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EV12NING HUtLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., "SATURDAY, PIRI. 27, 1909.
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i WEEKLY GALEKDAH 'i .
1 THERMO- I
t ,!""AV 1 METER I
WUUM!DAV S B
P iiiuMMOAV ffl in the house ii al
f H most a necessity, B
i K variety, ranpne
j ha'il'Mhav i from that used in
. !R the sick room to VA
1 ' m l IB the site for record 1
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
nttond meetings of local lodges
tlAitMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
i Meets cvoiy. Monday evening it
7:30 In I. O. 0. ' Hull, Tort ..treat.
f U. It. HENDRY, Seriotary
I P. p. ICKK, N. (1.
,' All Tlslllusf brothers very cordially
"OAllU LOME, No. 1, Z. of P.
ikels every flist and third Fri-
jay evwiiing nt 7 JO In K. of P. Hall,
"rotnii Pen uud H.-etnula. Visiting
fbrcjtliorn cordially Invited to nttond.
'' p. n. NLOKNr. c. c.
It,' liOSUNU. K. U. S.
HONOLULU I0D0E CIO, B. P. 0. E.
"Honolulu Lodlje No. S16, U. P. O.
"4fc, will meet In tSelr hall on King
air Port litrect every Prlday even-
Ily order of tho 13. .:
HENRY C. EA3T0N,
tVM. II. McINERNY, n. R.
v7in. JfKDflEY LODGE No.3, K.ofP.
Meets every ind nud 4th Saturday
OVenlns at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
, Hall, cor. Port and llerctnnta. VUtt
4njf brothers cordially Invited to at
fcad. ;l p. m. Mi-aitEW, c c.
H I). A. JACORSKN, K. ft. S.
I0N0MLU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
,' Meets on thn 2nd and 4th WKO-
iNESDAY evenings of each month nt
frfaii ialnHL In If nt t) ITnll rnrnitr
fiov u liluvn ill. iv. u ft...., ..v.....
Berctcnla nnd Port streets.
' Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
frteud & W L FUAZHC, W., Prest.
IS 11 T MOORE. Becy.
itIAWAIIAN TRIBE Ho. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
fe' Meets every (list and third Thurs
niays of each month at Knight ot
(Pythian Hiill Visiting brother cor
llally Invited to nttond.
CHO SUNDnitSON. Sachem
V V. TODI), ('. of R.
The best assortment ever '
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your orncr far a bos t
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh I
only at 2
Corner Kin?' and Fcrt Streets.
" tasjwxnaar mwu sr-tvt
T?arcst Tlavo,); Highest Quality
L Guarar.tctd Ab3i,iutcly Pure.
ft PHONE 270.
,, COJITIiACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
" Kinc St.; P. 0. Box 014.
ASSESSMENT NO. 0
ln the Iliirlsou Mutual Iloncvolont
ABsnclnllun duo Doc in, 1908, do-
linqucnt Jan. 15, 1909. All bbscm-
1 hieniH nro pnyablo nt tho Secretary's
Ofllce, Kniilolanl Uulldlug, King and
Wank books of nil Rorts, ledgers,
rstc.. tniniirncturoil by tho Dullotln
b i K'i iMf nai v Tiimntr. hh
in the house ii al
most a nece&oity.
We liave a large
from that used in
the sick room to
the site for record
in? daily temper
ature out o' doors.
nr iitfL "J i,i.- v
SMITH & CO.
LFORT and HOTEL A
CONGRESS CARDS are su
perior to all others. They
nrc made right, and so never
get old and frayed and flimsy
before their time.
We have a large, fine as
sortment of them,
Alexander Young Building.
is written on every piece of
"1835" (Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our guarantee cots with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
nr: jutt as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap prloe. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Tom Sharp I
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B01T0N BLDG., FORT 8T.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
IHE FLORESST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIOUORS. AND CIGARS,
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
For .Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, HINO UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St.
