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m Some Storekeepers jy II1M
H' think the only way to in-1 1
thiuk the only way to in
cretse profit is to inorease
grosi sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can ihow you a store
system that will give you a
grtHler profit this year on
the tame amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can ihow you another
system that will increase
both your posi salet and
percentage of profit. Call
and tee. I
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Special.
All visiting members of tha
order ai cordially InvHod to at
teiul meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evonlnc at
7:30 In I O. O. K. Hall, Port street.
K It. HENDRY. Secretary.
c. a! Simpson, x. a.
All visiting; brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, N. 2, K. of P.
Meet every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cor.
Kort and lleretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
A. fl. WEBBER, C. C.
F. WALDUON, K. It. 8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of P. Hall, cor. Fort and Here
tanla, at 7:30. Members of Mystic
Lode No. 2, Wtn. McKinley Lodge
No. 8, and visiting brothers cordial
n. aosLiNo, c. c.
A. 8. KKNWA.Y, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODOE 816, B. P. O. E.
Htnolulu Lodge No G1C, IS. P. O.
K , will meet In tbelr ball on Hlnj
near Kort street every Friday evening;
Ry order of the E. It.
HAItKY 11. SIMPSON,
r. n. niciiAitDsoN, K.n.
VVm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 6, K.of P.
Meets eery Saturday evenlne at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort and Ileretanla. Visiting broth
era cordially luvlted to attend.
L. U. WOLP, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSO.N, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 110, F. 0. C.
Meets on tlio 2nd nnd 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of tuc.li month i.t
7:30 o'clock In K. nf P. Hall, King bt
Visiting Eagles are Invited ti. at
tend. L. B. TOO.MKY, Picsldetit
H. T. MOOrti:, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRUE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thuri
(J) of each month at Knights or
Pythian Hall. Visiting brothers coi.
dlally InMteJ to attend.
E. V. TODD, Sachem,
A. E. MURPHY,
C. of It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
tLMday of each month at San Amonlo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
rlU4 to attend.
r. w. WEED, Pre.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons"to
play any sheet of music or by ear.
GUARANTEED, 12 lessons for 1G
SAM GOLDENO, Mandolin Expert,
No. 18 Hotel St.
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etc , manufactured by the Ilulletln
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bottled in bond under super
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obtainable. Insist that your
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fresh every day, 25c a lb. The
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and then kept in storage for
several years. This accoenh
for the rare and delicious fla
vor of our "OLD KONA."
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Fine Job Prlntlna at tha flub
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LOCAL AN!) GENERAL
The next announcement of results
fe flic Bulletin Pacific States Tout
Contest will be published on Friday,
Tallyhot, livery, autos. Stkyds. StbU
Bsl cup of cotTeo In tbo ilty. New
The Flornl Parade Committee will
ni'-et this nrternoon at 2 o'clock
Klue whllu goods, IneliidliiK Minims,
India I.liiun, I'd me on dlspln) nt
lllom's this week
Mute Clements, formerl) of the lrli
Gnrve, Is looking Tor n position Ho
linn been given hi discharge- hv Cup
Inspect the smart lulls fur street and
dress wear ut .Mine Josephine's Mil
liner Parlors, Hotel stieet, tipiuslle
the Young hotel
A free concert will be given In the
Honolulu 8.vtnphniiv Suelely to their
members and friends on Siimlu after
noon at the Elks' new hall.
A mettlng of the Kajulitiln Improve
meat Club will lie held at tho home or
tlnrr) Davison, Knpahtilu, on Siinda),
Apill 28, 10T, at 2 30 p tn. All mem
bers nre icqnested to lie prrsulit
The Coiuitrj Club extends n conllal
ln Katlon to the public to uttend the
openlni; reception to be held Satunl.ij
i.rterniHiu at the new club house
Uuyxes will mitt the Niiiinuii Ktuit
The Mlkalula, urrhlup tenia),
hroiiRht down the follow ItiK frilKht
Iioni Knu.il: 2IJ tuns scrap Iron, 20 bar
rels of empt buttles, 21 vmpt) wluu
hariets, 7 emplj gasullne drums, and
CI pnckiiBes of ruudrles.
Puiser V 13. Miles of the MlkahaU
ieiurts tlm rollowliiK sugar on haiul on
Kami- K S M , WOO; V , 1500, M A.
