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KVKNlNd UMil.CTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAttCH 16, 1903. tU
Women's and Children's Shoes
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT is now under new management, and w have ordered
many lines of popular Shoes to come foiward. We are determined to clean
" up every broken lot in the department.
We Trill commence a Big Sale oil
Monday 'Morning, March JL5tn. ,
The prices marked should easily effect a speedy clearance of all lines. Values like
what we will offer are extraordinary Money-Savers.
The following are some of the bargains:
1 AT (55: LADIES' WHITE CANVAS OXFORD
TIES; regular price $1.75.
2 AT J?! .35: LADIES' CANVAS OXFORD TIES in
White, Elue, Lavender, and Green; regular
3 AT ?1.5: LADIES' WHITE CANVAS PUMPS,
with (jilt buckle, up-to-date styles in all sizes;
regular price $3,50.
4 AT $2. -13: LADIES' "SOROSIS" CANVAS TIES
AND PUMPS in nearly every color, plain and
embroidered vamps, light and heavy soles; reg
ular price $4.C0.
5 AT $1.75: LADIES' HAND-TURNED OOZE
PUMPS in Black, White, and Brown, with
white collar effect and bow; regular price $3.
C AT G5: LADIES' WHITE KID 1-STRAP SAN
DAL; regular price $2.00.
7 AT 05: LADIES' WHITE KID OXFORD TIE;
regular price $2.50.
8 AT 91.40: LADIES' BLACK KID OXFORD TIE,
all sizes 2'2 to 8; regular price $2.00.
0 AT $2.55: BROKEN LOT OF "SOROSIS" TIES
AND PUMPS in Patent and Black Vici Kid, in
French and Cuban Heels'; regular price $3.50
LOT 10 AT $2.05: LADIES' VICI KID FRENCH HEEL
TIES with Light, Hand-Turned Soles; regular
LOT 11 AT $2.00: LADIES' "SOROSIS" QUN-METAL
KID TIE; regular price $5.00.
LOT 12 AT $3.15: LADES' "SOROSIS" BLACK VICI
KID LACE SHOE with Low. French .Heel; reg
ular price $4.00.
LOr tt-AT $2.50: LADIES' "SOROSIS" LACE SHOES
in Patent Leather and Vici Kid, Cuban Heels,
"Broken Lois"; regular price $3.50 .tod $4.90.
LOT 14 CHILD'S BLACK KID TIES, with Pi
sizes 82 to 11, AT $1.20
MISSES' BLACK KID TEES, with Patent Tips;
sizes HV4 to 2, at $1.40
LOT 1340 PAIRS CHILD'S PATENT LEATHER OX
FORD TIES, slightly damaged,' if BO
AT 25 INFANTS' SOFT SOLES, in all colon rVyerth 50o
Every Lot la; d out on -tables and marked in plain figures
SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, 8 A.M.
(Continued1 from Pii U , ,
Muting all contracts entered Into by
Wrtue of lh6 old charters, was favor
ably reported by the Judiciary Cqm
mlltcc'and phased second reading
Scnato Hlil 63, providing that a
surely company shall, be BUfllclont
ltnn.1 In llminF fftlttlinrK. WAR faVOrahlV
repbrted and phsscil, second reading.
Tho following, bills were rcierrcu
tir. lift i Kn isr.'in thn Judi
ciary Committed: Senate ttlll'No. 91,
mllltla bill, lo.lho Military,. Commit
tee: Bertate Mill No 96.- rcjlcl ol J.
At Cummlni, lo the Judiciary Com
mlttccA Senator Kriudscn Introduced a bill
amending the law govorqW (ho stat.
ute ot' limitations. ,
'Senator Kalrthlld did not sign the
.!. itM. lUnta tltwt Alftflnfl (1(1111-
IVJtVll Ul HSU o ! ---
mltlee, btllevlng h'lmslhr bound-.by
his pledge to oppose any change In
the liquor law. Tho ropert tms morn-
!, tm.1 in ftn ttrllli''Riirnllpfl Oh bondfl
nhil wa Introduced attho rcaucst of
trust companies. t
HousevUlll.i7 Is the measure- drawn
..it in rntrillnlA .thftatleftfl lubor CatnDS
primarily.'' Though, It gives, author
ity to. provide against air nuisances,
lls.maln object, Is to prevent tho en
croachment of the Oriental .labor
camp, or cheap lodging houqe, in res
idence districts. i ,
stfitcted to carry but all Instructions
relative; to this resolution from me
Speaker.!' .f r
Tho Finance Committee renuercu a
report on tho (tovertior's message, In
which It stated that by.cpmbfolpK sov
A,.i nf thn rintinrimrnls sad. turnlne
oor to tbo Counties aucluobllgatlons
as they can nnfl snnum,ossump a Brum,
reduction In the current appropriation
UHLcah bq effected.' A Boparate. appro
priation b( iylll bo Ijijrpdiicod after
nasi, action upon inn turreiu niuu
irlatlon bljl to brhiftbe total amount
..,1. ... hvallnlilk ln1nnf.iv
lllhlo Introduced a resolution for tho
appropriation oi io'"i ior wu am
structlon'or a breakwater near I-ao o
Kal&.'Kahana. Jaifiiapall. Maul, Shel
don wanted 15000 Tor tho extension of
thq walqrpjpo systom for tho Walhica
water worlds. ,. u..