M. R. DE SA
185 edltorlsl rooms 250 busl
ness offlcs. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
, .' .lML;ii.ffr.l'Aiii, . it Aftiftifcuftiin.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Strantrere in Hdnolulu Arid what
they want auicklsr. when they use
Bulletin Wont Ads.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex
Hi HnvBclilen was nn urrlal this
momlng in tho Mnupa JCc.i.
Hare you cleaned your sidewalk
this morning? U not, why not?
W ,A."Vnil rotnrritd tatlpy from hla
LusIiiush trip to tho other Inlands.
Dr. J H. Raymond of Wnlluku,
Mnui, camo down today In tho Mauna
A grand clenronco sale of ladles'
muslin underwear begins nt lllom's
noxt Monday njonilni. -
Some now' styles In Panama hats for
sale ai Expert Hat Cleaners. Poft St.,
opp. Club Stablos. Hats cleauod.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arablo."
You will ba surprised at Its cooling
and prcservatle properties, California
On Installments of $3 per month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine, uenny & Co., Ltd.,
agtnta, 1168 Port St. Phone 418.
Meet your friend at Royal Annex.
V. V Pc'asc nrrfved from Molokal
today. Ho went over to Lahnlna, Maul,
from Molokal, on one of Ilia Inter-Island
Btenmem, whence ho camo on th
REPRESENTATIVES PASS FOUR
(Continued from Pax )
nlent in Hnwnll, Koosevutts precepts
being followed out for the most part,
but If thu bill Introduced by Custru be
comes a law. na tho Pinnnco Commit
tee recommends It shnll, larco fnni'
HIph will lie mora f'uhlonnblo In tho
Territory than heroloforc. Tho bill
provides that a man having n family
of six or morn minor children, and rt
lelvlng nn Incomo of less than SGOO
a year, need pay no road, poll or school
Tho Miscellaneous Committed rec
ommended the Indcnnlto postponement
of Wnlwnlolu's bill, No. 52, providing
that nil supplies for counties must bu
bought from the lowest bidders by thu
Board of Supervisors. Tho commit
tee expressed the belief that the pres
ent system of buying county supplies
Is n good one and the passage of the
bill would only delav works that may
bo required to bo done Immediately.
The Committee of tho Whole made
Its repoit on House 1)111 37 Introduced
by Wnlualolc, to make the taxation,
educational and Jiidlci.il dlslrcts tho
camo. Tho committee recommended
tint passage of the bill' with tho
amendments made yesterday. Tho re
port was adopted.
Resolutions were Introduced by va
rious members to make the following
Kealawaa, i. 1000 for a school bnlhl
lni nt Knhainlea, Puna. Kealawaa,
J 1 500 for u go eminent road nt Koha
Ituuiii, Kiikuau, llllo.
Investigate the Dam.
Sheldon Introduced n resolution that
a committee of seven members be ap
pointed by till) speaker to Investigate
nil matters concerning tho construc
tion of Ntiuanti dam and Reservoir No.
4. The committee, according to tho
lesolutlou. shall iplt and thoroughly
.limped the ulto and work done there
at, oxamluo tho methods In which such
work is being done, inquire into all
expenditures mndo by the Territory
out of tho last appropriation for tho
work, and report back to tho House.
This resolution, curiously enough,
was typewritten on tho paper of the
executive's ofuce and bora all the ear
marks of having emanated from up
stnlrs. Sheldon, n presenting tho resolu
tion, explained thnt perhaps tho dam
might be so constructed that It would
break ami flood tho town, and tho
thought It would be wise for a commit
tee from the House to tako n look at It
and report ns to whether or not tho
work 1b being properly dono.
Long wanted to know what tho lion
orablo Representatives unhid know
about it when they got through. Ho
didn't know that any of them wero
dnm experts. Tho House, however, re
fused to countenance any such reflec
tion on Its wisdom nnd knowledge, and
tho resolution carried. Tho Speaker
appointed Sheldon, Coney, Colifcn, Af
fouso, Kawewehl, Nnwahlno and Like
on tho committee
A Warlike Bill.
