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EVENING nULLETlN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY MAR. 3, 1900. ,
MASONIC ft Tim
1 WEEKLY GAIEKDAR
Lcl Aloha Chapter No, 3, O
Leahl Chapter No. 2, O
Aloha Temple Regular,
7:30 p. m.
All visiting members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodget
UAKMONY. LODOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Mceti eveiy Monday evening it
7:30 In J. O. O. I' Hall. Tort Street
: 11. 1II:nI)11Y. Secretary
I- V ICKB. N O.
All vlsltlug brother very cordlallj
0A1IU LODGE, No. 1, K. of
Meet every first and third Frl
Jay evening at 7.3U In K. of I'. Hall,
corner Kort and lleretanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to attend
r it Nuur.Ni, c c.
It UOSMNU. K n. s.
HONOLULU L0DOE 010, B. P. 0.
Honolulu Lodge No. 016, 11. 1. O
E., will iiuit In their hall on Kin
near Ton Stront evary Friday oven
Uy onter of the B. n.:
HGNKY C. EASTON,
VM. 11. McINEUNY, E. K.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODOE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at T.30 o'clock In 1C. of V.
Hall, cor. l'ort and lleretanla Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. 1'. M. McGKEW, C O.
E. A. JACOUStiX, K. It. S.
B0N0LULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on thn 2nd and 1th WK.D
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In IC. of I'. llnll, corner
Oerctanta and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
tend. W. L. ritAZKE, W., Trest.
II. T. MOOHE. Becy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights ol
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
llally Invited to attend.
OHO SANDHRSON, Sachem
11. V. TODI), C of It
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a bos
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
All kinds in rolls and sb:ett.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and (lueen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel 410. George Q. Gnila, den. Mri
Purest Tlavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
CONTRACTOR end BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
Wank hooka of ull rorts, ledRori,
etc , manufactured hy tho liiillolln
is a neces
sity en a tour
It is batter to
b: sure than
tion of acci
dents is not
and when they
happen a cure
in hand is
worth two in
a drug store.
Sec our kits.
is written on every piece of
"1835" Silverware we sell.
We Carry It In
Three Beautiful Patterns
Our (ruarnntce C0s with
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
At a Discount
are just as easy to. get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
. THE PAINTER
Elite Rui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDO., PORT ST.
FOR YOUR VALENTINE
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORLEST, HOTEL Y0UNQ Bid
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At AH Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOAR8,
W. 0, BERQIN, Proprietor.
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office tiii
residence, RINQ UP 857,
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
1283 Miller St.
M. P.. BE SA
185 editorial rooms 25G busl
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
fc Benson, fc
- H Smith & Co., Ltd., H
P. Hotel & Fort Sts. M
I Irp (ream I
u and I
I Pastry I
H THE BEST EXTANT.
I Palm Cafe, I
I HOTEL NEAR UNION. I
LOCAL , AND GENERAL
Hello Oct Sullivan's hack, 290.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
Have you cleaned your sidewalk
this morninjc? If not, why not?
Tiro Hoard or Agriculture ami for
estry will meet this nftcrnoon at 3
Somo now styles In Panama hats for
salo nt Expert Hat Cleaners. Kort St.,
opp. Club Stables. Hats cleauca.
The executive committee of the He
publican party held a caucus thtt af
ternoon In the office of N. Fernandez.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will bo surprised nt Its cooling
and prcsorvattvo properties California
Feed Co.. bgents.
Meet your friends at Royal Annex.
City and County Attorney Cnthcart
nml Hoad Supervisor Cummins held
a consultation In regard to the busl
iicfs of the road department.
Supervisor Cox was n caller on
Mayor Kern this afternoon on olflclnl
business The subject of their con
ference was not ascertainable.
Editor Soga of the Nlppu JIJI. the
organ of the high-wage agitators, has
employed Attorney I.lghtfoot to rep
resent him In a libel suit which Is
pending In tho Circuit Court,
A lurnislivit room with priuilo lam
Ily Is ndertlscd for rent.
Taney embroidered hosiery nt half
prlco at Killers' noxt week.
Order otir delicatessen from the
Metropolitan Meat Co , Ltd l'liono 13
flo ,u Levy's fcr groceries Tho fin
est fancy and staplo groceries always
on hand. Prompt, rareful delivery to
all points of tho city. Phono 70.
