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RVrVlNO JJUliLhTIM, ltOfcOUtt.lt T t TtmiUY MAHrll M, 1
Hawaiian Third Degree
Perfection Regular 5 p m
Rote Croix 7:30 p m Cere
mony ol the Lights
Easier Service Rote Croix
10 a. m.
Knights Templar 7 p m
All visiting mcmbcri ot lb
order are corJIally Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LOCQE, No. I, I. 0. 0. F.
Meeti every Monday evening at 7:10
111 O O lVHnll. Kort strwt,
K n lli:.NI)HY Becrotary
C A SIMPSON, N 0
AD visiting brothers 1017 cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets ever) Tuesday evening; nt
7 20 ocloik In K ot P Hall, cor
l'ort and Ileretanla Visiting broth
ers rordljll Invited to attond.
A S. WEUHttlt, C. C.
I'. WALDHON, K. R. S.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. at P.
Meets avory Friday evening at
1C. of I. Hall, cor Kort und ISf Te
tania, at 7 30 Members ot M)stlc
IxJk No .', Wm. McKlnluy I.odco
No S, and vlsltine brothers cordial
R. 0031.1X0, C. C.
A. S. KUNWAY, K. R. Q.
HONOLULU LODQE 111, II. P. O. E.
Honolulu I.oJ ce No CIS, I) P. 0. C,
will meet In their hall on King mot
l'ort stiaot overy Krlday evening,
lly order of tlia I! It
HAHIIY H. SIMPSON.
11. k MunitAY, 1: n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.tf P.
Meets eery Saturday evening at
7-30 o'clock In K of 1'. Hall, cor
hort and Ileretatiln Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
I H. WOI.K. C. C.
U. A. JACODSON, K. IL S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. X.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNKP
DAY evenings ot each month at 7:30
'elocV In K. ot P. Hall, Kins street
Vliltluf Eagles are Invited tc at
L. K TOOMHY, President.
H T. MOORE, VT. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. It M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I 0 0. V
VUltlag brothers cordially Invited t
K V TODD, ".irhcm
a n MUitpin c 111 it
tlAMIEN COUNCIL No. EG Y M. I
Meets avery second and fjurth Wed
ncsday of each month at Ban An onio
Hall. Vlsltine brothers cordially ip
vlted to attend.
F. W WI?i:d, Pres.
E. V. 1QDI). Secy.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
cross sales. Some try to io
it ky cutting down minim;;
the same amount of busi-j
ness as you did last year,
We can show you another
system that will increase I
both your gross sales and 1
percentage of profit. Call'
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co. '
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that is provided by the famoui
and most equitable Laws of Mass
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
H0N8LULU, T. H.
Illank boohs of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
King and Bethel Sts.
Evaporation Of Milk
The successful evaporation of
milk and cream requires that the
milk be produced under the best
hygienic conditions and from the
purest and most wholesome food.
Is the product of
healthy Pacific Coast
cows, fed on selected
pasturage and rations,
and milked In cleanly
get a rich, pure milk,
which Is Immediately
Every can Is unl
form, and you can al
ways depend upon its
In making bread, If ou u Carnation
Cream instead of water, the bread will
have a rlclitr tin 01 jnd hi';! it until
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD,,
Phone Main 22.
A PERFECT DEFENCE
For 14 years this roof
ing has been on the mar
ket. It is the first pre
pared roofing ever made,
and none of its many im
itations can in any way
equal it. This roofing is
odorless and elastic, wea
ther and acid ptoof and
the most economical pre
paration you can pur
177 S. KINO ST.
Prit,ne3t Swe(!t PCkled Peaches
nd pra ,, Dranded cherries and
TnY oomc today.
u ,.., ., j " jt
C?,ry 1' & U)., LlO.,
fatal! 21 Plioncs-02 Wholesale
have opened a horaeshot
Ing department In eonnee
tlon with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, :; :: :: :t
Phone MAIN W
FOR THE -
LOCAL AMI (il'NIilUL
A 60-eenl Bui Id In want ad
last week rented a house that
displayed a "For Rent" sign
for three months.
