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-imrrflr5K evenino bulletin, Honolulu, t. h:. kiuday. apiul in. i&o-
A Big Saving Event
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO REPLENISH YOUR TABLE LINEN.
fiUe nihility While Tnlilo Diimuik. . .37 yil.
Trie quality Linen Tnlilo I)imiuk GOe yd.
tiiirlcit fnvornhl) on Scii.ili- 1111 1 S",i
In protect the birds bcnetlclnl to tho
lorests of llnwnll. Adopted wltlio'it
INCOMi: TAXATION I'BIMOI) j
Hlcc Introduced n bill defining In-
romo tnxntlon period, milking It the.
soar Immediately preceding tho (lmt
ilny (if January of each cnr In wlili'li ,
such tax Is payable. The bill passed i
flint reading by title. Tills measure i
niecta the Governor's objection to
the form of the former Income tnx
bill which lie vetoed.
.MAVIS 1IONDS ,
1'nll Introduced the net confirming
tho resolution passed by the .Mini I Sit-
I don't tee the purpose of shut- pcrvlsors authorizing the Issuo of That tho legislative friends of ttal
t the Standard Oil people 111 0,000 bonds. The bill was rem! inch are letting anxious lioe.tiise of thr
by title and placed on the calendar , iwntii 01 neaiiiiH uecision 1101 to an
1.00 iihility l.incn Tulilt J)nuuisk
$l.."0 quality Linen 'I'ulilo Dniiiuxk
1.7." imlity l.incn Tulile l)iiinuk .
All I'urc liim'it; lli'ijulur Size.
.$1.00 nihility 75 doz.
$l.a."i nimlity 5. ''
$1.50 nimlity S?1.20 doz.
$l.7.r. iuiilily ?l.-40 do.
$2.00 nihility ?1.G5 do.
$2.ri0 nihility ?2.00 do.
$:!.oo nimlity 92.05 doz.
$ i.r.o nimlity 93.90 ,oz.
HBTTKIt CRADKS hr TITK SA-MK lMtOl'OItTlON.
This Sale is for 3 Days Only
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
when they want to do business here,"
raid n business man of the city this
morning to u Ilullctln man.
"Here these people want to put up
now buildings that will he valued ill
no 'ess than $7B,0n0. to $100,000.
and somu of our good citizens nro
trying to hold them up and prevent
n bill passing tho Legislature which
will enable the Standard Oil repri
sentitlve to develop his business tu
use these buildings.
"Outside money Is In sight and wo
all claim to want tho outsider to
i quid In and Invest bis money here.
Cntittnctor Walker has just finished
n building for the Standard Oil folks
at Iwllol, makal of thu lound oil
tanks nlrendy there. It Is of rein
forced concrcto and a Ilist-class
structure. HulldliiRS of this diame
ter bring thu town new business.
Why should wn pass laws Hint will
picvcnt inoic going up?
"I was present at the hearing held
the other evening on the so-called
Hliiiiilnril Oil bill. I beard llolloway
Mid I lowland and nil the rest of
them. So fur as 1 can make out, the
only people making any money out
of the picscut method of handling
oil nro our old friends tho lllshop ICn-
tnte. The Imomo pays thu salary of
tho Territorial caretaker, t'nder tho
new scheme of allowing Stnudniil Oil
to have Its own storehouses, thu oil
w'lll be stoied under Territorial sil-
tervlsliin, so the caieUker will not
lose his Job. Theio will bo no less
patronage for the wise guys of the
Capitol building to dispense. Only
the lllshop IZsl.ilj) might lose and the
lllshyp llitntu Is not poor.
"I'm nut . omiic thai Standard Oil
would not iuteiest lltelf In wink for
the enlargement of the haibor. If It
Is allowed to do business here. To
bo sine, I cannot speak for Standard
Oil. I am an outsider in every ro
tp'ect so far as oil-trade Is concerned.
I have no Inteiest In oil except to
burn It In my lamps. I can't iitToul
"I simply would like to liavo mon-
THE BAKER REPLIES
when you ask him what kind of Flour he uses
to make his delicious bread and pastry.
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
for tomorrow for second rending.
A bill was introduced by Sllvn to
provide a sinking fund for the io
demptlon or purchase of bonds issued
by tiny County of thu Territory.
COMMISSIONS Of IM.MK1IIATION
House Hill 198, dellnlng the pow
ers and duties of tho Commissioner
ol Immigration, was the llrst bill tak
en up on third rending.