It........ fct.ll dC lnlntllf.7irl hv Mnmitii
ul, frt prdyldo fdr'lndofprnjifnto soni
tonccs for certain felonies Was 'passed
,wi(nuui otuwrninuu jh ii ,. ,.!,"'
Whitney & Marsh
4 IN OUR
On MONDAY NEXT, 15TH INST., we will put on salo
12 One-Piece Suits
in Voiles, Henriettas, and Ladies' Cloth, VALUES UP TO
Sale Price, $10.50
H.Ji Jl 1.
SILK LISLE HOSE FOR MEN
PLAIN AND FANCY.
3 Pain, 50 cents; 3,Pairs, $1.00; 1 Pair, 5e cents; 1 Pair, 50 cents.
Tt. AHOY, Nuuann, below Hotel
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
Wo'tchos and lwcit-y':lp.ft for ro
parsvwlth tho" talo" ThomaaM'l'ulsiy
maybo'c'a'lled for at MJ-lUOounter'a.
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ASKS FOR HEARING
.-.I,!- nt Miiii Tnrrltorv nro nlrcady
1 overcrowded to a most nlarmlng ox
tent. Orcnt cxpnnsloiij. Increase In
teatlng capacity, and In tho number
of teachers, Is needed. Tlieso .cnn-
Talca Laxative Brom6tQunin
tLAmnnw if it fails tO'CWC.
EW. Grove's. signature' is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO. 6t. Loul,'U. S. A,
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BUILT FOR SERVICE
Most refriccrator companies, throuph a short-sighted
policy, turn out cheap ice boxes by the hundred at bij;
are all carefully built to Rive the brst service of which a
Refrigerator is capabb, for efficiency, economy, and con
(Continued from Pace 1)
this bill repeals, Uea an cumptlon of
oftly S250 worth of real piopcrty ami
one halt aero of taro land. Tho com-,
mlttco held that $25000 Ik a fair med
ium valuation for exemption, and thut
no head ofix family should bo Htrlpped
of his home If It provu worth more
than tho paltry sum of 1250.
Tho Public l.anlH Committee jeporrM
cd fuorabl on AffnnHi'H llllo .park
hill, II. II. 90, mid also on Kaucwclil'a
pound bill, No. 121 Tho latter moas-
nro kIvcs anybody Jho light to tnko
any cow or horse ho may And on tho
Tho LcKlslatlon Commlttco of tho
Territorial Teachers' Association, at
Its meeting on Saturday morning,
sent messages to tho fJonimltleca on
Education of tho 8onato and of thu
House, requesting an audience". This
commlttco wishes to present mo pres
ent public school problems irom inu
standpoint of thow actually cngagJ
In this work tho teachers.
Several measures nro now beforo
tho Legislature that. If passed, will
havo a most disastrous effect upon
tho schools. Norctrrnchmcnl of ox
penses can bo mofo lll-adlscd thnn
that affecting the public Bchools. Tho
Idren will bo cltUons In a few jcars,
1 r t i..i U .l,nwn k-Atknnl Afll V tllrt
lioUtlcnl danffcr nnd economic failure
of tRnorant cltlzonahlp. Tho boclnl
..iiini ontatv nt thn Tprrl tor V
I Jlcs In It public school system, anil
Inny curtailment ol its omcicncy ia u
most short-slghtod policy.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested that eczema sufferer:!
ask the Honolulu Drug Co. of this city
whst reports It Is Jetting from tho pa
tients who have used the oil of winter
green liquid compound, I. 1). D. Pro-scrlptlon.
tho resolution-. He objected itnd want'
cd to moNo to podtpono Indefinitely. "I
think," bo said, "that tho time has
como to glvo this resolution a decent
burial, with thd'Itonorablo Charles A.
