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EVENINO DULLETIN. HONOLULU H. " FIUDAY, MARCH 8. 1001.
Spring floods for 1901
LATEST DESIGNS AND SHADES
FIGURED DIMITIES, I2i, 15, 20c per yard.
PLAIN AND DOTTED DIMITIES, Solid Colors,
20, 25c per yard.
STRIPED AND FIGURED BAL1STE, 20c per yard.
PRINTED FOULARDS, Look Just Like Silk,
25, 30c. per yard.
GINGHAMS, 8, 10, 14 yards for $1.00.
FLANNELETTES, CHECKED, STRIPED AND PLAIN
8, 10, I2c. per yard.
A FULL Line OF LADIES' BLACK HOSE (HERMSDOOF
PLAIN, 8, 84, 9, 914, 10 Inch, 20c. per pair.
OPENWORK, 8, 8J4, 9. 9. o inch, 25c. per pair.
PLAIN, FINE QUALITY, 8, 8, 9, 9J4, 10 Inch,
3 pal's for $1.00.
For the Next Few Days we are offering
Special Bargains in Cotton and
COTTON, 85c, Si. 25, Si. 50.
WPOL, S4.S5. S6.50, S7.50, S9.
S 10 per pair
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
A HANDSOME LINE OF
Ladles' Knox Felt Hats
New Sailor Hats
New Matinee Hats
We are constantly receiving UP-TO-THB FASHION
GOODS by every steamer. You can't go wrong or be out
of style when purchasing of us.
The M. E. KILLBAN CO., Ltd.
ARLINGTON BLOCK. IIOTBL STREET. 8
Majority Expunges Cecil
SENATOR POINTS WITH
FINGER OF WARNING
White Introduces p. fysolijtion Re
questing Governor to Name His
Appointees Bills Read
. First Time.
The Angle Ump
also CAnnyA good siock of hanong...
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It em 1 almott Increi tit that
any Uirp coulj t coo J enough to
I ale ttie place of electricity on vn
terms, yet luch Is the cite lh tht
AN(Heia. All over tht UUnds
rcoplt art threw In; aay their od
amp anJ replacing them with this
lamp, not merely tecautt It coti
atout one-tenth at much to main
tain (cost Is no object to somt pen
pie) but, be lit btlnff Infinitely
cheaper. It Is more brilliant an4
more reliable In tht bargain It la a
revelation to eery one who uses It,
ani simply demonstrates that tht
oU'lashloned lamp wis a barbar
ous contrivance. THE ANOLB LAMP
never smokes, smells or gives any
trouble. Is lighted and extinguished
as easily as cat, and Is the Idea
light from every itandpolnt We
carry these lamps from $1 80 up,
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Saw Horn, Sewing Machines and PanAmrlcan Hand
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j THE EVENINGBULLETIN
J3 THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KLONDVKE FOR ADVERTISERS jUjtjtjtJtjHt
When the Senate convened after the
regular lunch hour yesterday after
noon, Senator Kalauokalant arose at
once and seconded the motion of Sen
ator Kalue made in the morning to the
effect that the statement of Mr. Drown
be expunged from tho Journal of the
Senate. He said that such a motion
was1 perfectly proper. In the opinion
of the Senator who made the motion.
thero was a conflct of two matters
which appeared on the record of tho
Mr. C. Drown arose ngnln to speak on
tho question and prefaced his remarks
by asking the Senators If every state
ment as It appeared on the Journal of
the day was not a fact. Ho said ho had
looked into the law regarding the ex
punging of records nnd he had found
that In all the history of the United
States, there had been hut one case and
that was during the time President
Jackson was a Senator. Even this woi
not the expunging of a statement such
as his but it was the record of a reso
lution passed by the Senate censuring
Senator Jackson. This was dono on
the ground that the thing had been
done during tho heat of debate and that
It was unfair, unjust and unproved.
Mr. Drown ended his remarks by say
ing: "If the majority chooses to do thl
thing, they aro not as honorable as 1
thought they were and I would not do
as they would bo done by If they wete
In the same position. It makes no dif .
