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F.VHNINO nUMXTIN, HONOMJMJ. T H, BATt'iUMY. ArtHfi . lo?
Fresh and Delicious
In 1-2, 1 nml 2 lb boxes.
Apples, Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons, The
National Biscuit Co.'s Crackers. l
Saratoga Chips, Orange Burbank Potatoes,
Santa Clara Prunes
Our Telephone Number is MAIN 149 and
promptly attended to.
J. M, Levy & Co.,
(Contlnutd from Paaa 1.)
Hint House Mil "J9, relutlvo to ntiuul
ini'iit, iHvoice anil separation; ,1Ioiihci
Hill ICO. relating tn thungo of luinies,
nml House Hill II". relative t(i liuiimu
tnx liuil passed tlilnl reading In tliu
Hcjucscntntive Joseph Introduced n
lil 1 1 making special appropriations of
100,000 foi llio use or lliu County of
Maul. Tliu resolve includes: Itelocu
lion mad from Knllua to Nuhlkti, $28,
ODi); i elocution road tnmi I'aln lu Ho
nokula, $25,000: now mail Kllicl tu
junction with I)wl;;lit near Makena,
lii.OOQ: relocation roail from liana to
Klpaliulii, $lt;,000; I elocution road from
Kljialmlii to Kuupo, 115,000. Tliu bill
passed Hist reudlng.
PAUOA SPIUNO PUIiQHASE.
Killeo lntloduced u lesoltitlou cull-
lut; Tor mi Item In tliu loan fun uppio
lirlatltiK $2000 for tliu construction of
tlie Horseshoe roail In Puuoa valley,
mill 1140,000 for tlio purchase of tho
Puuoa spring water mid Impounding
mid delivering tlie tame. Pussed llrat
i calling mid referred to tliu Miscel
Joseph introduced u Mil npproprlat'
Inn $15,000 for expense of printing the
lloux Journal. Passed llrst reudliiK
mid referred to Printing Committee.
TIIIHI) lti:AI)lNa. I
House Hill 101, relating to special
appropriations to pay claims Incurred
prior to and Inclusho of tlio 30th day
of June 1905, passed third reading.
llousa Hill 139, relating to limiting
with firearms, passed third rending.
Kaulho voteil no.
. AUTOMOHIU: SPEED HIM
Thn Senate. Mil limiting nutnmolillo
speed also passed third rending. In
speaking of this bill Maboo said that I
If this bill becamo a law there would Mount jimi they were batlstied with I ) . " oum-u, .. u. tui
bo less accidents. "At Wnlalua, where good paliils of 21 pounds each. Adopt- ,cr s- I Iolia. Shields, Willtong, J,
I canio from," Buld Mahoo, "a behlc'e cd. ' Mnhy, V A. Medcalf, W J. Stone,
belonging to the bookkeeper of Hu
Iwu hotel was thrown over the brldg)
on account of collision with the auto
mobile going at a high speed.
Hughes moved to make tho law n.ore.
specific, but received no Bocond. '1 ho I
bill flnully passed ns It canio from tho
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihip your
good and lave you money.
Dealeti in STOVE 'tfOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
. f Urn -. f a
Pleases every one. We
that Kind at 100 per lb,
Beretunia, Alakea and Union.
In Vii'lb boxes.
In Vi-lb boxes.
I PINENUTS I
LAROE NEW SHIPMENT
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Senate Hill 42, iiicorpointlng tlio city
and county of Honolulu, which pnssxl
llrst rending lu the llouro WMlPiiliiy.
came up for second rcadlug'nnl pmsjil
Tlio Speaker appointed tlie following
n committee to confer with the Semita
commltteo as to tlio advisaliilliy of
passing this Mil on third rending In
view of the present statu of Territorial
finance: Coney, Kcoiill, Knhntin, Jo
seph, Knlann, Mnlioe and Cuvtro.
Hlee Introduced u Mil, relating to
the holding of real mid estate and cor
porate slock hy hnnklng corporations,
amending kcctlon 2592 and 2593 of the
ltevlsed 1jih. I'nssed first rending.
