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HONOLULU, It! T., SATURDAY, MRCH SO. 1901.
Hirgeons, Physicians nd Dentists.
H. W. Howard, M. D.
1121 ALAKEA STREET,
The Only Life Insurance
Company which Invests
in Hawaiian Securities
19 to is ai m.s
3 to 4 p. m. and
7 to 8 p. m.
l 720-3 m
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair. ,1.
ofeics, Main, ti.
HOUNS-ii A. M. to i. p.m.!
JTO I P. M.! t TO t P. M.
P. O. Box lot, Sundays i.-e p. m.
DR. W. H. MAYS
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fniDcsB and Japanese Firms.
TO. BOXvUl. TEL WHITE 9I
Utest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
Hotel 8t., Near Fort
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
. A. K. OXAWA. Maneter.
GENERAL (BUSINESS AGENCY.
Janiur OBcot Roob ? atatalre SpcKktli bolt
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LADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Clothlnr Cltintd, Dyei and Rrpalrtd
SUITS MADE TOORDER
vrFit guarantred. Lowtit Prkt.
it Strttt, ntar Kukul, and Dtir Orphcum Tbtater.
rrxlcw: CUantng ona uli Si; Dyclnr suit f .jo.
75 ancf 79 King Street
I TELEPHONE HO, 81.'
HOW Is the time to get leaka ('
breakage eeen to, and ytxu
Roofs Put In Ordet
By competent wortanep;
1HEET METAL WORKS
u u D1DTH
(jjfanlzed Iron Skylights an,d Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Outter Work.
BU.rj StrMl, IK. Queen nl Merchant '-onolulu,
Jobtlof ftontUr attul.l 10.
Tel. White 41. P. O. Bo 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have- In my employ POUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
jam ready to figur.' op your work at the
krwtst prices. My men are Union Men,
Chn,ea,rtaI- C. II. BROWN,
Temtory Stables. K"g St.
iha weekly edition of the .Evening.
.MDitln. gives "a complote summary of
Ike scire of the day.
Life Insurance Company
GEO. A. MOORE, President
GEO. W. SCOTT, Vice-President S. M. MARKS. Secretary.
M. R. HIGGINS, Second Vice-President and Gen'l Superintendent
T. L.-MILLER, Ass't Secretary Wm. O. GOULD, Actuary
W. R. CLUNESS, M. D., Aledical Director
WAKEFIELD BAKER, Baker & Hamilton
W. R. CLUNESS, Physician
HENRY J. CROCKER, Capitalist
D. V. EARL, Forwarding and Commlss'n.
M. R. HIGGINS, Insurance
d v inicMTUd f Manager Anglo-Call-P.
HENRY T. SCOTT, Pr?s Union IronWks.
GEORGE A. MOORE, President ot the Company
O. BOX 7SG
Alclncrny Block, Fort Street
ANOTHER BIG SURPRISE
Special Committee on Senate Bill
52 Reports Bills Read
Second Time and
The Senate was not In a very happy
mood jestcrday afternoon. A threaten
ed storm broke over the heads ot the
members and continued to pour down
throughout the session which ended at
3:30 o'clock. There were no particular-'
ly violent bursts but It waB Just one of
those Btcndy downpours that soak
everything. What will be the final
outcome Is hard to say.
When the Senators came together
after the lunch hour, Mr. Carter made
a verbal renort for the committee on
adulterated foods, stating that the com -
mltteo had had meetings and that
would soon produce a bill bearing on
food adulteration, as a result of theso
Mr. Daldwln presented the following
report of the special committee to
whom was referred Senate bill 52, relat
ing to the employment of qualified vot
ers on the public works ot the Terri
tory: Hon. Nicholas Russel,
President ot the Senate:
Your committee to whom was refer
red Senate hill G2 have had the same.
under careful consideration, nnd beg
Ikiva tr. oiilimlt hi fnllnwlne' rnnort.
