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Hawaii Senators Roast
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Much 20, 1907
NAMI Of- STOCK
Fwa plantation In
Maw Com 4 ftnx Co
Hawaiian 4n(ar Co
lloimtni, Sugar Co
llounka Sujar Co i
Haiku Sugar Co .....
Kahtilni Planlatlon Ci
Mpahalil buent in
The HAWAIIAN COILED SPRING FENCE, one of the hundred styles
made by the Duplex Automatic Ball-Bearing Wire Fence Maohine. Sold by
J. G. AXTBLL & CO.,
1048-iO ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU. T. H.
PHONE BLUE 1801.
P. 0. BOX 649.
.. TRY 80ME OTHER. THEN TRY THI8!
We have the tole Agency and have had It for years.
Eecsuse we have found It the bait!
Denman. hai the finest Creamery In California.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
11 J IJJ L
240 (3) 240.
We have In stock the finest cheese made In the Unit
ed States. Neufchatsl, the cheese for any meal, wai
not obtainable last month but now we have a supply.
May we have your orders for something In our line?
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try ur KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and BIN
3ER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. 8. LEITHEAD MANAGER
2Sth Day Afternoon Session,
The consideration nf the salary bill
again engrossed Ihu attention of tho
Senate. Drown moved lu raise the sal
ary of tli lllto pilot from $150 to $200.
Dowrctt opposed II. Utile moved to
make It JIM) Smith npixiscd the raise.
laities motion can led
111 own wnntod lu raise the snlailc
of lllli) pilot ho)s from $S0 to $SI0.
Makclinti wanted to defer the Items
under the Uiiid Commissioners De
partment, lie raid that the appropri
ation kIioiiUI n()t lie allowed to stand
In the way of other measiires,aH It could
bo considered In special session. He
kicked nt the Item of (9000 for sub
agents mid rangers, us It gnvo 1(h) much
power to tho Commissioner. It should
bo Itemized. Ills motion to defer win
Makeknti moved to decreaso tho Ijind
Commissioner's salary from (300 to
$250. Drown favored this. Ho said
Pratt was tho cause of much dlssnt-1
Isfuctlon. Many complalntH had been
inudo UKUlust liliu, where ho had ac
cepted pajiuttit for lauds from settlers
and then afterwards kicked tlicm out.
That official had practically nothing
to do except advertising laud openings.
The real work was done by the Survey
Pepartment. The present Incumbent
also made conditions for getting land
very hard for old residents, but easy
Smith said ho had heard that there
had been many complaints, but the of
fice and not tin Individual who occu
pied it was under tho discussion.
Lane favored the reduction ns tho
Treasurer had been reduced to $250,
and tho department heads ought all to
bo paid at tho uimo rule.
Don sett said the Superintendent of
Public Works got 300. The Senators
had been going for tho Incumbent, and
that was not proper.
Tho motion to reduce was lost nud
the item passed at $300.
Makekau moved to ralso thu salary
of th stenographer of the Supreme
Court from $100 to $12.",. Carried.
In the Judiciary Department tho Item
of a Portuguese luterpieter ut $85 was
Inserted. Makekau got the pay of tho
deputy elerk of the Third Circuit raised
to $100. Tho salary of the first assist
ants attorney general was raised to
$250. Drown and Makekau tried to cut
out the other assistants, hut failed.
"Ifi the Kducdtlou Department the
pa' of the superintendent was raised
from $250 to $300, but when It came to
tho J'Oii.000 Item, which will allow the
icdemptloii of the pledge to pay thu
teachers according to the schedulo
which win In force beforo tho cut, Dow-
sett, who hud been fighting for most
of the raises, now fought the raise. Ho
said he wanted tho teuchcrs who had
hud their salaries cut and who had
Btuck to their posts In spite of tho .20
per tent leduitlon, lo come lu on the
Incicase. For this leasou he wanted
to reduce the Item to JGC0.000, and to
mako tho appropriation on the follow
I. Ko person employed as u teacher
'by tho llcird of lMucallon shall re
celvb a snlaiy ,lu excess or $200 per
-i aNll.Jieisuu. employed as a teacher
by tliiillouru oMCdueatlon lu receipt of
u Balitry-iibfrtiot less than $125 per
month'Unall reecho an Increaso of hiicu
salary In respect of tho position now
held by him or her.
3. No person employed as u teacher
by the Hoard of Ddiicatlou shall re
ceive a greater salary than $125 per
mouth in any position of teacher where
tho sulary ol tho present Incumbent
noes not exceed $125 per month.
These recommendations were Dow-
setl's own and were nut those of uny
oat' sugar Co
Oihjiik bncar -o ... I
Ouloll Smar llanl Co)
Otaa ugar Co Uil
uiowaiu 1.0 u
I'aaliaa Sugar VUl.t Co)
ratine Sasar Mill
fala Plantation Cn
Peurtkwi Sugar Co
Waiatua AlliC Co.
