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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 20, 1907, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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MESSAGE FACTS IN BRIEF
Ladies' Black Kid Bluchcr Tic,
Patent Tip, Military Heel,
S Mclnerny Shoe Store
Try It Again
The Auitrallan butter sold by us is better than the present
run of California butter, ai'd for that reason you should eat it
in preference to any other. Our customers find it equal to Isl
and dairy product.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE : LOCAL AND IENERAL
For Ladies Only
' AFTERNOONS A WEES 2
TUESDAY AIND FRIDAY
2 to 5.
SWIMMING, BOWLING AND TURKISH BATHS.
(Continued from Page 4)
Judgment iliown In Coiitiiy oiriclftK
lirogrrM line nut been tilnilft tt, al
though many point Involving grave
principle hnvc been net aside or
postponed rather tliim determined. It
In hoped tlmt )oii luny do nlilo to
cope with those Hint ran lie scttlo.l
hy legislative nitlnui nnd now Hint
the Con ii I leu hnve nou'it their worth
tucli other questions n ran lie deter
mined by tlin nniit nlone can lie
submitted to llieni for derision with
mil Incurring the charge of ulterior
motived or etc" I Kim on the Countlo
Hlectlon. The lnt election wan
nntoworthy In the lnrKe nunilier of
officials voted for nnd the dispatch
nnil IntrlllKenre with which our vo
ters acted. Locally, the contest wan
i lone, nnd as la o often the. case
with Ilia Austrnllrin linllot, there
uroso grnvc question n to the Inten
tion of the voter. Human nnture I
M) diverse that It Ik Impossible to ex
pect that the. large nuniher of men
who, from necessity, hnve the count
IriK of the ballot nnd the recordltiR
of the result, will nil he able to de
cide. In a uniform manner the nice,
point that nie bound to rise. It may
bo safely Mated that even the very
Inspector of Klertlon, If Iransferrel
to other precincts, would themselves
reach u illfTcrent lesult upon n sec
oitd count. Ami this condition ran
'lot be done nway wltli, until tlio
printed ballot 1 nbotlshed nnd tlio
votm nre recorded by machine with
FBUKHAI. AGIIICULTUIIAI. HX-
The special agent In charge of the
Kcdornl Agricultural Kxju'i Inient Sta
tion submits the following estimates
of appropriations for the coming bi
ennial period for assistance to that
For continuing Investigation of
tliu Hawaiian ltlce Industry.. 1,090
For n Buu-stntlon In the Kula
District, Island of .Maul, to In
troduce profitable crops, mod
ern machinery nnd modem ag
ricultural methods 7,000
Cor Tobacco Investigations, In
cooperation with Kroner ... 4,000
Tor Silk and Honey Investiga
For Additional Itesldence for
Station employees 2,500
For Horticultural Investiga
tions: The marketing of trop
ical fruits; the establishment
of n cltrti op-nnril for breed
ing and selection; and for
fertlllrcr experiments with
Those are submitted for jour con
sideration nnd final nctlou. None of
the Items bus been included. None ot
No fancy price nt the New I'nglriml (
it. i... "..
nami or STOCI
HONOLULU, Feb. 20. 1907
is AluoltiU!)' choice eggn. laowrtt poft .
M iiVrtl I fclblc prlro nt C. J. Day & Co.
Pur Jer? rrenm from lite Alex- i
mkIpt Young Hotel farm iimM In all '' i J
ileum mail? nt Young Cuff. ''
Tlif Cotmiiiilfll Club illnner lnkc -jl
firi , r-? a- 3.
izietwtv r-urcou 7,
C tlrrwrr A tin ...
Km. rUnUtl"! t n i
' MftttliHiin A1W I
1 lUw Com At Sit
Hawaiian iiKr Co.
llnnomu !tiiir (
llirttnlia Sugar Cn
1 1 All u KUtrar Cit
k'aliiikn HAtitrttt"il C!n
kolrrt Sunar Co
Mrllryrii Sugar Cn
OahtlSUKM On t
wnomca ruar . o .
(..k.4SiiKr llatit Col
uun Htimr to 1411
PaaltauSuRar I'lanl Cn
iMrlnc Sujrar .Mm. .
Tila I'Uniailm Co it
IViK-tliro Stijrar Co...
PlofifiT MM Cn..
Waialiu Aitrlc Co. .
Wailuku Sujiar Co...
Walmt-a Surar Mill Co
tnttrltlaiHl Strain NCnl
Mutual TrlrlilintiC Co
PaM tin .
Oatm HH I-C . ...
HiInK K Co..
Hon II ft MOi:
naw irr ipr
Haw Tcri. ic
Haw Trr c
Haw C.m't jir. ...