Castro urged the psiHsnga of th"
bill, but stated that his attention bad
been called to an objectlounblo fea
ture of the bill which he wished to
eliminate. This was the clause giv
ing I be Superintendent of Immigra
tion pnvfer to Issue subpoenas and to
have persons haled befoio the ('limit
Court mid punished for refusal to
obey tho subpoena summons. He
mined Unit that part of the hill he
stricken out. Can led. Castro moved
that the hill pass us amended. There
was a chorus of Kokuus, but Kiiulho
couldn't let tho opportuiilt) go by to
ask it few questions, us the gullery
was pietty well lilted. The bill pns'i
ed 20 to ft.
AN UNKAIIt HILL
Iloiibe lllll 221, profiting fur the
appointment of a commission to ex
amine would-be hoisc-sboers as lo
thell ipialllUatlon, was subjected to
questions h) Itlce.
Ho wanted to know If a man on
Maul, llawnll or Kauai would have
to tome to O.iliu to gel his license.
Sheldon, the Introducer of the bill.
replied that ho thought lie would.
"Then 1 don't think the bill Is any
good," tald Itlce, "I don't think It's
fair. I move the bill be tabled."
Sheldon thought the bill a good
one, and said ho thought the objec
tionable features could he lemedle.l.
Hit moved that uctlon be deferred un
til afternoon. It wiib ho ordered.
Tilts bill la another of Shcldnn'A
STHUCK A SNAG
Senate lllll 1', relating In taxation.
educational and Judicial districts, ran
nut the tiiiuik to Us hospltnls, wm
shown this morning when Mnkekat.
tutrodiHcd the following resolution li
"Whi'icas both 'lloutes of the Lcgls
laturo have pascil utianlmoiisl) tin
Wallach Couciiricnt ltei.olullou No. t
of the House;
Whereas paid rcFolutlon was sent tc
the Hoard ot Health for many ila.
Whereas no nntn.cr has been scm
to either Homes on the same;
'lie It lte-olveil b the Senate thai
Ili3 l'csldcht of the Hoard of Healtl
is hereby humbly requested lo Inforn
the Semite the decision of the Ho.m
iu regard to said Wallach Concurrent
Itcholutlon within three daj from tin
delivery of a cup) of this ltcsolutloi
to the I'lesident of the lloaid o
"And It Is Portlier Hei-ohod Ilia
tho Clerk of the Senate is hcrcb) ord
rred mid directed to niuko n opy o
this Resolution and send It to I In
I'lesldeiil of the lloaid of Health "
Smith said no leply had bicn mllc
for by the oilglmil lesolutioii. He dl
not see why this one should pass.
Knudicu moved to refer thn matter
lo tho Health Committee, but hid mo
tion was lost.
.Mukeknii then moved to adopt tin.'
lesoniuon, nun mis carried,
I rim miivrrn niitir
ttAni wick nm
ey lnested here. And tho moro w-o ,, bimcll , ,,,. llmt ,eft ,t
gel iron) I lie ouisiiio uio ueiier. isn i
Standard Oil money us good as any
BILL-BOARD BILL PASSED
PAOFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship yout
goods and save you. money.
Deatcti in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stoiagc in Bfick Watehouse, J26 King St. Phone Main 58
S0H00L CONTEST FOR lias tlle 1,ef,t clllb ,,e nunnged .among
nrcT MAninoTTM httto l,lu Mhools. Tho l'unahous huvo a
BbbTMAMUOLlW LLUH Hlri)11B (.ombinuiju,, Ui tleJ. certainly
. n an piny, and so has the Knms, with
It Is nlinply nsliinlsulng ho v wel t,,,.,,.' lalvo M)ns I1Htllla)v KitwA
Mime chlldien can play cm trlnec-l 111U8,t.i ,:vt.rj. 01l0 fo, l)f lmulu ran
Insliumenls, how m.iural for then lo , h t ,
cxeculo holeclloua with the smoolll- m '
BULLETIN ADS. PAY "TJK2
uesii of lluwallan simplicity mid pine
ldll and then contratt again with tho
life of Italian (lie ami Intensity. Tho
iciltul, tomoriow evening nt thn Young
llolel, by thn pupllB of Mr. Kual will
iucr till these neiesKiry elemeiilH
most essential t" eNpresslveness. It
Is u piucly mandolin, guitar, violin,
banjo und ukulele lecllal and every
iimuber on the piogiam has been tlior
mighly icliearbeil. It may bo well for
u uuiBlcInn to attend one of these re
citals to leuiii how some selections,
which they might deem Impossible lo
lender on tbeco stilnged lustiumeiitu
aie so fascinatingly executed. Tho
High School mandolin club will per
toim mid it is hoped that they may bo
heard ugalii If a toutesl us to which
A newly painted and papered G
room cottage with modern conve
niences at Puunui nr. Liliha car ter
minus. $12 p. m.
Several good building lots at Ma
noa Valley at a bargain.
P, E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S. King St
(Contlnutd from Pa 1.)