Coney lntloduced n resolution call
ing on tlio Judiciary Committee to in
loun tho lloiiso whether u Hoard of
HupervlsoiH under tliu County Act of
1905, should appropriate monies for
tliu p'Oiiient of mllcugu of Its mem
bers, and If it shall appear that n
Hoanl of Supervisors enn not mako
such nnpioprlntlou, tlio Attornoy (Jen
oral of the 'ferritin y bo Instructed to
bilng jnoccedlngs ngulnst any mcm-ltliu
ber of such Hoard of Supervisors lo
refund such mtleago funds. Adopted, i
ennui nucii iiiiivuku iiiikih. (l())icu. I
Tho Health nml Police Commltteo
reported on Petition 18, presented by wiillan glee club furnished music. The
Nakulejtn. relating to tho advlttunco guests woio lecelved by Mrs. W. II.
of Dr. Wnllach In tho kettlemeut Smiln, .MUj .tir.i itlchurdson, .Miss
to tie.it lepers undisturbed; the ercc- Ivy UlcliariUou, Mrs. George J. Itlch
Hon of a hospital nml lesldenco for Dr. ardsoii, ami Mrs. Walter Hiirke, of New
Wnllach at Molukiil, and an uppio- Votl;. ltefieshmeiits weie looked uf-
i priuiiou ior iiiu iiuy ui ur. vvui-
lacu iur uurii'K lepers, uu recoiiimeuu- I
allon ot tho committee the lesolvo was
Petition 2, introduced by Nakaleka,
relating to electors of Kalawao, link
ing Hint tho jiulnl bo Increased to 25
pounds, was leported on by tho same
committee. The commltteo recom
mended that 21 pounds is siilllclout It
(if good quality. The lepeis tliemsolvei ,
Informed 'tho leglslatlvu party ut Mo-j
Senate rmnmiinlrntlmi 1SS. inosoiil.
cd by the President of the Senate.
luting to guards and nurbeB of Onhu
jlnsnuo Ab linn was reported on, with
recommendation that it bo cousldeied
with Scnnto Illll 30, Introduced by
Dow sett, piovldlng for salaries and
pny of eiiiilo)ees of the Territory.
126 King St. Phane Main 58
can please you by furnishing you 4
your Order willbe
Senate Illll 10, Introdiued by Coei
lio, relating to iiounds, was reported
with amendments mid tliu leport
At half past eleven, Secretary At
kinson uimu In with tliu exeeuthc
messngo ciiiitalnlng thu (lovernoVii
vetoes. It lee nioveil to defer action
until Mondti). Curried.
Tliu Speaker's tublc being clear of
all business adjournment was taken
till Mundn). ,
A reception was given hist Thursday
afternoon by tliu Misses Ivy and Until
itlcluirdbon, tit their Inline lit Heed r
buy, lu honor of Mrs. George J. lllch
ardt.on, ami us n fuievvell lei option by
thu Misses Kichaiilsou, who vvciu uboiit
to leave on u tour of the world, kii
thu Huwnll Herald. They will bo away
ubout two jeurs.
Hllo hocletv gathered lo take lull
both in the welcome to Mrs. Illchuid-
I ton and the farewell good wishes to
other two joung luillts ubout to
I leave, "Nluokupe.i," ub the Hlcliurd-
son homo is called, was beuiitlfull)
sun iiiniiii is cuueu, wus iieuiiiiiiui;
decorated for the oaaslon, and u Ha-
ter oy uss iajuihu iiupui, ansa liiu
wrigiiL, nss iiuuou iiupui uuu aiib.
Otis English. The invited guests in
cluded the following: Mesdames J. T.