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recommending the passage of the bill.
except tho amendment herein suggested
In line 2, of section 1, to Insert after
tho word "Huwnll," the words "except
children of the subjects of tho United
States of America of the ages ranging
from 15 to 21 years."
JOHN T. DROWN
We concur In the above report ex
cept the clause providing for tmprlion-
JAMES CAROLAN, Retired Merchant.
W. H. CROCKER, J Pre5' Crocker-Woolworth
CHAS. N. F05C, Attorney at Law.
JAS IRVINE, Capitalist
HUGH M. LARUE, Capitalist
GEO. W. SCOTT, Scott & Van Arable
WM. R. SHERWOOD, Sherwoodii Sherwood
PHONE MAIN 34
incut, we consider the fine sufllclcnt
J. D. PARIS,
H. P. 11ALDWIN.
The report was adopted. .
At this paint, tlio rules were sus
pended at the rcqucBt of Mr, Ttussel
and the following resolution, which
surprised every Senator In tlio house,
"Whereas, n largo number of Senate
hills have bcenlntroduced and refer
red to committee, and
"Whereas, such committees knvo
had amplo tlmo to report on said bins,
cither favorably or unfavorably, and
that such delay materially retards the
work of ,tho Senate, therefore, bo It
"uesol'ved, That tho clerk prepare
a list of all Senato bills not reported
from committee, showing number and
tltlo of each bill, date ot reference
and to what committee referred, nd
that said list bo posted In a conspicu
ous place In tho Senate chamber for
tho Information ot members and tho
"Be It further Resolved, That all
committees report to the Senate, In
writing and without delay, as to
whether or not clerical assistance or
places for meeting, or either, Is neces
sary to expedite their labors, or iiny
other reasons why such bills havu not
Mr. C. Drown seconded the resolu
tion and Mr. Crabbe seconded It.
Mr, Whlto spoke long on the rcsolu
tlon, stating that It was not at all
proper. It should be laid on the table.
This was put in the form of a motion
and seconded. Tho previous question
, was called to shut off debate and the
result was tho adoption of the resolu
tion by the following vote: Ayes (11),
Messrs. Achl, Daldwln, C. Drown, J.
Carter, Crabbe, Kahlllna,
Kalue, Kanuha, Paris and Russel
1 (4), Messrs. Kalauokalanl, Kaoli'l, Na
lt.kapaahu and White,
This resolution created thought
enough but, when Mr. Russel Intro
duced this one, there was all but con
sternation in camp:
"Whereas, Senato Dill 42, 'An Act to
regulate tho manufacture, transporta
tion and salo of liquors, opium, awa
and other Intoxicants within the Ter
ritory of Hawaii" was Introduced In
the Senate on March 15, nnd In a short
tlmo thereafter, referred to the Stand
ing Committee on Intoxicants, and
"Whereas, said Committee has fail
ed to report thereon: Therefore bo it
"Resolved, That tho Committee on
Intoxicants bo, and It Is hereby direct-
ed nnd requested to return said Sen
-. tun vt- ,0 .U a , ...1.1 t
uit- urn nu. t i iuu ouumu milium
dolny, either with or without roport.
that further 'action may bu taken
"Dated this 29th day of March. 1901.
Reforo any action coi'ld bo taken on
this matter, the secretary of tho Oover
Ai Standard remtdi lor Gleet, """. I
ijl Oononhoea ana Runnlngt uirty 1 1
H IN 48 HOURS. Cure! Kill- inUUI 1 1
nil and Bladder Trouble. V f
rCKZ. DELICIOUS, XUTRITIOCS-
nor arrived with a message which was
read from the chair, as follows: I
I herewith submit for your action tho
Edmund Pearson Dole, Attorney
General, June 14th, 1900.
Theo. F. Lansing, Treasurer. June
Alotau T. Atkinson. Superintendent
of Public Instruction, Juno 14th, 1900.
Jacob Foster Drown,, Commissioner
of Public Lands, Juno 14th, 1900.
Wray Taylor, Commissioner of Ag-
rlculturo an1 Forestry, July 2nd, 1900.
