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"p?r""'w' 'Wf -'Tr-Tr mf 1
evening nrt.i.nTiN, Honolulu, r n nttim april :o. 1007
think the only way to in
crease profits is to increase
gross sales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit tins year on
the same amount of busi
ness ns you did last year.
We can show you another
s)stcm that will increase
both your gross sales and
perccntago of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
Hawaiian Third Deuree.
Lei Aloha No. 3 Special.
AH xisltlng 'in rnbeni or tho
order nre conlliilh Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets cvoiy Monditv evening at
7:30 In I O O I' Hull l'uit stieet
E It. HENDRY. 8enetai.v.
C A SIMPSON. X C.
All visiting hrotheis vei) inidlnll.
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. or P.
Meet everv Tuesday evening nt
f:30 o'clock In K of I. Hall, cor
Port and lleretiml.i. Visiting lirolli
trs cordially Invited to attend.
A 8. WBDnCR. C. C.
P. WALDRON. K. U. S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. or F.
Mtots overy Filday evening nt
K. of P. Hall, cor. Tort and Uere
tanla, at 7:30 Members of Mystic
Lodge No. 2. Win McKlnloy Lodge
Xo. S, and visiting btothers cordial
It. GOSLING, C. C.
A. S KEXWAY. K. R 3.
HONOLULU LODGE G16, C. P. O. E.
Honolulu I-odgu No CI ft, II. 1 O
E.. will meet In their hull on Kin"
nenr Tort street every I'rlda evening
lly order of the 13 It.
lIAUItY II. S1.MP30N.
k. i:. uiciiakdsox, n
Wm. M'KINLEY LODCE No E. K of P.
Meets every Saturdi.v evening :it
7:30 o'clock In K. or P Hall, .oi
Fort and lleretanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to ntteml.
I.. H. WOLF, C. C.
i:. A. JACOUSOX, K. R. S,
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Moots on tho 2nd mid 4th WED
NI3SDAY evenings or each month nt
7:30 o'clock In K. nt P Hull. King ht
Visiting K.iglcs aio Invited to at
tend. I.. 13 TOOMEY, President.
II. T. MOORI3. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets overy flint and thlid Tluira
dajB of each month nt Knights or
I'jtlilim Hull. Visiting binthois cor
dlnlly Invited In attend.
13 V TODD. Satin
A. 13 Ml'HPIIY.
C. or It.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I,
Meets avcry socond nnd fourth Woii
icsday of each month at San An nmo
"lull. Visiting brothers cordially in
'Ited to attend
K W. WEED, Pres.
E V. TODD, Secy.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
MANDOLIN taught in 12 lessons to
jiliy uny sheet or music oi h ear
GUARAXTEED, 12 lesions roi $K,
SAM 001.1)13X0, Mundnllu I3xuit,
No. IS Hotel St.
Hlanh hooks of nil torts, ledgors,
etc., mnntifnrttiied hy the Ilullctln
4i - . u . ' ,. .I&jiJI, f
ft miiaAiik H-L'XZuMfjL
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bottled in bond under super
vision of the U. S. GOVERN
MENT. The purest whisky
obtainable. Insist that your
dealer supplies it or call "p
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LOCAL ANI) GENERAL
j Today's Bulletin contains the re
I suit of the thud count in the Pacific
Stntcs Tour Contest.
Tall) hos, liver), autos StktK Stbll
! . .-.... , it.,... t. ........ i. ..tiit- '
1 V . r.lllllMU, lllllt, tllll, IliriWII 1'itliu
' I n ir. Koi I Stieet
Host ctii of cortce In tho city. New
Hmtlatid Uakery. '
'I In Hoard or Sttpcivlsnts will meet
1 1 7 .11) i lilt, evening.
Tin stock culled ut Nltk IVlci son -
nnd left it little daughter. (
An etrn band comerl tonight nl
Aula Park, (lood music, good singing
All kinds or white goods mid wash
litem goods .vim will mid ill moms
A parti) tarnished house on Kiihikii
iin nvi'ime Is offeicd for rent. Hen I'm
Oahu Lodiie. Xo. 1, K. of P., will
met tonight nt 7:30 o'clock lu K. of
I' Hull. Kins UrteL
(', V Hudb'k and .1. Milldooii Iuimi
,u , intent loit pajiurs The) desire tit
i nine Ameiicun citizens.
