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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., FniDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1901.
Free Cure for Baldness.
Prevents Hair Falling Out, Remoes Dan 'ruff, Restores Pre
maturely Gray Hair to Nitu a! Color, Stops Itching and
Remotes Luxu ia.nl Giowth to Ey.brows, Eye
lashes and Shining Scalps.
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ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,
H. P. BALDWIN PresW
J. B. CASTLE...
W. M. ALEXANDER
J. B. CASTLE... ist Vke-Presld'A-.
Speaker Henderson is
Not in Favor of
J. P. Cooke Treasuli i
W. O. SMITH Secretary and yCudL' f
Sugar Factors and
BETWEEN NUUANU AND MAUNAKEA.
BILLS INTRODUCED TO
FURNISH US WITH MONEY
Schedule for Custom House Appropria
tionResolution to Provide for
Payment of the Public Debt
Money for Surveys.
Washington. Jan. 19. Senator Clerk
of W) timing today Introduced a bill
nmcndlUK section 92 of tlio Hnwallan
Act of ailmlbslun so ns to read as fol
"Sec. 92. That tho following officers
shall receive tho following nnnual nnl
nrles. to bo paid by the United States:
The Governor. $5,000; the Secretary of
the eTrrltory. $.1,000; the Chief Justice
of the Supremo Court of tho Territory
j.r.00; tho Associate Justlcca of tho
Supremo Court, $3,000 each, and the
JihIros of tho Circuit Courts. $1,000
rach. The salaries of the said Chief
Justice nnd tho Associate Justices of the
Supreme Court, and the Judges of the
Circuit Courts ns above provided shall
bo paid by the United States; the Unit
ed Stntes district Judsc, $",000; the
United Stntes Marshal, $2,500; the
United Stntes District Attorney. $1,500.
And tho Governor shall receive annual
ly. In addition to his salary, the sum
of $300 for stationery, postage and In
cidentals; also his traveling expenses
while absent from the capital on odl
clnl business, anil tho sum of $2,000 an
nually for his private secretary."
I am now fully prepared for all
T. B. MURRAY,
jssrtssm. imsmmm - f$im
wkmw& $wf mWF x Zflfe-,
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Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar (J
Olaa Sugar t-o.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhcl Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Secrctnry Gapo today transmitted to
Coni;rcss nn estimate of tho expense1)
of collecting customs duties at vorlom
ports of tho United Stntes for the fiscal
year endlnc June 30. 1002. For Hawaii
tho estimated Items of expense nro
named ns follows:
1 Collector ,00
1 Deputy 2.700
1 Deputy 2.000
1 Chief Exnmlner 2,000
1 Examiner & Ga-iRer 2.000
1 Deputy Col. & Clerk 1..W0
1 Examiner i.S
1 Deputy Collectois & Clerks.... S.0U0
1 Wclphcr l.l'JO
1 Examiner I-'"n
2 Clerks ' S.OO'J
2 Deputy Collectors & Clerks.. 2.400
7 Clerks S.IOrt
12 Inspectors 13.3.10
5 Inspectors r'.1S7
2 Clerks 2.000
12 Clerks 12.'f
1 Deputy Collector 200
1 Foreninn 7"0
1 Stennurnphcr ''',!)
0 laborers -U-'O
Famous French Contralto.
Thoso who loslnu their hair or liavo
parted with their locks can huc It re
stored by a remedy tha U sent free to
all. A Cincinnati nrm nas concimiF:-!
that the best way to umUnco peoplo
that hair can be ct on any bead U
to let them try It and oco tor tnem-
selves. All sorts of theories nave ucen
advanced to account for railing nair.
but after all. It Is tho lemedy wo nr
after, and not the theory, l'coplo, who
npf.ll mor., hair, or nie anxious to save
what they have, or Horn sicitness, ii.ni- lrie(,
uruu or omer causes wire nu i"'-"
hair should at once send their name
nnd address, to the Altenhelm Medical
Dispensary 239 ltutterncld Illdg.. Cin
cinnati, Ohio, l'. S. A., encloslHR a 2
cent stamp to cover postage, nnil they
win rnrwnnl nreiiald by mall, a sulil-
clent freo trial package of their reme
dy to fully prove Its remarkablo action
In quickly removing nil trace of dan
druff and scalp diseases and forcing a
new growth of hair.
Mile HUa. U'J Avenue ues iji"ui
Elysccs, the famous Parisian Contral
to whose wonderfully luxuriant tresses
add charm to n most bewitching per
sonality says: "I procured a set of the
Foso remedies while touring the State
nnd they actually caused my hair to
grow anew. We have In Paris, such
a bewildering array of hair dressing
r clrnnrx vn mUSt CO tO tl'.O
States for one thnt will make the hair
ono. N. TIIATCIIEIt.
Prominent Hallway Offlclal.
say that with the Foso remedies my
hair Is now more luxuriant than It ever
was and am thankful to feel that It Is
all my own nnd cannot fall off to em
Oco. N. Thatcher, of Covington. Ky..
it s A., n nromlncnt railway omcl.il
whose duties arc very exacting was
rapidly losing all his hair. He says:
"I was getting so bald nnd such n
shining mnrk for my friends that I was
forced Into using nair rcnicuics.
