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EVTNINO BULLETIN. I!ONOl.l7M7. T. II., SATURDAY, APRIL 20. 1907.
A Breathing Body
Much of -the underwear tjld
"breathing" of the body. This
all coldnett it removed from the
a toft, porout fabric. Thit done by an entirely original jroo
ett jroeM heartily endowed by every phytioian.
LET U8 FIT YOU.
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HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
I CreamPureRve I
Lovejoy & Co.,
902-914 Nuuanu Street. 'Phone Main 308
Importers and Dealers in Fine Wines and Liquors.
: A Choice
Pleatei every one. We can
itwi una iw 100 per iu,
BeraWia, Alakea and Union.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack haul and chip your
goods and tavc you money.
Dealett in. STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Wauehoute, 126 King St- Phone MainfiS
Cfl Rfl Turkish Bath and Oj CH
WliuU Sleeping Apartment OliJU
r At fiptej Paths
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I'uiu, Delicious, Nutritious
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BaVet'i Chocolate (imiweetened), 1 .2 lb. calei
German Swctt Chocolate, 1-4 lb. cake
Tor 3al by Leodlna Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
45 HIGHEST AWAKD, IN LUROPH
NOTICE OF OPENING FOR SET
TLEMENT OF CERTAIN LOTS
OF AGRICULTURAL LAND,
SITUATE AT KAHEI, KOHALA,
N'jtlcn in hereby given that tlio
Lots described In tlio following sched
tile will be open for settlement ns
Right of Purchase Lenses, under Pnrt
VII, Lund Act, 189o, (Sac. 313 He
vised Laws) nt nnd after 8 o'clock
11. in. on Hnturduy, May 11, 1907, at
tlio office of the Sub-Agent of tho
Second Land DIttrtct. Said office will
lie cstalillHlieil for tliu alinve stated
tiny .it tliu Kolinla Court IIciuhp, Ko
tM No. Area. Value,
1 12.10 mi.no
3 9.40 141.00
3 9.2C 138.90
4 9.30 139.G0
7 9.(52 ...
R 9 22
10 !!!!!!!" 9.4:, ...
11 ....? 9.27 ...
12 9.10 ...
13 ,.s 9.r,8....
14 9.40 ...
IE 9.3C ...
riiiim of tho lots and full particu
lars us to necessary qualification of
applicants, method of applying, etc.,
may be obtained nt tho Land Offices
In Honolulu ami III!", or at the offlra
of Oeorgo I1. Tulloch, Kst Kohalit,
.IAS. W. PRATT.
Commissioner uf I'ubllc Lands.
Honolulu, Oaliu, T. H
April lOlh, 1907.
3CC4 Apr. 11, 13, 20, 27: May 9.
Notice Ik hereby given that no por
Km or persons will bo allowed to
enter the premises of Kwong Lee Wal
Co.'h rlco plantation of Mokululci
VVallua, Oaliu, after the hour of 9
KWON'a I.KR WAl CO.
Honolulu, Oaliu, Apr. 1G, 1907.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
y and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and QULICK AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refuted.
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
PHONE MAIN 149
MRS. DORIS. E. PARIS
hat received a new supply of DR. E.
E. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
1196 FORT ST.
Manicuring, Scalp Treatment and
Hlnnk books of all sorts, ledger,
etc. manufactured by tho Dulletln Pub
' Bill Gleefully
30th Day- Afternoon Session
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I lie iiuuiu jcmi'iiiii lllllTlltHJIl
iuok ijiiu joyous, ecsinwc snip m inc
Senate that, better than anything
else that has occurred during the scs
tlon, expresses the feeling existing
between the two branches of the
Leglslatutc. It killed the Senate's
pet hill, the "undated resignation
And the killing was not done on
ncoo.Hnt uf the merits or lack of mer
it of the bill. It was n cnld-blooded
uct of revenge for the Senate's kill
ing of the Primary law nud , the
House's pet measure disqualifying of
ficials who do not pay .their tnxes.
Tho killing of the bill was done In
n tlioiougn manner, along tho lines
pointed out by the Senate when It
killed tlio Primary law. Tho bill is
su dead now that there Is no poisl
I'illty of Its ever coming to life again.
Generally when the House kills
bill It Is liable to bob tip again sc
tcnely the next day. Ilut this bill can't
do that. It was placed In Its little
coffin and tho lid nailed down and
then several extra screws nnd spikes
put In tu Insuro lis staying down. It
was a joyous occasion.
SIIKLDON'S I'OOIt, IIUMII IIKASTS '
Sheldon offered tunc ndment to .
