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KVKNINO miM.HTIN, HONOMJt.U. T II . WlinNP.SDAY, Al'IIIf-10, 1907
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Honolulu Cotnmandery Regular
5 p. tn.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
el Aloha Chapter No. 3 Regula
All visiting members of Iho
order nro cordlallv lnltcil to nt
tend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets even Mondin ,'M'iiing .it
7 30 in I O O I' Hull r.nt slioot
K It IIKMUIY Sociot.in.
C A SIMPSON N tl
All visiting briilliciH MTi iniiU.iih
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets ovory Tuesday evening at
1:30 o clock In K. of I' Hall, ror
Fort and Derctanla. Visit Ins broili
era cordially Invited to attend.
a. s. vunm:u, c c.
I". WAt.DRON, K. It. s.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
MeeU ovory Prlday mcnlng nt
K. of 1. Hall, cor. Tort nnd llcre
tanla, at 730. Members of Myrtle
Lodge No. 2, Win. MoKlnlcy Lodgo
No. S, nnd visiting brothois coidla'
II. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S. KE.WVA.Y, K. R. 9.
IONOLULU LODGE 616, O. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge .No ''.!'., II I' O
, wil' meet In llielt lull mi Kin;
nr Kurt stiei'Pevci I'ilili cunlng
lly ordei of the 10 it
MARRY II SIMPSON.
ii. i: MruitAY. i: it
Am. M'KINLCY LODGE No. 3, K.of P.
Meets ecrv Saturday ovenlng at
":30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cor.
sort nnd Ilcretnnla. Visiting broth
rs cordlall) limited to nttend.
I.. II WOLF, C. C.
U. A. JACOUSON, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE HO, F. O. E.
M"et on the 2nd nml Ith WIRI
NHSDAV evenings of eaeli inoiith nt
7:3(1 o' lo, k in K nt Hull. King SI.
Visiting Kiigli's .ue Invited to at
tend. I. K TOOMKY, I'reKldeiit.
11 T MOOKK. V Sco.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
M"clH even H4i nml mil fun.b
Vednesdn) of eiuh mmitli m Shi i
tnulo llnll. Visiting luiuliois imdlal
Jy Invited to attend.
P. V VKi:i). Pies.
IJ V TODD. Sec y.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets avery second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San An.onio
Hall. Vlsltlne brothers cordially In
tlted to attend.
y W. WHICH, Pres.
E. V. 101)1), Seey.
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
botn your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Wing Wo Tai & Go.
941 NUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
play any sheet of mimic oi by par.
GUAUAfsTni.'l). 12 lessons for JK.
SAM GOI.DENO, Mandolin Hxpert,
No. IS Hotel St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
"Belle of Jefferson."
bottled in bond under super
vision of the U. S. dOVERN
WENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call "p
Kir g and i3 ihciSts.
MAY WE DO YOURS? I
We are sure ycu will be $
satisfied with our work. When $
you do not liavc time to do w
this work yourself and nrc in fa
to n great hurry to liac it done j
i once, tei us help you out. m
B " Everything Photographic "
Aran'! Yob Tired f
Tiie Old, Old Pictures
Wall Paper is only one big
picture covering the entire
room. And when you sec this
same picture, day after day,
year after year, wnkc up
stating nt the same thing ev
ery morning, it is apt to
get monotonous. You can
change the whole interior ef
fect of your house with wall
paper. Sec our choice line of
the prettiest nnd most exclu
177 S. KING ST.
One Trial Will
Fully Explain Why
Order from us today some
After you have tasted the
first loaf of bread, you will un
derstand why this flour is call
When you make some pas
try, that, too, will be "BEST".
HENRY HAY SCO, Ltd,
A SOURCE OF
THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINE.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellow Building,
URT" Fine Job Printing at the Bul
iritiiihniAiilflill'iffittfilliii I in HMHiiWilil nii'lim '
LOCAL ANI) GENERAL
Look for the names of your
friends In next Friday's Bulletin.