Don't Keep putting It on" get that
Victor now. There will bo no trot.ble
in pnjlng for It on our easy payment
plan llcrgstrom Music Co, Ltd.
Let us do jour developing and print
ing Wo will make ou n sepia bro-
mldo enlargement from one of your
small negatives that will surprise )ou
Tho Alexander Young Cnfo Is thn
best-appointed Cafo In town, and the
(service and cnuslnc nre excellent. Pop
ular prices prevail. Try a lu'ich or
Tho best beer t-i drink hero Is the
beer that Is brencd and ngsd In Ho
nolulu, under tliQ proper climatic con
ditions. It ghes It a quality that tells
In tho flavor. Ask for Prlmo Uccr.
That tho Supervisors will not re
treat from tho stand thoy have taken,
hut will seek to get n hill through the
Legislature, legalizing nil thoy have'
done, Is the opinion of at least one
member of the Hoard. The Supervi
sor In question declined to bo quoted,
but expressed a belief that legislative
relief would bo sought.
That today's meeting mjry bo pro
ductive of more than u little, excite
ment Fccms certnln. Tho Mayor, with
the decision of tho Supremo Court be
hind him, Is likely to hold out for
what he considers his, whllo tho mem
hers of tho Hoard arc unwilling to
givo In and admit their defeat.
PRAYER MAY OPEN
(Continued from Pare 1)
that's another matter; but as it Is, ho
Is my man."
"Are )ou not then Ignoring the de
cision of the Supreme Court?" naked
"Well, I will not discuss that Just
at present. I have my own opinion,
but I do not care to divulge It now,"
Supervisor Cox, tho quietest man
on the Hoard, stated that ho was not
In position to say for or against Wil
son. Ho would not even discuss tho
position ot roan supervisor from n
political btandpoint, anil preferred to
say nothing at all previous to the
Supervisor Qulnn, chairman of tho
Road Hoard, could not ho scon this
morning, but the facts are that he
Is strongly opposed to tho appoint
ment of Wilson, a Democrat, as roud
supervisor. Ho Intends, It Ib said, to
disapprove any man, appointed by tho
Mayor, unless such appointee bo a
At any rate, tho trouble In the road
department will, It Is believed, ho set
tled today. It is pretty certain that
that David Crownlnborg, tho present
assistant road supervisor, will bo ap
pointed by the Major to succeed Cum.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Co.,
62 S. KINO ST. PHONE S2S.
THE BEST "UTTERS" IN TOWH.
READY TO INAUGURATE
WASHINGTON, I). C, March 2 -One hundred thousand visitors
have arrived In the city, which Ih brilliantly Illuminated. President Roo
sevelt nttended his last Cabinet dinner
HAUlUSHtmO, I'd, March 2 -tlcoigo Oliver Iras been elected
succeed Knox as United States Senator.
IIEIIMN', Germany. March 2,
mjjjj.js.jrjjaiiii i '. -it .
"The Man Withthe Hoe"
If In ths city, call at
125-127 MA&EST ST.
Opp. Junction with California
SPECIAL LAND TAX BILL
(Continued from Per tl
In question from one docket, closed,
to another docket, current, which
snlil amount of una hundred dollars
wiir thereafter paid out In excess of
tho true nnd correct balauco of ac
count, which stild overpnjmcnt was
mndo during the jenr 1898 hut was
not discovered until nlno cars there
after, to-wlt: In tho 5 car 1907; nnd,
"Whereas, tho Territory was not
nnd Is not now a party concerned In
tho said orpanicnt, the loss thcrii
bylncurred being solely related to
said Cleric of tho Judiciary Depail
ment on the ono hand ns depositary,
and litigants on the other hand as
sole owners of the deposits mndo by
them with said clerk, subject to costs
of court thereafter to nccruo. And,
"Whereas, the said clerk endenvor-
ed In good fnlth tn use the principal
(deposits) belonging as aforesaid to
tho litigants hy putting a portion of
tho same mil nt Interest to ho earned
so as to cnnblo him to restore said
deposits or principal to their original
status; but that in his efforts sn tn
do he was overruled hy tho Auditing
Department of the Territory, which
clnlmed that any Interest earned
from and out of litigants' deposits
must nccruo nnd bo credited solely
to tho Territory without allowing
any pnrt of tho samo towards recoup
ment of said deposits by reason of tho
overpayment ns aforesaid. And
"Whcrens, the firm of lawyers to
whom the money was paid nnd by
whom tho money was settled to their
client, hnsdlssolved, ono mcinbor
thereof having loft tho Territory nnd
no cqunl contribution from all ot tho
members can bo had In respect of
said overpayment, nnd that hy reason
thereof. said cleric Is remediless tn
euunllzo among them their responsi
bility cis tn said overpayment.
