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Kotary Public. Klrst Judicial Circuit
MARCH L'S. lOin
Tlie curfew law. recently pline'l
en the Htutiite 'iiHikK. Ih north Kecniul
reading t n a freak.
Whatever Mw do. lrglslutp In the
alntercHl of Uir. PUbJlVchooU jiot
the private Institutions.
Cut out the County Supervisor sal
i.y increase. It represents neither
Cood sense nor good public pulley.
Trims-Pacific wheless and n llght-
limine at Makiiputi Point open up 'i
vista of uxoful possilillltleH for a tit I lp
of desert land.
Some of our statesmen appear de
termined to'grnh all thu available
funiU so tbeie ulll he no possibility
of u siiriduK for immigrutlon.
The lute llerr Ntilto wus an oxum-
plo of tho ract that mighty deeds are
not necessary to a contented und use
ful Hie Ho had n big heart mid
Kohnla now has a hospital on pa
per and It Is to be hoped will get
onoiigh money to run It. Hut llm
lumls should mil be stolen from In
rtltutlous already In exlstenco.
As they obtain more Intimate
Knowledge of conditions, legislator
better understand tho difficulty of
making it hartl-and-fiiKt rule lit oven
t-chool-tcncher in u list of four hun
dred or morn.
"Ilnjoy yourselves" should ho lla
wuli'o welcome to the Congressloniil
party. 11 will not take long fur
theso gentlemen to understand Ha
waii's needs or size up tho man with
en itxo to grind. ,
"Keep (ho old Portuguese,"' nay
the mercantile men. It is nil right
to work for tho retention of till doslr
ublo citizens. Hut it Is not mitllilcnt
lenson for blocking plans to continue
Immigration pi amotion.
If tho picscnt Legislature alms to
do soniothlng practical for the Insane
wurds of the Territory, It will sup
ply funds to ptopeily house them,
und put an end to the hideous law
which requires commitment by u
j.ollru magistrate. It wns during thu
dark ages that iinfoituniito persons
weio treated us criminals.
Tho Uxccutlvo Committee hat al
' ways had lit mind, and, in lis nets,
' endeavored to do, thoso things which
the whole association would have fa
Mircd and directed lould It have been
culled together each tlino that occ.i
, blou leiitilred. Civic federation Ho-
Kxcusn Iho public while It takes a
, Ulllot mill lo.
II IP WP i i
atlthnrllntlvo statement tegaii!
Jng Governor Carter's position on the
fcci-ond-lorm matter Is Impohslble H
has stilted In dellnlto language that
liojttloes not want n setond leim And
a fmv wcclts lulcr iJeeiMJii,equ.ill)
deflnllo terms tht'hoflSTglTF take a
rcappolntinent. It may ho u m-t
U it. i i r
frlcnrt kiMMft lite IfcMwtHit'a lfcl-'laal
Hi-Hi and tamtrtw totter than he
hltfiwlf. W itnnhl M, Car mil-1
. i uit. arcnnilMR in hbi o quotal t-,
trraitam, H mwh Ilk th IMfman j
I who hail timney In the batik. KIWI
h thouithl he wttnlnl It, and then he
HOLDING TUB PORTUGUESE.
There I a Wonderful ameunt nf
,nlth twhind ,h, cnijniton that it l
ifulaa liuxInriM policv to 1st old-rcal-i
'li-nt Portuguese leave the Islands In
I hum bra while money I being ex-
leaded liberally l amlsl the arrival
The problem vt ImlilliiR tbo old
iphould Ih approached with tlio aamc
I determination to succeed that cbarac-
terlxod the new Immigration cam-
No law can be painted to hold these
people. Honolulu cannot offer $3. SO
a day In competition with alleged op-
puriunltlee of tho reviving San I'run-
ilxrii It la almost Imppssllilo to etny
the iiplrlt of Htnmpede whlrh ImpulU
u miin receiving $f0. a month and n
homo in i in Iiiom and try Ills fortuuu
nhcic grcnt bIoiIoh ure tud of tho
pruxiieeta for srcit Wealth.
