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hvkxinii nvujtnn, HomMP, t. nIA lAfrnftu, n m, i-
body to bear the
burden of housekeeping
but there is nothing that
does it with fewer
wrinkles than the soap
that is home grown. It
Pat - Ka - Hana
will do more and in less
time than any soap
made because it is pure
soap. If your grocer
cannot supply notify the
Honolulu Soap Works
or Fred L. Waldron,
grab mi I, passes
House Forgets Economy
And Favors Salary
irHr,.i ixfttpanir. ? itilieni
I The Umtmnr . h nt i..i Mil
'lJ tvlntttw l tiitMt prttx-tMnini
tmil J'xltrlfll itlntrlti.. m fw.lMit mi
lUnd to lh ltmM I'Mttnitn mtttvri ih'
he IIihim itHrtlle tin . but lhl
II (Hll'tl Hi it'i. th ( rtnttJM 1 In
3 hhrIh.I. WnlimMl IktHl lulrtlH4il
n mitmtltulu Mil fit the ihiu IhHi ill.
Tlir lliilliii) tfrftnl III Hiliflir ill lilt
Uetinlo fliiit'iulniwit in UnrtefV lilil t
IIiiIiik lliu wnnl Mmttt'. niptt'ly n (ttti
lilr.il iitni'liillnotit which il no'
Its ricli quality makes it the
best for cooking purposes and
for table use. It is
Made by the largest manu
facturers of condensed milk in
Theo. 11. Davics & Co., Ltd,,
Photo Supply Co J
Films, Kodaks, Vclox
Fort Street, near Hotel i
Twenty-Sixth Dty Afternoon Senior!.
Cruiioiuy In ilic wntrlinoril of Hit'
ti'iKlon ta MirloiiH nml n- it:i1 of tin-
honiiriililii lU'restntiitlu-i hui' do
lari'il iiumurouii llint-n nml wild var-
UK ik'K'i'B f eliiuviiro nr orlfcru-
Ion lint It In I'ciiiinniy with n utrlnn
led to II In keep It from tindorlrK
oti fur When It rumen to county
liallcrH. I lio IIuiiho forgctx nil nliout
in vnnnli'il iToiiiuny nml koi-h to (lie
iptlto cxtii'iiin. Or itrliiii the)
re couom;e:il In Terrltnrlul nUnlm
hut there limy ho miiro money loft to
itmm1i'r In County InmlnoiiH
Tlio House jiut ItmOf on record ye
cnlny afternoon m fawirlm; Couiuy
'XtinvtiKiuico mill the wuhIu of Hie
nbllc fiimls ttlicn by im uu-rwlieliplni;
otc It imnsuil the "itrnli bill" on -ec-ml
londlni; mor the protests of n mln
rll of the Hpfcl.il Onhii roinmlttua
iolnteil lo ileal with the meatttire.
The "crab bill," limine Hill 122, In
roiluceil by ltuel Kinney of the Fifth
Hitrlcl limiHixeH to boost the milurloii
if the meniberH of the Hoard of Super
ImirH of the City nml County of 11')
ioIiiIii up fioui the prcKonl meanly nil
lend of 59 u inoulli to $75 per, nml
he Hal.uk'3 of the County Attorney,
'oinity Auditor ami other odlclnls in
Corrcn na chnlrinnn of the spcclitl
ummlttee, submitted a leport fnvc-r-HK
the pusfiiKo of the hill. Cniitro uml
iininhu, however, refused to concur l.i
he Krnb anil xiihmltteil u minority ie
mrt recaninioudliiK the ImletlnlU
lOHtponetneiit of the hill, They did
nit feel that, when thu .Municipal Act
iiih been In force I em than thieo
nonlliH uml no showing has been nmilo
lint Halark'8 me Insulllclont, the time
nan coiiio when nnienilmoiits I wrens
iik the salaries of the Hojcrul clly uml
'ounty olllcerH of Honolulu hIioi.M be
'Oimldeieil. So far hk the Supervisor
ire concerneil. there appeared to the
'omuilttee no Justification wbatgvur
or the Incieate The Supervisor mo
lectcil ns representatives of the peo
ile uml thu amount of compeiiHatlou al
oweil them is not to bo considered in
.ho light of salaries.
' Kiirtherniore, thcro Ih ns much need
for retrenchment In the expenditure!)
)f the City nml County of Honolulu ns
in the ciibo of tho Territory, unless
nhnt Ik a;il by Territorial economy
ih to bo used to pay the Increased cent
if Municipal government.
Correa was deeply pained, grieved,
shocked and HiirprUed at heartng uny
iiucli KciitimentH expresned In tho
llouuo or Koprcs'untatlveH, mid Bald no.
Kuiilho, liowovur, tlioiiKht the minority
ahowed a great ileal moiu good beime
than tho majority.
Kmnnhii, ono of tho HlRiicra of the
minority retort. made tho point Ihnt
tho HuperlorH uml oilier olllcerH
knew, when they ran for election, what
they were to get, and they bad never
made uny kick.