Tho undated resignation hill was
postponed until this afternoon for
ainendmuut, It lee opposing Its pas
sage In tho form In which It enmu
from Ilia Senate. He wasn't very en
thusiastic about Its passing ut all, tin
he thought tho Senate hud ttcated
the House In u scurvy manner by kill
ing the Houso bill disqualifying
Government ollklals who fall to pay
their taxes. Ho didn't seo miy par
ticular reason why tho Houso suoull
be the monkey to pull thn Senate's
chestnuts out of tho lire.
The bill-board hill was passed by
tho Houso in un even more rlgorou
form than by tho Senate, tho mini
mum penalty being knocked out anil
tho piovlslnns of tho bill mado to up
ply to occupied its well as vacant
The local option measure was car
Tied through second leading by tho
adoption of the report of tho Com
mittee of tho Whole. Somo of tho
members grinned, ns It they wort
thinking or what they would try M
do to the bill on third reading.
iiousi: NOT AOUHEAIII.IJ
Houso Hill 101, providing nn ap
propriation for unpaid claims against
t.'io Territory, was returned from tho
Senate nmonded and considerably
padded, tho total being raised from
$1 1.37C.71 to $10,7r:i,C2. Hlco innV
ed tho House do not concur. Car
lied and tho Speaker appointed Itlce,
Hughes, Kulelopii, I'nll and Akati us
i Coufcreniu Commit leu to seo the
Selintois about It,
MAUI'S HONI) ISSUi:
A lesolutlon passed by thu Maul
lloaid of Supervisors was read, m.k
lug (lid I.eglslatmo to pass an act au
thorizing the County of Maui to
llcut a bond Issuo of 1110,000. On
motion of Itlce, It was icfuned to tho
Maul delegation for them tu diuft a
bill uuthnilzliig the bond Issue.
TO limi.Vi: .MAIIUK.V
Thu Lands Committee, repotted cm
Houso Hill 209, nu act for tho relief
of Wm. M. Mahuku, directing the
Governor of tho Tenltory to executo
und deliver to Muliukn a deed to cer
tain land and premises at Kmnakela,
Hoinlulii. Tho committee iccommen-
ded that tho hill pass, as Mi.luiku'a
claim Is u Just one. The report was
Tho Commltteo of tho Whole filed
Its report cm tho Local Option bill,
lecmnmendlng Hb pabsage, Tho re
pot t was ndopled,
SHN'ATIJ Illltl) HILL
Tho Am (cultural Commltteo to-
ntmuded high und dry. On motion
of I'll 11 it wim placed on thn calendar
for April 27, which piobably means
Kb death iu u Blow ami lingering
Senate Hill 89, the undated resig
UltAWINO SKNATi: CHHSTNUTS
Hlcc couldn't see that tho bill was
good for anything. Furthermore, ho
couldn't seo that tho Houso was
obliged to draw chestnuts for thn
Semite when tho Somite had killed
the Houso bill to disqualify ollklals
who do not pay their taxes.
Sheldon, too, said ho felt sore lit
tho Senate, but did not feel that thu
Houso ought to kill a good hill on tic
count of Ill-feeling. "If this bill
goes through, without Insinuating
anything, wu may not hnvu such hap
penings us tho Ntltianu dam and that
kind of thing."
Tho bill was defeired to tho aft
MOItlJ .10119 KOIl CITIZKNS
Semite Hill 90, providing that all
persons employed under tho Territo
rial Government must bo citizens ot
tho United States, went through mi
ni folding without ii dissenting vote
Senate Hill 97, IWlug the date for
Supervisors' meetings at tho llr.it
Wednesday after the fifth day of each
month for monthly meetings, proved
unsatisfactory to Itlce, who moved
to amend so as to ihango tho day to
tho first Wednesday after tho 111 Bt
Monday, Thu iimciidiiient carried
and tho bill passed lis amended.
NO COUNTY UKI'OUTS
Senate lllll OS, piovldlng fur bien
nial tepoits to the Leglslatutu by
County linkers, wus tabled on motion
of Itlce, who thought it enthely utii
necessary mid uncalled for. "It
seems to mo," ho said, "that litis hill
In going to make a lot of extra work
for tho Counties, and what good aro
such repot Is? The County of O.iliu
sent one in, und we tend only about
one word and then laughed,"
HIco'b arguments ptoved convinc
Somite lllll 101, ptohlhltlng IHu
election and use of bill-boat ds, came
up. Kuwllus offered un amendment
lo make thu terms of the bill oen
more ptohlhltive, h striking out tho
word vacant, so us to piohlhlt bill
Loaids on lotB either vacant or occu
pied. Tho mueiiiliuent can led,
Itawlins offered another amend
ment that thu Act shall nut piohlhlt
a pen-on, firm or corporation occupy
ing n building from advertising his
wares or business on tho building by
nieatiB of placards and signs. This
Kuleo moved to strlko out thu lulu-
Icnhl Chapter, Older of tho Eastern
Star, Is to gle a New Kuct.iml lunch
on llie 17th and IStli of next month
a lth ti dance ut l' tliinti Hall on thu
evening of the IStli ine iuo, eeua .
