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EVENING nUVLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SATURDAY, FEU. 27, 1900.
rOET ST QAULIT7 at NTiVANlT
THE L, AYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 Nuoanu St. near King.
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Whitney & Marsh
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OUR REGULAR ANNUAL
Begins 7on Monday, March 1st
The sale will include many bargains in
White Silk, White Voile, Black Silk,
and nnny FANGY and PLAIN CLOTHS.
College of Hawaii bourse
On Timely Topics
Ohas. R. Frazioi'
Phone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREET8.
Best Draught Beer
fat -Down Sale
Begins Monday, March 1st
GREAT REDUCTIONS FOR TWO WEEKS
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, $1.25 Now 75o si Pair
LADIES' 'CORSET COVERS, $1.00 Now COo a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 75c Now 40c a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 40c Now 25c, a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 25o Now 15c a pair
LADIES VESTS, 10c , v iNow 5o
WHITE COTTON, .10c a yd 13 yards for $1.00
NEW FLANNELLETTi: .10 yards for OOo
DRESS BATISTE. 10c a yd Now 5c a yard
LACE CURTAINS, 75c a pr. Now 40c a pair
LACE CURTAINs, $1 a pair Now COc a pair
A Large Assortment of LACE, RIBBONS, ETC., marked
The College of Itnwnll will offer u
bcrlca of Lectures on Agriculture dur
ing tlic month of March. Tlicso lec
tures oio open to the public, ami nil
Intel ebtcd nre Invited to nttciicl. Thu
telle Is designed lo cover those, top-
leu Hint uru of Immediate application
to our environment. Mont of the Icc-
tuics will lie Illustrated liy lantern-
slides, chiirts, and dcinntistintloui.
nntl will Incluilu tile most recent data
nml Information Hint In obtainable.
on tlio various topics prcKcnteil. He-
tow Ih u schedule of the dates, sub
jects, nml leclurerfi. 11 Ik suggested
Hint those who limy ho luteiesled in
tlila sciles cut out thin sehcdulo mul
keep It for future reference.
I'm tlier Information on these lec
tures can always he had liy applying:
to the College by telephone or by pm
Mmcli .". 7:110 p. in.: AgrliultuT-
al Problems of Hawaii, Dr. B. V. WII
cox. 8:.".0 p. m.: Eiononilcti of Agrl-
eiilturul Education, President .1. W
Marvh S 7:30 p. in.: Entomologi
cal Inspection; Object, .Methods, mid
UchuIIs, .Incob Kolinsky. S::IU p. m.:
lypcs. of Plant Discuses, 1.. Lcvvtuu
llraln. Mmrh S 7:30 p. m.: Preservation
of I'rultH, Miss Agnes Hunt. 8:30
p. in.: Poultry and Profits, Prof. II.
March 107:30 p. m.; llotmiy of
Kcnnomlc Plants, Prof. V. T. Pope.
X 30 p. in.: Plant Improvement, Pres
ident J. V. Ullniore.
March IS 7:30 p. in.: Sanitary
D.ilrjlng. I'luf. II. D. Porter. S:30
p. in.: Chemistry in It8 Itclntlnns to
Agilculturc, Piof. .1. .1. Morgan.
.Mmcli 15 7:30 p. in.: Bacteria In
Their Relation to Health mid Disease,
.Vim Amies Hunt. H::i(l p. m.: Item-
olios for Plant Diseases, I.. Lowlon-
March 177:30 p. in.: Our Worst
Insect Bucliilcs, Jacob Kolinsky. 8:30
p. in.: Soli Management, President
.1 W. (illmore.
March 1!) 7:30 p. m.: Feeds anil
l'ccdlng, Prof. II. I'. Porter. 8:30 p.
in.: .Meat Production, Dr. B. V. Wil
cox. March 22 7:30 p. m.: Production
mid Marketing Krultu, J. 13. Illgglns.
8:30 p. m.: Planting the Homo
Ci'ouiiils, Prof. W. T. Pope.
Mmch 21 -7:30 p. in.: Soil Man
agement, Picslilent .1. W. (illmore.
8 30 p. in.: Kconomlcs of Forestry,
II. S. Ilo'imcr.
Maich 2117:30 p. m.: Our Insect
Friends, .laioh Kolinsky. 8:30 p.m.:
'induction and Mnrlietlng I'rultH, J.