Mulr. Dl. Weight. Phlllji Kumulel,
Win. Conrndt, W. T. Uiildlng, Sam Pua,
K. N. Holmes, H. V. Patten, Win. Mc
Kay, Jr., V. II. Moses, Adam Undsuy,
I'hi tun, J. T. '1-cwls, Henry IIaes,
Kugeno I.Jnuun, Norman Ljnian, Itlclr
" Dniun, Hour) I.jmun, u U. 1.5-
Austin, wulso uapal, W. a. 'lci-
Blirall Ilap.ll, Will. Chalmers, Will. MC'
ro-lI. A. M. Wilson, John ntzgerald,
T- Ounril. Otto Hose, Geo Desha,
Clias. Siemsen, Moclue, W. Hill, Ilemy
Vlcart, Win. Downer, Ieliniou Gur
nuy, Harry Moreheud, Harold Elliot,
Castcndky, W. H. Shliman, Carile
itoblnson. Otis i:ngllslit L. A. Tlims
tou, Sam Nowleln, C. U. Rlchurdson,
K. M. Wakefield, Uswls, Clius. Kur
ncuux, Harry Shaw, I,. Severance, Win.
Weight, Herman Ludloff, W. K. Aknna,
0. W. A. Hajiai, Mlliauu Al, Aoe Like,
Geo. Knllienul, J. S. Canarlo, Peter
I.ee, John T, Drown, Misses Kute
Trowbridge, Kulel Uwallko, Emily
Hwallko, Ellen Lvinnn, Esther hnian,
Sarah hjmnii, Nell Pomeroy, Emma
Porter, Kuulel Hupnl, Hilulani Ilapul,
Guard, lluth Guard, Moclne, Elvira Ua
pal, Eannle StcveiiB, Clara Slilpmun,
Ella Wight. Alice West, Dr. Eiando
Wetmorc, Dejo, I)iiIsq Dejo, Mnry
Dejo, Pottci, Mary Potter, II. Sever
uuce, Alice Weight, Euinin Akumii,
Haunali Akamu, Mary Cunarlo uud
Pine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
1st mortgage loans on Real Estate
are the safest and best-paying in
vestments. Your money promptly invested at
prevailing highest rates without trou
bie to you ana tree ot charge.
Consult me at once; my long ex
perience is at your service.
P, E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S. King Si.
Aniioiinciincnt win miulo In
both houses uf the EvgUlntmo lo-
day that tho Uovernur has signed 4
thu following bills- 4
Scnnto Illll No 18, Act 43, nil t
Act. to iimoild sections 240 2412, 4
t 2414, 2147, and 2.03 of the He-
Vised Ijivvh, relating lo appeals
from thu Court of timt Heglstrn t
Hon and oilier iinxeiluio therein t
4 Henato Ulll No SI. Act 41, nn
.t Act providing for the filing by-
coriKiratlotiM of certificates of In-
crease of cnpllnl stock
t Senate Hill No or., Act 48, an
Act imieiidlne. Chapter 101 of thu t
Itevlseil Laws of Hawaii nml I'm-
vlilln for nn nddltlonnl soot Ion
t therein to be known as Section
f 1521 A, providing for pavnient to
t puhllc accountants of claims In
favor of the Territory under pro- r
Henato Illll No. AC, Act 10, nn
f Act. to amend Section 200 of the
4 ltevlsed taws of Hawaii, relating
4 to public and private schools.
Sennte Ulll No. C7, Act 47, nn
A,t lit n.nnti.l Uni.ll.in Mil ,.f I Itn A
4 ltcvbed Uiw of Huvvali, relating tl
4 to the KnglUh lauguaKO us tho
- medium and basts of instruction
I tu all puli'Jc and prlvato schools.
