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Si:.I. i r 1 1. Anno Domini
P. It ni'KXUTTR.
Votary l'ulillc. first Judicial Circuit.
AI'KII, Hi. ItniT.
IMh the Muul.lp.ll I .fine It Im'
nmeniled out of existeute
While siiRai1 tontlnileM inovliu; up
Hawaii eau he iUlte ouipl.li cut,
iIiihirIi the t.iRlslature does strlKo
an o. caslonul tmip'nt.
Tans the pilmary law It repie
relits n imrt prnmUo. and If It does
not accomplish nil the Rood tin friends
hope, it i an do no harm
Diu'l let an uppoituhlt for le.it ti
ns to serine pensions depend on whe
ther thutmarrlod-ttMtlieis' hill re
lehcs fornlilo ronsldcrntlou oi not.
.Senator llaselden b.i.h ho he
liovos u man. should he the pcimn
neut pilndpal of Lahalna si hool.
Well mid rikkI Now uho Is Hie man
lit the bottom of It all
The peiullnrlty of .Meko's latest
ihnl.e Is thut It shows no dlsposliioii
to slop Mexico lias ulwu)s heon on
linslalile uirth, hut neer hefoio III a
Hale of perpetual motion.
I'iiikli.im can stand Wall.iUi. hut
wliou It couieii to people, addicted to
fads nnd ' sooln' tliliiRH ri.1 nlRlii" ho
has strut): cmitnRlon Hint neither
tarhollc nor (oninion senso tan con
ijuor wn"i. . u m !
AccouIIiir lii all ludli'itlous, this
l.cRUlatuin docHii t niiicli cue wheth
er Hawaii seniles T.uinpcan Imnil
prantH. Less ltiil prolilcnis liau re
tched houiB of poniloroiij tlioiiRht
nnd prejudiced comment.
Maul annou rues a season of toM
wcnthoi with red noses and tliapped
hands. Times uro ihunRinR Tlio
day was when Hiuli a reminder ol
snowy slopes would han thrown the
piomotlou Raller Into a permmieiil
Justices of the dulled States Su
preme Court hall, at Hie pionuucla
tlou of Hawaiian mimes Hut wait
till they strlku the I..uial case and
mo usl.ed to consider moot questions
And what has lieiomo ot tlio I.anal
Rlncfl the X.oo departed, Kalmukl
lias letnlned Its jdnie In pplilk in
teicst us Hie eentei of alleged eiir'h
tremois, nlwa)M titturrlug nt the
witching hour of midnight, when lo
ll. antic people are di earning or Just
getting homo with kovciiiI high-balls.
Tom teen hundred Indictments of
Stnmlaid Oil for breaking tho law is
tho popular icsponso to Rockefeller's
(ontilhiitlon of thlilj-two millions
of dollars for higher education. Tho
situation would he Ideal If John hud
used his money to establish In each
college a piofessoishlp In common
A poor cohblei of Altoona I'cnu
sjlvanl.i, claims to have invented a
folutlon which ho claims will put
now life into cold ashes and miiko
theni'liuin morn llaicely llihli tho
.ilgliiu toal An he appeals to lie
genuine, ho haft not peeked u)i ils
iliidj mid stni ti U loi Hawaii In older
In first trv 111 iIIk ovrr ntiilil a gul
lible public lie liitcniH to piovc his
aim iiincmp those who know Ii I til
According tti nil tlio tnlk now go
IIiik i ho lotiuds regular phslclaim me
"'" ""lrh B""1' "'"" ll ' ''
in rmoinber Hint thoy mu tlu ones
"n whom the clvlllrod woild depends
I nil fmN mid fnutlt'3 will nut In' lie-.
Iluiiu-Krincil by thoe healing International
. purl of tlii world
nolher Rood i1si)'h wmk Is to hn
('iccllteil up to the t louse The Mil
pitivldlug funds Tot Hawaii's Collugti
of Agrlc nltiiie mill M i hatile ArtH
was llnall passed mid now 'goes to
the (lovcrunr If the do not tindei-
'lull 1 ulr.nd), the d.i) Ih iiol,fir ills-
itant when Hciialiu-H mid ltcprcscntu-
J '.GO I liven will have renKoti tit appreciate
l.ou i that It In no small honor to li.no
2.0ipon one of the legislators Inslru-
' lltelltnl In trlvlliir tlilH Institution tn
the veiling men mid wointii of Ha
waii. COUNTY SCHOOL CONTROL.
