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buys you n NEW BICYCLE. Tltc Hi
Ionian just brought us sixty of them.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR. FORT AND KINO STREETS.
such as have recently been plnying n round your house, do not
affect ELECTRIC LIOHTS. These lights shine brilliant and
steady, tho' every door nirl window be thrown wide open.
They will not go out miles 70U TURN THE SWITCH.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
OFFICE: KING near AlAKEA ST.
A Better Remedy
We know of no other rem
edy which gives such entire
satisfaction in the
CUR1N0 of any and all
kinds of coughs as does our
RED CROSS SYRUP of
WHITE PINE with TAR,
that pleasant-to-take syrup
which Customers say is
BETTER than any other
cough remedy they ever
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King; St.
PHONE MAIN J3J
When the Wind Blows
cold or when the hot blasts come
from the South, Haleiwa will be
found delightfully pleasant. The'
warmth of the hospitality counter
acts any unpleasant changes in the
temperature. Now would be a good
time to test it.
St. Clair Bidgood,
PURE, COOL WATER AT
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke tsld In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG 3LDQ.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
185 Hotel St.
Phone Blue 1411.1
for your friends to give you a PIA
NOLA. They want one themselves.
BEROSTROM MUsft CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
MRS. DORIS. E. PARIS
hat received a new supply of DR. E.
E. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
1156 FORT ST.
Manicuring, Scalp Treatment and
mm BULLETIN, ADS. PAY M
PHONE MAIN 390.
a STEINWAY, STAHR
AND OTIinil 1'IAKOS.
THAYER PIANO CO
ice hotel htki:i:t.
l'l.ono Main 218.
J. H. HERTSCHE....Qeneral Manager
and drink the fine genuine
Imported German PILSNER
and WURZQURGCR at the
rot nor of
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
i S jlexander
j rSOlimLf HONQll'lll
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I'orcnooii Session i
Mu- Mil liitroduied by Heproiientu
Ue Mltn iif Knunl. aimed nt the At-
liirnrx l!..m.rl im.hll.lllni. ..rHInrl.l
or iinnity omccis from iimctlrlliR n Interest which Is being Inkcn In tlio
mtoinoys In un chll two, a'liniilfTiiin-l'iiclllc arlil Nice, which will
lll en Moil buck this luuriiliiK hj th Inko ilncu next enr
Judiciary Committee. ' The Kiiulh Co.nl' Yncht Club of
Tin- vxpl.tiintluii i li tlui llullctlli Jitl.()!1 ABI.,. lnH issued n clrrtihir.
I it..- ilTeU of lit. Mil wl.ih would Ihi , f ,, , ,au, ,,, ,,, (()
i iiuillrull) In Icglnliitu tie Attorney ' ,. " , ,,, .
(1,.1-nil'i. dcpurliutnt out of offlio, hy "" t,u I'rliH-lpnl u.l.l i labs of tin
i n-MHiiitif; lis numbers from appear
UK for I he Territory In civil cases, win
Hit' muse of ull MirU of jibes nt llaw
IIiih iiml the other members of tho
Judiciary Committer, unii they huvu
liten having an uiitomrortablu lime or
It since s'csterdny ullernoun. They
louliln't get the hill hack In their own
hamlx iiiltk enough
The opinion Ik expressed that thosa
buck of the hill aru lliu Kuunl Inter
ests, who hne been ilefeateil In court
wverul limes hy the Attorney Uciicrul
In income tux eaten, iiml who have tuk-
in this means of getting even. The
lint that the Attorney General wut
unlj iIhIiik his duty anil tliut his inl
t Ion mih III each eusu njilieltl 1V the
iipieine Court. K'viiis not to he tukvn
Coimhtenihlu rotiinient has Leeu oc
casioned, too, liy the Miitiiiort of the
hill hy xoiiie of tlits legal uicmhvrs of
lliu LeKlsl.ittire from Honolulu, Nnl
urally, If It liiisres, much of tho legal
liimluess now done liy the Attoniei
(leuerul woulil full to other lutvrvstH.
iiuniiKs una at holtjwav.
When tho hill eotupellUt tho Hono
lulu ltapld Trnnsll Coniji.iny to
klirlukle the litrcutu over which Itu
Hues run (-.line, up on third reudlng.
