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RVKNINfJ ilUl.t.KTlN, IIONOUtl.C T It WHUSIMII.W. Al'ltlt , IIW
From repair kits to dry battcric, wc curry
a complete itnck of lumlriei. If there it Anything
ou need, call on ui, See our window display on
Agents for the
Continental Steel Studded Tires
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD,.
FORT AND KING STS.
HEART FAILURE DOES YOUR AUTO EVER HAVE ITT
The cure for this is the
COLUMBIA DRY BATTERY NO. 2
This battery doesn't fail its throbs nre strong and steady.
And on the home stretch it has always got the strength to make
the spurt. In every way tin Columbia is the best dry battery
Sold also by E. 0. Hall & Son, ltd., and the Schuman Car
riage Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
OFFICE: KING near ALAKEA ST.
Get the Best--
See anything advertised
Come here and get It
GET THE GENUINE.
No "jutt as good" talk here.
We don't want to tell "some
thing just at good." We want
to tell what you call for the
real article ttandard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
A plunge bath after exercise is
one of the essentials. At Haleiwal
there is a fine plunge, splendid golf
'links and tennis court. Wide, roo
.my verandas, splendid sleeping
rooms, most of them mosquito proof,
and the best cuisine in the country.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke sold in
this market. Try it.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
, Alexander Young Bldg.
Kuuanu betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furniture Modi To Order
NUUANU .ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 801.
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
, NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901,
M. E. 6ILVA MANAGER
MRS. DORIS. E. PARIS
has received a new supply of DR. E.
E. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
1158 FORT ST.
Manicuring! Scab Treatment and
PHONE MAIN 300.
AND OTHHIt PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO,
156 HOTHL. STIIEET.
Pl.or.o Main 218.
COVNE FURNITURE CO.. LTD.
1. Jl. HERT2CHE.
manufactured fro-i pyre distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any ptrt of city by
OAIIU ICE AND KUCTRIC CO.,
Ktwalo. Ttlephone Blue 3151.
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
thit will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 197,
FRESH CUT FLOWERS ON HAND
AT ALL TIMES. SEED FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 330.
2Hr "FOR RENT" cards on sale
ct the Bulletin office.
V k'J '
Inserts Many New Items
SMIi l)n Aflt-rtiCMiii HcskIoii,
A .Senate rommiinlrntliiii lelntlve to
limine liltl infi, lelatlliK lu tlie i(iinM'ii
fcitloti of the sccotid district magistrate
of Honolulu was road. Clerk Savldgo
of tin- Hi'imtn Informed the House that
It hml p.issid third rr.idliiK In Hint
hod) The coiniuunlentluii Mat placed
The Lauds Committee reported nit
Mount' Resolution 151, presented by
Kanllio, asking that appropriation lie
made for certain lands owned hy Ku
nilo, or Kipaliiitn, County of Maul, (ak
in hy the Territorial (lovcrnincnt for
The committee leeotnmeiided that
$200 he Inserted 111 the Indemnity ap
propriation hill for the pajment to
Kninlo for lilt lamia. The rcjwrt vat
Kanllio presented n petition on bo-
half of Mrs. 55. I'. Knlokuokamnllc of
.Sapoopoo, H. Kotia, Hawaii, and naked
that nn appropriation of $1000 ho made
for damage done the petitioner hy the
Government lor wrongfully and against
the consent of the petitioner convert
ing and using the lands and the store
of the petitioner
Hut as tha petition wan nddrosscd to
Kanllio and not to the I louse, the
Speaker ordered It returned to the
Inemlier from Kohala mid all refereneu
to it cxpiiiigid ftiun the rceonls.
