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EVRNINO liytit.KTIM, IIUNOt.Ut.W, t H IHIH M.tltt'll K, im
Hawaiian Third Degree
Perfection Regular 5 p. m.
Rote Croix 7110 p. m. Cere
mony of the Llghti,
Enter Service Rote Croix
10 a. m.
KnighU Templar 7 p m.
All visiting members of the
order nrc cordially Invited to nt
tend mcotlngi of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I O. O. F.
Meeta trtrj Monday efenlng at 7:10
in I. O. O v. Mall. Fort etrwt,
B. It. llHNDHY. Secretary.
C A. SIMPSON, N 0.
All visiting brothers Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P
Meet" over) Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K of I llnll. cor.
Kort and Ilerctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
a. s. WEnnni, c c.
K. WALDltON. K. It. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets eery I'rlday evening nt
K. of 1'. Hall, cor fort and Ilerc
tanla, at 7 30 Members of Mystic
Lodgo No. 2, Win McKlnley Lodge
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordial
It. GOSLING, C C.
A. 8. KENWAY, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B P. O E,
Honolulu Lodgo No C1C, B P, O. E ,
will meet In their hall on King neir
Fort Btrcot every Krldny evening.
Oy order of tho K. 11.
IIAHItY H. SIMPSON,
ll. E. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K of P. Hall, cor
Kort and Ilerctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
L. H. WOLF. C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S.
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled In bond under super
vlilon of the U S. GOVERN
MENT The purcit whisky
obtainable Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call up
King and Bethel Sts.
Evaporation Of Milk
The luccestful 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 you lien Cnrnntton
Cream Instead of water, the dread will
(nc n richer flivoi ami hlstcr nutil
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HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Vests on the 2nd and 4th WEB-NEB
DAY evenings of each month t 7:30
"clock lo K. of P. Hall, King street
Visiting Eagles are Invited tc at.
L E. TOOMEY, President.
II. T. MOOUE, V. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. O. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited V
K V. TODD S.i-hem.
A. E. Mini PI IV C ill II
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and Ourth Wed
neaday of each month at San An ouln
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially in
vlted to attend.
F. V. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
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Tor 14 years this roof
ing has been on the mar
ket. It is the first pre
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nnd none of its many im
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LOCAL ANI) llliNliRAL
A Weenl Bulletin want ad.
Mil week rented house that
dispHyed a Tor Rent" sign
tor three months.
llHHHWd bats rtaitwl nt tli Globe '
llet mi of eolfce In thn illy. New
Dr H KntNirlil nnd wife leave
fur Kulitilul wi the Clfltnlliie. tonight
The KhiwIh Rowing t'lnb will lime Quisllty
a wtl'O nt iHlraeles on Saturday at Ihe, ...
iiM llobron Drug Mow on I"trt HI i QUUllty
A Pair In aid of Palnmn Bottle-1
incut v.111 Iw held April 0 fee nd to- kJLlQIIty
(' (lay nnd wife nro niiumg tho
ClHiidliie passengers liookcd fur l.n-
Oahu lUe, No 1, K of P., will
meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock In K. of
1' Hall. King street.
Tlio electric lights on the Itrewcr
whair are being Installed The struc
ture w til be completed In n cr few
Trj some Eer-Hcad dr) Imlterlei,
They arc far nnd iiwny the best wild
rhc Mm llairm-oiiug Co. Mil sole
The stentner llelene. sailing lonlglil
for llnwall, lakes n large lot of pipe for
ihe Parker Itnnch There nrc oer "0
tons In the shipment
Wnlklkl Inn Is now owned by W C.
Herein Accomniodatluns, supplies
end nttviidnnec! absolutely first clnss
I'liiest bathing on tho bench
Treat jour iron roof co a coat of
Arabic." Thero Is no better preserv
ative made. California Feed Co..
