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EVENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, MAY 14. 1901.
IN ",', ",'"' i-sjtinj "fr"'lifTr " ' ' JP ' il 'jsy mi.'miy i
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn' a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERET ANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
J57I, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nkkle plated trimmings;
alio wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style".
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatorlt( enameled Iron,
and marble with nlckte plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water Bqllers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets arid Trim
rn'ngs, Galvan'zed Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
Ja& Nott, Jr., Santo" Plumber.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE MO. 31.
tOV It the time to get leak
breakages men to, and yoat
Roofs Put In QrOt
By oompotent workrrw
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvan'zed Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pip and Gutter Work.
SfeharA Strut, tet. Queen ant Merchant Honolulu.
Jobbiot rt oaetir tn.ti.i to.
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST
ClASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
orw ready to figurj on your work at the
Vwest prices. My men are Union Men.
Give me a trial.
I C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
cor. Fort and Nuuanu
f o. 8oxvi
TEL whit J 5i
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
4 K. OZAWA, Masafw.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
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Tor Stmt; irw Itok.l, anj
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STOCK AND BO D BROKE
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Stock and Bond Broker
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Stock and Bond Brokei
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ITOP. Mi TIOIP. M.
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DR. J. T. WAY80N,
' 445 BERETANIA ST. jI
office hours 0:isj.J0g:S:
ton TEL. Main 0
UK. C. A. PETERSON
las rroptr ed his office at , . .
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IK WALTER HOFFMANN.
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. m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sum'ays, t to 11 a. m.
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MO 'RS 9 TO 4.
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DR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
ir.23 Alakei Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4
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Dr. W. G. Rogers
EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.CA.
HOURS 0 to 12-2 to 4:30-7 to 8.
We tit jJIossch '
We grind lenses
We repair glasses
FACTORY ON THE PREMlSEb.
A. N. SAN FORD,
BOSTON BIDQ ,
OVER MAY A CO.
WITH OUT PAIN
Will extract corns
51) CT6 BACH
for the next 10 days
keep you from having your
will call at your house and
treat your corns successfully
J. A. MATIHEWMAN
Peterson & Mattfaewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
rrwHOvt. Main iH
is KAAHUMANU ST
J. M. KANEAKUA,
ttorney and Counsellor at
OAoa: In the Occidental Hotel
jrnur ot Kins aud Alakea Strcota,
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd.
Arc bmbroltlcry Taught.
tssons In AnT EMBROIDERY will
ue given by Mm. H. II. Willlama at th
City Furniture Store, Fort creet.
first Class stamping dons.
MR3. H. H. WILTJAMZ.
Is now closed for renovating, painting and
refurnishing, and will be opened on or
about May 20th as a Private Hotel, under
new management. l834iot
CECIL 101 SAYS
HE OPPOSED' IE
But Now Intends to Sup
port Him to Last
SENATORS THREW SOME
Both Parties Accused of Failing to 'Do
Anything for the People
Tho Sennte upent Its afternoon ses
sion yesterday In a bouquet throwing
match as to the relative merits and
strength of the Independent and Re
publican parties, the whole discussion
having been precipitated by the Intro
ductlon In the Senate of Emmcluth'a
Mouso Concurrent Resolution No. 2,
which expresses a want of confidence
In Governor Dole.
Mr. J. Rrown was the first lo tako
the floor. He said thnt the Governor
was not deserving of the confidence of
tho people. After tho closo of tho last
session ho had signed a bill which was
of benefit to three people alone tho
Judges of the Supremo Court. Tho
County bill, ameasurc of the people,
wns Bllently tucked nway. Certainly
something should bo done to Bhow the
fecllpg of the people against the Gov
ernor. Mr. Carter said he for one was not In
sympathy with the Governor's action In
signing a bill after the close of the ses
sion, However, he did not bcllevo with
the last speaker that the Governor had
been partial. It ho had been partial to
the Republican party as had been hint
ed nt by Mr. J. llrown, he never would
navo signed senate mil m, provinius
for bailiffs In certain courts and giving
Circuit Judges the power to select their
own Juries for. In both houses, tho Re
publican vote was solid against the
Mr. Cecil nrown.l n referring to tho
Governor, said: "Gentlemen, I went
to Washington and remained there six
weeks for tho express purposo of work
ing ngalnst the appointment of San ford
D. Dole as the Governor of this Terri
tory and If the backing I had and the
letters In my possession were to be
made public now. It would make soma
of you In this Leglslatuio turn a somer
sault. My mission failed and Mr. Dole
was appointed Governor. Since that Is
a fact, I Intend to support him. All the
resolutions of tho kind that 1C0.OO0
legislatures of the same nature might
pass, would be like pouring water n 1
duck's back when presented to Presi
dent McKlnley. He will take no notice
of them for Governor Dole Inn kept
within the law as long as ho does
that, he will be safe in his position."