WANT HOMESTEAD CI.AlSE
The following communication from
lnlaoa, which wan addressed to the
.Speaker, wat n-ail hy the Clerk:
"Dear Sir: In accot dance with your
statement made In public. I would nsk
that ou would kindly assist mo with
your advice where I lack In knowledge
jf matter pertaining to the land law v.
that the homestead clause he re.ei!ed
and the tense on cuidi freehold system
"1 heso lire some of the detriment
that our fellow citizens who are liv
ing and have lots from the (iovern
ment, as homesteaders nt Kulaoa, have
to contend with. The Icriim of thcl1
tigreement have expired mid tho con
ditions have all been compiled with.
tnd no patent for long occupancy hat
"Another matter, wo huvc applied
to tins commissioner of lands that our
llrst agrcemcntH ho cancelled nnd other
agreements granted us in, accordanrc
vim law. muler Settlement Asbocla
tlou, Ims on Cash Freehold, all or
this have been npprotctl, but as cl w
inve not received I ho iigreeinents, this
Is nearly nliout four months ago. If
this request had como from tome rich
man it would have been granted,
therefore please kindly look Into tills
matter and do what In your Judgment
will relieve us of this great trouble.
Wo have erected large wooden build
ings nnd if the land Is tnken away
from us we will be In great distress.
"If there nre any petitions to be
signed, ou prepare them and t'.iiil
l hem up for signature.
"There nro n number of dctilmcntn!
laws enacted whllo many other" if
tarried out would he bcucflclal to the
"If these Ideas nre not correct, kind
ly reply staling our opinion on this
"I nm writing to Makckau nnd to
Kanllio. You nro the llrst that I luvo
wrltlen to. This letter la written not
ml on my account hut nt tho request
of all Iho people living on these Ian J J.
This Is sulllclcnt. ltespcctfully your.t,
"S. K. KIMWIIKA"
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE.
At 2:30 ji. m. the House resolved
Itself Into Committee of the Whole
and resumed consideration of Houmj
Hill 101, making special appropriations
to pay claims Incurred prior to and In
clusive of the 30lh day of June. A. n.
NEW ITEMS INSEIITEI).
Kanllio, tho lutrodiuer of J. II. Kit
mlo's claims for the lands nl Klpa
liiilu, used and tnken by tho Govern
incut for load purjsises. moved thai
1200 ho paid Knmlo for his lands, tho
linds Committee bavins favorably re
portul on the same. Carried.
Hy Jlalioe, for the claims of Knopu
mnmnna for lands nt Keaiihnu, Kona,
the nmoiint of $100 was inserted.
,"': . '" ' 'IB;..";..r
Government on Kukul street, but this
was deferred for action on HiiKettlon
Moanaull attempted to bring in tlio
claims of the Iliiinal.na Mill Co. for
$000, but tboy were riiltd out as they
wcic not uciompauled by proper
Kalelopu moved that the Ilouso
should nut go back lo Items uliead;
passed uiHJii, Jnsteud uf going ahead
and coming back again.
Rico moved that 01.75 be paid for
ittrultiiro bought and delivered to tho
I uhuinalumi school by tho l'orter Kur
illturo Comp.ui). Carried.
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rail Inserted an Item for SGOO to bo
paid to the Pioneer Mill Company.
which puld the expenses for the truns -
portatlon to and from I.ahultin of the
soldiers who wont up theic to quiet tho
rlfllu lit tlm Illl.r.lnrtL ,xt tlin t.l . It I ( I Inn
JKiilelopu seconded the passage of the
Hem. euaige nsninsi me iicienuanis is us-
Kunllui look the negative stand nnd I aiult and baltery Allorney acneiul
said that tho Legislature should not ' I'elcrs Is appi'iirlng for tho pioseeu
be urged to pay expenses of this kind,, lion nnd .liulge flenr for Iho defense
especially when the plantation manage
ment of the Pioneer Company went lo
wink and kicked nnd abused the labor
ers ".Tho company bliould pay thu
bill because It was through Its cruel
treatment of tho laborers t'.nil the riot
was originated," said Kanllio,
"Should vvn allow this amount lo ho
boino b) the l.evhd.iluio, the planteru
will keep up nbiislug and kicking their.
laboHTS mid they will look to us fori
A GIRL'S LETTER.