An effort should bu mudc, liownvur.
to Rive the old resident homes mid
homcitetid opportunltle cuual or but
ler Indued than are held tint to tho
Of couiiw this Is up to the plant-
em. It alv.u Is
Hut the planters need tbo Portu
guese. It ought to bo ponsllilo to
hold the older families notwithstand
ing radical departures from old pnll
i Ick inn lie necessary In mime In-
A mmetiii'iil lo iiiiniuer I'ni'tuuticKi'
imlgiatliin hIhmiIiI mllilirv Iho mii
port of the mercantile Intel i-hIk which
hiok aKiincc nt IjiMitloii fur gelier.ll
InimlKratliiii win!;, tliouuh feaiful of
Hpeaking out In meeting
Of the various taxation M'hcni"S
iidvunceil lo fiunlsh a fuiiil fin the
lironiollou of European Immigrutlon.
one following tlio general Hues or
that Introduced In the House by Itep
lescntailw Kiilolojm moots the sllu.i
tioti mine practically than any thing
tints far put to tlte front.
The llulletiii belloeii In a hi ecltlc
Immigration ta of a stilted number
of mills on the dollar of ptoperty wil-
uutlon. the returns from which shall
constitute a fund lo be expended for
Immigration purposes by the Hoard
of Immlgtntlon. There appears, how
ever, such a deep-sot prejudice
kgalnst this method, the theory of
which Is followed b various Slates,
that tho plan seems Impracticable for
A graduated ptoperty mid perwm
al t.i has tho dlstimt advantage of
placing the burden of gcneml taxa
tion on tlio.se best able lo bear II and
In this I nt ta nee on tlioto Industrie i
enjoying the nion Immediate benefit
from Immigration measures. We ate
convinced that continuation of the
European Immigration will be of Im-
moiiM.ilue to all Industries nnd clt-
Uens of tho Terrltorj. The Inline
dlnle tollef, however. Is felt h the
hircer Interc-itH which hlie done the
iiiellmlnnry work and evident cd a
readiness to expend more of their In
tomo to make the work permanent
It will be Impo'u'lble to shape a
luxation measuto nctepl.ible to eerj
one. On a matter of tills i Intruder,
litiwfvcr, citizens or the Territory
hhoil'il I Ice to the occasion iimV adopt
the i Inn i hut will operate with the
wimr' . . . -.
ileal Estate Dep't,
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Gulick Avenue $35.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Lunalilo Street $30.00
Kinau Street $30.00
JJeretania Street $40.00
College Hills $30.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
Lunalilo Street $35.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Beretania Street 10.00
School Street 15.00
Bargain at Kaimuki. One acre of
ground fenced and grassed with six
room house and stable, Good loca
tion. Fine view. $2100,001
Henr) Watorhuuso Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort an-i Merchant Sts
ffMfcm for the rirmMHrH iKxwt. t
.alnira riMlKHBii that the rill-:
lepaewthf HUE thitt thr fill-'
HHtf H ttt thmw hM InHhchiwI I fe lfilf1ff?
irWHrtlrWiInK American iHtrr.!113"1"'1''-'
c In Hawaii
W HONOLULU WCATMER X
H X S K K X K K K JC K M V V -J
Tempciaturos 0 n. tit., (W: 8 n. in.,
75; lo a. m.. 73; noon. 71; morning
Itnrumi let , K n. m., 50.13; nliMilute
humldli). a. in, 6.010 gniinn per
cable foot. iTlatlve humtdil), S n. in..
SO per cent ; dow iwlnt, 8 n. in., 57.
Wind fi n. m.. velocity 13, dlieitliiu
N. G , x n m., velocity 18, direction K.;
10 a. m.. velwlt) 12. dliectlon li; noon,
velocln 17, direction K.
Halnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a
in . . inch.
Total wind mtneinent during 21
hour ended at noon, 3X2 miles.
Wit. H. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, tt. H. Weather ilurcnil.
