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inonuay. Mar. -5 2303
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Wednesday, Mar. 27
Thursday, Mar. 28
Friday, Mar 20
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Oirculation oi Veekly Bulletin
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Votary Public, First Judicial ClrculL
It icinaitii to lie iiofd whether
the l.cKllntme Ik appropriating 111
the IntereiitH ol the public or the pri
vate si hools
Kuiopeun lininlgrutlon without
funds seems to bo what some peoplo
expect, liven the Iteftindlng bill will
not produce that.
President floosevelt's lettor on tho
rallioad situation expresses disap
proval of Slate owuorshlp Docb mI
lenco on Keder.il ownership give con
sent? A municipal bill which puts Hid
administration of affairs for the city
of Honolulu in the bauds of tho peo
plo Is a municipal bill worthy a plate,
od the statute books.
Hnuall'B l'romollou Committee
will have to confess to Its Los Ange
les friends that It cannot agree to
iron the wrinkles out of the ocean
nnd keep them smooth.
If the publle-hullding site Is set
tloil, that settles ii. The next mall
Horn Washington Bhould bring the
full dot u I Is of exuctlj what the Sec
retary of the Treasury intends to do.
When Abe Uuef suns that he can
not secure a fair trial In ibe city of
San Knuiilsio he Is stating a tritium
lcgardlng iHipuhtr prejudice which
ho lias frequently played upon an I
used for his own sottish ends.
No yollow fever or mosquitoes at
Sallnn Crux Is a message from the
much-dreaded Isthmus that seem" too
good to be true. Marino Hospltiil
Son Ire men will be uona the 1. s
nlort to prevent either the mosquito
or the fover from landing In Hawaii
Tho married touchers bill, to be
thoroughly . impersonal, should bo
further amended so that It shall ma
opply to teachers now In the employ
cf the Department of Public IiiBlrtu
Hon. The law would thus establish
a principle and bo flee fiom person
ality. KopreuuiUillve Knlelopu makes an
unfortunate error ill criticising the
purchuso of tho beach property by
Oahu Count v. At wbut other place
may those not blessed with wealth
have beuih pi h lieges without
(barge? That purchase wus distinct
ly in tho inteu-bts of the common
Hoosevult's endorsement of Chi
rugo's ltepuhllcau candidate fur
Mayor b tin Indication that Chicago
has some berlous local piobloms for
tho people to puss upon, so the poli
ticians uin aiming to berog the Issue
nud make tho peoplo think th.it
Itooscvelt und tho Nntlonul Admin
istration Is Involved
floinoiiioiMilp talk Is "hatting
iirouud loose" when It (enters on L
A Thurston. Ills administration
would b' n Btimpio of tho fool thing
a President might ho liolil luuponsinift
We i hi mil speak lor Mr. Thuii,
tou in Ilia absence, but wo vctltuio
he mm that N fee were Mr 0-
mi nf Itatttril k mM make tw
iniinnitp amnlMMMta m the Hmni
r IMm-ellnB eVetl far Ine bk nl
i lioklim n a fool tfclHt't" Ceaee.
I bleat tor oflk A.mtHer,
Thaaa (tod the tahMaellte tlM dl
. m pi pi) oe sand cause Thurston
iiiiiM serve Hal there Ii always III
iMwaiiillli) Ihnt he might ebange till
in l ml ii nd attain make a monkey ot
hln (laid agent
: AQRIOULTURAL COLLBQE SUBSIDY.
Director .tared Smith of the Fed
eral Aarlrultur&l nxnerltnnnt fttnttnn '
In mln ..v... Itin lmt Bfinmti.lnltnii I
. " " " ... l.rVim.ll'N
1111 pess.-d by Congress lias brought ,
1o "Eht farts which are of especial
moment to the Territory at this tltno
$ .to' The cash subsidy for tho AgrUul
1.00 tural Colleges of the countrv has boi-n
S.0 Increased fiom ISft.OQO to n flniil
I I 150.000 a year. This Is the subsl'h
which this Territory may secure If
(the Legislature passes tho bill Intro-i
duced by Bonn tor Coelho and now bo-
ml'dlih nnl on condition that the
S ,le r Terrltory establishes Us Col
bgc f Agriculture and Mechanic
urn and appropriates Territorial
funds for Its buildings and mainte
nance. The Territory must Ami
i. like good beforo It ran ohtnlii us-
(stance from the Pederal Treasury.