.iuIiii I hushes m his oiporlunlty to
take another truck lit Hupvrluleudrul
of I'uhllc Worku llolluwny, and hu
vlKoiiiusly oppOHed tho bill on the
Itniutpl that It would ho puttlnn moru
turner Into the huiids of tho Superin
tendent of I'ulillc WorltK, who, ho uald,
Is Inronipeteiit, and who already ton
ir.ili ue.irl) uerthltiK In thu Tcrrl
tnr. Hughes spoke lengthily In his
usual manner, mid was replied to by
The mutter of udmlttlliff "Doctor" J.
Uir Wnlliich to the leper settlement to
practice on tho, lepers thcru will nut
Jown. This morning another petition
was received asking that he he per
mitted to go there and "practice." To
make everything lovelj for him, the
petltloncra would also huvu a hospital
provided, unit a I'oufo, for tho "doctor,
and a few other things. This petition
weitt'thli way of the numerous other
of a Hlihlhir nature i of erred to tho
The lloinso met at 8 o'clock this
NuknleKa piccuted a petition signed
hy 1.13 lepers at Molokai prajlng as
1. That "Uoetor" J. U Wallach bo
ndmllti'd Into the settlement to tre.U
2. That a hospital ho eiet'.ed, to
gether with a tesldeiico -for "Doctor"
.1. 1 Wiillaeh.
3. That an upproprlar.on ho made
for I lu- pay of "Doctor" Wallach foi
the liiio of lejiets.
The petition was blgned hy a com
mittee, C. M, Kiihookaupialm, clialr
inau. Refer led to tho iViilth Com
lillttee. Keoull Intiodiiced a rcKilutlon, pio
vldlug $23uo for building a teucher'i Hitch suggestions would be intertill lu
(tittagu In Walohliiu, Kim, to replace , "1(' '1'1-
tho tottago that was destro)ed by iltc Coney ie;mrted on House Hill 24, io
last vcar. Heferred to the Kducallou 'l'llilug street railway lompatiles In
Coiunilttee. vprlnhlc ceitnln portions of thu stict-U
Keuull Introduced a resolution pro-1 1" Honolulu. Coney said tliut thu
vldiniE 110.000 for Iho iiiirnoso of onen. I Haiilil Transit Company should bo com-
tug ii road for thu homesteaders ot I
Kawela, and the hind adjoining Klo-,
lukca, Kail. Heloned to tho Uinds
Pull Inlrodu'oiHl a bill, movldliiR for
a hospital lit Lubalna, irml. I'as'aoc
tlrnt readliM and una teferied to the
Senate Hill 17, relating to funds for
tho payment of tho expenses of the suv
eral counties, passed third leading with
the following amendments.
Section 1. Kitty per centum of the
lotitl amount of poll nnd school taxes
and taxes on propel ty and Income,
collected hi each toutitv. shall 1A) ould
by the liensuier of tho Territory of
Hawaii to the tteasurer of bucIi coiiii -
ly, and for the purposes of the dlvl-
klon uud iKiyinetit hereby provided for,
the amount of taxes on Income of coi-
poratlons collected In n county iithcrl
than that wherein tho principal prop'
erty of such corporation la situated
shall bo reg.uded a a having been col
lected In the toiinty in which Its prop
erty Is so situated. '
Thu hill p.ished third leading lu the
Senate on Mmch '
Thu Judiciary Comiultteo repotted
on Houtiu Hill 32, lelatlvo to Incieusltig
the uinlshnient for tho crime of hnv -
lug sexual iuteiioui'se wll'.i a fcinalo
under the ugc of fourteen yours. After
a heated iIIbcusiiIou tho bill paused
thlfd reading as amended, making the
punishment bo that It would bo no les
than one vear nor more than Ho veais.
Knwiins bald that tho Ciicult JuilguM
of this Circuit arc honorable gentlemen
and would not do anything that Is tin
Muhoe laid this Is a soilous crime,
and Its punishment should bo deflultq
ly staled instead of tliut which Is now
Coirea btippoitcd Mahoo'u views and
moved the pluvious iptestlon.
Thlul leading of Senate 1)111 33. te-
Ijtlug to the crime of burglary, passed
third leading without a hitch.
House mil 10, prohibiting Territoi
lul or county olllceis fiom pructldug
law on their own aciount, wns taken
up and cieated a lengthy discussion.
