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I'.VIININO UUI.I.lniS, IIONOl.llt.tt
MAHt'll S. Itn?
STOCKS IN SAN FRANCISCO ! HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE' iUCAL AM) KA1.
R.V.V-V-" a.S5J fW-v.' tv .-- rj rj-rj-rj r-v '2-&rJ R.V.
following mi' the limitations fur Hi;,
nr stock In lln Han I'mntlnm .
ilinngt' Till, 2,
llnnnllnu fi Mi
llotioknii .. 11t I1i
Hutchinson )t, 111
Mnknncll 31 t
I'aiinliau 1(1,4 in
, lt jhsjI IU IS
TAX EXEMPTION BILL
Old Ladies' Comfort;
Light Black Serge;
HONOLULU, Much C.ll'07
rnui!' tii.i a.i.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
hami of stocr
C hrmvt ft t
llMiwnHi fttr Co
Itiwkii JHrdf Co
tllanaff Cn ....
Kiliuku PtanutUtt (n
1 I.. .a... I.. 0....C n I
KM Suipir Co
OsIhi iugr Co
Oiwtnrl Stitfir Co
(hAf4ahuicir llai Co
rRluuuj;r t'Uiil Co
IViictken Kimt Co ,
rt.-H-rr Mill Co . ,
Wmttaa AgrtoCn .
W'luku Siieiii Co
I Afnira Sugar Mill Co
Inlet UIjikI 5temn Nl
Moti H T ft I. Co I'trl
linn KTft I.CaCofn
Mutual Trlriilimic Co
I loil HrVMCn ...
I1KW 1CT 4 l'C ..
iiiw icr 4' pc.
M . . . '. -Mi "
' -.k II I
Cl Brrt Sufi A. Itfl Co
Haiku Suffir CnAltc
1U lotn Sii(tCHjic
IIrw Hnifar Co6tc .
MiWK KU 0ti 6 pc
llniiKTr I. Co 6 K
KJUiikil I'lani mo l
Ual.u Ko I.Co6ic
(Ulmpujear Co 6c
()U Susar Co 6ji r ..
I'aU I'liiitalion Co . .
I'inifrf MUUJi 6 nc
Wamlua Afitlc Co $pc
The HAWAIIAN COILED SrHINQ FENCE, one of the hundred styles
made by the Duplex Automatic Ball-Bcnring Wire Fence Machine. Sold by
J- C. AXTBLL & CO.,
1048-50 ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU, T. H.
PHONE BLUE 1801.
P. 0. BOX G42.
The Alameda brought us a com
plete assortment of good things
including Poultry. May ve have
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Thzt'i the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN.
OER ALt .he purest Qooda manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
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nicllioil nml material lo lip uxt-il hav
ing liiTti niiriii-il liy tho Hn irlulcti
lent of I'ulillr Wiirkx, iiniwcd tlilnl
Children's Bill Passed
Scnnlr Hill l, irui'iitltiR rruclty
to clillilron, ii.ikkimI llilril rcadliiR.
IIdiikc Hill 17. relating In Indem
nity hunil, mill lliiiiKu Hill M. irolil-
iiir uiai cicciiiin iiriiciiiinuiionK
hlitiil Itl he 1 1 1 j 1 1 n 1 1 o 1 1 lu llm iiillnlilc
ilUtrlelH mi well na In Honolulu, 'pawl
id third lea ill n g.