It Is now up to the Legislature of
the Territory, whether It will nppio-
prlntp approximately $.10,000. to
maintuln the college II haB crcutcil
.mil thereby obtain a I'cilcrnl snb
Kldv of nn equal sum yearly.
Hood business nnd legislative sonno
nn give but one response: Tho Ter
rltoil.il appriiprliifloti should he
OTHERS MAY BE WORSE.
The widespread discussion through
nit the 1'nlted States on whether the
lr' P" i "" '5 f
imi on hip ii'iki iii" (- isiMj it'
". ffer some timely i ompnrlsous In
lomnientlng on the situation. It
looks abroad mid dwells on what the
oilier fellow Is doing, as follows:
"What we read In these days
..bom other loitutrlcs makes onr.i
si em n particularly steady, conserv
athe laud. Ill Knghind, the Liber
als are threatening to uhollsh the
Hou.e of Lords because It will not
agree to a" school hill that suits the
Commons. If David (iraham Phillips
I threatened seriously to abolish our
senate, ami hccuicu iu nave ine
means to do It, wo should feel that
our Institutions were rocking from , .
side to side. Now the Liberal party IllIP VQmj m nnililSl
In Kuglnnd Is a strong concern undUUI UCIIll flllliUQl
really may modify the House of
Lords, unless the LohIh stop obstruc
ting, but meals continue to ho serv
ed regularly In London, and people
iinve the hardihood to eat them, with
the customary llnld accompaniments.
"Apd consider Prance, and tho
troubles between the Church and tho
Krcurli (iovernment If It happened
here Ihnt the (iovernment Bclzeil all
the meeting-bouses nnd prescribed
the tortus on which their Into own
ers should bo permitted to worship
In them, wu would think this wiis no
longer a free country Our moderate
embarrassments about tho regulation
of lallrouds nnd other corporations
and the clashes that lesult from our
svstoni of dual sovereignty cut no
fircat llguio when compared wllh till ,
church conflict In Prance.
"There Ih some prospect that it
will piesenlh be worked out on sumo
Steal Estate Diipt.;
Lunalilo Sticct 30.00
",: . I, cam
Aloha Lane $18.00
Beretania Street $10.00
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Huuanu Avenue $30.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Beretania Street $25.00
Kinau Street $25.00
Feniacola Street $25,00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Gulick Avenue 535,00
School Street $15.00
Pensacola Sheet $30.00
Mauoa Valley $30.00
Cor. Kcwalo & Wilder Avc.S 50.
Thurston Avenue $100,
rlenr, Watorhousa Trust Co.. ll,
Coruer Fort an1 Merchant Sts
I TrJJ I issi I i sts.
I ' ITU
THE CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO.
of San Franciico. I
INDEMNITY FIRE INSUR
of New York,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO i
of New Yoik.
TRENT SCO J
010 FORT STREET.
I prin:ipal Coast cities this summer?
'rsr' - , Mrs. E. T. WEATHERRED will
tolerable basis which, thouKh ntis-1 be responsible for the safe conduct
factory to no our. will he accepted of the party; she will come to Ha
by all. The belief, no atroiigly held i waii and take the party to the Coast
In KiiKllsli-KpciikliiK countries, Hint I nnd will return with it when the
Frenchmen nte not adapted to
achieve saltation anyhow, tends to
make It feem n matter of minor ron
Fdiuonce whether they go to churili
or not, or liae rhtiirlic to i;o to.
Hill this view, pl.iiiHlhlo us 11 1m, Is ii
rnrrow one, ami probably u good
deal tainted by piejuillce."