Treed fiotn the personal warfare
- against a single tutelar who lulu
served t ho pioplu well for n Rood
nutnliei of w.ii's whli h prompts It,
the Idunlhal I. Ill iihiillshlngHic Ttr
tltmlil llii.u il of I'uhllu liiKtruetlon
lutioiluicil bv He n. .lor ll,i)scldcn In
the Semite illlil ltopicsciit.ltlvo I' ill
In the House hint IIh Rood qualltleit,
It In supplemented li mint her
Identical hill establishing County
Uo.uds of IMuc ntlon.
Olie-tii.m powei will never iluc 11
fctittcss, though the one ni.in he mull
nil elllcletil nluicr iik Superintendent
l.alililtl Hi nidi s, ll.ililillt ma) not
Wish to ulwil)s ho Superintendent ot
tile K hool S)RtClll
Then Is the name Rood reason for
the stnbllshini lit of lot ill llci.llils of
Lcliicailcni that piompleil the peoilo
lo demand the hiii.iI I me.isuiu of mu
lililpil independent c that wiih 11 tin I v
tinned lhrniu.li the pioscht County
'In assert that Terrllorl.il Inspect
ors in ox. entire olllecrs or couinls
tdoinrs me Infallllile. or that Inspect
or ate less Habb to piojudlre thai)
loniiiiluiiloiierK, Ih hoidi County
llo mix, howeer, would IiiUir tlio ltd
tilllitHlt.itlon or tin tinlilli ftehniilll'
,1)Sl,r , , ,,,, ,, ,, ,lJlry
woillil lie done, while the lentrnl Titr
rttui ::i I uulhorlty excrdfeH an jillklal
oeiHlRht of the iiiuiie of stud) mil
the (ertlllialion of to.u hoi fl.
Ivei) step liiwiird thn dereiitrall-
ration of mtlhorlty Is u nime for n.
eciveriiment of, hy ami for the peoplo.
lo phiie the rxmlrol of nil the school!
In the hands of one niaii, without Tor
tltoil il or Count) Kduratloniil Hoards
tie a (h. cK on eeeutlM power. Is tn
slnpe the (inure of Roernnient In
the tilt cc t Ion of HiiHslanlzatlun miJ
the iI.im of tlio OllRiirch).
CLUjJAGO'S TRACTION ISSUE.
Citizens of Chit ago voted Tor n Re
publican Minor, but Hie real Issue of
the miiiilclpil election was a popu
till expiesslon on Hie subject of
Kliecl rulhva) ciwneishlp This will
have more cuYct on Hie future of the
cllv anil cotiiili) at large, than tlio
Deuiociai) of Dunne oi the Republi
canism of lldsse, the successful c.ill
c'lilute Tim Associated Picks review of Hie
Issues gives llulletln readers Hie
inent In the coco unit It follows:
Tho campaign was fought out on
tho traction issue I loth parties were 'have returned to their ailous homes
perncil that present conditions woro"'t Honolulu and on Molokul.
Intolerable, hut differed as to thel y"""""J"""M1'
best methods lo ho emplo)cd In Im
in m I ii ip tin in V
Thu Deiuociiilte pally, headed b) .
Major Dunne, stood for municipal
ownership through condemnation of
the stieet car piopeiltes If Hie lesillt
Real Estate Dep't,
Uerctania Street $40.00
Nuuanu Valley $50.00
Thurston Avcue $40,00
Kinau Street $25.00
Fcniacola Street $25.00
Pcnsaeola Street $30.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Manga Valley $30.00
Thurston Avenue $100,
Wilder Avenue $45.00
Bargains in leal estate.
