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Votnry Public, I'lrst Judicial Circuit
ArniL la. laoi.
MERCHANTS, TONNAGE TAX AND
So nun h hart boon ts.ild of llonolu
In "hogging It all" and mi matiy I in
portant appropilalloiiH reduced In
consequence, tho wonder Is that Ho
liolulit business men accept the re
milt with so much complarcncc an 1
continually put up tho price for Tei
Outside Islands raited an objection
to tho County division of thu lmoma
tax. Honolulu ncqulesced without a
Now comes the I'inmotion Coin
ntUteo appropriation, and the Hoard
of lloalth emergency fund for meas
ures that will Rive tho central poll
tind tho Territory better protection
from contnglniio diseases. The gen
llcmon of tho I."Klklalnio icspond
that tho Promotion Committed as ,i
Torrltoilal InstUiitlnn Is' tuinconibo
mill tho emergency measures can liu
Inkcn care of in tho same manner in
In tho past.
This means that the merchants of
Honolulu must pay a tonnngo tax on
tholr Imports in oidei that the. Pro
motion Committed inn bo supported
nnd tho Hoard of Health provide i
with pilvnto funds to do Territorial
work, when tho inadequate Terri
torial appioprlntlon runs out.
Tills Is neither fall to thu huslnoM
men of Honolulu nor Is It good busl
r.ets Some day, active men will
bring tho mattor to uu Issue, and
face it us it should be faced.
If promotion work Is not Torrlto
ilal, and therefore entitled to an ap
propriation fiom tho Legislature,
then thoio is no earthly iruson why
tho tmportois of Honolulu should
pay a special tonnnRo tax on every
pound of freight thoy bring Into tho
port, nnd dewilo a good poitlou of
this tax to' Territorial Hoard of
Promotion and tho protection of
tho port work together In moio wajs
than one. Promotion Is useless with
out tho port Is kept clear. Hono
lulu more hunts pay n tonnage tax to
make up the Torrltoilal deficit and
furnish n fund which tho Hoard of
Health mn tiso In cleansing opera
tions Promotion gets what is left.
Sanitation should come bcfoio pro
motion. Hut what right havo tliu
people of tho Tenltoiy to take mon
ey out of tho pockets of Honolulu
mm chants for tho work of u Terri
People bay tn.os must not bo in
creased. Hut what Is the tonnngo
tax? Is It not a special iovy on Ho
nolulu Ililo Is also on Urn list for
tho benefit of tho Territory?
Ono per cunt, taxes has boionio -j
eaercd In tho minds of bomo of our
cltlzous that they mo willing to pry,
or lot tho other follow pay, hundicds
of dollais thioi!(ii a tnunago lovy or
i Merchants' Assocl itlon lovy or a
Chamber of Commerce assessment,
all for tho purposo of salng that our
taxes mo only one per cent, and must
not bu jalucd,, , . tr wiwtp; . ii-
Tho present sjstem Is not fair. It
In not bttslucss-llhq.
Tho Tettltoiial (Joverumout should
furnish tlic funds Unit m.ij be mrn-
(i-nrj to Loop the iuljc wharves it
Honolulu ami Illlo or nn other pint
' '" Ralll,nry condition or ilo nn other
w orlt Hint slial bo inquired to kicp
i tin- principal ports open. Thai In
wlmi ii government la for.
Them mm be oppoitunlty for
clruOKo on whotlie'r the Territory or
Honolulu should pay for promotion
Thoro lit no question of Torrllorlal lo-
iponsiblllty In sanitation
Tliu Legislature now has under
consideration (in iipiimpiliitloii bill
which docs not jnovlilc Hiiiriclonl
mono) for sanltiit emergencies iiti.l
uh pissed bv tliu Semite gives pructl
inlly iiothliii; for promotion
It Is porhnps too Into to notlf dm
tax mid stnnd In the gap'.
In which case It Is only fair th.it
the Territory should appropriate tho
12,000. for iniiiniitlnn. that there
inn) Tn Homo uppioaili to ici limita
Some jenra ago the business men
of Honolulu contributed money
Mnmr a toluntnr) assessment to
I eep the port clear loiter tho) ask
ed n lefulul mini the Legislature
the) wore greeted with the "morr)
l.a-lia '. Thoy now ask either lellef
lioni tho Territorial load thoy mo
(inning or assistance for promotion
work. They may then use their ol-
rntary tax in n manner thai wilt host
m-iio the Interests of tho eontrlbu
tors, who am certainly entitled to
V assume Hint the lax inmiuis
slim to bo appointed will look Into
all those iiwmiiioh of iiidlioct Ton Mo
unt nixes which mo a ii't) dlicct tax
on business houses, and offer somo
.Ian to better iquallze the biiiden.
