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CVRNINO nULLETIN. HONOLULU H. T WEDNESDAY. MATl. 11. 1901.
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riuiiscnim ion hates.
Ter month, anywhere In U. S. ..$ .75
Tn year 8.00
I'er year, postpaid, foreign 13 00
Fsyablo Invariably In advance.
Post Office llox 718 l
MAHCfl 1.1 1001
Country members aro getting In de-
minds for their constituents at a late
th.it guarantees no one can sav th
dldn t get ant tiling for failure to ask
Taking these Hist requests as a b.ub.l
It would lndliate that Hawaii still lias.
n cliampaglK appetite though Its In-
come lias been reduced to a beer stan
dard The Republican city charter accepted
last night Is worth) a cumpllmentar) schools." said Heckley. "and what les
tote to the committee In charge of th'sons of economy 1 may posess were
draft and partlculnrj) to Attomiy obtained In that! nstltiitlon "
Stewart who hns heen n lending factiv1 Emmeluth's remarks' created nu"
In doing the Initial haul work of pie- a stir among the members A running de
paring the outline as a basis for fur- bate look place on the proper mode of
thcr suggestion. How much thlsmems1 procedure In ncllng upon the icport of
Is known onlv to those who hnve taken . the committee as to whether It be !"-
time from private business for thank
Today should bring a feast nf
news to follow a long famine. If
It conies at nnv time before mid
night the Advertiser maj be trust
ed to glvii the full benefit of It to
the reading public bright mid early
on tho following morning Adver
tiser, What does this mean anothei poster
marked "extra.", on the street forty
five minutes Into?
The local Chinese Consul doc not
raise himself or his nation In the -
teem of Intelligent citizens bj coln
stnnt attempts to discredit or mlxrepu
Bent the Itcfiirniers oi tlieli leadi'i
Though the I!o Wongs may Irive
some renegades In their ranks the ob
ject ther frPk to gain uicso fai nbov, j
the standards of the present Chinese
regime that criticism from nn.v fol
lower of the Ilmpiess Dowager In- ShlinerS
comes ii first class reoommcndatlo.i (
If the reform leaders m.iv be ilas.cd as!
Itoxers. the are In the same boat ns
the ruling puwc r of China and thcli
,1lc, In,., mltnnl.mn la ,1. i, tliov ttmilr
to adopt i Iv Hired methods rather than
turning the,, !., lc Ince for the - c
pulsion of . vlllratl..,, a, mu.d.r o,
Innceut women nnd , hlldren I
BECKLEY STANDS UP AS
PROTECTOR OF INSTITUTION
Refers to Emmeluth's Remaiks Ar
gument All Came Up Over
Mahoe's Report to Reject
Bill 26. ...
The House met promptly nt 0 o'clo. I
today. Kakaula a.ked for the recon-
Bldcratlon of the leport of the Super -
Intcndent of Public Works on tA
whnrf at Ilookena. South Koua. Ha-1
Mahoc moved that the matter be re-1
ferred to the Coniralttco ou Puldlc
UvvaBko pri.ented the following po 'nnd nutogiaphs. Her Majesty Queei
tltlon signed by twenty-six voters of j Uliuokalanl assisted by Misses Agin a
the Itejmbllc of Hawaii: nnd M. Walker: i!ihlclnns' wlv.i's
"We tho undersigned nuallflcd votrra ' booth. Mis. C I! Cooper. Mrs. Tny
residing In the Third IMeclmt of the, lor. Mis Ma.vs. Mrs. Ilajmond. Mr.v
First District of tho Island of Hawaii,; Bowman. Mis. Sinclair, Mis. Boil
Territory of Hawaii, do humbly ask for mann. Mrs Hodglns.
tho Immediate consideration nnd ap-1 The liiau will he superintended br
proval of tho following prnjer. Miss l.uc I'cabody.
"PlrstT To repeal that section of the ! Decoration committee. Mis. A V.
Act to segregate where It has reference Hmk. Mis. A remandc. Uinesl Par
to suspicious cases. I 'e".
"2. To repeal tho vaccination law. Executive lommlttee Miss Agii'S
"3. To provide un Act for the oduca-, Melntj re, Ms- James Campbell Mm
Hon of native Hawaiian youths abroad .1. 1". Bowler. Prince David Kawanana-
"5. To prqyldo nn Act for the grant- kin.
lng of Ucenses to Havvjllans to pra.-l The tables and grounds will bodies
tlco medicine. ' led In hillllnnt colors.
"C. To nrovldo an Act that the Hi- The Masons have purchased 300 tl.k-
wallan lanenage bo taught in all pub.
lie schools." '
The petltlo;i was referred to the com
tnltteo on miscellaneous petitions.