Tor a short time only, we offer a
liouse at tne Peninsula. Lot 100x150
House modem and well built, $3000.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co., Ltd,,
Corner Fort aui Merchant 8ts '
FOUND IN MANOA
A lslt lo CoIIcro lllls III
Mnnoa will ho cnoiiKh to con
lnoo ou tint II'h tlio plniu
whero juu wtsli to luilhl a.
liiniie. 1iIh aiii cheap and
could not he obtained In any other
waj The Itepuljllcan part) faoicl
ordlnanc.li which were recent!) pass
ed hy n Democratic City Council out
tlio eto of Majoi Dunne
Thestj ordinances provided for 20
)e.ir franchises for the street-car
companies, the ilty retalultiR the
rlRht to purchase I ho ssstcms for
J:lll,li()0,IHMI plus the muoiint lo he
spent for Imtneilhiti! relialillltatlon of
the lines, six mouths' unite e heltiR
reccHMi) of the cIIj'h Intention to
iiniulre the property The oidlnaneis
also piovlde for universal timisfeis
tlirouRhout the city, u r.-cent fare
and ." per cent, of tile not leU'imc ot
Hie coiupanles lo ho paid to tlio tit)
Ihc Unlit foi and iiRaltist tlio adop
tion of these ordinances was exceed-
'iirI hitter 'lliej weie carried h
a mnjorlt) of ahout Hi, ono
H HONOLULU WEATHER X
Tempeiatures 1 u in, 71; S a. in.,
73, 10 u m, 70, noon, 70; moinlug
Ilarometer, K a in., .10 OS; absolute
humldlt), S a m, G.YM grains per
' ublc. foot, relative humidity, 8 a. in .
"1 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m , f.5.
Wind fi a in, tfloclty 2. direction
N H , S u. m.. vcloelt) 4, tllietllon S.
W , 10 a in., velocity 12, direction S.;
iioiin, velorlt) 1, clliectlon N, E.
Kalnfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
in , .1.1 Inch
Total wind movement during
hours ended nt noon, 11 1 miles.
Hi P. V Tiear of Honolulu Is In
town tills week to attend to the dental
needs eif Ids various patrons.
I) T Cue), tho Wnlliilcu black
smith, expects his brother, l)r Care),
I) 11 S, and his famllv, horn Chicago
III the near future Dr. Cnrev will oc
cupy thu cottuga nnikul of tlio Cential
Among the visitors In Walluku this
week weic: W. V Hall, P T IS Will
erliouse, A M, Hrown. Deput) Attor
ney (iciicrnl T V Mllverton, Tim
l.)ous, II II Ultchrocl., and 0 S.
Merr. Mr. Hall ji.iltl a ll)ing visit to
'Nnhlku to look iiflcr his company's
lubber trees. All tho ahovo gentlemen
SEE THOSE NEW
45 inches wide and in, the following
Price $1.50 yd
THE COlli Bill!
i a j j t
4ith Da) Af leu noon Session.
The inot Important uctlon tuken
cstinla) afternoon by tho House was
Hie passage on tlitid reading of tlio
hill to nppropi late $.'.',000 for the Col
lege; of Agriculture and Meihniileul
Aits This measure vvus a popular one
and went through without any opposi
tion and without u word of discussion.
The backers of tlio measure evidently
knew Ihc temper of the House In re
paid lo the bill and did not consider It
tieecssar) to explain Hie merits of the
'I lie determination of Hie Maul dole
ration lo keep nil the jobs In sight for
Maul pcoplu received new coullrmntlon
Through the liitioductlou of a hill by
Tall, the mils) "(lovernor of Maul,"
to uIkiIIsIi the Commissioners of l'uli
llc Instruction. 'I his measure comeJ
as a i suit of the icfusal of tho Com
missioners to oho) the couiiiinuds of
the Maul outfit to withdraw their ap
pointment of Miss I ladle) us principal
of tho Walluku school.
The House accomplished a largu
uniount of work )cstcril.iy, all tho sev
enteen hills on tho calendar for Hie day
being disposed of.
House llllt 211, relating to Intimities
nnd their location, liniioslng u maxi
mum penalty of $",0 per day for inch
ilav of violation of tlio art, or Impels-
t n. l.nM.t I.. I I.. .ir I. ..
..miiiiii uk jiuiii moor in ueiiiiiii 111 puj-:Ilro
ukiii. enine' up for third leading. I law-
litis moved lei strike out the hard labor
clause The amendment was adopted,
Coney explained Hint at present all
tlio wash houses are owned by the (iov-
ernmeni and iiici In bad condition
while tlio niinnelul condition of the
Oov eminent does not allow of proper
icpalrs, etc., being1 made. Tho hill In-
Hodiiced by him would allow nil) body
ii eWtahllsh vvusli house s, subject mil)
to the rules -iijul legulatlous of thu
Hoard of Health.