Itegiilu niietlng of Honolulu Uidgo
ol Elks In their new hall on King
The High School nine plas n prac
il giiiim Willi St. Uiillu tiiluoriovv, nt
C I II ly will be leader or Ihe lllhle
ilns at the Y. M. O. A ut 1:30 Sttmlav
I'uie mid ilolli Idiih liiime-iiiaile enn
i'Iim nt the Yimiig Catc fluu thoiolute
Tnke mir currl'igo or automobile to
Hawaiian Carriage Mimfg. Co, for np--to-iliito
Phi mlleh lows upjd to the Dow sell
ionip.in, ollleo ol the lluwallju 1 ntst
t'limpmiv. Ltd, Ton stieel
Mlsilon Chllillen's Solely iintiual
meeting on Satt'ldit.v iviulug, at Cov-
irnor t'ariei s icsiilciiiu. .Iitdd neet
Slillliner lilies loliiliienie Mil) 1 ill
Ihe Itoviil ll.iwnlliili Hotel tor six
iiiolitliH. ruble Ici.inl. S'u pel mouth
looms. $20 tin
1ihmM the small luilb lot slicet mid
diess wimi at Mine .liiephine's Mll
liui M Parlors, Hotel stieet, opuislte
Hie Young hotel
llien will he no band lomeil nl
n ht Pail, luniiiiiiiw. The baud will
iilii ml on Hie Odd IVllows' plculi nl j
tile KcaMile I Intel.
The gienlesl loot coinfoi Iuih kniiun
tin Tun Oitroiil Ties for men.
iMli III" .Mmillliu Hirers Shoe Co
I. id relllng for $( ',ii
Ice Inn on IliliiluUliI will he given
this i tilling h Augustus KiiiiiIm'II iii
lie Alexmidei N tiling pavilion All m.
v. eli nine. The kents me ttie
lu:tv blot k or Hue Siotib gr.iuiti.
iluul HillHlied, has he ii enMed In
I In ineinorv nl William C Wilder In
the fninllv mm ,u O.ihn omelerv.
It Is leported that u l.ilge whale.
iiiMiii-il hv slintkn. sought leruge lit
Hie InKixm nl lleelu. Tho sharks rol
lowed and Kiietveded In killing the
The inoiniiig Assoilatul Piess dls
p.lli h kivs that llainev .lot, who
pllelud fur the San rr.imWio's jester
d.i . p.ixbcd seven nil balls mid slllltk
i ul tluee
The Young Piiiplo'B Suilet) of Chris
l.i t l3l)de.iMir oT Centiul L'lilnli elttin h
will hold a soi ml In the let lure louni
. I'n (huiili this evening. All ill
Miull muled Improvements nil the
I'.ipllol ground' In the wa.v or new
urlilllK. Is gulllg nil. .Most uf the out-
iiillldlngs have been lemovid to the
iin'ivatlon iicioH llolel stieet
"Arabic" npullcd to Iron roofs, re
dmou temi'craturo ns much us . de
greo This has Ik on ascertained liy
iictual test. California l'ecd Co ,
Two tnivs vvoie btiuik by V. X. Pat
ten's automobile last night near Ihe
coiner uf Hotel 'Hid htipinljlll stieets
Cue of the lads was so h.tdl) hull that
he was leinovcd to the (Juceu's hox
Pliul Two tendirs weie letclvcd at Hie
Publle Wi'lUs Dcpm Intent foi biillillug
i MhiK'lIiniise at Knpaii, K.iiiiiI. niiiiie
lv l3vejiKeu, Jll.l.i J uml I2U d.l.vs, II
In I lies, $l'.,M)0. mid the hiimu time to
unplcle the Job.
