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KVHNINO mjU.KTJN, HONOUIl.O. T II, I'tUHAY, Al'lllta fc. 1007.
The HAWAIIAN COILED SPRI
mndc by the Duplex Automatic Ball -
ytji- ' Vi . '1 - : ft M M
J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
1048-60 ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU. T. H.
Famous Extracts. Face Powders
And Manicure Accessories
CHENEY'8 LISTERATD TOOTH POWDER, FINEST MADE.
Makes Teeth Ivory White, Kills Decay Cermi.
LEWIS & CO., LTD,, ,
160 KING STREET.
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 170-190 rONQ &rjrjEE.T. 'tPO187-
Lot 65 L
Gun Metal Calf
NO FENCE, one of the hundred styles
Bearing Wire Fence Machine. Sold by
PHONE BLUE 1801.
F. 0. BOX 642.
The lest -butter we have told for
months is the
Crystal Springs Brand
just in from the Coast. It has all
cf the good points of the early spring
Kind and has a fine buttery flavor.
That's the number to ring up, If yon
want toda water that It PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purctt good manu
factured In town.
Water Works Co
37th DayAfternoon Session
The Bcnntc resumed It work on tlio
I Municipal lllll. Illlitii moved in Ktrlko
out the urctliMi proMclliiR for the ne
j(iilrliiB ntul timtrul of the npiillaiiccs
M'l cillllnllll); III tliu ptlL'i'lB til llieL'll).
no iiiii una on tne Kiounda tlint It
woulil letult In n hlmllar Iruublc an
Mint Ulllnll UUB tlflU nil In l!m narlmnn
llrlmrltliptll. iTnnln .1 1.1 t.l nnnt In
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I'tlJ IUI rilLll MII7IIU KVl I 11.1'B, I1C IUUI1U
llirhpii inocil It) rod me (lie salary
of the inn) or from $4200 to $3U00. He
would ndtnlt tlint toiinty Kocrninent
ns n sticrcss, hut the cxpeiifc of sov
crnmciit will he j?reatiT thnn before.
He did not reo what una the Rood of
municipal government. It rrentet: Cio
omre of major, mid he could not reo
what Hint official would do to kill
time. He would be an expensive lux
ury at 11200.
Clillllugwortli said he wanted to an
ew it this ehnlleiiKC Taxes had not In
creased under (ounty ro eminent uiAl
thcie wns nolliliiK to show tliat they
would be under the municipality. Clill
HnRworth had thoiiRlit serlouidy of In
troducing n bill to npjiroprlato addi
tional salary for the Ooernor. Other
mayors were paid hainlwnnclv. .Maior
Schmltz of Han KrnuclKco had a fine
home (laiiRhter) proiiiii.ibly ncipilrcd
from his DJlar).
Illshoii onswered that while taxes
had not been IncreaKcd, but money
wits now lielns kient for talnrles,
which formerly went to public m
prowmentH. lie did not why the
mu)or should lo paid more than n de
partment head, almost ns much its the
Chllliucwotth said that ho wished to
call lllshop's attention to the lacl that
vhdiild the bill naiot the (lovemor
would be the nuuitl of the major.
Kliiidscn asked If the object of thtt
hill wns to oust the (!ocrnor to put
hlui In the shade, since the ma) or was
the whole cheese.
ChlllliKWorth dodged this shot by
KiyliiK that It was frivolous.
Ulshop'g motion wns lost, (laudall,
Uowsett and Illshop licliiR the only
ones to vote for It.
lilshii went on undaunted. He cild
thut the provision for two deputy city
:ttorueyK was it little too much. Ho
wits tired of the host of deputy attor
neys In the county attorney's ofllcu.
The Attorney General's department
wits still iIoIiik, It seemed, .us much
work ns before.
ChlllliiKworth said that the County
Attorney had two deputies and had
been unable to cope with nil the work
before him and had to Ket usslsluncc
from the Attorney General's depart
ment. ChlllliiRWorth got much excited
ubotit the matter.