Tho bill was deferred for a day.
llouso lilll 20S, relntlilc to own lle
'iises, mnktng the fee for Honolulu
$.'00, for Walluku, South llllo und M
haln.i Sltio cull, and for other taxa
tion districts!) OH. was (alien-up' on
third leading. '
IlnwilusiMUu'ted In know- what hud
become or flili cither avva hllfs. lie saltl
he ami Hheldou were In on tills awn.
deal Itlce Ht.-Vted that, tho bill is u
compromise between thu two others.
It pesscd , ,
Senato nill 76, lllaklng a special op
proprlntlon f.rV tho Department of
Public 'W'orl.K, calllrtg" orlglnnll) for
ml) 1TC7, heel been unicnded so that
Hie figure amounted to over S3000. It
passed safely (hriugh Its final loading
In thu House It contains an Item ed
S.'.OaO for tlio completion of tho Maklkl
.Senate lilll j J, exempting tho lepers
of Kalawao Irom luxation, leeched a
unanimous ulllriuatlvo voto on thlid
Senate Hill $5, appropriating S2S.000
for Ihc Collego of Agrlc iilture und Me
chanical Arts, passed thiougli its final
reading wltlioiit n dissenting vote und
without amendment, und now goes to
llio (tovcinor for tho signature that
will make it a law,
The Ilouse went back to llouso Hill
101, exempting Irrigating ditches from
'taxation, tho bill having been ton-
tinueil over fiom Hie morning session.
Sheldon, as usual, wanted to amend
Ills own bill. They aro nearly all to
loojely diavvii as to require much
fimeiiilnieiit on the lloor of thu House.
Kalclopti moved to reconsider tho
vote taken on the amendments ho hud
offeied in tho morning. This was al
lowed, and Knlclopu withdrew his
amcnduieiits and moved to postKino tlio
hill Indefinitely. Ho thought tho hill
would creuto considerable troublo for
bqth tho Territory nnd tho peoplo. Tho
Toirlfor) would lose a rerlnln amount
If so, you wlU'be Inter
ested In looking over our
complete stock,, qf BABY
SUPPLIES, JustvWhat Is
needed In Medicines, Trln
kets and Baby Foods.
& Co., Ltd'.
of revenue which would go Into the
hands of eorjiotnllono. IIj thought tlio
hill was etiRlneeicd h certain men
Alio have leained how-ntucli money can
Im n.mln t.lif nt unlnv nntlr.
Haw tins said he, tyo, hnd feared thai
at first, hut had tonic to tlio cunclii-
'sliili Itidl lliu lilll u.nu nil rlnl.l CTn
nto alwajs hollow Iiir for the peoplo It)
come note nnd help hulld Hun country
Hi'." lie s-il'l. "mid wo must offer them
0lw"nl' I'lteniciil8 to put their money
ir iiiivii .iii jii loin, if t; 1tlffllV If
thow some louslderntlon for those
men The government lias no money
In put Into such works."
The hill passed, 21 to 8.
'I he House took up Hoiipo Dill 40, to
allow lallroad companies to use motive
power other than steam, the Senate
amendments helng concurred In.
House Hill 19.', relating to furnishing
Information regarding the possession
of nre-nrms, was transmitted from the
Senate with the amendments inadci hy
Hint bod). The House (-outlined.
co.vijy Kim ith m:pi:h him
Mo.iii.uiH'K ancient measure, House
Hill l'J1, to allow an) body to treat lep
ers, (nine up for seiond reading
Coiii-j-h minority report, adverse to
the hill, was read Coney moved the
bill he tabled. This helng out of order,
ho moved the minority ripoit lie adopt
ed. "I urn not opposed," lie wild, "to nti)
lod who has tlio proper tpinllllcntlotiH
going up there lo Heat the lepers. Hut
under this hill the Hoard of Health
'shall' Issue a permit for two ears to
any person upp1)lug for ono. Tho
Hoard of Health can't usowny discre
tion In Hie matter II must Issue the
permit lo aiijone who asks for It. Thcru
is nothing under tills Uct Id keep 'tho
whole United Slates or the whole nf
China or tho w hole of Japan going rtwt
llieic to trenl lepers " '
''Another thing: What nto tho pee'l
plo going lo do up there It tills Ml!
lecomes a law? Ma) be 200 clV 300 clr
100 will go tip there. It sa)H nny per
ron tint) tiiRiige In Hie treatment lit
lepers. It u man comes along who
wants in go over lliero to see the 1()
..I,,...., ... i.t... i.
n" " ' " ,", '','f ' r. I."1 J50'"- i'
7 iK "?. ?. ' ".'." . of. I,l.alk ."' "' ?D"
cr. Yu mlulil hh woll throw tlio
uoors open ami let the lepers all go.