.Moiiuwhllo Isn't It proper that ajv
propi unions slioulil lie maile with n
bitl-r rcgaid for a fair deal?
IhVI It about time forjho people
to realize that plague Is a constant
uionaio and wilt continue to be ns
long as ships an he fiom thu Orient?
And. therefore, they should glvo the
Territorial clep.u Uncut rcsponslVo
for fighting tho disease sulllclont
nionev tu prevent dependenio on thu
ii ere initio chnritv of Honolulu.
AN OPIIN l.nTTDIt '10 Till: Alilll
C'tl.TPllAl. l'OM.MITTi:i: Ol'
nii. hoi si:
tientlenieir In the lepnit of pro
iceditiKs for esti-nl.i). the lsih. It ap
penrs tint cjiir loninillteo. wilbniit
riving the (las Couinaii) mi) mitho at
iiieeilug or mi) oMioittinlt to lie heard
on the matter of a ptoposcd amend
mem to the tas fiaiichlKc, linve chosen
to repent that the (ias CVinipany Is
guilty or bad faith and thciefore to
i.sk that the bill practically bo killed.
This conitiols the Cns Contpaii)'" to
pi loo Itself tight befoul tho legisla
ting and the community, nnd certainly
wo hau a light to lie hoard in this
matter and to ask )ou whether jciti
have dono jour duty to lire citizens of
A gab bil was IntioJuied and passed
in 1901. Tills was vetoed by the (inv
einor. as the writer has understood,
from reiirei-entnilons niiido to him Ii)
u nowirfnl reprosimtnllve of nnolher
coucciii having Inri'o rlglits tu furnish
Real Estate Dep't,
We oiler for sale for a few days
a beautiful home on Manoa Heights
with all modern imorovements. Splen
did marine nnd mountain view. Good
stables, shade nnd fruit trees. Lot
150 x 200. A few minutes' walk from
car-line. Only $750,00 in cash re
If you are lookinc for a home at a
bargain, you cannot afford to miss
this chance. Call and see us before
it is too late.
Henry Vatorh'ouse Trust Co!, Ltd,,
. Oomer Fort ani Merchant Sts
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mm IN' MANOA
A visit to College Hills In
Manna will bu enough to con
vince )oti tint It's tho phico
whoro .vou wish to build it
home. Uits tiro cheap and
light, etc, la Honolulu At the next
sesblon of tho lA'glslatino unolbcr gas
bill was Introduced, which the writer
has ever) iciison to believe was n
fake, which contained tho provision
Hint. In i"ic tlio Oas Company pro-
isnce.1 to go Into stioct lighting, it
thoiihl furnish u largo number of lights
free Mr. Dlmond's gas bill had to be
nnmudcil to ooiiohhiuiI, and It was
filially jinked villi that amendiuent,
with the additional proviso thai every
year It should Increase the number or
free lights b) live. You gentlemen
ray that the Cns Company has failed
to icimjil) with this condition. Tills Is
I'irtaliil) Into. Tho Has Compaii) ne
copied the franchise for wlutl it did
contain, lllfclerstandlliir that the I.oc -
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Islaturo. In lfs wisdom, (hnd decided
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nun iiio unions oi iioiiiiiiiiu Hiiiiiiiu
not have tho bene 111 of competition III
nil) proHii(iou In light the stioets ot
ttio inv, nun tlic (.'nnipati) mis tneio -
fine not offeied ill any time to light
the stioets of Honolulu, being held up
ii) n provision which would simply bo
ruinous. No doubt this condition ful
fills exactly tho desitos of whoever In
troduced the amendments, but joii will
observe that the iltlzens of Honolulu
lire .deprived b) tho U'glslutuio or
competition In stioet lighting.
Tho present bill wns Introduced by
Mr. Mtikckati .in the Sennto, without
any knowledges or Infniiniitloii on tho
tubjcil b) the (as Company, in other
wonts. II is not a (las Company bill.
