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Famous Extracts, Face Powders
And Manicure Accessories
CHENEY'S LI8TERATD TOOTH POWDER, FINEST MADE.
Makes Teeth Ivory White, Kills Decay Germs.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
160 KINO STREET.
i Cf) Turkish Bath and Oj Cft
OliuU Sleeping Apartment OlidU
At Hotel Baths
A Roast oi Mutton
You may have your choice of mutton as long as
the supply lasts. The Ventura brought us the best
'lot of New Zealand mutton we hare had in a long
Metropolitan Meat Co.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. S. LEITHEAD MANAGER
Hawaiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG Bt.DG., 176-190
. srtHft ii'4'f --fl-"-' .uUdu ,J.tL.
ARAB PATROL to Inspect our new
iock or i-ianan anoec.
Remember that by your appearance
to will you an Impreitlon make.
Lot Angeles li a faihlonable city
and iti people are dreta critics.
Your shoos are the base of your at
the. We have Hanan's newest and most
popular creations. I
Inspect these, buy a pair and realize'
the contentment and self-satisfied feel
Iry that every wearer of this celebrat
cd shoe enjoys.
MARBLE AND OEANITE
just received. Many new designs to
be seen at '
J. C. Axteil & Co.,
1048 AND 80 ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. P. 0. Box 642.
HONOLULU, T. H.
TELEPHONE MAIN 240.
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our EOLA MINT,
PEACH MELLOW and OINOER ALE
the purest goods manufactured in
and Monument Works
KING STREET. PHONE 287.
The iiionilierM of the IfUiiHu of Hep
risentallvei tendered tliclr tliunka to
tlio men imtl omecrs of the National
.tit t m . a
(imrtl yesterday for tliu parade In
their honor lust Sunday nt Aalt
When tliu resolution of thanks wan
presented In (oncluVe to b pasicd
t.pon, there were lint two dissenting
Knlelopti coii M nee no sciikc In puH'
vhiB ii icsolutlon of tlintikH In thl-t
partlculni case, lie wan of the, opln
Inn tlmt the members of the l.oglsl.i
lure should lie, (bunked fur attending
The resolution of thanks carried,
l.otvvlthstaiidlng the objet tions of
Xulclopu nml Kunllio.
The resolution was appropriately
wot ilcd nml innnt convey u fooling of
mtlnf.ictlon to those Interested. It
will also be spread upon the Journal
of the House mul nu encnused copy
lent to the National Guard
BUM FOB THE
Walter Dlltlnrhum, who lias charge,
of the landing, of the Immigrants from
tho Hfllouolls, which Is expected here
Gbout April 23, Is making nil arrange-
inentH for the comfort of the newcom
ers from Spain. The latest of hi
mover) 1 to arrange for n iiiMiiitnl lor
the tick who may he on hoiiid and who
will lie eared fur on Uuuriiiillne Ik
land. Thin In being done In order that
families may no. he separated and If n
child Is sick the mother tuny nut be
kept from "visiting It.
Dr. Unite .Muckall with two nurses
and a man attendant will ho In charge
and will look after the comfort or tliu
idek. All emergency cubes will ho
handled at the Oiii'eu'n llosiiltal hut
nil tasea of ordinary sickness v. Ill lie
in the new hospital under Mr. MacKall's
The lmiHlcale to he given this Sit
i.ulay evening at the roof garden (
the Young Unlet liy the pupils of tliu
Kanl Music School bids fair to be a
mimical treat. The niimhpis are ex
cellent, embracing tho simplest to
the more dllllcult gems. Kanl's man
dolln orchestra will again dollght the
music-loving audience In Its usual
(harming way. Mildred Ilrundag?, it
)oung mandollnlst, will figure promt
hently In the Children's Club; bo will
Oeorgu Mclnerny, a promising jomig
violinist. Master Jno. Noble, the
boy whistler, will Imitate it canary
bird to n musical select lesHiy the
Knai trio. The gtco of male volres,
with their funny stunts, Buch ns Imi
tating a locomotive. Is well worth tho
price of ndmlsslon. Mr. Ernest Ka
nl, so well known as the star perform
er on tho mandolin, guitar, ukulele,
I nnjo und other stringed Instruments
In thla town, has something to en
tertain the nudlenre. Tickets rnn bo
had at nil music stores and from pu
pils; children admitted nt half-rate.