Panama lints cleaned nt the Globe.
licit cup of coffee In tho city. New
rior.il Paindo Paradise of the Pa
cific. 15 els. nt nit newsstands
.list In lino assortment National
IiIkciiII Co 's crackers Day & Co
Thiee ill links was the icionl ; itp -d.iv
for nitcsts In that p.iitltukir oi
l'aelde Hi'lieknli Uidge degree Ic.iiu
will hold .1 drill nt 7:30 o'elotk tonight
The National tliinid went through
hill exorcise at Aula Park last even
D.imlrti Council No. M3, Y. M 1 .
meets this evening for regular IiiibI
loss II Ahl hat hint Appoint -1 i'l I
nee snci lal 111 Jil.HP of I?e Plr." ic
slKlied Muniiel Ciitnuo. ihnrcrd lt!i ie
Imii'IHiiit nn olllcer, vns dli'litnf"d
" 1 1 nln .
lirr imke rliiR ns found in the
I'lillilnn litillillns this mm iiIiir. See
i laxslllid nil.
niiillv It'ipoz.i mid Henry l.ama.-ler
u'e taken Into ritstnd. eilcrda f ,r
liiiliiinlliin lo UKu their (- t.iuih'd
Solonion Kolo.1 and loiani) HIi'iMi'd hi
Tnke votir enrri.iKo or niitoinolillo to
Hawaiian Cnnlage Manfc. Co, for up--tn-datc
A Miinule line of stjllrli parnmils lb
on display nt ltliiin'B. Tiie prices at 0
i vepll(inall low
Mis. Kcams' Hawaiian preserve and
I'hiitncv packed anil slilpiied by even
I'tenmer. Order a tjfc.
'I Ills Is the icgulni night of Honolu
lu Acilc No 1J0. Meeting In new P
t ti til il hull, ut 7 to o'clork.
Puier Wllllnin H Mll.-s ir the Ml
kahnl.i reisirm that the Kcknlui Sugar
Mill iiiimuciKeil grliiilfiiE Indii.i.
On nnli LoiIrc will li:ne noil. III tin
'i. oml ilci.iec ilils evening, which all
members are leqiicsled to attend.
Willi net ft Marxh nill hold II Mle ol
white ,ir Ii enihioldcivd waist pal
mm ii; Iiegi'iiiing on Silt ill il i next.
1'iiiir t'hliijiueii were com Id oil of
g.iiulillng verteid.iy. Judge Whittle)
ihaigeil lie bunch up with J:'l and
WnlMth dues not uso new Ins inn
i nine oil In Ills formula, but Ilenii) ti
Co soil It. li'Cfi Port otreet. Phone
Mli Shaw, who Is teaihlng musle
at Piitiuhoii, has been spending the
Kistir vniallou In I.lbue. Hie gueM or
Mrn I Weber
Cihim T. Wilder, III ilmrge of the
i i di p.irlnient or ihe Territorial tiens
ui oiriie ptld Kniiul a visit In liM or
fli lal c up.it It) 1 1st week
iliiiiillton, llreuner mid Htguiio-.
i barged with drunkenness, were limit
S'l mid urns each jesleid.i) by lh"
Dlstrkt Court Maglhlrato.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by W. 0
Borgia. Accommodations, supplies
i lid r.ttcnd.iuctr absolutely first clacs.
l'lnt'st ballilng on tho beach.
"Tiie Kntnchamcliu l).unst)" Is Ihe
title of mi iiltlele b) IMllllllul V Dole
in the Sen I tie Dall News of Match
Treat jour iron roof to a coat or
AruIiU." Tin to Is no licl'er prcierv
utlio made. California Peed Co.
Mlns Anna TIikiuiid, formeilv - ii
leaihei ill Iho l.lhuu slIiooI, laino up
I iv the Wediiesd.iv bout for n visit lo
her sitter. Mm c clu lull m. Jr. who
has been unite ill lately. tiardeii In
IiiiiiI The Mlkiilinla. .in Iv lug Ibis uioiu
Iti". luoiight tiie rollowlng freight
.'10 bigs of Kolo.1 A Biigiir, Km lings
of tmo, 17 emjil) wine casks, ti imp-
gas drums and 77 p.ickngis of sun
drln Theie will bu a Central Pnloii
C'nirdi Sorlablu nt the home ot Ml.
nnd Mrs W. O Atwnter, ll'il I'ensa
(olit stteel, riiuri.ilny afteiuoim, Apiil
II. at :i o'lhvh. A cm ilia! Iniitiitimi
Is ( xtemleil to nil
'I lie lloute of lti'ireuentalles took
a vole (iiuolIUIiil) on u name for tin
new llghthoupc lender. All but tlueo,
i wo ot whom weio ulisent. Mitcd lor
'.M.ille' ns tho most appropriate naniu
lor Hawaii's home vessel.
