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EVENING IIULLETIN, llONOLULU.Jt. T.. SATURDAY, APRIL. 27, 1901.
WHITNEY Sa MARSH, LTD.
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COMMENCING ON MONDAY MORNING,
APRIL :29th, and lasting for two weeks,.we shall hold
a most- Extraordinary Sale: of Trunks and Bags.
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THE 'WHY' OF IT.
This is how it happens Our New York buyer not being cognizant
ol our limited space, when he saw a chance to buy for us a carload of
trunks at a most enticing price, bought them and shipped them to us.
Our buyer's miitake is your gain; for we cannot keep the trunks and
bags in our store haven't the room so we are goirg to let you have a
chance at them at wholesale prices. What you don't buy we have
made arrangements to turn over to a jobber, who will store them and
who will not sell them at retail ; so It is probable that after this sale Is
over you will not have another chance to buy trunks and bags at such
figures for many a long day to come.
Candidly it is such an opportunity as comes only once in a great
many years, and we hope you will not miss it.
ONLY A PART OF THE LOT
We have taken the twelve numbers pictured in the accompanying
cut and set forth the prices of them with a little description of each.
These are by no means all the lines we have only a suggestion in fact
but you can judge from them something about the many others. He
member these prices include free delivery to your home, if you live in
Honolulu ; and to your steamer landing if your home is on one of the
HOW THEY WILL BE SOLD.
ON FRIDAY, APRIL 26th, there was rct a trunk or bag In our
store,. ON 'TUESpAY, MAY 14th. there will not be it trunk or bag
in our store ; for as we said before, what you don't buy we shall have
When you come into our store during this sale, you will find a line
of samples of all the trunks and bgs ccmprljed In the carload." Every
sample Is marked in plain figures inches and price. You select what
you want and we will deliver a duplicate of it from the warehouse, free
at your door. If you live on the other Islands, we will prepay all freight
charges to your nearest landing.
A COMPARISON THAT IS NOT
" If you wfll compare the sale prices with the-prlces of similar articles
.. at even such bargain stores as tlte Emporium and Golden Rule Bazaar,
of San Francisco, Cat , you will find that you are going to be able to
buy trunks novv and here at from one-half to three-fourths of what.you
would pay there.
SOMETHING TO PONDER OVER
We earnestly tru t that the tict that you are not going to take a
trip soon, or that'you have not the. ready cash, will not prevent you
' 'from t.aking advantage of this sale. Remember that when you do wish
to take a trip you may have to pay from two to Hiree times as much
for these traveling necessities as the price which they are now marked.
If you have not the ready money now and you are known to us, or can
furnish satisfactory references, we will extend to you a liberal credit.
WHITNEY & HARSH, LTD.
IS ASSURED BY
The Latest Improved
Experienced and Com
We employ the most improved methods and are fully
EVERY SORT OF LAUNDRY WORK
DOMESTIC OR GLOSS FINISH
FOR SHir.TS, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Special Attention paid to
6111(6, Flannels, Etc. Etc.
SANITARY STEAM LUJNDRY
Tel." Main 73. Laundry, KhwhIhIioo St.
Up Town Office in the OLD ELITR PNCMISrS. HoH St.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that lias Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
,FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 370.
Central Atarket, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
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When the House convened for the af-
(or the renins session. Emmeluth
moved that House hill "a. fixing a new
taxation sjstem, was brought before
I Dickey mucd to tahlo the bill, as It
was too utility to he considered at this
Beckley spoke at some length on the
teruooii session the l'ubllc Lands Com-! unfairness of the- present system, end
mlttcu reported on claims advanced by InK by moving that the bill bo read by
Maul sugar planters for damage taused title for tho second reading.
their fields by the government shutting
oil tho water whllo engaged In building
a road near by.. Tho committee advis
ed tho clalniB be granted,
i Tha same committee reported on
House bill SI, Infranchlslng the Stan
dard Telephone Company, advising that
tho hill pasB, slightly amended. Tha
Itohcrtson moved t) read the hill
section by section. Ho withdrew his
motion, however, saying that the bill
dealt with county taxation, a thing that
would never be Eigne! this session.