Alt members of tho ubovo Alumni
are icriuestcd to attend a reception
(endured to tho visiting momhcis
who me In tho prrent Legislature,
nt Odd Fellows' Hall, Port and King
Streets, on Friday evening, April
i viii, tit i ,,iy.
THE HAIR BRUSH.
Breeds Dandruff, Which Causes Fall
ing Hair and Finally Baldness
I'rof. Uiinn, Hamburg, Germany,
Cumpcan authority on skin diseases,
tuB that dandruff Is as contagious as
any other malevolent disease, and that
one lommon source of tho spread of
uuiiiiiiiu is iiiu use ,n me same nuir
brush by dllferent pcrhotis.-"Tho way
to avoid catching dandruff or any other
disease ,Jroiu another s brush. Is to In
sist on tho use of Newliro'H Heriilclde.
It not only kills the dandruff germ, but
it is alvo an antiseptic that will pre
vent (he (niching of any dlseaso what
ever through (untaglon of unother'ij
brush. Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c. In stamps for sample to Tliu Her
pltldo Co., Detroit, Mich. Ilulllster
Drug Co , bpeclnl ngcntis.
a tonic is generally needed. Nothing we could select is as bene-
ficial as a finely-prepared combination of the choicest, imported
hops and barley malt, namely: the
just put out by the Honolulu Brewery.
THIS BEER IS SOLD ALSO IN BOTTLES.
NAME OP STOCI
C tlrtwfr ft Ce
Fwa PUlilAliOII Cu .
Hawaiian Actio Co
Haw Com ft Suit Cu
ijswiiiaii - Co
IIUIK'ITIU PUII u
lim.v sugar Co
Haiku Htitar Cjn
Kalitiku Plantation Co
Kllirl I'laiitallmi Co Ud
Nlahu!ii HuKr Co .
Koiot Miliar co
Meltryttc Sugar Co
Oal.tt Suasf Co
Onntnta Sugar Co
OoVola Sugar IMant Co
Otaa Hujar Co I Id
j6 1. a
U I 4
I'ail rtautallm Co ..
I'elirtVro utar Co ,
1'l.airrr Mill Co .. .
Walalua AKrlc Ci
Waimea Suaar Mill Co
tiilrr.Ulanit Slram NCc
I Ion KTft I. Co Com
Mnlual Trlrplusie Co
Paul Uli . ..
it 1 1
naliu K it I. Co . .
lion lift MO. ...
t I CT 4 t 1
Haw Tcr 41, pc,
Haw Trr 4H pc
llavTr 1 p 1.
Haw Imiv'I III
Cal lltrt Sui; ft Rrl Co
Haiku Sugar Co6pc
1 law Com ft uk Co 1 1
Haw Guitar Cu o pc.
HiloK KC11 Con li pr
nun n 1 x 1. 1.0 b p r
kaliuku Plant Co 6 11 c
Oaliu lift I.Co6pc'
OaliuSuKar Co 6pc
OUa Suicar Co Aj, c...
1 41a , lauiaiioii ,0
IVitircr Mill Co Cue
Waulu-t Agile Co 5pr
w 1 4
,.i uijut , v.1, a o,,
Sales llct. Iloaids ll.'.no O. It. &
I,. O's. llD-j.nii; $1000 O. It. & I..
'', tlUL'.fiU: 12 Pioneer, SUo. Ses-
bIou: ir ttnw. sug. Co., $3t. no; '"
Olnu, $3.00; li Olaa, $3 HO.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.73 cents,
or $74.00 per ton.
- - 3.73
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. ManiRtr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8Tb.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
HOUSE OPENS UP
(Continued from Fnj 31
Let tin not throw It In the scrap-box
as If wo were afraid to come out open
ly on It. I-ot us take a vote on it and
those who favor It say bo and those
who don't favor It, vote against It."