Panama halt HmiImhI nt tlm Globe
A iure tins been found Hie ad
lint cup of coffee In tho illy New
I'kiral Parade Ihundlw or iht Pa
cini IK its, nt nil newsstands
Judge l.lndwi) Hits tnoi lilDK
(used frinn further Out) nil the Jur
w of the .Innuar) term
Kntiitlln Ufm fhlH mtirnltifr niiimln
tul Kiiiirillnn ad lliein of hor daigh-LJi
tor llietia K Kiipiiaoknianl, b JudgoUims. Lowering the price by lower
The (line of tbu l'arlllc Mall
tiKiilust the OredRer 1'aUflc which
Iiiih been tin dial In the redcinl
Court fur the past tin dns, hns
Mine user until next Tinsdii) It Is
luob.ible tbnt the lumber Hunt iu"
Whlih was ioiitKineil III fuor of tlio
OredKur case, will be resumed on
The renciHk-ltolhuell cum will
pmbnbly iiilue to u close lidti). It
the Jiirj Is nlile to nrrhu nt a dccl
rliin The Inwjtrs fur the opi'oxli'K
ililcs were this miirnlliK uliKiiginl
with .Itidfie l)e Dolt In It) ing to come
to an agreement on the limtrui tlons
. Iilih hIiuiiIiI be Khcn tit the Jnrj
The latter was excused until 2
o clock this afternoon
INCOME TAX FUNDS
(Continued from Page t)
limine Hill ir, rclatlliK to loroiurs
inquests, wuh iifernd to the Judlclurt
Semite Hill GO lelatlliK to private
ichools, paKHtd tills .1 reading
'10 K.NfOl ItAdi: IIAII.UOAIW
Senate Hill &I, ixtiujitliiK from tnxeti
for ten .much loiniiitiu inrrler rullloJils
on llawnti, which nui) be coiistructed
ilurliiK the next two iiik lame up
lor cccoiiil rtadhiK
WihiiU moid to aiucuil the bill so
as to extinil Its operation to all the
Islands, iiiul extending tho jierlud In
which such rnllroads ma lie construcl
cd to live iears M-ikckuii wauled to
make It time ears Woods diluted
out that It would take ubout n cnr Id
Ket lallrond malerliil here ClillltiiK
worth said that the nature of the law
passed .would hae much to do wllh
the success of promoters In nnanclni;
rallioads DoUKett said In that case
tho number of miles sjitclfled to be
built within the time limit from Ibc
to llfteeu miles McCarthy said ho hud
assist! il In 1&90 to Mite for tho O It
& I, Co Hiibld, und he would be Kind
to assist the bulldliiR of lullrouds Ma
kel.au s motion was lost Wood 8 mo
Woods added ,i section providing
thai no inlltoad o,(ratliiK nt prewnt
should bo exemjit from taxation excejit
ns to extensions Hindu hereafter Dow
se It mined to make the law apply to
common carrier railroad cumimulc-K
onls add to nidi proper!) us has lived
on tho new line
McCarth said he did not fcee why
corporations should he kIwii prhlh'Kii
which an Individual hud not Theru
foro he opposed Dow sett's ameiidinent.
Dow sett uuswered that his amendment
wns lulended to ceinDno the exemption
to tha projieit) which was used ex
clushel) on tho nets road
Smith further amended Woods
amendment lij nddliiK thut propel ly
hereafter acquired for tho exclusive
use of new hiunchcx should also b3
exempt. Dousett said that that would
cover tho intention of his amendment
Dowsett'H amendment was lost
Smith's and Woods' aintndmeiitH car
ried, und tho bill passed te-cond lead
InR. COUNTV .MKASUIIUS TADI-KD.
Senate 11111,77, punldliiK thut no ap
pointive count) olllccr shall reecho
more pay than tho Treasurer of the
county for which he wus appointed,
was tabled as wns recommended by
tho Judiciary committee's lejiort tbcio-
on. House Dili 25, provldliiK for tho
POinent nt count) emplojes elolng
manual Inlior weekly, was also queered
b) a similar report, and was tabled.