CalltntSiiK & Kc( C
Hikti Sucnr Co 6 tit
HlloK KCo Out 6
llfrfl K T ft I, Co 6 t
KaiiUkil I'lAtw too C
(Mill! K K I.CObpC
Oihu Sugar Co Ape
4)Ua Stiijar Co6jiC...
Pala PlJiitatlon Co
Pinnrcr Mill Co 6 lie
Waialua Acrlc Co ) p c1
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Sales Iletw ecu Hoards 22 Hulliii,
(ISO: r, Wailuku. $200; C Wailuku, 200;
no Haw. Sug. Co., (33; SO Walalua,
(72.60; 2.' Oaliu Hug. Co., J23.7.T. S. 0.
It. & U Co., (91 Session- ft Walalua,
("2.S0; 0 Kwii, $25; 100 Olaa, (2,'S; f
Haw. Sag. Co, (33.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.38 cents,
or $67.60 ner ton.
LONDON BEETS, 8s 10 1-2(1
SUGAR, -- 3.38
Henry Waterhousa Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Mcmbart Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON'. Miliar,
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE
place nt i o'cliKk this evenltiK nt the
Sest 1 1 Hotel. The baud will lie In nt
The funeral of the late Andrew
lliown will lake place this nfterjioon
nt 3 o'clock fioiii tlio Masonic Teti
pie. Tho Interment will take plate
nt the Xuimuu valley cemetery.
i:er; one making n purchase at II,
I . Wlclimnn Hi Co., Ltd., tomorrow,
IVhrunry 21st, will be presented with u
lieniitlful cn.imced American flag,
brooch, hat pin, scarf pin or link cult
buttons, A beautiful souvenir for
Wnshlimtou's Itlrt Inlay
The steamer Sonoma arrlveil thla
morning from Australia with n large
list of passenger and will sail for the
Coast this evening nt 0 o'clock, She
ai delnjeil In Sydney for several
Idts by strike ot the union sailors on
account of the fact that there were
lour nou-uiiliin men who had been
picked nil In this port on board. All
InteiestliiK feature was the fact Hint
the non-union men also uere among
tho strikers and caused more trouble
than uu) of the union men
The annual meeting of the Central
Impiovcmetit Committee will be held
on Thursday I'eb. 21st. at 7 30
p. in. nt the looms or the l'romtitloti
Committee. Young building, Hotel
itreet. for the election of o Ulcers and
the tt.insnctlon of other Impoitant
business, Including the consideration
of matteis to be presented by I.. K.
I'inkliam, president of the Hoard of
Hear Admiral S, Tomlokn nnd his
itaff paid an official call upon Gov
ernor Carter this morning at the Kx
tcutlve building nnd were received
wltn nil tho formalities which pre
:ustomary on such occasions. A the
.urrlages containing the Japanese
naval dignitaries nnd Consul Mlkl
S.i 1 to drove up, the Hawaiian band
discoursed suitable music, while ther
were met nt the entrnnce to tho
building by Chief Clerk Uojd Conk
ling, who escorted the party to the
CARVED WOOD CLOCKS; Beautiful deilgnt, (n CuMn,rUimwmr
ara and small tlmaplacaa; all good tlmtktfttrs.
PRICES RANOE FROM
. $L50 up to $35
R. Counter, Je-weJer,
1142 FORT ST.
SALE OF KOA FUM17UK
Wo Imvu n fuw plcctM of KOA FUItXlTtnEiroirt.caMryBr
T O t'l.OS K O U T K f. O T7 tSffiStl
Dltl-fSSKKS ?20.UH JE
IIKHSTKAUS S?a).r nip
WA S 1 ! ST A X US ? J O.CH ,TC
BAKOAIXS LIKE THIS WILL XEVElt U'ti EVK?K'ED
COYNE FURNITURE GO., 01
Wee kly Bulletin, $1 Year
That' the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and DIN
GER ALE the purest gooda manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
ii I ii nil ! i i
III ElA BaV In the Realm of Beer
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDO., 17HB0 KINO STREET.
PACMC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihlp youf
goods and ivc you money.
Delicti in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kins; St. Phone Main 58
The Pacific Mall steamer Mongolia
sailed yesterday afternoon for the
Coast taking 310 Japanese from tide
city to San Francisco. Secretary Jack
Atkinson visited the alike of Hack
feld & Co. early In the afternoon and
warned the Pacific Mall agents, In ac
cordance with the cable message re
ceived from Secietary Hoot, that they
thoiild not take Japanese to the mal'..
Mud who carried passports marked
This morning Agent 'Klcbahn. of
HncMeld & Co., stated that after r '
-elvlug the notification from SecreKir)
Atkinson no moie ticket had been
sold but that those who had pur-i-liitsed
tickets before the arrival ot tho
warning from Hoot had been allowed
to go. What nctlou will be taken 1
the Immigration olliclul of San I'rali--Ism
You Fare Wei)
When you patronize our establishment. Thrtettxr
ant blll-of-fare for every meal le of a great warielj- Eimfm
article is always fresh ant) moderately priced.
