Cur
Tn ,,.,., u-ru r.tnj
' J,ove J1-CK Otano.
1 ue luuiier ui me uciuion iur 1110 ro
movnl of the hack stand now on Union
, . ... ' .n""n
"f01, near Hotel came up. Itepresen
7 , . .7 ..-.. -..
tntlves of the heck stand were present.
y. Wolters, property owner there-
uuuuis, was aiso on nanu. Attorney
It. I), Anderson attended, representing
jho Interests of Ilruca Cnrtwrliiht
nn,in. Vh. hi !!....?- wi... .
' During the discussion Wolters ro.
marked that the back stand depreciated
besides, ladles had
tnoy uaicu to pas.i
i"e P'ace as it smeiieu Daa, tne iiuck-
wen sometimes used bad language and
Cauied by Female Disorders and Cored b)
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
A Treat many women duffer with a
form of indigestion or dyspepsia which
docs not seem to yield toordinary treat
ment. While tbesymptotnsseem lobe
similar to those of ordinary Indlgi-s-tion,yet
tho medicines universally pro.
scrllied do not seem to restore the pa
tient's normal condition.
haV r W tin
ill,' " - " l I
v. . '"t?4aj,TH.'''A vl
I Mrs. At. Wright
Mrs. I'lnkham claims that there is a
kind of dyspepsia that Is caused by a
derangement of the female organism,
and which, while It causes a disturb
ance similar to ordinary Indigestion,
cannot be relieved without a medicine
which not only acta as a stomach tonic,
butho-iapecullartonlc effect on tho fe
As proof of this theory we call at
tention to tho case ot Jim. Maggie
Wright, llrooklyn, N. Y who was
completely eurcil by Lydla E. PInk
ham s Vegetable Compound afterevcry
thlng else had failed. She writes:
" For two ymrs I irafftmt with dynirpda
which to dtcrnertital tbo ent I n trutrai that I
win unable to attend to my ilslly dutle. I
frit Mk and nrrvouj, ami nothing Unit I nto
titlgool and ItrnuimladlKturtHincolnmy
tnniAih. 1 trlt different dytpt-pla nirns
inn nomine mmni w nip in. I WAS Ail-
Tbwl to glre Lydla E. I1nkhank Vegetnbla
ixjmpnunii a irmi, nna wai ntippur t urinie(i
to find that It nctnl IIL n flno tiinlr, ami In a
few days I tgan to enjoy and propHrlydlgmt
my fool. Xly n-eovrry was rapid, ami In
Ave week I was a well woman. I have rrc
nnuuended It to many tutfering women."
No other.medlclno In the world ha
received Mich widespread and unquall-
uea endorsement or tins such a record
of cures of female troubles, a has Lydla
E. I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound.
there had even been shooting scraps
Moure moved that the Clerk com
municate with the Spcrlntendcnt of
1'ubllc Works to the effect that the
Hoard recommended tho moving of tho
liacK stand and thnt the stnnd be lo
cated on Hotel street, nlong tho park
in irnnt of tho Young hotel,
Cox said . would nut vote for this.
The proposed stand would prove dan
gerous. The County might bo sued
In case of nccldent. Tbo motion car
ried, with Cox voting ugalnst It.
Archer said lie had seen Sheriff
Drown In regard to employes ot that
department paying their taxes. Tho
Sheriff said hs would assist In getting
the men to pay their taxes. Archer
had not called on tho road department.
The Chair asked Sum Johnson ns to
road men digging up nnd Sam said
arrangements had been made for the
road employes to hand out 2.50 per
week, until they were square with tho
Peck Is O. K.
Taele reported on Investigation of
1110 uliegatlon thnt Iload Oterscer Sol
I'eck had mod road employes for his
private work and put their names on
the (lovt-rnment imtroll. racle's rc-
up-jport exonerated l'eck.