Wu'luka aa.ar Co ,
VValmea Suiat Mill Co
lalar-HUad Nmm N Ou
Hawaiian Mwtllc Co
Huu K T ft I. Co l'll
llou K T I. Co Cora
Matual Telrpbouc Co
Nablku kaktxr Co.,
Nihil" Hull, Co.
A"a . ......
Oalm R tt t. Co. ...
Hon It MC. ....
Haw T-r,pcFllf CI)
iiaw ict i pc.
flaw TT,K PC...
llawTtr 4M pc...
HawTtr I pc...
Haw Clov'l c lit....
Cal Hrl Sue i Rl Col
ope. . ..
HalLuSuftar Co 6 tic
I law Com Si Sag Co )
Iiaw niirar v.o pc.
IIIK K K 1.0 iin ape
Hon K T k t. Cot pr
a.aimka I ant lob d c
tlaha K St 1. Co 6 c"
Uaha Sugar Co t p c
t)Ua Sugar Co tn c... .
rata rianiaiion v.o . .
I'kwwr Mill Co tuc
Waiataa At rlc Co f p r
U.tt..Jk ..' A-
vt t t
Sales Del. Hoards; $5000 0, it. &
1,. Cs, $102.50; G00 O. It. & U. Gs.
$102.50: 100 Olan, $3,62 1-2; 100
O.ilut Sugar Co., $24.75; 25 Klhel,
$8.12 1-2: 60 Klhel, $8.12 1-2. Ses
sion: 100 Ookala, $8.87 1-2; 5 O. It.
& I... $95; 20 Mcllryde, $5; 5 O. It.
tc I... $95.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.5325 cU.,
or $70.65 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9s 3d
SUGAR, - - 3.5325
Hinry WitarloNse Trust Co.,
Stock inL fold Dipaittntn.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manner,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
j TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
STOCKS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Following are the quotations for
suutr stock in tho San Kraiiclsco Kx-
change Murch 18:
llnw. Com 83 85
lloiiokua uvs '-'--J
Hutch S. 1. IS MU
Onomea 3IU 3G
l'aauliau Hli 15
Union Sugar 45
do jkioI 45
McCarthy said that thcro was dis
crimination shown In tho department,
and believed that pay should be given
In accordance for merit. On motion by
Hewitt tho Item passed at $GCO,000.
Tho salary of tho Superintendent of
tho Hois' Industrial school was cut
$25. An Item for a general sanitary in
speclnr at $150 was inserted. The as
sistant sanitary Inspector of llllo was
raised $50. An Item of $2880 for pay
of sheriff and police of Kalawao was
Inserted. Tho salary of tho Treasuicr
was reconsidered and raised to $300.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Convert a Dull, Dry Lunch
Into An Enjoyable Meal By
You will have a fine appetite and
will relish your food a hundred per
cent better. The beer Is also a
most wholesome food.
A 90 cent Bulletin want ad.
lait week found a fine gold
watch for Its owner,
IVtfr's Mffjseurer Kfrvlif. Mnlu 3G1.
Tall) hot, livery, autoe. SlkyUw. BtblA
Low prlin at tho New England Mak
A sccond-linnd tjitewrltcr Is wnnted.
See cttisslflcd nil,
t Coma to the Hawaiian News Co.,
Mil., for ladles' lino leather bags,
Jmt In due ussortinent National
lllsciill Co.'s oruckrrs. Day & Co.
Mystic lAKlge, No. 2, K. ol V. meets
tonlsut in K. of I'. Hall. King street.
Toko our carriage or automobile to
Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fur up-
A. T. Ilrock Himcceds w. T. Hawnna
ns Itefcree In tlaukritptey. Judge Polo
made the appointment.
Mrs. Kearns' Hawaiian preserves anil
chutney packed and shipped by eery
rteatner. Order it lure.
Denny & Co. lent automatic sewing
machines, $1. per week or $3 u mouth
Phone Main 4.SS. Tort St
tegular meeting of Court Ciiinocs,
Order of foresters, this evening lu San
Antonio halt lit 7:30 o'clock.
There Is only one Expert Hat Clean
er, one location. Try Mm. 1127 l'ort
Street, ouiioslte Club Stnnlcs.
Have uu some Idle money to Invest J
Consult I. K. II. Strum), financial
To get real good Hawaiian enameled
Jewelry you should go to II. Culman,
1001 Kort street.
The stock books of the Pioneer Mill
Co. will be closed to transfers from
March 27 to April 1.
Anyone wishing Instruction In book
keeping, shorthand, Latin op Herman,
will kindly cull ut 010 S. King St.
Kxcelslor trudge, 1. O, O. 1'., meets
this c.cnlng for work lu the third de
gree. All members aiu requested to
The finest quality of dress, hnndker
chlel and pillow linens ate Included In
tho new goods which Worn lias Just
Pxtenslvo re in Irs nre contemplated
lor tho Y. M. C. A. building. A gen
eral remodeling of the Interior will
Thcro will be u meeting of tho Ku-
paliulii Improvement Club on Wednes
day ccnlng at the offlio of J. J, Ignu,
Otorgo I.yrurgus Intends leaving
soon with his family for an extended
trip through the old world, llu ix-
petln to be gono u jenr.