Hmmcluth stated that ho did not
know Robertson hnd n prlvato wire to
the Executive. Robertson stnted that
IitlMIihed 1710. 0
), For eating;, drinking, and cooking.
rcEi, Diuciocs, xtmuTtocs-
present sjstem. was entlicly Inadequate, he was not the Governor's runner but
and the committee found thnt a new 'that any man who would sign the
telephone, company would be of great County bill, would first have to be III-
Bervice ta the country. Tho committer , sane.
report was then adopted..
Tho Joint resolution of Wm. Whltn
for a committee to go to San Francisco
to meet President McKlnley, was
brought up for consideration. Thero
neie smiles throughout tho House and
This made Kmmeluth very warm and
remarks went back and forth In quick
The bill was finally read section by
section. Tho bill provides for the fol
lowing taxes:, On esta'cs going to ill-
MUCH turn t, CO UB.
Hoogs asked: "Is, this reality or lb It I rect heirs, 10 per cent; on estate going
a Joko?" Chorus answered: "Heallty,1
and Hoogs continued!
"Then I hereby glvo notlco that I
will introduce a bltl appropriating
$100,009 for tho expenses of the com
to collateral heirs, 20 per cent tax: on
estates going to strangers, 25 per rent
tux; op each manufacturing establish
ment per cent gross Acelpts; ri mer
cantlln houses, 25 per cent of gross re
ceipts; on banks. loan companies, etc,
Brukbt CttU. t 3 lb. III..
Bafcr' CbocUt (aswvUnl, 141 1W MkM,
O-raun S Mt CtucoUU. I 4 lb. cb.
,oa tAii ti umn4 ueciii,
Walton Bakor & Oo, ltd.
IXrcactter, Km, B". S. A.
Kumalae wanted ten Hepresentatlves I per cent of paid up cubital; on lni.ur-
Instead of flo to go, but his motion unce companies, 2 per cent of grnsn
was lost. Kanlho suggested that only i premiums; on common curriers, 4 po:
Hawallans go as that would show the ' cent of grocs receipts; on water works,
President his law about using Hngllsh telephone, electric light, etc.. 4 per
was all "off." Hoogs wanted every one (cent of gross receipts; on rents amount,
to go. Shortly afterwards Hoogs stat. Ing to over $300 2 per rent; on Interest
rd that, when ho made his motion np- amounting to over $300. 2 per cent
proprlntlng $100,000 for tho expenses Very little amending was done, the
of tho commission ho thought there representatives rushing the bill right
was $2,500,000 In thu treasury but. along.
since then, ho had learned that thero When section 31 was reached, th
was only forty-five cents In tho treaS'
tiry. Ho would therefo-o wlthdiaw hU
motion, Hoogs then offered one of his
Tho original lesolutlnn was defeated.
A)es S, noes 16. Ayo.i Illhlo, Kelkl,
Kelllkoa, Kumulae, Makckau, Moss
man, Paolo and Piiulit.
House bill 10, relating to tha Judges
of tha Circuit Court, passed seioud
Hnusq bill CO, relating to a renrgan
Bills Are Rushed
Through in Senate
evening session of tho Senate. It was
Miry tool and pleasant instead of warm
und oppressive as on the provlu'is
evening and the Scnas.org felt the
change. Tho rules wero suspended
nnd clgais wcio brought forth and th'in
tho Senatois by giving a little hnd tak
ing a little, finished In two boors' time
what would tako a whole week (lurl.ii;
the heglnnlng-V-tho middle or this sliU
of the middle of the session.
Senate bltl 05. relating to transpor
tation comriJUaloner. parsed third lend
lng by the narrow margin of 8 to ii
and Senate bill SI went through with
out trouble. Mr. Achl's Kona, Kan and
Kohala railway bill and Jacoo Coer
per's Kona and Kau roilwny bill, bjth
passed third reading unanimously.
Under suspension of rules, ,..lr.
Crabbe Introduced the following resolu
tion which was laid on tlio table.