I1LH1S IN THK I1II.U
Kuwllns as cliuliman ot the Judi
cial y Committee, move'd that the bill
be i ('committed to thu committee, foi
thu put pose of Inning ceitaln amend
ments made. Ho said tho Attorney
(lonoinl and his staff, Inead of mak
ing suggestions to the toinmlttoe,
lunii.il tniuiigh the uuwspapura and cto
UN MM KLAPt I UK !
T, rlitllK . iinnltitr from the 1
a ,M" r,"l",n? " iiin. irom lit
" rlllllllsill hxalllllier StlOWII tllf
world, stating tne (ondltlons of thu
ocean line from rfan I'eilro, Califor
nia, to Honolulu, wlili h will start on
June 1 lilt, and which will he ion
ducted tinder the Joint auspices of
thu South Const Yacht Club and tho
Hawaii Yacht Club.
Tho tlrcular sn.s:
"This race Is open to all yachts of
not less than 10 foot water line
length, belonging to any regularly
otgunlzed yncht club, of any country,
without restrictions us to ilg, num
ber of cruw, i professional or nnia
leur), or sails, but no motltu power
other than mils shall Im useil. Tliuu
allowance will he given, bused on
one-half hour per foot of racing
length for the entire distance, racing
length to be the load water lino
length, plus one-half of the length of
"All the conditions surrounding
ntiii a raio iib tho one pioposod lire
local, sluing, steady, fair winds,
without gales or fog, being thu al
most Invariable climatic condition at
"Kntrles or requests for Infni illa
tion should be sent to tho iieiuetar '
YACHT E NEXT
The Hawaii Yacht Club has made
plans to euteiiuin Vice Commodore
Thyme of the Ito.tnl Vancouver Yacht
Club on a crulhc to be given next Sun
day. Tlvs Idea which will probably be
carried ,iit will bo to lime nil the
yaclita available leave Honolulu c.itly
Sunday morning mid sail to I'earl
Harbor. It Is hoped that Kord'H Is
land can J jo obtained mid a light lunch
.Commodore Cooper of thu Hawaii
.Yacht Club will ralso'llls Hag on the
llolouu and will look ufler thu guest
of tio day, signaling his oiders to the
other yachts fiom the llagshlp. It Is
liopeil that utoiy one of tho uchlH now
in coimulssloli will make thu tilp.
Tho Ilau.iH ,U still being lepallcd
and her old jtetl; has been lemoved mi i
Hint Vlto Cufu'modore I.ylu will he un-
nble to tuku her out. Capt. Clarence
Macfarlane will bo on hand at I'oiiti I
Harbor to meet tho yachts and will re-1
turn with them lu the Ui l'nlonia tol
Bar- QULLt.iN' AD6. pay -ma
: a a it a o ft -:t -x- a ;:
nted a gicat,, deal of uniilcasiail com
ment nniong outsiders. If this bill
was recommitted to tho committee, tho
dllllculty lould be adjusted with a bet
ter tesult. The Attorney (lonctal would
he rciiulied to make suggestions to the
committee mid if found satisfactory
l't'Heil to sprinkle water on Its tall
ways. I'nised third leading us oilg
Kaullio stienuously opposed tecum
mlttlug the bill to thu comiultteo which
reporteii on It once. Hu said that thu
committee could make Its amendments
within the halls of the Legislature. Ho
did not want the bill to bo Jukcn out
again foe the purpose of allowing out
siders to dictate to tho coinmlttce ns to
their wants. The constituents have
elected tho legislators to tomo here mid
make laws without fear or compulsion
and It Is not a good amnvlse policy for
thu Legislature to listen to tho cry ot
I a few monled people, which would bo
1 detilmentul to tho jioor.
llotibe 11111 10. relating to uttuchnient,
j law.eil ihlid leading.
Hoiibo-blll 20, relating to :emoval
hum nfllto uisy county olllcer for mill
feasance, nonfeasance or maladminis
tration In olllee, was I ('committed to
Hoiibe Hill 34, relating to leper set
tlement mid hospitals, wus taken up
for thltd leading, but at the sugges
tion of Kiilelopu, It was defencd until
Krlduy the 8th.
House Hill 37, l elating to procedmo
1 in divorcevases, passed third leading.