K, 10.575. (1 . U, 4013; MclJ , 33,181,
K P. C500, P 1.. 51C0; O. I', 2O.UI0,
K .M , 2.',C01; P, 40,000; K. S D500.
MAUI BOND BILL
(Continued from Page 1)
I.uud Cuuiuilsvloncr Pratt sent la hit
aiisueis tc the seiles of ipiestlons ru
Rat dine public lauds propounded by
Jlnkekau. Alter thu lommutilcatkm
bad Ijcoh rend Mnkeknu moved that It
he I of erred to the I'rlatliiK Cominlttiu
ko that cadi Senator could hae u
Coclho said It was no use to do (Ills
hh the time was too short to do an hit
Makeknu s motion carried
Houee 1)111 .'.':), Ilinltliie the time In
which (Inmate suits could lie Instituted,
House Hill IMG, leKiilatliiK and ptumol
lu the tiatisiiortatloii of ficsh fruit to
the mainland, passed first readliiK.
WAM.ACII UI380MI1 ION.
House Coucurieiit Itesolutlou No. 12,
coudemiiliiK thu Uuaid of lhallli fur
not ullonliiK Wallach to tu ills stuiils
on Its wardb, mid resulvlim- that tin
next Legislature shoulil take tho mat
ter tip, came up Iine moved to adopt
"1 linmi to refer It In tho llcaltu
Coinmlttce," said Smith. "I think
there are mimic thlnKs In it which luw
illiiiecissar 'Iheiu was certainly
liothlnir InsultliiK about the Hoard's ac
Line said thu Hoard could lime imtd
some iiioic diplomacy and have paid
more attention to the wishes of thu
leElslatuie. Instead of IcnorliiL- It It
hbould have allowed Wnllacji to prat-
lice, even If It thoiiKlit that he was t
Smith's motlun to refer was lost
Kalamn said ho thoucht It was n cn
questionable tliliif for this Legislature
to pass up innttcis to ltn suicesKois. Ho
then tore tliouulit It was pioper to te
ler tho rtiolutlon to some committee
I10AHI) JIAD13 MISTAKI3.
"I feel there has been a mistake
made, and that the Hoard or Ikalth
tlionld not hae acted as It did," said
Smith. "Still I do nut fiel like otlnc
fur the resolution on account or some
of the expressions In It."
Action was flnnll defer led until 2
Cocllio said he had a letter ft out
Plnkhum widen was nractkalh a ic-
irnctlon of tho statement that the
Health Committee had railed to repoti
on chid or Ills letters or Information.
Tho Health Committee rcorted on
House Hill 206. moUdlnc for a home
(or the male children or lepious par
ents, recommending that It ho tabled
to ho considered w Ith Senate Hill 10'
In which the item of 15.000 for tho
purpose, unci nveu Included. Adopted
Kniidsui loiKirted for tlio tonfeicnrc
toiumlttio on the bill setting the da)
lor Supervisors' meetings, letoinnieiid
Ing that It be amended so that the
meetliik'H be held on the first Wednes.
da) of euch month, with the exception
of .Maul, ulieiu the meetings should lie
held on tlio llrH Wednesday of mch
month. This was adopted.
PAYOR CONDEMNATION HII.U
thu l.anda Comm tteo tenoited on
Senate Hill 101, providing for the con
demnation or public and private lands
rot rights or wa) ror tho distribution
unci t,ale or water ror icservolr sites,
commending the object of the bill, but
statin;; that there was couslderublo op
position to tho bill, and recommending
Hint It bo taken up b) tho Senate as a
Conniiltteo of the Whole.
RESOLUTION TO CONORCSS.
McCuith) introduced u concurrent
lesolutloii requesting Congress to nass
le n act to regulate thu local tenltorlal
mill count) government, so that over
lapping tunctluiis vvuic cut out.
Coclho movcil to aelupt tin; resulu
tiou. SMITH AGAINST IIASTI3.
Smith said no hast) action should bo
taken. No loose proposition making
a general rcijuist should bo seat to
Congiess. It would bo moiu prober to
loimulate a plan to be followed, and
semi thut to Congiess. If no further
consleleratlem was taken lie would vote
MiCarth) answered that tho resolu
tion WBB cleat cuough, but ho hail no
objection to have It leforred.