House Hill 224, the horsc-shoer bill,)
to obviate tho necessity of applicants,
for a license coming to Honolulu to;
bo examined. Ills amendment calls
for the appointment of a commission
in each County. The amendments
Pall pointed out the very obvious
fact that tho effect of such a bill
would bo to bur out a lot of compe
tent horso-shoers. Sheldon tried to
divert attention from tho real Intent
of tho bill by making n play about
tho rights of the poor dumb beasts
who can't speak for themselves. Hlco
thought tho poor dumb beasts arc
pretty well protected now, and the
House agreed with him, killing the
hill by n vote of 19 to 8.
VBTO AOAIN DKFKRHKD
Reconsideration of th Coventor's
veto on House Hill 147, the Incomo
tux bill, was again called up, nnd
once tnoro Rlct moved to defer ac
tion, this time to Monday, as he said
fccvcrnl members were absent. Th
mutter wus accordingly deferred.
Tho Judiciary Committee returned
a batch of reports as follows:
House inn zn, relating to tho ap
pointment of ngenU to take acknowl
edgments; House Hill 229. relating
to bonds of public officers; Homo
Hill 233, to nmend Section 23,'C or
the Itavised l-aws; House Hill 230. tc
amend Section, 23GG of tho Revised
Lawn; ' were all reported back fav
orably, and tho Houso adopted the re
ports. Tho passage of Sheldon's
Houso Hill 223, to limit tho time
within which nctinnsjor compensa
tion for dumugo or Injury to persons
or property, was recommended with
certain amendments. Adopted.
Tho committee recommended that
Kulelopu's Houso Hill 20, to rcgulnto
the trades of blacksmith, carpontcr,
electrician, engineer, hnriiessmukcr
and saddler, and a few others, bo
tabled. The bill imposed a license
fee of $2. CO on white tradesmen and
J25 on Asiatics. Ituwllns explained
that tho discrimination was too evi
dent. Kuleiopu objected, and thought he
had been fairly treated, us tho com
mittee had had tho bills two months.
Itnwlins offered to glvo In writing
tho reasons for tho committee's rccoin
mendutlon, but this didn't satisfy Ka
lelopu, who continued to grumble.
Itnwlins lefutcd tho Implication of
unfairness, and said that as an Indi
cation of the nttltude of tho commit
tee, they hud tried, to patch up an
other of Kulelopu's bills, upon which
a report was also returned, so ns to
mako It constitutional. The samo
Mil, ho said, was killed last session
on tho ground of unconstitutional!!)-.
Ihls bill, House Hill 19, levying
wharfago on nil freight landed In
tho Territory. Hoth reports were
Tho Finance Commlttco reported
fa voi ably on Houso Hill 227, making
.iippioprlntlons for tho compensation
and expenses of the Corpointlou Law
Commission, Tlio loport was adopt
Tho same lommltluo recommended
tlio tabling of House Hill 173, relat
ing to the rate per cent, fur taxation,
as tho committee believed tho mutter
of taxation should bo left to the Tax
Commission Unit tho Legislature bus
piovlded for. Tho report was adop
ted. JUNK-rjlJALKItS' LICKNSICS
Kalana Introduced n bill relating
to licensing second-hand dcalcis, fix
ing the llconso for second-hand deal,
eis 125 and for Junk-dealers $2r0,
Passed first reading by title.
UNDATHD ItlMKrxATlON HILL
Tho dated or undated leslguatioii
bill. Scnsle 111 II 89, was taken up
n gain and Sheldon offered (he follow
lug amendment In bo inserted, so at
to make the law effective 'And for
the purpose of carrying out the pro
visions of this act the Auditor ma)
icnolre an affidavit from the heads ol
departments or other officials author
lied by law to make appointments
that such nppolntees lime no dated
or undated resignations In the pos
iesslon of such officials."
The amendment was adopted.
The oto wns then taken and the
bill failed to pass, the vote being in
to 11 against It
Itlce then started In to stamp the
dirt down hard on tlio grave by mov
ing that the hill be Indefinitely post
poned. This carried, and Itlce Im
mediately muted to reconsider the
motion. Carried. The motion was
tli eh reconsidered.
Hughes woke tip nnd wanted to
know the reason for these tactics,
Itlce said these wcro the same used
by the Senate to kill one of the House
"Ilecause the Senators make mon
keys of themselves Is no reason why
ivo should do tho same," said
Hughes, wralhftilly. "I believe this
Is a good bill and I want It resur
rected and, passed.
Ixing arose with blood In his eye.
"If wo kill this bill," ho said, "let
us do It ns honest men. We don't
want to use any .tuch underhand tac
tics." Illce hit back. He refilled any Im
putation of underhanded work. "TliH
House," he said, "has a habit of tot
ing one way one minute, nnd then
turning around and changing their
minds and voting the other way. It's
time that we put n stop to it. Wn
might ns well conio tu a show-down
right now. My motion Is for Hie
purpose of killing this bill dcllnltcly
Tlio motion to reconsider was lost,
l.nd the undated resignation bill Is
ns dead as Julius Caesar, liven Ku
lelopu can't dig It up now.