Ihe new building for the Kllnliaiia
il League will be iead for oeiiipaiie)
l.v tdliesil.i or neM week. The
Uague has a proHiltlou on fool lot a
had) show to be held In the near fu
luie The featiim will he well vvoilh
Chilli mail Todd of the Hawaii llomil
if Supei visors, Is loinliig In Honolulu
i ii the Klimu for the niiiio.se ol inking
the paxMgn of the hill leiinll lulio
Hit t it rnr a loan If siUKsaful the
iimiuv will he tihed In biiilillug a hill
i old nil the big Island.
IjiiiiI Couiliilsslnner Pialt lepnils
i .ill lv hiisv times In the laud business
He leielvid. b the lust mall, liriien
linmeMcid leases ami one spei lal ugiee
iiuiiit for iiiiuls on Hawaii II Is nil
nod raiinliig land A dozen "pitivu
i p weie nUo I en Ived.
The art palming ilipailmcnl or the
Kll'ihaii.t Alt U'ltgtie will ijjcu liett
Mimd.iv In the Alt League moms, mi
ni i ur .Mllh r uml lien inula siieits Ap
plliiitloiis rnr iidiiilsslun ns bludeiiis
will be letelved b Mis McNeill, Mrs.
Hauls and Mis Oiah.im, toiuiirioiv,
'-iiltllil.lv, beiween lu ami 1 1 o'l lot l(. lit
'the ulsive iiKiitlniud address.
used with Sozodont Liquid makes an
Ideal dentifrice, surpassing anything
of the kind ever offered to the public.
Ask your dentist.
1 WW V I
M KWil ftiFU LMU
Becnuse Making nnd Fitting
Spectacles and Eyeglasses
is our exclusive business. Because a
iogn course of study has been follow
ed by years of practical experience.
Because our factory is equipped for
grinding special lenses, as well as
the usual routine of spectacle-making
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT ST
Over May & Co.
A. N, SAHD,
R0ST0N BUILDINO, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
THE GENTLE BUT FIRM AND
UNMISTAKABLE PERSUASION OF
That is the kind of argument I put into the
HIGH f-ja C CLASS
Hawaiian Souvenir and other jewelry made by me
and it tells n story interesting to everyone who values
Additional Cable News on Pago 1
UNCOVERED IN 'FRISCO
S.m I'riini Im-o, A (H II 2' An alleged
pint hits hi en illsilusid lo initidii Mai -Cailhv,
presbleiit of 1 1 .- llulidlug
Tl ailes,, hv meiulii'is nl the I'.lcltlluil
I'lilon Seveinl musts have been
Hindi MaiCniili) lia.i liei n. lighting
the eliililelmis ami reieutll lauu'd
them ii withdraw fiom Ivoik on the
I'ali mount Hotel, rheie vvnii. mi ul
leged plot to dmij MmCnrthv to the
Inaili. ibloioform him mid throw hint!
Illlo the uii'iiii The eh i lib lain.
I'l.lllil thai tin jilut oilgiliiited wlllll
Mm Cailhv liliuiell.
' - m im m I
MISSIONARY ADVENT '
Hhaiigl.,,1, prll S3 -'I he ieiiten.ii)
il Ihe Innilliu of Morrhon. the gieat
iuls,liinar. was lelcnuteil lieiu vi iet
tiiv Time ' eio 10.000 penph piesint
1 .' Vli-riov assuieil lite audi me ol
nbi riieudiltiiKs for Chilstkiiis
NAVAL REVIEW OPENS '
.lamesliiv it Aiuil J.' I i EmmisI-,
Hon will In o.'Hiied ti in vv with n
levlew ol tin loiclgl 1 ei .
IRISH LEADERS DISSATISFIED
Umiloii, Apt II 25 -The Irish hill,
w tilth will be Introduced on .Ma) 7,
piopiises a ii.n loiint (oiiiiell In ilomi'stle
affairs eiluslve of mllltm mutters.
I. Iilii' legislative power Is gianted lted
iiiiiiid. Ihe dish le.ttler, la dlsA.illslled
i m I
(Continued from Page 1)
hill was tlcfuiul until .Mouihiv, 'Ihe
.no of Home Illll 3!, jnovldlng for
.heiiMH lor hunting with II ie nuns,
v ns Hiihtuliifd Anion on the veto in
Uoiim' 1 li 1 J I, the I (.per hill, was di
nned until .Monday.