Coming down to smaller thlngA,
the piople of Hawaii are too fre
iiucntly tonvlnccd that their civic
nnd industrial nnd gowriuncntnl
troubles are about the worst that
ever humanity had to ile.il with. A
rhort time ileVoted to contemplation
nf odds against which other less-fa-oied
peoples are snuggling Is a re
minder of the good sense in the old
Southern wouiiiii'h nihil to "remem
ber our mercies, child."
This Territory bus problems Ihnt
follow one after tho other with nilll
ilent regularity to lonvlncc tho aver
iige pel sou that new fields to conquer
are always offering, hut compared
with ccn homo portions of the
Pulled Stales this Is indeed a spe
cially favored land, peopled by most
conson nthe citizens.
Monday, April I
AT 8 O'CLOCK..
nc this sale we want to close
out the balance of last year's silks
in all the popular weaves, nnd WE
WILL DO IT, TOO, IF LOW PRICES
! AND HIGH VALUES MEAN ANY-
a FEW OF THE MANY:
1 50c Striped Wash Silks 25c
75c Figured Silks 35c
7ac Plain Satins 35c
$1 and $1.25 Fancy Silks 50c
$1 Plain Satins 50c
$1 to $2 Plain and Fancy Silks. .75c
?1.7o Black Biocades 75c
1 $1.25 Figured and Plain Silks,. 85c
2 Black Moile $1.00
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lows: enough observed.
' Sheldon Hiiiceeded In rushing
Daily, 1 year $8,00
Daily, 0 months 4.00
Daily, 3 months 2.00
Daily, 1 month 75
Weekly, 1 year $1.00
Weekly, 0 months 50
(IKEA!) ITATUltKS BEINU
(Continued from Psne 2)
or n man In tnkr en re of II
The KnpcnlriHs IsiiirIiI nn ntilo-
iiinhlle," lie said, "for fiooo and soli)
ii for liw ;
if nil the money imiirresmrll)
IK-nt was Mill In the coiinly (lens-1
urv. It would nmoiint to $.10,000, more I
man ciiimph Hi Hurt rxiciires.
,HlT PACK PACTS
llnwllns replleil, staling (hat he nur i
not there In defend rllber Die last '
l-cglnlnluio or the Hupert Isors. "llti.
be mid, "We bnie n fact to face, mid
that lielore long Ihi) coiinl) ol
, O.ihti will lune $i:o,000 less to spend
, than she has now. The fnet Hint the
Supervisors may have spent $IK,0il(i
foolishly Is not r.ic question. The
question Is, are e able to get nloiut
from month to inoiith with whal ve
have to spend It seems to me that 11 ,
like wntiteil to slinlgliten out a fen
flgiues. He said thai the total amount
of Income lax collected ummmtcd to
1121.000, though iu 1U05 over 1.100.000
uns collected. This would make u
dlUcrcnec to the county of Oahu of
j ITIJM PASSIIS.
The Speaker, tiring of the debate
called on the clerk to rend tho next
Hem. Hughes moved (hut It (nnlar of
tho niidllor of Uahti) be $1!000. The
Mite on the motion Hint the Item pass
as In the bill en nl eil and the auditor
APIIITOH OP HAWAII.
Kalinnn moved to give the auditor
of Hawaii $2100 Instead of $2000 ns Iu
the bill. Tho motion was lost, the fig
ure remaining $:'000.
On motion of Pali the auditor ol
Maul was given f 1800 Instead of the
$1500 iu the hill.
LU.NliY (JIITH SAI.AIIY.
Coney untiled tho salary of the coun
ty attorney of Kauai made $1SOO In
stead of $2100. Carried. The treasurer
uf Maul was given $1800 Instead of
$ir00 on mutton of Nakelekn.
i)i:puty siihiupp op bwa.