Hiti fait Hunt.
fit htm Sltrtt,
A Mr ttn. Wit. I
ff Inlet tit td Ail ll.intM,
Raid What She Snys:
4iJ WANT to say a tor for I'cruna
X for systemic catarrh and trust
others who read this may try It and re.
celve thosamogonii irnm It mat i uiii.
"I had licon ailing tor a long time
and nothing seemed to do. mo any good,
although I tried many doctors and
many medicines. I had become so bad
that thcro was no pleasure In living.
'I was finally asked by a friend to
try I'cruna, which I did, villi many
misgivings. What was my delight,
after taking tho llrst tattle, to seo a
Krcat change for tho better ami I kept
on Improving until completely re
"I now tccl like a new woman.
It has dono wonders for mo and I gladly
recommend It to others." Iloso Hurst.
No ailing woman can fall to lw Inter
ested In, the abovo testimonial. Mlsa
Hurst was persuaded by a friend to try
l'eruna, andsho Is now perfectly well
and feels like another woman. Such is
Lor story In brief.
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle, Pe
runa Is for sale by the followlncj drug
gists and will supply the retail trade
in Honolulu, Hawaii: Benton, Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
The Committee on I'ublle Health
will meet lonlght lu the Senate Chum
her nt TtilO o'clock for tho consider
ation of the following bills:
House Hills III. !H, tin and 131.
Senate Hill 3D.
Hegul.'ir, meetings will bo hold nt
tho Harnn lime nnd place encli night
thereafter until nil matters above, re
ferred to arc disposed of.
All parties Interested aio Invited lo
W. .1. COEI.IIO.
For Want Column See Pnge Six
IJookkeeper, now einplioed, wIsIich
another position; best icft'tcnecs.
Addiess "C. I). W.," Ilulletln.
Smalt furnished bouse, furnished or
nn furnished housekeeping rooms.
Addiess I. O. II. 38. 30.17-lw
Hfllvnllnn. Tliu piopcr thing to do Is
for llio planters to stand all tho ti.uis
portiitlou cxpcii'es for Mildlera lu times
of i Into piomptcd by the plantation.'
At about I p. m. Sheldon, moved to
defer , fin tlier consideration of thu hill
until ioday. Carried.
Speaker Hnlstelu look the chair at
I li. in. and IikiK up the leuillug iif the
Secretary's comuiiinliatlou lelathe to
:!lHf filing by the a..ven..r of Senate
iclatlug to tho power of em
Inent domain for the mantles,
Tim following bills passed second
Semilo Hill 7C, I elating lo the t!o
ernment ro.uls, which was lofened in
the Judlil.iry Coiuiiilttce.
House Hill 18:'. nuthoi i'.lng Iho ic
payment of money wioiigfully collect
ed for license;) to sell Imported goods,
which was icferred to tho Klnniico
House Hill 1S3, preventing tho cap
ture ami dcBtructlon of birds niituitie
teruo within tho Judicial district of
Honolulu and on or over tho bca wut
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. ,ciro" "' ""' ' l"o"'"niiuci.
AH. a 1.AK..1. ! Ilim aIii tlftllfttl tltftCI 111.
The rase of Iho Teirllury vs. Uul
1 l.fiok I'l lit. itt 111! lrllll beflirO IL llll'V 111
Judge Do Holt's touit today. The
leave town until vou call on the
HOTEL, NEAR FORT.
UrydrC5 ' (vJkf
Monday, April 1st
TI-iIh 1m our Mtoclt-tulcitii; Month end wo
wImIi to cIoho out all REMNANTS buforu
W-ivolcliijj. Tl-icroforo tltoy vlll bts mnrlcutl
Yee Chan's Removal Sale
Fop Two Week's Longer
Since wc arc going to move into our new quarters, corner of
Kinc and Bethel Sts., on or about April 15th, everything in our
store will be sold at sacrifice prices. Such as: CLOTHING, FUR
NISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES, ETC., ETC.
1005-100U.1013 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KING STREET.