Itawllnu favored the passage of tho
bill, which he mid does awuj with tliu
three ballot boxes now used. A man,
If ho wants to vote a straight ticket,
can do so by a single mark at tho head
Of his ticket. If ho wants to voto for
men In other parties, ho can (lo ho.
Another change mado by tho bill
provides that the Secretary of tho Ter
ritory shall lssii all the ballots, both
county and territorial.
.1(11113 1111(1 ICllHUIJUIa
Itlco amended Pall's motion to make
it next Monday for a vote.
Hughes said: "I move we lake ac
tion right now Postponement to
Monday means killing the bill. It we
nro going to kill II, let us kill It hon
estly." Tho motion to postpone to Monday
Hnwllns offered an amendment pro
viding that the color of tho ballot pa
cr shall be seticttil by the Secretary
of the Territory, Instead of requiring
that It bo white us In tho bill. "Wlmfs
to prevent a man going out and getting
a lot of ballots printed on white pa
per und getting them in tho box before
election," ho nuked?
The amendment carried. Hughes
moved the bill pass as amended. The
vote was taken, resulting In 17 aes
mid 13 lints, passing tho bill.
Tho conference committee; on House
Hill 213, piovldlng that SO per cent or
the personal, property and Income
tuxes and license fees collected In euch
county shall gu tt tho county treasury,
reported, concurring In tho Senate
iimendmcntH witli the exception of the
claiitu relating to "Hues mid costs col
letted In ull criminal cases In each
county," which It recommended lie
tdrlcken out. Itlte explained that thl-t
Senato amendment provided thnt halt
of a!J tho fines and costs tollected III
even the clicull courts, should go to
the comity, ami the Territory would
not have mono) enough for that. The
House unanimously adopted the report
Tho Senato had previously adopted It.
5 omo cm -
t (lt,?U lc
f Kwi (
ijrto iw ,(W
1(0 tnr f
I oo,Scso to
Tall) lion, livery, outos. Stkydi. Stblt
Low prkes at the New Uugtand Ilnl.
.Mrn W P. 1 Ilett. of I'uunene came
In on the CUudlue tuda
I J'iat In fine uttortment National
j llt'cult Co.'s crackers. Day 4. Co.
.MoiItii house with large grounds
Dinl vernudan Is wanted See Clnssllled
The Promotion Committee will hold
a regular meeting this afternoon at
3 .10 o'clock
A petition wiib filed this morning for
'tlho probating of the will of Sarah Snv
1! Jls jmc"'. asking that the Wntorhousn 'I rust
iiii. ue iippuiuieii iiuiuiiiisirnior
The Hoard of Supervisors wilt hold
i regular inciting tonight. It Is ex
pictoil that County Attorney Cntlicart
will submit his opinion 011 the Inukea
Union Klectrlc Co.. -.IIS mid 11 "0
Union St. is the leader In nil kinds!
of electrical work, fixtures mid wir
ing Private telephones, bell work,
etc.: also dry batteries, l.'stlmutes
gladly furnished. Phone SIC.
The telelinitcd J. A. Mcllriier Old
Ilourbon whisky sold by Ittwls lc Co..
Ltd., wine metihnnts. Is twelve years
old. fully matured under 11-export to
Kuropc. It Is n delicious hour mash,
benlUiy and palatable, flood for the
dengue mid grippe. Telephouu 24".
Wine vaults, lli King street.
A warrant has been Issued for the
arrest of n local backmnu tintued Dona
hue, on the charge of obtaining money
under false pretenses. It Is alleged
that liu borrowed u sum In the neigh
borhood of $250 from tils lundlad), Mrs.
Mary ltogers, and now when ttie tail
wants her money lie cannot tie found
It was at first thought that he had
gone to Kwn, but now It appears that,
he left for the Orient on the Hongkong
JORDAN WINS SHOOT
(I A. J01d.n1 won the weekly shoot
of the Honolulu Uun Club at tho Ka
kaako traps held jesterduy, by 11 mute
of 21 out of a possible 3D. K. II. Por
ter and I. Spalding had line scores but
jthu handle up man had too much lead
for them. The i-cotos were:
I ti. A. Jarilan, 21 out of 30.