to bo tired for the endow iiient of It liei
lor members of iho urder uml of th
Masonic fraternity. Tor n ear past
the l.euhl Chapter has furnished am
maintained a room at Miss Johnson
Sanatorium which Is tho Ideal home
in lloiviliiln Tor cure of thu sick. 11 b
the only Masonic Imm In tlte illy tine
lullllls the purpose of Mnsonle exist
fiicu to give the best euro und greatest
comfort when It Is most needed
Tho lunch will bo served ut somo cen
tral place down town and should have
n largo patronage. Tho members ol
lite Chapter have named the date far
(Hough ahead to allow for comnteti
plans. and giie time for eveiono let
lend u helping hand. A good fund war
secured at the Pair held by the Chapter
KHiicllmo ugo mid the best of use hat
been made of tho money It Is antic
bated that n larger fund will be real'
Izeil from the luncheon ami dunce.
?v?. -. .C7'X.
MtSS JUUE FLORENCE WAXSH
Mnn v women suffer In silence and
drift along from bud to w orso, know
tag well that they ought to have
How many women do you lenow
who nro perfectly well nnd strong?
'1 because may bo easily Irncecl lo
some feminine derange nictit which
manifests Itself In 'depression of
spirits, reluctance to go anywhere
or do anything, backache, dragging
f.cnsatlons, flatulency, nerrousiieis,
These svtnptoinsare but warnings
that tbcre'ls danger nhead, nnd un
less heeded, a llfo of suffering or n
berioti?. operation Is tho Inevitable
result Tho best remedy for all
tbcko symptoms Is
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Miss .1. 1' V nlsb, of 3S9 W Jcltli ht . New York City, writes: "Lydia
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Lydia B. I'lnkham's Vegetable Oomouncl cures 1'emnlo Complaints,
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nnd during the Change of Life Itcures Nervous Prostration, Headache,
General Debility, ami Invigorates the whole system.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women sultcrlng from any form of female weakness are Invited to
write Mrs. PlnUhani. at Lynn, Ma-ss. lleradvlco Is free.
Much of the underwear sold today is death to a natural
"breathing" of the body. This results from its coldness. But
nil coldness is removed from the
AWA LICENSE REPORT
House lllll 101, providing for the
pa) incut of claims Inclined ptlur to
June 20, 190.1, wits taken up by the
Senate csterday afternoon, Coelho
offeted an amendment Including a
lot of additional claims, most ol
which wore to pay the olllcers under
tho County Government. Smith
fought theso Items on tho grounds
that they had not gone through the
proper course. Coelho'B motion lo
Insert was lost, mid action on the
Tho Ways and Means Coimtilttco
reported on tho nwa llcenso matter
"After careful consideration nnd
Investigation our committee be
lieves that an annual feo for license
of live hundred dollniM for thu dis
trict of Honolulu, ono hundred dol
lars for each of tho dlstricla ot
South llllo, Wallukii and Luhaiua,
end fifty dollars for each of tho othor
tnxntlon dlsttlcts ot thu Territory
would ho ample mid sttfllclent. Your
lommltleo Is Informed that by this
method moio licenses urn likely to ho
told und the revenue to bo derived
tqerefiom hugely increased. During
tho past jo.ir, owing to the high
pt Ico only a few licenses were sold."
lmulu penults, leaving only tho max
imum or $100. Cat I led. Thu bill
then passed 22 to I.
Hawaii's di:ad KINGS
Senate lllll loii, piovldlng for tho
protection of the lemalns of tho tov
c reigns mid high chiefs ot Hawaii,
mid nppropi latlng $20,000 for tho
purpose, passed lluiil reading.
House Hill 141, thn garnishee law,
was t etui nod from tho .Senate with
(itiienduieuls. Tim House ronctirted
The following hills ojisscd iieiond
House lllll 229, lclatlng to bonds
of public olllcers.
Houso Hill 220, to amend Section
22Gt! or tho ItuWsed Laws.
Houso lllll 221, tcl.itlug lo the np
polntnii nt of agents to tuko acknowl
edgments. Houso Hill 222, to amend Section
23!C of the Itoilsed Laws.
Senate lllll 102, making special ap
propriations to pay certain claims
ngalnst the Territory.
Houso lllll 222, giving tho right of
way lo ambulances of tho Hoard of
a soft, porous fabric. This is done by an entirely original proc
ess a process heartily endorjed by every physician.
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