X H K t JC !t it X Jt X K 3t K 31 K 3l
St BAND CONCERT t
K it i i X X K R if fi K K K
The ltimil Hawaiian Hand wMI glM'
n moonlight concert nt the Seaside
hotel. Wnlklkl. nt 7:30 oVIoik. l-'ol.-lowing
In the program:
Ovetlure "Krcmli Comedy" .... Ileln
Wnllx "llennllful llueie" .....Melslcr
Iteterle "The Passing Hour"
Selection Kriinnl" Vetdl
Vimil Hawaiian Songs.. nr. by llcrgcr
Selection "A Ktimtwuy dlrl"
Interniezro "Cherry" Albert
riiinlf- A Colilci! Shower" . . .
"The jttnr Spangled ll.inuer "
Our Semi - Annual
Monday, April I
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
During this sale we want to close
out the balance of last year's silks
in all the popular weaves.. and WE
WILL DO IT, TOO, IF LOW PRICES
AND HI0H VALUES MEAN ANY
THING. A FEW OF THE MANY:
5Cc Striped Wash Silks 25c
75c Figured Silks 35c
75c Plain Satins 35c
$1 and $1.25 Fancy Silks 50c
$1 Plain Satins ...: 50c
SI to $2 Plain and Fancy Silks. .75c
S1.7C Black Brocades 75c
$1.25 Figured and Plain Silks.. 85c
S2 Black Moire $1.00
WHOLE SALES ARE SALES.
The Meal Department
OPENS AT 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 ri. m,
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may be arranged.
THE CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO.
of San Francisco.
THE INDEMNITY FIRE INSUR
of New York.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
of New York.
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01G FORT STREET.
Reclamation Scheme Is
tOlh Day Aiieinoon Sesslop.
The House yesterday afternoon by
unanimous vote overrode tho veto of
the Coventor on two bills und sus
tained II on ,ono. The overriding of
line veto creaU'H.u rather curious nit
cation. The hlti wus n Senate bll
nml the Semite' had already voted to
BUstaln the Umoritor's veto on the
mcusiiie. Cotseqtie:itly the action (iC
the House In vMUrldlng the veto can
have no etTect otfur than thai of iut
ilng the House ou'iviotd In the mutter.
The bill on which thu House voted
to srrsraltr'thcVdlrwns that provldlhg
un iijipioprintlouof $5000 fur tho le
opcnlng of tin) Kud.ro'ad which wns
partially blocked, by the recent lava
How. Tils wus Kanllio's pet ineusinc,
although n Sennle bill, and he spoke
pathetically In support of It und titgeo
his fellow members to override llie
veto. Hut the nunsure hud never been
x popular ouo In the Hoitsu and was
only pasted orJglnally by dint or
utrenuoiis work oil tho purl of Knnllio.
The House lulled to full in line und
tho bill Is dead. v
Plukham's reclamation scheme cuius
befotn tho House In the shape of u
lesolullim by Hughes providing
for the appointment of a mm
mittco to Investigate Its pnictlinblllty.
Ituwllns In suppoit of the meusine,
cntd he thoitghl It the hcsl resolution
that had ever been Inlrndtuvd Into the
l.eglshituio ul Hawaii. With thu opin
ing up of the Tehnautepec rullioad and
Iho prospective opening of the Panama
canal, tlio danger of thu Introduction
of yellow fever wjll bo very giently In
ci cased, ho said, nnd once It gets Into
tho country, II Will be lime for the peo
plo to begin to think about moving
The Ilnuso tonli up tho third rcadlat
of Senate Hill C, dcllnlng the status of
piiiiiio nun private scliools.
Kulelopii wanted to know whether
Iho tcliools which shall bo established
hereafter would ho covered by this
law, nnd tecelvcil ntllrmntlvu icply
irom l.ong, tbo rattier or tho bill.