A warllko measuro was Introduced
by Kamanoulu, tho intent of which Is
to show tho lighting strength of tho
Territory nnd what tho local situation
would bo In tho event that tho bug
bear of war with Japan should vcr be
come n renllty.
Tho bill provides for tho preparation
by tho tax nsscsbor of e:ch taxation
division of a rqll of the names of all
Inhabitants of his division subject to
military duty. Tho roll shall contain
tho name, residence,' age and occupa
tion of each of tho persons enrolled,
and also tho previous existing mili
tary or naval servlco of ench person,
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KING ST. PHONE W.
THE BEST "FITTERS" ffl TOWfl.
iftWWih. 1 .. ."i.. . j.&H&iUj,
THREE NATIONS FOR PEACE
' NEW YORK, N. Y Feb. 2G -Eight hundreil. dlstliigulsried guests
attended the banquet of the Pcaco Society this evening Among the
speakers were President-elect Tuft, Governor Hughes, Ambassadors llryt-c
and Taknhlrn of (irent llrltaln and Jupnn, respectively, and other promi
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Peb. 211.
sulting in the disgrace of Captain Qualtrnugh, U, S. N., formerly com
mander or the uamcshlp ueorgia, on ennrges or urmiKenncss, Imvo been
approved. Captain Qualtrough was relieved t tho command of the Oeor
gla and reduced several iitimbcrB In hii grade while the Atlantic Fleet
was in the Mediterranean, tho findings of tho court-martial being ap
proved,' originally by Rear Admiral Sperry.
. - m i i i
ADMIRAL GOODRICH NAVAL INSPECTOR'
WASHINGTON, I). C. Pcb. 20 -Tho otllce of (lencinl Iis-.iiqelcir il
the Navy hiA been created, and Admiral Goodrich, U. S. N., Im.l been up
pointed lo fill the position.
m i i m
SUNDRY CIVIL BILL PASSED
WASHINGTON, I). P., Veil. 2C-- Tho Sundry, Civil III II. carrying ap
propriations amounting to $1 J.TOO, 0(10., has passed the House of Kcpie
If tho Governor shall so dliecl the
enrollment shall further show tho
names of all sea-faring men. nud of
all men engaged In the roiisliiicllon
and management of rhlps and crafts,
the names of ship owners and their
employees, nchl owners, members of
yacht clubs and all other tiSHiH-lalions
for acquatlc pursuits, rcniuu up fur third readlne mid lln-il
Tho Plnance Committee recommend, notion. Ah nnieiided In committee the
oil thu passage of lloiiso Ulll 27, to re- hill provides that nuy Inn Ijii'hh. the
dtlec tho price of tho Devised Laws to, gross receipts of which the ji.'evl,iu
V. The committee thought It would . Ilscul eni ninouiiled to loss than $J'
bo a good Idea to reduce the pi Ice pii'lOO shall pay the minimum llcenu' fee
that the Secretary of the Territory of $25; where the receipts are over
would huvo a chance of disposing in I $2..,i)0fl nnd less than ISu.mio the fee
tho 1100 copies ho now has on handKhnll bo $50, Iluslnesses Inking In In
which mo rapidly becoming obsolete gross receipts more than ?.riO,Wiil must
nnd hard to sell at tho present price
of $10 a volume.
Lawyers Win Out.
Tho legal members of the House
won a. decided victory this morning
after a voluble, fight. House Hill 18,
introduced by Sheldon, past-ed Its third
reading ami goes to the Senate. Thu
bill provides that all district magis
trates shall have passed an examina
tion for admission to practice In Iho
District Courts of tho Territory. Shel
don In urging tho passage of his bill
said that he had often found that dis
trict magistrates wero gnornnt of Inw,
and It was often necessary mi that ac
count to nppenl cases which should
have been properly decided.
Knlclopu thought this another effort
on tho part of tho foxy lawyers to gt
something for themselves Ho said
that nt present tho appointing power
would be transferred from tho Gov
ernor to tho Chief Justice although
tho fact Is that thei Chief Justlco ul-
reauy upimnts mo 'uiatrlcl -magistrates.
