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nvr-NiNri mn.t.nm, iionomiuj, t ii monmuv. M,rtnt i. iwi;
Leatil Ctwfter Na. I. o. E. S.
Paolfle Third Degree.
Hawaiian Consistory -Regular.
Hawaiian Chapter Regular
6 p. m.
Hawaiian Ledge 7:30 p. m.
All visiting members of It1,
order ore cordially Invited to at
tend meetings it local lodges.
riAnMONY I.OCGC, No. t, I. 0. 0. I
Meats every Monday evening at 7:3
In I O 0 F'Hall. Hon street
K It HENDHY. Secrotarr.
C A SIMPSON. N. 0 '
At! visiting bto'bsrs very cordially '
MY3TIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meat every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 oclork In K ot 1. Hull, cor
Tort Hnd Itnretnnln Visiting lirolli
or cordially Invltod to attend.
A. 8. WKtlDUlt, C. C.
I. WALDRON, K. n. S.
OAIIU LODQE, No. 1, K. if P.
Meets ovary I'rtday livening nt
K. of P. Hall, cur I'ort nnd Hori"
tanta, ut 7 lu. Members of Mystic
Lodge No 2, Win. McKlnley Lodgo
No. 8, nnd visiting brotliurs cordial
II. gosling, c. c.
A. 8. KKNW.W, K. It 3.
HONOLULU LODGE til, . P. 0. E.
Ilotuilnltl Lodge No C1C. 11 P O. G
-m 111 moot In their hnll on King nov
Tort sticut ovcry l'rldny ovenin&.
Uy order of the 11 It.
HAltltY II. SIMPSON,
ii. e. MimrtAY, E.n.
V-m. M'KINLEY LODQE Ho. I, K.tf P.
Meets ovcry Saturdny oveninc nt
7 30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Kort and llerrlnnla Visiting broth
ers oordlnlly Ip'lten fJ attend.
1.. 11 WOLF. C. C.
i:. A. JACOLiSON, K. R. S.
HONOLULU AURIC 140, F. 0. Z.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDM-3
DAY evening. of each month 1:31
o'clock in K. of P. Hall, King stic-t
71sltlcgc Eagle aro Invited tr at
h i; TOOMEY, President
II T. MOOIIE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. ft. M.
Meets evorv rerond nnd fourth
ITtlDAY ot enib month In I O 0 V
Visiting brothers ccrdlally lnrli-il
E tic nil.
c v. Tonr. S.KIHIH.
a i: Muui'in t: ot u
DAMIEN COUNCIL Mo. 663, Y. M. I.
Meet avcry second and fjurth Wed
waday ot each month at San Amonio
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
F W. WEED, Pres.
E V. TOUD, Secy.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
cross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a storo
systexa that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co,
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
Dut you Must have the BEST
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Masta
chusetts, tn the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF D0ST0N, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
Blank books of all eorts, ledgers
etc. manufactured by tbo Ilulletln Pub
King and B.thclSts.
Like So Much
arc the short ends which you
cut off from pieces of lumber
to secure the right length.
They cost jou money, and are
no use to you. This great
waste is prevented if you buy
jour lumber nt the largest
yard in Honolulu. Hcte you
can secure the exact dimen
157 S. KINO ST.
Milk That Is Handled
From 5 to 20 Times
Before it reaches you, is subject to
many kinds of contamination.
Milk that is scaled in air-tight
cans is secure against germs of bac
teria of any sort. That's why you
Our Pacific Coast cows are well-fed
nnd well-kept and consequently givo
nch, pure milk.
We remove two-thirds of the water
by evaporation, sterilize the milk and
cream nnd immediately seal it in
germ-proof, air-proof and dirt-proof
tins, You're not paying for bacteria
when you buy Carnation Cream.
Cream Salad Dressing
Two eggs, half cup Carnation Cream
Half texspooilful cult A little cayenne
pepror Hnlf tenspoonful powdered
mustard Half rtiji vinegar, mix In
bovil, put bowl In hot water and cool;
HENRY H4Y & CO., LTD,,
Phone Main 22.