Ibis Is not sn)ing dfat die Cns Com
pany would not llku In hnvo tho ob
jectionable clause stilckcu out, or In
MTtod in th franchise of uny other
concern which proposes to furnish
street lights lit un) time. Tho (Ins
fouipnnv would like to be plated upon
an eiiu.il bakis with any other concern,
and Is thin perfectly willing to com
pote .and wo should like to usk )ou by
wli.it right tho citizens of Honolulu
nro denied the nppoi (unity to havo
lompetitivo Mils ror stuet lighting.
At the same time, wo wish to bo under
Hood that wo frankly accept tho deci
sion or tho l.ogislntuio us being Its
declaration that there shall bu no com
petition in street lighting, and wo def
not piopcibc to offer to light tho sheets
or Honolulu under the jnesent pro
hibitive eluiiso of tho bill, which wo
shall not usk vou to alter, believing
nut tno HgiitH of citizens ure nrnb-
nbly perrecll) saro in jour hands.
v n. castm:,
President, Honolulu (las Company.
Dated. Honolulu. April 111, 1007.
SEE THOSE NEW
45 inches wide and in the following
Price $1.50 yd
ETVKNtNO tiUM.ErlN. IKMfOMJMJ. t II.. FIIIOAY, APHIt, 19. 1907.
m ii m
41tb Day Aflui noon Session.
Thi' House vesterday savci an acro
batic exhibition of bdck-bomcisaiiltlug
that vvns u w'ondci when it passed the
Municipal Hill, which It had the day
before ihloi-ofoiuieil mid laid away In
Its grave without funeral services.
Soon after assembling for the after
noon session, Knlelopti dug up tho
mi'lise, applied restoratives, set It on
ltd foot, patched up Its wounds, mid
tho Hoiisocmrled It through ii-rusliliig.
Tlie net Ion was ver) sudden, but not
nlltely nlitlililalcil l"or nlthoiigli the
bill was suiipobod to bo dead, killed by
a sudden blow In revenge for the action
of the Sennto In murdering the Prim
al) bill, no illumine can bo trusted to
btny dead in tho House. Kalclopu linn
it habit of digging up tho cnd.ivor of
tome derunit bill anil inriislng new life
Into It. A number of bills havo gone
to the (inventor during the bcsslon
that ever) body had supposed were
killed thoroughly nnd effectiinlly. It
would not bo surprising now If the
House were to pass tho Liquor Hill
sud the IxK'al Option lllli.
tno .Municipal Hill us finally passed
jeslcrday by tho llniia Is practically
ns It cnine rroiu the Senate. A lot or
iimendiuvntH were proposed, und a good
man)' of them went palthid on, but
l hey are mostly technical und clerical
und make no dlrtoreuce In die Intent
und operation of the bill.
Among other stunts pci formed liy
tho lloiisi) was tho killing of tho Son
de's pet "undated leslgnntion bill." It
wus easy. The bill was not voted
It was merely deferred until
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Of uiurse. theio Is a liam
ehnneo that the bill might be rushed
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iiiiouuii uiiSxiiiotiniiir. in wii on euse
It would come back vetoed on die hist
dav, leaving the Ligishituie it tow
1 iioms In which to nuss It over the
veto. Hut thorn will nrobahlv lie su
many other measures loiisldoied moru
important which die Ilouso will want
to iry to oass over die veto on the lusl
day, that there. In slim chance for tblj
Sennto bill, even If It I not official!)
The ' Mfufcrcnce cnnimlttea on Ihu
county salur) bill, the grab bill, wna
adiijited )cstcrdHy The foffcu bill clle.1
in tno House, tirtir liolug 15 noes
I against It
Kiileiopit mcued to rcjcouslder tho
motion to postiione' to April 30 dm
.Mmiklpnl bill, Senale 11111 -12. Car
Kalelopu then moved that tho bill
pass tlilul rcadine.
Itnwliiis offered n batch of iinieud
iiients. Some weie to correct gram
matical errors. Ono was to knock out
tho bntih of cS..iiuiors from holding
useless seats lil'tho Hoard of Siiiervls
nm. The bill provided that any man
who has held the office of nui)or should
bo allowed seat nt tho supervisorial
meetings, and the right of debate, but
no vote i don'l sc.0 what wo need
or this string of inn) one." said Hawlliis.
They were knocked out.
Haw tins offered n few inoro unicnd
iiients, all technical in character, which
woro all adopted.