This looked like nn effort to
do borne of the present district mag
istrates out. Somo men who had been
district magistrates for 40 years would
lose their Job. Ho moved tho Indef
inite postponement of tho bill.
"If they have been district magis
trates for 40 j ears and don't know
anything nbout law, they ought to lose
their Jobs." said Coney. "I know of a
number of Instances lately where men
havo been appointed district magis
trates who are not fit to hold tho posi
tion, it is simply a matter of favor
itism. Why. Mr. Speaker, I know of
ono district maglstrato in my own
county who Isn't lit for his Job. He
never tries to And out tho fuctB In a
enso himself; he Just goes out nnd
asks tho deputy sheriff If tho prlsouor
? guilty, nnd If the deputy sheriff Bays
he is, tho magistrate goes back nnd
finds the man guilty. Such a thing is
pn imposition on us,
Nawahluo wns of the opinion that
lawyers would ninko no better district
magistrates than an j body clso. Lots
of lawyers, ho said, aro not fit to lie
magistrates. This, bill looked like ou
effort to get somo of tho Hawnllans
tut of n Job. Whenever tho financial
nffnlrs of tho Territory would stand
tho tax 'ho thought district magis
trates ought to bo elected by tho peo
ple. Purtado called Kalelopu's attention
to tho fact that ho was mistaken In
saying tho magistrates aro appointed
by tho Governor; It Is tho Chief Jus
tlco who has the appclntln; ppwer. Ho
thought tho ciaure ten Hiring that dis
trict magistrates bo residents of the
eistrlct n wlso one.
Knlclopu considered himself Insult
ed by" nn Innocent remark of Purtnilo's
nnd rosi to a point of order, but was
not sustained by the Speaker.
Sheldon said ho rnllzed that winio
times tho Bhoo plncl.es on tho wrong
foot. ".Wo are Jiore for tlifl common
good," he said. Decauso porno of us
havo unclos or cousins or graiidfnth
era who aro district magistrates nnd
nro not (It for the positions Is no rca
son why wo bhould kill this bill. Let
ns pass It for tho common good.'
Tho motion to pass the bill was put
and the bill passed by a vote of
25 to C.
30 Lnches a Fishing Boat.
Corrcu's Ulll, No. 22, to amend tho
law Imposing a license fee of $5 on
all Ashing boatB, was taken up on third
reading, This measure, of course )n
aimed at tho Orientals, who havo 'a
vlitual monopoly of tho .Uhlng busi
ness, There wns nn tlohitn nn !"
measure-, which jmsRod the IIouso by
a vote of 27 to 3. The auicmluiu.it
provides that any boat used for flshlnu
which has a beam of 30 Inchca shall
bo doomed a Ashing boat under the
hiimmMl MkmAxJbAJu, ..-w..,
Tho court-martial proceedings re
Kalelopu's Lone "No."
The bill liitru'lucpd by Uuwowihl
nnd known ns House 1)111 SS. creating
u sliding scale merchants' license to
take Ihu phire of the present giiior.il
mercantile llcenre of J2fi require.! in
be paid by all enterprises fur piollt
pay tho maximum fee of lion.
The reading of the bill ntnileil K.i
Iclnpu off. Ho lildn't think the prn
tlons of the bill weie fair In the poor
people, nnd he said ro, concluding by
offering and amendment to make the
minimum tax apply tu nil enterprise.,
taking in in gnu receipts more than
$500 nnd less thfn $10.1)00.
Knwcwehl wanted to know why the
gentleman from the 1 Ifth h.i.ln t In
troduced his nuiciidmeut without talk
ing so much.
Cohen thought Kalelopu's amend
incut would liiue thu effect of defeat
ing the Intent of tho whole bill. It
would lot every .lapaneso nnd Chinese
In tho Tenltory with n little stom du
Ijlintticbs wilhtmt the payment of nnv.
license. This was nlrn Rico's nplnnn
Thu amendment cut out a lot of poo
pla frnm whom we cm get revenue In
no other way, ho said.