Mnkeknu moved to tcfer it to the
Count) Committee. Canted
PAVOIt WHAKI'AUU TAX.
the Uinils Coinmllteo reported on
llouso 1)111 19, lev) Ing w barrage toll
ou all freight lauded In thu Ttiiltoi),
ictommeudliig Its passage.
has always been one of our chief
1 aims. Lowerintf the nrice by lower-
ine the quality, and substitntint, is
t.ot our policy. The cut in quality ii
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
xsej3iej.li buiuuwv, runt sinuii i
Over May & Co. '
THE GENTLE BUT FIRM AND
UNMISTAKABLE PERSUASION OF
That is the kind of argument I put into the
HIQH J- O. CLASS
Hawaiian Souvenir and other jewelry made by me
nnd it tells a story interesting to everyone who values
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PURE FOOD AND
DRUG LAW WE FILED OUR APPLICATION WITH
THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND HAVE
RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING REPLY:
. .DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY,
WASHINGTON, MARCH 2, 1907.
BENSON, SMITH AND CO., LTD.,
HONOLULU, T. "H.
GENTLEMEN: I BEG TO ACKNOWLEDGE RE
CEIPT OF YOUR GUARANTY MADE OUT AND PROP
ERLY ACKNOWLEDGED BEFORE A NOTARY, AND TO
STATE THAT IT HAS BI'EN REGULARLY FILED UN
DER SERIAL NUMBER 0100.
(-Signed) JAS. WILSON,
Senate Hill HI, authorizing the Maul
bond Issue, c.iine up ror third lending.
Kuluina moved to cut out the $30,000
Item for u load from Nahlku to Kill-
tua, which would leducu thu total
uniount or bonded indebtedness to liu
Incuircd from (110,000 to $SO,000.
Smith said It might bo well to pasH
thu bill as it was. Ihu Supcrvisuis did
nut havo to spend oi borrow tho entile
Coelho said that an lrieipouslblo
Uuaid of Suiiervlsors might spend the
entile amount against tlio wishes of
.MAUI I.OAN KILL13D.
'If It is u ease or want of confidence
in )"our llo.nd of Supervisors, then ou
liael bcttei kill tho hill." said Ulshop.
Kalnmn withdrew his motion ami
tho motion to puss the bill was lost
L) a vote of seven a) us to six noes
llouso Bill '.MO. which covered the
I'ume tubject was tabled.
The veto n' henate Hill 01. the Maui
elect! Ic fiaiuiiise, was taken up Cocl
lio moved to puss the bill over the
veto. Smith said hu thought lite Gov
ernor's posltluu was well taken. 'I ho
veto wns overiieleti lis tho following
A)es IliovMi. Clillllugwoith. Coelho.
I la) Hidden, Hewitt, Kuluina, Kiiuelsin,
Lino, .Mel'arth), Mukekau 10.
Noes Dovvhett, Smith, Wouds, (Ian-
dull mid Illshoji S,
beiiutu Hill 115. repealing tho pics
cut law. telatliig to pounds, passed thlid
1.M.MIGHAT10N ACT PAS313D.
llouso Htii IDS. tho Immigration act.
Hoiti.0 Hill ,'o. leominUIng tho lloaul
of Agileiiltuie mid KouMt); House
Hill 2JI, ic luting to the uppiiliitmeiit of
igents to lal.ii acitnovvledgments. ami
llouso Hill di. nulliilng tho Income
lax period, an passed third reading.
nouse inn ' ii. relating to lauiiuiles.
uassjcel bccond reading.
AOAINS1 DirCH HILL
henutu Ulli 101, providing for tils
condemnation of laud foi rights of
way rot the distribution and salo ot
water aim roi leservoll sllcs, eiiine up
loi sec onil reaijlns.
Hewitt hiild'lho bill delegated the
light or eminent domain to pilvatii
pel wins anil luipnratlons Hu movcil
In Imlefliiltel) pustponu the bill,
Suith suld that thuro was home nn rlt
in the hill o nun ed to defn until
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tomorrow. The vole on the motion
stood seven to seven. The President
decided it, sa)iug "I vote u)e tij glvu
Ihu bill u Lhanie. 1 don't think It Inu
TOLL HILL DISCUSSED.
llouso Hill 10, the whatfugc toll bill,
camo up ror second readiiig.
