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hrniileil in pretty ilt'sign.
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At. $20.50 IClegnnt ICton .Suit, of fine whito linen,
Inekut hrniileil niul Inco triniineil, .Skirt very nvttily
hrniileil nml nlo lnee-triinmeil.
At $24.50 Whitp .Silk Shirt Wnist .Suits All W
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VK ltV LATEST STVLKS, .Flint A Kuw Of Them.
At $12.00 White Linen Cont, :t-l length, hrniileil hack
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At $18.00 Klegnjit White Linen C'ont, hiimlsoinely
triinnieil, hrniileil in pretty designs nml nppliijnu work;
Two Special Values
DEMI-FLOUNCE EMBROIDERY, 16 Inches wide, a variety of new
pattern!, 65c value, special at 50 yd,
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en different patterns to select from, 25c value, special at
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO., LTD.
Turkish Bath and
OF LOSING HOMES
A communication from Knlhlnul,
fur tliu settlement ussoclutlon wan read
In tliu House of Representatives this
liinriiliiK. us fullows.
To tliu Honorable MemtierH of the
House ot Representatives. Terrl
tury of Huwull.
I' Sirs: About Hiree months iiro Ijml
Commissioner Piatt made u visit to
i llllo uiul JiibI in lor to arrival, Mr. Geo.
H II. Williams, sub-agent, Klrst Land
ADIstilct, verbally notified Qeorgu Kut-
i heiiul, XI. Victor and a number of
other membeis of tlio Kalhcmil Set
tlement Association that Pratt's iiiIb
tlon wus for ruiieelllni: our holdings,
unit If we had an) thing to say, to sc
Pratt when ho would arrive.
Shortly alter Mr. Pratt's arrival a
meeting was arranged with him ami
the Kulheuul Settlement Association.
At the meeting u number claimed that
(hoy liml, to tho best of their ability,
lived up to the requirements of tho
Homestead law, and were entitled tu
their patents, uml In some Instance,
weie in nr rears In their rents.
Airunuciuents were mudo ut that
meeting tiint each member should nla
s, stutement of Ills case us to how hi
had compiled with the homestead law
ami submit tame to the Commissioner
of Public Umds, and that' if tho re
quirements of the law were complied
with, wo would bo allowed the permis
sion to borrow money on our home
steads In order to pay for them mid
! get our patents.
i As wo weru mostly poor, this method
;i wns tho only one by which we could
i) bay for our laud.
I In from one to threo w.eeks we filed
m our statements and us yet no action
whatsoever has been taken by the
Commissioner of Public Umds.
'o were told by the Commissioner
mat in case the government cancelled
our holdings, ull of our improvements
would become tho property of the
government and that we would get
nothing. Wo, therefoio, appeal to your
houoiuble be If, to 'take some action
ami remedy i the existing conditions,
Kxnmliio.Giir stnlements on lllo 111
tho Public? Lauds ofilco, niid malm
mint MvlMi ( odiuim
ill. OF Mfjf
SPENT BY H
During tho leglslatlvo sosslon, up to
March 30. tho House had spout a lotul
of $1C,G2S.CC. this being tho amount
spent from both tho Federal and Ter
ritorial appropriations. Tho expend
itures of the IIouso are divided us fol
lows: Agricultural etc. Commit
Nuuanu Dum Committee.
Kducational Committee ...
Expenditures Committee ...
Health, and Police Commit
tee Utiles Committee.
Lanal Investigation Com
Translating und proof road
Ins , C29.ll
Incidentals ,. . . 67.20
Printing offices 2.C04.C0
Typewriting . . . ' , . . 3R7.00
General Dllderllng published on
tho 15th Instant a reply to General
Kuropatkln's taunts, in the course
of which ho quotes the saying that
only bad workmen complain of thqlr
tools, and repudiates Kuropatkln's
criticisms of tho rank nnd file ot tho
army as unjust and unpatriotic.
homes are to bo taken away from us
All of our earnings for the last four
years have been put Into our lots and
a good many ot us had to go Into debt
to build our homes. Therefore we ask
yon to Ioo1l thoroughly ,nto the caso
of tho Kallienul Settlement Assorhv
To Entertain Visiting
Wallukii, Mnul, Mnrrli 29, Ono of
tliu most InturestlhR nnd .-iiUrtnliihiu t
meeting of tho Wnlliikii District Im-
prou'liieiit ANsoclnllnn win held Thurs
day utcnliiK, Mnrch 28, with Vice
President I). II. Dnls In tho chnlr,
Nearly thirty members wero present.