.i dozen or more before i rau
across tho Foso ircntmcni hihi "
glad to say thnt I was well rewarded.
My entire scalp Is now thickly covered
with long dark hair of tho natural
Bhndo and I know beyond question that
the Foso remedies cnuscd this resu.t.
I do not hesitate to lend my name nnd
Influence to these thoroughly trust
worthy hair growers."
Write todny for n free trial package.
it . ii in mniioii securely sealed in "
plain wrapper so that It may bo tried
privately at home.
Tho remedy also cures Itching nnd
dandruff, sure signs of approaching
baldness nnd keeps the scalp healthy
nnd vigorous. It also restores gray
hair to natural color and produces
thick and lustrous eyebrows and eye
lashes. Dy sending your name nnd ad
dress to tho Altenhelm Medical Dis
pensary, 2389 Ilutternelil llilliuing. vjm
Mtmnti Ohio. U. S. A., enclosing a 2
The California and Oriental S. S. rr:
CASTLE & COOKS!
SUGAR FACTOR J
tha Wilalua Acrlcutnvtl Co., L 1,1
To Kortala Suraf Co
rt Walanaa Surar ftlll Co.
ita Fulton Iron Woiki, Si. loall, Ba.
Tti Standard Oil Co.
1 bo Go. f, Dlaka btaan Poapi.
Toa Naw England Lllo Inioranc Co. J
Tna jEna I Ira Int. Co. of Hartford, Sata
Tna Alllanca Aaiuranca Co. of Loniaa,
.& Irwin &8
,; T hn,i for several years b?cn clnnnii, unio, u. a. n eiitiuajin, -?r.in;
mvimlr had tried erythlnrf. cent stamp to cover postage, they will
MvasTnXlobiiglltwerrCsrwltcheh, mall you prepaid a free trial of their
I am happy to i remarKauio ri-iui-u;.
Tho Senate yesterday passed the bill
Introduced for tho creation of giilipm ts
of entry nnd delivery In tho Territory
of Hawaii. Tho bill provides:
That such places In tho customs ills-
trlct of tho Territory of Hawaii as tho
Secretary of tho Treasury mny from
time to time deslgnato shall be sub
ports of entry and delivery, and ;us
toms offlcers shnll bo stationed at st'ch
sub-ports with authority to ontt-r and
clear vessels, rcceUo duties, fees tnil
other moneys, nnd perform such other
services and recctvo such compcnratUm
ns In the Judgment of tho Secretnry of
tho Treasury tho exigencies of com
merce may require."
Speaking of tho measuro todny, Delo-
gato Wilcox said ho regarded It ns n
beneficial ono and that he would tirgo
Us adoption by tha House.
Delegate Wilcox has had several
conferences with members of the Cali
fornia delegation relative to tho Pa
cific cable bill which passed tho "3en
atn at tho first session of this Congress
nnd which Is before tho Ilousos ns
amended by tho House Commltteo on
Foreign Commerce. It Is the Intention
of Mr. Wilcox nnd tho California repre
sentatives to mnlco nn effort to have
tho bill passed at this session and they
will request Speaker Henderson to
ginnt their recognition tor tho purposo
of calling It up for passage.
Tho Illvor and Harbor bill passed the
Houso with no provision for Havall.
Intho fienntc Mr. Perkins of California
will propnso nn utnondmont npnn.prlat
lng $25,000 for anrvcyB of liaibnri In
nnd was flnaly obllgoi
to keep up appearances
ment of tho United States In Joint rcao- jp YOU WANT
lutlon of July 7. 189S..tho seercmry ui
tho Treasurj shnll pay of tho public
debt of the republic of Hawaii law
fully existing nt the date of the pass
ago of the Joint resolution now subject
to pament. or which may hereafter
become subject to payment, nn nmount
not exceeding $1,000,000. nfter deduct
In 5 tho sum rf quired to pay tho deposi
tor In tho Hawaiian Postnl Savings
Hank, as provided In tho act of April
13, 1P00. together with such amount
as mny bo necessary to pay any ac
cruing Interest on tho debt above de-s-rlbcd
for which the I'nltcd States
may be llablo under tho Joint resolu
tion, nnd the additional sum of $20.
000. or so much ns may be required,
to ii.iv the expenses Incurred In carry
ing out tho purposes of the resolution,
nnd so much money ns snail uo ncci-s
sarv for these tevernl purposes Is ap
proprlatcd out of the treasury of tho
j. a. nnncKONS.
Western Sugar Refinery Co.
Daldwln Locomotive Works,
Philadelphia, l'enn.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natloa.