March 29-7-30 p. m.t Planting
the Homo tlrouiuls. Prof. W. T. Pope.
S .'0 p, in : HI co. F. U. Krmiss.
Mai eli 31 7:30 p. in.: Foods and
Diet. Ml. Agnes Hunt. 8:30 p. ni.:
Foicslr In Hawaii, It. H. Hoinier.
Apill 2 -7.30 p. m.: Ilovlnc Tuber
culosls In lis Itidatlnn to Health, Pin-fc-ior
.1. W. (illmore. 8:30 p. in.:
Agricultural Literature, W. O. Itos,
rested that, did lio refer lo Sennto
Hill No. 1.1. regarding the payment
of salaries, It would bo wcjl to let tlio
bill In question lie, as there were sev
eral points In tlio Sennto lllll on
which his committee could not report
favorably. On vole tlio Home bjll'
Substitute Divorce Bill
Sennto lllll No. 3C, providing Hint
at every hearing of n divorce libel u
representative of the Attorney Clcti
ernl's ofTlco should bo present to as
Blst In examining the witnesses, was
reported unfavorably by the Judi
ciary Committee nml a substitute bill
The presence of n representative
of the Attorney (lencral's office Is one
of llio recommendations embodied In
the report made by the sperlal com
mittee of tlio Ministerial t'nlnn to
whom was referred tlio divorce question.
The gcncrnl opinion of the mem
bers of tlio-Judiciary Committee wns
that such u provision was impracti
cable, for which reason It was elimi
nated In tlio substitute bill.
Semite lllll N'o. 33, providing that
nny person having n easo before tho
Supreme Court slnill be entitled to a
hearing befoio nil of the Justices
thereof, was reported favorably by
the Judiciary Committee and the re
port was adopted.
Senate Honors Late J. 0. Carter
Senator Halter then Intioduced n
resolution providing that, when tho
Scuato udjournod, It should do so out
of respect 19 tho memory of the Into
Joseph O. Carter. ' -
Sennto lllll No. H, relating to the
appointment of commissioners of
fences, passed Its third reading by
House Joint Resolution No. 1, au
thorizing tho Governor to appoint n
commission of three, to examine
wharves of the Territory nml report
on tlio feasibility of regulating fees
or acquiring tho property, passed
1 m ws
Are your lipa white,
your checks colorless,
your eara transparent?
And do you look thin
a bright, cheerful face, in ovory
bottlo of Aycr's Sarsaparilla.
If your appetite ia poor, your
digostion imperfect, ani you feel
nervous and weak, you ought to
It expels all impurities from tho
blood, and gives strength and vigor
to tho norvci. It will surely re
store you to health.
A now mittle, Alter' Snrnt'
partita contain no ateohot.
Thero aro maisv Imitation
Bo auro you got "AYER'3."
tnnni k, Dr. 1. C k C. , IimII. Mul, VAX
ATla'l 7IIXA. tb kail funllr Uullta.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASE OF PASTORAL LAND SIT
UATED ATJKUMEHAME, ISL
AND OF AUI.
At twelve o'clock noon, Saturdnv,
Apill 3, noi, nt the front olitrmice
to the Judiciary llulldlng, Honolulu,
there will be sold at Public Auction
under the Provisions of Part r. Land
Act 180.',. (Sections 278-2Sr. Inclu
sive, Revised Laws of Hnwnll). n
Ocnernl Lease of the following de
That portion of Pkumchnmo
known tin Kcalnlnlon, containing an
nrea of 3370 acres, more or less, and
classed as pastor.il land.
t'pfet rental $ inn. on per annum,
pnvahle scuil-nmitiully In advance
Term of lease. Twenty-one (211
j ears from April 3, iSn'J.
Tho Lessee will be allowed to wa
ter stock on the reserved mnl.nl poi
tlnn of the said land of ICcilaloloa.
Tho Lessee will bo required to con
struct n lawful fence on tho bound
ary between the pieinUoa and til"
iiljolulng 11 rest Reserve, nml mnln
tnln snll : i.e. .i-i'lng the term of
The I.eM-ee will bo prohibited from
overstocking the premises.
llescrvntlons regnidlng land ic
qulred for Settlement, Itecliimntlon.
itid (or) public purposes, together
with rights-of-way to mid from snld
land, will be embodied In tho lease
of the prcmli'es.