"Thercforo he It Hesolved hy tha
Senate, Thnt tho Judiciary Commlt-
How Progressive Tax Scheme Works Out
STATEMENT 8HOWING NUMBER OF TAX PAYERS AND AMO'JNT OF ASSESSMENTS FOR THE YEAR 1508, OF INCOME TAX.
SHOWING WHAT PROGRESSIVE TAX WOULD BRING ABOUT.
SCOOO and under
Over J6000 to $10,000
0ur S10.000 to S1S.000
Out 115,000 to 1125 000
0er S25.000 to 150,000
Oxer $50,000 1,0 $100,000
$100,000 and aboo
loss $500 additional exemption
Annual net Incroaso
nt tho home of Secretary Strait,
Scrvla continues tho mobilization of
M - . '
Our new general Catalogue is now
ready for mailing and will be found
of (Treat value to the planters of
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue is tht finest wo
have ever issued and will be mailed
G, C, MORSE & GO.
free to all who writ us.
Whon writing address us nt
62 JACKSON STREET
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.
tee be directed to Investlgnto this
matter; tn hear the said Clerk of the
Judiciary Department and the Tcrrl-
torlnl Auditor, In regard to what
they wish to any concerning tho nint-
tern hcielu referred to, nnd to rcpoit
such recommendations ns It may seo
fit and proper to make In tho prem
House lllll No. ii, relative tn tho
Inheritance of Illegitimate persons,
which amends thn present law by
providing that such Inheritance may
Kl to a brother or sister of such de
ceased person, was reported favor
ably hy the Judiciary Commlttco nnd
passed second rending. Chairman
Kmidscn of the commlttco spoko nt
length In favor of the hilt.
Scnnto Hill Nu. 3!i, providing for
the service of processes In actions
against corporations, was reported
favorably by tho Judiciary Commlt
tco In nn amended form. Chairman
Knudscn explained thnt tho amend
ments did not chnngo tho Intent nt
tho bill, which his committee consid
ered u very necessary dne.
Exempt From Poll Tax
House Hill No. in, providing that
any person who-ic Income Is less than
StiOrt a cnr, nnd who has six or moro
legitimate children under the ago of
eighteen .cnrs, shall be exempt from
pn)lng poll tax, was referred tn tho
Ways and Means Committee.
House Hill No. -7, reducing the
prlco of tho Hcvlscd l.nws ot tho Ter
ritory to JS a volume, was nlso rofer
leil to the Vajs and Means Commit
tee House Hill No. "7, amending tho
taxation laws, was referred tn tho
New Judicial Circuits
Senator 'Makeknu Introduced n hill
amending the law dividing tho Tcni
tory Into Judicial circuits, nnd allot
ting tho circuits ns follows-
"Tho Vlrst Judicial Circuit Is tho
Island of Oahu and nil that portion
Ut Division 2nd Division 3rd Division 4th Division All Divisions
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83 p S3 P 83 P S3- P ,, 3 vx
So ' So no no o " NC " S
3S H 3 - H 3" -t 3" H S - oww
no o " "o "a 5 i"3 nH 2n"
r $1,387,038.50 230 $ 18fi,035.O0 380 $330,210.00 181 $178,128.1111 2452 $2,087,441.50 $41,7)8 83 $20 874,41
f 55'.',5r.7,B0 G 35,002.00 12 82,013.00 .' 37,418.30 'JU 707,00100 11,158.02 7,011.20
L 250,050.01 7 7G.712.00 2 20,150.00 3D 352,242.00 7,014 81 4 1S8.03
I 207,370 00 1 17,1110.00 2 42,225.00 I 80,180.00 21 413,721.00 8,274.48 5 911,'JS
) C-C2.S50.0O 0 211 003,850.00 13,277.00 1 1, S 1(1.21
. 1,183,300.00 1 08,38200 ,1 87,811.00 1 '01.70850 10 1,101,201.50 28.0f5 2-I 22 805 53
i 0,702,102.50 1 1,222,700 00 1 113,132 30 28 8,008,301.00 101,300.02 281,082 01
1821 $11,000,377.50 238 $1,529 825 00
IN FOREIQN PORTS
Wednesday, March 3.