Mr. Haldwln spoke at tome length on
the County bill, stating that no man
with an ounce of brains eruld possibly
sign such a bill. It was dcfcctUo
throughout and, oven If the bill Itself
bad been amended so as to make It
perfectly acceptable to tho Governor,
Its. career In tho two hoinm would have
condemned it. Tho way this was dono
was distinctly Illegal.
Mr. Achl then spoko on tlio County
bill and branched off to jiIkt bills,
accusing the Independents of playing a
block game and of dolui; uothlng for
tho good of tho people. If tho Republi
cans Instead of tho Independents had
had the majority, all tho bills brought
up ilurlng the session would hnvo been
finished In fifty days. Continuing, Mr,
Achl said he could' see the Hawnllans
during the next two years, suffering hII
manner of losses and experiencing all
manner of hardships simply on account
of the foolish actions of the Indepen
dent party men of their own racs
whom they had sent Into the Legisla
ture to'carry through legislation which
would help them and the country at
"Dy tho faulty action of the Indcpen.
dents," said Mr, Achl, "every man In
the Territory has been robbed of about
$20 for there has been absolutely no
mensuro pusscd providing for an In
crease In tho receipts of the Treasury."
Mr. Achl went on to Fay that the
Governor was perfectly correct In what
he had dono with reference to the
Legislature. His legal knowledge was
superior to that of nny member of .the
Legislature, unless It be Messrs, Cecil
Rrown and A. G, M. Robertson. It was
foolish to bo Introducing Mich resolu
tions us tie 0110 which Mr, Emmeluth
had sent up a resolution emanating
from tho brain of a man who was filled
with unger. To pubs It would mean to
lower tho dignity of the Senate. The
Legislature and not the Governor was
to lilamo for tho results of the ses
sion. Why then should such a resolu
tion lio foisted on the Legislature. It
was nothing more than rubbish and
ehould bo relegated tot ho rubbish bas
Mr. Achl then went off Into a discus
slon cm tho relative merits ot tho two
parties, saying that two years hence,
thero would be a great chango In the
mako up of tho Legislature. He said
that. In ruse there was n new election
onlled for Senators, nnt one-half of the
present membership would bo In their
seats two yenis hence. The people had
awakened to tho fact thnt the Senate
and the Legislature ns a whole, had
done them no good.
It was now Mr. Knnuha'g turn and
he took it to the time, of about fifteen
minutes. After ndmltllng that tho In
dependent party hud made many griev
Dr. I'lcrcc'a Clec"
Away with Pruct! Inves-
r- tlcattf, S.nJ lur "Ujok
111 po. t, AJjrcss
1'IURCI! ?LU!CTKIC CO.,
620 .M'-ktl St., S. P.
ous and costly errors during the regu
lar sesslnn.'Mr.vKnnuha said he did not
agree with some of his fellow Senators
that tho Governor was such, a very bad
man. He had' met and talked with
him three or, four times and'lfad always
found him fair minded.
"It was not the Governor who was
responsible for the refusal to grant an
extension of the session, It was tho
minority In the Senate," said Mr. Ka
nuha, "They urged the .Governor not
to prolong the session and this was
done to further the Interests of the
Republican party by rutting the Inde
pendents In a ridiculous light. The
Governor was pressed by the Republi
can party and ho couldn't help him
self. The Republicans have shown by
their actions that they are not hero to
study the Interests of the people'
Mr. Cecil llrown arose to defend the
Republican party, saying that the or
ganlzntlon could stand all such asper
sions cast against its character,
years hence, tho people would show
how the majority of the electors stand
on the matter.