(erance to mo personally but. In this
the first Legislature under the Torrl
tory of Hawaii, I should not like to
toe proceedings in this house which
might lead to grave results.
Tho chair called Mr, Drown to order,
saying he was casting n reflection.
Senator Carter said that. If the state
ment of Mr. Drown wero to be expung
ed from the Journal, there would be a
record the next day that such a thing
had been done and even If this second
record were wiped out, there would bo
tho samo thing tho next day and so on
Indefinitely. If people wero to look
at tho record In the future they would
ho likely to say that the President was
wrong because there was only one
side of tho matter shown. If It wti
possible to expunge tho Journal from
one end to the other, ho would Be very
In passing, Mr. Carter said that the
President on the previous day called
for the sergeant-at-arms to remove Mr.
Drown from tho Senate chamber, Ac
cording to Hulo 77, ho did not have this
right as tho scrgcant-at-arms could not
bo summoned unless by a two-thirds
voto of the Senate.
Tho ayes and noes wero taken on the
question of expunging the statement of
Mr. Drown from the Journal of tho
previous day and It was found that the
affirmative had It by a vote of 8 to K.
Mr, Drown, being an Interested party,
refused to vote.
Mr, Drown asked how tho clerk was
going about It to expunge tho state
ment from the Journal. Did he Intend
to tear It up or wnrrlt lira Intention to
rub It out. If tho former, he would
havo to tear up tho whole Journal as
tho statement was n part nf It. Ho
moved that tho clerk ho Instructed to
write across tho statement, tho wordv
"nxpunged by order of tho Senato on
March 7, 1901." This motion was lost
nnd the Journal was adopted, minus tho
statement that had created bo raii'-h
House bill No. 1 ngaln madu Its ap
pearanco on tho scene, this time with
tho names of tho Speaker of tho House
nnd tho clerk, nppended. Senator Acht
wanted the bill sent back for the third
time hecniiHp tho clerk had not com
piled with the law In regard to the
matter of certification. However, tho
President declared that tho bill was In
duo form and so It went through. On
motion or Mr. White the bill was laid
on tho tablo for consideration today,
A communication from tho Ilouja
submitting a certain Joint resolution,
was read by the clerk. Mr. C, Uronn
moved that the communication bo re
turned to the House on tho ground that
It was not In proper form. In place of
tho original document was a certified
copy. Ho said It was a dlsgraco to
send such a document to tho Senate,
Evidently there was n total Ignorance
This motion was seconded by Mr. Achl
Mr, Katauokalanl presented a peti
tion which bore the following title:
A petition from 174 taxpayers of the
Territory of Hawaii for the appoint
ment of a committee to determine the
approximate amount due claimants for
damages resulting from the suppres
sion of bubonic plague,
Tho petition was referred to the
Committee on Claims.
Mrv Drown presented tho following
minority report of tho Judiciary Com
mittee which was laid on the tablo,
pending the report of tho majority of
The minority of the Judiciary Com
mittee herewith presents a report on
the estimates submitted by the Gov
ernor to the Legislature of tho Terri
tory of Hawaii for tho succeeding bi
ennial period, and referred to such
committee for the purposu of prcpar
Ing and Including the samo In an act
or acts In order to bring such matters
properly before the Senate for action
The minority has prepared and here
with submits nn act making special
appropriations for the departmental
use as well as the payment of the no
cessary current expenses of carrying
on the government for such biennial
This act embraces tho necessary ap
propriations as submitted to the Gov
ernor, and the money therefor Is ex
pected to be provided out of nnd from
tho current revenue from nil sources,
and not fiom nn loan fund.
There Is nlso .submitted by the mi
nority upon the plan suggested by tho
Governor In his message, a general or
public loan net based upon that passed
by the Legislature of the Republic of
Hawaii In ISM. nnd which act If passod.
will not necessitate the passing of a
new loan act nt each session of the
There is also In preparation a loan
act, the money realized tinder the
same to be used for the internal im
provements recommended in tho esti
mates beforo mentioned, or In such
other manner ns the Legislature may
The bills referred to In the report aro
An Act to provide for public loans.