The workmen emplojed b) tho llur
"II CoiistiiiMlmi Co., at ICnhiitilkl,
gnio ii liuin to Mr. Hiiliih Ilehbanl last
'ilphl .it the lesldemo or .Mr. McCnbe,
i'.iiioii. Mr. lb lib ml leaves for the
iialiitaiid today In tho t). H. H. Aliimu-
i:li tiilve iilierntlons nro being made
on l'ii' oir Hooi of the olil l'mgiei.,
liloik, recenll) piiielmscd by the ,Iup
n.ieso tloveinnienl for u Consulale. A
large opening Is bring cut Ibiougli the
wall belnii.li the lornii sloie and
K10111 n IMtlon exchangu U learned
tliu ileal ti of Hem) C. l.)on. Mr.
l.on was lu (barge of one of the first
peixuiiiilh (ondiiitcd lliiMiiond &
Wlilti (null purtlcs tliilt Usltnl til o.so
i-liiiids He was Cu .Mars of age ut bin
Tho Tcrrltoiy Stublos Co. nro again
nt business nt their old stand with n
new nuiiiiiger. Tho best ot livery on
hand nnd furnished upon short uo-
tlic Tho caro and boanllng of horses!
igunianieed to bo thu bast unit s:itlnf:ie4
II) a umtnlmouu vole of the Pulvi r
Hltv Club Inst evening It was doihlid
lo piiuhiiM' the ll.i.ilelen Lawn pieie
Ii'im and evpeuil nlniul tluiMiU on u
modellng H.iuio The Club expeits to
have things rinilv for u houi-ewaini.
ing In iiliout three mouths
The Mokihnnn chili of Mime held Its
legular inonthly meeting last Wednes
day nml had another enleitalulng
stuili sit Cltluii and Clilnebu lire. Mis.
Isenberg, who wns In ehuigo or the
piogiuni, Ii ii c 1 iillotted a sketch or Cou
rueliis lo Mis. A II Itlie, who gave an
intiiesllng iiiioimt or his Inllueutu on
t'hlnihi) rliaraitcr, Mrs Isenlieig was
uiuible to lead thu paici she had pie
pat i'd on tiie Itellglons or China, but
Mm W H Hlcc, Jr.. kludlv oiiue lo
Iho niMi-iu .Soiui delightful iiiukIi .
huth local nml intiriimeninl. was uud
ored Ii) tho Misses ahaw and Htbul
Wilcox. Mis W H nice Sr acted us
hostess on the occasion and s.iw to the
lnatcrlul coiufuit o( thu luciubcis.
has always been one of our chief
aims. Lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, and substituting, is
not our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's igcntnl satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
BOSTON BUILDING, TORT STREET
Over Slay & Co.
AUm 1 vi
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
All other jewelers have attested the cuperlorlty of my
products by th?t best of all Indorsements imitation.
Buy the originals, stamped II. C, vlilch Incorporato a
standard of workmanship that has not been Imitated.
H. Culman, )064 Fort St.
c iwsiijaajniiwiini iinngifranngw
J Notice Is hereby given that'hc undersigned by deed of aoslgnment
dated Fctruary 21, 1907, from
John C. Senile to Benson, Smith & Co.
has acquired the exclusive patent right for, to, and In tho Territory
of Hawaii or a certain Improvement In devices for smokclcssly heat
ing Insect powder
Known as "SKEEW
secured to tho old JOHN C. QCARLE by letters patent of the United
States No. 092,075, dated January 23, 1902. All persons are hereby
warned against Infi litgl.ng this light.
rrr-. r-r-. f . ,
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
AMERICANS TO EVACUATE
CUBA NEXT YEAR
Havana, Vui.. April 9 It Is prob
able Unit Ami Hi mi orcupnlloii will
end on .lull I, VM2.
PEARY WILL MAKE
ANOTHER POLAR TRIP
WntlilliRliwi. I) C., A pi II !. Cnplnlli
l'onn Ii.ih Ik en gi anted leave of nb
tenie to eomiiiand a polar expeillllon,
whleli will leave III June.
. TRENCH BAKERS STRIKE
Mainlines. I i.tnce, Apill 0. Olio
lliouuiud In I oik hi'vo stiuek.
EUROPEAN TOWNS FLOODED
Ilelgiade Meriia April 9. Many
towns lu Kervla uto Hooded.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
tlulletln gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
SIPST- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -n
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit?
