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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1901.
Good News for Women Kind
The Millinery Season for the Spring of irjor bids fair
tobe more than ordinarily successful. The new styles
are particularly attractive Ideas, the exquisite crea
tions of fancy chiffons and trimmings In every color
imaginable are strong among our varied Importations.
Our Millinery Department is prepared to give you a
thorough idea of the best there is, and you are Invited
to inspect the new stock. We have made some very
fine purchases that will show you the very latest in
Something new, something different and out of the
ordinary, exclusive, such is the desire for Laces and
Trimmings. It is well met,, it is best met here.
There Is the greatest profusion of artistic beauty,
there is wonderful variety. And the smnllest of details
are counted of utmost importance in this gathering.
REAL LACE, VAL LACE A handsome assortment
of strlUing.effects. All of them washable.
MECHLIN LACE An entirely new selection of very
pretty designs in compjete matched sets.
APPLIQUE AND BORDEAUX LACE An espec
ially desirable line.
Come and See Our Easter Novelties.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
TROUBLE IN THE HOUSE
MOSSMAN AND MONSARRAT
HAVE A FEW HOT WORDS
The Call Box Question Creates a Row
Robertson Hands Out Hot
Articles to Home Rulers
Regarding Fire Claims.
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It item i ilmott IncrtJit-lt that
ny lamp couti be good enough 10
tJk trie place of electricity on evn
terms, yet tuch It the ow th the
AhaiBMup. All over the Ulinii
teople ire thawing aiy their o J
lamp an J replacing then with thli
lamp, nit m-rety t-ecajie It coU
about one-tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pe
pie) but, beIJ b.lnu Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant ani
moie reliable In the bargain It Is a
revelation to eerv one Mho uses It.
arJ simply demonstrates that the
esfeatlly as gas. anJIsthe lies
light (rem every standpoint We
carry these lamps from $i-8oup.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Slerllna Lubrlcallnr Oils. ("Lrloboj. Alun Cemmt. PorlUaJ OmanC Clinl PcwJtr
, Dicks Balata Belting. Rocha Harbor Lima O Ntw Hont bewinjc Michlnct an4 Pan-Anwlcan Haa4
feat',1 CTLJ HI i i
The Angle Lamp
(ALS0 CAjmVA GOOD S10CK OF llANGIWi...
Tl.a,l ant? ItJ ... --- TI --....-- .-- U- CJJI. fl t daiL.. .. D.- I") . d
4 Ucalcim in niicwirct umtwiir, iiMicr)', ninioi) -iai niu i,fliiiir nu);!, uiati dj
steads, Trunks, Vallsts, Mattings, bates. Linoleums Powder and Caps, General Hardware and Plantation
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
ASZ.'-f . ..
Is recommended to build up.t
ie convalescent: strenlhcnt lie
JeR .V '.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
When the House rorncned Thursday
afternoon the call box system was
debated, and Mnkakau began where ho
left off when the House adjourned.
After Makcknu finished, Mossmnn
took tip the opposite side of the ques
tion. He stated that he had been
present when the High Sheriff had kIv
cn his report, and he had been unable
to give nn Itemized expense for moro
than (10,000 of the appropriation. The
rest, Mossmnn stated, hn hnd desired,
so that he might help nut his various
friends. Mossman staled also that tho
agent of the call box system was n
friend of High SherllT Drown.
Monsnrrat now opened up on Moss
man, but Mossman only smiled, and
Monsnrrat went on punching IioIp3 In
his opponent's arguments.
After a little more discussion the ma
jority report enmc up for ballot. Tho
result wns. ayes IS, noes 13,
A rumpus was rnlsed over tho Speak
er voting on the question. AKina
claimed that he had a vote ns Repre
sentative A'klnn. and ns Representative
Aklnn he proceeded to vote. He final
ly withdrew his vote.
Kmmeluth reported for the Judiciary
Committee on House bill 1. relathc to
tho fire claims. He found that the bill
was not sufficient to rarry out the
needs of tho people and advised that It
be laid on the table. Carried.
Tho samo committee reported on
House bill 28, relative to the making of
n Territorial ling, advising that tho
bill bo tabled as no precedent was had
for the using of such a Mag. Adopted.
Kmmeluth handed In a majority re
port for tho samo committee, relative
to tho Governor's request that n revi
sion be mado of the Hawaiian laws.
The majority refused the request.
The majority report for the Commit-
tco on Finance on House bill 48, pen
sioning cx-Quccn Lllluokalanl, thought
It best that tho sum of Jl 50,000 be given
The Judiciary Commlttco reported on
House bill 57, relating to the absence
In Circuit Judges, advising that tho
bill be passed. Adopted.
