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ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE
75c KIMONO SACQUES for 55
$1.26 quality for 00
00c TILIOW LINEN for 75
40c LINEN for : 30'
C5c FLANNEL for r.Op
40c FLANNEL for :j()i
$3.50 LAD. SWEATERS for ..... i?2.90
$3.75 LAD. SWEATERS for $3.00
$1.25 BLACK CREPON for 7.i ,
$1.50 BLACK CREPON for '....". O0
$3.00 PETER PAN WAISTS ' $1.00
$5.00 PETER PAN WAISTS $.M0,:
net 1 1 ill? electric. Villi wnhteil l know ' Wnlinea river, Introduced li Sheldon,
what iilMiiit llio Clerk, nnd whether he imHm tlilrcl renellng.
was going to be iRneired. I Sheldon, the Introducer of tho hill.
.imI within liuriy nays or ino "-- . .- ........v.. ...., ,..
Lyman Accuses Holstem
Of Bad Faith In
I SAYS CONTRACT WAS NOT
AWARDED ON LOWEST BID
The Harmony of the Lower House
Is Shattered by Trouble Be
tween the Speaker and
cml (it Imp session, ami mo commiiicc
liuil decided llmt by starting us cnrl
III 1KJIIIP till (Olllll 1)0 nieOlllpllslieil
Hut if It weir left I" tlio Clerk nf the
House It would lie n iliyilcnl liupos
dbllltj The Jiiuriiul this jwifr will li
bigger than Hint of ISO".
"Was thc'Clerk nuked If he couhl do
ihr work In thlrt days?" IntcrrogatiM!
Would It nut Imvo been proper In
Valencienne Laces and
AT ALMOST HALF PRICE
V, t? ii5 :i7!a(i "0 and7."f for a piece of 13 yards.
ALL PRETTY PATTERNS AND GOOD QUALITIES.
YOU CANT AFFORD TO HISS THESE VALUES.
EVERY ITEM IS WORTH INVESTIGATING.
TRICES HOLD GOOD TO SATURDAY ONLY.
rooognlro the Clerk In Ihn mutter be
i.. . l..ll..u ....ImI.I. fI.1
'":r i'i. ri .hVn,;. ,iti wining u. support the ,Mn
net omit nf the dangerous conditions
whl'di exliit there. "Vesterdn) I saw
the floveninr." wild Sheldon, "nnd
nsked lilm to nsslst me In this mat
ter, but lie xaltl he would apply tin
ax to thin bill If It name before htm "
K.inlho Raid that thin bill In simi
lar to Ills Inui-roatl bill, whlrli wis
killed by the limine. "Notwithstand
ing Ibis, nnd iib 1 nm n ropreentntlvo
of tbo bill." Bald Kniilbo, "I nm per-
retnilres us In do ro.P replied Hoi
dclii. The roniiiiltlee lias no Idea of
overlooking the elerk after the session
cndi, but Instead of titwIiiR thlrtv das
he will have only ten dnjs' work "
Pall explained that he was asking
tneso questions tuny iniii uv iihkui , . ,n,.m, nil i
know wUint wan going on. The Speak-, l'l) .K. ,M'1'
of this bill. I know J on gentlemen
uuisimI the killing of my bill, but 1
am going to HiipiKirt any bill for tlic
geiicful Rood." said Kunllio.
The bill passed by unanimous vote,
I 28 ayes
er repll('d tli.lt lie full) upprerlnted
Clerk Savldpe Informed the Houso
thcin ami If appcirniiecs Indicated that Senate Hill ill, the liquor bill.
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Illlll llll Illi Mill 1111
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ON THE MAINLAND BY COURT8Y OF THE
PASS IT AROUND A DISH OF THE DELICIOUS
Ciiocoletes Chocolate Peppermints
I In 1-2, 1 and 2 lb boxes. In V-lb boxes.
! Scotch Toffee
I In V-lb boxes.
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'JMIOXICMALVIID. Xf.xt to JwV'troimlitnii -Meat Co.
0 SATISFIED WITH
It is economical both as to
a saving of labor and food.
We have received a large new
stock of Leonards, Come and
look them over.
