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EVBNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. MONDAY, FBD. 16, 1909.
Leant Chapter No. 2 Rcaular
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. in.
All visiting members of the
Order nro cordially Invited to
attond meetings qf local lodge
HARMONY LODOE, Ho. 3, 1. 0. 0. F,
Meets cveiy Monday evening it
1 s 30 In 1. O. O. F Hall. Tort Street.
Li U. llBNDUY, Secretary.
V I). WICKU. N. U.
All vUltliiK brothers very cordially
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets overy first and third Frl
Jay evening nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and Ileretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
r. n. ni;oi:nt, -o. c.
It. (iOSI.INO. K. H. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CfO, 13. P. O.
C, will meet In their hall on King
near Fort Stieet every Friday even
ing. ily order of the E. R-:
HBN11Y O. KASTON,
WM. II. MclNnUNY, E. 11.
Win. M'KINLSY LODQE No.8, K.ofP.
Moots ovcry 2nd and 1th Saturday
cvonlng nt 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretanla Vlslt
lns hrotheis cordially Invited to at
1'. M. MilJUEW. c. o.
v.. a. jacoiiskn, k. rt. s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mecti on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
"30 o'clock In K. of P." 1IM1, cornet
Uorctanla and Fort streots.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
cend. W. L. FRAZEC, W Prest.
II. T. MOOUE. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. E. M.
Meetc every first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights ot
I'ytblns Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
A. II. AIlLEiail, Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of II.
The best assortment ever
shown iu the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUJT EVERY
Leave your order far a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
Turest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed AbsUutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. O. Bos 014.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
j.ln the Hnirisou Mutual Ilenovolaat
AKfncl.il Ion duo l)cc 1ft, 1908, de
linquent Jan. 1ft, 1909. All assess
ments nro payable at tho Secretary'
, ndlce, Kaijlolanl Uullding, King am1
lllank honks of all torts, ledgers,
etc., manufiicturcd by tho Ilullotin!
, Publishing Company. J
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we selL
We Carry. It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee goes with
each. , ',,
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
CLEANEST in the world.
CHEAPEST because they last
longest. Sold by the
Alexander Young Building.
At a Discount
are Jart as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding.. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
FOB YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNQ Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the lach.H
Meals At All Hoars.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CI0AB8.
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W. u. ili.KUl. rropnewr.
LUNCHES and DRINSS
The most popular
place in towi.
The Fashion Saloon
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFrERN serre yo
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Best Draught Beer
rhe Best Whiskey on th Marknt.
rilOS. F. McTIQHE & CO.. AQENT8
101-105 KINO ST. '
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 735
Fine Wines and, Liquors
L0VEJ0Y & CO., LTD.
002-p04 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 808
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY- WORK
done by the
with their new RENOS'
W7 Brretani St. " Phone 1491.
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attornev-at-Law; 'for the District
r!mirt! Wotnrv Pnhlifl! Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to urant
79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. ' "PHONE 310.
LOCAL AND . GENERAL
Todav is thtv best time to find a
high-price customer for(your proper
ty. tA Bulletin Want Ad, wUl
una nun. a;
Ten good auto-hacks. Phone 5.
1L 8taor,,ft well Jnovn, financier.
In hooked to leavo tomorrow noon In
the Mauna Kea.
Take your carriage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for
Oeorge N, Wilcox is booked to leave.
In the Klnau tomorrow afternoon. Tlio
Klnau leaves at (.o'clock,
Have lunch at the Royal Annex,
.lllshon Smith will -sal' .tomorrow
noon In "the Mauna Kcv He will ho
gone probably two weeks, .
Palmer AVoods of Kohala Is reRls
tcrcd at tho Hawaiian hutcl. Ho Is
down to attend the Legislature,
Jl. It. Elgin, superintendent of, the
Kohala II. It. Co.,.ls a guest et thu Ha
waiian, as nro Mr ami Mrs. J. J. Dow
ling of Ilpeln.
Coat yQur Iron, roots with "Arable."
You wllj be, surprised at Its cooling
and preteryatVye properties California
Feed Co.," agents.
W. II. C. Campbell, manager of the
HUo Sugar Co, who arrived; last Sat
urday in tho Mauna Kea, wll return to
his post tomorrow.
Jitdgo S. y. Kingsbury leaves for
Walliiku, Maul, In tho Mauna Kea .to
morrow. Ho will be accompanied by
Edmund Hart, his clerk.