House Hill 39, relating to teports of,
Circuit uud Disttlct Courts, passed
third leading. I
ltawitiiH said that under tins law, tnc
I District Magistrates are
UI let led tot
mane tneir lepoua to
Judges, who together wflh their own (
lepoiis. siiuuill iiieiu lu lliu uuiei jus-,
Hoiiho Dill 72. lelutlng to penalty ot I
uuy ihlld of school ugo who ubseutH
liliiibeir riom scliool, passed 1 nil u
Kuwllns pieseuted u petition from Hie
Mutual Telephone Company, prulug
that telephone hills unio'.utlug to S2SU
due the various Government ollkeo
bo paid, ltefuired to tho Accounts
On motion of Kanlbo the House took
a iciosH until 2 p. ui.
To lent, fresh milch
Add i ess
Cheap Delightful house light on tho,
Heath. Ilox 75, :i2'J-tf
It Makes Good
You Can Help
TS6o fitfgressivQ fljagaxme of 1QOJ
THE MARCH NUMBER.
THE MEXICAN WAR
A tjreat Historical Series,
lull of Drn.mn.tlc Human Intorest
k ' . On salt
Weekl Bulletin $l Per Year
e will hold
sale of soap
at which time we will offer
a list of ten well known toi
'letand medicinal soaps at
Ooods will u,e displayed
and marked in plain figures.
REMEMBER FRIDAY, MARCH 8th
Benson,mith& Co Ltd.
Will be Continued until Saturday
L. B. KERR
Coin tony Whitney & ,Mundi)
on Friday nest.
& CO., Ltd.
liy order nf Mm. II. M AI.I.IIN. of
Honolulu, Morlgngre. I will kcII at
ON TUESDAY. THE 12TH DAY OF
nt in o'clixj. In Iho forenoon, nt the
Teliitory Stables, King atreet, lloiio
lulu, thu linderment loned horKes, u
hides, harness, safe tind olllcii furni
ture, being tho chattels iiBslgued In
thu Kald Mrs, It. M. Allen by the Ter
ritory Stables Company, Limited, by
chntlcl inorlgngo, the one dated I'cb
ruiiry "!), 11IU I, mid of record In li
ber 2G2, pages 429-433, Hawaiian
Heglntry of CotiNuynntos, and tho
other dated July 3, 1!)(J0, nud of rec
ord In liber 2"'.l, pages 4112-lur,, said
Soriel maro, Mlnnlr; llrown maro.
Illnekhlrd; Chestnut maro, Nancy;
Hay maie, Hell; While mate, White
Swan; I lay horse, Jim; liny horse,
Charlie; Chestnut horn', Dude; Hay
hoise. Dewey, Hay horse. lllutT; Sor
rel horse, llaldy; Dark bay homo,
lird Diinraven; Hay horse, Dexter
I'riucc; Hay horse, Hilly; lllnelc
horse, Illark Prime; lllaek gelding.
Nigger No, 2; llrown gelding. Hazel
kirk; White gelding, Tom; Hay gel
ding, llalley; lllaek gelding, Dolby;
lllnck liinre, l'rlucess.
Large linn tired wagonetto; small
Iron Hied wagonetto; 3 sealed Iron
Hied surrey; 3 seated rubber tiled
surrey; 7 lubber tired canopy top
I'.urirys; 7 rubber tired phaetons; It
low wheel folding top buggies; 2 low
wheel canopy top buggies; 2 canopy
toil buggies; 2 high wheel folding
lop buggies; I high wheel steel tiled
runabout; 1 two seated surrey (Wii
tertown); 1 six seated tallyho; 1
high wheel rnnopy top buggy Side
liar; 2 country wagons; Stiulebaker
20 sets single harness; S sets dou
ble harness; 2 sots surrey harness; 2
Mexican middles; 1 'Kngllsh saddle; 1
ride saddle; 3 bridles; 3 sets double
1 cafe; 2 desks; I chaiis.
JA3. F. MORGAN.
Do You Want
The line we are showing now
cannot be equaled any place in the
city for quality and extensive as
sortment to make your choice from.
Our Low Prices Will Save You
Nuuanu between Hotel and King Sts.
without the power to pro
duce it themselves was the
unfortunate lot of many
people until the
ANOELUS PIANO PLAYER
was invented. This placed
the coveted pleasure with
in the grasp of all.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Ready-made and material;
muslin and mercerize;
embroidered; in fancy and
Prices range from
$1.50 to $3,00
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KINO ST., EWA BIDE MARKET.
' Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
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