Houbc lllll '1', relating to (he Bale
of (allium, wan refvireil to the Mis
IIdiikc lllll 3fi, relating to Income
tax, raising tho exemption from $1,
000 to ll.fiOO, wan referred to tho
Ways nml MemiH Comnilttec. llawTrr s ic
i, inn t i..i.... ,.. i.....l.rf MiwTrrt lie,
iiiiiipv mil in, iviiilliiH I" iiimiu -i . nw i'hi 'I iic.
mill nee I iiccnnes, wan reierreu iu iiiu
Senate lllll 46. providing wltnes
fees of $1 a day mid 20 ecuta nillcag
I for mining only, wiih referred lu Hip
Tax Exemption Fight
Senate lllll II, exempting pioper
ty used In tho hIsiiI, plneaiple, (tarcli,
vanilla mid cantor oil Industries from
taxation for nn nddltlnnnl llvo earc
from Jan. I, 190A, cmiin up for sec
ond reading. The report of tho Wliya
and Mciiiih Comniltleu on the incus
uic, recommending that It lie Indefi
nitely postponed, iih hoth the pineap
ple mid sisal Industries had passed
the experimental singe, was road.
Ilowltt moved not to adopt the ro
Dowsvtt said that tho pineapple In
diislry was far lic)oud tho expel I
menial stage. Tho sisal plantation
at Kwn paid u dividend. Where mi
industry hnd procd a succcsh It
Mioiild not lie given further protec
tion. It would at nil)' rato lie protec
ted until next year. Tho Tax Asses
sor had stilted that the plnenpplo mid
sisal corporations had claimed exemp
tion not only from property lint n'mi
ttom Income lux mid even from ttto
20 fee accompanying tho Ming of
Hewitt said that tho sisal Industry
had passed tho experimental stngv on
O.ilm, hut It had not on the other Isl
ands, In Knit "fill acres had been
planted on high elevations and the
outcome was doubtful. Ilowltt was
willing to strike out tho pineapples,
hut not the others.
Smith Fights for Farmers
Smith said the establishing of ill
voislllcd Industries should bo enciini
r.ged, so that they would ho establish
id all over the islands. Pineapples
was a giMid Industry mid vanilla
should bo clicourngcd. The Govern
ment would gctvbul a small tax off
the lands used for pineapples at Wii
hlawa were it not for the pineapple
farmers. Castor oil farmers should
bo given a chaiuo alio. None of the
Industries bad an yet gono far
enough to Justify tho taking away of
' ,t (
Ever dAy ii a htugAln dJiy to
rejidert of Bulletin Want Adt
1 T1it .1H l'ih fliouM Mil fur KhIim
I lnl Hkjhm row t ;. p tn lo fllilnti loitd
Tho AlHorlrHn-llnunllflti HtP.imMill
n 1 1
1 1 J
Ncfttl(iii Mtiipd Utt llfmoliilu iIIiti y
friHti Hflti KmtitlMii ir.fnlfl).
Hownrn Atlntnn him lumicrit ul
, iuilitk.1 ll.n tnltmilfl Vit.i Piui(tnlil nllfl
) Knuirt tin niiiiiiiini ttfj aiiiii'iiii .
Murium et nl hiiiiIsIicos. for SJWS.3&. II',
, list of the nllliers eleiliil to sene ;l
Your Good Wishes!;
A I'RACTIUL EXPRESSION I!
a The Y.M.C.A. Wants Yoni
for the ensuing
llulilier Co, Ltd
1 1. ere will be n
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Illl III IIIU I VIIIIIIIH I -!
Is published J a this J.'
titiion rails of the I
Voting People's Hocletles nl the Cen
tral Union Kritla) evening, Mnnb
nl 7:110 o'clock
lu the matter of A. 8. Clcgborn vs.
John (laspar. a suit biiniKht for m
Icred failure oil the part of the de
lendnnl to dilher coflee nl Nnnopuo,
llaspar has filed his misncr, making u
seneinl denial of nil the nllegallous.
The Hawaiian Kntomoluglcal Soil
et will hold a meeting Thursday
March 7 at 7:.10 p. m a. the lllinm oi
the Planters' Assottntlon llxpcrlinent
ritntlou. Jucob Kotlnskv -will rend u
p.iier entitled "Noles on Coccldac1'
The funeral of Mrs Mary A Ur.i,
ihe miither of Mrs. v II (!odfre
T. Win II nml It C
rranrlrco, and .las I,. Mclnn of this
ilslci. and sister of Mrs John Nott,
will lake plate at 3 o'clock March 7, at
the Mclean residence. 1121 Hcrctnnln
JOIN ON THE SEVENTH!