Coiioa tried his hand at patching
amendments on tho bill. His amend
ments was to muko tho olectorul dla
triits for siipcrvisois tho same us they
are now it wus adopted. Mahoo then
moved to amend by having three Sup
rivlmrs fiom tho Fourth District, thieo
fiom the Fifth nnd ono ut large. Cor
lea's amendment curried.
. Corroa moved that the bill pass ua
annulled Hut this could nut bu veiled
on define Knnlho dad had Ills my on
It so as to make 11 constitutional, lie
minimi lodged that bu didn't know
much ubuut vvliat do was talking ubout,
If so, you will be inter
ested In looking over our
complete stock of BABY
SUPPLIE8. Jutt what Is
needed Inedlclnei, Trln
keta and Baby Foods.
& Co., Ltd.
1256 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE! MAIN 117-
admitted that ho was not a resident of
Oahti and demonstrated fully tho
3rst statement but claimed his rlcbt
J s n legislator to butt Into tiny propo
A motion was made to reconsider
io iicllon on Corrcas amendment
,'nrrlccl. This brouuht Corron In lily
I feet in wrath. Ho said ho was in the
lt.eglsl.itiiio to pfutcct the Intcre$ts of
iiif u.vn uisirici as wen us or tno gen
eral public, Correa's' nliiciidmcnt was
knocked out and dm voto was taken
mi Hie bill ns amended. The result was
2.". ii) es, I now. Tho bill had passed
a.mi:ndi:d hiaii mm. pahshs.
Coney for the spiclal conference
committee mi the county salary grab
bill ptcseulcd a lemedied leport Ident
ical Willi1 the lepoit withdrawn in tho
morning except ns to Its phrasing. The
report was adopted.
Senate Hill 89, the dated or undated
leslgnntion bill, was taken up. Kit
lelopu said ho felt there was going to
bo ii great deal of discussion on tho
bill, so ho moved to defer It until to-
Uav. (Jiiliin objected that If thu bill
wero deleried, it would have llttlo
chance of becoming law. Tho nctlott
to defer carried, which practically Mils
mo inn. Ami tho House smiled broad
ly at mi anxious Senator hanging In
Till: (JPKAKr.U'S LONB "NO."
.Semite Hill Oil, providing a seal for
Hie Attorney (Jeneral, sailed through
third rending with a fair wind. The
Speaker voiced one lono "no."
a kivi:-ci:nt sunati: mm
Senate Hill 100, relating to civil pro
tecdnre, bumped into an obstacle in
I lie shape of Kalclopu, who moved to
defer notion on "this five-cent bill"
until May 1. Tho motion was lost and
tho bill passed final rending.
coi-thi-: mm. kh.u:d.
House Hill 212, tho coffee Industry
rnooimiKenieut bill, which had btctu
deferred from tho morning session,
was iiiuiil up ami killed by IT, nous to
13 njes, thus saving tho (Jovcrnor die
trouble of vetoing it.
I.0UAL. OPTION POSTPONU).
The louil option bill was nosttmhed
until today on account of tho abbcuco
of Sheldon, chaliiiian of tho Committee
"' i'w "hole, wno had nut signed tho
I "-"'."."""" '". ungues innue u
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""'u l'""-"i usainsi pmioiigliig the
Tlie Houso voted to concur lu till
Senate amendment to House Dill 13S.
3TANDAIU) OIL I1II.U
The Si mile Standard Oil bill 01,
caiiiu down and passed flint reading
Senate lllli 10.1, mailing special op
piopiliidon to pa) certain claims
against thu Terriloiy, ulso passed its
Sheldon's iHlindr) bill passed second
rending und went to the I'ollce Com
mittee. The Miscellaneous Committee re
ported favorably un Houso Ulll 221,
(egulating die rnrrlur and horseshoeing
business. The rejsirt wus adopted,
lurrying thu bill through second lead
ing. coMMirrni: nni'OHTg.
A favorable report was returned by
Hie Judiciary Committee on Senate
Hill IOC. providing for the piolectlou
uf die remains of certain kings and
high ciders of Hawaii. The report was
The nunc committee iccommcndcd
the tabling ot Houso Ulll 218 us Its
subject matter has already been iov
crcd by Senate Hill 22. Adopted.
Another Judiciary Committee teport
was nindo on .Senate Hill 90. relating
to nil persons eniplojeil In tho senile
of the Territorial Governuicut and
Mlbdlvlslotis dieieof, recommending Its
passage wltn sllglil amendments.