Speaker llolslcln's statement mailo
esterd.i) Hint Die contract for proof
reading t)pcvvrltlng nnd Indexing tha
House Jniirnal had been let to the two
lowest blddciB Is denied by N. K. L
lii.ui, who s.ns that be submitted a bid
about $700 low ci tli.iu the ones whli.li
i Ilnlstclu tinnounted jestcrdjy that
the contract for the HugH-di edition
hud been let to C. It. Iluekland Tor
SI750 and for tbo Hawaiian edition In
tlern.iid Kclokolln nl $.1U0, a total or
22."0. Tills, he said, wus the lowest
Hut I.Miian ll.itly denies the truth of
the Speaker's statimciit He sajs ho
Biibmltted a bid much tower tliau tlio
oilier combined bids. He olTcred to do
the work on both tlio Hugllsli and the
Hawaiian edition, for J1G10 JSIO Inf
er I linn lluiklnnd's and Kelekollcrs
bltls eombfncd. In pioof of the trtith
of bis statement, be shows a mpy of
his bhl, the flgurea In the copy bearing
jut bis story.
Ho states further than Speaker Hoi
stein as an explanation of bis notion
says that be signed the tontract with
Iluekland without reading It, nml In
tbo belief that It was uuotber paper
lio was signing.
The awarding of this contract Is an
other blow to Cleik Who of tlio House.
as WIo was In with I.) man on this
bid. If l.innii had been nwaitleil the
fiintrael, Wl-n was to look after tlio
UiirIIhIi cilltl n.
.Meanwhile, Wise Is b no niuins
whlpned In hh row with the Speaker
me i' the llouie lounul. On the stir
lace of things Heine In up) can. to tunc
u llttlo tlio best of It. bat Wise Is be
lieved to Iiac nveral big cards up his
rlceto wlilih will fall on tlio tablo at
tlio psj etiological monienl und changu
tilings vcr lonsldenibly.
Tlio Committee, louslstlng of Speak
cr llolstelu and ltepresentntlxeJ
Hughes nnd (Juliiti, han taken away
licnii iVIeu the work or iiiep.irlug tnu
Join mil for printing. Hiiih tailing him
out of a comrortable sum whlih hu
was Louutliig on making.
Hut after the Journal Is picparul anil
tet up, It must be attested by tlio
Cleik. Without his signature It will
not bo legal. Ami tlio louimlttee, at
ti aalo to tbo wounded feelings of the
Cleric, proposes to turn over In lilm
tlio bitpenlslon or the work after the
Hoiin' risen, which will leave him
about ten ilnys.
Wife ileelaii'H that bo will not sign
the Journal without going through It
inrefully, for he will not bo lesponslhlo
for .ill) tiling of wlileli ho knows noth
lii' Ami lie declines that he cannot
go tliiougli the Journal tnte fully In ten
days, ami therefoio will not attest It.
It looks at present as If he had tbo
Of course, nnotlur Clerk might lio
obtained It It weio not for the fact
that Wise lias too ninny friends In the
lloiiho for tbo Speaker to be able In
get rid or him summarily, as he might
wish to do.
The light has unl Just commented,
ilciluit' uncial members ot the Houso,
ami befoui It ends theio will be things.
doing mound tlio leglslatUo halls.
The h.iimouy that has ehaiacterlzed
the prot ceilings of the House or Hep
leyeulatlves for two-thirds of the bes
sltm reecUctl u rude Jar jesleiday af
ternoon fioiu which It Is doubtful It
It i an minor. Tho dovo or peace that
had peiched wreiiely abovo the door
mil looked ilown lienlgnly upon tho
iiiulcablu, U iiouietluieri curious dotiigM
ut the Hepresentnthes, got a fright
Ihat sent her soaiiug a way with n
.tlartleil eij Into the blue cinpfifuu,
nnd It will take miitli coaxing to 111
luce her to letlllll.
The tioubln nil aiosn tier that M'Xid
MiicKtlun of the Hoiimi Joiiriilil. Tor u
ilu It might have appealed to tlio out'
elder as II this matter hud been bellied
ami dropped, but to those who knew,
iv sluing linden in rent of feeling wus
pcrtcpilhlc, nnd no ono was surprised
when the trouble camn within an Inch
of breaking nut Into open warfare.