.1. N. H. Williams, miporlntendcut ot
the Kaliulul Itnllrond Co., mado the
rliliouucement that lie had been pri
vately Informed that the one hun
dred or moru Congressional gentle
men exacted here shortly, will pay
Muul n visit to seo the largest sugur
plantations In tho world and oilier
skhs or vital Interest to tourists on
Mnul, At his suggestion the chair att
ainted Messrs. J. N. B. Williams, W.
A. McKay and C. I). I.ufkln us n com
mltteo of three to urrnugu with a
coininllleo of lliu lending citizens of
central Maul to see that the leglnhi
tho tisltors uru right royally received
by Maul's sons und daughters.
II. M. Coke read the majority reKirt
of the committee to whom nil the leg
islatlto measures were referred to ex
r.inlue nnd reort. It follows:
, Wo hae found but five bills of es
pecial Interest to this district, tho
first of which Is the primary luw, H.
II. 19. Wo recommend the endorse
ment of this measure by tho Associa
tion. Henatu lllll 25, providing for tho cro
ntlon of the ciltlco of Keglstrur for tho
urlous Counties, wo believe should
bo so amended that the work should
to dono by the County Clerk. Wo fur
ther disapprove of the exorbitant sal
nrlut proiiosed to be paid to some of
thu County Registrars, as In somo
rasos tho salary proposed to be puld a
County Registrar is greater than that
now paid by tho Territory to tho offi
cer who now haK'thu work of tho en
tire Territory In charge.
Wo recommend that tho Association
disapprove of thu passage of Senate
1)111 fil, known as the Standard Oil
bill, and believe that tho Government
should furnish adequate storage for
all oils sold In tho Territory.
Wo denounce Hcnato lllll 02 as be
ing most unjust uud vicious In char
acter. This bill provides for general
appropriations (In name only) whllo
It seeks to divert nearly all of tho
funds to one locality, whllo tho entire
Territory and taxpayers therein must
pay tho bondholders who adranco the
money. Wo recommend to the Asso
ciation that It disapprove of thu iifo
of public funds for strictly local pur
ixises. Wo' recommend tliat Senate Dill 63,
which provides for the payment to tho
County Treasurer of all ftnos and for
feitures In thu District Courts, liavo
tho approval of thu Association, as wu
feel that the Sheriff's department and
I tliu Couuty Attorney's department uro
now Hampered ny tno aliunde or tlio
Territory In Insisting on receiving ull
fof these amounts whllo' tho County
miiBt foot the bill In arresting ilffbnd
ors of the law, pay expense of bringing
them to trial, uml their keep befora
HUGH M. COKi:.
D. II. CA8E,
I concur In tho abovo report of tho
majority of tho commltteo excepting
as regards Senate lllll 62, for I do not
uajreo with the majority of tlio commlt
teo in making a wholesale denuncia
tion of tho moasiircs contained there
In, for somo of tho Items, being of a
public nature, are absolutely, neces
sary. I llkowlso do not concur with
tho majority of tho commltteo In rec
ommending tho forfeiting of fines In
tho District. Courts for tho uso of thu
Counties, for obvious reasons.
JAS. N. K. KEOIA.
Tho abovo report furnished amplo
material for tho exhibition of oratory
by somo of the members presont. The
primary bill acted like a red flag be
fore a bull, for the hottest discussion
of the evening was with regard to
various sections of that measure
Judge McKay and Dr. J. 11. Raymond
fought hard against tho(sectlon of tho
bill relating to tlio requirement that
"each non-partisan candidate who shall
receive not less than 20 per cent, ot
the votCB cast for tho ofilco for which'
ho sought nomination shall also bo de
clared to bo duly nominated candidate
for such ofllCH." Tho othor objection'
ablo section was regarding tho paw
era given tho inspectors In caso of a
tie. Messrs. Coko and Case supported
tho commltteo report. Messrs. I.ufkln,
Ault-and yf. T. Robinson also took
part In tho discussion. Finally, uftor
lit mortgaRe loam on Heal Eitate
are the safest and best-paying in
Your money promptly invested at
prevailing highest rates without trou
ble to you and free of charge.
Consult me at once; my long ex
perience is at your service,
P. E R. Strauch
FINANCIAL AGENT. '
uiiM mm :
Small Cargo Comes Here
On The Monster
Tlio Ameilciin-llnwnllnn steamship
Arlionun nrrlud this morning niter
completing tho (lrsl round trip from
lllls c,0" to Hallnn Crux nml letnrn Uf 115
Puget Sound, Rho brought iihout 6uU
tons of New York freight for Jlils illy
nnd nbout 700 tons from Pugel Sound,
the Inrgesl single shipment In this last
being 120,000 feet of lumber She also
has on board 1100 Ions of freight Tor
llllo nnd Kuhulul.