I. Spalding, 20 out of 21.
K II. Porter. 19 out of 20
II. II. (UfTnrd, 19 out of SO.
J. I Fleming, 17 out of 23.
.1. V Harvey, 15 out of 20.
A. Waterhouse, IS out of 27.
S. .1. Call. 17 out of 30.
J A. Itobb. 13 out of 20.
FULL PASSENGER LIST
(Continued from Page 1)
the causing of freight, there Is not
a passenger boat sailing from thli
ilty thnt could look morn splc und
cpan than the Hlloninn did us sho
pulled out from the dock.
Mrs. Colonol French of tho Salva
tion Army, nrtompnnled by Mrs. Col.
llrcwer, was among the passenger
Al Jenkins, .formerly outside su
perintendent of the Honolulu linn
Co.. leturned to the Coast. He Iiiih
been greatly Intercstod In yachting
vlillo here mid will bo missed by his
fellow members In tho Hawaii Yacht
Ted Schlelf, who has been with the
Iiulletln for several jcars, left fur the
I mainland, where ho will go Into bus-
I, , ,
llle" "" ' ow account.
Mrs. Harry Dennlson and her tvve
children left for n trip to tho Coast,
During a dense fog on Smt Finn-
Cisco Jlay a few mornings ago tho
Pacific Coast Steamshlii Cnmtmnv'a
steamer Hamnuii crashed Into the
Key lloute ferry steamer Sun Jure,
cutting a gash In the latter nearly
three feet deep. Tho accident hap
pened near tho Oakland slip mid th
many hundreds of passengers were
quickly landed and tho forry boat
put onto tho dry dock. Had the ac
cident happetiod out in tho bay tho
loss of life might have been greut.
II. S. O'iborn of Now York, n mem
ber of tho Arctic Club, Is authority
for the statement that six automo
biles nro being built on special lines
for the purpose of making ir dash
incrow the Ico In an endeavor to reach
I tho North Polo. A letter carrier I n J
Alaska has u machine built on lines
laid down by himself and It U stand
ing tho rough us.igo well. These six
new machines will be built on the
Tlio scow-schooner "Mstery, '
which lias created considerable curl
Ohlty In Sun r'rauclscn Hay tlnough
the fact that her captain mid crew
were composed of father and four
daughters, was capsized recently In
Sulsiin Hay, u northern arm of San
Francisco Hay, mid every soul im
board iliowued. The bodies were all
lecovcred except one of tho girls. The i
mother, who has still four little ones
left, Is In a delicate condition and
Harry llowmd, a pinmlnent mem
ber of the Knstcni Yacht Club, ha
received neWB by cable that King Al
fnnso of Spain will offer .1 valiriihla
tup for a series of Sp.intsh-Amoilt.iu
vatlit rates to be held in Spanish
wateis next fall.
Highwaymon held up Tom Cole
man, a saloon-owner, about thrcu
mlle.i from Hliollte, Nov,, recently
and robbed him of $100 which ho
was counting In a buggy to a near
by mine to pay off the men. A pos-.o
was sent out hut could Dud no tiare.
of tlio two lohbers.
Sm'i i4ia. 1 1 N
Eat Your Meals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and all at Reasonable Prices.
It 6 HOTEL STREET
We Just Got 'Em
New Lot SPRING SUITINGS jtut arrived.
We make 'cm to your measure at ready-to-wear prices.
$20 to $30
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
1 A RAINIER TOAST
H, from Rainier'. Icy mountain, 5
jn By Puget't placid Sound, , i
S"H There flowe a bubbling fountain j
SSe3 That's known the world around. 5
fflM Then fill a goblet mellow, 5
jSEj Of foamy Rainier Beer, 1
C-fl And drink to each good fellow! J
TJ3 Good fellows far and nearl
I C A. Nelson, Agt. Phone White J 331 j
jfj A New Line of
Embroidery and Yoke Lace i:
Side and Back Combs ,
Hotel Street Store
ONE OF MANY OF M'iAlL'S PATTERNS
At Ei W, Jordan
PHONE MAIN 311
Muslin Shirt Waists i
CHONG CO., $
TWA SIDE MARKET.
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR BOSS OP
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
& Co,, Limited
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