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EVEN'INO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T. n SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1008
i Dance all evening and Jiothins to pay for music. No
i one 10 inanK. no one to tire.
One small payment and the Victor is in your
nome; a tew more ana you own It forever.
me music is just as loiul and clear and fine i
as though you waited months for it to save
up the full price. Yes, thank yourself
ior r.ot waitirj.
lBERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Ldr
An examination will satisfy you that it is the BEST
refrigerator made; a trial will convince. let us show you
the new itylc3.
Theo. It Davics & Co., Ltd., ;
the British Journal
Tells everything nr.v that has happened in the line of
Photography during th; past year.
It is a compendium of photo views, and has many val
uahte suggestions that arc invaluable to amateurs and pro
fessionals. This jear's Almanac tells all about the new color proe
ess in Photography.
The price is 70o. Call and see it or write for one.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"If you happen "to get stung don't
get sore at the world and call it rot
ten; maybe it's your judgment."
Drink Our Soda Water and
all the world will be rosy. There's no sting,
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. ' TELEPHONE 71.
Supervisors Have No
Money For Fleet
P.-om the General attitude of the
County Supervisors at their meeting
Inst night It docs nut appear that the
I'loet. Entertainment Committee can
hope for uny assistance from that
honorabto body. Lack of funds was
given as the reason why the RoyAI
Hawaiian Hand could not bo Increas
ed during the stay of the Kleet. and
lacks of funds was also given as the
eason why the streets along the wn
tcrfiont could not oiled.
I.tttlo Archer, as usual, delayed
the meeting by kicking over a small
item of $u par year in the County En
gineer's department which was ex
pended for an engineering journal.
Knglncer (lore explained, hut the
magazine was kept In the ofTjce for
teference, anil that it was needed
A communication was read, from
Captain llees of the Naval Station
asking that Alakea, Richards, and A I;
Ion ftrecls and Ala Moana lio oiled,
In view of the fact that tho Kleet
would noon be hern. Mr. Ilustacc
thought that the country could not
stand the expense ut this time, lull
suggcstel that watoi' culU !.' sent
there and the stieets welt watered.
The matter wns referred to tho Hoails
Captain Otwcll also wrote a letter
to tho Supervisors asking that tho
road between Honolulu and tho Fed
eral works under course of construc
tion ut 1'earl Harbor bo repaired. II.
P. Wood for the Promotion Commit
tee asked that this road be fixed up.
Chlof Thurston of the Ore depart
ment reported that the department
hud answered three alarms during
tho month of May,, the estimated
property loss being 1700, -j
On account of the fact ttiat the ap
probation for tho construction ol
tho I'auninlu bridge pioved inade
quate. County Engineer Cera asked
that the balance o'f the Kuunala ap
propriation be turned oyer to the
former. This was granted by tho
board. Gere also reported thalthe
bridges In Kdoluuloa district .had
beon completed at a total cost of
Chas. Hustnce asked the Hoard If
they had any names to suggest, fof
tho position of ltoad Supervisor,
bwlght nominated T. P. Cummins
and his uomlnetlun was socondeit by
Archsr, The application of C. L.
Hopkins for the position was road.
Tom Cummins was elocted unani
mously, "The 'duties of your office arc
great," snld Chnirufan Hustuce, "ami
we trust that you will do our best in
Tom Cutrimlns thanked tho Hoard,
and pledged 'himself to carry out tho
work to tho Lest of his ublftty.
The salary of Mr. Kvniu, who will
take Cummins' place; was fixed' ut
$12R per month! Eddie Hopkins sal
ary was named at $100 per month.
A petition was read usklng that
i the Chung itoon road bo macadam
ized. It was referred to tho Hoad
Committee. 'Another petition from
taxpayers was lead usklng that Quar
ry street be repulrcd. It was refer-
red to tho proper authorities. Mr.
j Harvey stated that there wcro some
citizens who had been witnesses In
soiha "blind pig" cases In plllkla be
cause they had received no pay. Dep
uty County Attorney Mllverton stat
ed' that tile mon would probably bo
paid for what time they had lost.
Mr. Mllverton also stated that his
department would not advise tho Su
pervisors to make any appropriation
in favor of the Salvation Army.
Therefore the petition wns laid on
the table for the present.