f Senate Ulll No. C9, Act 48, nil
1 4 Act nmeiulliiK Section 20'i of the
4- ItevlHed Laws of Huvvali, toiicern-
4 ing the method of establishing jirl- 4
4 vat'o sehools. 4
4 Ilouso Ulll No 20, Act 49, nn 4
Alt to nmi mi Section 00 of Cliup- 4
4 ter 13 of Act 39 of the Session 4
4 Uiws of 1905 us amended by Act 4
4 64 of the Scfsluu Ijiwh of 1905, 4
4 (oncoming tliu lemovul of county 4
4 omcem. 4
4 Ilouso Rill No. ft3. Act flO, an 4
4 Act relating to terms of Clicult. 4
4 courts, nmendliig section It! 14 4
4 nml 1010 of tlio ltevlsed Lnws ns 4
4 mueuileil by Acts 31 nml 37 re- 4,
4 sped holy of the Nifl of 190. 4
4 House Hill No. UK, Act 51, nil 4
4 Act authorizing the use of tpc- 4
4 writing machines lu making pub-
4 lie records. -4
4 Ilouso Hill No. 128. Act 52. nn 4
4 Act to uniend section 1379 of the 4
4 Kuvlscd 1.UW8 of Hawaii relative 4
4 to livery stables. 4
t 44-4l4 t
1 SPORTS I
Messrs. McKecvcr and Urocnlleld,
the champions doubles tennis team of
Kwa, will c'umo to Honolulu tomor
low to obtain revenge for their de
feat a few weeks ugo at tho hands of
C. (). tlockus and Major Van Vllet.
The mutch will bo plajed at tho Camp
McKlnley couits, starting at 9:30 a,
m. As tho games plajed at Kwa worn
very close, thoro Is n great deal of
rivalry and the Kvvu champions ex
pect to bo able to turn tho tubleh on
their udvciKiirles tomorrow.
Illlo baseball men aro planning for;
tho coming reason, with u prospect
of a good series of games. Ono thing
, , , t . i i
wnnte'1 8 ft Krundstand, nnd u coin-
mltteo vvns appointed last Monday to
try to secuio from the County permis
sion to erect a stand In Mooheuu
Park. It is thought that tho attend
Mice nt games would bo much larger
It theiu vvub such a shelter, with
DiBeball enthusiasts hold a meet
ing at l'l re in nil's Hall last Monday
evening. Thcio was u very largo
gathering present. After the meet
ing bad been culled to order, E. II.
Patten was olectcd temporary chair
man, with G. '. Alfonso us temporary
secretary. After considerable discus
sion the following were elected pei-
W. S. Wise, president.
G. S. Deshn, vice president. ,
G. K. Alfonso, secretary.
W. II. Johnson, treasurer.
J, K. Mua, scorer. Delegates: Wm.
Downer, D. 0. ISovvinan, II. J. Lyman.
II. Knell nnd J. D. Easton were
appointed an official umpires.
Tho by-laws of last yenr'H league
were adopted, also Spalding's base
tall rules anil regulations for 11)00
07. Tho following committees wero
appointed: On grounds nnd finance,
J. D. EoBton, E. H. Patten nnd W. II.
Johnson. On baseball teams: Swnn
son, G. Todd nnd It. J. I.yman.
The league expects to havo some
good teams entered for this sen boh;
thero Is a rumor ot an nll-baolc team
and tho Moolieuus are still on deck,
nnd a team Is expected from Wnlukea,
which has somo very good material In
It, so tho outlook for good huBobull
In Hllo tho coming season Is very
Tho meeting adjourned to next
Tuesday nt 7:30.
The Hoard of Supervisors should
Blvo tho bojs permission to erect 11
grand stand -for the accommodation
of the public that takes uu Interest
in hai miens sports.
furnished house with four or llvo
bedrooms, within walking distance
fiom town, Addiesa "X. V. '"
this olllcu, 3CCU-tf
into bottles. I litis it is
In Glass from Kettle to Ltp
The result is an exquisite taste and flavor,
distinctively its own, which accounts for the
of Budweiser in 1905
Mrs. Sarah Savldge, widow of tho
l.ilo Samuel Savldgc died this morn
ing from a complication of diseases
consequent to advancing jcurs. Mia.
Suvlilku was 75 eurs of ugu and bail
resided In thesu Islands since IS 19
Her maiden name was (iuvln and her
natlvu plucu u town near (llasgovv.