What will bo the good of sendlnir lliem
Kalama moved the mnjorlt) rejiort
bo adopted Ho couldn't sec that tho
lilll opens tlio door as Coney had
claimed Permission could only lu
obtained accoidiug to llio rules und
regulations of the Hoard of Health.
And mi) how, the House had adopted ir
resolution to allow Wulhuh to go to
Conev tried to explain the provision
of the bill lo Kalamu and make Mm
see what, the efTect of llio hill would
be, but ho might us well have tulked
lo u post.
Of course, the House adopted Hie
majority rejiorl. curr)lng the rrenk
incvurt' tlnoiinlt second rending.
NO VK'n I'llHSlDHNT.
Senate lilll 82. providing n vlee-prcsl-e'ent
for (he Hoard of Health, was
railed up on second lending. Cohe)
had submitted jiii adverse minority 're
port on this bill also, the majoilty of
the Health Committee recommending
the tabling of tho bill.
"This House," said Coney, "Is here
to help the work or the government,
not lo hinder It. In nnv hnnklni- or
other business corjmratlon there is a
wte iiresldent. but not in the IloarH
of Health H ut the end or the month
tho President of the Hoard of Health
Lhould happen to lie taken HI, who has
nuthorlt) tn sign Hie vouchers for tlio
pay of tlio men Working under him?
who is to sign bills' AH ihls hill Is
for Is to piovldo for somebodv to lmvn
atithoilt) lo sign such things. Tho 30
or to guards out nt the Insauo As)luni
wunt their pay at tho end of the month.
mcy don't want to wait till tho pres
ident of tho Ilonrd of Health gets well
IF ho should happen to he sick.
"I can't see any objection to this
hill. There Is no pay provided for tho
Kahilopu thought that because there
has heretofore been only a president,
nnd ho hus not been sick, there was
tin icasou Tor a change.
Tho majority report was adopted,
tabling the bill.
SKCOND HHADINa. "
The rollowlng bills camo from llio
i'l luting Committee nnd wcro carried
through second reading:
House Hill 2io, to loorgnnlzo tho
Hoard of Commissioner,, of Al-Hc niim-,.
llousu Dill 209. mi net for tho relief
of Win. II. Mnhuka.
House mil 2H, relating to licenses
costs but a very little more
than you used to pay for plat
edware, but it will last a
We have a large stock of
all the late patterns.
NEW YORK PRICES
CREAM PURE RE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
902 904 NUUANU 8TREET.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IK HONOLULU.
Meals 'served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that servesaon the American plan.
AMERICAN FLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A tunce on arrival or Alameaa o
for public shows.
llouso Hill 219, making deputy sher
iffs truant olllcors.
Ilouse Hill 218, ichitlug to tar nil I
Intercourse with a female under l.
llouso Hill 217,aulhorlzliig tho rc
pj)inent of inotic) wrongfully collect
ed for licenses lo sell Imported goods.
wares and iiicichnndlse, after tho
Organic Act wont Intu effect, und ap
propriating lumicry therefor.
llouso Hill 220 relating lo violation
of thu cpiaiantliie regulations.
Ilouse Dill 2HT, rclntlng to Insurance.
Hcunte Hill V, 'relating' lo taxation,
educational and Judicial tlistrttts.
Senate Hill jjO, amending thu gus
Senate Hill 91. thn liquor bill. Tills
bill, on motion of ltawllns, was referred
to a special committee of live, consist
ing or ltawllns, Nnkcleka, l'.ioo, Cns
Ho nnd Aknu.
Senato UIU 100, ichitlug to civil pio
ceduie. MONflOOSi: AOA1N.