Illshop moved to amend the bill si
na tfi nlvi. 111. tittftrnui lull nnn .(..iinlv
Smith seconded It, but made the. fur
ther niuciiduicnt that the city ollkerj
could appoint one deputy without the
approval of any one. and additional
deputies, ns might bo needed, but sub
ject to the approval of the Supervisors.
lllshop's amendment was lost.
Ijiiio hioved to iiass th bill thlld
re.idlnir on the following vote:
Ayes Urown, llaysclden, Makekau,
Hewitt, Dowsed, Chllllngworlh, Uine,
Kniidscn and Smith 9.
Noes McCarthy, Cundall, Kulnma,
Woods, IJIshoji 3.
arjT BULLETIN AD3. PAY
NOTICE .TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
nppoiuled the Administrator of the
IMate of IIOl'i: KUUKU. lain of
Wal'ilua, County ol Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, deceased:
Notice Is hereby given to nil per
mits to present their claims against
the Instate of said Hope Kuukti, de
ceased, duly authenticated, whether
secured by mortgage or otherwise, to
the undersigned ut tlio office of Cecil
Drown, i:t(., 07 Merchant Street,
Honolulu, Oahu, aforesaid, within
six months from tho date hereof, or
they will bo fnrcyr barred.
And it.ll persons Indebted to said
cstute at o hereby requested to make
Immediate payment to tlio under
Dated, Honolulu, April 4th, 1007.
Administrator of the Kslato of
Hope. Kuultu, deceased.
.-,0.111 Apr. 0, 18, 11. 26.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
pi iy nny sheet of music or by ear,
(SL'AltAXTKKD, III IcssonH for $15.
SAM (iOLDHNO, Mandolin Expert,
No. 18 Hotel St.
THE BEST YET
This beer Is now being distributed by the Honolulu
Drewlng Company. It Is meeting with Instantaneous fa
vor and promises to be the most popular offering ever
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
UONOLULt), April 5, 1907
nam, or srocr r.n Ut
C Bitmrr ft Cr
Hawaiian Aajrli l'n
llaw Com & Mi I
Hawaiian u gar Co
llctfiomu iMiftar ( "
Hmiakaa Hitftur Cn
i.. ,,. ery.
i!? "ling ill.
I '! I ittitol.
llallai Sinrar Cn
Katun.! Plantation l
Mpaiittiu Sugar t-
KntD sugar Co
Mif ty1t Pugar Co
uai it Miesr cn
tllmtila Hllffar Cn
??",S,'r I?"'. l
suitar uo uu
I'aahau Sugar PlMit Co
Pacific Sucai MM
Tata Plantation Cn
PtlTckm Socar Co
I'lcmrr Mill Co
Waialua Agrlc (o
Wf'Iuku SiiRjai Co
Walnta.iaL. Su.ir fj.
Waintra Sugar Mill Co
lirtrr Llan.l StramNCnj
lliai H T &. I. Cn I'lrl
Hun KTK I.CaCom
Mutual THrption Cu
Nalilku Mubbcr Co
Naltikti Nubtr Co,
Oalm K I. Co
I III.. K K Co
llou UK VI Co ..
law irr 4 ir
Maw Tcr tli ftr
HawTtr y c
HawTrri i c
Haw frfiv't t it c
Cal lint Sue & Kcl Co
HalLuSuaar C..6 tir
I law Com A: SukCo.ic
naw -ni;ar tun lir
HlloK KCn Con t, n,
linn it T Hi I. Vn 6 .r
kaltulu llatit Co 6 pi
Claim Kit I. (Via lie
lunu mitfar CO o
Otaa .Suj;ar CnCMic .
I'ala 1'Umatli.li Cii
Waialua ArlcCn ic
iriii)gca v.u a oa.
Bitlcu lletwcen Hoards: $3000 Hai
ku fc. I02.r0; lloC'O I'dla Cs, J102.00;
$2000 Olaa Cs, 192.63; 100 Jlcllryde,
$I.G0; 2000 Mcllr)de Cs. $118.00; $1000
Oahu oiik. Co., it, $100.50. Session:
SO Kwa, $'.'5,73.
