SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1908.
. .' '- -" ' ' v ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.,
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
The Doctor Says:
"You're worn out; you need rest and new vitality,"
and writes a prescription.
You'd get better results by keeping your money and
taking a glass each morning of
of. all kinds, of all shades, and of all widths. Ribbons for
dresses, for hats, for hair, and for flowers. Just the. kind
for the graduation exercises. Very cheap for the quality.
I" Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
the difference between our 'ICE CREAM and others.
Now we'll tell you the reason: we use only pure,
fresh milk and cream in making our ice cream, others
use evaporated and preserved milk, because it's cheaper.
PALM CAFE, The Home of Sweets
Gautinaud's Cognac A Medicinal Brandy.
Blaokberry Brandy Always useful in the Tropics.
Gibson's Bye Whiskey Straight from the Distillery.
The above are absolutely essential to every family.
LEWIS & COMPANY, LTD.
169 KINO ST. Family Wines and liquors. PHONE 240
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDO. WMM KINO STREET.
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEi
Tho Huwnll Herald Issued nn cxlia
on Juno 6 In which tho pattlculars or
tho meeting of tho Hawaii Board of
Supervisors, nt which It was decided
to Imrcach Supenlsors Purdy mid
Kalnlwna, are given as follows:
At the meeting of tho Hoard of Sup
ervisors, which did not terminate, till
5:39 o'clock yesterday afternoon, tho
report of n majority of tho Finance.
Committee was adopted which recom
mended the "Immcdlato Impeach
ment" of Supervisors Purdy and Kr.
Inlnna. Tho Finance Committee consists
of: Knlnlwua, chairman; Sitpo and
Keaki. N'nturally the chairman did
not sign tho report. It was presented
to tho Uoard by Supo who mated lb)
adoption, Shlpman seconding. The
voto of tho Board by which It wut,
adopted stood 1 to 3, Todd Joining
with Purdy and Kalalwaa against;
whllo Kenkl, Shlpman, Supu and
Woods voted for Its adoption. Purdy
spoko against the adoption of the re
port, defending his actions. That ir
tlon of the report bearing upon tho
matter of Impeachment Is ns follows:
North and South Kona Bills.
"In reference to tho claims of the
Kona Kan Telephono Co.. telephone
rent $5.00, and T. Matsumoto for sup
plies $1.90, against tho District of
South Kona; and also tho claims of
J. Knclomakulc Jr., road supervisor
for 130.000; Kona Knu Telephone
Co. for telephono lent $5.00; T. Kim
moto for materials and supplies 2fi.
30; J. Kalckulo for materials $54.00;
nichards and Schocn for ono set har
ness $35.00. against tho District of
North Kona, your Comtnlttc recom-
Intend that same bo not paid, because
tho expenditures wcro unauthorized
and contrary to tho terms of Resolu
tion No. 44, adopted February Cth,
1908, and which reads as follows:
"Resolved that tho Supervisors,
and Road Supervisors shall not ex
cepting In tho repairing of damages
Interfering with traffic, caused by the
elements, incur dohts moro than the
credit allowed and set apart to each
district nt the time, excepting ns oth
erwise allowed, by the Board,"
Hamakua's Little List.'
"Tho District of Hamnkua nlbii has
various claims filed against It as fol
lows: Labor Pay noils. Sheets Nos. 1, 2,
3, 4 and 5 duly certified to by Kawnl
Papohaku amounting to $1930.25.
Labor Pay Iloll, Sheet No. 1 for tho
months of Nov. to Dec. inclusive, duly
certified to by Kawal Papohaku,
amounting to $225.00.
P. C. Ucamer, cupplics $17.20
Ilamakua-South Kohala Tel. .. G.UO
Tli co. II. Davles, material and
K. Papohaku, road supervisor .. 76.70
J. S. Htckard, clerk to road su
pervisor ,' 25.00
Kukalau Plantation CJo. mater
ials and supplies 765.60
A. B. Lindsay, Materials and
supplies , 32.30
George Kaiser, hauling engluo
and keeping horses 240.00
Mlka, 1 mulo , ,. . 85.0C
"These, claims your' Committee ulso
recommend be not paid, for tho ha mo
reasons given for not paying tho,
claims against North and South Kona.