A. Haneberg, of Hackfeld & Co.
leaves tomorrow noon In the Malum
Loa. lie will be gone a month, return
Ing to Honolulu in April.
On Installments of 18 per month you
can purchaso a Whlto Family Rotary
sowing machine, (leuny Co.. Ltd.,
agenu, 12CC Fort fit Phone m.
Chas. K. Notley, president of the
"Home Rulo party, will go to Hamakiin,
Hawaii, tomorrow. He will return
with Ills family in March or April.
Oa..pctltton of II. Hackfeld & Co.,
Ltd., J. F. Hackfold was toilay appoint
ed administrator of the estate of Carl
Unschjost, who died Intestate January
1, 1909. The estate Is value at $300.
Qovernor Freur held a conference
tbJs morning In regard to tho Puna
stumpage proposition with Jinjes 13.
Castle, Lorrln A, Thurston. Forester
Hosmer and the two Santa t'e agents.
The Civic Federation will hold Us
annual meeting In the makal pavilion
of the Young Hotel on Tuesday oven
Ing. Superintendent Campbell will
bpoak, on the water problem of Hono
lulu at 8 o'clock.
Meet your friends at Royal Annex.
J. AV. Smith, ot Fargo. North Da
kota, and. his family are spending thu
winter nt tho Moana Hotel. Mr. Smith
Is an ardent motorist, having brought
iTown bU seven neater, n Thomas Fly
er, and Is most enthusiastic oyer the
excellent roads around Honolulu, and
mu isiunu ui uanu, ,
U. F, Dillingham, who arrived from
'iJ'"" " Saturday, stated that the
Illio breakwater work was nruirreH ni
.,,, K ,,. n" "..,"""
i.u.j n.,c nV ,.;. uu viiKiuver
Ing party was also making surveys for
tho proposed railroad extension along
the Walliiku 'river and Wulnaku mill;
Tho only difficulty found by the engi
neers was the tauglo of gulohcs In the
Onomea section, which Is tho most
complicated district along tho lino.
Is Rumored Bilt Pine.
The report was general on the
street' this morning that the agency
of the Consolidated Pineapple Com
puny was to pass from Castle & Cooke
to the Hawaii Development Company,
or which Jas. II, Castle Is tho ruling
i 'When this was brought to, Mr. Cas
tle's attention he denied the yarn In
detail- and In general. There Is ab
solutely no truth In It. George Thlel
en, who Is understood to represent
the controlling stock of the corpora
tion, refused to talk, allowing the
whole matter to rest with Mr, Cas-
At Castle & Cooke's office .the
statement was made that -there w.ero
negotiations for a change ot the agen
cy, hut nothing definite bod occurred.
The Consolidated Company is one ot
the largest pineapple propositions In
THE GEK THEATRE
i t l,Mr' -
At this easy placo of amusement
good fflms are still the rule. The fans
keep the place, cool and the, house is
always well filled.
"For.SehV cards at Rulltn
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. -W: Ahana Co.,
162 S. KINO ST. PHONE 020.
'THE BEST "FITTERS" DFT0WN,
Col. Gonial .Promises
Complete Canal In 1915
WASHINGTON, I. C, Feb. 13. Lleutennnt Colonel (Ipethnltf, chief
engineer of the Panama Canal, has arrived at the capital. He predict)
that the cnnnl'wlll be completed by Fbc.-uary, 191(1. Mr. Tnft during his
recent tour of Inspection stated that lin thought the engineers are too
conservative In the time they set for finishing the cimnl. Ho experts It
to be completed in thirty months.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkey, Feb. 14. Tho constitutional crhln In
Turkey has passed without trouble and n new Ministry has been formed
tu taku .the, place of the first Ministry, some of the members ot .which wyru
dismissed by .the Sultan, tho rest resigning In protest.
ADMIRAL BERESF0RD TO RETIRE
LONDON, England, Feb. 14. U Is iinnoiinced that Admiral Lord
Charles' Ueresford will probably be retired next niontli.
Adlmral Ueresford Is one ut tho national heroes of (Ircut llrltnln,
having shown distinguished gallaiitry,ln,nqtlou on, several occasions, won
special mention In dispatches, mid received the thanks und decorations
of foreign Governments. For many years he has been a lending spirit
ju Urltish nava circle nud has contended llercely for the continual im
provement, of the navy In equipment und strength. He Is well known, to
muny In, Honolulu, having visited hero within the Inst ten jcurs, audi
earlier, when .i )outh.
i i .
