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EVENING F.CLLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1901.
THESE GOODS will win your
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thewashtub. They will give you
good service, too, and at the prices quoted, the
cost is so trilling tlat almost any woman can
afford to own as many pretty, cool, summer
dresses as she would care to have. - - - -
yards Muslin, : : ::::::
: : : : fancy checks anj plaids
yards fine Muslin, with open work
Mace stripes, In many different patterns
yards Muslin, large and small checks
In a great variety of patterns : : :
yards of Lawn, with satin stripes, a
good assortment ot handsome patterns
yards of Corded Lawns; an extra fine
quality In beautiful designs : : :
yards white P. K , of extra quality;
makes splendid skirts; pretty dt signs
yards Corded P. K. ; all new designs,
and better quality than usual, special
Such tempting prices show the
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Sandal Wood Boxes. Pongee Sllke
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MBRCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths maJeup In the
1116 Nuuanu St.
All that was done In the House in
Wednesday nftcrnoor. w.is tu compkle
the rei-l'ii-i of tho tie.i.iw'i niucn.i
mentj 'o Mi. Houce current pxpon
npproprml on bill, and to nsk llio Sen
ate for a ccnfercnco on thvlr .intend
ment of the House session expense r.p
proprlatlon bill. Doth bills will go to
This Is the way tho Senate "flxid"
the House current expento bill. Thry
reduced the total appropriation turn
three and a quarter millions to a little
over two and three-quarter millions, a
change of $443,616.91. In the Secretary's
office, they raised three items $6000 nnd
Inserted two new Items $3500. a total
Increase of $11,500. In the Judiciary
department they struck out tho ap
propriation for stenographers for the
outside districts and on other item
($16,400), reduced two items $5000 and
raised two Items by $2500. a total re
duction ot $18,900.
In the Attorney General's depart
ment they rnlscd four Items by $24,
000. In tho Treasury department they
struck out three Items amounting tn
In tho Department of Public Works,
general, they struck out ten Items
amounting to $58,456. Including tho
repairs to royal mausoleum, expense
Hoard of Health's new steamer, inci
dentals to facilitate house numb-ring
and free mall delivery, new (', 3.
standard weights and measures; they
raised the amount ot repairs to gov
ernment buildings from $30,000 to $50,
000 nnd added two new cemetery Items
($11,000), a totnl reduction of $27,456.
Under the heading, landings and
Buoys, they cut down Hllo $2000 nnd
other Hawaii ports, $13,500, and condi
tionally raised one Hawaii item $5000.
They cut out $2500 'or Moloknl and
raised Honolulu $10,000, a totnl re
duction ot $3000. Honolulu harbor
dredging was reduced from $50,000 to
$25,000, Her park commission was
given an extra $2000 and the Superin
tendent of Public Works thrown out
of the commission, Kewalo sewerage,
$26,600 was stricken out, a totnl re
duction for Honolulu In these three
Items of $19,000. Under the head
pumping plants, they cut tho sewer
pumps $1440, raised the other pumps
$10,000; cut Hllo from $16,000 to $3,000
and reduced other Hawaii Items under
this head $2200 more. Oily mil, how
ever, got I-ihnlna and Walluku a total
raise of $5200 and Achl got tn $10,000
for water for his Kaplnlanl trnct. Ka
uai lost $30,000 on two Items, ony lin
ing Aklna's scheme for Walmea, but
Kolna was raised from $200 to $2000, a
total reduction of $19,400.
It wns on Roads nnd Bridges where
the Senate got In Its deadly work Ha
waii had 44 Items stricken out, amount
ing to $251,650. Hllo streets were nlso
cut from $50,000 to $35,000 and her
sidewalks from $24,000 to $3600. Evl
dently Russet and Brown did not look
out for Hllo n8 Ewnllko and Nnlllma
and Makckau did. The work of the
committee ot Hawaii members which
had carefully Itemized tho expendi
tures was thrown away and eloven
Items, mostly the Governor's original
estimates, were Inserted, Theso
amounted to $105,000. They raised
five small Items $12,000 and reduced
ilx others beside the Hllo items $68,
000. Total slash into Hawaii. $204,650.
Maul wns better looked after. Six
teen Items were stricken nut, amount
ing to $49,400. Two items were re
duced $11,000, three new Items for
steam rollers were Inserted and flvo
Items were raised $8650; a total reduc
tion of only $4ri350 or one-Mfth ot the
Mnlokal had one Item rnlsed $2000
nnd one cut out calling for $5000, a net
rut of $3000. I-nnnl came off with an
addition of $2100 and no cuts.