RobcrtBon presented a petition from
tho Inter-Islnnd Steam Navigation Co,
Ltd., settlni; forth that tho petitioner
Una for years beon engaged In the busi
ness of transporting freight nnd pjs
seneers between th ports of these Isl
ands and now asks relief In tho Bum
of $136.25 from the Collector Cicncr.il
of Customs; the Bum being paid to cov
r Sr tho wpenscs of n coasting Hcen-e
jl' ' " for tho steamer Kllohana which wis
i wrcrcked prior to the expiration of tho
license, at Lahalna, Maul, Dec. 12, 1S30.
The petition was referred to tho Ju
, Mahoo presented n report for tho
Miscellaneous P6tltions Cummtlteo on
Ilmisojllll 2fi, as follows:
"WcTbccleavo to report that, after a
carefut't'onsldcratlon of (ho laws now
lntfrcp on dfRertlon and, nftertaie
fully sTudylng those sections to bo re
pealed, your commltteo has seen fit
tttat If theso sections pass one of chap
ter EC of tho Penal Laws and ohaptci
36 of the Session Laws of 1890, then
there will nrluc more disagreement b
tvvecil himliand nnd wlfo because of tho
absence of such n law.
Therefore, your committee recow
mend that the sections now In exist-
ence In refereme toMf-ncrHon. lie left i
as they stand and e beg leave to ic
commend this Ait '2d bo rejected "
Tliero wan lengthy discussion on
the bill, during nhlrh Enimeluth sail
he believed In the passage of such
laws that would hae the tendency to
Improve home life He refrercd to tin,
present sjstem of tho Knmehameha
schools In educating the children to
higher Ideals and believes In the pas
sage of an act or nets that would Im
prove the home life of the average Ha
Later, he snld that more graduated
of Kamehameha school were scoota
police oilliers and bach drivers In.HjJ'
nolulti than In the regular profession.
Tleckley took the floor to rejM)' to
Emnicluth s remarks He snld h"
thought It was his duty to protect the
Intel ests of the pupils of Knmchnmrlia
school from the attacks made upon that
Institution l the member from Oah.i,
Ills comparison of the studies taught
there were extravagant and not basel
"1 was taught In the Knmehninp.it
Jcctcil or adopted. Points of older
were called and foi a few minutes the !
excitement over the linal disposition of
the measure was finite Intense
The chair brought the matter to a
head bv stating that the onlv elites
tlon before the House was the adoption
or rejei tlon of the committee report
Emmeluth asked the chair to he excus
ed from voting
The leport wad adopted by n vote "'f
IS aves to " noes.
At nbotil 11 to, the House look a r
ress until 1 10 p m
FOR SATURDAY EVENT
Will Attend as a lJody
and See the Most Elaborate
Feast of the
T,Ri ,,,. ot , M.llPrI1tv. ,,
u mct mny ml(, 0(m,pI(,c,, ,
rangements Tin. plans are laid- f. I
I the biggest and l-st loan tint linn
been given In Honolulu for two e hi..
It begins ni"et S.itiud.ij at 11' o'clock
noon im v be continued to in
ii biii. in the evening The lawn nnd
lauals of the Maternity Home im Hen
tanla street will be nirajed In fest.v
Sl liiau tables have been planned,
to be under the management of the fol
No. 1. Prince David Knwananakni,
No. 2 Mrs. Irene llrown. No 1. Mm
Charles Booth and Mis. I, Hies; No
1, Mrs M Heckley and Mrs. Capl-iln
Tripp, No J. Mrs Mann Olid Mi
Bush: No fl. Mrs. .lolm Cnllibrn.
The foreign lunch"" table Vtll'bo In
charge of Mrs. J-" W. Macfarlanc and
Mrs S C Allen, coffee table, Mrs W.
I- Bowers and Mis ltlchards. candv
table Misses Ablilo and AIICe.Ca.mp-
bell: Ice creamrf'Mesdiimes Tennef,
Herbert. Nonrfan nnV Car'rtilchacl:
flowei table, Miss May Damon and Mlsa
8. Carter, Ic'mnnnde Miss It. Nolte and
Mrs. Orau: fancy tnble s Ji S.
Cuiilia nnd Mrs Pierre Jones', ilbbons
its for the visiting Shrlners Dancing
will be In order In the evening from K
to 10, ,
Tho Collector of Customs Is Issulni;
copies of the certificates of the steam
ers Issued by the Inspectors of hulls
and boilers when here A bunch ol
them wns ilellvired at .Hie ofllco of tl.e
Inter-Island Company 'this mornlm:
and will be put In a conspicuous phco
on the'ifsiiectlvo steamers. From thdn
certlflc.ues. It appears that the vess"U
havo to have a spcel.il permit for the
carriage of refined petroleum. Tho
Makec, Kcatihou, Noeau and Hall hnvo
these permits, The passengers allowed
to be carried by thet different Inter
Island Co.'s steamers are Mlkahala, M
passengers, 32 In cabin nnd 03 on deck;
Hall, 117 passengers, 30 In cabin and
81 on deck; Nllhau, 37 passengers, -I
In cabin and 33 on deck; Keauhou, 2S
passengers; 4 In cabin and 21 on deck.