I SPORTS I
OLOHUS DOWILMOST PINS
The Olohit bowling team stalled
well last evening In the opening gamo
of the April tournament on the Hotel
ILiths alleys by defeating the Dia
mond Head Athletic Club by 61 plus
III three games. Although the uei
ages were small the bowling was very
consistent and thu lurgu crowd of spec
tators present were highly Intel estcd
until the latt..
In tho three games tho Olohus scored
310J jiins, against the I). II. 3101. This
g.ivcthc Olohu Icani n lead of ill,
rollowlng nre thu teams nnd aver
Olohu It. W. Itohlnson, 1ST; J. M.
Hlgg3. MS; II. 1). tiirrurd, 110; E. Ross,
135; A. Wnterhouse, 131.
I). II A. C W. I Castle, 117; 1".
Mclmil.lt . Ill; It. Ucltow, 112; E.
Schlillill. 13i!; A. Oss, 13'J.
Tonight tho University Club will
meet the Wela K.i Nlol learn In tho
fecund name of tho series.
The line-up will bo as follows:
I'lilrerklty Club WllllaniMin, Hali
but, Thayer, Soiciimiii nnd (lowland.
W'eln Kit Nlol-Mc(!iilrc, Dixon,
Sprlnks, Swain mid Hull.
The gamo will stmt piomplly at S
st t: u
Three new world's records nt one
indoor tiacU meet is going homo. This
happened ut tho St. UhiIh University
meet on Muieli 31. Carl I'oillno did
the no-yard dash In :UTi l-r and V.
W. Coo of tho Huston Athletic Asso
i Laces and
For One Week Gommencing April 1st
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd,,
SEE OUR WilNDOW DISPLAY
IIIIIIIIIMI E , ,
ciation put tho S-pound shot C3 feet
S 1-3 Inches, mid tho 13-pound shot
Ii3 r"!t C 1-3 Inches.
t: : :i
Al. Kaufman, whose championship
Idea was dispelled by Jack O'llrleu.
lights with John Willie of Chicago at
Tonopuh on April 10, according to
mi iinnounceinciit fiom thu mining
I camp. Kaufman was rather surprls
l uil, as It was tho llrst be had beard of
:t st a
In the track games between Cam
hildgu and Oxford l'nlverslllcs the
American llhodcb scholarship men
took three first places and one third.
Not bad for n little handful of men
who at the s.imo lime stand unusual
ly high In scholarship.
Willie O'Neill, mi Australian fealh
crwclght. Is hailed In San I'rnnrlsco
us tho best Austiullan boxer seen on
tho Coast since tlrllTo's time. If ho
can eomparo with Clrlffo ho must er
tiilnly bo clever. '
u :: t:
The Utile buy in.it i called "Tlic
lliourho," who took a hotting recoid
uf 3:tl0 3-1 last )ear without it paco
Inakei, Is expected In beat l.ou Dil
lon's world's record this bcufcon.
:: : ;:
In u practise gamo between
nines of Snu 1'iaticlsco plajers
llaK'Tslleld on Maich 31, Hainey
was pounded for seven runs in one
A match is proposed between Dick
Sullivan and Walter Stanton. Tho
latter Is a liaril-hltter and one of tho
best bo)S around San Francisco.
THE I3ENOERQ RESIDENCE
Completely Furnished. 1 shall bo
glad to treat with oilier u?eni In this
mnttor, but principals must bo partli.j
who would loaso for tbclr own honn:
not for siib-lettlni;. Itcnt $lt0 per
JA8. F. MORGAN,
1 louses on Ymini: Street. Klnail
Struct, Emma Squnro nnd Kulllil.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
The genuine, lmpcrled
German beer which wc
have on draft is wonder
fully well lik:d.
MOTEL AND DCTHEL STS.
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Dox 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredfllnn. Sewerc, Grading;, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Dlack and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
..,.. SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO STS.
FOR BENT OR TOR SALE.
VON HAMM-VOUNG COMPANY, Ltd,
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
FOR 20c A DOZEN.
J, M. LEVY & CO,,
j 'PHONE MAIN 149.
Phone MAIN U7
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