Tlie Judiciary Committee reported
on u number of other bills, as rollows:
Tho pasbagu of Senate Ulll 90, pin-
vtdlng fur biennial reixirts to the l-ci;
Ululiiie by County olllcers, was rccuni-
Tho report on Senate Hill 9, relating
to taxation, educational mid Judicial
uisiricis was ravoinblo und wus uuuiil
Sheldon's House Ulll 23, lelullng tn
rosts or court in civil cubes, was m
pot ten on uuverbely. Tho bill was
Another Sheldon bill. Houso Bill 28.
to protect perlshublo produce from iu
lury by lougli handling mid neglect
while being Uansportcd to market.
was tabled uu recommendation of thu
Tho loiumlttco recommended tho
passago of Sennto Hill 101. relating to
tlio use. ol slgm and placards ror ad-
veitiEing purposes. The report was
tdopted and tlio bill cariled duougli
Ilavvllns Introduced a batch of new
'Ills, as rollows:
An Act relating to bonds of public
An Act amending Section 23C0 of the
Ah Act lehitlng to tho appointment
of special agenlB to take acknowledg
ments. An Alt lelatlnc to fees that mnv ha
iiuieiieii iiy tno Kegistrnr.
An Act giving the r ght of wnv to
iimbiilnnics of tho Hoaid of Health and
piovldlng for conviction and punish
ment ror iihstiuctjng bitch ambulances
Is of benefit as a deodorizer, antsp.
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Ask your dentlsL r i
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Meals served American or European plan.
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IMPORTER8 AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES it LIQUORS.
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MRS. CORA 8, MILLER
MAKES A FORTUNE
Started a Few Years Ago with No
capital, and now employs Near
ly One Hundred Clerks and
Until n few )oars ugo .Mrs. Cora II.
Miller lived in n manner similar to
that of thousands of other very poor
women of the average small town and
village. She now resides in her own
palatial hi own-stone lesldencc, nnd Is
considered ono of tho most successful
business women In tho Pnlted States.
Mrs. Miller's New 'Residence, Earned
In less Than One Year.
Several )ears ago Mrs. Miller learned
of a mild and simple preparation dint
cured herself und several friends ot
female weakness nnd piles! Sho was
berleged by ro mini) women needing
treatment that she" decided to riirulsh
It to thosj who might call for It. Sho
started with only a few dollais' cap
Itul, and tlie remedy, pcmefslng true
nnd wonderful merit, producing many
cures when doctors and other leniedles
lulled, the demand grew so rapidly sho
wiib sevcial times compelled to seel;
larger quatteis. She now occupies
une of dm cit)'s largest office buildings,
which she owns, und almost one hun
dred cicikB and stenographers are to
quired to assist In this ,icnt business.
Million Women Use It.
Moio than u million women havo
used '.Mm. Miller's reined), nnd no
matter where )ou live, she inn refer
)ou to ladles In )our own locality who
can mid will tell uny sufferer dint this
murvclous remedy really cuies wo
men. Despite the fact thai Mrs. Mil
ler's business Is very extensive, Bho Is
iilvvii)S willing to give aid und advice
to every suffering woman who writes
to her. She is n genet ous, Rood woman
nnd lias decided to give mv ay to wo
men who havo never used her med
icine 110,000 00 worth absolutely FltllK.
ICveiy woman suffering with pnliw In
the head, bark mid bowels, bearing
c'own feelings, noi vorwno3s, creeping
seiibnllons up tho spine, melancholy,
doblie to cry, hoi Hashes, weariness, or
plica from any cause, should cil ili.ht.
down and send her nnmo nnd addroBS
to .Mis. Cora II. Miller. Hox 8327, Ko
komo, luck, and recelvo by mull (freo
or charge in plain wi upper) a GO-ceut
box or her marvelous niedleluo; also
her valuable hook, which every woman
HHiicmbcr, thli offer will not Inst
long, for thousniulH and thousands of
women who arcvufferlng will tuko net
vantago of this generous means of get'
dug cured. So If you arc ailing, do not
buffer another day, but send jour nan.o
mid address tu Mrs. Miliar for the book
and medicine before thu $10,000.00
worth Is all gone.
A number of fine, large
v Work Horses
to be seen at our stables.
Tel. Alain 109
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We have marked our Purses and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
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We have a nlco line to select from.
CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
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