KING EDWARD PLEASED
LONDON, England, Feb. 13. King Edward nud Queen Alexandra
were given an unusual and puthuslnstlc iccepllon on their arrival hem to
day from Merlin. The King stales that ho Is satisfied, that there will lie
a happy result from, bis visit to the Herman capital. Tho iintnguuhtic at
titude toward Germany In the llrltlsh presq has disappeared.
m i m ' '
BODIES FROM WRECK HORROR
VVELLINOTON, N. '.., Feb. 14. Fl.fty-two of tho bodies ot thu pas
sengers and embers of tho ciew ot the constlng steamer Penguin have been
recovered. Thu total deaths resulting from Hie wreck, nt Cape Tern
whltl, were slxty-Beven. ,
REGGI0 SHAKEN AGAIN
REaaiO, Italy, Feb. 13. Another violent enrthiiuuUu shock was felt
hero today, many of the walls ot the cuius fulling. There was a p.inlr.
among the inhabitants, but no casualties have been reported.
FROHMAN'S WIFE- SEEKS DIVORCE
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 14 Margaret Illlngton Frohmnn. the
actress, wife of Daniel Frohman, announces that she will Institute pro
ceedings for a divorce.
TAFT ARRIVES IN OHIO
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Feb. 1,4. President-elect Tuft Is back nt hl3
heme from Panama mid New Orleans, -.
u v your hi verwuru irom
VI6li;a"& CT. It Is guaranteed.
A. largo stock of curios from the
South Sea Islands are offered for sale.
Seo ad, this Issue.
The Lurllno has a new stock of
framos and picture for Ourrey'B Art
and Photo Shop. Hrlng In your pic
tures to be framed.
Today has been one of thu busiest
on record at the N. 8. Sachs Dry Ooods
Co. The second week of the lifter
stock-taking sale is now In full swing,
wlh .many flue values ocred.
Wa have the. host brands of type
writing paper, carbon, paper, ribbons.
and erasers In stock. Flna assortment
of manuscript covers. Oat & Moss-
man, 70 Merchant' street, near P. O,
In a dress shoe,, you want one tliut
Is comfortably. You can't-get it In n
cheap Bhoe. Try a pair of our Chief
shoes, harfd mado of finest selected
materials. Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
LUCAS WINS, TAX CASE
IN SUPREME COURT
In an opinion handed down this
morning in the case ot Clmrlos T. Wil
der. Assessor and Collector ot Taxes,
versus V, T. Lucas, tho Suprome
Court makes the Interpretation of
Section a, Act 89, S. I,., 1905, that It
"does not extend the duration of tax
liens which bad, attached prior to
the date that the act took effect."
The matter vras submitted upon an
agreed statement ot facts from which
It. appears, Uvt the defendant In Sep
tember, 1908,- became tho purchaser
at foreclosure sale of real-estate moit
guged In 189.8, upon which, tho taxes
for the year 1905 are still unpaid.
The plaintiff-contended that the prop
erty was subject to a lien for the
tnx.es of that year superior to the pri
or mortgage. The Supremo Cqurt
failed to agree with him In that con
THE ART THEATRE
"The Animated, Doll" at tho Art
Theatre Is one ofjtho best films that
has been seen here. "The Mountain
ecr'a Son" nnd ''In the Shadow ofj thu
Law' are both, Interesting films, Qood
care Is taken In selecting vluws-uud
the popularity of this theatre, is still
at Its height. , ,
BULLETIN AD3 PAY
"GUILTY" IS PLEA
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eu for purposes of prostitution. I
would call your nttcntlon to the Im
portance of the luw of which this Is
a violation, wneru individuals or
companies take up such nil enterprise
for the sake of profit. It is an uttnek
not only upon tho marriage status
lmt ulbo against the hunorublo status
of women, as tho practice of prostitu
tion, whether Individually or under
the management ot others. Is hostllo
to that Idea of chastity which Is the
basis qf thu family In civilized coun
tries." The mem'iors of tho (Iriuid Jury
me: Onirics II. Fisher, I,. II, Under
wood, J. W. Iiergstiom, N. II. Uedgo,
B. II. F. Wolter. Charles A. lion,
Samuel Mnhukn, F. T. P. Watcrhouse,
Hugh V. Treveuen, John MarKhum.