THREE MILE FOOT RACEteS&S&rJSSSS
A novel race for Honolulu Is bi'inrs '
arranged 1y the member of th. Mali
"" Athletic Chili to be pulled oil
Snturdnj April Oi. It Is tee be a foi
rnce over a three-mile course from the
Moann hole! to tho Opern ltiie The
event Is iittrnctlngjUl the athletes fa
mous for their .ifrengtli of limb an!
length of vvlndifP?-
The membersl'of the eliib are figur
ing on a numbet,of these long dis
tance races. Training for the evert
will begin jomorniw evcnlute.
. SONOMA HINDU MUfj HANK.
In docking the Sonoma'' yesterday1
Pilot Saunders had qulto a tussle wtlh
tho mud .bank off the Oceanic clod..
The big 'vessel was living light for
ward, being but 13 fet diep. Aft. hir
draught was 21 feet She got over the
mud with the nsslstance of the 1'ct
less n having last night, thcrn wis
no tedious wait to swing the big vs
set around as she had been docked bow
' """ wnen ner lines were ict go. En
'" right out. A big crowd was
nt tho wharf lo see her awav and aim
took the largest lot of passengers leav
lug here on one steamer for many
$10 -c RUPTURE CURED
'',,, rfl- (. " mm-ww mMU.MrWl
, iiiiuwi"iwiB ' ti hi 1
m iin tr )nii tn iik-h uir inn
Utall tttf (.ffrtlt-M li
VftfHHHf tilt l.1 II r
ilT n t'liifMtl tc II rriip-
.- llllf-! ' 1' MMMPI""IM
y orl itniuioriiii n tiihsr
Ml H 1 ItWCIIVIIK'
MAGNETIC TIUSl " u;" "k" 1lw &i MANCIKa
Silva & VivaS
and Financial Agents
500 Lots in the Knpiol.ini, kaiu
l.tni, M.igopii, kaimuki, c
Cully, Kap.ihulu, K.ipioljni
Pnrk Addition nnd Puumr
Lands in I his City, Suburbs, nnd
lsl.mil, in M.uii and Hntv.tii,
improved ,ind unimprosed
INVESIOUS AND HOME Hhl-.k-ers
will do well t M'e us bc-forL-
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. II.
si'LCIALIA KJIM.ATTLI, MAPTdWN.
SILVA &. VIVAS,
1775-tf POnT OI I ICl I ANb
fit Waikiki Beach.
Raft For Diving
In good c.iikil-s with
A CUISINE WELL
AN IDEAL RESTING
rA-i r rl rfa iw rAr4 rin,
JJW jp 'Jv. Vp JJ v WJW
Smow Flake S.ilmon
" i Succotash
Van Camp's Pork and Beans
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Staves
HBvinK closed out bur old $tock of the old
patterns, we are now offering the latest
Improved Patterns. Call nnd ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In lloiif-uliolil nnd Kitchen Utensils
lluwe nre NliW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY nnd Pit ICE will nlei.se volt.
Jy Refrigerators and Ice Chests
NfcW HNVUIltlb IU HA1NU.
n n Of filnccnitw
VI tllUJJTTUIV. a . o
A Urne stock will arrive on the "W. G.
IRWIN" now due.
and a large assortment of useful HOUSE
HOLD UTbNSILS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Household Department.
WL HAVE ON I-XHIUITIOS AT OUR
.Merc hunt .St., but. Port unci Aldkufi.
Wc invite yo.i to inspect our Up-to-date Vehicles and get our
prlit- if vou contemplate buying.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out tore'' the puM'w
but Minplv to rim a lhinj In
a leg tlmatc way. Mv motto
Is "HOM r WOlck AT HON
tST Pl'ICI s."
! Have Moved
mi plumbing bulnc to the
COI-M U OI BtKLTAMA AS'D
I WtA STS. Telephone, While
357' .w litre I lnvelnstokthe
follovviiiK goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nkklc p'ated trimmings t J
alj woo J, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, Jel stv, le.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavafotlc, enameled Iron,
and m,rble with nlcltle plated
Wash Tiays, enameled Iron
with "wood cover.
Slop SInk, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pirc, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ter?, Cornice, Stone Pipe, I In
lobbing Promrtly attended to.
Wor'v and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade s Solicited.
Jas. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber,
The Life of Queen
iioi riza liV
John Coulter and J. A. Cooper
. o? London nnd Cniuidii.
ROOM ii, MAGOON BI.D.,
For a t; rm of years, a piece of land front
hiK on South st'eet, and running throuRh
to Chamberlain street, the frontage on
each of said streets being 140 feet, and
having a depth of 140 feet.