The nmundment wns put to iitn nud
lost. Kalelopu was ready with nn
other amendment. All ho wiiuled tills
time wus to cut out tho penalty para
graph, mi that tr the bill inssed ant)
became n law. It would bo all rlgh'
to break It. Shlnrjo nn.l Alfonso
pointed out that it law without it pen
nlty would bo worthless.
"I enn't undcrstaril such tllly talk
ns that," Bald Kalelopu. "What I am
after Is tho prntecton of the poor Ha
waiian. It Is n Hhanio for the Hiiusv
to pass a law like that."
Rico said tho penalty had been In
serted by the Plnanco Committee be
cause It Is tho duty of that committee
to see that the ie venue, Is collected.
"Do the members wmit the revenue
collected or do they mil." ho usked.
Sheldon said there is no law in pre
vent peoplo Foiling fuliiiiui. Kalelopu
broko in excitedly.
Tho amendment was put to vote nnd
lost, and tho bill was put on Us pas
sage. Kalelopu voiced ono luno "no,"
thu Mito stundlng 29 In 1 In fnvor of
tho passage of tho bill.
Tho next bill to poino up for final
consideration wns Conej'H llodke Ulll
54, requiring the beads of nil Terri
torial departments, and of tho Presi
dent of tho Seunlo uud the Speaker W
the House, to Ale with the assessor
nn Inventory of nil (luveiiimeut prop
crty In their caro.
Sholdon offered an amendment, to
Btrlko out Iho words "President or the
Scnnto nnd Speaker of tho House."
Castro wanted to know whu then
would be held lespoiulblo for tho reeks
and chnliB of tho legislative halls. Rico
wanted lo know If Custro's idea wns
to havo tho President and Speaker cm
ploy gunrds to look nfter tho legisla
Sheldon snhl It wus his Idea that It
was up to tho Superintendent of Pub
lie Works t niuke charge of tho nit
Icles. Tin) iiii)endmont..wns adopted
u.td tho bill passed hy unanimous Mite.
Tho Speaker will ,int hnvo lo count tho
spittoons and iilk pots, however.
Houso DIM 23, Introduced by Pur.
tndo, providing for tho redumption nf
lenl estate bold under the forcclosuio
of mortgnga or execution, was tukcii
up for third reading. The nieasuin
I rovldes Unit nny tlmq wlth,ln ono yenr
nfter property has been sold under
foreclosure of inprU'ugu or execution,
It may be redeemod by tho moilgagor
or debtor or his hells or nsslgns pay
lug to Iho purclinbcr the purchase
prico, puis costs und Interest.
Rico had doubts. Ho mild thn bill
had been up nt pi ev Ions besslons and
had met with hcrloua objections funq
somo or llio real eslnto dcnleia, Ho
moved Hint tho bill bo referred bnck
to Iho couimlttco ami that thoy "ho re-
quested lo havo u public hearing, in
learn the sentiment of the people In
legard to this matte.- Tho inomlioiH
of tho Judiciary Commltteo agreed to
IN FOREIGN PORTO
Friday, February 26,
SAN PHANCI8CO- lrive' Peb lit,.
S. fi Kmci, henco Pib. 20.
H. H. llyndes. hence Peb. 17.
SAN PRANCISCO Sailed Poll. 2,0:
U I!. Tmyo .Mam, for Honolulu, 2
YOKOHAMA Arrived-Peb. 2Ci
H. S. Asia, henco Peb. 13.
Woolleq skhts for $2 each at Whit
tle) & Marsh's skirt sale on Mumta.
A list or otllcers elected to Bene for
Iho ensuing year fcr the Associated
Garage. Ltd . Is I abllshed In this Usue.