Ultimo moved to liidcflultelv nost-
I pone tho hltl. Tho bill us umended
that each ton or freight landed on a
I public wharf must pay u toll of 10
cents, 'l Ills would Just make the con
stum i pay mine for his goods, whllo
tugar would not hu taxed, as it was
lauded on private w halves. Double
taxation would bo the result,
AITI3R I.U.MI113R M13N.
Chlllingworth suld a toll was already
being collected, which went to pay thu
uuniantluo department of the Hoard
of Health. .Most of tho merchants
paid this willingly, but xoino parties,
whu got as much benefit as those who
paid, did not pay, and tho object of the
bill was to reach these men.
lllshop said that the commercial
community hud voliiiiturtl) ugrecd to
III) ten centu n ton, fioni which cpiur
untluo work h) tho Hoard of Health
was paid for. However, the bill wn
nut a good one. It did not show
whniethcr It lef erred to u ton incus-
utcnint or weight. I'utthcrmoro If
.tulglit holug to a pilvnto wharf did
not havo to pa), these would take all
thu business fioni tho public whuives.
At this point a veto was received ot
lloute Hill 34, the leper suspect bill
Chlllingworth moved to defer action
until tomoitow, Dow sett moved te
defer until .Mil) 1, In order that a hill
inuld bo introduced which would meet
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit?
We have a remarkably fine assort
ment nf dnrinp snitincri for vnu in
'choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to te
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King 8t
PHONE BLUE 2741, P. O. Box 081
Hie ('meinor's objections. Chllllnc,
woilh'j motion cnriled
lllshop continued his argument, II
KJld to c-.illnt tho toil a stuff of liH
spec lorn must ! iniilnlaliieil on evcrv
wlinir or tlio Itrrltorj
ChlllltiKworth sale! ut lircscnl tlm
lumber men puld no toll. The small
man was stuck but the big fellows wcio
lot xo Hu moved to leler the bill to
the Judicial) Committee.
Dowsptt f.ilil that unless the bill
tuvenel evriv wli.il t It would hint tin
ClilllltiKWottli k.i Id thut the toll
rfhouhl be collected (.11 every Ion which
entered the e.nannel It would be u
tenltorlal ton on nil freight Imported
Into lli Territory. It did not refer to
Inter-Inland Height. The hill could be
amended nnd made u good one.
Coelho moved to ipfcr It to the Vn
ana .Means committee,
lllshop said that one or the ndvnnt
egos or the volunlnry contribution was
that It had nlwn)n been lmitosslblc to
ret any money mini the legislature
lor health Inspection, but ut present
the inoii(') wns nlwa)s ou baud when
1 he motion to Indefinitely postpone
van lost, and the bill was referred to
Iho Wa)ii nnd .Means Committee.
Coelho said he lind a retraction of
Hie charge tint the Health Commltteci
bad suppressed a letter from the Hoard
of Health. He wanted tho letter rend
by the clerk,
lllshop said the Senator was out ot
order. No olllcial notice had been given
tho Senate theicof. lllsliop did not
tare what the newspapers said. Ho
nnd ijccome callous.
The chair, which was at nrcsent oc
citpled by Kalamn, ruled that Hlshop'a
point wine well taken.
A recess was taken until 2 p. m.
NUUANU DAM IS SAFE
(Continued from Pig I)
a chintu to express their feelings on
There tire few bills )rt to bo con
sidered, so the members urn allowed
lo take as much time as they like to
(all. on matters or little consequence.
limine Hill 240, authorizing count)
treasurers to Issue licenses for limit
ing within their respective counties,
passed second reading.
8I3NATI3 HILL KAILS.
Senate Hill 9, relating to taxation,
educational and Judicial districts, railed
lo pass third reading.
TO IU3PAT LICKNSI3S.
House Hill 217, authorizing and ap
propriating for the repa)inent of lic
enses for Importing goods, wrongfully
collected arter tho Organic Act went
into cITeit, was unco more taken up
on final leading. Rawlins introduced
amendments striking out the items
which hu believed had no business in
the bill. The amendments were adopt
ed. This reduced tho totul ot the bill
iiliout $8000. The bill passed, 19 to 7.