Hnwllns objected to giving the dep
uty sheriff of Pwa SltiuO, nnd moved
(hat the llguio bo fixed at $1200. Pnon
thought the deputy tlicic earned mote
thmi $1200. 1-ast jear, he said, he
intulo 100 arrests and got ,110 convic
tions, n much better record than that
made by the deputy Bberlft of Wnlu
lua. "Ho lias demonstrated his elh
clcucy," he suld, "and I suggcut that
we all siipiHirt the rnlse."
Hughes thought $100 n month uns
a splendid salary for ifll thn deputy
"All I Jiive seen
!,,.,, ', (Ic,10t.
Correa said Hughes wasn't acquaint
ed with conditions at i:n. "Why,"
he said, "llitee of tho largest planta
tions In tho Territory are there. 1 am
surpilsed at the icmnrks made by the
gentleman from the Pouith District.
I'd like lo know If ho doesn't Boiue-
tlmes do tho same thing to earn his
salary thai be says tho deputy of 12wa
lor) he hud a right to talk,
"I can too." ho said, "that tho mem
bers fiom Onhu ate not In harmony
among themsehc3. 1 have decided lo
Hiippott tho 1."00 amendment. One ol
the members s:ijs tho olllcer stujs at
the depot. If that is mi, be must bo per
forming his work. He Is not smiling
Iu his house. He Is vigilant and ready
lo do his duty. If thai Is the case, 1
think It Is a good thing to raise hij
pay Other olllceis don't do an thing
but walk aruuuil with big cigars in
Sheldon hud kept still us long as Jie
couiu. mo iiiok ,i mind in the deliato.
"This is what has been designated a
ine gran bill and the members from
Kauai grabbers. Now wo don't know
what to do," ho said.
PALI THICKS MOANAULI.
The Speakr.1 made n fourth attempt
lo pultthu motion hut was headed off
bj Moauatill, who hail u few rami! lis
to make. In the original bill, ha raid,
the only raise made was tho nay of
Supervisors, aiul ct for that the mem
bers of this Hotiko wcro called grab
Pali toso lo a point of order. He
wanted lo know what Moauaull was
talking nho.it. Moumiiill was mi flab
bergasted at tho question that ho lot
his hreutli, and while he was trjlng lo
leaner It, Pall moved that thn Houri
tako a recess which it did Joyfully,
leaving Munniuill stuudlng with his
Tlic members of tho House showed
themselves In lavor of Iiukhum's Wal
It IK I reclamation scheme by passing
Into tho matter ami report to tho ucxl
ISPNDAV HILL TAI1LKI).
1 Kaluua'K attempt to inako tho Hun
i cifij law inoiif (melons met with de
jleat Ills bill, House Hill 152, fotblil
I Hug the sale on Sunday of cigars, elg-
, arctics and tobacco In stores where
lotht-i ,lilngs urn sold, was, on rccom-
lurndntlon of the Judiciary Committee
tabled. The conunltteo reported Hint
' "u present, himoay law, iu its oi on,
U lllll 1111,1 II,ikI. Ii, Il.l,ill..,. 1,
'," '"" """ ,"."'"" "" 'j' .
'"no. and with proper and vlgllurt en
, """''ku 'ho iioiibo tho hill to fix thn
Vnl pay of mad laboieis at $1.25 u day. Ho
"."'wah Iu such n inn ry to buvo tho bill
oOUU passed that ho couldn't oven wall for
1500 l I" come back from tho printer, hill
750 KOt "'" """tu I"188 " "'i 1 1 1 f i c i tail-
"ll lug without tlie members .having tho
250 bill biifoia them.
Ills huir, of course, wus caused by
, tho tear that the measuro might b
I poekel-VLtoed. Tho Governor lias al-
ioE ,r,,y v,'oe'1 " similar hill, tho only
445 i (lllfeieiice bcl;ig that tho first bill fixed
200""' wngp nt $np. As be veined Ihe
uieasuiii as n mutter of pilmiple und
.,, . . util. on uciouiil of thu nun lo hu paid,
E'lt IH Hither pruhnhlo liuit (ho beeuiiil
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THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doors on large semi-circle vciandas. The only
first-clan hotel In Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks. ..
