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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . TVESHAY, AI'IUI. 9, 1&07.
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Lot 65 L
Gun Metal Calf ,
Mclnerny Shoe Store
MARBLE AND GRANITE
just received. Mnny new designs to
be seen at
J. G. Axtell & Co.,
1048 AND 50 ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. P. 0. Box 642.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Famous Extracts, Face Powders
And Manicure Accessories
CHENEY'S LISTERATD TOOTH POWDER, FINEST MADE.
Makec Teeth Ivory White, Kill Decay Germs.
LEWIS & CO., LTD,,
SOLE AOENrS FOR HAWAII
169 KING STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 240.
Of Cf Turkish Bath and Of Cft
UliuU Sleeping Apartment OliJU
At Hotel Baths
A Roast of Mutton
You may have your choice of mutton as long as
the supply lasts. The Vent m a brought us the best
lot of New Zealand mutton vc have had in a long
Metropolitan Meat Co.
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That'a the number to ring up. If you
want toda water that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purott gooda manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 7 J
Q. S. LEITHEAD
Big Shipment On Ventura
Will Be Destroyed
Two hundred irntes of jmtnlocv
which were drought from Australia
fur tlie local market (in the Ventura,
were londemned h 'Icrrltnrlnl Hx
pert Cinvv jesterday ami will he
iliiinjieil uveibnnid ut sea. The pota
toes wi ru Infested with the larvae of a
moth which If It mm; got a foothold
In this Tertltoi) would do a gieat dial
Somu of the potatoes were In such a
had conilltloii that there was not a
liactlonal part of nil Inch which was
not Infested with the moth larvae In
order that the mailer might he placid
nefore the Australian shippers In the
pioper Unlit 1'iof. Craw visited Act
ln Hrlllsh Consul Hinder and showid
aim Home speilmens of the diseased
A destructive beetle wus found In
tome inset of garlic which were t elo
igned lo Han I'lanclseo, hut that mat
ter will concern the authorities of that
port and not the Territorial officials
The Oienulc official were most tour
teems In everj way In regard to the
inspection and then the destruction ot
the Infested vegetables and took It up
on themselves to throw tho potatoes
out at sen Instead of having them
heie to be. burned hy the Teirllor).
(Continued from Page 4)
first they started work on Hie hill
wllh an ax, hut the ax hud been laid
The Item paused at fill
MAI) NO ritlKNDS.
'lhe N'oith and .South Kona and the
Kail magistrates seemed to hae wi
friends In the House, ami the Items'
for their salaries went through with
out being boosted.
Kahana wanted to raise the ia!ai
of the Btenogrnphcr of the I'ointli Dis
trict to SI2.-,. Done.
Then Kahnnu got a beautiful will
down from Haw llns. The Hawaii man
wnnleil to lsjost the Kouth llllo clcr
niiil Interpreter $21, giving him J 100.
HawlliiH wanted to know If Kahuna
did not remember lmvlu; agreed In
commlttie lo the 17", figure. 1 li.it did
n't won) Kahana an and the hooHt
It was .MoaiinuH's turn to go after
pie He moved a boost of $20 above
the bill for the district maglslintu of
Hamu7,uu, giving lilni 1100. The iciui
mltlee for the first time refused to
boost and the Item passed as In tho
bill. The dltlrlct magistrate of Puna,
howeer, got u $10 donation on motion
Sheldon's turn for pie come with
the Hi lii for t-alary of the district mag
istrate of Walniea. He moved u boost
of S5. Iloosted.
itawllnu git him In the case of the
Knunlhnu magistrate. Ten dollara
was talked onto the Hular) of the dis
trict iglstiate of Huiialcl.