Several other meniberH expressed
their Ideas on the, question. Hlco
moved the pruvlous question. Tho mo
tion to adopt tho minority report, op
posing the grub, was put mid lost. Tho
majority leport, on motion of Correa.
was put and thu Uouso voted In favor
pf salary grabbing.
Abandoning for thu time being tho
Current Kxonso Appioprlntlou 1)111,
tho House in Committee of tho Wholo
tackled another appropriation meas
ure, Senato 1)111 63, tho Special Appro
priation lllll., mid succeeded most ad
mirably in doing nothing. That Is
nhout whut tho Committee of thu
Whole has done all week.
When thu committee, with Nukuleku
In the chair, look tho mattor up, It
lev eloped that no ono bud checked
over the largo sums of money to be
Jppi-oprlutod. Shingle, therefoie,
moved that the Committee rlsu uml re
port back tu tho House with the ree-
biuinviidullon Ihut tho matter bo 10
fened to a special committee to look
into tho Items of tliu bill. This was
doiio nml tho Speaker appointed u
A New Way of Lobbying.
J lie Speukcr Informed tho Housu
Ihut he hud lecclvpii two moro com
munications relative to raising the
kcnool ago nml lowering teachers' snl
urles. These, ho said, nre word for
word tho same as two that were ie
colved mid icfened to tho IMucntltm
il Committee. "This." said thu Speak
er, "nppears lo bo a new way of lobby.
AIToiuo Intioduccd two bills, nllko In
text, ono mnendlng Section 128 of tho
..Municipal Act, tho other amending
I Section 73 of Act 39, Session I.uws of
IU03, lo read "each deputy sheriff shall,
' within his respective district, bavo the
I power, mid under tho direction ami
control of tho Sheilff of bin county.
.erforni tho dullest lequlred by law of
Douthllt Introduced a bill further to
isnfegu.ird tho luklng of property by
-'Iiiiiiko the Intent of ll'o bill.
The Immigration lllll nlxo on nip back
from tho Seiialu wllb the minor nmrmt
mciitH made by that body. tihltiKle
mined the IIoiiho concur, which It did.
Similar action wan taken In regard to
the Senate iiiuemlmeiitB of Home lllll
12ft, relating tu preferred stock of ror
jxiratlons. Senate Dills.
Seiinlo lllll 2.. relallng lo marring"
puxxed first rending by nik. a ,l
also Seiinlo lllll HI
Secretnry .Mott-'Sinllh. In u rommiiii
Icnllon. Informed the llouuo that the
loernor bnd signed II. II. 92, Act 2U
amending sectjou 21U of thu ltevlsed
The Joint Committee mi tho Senate'
amendment to llouuo mil is, provhllim
for tho uialutenaiice nml Hiipporf or
the family of a deceased person peml
lug the administration of thu estate
reported, recommending that tin
amendments be roncuried In. with t lie
addition of it new hcctlou. The leport
The )miu Committee recommen.lei'
Iho passage of Senate lllll 71. to appro
pilato money lo pay the lllshop KHtute
for Iho taking of rertnln lands by the
Territory; also of House lllll 111, in
provide Tor the nciiulsltlun of private
land for public uses
MARKED FOR THE
About tltrr. years uco Mn. I,, lletkrs
or tin Klrkham strict. Oakland. Out.,
catlvtl at our vltlctt villi nrl ttilt-ti-f-n
yn old, the Utter wink nnd llallexi.
mid Milieu uiai .lie nail lout n tlaiittliler
tliruuiili kidney il.ea.o and thn doctor,
now told her till, oiw ha. tn the samo
In nnd Unit lie could llvo Lut a short
rhe motlier tval nenrlv illRtrarled. V.
lold her tlmt kidney ill.rnse wa. really
Inll.inmiutlou of tho kldm-ys and Hint It
wiu In fsct Incurutile under tho old diure
tic, all of which woro kidney excitant,
hut that nn emollient for kidney Inflam
mation hnd been dl.corcd anil that the
llilld would probably recover. The moth
ir took Hie treatment vllh tier.
wo .Kip tnn-o yenr.
A few month, nco Mn. Hctkes called
with u beautiful younu Rlrl. Who wa. the
very picture nf liepllli Hhn Introduced
her ns the ilyins pullrnt of limn )cni.
hbo. nnd lold u to refer anybody In tho
world to her. Sho statnl the recovery
wn. comnli-tn ntiotit thA Al-inth ivMk.
for ttie only emollient for Inflammation
or tho kidney., the world lias over si-en.
n iw ruuun. iienai uompouna. i.n
eratura mailed free.
JOHN J, FULTON CO.
Honolulu Drue Co.. Tort Ht.. nre our
sole local nccnta. Ask for bimonthly
uuiieiiii ok late recoverus. si
Johannes Ilobmer, St. Francis Ho
tel bus boy, arrested for theft of
purse, gives clow to Crocker (pearls.
Lieutenant Chester It. I.ooi to lie
tried before u court-mnrtlnl.