G Cottages and Leasehold Interest at
Cunha's Lane. These houses are con
nected with sewer and bring a month
ly rental of $72.50.
C. F. Gilliland,
023 TORT STREET.
hove opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services cf a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them n a first
class manner, :: :: :: :;
Phone MAIN 147
LOCAL ANI) GENERAL
Persons out of work ate nev
er too poor to buy or borrow n
Bulletin to lead its Want Ads.
That is why the Want Ads, ate
helpful to housekeepers nnd
Panama lints rlnaned nt tlio (tlohe.
Edward Ingham In diking n vuliilloii
Ploral I'uradii souvenirs for sale at
all imnn stands.
Meat cilp of rorfco In tbo city. New .
Bishop llestnihk will unite a illo-
teHti IMt in Hllo In April.
A mrgn number of Loh Aiwli'a s
Horn attended tho clmixliea elcrd!i.
Oeo W. Do Look Port (1 A I
luevtn this peniUK mi i u u t. mui
(liven wiiH much In evldpnce on Hi.
tlrcPtr MMilcrdn' In honor ot St Pat
Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O. V,
meets tonight at 7.30 In I. 0. 0. I
Taki' our canhiBe or automobile to
llnunll.ili Carrl.igu JInnfg Co, for up--to-ilato
Tin 10 villi be no Tlicosojihlral lee-
tuie this iniuliiit The lectiireu will
be resumed next vtwk.
Mrs K arns' Hawaiian prcscnea and
Inn HON packed and shipped by every
itiKtiivr Onlir n case.
Ilemi) & Co lent nutnmatlc bcwIiik
inai'hlnr'H. $1 per v,cck or S3 a month
'bono Mnln I.8S. I'ort St '
Thorp will bo a mcutltiK of thu exec
utive committer of tho ChumplunshlP
Kletd Meet nt ji. 111. toda.
Capt Win Pottci, licphow of lllshop
Potter Is now In command of the iicm
lC.OOO-tiin butlloehlti Vermont
All persons between the ages of
twenty and sixty years, unless exempt
ed by law, are liable for Personal
Taxes (Poll, Road and School), and
ate hereby notified that tho same will
become delinquent on the 31st In
'tant. Win. McConulck has returned from
thu mainland Ho Ih u plnciimlt!
n,rovei fiom tho Walilawu dUlriit
Hev W II WeHiervult prcuthid III
the l'urtUKiicht iliiinh jualiTilay
mornlUK. tnklliK for his mibjul tha
llfn of Mother CaHlc.
lliunioiiv Imuv. 1. O. O P, iiui'U
tills vvcnlnt; for Initiation of uinill-
dati'x Olilitrs iih uill us mimhers ar
iniui-itoil to I io pritvnt.
The latest bulletltiH rcpii'illng IIIhIioi'
Hamilton')! lecent illuexH aro iiille us
urliiR He will himiii be full ucov
trod and lcmiine hln wink.
Treat )our iron roof o n coal of
.'.rablo" Thcro Id no better preBerv
atho mailo. California 1'ced Co,
Hepri'sentntive Pall v. oaiH u unille
that won't lomu off. He iovma to
rot MKiio fun out of luoioediiiKa than
mi) other member.
I.iMihl Chapter No. 2. O. K. S. will
hold theli regular mtvtliiK this even
ing In Miihoulc Hull. Visiting Hlntou
mid brethren now In thu ilt uie ior
dlll invited to utlviid.
A waltei spllkd a plate of ftoup on
olio of the l.os Angeles vlsltois cs
lei da The nccldcnl wuu tiilau lu
Kood part l the victim. Possibly It
wiik ii remliidor of tliuoH on the Ohio
To avoid any Inconvenience, tax
payers are kindly requested to cell at
the Tax Office on or before the 31st
day of March and pay their personal
Tomorro,v la the hon-chiuk, nuto nnd
jiu-ii parade band iiinceit on the lawn
with the Pinioiks nl Kunloliml I'm I.