A large rock has been located on the
Wnlklkl side of the new llrcuer whnif
cml) nboiit 8 feet below the surfnee of
the water It will lime to be blasted
out before the structliic will be accept
ed by the Intcr-lBlaiid Co. from the
Anlone Itodrlgues et nt., minors, by
their gunrdleli nd litem, Kiilin, heirs of
Antouo Rodriguez nnd J P. Mcndunen,
by V C Achl, their nttorne), nppeal
from the decision of Judge Lindsay nfV
proving the account of .1 A. Magoou,
as trustee, to tho Supreme Court.
lias alwajs been ono of our chief
niras. Lowering the price by lower
I m? the nualitv. nnd substituting, is
t.ot our policy, The cut in quality is
always greater than tnc cut in price,
nnd the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There i mental satlstaction tor you
in high quality of our goods,
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BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
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Alftcd Bates of Trinity College,
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The Weekly Edition of the Evening
I Bulletin gives a complete summary of
think the only way to in-j
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down runninj
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
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Shoes Made to Fit Any Deformity.
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Illiuk booka of nil soils, ledgers,
etc. maniimrtiiroil b) Iho Bulletin I'uli
"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
HAVE A DISH
OF LUSCIOUS BERRIES.
BLACK AND RED
We have received these ber
ries from Oregon, the home of
berries. They ate put up in
their own juice in 2 1-2 lb
tins, losing thereby none of
their natural flavor. We are
offering them for the first
time and the verdict every
where is ' great".
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some Hawaiian Records for your
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And we have n choice lot.
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SENATE AND CARTER
(Continued from Page 1)
special session when I found that an
oinclnl had leased to lie useful to the
'"Iho chief nluo of these undated
leslgiintlons, 1 believe, lies in their
moral cITcct As I told the commit
tee this morning, no Instance can be
pointed nut where the system bus
worked harm "
Tho tlincrnor reiterated his slnlc
Inent that he has no row with the
Senate, nor with the House, and does
not intend to lmc any. "The legis
lature bus Its prerogatives," be wild,
''and hiivo mine, nnd there Is no rea
son for a conflict."
When thn committee returned to tlio
Semite It found that that body had just
adjourned until tomorrow'. This puts
a ilellullo end to tlio plan to tack tlio
Chllllngunrth rider onto tho salary
bill, at least ns far lis tho Senate is con
cerned, as the salary bill passed third
reading yesterday, nnd a motion to re
consider cannot, according to tho rules,
be considered after twenty -four lionm
have elapsed nflcr tho pnssago of the
bill Now, if the provision ngalust of
ficials who have signed undated resig
nations, drawing salaries. Is to bo en
acted, It will have to take tho form of
a separate bill, or tho Houso win bnve
to tad; It onto the salaries bill. How
ever, tho Houso supports Chllllngwnrth
strongly, so both coun.es nro open
What will happen will probably be
this A coiicurient resolution will be
Introduced criticizing tho Coventor's
system of undated resignations and ex
pressing Us contempt thereof. After
the passage of this lesoliitlon, and It Is
expected that It will pass, tho bill or
section ngalust the diiiwliig of salaries
by those who nic subject to Ululated
resignations will bo passed. It Is
thought certain that these, measures
will no strongly supjiortcd In both
H. CULMAN MAKES GOOD JEWELRY
If it were not for the high quality nnd the greater value of
the H. C. (High Class) goods, H. CULMAN would not be the
leading manufacturer of HAWAIIAN ENAMELED SOUVENIR
I want every buyer to test the above statement by inspecting
my goods. To inspect and to compare thoroughly will convince
you that the
H. C. GOODS ARE THE LEADERS!
J 064 Fort St.
FINE HAWAIIAN CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
A Smoker's Four
Adullnn Iattl, lOc
Uouuh UlcJor, cu
FITZPATRICK BROS., oitribuio..
(Continued from Pag 1.)
the Governments of Trance, Ilngliind
"At present," said Mntsudn, "the
I cotilo of tho United States think that
wo nro up against a stone wall bo
tauso of the recent passago by Con
r.ress of the Immigration act.