,,-, rv .
in i i if itn r 1 1 1'
Pine Nickel Goods
ll I t
Sales Hetw cell Hoards
U'-2-; 1 IT, Ks, 2.Vni',i.
U't.'i'i. Session 20 Kwa,
i:mi, 2r,.M, io i:a, s:s.5o
To Finish off the Bathroom or Household Requirements:
f.ERVINO TRAYS, SPONOE and SOAP HOLDERS: TOILET TAPER
HOLDERS; SOAP DISHES. BON BON TRAYS, CALL BELLS:
(jr., JULEP STRAINERS: SYRUP JUGS; COCKTAIL SHAKERS: TEA and
McVean of Sau COFFEE POTS; WATER PITCHERS, CHAFINO DISHES;
TOWEL RACKS and BARS; TOOTH BRUSH RACKS.
169 Xing".SI. Phone Miln 240
JOtiO GOES DAFFY
OF .GARTER STORY
Latest sugar quotations, 3.435
cents, $08.70 per ton.
I A tw I laiaat .Bk k
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Dowselt said lhatioiio pineapple
man had ni.ulo (30,000 last year. Tor
ilgu inpllal waH being Introduced in
to Wnblawa. Kiirtheruiore, iastum
lauds at Wahlawa hud been leased to
tlio"ilne.ipple planters for tho pur
LONDON BEETS, 9s 0 3-4d
SUGAR, - - 3.435
Henry Waterhouse Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Derailment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
william Williamson Mnattr.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
successful theie, it would bo success
fill anywhere In (ho Islands.
Cuclho mined lo adopt tho report.
This was lost, only Dowsctt, McCar
thy and Coclbo, who tiro tho members
nf tho Ways mid Menus Committee,
voting for It.
Luiio moved o commit tho bill lo
the Uiiul Committee. This was also
ilowltt moved to pass tho hill sec
Provisions Made Stricter
Ilioseldoii moved to amend the bill
hi as to exempt only tho lauds actual
ly used for the Industries named.
Chllllngworth asked If tho net were
not class legislation. Did It not dis
criminate against other Industries, as
for Instance potatoes? Had not Mr.
Kooller of D.ivlcs & Co. for twenty
years past made big profits from the
castor oil Industry?
Smith contended that it was not
cl.iiM legislation any more than "pe
ine taxes, for Instance, were.
Coellio uskcil If llaysclden'H amend
ment would prevent the fanners from
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
M I i-
w-k LL rm-wm ? C
Kainier jp" 1 o
Oakimul, L'nl , I'eb 27 Hatred
lor Iho .liipnncscvunil a fear that it Is
their Intention til marry American
white girls, constituted the Insanity
of Alvlu Mnlcolin, ii Jamaica negro,
who was committed to Ul.lab lodav
by JiiiIec Harris. He was found In I
West Oakland by I'ollt email Woods, jj?
terrorizing tho Japanese In the
neighborhood of his home, nt .S3 1
Willow street, by threatening to kill
Malcolm said In court today that
he bad read n published Interview by
Cinernor Carter of Hawaii, lu which
Carter said that hn bad no objection
to bis daughter marrying a Japanese.
Acting on this, and on a general hut
led for the Japanese, Malcolm re
solved to save tho country
According to his story, ho had a
dream, In which mi nnpijl .appointed
him to kill tho Japanese and frustrate
taelr designs upon American girls.
He was told by this I'lnlud that this
would be a splendid .way for tho ne
gro race to wipe out Us retold for at
tacking while women, mid was or
deled (o get recruits from Ills nice.
I leaping land from big land holders In
pose of escaping luxation. Tho sls.il jcrdcr to ithslst tnein In avoiding the
plantation at Kwn had been started payment of taxes.