No ouo Ins been Invltid bviaiibo ul
The !lhlnn slsteis will hold n nieet
lug this evening ill thu' K. ot P. hull,
lorner of I'm I nnd Ilerctnnlu avenue.
ut 7 30 otloilt. AJ1 incmbeiB mid vlu
ltlng lirothera nnd slaters nre rupicst
trJ to attend.
Tliero will be no baud concert ut
Cmiiin Squ.uo this evening 'Ihu baud
will Jilav this afternoon ut the iccep
lion of the ladles nt Alunhao. Tomoi
rov; Hftcrr.oon there will be u bund
toncert at Knplolnul Park No even
ing concert at Tlioinas ilquarc
I.lojd Chlhls, tho l.os Angeles
agent of thu Hawaiian Promotion
Commlttco is brim full of enthusiasm
oi or tho general outcome of tbo ox
cm sion Ho predicts nil kinds of bus
iness successes ns a result ot l.os An
geles visitors' Jaunt to theso (.boron.
Miss S. (1 Clark, daughter of Captain
Clark qf the Oceanic Steamship Coin
pan, arrived Saturdn on the Ala
meda nnd will tulto tho position ot
Ultlu teaihei ut Oahii College Miss
Clark Is a grudt.ntu of tha University
of California. Sho outers upon her
A Portuguese slipped on a banana
pool inielcssly thiown on tlio sidewalk
on Nuunmi street Inst night. Ho re
coiled ii ti I lo. a shock by eoiulug down
on his heud There seems to be, a total
dlsicgard foi the Inw whleh piohlbiis
throwing orange mid bauniia peel on
the wiilkn. A fvv arrests might bo
ivuoiiovcr one oi mco s nppioprin.
tlfitt innnciirnu f ti ltd ,if n.uu. rrn tin
-"' .-..- . ,M.ao..hv, iiu,Jt'WH lllli IK'IUIIIU III J'IKIIUIIII, HOU'
his It to tho 110,000 Item In the i mania Tho limn was dcstioyVd.
appropriation hill for u public II
biary foi Honolulu. That little Item
has already hnd to tnko tho blame
for tlio lost) or about 100,000 In up
pinpilatlons Tho Itov. ( I). IMnnrdd has tender-
oil his resignation us pnstor of
Chilstlan Chinch, to tnko crtoct tho
Ut of September. Mi. IMwnuls will
i.ccopt u position lu u Ulblo college In
his native! State. This future work
he his had In vluw for fcomo time. His
leslgnatlou from tho Clulstlnii
Chinch Is a surprise to a great mini.
Thorn wns a lingo uttondaiico at
tho Methodist Chinch bervlcos ostor-
.1..,. l!.. WTfi.ltnnii iiri.nolinit n ,nnl
Inteicstlng sermon. At 2:30 p, m. Mr.
John Martin held a bcrvlco at tho
Oahu penitentiary. Sovoiat ladles
fiom thu Kuliilaul Homo wcio piescnt
(mil sang choice selections. Ml.
Heapy read a vory lntornstlng hclcc
tlou on tho llfo of St. Patrick.
lTjlJE 1 Il"'
Im$ nlttajg bfen onc of our cliief
. . T ' ... .. . ,...
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ing the quality, and substituting, it
not our policy. The cut in quality is
always gieater tlinn the cut in price,
nnd the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A, N, SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN CURIOS AND JEWELRY
Quality Is My Watch ward
my ttademark, which stands for the highest standard of souvenirs
produced in Honolulu.
Sec the many new designs in Hawaiian enameled souvenir
jewelry, which lead all others in ORIGINALITY, WORKMAN
SHIP AND QUALITY.
Your visit will not be complete unless you trya Hawaiian Cigar.
