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EVEN1N0 BUI-LHTIN, HONOLULU, T II., SATUIIDAV, APIUI. 27, 1S07.
A GUN METAL CALF BLUCHER
OXFORD, GOODYEAR WELT
SOLE, MILITARY HEEL.
Full of Snap and Style, and Just the
Last to Flense Critical
Mclnerny Shoe Store
That Sunday Dinner
EHRMANN'S TURE CALIFORNIA OLIVE OIL
OLD MISSION (RIPE) OLIVES; ROAST CHICKEN (in Jelly) and
PIGEON (Stuffed): FRENCH CAMBERT CHEESE;
GLASSES BAR-LE-DUC; FRENCH SWEET BREADS;
PIMEHTOES MARRONES; SLICED GOOSEBERRIES and CHER
RIES; PRESERVED CRAB APPLE: NABISCO. FESTINO
and CHAMPAGNE WAFERS; ROQUEFORT SWISS, PINEAP
PLE and EDAM CHEESE; SMOKED SALMON and EAST
ERN OYSTERS IN SHELL.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
The Rood Specialists
S I09 IClnK St. Telephone Mnln 340
I 3U8 J
MARBLE AND GRANITE
just received. Many new designs to
be seen at
J. G. Axtell & Co.,
1048 AND 60 ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. P. 0. Box C42.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Order Vour Meat
For Dinner Tomorrow
Metropolitan Meat Co.
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA MINT,
PEACH MELLOW and GINGER ALE
the purest goods manufactured in
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Tvlcxhonc Main 7h
O. S. LEITHEAD '. MANAGER
J . !Tr y Vz& !& 4-rj ? V.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, April 27, 1907
NEXT TO YOUNG Dl.OG., 176-190 KING STREET.
Wharf Finishings May
Wait Until Next
Both Day Afternoon Session
The Seriate took up the Loan lllll
yesterday nftcrnoon In Committee of
Hie 'Vhole. Superintendent of In
llc Works llolloway wan cnllcd. He
tnld thnt Schuyler' report wns of
great alue. Ho figured the reservoir
would Ijo worth $ 1,000, 000 to the
Territory. In view of the great rev-c-nuo
derived from the Honolulu wa
terworks, he thought the money nee
ded to complete the dam Bhojilil ho
HOI.I.OWAY EXPLAINS ITBM
Hollowny then went on to explain
the HcniM of the hill which had hecti
rut out hy the Semite. Ho wild that
the Items of JUT,, 000 for Improve
liientH to Nuiiatitt .icservolr No. 1,
$3fi,000 for a new icvcrvolr at Kn
ltiiukl. $r,.(IOO tor exteimloiiH lo cast
Iron mains, $t0,000 for a illxtrlhut
Ins K.VKtrm for upper Kallhl, were
nil deslrahlo hut not liecensary.
The Item of $8000 for the Installa
tion of fuel oil for the Knllhl and
Kalmukl pumps would mean a saving
of .".0 per cent, for the Territory on
Its fuel. Tho $ir,()0 for the Wnlmeti
water works, he snld, would henetlt
l.omesteaderH, who should he served.
unspoNsim.K roit iiii.i,
Hewitt und Coelho made n few fa
retious rcmnrkH icgnrdtng the seem
ing partiality for Honolulu In tho
"I will say," answered Holloway,
"that I am partially icsponslhlo for
this hill. It contains recommenda
tions which, according lo my linnexl
convictions, will heat servo tho needs
of the Territory, without regard to
which Islands they come on."
MONKT l-'Olt WIIAHVKS
With regard to the $15,000 Itepi
for tho Alakca whnrf shed, he said
that this ho consldcied the most Ini
porl'int ouo In tho hill after the.
N'umnu dam. Tho Items of $ I ",,000
for a retaining wall around Wharf
No. It nnd of tfiO.OOO for dredging
tho remainder of the Kllanea slip, ns
well ns the other Honolulu wharf
Items, could wait until tho next ses
sion. In this connection ho spoke of
the probability of tho Federal Cov
eminent turning ocr tho Naval
wharves to the Territory whon Pearl
Harbor wns developed.