A lli-t of tile iitTicim in the Maul
Agllcliltural Co, rlivl"! I" serve fm
the enduing .teal. Is puhilt'liril III llil.i
Rest hnrisc"! Iii the city for driving or
saddle. RlBiiif all klfiila with in wllh -
out ililvem Club SI ihlis. Port 1 1 reel
Today will lo the last illy l PllIl'l;
ceuKiui ijcl.clM fiii the l.lil i-nt fi.i Dp
era Co, nti tlu' leil-iu' sale iipi'lm Ainu
day. Malih Irt.
The Townseiul IJiiilurl.iliing Co. hv
moved fiiim the Knplolnlil linlldlu:; In
the HiiKlaie bulldlfig. Nn. H'J-71, Koulh.
Look out lor the pleasure of No 1
ami get a case or Iho soda water mule
by the Coiibiilldaliil Sn.l.i Wilier
Works Cii phone 71.
Tho Ton ii urn I -Un lertakllig Co. lias
moved In 07-71 Soul! Kerulanln slrei-i
vvhero lltoy imo npenlilg up very nlre
and commoilliius parlors und otilce.
L. Ahoy on Niiil'inu stieet. will be
gin his reduction sale nn Monday. All
goods sold nt u sweeping redaction.
Por two weeks this will be the pmco
Vlscol makes bIioph pe-feci!y vvuter
proof, unli'iH they nro worn through
it alto Buttons and liupioviM ihti leath
er In ii- weather. S.'.e. a tin at the
Mclnerny Shoe tltiiic.
All styles or diets skirts nt rel-iced
prices ut Whitney ft M .rsb's mle on
The lli-rrlug-llall-Miirvlii s.ifn Is th"
most lellable K.ifi- made. II. Is tint ini(
most generally iicd In San Pranclacn
today. Then. II. Davles k Co., I. hi.
Illinium e Department.
Ily llio S. S. Ailzonaii which will ur
rlNe tiiniiirrow, lliayer PI inn Co., K,ft
Hotel stieet, will lecelvo u carload of
lilanns, which thev propnsie In sell nr
eul nt very low prices.
Ml mi Power has Just relui-ne-l from
tho Cons.' whole she has Ii.mi rel it
lug u beaiilfrul asMirtiiietil of imxnlil
liatn from Iho new, Spilmi styles In
come In ou tho uoxt boat.
At 12 o'clock iioiiii Hatui-ilay. Apib
f, 100'J, at 'the fioiil emraiiCD In t!it
Judiciary building, Honolulu, tneie
will be sold at public uurtlim n gen
er.il leao of descill.ed land,
The luiuunl clean up' sale of wash
niateilals of all kind), v, III begin Mini
day, March 1st, tic S.iclm' with vuliies
such ns have been seldom nuYicd be
fore. Tremendous outs in prices.
When you nro In need or u iiiessen
ger liny to carry n paicel or dullve
un liiipoitant messagii ling up ;n;i and
get one of those In the mil vice of tin
Territorial Messenger Service.
Said Paii-ka-IIiin.i tu dill "Scat," nn I
It scat ted.
A list of Iho officers elected tn serve
for Iho ensuing oar In the Kiillnllniil
Plantation Co., Ltd., Piilchii I'l'imntlou
Co., Ltd., Kula I'laulallun Co, Ltd.
Makawiio Plantation Co., Ltd., Kulliu
Plnnl-atlon Co., I. Id., me published in
Theio will lie n tienioiiilnus Fiile nt
Imlles' murllii uiidervvnar ill llloiu'.
begluiiliig next Monday, " when llm
pilces will be so leluccd I li.it ll will
bo u crime for any one net tn t-ike ml
vantage' of them. The big llloiu ml
Unlay tells the story The speclalj for
Monday cnly should appeal lo evei
mother mill hoiiscke"por.
