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HVBNINO tlt'i.l.r.TIN, IIOXOI.VI.l'. II, T.. MON
AI1CII. SI, 190!.
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02 Inches wide, splendid range
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25c per yard
ment of patterns
10 yards for $1,00
rtill-wldth goods; latest de
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6 and 7 yards for $1,00
Fine lino, very sheer In black
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by paying 1100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
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ot them In our Philadelphia and New
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SPEAKS FROM THE RECORD
Measure Held Up Twenty Days in
Committee of Which Carter Was
a Member GoTernor and
Editor Evening Bulletin: As quoted
In the Sunday Bulletin, Hon. C. II.
Dickey presumes once more to exploit
the reasons "Why The Loan Bill Fail
ed." The Incidents he relates In con
nection with tills matter were not the
true cause of failure ot said bill to pass
the House of Representative?.
The fate ot the Loan bill was settled
before the same ever reached the
House. The published Journal of the
Senate (page 310) shows that on
April 4 Senate bill G5 (Loan bill) and
Its companion, bill G (appropriations
under Loan bill) were read a second
tlmo by their titles nnd on notion ot
Senator C. Brown, referred to fho Sen
ate Committee, on Was and Means
(Messrs. Kanuha, a. It. Cart'r and N
tlusscl), the two bills lematnlng in
the hands of tile committee until the
23d day of April (page 490 Scnalc Jour
nal) when Senate bill No. 65 "An Act
to provide for Public Loan," was re
ported back from the committee In an
elaborate report written hj Scn.ito;
Carter, signed by him nnd Senator Kn
nuha and not concurred In by Senator
Russcl, in which the majority joined
In recommending the pasmge of tho
LIU ns submitted to them. The sjmi!
ccmmltteo reported a substitute for
Scnato bill GG. Tho two bills and re
ports thereon were then ordered print
The Printing Committee reported
them back to the 8enate and they
passed second reading (page 521, Sen
ate Journal) on April 25th after re
ceipt of Governor Dole's negative re
ply to the Senate resolution requesting
an extension of the session, and with
five working days of the session re
On April 20 (page 529 Senate Jour
nnl) during the afternoon season, the
Loan bill passed third reading by a
vote of 14 for to 1 against It. On April
27 (Saturday) Senate bills G5 nnd CO
were read a first time In the Houso
nnd referred to tho Printing Commit'
tee which reported them back on Mon
day evening, April 29.
Hon, Mr. Dickey, In tho absence of
both Speaker and Vice Speaker having
been elected speaker pro temporo, call
ed up Senate bill GG, being the appro
priations under the Loan Act, ai d It
was while this bill was under discus
sion that several members withdiew.
leaving the Houso without 'i quorum,
of the bnllot on Hie question aliovn
propounded. If Hie Fourth Dlitrlrt
Miles ")e so mi) we all uf us ,lf a
majority wtc "no' we will stop ant
tatlng, eat humble pic and quit poll
What sn jciu, Mr, tlovrrnor? The
lime Is opportune for Justifying your
anions In the ejes of the President
whom you nre so soon to met. Khnll
the oters of the Fourth District ex
press (heir views
The endorsement of jour policy by
fellow citizens It the district In which
you live would go n lung way toward
For equal rights.
Honolulu. March 24, 1902.
In the regular annual athletic meet
between teams from Kamrhameha and
I'unahou In Kaplotanl park Saturday
afternoon, the former came off Mori
ons, the overwhelming score being 70
to 34 or a little over twite the number
of points made by Punahnu
The Uctory Is particularly sweet to
tho Kamchamehas since their oppo
nents nrranged oerj thing to suit
themsches, cut out the discus throw
and one of the short clashes and, not
withstanding the vigorous protests, re
fused absolutely to concede anything
to the opposing team.
For a while It looked ery much as If
there would be no annual meet be
tween tho two educational Institu
tions on account of the stubborn nttl
ludc of Punahou but the Kainehameha
athletes decided they would not play
the shiall boy act nnd would go Into
tho contests no matter It their oppo
nents did liae eveij tiling their own
l'u nali on had been somewhat lax In
the matter ot practice but the Kame
hnmcha bos could be seen out (min
ing cory day This no doubt nceoiints
for Saturday s victory
Will prove n great convenience In the slek-ronm nnd
where children require a light during the night They aro
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Fisher Block, opp. Love Bid,, Fort Htreet.