SAI.IN'A CltUZ-Sailed Kcb. 27:
8, R. Virginian, for San Francisco
SAUNA CIIU7. Arrived Kcb, 27:
S S, Mexican, from llllo Kub. 13.
SAN KKANCISCO Sailed March 2:
llktite. S. Q. Wilder, for Honolulu.
HONOH'U Sailed March 3:
Schr. Defender, for San Krnnclsrn
SAN KKANCISCO Arrived Mar. 3:
M. N. S, S, llllonlnn, from Honolulu
Till: MIKAHALA returned this
morning from Knunl, bringing as her
enrgo FiOOO bags of sugar, 6 bundles
hides, 37 empty wine casks, 14 empty
beer barrels, 87 bngstaro, 43 logs
wood, 2 empty gas drums, 02 pack
ages sundries. Ono "f the lady piis
sengers, a llawnllnn-born Clilnciie,
who came down tndny, will bo mar
ried to n well-known Chlneso clerk In
todn Purser Chancy reports thn
following Rirgnr on Knnal, awaiting
shipment: V K, 2A00, K. S. M., 1,-
000; W., 3200.
DIES AT HMKUAPOKO
Tho Ilev. Edward HecKwIth, a well
known knmaalna, died this morning
nt linmnkuapoko, Maul. The deceas
ed clergyman was pastor of Pnla
Church at tho time of his death. At
one time he was president of Punnhou
College and Inter on pastor of the
Central I'nlon Church In this city.
8000 LETTERS TELL
(Continued from Pr W
mltteo como In for ntleiitin.i Tho de
mand from 'Southern California has
been enormous, nnd tho Secretin hiif
found It dinictilt tn nuko tho cuppl;
of literature keep up with the dennnd
Another consignment ol circulars
treating of Hawaii as n place for stlid
cud research work, was mailed to edu
calors thioiighout tho country.
"We nro not relaxing our activity .In
any way, said Sooietary ll r. wood
this morning. "On tho oilier hand, ns
wo begin tn sc-u our efforts bringing
lorth it-suits, wo nro Increasing uur
"I have received Infnriinllon liull
eating that every steamer nirlvliiK
hero from tho Pacific Cn.isl dining thlr
month und the next, will bo bonked t.
"Although tho movement Hnw.ill
ward Is pretty general. It Is from tin
Pacific Coast, from Southern Call for
nla, nnd from tho Northwest that wv
aro drawing tho biggest part of our
visitors. Wo aro ulso getting many
tourists f i om Hurnpo though "
DULLETIN ADS PAY -RJ
of the Island of Moloknl commonly
known ns tho Leper Settlement or tho
County of Kalawao, and nil other Isl
nnds belonging tn tho Tenltorj of
Hawaii nut hereinafter mentioned.
"Tho Second Judicial Circuit in
cludes tho Island of Maul, Moloknl
(except thnt portion of the Island of
Moloknl known ns tho Leper Settle
ment or the County of Kalawao), nml
tho Islands of Lnnul, Kuhooluwc, mid
"The Third Judicial Circuit In
eludes the Districts of Ilnmuhiin,
North Kohnla, South Kohnla, North
IConn, nnd South Koua, of the Isl
and nf Hawaii.
"Tho Fourth Judicial Circuit In
cludes tho Districts of North llllo,
South Hllo, Puna, nnd Kail, of the
Island of Hawaii.
"Tho Fifth Judicial Circuit In
eludes the Islands nf Knunl and Nil
Tho bill was referred In tho Print
At 10:40 o'clock tho Senate took n
recess until '2 o'clock this afternoon.
109 $7C8,S33.50 201 $393,185 00 20C9
Wednesdny, March 3.
8tmr. Mlknhala, Pedcrson, from
Kauai, n. in.
Tuesday, March 2.
T. K. K. S. S. NInon Jlnni, for San
Kranclsco, C p. tn.