U ii- i it K it it it it it it ii
this, but Long objected. If (ho public
nt largo Wiuited to bo heard hu wjs
Willing In give way hill when It cninc
(o n qiiCHdnu of (ho money lumleis, hi
Shingle Bald he was opposed lo Hk
bill, as It would imd ubtedly luipnse i,
Jinrilslilp ou people who might want lo
lnormv n.oney nn n-iil estate. "It's
hard enough now to borrow money nu
ical erltto hero," lie bald, nud If you
do borinw It, jciu have In pay eight
per cent, wherein If you burrow on
stocks, Jim havo to pay only ulx per
cent. Somo or tho banks hive don't
caro tn lend nmiiey on letiLoslnto at
ul, piufenliiK tu lake sugar stockvrnii'l
The niollon In leconinill the bill pre
A puttllnn signed by 27 lesldents of
Ilouglitulilng stieet. Honolulu, ror ml
appropriation for n -vnter main to In
crcaso their supply or water was pie
Kilted by Kalelopu and mfeircd to tin
Lands Committee. Kalelopu later In
Hoduecd u leaolutloii for the appinprl
a lion or $1550 for the purposo named
In the petition.
The Public Lands Committee ui.nl.
u icpoit on Houso Resolution 17, for
ufeh -- -'id&Mfti, k'nkAu tt.it 4iiiti-W.
H.iiui,dn l-iluuni 27.
t.tnir Mauna Kea, Piueuiaii, from
Hawaii nnd Maul, 7 it. m.
lOnr Klnaii, Gregory, from Knu.il.
" '" . . & '' ,
1 tiur. Iwnlnnl Mitchell, fioiiijKiiiiSi,
11 l" n. in. ' ,?
Pilday, PebrmrjY 2t
Wmr Miiiiufi l.n'.i, Slmerroii, for
Ki.it.il. t.: m.
. llr H. H. Murex, Tnpscll, fur Japan.
' li'n p. in
i iilmr. t'lniidlim, Dennett, for Mnijl
'ami Hawaii, f. lo p. m.
llli. Allien Hesse. Doiiii.v. for llllo.
M N, S. H. I.tiillne, Wooden, for Sail
Kr.i'ii Pen, I p. m.
A.-il. S. S. I'leladei. fur Han Prim
cjsc I, l. III.
Per Minr. Klnm. Urea. iy. rrinn
Knual. a. in.--1.. Weliuhclmer, W. A.
llallnv. 0. Spli7. r. C. Cuhiirn. T.
Lj)'l"ll',,i ,r p,'"'r MIhh Ui-iii.t II.
fW'KK'Wi'. A. A. Wllsmi nfi I : ileeli
I or sluir. .Man, in Kea, Irei'iiiiin Iruin
I lew-ill nnd Jlnul. IVIi. 27 -I- C.
Ilciclilir.g It. II. 'Ilinniiin, It. Sec, .1.
II. I I" hi. Mi-4. lion I, P 8-iekwllx. P.
C. Hit Ich. Airs, Hick. Mrrf. L. Up.nci i.
Ml m V. Kapnliu J. I. Krlli y. Mrs.
Kiji). II. !'. Ihvniien.' P. V. Hmllh.
A. T. Wiikofleld, II. It Drown C. V.
Jnl'lns..Mis. Inlil ii nud i Mid, llev. C.
T. C'llol, ltev. II. K. Shin. Miss Oui
liu nfih m. Mrs. II. AldrMge mid clil'ld,
U. 11 yie-s. W. A. Wall. W. Mul'iM.ill.
K. It. Klein, P.-. II. I). Uiml, Cmi. c.
Wulkc-. I) II. Muennachle. II. Goinnn,
W. I. Illeler. II. Illyscldeii, .1. L'. Ills
gins. J. II Wood. Mlsn Awehi. Miss It.
Ri.! 'or, Dr. J. II. Raymond,' MIbb
.11. Hon'y. llev. C. P. llon. Mrs. Take
mclii anil child. C. T llydl, J. Lnlng,
P. W. Pi nse. Rev. Y. Mniuunlii.
j PA0CENGER3 DEPARTCD
Per rlmr. Clnudlne. Denuelt, for
.Mi.ul and Ilawull. Pel,. 21;, r p. m.
Miss II. Kljkuna t'upt. W. i;. Dal,
wife u id ihlld l.leiil. J. K. Kimiaka.
