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Kvr.Nisn nui.tXTiN, Honolulu, t. ii.. Tiiwnsn.w, MM. tl, 1099.
$0 Boots For $6
TO CLEAR OUT STOCK
For two week only, wc will sell
this ?9 loot for .$0. Two fine lines
in Tnn and one in Black.
This is the boot for hard wear;
nnJ it's n comfort to those whose du
ties are in the open.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
Molnerny Shoe Store
HONOLULU STOCK FXCHAHRE
HONOLULU. March 11. 1919
Bga8aCTKiagcign!rFii in i
Lamb, Mutton, Rabbits
IN PINE CONDITION, OH ICE. EX MAKURA. NOT TOO
MUCH NOR TOO MANY. BETTER ORDER TODAY.
f Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
& Plione 45
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lie KTft I Co Com
Mliiunl Tlrp1inif Co
Naliikv Rubber Co,
Nahiku KublrCo Aw.
()ahu k Ik I. Co..
ItiloK K Co,
HwHn PI mptilc Co.
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Iliw Gov't j pc
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I lUwCnm ASuc CosfC
niwsunr lo pc...
hlllo KCo Con 6 ic
I HottaktaSugii co Cpc.
I Hon RTA lTuAiic
Kahuku P.int Co pc.
Oihu R & LCo6ic ..
Oihu Stijcr Co i p c . .
Qla SuKrCo 6 pc
Pie- Sujt. Mill Co, t
Knit "UiffMiu.iCo ....
Plotiwr Mill Co 6pc
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T'S all ready for you a new, hand
some suit; and a smart stylish
overcoat; .made for us, to sell to
Hart Schaffner & Marx
who make the ' best clothes in the
world. We've provided for all sorts of
appetites in clothes; 'we know we've
got what you'll like.
Single and double brc&sUd suits; with patch, and plain
and plaited, and buttoned poeltets; overcoats in all styles
long, medium, box and form-fitting; all sorts of good
things. Beady for you. Blui and black suits a specialty;
Prince Albert, full dresi, Tux:do.
T li I B slum I h tlm Iidiiio n(
I In t ScliafTner & Mnrx clotlirs
KING STREET near-FORT.
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- HinJili1.il 4: Uii itcYl.,t rr
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Sales Ilvtwvrn Ilnanlx' 26 Wiila
Inn. 1SS.50; CO Ki-kaha. $16S.S. 8c
tlon: S3 Olnn, J 1.75.
Latest sugar quotgatlon 3.803 cents
or $76.06 per ton.
Beets, IDs, 4 !-2d
Henry Waternousa Trust Co.,
Members Honolulu Stocx and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
JrXT TO viUNn RLDO. 17S.10.) KINO nHEET PHONE IV?.
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Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCEFIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTOTR SEWALL &. CO.. Bsth. Maine:
PARR0TT & fi0 Sm rrancisco.
Good Folks TaRe ,
it's a Good Sign .
If it's painteC by
Thr Paint Shon
154 Sing Si
Honolulu Construction and Diaying Co.,
PRONE, UFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3, Irwin & C ltd. '
Ve do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Bock, White anil
Black Sand, Broken Corel, Garden Soil. Etc SAFE MOVINO A SPF
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 r.t Eulletin office.
1041 SO. KINO ST..II0N0LULU, T.II.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FOUT mid KINO Sts., H-onoluIu.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
inent of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
Old Koua Coffee
Fresh every day. Phone 22.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
(Continued from Pais 1)
as UiiviiileU liy Art Hi! uf lliu HcBulon
I.UWB uf 19U7, lu liurvby nmvnileil no ns
In rvml ns fdlluwa:
"Hecllim 14181'' Mcrclianillvu Ilnik
ore. IJvi'ry punioii, firm cir corKira'
t Ion eiiKnucil In the liimliicas of IniyInK,
H'llln;,-, or HOllcltliiK (inlvre for kooiU,
wari'H or murclinmllHO, vllliur oil com
iiiIskIiiii hb lirokur. iiRont nr salesman
for either the owner or coiihIkik-o,
Bhnll pay nn nnmiiil llcente feu of eIx
hiimlieil (JfiWl) ilollarH. l'rovlileil.
however, that this section nlinll nut qji
ily to any icron, firm or eorixiratlon
eiiKageil Kolely In Intorxtulo coimnorCD
or emiiloyeil noleIy liy tho Unlteil
"Section 2. Tills, Art shall tu1o ef
fect from nml after tho date of llx up-lirovnl."
llouuo Hill No. 18, prnvlilitiE for
tho appointment nml removal at Din-
tile t Magistrates, evoked prolonged
illctiHfloii. The lilll, itH amended by
tho Semite Judldary Committee, pro
lden that none hut licensed practl
llonura uhull he appointed n District
MiiRlstrate hy tho Chief Justice.