It Is Important that you uso tho best
roofing, the kind that resists lire, acid
and weather. That Is Huberuld, sold
by lowers & Cooke, Ltd.
The adjourned annual meeting; of
the Auto Club will be hold this eve
ning at 7:30 lu the Piomotlon Com
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. C
Bergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attendauto absolutely flrsl class.
Finest bathing on thu bsaoh.
Sheriff laukca'B alleged neglect of
guarding prisoners while nt coiir,t,.will
bo investigated by a committee com-
loosed of Supervisors Archer, Cox und
K.cryday we nro in Jeopardy, and It
Is a wonder thero aro not mora acci
dents. A policy In tho Standard Life
and Accident Insuranco Co. Is a wlso
Investment. Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.,
The address at tho noon-day service
ut tho Y. M. C. A. tomorrow will be
made by Paul Super. All men are cor
dially Invited to iutt:..l. TIic service
will bo from 12:05 to 12:25.
Owners of automobiles uro supplying
themselves with Columbia dry bat
teries. They find them to bo the
strongest, und tho most comcnlem.
The Schiimuu Cnrrlago Co, and i;. O.
lall & Son sell tliem. Hawaiian ICIec
trle Co., Ltd., distributors.
Chief Clerk ConkllngrdporU thut up
to the close of (ho lueuty-clghtli da)'s
session tho Lcglslaturo'ilian, panned s.
bills. Fur tho corresponding number
of days of tho 1905 legislature, only
eight bills wero passed; just une
qual ter of the work dono by the pics-
A pmiused fair Is on the boards for
April G. It will bo given for the ben
cflt of the nursing department of the
Palama Settlement. Their building
on King street, opposite tho I'nlntuu
junction, will bo tho scene of festiv
ities. The cntlro receipts will be de
voted to the nursing fund.
Famine conditions in China aro fast
spreading. It Is now feared that the
Kwangtung province will experience
the pangs of hunger. Hlco has gono up
to prices outsldo thu reacli of the poor
man. Appeals .ire made to tho outsldo
world for help for this special district,
for If famine once gets a foothold on
Kwangtung tho conditions will be
Hot Cross Buns
THE TALM 1ms n iplcmliil nisortmcnt of novelties
Eggs dyed any color in great variety.
Patrons will kindly send in orders early for
Hot Cross Buns.
116 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 311
We Just Got 'Em
New Lot SPRING SUITINGS juit arrived.
We make 'em to your measure at rcady-to-wcar prices.
$20 to $30
Martin, Hotel St.
A Rainier Hint
(With apologies to Robert Hums)
When drouthy legislators meet,
An' House to Senate gi'es a treat
Wi' RAINIER'S brew, aye hard to
The stein a' liftin',
A toast they drink most awfu' sweet,
The Ladies ! Bless 'em.
The Ladies .ill like Rainier Beer.
C. A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main J33J
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DRPOT FOR BOSS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
ONE OF MANY OF M'uALl'S PATTERNS
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-180 j KINQ STREET.
k A New Line of
Embroidery and Yoke Lace
Side and Back Combs i
Also, Ready-Made Muslin Shirt Waists
I WAH YING CHONG CO., f
;i rsinu oi tws oiut mniui. t,.
HEAL BflTATg THAKIAOTIOXB.
Recorded March 10, 1007
Apona Aklona and wf et ul to Kc-
aknlkawal (k); D; pes land, Pnlolo,
Honolulu; $100. 1) 292, p 6. Dat
ed Mar 18, 1907.
Kcakalkawul (k) to Aklona Afong
(k); D; Apk2, Land Pat 8075, Pa-
lolo, Honolulu; $100. II 292, p 8.
Dated Mur 18, 1907.
Keakalkawal (k) to Meleana
Stone; D; por Ap 2, U P 2547, Kul
34101), I'alolo, Honolulu; $100. II
292, p 9. Dated Mar IS, 1907.
8 W Wilcox to Annlo II Kentwcll;
Par Kel; 4950 sq ft land, Walklkl
lal, Honolulu; $500, II 289, p 459.
Dated Sept 8, 1906.
Annlo H Kontwoll and hub (I, K)
tn Mrs F T Illckertou; D; 4950 sq
ft land, Wnlklkl-kol, Honolulu; $525.
II 292, p IP. Dated Aug 31, 1900,
P T Illckertou to A K Ozuwa; Ilev
I' A; powers granted In 11 224, P 27.
II 294, p 70. Dated Mar 19, 1907.
Klnl Nuuanu to M W Tschudl; M;
It 1 4032, Kill 835N, Ap 2, Wnlp.i,
Ilaualel, Kauai; $400. II 289, p
101. Dated Mur 9, 1907.
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