Llrilt. W. P. Knal. Mbis (I. Mackintosh,
MN11 Hlldu I.j (ins. Jiulgo S. W. Kings
bury nud wife, Mrs. Geo. II. Schnlder,
J. K. Nnkon!;i)i).
Per. M. N. a. fl. Liirllne, fnr Sin
Pf.incliTO. Peb. 27-11. St. tiiur nud
mI'p. Miss St. Guar, MIsp i: Low, Mm.
Han-. R. S Sliuw. Miss II. W. Dow
limn. S. 1. Shaw, Chan. Ilelllna, Mrs.
y. P. niiller. Mr. Porrost. K. II. Vouug
Mid wire. C. N. Spier's, .Mrs. Lellanl
Mii4.-niflii. Mr. Jobnoii. Mr. Overeinl,
Mis. Meek. .1. M. Arm! tiling mid wire,
PI IIKP.lt PHILLt"., or the Maiin-i
K 1. which at lived Mils morning finm
llllo. ropori.1 (In- rollowlng laig-ip mi
Hnwnll ready ror shipment; t)un.
0111: Wahlkea, Sliliil; II-ivv.ill Mill,
two; Wolmikii. Ikiiii; Onemoa, liOuti;'
PefkPii. 8701); lloiiomu IO.ICii; Ha
knliiii. Ildoi); l.iiupnlioehoe, U.ooO;
)iikil:i,'S2in: Kiikaliiu. II 2CIMI. II I'.iiiO;
lliuirikiiii. ISfiilil; I'uiiiliaii. !i5n; lln"
liokila III I; Kukiillianle. 1 2.10 ; Pu
inluil. IMo; llniiiiann. 2,,0J.
... .;. .;. jj,. .;. .-. .j. ,:, f tJ,
tlm nppmpilaiioii of $ino ror n Jail ut
Pahna, lliiwall, leci-nnieiidiug that it
be laid on the table to be cnusldovc-l
wllll the rppiopriiitluii bill.
Tho same cninnilttie Miv Ita icpoit
on l.nulMii'u rcsoliiilnn tn nppiupilutn
$111,0110 ror a new reset vnlr ror Kn
iiiukl. reconnieiiilliiK the Hatnu nclloii.
but expressing In nil lit Ion the opinion
that the nppiopilatlou iuuli bo made,
'is the ictddiiiis nr Kalmnlil urn un.v
orien 11 whole day at it 1 1 mo without,
Tho Lands Cniumitteo nlwi lopoilcl
on Coney 11 bill, No. lo, lelallug-lo (lie
Honolulu water winks, mid lecom
UHiuloil that It pass.
The rol!o.vlm. bills lutwed eecon I
leading and Wero lerenud to lomilllt
II. D.7G, 1111,1,1, lo piovlflu n ,cM.
Pllnl la thu district or Lnlialn Ilealih'
Hid Police Commlttie.
II. D. 71.. Kinney, providing ulhllnt
si'ile pioiieity lax Plnanco Cmnnilt
I- H 71, Coney, providing for llio
mi lr svstoiu rot- thn Honolulu vvalir
wnikH-Pi.litlo LnmlH Ciiniiulttoo.
II. D. 78, Mukelciiti. lnaklng both
taxes uud p. ii:)t- rni dellnqiienev bear
l"te-ef after (ix months, piuanco
fieiinte- Dill 3ft. Chllllnswnrth, 'to
niiieud the laws leh'llng in the pur
poses for which iniv.no propei i) may
bef taken JuiJIcliirv Cominlii,.,..
S 11 II. Itiiuln.-i, lel.tilni; m llm
Court nf I ,n llgKiriiinii-Jullcluo
Al imnii tin. HniHo finKi,P,i ts tt0,
Tor the vvnk uud iidjninaed until 11
o'clocl A'niiiliv in irniv
Sy "MI ft.l -.IftM.ftlftllll.ulMin.M,
Soa Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cvolo
Motor. $175. Complete. "
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. oppcijCftj South St,