Senate mil Ifi, provlilInK 1 a da)
pay for wltnosses In criminal cisch,
was leturned from Die House, wlieie
It had passed third rendliiR, but had
been amended by mukliiK tho amount
COc. Downed inencd to eoncui in tho
amendment Mnkckan said that heic
tofoio tho Roveruiucut hud dono iu
best to take enro ot such witnesses
Now If tho 50c pay Wus Riven this could
not bo dono, lie moved to icfor tho
bill to a conference committee. Chit-
.liiRWorth said that heretofoio such
wltncsses hud been mild from SI to 3
il day by tho Attennc) General's De-
parlinont. It wns fur better to hnvo
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit!
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are suie to se
cure coriect styles and a good fit.
W. W. Aliana & Co.,
j, 82 King 61
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. 0, Box 081
alwas been one of our chief
ing the quality, and substituting, is
t.ot our policy The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for jou
in high quality of our goods,
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
H, GULMAN MAKES GOOD JEWELRY
If it were not for the high quality and the greater value of
the II. C (High Class) goods, H. CULMAN would not be the
leading manufacturer of HAWAIIAN ENAMELED SOUVENIR
I want every buyer to test the nbeve statement by inspecting
my goods To inspect and to compare thoioughly will convince
you that the
H. C. GOODS ARE
Your visit will not be complete unless you try a Hawaiian Cigar,
This cigar is made of one-half Hawaiian and the other half Ha
vana tobacco. This combination makes a ciirar eaual if not superior to
nny high-grade clear Havana cigar on
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS, OR THE MYRTLE CIOAR STORE.
Easter Egg Dyes
PLEASURE FOR THE CHILDREN.
When you get them a package of dyes for their Easier Eggs.
All the latest assortments, every one of them new and fresh.
Buster Brown Dyes
Buster Brown Transfers
White Rabbit Paper Transfers
Fleck's Paper Dyes
Each package contains from eight to twenty-four varieties of nov
el designs for the decoration of the Easter Eggs. You get one pack
age for a nlcklo that will give ycur boy a dollar's worth of fun.
n certain sum Mated, us It would In
tho end ho clieapei and would pi event
the uppioprlatlon for the purpose In a
lump sum Ho moved not t oeonciu
This curried b) mi unanimous vote.
Tlio cliaii appointed tliojudlclar) Com
mittee to net as a conference commit
tee. 1HMJ3 nm:uiu:n.
House Hill 5, altering the boundaries
of the senatorial district of Hawaii,
wns refened to a committee composed
of tho Hawaii senators.
House Hill 20, relation to tho re
moval of county olllcert), wub leteued
to tho County Committee,
House Hills 41, relating to tho pio-
mulgatlon of laws; 52, relating to to
8t'i questions, 91, relating to costs
of couit, 102, lelntliiR to fnndj; 103,
relating to terms of court, IOC, relat
ing to the compensation of the becond
dlstilet numlstruto of Honolulu; ICO,
lelatlug tocosts and fees, und 1J7, io
luting to acknowledgments; weio ie
feircd to ho Judiciary Committee,
House 1)111 1J, lelatlug to tho lusano
As)lum, was refened to the Health
House Hill llj, relating to Jmomc
lux, came un for becond leading.
Mc('arth) eald that this luw mlgl t
bo amended In such u munnei Uiut In
come tux funds might ha secured which
ioiiIiI be used to pay for the Importa
tion of Immigrants. This would bo uu
Important thing, as under Attorney
Genual llounpaite's nilliig on funds,
except tenltorlal, could bo used for
iiHsiblnurn of Immolation, Ho thcie
foiu moved to icfer tho hill to (he
Vu)ft and, .Means Committee, Can led
A lecess wuh (alien until p, m
The history, literature
and Influence of the dr
ma Is charmingly discuss
ed In this 20 volume edl
tlon, The edition It half
red Morocco, and It tplen
didly Illustrated. It It
told on eaty payments, ev- f
try purchaser receiving
five beautiful portfolios of
"The World's Fifty Oreat
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin olves a complete summary af
I in news of th day.
J 064 Fort St.
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
the market. Can be had of
& Co., Ltd.
(Continued from Page 1)
f i om going on Tnntultis or on tho
l.onolilkl lands, to got Hhiubs nnil
(lowers. It only provides tbnt tliey
must have u permit to do so.