I'all Htarttd It. Tho Houso had been
u orklng all afternoon on tlio Salary
Appioprlatlou Hill. Tour o'clock had
come, and I'all arose, as everyone sup
I osed, to put his usual motion to ad
journ Instead ho asked u question, u
mild, InoffeuslM) ipiestlou In H mild,
luon"cuulo llttlo tout) of Mike. Ami
then tlio low was on.
Tlio Speaker had unnoiiuiixl earlier
la the. afternoon that tho committee,
consisting of himself, Hughes and
HtiMhlng. he did very fullj.
Then ltawllim .got Into tho lime
"We bccm," ho said, '"In be gelling
Into deeper water every time this
question tomes up. 1 would like to
know upon whom will rest the lc
spimslblllty U tlio work Is not com
pleted In time. If the eoiumittec Is
going to tin part of the work and then
turn It over to the elerk, It tieeins to
me the old ndago about too many
cooks shilling the broth will apply.
H the work Is not done la time, tho
conimltteo can say It Is the fault or
tho clerk, and tbo clerk can tomo back
and say It Is the (unit or the commit
Holsteln explained that the Journal
will be In the li.iuds of the committee
until Its completion, thu unh responsi
bility upon tho clerk being to look It
The Speaker unld It look seven
months to get the lust Journal und It
Is the sentiment of the tomuiltteo that
It should bo completed and In thu
bands of the members In thirty dnjs
"There seems to bo a stronz under
current In icgard to this matter," said
Hughes, "and Instead ot abating It ap
pears to bo getting stronger
"I am willing and reads In supiort
tho Speaker, ror I think that In all
his actions he bus shown that he bus
tbo good or this Territory ut hunt.
"I want to Blato right now that K
any member thinks this lommlttce
will not act rlchtl) In this mutter, 1
want lilm to get up right now "
Ilawllns said It seemed to lilm tho
other member from the Fourth had
discovered an undui current that docs
not exist. "I nsk my ciuestlous bccntiso
I want the Information, not becauso 1
liiiti! an) thing but the greatest regard
for the other gentleman and for the
Hughes denied any Intention or cen
suring Ilawllns. "U l have said anv-
tlilng," ho continued, "I take It back
"I saw a slorm brewing here at 10
minutes In 12 jestenlaj," said ltuw
llns. "Dirt I act like it man who want-e-d
to further It? I want to see this
session close In tho penco and har
mony that have prevailed for forty
She'tloii also wiufiiwiiro of no under
current, and said he didn't care a rap
who prepared the Journal so It Is well
"As It looks iib llinircli wo weio go
"Ing to have a Btoiin,' be said, "I niovo
Tho Speaker Insisted on having the
matter settled once for all,
Nobody wanted In adjourn. The Joy
or battle was in them
Kalelopii got up to explain again tho
meaning of his icsoliitlou regarding
the printing or the Journal. Ho totihl
n't sec wh the Hoiikc should at this
l.i Jo clnv spend Its time discussing it.
The Speaker slated that ho could
not sen any reason wh tho Journal
should not bo finished In the given
time. He Intimated that obstructions
might bo plntttl In the way of tho eoiii-
inlttee, though bo hoped nothing ot
thu kind would ciicui
Tho lecords tif the cost or type
wilting, prootreadlug, etc., or the l'.)05
Journal hud not btcu round, ripc.tkcr
Holsteln continued, but tile committee
was or tho opinion thai tho work tould
lio done t heaper under (hu supervision
of the committee
Ilawllns moved to adjourn. Tlio mo
had pasbetl third reading In tho Sen
ate It was carried thrnugli first
The lesult of Senate Conference
Committee) on the dcpaitinentnl np-
pinprlatlon bill, Houso Hill 71, was
rcai. The total ntnount, ns amend
ed by the Senate, Is $1,720,39.,
against SI. ""7, ICT. as was originally
In the bill. Many of the original fig'
nres were decreased and a few
Itlce moved that tho House do not
concur In tho amendments nf the
Sennte, as thcro vvero no specHlc rea
sons given. The Item of S12.000 for
the support of promotion work was
cut down to S'OOO.