Tho Senate dropped the Item of
$27ti,Ii00 for a new Administration
r.nd Judiciary building like a hot
brick, tho jr.0,000 for repairs for the
present hulldlngs In tho current ap
propriation hill being considered suf
ficient for tho purpose.
UNOIWH KOIt DAM
"Don you think thnt tho $132,000
for the dam will be ufllclciit to com
plete the whole thing?" asked Smith.
"Ami carry out Mr. Schuyler's
"Yes; this Is based on It."
"Would It lie posslblr to build tho
dam for inn, nop if tho old contract
wan cancelled and new bids wcro
called?" asked Chllllngworth.
"I could not say: our estimates are
sometimes exceeded, I consider that
now nil tho bard work has been
"If the prchcnt filling of the dam
had been sluiced It would have been
cheaper than the method used, would
It not?" asked Dowsctt.
"Well, you could not very well
Mulco near tho road nnd sluicing
lould not bo employed In tho toe.
Some pcoplo seeui to think thnt the
Territory Is paying for tho replacing
of tho part of tho core-wall which
was dustrojed. This Is not so. Tho
contractor is paying for that."
lllshop moved tn put hack tho Hem
rf $ in, 000 for tho shed on tho Ala
Knudscn wauled to know If tho
Territory wanted to go Into debt any
ii.oro. Tho Territory already linil a
SMITH WANTS WHARVES
Smith said tho expense wns Justi
fied. Tho wharves would bring n
good return. Dowsutt anld money
should ho borrowed lo complete tho
name of stock
Z flfrorr ft CoMMMMH,
Hurt rinnlfttinti Co ...
Ilawall.'iii Acric Cn
llnw Com V Suj? Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
1 lonnmil Sugar Cn
llotmtcAA Suffnr Cb
Haiku SucAr Co .....
Kalniku PUntatloti Cn
Klpatmlu Sugar co .
Knloa Sugar Co ...
Mcltr)-,lcbURar Co .
Oalm Sugar Co.. ..
rihnmra stivjtr Co
Oolcota Sugar llant Cn
uiaa sugar to i.iu
1'Aaliau Sugar riant Cn
t'Ala I'lamntlofl Co
IVr-cvkco HujMr Co . ,
dourer Mill Co
Waialun Auric Co
W-iluku Sugar Co .
Walm.i Suar Mill C,
hilrr.Wlali'l strain NCo
Hon HTM. Co rrct
I lou KT I. Co Com
Mutual Telri'hone Co
Paul Un ..
Amcm . ...,
iiAlii, u x, 1 r
I llllu R K Co ,
I Hon 11 A St Co ..
ham irr 4 , c. .. .
Ila Tcr ii ic. .
Haw Tcr 4H pc. ..
Haw Tcr I ,c. ..
Haw ttnt't t l, r
Cat Ilrrt Sug ft Krl Cn
n pr .
lUIku Sugir Co 6 pc
1 1 uw Com ti ug Co J
Haw tlgar Cool, r...
IIII.1 K KCii Con o l,r
II. .11 K T 1. Cn6, r
kahliktl I'liiil CnA pc
Oahu Rft I. Co Ape'
Dttiu Sugar Co 6p c
t)lu Sugar fi 6 p c...
I'ata Pl.oilalit,ii Co . .
I'louccr Mill Co f, pc
Valalu4 Agrlc Co t pc
M-lr'lcS Co'try, .
PatJ O IS
1 ton opn
4 1 I
LOCAL AND IENERAL
6 t t
Sales Ilctwcen Hoards: I., I.-I. 8.
N. Co.. $1.10. Seclou: 2.", Klhel. $S.23,
55 Klhel. $S.23; 20 O It. ft U Co,
Latest sugar quotation, 3.73 cents
cr $74.60 per ton.
LONDON BEETS, - 9s 5 1-4(1
SUGAR,. -- 3.73
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co..
Stock and Bond Deoaitment
Members Honolulu Stock and Dond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON Manager,
FORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
Knudson s.ihl It was nil right to
borrow money to complete tho dum,
but not for other purposes.
Dowsctt said that tho wharves
ehould also bo completed oven If mon
ey had to ho borrowed for them.
Coelho tnld Maul believed in sup
porting anything which brought In
icveinie, ami would support tho ma
jority report on the dam iib well ni
tho wharf Improvements In Honolulu
nnd lHlo. '
The Item was Inserted.