C.-A. S. S, Makura, Tor .Vnncouur,
I p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahnh, for Moloknt ami
Maul ports, R p. in. ,
Stmr Klnnu, for Kauai ports, 5 p. Jit.
Wednesday, March 3.
O. S. S. Alameda, Dowdell, for San
r'mnclsco, 10 a, in.
Stmr. Clniidlno, llennctt,
mil Maul, n. m.
j PASSENGERS ARRIVED
' Per stmr. Mlkahala. l'ederson, from
Kauai, Morch 3. Cnpt. Moshcr, Mrs.
.Moslfcr, T Konmtsn, K. Tiikata. C. 11.
Andrews, Ilev Y. C. Kim, Mm. I).
Shefon, Mnster Mossiunli, 1'iuil Knlil
bninn, II, A. Jaeger, T Cinwford, Tuck
Snug, M Osnkl, ll'cv Pntwlno. Mlsrt
long Slug nnd Miss Hing Mol an.) 3
I PA83ENQER8 DEPARTED
For San Francisco, per 8. S. Ala
meda, March .1. Mrs. Aldrldga and In
fant. Miss I). Hernard, V. II. Hontli,
Prank Hoiirn, Mrs. Hoiirn, W It. Col
bert, A. Dosircz, Mlsa 8. Hack. J. K.
Klood. Miss Pox, Mis, W. M. (llffnnl.
Mr. Hallock, Dr. H. T Hollinan, Mrs.
(tollman, C. S. I.ott, Hay Mayes, J.
diiynatd, Jr., W. II. Moody, Mrs.
Moody, Mr. Morso, Mis. Morse, 13. O.
IrCoy. Mrs. McCoy, Perry I,. McDcr
nott. II. Cl.'McPherson, W. O. McPhcr-
on. P. A. Mcttne. Mrs. Osborne, V. O.
ftelchllng, W. H. Ilnuntreo, Miss H.
lussell, Mr. Reynolds, Mrs. Reynolds,
I. S. Schenck. Mrs. SchenckTH. Segel
(en, Mrs. Sheldon, R. C. Phcldon, HI
itlns R. Shnw, C. N, Splero. II. H. Wil
son, C. A. Welsh. Mrs. Welsh, W. II.
Mclnerny, W. Wrnngel.
Per stmr. Klnaii, for Kauai, Mar. 2
p. m A. 8. Wilcox ami wire, miss
Kthel Wilcox, Hong Chock flco. Apuo.
S, Dolo, It. A. Kcarns. Mrs. Jaeger
For Japan, per S. 8. Tenvti Mnru,
March 5. Miss I). Orecr. Miss l
Trlmper. !. L. Coos nnd wife. Mllliin
Heed, William .1 Coulter. Miss II.
Krupp, Miss D.inford, Miss Madge Me
Candless, Miss (llndys Lnhereo, Prof.
Penck mid son, II F. Isenbcrg, F. (1.
U. Walker, Mrs. O. K. Usworth, Mrs.
II. II. Uswnrlh, Mrs. Frances 11. Swan.
Mls Frances Zerrupcr. Frank Ilnyer
nnd wife. Miss I. Hodden. Mrs. A. M.
Kliilu, Mrs, M. Slclnmoer, Mrs. H.
Hummei, K. Tnkngl, K, Siikniuntn.
ACCORDING TO advices received
here, tho keel of a new steamer for
llio Mntsnii Navigation company has
nlrendy begun nt tho New pint News
tlilpliiilldlug ards. Chief Hngliuor
Marker Is superintending the work,
which. It Is said, will cost about
$1,000,000. Tho vessel will bo com
plcted In December.
Till: SinnillA Is due lunriho rroii'.
Japan ncM Monday morning wllh
about lliOO tons of freight for this
port. She will hao loom fur 125 pas
seligurs finm Honolulu.
AFTHR A FASSAOi: nf tnont-flv
das f i inn Port Towimeml, tho schoon
er S. C. Allen arrived josleidny wllh a
fill I loud nf lumber for tho local lum
ber dealt rs.
BULLETIN ADS PAY HQ
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc
Motor, $175, Complete.
TIE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
Kin St onrv-N'V Sontfi R
$13,097,721.00 $273,054.42 $304,350.10
$ 12,000 00
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