Tho Agricultural ConitnlHiu report
ed favorably on House Hill I'JT.'to on-
coinage tno extermination of tlio iniin-
rjoosc. The lengthy report was adduc
ed, carrying tlio bill through second
The Judiciary Committee leturned
un adverse report on llouso llesolutloii
i:i2, asking that $G0 ho nppropi lated lo
iclmhiirse certain persons tor nionev
alleged lo bet oxjigndeil by tlitiu for
liuiisH)rlatlon lo u thai at which the)
were witnesses. Tho coniinltteu! found
that, sonio of them had been repaid and
I, iv uuii-in Illlil lliuilll liu e'lilllll. AUOpteil,
TO AHOMSII SCHOOL 110ARP.
l'all sjlrang. tho expected uttnek on
Jho Sdiool Ilqard hy Introdnclug a bill
to iiIhiIIsIi tho office or Commissioner
or I'uhllo Instruction. I'asscd llrtt
leading !)) Iltle.v
Tho lilll gives lo the Superintendent,
or i:dtirntloimll power nnd authority
formerly exercised by the ComtuhsJon-
TWO SHELDON HILLS.
Sheldon Intmdiicod two bills, ono
relating lo legulntlitg tho business of
farriers mid horso shoeVs; the other
limiting tlio lime within which action
lor compensation ror dnmago or Injury
to nersons or pioperty may bo Insti
tuted. Coney Introduced u bill to amend tho
att to regulate trust companies.
Tho House niljciiirnci! nt 1.30.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undci signed having been duly
appointed Admtulstiator of the es
tate or JOHN 3. DOWKIl, deceased,
IlintHllY gives NOTICK to all crcd
Hois of sulci , estate to present their
claims duly authenticated und with
piopcr vouchers, It nny oxlst, oven
though tho clnlm he secured hy mort
page on real estate, to him at Ills ol
f'cc, 79 Merchunt Street, Campbell
Hlock, Honolulu, within six months
from this, tho 16th day of April. An
no Domini, 1907, or they will ho for
ever barred. f
And nil debtors of said estato wilt
mako punctual pigment to tho un
dcislgiied. v. il huuni:tti:,
Adniinlstratlon of tho Estate of
John J, Dower, deceased.
3608 Apr. 16, 23, 30; May 7.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The nuclei signed having been duly
appointed the Administration or thu
Hstuto of lllklnna Nakl, Into or W'al
lau. 'Molokal, County of' Maul, Terri
tory of Hawaii, deceased,
Notice is heieby gjveu to nil per
sons to picsont theli claims against
the estate of said Hlklona Nnkl, de
tcasod, duly authenticated, whether
sttiucd hy mortgage, or otherwise, to
tlio undersigned at his ofilee nt I'll
koo, Molokul, aforesaid, within six
months from the dale hereof, or they
will ho fmover barred,
Ami all pel sons Indebted to said
ebtale aio hoicby requested to lunko
Immediate pa) incut lo thu undei sign
ed. I) i ted Pttkoo, Molokal, April 11,
Admlutstinloi of tlio Estate or Hl
klona Nakl, deceased
Jlfiflb Apr. 10, 23, 30; May 7.
IN FINE WINE8 A LIQUORS.
PHONE MAIN 303.
centring every three weeks.
LEM ABLES' HENS
ARE BANNER PRODUCERS
OF EGGS AND MONEY
T.em Aides eau not onl maicli to'
heat the band.
Ho will icprciciit lli small fin in
Interests or I 111 will while ho Is going
tlie louiids with tlio Slirluer lulgade.
This does not .mean that tlio popular
1 einiud Is a "hny-fool-dtiavv-foot"
Aiali p.idollcr. Ho is u good soldier.
He can also inlse thickens.
Mr. Abies tells a Htoi) regal ding
his Hock of twent) hens. And it ts
llio truth These twent) hens of U ,
have not only furnished his home
Willi nil the eggs needed, but have
iilso piodiired a Hock of ono hunched '
end twent) chicks, besides pioiliiclug
eggs for sale In ton h lingo number
that each hen lias netted a cash In
come or $0 211.
Abies hasa White l'l)luouth lloel:'
breed which lie Is ready to match
against uti) licit thut glows In Hawaii.
The Best Chronograph for the mon
ey In the world for sale by
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1142 FORT ST.
The Meal Department
OPENS AT C;30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 n. m.
Accommodations for large parties
nt a later hour may be arranged.
We have marked our Purses and
Pocket-books and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
We have a nice line to select from.
CREPC PAPER, all shades.
SPORTINQ GOODS of all descrip
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The Place To Go For These Things.
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71, 73, 75 KING ST.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
1256 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
' PHONE MAIN 117.
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