"This bill," ho said. "Is Intended
to protect tho forests of Hawaii. It
was not drafted by Senator Uovvsctt;
It wis drafted by a man tint Terri
tory p.i)H 2r0 a month to look after
tho trees, Torestor Hosmor."
Hawllns agreed with Kalelopu
thut tho bill was too broad In its pro
visions In thut it Included "every
shrub," und thought thut should bo
Ho also objected to tbo bill on an
other Kiouiid thut It would oporato
against telephone, telegiapji und rail
way companies. Tho bill Iu general,
ho said, was u good one, and with u
few amendments ought to pass. Ho
moved thut action bo defcricd for u
Kalelopu spoko again on the hill.
Tho measure, ho said, wus Intendel
t( protect Tuntulus, which was nil
right, but why should It be made to
apply tii till tlio Tcrrltoiy Just for tho
suko of piotectlng n pint of the Isl
and of Oahu?
If ANIIIO AOAIN IN ACTION
Kanllio onco more made himself
heard In tho House. Illness, had mado
his vnleo less sonorous and tinging
Hum usual, but everybody picscnt
know when ho was speaking,
ilo Hiippoitod tho motion In post
pone Indefinitely. Tho hill, ho said,
lf,neH too fm, Accniillug to Its piovl-
lm rvpti lb awPrtetttH! nf llt
isstt. nti m Irw niHtM rnHsi llw MM
fm it M II IrnWe Iti rHOillirm-fii
l M Mil IHrU'ltlMINATIOK
fttli Mhl hr BMilleriwiH turn
Kolisls. inn ihi mi llir Uml hikI In
Juie the tti-r-s wllliont IiHiik tiunlsh
id, bill If n lunii i1ik- the Mine he I'
liable to inihlftliliirlit. W'h) shimlil n
iow be I lowed lei do n t III UK whMi
n inn n inn) not do
aivioi.i:h MAIDUN rpcccii
Wnlwalole tixik this bill ns the
Hihjcel for Ills tnnldeii Si-eili, He
tlioiiRht It the duty of the lglsln
lllle to look nfler the Interests of
those who live on the Innil, no that
they should derive the bene tit "I
i!o not think." he said, "Hint It Is
tight not to look after tho Inten-sil
l those who imn laige tracts of
'and I support the motion of tho
Hon Mr Itnw litis In defer net Ion for
'Hiiiiin of the members inny think',"
said I'all, "thai snltliiK rotten meat
makes it kimhI, Our statute' books
jire full of rotten laws now We
i-tlon'l need tn mid unother one. U't
us nip this hill In the bud "
v Tor the flrsL time this session tlio
usunll) snilllng I'nli beenmo excited
He fairly danced and ixitindud the
desk like nn old-time camp-meeting
preailicr, while his voice could have
been heard In n stork exchange riot
Whether It was his eloqucneo that
(onvlmed the House, or tho urgu
luents of tho other speakers, tho Ben
llnient of the members war against
tho bill, and tho motion to postpone
Indefinitely wns carried.
SMITH'S IIII.I, TAIIUM)
The report of tho Health and Po
lice Committee, recomfhendlng tho
tabling of Senator Smith's Hciiuto
HIM 49, un act to estubllsh the rights
of Inn-keepers and like persons with
le speet to baggage and pioperty of
quests, was the subject of u lively
Coney, (hnlrmaii of the commit
tee, did not (oncur In tho report, und
moved that It bo tallied.
Ilo said that Hawaii Is trying to
(iHourago tourists to come to Ha
waii, but they would not come un
less there were good hotels here, and
fiood hotels could not exist without
protection for tho hotel keepers.
Such laws ns the one proposed nre
In effect on the mainland, he said.
That wns no reasop, according to
the way Pall looked ut It, why Ha
waii should hnvo such laws. "We'd
better wait until we lire Americans,"
he slid, "befoie we pass American
Another member could not see how
the bill would help tho Huwalluns.