Walluku, Mar. 22. An Ingenious
young kodak fiend caused much merri
ment nnd later, consternation, at Ka-
hiilul, during tho early part of the
The young man called upon a party
of young ladles and asked to be allow
ed the pleasure ot taking a picture of
them with his camera. The young la
dies smilingly consented nnd lost no
time In taking advantage of this rare
opportunity. They went to their va
rious apartments, and after n lapse of
Bcvcral minutes, appeared In their
most gorgeous raiment holokus and
puklkls of variegated hues.
The young kodnker then caused the
eight to stand In line nbout six feet
apart, told them to stand erect nnd to
put on their sweetest smiles. The
young ladies aro now pressing tho
young man for copies of the picture.
This circumstance, together with the but Ule lattcr , C(1a, t0 tlie occa,lon
attitude, of the Qovcrnor on the matter
PER S, S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
and Is trying to tell them that their
A. H. Scrlmgeour died Sunday morn
ing, shortly nfter 12 o'clock, of heart
disease. Tho funeral sen Ices were
h'cld In the Masonic Temple In the af
ternoon, deceased being n member ot
llawaljan Lodge, No. 21. Death oc
curred at the home of the deceased on
upper Fort street.
Scrlmgeour left no relators hntccr
In the Islands. He was bom In Scot
land 49 years ngo nnd came here from
New Zealand sixteen years ngo.
The funeral servhes were conducted
ut 3 o'clock under the nusplces of Ha
waiian Lodge Worshipful Master
Fred Whitney officiated, assisted by
Illght Worshipful Master O K. Whlto
The pall bearers weic members of the
lodge. The Interment took place In
Southern California has eolvcd a
tomato tree of which the fruit Is prac
tically tho samu as that of the plant.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
SIAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT HTREET.
& . O- 3B03C 880 ILvdZalxa. 2IR
p. o. Box ws.
f'THB OLDEST CHu'VSB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Chihi la Flu, Silk. Ut OflM IIOMI. ChlotM 411 JaptMi, Gooll ot All Klol.
fto-tt Nau.nu airttt
of an extension of the session, prevent- D(.atcous 8mllcs broko ll,e
Inw .fin An.l ..naanivA rtt Ilia f nin lill' I
...v ,.,M. ,uabv u l.ic i4uu,i v.i.
through the lower House.
Under such circumstances and with
the progress of this bill as herein nar
rated, who will say that the blame for
non-passage of the Loan bill can bo
laid at the door of the Home Rule
members of the Legislature.
Tlio fatal error was In keeping the
Loan bill in tho hands ot the Ways
nnd .Means Committee ot fhe Senate for
TWENTY DAYS while discussing the
Items In Senate bill GG, That there
was no opposition to tho bill is proven
by tho practical unanimity of the ote
In tho Sennte on third reading.
With duo deference to 'the mombcr
of tho Senate Introducing the measure.
I consider Its Introduction there wni
a mistake. Revenue measures should
originate In the Houso and had thli
nno done so Its fato might have beeu
different. I have no desire to criti
cise tho action of any one member ot
tho Legislature but I must protest
against any serious 'Imputation that
the Home Rule members of the Legis
lature defeated the Loan bill.
Think of railroading a Loan bill.
covering tho Issue of bonds for 'yean
to come, and for millions of dollars,
through a House of thirty members In
threo working days. The very Idea ot
such a proposition would oe repug
nant to any man actuated by honor
nblo purposes and having a proper re
gard for the welfare of his constitu
ents. 'The stigma of Its final defeat Is on
the Governor of this Territory and, in
the slang of the day, "It Is up to him."
to undo the mlseulet that has been
caused by his vicious nnd pernicious
activity In maligning the representa
tives of the voters of this Territory.
using this as a subterfuge for defeat
ing popular government, Yes, Mr. Edi
tor, I say now without fear of contra
diction that Sanford Ilallard Dole has
permitted the calamitous financial con
ditions existing hero today, to prevail
rather than see county and municipal
government established In these Isl
ands and I challenge him to n test of
tho issues created, by submitting to
the voters o,t tho Fourth District nt
the special election to be held next
month, the question; "Arc you In favor
of an Immediate special session for
Tho Fourth District was tho only one
at tho last election In which the no
called Republican party was success
ful and whllo not authorized thereto.
I believe I voice the sentiments of the
Homo Rulo Republican party when 1
say that they will abide by the results
loes a great deal towards
keeping up the appearance of
the room, hut nothing clso
brightens It up like hew
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thief a 32 Inches squnro and table covers' 30 and Inches square I-adles
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rcmsauts of glass linen, tlgured silks and other goods.
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