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as wc are of
our reputation, you arc sure to se
cine correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Aliana & Co.,
62 King fit.
PHONE BLUE 2741. j. O. Box 0B
ELEGANT STOCK OF
This stock cb.braccs the fin
est European, British, Mexi
can and Asiatic selections.
PfflEfallan Hews Co,f SL
Raphael Tuck & Son's Artistio Post
Cards. Prize Competition. List at
UAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Mcana, Young nnd Hawn. Hotels.)
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
LIQUOR BILL 01
(Continued from Paae 1.1
If inn. Is thu .ii.d'. c fie.ik i hisiilleu
Hon over Ihe i hiHsiiliiillon of thu
pli'seul law, Willi h lestilitH the
) wboliKilliiK to ijuiiillticH of Hie gal
lons nnd oict, nml the totalling to
. nii.iiitltles less tbiin (lo gallons?
I He.'onuiy Kennto 1 1 1 1 1 No. i lles
the fie for the letull llcenso for tho
inloin liunlnos.s at $10(10.011 per an
num Cm any good icason bu shown
why thu saloon llienno fco sliull lu
iiiIm'iI (hid huiidied per lent., when
ot the Kutuo tliuii u lestrli Hon to pine
tleall) the Biiue extent Is inailo to
this i lass of III onsos, U : lieiiulttlng
the llictihces to Hell only Illinois fpr
linmedli'to lousiimpttou on the picm
ises, wheieas heictoroie he wiih iiImi
peimltled to bull In quantities less
than Ihe gallons for lousumptlon oth
er than on the llieused prenilscH? Ill
this Mime lonnectlou, let us usk, Is
theie am equity in that portion of
Semite Hill No 91 permitting clubs
to sell liquors at all limit h. Including
SunilnvH, nt tut minual lliciiho fco of
mil) J2fi0 00, wlille the saloon busi
ness, loiognlzeil every wbeie as tho
principal lutnll liquor business, Is
taxed an niimial fen or $1000.00, and
lehtilrtcil as to horns and Hunilnys?
Thirdly Lot us briefly tefer to tho
tlaiue limiting Ibenses, nil clakses,
at tho l.ttlo of oiio to every 1500
Mini i or population, nml lo a siilnw
client section, lending us follows:
"Set Hon 11 No lenewnls of exist
ing licences shall ho ginntoil except
tinder the ptotlsloiiH of this Ait. A
lencwal of a llionsu uliull bo decnioJ
an Iskiianro of u licence."
This limitation will place tho num
ber of licenses, nil clashes, lt.:
wholesale, E.iloon, hotel nnd testaur
tint, nt approximately thirty for thu
Dlstilct of Honolulu Tlneo times
that niunhei nie1 now existing nml op
oi.itlmr; wlilih mio-tlilnl or tlio llq
mil liunlni'1,11 In llouolulii will bu fu
voied under the eqult) of thu propos
ed act, nnd what Juntlro can bo show i
thu remaining two-thirds or thu liq
uor business, the present otvucio of
Corruption Will Follow
Is Opinion Of
I2d Day Poteiioon Session,
The passago of the liquor bill on
third tending wns the most Import
ant feature of the.Senato session this
morning. Scleral amendments were
made, among them being one which
iiuik-a tho llienso $1000 for nil sa
loons within ii indlus of a flint, no
mid or thlid class postorilic, so that
nil such places will be Included un
der the high license piovlslon, except
thosi which nrc situated In very tc
Makekau fought stictiuously hut
unstitccssriilly to knock out tho pro
vision which limits thu number of sa
loons to one fin each liiOO Inhabit
ants. His iiigiiiueut wns that Here
would he such a demand ror license
that It would lead to the corruption
of thu boaid Issuing the llrcnscc, und
lurther thai It would tend to eutour
ago Illicit selling.
While the bill flniill) paeed In n
form which Is fairly satlsfnitoiy to
the Senators who are most Interested
In the nieasuie. It Is contended that
mine or the routines have been IlitrJo
so strict that the bill will bo killed
In the House.
Smith repoited for the Special
County Committee on Sennto Hill .',0,
eieatlng tho olllce of County Sutvey
or, reiommeiidlug that It bo tabled.