Coney replied that it wus Intended
to affect Hawutlans, who do ifofpa
tinnize the hotels, very much, but
wus Intended to protect hotel keep
cm against tourists who might try
to bent them. Ills arguments, bow-
ever, were unavailing and tho bill
a som:mk OCCASION
Sheldon Introduced u bill this
morning thut Is a worider, ut least In
Its wording. It Is entitled "An Act
to require the Supremo Court to roll'
iter opinions' to tho Legislature and
to the Governor," and reuds us fo
"It shall bo the duty of tho Jus
(Ices of tho Supreme Couit of the
Terrltor) to f mulsh, upon request,
le1 either branch of thu Legislature,
i.ud to tho Governor, opinions In
writing, upon Important questions of
luw and upon solemn occasions."
The Uiuds Committee reported on
House He-solution 147, presented by
Ma hoe, asking Jlu.OOO for extending
und constructing Queen street to
Sheridan street und Sia.OOO for ex
tending School sticet from Kalllil
street (o Kniuchumeha IV road, und
Housa Petition 37 from the Win. Ke
lllnui Land Settlement Association
lit Pepcekeo, llllo, asking that tho
Government land of Kulalno In said
district bo laid out Into lots for set
tlement purposes, recommending that
they be tabled. The reports wero
Tho Health nnd Police Commltteo
reported on Ilouno Hill 130, Introduc
ed by Moanattll, .i.il.lng appropriation
for tho purpose of paying tho claims
ot police offlceis of tho County of Ha
waii, recommending its passage. Tho
leport was adopted and tho bill pass
ed second reading and was mado a
special order ot t onion ow.
House Hill 140, Introduced by Ka
lelopu, providing for u medical In
spector of public schools, wus recom
mended for passage. Kulco did not
concur. Tha report was adopted und
the bill passed second reading.
Houso 1)111 122, Introduced liy Ala
nm, piovldlng u medical Inspector for
eueli County of the Territory, wns
tubled, us tha subject matter Is cov
ered in Houso 1)111 149.
TIIIIIH llL'ADING JOINT
Tlilid reading of House Joint Res
olution 2, appointing five mctnboiH,
two from tlio Sonata und three from
the House, to Investigate the own
ership, condition und management
of the landings und wharves of
the Tcrrltoiy, to report at tho next
session of the Legislature, cama up
for third leading. On motion of Co
r,ey, tho resolution was deferred for
further consldeiatlon until tnmor
low, Sounto 1)111 CO, making all schools
established nnd maintained by tho
Doputmeut In accordance with law,
public, schools, and Senate 1)111 07,
making thu English language tho
MtHtcJn), .Miirrh W
0fei KflltltaHl. fH)IH Akl'S UlldlllK
1 li tu
A -II rt K .NebinxWnn, fiom Hflp
I'rnmlteii ufl iit. 10 P in. laid lill'lit
TuitHlny, Mnrth 2;
T K K H H, lloiigkniiK .Mnru, liom
YokolinniH, It a In
llr H H Piindii, I'nrge, (linn New
(n.tl with coiil, II a in
Aimed Maieh 22 Am. bk W II
I'lliit, HaliKHi, 2 dn from lliiuoliilii
Mondn), Marrh 2.1
filmr. Ke An lion, Tullett. for Kaunl
IHirls, r p m
Tuesday, March 20
Hlnir. Mniiim Iia, Hlinersoii, lor Maul
mid llnwnll juirls, noon
Jit in r. Klnnu, rreeiunu, for llllo nnd
Wll) HirtS, tllHlll
Stmr W. U Hall, K 'Ihompson, for
Kaunl jui Is, S Ji m
Hlinr. Iwaldill. Pills, for Molokni,
Maul und linaUlortH, r. ji. iu
Ktmr l.lkellke .V.iopala, for Kuwul
hue, 3 p in
Jup S S. Hongkong .M.lru, lb nt, for
Stmr Mlkuhulu, Gregor), from K.nul
liorls, earl) lii uioinlng
J PAS8ENQERS X
1 Arrived K
I'rom the Orient, per H S Hong
kong Mum, Mai eli 20, I'or Hono
lulu: llalph G K I'orster and ser
vant, Y. Imumurii nnd servuul, LI
Tslng Men, Mrs, Y Imniniira, Infant
nnd servuul, Ip lliirug Wing l'or
Sun rraiulsco, Cap! J G Adamsou,
A. I". Allen, Itev A. M. Alves, A. An
derson, l S N, C n. II. Ileavls.