Frank Atherton, Ululanl Lemon, A.
J (llgnoux, Daniel Clul.ll. Frank (iod
fiey, Ilohcrt MiCorriston, Irwin
Spalding, i:. K. Lyman,
, 0AHU LAWMAKERS
(Continued From Page 1)
admit would be President should
Smith decline the Job.
Tlie Democrats will go onto the
floor of both tho Houso nnd Senate,
but to picservo their, Integrity they
will go through the customary for
malities. Tomorrow morning thu Ouliu mem
bers pt the House will caucus, und
tomorrow ufteriioon n.t 1 o'clock thoro
will be a general caucus of all tho
Ilepubllcaii Hvpresen tat Ives.
K. II. Sotliem honored by nohcni-
Inn Club and proclaimed by Muo,r
Taylor better as Hamlet than Edwin
EJ3T DULLEJIHAD8.PAY -
The PacilloiPuano and Fertilizer Co
lly, proer. of the Hoard of Directors
thu Annual Meeting of the Stockho)ij
ort of TIIK PACIFIC (IUANO ANp
FKHTIL.IZi:it CO. will be held at the
pOlco.or II. Hackfeld & Co.. Ltd.. Ho
nolulu, T. II., o Thursday, February
2ftth, 1909, ut 11 o'clock n. m.. ftlr
the purpose, of electing ofllccis ami
transacting such other business ijs
may be brought before the meeting.
Tho Stosk Transfer books of, th'u
Company will be cloied from Febru
ary. 23rd to February 25th, bath dalei
4235 Feb. 10, 20, 21.
1 IN FOREIGN PORTS l' f ARRIVED I
Saturday, February "13,
HRAY3 HAlUlOll Arrlvrd Fell, 11
H H, Itomford, hciico .Inn 8,
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived Ktli. 12
S. S. Columbian, from Sallnn Crux
. Friday, February 12.
IlltEMERTON Arrived Feb. 12:
U, S. N. T. Supply, henco Feb. I.
Thursday, February 11,
i VICTORIA Arrlvqd Feb. 10:
S. S. Marama, henco Fob. 2.
Till: TIIANSPOKT Slierlilan leaves
this nitcruoon nt S o'clock for Oiiam
anil Mnnlln. On account nf the pas
sengers who have landed here, the
through passengers will bo gieii iiiu-u
eommoitlnim mid voinforlulilc upnrt
ments, whllo pniceedlns t their des
tination In Manila .During her i:tny
ill port hero, the Slierlilan took V In
fresh Iflnml egetiibles nnd frultH.
Theso will be greatly n'ppretlated by
TIIK TltANSJ'OHT Sheridan leaves
today ut r o'clock for (lu.mi nud Ma
nila. Hhe. Iixs taken enmigh tegetjtbhi
supplies while licic nud llio Ihniiir.li
liasrengeis, who will lie given umifurl
nble nnd miiro eomiuoiliuiis apjrtmiiits
on nccouul of tho paiiKt'iigers, who
have lauded heie, will be iiinplv pio
lded with fresh Jhlaiul inudiicls.
Till! HTi:AMi:itH Mauna Ken nud
Maimii Ixj.-i will leave nt nonu t linn.
row for their various ileshnatlons. Tim
former goes to lillo, while the l.illir
goes to the Knuas. llolh sle.iuierM
will lake mull nud wilt call nl l.n
TIIK OILSIIIP Fulls of Clyde nnlv
ed last Saturday fioui (l.ivnta wltii
full cargo of cniilu oil As soon an slie
tied up nt the rallrii.ul wharf die com
meiiced to pump out her oil. She liny
probably sail on We-lnesdaV.
TIIK KINAU arrived fiom Kauai
yesteiilay, bringing imKi'eni'i's and mi
gar. Hliu will leave ng.iln tiiiinurow
ufternonn nt . o'clock for Niiulllwlll,
KUmil, whence she .Will proceed to the
TIIK MIKAIIALA will leave tomor
row nt C o'clock for Mnln'tal, Maul nud
Initial. It Is expected Hint when she
returns, kho will bring iheep Irom l.n
mil for the Metropolitan Meat Com
TIIK (IKItMjAN titsli Mario HaikMil
Captain (irube. left yestenjuy iiiiiru-
Ing nt 10 oeiock for Portland, ltefore
she sailed, however, hlie liaiMicr hold
Illled with ballast.