And in this connection your Commit
tee, recommends thut tho twrslstenco
by tho Hon. Mr. Purdy and Kalalwaa,
In Ignoring tho wishes of this Honor
able Board, by Incurring expenses un
authorized in tho Districts which they
represent, which said Districts nro in
debt shall constltuto and bo u suit
able, proper and legal ground for
their immcdlato Impeachment."
Other matters of Interest touched
upon by tho Finance Committee
were: Bill of tho Honolulu Iron
Works, $2,617, for rock crusher, was
deferred. Tho same company's claim
for $104,08 was- ordered to bo sent to
tho propor parties ns thereon men
tioned. First of The Junketing Bills.
In ro demands Nos. 2970. 2971. 2972,
2973, 2974, 2975, 2976, 2977, 2978 and
2979, Incurred hy the Roads and Brid
ges Committee, amounting to $79.95,
your Committee recommend bo not
allowed, tho same being not authoriz
ed by tho Board. . ""
All of which is respectfully sub
mitted,. , Chairman. '
O. I). SUPE, Member.
S. K, KEAKI, Member.
Should any action bo taken tending
to tho Impeachment of Supervisors
Purdy and Kalalwaa, pioccedlngs
must bo recommenced In tliu Sup
remo Court of tho Territory. The
charge would probably bo "Malad
ministration in ofllco, under subsec
tion 3, Section ,2, Chapter 14 of tho
County Act which gives tho Board
power to make regulations.
"To uuthoilze. and Mipcrvlso tliu ox
pendltur nt al) funds belonging to
OnkotaFugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Mil ....
Paaliau Sugar Plnt Co
Pala Plantation Co ....
Ptptekm Sugar Co....
aialua Aa-rlc Co
WtlluUu Rurar Co ....
Walmanalo Sugar Co.
Walmta Sugar Mill Co
tn'.er-Ulaiid bteam N Co
Hon H T & I. Co Prtl
Hon R T & L Cn Com
Mutual Telephone Uo
Hon 11 MCn
Hawaiian Pin?apte Co.
m,w ini.c ,,
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. I ' IHlillRIf FAD HAWAII
7 3t' l . MefcCAfcfiCe
II V viTUif ee Bunch Of Claims HH::;
fiftlCM' WV , Repudiated By S:;
VWU3 -?jSSil Board mfeBS
v unttOTV " n & - Koloa Sugar Co
ttritf U J- Mil " B Tho IIiitvaII llnrnl,! I.si,.l n .!.. Mcllryde Sugar Co ,,..
t .rcmtvo. . ia m ""- -"- " oai sugr co. ,
-1 let.' ? 1
Haw Gov't t tt c
C Vttl Sng Ik Kcl Co
Haiku Sugar Co 6 tic
liar. Hitch Co.,
Umrr Ditch 61
Itaw Sugar Co ope.
11IIO K K LD Lnil D
Kahuku I'.aht Co 6 11 e.
OjIiii K-i I.Co6-c'.i
Otliu Sugar Co jpc ..
Pac- SuK, Mill Co. 6a
Pali Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 p c
Walalua Jtgtk Co s P c
I 1ji.ii l'n
25 Hon. B. & M.
Latest sugar quotation, 4.40 cents
or $88 per torn
London Beets, I Is 41 -2d
Hinry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock aim Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager.
FORT AND MERCHANT T.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANOE 4.
' PICNIC AT PAIA
Special Children's Day Program Wat
Qlven at Foreign Church
On last Saturday, May (!th, n de
lightful picnic was given ut Sunny-
side, Makawao, by Rev, and Mrs. K.
II. Turner to tho home department
of tho Sunday school thai- has re
cently been organized on Maul.
Mrs. II. P. Baldwin Is superintend
cnt of tho Mu'il homo department.