The Miscellaneous Committee report
ed on House Petition 49, relative to the
lalm of l.ucwelko, who asked lor
J I. 100 Mr damages resulting to him
lor non-ruinimcut of au agreement re
lating to the couv ounce or land at tho
comer or King ami Ucrctanla streets.
The favorable report or tho committee
Semite Hill 103, making special ai-
pioprintttins for claims against the
Territory, wns put on thlid reading.
Knleiopu offeted an amendment to
tovet the recommendation or tho MIs
lellaucous Committee to pa) Lticwelko
Sheldon wanted particulars and made
a rather caustic criticism of the man
ner In which the umenelmiiit was of
fered. Knleiopu retorted shnrpl) that Shel
don was evident!) looking ror trouble,
I ml R he wanted n scinp ou the floor of
Iho House, he could have It
The amendment was udoptcd, togeth
er with another offered by Hughes, and
the amended bill then passed final
Tho l'lnance Committee leported
favorably on House Hill 233, to pro
vide a sinking fund for the redumption
or purchase of bonds issued by an)
roitnty ot tlio Territory.
fll'KNT TOO MUCH MONEY.
Tho sumo committee recommended
the tabling or d louse IHU 1G2, making
additional appropriation ror the com
pletion ot tho Kallulwnena school, Ho
nolulu. "The Legislature of 1903."
sa)s the icport, 'appropriated $25,000
dud those In rlinigo of the construc
tion ot this wink having seen nt to call
tor plans ntul specifications for a build
ing, the cost ot Willi li Is far In excess
or the approptiatlou, )our committee
docs not believe- that this House should
uphold such a polle)." Tho committee'
report was adopted.
lti:STOIH3R NOT EXEMPTED.
The nuance Committee also rccom-lucndc-d
tho tabling of llouso 1)111 170,
to exempt steamships of the Commer
cial Cnblo Company from taxation, lor
Iho reason that the steamer Is not as
tossed nt present, and tho Tax Assessoi
or tho First Division Informs us that
bo cannot assess her, as this Is not
Jier homo port. Also the Attorney Gen
ual states that tho bill is unconstitu
tional and against ccitnlu prohibitions
In tho Organic Act, which prohibit the
granting of special Immunities or priv
ileges through the exemption of piop-
trt) ot a particular individual,
Rawlins strenuously opposed the '
adoption of the leport. 'I lie opinion
oi mo tux assctbor is not conclusive
Ho thought, and ought not to bo eon
tillered. It Is n question ot law,
"Every lour." hu suld. "when tin
taxation peiiod appiouchcs, tho ship ol '
uio camo compan) wcifchs anchor unu
goes ti pto Urltish Columbia, to escape
luxation, unci this Tenltorv loseu
ubout $0000 every )ear, Just because
inuio is u little doubt as to the right .
to ta this steamship " '
Raw llus made a pointed attack on ,
the bill, which has hcioiuo a law, to I
exempt rallioads rrom taxation "Wu
know what rouels weio meant In that,
act," ho said "'Ihe) were the llama-1
kuii load ami Its extensions, and the
Kauai electric tallroad." I
Notwithstanding Rawlins' onnoal-
Hon, the le-pott of tho committee was
Wednesdn), April 21
Stmr. Mlknhalu, (Ircgi)ry. from Kuuul
ports, 7 30 a m
llr bk Helga, Pejlcou, from Hono
lulu, Apr 22
Am bk Kooliti) Sue'), Willed, fmiu
Honolulu, to load sugar, Apr 20
'Am sp. IMwnrel Sewall, Quick, for
Atlantic Coast, with sugar.
Selir I.cvl P Woodbut), Harris, ror
8. S .Scottish Monarch, Dower, rrom
V PA88ENQER8 S(
Per stmr. Mikahala, nrcgot). from
mum iiunn, ,ir. n, can a. m .Mrs.
tl C Hofgaard, IjiiI) Herron, O T.
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-...., .on i, .,,. ,,, me- I 111, .lllSt
M. Ilnrlflitirfl, V, U'n........ l- fi..ni I
-- "--..-, ...... ..viiiei, I viiini
and r1 deck passeugcrs.