Hcrbort Clark Austin, Auditor, Juno
Henrv Clav Mevers. Denuty Audi-
tor. June lltbi' 1900. ... ...
Arthur M. Drown, High Sheriff, Juno
Walter Eugene Wall, Surveyor, Feb-
ruary 1st. 1901.
On motion of Mr. C. Drown, the mes
sage was made the special order of tho
day for Tuesday.
Mr. Riisad'a second resolution was
again brought up for consideration and
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act to exempt from taxation parents
with Ave or more children living,
took the usual course .
Hou-e hill 17, relating to the practice
and procedure In criminal cases was
read the second tlmo by tltlo and re
ferred to tlio Judiciary Committee.
All this time, Mr, Carter had been do
ing somo hard thinking and tho fol
lowing resolution was the result:
"Whereas, tho estlmntes for tho
coming biennial period were duly sub'
mam tmi 6 co ua v
J) Br.kfutCo.,ia!k. till.
y. k.r'. ChoUU (iiwMt.M4l, 18 Ik. MkM. X
V 0.rauaSwtCfeMdUiMU..liM. V
V roa akf af Lc.otMa eCM. X
Walton Bakof&Oom Ltd.
X Dorcheater, Max.. V. S. A.
mltted as required by tho Organic Act,
"WhoreaB. tho estimates wero given
"Now, therefore, be It Resolved, That
the Judiciary Commltteo bo and here -
Life, Accident and
by Is Instructed to return said esti
mates to tho Senate forthwith for Its
"G. II. CARTER,
"Senator Third District."
There was little opposition to tho
resolution nnd It went through in quirk
Senate bills 50 and 51. relating to the
basis of value of taxation and perto
leuni, respectively, were read second
tlmo by title. The first was referred to
tho Ways and Means Committee and
tho second to the Committee on Agri
culture, Forestry nnd Manufactures.
Under suspension of rules. Mr. Rus
sel gave notice ot his Intention to Intro
duce the following bills:
1. The Public Health Act.
2. An Act providing for tho crea
tion of the oftlco of Transportation
3. An Act providing a system ot
taxation for the Hawaiian Territory.
Senate bill 52 was brought up on sec
ond reading but deferred until Monday
for third reading.
At 3:30 o'clock, the Senate adjourned
until 10 o'clock Saturday.
Much Ado About
Nothing in House
When the House convened yesterday
fi?0" Mrn? '?tr""?d a res
"'-"-. io u u.e w-u-
ger, Janitor, clerks, sergeant-at-arms,
etc. 'Kie salaries were as follows:
cIerk.. ,12 n .,... Bt(,oernnh!r a., a
..... , : . .. 7 . ' .
"' 'nnsr. i. a uay; Berguani-
"i-arnis, , n uayj janitor, ! a uay;
first assistant clerk, S10 a day; second
n,.i.i.. i....i. . i .... ........i.
.,,, n-u 0,.in .i.
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Secretary Cooper's message request-
ing the House Journals, was received
and discussed. A resolution which
was introduced a day or so ago, refus
ing the Secretary's request, was read
After a I'ttle discussion, the resolution
was unanimously adopted.
House hill 55, telatlng to the teach-
Ini, nt Tni7HuTi nn1 ITnu'ntlnn InnmiA
..,.... ... ....... vw.n..v
n the Mh00, 8CI, ,l8 6econ(j r(,ad.
nnd wa$ re ,o Comm,Uee on
House bill 56, relative to employment
nf lTnltoil StfltAe .ttlfona Ir. Iha mililli.
of (ho TerrtorVi ,, for
second reading, 1)111 5G Is a substitute
bill for Houso bills Nos. 21 and 22, em
bodying tho good paints of both nnd
getting rid of tho objectionable fea
tures in the two bills. An abundant
amount of talk pro and con, was
handed out by seveinl members of tho
House, for more than nn hour nnd a
,,. Tll0 cncrBea ot nU 1)e,lg Cx-
Mo-mnn Una,.,-put an end
to the discussion by bringing them
, hack to tho original question.