The aim of this department Is that
every ndult per win not nt present In
Sunday school work study the Biblo
nt homo during the week. This plan
of systematic Itlliln study is being
widely and Micccmfiilly adopted
throughout the States. At Palu
there Is already a cry large. enroll
ment of members.
The picnic of List Saturday was In
tended to bo llrbt of ull n reception
to the homo department, which was
well represented, but the children
and young pcoplp were also present,
who helped to make tho exorcises full
of interest to nil. .
After tho opening hymn, "Onward,
Christian Soldiers," Itov. B. 11. Tur
ner gave an address of welcome, in
which ho stntcd the purpose and woiU
of tho new department. Revs. R. B.
Dodgo and Theodore A. Wlitrlp fol
lowed with brief remarks. Tho rest
of tho program consisted of songH anil
iccltatlnns by various classes of tho
Sunday school and the Muunaolu
About ono hundred and sovcuty
peoplo wero then served with refresh
ments. On Sunday them was n special
Children's D.iy program at the Pa la
Foreign Church. Tho nuditorium
was not largo enough for tho congre
gation that overflowed Into the par
lors, whllo many peoplo could not find
chains at all. Tho primary and In
termediate departments, which had
the larger part of tho service. Inter
ested nil who heard them. Miss Mnt
tlson sang Handera "Ho Shall Feed
His Flock Llko a Shepherd." Rev. E.
II. Turner made on address upon
"Child Heroes." The collection was
devoted to tho Japanese Day Nursery.
The Fleet Is coming,
up th City.
Let us clean
The quickest exit from the outing
problem is by way of the Bulletin
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stble.
Ohelo Jam, the famous Volcano ber
ry, at all grocers and factory.
The Sunday band concert will bo nt
Makeo Island, Knplohtnl Park.
Meals are being served regularly as
usual at the Royal Annex, "Scotty's."
Honk! Honk I Call Ull, J. A. Mc
Lcod, for tho pleasantest auto ride. '
Lcl Aloha Chapter No. 3, O. IC. S.,
meets In Mnsmlc Temple this ovenlng
Ring 103 for flno Studebnker, five
seated onto; day or night. Club
Lleutcnnnt Commander Carter In
spected tho lighthouse nt Barber's
Deputy Stferlff Geo. Sea left for
Maul In tho Clatiilliio on business tor
tho High Sheriffs office.
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks aro served In tho best manner
at the Fashion. Just give us n try.
The Ctaudlnc, sailing for Maul last
evcnlne, took many of tho Karnchn
mcha school children to their homes.
Civil Knglnecr C. W Parks took a
tour of Inspection to Pearl Harbor yes
terday. Ho reports progress In the
William MrKlnley I.odgo No. 8. K.
of P., will meet, this evening nt 7:30
In K. of P. Hall, Bcrctanla avenue and
All tho ladles nro greatly pleased
with ,tlie very rlyllsh "fleet waists,"
which havo Just been Imported by
Whitney ft Marsh.
,On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sowing machine. Benny ft Co.. Ltd.,
agents, 1206 Fort St. Phono 488,
The Rev. Krncxt C. Cooper, of Ijin
don, will occupy the pulpit of the First
Methodist church, on Bcrclnnla avo
nuo, tomorrow morning, nt 11 o'clock.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
the Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
Try Iho cnpdy at tho Alexander
voting t;nre: their crystallized pop
corn, French and Turkish Nougat, and
chocolates aro the best you huo over
There's no soap that will give tho
samo results In your laundry as Silk
Soap. All grocers havo. or should
have, It. H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., dis
There will bo children's day exer
cises at Kaumakaplll church next Him-
day morning at 11 o'clock, led by
Miss Florcnco R. Yarrow. Tho pub
lic Is cordially Invited.
Indoor barchall is receiving a fresh
impetus thet-e days. The Miller street
clubs am playing It every Saturday
afternoon and the Y. M. C. A. will
start up the gamo very soon.