Senator Coullio started the hall roll
Iiik for tho opposition, when he asked
to have stricken out that section re
ferring to licensed practitioners,
chilniliiK thnt In many districts It
would ho Impossible to sccuro a duly
qualified )nw)er to net as District
MaKlstrato. He further said that, In
many districts, tho oltlco Is now hold
hy Hawullans who, though not quail
fled to pass the bar examination, are-
better fitted to handle tho cases
which come, before them than n man
from the outside would bo, oven were
ho an attorney-fit-law.
Smith Is Opnosed
Konutor Smith turned tho Chair
over to Vice President Kalama und,
descending to the floor, delivered nn
extended talk on the subject. Ho said
that character should he tho first
consideration fn n District Magistrate
lather than mere technical knowl
edge of the law, and that, In sparsely
settled districts, ho believed Hint It
would bo hotter to have an honest,
upright layman than an attorney on
whoso chaiucter there might be a
Owing to the scarcity nf attorneys
In some of the dlstilcts, he felt that
the Chief Justli'o might somv.times bo
greatly embarrassed In IiIh choice of
man to Mil tho berth of Magistrate, J
wcro lie limited to men licensed to j
practice In the courts,
Mnkekuu tried to stop the discus
sion by rnlslng n point of order, hut
Kiilamn ruled that Smith wih within
Ills rights, and nltowcd the discussion
to go on.
smltli ended Ills talk with n mo
tion to lay the bill on the table. On
h oto being taken, the motion was
Bill Is Passed
The vote on the motion to pass
was then called nnd, by the follow
ing vote, tho bill passed third read
ing: Ayes Ilakcr, Drown, Chllllug
worth, Harvey, Knudsen, Mnkekuu,
McCarthy, Moore, Qiilnn Kohlnsou,
nnd Wood. Noes C'oellio l'alrthllil,
Knlnmn, and Smith.
Juvenile Court Bill
The Juvenile Court IUII passed the
upper chnmher by iinauluious consent
on Its third reading. The bill enmo
up from the House und was favorably
reported by tho Judiciary Committee.
II was slated for Its third rending
veftteriluv nfternrHin. lint nwliur In
tush of business It was allowed to go'
over until today.
When tho roll was called on tho
ote, there was not the least hesita
tion on the part 6f liny of the Sena
tors, nnd the bill passed Its third
Senate lllll No, 3, providing for
the establishment of a hospital ut
I.ahalna ,Maul, did not fare so well.
Tho Health Committee, to which tho
bill had been referred, amended it In
mi inuny particulars thnt It was prac
tically a new bill which mado Its
uppenranco on the floor.
One chango Incorporated was thnt
In cases where no pabllc hospital may
exist, the Supervisors shnll have tho
power -to mnko arrangements with
private Institutions for tho handling
of the Indigent sick.
Senator Itobluson objected to this
provision, nnd fought tho matter with
unusual vehemence. I'alrclillil tried
to pour oil on tho troubled waters
and endeavored to show HobliiBon
that ho was a little mistaken In tho
conclusion which ho had diawu,
Itoblnson was obdurate, however.
so on motion of Senator Coelho, the
amended bill was referred to the Ju
diciary Committee fur elucidation
nnd correction on points of law.
Kalama piesented four petition?,
signed hy voters of Maul, protesting
iigalnst any change In the existing
liquor law. The petitions were laid
on the table to bo considered with
Tho' following hills passed third
Houso Hill 17, tax appeals; House
Dili HI, Juvenile Cuuit; House lllll
Gl, substitute olllrers; Houso Hill
C'J, coiporatlon charters; House lllll
C3, trials by Jury.
House Hill No. IS, regulating tho
manufacture of pul, passed second
House lllll A4, Inheritance tax,
went to the Judiciary Committee.
At 11:30 o'clock tho Senate toulc
n leccss until - o'clock this afternoon.
During her stay In Honolulu, tho
Hrltlsh warship Cambrian will bo
open to public Inspection on Thurs
day nnd Sunday afternoonB. Tho
hours uf Inspection, Including this
afternoon, are from 1:30 to 0 o'clock.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Bulletin Want Ads. will do all
that publicity can do toward finding
work for workers.
Hello Oct Sullivan'- hack. 290.
'Iiu good mini hacks. I'nonu U.
Have lunch at the Royal Annex.
About setcnty-ttui Jacklcs from II.
M. S. Cambrian were on liberty Inst
Mrs. Kcarns makes nnd packs Ha
waiian preserves; they nro line. Tuku
some, home. "
Inter-Island and O. It. & U shipping
looks for sutu ul the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
olllco, CO each.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You ft III bo surprised at Its rooliug
and preservatho properties California
Keod Co.. Kgents.