AMONd the luler-lslaud Hleamer
which arrlwil yesteiilay fiiim the olher
iHlands wcio the Mlkiihaln fiom Muni
nnd Mnlokal and thu Noeau from Ke
TIIK NilllAU will Ioiim. tilt Au.i
hohi, Kauai, tomoirow iioon. Shu Mill
return as wnm as hhu has talcn in
TIIK 1WALANI will leiuo toilay for
Mnhukonn, Hawaii, eanjliig mined-
TIIK NOKAU will go In Kapaa.
Kuiial, today, sailing nl S n'clock tills
THE PARK THEATRE
Despllo u few threatening rainy
days, tho night have proved Just right
for this theatre. Tho films mo well
relucted nud tho m.icblno is mm of
thu best In limn, MiimigeiH Laws and
Werner promise many new nn cities.
1 O i
Two coroner's Jury verdicts in
drowning eases hnvo been lecelved by
Attoruoy (luiiurul llcmunway. Ouo nf
thum Is the KouUiiloa euro In which
tho Jury Hint Investigated the clrciiin
stances of tho death nfn J.iuiuehi
named Ioshltii t.ngcly concluuVd thvl
ho "cniuu to his deatli on InMi.iry 19
1909, from being uuiiblo to sv.-lm mid
therefore was drowned In tho r.ui
A verdict of accidental ilrov. nlnn
was ulsn leturued In tho case rf T.ik-i-liahhl,
who lost his lira ut Koloa,
Kauai, on February 7.
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to encouraging Immigration and con
serving the natural resouicus or the
Tcnltory. The (lovemor's Idea Is out
lined In uu Interview In nnnthci- col
Tlio Idea of creating n special fun.t
appears to bo inoio tluu dlstnsleful to
bomo of thu meiubers of tho Leglsla
turo und tho bill will bo strongly ob
Jected to on that ground by members
who would Mipport It ir tho Income to
bo derived wero to go into tho general
fund of tho Territory.
'i nm In fnvor of n special Income
tax law." said Itvpresentatlvo Alfonso,
or HUo, Mils morning, hut I do not he
lluvo the proceeds ought to go Into any
bpeclal fund; they shniiM j,o lulu tlfl
geuurai mini, i would support the
measure If It were not for that phnno
oi ii, nut i no not feel thut 1 can sun
poit any measiiio cieatlng a npcclal
mini mr immigration. A good many
iu ui inner members feel as I ii
about this matter, mid I think thut tho
Smidiiv February II.
Stmr Noeau, Sack frniii Keali.i,
II 40 li. in.
Stmr. Mlkaluila I'lltz, from Molnknl
ntul Maul torts, n. tu.
Am. bk. Aldeii Uesse, from Son
Diego, 9 li. m.
' Jap. H. 9. KlBagatn Main No. 2, Mo
(hi, from Yokohama, 'J. a. m.
'j ' DEPARTCD "
Huuif.iy, February 1 1,
tier. lilt. Mnile llnekfeld, tlriibo, for
Portlauil, 10 a m. '
j 8AILING TODAY
' Htmr. Iwulanl, Tor Mnhukona, r, p. m.
Stmr. Nnc.tu, for Knp.ia-iuul Knual
pints, f p. in.
U. H. A, T. Sheildail, for (liiini an 1
Mnnll i, ft i. m,
I DUE TODAY . J
-. ' !
M. N. H. S. I.urllne. ri-iim San Fr.m
Am. Iik. Mohican, fnun Sin Fran-
.j, , !
I DUE TOMOHHOW , ,
-Stmr. Mnuii.i Ke.i. fur Illlo ami v.ny
xirts,' 12 nonu..
Stmr. Mnim.i Loa, for Koua nud Kail
pin li:, 12 nonu.
Stmr. Mlknhula, for Mnlokal und
Maul polls, T, p, in.
ill nir. Klnau, fur K.m.-il parti, ft p. in.
I DUE WEDNESDAY.
".M. N. S. S. Illloiilin. Jiihutnn,
Per Ktmr. Mil i ai. i Kea. fn,- M ml mid
Hawaii ports, Feb. 111. 12 in. tl. J.
Decker, Then. I!. While,, II Mlurlili.
Ilixhop Smith. Mrs. Smith. It '.', Me
I'hci'nm, 11. St. Hoar, Mr lioiun, nlfe
Mid child. C. Kriilto and wife. I). Mei
ers, K. II. Halt. Albert Deilie?, I. I.