In tho worst possible place. If It wag Smith said that a casn was pending
V -i-vvt''- iArvaHtJ iV.V rVv"Vl??iV'i
An automobile show has been car
ried out successfully lu San l'ranclsco.
The crowds of visitors far surpassed
Iho expectations of tho promoters ot
Iho cnlerpilie The general public
found much of entertainment mid In
struct Ion nniong tho machines, Ordem
or machines from nil parts of the
world, Including Hawaii, have been re
elved dm lug the exhibition.
The Panama Commission
There's a lot of perturbation
At the Isthmus excavation,
Over work and sanitation,
Till the 'tarnal Yankee nation
It in plenty plllkla.
If you'd atop the tad confuilon,
Brlno the futi to quick conclusion,
To Mount Rainier, O Commlttlonl
Send for cargoes in condition,
Of wholesome, foamy beer.
Then here's to the Panama ditch I
We'll dig it without further hitch.
"New Vigor and Strength in every
C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main 331
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
THE DSPOT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
is not an expensive luxury tior a diseased appetite.
It is simply a healthy desire to repair the waste of
the body. And this, is accomplished every day by
many men who drink the pure beer
Optimism wins ninny bailies
would bo lost without It.
In court In which tills question was
Dousvtt objected to tho broad ex
emption or any kind of taxation. A
California concern had built u cen
tral, factory and claimed exemption
It would ho more sensible to exempt
tho lands only. As It was, they oxen
wanted exemption from Income tax
Smith sajd that in spite of these
enormous piollts only four pineapple
concerns had been started. Ho would
bo glad to see many foreign corpora
tions erect factories.
Dowsoll said that It wno not tho
niuall farmers ha referred tn as ruueli
as the big corporations.
Coclho said he wanted data from
Ihe farmers, If they could show that
they woro entitled to exemption lie
would bo willing to vote for It.
Hu)sclilun'H amendment carried.
Ho moved another, providing that
property actually used in the produc
tion for "coiumiiiclal purposes" only
i be exempted. This ulso carried
Dowselt moved to strike out til'
pineapples, This waH lint, ami the
hill passed second reading ns amend
A recess was taken until 2 p. in.
G. W. Mac-fate
Opened a Garage
at the Washington Light headquar
ters on Merchant street.
He is prepared to do nil kinds of
AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK and
care for machines by the month.
The Best Chronograph for the mon
ty In the world for tale by
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT ST.
BULLETIN ASS. PAY
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
NEXT TO YOUNO BLDO..
176-180 KING STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
we pack, haul and ship yout
(roods and save you money.
Dcalen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storaze In Bfick Warehouse, 126 Klne Si Phone Main f.B
Mi LEEJMgUg-i ft 'ULl . -!!L -I i .HJ.J'rJ.' - ij ; i-i J.J. l ' J." J! u swaty
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
W2 004 NUUANU 8TREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
NEW - TO-DAY
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
PAHANO RUBBER CO., LTD.
At tho nnnipil meeting of the slock
holdeis of tho I'.ihang Rubber Co.
Ltd., held at tho office of tho Water-
house Coi Honolulu, Teh. 'Jl, 1907,
Iho following dliectors weic eleetoil
to sero for tho following car
E. C. Waterhouse, Paul R. Isenbert;
Oeo. N. Wilcox, C. H. Cooke,
E. A. Knudsen, C. R. Hemenway,
Fred. T. P. Waterhouse.
At 11 subsequent meeting of tho
Hoard of Directors, tho following of
ficers weui appointed to sene for tho
E. C, Waterhouse President
Paul R. Isenberir.Vice President
Fred. T. P. Waterhouse . .
Scry, nml Tirasurer
Curoclty often leads woman to experiment with new things, but
don't try It with paper patterns. A garment tpoiled ixcesdt
the cost of a hundred patternt.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.