A Conference Committee, consist.
Ing of Castro, Kaiilho and Keoull,
was appointed on Senate Hill 90, tliu.
Beunte having failed to agree to till
Additional Cable New on Pag 1.
London, Kng., April 19. Twenty
million pcoplu are suffering for food
Vienna, Austria, April 19. Tlio
pntl-Mngyur movement here Is grow
ing In Intensity. There uro popular
RADICAL REFORMS ADOPTED
amlirle, Okla., April 19. Tho Ok
lahoma constitution, which embraces
many radical reforms, bus been adopt
RIPE OLD AGE TO MARRY
St. Louis Mo., April 19. -A groom
of 101 and it bride of 100 lire about
to marry here.
Orun, Algeria, April 19. A sovero
earthquake has occurred here. ""
BOARD OF HEALTH
DOWN "DR." WALLACH
At n full attendance of the executive
fccsslon of the Hoard of Health ester-
day afternoon, President Plnkham Is
sued the flat rcRiirdlng "l)r." Wulluch
In the following emphatic, statement-
"Doctor" Wa I neh wll not nrnctlro
at Kallhl, or at tho Molokul Settle
ment, or anywhere else, with tho con
vent of the Hoard of Health."
A motion, made by one of the mem
bers, to give the nbovo decision it
once to tho press, wns overruled, ns
the document was addressed to tliu
legislature and would not be present
ed to that bod)' until this morning.
It has been ascertained by the Hoard
that Wallach lays claim to curing 1U5
cases of leprosy Iu Honolulu during
the past year.
Tho executtvo committee of the fol
lowing were present: President Plnk
ham, r'red. C. Smith, Mark P. Robin
son, D. Kuluuokahuii, Dr, J. T. Way
Min, Dr. J. R. J add and Attorney lien
ernl B. C. Peters.
THISTLES AND DANDRUFF.
An Interesting Parallel and a Valua
ble Deduction Therefrom.
Cutting down thistles no more te
lleves the hind of thistles than does
Lcourlug tho sculp cures dandiuff. In
each case permanent relief inn only
tome from eradicating permanently the
lause. A genu that plows up thu tculp
in bcaithlng for the hair root wheie
It nap.i the vitality, cause's dandnitf,
falling hair, anil baldness. If1) on kill
that germ, you'll have no dandruff hut
a luxuriant tult of hulr. Nowhro's
Herplcldo Is the only lialr p.rep.untlon
Iu tho world that cures daudruff ami
falling hair by killing the germ. "De
stroy tho ciiuse, you remove the ef
fect." Sold by leading druggists. Send
10c, In stamps for sample to The llerp
Iclde Co, Detroit, Mich. Holllsler
Drug Co., special agents.
jay Fine Job Printing at the Dul
letln Office. ' v
Qood appritite, good digestion,
there are ttntial tn goml health; ar.4 tti
following tiftlmonlal thow how they rt
bbulced Lr uilrg
"Six jean aga I hid an attack of ladl
nation ami liver complaint that laited
for wmIu. 1 was unable to do any hard
work, hail no appetite, food distressed me,
and I mlTered much from headache, lly
akin iu tallow, and sleep did not refresh
me, I tried several remedies without
obtaining any relief. Finally, one ef my
customers recommended Ajer'a Sarsapa
rilla. It helped me from th lint In
fact, after taking atx bottles I wal com
pletely cared, and could tat anything and
sleep like a child."
There "nro many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
tttfmi y Dr. J. C. A).r C, L...II, w.u., U. S. A.
atfasTtf ritxs, the ki f.u.ur l.ii..
j i i i .,
Fancy and pan colors; medium
and beat nradea 0f: Coriot Covers,
Petticoats, Night Gowns, Drawers,
Chemltea and a Bin Assortment of
Sale Price Are Almost Half Reg
Don't Mist This Chancel
NEW LINES OF EMBROIDERY
NUUANU bet. HOTEL 4 KING St.
A number of fine, large
to be teen at our stables.
Tel. Main 109
manufactured from pure dlitllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHIJ ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kcwalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
FOR CARRIAGES AND
Sshuman Carriage Co.,
JOHN M. DAVIS,
1258 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PIIONC MAIN 117. I
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
that will make you think of home.
Vienna Bakery I
PHONE MAIN 197.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS ON HAND
AT ALL TIME8. 3ESD FOR SALE.'
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
lAi-A-ii'.1-. . TtJL. MAIN 339.
In accordance with the protlslons
,of n certain mortgage mode by J. K.