Page. II. II. I).iwi.eli, M' itfll.'g",
wife and child, Judge S. II. KIui.hIjiii v.
C. 1'.. Nulloy, S. Kato. I.en Chuii, tie i.
A. Ilacheldci-, wife and (hlle. Mr.
Miillcr, Itov. II. V. Jiidd, (I. S. Itiiiuill.
It. It. Klgln. It. 1. Leslie. K. O McCov
mid wife, W. II. Moody iiml wre. . rt.
bkhclick nud wife, Mrs. Shel.lnn, Ceo.
I'. Llckly nud wire. II. M Keil .in. I
wife II. II. Tomklns mid wlfo 'V. II.
('. Campbell, Misses llimley.
Per Htmr. Mauna Loa, Hli'icmii'. for
Kona, Feb. Hi, 12 m L. F. Peierwiu,
Mrs. U. II. Lowls, A. Ilnneliei-i;, K. L.
Deal, Mis. W. M. Mcljuald. Hnirfin, .1.
Morse nud friend.
Pur iitmr. Klnau, Clregory. Tor K.iu.il,
5 p. in., Feb, IT,. Sim. C. M. Cooke, C.
1 Ilcirlck, (1. N. WIU-ox.
1 HONOLULU WEATHER ''
Temporalities li n in., i;.",; s n in
71; lu n. iii., 72; noon. 72; nuiriiliit:
Daronieter, 8 n! m. So 12; abyuliil
I untidily, 8 n. in.. ft.SftO grains per
cubic root; relative liuuiMli), X . ut ,
71 per cent; dew point 8 a m. 112
Wind 0 n. m., velocity ft, illiecliou
N. li; 8 n. m velocity 1, illiecilin,
N. Ii; 10 n. m., eliily S, illiecliou
S. li; iioiiii, M'ioclty 1J, dliectlou S.
U-ilurall iliirlng 21 h i ended S ,i.
in., .110 Inch.
Totul wind mow incut ditilni; :t
hours ended ut nonu, 127 miles.
W.M. II. STOCKMAN.
Feci Inn Director. II. S Weather llnreau
UK it ;r ii h , r K ii, h K K jj x
big light of the iiesxlon Is going In
develop over the (.pedal Income tax
hill. I do mil think that It can become)
Itepicsentativn Alfonso has several
lillln which ho expects tn Inttoiliict
Into tho House dining the hiinsiiiii.
Tlireu of them lie outlined this jnniii
IliK. Olio Is to divide tho County of
lluwall Into two Senalorlal dlstilclH.
Tills Is mi old ipiestlon Hint linn been
nilich (IKciKHcd. A bill In tho umic
eueci ii.iuHcit llio tioiitu at tlio last n ti
Moil, lmt was lost Iu llio Hefintu by one'
oie. Ki-proM'iitaiivo arfnnso Impe-i
Hint It will meet a better fule llii( ,..,
Hlnii. His Idea Is to have tho flrsi .lis.
trlcl Include Puna. Noilh mid Smiil,
llilo nnd Haiilakiia; tho liecond setia
lorl.tl dlsttlet to take In Khij, North
und Soulli Kona nud Noilh nud KmiMi
A second hill which Mr. Arfoiisp will
Introduce pinvldes for the rio.Vuui or
tho onice or County Hetonlei-. Tlilrt lt
III accordaiKo wltn the sjBleni In Migiu
Iu tho States, n-nl the Itepiesdntallvo
who stands npons-or ror the iiicuhiiki
thinks that thoio lh eason why
(hei.u now olllees tliiiuld not b0 eient
oil. or tonne. Ms would ptinldo a
nlcu lot or pleasant unices to bu tilled
hy the lulilotlc volers ami tlio measuii.
iliiiithl pi nvu nl louit u ipulai- one.
Hepii-seiitmUu Affonwi will ulsn In
Imdiico n bin t .,! I!l(, county Act
hy ilxlng the Hilary of oiinty.Clo'ks in
tlftO per mouth lin.tead of $lo. us ,u
prenent. This also Is certain of ioclv
Ing Hip oulliiiil iMIc eiippoit or a per
tain contingent In l(l I.egislatuie.
What the tlove-mr will dti t the bin
pJwen nnd re.iehea m ny ,M,Bn)1
cail'n some viionv ' i 't
Soa Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycfe
Motor. $175, Comtilct"
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opporja South St, j
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