After moro explosions, the motion
was put to adopt the committee report.
When the vote was called, Ahulll vot
ed aye, and Mossmnn was seen to""tnll
him down qulto freely. The House
broke into open laughter, but It was
too late and Ahulli's vote contributed
to tho majority, while Mossman ripped
out his "no" with even more precision
than ever before. Result, ayes 19; noes
The House then adjourned.
THE FAMILY FRIEND.
No remedy has as good a right to
that tltlo as Klckapoo Indian Oil. It
Is good for Internal and external use;
It is pain's most powerful panacea. No
one can say "I won't" have neuralgia,
rheumatism, earache or any other
acuto pain, but everyone who has a
bottlo ot Klckapoo Indian Oil In the
houso can say with confidence "I
won't" havo neuralgia or any other
pain long. The power ot this oil over
pain Is marvelous.' Toothache, ear
ache, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, dysentery, dtrrahoea, cholera
morbus, colic, cramps, and all acute
pains yield Instantly to It, You are al
ways proof against pain with a bottle
in the house. Hobron tirug Co.,
agents for Klckapoo Indian Remedies
Furnished rooms, single or en suite,
very reasonable terms. Orpheum hotel,
Fort street. "
rcblt'cts,-Contractors and Bnllders
f NTRACTOR AND
mbblng : Promptly : Attended : To
3ao. W. Pat.
P. W. Baa-dalae
P. O. Boa tit
BBARD8LEE b PAGE
'Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex
lonolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
Short Notice. 1441
Or ALL KINDS,
1 - f s
ealera in Lumber and Goal
Quenn Ktreot. Honolulu
ff. F. BBRTBLMAN'S
To resr of old stand. Entrance on King
trait. Order 1 left at either shop, or office,
l John Nott'j ora, King street, will re
t'vs promp atUritloo. 14 Si-tf
381 Beretnnln Street.
.lOURS-to to j
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
Has removed to his new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS 0;:;:J0P;S:
TEL. Main 346
DR. C. A. PETERSON
urt-CDtted his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
0-1 1 A.M.)
2- 4 P.M. f
1R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
9KRETANIA STREET (opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel.) fc
Telephone 610. P. O.'Box, E01.
Offlce hours: 8. to 10 a. m.; 1 to 1
m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sundays, 8 to 11 . m.
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
Crown and Bridge
HOURS 9 TO 4.
3Q4 Boeton Block:
DR. X M, WHITNEY"
has removed his office from the corner
of Hotel and Foit Streets to J he '
BOSTON BLOCK. FORT STREET.
ABOVE MAY St CO., ROOM 405.
HOURS 8:30 to 5. TEL. MAIN 277
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
1123 Alakea Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4
V, C. WALU D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dr. W Gi Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS q to 12-2 to 4HO-? to 8.
A Glad Surprise to Weary Eyes
Is a pair of accurately fitted
GLASSES, The measurement
of the eye for glasses Is our
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD,
Boston Bid. Pert Street
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and BuperinUndlnjr
Electro-Hydraulic Power Tranamlaalon
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . ,
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen etreet.
Offloe next to PouSoe. lxM
A. Harrison Mill Co.
ISTI HATES FUBMSHED ON AIL KINDS OP
Brick and Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sashes am.'
Frames, Blinds. Mouldings, Brackets, and
All Kinds of Wood Work. Finish Turning
KAWAIAHAO ST., KEWALO,
Tel. White 1221. P. O. Box 552.
$06 Judd Blook. Tele. 611.
Honolulu Ironworks Co t
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler worjk
and RIVETED PIPES tor lrrtUo
purposes a specialty. Particular attem-
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notlc j
M. PHILLIPS h 00
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers ,
(oropeu and American Dry loect
go t and Qncon Streets.
IT. HAOKFELD A OO.. LW
IrlilERAL COMMISSION ABEXTI.
lot. Jtoti anj Queen Streets Honolalt"
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