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RVENfNO nttU.ETlN, HONOLULU. T II.. SATURDAY, APRIL 13, 1907.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Honolulu Commandery Regular
5 p. m.
Hawaiian Second Degree.
el Aloha Chapter No. 3 Reguta
All (siting members of tlio
order nro cordially Invited to nt
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. 0. F.
Meets rory Monday evening nt
7:30 In 1. o. O. K. Hall. Port Mrcet.
B. It. 1II:NI)IIY, Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON, N. (1.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
?:30 o'clock In K. of I'. Hall. cor.
Fort nnd Hcrotnnln. Vlsjtlug broth
rs cordially Invltcil to nltcnd.
A. S. WI'RIUiR, C. C.
r. WALDIION, K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, . of P.
Meets every Krldny evening nt
IC. of V. Hall, cor. Fort nnd lloro
tnnla, nt 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lodge No. 2, Win. McKlnloy Lodgo
No. S, nnd visiting brothers cordial
Gsneral Business. .
R. CIOSI.INfl, C. C.
A. 3. KENWAY, K. IL B.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu IimIko Nil filii, 11. 1'. 0.
10. , will meet In their hall on King
near Fort street rvcry I'rlday evening
lly order of tlio 1 1. It.
IIAIIUY II. SIMPSON,
F. E. RICHARDSON. K.lt.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and llcrctnnla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
J II. WOLF. C. C.
E. A. JACOnSON, IL IL S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets on the 2nd ami I 111 WED
NESDAY even I n km of each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Ilnll. King St.
Visiting Eagles arc Invited to at
tend. L. K. TOO.MKY, President.
II. T. MOOKB, V. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, 1. O. R. M.
Meets every Fccond nnd rmirlh
Wednesday of each niontli nt H.in An
tonio Ilnll. Visiting hrothcrtj cordial
ly Invited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Pics.
B. V. TODD, Secy.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets svery second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month nt San An;onlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
rltcj to attend.
V. W. WEED, Pres.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
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MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
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(1UARANTEED, 12 lessons for $15.
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No. 18 Hotel St.
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etc., manufactured by the Hulletln
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King and B:thclSts.
They arc delicious. A
large shipment of pt., qt., and
gallon tins of These Olives
Has Just Been Received.
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You should try some of
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LOCAL AND GENERAL
The next announcement in the
Bulletin's Pacific States Tour Con
test will be published Friday, April
Panama hnts donned nt tho Olobe.
I'ollle imps for tnle. Sec classified
New rain toats nt Whitney &
I,ong black silk gloves, nt Whitney
Rest cup of coffee in tho city. New
l'lornl Pnrnde, I'nnullxe of tho Pa
cific. 15 cts.. nt nil newsstands.
Fine, cool, niosqulto-pioot house
Keeping room's. Sco clnsslfled nd.
Thero Is no beer sold equal In purity
mill flavor to lludwcltcr. II. HnckfcM
t Co. accntB.
Meet mc nt the Hotel llatlm nnd
Rowling nllcjs tonight. Refreshments
will ho there.
The .Mexican leaves San Francisco
dlicct for Honolulu on April 13 on her
Itend Surlis' nd today; It will post
j on on what Is new nnd give you prices
lahiit will Interest you.
Tho St. Catherine wns due to leave
Hllo today for the Coast with u full
load of sugar, accordlns to Pi.rscr
Hockley of tho Klniii.
Two hunched more cases of jiolivlin'i
were icfused admission to tho Ton I
lory by Profcskor Crnw )esterd.-i.
They mine from Australia in tho Sier
ra nnd were badly Intccuil.
Ileautlriil South Sea Tnpn cloths.
Hail's exquisite, scenic istnls of
Kauai. Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Co., Alexander Young llulldlng.
brasses, potter), fnns nnd baskets.
The Missouri, unci of tho lie.' steam
its, of the Aiiierlcan-llawallnii Co. Is
duo In lcne Paget Sound direct for
Honolulu mi Aim II 25. She 'should
bring u ery Urge, cargo fur the Iirui
The Catholic Church of St. John tho
Baptist, Kalllil-wncnn, In cliuigo of
llev rather Clement. Tomorrow,
April llth, 8:30 n. in., high iiinss, ser-
iiioii, lollectlon, Sunday school. 4 p.