This cigar is made of one-hulf Hawaiian and the other half Ha
vana tobacco, Tltis combination makes a cigar equal if not superior to
any high-grade clear Havana cignr on the market. Can be had of
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS, OR THE MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
FIVE VALUABLE PRIZES OFFERED FOR HIGHEST SCORES
MADE FiCOM MARCH 1ST TO APRIL 1ST.
Hotel Baths Bowling Alleys
Additional Cable News on Page 1,
Vienna, Match 10 This city U
lireniiltss. the b.ikeib being out oil l
Nunles, March 1C. The stevedoic"-.
have gone mi a stilko mid are rioting.
Onc has been killed.
Hammond, Ind , Mnicli 1G In a rlol
among steel laborers, who are out ou
u htrlke, it liuiidrid shots wcio 111 eel
Two men were killed.
i a i
TO IMPROVE TRANSPORTATION
Washington, March 1C Pieshlciit,
Itoooevclt has nppolutcJ u lominlsslou
to devise ii plan to Improve tiunspoi
JOHN D. GIVES
TO CHARITY AND EDUCATION
New York, March 17. It Is stated
that John D. Rockefeller has wilted a
quarter of n billion dollaia ($250,000,
COO) to cluirlty and education.
NOTED RU8SIAN COUNT DEAD
St I'cleisburg, March 17. Count
l.uiurdorff, foiuicrly Minister ot l'ot
clgu Ailahs and conspicuous in tha
events leading lo tho llusso-Jtipauesc.
wur, Is dead.
nucliarest. Mnicli 17.-A iniissncie of
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STEAMSHIP, SUEVIC A8HORE
London, March 17 Tho stcuuicf
Sueilc Is ushuio on tho Lizard. All
the pnshcngeis nre landed.
COLLISION OF TORPEDO DOATS
AJ.i( do, MiutIi 17. In n collision of
riench torpedo boats hcie three inci1
DESTRUCTIVE HARBOR FIRE
(lenoa, March 17 A flio In the hai-
"fr; "bel ',10 i "l a mil-
DRES3MAKERS ON STRIKE
Vienna, Mniijh 17. Twolvo thousand
dresbinuKeis and lullois uie out on u
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Everyone wants to be conversant
with the histoiy, nit and literature
of Japan and China. Capt. F, Brink
lev's new Oriental Scries is the best
w oik extant. These books arc leath
er nnd board bound and are illustrat
ed with many color plates.
SOLD ON EASY PAYMENTS.
Wm, C Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
The Weekly Edition of tha Evening
tlulltUn oives a eomot.tc summary of
th nw ot the day.
1064 Fort St.
SHERIFF IAUKEA FAILED
(Continued from Pig 1.)
any prisoners until ufter they have
been convicted," said tho High Sher
iff. "Up to that tlnio tlioy uro solely
In Iho custody of tho County Shcrlrt
nnd It Is his business to look after
"This lu purtlcuhiily truo In Iho
case of men arrested ou bench wai
1 .ints, like those brought Into court
lost Snturd ly. It makes no differ
ence whether (hey uro nowly arrested
or halo been committed by tho Dis
trict Magistrate to thu action of thu
Grand Jtirj lu tho latter case, when
Indictments have been brought
them and bench warrants mo Issued,
tho Count Hherllf goes to tha Jail und
gets tho linen, giving a receipt for
them, and tliei nro then entirely in
lis custody until they aro ordeied re
turned to inn by tho Court.
Ouo of Iho roiiit, ofllciirs In discuss
lug Iho matter this morning said that
ho thought tho whole tioublo lies lu
tho fact that Sheriff liiukca bus n lot
of now men on tho force, who know
no inoro about their duties than tho
SheillT does about bis.
Tho usual lonrraugcmciit of court
cases for tho new term has been
mado, and each of (ho threo Circuit
Judges will have chin go of different
work during tbo April term from
what ho has this term.
Judge Do Holt takes tho criminal
cases, Judge Lindsay thu civil Jury
list, nnd Judgo Ilobluson probnto mat
ter, Jury-vvnlved civil enses, otc.