Prank I. Sefrlt, general manager of
the Salt IJiko Tribune und Telegram,
wife and little buy, nro nt the Pleas
anion. Oysters as you like them, in any
style, at the Royal Annex.
The llolo Ala i: club will travel up
Mnnnalua valley Saturday, stalling tit
8: IS n. in. from the end of tho King
stieet cur Hue.
What about your hat? It's time li
was seen to. Call on the Expert Hut
Clenncis. Work guaranteed. Port
St. opp. Club Stables.
The transport l.ogan sent In a wire
less Tuesday night, sajlng that slio
was then 1000 miles from Honolulu
nnd will bo hero Saturday morning.
Matthew Arnold, the author, was
dlscustcd nt tho meeting held last
night nt the Central Union church.
Mabel V.. lloshcr of Knwalnhao Semin
ary presided nnd music wan furnished
by the Knwaluhan dice Club.
The text of Immigration Agent .Trc
nor's cable to tho Tcnitorlul Hoard
follow?: "Parly shipment Portuguese
via Canadian Pacific prohablo; nr
lunge credit IliOl'O, nccouftt trans'pnr
tatlon, not Inter than March 17."
A special meeting of tho Ladles'
Auxiliary A. O. II., will be Ixld at tho
Catholic Mission Hull tomorrow (Fil
day) evening. All meinhora nro ur
gently requested to bo present ns Im
portnnt business will bo transacted.
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, will nildiess u public
meeting called by tho Merchants' As
snclatluu nt tho Commercial Club
rooms this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The
topic of his sieech Is to bo "Hono
lulu's Water. Supply."
Through tho courtesy of Mnjor Wnd
bams of Port Shutter, thu hospital
corps theru will give a practical dem
onstration of "Plrst Aid to tho In
jured." The Nurses Committee of the
Ited Cross Society of Hawaii first
mado the request of Major Wadhams
At tho meeting of tho trustees of
Ukj Chamber of Commeico yesterd.i
afternoon; n committee of thrco with
J. P. Morgan us Its chairman, was ap
pointed to look Into thu feasibility and
probable cost of tho proposed new
building for tho Honolulu Chnmher of
Thu dlieclnrs of tho Young Men's
Christian Association hao decided to
engage, a man, whoso duly would bo to
look after tho educational uart of thu
I Association work He will also hnvu
control of the night school, which is
being conducted under tho auspices of
tho Y. M. C. A.
Makes Electric Light so reasonable that no one ban
afford to be without it.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
All Roads Lead To
the place where the bcit soda water is made. We liavc the
place and the best aerated waters on oartli. There is no
greater variety or bettsr flavor and wc deliver to residences
promptly upon receipt of an order.
Consolidated Soda Water v orks Co., Ltd.
O. S. LEITHEAD. Manaccr. PHONE 71.
Thy Lenten Repast!
Burnham's Clam Bouillon, Eastern Oysters, Mackerel in Tomato, Ba
rntaria Shrimps, French nnd Holland Cheese, Lobsters, Olives, Imported
Dill Pickles, Little Neck Clams, Caviar, Beep Sea Crab Meat, Sardines,
Smoked Herring-, Smoked Salmon.
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.,
1G9 King- St. FOOD CATERERS. Telephone 240.
We are careful to deliver none but
the very purest and freshest milk. Our
customers arc all satisfied customers.
Milk for Babies a Specialty.
Pond's Dairy. Tel. 890
MAYOR PLANS TO CALL
(Continued from Page 1)
Just when lie will mako his visit
.Major Pern lius not decided, but It
will likely take place some time, to
moriow. Tho Major's Secictary will
go along to nsslst tho chief executive
In extending a welcome to the visit
Oovernor Prenr this morning call
ed on Cnptaln Vaughn Lowes of the
Hrltlsh riulser Cambrian, which ar
rived yesterday. Ho wns unattended
by members of his stuff and, on ie-i
turning, was t;leu a salute, I
A running-board nut of an automo
bile has been Inst. Return lo As
sociated tlurugu and receive in
PLAIN AND FIGURED BURLAPS A splendid new
assortment just arrived and opened up.
FLOSS PILLOWS, all sizes, NEW BATH MATS
RUNNERS, CENTERPIECES, and TABLE COVERS.
DRAWN - WORK Plain, Hemstitched, and Laco
trimmed, reflecting all the very newest ideas.
LADIES' PETTICOATS Black, Taffeta, a beautiful
BLACK HEATHERBL00M SKIRTS At different
NEW HEADWEAR FOR CHILDREN.
MUSLIN AND PI3UE HATS MUSLIN AND SILK
BONNETS, SUN BONNETS, plain and trimmed.
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