Illco ob chief pallbearer." r
Ills motion wai out of order, but tho
Homo, cutlght bis Idea, defeated the
motion to table, mm then pursed' Din
gle's motion -to liodtpone Indefinitely.
Shingle then mot oil that all reference
to tho matter bo expunged from tho
That ortcn-deforred bill of Nakalc
ku's, to boost tho pay of load laborers
to $1.50 p wjilcbthe House Is so
much afrtlilJ-wsVaVatn deterred thla
tlmo to next Saturday.
, T.H.Davies fc Co., Ltd.
V J' I
Weekly Bulletin S Per Year
Cohen Introduced a bill "to onioilr
up,, 4rivlhit nmtmif flrhfwd rhlMren. Tho
imuuc ruu.l iw lliu ji.mu.ii niimiri ...... 1m j,ravWoB tha tno principals of tllO
got four bits for It Probably this 1.111 lm.mill tcn,H),B nmy reccl from ny
is ror mo Dencni oi me innen anmircu ,,,; alli , of moncy( ,wll,nR ,,lcro,
poor persons, too. for u l!cp08lt l)ook nnrt ,,ha-rcmlt all
Tho Flnanco Commlttco recommend- money so received to the school sav.
ed tho Indoflntto postponi'ment'Ot H. K8 )(,nk at Honolulu. Tno bank
II. 95, Introduced by Castro, reducing khnl bo conducted by tho teacher In
tho stamp duty on tho charters qt charge' of. tho CbnTnuorclal Department
charitable, religious, llteraty or edti 0f tho McKlnliy High School, and ho
catlbnaj corioratlnns from 125 to $10. Hmi deposit jalj'rponeys received In
Tne Commlttco lecommended tho pas- ,;, i,,, or trutit company. . Tho
sago of Coney's bill, No. 117, providing principal of any school rr-colving do
that Instruments not stamped wllhln . poults from unv child: nhsll bo nerson-
thrco monthB after bcliij oxecutcd ' ally llnblo for the safe kccplngof thu.
shall bo subject to a penalty of ltm.ntont.)- liutll thq.amo shalUbe remit.
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ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
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New Rubber Tires
Coyne Fnrniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET, HONOLULU,
per cent, Iloth iports,welo adopted.
The Lands Committee lecommend
ed tho passage of Moanaull's bill, Np.
toil to tlfuUoIiooT savings bank.
The folk wins drifting resolution. In
trodutcd Ihfs momfng, comcs-lrotu tba
79. nrovlillnc thut water works may be funli.. min.i rr iroi,.i..nn
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maintained by counties. Tho commit- xa perron shall expose or offer-for
tea expressed tho opinion that certain
public utilities owned by the Territor
ial Government should be, under tl)o
control and supervision of the counties
Shinglo rather turned, the tables on
salo, or shall sell, or catio, or allow
to bo sold any fish or product of tho
seu stored In cold storage 'other than
nlil, lidpttupuit, koa'o, kalm'la, matt!
muhl, ono, oimkupaka, nku,,ulaula. and
Itlce this mornln.r when tie roM)jit(ln tilila In tiny pTibllc or .rlvato market
Introduced last Saturduy by, tho Kauai . wthlptho TerrHTry of Hawaii
member was taken tip for consldoro
tlon. This was the resolution em
powering the Bergcpnt-nt-?rms to at
rest absent members and bring them
to the House.
Illco stated that he hud discovered)
that tho subject matter of tho rcsoln
tlon was already covered by tho rules,
and ho, therefore moved thut tho reso
lution be tabled.
Hut Ibis wax not satisfactory In
Bhlugle, viho bail tin Idea Dial Itlco
had him In m I ml when he Introduced
A fine of from $10 to $30 for viola
tion of the' provisions of 'thu Act Is
Kalelopu Intro'iliiceil the, following
resolution, directed at Superintendent
Dabbitt and--Vary Ateherley:
"Ho It ltcsolred by tho Hojiso of
Itoprepentatlves of tho Territory of
Hawaii- " J '
"That all labb.Usts bo and they arc
hereb' rxrluile.l from and nro renuesl.
oil lit irllio fmni Ibn lloor of tho'tlnuso
and that the sergeant at arms bo In
fft strikes with double force those
who have;travelei over the world and
have been obliged to drink all sorts of
liquids, good, bad, and indifferent.
'. The soft, agreeable quality of
PRIMO-'BEER is a matter of wonder
to the tourist. We know what the
reason is it's -
Brewed to Suit
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