WIIAT8 Till! MATTER WITH
Hko thought an Item should he In
serted for the na of the district mag
istrate of Nllhaii. "It'ii on a jmr wllh
lainnl," ho said "Make It 13." Oh,
make 1 $10," said Itawlliis "Twcnt,"
Itlco said he had just been Informed
llieio ale no policemen on Klihati to
urrest the pc ;)!e, ro he would with
draw his motion,
When the Item for salary of lhe At
torney Oncial was reached tho roar
of tho bieakers ahead could ho lieaid
and Knleloim moed that the commit
Uo rise and lepoit piogicss, which was
done. Vko Speaker Itlco taking tha
SHKLHON'S IIILL TAIILHD.
The Judlclaiy Committee reported
mi Sheldon's bill to leeiulre the fiu-
premo Com! to lender opinions to the
i.egisiatuui ami tlie (inventor.
Them lire very few Stales In which
such n law is In force, the committee.
lepoitcd, and where It Is tho require
ment Is constitutional and not stutu
tmy. Courts ;eiiciull legard such a
piovislon as objectionable and Con-
giejs omlttecl It from the Organic Act.
lhe committee iciomiueudcd that tho
bill In- tabled. The report was adopt
Tho Agricultural Committee report
ed favorably on tho .Maui electric ligh1
franchise bill, JIouso Dili Gl. Iteport
Tho same committee reported on
House lllll 1CS, having the simu tide,
recommending that It be tabled. Tho
report. was adopted.
One of the two vetoes which had
bien left out from tho morning set,.
Mon was taken up. Sheld the In-
lioilucer of lhe bill leipililug lawH to
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 17G-1S0 KINO STREET. PHONE 287.
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
HONOLULU, April 9, 1907
NAME OF STOCr
C firmer & Co ...-
Hawaiuiii Acflt C
Haw Cnm ft uff Cu
Hawaiian tiitar Co
lloticmiu ux"f Co
lloiioka Suicar Co
kntiuVu Plantation to!
Klhi 1'UiitalinnCo! tJl
kilMiiulu Sugir Co
kulua Sujar Cu
McBryde sugar C
Ookolrt bugar PUnt Co
I'aahau Sugar Plant Co
racn c Migar miii
Pali I dilution Cu .
1'iitfvki-o sutar Lo
1'fonrtr Mill Co .. ,
Waialua AkHc Cu
r"uku uiztt Co
Wiimca SuKflr Mill Co
MISCI LLANI OUS
Inter Iilainl steam NCo
HftiMT i l.Col'ref
Hon K TA I. Co Com
Mutual Te'rihiMitf Co
Oatm K cV I, Co . ..
Hito K K Cu
lluu U A M Cu ....
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Hah Irr 4t C, ,
Haw Ter 4 jic....
Haw Tcr pi
I law (i t ft . .
Cal 1'fft buc A Kcl Co
Haiku Hinar Cu6 tic
1 1 w Cum h Sug Co m
Havk Siinr Co b it c.
HlluK kCn Cm i opr
111)11 K 1 r l LU (il(
KailUkll I'UUI UIO pi
O j hit K. I, Cufcpc'
( (liU StlKar C 6 p C
OUa Su;ar Cut pr.
I'lotifer Mill Co 6 nr
alnlu4 Agfa Co j p c
m injur i v.u s(-s.
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LOCAL AND iENElAL
The first announcement In the
Bulletin'. Pacific States Tour Con
teit will be published Friday, April
l'eter's Messenger Sen Ice. Main 361.'
Talljhos, Ihery. autoe. Stkjch. Stbli
Low prices at tho New England Uak-
Komoil, found guilty hy .lodge
Wliltnej of selling Ihiuor without a
license, tins appealed
Something Hint will harmonize per-'
lectly with the decorations of jour I
Ulnar or parlor ou will find In the!
iplciuiid stock of wall jnnor ut u-wers
All lull resting book sale took place
toda at Morgan's auction rooms,
where the llbtury of the Inle Judge
IJrlee wns dlsimsed of Tho collection
Included iiitiii legal works us well as
a number of standard authors and
other volumes. Many good bargains
TWO IMJP FAILED
.lodge Hoblnson this morning gl an
ted OtoMclil Shlmnhara a d I mice
from her husband, Klii V Shlmii
liara. on the giotind of habitual druti
l.eliuiss on the part of the llliellec.