The officers of the Arlxonan repot t
a pleasant trip from the Sound though
Hie weather was a little bud for thi
Inst thru dais befou reaching Ho
nnlulit The Arlxonan, lKiwcer, la mi
large that she tan plow through almost
any kind ot weather und burdly miller
what Is going on In the seu about her.
Kels Jjinslug, of this city, who went
out asdiurser, Is link here once moru
and ha? only good things to say of his
hip nipl position.
REAL MTATE TBAVSACTI0NS.
KNTEItKI) FOR RECORD MARCH 30,
FROM 10:30 A. M. to 12 NOON. .
Kaplolnnl K'tate Ltd to Wulnica,
Sugar Mill Co .7.1.
W. O. Aiken and wf to John S
Domingo Telxelru und wf by nttyof
mtgre to A II Lindsay.... Fore Albeit
llllo Pineapple Co Ltd to llllo Fruit
Co Ltd M
Yong Wal Tong to Yong Kong
Bnoku Kaaua uud wf to F A Schaef-
ENTERED FOR RECORD APRIL I.
FROM 9 A. M. TO 10:30 A. M.
F E Klchirdsou und wf to Wulter-
L Emory D
N O Peterson to William Snvldge ,.,!)
Est of li P nishop by Trs tp Abide
K C Parker , AM
Alible K C Parker by utty to II p F
First Am Sav und Tr Co of II Ltd to.
Herman P F Schultre Rel
Herman P F Schultze und wf to Em
ma. Godc , M
Herman P F SchuHzo and wf to
Adolph Schultzo ....,,.'...., I. it
Mrs Hannah K Uoyd to l'loneer Mill
Co Ltd L
Joaquin do Frlas and wf to Uullher-
mlna S Frnnis Tf...D
Ths Wtskly Edition of th Evsnlng
ullttln glvts a eemplsta summary, of
ths nsws of ths day.
Fins Job. Printing at tho Bulletin.
irfuch discussion, tho meeting recom
mended thu passage of Ihe primary bill
with tho objectionable sections elimi
nated, und Secretary Wilcox was In
structed to Inform the members of the
Maul delegation In thu Leglslaturo.ut
thu action of tho Improvement Asso
ciation on said measures.
Many of those, who took part In tho
discussion on the primary bill proved
themselves to bo mora thuu embryo
legislators, and If uver somo ot them
bloom within tho halls or thu Legis
lature tho venerablu wjndy Kuntho or
tho dlgnined Kulelopu will surely bu
telegated to oblivion. They will be
compelled to vacate their seats or olso
bu given subordinate iiosltlons In tho
proceedings or tho House. At times
there weru four or five claiming tho
floor like legislators to tho manner
born, and each Insisted on a ruling by
tho chair. Some even left their scats
and went outside presumably to meet
the lobbyists, who frequented thu
testlbule. Tlio meeting opoued thu
eyes or tho voters as to the wealth of
Walluku In thu possession ot such ablo
A letter from Hon. Av. J. Coelho re
garding various measures In tho-iLcg-Iflature
was read. Rev, Mr. Ault
Bjioko about tho nocosslty, of obtaining
an odorless excavator to remove tlio
contents ot Walluku cesspools. Mr.
I.ufkln wob authorized as a commltteo
of ono to wrltu to President Pinkham
of the Board of Health for tho use of
ono of the many excavators ownod by
tho Honolulu Board of Health.
At tho suggestion of Dr. Raymond,
It was ordored that the President of
the Board of Health be written to for
tho soloctlon or a sultablo site for tho
erection ot a building where the fish
of tlio city may be sold, and that tho
ordinance of tho Board of Health with
regurd to the salo of fish bo enforced
By request, L. von Tcmpsky of Halo
akala ranch spoke about the law ot Im
pounding cattle, which needed amend' I
Ing, lor the present la,w is very junjust
to tho cattle-ranchers.
Tho meeting wound up with con
demning tliu wireless operator at La
halua for carrying out Mr. Cross' In
structions to the letter, and holding
back several vory Important messages
Just becauso tho senders wero delin
quent ten days. In case of senders
from East and Central Maul tho oper
ator had exacted tho payment of the
message before It would bo sent, and
the absence of agents to collect for
thu wireless -rendered thu regulation
vicious and damnable,
Tho meeting adjourned about 11
o'clock, ' .