MONKY I'Olt 1111.0
lllshop moved to put hack tho Item
of $in,000 for the Htlo whnrf sys
tem. Dowsett moved to make It
$20,000. Ho thought tho estlmnto
was loo low. It passed at that
Dowsett asked what Maul wanted.
Knlanin and Coelho nobly answered
that they did not want to put tho
totintry Info debt. Maul had always
had it In tho neck: now tho other
Islands would have appropriations
nnd they would get It tn tho neck.
Smith moved to Insert tho items of
f l.'.OOO for n retaining wall for tho
Kllutiea wharf nnd of $fifi,000 for
dredging the remainder of tho Ki-
CAU.S A HALT
lllshop called a halt. These things'
"Would 'It not he n good Invest
ment for tho Cnvcrnment tn buy tho
lullrouil wharves?" asUeil Ilaysolden.
"There wus a clituso which permit
ted tho Government tn b'jy them nt n
certain rate of interest," snlil Mc
"Well, you'd find a loophole in It
If Thurston had anything tn do with
It," said Hewitt.
Dowsctt said tho Territory should
tint go beyond $200,000 tn Its loan.
Smith said tho wharves woro nee-
(ssary tn ticcomuiodatn tho steamers
a tonic is Rcncrnlly needed. Nothing we could select is as bene
ficial as n finely-prepared combination of the choicest imported
hops and barley malt, namely: the
jitit put out by the Honolulu Brewery.
THIS BEER IS SOLD ALSO IN BOTTLES.
1'anama hats cleaned nt tho (ilnbe '
Low prices at tho New England LlaV-
George Wright returned from San
Mc.Mlchael, the missing man, hart i
1'iieen located at l'enrl Hnrbor.
, l loral rarnue, ramillsc ot llic l'a
, el lie. 1G cts., at all newsstands.
There will he a sjmphouy concert nt
the i:iks hall tonight nt 8 o'cloct
J'.ibt In Hue nssortment National
tllscult Co.'s crackers. Day & Co
Dig bargains In ladles' belts at Whit
ney & Marsh s on Wednesday next.
TnKo jour carriage or atitomo'bllu to
Hawnllan Carriage Manfg. Co., for up-to-dato
Iluslnexs detained W. 0 Irwin In
San l'ranclsco. tic was e.xpicled on
the Alameda. '
Hun your eye oer Killers' ad. It
contains some good things for shoppers
The special meeting of Lclaloha
Chapter No. 3. O. K. S called for to
.light Is postiwued.
(lo to .Miss Power for fine millinery.
Rvuilhlng of tho latest. Millinery
parlors, Uostou building, I'ort street.
An Illustrated lecture is on for to
night tit tho Y. M. C. A. hall for the
members and friends of that Institu
tion. William McKlnley Uidge K. of I'.
meets tills cNcnlng In Its now hall, cor
ner of Ueretanlu incline and Fort
Yesterday the Ahmedu brought Ivy
& Co. all kinds of ftesh fruit and veg
etable. Sco their advertisement lu
Summer rates commence May 1 nt
the Itojnl Hawaiian Hotel for six
months. Table board, $50 per month;
rooms, $20 up,
Head Sachs' ad In today's Issue. It
Is a good guide for next neck's shop
ping. News of Interest and Items that
will save you money.
Ccrrlt 1'. Wlldcr's new Iwok on the
trulls of Hawaii has appeared and Is
,i ery creditable work. Two more vol
umes will soon follow.
On display at Ilium's is a choke as
sortment of wash drcts goods, Includ
ing Pompndoic Chiffon, Jacipiatd silk
ind all kinds of organdies.
The Od 1 I'VHtiWH basket nlcnln taken 1
lilare todnv nt 111.. Kounlili, llntnt Tin. i iWrVirVWtSnVJj
, r 1 ... ..... ..UI... .... ,
tpurts will start at 2 p. in., und the
band wilt be In attendance.
C.tpt. Olwell has rcccUed InstructlotiH
Itom Washington lo prcjiaro plans for
the new Moloknl lighthouse. It will ho
known us ;i first order light.