"Of course tho Japanese Immi
grants are Bhut out from entering
tho United States, but thoy will from
now on turn their c our so nnd go to
Manchuria, vvhero there nro large
tract? of waste land.
"They may not make ns much mon
ey thero us they would In America,
but by continuous and steady devel
opment of the lands they will in tho
end accomplish their purpose
"Tho Idea of tho treaty with thn
three Kuropcan I'ovveis Is to bind nil
togcthci to piotect their commercial
Interests In times of trouble.
"Aftor tho signing of tho treaty.
I In probably Juno or July of this jcai,
j Japan will not bo compelled to hoi-
ll,W 1UUI1UJ IIIJIII IIIC lllltvil Hiuitni
which Is considered the I Idlest coun
try In tho world. England, rranco
rud evon our late onemy, Russia, will i
be on hand to usslst their sister coun
"In u fow- years these Powois will
show to j.he world that no nation can
dlct.ito to them to do ono thing or
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Each package contains from eight to twenty-four varieties of nov
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age for a'nlcklo that will give your bey a dollar's worth of fun.
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In Iho miillrr uf Iho guardianship of
Mebel, Helen, Klsle and IMIIh Huberts,
minors. Appeal from Circuit Judge,
First Circuit. II tl, .Mldilleilltch for
appellant: Atlorne) llcnernl for appel
lees. i:mll Itodrlgues et nl minors, by
their next friend Jonqulm tlarrln, v
tho Portuguese Muliinl llcnellt Society
of Hawaii, n corHirntlon Hiibmlssloli
i: A Douthltt for complainants, i: M
Watson for respondent
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Court. Tlrst Circuit. II tl. .Middle
ditch nml i:. V. Sutton for plalnllrf
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SALARY GRAB BILL
(Continued from Page 1)
ccislty nt recovering the bill from tho
upper houso means n little additional
delav, thcic aie stiung Indications that
(be opponents nt tho gialil hnve suc
ceeded In winning over enough volea
to defeat the measure when the nyes
and iioch nrc unco more called on it.
Long moved a icconslderatlon of tho
Llltl nnd also that the Senate be re
quested to return to the House tho
bill, which was yesterday rushed up
otnlrs by Its backers In an effort to
I'nder the rules, when it motion Is
Hindu to reconsider u bill which litis
passed to tho other house, tho motion
must ho accompanied by a motion to
request the tithcr house to return tho
hill, which latter motion shall be vot
ed on first If the vote is negative it
menus the final disposition of tho mat
ter. I'all moved that action be passioned
until the clerk should have ascertained
tho status of the bill In the! Semite.
Kulelopti Fcuiiiilcd lime's motion,
laying, "Thero lias been a great deal
nt discussion of this bill and we have
been binmlcd us ginbbcrs. I, thcie
(ore. second Mr. Iiug's motion.
'Ihe Speaker put the motion to tho
House ami It was carried,
Tho Speaker Instructed the clerk lo
communicate with Ihe Senate, icimest
lug tho return of tho bill
Hughes lutiodiiceil a bill regulating
tho expenditure of nubile monayH. It
,u uv Ides that no liability of tho Tcr-
Htory for ftirulsnlng Inlxir, supplies,
etc., or constructing public works shall
bo Lieatcd except upon written con
ttaet, nnd nil contracts lnolvIug mora
than J500 must lie adequately secured.
No conduct snail ho binding unless thn
Auditor endorses on his certificate that
Ihcio aro funds on hand applicable for
.laying the estimated expense uf exe
cuting tho contract.
Section 2 provides that "no (ilnccr
or other employ co of the Territory
holding mora Hum one office or em
ployment shall be ntithcirlzcd to draw
mora than tlio salary of tho highest
grado of tho oflleo or employment held
by him provided Hint thn aggregate
sal.iiles of any ono person shall not ex
ceed JI0O per mouth; ami he shall be
entitled to no other or fuither com
Another section provides Hint "In
the event of great calamity, misfortune,
peril or other public necessity, thn
heads of tho bcvcinl departments of the
government may Indebt tho Territory
fur sums of money In excess of tho
appropriation or nppioprlatlous al
lowed by law; provided, however, that
such indebtedness hu lltst authorized
and approved In writing by tho liov
ernor of tho Territory.