Cano Shredder), New York. U. S. a
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical FertlT
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grata t
tlllzers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & D. Paten
and Papers; Lucol and. Linn
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurtne (a cold-water paint),
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement LU i
and Bricks. '
NEWS OF THE WEEK
in the Territory of Hawaii,
you will subscribe for the
P. O. BOX 512.
Delegnto Wilcox this weok consulted
Speaker Henderson upon tho advisabil
ity of Introducing n resolution .o rn,-
vldo for the appointment if a Con
gressional Committee to visit Hawaii to
roport upon land conditions nnd repoit
n desirable form of land legislation.
Tho Speaker ndvlsed Mr. Wilcox to de
fer action In tho matter and discourag
ed tho plan of hnvlng n Congressional
Commission, which, ho enld, would
Blmply nlTonf a pleasant 'rip and psi-
slbly no practical results, Tho Speaker
suggested that tho people of Hawaii
through their delegate proposo n sitU
factory system of land legislation.
Mr, Dalzell has Introduced a Joint
resolution In tho House providing;
That In the execution of tho agreo-
London, January l6. According to the
Herald, which cliims to have reliable In
formation, Sir Thomas Upton's ntw chal
lenger, the Shamrock II, will hav a draft
of ig feet 8 Inches, beam 2i test 6 Irenes,
and her length over all will be 136 feet.
The lead weight Is to be oljhtv five tons.
Designer Watson relieves that a beam
such as he has given the Shamrock II Is
belter for all-round pfrtormance man me
tf, (Vol wlili-li lie irave the Valkvrle III.
It Is a very nollcraDie laci, says me
Herjld, that the new challenger and the
Britannia, the Prince of Walts boat, have
exacly the fame team dimensions, though
the fn m-r lia more than two feet more
drift than the Prlrce's nlj yacht. It Is
evident from the dlmenlons that Wat
son has gone In a measure to the canoe
lype of midship section, more like the Ju
bilee than any of our other American
It Is also quite evident that the vacht
now building by Denny Brothers of Dum
barton Is lc powerful than those telng
hullt nn this slJe. and It Is uul e certain,
on her tllmtnslos, that sue will not be
able to cairi quite the sail plan of either
thf l.awson or the Belmont syndlc-ite
boat, but, while she may le penalized in
this rep? t, she gilns In another Impor
tant direction n having less displacement,
le-s wetted su'fice. and, all things else be
lnr mini. Oip thniiM be nulie as easllv
driven ui der her canvas as the hrger and
more powerful boats with their greater
sail spreadj . , ,
The latest gos-dp concerning the Sham
rock II is to the effect trat thewoikof
consiructlrg her Is proceeding only at
night, a large gang of specially selected
wnrkmtn being engiged on her. These
men leave when the day workmen arrive,
anJ the shed In which the work Is being
done Is then locked and sealed Work
was beg n whlie the yard was c oeJ for
the fvew Yeai I oil Jays, the keel then be
ing secietlv cast. Ninety-live tons of lead
were used In the keel. A number of
frames are now In position.
Thi ! Jf the Singer In mlllluns of
homes snows 'he mpreccdented suc
cess of theso K ' sowing machine.
It Is convincing proor that tho Slnyur
excels In all kinds of family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines aro of the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of njtlstlc design, U. Ber
gerscn, agent, IC',4 Bethel street
LJJbHJ and &LA," i
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Lib Ii
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON,
.Etna fire Insurance CoMPAr
vm. 6. Irwin & L
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Mantri
Claus Sprockets Vice Preside.1
W. M. award ..Second Vice Presldet
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and ft
Geo. J. Ross Audll
tainis o in :
I0EANI0 STEAMSHIP OOMP
OF BAN VRANOIBO '
During the SESSION OF THE
LEGISLATURE, complete re
ports will be published by
the EVENING BULLETIN.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
PJfttro-HytlraulIp Power Trnnsmlulcn
RKPORT3 AND KSTlMATEd
FUKNiaHKD. . . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Quoon street.
f)fflro riBTt tol'ov -.aico. 1JJ
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Quaan tUaal. Honolulu U.l '
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Anartaaui V.J
Conpany. Oolcala Sujrar Plant. Co.. Onoaaa Si I
Co,. Hononu Suear Co , Walluku Sural Co , ai j
Sajtr Co . Halaakala Ranch Co.. MoTotal Rattl
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ft Co.'a Lloa ol Boaton Packata
IJST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke. Presldont: Georce
Robortsou, Manager) E. F. Blsht
Treasurer aad Secretary; Cot. W
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, HjJWi'
house. Ono. R. Oartnr, Dlrortnn
A. Harrison Mill Co,
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Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes an
Frames, Bllrds, Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work, Finish Turning
KAWAIAIIAO ST.. KEWALO.
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
J.4 ALES T. TAYLOB,
M.Aa. Soc.C. B.
800 Judd lllock. Toln. 638,
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern BUQAU MA
CIIINIJIIY of every capacity and de
scrlptlon made to order. Holier wort
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgatlot
purposes a specialty. Particular atton
tlon paid to JOD WORK, and repslrt
executed at shortest notlc.
QUEBN 8T., - HONOLUL
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The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
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ood paper for
$2.50 per an
who use Its
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-tha only dally Japancia paper publisha
In tha Territory ol Hawaii , . ,." .
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