Latest sugar nuotatlon, 3.61 cents,
or $72.20 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, -9s 2 l-4d
SUGAR, - - - 3.61
Htnry WateriiousB Trust Co.,
Stock and .Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Minat.tr,
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
Metcalf And Saunders
Will Testify In
Among the passungors to arrive on
tlio Alameda this afternoon was Cap
tain John Metcalf, Lloyd's agent In
San Kranclbto ami Capt. A. W. Satin
tleru of the clcunicr Manchuria. Tho
two gentlemen who huvn como hero
to testify In the suit of the Restorer
ngnlnst the big Pacific Mall liner for
salvage, wero greeted by n great
number of friends when they reach
ed tho dock. Captain Metcalf suld.
"Wo linvti come down hern on nc
inuut of tho llestorcr libel suit and
will remain here to glvo testimony.
Tho Manchuria is still on tho dry
dock undergoing repairs, which will
bo practically complotutl by June 1.
Shu may go back on her run about
Juno 23, though tho exact dato is n
little, doubtful. She should como off
tho dry-dock about May 1. Tho re
pairs on her will cost closo to $C00,
Tho Knights of Pythias dedication
tnkes place this evening. An error in
last evening's pujH'r put tho dato ouo
day iihead and while it caused some
Inconvenience will not mar tho pleas
ure of thohii so fottuiiuto as to hine
received Invitations to tho event, not
able In tho history of l'ythlunlsm.
The dedication exercises Jnkn placo
at 7'30 this evening. Dancing at 8:30.
LOCAL ANN I ENElAL
A tparc room tlmt should be prof
itably untcd is easily filled by using
a Bulletin Want Ad. Try It.
I'eter'i Meneni?cr Hon Ice. Mnln SCI.
Tall)hos, livery, nutos. Slkyriw. Hlbl.
Imw prices at Hie New Cugland Uak-
iiulahl. Alameda tlattte, music itur-
dinner hour at the llojal Hawaiian
Superior lo nil others Is (lie l-coimrd
Clennnblc llefrigernlor, sold by llail.
felil A Co.
A oiiiik Indy from Maul desires to
tew for private families. Sec ad In
Mrs, Col. Krench nud Miss llrewer
of the Salvation Army arrived In the
Denny & Co. rent automatic sewing
machines, $1. per week or $3 a month.
I'hono Mnln t.kS, 1'ort St.
Kxiiert lint Cleaners, lAirt St., opp
Club stnbles, do best work In I'anamn,
straw or fcIL Work guaranteed.
Secure n Pianola for onr home. In
It )ou will find a world of pleasure
llergstrpm Music Co., Ltd., agents.
D00LEY ON MUSIC
WILL APPEAR IN
A saving bank In the homo Is ucxt
to n gas stove and Is good for receiving
the saved tiunrter dollar pieces, The
Honolulu (ins Company will explain
The matter or lowers & Cooke vs.
A. V. dear, assumpsit for $93.1 on n
promissory note, was up befoie Judgo
l.ludsay this morning. It was not fin
lhed, going over until next Wednes
day. In the assumpsit matter of the Ho
nolulu Iron Works Co. vs. Wong
Kwnl, the defendant, by his attorney,
C. W. Ashfortl, has filed n motion to
tiunsli summons and rorvice of sum
mons The hearing In the lumber trust rase
was continued before Judge )ole this
morning. I'nul Muhlcndorf wns on
the stnnd The tpiestluns nsked were
lor the purpose of showing the sched
ules of the various companies from
1'JQ1 to 1903, Tlio case wilt go on this
I A ctltIon Is being rlrculntcd among
the Ja.uanese business houses to ren
; dcr assistance to the Japanese lcers
. now confined In the leper settlement.
' During the visit of the legislative par
ty lucre, a Japanese representative ot
the press went nlong. and tlio Japanese
lepers there nsked that their principal
food-stuff (soy) be sent them instead
of the salt They say the Kilt does not
agree with them.