Scnnto Cleric Savldgo Inforined tho
Houso that tho report of Iho Joint con
ference commlttea on House Hill 02,
relative to private ways and water
rights was submitted to the Senate ami
adopted Haw Him slated that ho hud
had a talk with Senator Smith, relative
to tlio bills piopcrly beloro tho Joint
toniercneo commlttea ami was sui
priscil lo find the Houso hill submitted
beforo tho bill wm acted upon. Ho
asked fuither time In confer with tho
Joint conference committee cut the bal
ance oT tho bills (Irantcd.
Castro Introduced n icsolutlon re
questing tho Territorial Seciotary. If
not Incompatible will) public Interest!),
to send to tho Houso any Information
In Ills possession relative to tho Intro
duction of rillpluo lahoicrs Into thU
Territory by tho Hawaiian Planters'
Iho Houso took up the thlid lending
of Houso bill 150, lolntlvo to filing wilt
ten testimony of coi oner's Inquests.
Coney moved to defer action on tha
hill until .Monday as tho subject mttt-
i m II
t l l til
1 it I tl t H
i it i.e. 1 1 i a,
immI hi iii.i
!' n m I
4 H.I l I W" "i" "
, l 16 I (I lo II II l
l'ull .Moon March 29th nt 0:13 n. m.
Times of tho tide nro Inken from
Iho United States Coast and Geodetic
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
SO minutes Mower than Greenwich
lime, being Hint of tho meridian of 167
degrees 30 minutes, Tho lltuo whlstlo
blows nt 1:30 p m., which Is tho sniiiu
ns Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
end moon nro for local time fur tho
Arrived, Mnrch 28 Am hk Hmlly
Whitney, Goodman, half day from
Arrived, March 2". Am schr. S. T.
Alexander, Helllugseii, :1 daj.i fium
Arrived, March 2li Am. lib. St.
Kathcrlnc, Saunders, 19 dj)s from Sun
Departed, .March 28. S S. Texan,
loons, for Knanapall.
Thursday, March 28.
Slmr Mlkiihaln, Gregory, for Kauai
ports, A ji. m.
A.-ll S. S. Nebrnskau, Knight, for
Hlccle nnd Mnkavvcll, ft p. in
i m i
Slmr. llelene, Nelson, for Hawaii
ports, ft li pi.
Stint. Clnudlne, Parker, fir Maui
and Hawaii jiorls, ft p. in.
Stmr. Klunu, l'lceman, fiom
and way inirts, in forenoon.
H K X ii K H K M K ft K K H K JC K
K PA88ENQER8 5?
It. Booked tt,
hXN tii, l M M I X (. 3C M
Per stmr. Claudlne, for' Hawaii nnd
Maul purls. March 29. C. Gray nml
wife, W. II. S. Williams, Mrs. A Dens,
Miss White, Miss U Molr, A. Gllinau.
V T. Smith, Dr. S. Kohavushl nml
wife, Mr. Tnkiigawa, Mrs. J I. llrown,
Miss O. K. Drown.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record March 28, 1007,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 n. m.
Hoforo closing, Matsuda said that Mis N Nukiimuia to K Kudovvnkl All
tho letter was sent to him by n very
chlo statesman of Japan, who is con
sidered one of the men of brains on
Ihe? floor of Ihe Jiipnneso Parliament
He would not, however, iIIri'Iohii the
imiiiii of his Purllamenlniy friend
Matsudu fuither said that tho pres?
bus been piohlblteil fiom publishing
tho iiuuio of thin btuteiiuau.