Additional (porting News on Page to.
The Mnrrli ImwIlhK tourney on the
lintel llntlm nllon elided last night
nnd the following men weru riivrensrul
In rnrrjlng off piltes.
T. V McOulir, 253, V, C Hftiiln.
215: It V. ltoblnnoii, 242; P. ()
Bclilnldl. 230. P ( llnll. 232 Dick
Vim iik won nt iliick-plns with u rcoru
Tho following prlres will lip chosen
nrrordliiK to the wishes of the highest
koi el b Pair 16 sIhh-s, Manufacturer
Khou Co., 5 hat. Rash Clothing Co.;
15 swenler, E.O, Hall & Hon; 15 pipe.
Myrllo Cigar Kline; $5 box elgars.l
Howling Alleys; $5 rnzor, T II. Da
les & Co.
This week tho team tourney will
Mart for the month of April. So far
thu following tenuis have, entered:
Olohu R. W. Robinson. J. M. Illggs,
E. A. It. Ross, H. II. (llffard, A. Wa
Diamond Head A, C It. lllftow, C
Oss, K. F. Hclinil.lt. p. (). Schmidt (rap
lain). W. I Castle.
' Unherslty Club Wm. Williamson
(captain), O. Solenson, W. IL llnbbltt,
J. II. Howland, W. W. Thayer.
Wela ka Nlol T. C. McOuini (cap
lain), W. Dickson, P. C. Hall, C.
Springs, O. C. Swain.
Tho captains will meet at 5:30 this
afternoon at thu nlleyit and draw up a
Thu management of thu alleys has
offered a trophy for this coutcBt.
NUKE mm MILS
Every Monday afternoon the Knm
rchool bovs turn out ut the Hotel
iaths und have great sport In the large
ool. These lads are perfectly at home
in the water und hnvu mniiy good
swimmers in their numbers. On Mon
day evenings the Bulletin newsboyi
have their turn. Talk about our llsht
These kids keen the chute, trapeze,
rings, dives nnd sprlugbrouril working
uvertlme. They certainly enjoy the
On Thursday afternoons the Ouhu
college bo)s and girls have their turn.
In their ciowd uro tho Cooper boys,
Hex Hitchcock, Townesund and many
other crack swimmers. The college
boys uru ulwiis looking forward to
their turn ut the Ruths and besides
swimming many have tuken to bowling
and there will soon bo other cracks
like P. Hall out ut Oaliu college.
BY IRVB WHITE
Bowling, like sll other athletic
sliortslius its benefits ifnd Injuries to
lliu human system. In bowling leu
nlns, however, with tho nngcr holo
ball, thu finger or thumb will givu out
before you can injuro any other part
or your body. Bowling Is truly demo-
c'ratlc. cosmopo'.l.an, cn-I a sociable
game, serving at thu same tl.nj tho
purposo of wholesome, clean Hport and
riiusculnr oxerclso without any of the
objectionable feutureB found In many
oilier pastimes. It brings Into play
every muscle ot the body without over
taxing tho strength or developing ono
organ at the exiieiisu of another, and
no physician has yet boon found to
spund u nolo of warning against if,
w;hllo, on tho contrary, physicians aro
giving It their unqualified endorse
ment. Ah tho gamo has caught on with
i:uch a hold in Honolulu, tho Bulletin
herewith glvos you u few jiolnturs as
to how to play the game.
Select a light weight or undersized
ball, 25 or 2C Inches In circumference
li large und heavy enough for your
first trial. Seo that the thumb and
finger holes aro the right size and
proper dlstuncu apart. You cannot
control the ball It the hand Is cramped.
Do not use u ball with sharp edged
and, be eel
iabolweilhercieaM I. s gt
unutmtl wsrmlh. J , Jfty
wear ji 'wir
Tr.d.Mxk. ,U1 I llBi
Kc-v,s.rni once T 11 MsMrr
Accept no Imiun'on, we tell the erlgtatl.
(Identified byB.V.D. ted woven
' A'compiele selection of all u'zes
styles tor tale by m.
..WiXrlLTrtrilNEW - TO-DAY
plim lrf it wsftrtn tlM iwil
in inn iki mm nw nm ni
Willi I lie M1H MMM PWWg MM SMll
oiih- to ec If Ihe nrtp m rfctfK. It Iswr
hand slIi m pftt4tr mv rmt Um
kerchief or n tHWft. IhK tW wr
I mi ii
Do not rnu Walk tart, ftmr sss.