Semite Hill 12. iilMimptUlIng SI32.0U0
lor the inuipli Unit of Xiliuinii dam, Ibis
hdng I liu mil) Hem teiiialiiliig ol ihe
oileliial SiHiil, new loan bill, tame uji for
KliudM'ii moved to uilienil the hill hi
us In pievinl the use of the balance or
the loan fund for thin jiiiiiioh'.
' What' ' eM'iliiKil Coelho "I'mj
Ihe halaute (oi Oahu iilime! Xot
1IOI.I.OWAY TO EXPLAIN.
Smith fabl Una thuio vveio lev em I
olltei Importuiil Hems In the bills, es
piehtllv lui harbor impiovemeuu,
vvlihh tdiould nut have In en oil nut
C lilllliigwoith mnved to defer lousld
ir.ulni. iinlll 2 ji. in. DnwM'tt said In
this iiihi' Ii should he taken up lu uiui
mlltie or the whole, mid have the Hup
iiliiiendeni t .' Public Win lm explain
In Hems i was po n eeouoni) for
the 'leiiltni') not to iniupletu Its bin
bur Impioveinents This muled.
SCHOOL PlioriT DILI
Semite Dili IR. giving Ihe piolltH.
from the Indiistilal ilejiaitments or Hid
Wahilee uml Uilialiialiiun hihools li.tcl:
lu these ki hnols thiniigh the Stliiilli
teiulent nr public Institution, camu uji
lot thlid leading
K iiiulb. ti -t;ili nils was mi unbusi
nesslike plan All revenue should bo
ixpendeil llii'iiiigh tliii Audit nr and not
tliiough any om sthonl man.
SMI I'll OPPOSES IT.
Smith said that he fell liliuseir torn
pslled lo oppose the hill. The ptollls
lioia e.iiie cultivation In thesu schools
weiu quite Luge, lie did not npprowi
of luklng tho matter out of the haiul-i
a win fiiiiwWfcniMn i ywwwwri ijrmj m
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The Story of the Outlaw
The Veiled Lady
I". Iloiklnon Smith
The Port of Missing Men
The Scctct of Ton!
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Dimbie and I
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13 Phillips Oppcnhclm
The Court of The Maharaja
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1064 Fort St.
CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
one sleek and fat with plenty
of action, the other slothful
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of the llo.ud. He did not think tho
Hoard had at'leil right lu appointing
teitiheis against tho icjioit of tho ex
ecutive ollhels of the depititmcut. Still
lln.l wus a nutter of dot nil. hut tho
matter or the profits In question yuu
assuming large pintiuitlouu tliiough
eMeiiblve lane planting, and should l,u
lu the hands of the llo.ud.
Dovvsett said that these piufltH should
he mined lulu the Tuasiuy 111 Into as
n government leulUatlun. Ho su
Hii)ie!(leu moved lo lnilcfiiillcl) post
pone the bill. Tills would bo better
I linn the amendment piopoxcil b) Dow-
nil Kniidscji moved to table the bill.
TOLL UII.L PASSES.
Clilllliigwoith moved to take Ilouso
Illll is:i uji fiom thu table. It pin
hlblted shooting iusldo or a limit of
three miles fiom thu pojlntrtcc. This
Ilouso Illll ID, piuvlillng (or a freight
loll of r. i cuts pci ton or per 500 feet
of lumber ur 3oo gallons ol crude oil,
parted thlid leading.
Ilouso Illll 1U.1, piovlillug for tho Is
Mii.tme of pcimilM to licit lepeiH
jiasscd h.v a into of S nes and 5 noes
MOXHOOSE HILL KILLED.
Ilouso Illll 111", to entourage tho ex
iL'inilii.illoii of lrtonaooe, uiiiifl up foi
thlid i eliding. Makekau moved to
lulso tho lioiiuly fiom 10 to 25 tents
('hllllugwoiih opposed this. Thu
Jiiiendmeiil was lost, Brown mnved
to table thu bill, us mi appiopilatloii
hud In en ptovldul to jia) thu hniiiit)
The hill was lott by n oto of i; tt)c
uml s noes.