Baggago checked at your homo tir
hotel and placed In the right state
room or healed compartment. No wait
ing nt tho tlock, no uncertainty. Union
Pacific Transfer Co., phono 58.
Oood dressers hnvo found that Hart,
Schnffner & Marx clothes havo the
right cat nnd fit, tho right stylo and
price, nnd nro made of honest cloth.
Come anil see thum. 8llvn'H Toggery.
F. J. Sullivan, tho genial steward of
tho Commercial Club, ami Edward
Worthlngton, head luna of Oahu plan
tation, wero decorated last night with
a new and permanent pair of horns by
Honolulu Lodgo No. GIG, B. P. O. K.
Now that graduation tlnio Is hero,
nil the young ladles wish to mako
their gowns look well with nice col
ored ribbons. Just drop into L.
Alloy's and ceo tho many pretty col
ored ribbons that havo just arrhed
from tho Coast.
Owing to tho funeral of tho lato
Prluco Kawnnanokna taking placo on
tho 2l8t Inst., the fair and pol lunch
to bo given by tho lolanl Guild of St,
Andrew's Cathedral, hns been post
poned to tuko placo a week later, to
wlt, on Juco 27th, at llaalelei Lawn.
Tickets already soltl uro good to the'
Now that tho management havo ev-
er thing In excellent running order ijl
the Now Art Theatre, tho films nro
bhowing up magnificently. Tho crowd
ed hnttso Inst ovenlng showed their
appreciation hy continued npplausu
and thu singing of Mrs. King with
Sonny Cunhii's accompanying was
likewise greatly appi eclated. Tho pic
tures wero extremely clear and en
jocd hy all those present.
Tho Army ami Navy Journal con
tains Iho following statement In a
recent Itsue: Tho now dock to ho
constructed ut Pearl Harbor, Hawaii,
will bo of granltu and will bo largo
enough to tnko In battleships which
may bo designed in tho next twenty
flvo years. The Navy Department Is
looking well ahead, and tho now dock
will probably bo nearly tilntf hundred
feet in length. It Is ulso purposed
thai the I'ourl Harbor station shall he
n model of its kind, with elaborate
coaling, cold astorago nnd handling
facilities, us well ns u plant for repay
ing ships. Tho now station when com
pleted will cost about $10,000,000.
All over the world have
found that in Hart, Schaffncr
& Marx Clothes there are the
right cut, the right material
and fit, and the right style.
And all these are combined
with right prices, an irresis
Let us show you.
KING STREET NEAR FORT.
Copyright 1908 by
now To frame your
We Frarce in the Most Suitable Manner
Photographs. Diplomas, Sketches,
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
Hawaii Photo & Art Company, Ltd.
BETTER BUTTER THAN EVER
and it will cost you less. We have Just received the larg
est consignment we have eyer had and offer it at
CRYSTAL SPRINGS 35 cento lb.
WHITE CLOVER '. 30cenUlb.
PARKER'S RANCH, 2 lbs 70 cents
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alio deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-CIALTY.
A joutiK lady vtaliea n position to
taKo care of one or two children.
Knqiiho nt IISDO JVrUJnno, Kort
One of M'Call's Newest Patterns
The following program will ho
tendered nt MnKco Islund tomorrow
tiflcruoon, commencing ut 2 o'clock:
"Tho Old Hundred"
Overtiuc: "Don (Jlovnnul". . .Mor.r.it
l'rl'jst's Mmch: "Athnllo"
"I'llgrlm Chorus ami Kvenlug Star"
Selection: "Jerusalem" Verdi
Vocal: Hawaiian Sours. ar. hy Ilcrgcr
"Reminiscences of All Nations"..
1'antiiBlu: "Clpsy I.lfo" (now)
Processional March: "lldlnn" (new)
"The Star-Spangled llauner"
Another Shipment of
At same cut prices just received
E. W. JORDAN, & CO., Ltd.
ii h'-i i aj in imil miaWTi fimjw." i HiaiKKa i ill '!!.
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