Htnrt with the right fH hih! dHNr
the tmll with T.ie left font l fnMt. I),
not bend Jour arm or tark Kwi (itwr
fi-el fnr npart. Ih-imi your Vhm hI
deliver the bull whvti Ihe rlRht hWHl
Is about 12 Inches from llw alio) hv4.
The ball should Mrlke lb" nil)' two
Ih'I In advance of Jour left foot
From an Imaginary lltie to Ihe right
side of the bend pin and howl on tlwt
line. Use JubI enough peM lo make
the ball go strnlght to the head pin
Pay no attention lo )our score. Bet
ter leuve all but No. 1 pin off the alley
until oii have mastered )our deliver
Let the other fellow use the curve.
He will find It eiy expensive. The
curved ball Is hard to control. The
most exeit plaers acknowledge thul
It will not worg on some nlle)s. The
surface or the beds must be Just right;
Ihe imjIIsIi ierfeclly dry und not too
smooth. The bowler must use Just the
right speed. Dirt or chalk on the ball
or alley will I'.iunge the couin- of n
When the lull lose skmiI It natur
ally turns to file right or left, ucionl
Ing to the side the holes are on; some
call It n "hook ball." The most suc
cessful howlers are those who can con
trol such a lull and know Just how
much sjK-ed to use In order to get n
slight hook with the first ball, und
then with mote sieed roll iwrfectly
strnlght for spares.
wn cyjJLfw mv
Thu 111 ul Held day of thu llos
Clubs wus held Saturday ufternoou at
tho Boys' Held uud was won by thu
Palamu Seniors, who defeated ihe Ka
iiluwelas by four kjIiiIs for the big
koa tup. Thu Japanese excelsior
leant took thu smnller cup for tho
Junior championship after u closu con
test. The Individual championship
was won by BUI Desha, who iierform
cd for thu last timu ns u memlier or
lliu lioys' Clubs, us ho will bo over
thu ugu limit next yeur.
There wus a good deal or discussion
over tho result of thu 220 yard dash,
In which Carey or thu Kauluwola
claimed ho was trlpied by ono ot tho
Palamu entries. As u matter of fact,
It was only to bo expected that there
would bu moru or less crowding, us
seven men ran on a track which at
thu beat can only accommodate four.
If Cirey had won he would probalily
feel differently nbout It. Ho chosu to
run on a crowded track and should
liavu stood up and taken his medicine
when ho liml a little bad luck. Where
ho did have a kick, nnd u rightful one,
wus In thu 440, where, an attempt
was madu to disqualify him fur being
paced. Any man In thu race has u
light to pace any other If ho cboses.
and Carey hero was certainly In lliu
60 ynrd dash W,
4 4-5 lec.
880 yard ru W
Dcjjlia won; time,
, Rice, won; time,
100 yard ilash
10 4-5 sec.
-W. Dosha won; time,
440 yard dash Caroy won; time,
56 4-5 sec. "
120 low hurdles Umntaro
lime, 19 1-5 sec.
Mllu run Llndley won; tlmo, 6:10.
Shot put Butler won; distance, .15
feet, 4 inches.
Polo vniilt J. Jucob won; height, 7
feet, 4 Inches.
Running broad Jump Hlcu won;
distance, 18 feet, q Inches.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In Hit Saturday Bulle
tin and ths Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notleee, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
754 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 ,Pr ''
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POUND MASTER'S NOTICE OF
Notlco Is hereby ghuti tltat I lie no!
mats described Ik-Iow hac mm ItN
Kunded In the Government. imuikI at
Maklkl. Koua, Island ot Oahu, and tin
less the jioiind fees mid daiuagwi ani
wxiner satlsfleil will bo sod! at th
d.-te hvreiiuder named according to
.March 30, 1 U7 Sorrol man-, four fot
whllo and nhltllHu on ruffhid
and noHi-.'iio brand, yvry llHe Man-
Tlio above anltunl will be sold on
Saturday. April nth. 1907. at 12
o'clock noon, If not culled for before
thu dute mentioned.
WILLIAM J. KARRATTI,
3655 31 PouudmasKT.
Saturday, April 7,
IN AID OF DISTRICT NURSING AND
THE WORK OF THE ,
AT THE SETTLEMENT BUILDING,
KING AND LILIHA STREETS.
So that It holds the rup- 40 N
ture securely and comfort- y 3
ably, calls for experlenc- V j
ed skill such as we have
gained by years of truss
fitting. We give special
attention to fitting chit
Benson. Smith &. Co.,
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
BBF-"For Rent" cards on sale at
'the Bulletin office.
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