For maps mid further particulars
apply at the olllie of the undersigned,
Judiciary llulldlng. Honolulu.
.IAS. W. PRATT.
Commissioner of Public Iinds.
Dated nt Honolulu, February -'.".
2IC Feb 27. Mnr 0, 13, 20. 27.
$25,000. For Fair
ii.it.il inn urn it Mt.ftvi.il.... fn
the appropriation of' JSIi.noo .from PrOlTlOtiOn COIDiTlittee IS
me Treasury 10 ueirny me cosi oi
Hawaii's exhibit nt tho Alaska-Yukon SBIldlnff YiBWS TO
unanimously. Thero was not a ills- M o j n 1 3 nfi
BVllllIIK tUHU WilL'll klU Ul H1IS
Ilouso lllll No. 12, appropriating
120,000 to defray tlio expenses
. .a ,i .. ... IIU I'Vlllfc rv.ui.ini UIVi
n . i, , ... ICSB "119 T mainland by the Haw
stlngu shed cimemons shall v Isll c6mmllt(u Kvcry nl
Pictures of the d"Coruted vehicle
.. Vitnt, t..tr .iip, I.. .1... Ilr.r'il imrnill
llf I ' ' '
iiru living PV.IIli'l lui inuaiii.tiBi u.vi ...v
If you are start
inK in houie
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
h o u s ekeeping
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
inzlno of any linporiancu, ns, well as
i other periodicals, nml all of tho prln
Hawaii this ycinus Ilia guests of tho
Territory, was nlso p&tiHfd on Us
uiiru i-enuing liiiniiiiiiousi-, imer ',,, ..,. r i,int. tin,
slight chango had beeii mado In tho ,.,. u,, ,,, ..,,., rr.n f .,.,-
wording. j , . ..,,.- olnn..i of tho floral na-
Ilouso lllll No. 20, providing for ,,,,..,.,, ,,..,. mis vear.
the payment of fees lo attorneys op-...... .,non w.. bu ,n,uIo t0 suunly all
pointed by the Court to dofend Indl- ,ib!icallons likely to ninko use of the
gent persons, passed Its Becond rend-, 1,(..,lroa. .I,,,. ins,irc a libera
lug und was referred to tho Judiciary jm,it of advertising for Honolulu
Committee. T,0 ,,10tou being cnt aro all 8x1
Ilouso lllll No. 29, providing for j inches in slzo und suitable for repri
the construction of roails"ovcr publlr junction. Though no charge Is mad
lands, was referred to the Committee if,r tho mints, tho Pioniotlon Comml.
Everything Tastes Better
Is used in making it
Ask for Alpine
5000. FOR KALIHI
fContinued From Ptre li
heads had exceeded their appropria
tions, but, on the other hand, ha did
i.ot feel Hint tho Legislature should
ho called upon, yenr nftcr yoar, to
nm Ice up Much deficiencies.
Maui Is Divided
Thu icport of tho Judiciary Com
mittee, favoring Houso lllll No. II,
which provides for it change in the
meeting date of tho .Maul Hoard of
Supervisors, blurted considerable dK-i
ciiRslon. Knudson moved Hint tho
lepoit bo adopted mid tho bill i uss
second reading. Coolho seconded the
Knlnmn was not satisfied that tho
piovlsions of tho bill wcro for tho
best Interests of tho county, howovcr,
nml asked that tho bill bo tabled un
til Maui could bo heard. from,
Cbellio objected strenuously to tho
Kal.ima motion, saying that tho
Houso bill bad an Important bearing
on a bill of hlu In tlio hands of Hki
Judiciary Committee. Knudsen sug
uai. ' ' I i :i
5 BOO House and Lot on Judd nr.
Huunnu. 02 x 42.
$300 nouse and Lot at Alewa, bo
low Judd St. 50x60.
SHOO House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BAROAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
on Public Lands.