Home Illll 223, limiting the tlmo in
vvlileh ikmiiirii suits can be luought
jiasscd thlid leadlii::
House Illll 22'J, relating to bonU
limn public oIllteiH; and House illll
230, I elating to (oitltltates or aeltuovvl
idgments, passed thlid leading.
House illll 217, til Jill) eluinni fill
Ihenses wioiigrnlly j,ald, was icfeiicd
lo the W.i)s mid .Means Committee.
Home illll 210, lehtllvu to penults for
nimtlng with Hi o mills, jussed second
Semite Coiiiiirrcut Resoltitlon S, nsk
lug Congiess lu piovlde against thu
i siuiou aiiu iiuioLj i
..juuw 7 .m V.tA t-iAretfllXdAi t. il.irnJiVti ii i iidrftill'
'overlapping of tetrllorlnl ami nullity
I offices, came ujl tor second reading.
Smith said the U'glslaliiie had tho
power to make the necessary amend
ments nlrctid The regulation or tho
overlapping olllies was being ilono
gindimll.v. It would not be n,dvbnbli)
to ask for a revision of the Organic
Alt, exiept lf.lt should be absolutely
McCarthy palil that tho passage ot
the County Act had iiiado several tcr
t Hoi lal nllklals unnecessary, ami a
change of the Organic Act was nece
tai') to abollrh their olflces
Smith still ojijKised Ihe resolution
He moved to (able It. This was lost
The resolution wns adopted
Senac Hill 117, providing that SO
per cent of license fees of district rcmrl
lines mid costs, nnd of poll, school.
Jiiojierty and Income tnxe.9, must bo
juiltl to the comities lu which they ar
collided, pnssed second rending.
.MAIM IX1AX AUTHORIZED.
I la.v soldi n moved to take Senate Illll
111, authorizing tho Mnnl bond issue,
tioin the table and pass third reading,
The residents of .Maul were nnnnlinouii
In their wish that the bill jiass, as thu
money wns math needed for public
Impiovemtiils This carried by a voto
of 12 lives and 1 Ho,
llnyseldcn asked the Education Com
mittee to return Semite Illll 109, abol
ishing the office of Commissioner' ol
Public Instruction. He then moved
(hat II be tallied. Carried.
A recess was taken until 2 p. m.
HONOLULU TO GET
(Continued from Page 11
committee ie commended that tho
bill be tublcd for the'rensoti that all
the available money from current re
ceipts has already been appropriated.
The lepott was adopted.
(lOVERXOR'S LEPER HILL
House Illll 211, the (iovcrnor's
tuhstltute leper bill for the one ho
vetoed, was taken up on thlid leadluii
mid on motion of Sheldon, who Intro
duced It, passed IN to C.
TO HELP THE ROYS.
House Illll 242. providing for tin
disposition of net profits accruing from
agricultural mid Industrial pnisults at
the Iihaliiulima Seminary and the
Walalee lki.vs' industrial School, was
taken up cm thlid rending.
Rice said he thought tile bill cornea
in nt the wrong time. The Educational
rioiMituicnt comes In nnd gets all It
usks for lu the way of iippioprhitloju
and then wauls the piollts In addition.
"It is not right, he said. "One man
has nil the spending of this money mid
nobody knows what comes In and what
goes out. It Is Just u way to get mine
mime) for the Public Instruction t)e
linrtmeiil it Is one of the most unruli
bills put In b) the department. 1
move the bill be tabled "
Pall thought that In spite id the
ti tit li of what Rite said. It would bo
well to let tho two schools have tho
iniiliev, Just to see linvv close tho
schools could come to maintaining
Wnlwiilolo mndo oiio or his Infre
quent speeches. He fnvnieil the pass
age or the bill.
Hughes offered mi amendment, to
turn over the receipts of the schools to
their icsjiectlve Inmates after the ex
pirations of their terms or set vice at
a ration of 10 to 73 per tent nccoiding
In their behavior.
Kalelojm ohjectul that this amend
ment put those lu the Lnhnlnalim.i
seminary lu the same class as, tho In
mates or the Walalee school, who have
violated tho laws. Ho moved thu
iimeudmeiit be tabled.