. otliinil. Mm. S.ivldgo leaves two
eons, William Savldge, rlerk of the
Senate, nml Samuel Savldge, and u
grandchild, Mary Alice l'ortcr. I
Thu funeral will bo hold at 3 o'clock i
tomorrow tuteinooii trom at. Andrew t
APES WILL SUFFER
A thorough nml systematic study ot
lepiosy will bu Inaugurated as noon as
lliu leprosarium ut Molokul settlement
Is completed. A new deparliiio lu tho
t f . ItllJllll f 111... .ItkJJ. !!.. 111 I. .ft .!. I
tlirougl, tho 1, of unimals: ATes uud
African ehlmiinnzees will bu taken to
the settlement and Inoculated with
itnfinu ut lliii ilriinl illu.MiLfi. ,Tu . ..a
t.ti.i .w. ..... u ... 11... -.... in r.x p.. 1
DEATH 0. l, SAVlDdiE - "ill T
11 1 iti mfiint'j n uic tliu uuu mi iiiiwi.ii., .
1 ini ,1 , u 1... Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,
I-..-.. .i,..u. ., i..,.. ,.'.... 1,
by nxtiwo obscrvnuce of thu tlKTcrvtit
tfind lit tins .lUnncn II la lis l.n lmtin.1
that n remedy will bo discover..!. I D . M. Cooke, Proildent; Ge.rge
It Is a noted fact that any and nil Robertson. yce Prei dent and Mana
iinlinalH which have been tnken to fe,r; T' Si JP'.T' ,aur" a" d 8"
tlin settlement huvo nn Immunity from 1r,eU1ry' F'l ... ic , ane' A"d ',orj p
thu disease. Thu unos will surely die . Jon"' c M' Cooke and J- " CMt'
from tho offects of lepiosy, but it re-1 Directors.
Iiialus to bu seen what span ot llfi
will bo given them; whether they w lit t
drop off iptlckly or will linger for
juirs us It Is with vlitlms now, '
At uuy rutu thu upes will die lu J
NOTICE TO MARINERS
111.UNTS 11r.nr. CAi.iroiiNiA.
(I.lst of Llgi.tj i.nJ ro-SlKiials.
Pucltlc Coast, 11)00, p.igu SO, No -and
I.lst of Lights, I1ihi)h und Da)-
mnrkB, Pacific Coast, 1107. page I'.j)
niiiiiin ii.-i .Kin-.-, ........... New York Underwriters' Agency,
1 7-8 miles S. W 1-8 8 from lllunts Provdtnce Wa,hnaton m.urance Co.
Iteef off thu hemoast of Ciillfiirn a.4th FL00R, STANQENWALD DLDG.
and I 1-2 miles W. S. W.. Miutherly. I
in .. ti. .r t t..t.t ?..., 1 i,t ..I...I
from Cnpo Mendocino Eight-House.
Ilellef Light-Vessel No. "G, teniKirn
rlly marking this Btiitlon, was reported
dragged out of position Mnrch 26,
about one and three-quarter miles
westerly, will bo replaced on her sta
tion as booh ns practicable.
llv order of thn Mght-IIouso Hoard.
II. T. MAYO. Comniiinder U. S. N.,
Inspector, 12th Eight-House Dlstilct
MAV1DQE In this city April 0, 11)07.
Mrs. Suinli Savldge, uged 7t )cars.
iVneral Sunday at 3 p. 111. from St.
sv"For Rent" cards on sate at
the Bulletin office.
1 ir 1.'
it its a nat we nave it
1 For Man and Women
Straw and Felt Hats
All Kinds-All Sizes
We Jiave a large and splendid assortment of these hats and arc confident we can intcicst
you. The newest spring styles which we have on hand art exceptionally pleasing, and the va
liety is great.
Try one of our cork helmets. Thcy'te wonderfully cool nnd comfortable.
M. MclNERNY, Limited,
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
Fort and Merchant Streets
is fermented in Glass-Knnmclcd
After the process of fermentation it is layered
Iayeu; irom lour 10 live inoniiis m uius&
.ined Steel Tanks, from which it is drawn
that of all other bottled beers.