Hughes moved to defer uctloti on
this hill until btimo futitio date. "1
urn only u layman," suld Hughes, "ami
could not Intelligently vote upon thu
bill without lool-'lng Into It more cutu
fully. The honorable member fiom thu
Fourth District (llnwllns) says that
the law hits been on the statute book
for eleven years, why then should wo
go tn work mid alter this luw ut this
Sheldon stippoitcd Hughes' motion
und the mutter was deferred until
Semite Hill S9. telatlve to Circuit
Court cletks, und making assistant
cleiks, ex-othcio bailiffs of the Courts,
passctl third reading, Aluwa voted
against the passage of the bill.
Senate Hill (17, making tho Kngllsh
language the basis of Instruction In
public and private schools, camo up
ror tiilul reading, but on motion or
Knlrlojiti, who suld tlmt It Involved it
loustltiilltmul iiuestlon, the hill wus
deferred for ncilon until Monday,
House Joint Reflation 3, uppolntlng
u commission cousleting of two mem
bers from the Semite and three from
Iho House to Investigate the owner
ship, condition nnd management of ull
the landings nnd wharves In tho Ter
ritory, to report al tho next legisla
ture, passed third reading, 21 ayes und
U noes. Those. Mitlng against It were
Co rrea, Kaleo, Kunilio, Nulllmu, l'aoo
Concurrent Resolution 8, prohibiting
Federal attorneys fiom nppeurlng
against iho Territory In criminal casus,
ciime up for consideration. Ituwllns
The Metropolitan Meat Co. will close
Its markcTs at 12 o'clock tomorrow.
Patrons nro requosfed to send In their
orders early. 3052-lt
mnveri to ilefer action until Muitdnt
The rio of-rttMinte HIM 27, ivlnlltii lo
pay of laborers working on the roads
and hrldRc, which had been sustained
b the ffrmnle, uimo up for conrlilera
t Ion. llnwllns said Hint while lie was
III fatnr nf Hie hill, Iho l!niie could
not help hut sustain Iho iirlloti of Ilia
Sennle, ns It would do no good to Vote
Cnntio said he had t artfully studied
the hill nml thought liothwithstnudliir
the action of the Kciiale, the House
ihoitlil otirrlde the veto. Sheldon ko
kltaeil the luiKlon offered by Castro.
Rice mined lo defer uitlon until Hit
end of the session, hut letelved no
Pall suld lliul this wns the oppor
tune time tn net. while the Iron wus
Pit II Mlfl
The million to override the Cover
noi's veto unrled by u unanimous
Stnitte Hill 0, relating lo Juries nnd
Ithtl by Jury, which was vetoed by the
Coventor nnd which tho Senate over
toils came up for consideration.
Sheldon In support of the hill said
that It liHiki. ns If every one on the
Islands in unanimous In wanting to
raise, the pay of Jurors, tin therefou
moved to nvirrlde tho (Inventor's veto.
The (Intel nor's veto wus overridden
by iimiiiimoiiK vote.
KANIIIO'S LWA HOAD.
Senate Hill R2, appropriating money
lo defray expenses of re-opetilng the
government loads lately dcstroid by
volcuule eruption, whlfh hud been
vettHil by the (lournor nml sustained
by tho Semite, was tho next mutter
Knnllio, tho Introducer of the hill,
asked the House to override the dm
crnor'B vclo, regurdlcss of lite action
of tho Senate. "In the recent earth-
''innko of Sun Francisco," Knnllio con-
I tinned, "whcio many buildings were
destroyed, Ilia government und tho
financier of this Territory assisted
naiiclnllv IIiom- who were made home-
bh. 1 have Just lecelved u nicmige
fiom the Sennle, Informing me thai
the Sonnlo hud overridden tho (iov
cnior's veto." Ho itgulti moved lo
oveirldu the (loveruor's veto.
The Speaker nniuiiiiiced that the
House hail not received ollltlul notifica
tion fiom the Sennle.