Tho Judiciary Committee reported
on House Hill 11, providing for the
support of thu family of a decenued
peison pending the administration of
his estate, recommending Its passago
with certain amendments. The name
committee reported on Semite. Hills
.'I and 2f, relating to the establish
ment of rcglstiatlon ofllcos of each
fount), recommending that they he
Senate 111 1 1 U0, proUdlng that citi
zens only must hold tiovcinmcnt po
sitions, paused thlid leading as amen
ded on second leading b tho addi
tion or tho lyovlso tbut aliens limy
Ik cmplo)cd when It Is not practica
ble lo obtain citizens.
ami:nd uncoil 1111.1,
Senate Hill 91, the liquor bill Inlro
dueeil b) tho Special Liquor Commit
tee, wns taken up on thlid ivudiii.1;.
MiCiuth) moved to Mrlke out the pin
vision that liquor hold Ip saloouh mu.il
he consumed on the piemlscs. Cu
lled. MrCnrthv also moved that wbeio ho
tels nml rchUiurimts were given tho
right to sell liquor uftcr i losing or in
election bonis, mid on Sunday, they
must paj an iiddltlouul license fee of
He also nun od to amend that no
minor or female shall be permitted to
leuialu In uti) p.ut or n hotel or lea
taill.iut wheie Honor is sold. Adopt
ed Chllllngwoith i ailed attention lo tho
fact that thcie was no pioilslou In thu
hill which allowed ding stoics to sell
ill tigs lontulnlng liquor.
KiiiiiUeii tald that the deflnlllunj
contained In the act wcie explicit
McCarthy cvplnlned thnt under the
l'cdcr.il law druggists who sold such
drugs had tn lake out u Pcdeial liquor
Chllllugwoitli said druggists had
called his attention to tho matter. Mc
Cailhv moved to stilke out tho section
piovldlns thai the p.imcnt of thu Fed
eral apcel.il tax- shall bo evidence of
Illicit sale. Cuirled.
WANTS linSTHICTION OUT.
Mnl.eknu moved to strike out thu sec
tion which limited tho number ot lic
enses to one for evny l.'.OO liihiibllnnls.
whli Ii nio likely equally as worthy to
continue their business, by taking
away, by no fault of theirs, their pi Iv
liege of continuing in thu business?
lu conclusion, permit us lo focus
with tlio searchlight or public opin
ion the iiluu or tho proposed liquor
law, wo hud almost consldcied it
iilmlc. Sonnto Illll No. 91, H en
nctol, can certulnly not bo lonsldoicd
by tho anti-liquor people ns lining
Kitlsfactor) to their alms, as Its un
reasonable lestilctlons cun only fos
ter Illicit llquor-sclllng.
Seaich the hill as )ou please, theio
can bo only one aim, and that lu to
benefit the "bottle Joints" who pios
pcred not so long ago, but wbnt wo
tan still remember It, upon thu trade
of u multltildo of "blind pigs" opei
n t liipr under n similar law, ns fur as
icstrlctloiiH and limitation of saloons
nro c liucai iicd, ami under similar con
ditions, as .Somite Illll No. 91 Inad
vertently, let us hope, would cicato
We hardly believe that It Is tho In
tention of the I.eglshituiu tn loveit
to the runner times, hut that It Is
their aim to better leguhitu the liq
uor huslurm, und this can only bo
dotio b) le.isouiible lestib tlous, ions
unable fees, and a pioper classifica
tion, keeping both blanches, whole
cale mid letull, distinctly upiut; and
by all means let the pioper authori
ties, with the aid ot the police, and
not tin (High the enticing or Innocent
) on ill to none an stool pigeons, poo
to It that all tho conditions of the li
censes are carried out fully.
P. P. RYAN.
Honolulu, April 10, '07.
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New moon April 12 ut S:35 n. III.
Times of tho tldo nro taken from
tho United States Coast and Geodetic.
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 bourn
SO nilnuUs slower than Greenwich
time, being that of tho meridian of 157
degiees 30 minutes. Tho 1 1 1110 whistle
blows ut 1:30 p. m., which Is tho sumo
ns Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sim
find moon nro fur local time for tho
Wedncsihy, Apt II 10.
Stmr. .Mlknlial.i, tlregoi), from Kauai
ports, I a. in,
Tuesday, April 9.
Stmr. lnnl.tnl, I'lllz. ror Maul, Midd
led mid l.r.nal, C: 10 ji. in.
Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thoinpson, for K11
1111I ports, ,p p. 111.
Schr. Mol Wahliie, for Hawaii, l:M)
O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Dixon, for tho
Orient, r,:10 p. in.
Stmr. I.lkellke. for Maul and Hawaii
ports, ii: 13 p. m.