Tho mimes ot tho men who vvcro
drawn this moinlng lo servo on thu
niunil mid trial Juries for tho April
turpi nro us follows:'
flinnd Jiuy David (leoigo May,
Wllllo 11 McCotmlck, Abraham Our
tenberg, Kniinet C. Winston, John W,
I'nrwoll, (leorgo P. Castlo, Harry Ar
mltngo, Chris. J. Willis, IMgur Hen.
il(iios, (I. V. Norton, i:url K. Klls.
worth, Khl: 11. Porlur. Gorrllt P. Wil
der, Win M, Templeton, Trnnk 11
ltlchaidsnn, Henry Cushmun Carter,
L. do Ij. Ward, Chas. A. Aihcrton, liar
i' H. Webster, Jolinnu A. Humbert;,
Stiiuley Stephenson, Arthur K. Jones,
Win. S. I.owo.
Judgo Do. Holt's Court John J.
(lie-olio, Krifl. Roudlu, Jnnies P. How
ntt, John Kilos, (loo. K. Pox, Paul C.
lliede, .lames drub, IMwin II. Weed,
Win K. Tin ell, Joo Davis, Alox. Mc
Angus, Walter 11. Ilmgcss, Hrnest
l.'rlckboii, Jonatlinn Shaw, David Doug
lass, Hi nost (1. Young, Chns, (1. Dart
litt, H. l. A. nuolhlng, Prank A.
Armstrong, John Duncan, Chas. Mitch
ell, Itobt W. Cathcart, A. I Cooko,
Joiiuthuu Ainu, Wllbcr A. Anderson,
Itoboit K. Piihaii.
Judgo I.ludsaj'a Court Goo. W.
Mac) IIiiIhmI WwhI I'mlmon-. Clia
I'lillllpi, Otln HrhllllliK. IMXnr H Itnr
i, Harry II Murrn). It W. Atkinson,
Waller 0. Weedon, Win I.. Warren,,
Limes MrOuien, (Hurgo CnU'iiatigh,
Manuel A. Hlhu, Chns. Hour) llolllnn,
Win II Hmllh. I'lederlrk Wnldroii,
.loitcph II. CiiiuinliiXK. Ilruco Carl
vvrlghl, .It., Irwin Hp.ildlng. Win. 0.
Walker, llliner T. Wltinnl, (lio. .1 Me
fnithy. Win. J. Ilnrvey, Clias Dclu
mix, Wm. Cniey. Mnrk It, llouxlilnll-
IfK. ('. J. Iloko.
Judge ltolihiRon's Com I John P.
Ileek. John K. Inch, Cecil A. -Mncln
tosh. John (lonies Dunite, John Hubert
l.ognn, IMwiird H Itoblus, Waller M
Utnory. Adolplt I' (lortz. Iloberl W
Davis, Wm II New land. Win Wag
hoi, j. m KIRKS, nnrr- .1. Aum, .ins
V Willie. Chns U Prasher. John A
Wilson, Slvester Ciillen, Thos. II.
Kennedy, Audrow T Dannlstcr, Hob-
rrt Clark, IMwin K Kernundez. Chns
P Merrllleld, Carl I.. Iliindiirp, Her
bert I,. Herbert, Mniiuel ltcgo Coelho,
James 8. Ilnlloy
(Continued from Page 1)
vldlng for the division of the redernl
appropriation of $30,000 for leglslatlit
expenses, giving the House Iwo-thliiU
nnd the Senate ouc-thlid, wns adopt
ed House Hills "8, legitimatizing chil
dren In certain cases, 79, relating to
Iho Issuance of certificates of Hnwall
an birth, 02, relating to private was
and water tights; 105, amending bec
tlon 235 Hevlsed l.nws; 132, making
special npptoprlntlons for the Immed
iate uie ot tbo expetltnent station, nil
passed first reading,
Tho Houso stated that it hud failed
to conciit In the iiniendiucnts made by
the Senate to House Hill 37, relating
tif proceedure lu divorce inses '1 ho
chair appointed Smith , Ilnseldeu mid
Chllllngworth ns u eonferenie com
mittee. Mtb. Sarah II. Henry wrote lo tho
Semite voicing a grievance against tho
l-atid Department Shu hud bought u
tot In Puna from the original grnnties
but had nut been able to gel the proofs
of residence from them, and hud there.
foro not been granted title. Ileferred
lo the l-nnds Committee.