Tlie following accounts and pay
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as a medicine
mm ME UT WHEY
as It has no equal as a tonlc-stlmu-Innt
and builder of new blood nnd
tissue. It tones up the heart's ac
tion, soothes tho nerves nnd keeps
the body healthy and strong.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is an
absolutely pure distillation of mnltod
grain, great-care being used to have
every kernel thoroughly malted, thus
destroying tho germ and producing u
predlgeMed liquid food In 'lie farm
of n malt essence which IS tho most
effective tonic stimulant nnd Invlg
orator known tc science. Softened
by warmth nnd moisture, lt.i palata
blllty and freedom from Injurious
substances'render it to that It can be
retained by the most sensitive stom
Sold by druggists, grocers and deal
ers or direct. Prlco $1. Write Dr.
ft. Curran, .consulting physician, for
t free Illustrated medical booklet
Containing sorao of the many con
vincing testimonials received from
grateful mon and women who have
been cured,, and freo advice. Dully
Malt Whiskey Co.. Ilochostcr, N. V.
If you cannot procure it at your
'ocal stores send direct to Daffy Malt
Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y,
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
AGENT FOR '
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
oils were passed:
Kaplolanl Park. $432.25.
Commission road tax, $4.40.
Garbage, department, $173. 42.
Road department. SftlSC.r.'.
County Engineer, $100.70.
Koolauloa road district, !)84.79.
Walajna road Ulttrlct, SBO.So.
Klre department, $599.81.
' County Clerk. S466.70.
Police department, $801.05. '
Walalua road district, $533.99.
Ewn road district, $871.62.
June bills and pay roll: ,
Hoad department, $707.50,
Garbage department, $105.
County Attorney, $410.
Klre department, $1832.50.
Electric light department, $358
Police ami lire alarm, $92.50.
Polico department, $3262.50.
Kccpcis of parks, $100.
County Engineer, $212.50.
County Cleik, $170.
Kaplolanl Park, $132.50.
Pay roll meeting: Tho Hoard ad
journed to meet again at noon on
Juno 18 for the consideration of pay
The Oknyama orphanage Is tho most
remarkabln beneficent Institution und
er native Christian auspices In the
Far East. The story Is onu of thril
ling Inteiust uiul Its founder, Mr.
Ishtl, is onu of tho marked men ol
tho ICmplii' of Japan because of the
special favor that Mikado Mutsnhltu
has bliown him, Tho vlco manager of
tho otphnnagu Is in town and with
the assistance of Hov. Krnnk S. Scud
der will glvo in Central Union church
tomorrow evening on account of the
work Illustrated with beautiful views,
both moving and still. tMauy of tho
pictures have been tinted by well
known Japanese artists. Mr. Scuddci
will prcsldo at tho platform nnd Mr.
Onodn utMlio lantern. Tho service Is
under tho auspices of thu cabinet. A
quartet composed of Mrs. Muckall,
Mrs. Weight, Messrs. Stanley and
Chester I.UIngiitnn will sing. At
morning worship Dr. Hradford I.civitt
of San 1'iauclsco nlli proach In Ccn
tral Union. He has many friends In
tho city who nil! wish to hear him.
Tho singing In tho morning will be
led by the above quartet who will sing
as thu anthem Martiton's "Pilgrim."
Tho offertory will bo by Mrif. Mnckall
Dlrch'B "O For a Closer Walk With
Women'B boat club and coeds of unl
vdrelty of California , 'will keep tbeli
Bholls on Lake Mer'rltt this summer.
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, neat Vineyard, Z
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BIDO. ... 74 S. KING ST.
Special Sale of
PEARS, PEACHES, APRICOTS,
EGG PLUMS, GREEN GAGE PLUMS,
. CHERRIES, etc.
3 Lb. Tins Regular Price, 35c ; Reduced to 25c
HENRY MAY & C0,Ltd.
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Keeps you dryj
The Acme of per
fection in theN
R c ady-to-lay
I, different weights
made for all classes
of buildings. Write
for our Class "A"
Malthoid used on
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
Believe in lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know 'more about
FAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rela FAINT and put
on as Faint should be. We con with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
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Let us figure on wiring your house. The initial
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ease acquired through using Electricity
is taken into consideration. For reasons of economy, util
ity and general adaptability elcctricitv is ideal for both
And Power .
Electric power rclucos labor, economizes space and
accelerates production. We would like to figure on your
power needs. This IS OUR BUSINESS.
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and economical in the
Napkins and Doylies
Hats, Caps and Straw
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FRED, L. WALDR0N, Agt.
Cut for you, from your own meas.
lire: It don't coat any more, In fact
you snvo money, because you got sat
If J on havo a fault In jour fig
ure 75 ilo I will lililo It for you.
Our bulls at Twenty-five Dollars
liavo no compnilson. Tlicro Is no ex
cuse to bo Blovenly attired wliou for
tho samo money you can bo well
GEO. A. MARTIN,
There is to h a cturinl nltaolimi
at Haleiwa next Saturday night when
ine waiaiua prass uana of trurty-two
nieces will iriv n mnntilivlit rtnvrt
A dance will be given afterwards.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
941 NUUANU ST
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
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