(jeorgo Hcushntl, cdt.oiof tho Hllo
lleinld. nrilTcd on tho Kliinu Ibis
morning mid will be here till Tuesday.
He snx that between the Hllo local;
water mid tho new railroad to be built
to llnmnkun, tho Hllo people sec a new
future iihead for their city.
Tho steamer Nevada n leaves tliU af
ternoon at 5 o'clock for Kalmlul,
whero she will discharge ',00 ton j of
cargo mid take on .1S50 tons ol sugar.
Sho will then return to Honolulu,
wheic she will take on I ISO (dim if
mignr mid will tall Tor S.m FinntKi
on April 20.
Tlio I'wn-llotioliilu tenuis match,
which was stopped by rnlu Inst Sun
day morning, will be plnjed tomonow
morning nl 9:30 o'clock on the Scnslilo
courts. These courts lire iieiitinl
ground to nil tho players. JIcKimvc"
nnd nrienflcld will play for Kwa, Van
Vllet mid UocKiis for Honolulu.
Itev. J. Walter Sylvester, D.I)., will
preach both morning ami evening. 11
a . in. subject, "With Iloth Hands
Earnestly." 7:30 p. in. subject. "Tho
Fathers Have Eaten Sour drapes mid
tin Chlldien's Teeth nro Set on Edge.
A study In hereditary. Tho niuslca:
program is hh follows: Morning An
them by the choir, "Unto Tlico O Hod
Do We (llo Thanks," by Mason, liven
ing Anthem by tho choir. "The City
of Cod" by West. Offertory solo. 'Put
un your Strength O Zlon." Hiihu by
Miss Driisllla M'irx.
.Methodist Church Tomorrow's sei-
vlces as fol lows: 9:15 u. in,, Sunday
school; 11 ii. in., public worship. Pas
tor preaches, subject, "Jacob tlio Sup
planter Ilecotues Israel tlio Prince,"
Anthem by tho choir. Duet niu
chorus. Offertory solo, "Ono Hwecti,
Solemn Thought" (Ambrose). 7 p. in.,
public worship. Servlro under nus
plcon or Young People. Miss Dean, Hie
now missionary, in charge. Pastor
Pleaches on "Temptations mid Tri
umphs." Solo by Miss Wnddliicton.
"Peaco Troubled Heart." Miss Violet
Damon will render u violin solo. Tho
public Is cordially Invited.
1 DI1H WE
Ilcprcscutntlvo Itawllns this niorn
ing look occasion to express tho re
kentnicnt of tho House, at the dilatory
tactics of tho Senate. "Something
ought to bo done," he said, "to got
our bills by tho Senate. "Wo have.
only four days In which to pass n bill
(.ver tho tlovcrnoru veto. My expo
ilenco lieictoforo has been that tlio
Houso was tho body that dolaved mat
tors, hut this year it Is tho Senate. 1
think tho Senuto ought to get down
to business. Wo nro hero for bus!
iices not for play, and wo don't
wnnt to bo iIolu)cd by tho Senate, so
Hint when tlio Besslon ends u lot of
our bill will go lu to tho (lovernor'a
wnfcto basket. 1 movo, U It Is not out
of order, that tho Speaker bo lequost
cd to confer with tho President of
tho Senate to seo If something can-
not bo dono about this."
Tho Speaker dlicctcd tho Clork to
communicate with tlio Scnnto, aHltlng
tlio l'icsldcnt to confer with tho
Speaker of tho House.
Money n man Iiiih spent seldom wor
iIcb him unlesB It was Hjient fur
something that Intel Teres with his dl
For Want Column See Pace Six
DcBlrnhlo rooms wlih hoard at Mm.
J. V. McDonald, Piiiiahou St In
pretty cottage Just completed.
Quality has always been one of onr 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 mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
Over May & Co.
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
All other Jewelers have attested the superiority of my
products by that best of all Indorsements Imitation.
Duy the orlalnals, stamped H. C, which Incorporate a
standard of workmanship that has not been Imitated.