Anheuser-Busch Brewlnii Ass'n
Sl. Louis. U, S, A.
H. HACKFELD & CO. Ltd.,
WM. G. IRWIN.. Pre. Ident and Mgr.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS lit Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pres.
H. M. WHITNEY ....Treaiurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steam. hip Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co., San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cane Shred
der, New Vork, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
C. Brewer k Co., Ltd.
QUCEN STREET. HONOLULU, T. H
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Suaar Plants Co
Onomea Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Planters
L 1 3T OF OFFICERS
B.Fs DILLINGHAM CO
General jont for Hawaii:
' . . r
It not a Luxury; It It a Necessity.
But you Must have the BE8T
and thu Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU. T. H.
Cmkiil r lin foiJ
MY ttm Elllll '1
Tlie Pacific Mull steamer Hon a nr
rlvml estenlii) urteriKMili Irom tho
Orient nrtei all iiuusiiiillv rough trip.
She sailed I01 the coast al iiinjii today,
ml lug n full piisseugei list 1 mm t'jU
ill), there being not n single berth oil
tin big liner wlih h wus not otijaged
She look ::..() Japanese fiiun this dty
who will be transshipped nt San iTan
clsco for Vlcloila She ulso Iiiih ISO
other steerage lussetigers. iiiwll Por
tllj.liose, who me going to San I'ruil
l.io to leap Hie botiellt of Ibe lllghor
bilges which 1. in b" obtnlued oil tho
The outwnnl pass-tif,er list 011 llio
;.ii( 11 was vet) l.ur.o and lucliidtil ;i
gnat .11:111) local ie.iile who lire going
to the .Coast. (1 P Cnstlo Is uuuitis
tl. 1'iinetigern on iionrd CnpL M11I-
son, of the .M.i. sou Mivignuo'i ;u.,
10.111 us to Snn Kinnclsci) uftei u short
l.llslnesH trli III Hie Island MUh I
V. '.Vhlle returns on thu Korei to Oak
land lifter 11 visit of neurl) 11 )ejr m
Mib I I.. Wnlilnm goes to llio
when- shu will Join Mr Wnbl-
ii.f.nii b) "iiv of vl.liirli on
THE SALVATION ARMY
.Mix. Colonel Trench und Mrs. Col
onel Ilruwer, fro.'ii San rr.incltco. will
have dnuge of the meeting in the
Army tlnll, coiner of King street nml
Nun, mil 11 Venue. Sunday evening.
(ommenciiiK ut .S o'clock
Mm. Cofonel lirewer will sing, with
guitar accompaniment, uud Mib. Col
onel I'lemli will preach. . .
Suiiibi) 'n-rvlies. Knio drill nt 7
m. lliillnimH meeting ut II 11. 111.
Sunday school at 12: 110 und ouii:
People' Eeglou meeting nt fi p. III.
Salvation mooting at S p. 111. Tho
baud will plu)
Mrs. Colonel Trench and Mra. Col
onel llrovv'tir will (omliKt thu meeting
In thu Penitentiary ut 12.30 p. in.
Meetlugn In tho Japanese bull, IAS
N HretunJ.i nveiiue. every Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thiiisdny unit Saturday
evenings, (iiuimcncliigl 7 o'tloek.
Sunday sclioiiJ ut '.)::() n. lu.
Meetings lit the Korean hall, every
evening, except Sunday, (oiuinonclni;
nt l! o'clock. Sunday school nt ifSi)
a m. niid S.ilvntlou nicotine nt 3 p 111.
.Sunday school on School street,
near l.lllha street, every Sunday ntt
(inoon ut 2 3d.
Ever) body Is lortllnlly Invited to
attend the meetings unit to send tho
drjldion to the Sunday schools.
Adjutant nnd Mrs. ll.iiubeiiy lu
rhurge, moisted by Captain Aim
Mroug uud Lieutenant Umg.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
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