2. An Act making appropriations for
the departmental use of tho govern
ment of the Territory of Hawaii and
providing for the payment of the ne
cessary current expenses of carrylnt
on the government for the succeeding
Mr. Carter made mention of the fact
that one of the morning papers had
repudiated Its bid of S1.S0 a page Mr
the printing of bills of the Senate. Ho
would like to know from the chairman
of the printing committee If ho had
heard anything of tho matter.
Mr. Knlauokalanl said there had been
no refusal to take the work of tho Seu
ate at the bll mentioned. A verbal state
ment regarding the matter had been
made to him
Mr, Carter said that tho paper lu
question might want to do the work
for less than tho sum quoted. If so,
they should be glcn n chance. Mr,
Kalauokalanl said he would like to
have a little more time to look In'o
the matter'aml so tho debate on th.it
question was brought to an end.
Mr. Crabbc gave notice of his in
tention to Introdure.the following hllU:
1. An Act defining the design of a
Grand Seal for the Territory of Ha
waii. 2. An Act to prohibit the unlawful
wearing of the badgo of the Grard
Army of the Republic.
Mr. Kalnuokalani read tho first time,
by title, the following bill, notice nl
which he had given previously:
An Act to provide for the exemption
of certain pergonal property from at
tachment, execution, distress nnd forc
ed sale of every nature and description
and repealing an act entitled "An Act
to facilitate the recovery of rents,"
passed on tho 10th dny of Janunty,
1SC5. and nil other laws nnd parts of
laws In conflict with this net.
This bill, together with the follow
ing read by Mr. Carter, were referred to
the Printing Commlttf"
An Act to amend Sections 701 nnd
7M of tho Penal Laws relating to mor-
elm inline licenses.
Mr, White rend the following resolu
tion which was adopted:
Do Is resolved by tho Senate of tho
Territory of Hawaii that tho Honorable
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii
bo and ho Is hereby respectfully re
quested to nominate and appoint per
,11ns to fill ofllces wherein he Is nil
thorlzeil to make appointments by nnd
with the ndvtrp and consent of tho
Senate, nt tho earliest possible day,
Do it further resolved that tho sec
retary of tho Senate be nnd he Is here
by InstriictPil to forthwith transmit a
certified copy of this resolution to the
Mr. C. Drown nsked what the Sen
ate Intended to do In case tho Governor
should reply that he would mako tho
appointments when ho got ready.
At 3130 o'clock, the Senate adjourned.
TO CURR A UULU IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablet.
All druggists refund the money it It
falls to cure. E. W, Grove's signature
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornet Merchant and Nuuanu Stm.,
almo HOTEL. ST.. opposite Bethel.
Works 'Phone, 389.
Office 'Phone, 390,
SflVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with it.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a guarantee at a price
you cannot aitoru to De witnout tliem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
9 ' mr $
"If you don't uaut whiskey to get the best of you, you mutt get
the oet of hiikey."
"I do lady, but uhen a fellow's only got a nickel lie can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited t
.all and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTH.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. nir Hotel iccxi
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this cllm.ite.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELEK, loio FORT ST.
The foilowlne bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
bv provlnE property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No, 8204;
uoiumnia, no. our; curejRe, io. 247
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O, Acbi President A Manager
M. R. NkullU... Vica 1'n.slilnnt
J. Makslnai .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. h. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Biplkana.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanjj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has housos In the City
of Honolnlu for rent. 1489-tI
W. C. ACHIFCO.1
Brokers & Dealer 4
ui parts ol me roup
tr WewlU Self
able OommlMlo aii
We will Bay or Cefl Beai Sitaiela
i oi me group.
We wlU Sell Properties on Beaton.
iFFICE. 10 WEST KING STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . . .
Art Bmbroldery Taught.
Vons In A1VT EMIinOIDERT will
be given by Mrs. II. II. Williams at the
City Furniture Store, Fort street.
Vlrst Class stamping dont
MKS. II. H. WILIJAM3.
of tho fitness of things
somewhere Is on each box. 25 cent.
imperial, no. 14500
fats. HjitSajArft-TiV- JU I. -
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