H. Culman, 1064 Fort St,
FINE HAWAIIAN CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
Notice Is hereby given thatthe undersigned by deed of assignment
dated February 21, 1907, from
John C. Searle to Benson, Smith & Co,
has acquired the exclusive patent right for, to, and in the Territory
of Hawaii of a certain Improvement in devices for smokelctsly heat
ing Insect powder
I Known as
secured to the said JOHN C. SEARLE by letters patent of tho United
ntates No. 692,075, dated January 23, 1002. All persons are hereby
warned against Infringing this right.
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We pack, haul and ship your
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DmImi In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
(Continued from Page 1)
Tlio Health Conunlttco alto reported
on House lllll 'J relating to tho prac
tice of medicine and surgery, recom
mending Its pimsaBo with come amend
ineutH. It alto filed itu report on the
Olio of the rccommcndatloni! of tho
(oiumllleo waa thnt a court of last re
port should Iw cutnlillslu'il ut the Hct
tlcment. Smith mild thut the Bcuatu
should go slow In thin imitlur.
Coelho repotted for tlio uinfercnro
committee on Ilouxo 1)111 14$, tho cor
liomtlon exhibit fee. All the memhera
iivoicd n fco of $10, except llowtctt,
who wanted to make It 20. 'Tho ma
jority icport was adopted hy a vote ut
8 iijch and 7 noes.
nxi'UNsi: too man.
Clilllliigworth rcportod for tho Kx
pendltiircii Committee agnlUKt the Item
for Initial of he chiefs uf Hawaii.
SMITH FinilTS FOIl CIIIUI'H.
The resolution provided for an ex
penditure of $0,000. Smith until that
a Jurgu numlier of Hnwall'H high chlefa
had hcen placed lu the mauwilenin.
Thu lest of IIiq rcmtiliiH of tho chiefs
fclioiilil ha jihiccd thcic. Ho read a
list of llii'in, tho gi eater nuinlicr of
them hcing members of tho Kalukuua
lino . Ho hoped that tho report ho not
Tint matter wan finally refened to
tlio Jiidliiary Commltteo for tho ptir
ponu of Imvlug a hill druftud (inuilng
tho ohjeit of tho icrtolutlon.
wii.i I'hoti:(;t iiiiids.
Tho l.undti Commltteu rejioitcd on
Kenulo Dill 87, providing for tho pro
tection of blids, lecommendlng Its
passuge. The taiue coni'mlttco reported
ELEGANT STOCK OF
This stock embraces the fin
est European, British, Mexi
can and Asiatio selections.
IfoWillin News Co., V4.
F 25 new subjects. "Kiraljo, the
O Dancer," the Volcano, and oth-
S en. Hart's Kauai scenes, Tapa
Ti Cloths, Brasses and Pottery.
L Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co.,
S Alexander Young Building.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
J 26 King St. Phone Mln58
on Scnnto Dill 35, compelling tho gov
ernment to shnro In fencing expenses;
lecommendlng that It ho tabled.
discuss i,i:i'ku nn.u
Umo moved to hnvo Houso Dill 31,
tlio leper hill, returned from tho Health
Committee. It was an imiKiriaiu
lnensuie, and should lta acted on be
fore the session closed. Smith mid
f'nnlhfi linth Knlil thnt thero wero mi-
dcslrnblu features of tho bill, us for
tiiBtunco thu publicity given the ar
letl of siispccis, whlcli' tho committee
i wanted to lemedy.
Chllllngworth said that tho present
method of segregating lepers was de
fective, at times nou-lepcrs wero sent
.tu the bettlemcnt, nud HuwallmiK de
manded legislation on tho subject unit
should ho snTlsflcd. He thought that
(lie uriest of lepers should bo attended
hy duo process of law. There wcro
iiudcslrnble features In tho bill, but It
certainly eliould bo tnlien up.
Smith said that the forthcoming de
cision of the t'nlted Stales Supremo
Court lu tlio Mlknln Kalpu case would
I Slave an Important effect on this imcB-
Tho hill wan Dually recalled fiom
1 1 ho committee, l.ano moved to hnvo
,Sen.ito Hill S3, relating to tho tieat-
lucnt of lepers, uUo returned. Cur
KINKS AND COSTS.