Widiiesdny, April 10.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dow dell, for dan
Fiancl'.eo, 10 a m.
f U )C X :t 31 ;i A' ,t ii. A X M 3C M X SB
:i PA33ENQERS &
ii Arrived Y
I'tr stmr. V (I. Hall, for Kauai,
Apill 9. J K f Ilageus, C. Dement,
Miss Chandlnr, Miss M. Kcrnnnilez,
.Mrs. J. C. lii.iw'ii and servant, P. H.
ilanev, W I llollbioii, C. JI. Ccsike.
Per S. S. .Mll.nti.ila, Oregor). fnmi
'vatinl jiorls, Apr 10. P. nay, (I. Kn
lamnknul, Mrs. K Knbele, Mis. S. M11
hlhllo. It. V. Pltllnger and 60 deck
Per stmr. Iwnhuil, for Maul, Mtilo
knl and Lan.il. April 9. Miss K. Paa
hao, Knthcr Thoinas.
Per S. S. Coptic, for the Olleiit,
Apill 9. MIfh Ada Hodglns, .Miss Con
; PAS3ENQERS 3
it Departing ii
it St H A K It Ti K K H it K K X X SC
Per S. S. Alameda, for San Pran
clsco, April 10. Miss S. V. Appling. D.
Cnnwny, .1. Chnsscn. C. I.. Clark, W.
Cotlir, J I))bou, Mis. Djcoii and 3
chlldien, .Mrs P. M. (Iray, IJ. I). M.
Oieeii, Mrs. (ircen, II, G. Hendersoii,
It. H. milliard, Mi 1 .1. Hunt and son,
Mls4 J 11. Jiiidlne. D. Lambert. H. II.
Leaf, S. leser, Geo. I.Isliuian, Mis. A.
.1. I.J011-", J I, I'airlsli, U. P. PniMius,
Mis. P.iisoiis, i:. i:. Paxtun, Mis. P.ix
ton, .1. M. Pleiie, .Mr. Pllklnlon. Mrs.
Ptlklntoii, Mrs. Plans. Miss Itegun,
Mis. Ilobliisou, W 1. Smith, .Mis.
Smith, Mis J C Hlewatd, G C Stiate
me)er nnd 5 children, Mrs. II. N. Tay
lor, ilnugbtdi, son and 11m Id, It, P.
Valentine, S. G, Warden. R. T Wilbur.
The BUGINE3S MAN'S HANDV IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bull.
1I.1 and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comuleis resume of all lo
cal notices, calls for tenders, 'judg
ments, biilldlrig permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin)
75 d per month. Weekly Bulletin,
S1. per vr.
Zgf BULLETIN ADS. PAY -M
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He 1 (intended that lu lase It weio
passed tho license would bo held by
only n pilvllcgcd few, who would
piobabl) bo thu friends of 11 member
of the liquor board. Should theio bo
100 applicants on O.1I111 and only lu
licenses to dlktrlliute, who would got
1'iem" It would probabl) bo the fileuds
of tlio menibcis, nnd would eniounign
brlbeiy. Ho did not think It was piop
er for tho I.cgUlatuiu to take away thu
rights or the people and place them lu
tho hands of a few. ir the number ot
licenses weio icBtrlUed Illicit liquor
soiling would he encouraged. Ho was
satisfied with the other features of thu
bill, but this 0110 provision he wail
Tho motion to strlku out the section
VII.LAOi: UCHNSKS RAISHD.
I In) selden moved to amend tho sec
tion making tho fco for llccm.es locat
ed within a five-mile melius of a first
or second class postofllio $1000 by
making it include those within siiih
a distance of a third class nostolllee.
'Iho liquor dialers In tho outside ills
lilits wero willing to pay Iho Incietised
license. He claimed that as their
privileges had been Incieaboil their lic
ense should lie Increased This would
take In all saloons except those lu Iso
lated country places. Cnirlul.
LIQUOR MM, PASSIM.
Coulho moved to pass the bill thlid
leading.. Tlte hill passed by n vote of
9 to fl ns follows:
A)es Coclho, Hnyselden, Knuilsen,
Ijiiio, McCaithy, Smith, Chllllugwoitli,
Kalamii, Bishop 9,
Noes Dowselt, Gundall, Hew lit, Ma
kekau, Woods, Ilrown C.
Semite Illll 9.1, tho general license
law .lame up foi thlid leading, but no
tion waB deterred until toinonow.
House Dill 74, tho current expense
bill, was read on thlid readlns. but a
iceess until p u. was taken befoio
it was voted 011.
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