Try our delicious Ice cream and pastry.
You can find a large stock of home-made canoVrs Cmse
and we have Juit received a late shipment sf Ckitfimti:
The Palm, 116 Hotel St
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If you're going to buy a fence LOOK US UP:
Use that virtue, common sense, J.00K US UP,
Ihe Kitselman fence is male so well
Other makes are hard to sell,
You want the kind that always looks well nnd will stay up.
WRITE US NOW; avoid delay and you'll live to bless the day
That you read this simple lay and LOOK US UP.
J. C. AXTBLL & CO.,
WHAT TO EAT AHD WHERE TO BUY XL.
CALIFORNIA RIPE OLIVES in Glass. Grape Fruit Maroalaafe.
BILL PICKLES. French Prunes in glass, fin Momt Sweet
TOHATUS A fine anti-BTippe tame. Enchilados. Cu2i Gam
Chicken Tamales. Olives stuffed with Anchovies.
SEALERS IN DEUCATESSES.
DEALERS IN llEUCffltWi
Lewis & Co., Ltd., fi"
N08. 1048-50 ALAKEA 8T.
HONOLULU, T. H.
P. O. BOX 642
PHONE BLUE 1801.
Hotel Street Slore
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR BOSS O
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
previous p. large number of bills to he rushed
present through In older that tuoy may
I each tho Kxcculhe befoio tho limit
of time expires. This cuusos Inex
cusable, typographical errois. It ut
most precludes n pioper und delib
irate examination of ai. Intricate
bill, requlicii tho Hxccutlva to Bet
tlmate of expenditures, as
appropriations under tho
Agent were not expended In uecord
uncu with our laws.
Permit me to cnll our attention
mid pnrtlculnrly tlio attention of tho
cfllclals you may select to tho fact
that unneccEsary delay mars the ef-.aside and pocket-veto thobo concern
llclcney of your work, crowds it ulong Iiib which them lathe slightest
to tlio end of the, session, and forces 'doubt und, further, It absolutely pre-
(Continued tram Page 1)
street to the bai-eball grounds.
The automobile section, which v. ill
be the lust section in the parade, will
be cut off fiom the balance of the pa-
rad at the corner of Beretanla and
Punchboul streets nnd will proceed out
Hereunto street to Thomas Square,
theniu down Kaplolant to King and
out King stieet,
vent any opportunity for reconsid
eration or amcndmenT". It gives
giounds for the criticism that our
laws are often ambiguous and' liull-
into a lark of Intelligent woik In the
Avoid Delay. Pjut of this could
he obviated If hills were pussed upon
In tho early part of the session, und
much of tho unnecessary delay could
be avoided If bill wero not ijeferrel
lo committees, there to awnlt their
pleasure, perhaps only to he pigeon
lulled, hut let action on them be
postponed to a given day prior to
j which tlio proper committees are nsk-
cd to examine nnd icport on them.
l-'iilllng such a leuort. the hill comes
op automatically for action at the
time bet, and then limy be rejected
end lost. Or Jf the time be granted
by u vote of two-thirds of tho mem
bers, falls to the bottom ot the list
and no longer Impedes other meas
ure already under consideration,
With such a plan In operation, the
friends of every bill will seo to It
that the rcpoits ot tho committees are
ready and ut the given time would be
prepared to defend their measures.
On the other hand, those opposed to'
.. BKAiure could not delay action up
Previous Record. The records of
the previous session show that of tho
103 Acts passed, 40 of them wero re
ceived by the Kxecutlve, on tlio fut
day of 111 o session, and an additional
20 within the lust ten das. Ou
March Hth, tho 25th dtij- of the ses.
tlon, but four nieasiires had passed
tho Legislature, und two of these pro
vided funds for its own expenses.
With a little care, I am sure your ses
sion can tmpiove Upou this record,
To troubles that arc past! aflR
lis well they didn't last; H
Our Chinese cooks had fun, l V5iaA
But we, alas! had none H WmV'IWo' '
Cold joints are good enough, M Njtta&'
i But oh! we like "hot stuff," KJJaftJlT'
No skittles and no beer, SBsJ-'fltfV ;l'
For us, Chinese New Year. ... . . ,fc. y m
IrsoJIrightSir J Lift
"Life is not all beer and skit- its (
But it will be if we drink ' J I iliv -'
C A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main 1331
Curoilty often leads woman to experiment with new thtnejav &.
don't try It with paper patterna. A garment apaffcJL anaat
the coat of a hundred patterns.
E. W. Jordan & Co.
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