CREAM PURE RYE
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IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
602004 NUUANU STREET.
bill will meet the same fate, and i.s
supporters want a chance lo try lo pass
It over his veto,
Ilouso lllll ',!). relating to (he ad
mission of attorneys to practice In
the courts of tho 'ferritin y. Introduc
ed b) Wnhvalolc, was tabled.
House lllll 170, relating to llcetin-
lug of trust companies, wns recom
mended passed, und tho report ot tho
committee, wus adopted.
House lllll ir.9, lutiodiiicd by
llnwllns, relating to Judgments, exe
cutions nud new trials, und llouxn
Pill 171, iclatlng to the method of
marking ballots, worn repoited on
favorably. The committee recom
mended Hint they pass, nnd the re
port wns adopted.
The hill provides that lead pencils
only shall be used iu blinking bal
Tho Lauds Committee reported on
tho following bills:
House lllll ICC, providing for tho
disposition of funds received upon
lalo of certain public hinds, lutio-
diiced by Kulnlopii. II. n passage, ot
which was recommended by tho com-1
Ilouso lllll 127, which deals with.
matters pertntnliig to thn revenues J
of the (iovernment, which was re-.
ferrcd to tho Finance Conunltteo at
the icqiicst of tho Lands Committee.
Senate lllll SI, encouraging tho
cnustiuctlou or development of rail
roads Iu the Territory of Hawaii, In
troduced by Senator Mnkckuti, (bo
passage of which was recommended
by the committee. Iteporls adopted,
Clerk S.ivldgo of tho Senate trnnu-
milted In the House lllll 117, plo
viillng for tho disposition of money
received by the (Iovernment on ne
count of sales of Impiovcmcntfl plan
Cd upon public lands, by settlers und
On motion of Knlelopu, tho Ilouso
incurred In the Senate amendments,
aionu UNPAID CLAIMS
Kalclopu Inliodiiecd a resolution
asking Hint ccrtulu items be Inserted
In Housn lllll 101. mnklug spednl
r.ppiopiiatlons for the uso of the (lov
eminent of tho Territory, nt Hawaii
to pay claims incurred prior to and
Inclusive of the unpaid hills of 1903
cession of the Legislature,
The rcniltitloii was adopted.
Knliiopii lutrod.ucd nnolher icsiilu
tlon, providing that citizens of the
United Stales of America shall he cm
plojc'l us Inlerpielers In tho iiiuiti ot
the Territory of Hawaii. The rewihi
llon was nilojiled.
Uoumi Ulll 1C0, authorl7lug thn pill -chnco
uf iiiunty bunds by tho Terri
tory, passed thlld rending.
On motion of llnwllns, llmitc lllll 18,
iclatlng to negotlnhlo Instriimentti, was
defened for consideration until tomor
Invite Inspection and com
parison of prices of their
fine Stock oi
The, quality isf'thc highest
and the prices the lowest.
IN TINE WINES A LIQUOR3.
PHONE MAIN 303.
The Dcet Chronograph for the mon
ey In the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
1H2 FORT ST.
.i IBTj. . ?9.
Tlie Meal Department
OPENS AT 6:30 n. m.
CLOSES AT 8 1). m.
Accommodations for lnrge parties
at a later hour may bo arranged.
Wo have marked our Purses and
Pocketbooks and everything in our
Leather Goods away down.
We have n nice line to select from.
CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tion!. TOYS for Birthday gifts always on
A Fine Line of PICTURES.
Tho Place To Go For Those Things.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KINO ST.
Leading Hat and
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
We clean all kinds of hats. Clothes
cleaned, dyed and repaired. Goods
called for and delivered, 1151 Fort
St, opp. Convent, Phone Main 403.
Felix Turro, prep.; J. E. Gumbs, mgr.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
John M. Davis,
1256 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 117.
At All Watchdealero.
Aotnt for Hawaiian lilands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
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