Iho following demnnda were on-
'proved: (larbage. iiiifl.2t, police,
C0.30; roads, J38G0.32; roads, special,
$3S0.01; tire, $367S; Koolaupoko rouds,
JS01.M; tlxed salaries. 11070: County
Clerks department, 1235; County At
torney's department. 1535; County An
tor's department, 1120; houso number
ing, 1200; County Engineer, 1225;
keepers of parks, (200; poundmaster,
(Continued on Page C)
II (I I T E FIRST"
' (ATGH PHRASE
Mrs. Annlo Kcarns respectfully calls
attention to her catch phrase and also
wlshoa to notify our visitors from the
mainland that the manufactures nil Is
land Jams and chutney, and packs the
same In large or small lots as required,
alio can arrange especial rates to any
address desired. I'hone Dlue 1411, Fac
tory 1K4 Hotel street nearly opposite
tho Young Hotel
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Feb. 26, 1906,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Clara N Johnson to Allk Johnson. . Hot
P Kemoho (k) to J V Kaohu D
Hnnnknn Hilirnr Pn tn llnmnLim
, nitrh Cn I til lit W fnnlmrt
,, ,. 1" 1 .V . ., .
It N Kamakahukllanl, et all to James
i p;, jl0V0 d
Helen Nahoopll & hsb to Jamos n
Jampa II Lovo to Ocorco P Davlcs . .1)
Kaanaanna & wf ct al to Mary K
Kannlu (It) to Walwalolo (w) D
Kealnha Kahclo to Mllcka Kahelc.D
,,.' , "
- Mary De La
..u, wv i.u uiu ot iidii ij miiiiu
Paler , ExD
M Knlama to Joseph M Kamakau ...M
rub & lml) to Annie
Entered for Record Feb. 27, 1906,
from 8 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
W K Mo! (k) to Iokewe Mol (k)....D
Sarah II. Knuhane & hsb to Krcd II
Kwnng I.co Co .' Co PI)
ssr- for lie
For Rent" cards on sale
A Optimistic Light
Let your light so shine that
as you acsirc.
Have electric lights In every room, In the kitchen and In the
You don't have to burn all the light all the time; but once elec
tric lights are Installed you can have all you want, any minute, Just
where you want
We would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at
the lowness of the cost. We shall be happy to supply you with full
Information on the subject
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office, King 8L, near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390.
ItHMimHmttnmiiftfimntimittitk ( Ml
gimmmmmnm nnn mm mmmrng
To Our Patrons 5
We are now locatsd In the new brick building on King
street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will
be pleased to serve you with first-class goods In the meat lint.
our prioes win always ee fair. -
We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Oreenwell" Zl
Ranches of ts Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the !j
killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house "7
at Kallhl la done In a moat sanitary manner and directly under m
the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board ol 33
Health. , 3
Soliciting your patronage, we are, -m
Verv reanrrtfiilttf 4Aiira. B)
1 C, Q. YEE
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
;.uuu.iuu uuiiuiuuuiu am iuuuur
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Muvo all Otliur Plavbrn Also
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest M
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Putter, Eggs, Chicle
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, averythln" FIRiT.
CLASS MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
' JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manager.
TFLEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVE BLDt)
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and tare you money.
Dealer. In STOVE WOOD. COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
SELECT WITH CARE
It means much to you. Thj home you build expresses your per- f
sonallty. "Through Its halta runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count. ""
W. MxVTLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone White OBI I
v7 S U Q AT shoten
.NVIioIcmuIo Retail Liquor Duulor,
B g 8tock of .tapanese and America Liquors, 'inzal Salcrn In connection.
IWILEI AND KINQ 2TRtjjr8.
OhTOPPICE ROX RBH TELEP NE MAIN .
W W.Wright Co.
have opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class abc" vy are pre
pared to oo an work in
trusted to tbem In a first
It leaves you free to be as cheerful
HOP & CO.
(26 Kino; St. Phone Main 58
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No Cash Required
The Lemmon-Karle Directory Com
pany desires to notify tho public that
no easti payment Is required for their
Directory for 1906-1907 or for adver
tising therein, until the book Is pub
lished, delivered and found to be sat
isfactory In every respect '
L. M. LEMMON,
OIIACB M. EAItLE. .
m& Wnfi t Vsi.iJffl?