II Bsaartlna m
t-er stmr. w. O. Hall, for Kauiil
ports, A:rll 23 Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Wlliox, .Mr. and Mrs. .1 II. Mnri-gne,
P. C. Crawford, Rev. 0. II (lullcl.. Rev.
K. S. Tlmoteo, C. II. (lr.iv. Miss Kilter,
J. M. Lldgute nnd child.
FOI) HU Jl BRIBE
The- arund Jury this morning re
turned nn Indictment ngninst En
Rene Devnticholle, charging him with
accepting n bribe.
This nctlon on tho part of tho
(irand Jury Is wlint wus anticipated.
Devaitrhcllu was arrested )esterda),
us was told In Inst night's issuo of the
Ilulletln, and held for Investigation,
as there was then no charge agalnt
him and ho wns preparing to leave
on tlio Woodbury ns mate. Tho nr
U8t wns for the purpose ot giving the
Grand Jur), which was to meet this
morning, time to return an Indict
ment. The Grand Jury has also taken up
tlio matter or I.au Yin. tho tre.isinor
of ti Chlneso hoclcty who was assault
ed last tvoek with brass knock lea. It
is expected that some Indictments
will bu returned In this case.
The Waaklv Edition nf h CuIm
Bulletin gives a comoltte summary cf
the newt of the day.
adopted, and the bill tnblcd.
i iiu ciimmuico ou ruuilo Expeiidl
tines lecommeiidcd tho tabling of
House IIIH 201. niiniimrliilliiir fir. mm
lo pu ror the translating of the ses
sion Ihwb of 1901 and 1907 fium Eng
lish Into Hawaiian. Tho report was
idopted. The enactment of this bill
Into a law would havo meant u nice,
lat Job lur t-omebod). Joseph Intro
duced the bill.
The Agricultural Committee repott
ed on PnH'H Itfinun lllll oiu ...ntl....
on elcetilc franchise foi Uihaluu. Thu
lommittee lecommeniled tho passugo
nt the bill with amendment. Tito re
port wns udonted.
QENERAIi ELECTRICAL HILL.
ino same committee also lepoitid on
Rawlins' geneial electric bill, llouso
Dill 193, which Is intended to provide
u general net. In nnlpr 1,1 mnha n,.n
desiring to to Into the electric light
nnd DOWer llllRlnnuu nmult.,,,. It. II, u
Territory without having to get tho
uiiiiuiiic uy special legislative enact
ment. Ttl nflKuiim nf !. I. Ill I.. ....
........ s ..v 'HUU..UU U. v,,u ,,tii ,n iu -
ommended with tonsldcrablo unienil-
nieni, one section, winch tho commit
tee felt would tend to prevent icimpo
tlon. belnir kunplfeil ,ni, -i I,.. pa,.. i
Tho IMlll ntldlinl r-nmmllln.. i-rt.ln,l
lavorublv on Renntn lllll Q) i.. ,r.ii,t.k
a memorial to commcniorato tlio sign
ing oi ene nisi constitution by Kume
humehiL lhn Thlnl Tn tlm imu,,i ..
attached a copy or a letter submitted
uy uururian L)ctccKer or tlm Public
Archives, giving n general hUtoi) cf
tho event nr thn uli-nltur ,.r ti. n,u.
A message from the Governor was
recited lllinfinnfltli- lilu vnln nt fTni.u,.
Hill J4, relating to lepers, requiring
that susiiects bo examined befciM th'i
SllCldOIl moved tllllt llrtlml r,n lh,i
veto bo defcried until SntutiU) It
was bu ordered.
Slicldou Intiodutcd a bill, Mint down
by tlio GoverW, which Is tlio siiuia
as tlir. ono vetoed, but with the de'fec'1
lemedlid. It passed first reading.
Sinutu lllll 113 was tabled ou mo-
nun 01 Kiiieiopu, as the subject mat
ter Is covered by another bill,
HOUSU Hill 2.10. tt f nililitHiuiiln Pjlhn.
E. and David K. Haker for dnmng-a
resulting from trespasses romml'.tetl
by government officers, etc-. imneit .,-.
NEW - TO-DAY
The stock-books of Ihu Pioneer
Mill Co, Ltd, will bo closed to
transfeis fioni Apill 2Cth to Mil) lbt,
V907, both dates Inclusive.
(Sgil W. Pl'OTENIIAUER,
TicMbiiiei, Ploneei Mill Co. Ltd.
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