Tho Federal Coernmciit will bulb', l
a wagon ronil to tho situ of the Mnkn-j
I, mi lighthouse, for the convenience of
getting material to that point.
St. Clement's people please take no
tice. The celebration of the Holy Com
munion tomorrow will be nt 11 o'clock
instead of at 7.
Tint most economical icfrlgerator
made Is the Uomird Cleaiuible. Mild
by II. Iruckrcld & Co. It snves on the I
food hill and tho Ice bill, and It Is)
very easy to clean.
Tho Hawnllan Mission Children's So
!cty will hold Its annual meeting to
night tit Covernor Carler'H homo at
Llllha and Jitdd sheets. The meeting
promises to he most Interesting.
A general Japanese scrap took jilaco
Inst night In which a knlfo and ii be
iimiio ngurcii prominently, as n re
sult two nrc In the hospital and ono
In tho ixillre station awaiting develop
ments. The lecture on Hinduism, given by
Professor Kuudseii last cenlng was
well attended, notwithstanding other
attraction , . . en town. Thr
lecluies contain food lo.- i .. "A
arc well worth listening to,
I'lilcm Klectrle Co., 1 118 and 1120
Union St., Is tho leader In all kinds
or electrical work, fixtures and wir
ing. Prlvato telephones, bell work,
etc.: also dry batteries. Kstlmuto
gladly furnished. Phono 315.
Oahu Collego is In receipt of unnthei
gift of money. This time It comes from
Mrs. R, T. Alexander, and Is for tho
purchase of a new athletic field. Tho
pasture Just abovo tho swimming tank
has been chosen as a good bile, for tho
Held. It will he a memorial to S. T
OT BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Eat Your Meals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and all at Reasonable Prices.
116 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 3JJ
During my absence from the Territory, Mr. J. S. Mar
tin will conduct my business ami make garments to your
measure at Rcady-to-Wear Prices that give entire satis
faction, because you get your Money's Worth!
Another lot of 1907 SUITINGS just arrived.
$20 to $30 THE SUIT.
Our BLUE'SERQE (don't fade) at $25, a suit that
has no equal.
Geo A Martin, j
HOTEL ST. 0?P. UNION.
The devil take the brandy,
And fools may sip their wine,
While as for drinking whiskey,
Pray none of that in mine;
Put a schooner quickly draw mc,
All sparkling, cool nn-l clear, '
And a rousing toast I'll give thee
In foaming Eninier Beer.
C A. IStyson, Agt. Phone White J 331
iNow Line of
Embroidery and Yoke Lace
Siie and Back Combs
Also, Ready-Made Muslin Shirt Waists
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KING 8T, EVVA SIDE MARKET.
which called In tho constantly grow
ing Oriental trado.
IS A IIITTUIl 1'ILI,
Kalama said It was a hitter pill to
swallow, but ho thought tho whaif
iloms were necessary.
Knudscn said that at the last scs
E.'on $300,000 had been appropriated
for Honolulu wharves, It bolng thou
mill that this would complete nil
that was necessary. Ho did not know
when that uvcr-giowlng wall would
"Wo are willing to swap that for
vour Nuu mm dam," answered Kiiud
(en. Tho Items proposed by Smith wcro
II I led hy a voto of i to 8.
Woods wanted $la00 for tho Kit
mucin, Walmca, water worKu. Car
tied. NO COIN roit PUMPS
Smith wanted JS000 for the Kal-
iiiiiKI and Kullhl punipa, to have mon
ey on fuel,
DouMitt xald that from the Nun
n mi il.im would he furnished enough
power to inn all the pumps,
"Hut the good Lord only Miowh
when that will he," exclaluiod Smith.
.Smith's JS0HU Item wiik lost.
Knudscn moved lo amend the hill
m that tho balanco of the old Loan
Fund could not ho applied for tho
purposes of tho hill. Carried.
DowMitt moved lo correct tho total
to $198,600. Carried.
1111,1, IS PASSKI)
Tho Committee of the Whole re
(oi led hack recommending tho p.ia
ragn of tho hill ait amended. This
a adopted and the hill pnhRcil third
leading, llayseldon, Hewitt, Lane,
Woods, llrciwu and Makekau voting
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DEPOT FOR D033 OP
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
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