".Mnkeldiu reported on Hoiibo Bill SI,
Fi'ovldlng for the turning over to thu
initutlcH of thu linen nnd costs collected
, in the dlttilit courts, fa vol lug Its
The Ways nnd Means Commltteo ro
polled mi Semite Hill 45, niithoiUiiig
lliu iippolutiiient of deputy assessoia
by assessors, reconiinendlng that It ho
Senato IJI11 CO, providing for public
loans b the County of llnwnll, was
tabled on motion hy Mnkckmt, Its In
troducer, In order to snve time.
Senate lllll 8G. the gas franchise bill,
tame up for third reading. Knlamn
raid If the legislature could amend
this franchise. It should also amend
that of the llapld Transit, so as to
make It pay 2Vi per cent of Its Income
to tho Territory.
W1TI11NOTON SHOWN UP.
Chllllngworth read an extract of tho
testimony given nt the hearing before
the franchise was granted. In this D.
U. Wlthlngton Btated that the com
pany would pay tho Territory 24 per
tent of Its Income besides furnishing
tho lights of the city free.
The bill passed hy a vote of 9 ayes
end 5 noes.
Senate Dill 100, relating to civil pro
cedure, passed third reading.
Senate lllll 101, the anti-sign board
Llll, came up for third reading. Smith
said that the form of the bill was not
In such a shape that It would accoinp
llh its object. It wns referred to tho
Hoiifc Dill 32, providing for .tlio vot
ing of n Voter who has failed to reg
ister; House 1)11 1 40, authorizing rail
load companies to operate with motho
power other than steam; House lllll
170, providing for n )250 annual lic
ense for trust companies; and Houso
lllll 187, the license bill, passed third
J15.000 KOIt WA1MEA.
Houso lllll 163, providing $15,000 for
nn embankment at tho Walmca river,
passed second rending.
Houso lllll 104, the Wnlluku electric
franchise bill, nnd Houso lllll 175, tho
harbor hill, were referred to tho Uinds
House lllll 186, relating to Interpret
ers, wns referred to the Judiciary com
mittee. House lllll 192, requiring tho fur
nishing of Information In regard to
the possession of, firearms, passed bcc
ond lending, with nn amendment fix
ing the penalty for firms nnd persons
lulling to file such information nt n
maximum of $500.
ltnyscldcn Introduced a bill relating
tos condemnation proceedings and one
providing spcclnl appropriations to pay
certain claims against the Territory.
Doth passed first rending.
Houso lllll SI, giving tho counties nil
t.'ic lines and costs collected In tho dis
trict com Is, ennio up for bVcond rending-
Lane moved tu commit tho bill
to tho .Miscellaneous Committee for
further amendments. Hewitt moved
to refer It to the Judiciary Committee.
Mnhckau moved to give it to tho Ways
mid Means committee. Carried.
House lllll 131, providing for a med
ical Insane Asylum board, was tabled
on thu report of tho Health Committal
A recess wns taken until 2 ;i. m,
s I i
(Continued from Page 1)
Hy of the Government to Join In tho
tost of fencing. Tho commltteo rec
ommended Its passage. Tho report
IIKAI.TII AND POMCR
Tho Health nnd Police Commltteo
icported on the following bills and
Houso Resolution ICIi, relating to
non-leprous children horn of leprous
parents their care, maintenance and
education, wns tabled on recommen
dation of the committee, ns a bill ap
propriating money has already been
Introduced and has passed third read
lug. Houso llin 188, providing for con
rtructlon, repair nnd maintenance of
pilsons, Jails, station houses and
houses of correction, waB tabled on
iccommendntlon of tho committee.
Tho Education Committee rcportod
on Houso Resolution 114, requesting
that tho Judiciary Committee, draft
a law innklng County police officers
ulso truant 'ofllcors. The Commltteo
attached to Its report a copy of tho
law drafted by the Judlclay Commlt
teo nnd recommended lta passage. Tho
report of tho committee wns adopted.
NOIIUAAUD AND KITZOKRAM)
Tho Hoard of Agriculture nnd Kor
ettry sont a reply.
An employee of tho Uonrd of Agri
culture and Korestry, who was ap
pointed April 1, 1906, to tho ques
tions propounded by tho Houso by
lesolutlon of Representative Corroa,
regarding Dr. Kltzgerald nnd Dr.
Norgnnrd. It was stated that Dr.