Honolulu had six Items stricken out
amounting to $69,000. "Roads and
Bridges, Fourth District" was cut
from $220,000 to $160,600, and in the
Fifth District the Item wns raised from
$100,000 to $140,000.
Kaunl came off with a net Increase of
$1100 for toads and bridges. Five new
Items ttero added amounting to $2S,-
COO; six Items were raised $11,000;
right Items were cut $28,600, and three
Items only wete cut out ($9600),
The Department of Public Instruc
tion had eighteen Items stricken my,
mofitly teachers' dittagcK and schools
on Hawaii and Kiuml, umountlng to
SI8.025. The net cut was $14,025.
Tho Senate cut tho Item "Expense of
Field Parties and Odlco Wotk" from
$27,500 to $200 per month or $4800 for
The Board of Health had a nice slash
cut Into their npprnprlntlon amounting
tn $96,508.25 but tho Senate raised thfl
suppoit of lepers from $161,000 to 171,
000 and ndded $10,000 troro to Hllo nnd
Mnlulnnl hospitals. The net cut was
The Senate also took note of Cecil
Brown's little O. It. & L Co. subsidy
und, although tho road only asked for
$78,000. he got an Item sent to tho
House, calling for $90,300.
All tho lemnlning tedious of the
bill weio stricken out and others in
serted. One solution of tho dlinculty sug
gebted Is for the confcrcuco committee
tu relnseit nil the items stilcken out
by the Senate und for the House to ac
cept all the additions made by tho Sen
ate, but what will actually bo ilnno
nobody can cunjectuto at this time.
Famine of Practical
Plumbers Says Keene
Plumbing Inspector Keene says there
Is a famine of plumbers In the city
at the present writing. The people nre
coming In promptly nnd In numbers as
high as ten per day with applications
tor permits to connect with the sewer.
Tho work Is being retarded by tho
difficulty In finding men with "lead
"Tho plumbers who took the lend
In tho strike some time ngo," sajs Mr.
Keene, "have gone from the city. The
boys who wcro Induced to quit work,
ae gone Into business for them
selves nnd nre doing work by contract.
There is room here now for a number
of plumbers to And work."
GROCERS SHOWN UP !
oi in. e or
Hllo, Hnwall. June 7, 1901.
Dear Sirs: In my Innocence I pur
chased here In Hllo a Jar of your Pin
Money Pickles (put up by Mrs, E. O.
Kldd, Richmond, Vnl. It brought me
great trouble, and one of three tilings
1. You must stop making them; or,
2. I must get them nt less expense;
3. I'm a ruined man.
Since my first venture l'vo had many
"Jars." My family from early morn cry
"Pickles;" neighbors ring the door-bell
nnd shout "Pickles;" relatives visit me
In expectation of "Pickles." Your
pickles arc my Nemesis. Please. Dear
Sirs, quoto them by the Keg, Barrel,
Hogshead, Ton or Shipload, and "pre
Yours very truly.
To Lewis & Co ,
HONOLULU, T. H.
SOLDIERS ISHAT POLICE.
The Artillery and Mallc-lllma teams
crossed bats on the Mnklkl grounds
yesterday afternoon and, In the ex
citement of the game, the score pilei
up to 23 to 22 in favor of tho soldiers.
The gamo was called at 3 o'clock. In
the eighth Inning, the score stood 22
to 17 in favor of the Mnlles but, ns
will be seen, the soldiers got In some
deadly work In tho last inning. The
last man went out at 6:15 o'clock,
Tho make-up of tho two teams woj
Artillery Hawkins, 2b; Burbank, lfj
McMullen, lb; Jones, cf; Bennett, ss;
Diesenbach, 3b; Oram, rf; McCoy, p;
Malle lllmas Cockett, lb; Kekcwa.
c; Wright, If; Clark, 3b; Lcnnon, p;
Pinole, 2li; Sheldon, ss; Fernandez, cf;
The score by innings wns:
Artillery 0 3 4 2 4 12 0 723
Malle lllmas ... 4 1 4 7 0 1 0 5 022
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