Badlo llLLain to Tr of Mis W V
l.llme l'lantn Co Ltd to I) P II Is-
eubeig . ', ...I
lleniy IMeisby legr Notlru
.linlntlm llotulho In Mai hi I' Mo-
- delios D
Ai t li in lliiiilbou anil vvf to Ilono
Hiow & M Co Ltd j.. ,, . .1)
J 11 Cnstlo nml vvf to Nannie H
lleel.i Aglttl Co Ltd to Nmniln It
(' Hollo Ir to Nnnnlo It Illco U
II Ilackfclil & Co Ltd it ul to Ku
ncoho Illco Mill Co Ltd Aurt
Enteied for Record March 29, '1007,
Ttom D a. m. to 10:30 u. m.
I,iim Yip KVu el nl lo Hop Voo Will
C I' PeteiMin nml vvf lo W A Kin-
hey . ju, .ft., ,.,., j j j , l
America alone consumed (300,000,01)0
worth of sugar last year. This amount
does not include honey, mnplo syrup.
sorghum or molasses. Laiitsluun.
Texas nnd riorldn plantations' donated
about 00,000,009 pounds. Tho heels of
tho Western States turned out about
00,000,000 ivounds. To this fifth of
tho totnl Is added another fifth fur
nished by tho Islands. The other three-
flfth.8 of the amount consumed Is
brought in fiom foietgn markets.
U A' it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
vcr Is cnveicd by other bills, 'ihe mo
CHANGi: OP NAMH.
nouae ill 1 1 100, relating to cuiingitig
name, came up for third reading. H.tw
llus moved lo amend tho bill so us to
Include tho lilies of the Provisional
Goveinuicut.ltepubllc nml tho Kingdom
of Hawaii. Ho further stated that
since 1S00 this law has been on tha
statute books and no thaugo has been
mudo nil to tho present time to legal
ize tho numes of udoptid children. 11
is necessary to'umcnd tho bill.
Kanlho asked fur Information nnd
Havvllns unswered Hint, those names
which had been approved of through
adoption proceedings before lfcbO could
bo changed by the Go.'ernor. As It Is,
whoever wants to change his naiuo nut
(Ho his petition to tlio Governor, who
after carefully looklig into the matter
can grant tho petition.
Tho hill finally prsscd third reading
by unanimous vote
Senate Illll C5, providing for payment
to public accountants of claims In favor
of tho Territory under protest, tamu
up for third reading and passed.
A coinniunkatlcn l elating to appoint
ing a Joint congressional committee to
icceho tho Territorial guests, which
was piomptcd by Senator Line, eanio
up for tho action of tho lloiibo. Tho
Speaker announced that he would up
lHiint the committee so as to rcpicscut
Tor Kauai, Coney; Hawaii, Akau;
Maul, Pull, and Honolulu, Correa, wnu
Home, Dill lftb, relating to forward
ing to iho Attorney General u truo and
coi reel copy of all recognizances and
examinations by coroners, passed sec
ond Tiding and vvus referud to tho
Houso UIU 1S9, enabling comities lo
pre vide for County loans, and bill li,J,
nii.klng additional appropriations for
the completion of- the Kallhlwaen.i
school vvero ref cried to tho l'lnance
Homo Hill 1C3, ajipioprlutlng money
Why not come out, then, in
stylish spring suit?
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you
choose from. Jealous as we are of repair und reconstruct the stono em
, . ,. . bunkinent of the Walmea liver, Kniiul,
wm (.j'uiaiiuji, juu niu BUIC IU sc
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King St.
PH3NE BLUE 2741. P. O, Box C8.
which wus referied lo tho Lands Com
mittee, passed second leading.
Hughes IntiodiiLcd a bill providing
for the bale, leuto or Iho disposition of
public lands by tho Superintendent of
I'uMIe Woiks or Commissioner of Piib
11m lanuls, uiiilei ceilulu conditions
1'iHsul (list reviling und vvus icferrcil
lo the Printing Committee.
I'all moved lo ndjoiiiu until 2 ji m.
Cut i led. .
" fl ' n-rturn I..