Ilesolved. that all bills now In tho
bauds of different committees be re
turned to the Senate forthwith. r
Several Senate bills were announeeJ
in second reading but these wcm nil
laid aside on account of tho lack rd
time to the end of the cession.
Senate bills 8, 11 nnd 18, relating to
the Jurisdiction of District Magistrates
assault and battery on police olllcer
nn.i etinttel mortcace. nasspd thtid
reading the first two unanlmnimly.1
In the case of the third, Mr. Kalauoka
ianl voted no.
Senate bill 58 was killed and SenatH
bill 100. relating to Inlf rnal tnxes. wns
taken up nnd passed In third resiling
by a ote of XI to 1. Mr. nussel voting
against the .measure. j i
' Several iiioie bills were deforre I i'l
second reading and tho Senate adjouiu
ed. Hev. Thomas O. McLoughlln of yew
Voik will deliver two lectuies at the
loninn Catholic Cathedral, nno tomor
row evening at T o'clock, nnd the other
h weifk trciu tomorrow at tho Bamn
At the meeting of tho Ilcarch
Club at Y. M. C. A. hull last night an
Interesting paper was read Upon Ha
waiian matters In Congiess by Delegato
Itobcrt W. Wilcox. Mr. Wilcox was
Introduced by C. Iv Rhodes, who pre
sided. In his address Mr. Wilcox asserted
that Hawaii should cultivato the West
ern American spirit; rbould cast off
worn out and obsolete governmental
methods; should encourage the Immi
gration of Western farmers and should
adapt Itself to tho new' order, of things.
He said the American people are too
great and generous to expect the Hawa
llans to abandon their manners, cus
toms or religion. They want to accept
nothing but tho American form of gov
Mr. Wilcox spoke on the questions of
cable, harbor Improvements, public
buildings and other Hawaiian needs.
Tho address of Mr. Wilcox was fol
lowed by a speech by E. M, Doyd. Mr.
lloyd'a talk embraced hlr observations
In Washington and Congress. The
Joys and sorrows of Congressmen wero
depicted nnd tho difficult science of
getting bills through both houses-was
The audlenco was the largest that
has attended a meeting of the Research
Club for some time.
Prof, W. Boglo removes corns with
otu pain nnd successfully treats In
growing too nails. Room 3. Kllte Rl'k.
At tho opening of tho nftcinoon lis
slon of tho Senate yesterday. llouso Mil
(ration of tho Hoard of Health, passed 22, n-lutlng to taxes, pused third load-
thlid rending, Ayes 20; noes B.Nots, lng by a unanimous vol t.
-nickey. RobertBon, WIUox, Illhlo f" 'Houtn bill 93, relating to fire cluImB
nnd Hoogs. w'us reconsidered, the Interest eetlou
llnum bill 101, rcla.lug to tho np-'tut out md tho bill passed as ,U'.n mled
priliitint'iit of thn Inspector of Weights by n votu of 13 la 1, Dr. Russi 1 votlnj;
onil Mensural, came up fur third road- no.
lng. The Mil passed uiiuilnmuslv. fr'nnto bill 81. providing n fr.uu him
Iloiieit bill fcO, pioto'tlug the dcaleis foi an nlcctrlc i.illuiiy lit lllli, p.msid
In soli water, etc, fiom having their third leadinii by n Mile of II in i. Mi.
bottles lined by oilier companies, tamo K.iuut.u mid Or. Rlisse volliw agaliisl.
up for Ihlid i ea ill n it. Dr. lliMbi'l ntti nipiiMl four m'paialo
CoiiKlilornblo discussion wns brouglit iiiiiiuiiliniiitH hut failed In each.
ri Hi by ii motion In luljiiiiiu, Make-1 rleiuiln hill I), providing for lujn,
l,,iu uliiluil Unit In un evening session, was tuknii up In ililnl leailliig Mid
minor hills wmu (iiisldcuil Inbleiul uf iiuhhi1 by n otii of U In i, .Mriu.
Iiniairlunl iimlleis, I K'niiiilm ninl Wlilln viillng nn.
Tim lliiusu lliiully look ii ni.'nis uillll. At this point, thn rlemile tool; "n-
7 1 30, iim until 7,30 o'docli
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