Mr. Drown went on to'say that the
Governor was perfectly Justified In re
fusing to extend tho session. Dills
had been held back during tho last
days of the session to be used ns a club
to make the Governor extend the ses
sion. The Independent party had
been caught bluffing and the baud had
been called, Ho was sure the resolu
tion would strengthen the Republican
Mr. Kalauokalanl clamored for th
adoption of tho resolution. The Gov
crnor had disregarded tho wishes of
the people and the Totce of the people
against him should be heard.
Mr. Paris was the very last speaker,
He said In part: "The people should
come forward and pass resolutions of
wnnt of confidence ng.ilnst the LeglS'
laturo for wasting time and frittering
away their money. What did we do for
the people at the regular session?
Nothing. When the Comlmttec on
Accounts tried to Btrnlghten out mat
ters, the majority of the Sennte simply
doubled up tho bills and helped out
their friends. The Independents havo
accused the Republicans of doing noth
ing for the people. What about Achl's
poll tax bill. That was killed In the
House by the majority. How about
tho exemption bill of one of the Re
publicans In tho Senate? That measure
Is still In the drawer of the member
na. Every mensiire Intro
duced by the Republican party for the
good of the people was smothered by
the Independents. Why? Recause. had
the Republicans been Instrumental in
passing such bills, th? Independents
would be afrnidt o meet us at tho next
election. We had plenty of time for
tho pnssage of tho Appropriation nnd
Loan bills but the Independents would
not act on them. Witness what was
dono with tho Loan bill In the lower
The Chair then put tho motion to In
definitely postpone the resolution
which was made by Mr. Grabbc and
seconded by Mr. Carter. Tho vote wai
Ayes: Achl, Datdwtn, Carter
Crabbc, C. Drown and Paris (J.
Noes: J. Drown, Kahlllna. Kalauo
kalanl, Kanuha, Nakapaahu and Kaoh'
Declined to vote: Russel,
Tho vote being a tie, the whole mat
ter rested with the chair. President
Kalue quickly cast the deciding vote
on the side of indefinite postponement
and the Republicans were duly Jubi
lant. A message from Acting Governor
Cooper, submitting the recent appoint
ments at the head of tho Department 0!
Public Works, the Treasury, Public
Lands office and on the Hoard ot
Health, was read and action deferred
until Friday afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
The $30,000 appropriation bill for
expenses of the extra teaslon and ex
penses incurred during Ahe regular
session, remaining unpaid, was sub
mitted to the Senate but, owing to ho
discussion on the concurrent resolu
tion, It was not acted on.
The Senate. adjourned at 4 o'clock.
COAL OIL KILLR MOSQUITOES
Winchester is the name of n town In
Virginia nnd it has been somowhat
celebrated In song and story, because
one Sheridan once rode around in that
neighborhood, creating considerable
It has lived on that reputation ever
since, but now It has been doing some
thing on Its own nccount to secure
fame. Its people had read in tho news,
papers that kerosene oil properly ap
plied would kill mosquitoes. They
knew of their own knowledge nnd ex
perience what an ugly thing n Virginia
mosquito is and how viciously It bites.
They had read, furthermore. In the
newspapers that mosquitoes carry ma
laria and other diseases and that, al
together, they are very objectionable
InscctB. Accordingly the Town Coun
cil took the mntter In hnnd and passed
an ordlnanco requiring the owners ot
nil ponds nnd pools nnywhero In tho
neighborhood to pour crude petroleum
on tho waters. It went further and re-
quired every householder to put tubs
of water on tho surfaco of which there
was a goodly supply ot petroleum, un
der all the shrubbery.
This experiment was mado last sum
mer nnd It finished tho mosquitoes. It
also finished tho malaria and struck a
death blow at tho quinine business. 80
successful wcro they last year that they
are going to do tho Bnmo thing next
Bnrlng. Winchester's success In this
direction should Incite other mosquito
Infected places to rise up nnd do like
wise. The residents of Now Jersey In
particular should tako note of the Win
Chester example and follow It right
nwny quick. Vtlcn Tress.
Pnln-Klllcr, tho old nnd well known
remedy has acquired a world-wldo re
nown for tho euro of sudden colds,
coughs, etc., weak stomach, Indigestion,
cramp or pain In tho stomach, bowel
complaint, diarrhoea nnd dysentery. It
has Inst none of Its good 11 nine by re
peated trials, but continues to occup
a prominent position in ovcry family
medicine chest. Avoid substitutes, there
w but one Pnln-KIIIer, Perry Davla.
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