T OkiiMigo was also giunted a dl
unii" fiom his wife, 8a)i) Okasngo,
( n grounds of adultery on tile pal t or
NO MORE FILIKIA
Sales lli-t. Hoards 100 Ookala,
to I1J 1-: 10 Ookala, J 'I SO; '.'.'. Kwu, I
Latest sugar quotation, 3.59 cents,
or $71.80 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, 9s 1 1-2(1
SUGAR, - - 3.59
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu stock and Bond,
WILLIAM SILLIAMSOS Maiugir.
FORT AND MERCHANT STB.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
STOCKS IN SAN FRANCISCO
Pollowlng are tho quotations for
sugar stocks In the San Francisco V.x-
change April Z:
Hawaiian c 83 81
Honokn.i S. C 1UV4 ll't
Hutch. S. 1'. C lSi lb
Kllauea S. C 2
Mnkawell C 30
Onomea S. C 35 3C'i
I'aiiiihaii S. C 14 14
Union S. Co 43
do pool 45
The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnn
Bulletin gives a complete summary cf
the news of the day. 1
V Fine Job Printing at the Bui-1
be published In tlie newspapers of the
avural counties, defended ills meas
ure and asked for 1111 expression of
opinion 011 the part of other memhcis
Kalelopii though the GouTiior's ac
tion well utilised, as nobody would
benefit hy the law except lhe outside
iipwspupcis. And, anyway, ha said,
tlieie Is no mone mailable In pa) tho
expenses for printing tho luws In the
several counties He nun eel the ulo
Kaullio mined lo override. His prin
cipal contention was I hat he would be
benefited by the act as tho laws would
hu printed In Digllsh and Hawaiian.
A Mite was taken on the motion to
sustain, wlili h inirltd. 12 to 15.
Hughes Introdiiud a hill earning
out the terms of his lesoliillou of the
morning, to provide a home for tho
minor male children Ixiru of lepious
parents, and nppioprlatlug money
therefor. Passed llriit reading by title.
Q11I1111 Introduced a hill to protect
the owners of mhIii water bottles, si
phon, i-eir. ale, porter, etc., buttles.
Head by title Hist lime.
Ilicn Introduced a bill relating Id
awn licenses, fixing tho feu at 500 an
nually for Honolulu, $100 for South
llllo, Wullul.u and Liihalun, and S50
for earh of the otliei taxation districts
IMseed first leading
(Continued from Pag 31
House HfHolulluii 150. relative to pal
ing Kauwe $U0 for his laud at llllei
which wns laken b) the Cimerinncn:
for itt.nl purposes, 'lhe lommltlee was
of the opinion that this Item should
luiM" lit in asked for when the appro
priation bill for unpaid ilallus was be
ing (ousldeied, 11111I iiiummeiided
tluiefore that the lesoliitlem be tnbliil
The leport wus adoiited
Anothei report bj the same ioiii
nilttee was read on House Petition II,
asking for the election of a wjuirf nt
Knllhlwal 1 he committee recommend
ed that the rccpicst be granted and mi
Hem Inserted In lhe Loan Appropria
tion Hill for S'lOiio for the purpo.e
Ailoited 'I hi" Ultlds ('ommlttee also reporteil
on House lllll l.R, creating a Hoard ot
Commissioners for Public Liuds, lei
ouiiiieudiug the passage of tho Mil
with amendments. Adopted.
'lhe (ommlttee recommended the
tabling of House Itesoliitlon 1C2, appto
printing Jl.'DU for a lanclln;; and der
rick at Knlliia, 011 tho ground that the
Item should hae been asked for when
the Current Appropriation lllll .tn
under eonslileratlou i'he iikh.i.s
On leiouimendallon of lhe s-iut" com
mittee Huiis3 Itesoliitlon lill iippiu
prlatlng J 1 0.000 for the extension niid
widening of Desha I.'inu through t:
School street, wns tabled.