".Tfjls property Is suitable for the erection
of warehouses and stores. For terms, ap
KAPIOLANI B8TATB, Ltd.
VaMnUdm iiiim l MMBUfl
D(D, JfOU, EVER OET A BETTER
' kHO AMI KETKIL STMtTS
nuMflinniwmii..iM .' iimn g,
JUST THINK !
Beats any proposition ever offered to
th'e puhllclberore In Jinn lulu. You
can buy an artistic modern sl room
house, first-class plumbing with en
ameled fixtures for J jooo.oo, right In
the heart of the city. Electric and
horse cars within one block.
$40 OU per month.
If this does'nt teat paying rent, w hat
See plans and learn particulars from
Clias. E. Moore & Co.,
" Room 8. Maroon Block,
17A)-jm Merchant and AlakeaSts.
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Fall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 15 Kaahumanu St,
SUDD'S, Brokers and Jobber.
H. P. BALDWIN Pfeslast
J. B. CASTLE tst VIce-Pres deM
V. M. ALEXANDER...-ind Vlce-Presldtv
J. P. COOKL Treasur
W. O. SAtlTII Secretary and Audlti
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Cemmerclal & Sugar C
Olaa Sugar Co. '
Haiku SiiRar Co
Pah Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Cointnn
klhei Plintatton Cc
Kaliulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. Ct
,V.G. Irwin &G
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot
Baldwin Locomothre xWorki, i
Philadelphia, Pcnn., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal, Mill Co, (NaUot
Cano Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertl
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade F.
tlllzcrs for Cnne and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFUR FOR SALE
ParaOlno Paint Co.'s P. & II. Pt
and Papers; I.ucol and Llo
Oilt, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint),
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, L1
till Wtlilcii AzrlculTril Co., L I,
Tb KohU Sugir Co
Tb Wlm Sujri I llll Co.
Tbi Fulton Iron Wotki, SI. loalt, No,
Tho Goo. f. Bioko Slum Poopi.
Tho New ErKtanlLirolaturoiicoCo.oi t
Tho ln Flio Int. Co. of Htrtlorl, 0
Tho Alllinco Anuronco Co o( LooAow
Cll-OJ-D and KIKB
AOENTti FOR .
Sev; England Mutual Lifb In
SURANCE CO. 0P BObrON.
tna Fire Insurance Compak'
" of hartford.
tim, G. Irwin & l
Wm, O. Irwin.. President and'Mnac
Claus Spreckels Vlco Preside?
W. M. Glttard ..Second Vice Preside
H. M. .Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and H
Geo. J. 'Ross Audit
, ioiHTa or tna
'0KANI0 STEAMSHIP C0KPA
' OV HAT FTtANtTHno m
Queen otrtH, Honolulu H.I
Htwollen Arrlculturtl CoU?eny, Anoekoi lot
Comf-cnv, Oolctla Su(ar Plent, Co., Onot ft,
Co , Honomu Silver Co , Wtlluku bueoi Co., JU'
Sutoi Co , lUietlcalo Rorxn Co., MoloVel R.ae
Pl-nter'o Lino Son Ff ).co Pacini hoa It v
k Co.'a Line of Bonn Packet.
LIST OK OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, Prosldonti Oeorr
IlobertHOii, Manai-er; E. F. Budo,
Troanurer a,id Kocrotary j Col. W "
Allen, Audit ir; Y. C. Jonon, It. Wm.
iiouso. OooIt. fUrtur. Dlrwcioro
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach n. Bio
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Bubscrltiers are turnlshcd with froit,
tire tp tx lists per week, giving an -curato
rqcord-t deeds, mortgagee
leases, reloaafl', powers of attorn'
etc., etc., which aro placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION P;iICE, 12.00 P
A. V. GBAR,
I11M nullilinu. Hnnnlul
F. W. Thrum,
f lJJJil.4.J ofc.p. , r i
1200 lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex
tends from King street to. the
Beach. A' road 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the property adjoin
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School: said road will ex
tend to the sea.
Crossroads will beopened
between blocks. Eveiy lot
will have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten
feet high above sea level.
No swamps around the
premises. No freshet will
enter the property.
There is an offer to buy a
part of the property by a
great manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
that the prices of lots will in
crease in a short fcirne. The
owner of the property will
give all. chances to purchas
ers to, make, money on their
The ground is superior to
any tract fn the market.
The premises are situated
within one mile ;lnd a half of
The Government watei
pipes are laid along the upper
portion of the property.
The prices are the cheap
est of any 'tract within two
miles from the center of the
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker
during the last twenty years
For terms or more paiticu
S. M. Kanakanui
Surveyor and Manager of
Kapiolani Tract Co.
W. C. Achi S Co.
Rea EsuU fJealers and
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