JOHN MARC ALU NO,
John Mnrcnllino, to whom wns re
ferred as master the first nccount of
P Mahuulii, administrator with the
will annexed of tho cstnto of Hope
Kuuku, deceased, and guardian ol
the person and property of Hannah
Knelin Kiipaliu, n minor, today filed
i report In which ho criticizes rath
er severely tlio manner In which Ma
batilu has curried on tho affairs n(
Among father Irregularities, Mnr
tnlliuo finds that tho administrator
lit.s charged $2.1. til lo expenses ol
himself from Waialua to Honolulu
nnd return to pay school tuition,
nine trips ut $2, GO each. Ho recom
mends1 that Mnhaulu bo surcharged
with the amount, ns ho could easily
havoobtnlned money orders to pay
tho tuition bills mid have mailed
Marculllno recommends Hint tho
administrator bo surcharged with
$1.00, penalties on (axes which ha
allowed to become delinquent. Ho
further states that tuc account can
not bo treated as a final nccount. ns
tho ndmlnlstrntnr has failed to do nil
the things required of him by law.
Marcalllno adds a comment on tho
way tunny guardians, etc., execute
tholr trusts. Ho says:
"It Is evident fiom tho records on
file In prnhnto mutters In this court
Hint u largo majority .of tho guard
htiis, excriitoiH and iidmlnlstrutors
who have failed to fllo their accounts
for years ate Ignorant of the statutes
.'nd orderB of court."
Hannah Dinah Kiipnhu, Mnhnulu's
ward, by her attorney, W C Achl,
today tiled an execution to tho renort
(if tho master and further states that '
tlio administrator has collected $20
on account of lent for nnn of the
piece: of land, hut there is no ao
(ount ot it In tho repoils.
Senator llajselden fiom the Lund
Committee made tho following favor
able rcpoit today on tho Plnkhiini Wul
klkl reclamation scheme: w
There Is In no question us to the
mcilt of tlio undertaking. Hon. I., i:.
Plukliitm, Piesldent of the Hoard of
Health, has cxhnusllvcly r-atcd the)
subject and furnished com..ete lnfor-
nation In it pamphlet piovlded lot
1 menihvs of the Senalo nnd by refer
f'iico lo which the whole, plan, with
I maps and specifications,' can bo seen,
j Tho Hoard of Health rernmineiiiU
I tho Kcclamtitlou Hellenic, and the, gi eat
1 IniTPst display! In this matter In
duced Mr. I'luliliam to call into con
,sutallon prominent citizens at which
.meeting III" Reclamation scheme was
heartily enilori-ed, A miunilttrn wns
I Ihen upnoliited and Instructed to adopt
I I ho toursn whlrh would best effett tlio
object. This Devolution Is tho lesull
of that Committee's deliberation.
We appiovn of Hie object of the res
olution and ii'Ctmimcnd It ii.iBn.
Eat Your Meals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and all at Reasonable Prices.
116 HOTEL STREET
mKSTil jSHatVatt alUaSsMsY jOpaHsflHkS lasaaW
We Just Qot 'Em
New Lot SFRINO SUITINOS just arrived.
We make 'cm to your measure at ready-to-wear prices.
$20 to $80
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
C A. Nelson, Agt.
EJTtJ-nJva'iw-v-iV-f 'iVV n
A INew Line of
Embroidery and Yoke Lace l
Side and Back Combs j'
1 WAH YDMG
a''?Ht'vri, - ry - fi'fir - ?i:w
Hotel Street Store
ONE OF MANY OF
E:W. Jordan & Co., LimitBil
PHONE MAIN 3JJ
A RAINIER TOAST
A toast, the Kamaaina!
Though tourists help a lot,
They're but a passing fashion,
He's "Johnnie on the spot!"
The tourist says "Aloha,"
He always has his say,
The kamaaina feels it
For loved Hawaii Nei.
New strength and vigor in every
drop. RAINIER BEER.
Phone Main J 331
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Muslin Shirt Waists';.!
CHONG CO,, t
EWA SIDE MARKET.
- ?sf - fi.sir r-r-zrz-c- ."v-rr-rJ
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
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