Hughes admitted that Kalelopu's rc
marks vvero to the point b-it they did
not appeal to him, His reason lor In
iiodiieliig the amendment was that the
oob leaving the 'Walulco school have
neither ft lends nor money, and If they
had u little money coming to them,
they would have something with which
lo face tho world.
Another reason, he said, was that
the hoys me sent to Walalee to le
dum, nnd ir they had Mime Incentive
in work, the) would behave better.
Ilu thought the same reasoning
would upply tu thu hova or the Iji-
h.tlnaluna Seminar). Ho could scu no
ic.ison why the amendment should not
liiiludo both schools. Ilu thought tho
ameuunieiit a good one. ns t would
help the Imjs nt the lime In their
lives when they most need help.
Sheldon moved thu bill bu recommit
ted to the Education Committee. Ku
lelopu vvlthdievv his motion to table
mid the bill was it'tomiulttcd.
II. 11. 213, enuuimlng tho S15U.0Q0
bum! lusuu of thu County ot Hawaii,
passed second leading.
II. li. 211, alluvvlug n homesteader
hi live on it lot adjacent to his home
stead lot, jiassed second reading.
At U: 10 the House went lain Cum
mlttco of the Whole to rebimie consid
eration ot H. U. 21B, ipmijiiopilatlng
moiiu) f I om tho Loan riind. Sllva
again took the chair.
The bill was taken up whero It was
uiiiiied c.iteiday, at the haul fuuglit
item or SU.SUO for ediieiitlniiMl I. nil, I.
Iiigsuu Kumil. The matter had uvldenl-
i) neeii settle nut of court over night
ami the Item went thrniteh i imn!i.,i
by Sheldon, allowing tho iiionev to bo
dlveited for landings uml vvlmives.
Thu last Item. J12,r,00 for Wulmeu
water vvoiks, passed,
The defence! Item of 175,000 ror
Xiiuanu duni was then takiu up. Rice
j moved ll pass, su)iiig n gieat deul i-f
iiieney had ahead) been sjient on the
1 ilnm and ll ought to be completed. H
would tost $I.I.',UOO lo Mulsh the dam.
Kuleloim mnved to spend the 75,00u
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit?
We have a reraaikably fine assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to se
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King St
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 981.
li Ida). April 2C.
O. S. 8 Alameda, Dow dell, from 8nn
Krmiclsco, 9.45 a. in,
Tliurnlay, April 23.
Htmr Mlkahala, Giegory, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. in.
Friday, 'April 2fi.
Slmr, Manna Loa. Slmcrson. for Ha
waii ami Maul purls, at noon.
Stmr, Clniidlne. Parker, for Hawaii
ami .Maul ports, 5 p. in.
Ilr. sp. Loch Garve, Rouse, for Hoal
1 loads, Vancouver, In ballast.
Dr. S. S, HcllopolK with 2200 Span
ish Immigrants from Mulaga,
Stmr. Klnmi, Freeman, from Illlo
nnd way jmrts, 9:30 a, in.
if Arrived M
Per S. S. Alameda, from Snn Fran
cisco, April 20, 9:43 a, in. S. P. Hart
ley, 'I rue Iloardmnn, C. A, llrims. (1. 13.
Hums Miss M. Chamberlain. Miss U.
Clark. A. M. Culver, W. Uiihl, Llo)d
Edwards, Mrs. Edwards, Miss Ida
Fisher, A. II. Ford, .1. Fotherglll, Mrs.
Fotherglll, C. Ferguson, Mrs. W. tlrls
'vohl, L. J. Hardy, Geo. Hernandez,
Mrs. Hernandez, Cnpt. lllbhard. Mrs.
Hlbbard, Miss K. Hoduett, Miss M.
Hodiiclt, Miss N Hoduett, l 11. Hoi
brook, Mrs. llolbrook, W. II. Lowen
t Iml. A. J. McAllister, W. MtCriickcn,
V U S. McCracken, Wm. .Marlon,
Com. C. II. T. Mooie, U. S. N Mrs.
Moore, J. .1. O'Conuur, Mrs Osborne
nnd two children, J. Roberts, J. S.