Robertson filed n minority report
relative to the payment of tho claims,
Hon. J. A. Aklna, Speaker of tho Houso
Sir: Tho undersigned, a minority
oij-intilomj lamp wai a baibar- of your committee, begs lenvo to re-
oir. is iicmtj aru rxnniruiineg u.,..oo.w.. .. ...... ....-.., ...
cerntng claims lor injury xo property
In connection with tho suppression of
iho bubonic ninciio lnBt year.
This 1)111 was referred to tno juui-
clary Commuico on tho Cth dny of
Recognizing tho Imnortanco of mak
ing n beginning In tho matter of tho
Investigation of tneso claims, 1 havn
reneatcdlv tried to get a report or
tho commlttoo upon It rendered to tho
At first tho commlttco seemed to bo
unanimously In favor of tho main fea
tures of tho bill and only a few unim
portant nmcndrrjpptB wero suggested
which wero acceptably to tho Intro
ducer of tho bill.
Rrforo a report wns prepared, how
ever, tho chairman announced that
tho Homo Rulo I'arty was opposed to
tho bill and that aisuhstltuto bill would
bo reported to tho Houso by tho major
ity of tho committee. This substitute
bill has failed to materialize.
Tho objection now rnlsed tO'th6 bill
by tho majority of tho coifiraltteo Is
that although tno bill provides for the
investigation of claims no provision Is
mado for their payment.
Wion tho bill was Introduced (ns
indeed it is at present) It was not
known whnt funds would bo nvnllnblo
for tho payment of claims, and, ns tho
amount of tho claims wns unknown
and uncertain, careful consideration
wns necossary to determine bylwhat
prnctlcnblo inenns funds could bo pro
vided. Tho object of tho bill, therefore,
wns to provldo for tho Immedlato In
vcstlgntlon of tho clnlms, leaving tho
provision for their payment for fur
ther consideration end subsequent no
tion. Tho provision for payment would
not necessnrlly require a bill. If funds
saoiild bo available a section in tho
appropriation bill would accomplish
t therefore, recommend that tho bill
A. O. M. HOUERTSON.
He stated that the bill was made for
the purpose of finding out how much
wns needed, nnd ndvlsod that tho bill
He also filed a minority report con
cerning the revision of Hawaiian laws,
ndvlslng that (he (lovernor's request
be acceded to. He stated that the
committee had held no meeting on the
matter for the last three weeks, and
that he knew nothing of tho matter un
til he saw tho majority report. Tho
report was Indefinitely postponed.
Dickey reported that tho minority of
tho Finance Committee failed to agree
with the majority report, concerning
the cx-Qucen's pension. Ho stntcd
that the minority were In favor of -a
yearly pension not to exceed tho sal-
nlry of the highest Territorial officials.
Makckati reported for tho special
committee on the County bill. They
found that the bill related to threo
things, tho dividing of the Territory
Into counties and government of samo
formation of school districts nnd for
mation of city government, etc. Ho
suggested that the bill be divided so
that each part would cover tho matters
An attempt was made to railroad
through tho majority report before
Mossman could bring In his minority
report, but It was finally tabled.
Monsnrrat gave notice of his Inten
tion to Introduce a bill amending sec
tions 135, 438 and 439 of the laws regu
lating tho manufnetuic of spirituous
A message from the Superintendent
of Public WoVKs wns received relative
to tho I'all road contract. Ho stated
that J33.3S7 had been the total expen
dlturo on the road. No convict labor
was employed on the road, A sum of
$73,000 had been appropriated for tho
The House then ndjourned.
HAWAIIA1N TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant nnd Nuuunu St.,
iilwo HOTEL. aST., oppowlto Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390.
Works '.Phone, 389,
SaVe 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 g inrnntee at a price well,
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Grass Linens in All Colors.
Snml'il Wocl Roxe.
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights,
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
GOO XSIXXX IHO Nuuanu St.
Reception is Given
To Principal Dyke
A brilliant reception was given Inst
evening to Mr. and Mr?. Dyko nt Ka
nichameha school. Tho frleuda of tho
instltutlu'i prc present n largo Mini-
bcra nnd lie new pilicipal extended
his acquilntuncp and made many ucw
The nsscmhly room of Illshop Hall
was cleared of desks and heniitlfully
decorated with palms and (lowers. Tho
roadway was lined on cither side by
Mr. and Mm. Dyke wero nsslstcd In
receiving by Mr. and Mrs. V. !'. Allen,
Mr. nnd Mrs. U. Thompson, Miss 1'opc
and Miss Knapp. There wero moro
than n hundred guests present, besides
the boys nnd girls ot the school. Dur
ing the progress of the reception, the
students Rang choruson nnd Instriimen
tnl pieces were played by the mandolin
Thnsu present were- Mr. and Mrs.