Mrs I'. J. Ileverage nnd maid, Miss
Marian lloverldge, Miss I'll) Ills ll.iv-
erldgc, A. II, Glagdin, Miss L. G.
Ilobenhouse. I)r. (1 S. Ilogert, V H.
N.; Mrs. G. S Ilogert. I). Ilrants.
Miss Allco II rooks, Major A. A. Chi
chester, Mrs A. A. Chichester, 1L
(Iw)iine Kvans, . Porstmns, Miss
II. Gillette, C. S (livens, C II.
Graves, Mrs. C. II. Graves, Miss Dm-
othy Graves, Otto Gross, It. V. Hard-
mun, Ensign J, W, Ilnyward, U, S.
N ; A. K. Holllngsworth, George
Krcch, Miss Margaret I). Lewis, 11.
II. Mnglll, S. L McCalla, Miss M.
McCalla, Miss J. McCalla, Guy Mur
ky, Miss K. M. ltuddick, S. C. Sump
Mil, Mrs. S. C. Sampson und child. iUir
Mrs. B. Turner, Mrs. J. Sprowl Walk
er, W. J. Waters, M. Yiisiimolo, Ma
Wnl Noong, Mrs. L. M, I'linl.
Per S. S. Ncb.'asknn, from Sail
Krnneisco, .March 20, Mr. Isenberg,
It. II. Carpenter,
X PA88ENQER8 V
X Departing a
Per stmr, Klnau, for llllo and wn
imrts, March 2C J. S. Kimball uud
wife, W. J.'Iloblnson, N. C. Wllllong.
Miss Austin, MUs M. MeCuudlcss, Mrs.
A. J. Campbell, Mrs. It. R croft, MIsbcm
llruce, It. P. Hobllison, A. J. Meud, Geo.
Dcurgus uud wife, Dr. Ilogers, A. M.
Culver, A. It Monroe and wife, Mrs.
I). J. Smith, Miss M. It. Dunning, Mrs.
Mclluskey, Mrs, llerger, G. J, Lulev
and wife, i: T. I'awons und wirv.lra.
llond, Irs. Hentou, It. It. llryhijliif.,
C. II. Ilnjl. It. W. StiliiKle. W. V. Dil
lingham, i J. Cross and wife, Waller
Burke, Mrs. K. P. Ilurke, a. Itogcrs, A.
Y. Stodart, A. W. Carter, II. II. Hentou,
John llnll, J. i:. Metculfo und wife,
Mrs. A. M. Drown, Miss II. Drown.
Per stmr. Maenu Um, for Muul and
Hawaii ports. March 20 0. S. Kelll,
Itcv. J. J. Methcws, Mrs. W. C. Moore,
S. M. Uallou, Miss Heard, Mis. Me
Wayne, Mrs. II. Jueger. M. P. Itoblu
Hon, It. A. McWa)nc, Miss Alice Ontul,
Itev. C. W. Kueu, Mrs. J. J. Dickenson
Per stmr. Ke An Hon, for Annhol.i,
March 25. MIbs Perry.
H 'PA86ENQER8 M
ft Booked B
Per stmr. W. a. Hall, for Kaunl,
Merch 20. Mrs. Ha)seldcn, II, I. Hay
Seidell, J. S. Malone), J, K. Furley,
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, W. risher.
medium of education In public
tchools, weio dofcired for consider
ation until tomoriow.
House Dill 124, authorizing tho
election of load supervisors, was do
lei red for consideration until this af
ternoon ou motion of Sheldon.
House Hill 1GG, piovldlng for pub
lic loans by tho County of Maul,
which wub roferred to the l'lnance
Committee; House 1)111 150, relating
to written testimony ot ull witnesses
examined ut any Inquest, which wuti
referred to the Judiciary Committee,
und llousa Hill 157, lelatlug to foi
wurdlng to tho Attorney General of
tho Tonltory of u true und correet
ropy of tho Inquisition of any coi li
ner's Jury, which was referred to the
Pollco Commltteo, passed second lea
The Houso nt 11 o'clock this moi
Ing adjoin ned until 2 p. in.
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