Houso lllll No. 3C, amending thn
law governing tho Inheritance of Il
legitimate persons, was referred to
the Judiciary Committee
Delegate Kulu'o Endorsed -
House Concurrent Resolution No. 2'
endorsing Delcgato Kalnnlanuolc's
hill now before Congress giving tho
Legislature tlio authority to amend
tho Territorial land laws, was adopt
ed with a slight amendment In plirnso
Senate Concurrent Resolution No.
f, condemning tho bill now In Con
gress amending the Organic Act,
brought tip soiiio discussion. '
Knudsen wanted tho resolution re
ferrcd to tho Judiciary Committee for
consideration and report. President
Smith expressed tho ballot that such'
nn Important icsolutlon should not
bo put through without duo delibera
tion, and apparently favored Knud
Will Call Governor
Senator McCarthy felt that tho on-
tlio Sennto should discuss tho mens
lire, mid expressed tho bollof that,
W. C. Peacock & Co., ltd.,
needs constant attention to
keep it in the beet condition
and preserve its finish and
lee hearing all of Hi" expense, tho le
clplents aro at liberty, to turn them to
such financial gain as they may see fit
tlccretnry Wood lias had a series of
pictures mado of thu buadquartcrs nr
thn Promotion Committee. Tlicso pic
lures are all by llonlnu, and hand
sotnely mounted. They huvo been lab
oiled In gold letters nml will bo sent
to tho various Information bureaux
Chambers' of Commerce, and Hoard
of Trndu throughout tho country, to
glvo nn Idea of the amount of business
Which the local "boosting bureau car 1
Mr. and Mrs.
ING, and otlf
a imants r,u.cM,
tl KINO ST.,
arc raade to meet every con
dition to which floors, furni
ture, or woodwork may come.
If your woodwork is in poor
condition, whatever the
cause, these preparations will
greatly improve it.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S KTiTO ST. JX0NE
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
cacity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, sir
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and teats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Meal Work and Plumbing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST.
TUB CI.AUDlNi:, having aboard the
members of Company I, N. (1. II., of,
Wiilluku, In command of Captain Hal.
Balled )cHtrdny afternoon at C o'clock
for Wallnku. Maul. Tho whnrf was
tliinuged with friends, Tin) Hawaiian'
bind plaed several selections for thu
benefit of tho passengers.
P. H. BURNETTE,
Attorney-at-Law for the District
CouiU; Notary Publio; Draws
Mo'rtnees. Deeds. Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
Orders for Live Stock
C. H. BELLINA leaves fox S. F.
rtb. 27. All orders left with him
will receive careful attention.
TUB MATH, four pnllorH nml the
cook of tho biirk Mohican ' which, will
be held here, wero p.ilil olT osterduy
afternoon by tho Shipping Commit
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r ,! 't ir.?,""C"rl "riCoast at the expense of tho Matson
v "-"'. " " "' " i"'-,.m,,
cr to call tho Governor before It and
ask him to state, his position. Clill-
llngwotrh agreed with McCarthy.
It was finally decided to defer no
tion In tho matter until next Tues
day morning, when. Immediately aft
er the reading of tho minutes. It will
be taken up by tho Sennto' ns a Com
mittee of tho Whole.
Action on Senate lllll No. 51, re
lating to tlio appointment of Com
missioners of Public Instruction, and
fixing tho dtiln upon which they
shall jticot, was laid over until Mon
day, that tlio Hdiicatlon Commltleo
might huvo time to confer with thu
.Senators from tho different Islands
mid decide upon the mealing data
which would generally bo most nc
coptublo to all.
Tho Sennto adjourned until 10
o'clock Monday morning.
TIIH I.l'MllBU scbooaor llobeit
Lewers, which completed discharging
her cargo at tho fort of Kurt btreot,
will go off the port toiiay, prepaiatory
to returning to drays Harbor. Captain
Meyers lb on his first trip to tho Is
Bulletin Business Offioe Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phons 185.
Vou Want Electrio Wiring Done ot
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIO CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
Fried Chicken and
on Special Order
The Manhattan Cafe
Heals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and' Queen 8U., Ponolnln.
Tel 410.' George G.'Gcila, Oen. Mgr.
Dlank hooks of nil sorts, lodgers,
etc., manufactured- by tho nuilotln
Furnished rooms J I week up; nlco
front room 2. Apply l'JSO Tort St.
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST. EW" BULLETIN AD8 pY
Lnuhala. Mats 3-t In. vvldo brnld,
11. GO a foot; 1 1-1 in. wide braid,
jlo foot. Inquire of Sonntor John
T. Ilrown, Sonata Chamber.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts,
Horse, Hariiess and
For Sale, Guaranteed,
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new plaoe and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon,
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU:
185 editorial rooms 250 busl
r.ess office. These sre the telephone
numbers of the Dulletln office.
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