. K. Allen. .Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith,
Messrs. J. O. Carter and S. M. Damon,
also of the Hoard of Trustees, together
with Mrs. nnd Miss Carter, Mrs. and
Miss Damon, Mrs. Cordelia D.imoi.
Fred 1). Damon, Mrs. Maxson Smllh,
Senntors W. C. Aclil and David Ka-
nuba; Representatives Fred Heckley. J.
W, Kelkl, Jonah Kumalae. John 1C,
Kckaula and J. W. Kelllkon; Prof. In
galls of Oaliu College; Miss I'auldlng
and Miss Myrlck If Kawnlahao Semi
nary; Itev. and Mrs. K 8. Tlmotca,
ttcv nnd Mrs. O. II. Clullek. Hev. O. I
Pearson. Itev. and .Mrs. V. K. AzUlll,
Itev. A. K. Cory, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wnterhouse. V. Novlns Armstrong
Mr. and Mrs. Tnggart. Prof, and Mrs.
Edgar Wood, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Nakulnn,
Mrs. V. A, Wall, Dr. A. K. Wall, V. O.
Wall. Dr. Alvarez. Dr. Jloffmnnn, Miss
Lawrence of tho Kindergartens. School
Inspector T. II, Ollisoi Prof, nnd Mr
H. S. Townsend. Mr, n'ud Mrs. nllm!re.
Dr. C. 14. Onrvln, Miss Templetnn. Miss
Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. rico. Desha. W.
M. Tcmpleton. W. F. Storey and W. V
Alnkcii Street Storm Hewer.
Tho storm sewer on Alaken street
wns put tq tho test nil dny Wednesday
by tho heavy flow of water from the
nrteslnn well on the Alexander Young
lot. Tho flow amount! to moro than
4,000,000 Bullous, but this did not tax
. tho capacity of the big water hole.
"If you don't uaut ubiskcy lo get the best of you, you must' get
the beat of whiskey ."
" I do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
to March SI
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM &30
A. M. TO 1 1 P. At. bUROPI-AN PLAN.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
majority of tho committee. In Tho flood of water was so great that
n THE EVENING BULLETIN
JQ TUB OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KLONDVKE FOR ADVCBTISEBS JtjtjUJtJtjUJI
fnrt tho whole Houso. know and under
stood these mnttors. Tho Committee
on Flnnnco, by resolution passed somo
months ago, was Instructed to dovlso
wnvn nnd means for paying tlieso
n . 0,1, iciniius upon iuijuuicuuuii, win u' imi
Pongee Ollkn tnat tj,o ommltteo has failed to re
port on tho matter shows that It is
still unccitttln how thn claims nro to
lio paid or whero tho money Is coming
from with which to pay them.
Thus tho introducer of tho bill has
been vindicated In his contention that
tho work of Investigating the claims
should not bo delayed by tho consid
eration of tho ways nnd means to pay
Tho Republican Party fnvors tho
Immedlntu Investigation of tho clnlms
with a view to paying them without
unnecessary delay. 1)111 No. 4 Is de
signed to mako n beginning on this
progrnm. Tho unfortunato claimants
nro still waiting for us to taka soma 1
action for thoir relief.
It gouged out a big hole In tho street
which mndo It necessary to shut ort tho
water Inst evening. As soon ns the
man holes hnvo been completed, tho
crossing at Fort nnd Alakea will bo
raised and graded nnow. This will ro
movo 11 depression which has been a
constant nulsanco In wet weather for
I'AIN-KILLKH. so Justly colobrated
wns Introduced to tho public nbout six
ty years ligo, nnd now enjoys a popu
lnrllv iintnunllpd bv any other moll
cine. For tho cure of dysentery, cholera
morbus, rheumatism, coughs nnd coins,
scalds, burns, etc., It is without an
count. Sold by all durgglsts, Avoid
substitutes, there Is but one Pnln-Klll
er, Perry Dnvls'. Price 25c. and 50c.
Drop In to tho St. Ocrmaln.
a New Lot of 7 . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
G. A. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CUSS WORK GlMRANTEbL
Uiilon St. nar Hotel txj
W. O. Aoht Preaulsnt A Manager
M. K. Nakulnv.. Vloa President
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson BocteUry
Geo. L. Desha Audltoi
BOARD OF DIRK.CT0R8:
J. W. Blplkane.
The above Company will bay. lease.
or sell UnJj In all parts of tbe Hawaiian
Islands; and also ha houses In tbe City
of Houolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Deiler
XW Wt will liny, or ) uilo
til puts ottbtftToafa
XW We will Bell Properties on Beaton
ille Commissions i
OFFICE. 10 WESTKlNh STREEt
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station anil owners can have them
bv proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8204;
Columbia. No. 61 IS; Eldredge, No. 247)0;
Imperial, No. 14506
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . .
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Saloon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1702-tf 1; Kaahumanu St.
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