Spltzer, Y. Tukakiivva, Miss Ada Van
Kirk, J A. Walls, Mrs. Walls, Master
Walls, Ott Wlx, Frank Wynne, .Mr
Lavlgne. Mrs. Ilnlsey, Mr. Medeair, II.
it n-rfc tf-tXKWXDiJax'W '!!);
M PASSENGERS K
K Departing , H
H W S ' r JC W x jr. x C K 1C It 5? 3 X
Per Stmr Manna Uta, rnr Hawaii and
Maul jioits. April 2C Kulher Charles,
Miss Maud Wight, Mrs. J. II Trash.
Mis. S. Smith and child. Mrs. Kulwal
and child, Mrs. Annie- Kckuuvvn, J. A.
Mngtilie, Sam Woods, C. Walters. 13.
Kuiso ami wire. W. W. Harris, C. W.
Ashrord, Mrs. W. I Stanley unci till!
Per stmt. Mlkahala, for Kauai, April
5. E. II. Weed, .Mrs. Hans Isetiberg.
Mrs. W. II. RIee, Jr., K. Maklno uml
wife. Miss Annlu Katioha, 13. L. Had
ley, E. C. Smith.
X PASSENQERS X
K Qooked It
Per stmr. Claudliie, rnr Hawaii and
Mnnl tMtrttf Attrll '!! T- 11 ll.i.lr
C. J. Austin, Ira Well's, Miss U Ilalela,
.Mrs, j, iwana.
it it .
for building n High School for Hono
lulu, and get mu money tor the dam
elbuvvhero. "This Is our money, nn
vvay," he said. "We have glvou Katinl
what sho asked ror ror her wharves
and landings. She ought to give us
what we want."
Rico stated Hint there was only S59,
U17.9G left iiiiaiijuojirlated from thu
Hughes said that would ho enough
both to finish the Kullhl school ami to
build a palatini high school. Ilu
moved to njijnojirlato $35,000 for a
High School and S3.000 foi thu Knlllit
Kalcloptt moved to Insert an Item of
I.VU17.9G fur Oahu high school and
another or $3,500 ror the completion ot
tho Knlihiwiicna school. Thesu
amendments can led.
Tho total was' mutinied to rend $135,
117.90, to correspond with thu changes
made lu the bill.
The committee of thu wholo then
lose and reported jirogreBS ami nsked
further time In which to file a wititeu
u-iinit lecoiiiniendlng tho jiassage ol
tho bill as amended.
II. U. 121, making sjiecl.il appioprl
btlons anioiining to $200,000 for tho
itso ot thu Government during the next
two )curs out or tho Loan Fund, was
taken up cm Muni leading. This Is tho
bill which originally can led $900,000
apjiiojirlatlons, hut wiib cut to $200,
000 at the lecent night session, thu
House taking out ever) thing In thu
bill but the title nut! substituting sev
eral Items for school buildings.
Rice moved to Insert un Item or $13.',-
000 lor the completion or thu Nuumiit
dam. it was lost.
PAUOA WATER AOAIN.
Then Knleo got in with his Puuoa
water. Ho moved to lnscit an Item ot
$110,000 lor the purchase or the Puiiua
water lights and all things jicrtaliilng
Iheieto. Kaleu can always talk Paima
water whenever chance offers or thcio
Is u lull In hostilities. This amend
ment, ho said, meiely tan led out thu
pinvlslons ot thu resolution ahead)
adopted by the Hotibe. He then went
Into u history of thu Pinion ulTalr. Kn
leo wanted tho uses and noes called
on thu amendment, hut was sat upon
upon by Knlelopti who said he was out
ot older. Tho Speaker agreed.
ONE ELEPHANT ENOUGH.
Sheldon said he was much In ravnr
01 P.iuoa water, and thought It should
havo been Jim chased Instead ot tin)
elephant mi In Nuuanti valley, hut omc
elephant nt a time was eiitmuh, nnd
since tho Nuuanti dam had been tjjiiu
Into, he thought the) hud bettir atlel:
Coney wanted tin matter derertcJ.
As long as tho Government iian sjient
bo much money on tho dam ijj thought
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