Nsklln nud M-s Isabella Naklla, his
wife, mortgagors, of Klpnhulii, Coun
ty of Maui and Tcrnloiy of Hawaii,
to Klpuhulu Sugar Company, a cor
poration organized and existing un
der nnd by virtue of tlte Inws uf said
'Territory, mortgagee, dated 22nd day
lof December, A. I). 1900 and record
ed In the office of the Registrar of
(Conveyances In Lib. 213, Kols. 43.,
I to 4SS, Notice is hereby giten that
the said Mortgagee Intends to fore
close the same for conditions broken,
to wit: non-payment of principal and
Notice Is likewise given that after
the expiration of three consecutive
weeks from the date of publication of
this notice, the said mortgagee nam
ed in said mortgage Intends to nnd
will foreclose the same nnd will nd
tertlse nnd offer for Bnlo the prop
erty entered and conveyed therein,
and will sell the same nt public auc
tion nt the auction rooms of James
K. Morgan. In Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, on Monday, April 22nd, A.
I). 1907, nt 12 o'clock noon. The
following Is a description of said
Twenty acres In It. P. 17G1 to T.
Nnkila situate nt Puiuitu, Klpahulu,
District of liana, Island of Maul.
Further particulars inny be had of
Henry K. Cooper, Attorney for Klpa
hulu Sugar Company, mortgagee, nt
his office in the Judd Hulldlng, Hono
lulu, T. II.
' Dated Honolulu, T. II.. March 28,
A. D. 1907.
KIPAHtH.lT Sl-flAll COMPANY,
lly V. KLAMP.
J 3CT.4 Mnr. 30; Apl. fi, 13, 20.
I in Tin: ciuci'it coi'kt or Tin:
(rirst Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate; at Chambers. In tho Mat-'
lerof tho Hstate of Matilda Hughes,
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.deceased. Order of Notice i)f Petition
f,)r iownnro f K,,nl Accounts nnd
Discharge In this Hstate. On reading
i mid Ming the petition and accounts
of Julia Hlizaheth Hughes, executrix
of the estate of Matilda Hughes, de
ceased, wherein Bho asks to bo allow-
ed K4S.9f nnd she charges herself . .
vlth $l,ST,7.r,o, nnd nsks that the f
i.amo may be examined mid approved,
nud that a final order may be inndo -of
distribution of the property re- J
malnlng In her hands tiMhe persona 1
thereto entitled, nnd discharging her i
land her sureties from nil further re-
irponsthlllty ns such executrix. It Is I
ordered that .Monday, the 20th day
of May, A. I). 1907, nt 10 o'clock .
m befoio the Judge of said court nt
the court room of the said court it
Honolulu, Island of'oahu. bo and the t,
fame hereby Is appointed ns tho time J
and plnco for hearing said petition f
and accounts, nnd that all persons In
tcrcstcd, may then nnd there appear
and show cause. If any they have,
why the samo should not bo granted.
and may present cvldctico as to who S
are entitled to tho said property. And X( .
that notice of this order, in the Eng
lish language, be published In tho
' Kvcnlng Hulletln newspaper printed
.(.lid published In Honolulu, once n
week for three bucccssIvo weeks, tho, '
Inst publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to tho time there
in nppolnted for said hearing.
Dated nt Honolulu, this 13th day
of Ajirll. 1907.
(Sgd.) V. J. ROIHNSON,
Third Judge of the Circuit Court ot
the First Circuit.
Attest: (Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON.
i Clerk of the Circuit Court of tlm
j First Circuit.
W. V. Thayer, attorney for oxecu
.trlx. 3CCC Apr. 13, 20, 27; May 4.-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undei signed having been duly
npixilnted the i:ecutor ot tho Last
Will and Testament of Androw t
Drown, deceased, lain ot Honolulu, jfj
County of Oaliu, Tenltory of Hawaii.
deceased: . i
Notice is hereby given to nil per-
sons to present their claims against
tho Instate of sald.Andrew Ilrown.
decejceil, duly authenticated, wheth
er secured by mortgage or otherwise,
to mo undersigned nt ins onice, jso. t.
97 Merchant Street, Honolulu nfore
vald, within six months from the date
hereof, or they will be forovcr bnr
led. Ami nil per wins Indebted to snld
Estate aie heieby le'iiicsted to mako
liumedlatn pn incut tu the undersign-
D.ile.l, Honolulu, Apl II 1 1 til. 1907.
Kxcciilor of tho Last Will nnd 1
Testament of Andiew Hrown, J
3CCr, Apr 12, 19, 2C; Mny 3. 1
.iCIdniy and Bladder Troubles
HEUEVKD IN A
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Jsy"For Rent" card on sale at
the Bulletin office.
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