On motion of Itlce, Speaker Hot
tteln appointed Representatives Hlen,
Hughes, Knlclopu, I'all and Akau on
Comparative figures of both Houses
on current expense bill arc ns fol
lows: Senate, Sl,72U,3!l; llou.'o,
fvnrbly mi Akau' Himso Hill t0, i Uwitwl tae Introducer of (III bill,
(HbllthiiiK cilfitoM fur the rMMntthili i wlm want the extension of his Jur
or convcvaiiee In various Countle ot, Wlrtlon all over the boundaries of
Hawaii and to provide for Hie ro- this Territory llhe should not do
$l,.r7, ICR. The Senate makes jm In
croii3i of $162,9:10 over the House.
Kalelopii, for the Lauds Commit
tee, reported on the following bl'ls
House Communication 21, relating
to homesteaders mi tho tlov eminent
land nf Kalaoa, Kona. The commit
leo iccommcudcd that It bo tabled,
as tin Commissioner of Public Lands
Ir. Investigating the status or tho
Houso Hill 100, providing fur tho
inle, lease or other disposition of cer
tain piopcrty In tho Tenltory. Ta
bled. Tlilltl) UHADINC,
H'iiiko Hill It'll, authorizing and
piovidlug for supply of electric light
and power within tho Dlstitct of
Wnlliiku, passed Its third leading.
House Hilt ISC, relating to the em
ployment of citizens of the United
States of America as Interpreters,
passed third reading.
Itcliitlvo to Houso Communication
22, signed by M. Victor und Dan Kn-
ilicniil or tho Knlhcniil Settlement
Association, asking that tho status nf
their i expect he right of purchase
leases Im thoroughly looked Into, tho
Lands Commute o icported that lilul
Commissioners Pratt ami Williams,
rcpiescntlug to flovernment and J.
T. Hrowu nml Norman K. Lyman,
leprebcntlug the polders or lots In
tho Association land tract, appeared
liefoio them and were examined and
iiuoift Innod on nil the grounds con
tained In said communication tor In
vestigation. At thu ic'iuest nt tha
cominlttco tho Commissioner ot Pub
lic Lands had furnished theni with a
wiltleu statement. The statements
matlo to tbo conimlttcu by Messrs.
Ilrown and Lyman eoiinboiiiln tho
statements In said communication.
Tho conimltteo thertforo torniii
inended that the Clerk or tho Houso
lio retpiested tn rorward a copy of
tills report und nlsu copies of thu
statements iittnehcil to Messis. ,M.
Vlct.ir and Dan Knlhcniil. Tho re
port tit tbo loiiunlttcu was adopted.
Tho Judltiniy Conimltteo icported
cording nf Instruments therein.
reiKirt wns nelnpted.
Itawilns submitted n minority rc
liorl, stating that tn bis mind tho
bill Is not broad enough to bring
nhout Hie full benefit Intended lo bo
Tho Judiciary Committee made au-
tther favornblp report cm Aknu'a
inensurc. House Hill SS, an act pro
viding, for the olll.co of County ltcgls
trar or Couvcynncca nnd eleflnlng the
towers and duties thereof. Adopted.
Tho Lands Commtttro reported on
House Report ir, from Superintend
ent ot Public Works Hollovvay, ret
cnunoiidlug Hint It be referred tn tho
Conimltteo of the Whole. It wna so
The Lands Committee recommend
ed tlu passage of House 11111 lf, pro
viding for tli" sale, lease or otbci
disposition or certain propertv In tho
Tenltory, Introduced by Hughes.