Knlelopu said that this Is into of
tho most iieciillur sessions In lite his
tory of the Hawaiian Legislature. The
bill lelallng to the pay of laborers will
remain dead If not signed by the Oov
cptor lief ot e toinoriow. Seitutor Mu
ltelvitu btought a bill turning over nil
tho road works to bcvcrnl counties, nml
Hie icisoiis why tho Coventor hud ve
toed Semite Hill 52 wcie reasonably
cortcct. He tbeieforo moved to sus
tain tho (Jovornor'n veto. On taking
tho vote the Coverniir's veto wns sus
tained. Speaker Holstein niinoimteil that the
Semite had overridden tlio Coventor'
elo on the Kohnla hospital bill.
Cletk S.ivhlge infonncd tlio House
that the smelii! Joint conference com
mittee on Setlato Ulll 4C. providing lor
witness fees In criminal cases, had been
adopted by tlio Senate.
Hughes Introduced a resolution pro
viding for n commission to Investigate
the condition of the Walklkl awamui'
nnd to report on the practicability ol
Plnkhnm's reclamation scheme,
llnwllns strongly urged tho adoption
ot the lesoliitlou which, he suld, wns
one of tho best resolutions that ever
wns Inttodiiced In tho House. Wnlklkl
district Is full of swumps where mos-
mtltncs ure breeding und yellow rever
Is liable lo break out at any moment.
If something to prevent tho spread of
the dlseaso by mosquitoes is not mniie.
He theiefore moved tho passugo of the
Kunilio wanted to knowwhat the
agents of the. Hoard of Health nto do
ing with regard to the mosquitoes. Tnc
Spcnker explained. Tho i evolution
passed first rending.
Knhiun for the .Miscellaneous Com
nilttl'o reported on House Kcsoltillon
HO, nskliig $15,000 for building u con
creto brldgo ncioss Wulalainlhl stream.
Mounnlua, and (5000 for the comple
tion or Piiuloa load to Mounnlua and
Puiiloa station, nnd recommended that
they be Inserted In the appropriation
A general tie-up of all the l'.'tnbcr
mills in the northwest Is threatened
us the result of u strlko for higher
Vnges. At tho present time there nro
three plants closed but the employers
uro running a sttoiig imnil in un en
deavor to "bust" the Btrlke. A general
walk out is Imminent ut itity moment.
The mills In the district effected, turn
cut over 700,000.000 feet of lumber
every year nnd n Btrlko of limited na
ture would he serious. Lumber would
go up higher.
Invite Inspjction and com"
pariscn of prices of their
fine Stock of
The quality is the highest
and the prices' the lowest.
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Meals served American or European plr.n.
H. BEWS, HKr.
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'.' it ii tt it it
;'.' it it it it it it it it it
30th Day Afternoon Session
House Hill CI, relating to the ap
pointment of County Attorneys, wns
tabled on motion by Makckuu.
Senate I 111 I Til, the railroad tax ex
emption bill, passed third reading
Ilnyselden moved tho reconsidera
tion of the voto taken on tho vqto ot
Fenatc Hill r2, appropriating $.1000
to pay for the reconstruction of the
rond In Knti, which wits obliterated
by the recent Invu How.
Howltt spoko strongly In favor of
the appropriation. Tho motion to
puss tho hill over tho (loveruor's veto
carried by u voto ot II to 11. Dow
sett, (landall und Knndsen voted no.
Semite Hill 4L', the municipal bill,
wus taken up next on second leading
BULLETIN ADS. PAY "K2
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE OF
Notice Is hereby given that iho mil
mats debcrlhe'd below liavo been lay
pounded In tho (iovernment pound nt
Muklttl, Kona, Island of Oahu, and un
less lite pound fees uud damages mo
sooner satisfied will bo sold nt (lie
d.'to hereunder named ucenrdlug to
Mar, 1!7 1 11. 19117 Hn.iit horse, four
feet shod, two foio feut white,
brand r on left hind leg,
Tho above animal will ha t-old on
Satiiid.iy, Apill 13th, 1SD7, nt 12
o'clock noon, If not culled for before
tho ditto mentioned. r
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IN FINE WINES i. LIQUORS.
PHONE MAIN 20C.
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The Oregon girls who
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