The House adoiited the report of tiis
lnuds Committee oil House Heiolutljn
110, npptoprlutlng $5000 for repalis lo
the laud and wharf at Maiiele, Lauai,
and at Kalialejial.ioa, Lamil The iiiui
mlttee found taht the wharf at the lat
ter place is In cry fair condition and
needs no icpnlrlng at present. It was
recommended Hint $3500 be luscited hi
the nppinprlntlon hill for Hk .'.liiu.di
The trouhlo between the Speaker
mid tho Clerk came up at tho end of
the session In the shape of a Miic-stlcm
laired by Hnwllns as to the light of
tho cleik to turn out his papers with
out a special lesolutloii of the Homo
dluitlng him to do to.
Without casting any reflection or
the S',nkcr, talcj Hnwllns, what Is
the Cleik to do If some of the papeis
are lost lhe easiest way out ;t" It
Is a .motion direction the clerk In Mini
over his papers. I make 11 motion Hint
tho cleik bo directed to prepare his
papers of the first ten das of tho M"t
slon lo turn our to tlie Printing Com
The Clerk wns directed to lead till
original resolution authorizing the
Speaker to employ extra ilerks In pi?
paio tho House Journal for printing
The Speukcr suggested that Itaw litis'
motion might ho linked on as an
amendment. Hnwllns agieed, adding
that the original resolution contained
nbsolulel) nothing to authorize the
Cleil; to surrender his papers. "If I
were In the Clerk's place," said Hnw
llns, "I would hesllate lo turn out
the papers under present conditions
Tho Spcnkci agieed that Itawlliis'
point was well taken.
long was of lhe opinion Hint Hit
easiest way out of tlie mess would be
for the clerk to appoint two assistant
clerks, with the approval of lhe Speak
er and the chairman of the committee
to piepnro the Join mil for printing.
Itawlliis' motion wns ran led, thus
settling the vexed cpiestlon.
BATTLESHIP PLANS STOLEN
Seattle, Wash,, March l. It was
learned jeslerday that the plans foi
tho battleship Nehiaska, which show
tho dtstilbiitlon of armor and batter
its, have been stolen from the desk
of J 11. Tux. superintendent of con
si nation nt Moran llros,' uud In this
tit) Tho drawings have been miss
lug llfteen eliijs Today the follow
ing notice was posted In tho jaid:
"To Whom It May Cone em: In
lefcicncu to tho booklet of plans of
tho Nebraska, taken from Mr. Pox's
desk, notice Is heiehy given that these
plain must bo returned within two
jdavs, 01 steps will be taken toward
their Immediate rocovuiy"
Thu battleship Nebraska Is vlitual
I) completed and read) lo be turned
over to tho Ocneinment About TOO
men aiii now at woik giving tho fin
Bat Your Meals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and all at Reasonable Prices,
U6 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 311
We Just Got 'Bm
New Lot SPRING SUITINGS just arrived.
We make 'em to your measure at ready-to-wear prices.
$20 to $30
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
A RAINIER TOAST
The married woman teacher!
We'll drink to her all right;
She's better than a widow,
We know the widow's might;
The school directors tremble
Before the maiden's glance,
The married woman's safer,
Why not give her a chance?
BRINK THIS TOAST WITH
RAINIER BEER. '
C A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main J 33 J
; A New Line of
Embroidery and Yoke Lace
Sdp nnd RnriV fVvrt-vke
I Also, Rcady-Made Muslin Shirt Waists !
I WAH YING CHONG CO., ;i
if' KINQ ST., EWA SIDE MARKET. ".'I
vW- xi-r-r--ci!- ri'Jz:i'&-Khr-r2-r--r-r--rx r-rj w.-j
J. landu b collegian OlotiiGs
Hotel Street Store
AND THE DEPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
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Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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