Norganrd had examined about 3000
animals, mostly of tho other Islands
and that tho expenses for his travel
ing wore borne by thoso who sent for
Kalelopu wanted to know whether
tho doctor had examined animals on
this Island, as tho report did not con
tain such Information. '
Spcakor liolstcln suggested thnt
such matter would bo taken up when
tho consideration of his salary camo
In reply to tlio question as to whe
ther or not Dr. Kltzgerald Is an
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 wo are of
our reputation, you arc sure to so
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
02 King 8t
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box OBt
When you remember the fact
that tfie Bitters has been curing
sickly pcoplo for over 60 years,'
you ought not hesitate any longer
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
ing General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Costlvensss, or Malaria,1
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled
Friday-, April 12. ,
U. 8. A. T. Sherman, llnigulerre, j
from San Francisco, C i. nt.
Saturday, April 13.
Stnir. Klnait, Freeman, from Hllo
nud Hawaii purls, 11:15 a. in.
Friday, April 12.
' t). S. S. Sierra, lloudlctte, for S.m
Francisco, G p. in.
Stmr. Clniidlne, Parker, for Hawaii
and Maul :orts, C p. in.
Am. sp. Astral, Dunham, for Dela
ware Ilrcakwntcr, 10 p. in.
Saturday, April 13.
Schr. Mnhilo, Johnson, for San
1'edio, 11 p. m.
8. S. Nevadan, Urccne, for Kahuliil,
5 p. lu.
T. K. K. S. S. America Main, doing,
from the Orient.
! it ;Y .
American citizen, tho Hoard replied
lu the negative.
THIRD RKADINt! ,
House 1)111 88, establishing olllccs
for tho Registrars of Conveyances
within tho Counties, passed third
reading, to take effect Immediately
upon Its approvnl.
Houso 1)111 114, relating to garnish
ment .also passed final reading nftcr J
Houso lllll 138, to define tho pow
ers nnd duties of thu Superintendent
of Immigration, somewny didn't seem
to appeal very strongly to some of tlio
Representatives In view of tho fact
that tho House had wited tho day be
fore to strlko out fiom tho npprnprlu
tlon bill tho Item for salary of tho
Immigration Commissioner. Illco
asked to hnvo tho bill dofcrrcd until
Monday, to allow him to look Into
tho matter. It was bo ordered.
FOR COUNTIES' 11ENEITT
Houso Dili 213, piovldlng that HO
per cent, of the school, poll, personal
nnd lncomo taxes nnd llconso fees col
lected In nny County sluill go Into
tho treasury of that County, nnd that
tiixca collected on 'property shall bo
credited to the County where tlio
rroporty Is situated Instead of whero
tho principal ofllce Is, passed Its final,
leading without debate.
AN OLD CLAIM
Senato lllll 70, appropriating $760.
50 for the Department of Public
WorkB and the Uurcau of Agriculture
and Forestry, came up on third road
Ing. Tho money asked for Is to pay
an old claim that wns omitted from
tho unpaid claims appropriation hill.
Rice asked to hnvo Inserted $5000
for the completion of tho Mnklkl res-1
ervolr. Ho thought It would bo a i
saving to the Territory to Tiavo tlio
money appropriated now Instead ot
two years hence, so tho reservoir can
The amendment curried and tho
bill ns amended was postponed to
Tho report of tho Conference Com
mltteo on Houso lllll 118, defining
corporation exhibits, was submlttoJ,
Tho Education Commltteo icported
favorably on Senato lllll 85, innklng
tpcclal nppioprlatlons for tho Col
lego of Agriculture nud Mechanic'
Senate lllll 39, providing for u seal
fijr tho Attoruoy General, passed first "
illouso lllll 100 wbb returned from
Houso lllll 159 camo back Homo
what amended. Tho Houmi coneur-
Senato lllll 83, the undated resig
nation bill, passed becond lending.
Houso Hill 211, iclatlng to laun- i
dries, went to tho Health Commltteo
on fcecond rending.
Houso Dill 212, to oncourngo cot-fce-ralslng,
was referred to tlio Com
Joiepli moved to adjourn to a
'clock. Tlio Speaker shook his head
and Pall moved to tnlco a recess until
- a clock, rail's motion carried, und
the Houso will work.