K.llitho oppoi-ed the passage or
Houso Tllll 177, relating tn the do
Mructlon or Decs. Ho said that a
great many people, espccjally tho Ha'
will Inns, are mal.liig their livelihood
by selling uialles, which inn alwaR
In demand. On steamer davs lela
me Hold, Including nialle tela.
l'ail said (bat n man could lip con-
cutHieted for taking nnd tarrying nvvny
dry ctlcks for cooking pulpites nnd
f'ned $.00 ror tho violation ut this
li w Should this bill hecomo a law
nnyono who Is found, ni rested ami
convicted would surfer the penalty of
both the fine of $50 and Imprison
ment of (10 ehi)s
"This law would bo the stumbling:
block of tho poor," snld Kanlhii, "and
ns riprosentntlvcs or tnc people wo
rhoiild not allow It to become u law "
Knlclopu said that the passage ot
this bill would deprive mnii) of tho
poor Hawatlatis from getting dry
..ticks, fallen leaves and bark, which
light the) have from olden times
Tho Superintendent of I'orestrv !v
Tho, audi a thing thin: It would havo
been bolter for lilm tn Introduce it
bill cnTcrlnB such plates as Tantnltis
tud other rewrvetl forestries
The penalty upon thote who aro
tonvlrleel of this onenfto would mm-
pel the nfTcndor to rmv a tlno of SC'I
or tn suffer Imprisonment. Krtleldpa
moved to kill tho bill.
There has been n hurricane In tha
House," said Sheldon, "and a nonl
many members havo been nffoctod by
Its velocity. I am surprled to find
Hint ftmie of the members tin not
cjulte understand the Intent of this
bill This law does not Ineludo
liushs vines and ferns, such ns mal
Kalelnpu asked Sheldon whether
the gnavti Is not a tree. Sheldon,
whom Kalelopii bad denied tho priv
ilege of asking questions when Knlcl
opu hatl the floor, refuted to yield,
but Kale'lopu Insisted. Ill response)
to the iticstlu Sheldon snld that
gimvn Is not a treo but n bush.
Sheldon moved that the bill pass
Mithnc said the bill is nut a good
one. It will put n great many poor
pe-ople In trouble They will bo
without llrewootl anil tho fallen
leaves will do no gesld whatever to
tbo people. He moved tn postponu
the bill Indefinitely. This motl'in
Pail moved to adjourn until 2 p.
m. Can led.
Tho Syiliiev Star prints tho follow
ing: At the Water Police Court this
morning, before Mr M. S Love, D. 8.
SI., flvo seamen, late of tho steamer
tfouomn, described as "prohibited Im
migrants," were brought up, em re
mand, charged with being Illegally at
largo They had been arrested on
coming nut of gaol after serving a
month for dlsobolng orders on board
the vessel III question Ah boon ns
Hie left Darllimhiirst they vvero look
ed noon as prohibited Immigrants, nnd
were ngaln tnken Into custody
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(Continued from Page 1)
pto who m.iku their living gathering
Cowers tor lels. Sheldon defended
the bill, pointing out that Its orfects
would not bo what Its opponents
claimed, but ho couldn't imiko them
kco It his way, und tho bill was kill
id by a largo majority vote.
In taking up tho order of tho day,
House Illll Kid, relating to evidence
before coronor's Inquests, canio up
for third reading. Hleo moved that
It bo lofeucd back lo tlio Judiciary
Committee, as thern wits a question
of law tn be passed upon. Carl led.
AX IS ItHADV
llmiko Hill H',:;, appropriating mon-
slgned tho contracts forjey for defraying tho oxponses of re-
I (lio priming 01 inn .louruui, ene i.ug-' paiiuiK niu hionti eiaoaiiitiiieiu 01 iiiu
I nun cumuli going 10 ino iiuiieiiu ue
Jl 30 a pago und the Hawnljiiii edition
to tho Onette Company at f 1.90 a j
page Tho contract for pilntlug, ,
pioof-rcadlug nml Indexing tho Eng
lish edition hatl Keen awarded to C H.
Iluekland at $150, and that for thu
Hawaiian edition tn Ilcrnnrd Kellkn
Ilo at $500, which tho Speaker said
weio tho lowest bids. ,
Pall stinted olf I15 Inquiring gently If
tho above II g 11 us weio coricct and If
the) lepreseuted tho lowest bids. The
Speaker leplled that they weio ami
Pall matin a few more Inquiries along
ihn same Hue, aUvns lu the same
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