Kesldcnla ot Hnunlel, Kauai, asked
for SG000 fur u wharf, llefened to the
special committee on loan fund nppio
prlutloiiB. Jaied Smith wrote Information re
lating to the salaries ot employees ut
the experiment station. Referred to
the i:peii(llturoH Committee.
I'AVOIl ItAII.UOAI) I1II.U
Tho Wns mid Means Committee re
ported on Senate Hill 51, lolallng to
the encouiagemcnt of development und
construction of ralliouds on Hawaii by
exempting them fiom taxes for ten
vctirs. It leconiineuded Its pusenge
with the ameiidiuunt that the privilege
should by cxtinded to common uu
Chllllngworth said that this gave
Hawaii mi undue udiuntago over the
other Islands, it was iluss legislation.
Dow sett moved to table tho rcpoit
lo consider It with the bill. Carried.
Coelho moved a resolution catling for
Information fiom the Land Commis
Iln seMcn Introduced u bill author
izing tho generating nnd distribution
ot electilc lights nnd power nt Wii'lu
Un. Smith Introduced n bill providing
for the pa) meat to public accountants
lor claims lu favor of tho Tcirltor
under protest. Hewitt Introduced a
hill amending sections 200, 209, 211, 212
Hevlsed Ijiws, i elating to bchoola.
Coelho Introduced n bill making addi
tional appropriations for Maul, Ha
wall and Kauai. All these hills passed
Action Ou tho Governor's (list mes
sage of appointments was defened un
til 2 ii. in.
Scnnto Hill 1G, providing for the up
jxjlntmcnt of committees ot education
In tho counties, came up for second
Till: EDUCATION COMMITTEES.
Coolho said it had been suggested lo
huvo the commltieo members to ho
leal cstnto holdcis, who understood
English mid to lutvo time to act ns
agents of the Uouid. This was done to
insure the appointment ot responsible
poisons. Ha thought It was u good
Tho bill was recommitted lo tbo
Wiis and Means Commlttco.
Senate 1)111 7, making deputy shcrllfs
agents to grunt marrlago licenses and
lcgulntlng the Issue of such, passed
thlid rending us amended by the Wiis
nnd Menus Committee.
Scnnto Hill 59, providing for the ap
pointment of assistant Circuit Court
clerks, who shall uIbo servo as ex-olll-elo
bailiffs, passed thlid leading.
Houso Hill 47, relating to holldnjr,
and making February 12, Lincoln's
birthday, such, enmo up foi thlid
Why not come out, then, in a
stylisk spring suit?
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suiting for you to,
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to se
cure coriect styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 881
ivtillitK Hmllli liMUnl ) ddd nilliiii
until Wednesdii). Iln wild II Ini'l '''
nig(,ested lo lilnke II n holldaj foi Iln-
cIiimi1 only. n their were Itm inany
legnl InilMa) at nlyut Hint lime of
the. vrar. Chllllugworlli mined In Ho
ler until Mntrli 30, I'nriled.
House lllll 9", rclntliig In lees for
banking llunsr, nmsod thlid read
ing. House Hilt lit, the primal law, was
teferrcd to tho Judiciary Coinmlltie.
House lllll fil, authorising the ver
dict for a lewr offense lu charges of
ajgrenler one, wns rifitred to the Ju
House Hill 51, relating to writs of
ouo wnrr.lnlo. wns leferrul to the .lu-
I (Hilar Commlttco.
House Hilt SI, relating to the llllug
ot stnli mollis of co-partnership, was
icfericd to the Judiciary Committee.
House Dili 99, relating to dlvoicc,
wns refeired to the Judiciary Com
mittee. House lllll 101, telntlng to foreclos
ure of mortgages, was referred to thu
House lllll 12, relating to llriusn
fees for livery stables, wns referred In
tho .Miscellaneous Committee.
"Sennto Hill G3. giving the counties
the revenue of lines and costs ItniKiscet
In District courts, was referred to the
special committee on counties.
Senate 1)111 51, encouraging rnllioads
ou Hawaii by exempting Hum from
taxation for ten jenrs, enmo up for
second lending Chlllliikwortb moved
tn defer consideration until 2 p. in. to
luol row. Carried.
House Dills SO. relatlvo to penalllcx
of ordinances, 115, providing u hos
pital nt Lnhiilna; 123, relative to tbo
holding of npH)lnt!iieuts; and 147, re- ,
luting to Income tax, all passed first (
A recess was taken until 2 p. in
Sundii, March 17.
Stiur. Iwnlaul, I'lltz, from Moloknl,
Maul und Uiiuil ports, imly a, m.
Stnir. W G. Hull, S Thompson, from
Kminl jxjrts, I u in.
Stmr, Xoc.ni, Pederson, from Hawaii
jiorts. early a, in.
Am sp Edwiird Scwull, ()ulck, II f
looii ihis from Sail I'rauclsco, 5 p. in.
Am. sclir. Itokert I -ewers, Under
wihiiI, 14 das 17'i hours from Pint
Townseud, nt noon.
Muud.i, March 18.
S. S. Santa Maria, l-ane, from Port
Hurfoid, 10 ii in,
H. S Texan, l.joiis, fiom Pugot
Sound, 9:10 u. m
Sunday, March 17.
Am. bl:. 11. P. Itlthel, Drew, foi H.in
Krnuclseo, 8:30 n. m.
Am. bktn Geo. C. Perkins. Muas. for
Eureka, at 11 a. m.
Stmr. Kc An Hon, for Knnal porls. .'.
J- Jt K X K V M M X K 3f H K M K
ii Arrived K
a jr. a x k m a a. a w a a x w
Per stun. W. G. Hnll, from Kauai
ports, March 17. Miss JI. Mulhul, .Mrs.
Koniuto, T. Wolf. J. I.lghtfoot, W.
Pcnice, II. D. Wlshard. J. K Karlc), A.
K. Kniideen, Judgo Lindsay, G.' I).
Hell, A. QuiubB, S. II Kiilrchlld.
Per stmr. Noc.iu, from Hawaii jioits,
-Mnicli 17. J. A. Iiw '
K PAS8ENOERS X
X Departing X
Per bk. It. P. Hlthet, for San Kian
rlsco, March 17. Capt. und Mrs. Oils,
Master W. Iuderer.
Kochcstei. N. Y March 4. Hugo
Kolly nnd Tommy It) an. fought six
lomids, to n drnw heio tonight. Kel
ly bad tlio advantage In tho first two
rounds, but Ilynn forced the light
lug In the succeeding toiinds.
The Weekly Edition ot tne Evening
Dulletln giver a complete summary ot
tha nows of the ds,y. For SI a yen-
For Want Column See Page Six
A good-pu lug clgnr and soda stand,
cheap. Apply 1441 Emma street
nour Vlnoard. 3G43-1W
Nicely furnished looms, nt Hualelea
Lawn, cor. Itlchaids and Hotel Sla.
A first-class stableman; Btato Balury
desired. Addiess "X" Ilulletln.
Gentlcmnn's gold opon-rnco watch,
satin ilutsli, ou S. S. Muiinu Loa or
wharf. Amplo reward will be paid
fur icturn of same to this office.
On King, Port or Illshop Sts., lady's
gold watch. Monogrum K. It. on
outsldo of case. Date Oct. 10, '0G,
Insldo back case, Iloturn to E.
C. Holsteln, Ilavvn. News Co. nnd
recelvo reward. 3C40-tf
., .juUvL.rttiilut .AdLU.UJbM.