Win. It. SiinimcrlinycH, clubman
mid manager of electric company,
San Francisco, arrested for beating
Adequate ferry service demanded
by residents of llclvcdcrc, who con
fcldo rpioposal lo run Independent
Contract Is let by San Francisco
Harbor Commission for building
Western I'nclfie whurf.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF PASTORAL LANDS
IN KULA, MAUI.
At twelve o'clock .noon, Monday,
April 19, 1909, tit tho front ontrunco
to the Judlclury llulldng, Honolulu,
theie will bu sold nt public nucUon,
under the i'lovlslons of Part 0, Land
Act lb9r., (Sections 278-285 Inclu
sive, ltevlsed Laws), Oeneiul Leases
of the following lands:
A lioi Hon of tbj; laud of Walakoa,
Kola, Maul, lontaliiiug 2.3S0 ucies
a little iiiDio or less, to be used for
Upset rental, 1225.00 per annum,
payable semi-nnnually In advance,
Term of Lease, 21 years from
April 19, 190U.
A portion of tho land of Ka'maole,
Kula, Maul, containing mi area of
3,1 2-1 acres u little lAnro or less, to'
be used for pastoral purposes.
Upset rental 1300.00 per annum,
payable semi-annually In advance.
Tcun of Lease, 21 yeais fiom April
Tho Lessees will ho prohibited
fiom over-stocking Hie premises.
Reservations legaidlng lands ie
qulied for scttlamunt, reclamation,
uml or public purposes, together
with rights-of-way lo uml ncross thu
premises, will be embodied in the
leases of tho premises.
For maps und further particulars,
apply at thu olllro of tho iiuilcislgn
ed, Judlclaiy lliilldlng, Honolulu,
JA8, W. WATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Honolulu, O.ihu, T. II.,
March 19, I DOS.
1201 Mur. 20, 27; Ayr. 3,10,17.
Board Of Inquiry File.
Report On Logan
I'nptxlu M. N. HMlideis, who ! h
cd the lralisHirt lngHti on tfuiuii'
ItlRiid lnt Huliirday night, b.ix
siupciidifl by Hiif rliitetnli'iii nf I u
lie Winks Marstoli CalnpliHll. im
t'oiibldorlng the rlrrum.innii
rounding the giiuindliig of ih I.'
gnu, together with the prevloti'l. "
blemished record of Cnptnln Sand.
Caiupbell followed out the lei-miitmi
hit Inn of tho llonrd of Investlgaili
Captain Stliisou of the Uig.iu w.i
lomptctel) exonerated from un
Captain Sanders, In bis tesiltnn:
before the Hoard, slated Unit be hid
received orders to dock the tmu.i.o.
at tho MiiUon Navigation whan Tin
night was dark nnd mill). nuil.i.:g I
dlllleult to r.eu tfie outline of ih
whurves, or anjlhlng along th" vv i
terfront He said that when In- w..
ubutit lo turn toward the Kln.i
wharf, he saw n white sehooiii'i
wblfb showed no lights.
Captain Sllnson lorrobornted i.i
ttory nu to the lack of lights n tie
ucliuouer, Captain Sanders lit -u
Illume on Caplulii Sllnson in nut oi
the ollhers of the ligun. lie -at.'
Unit his orderH were loinplled with
Hint the steering gear was in eple.i
dld couilltlou, and that the helm wn
used ns directed.
The "following Is tho finding of
Iho board appointed by .Maistoi.
Tho board lltuls that the Rioiyul
lug of the transport was camel by
nu error of Judgment on tba part of
I'llot j. N. Sunders, who was pllot
Ing Hie ship Into the liiibo.- nt the
time Bhe giouuded.
After lolislikr.. ."rn of ll.i tectl
mony of the witnesses tho hoard be
lieves that the following extenuating
First: The wenther. It was dark,
thick ami rainy; the overhanging
clouds probably Increasing the glare
or lights along tho waterfront nnd
adding to the liability of confusion
Second: Tho whlto cchooner re
ferred lo showed no lights, and this
fact was doubly misleading bocntiHC
Its color mado It enBlly distinguish
able; and tho nbsenio of lights on
the schooner nindo the pilot believe
the soliooner was alongside a wlinrf
Third: A rcferenco lo Honolulu'
linrbor chart will show that a vessel
of the Logan's slzo need overtoil her
proper distance by only 100 feet or
less In order lo pass from n position
of perfect safety to ono of grave
Fourth: This Investigation lias
called attention for the llrst tlmo to
a serious defect In the navigational
aids In Honolulu harbor, In tho ah
tenco of a turning maik on thu west
ern sldo of the harbor between quar
antine wharf and the railroad
The boaid recommends us n ijiin-
Ishmcnt adeaiiato to the' offense of
I'llot M. N'. Sanders, suspension fiom
duty for u period of threo months;
but In view of the extenuating elr
cumstnnces cited, ami also In consld
eratlon of the long and iibio service
In this poit of I'llot Sanders. ' as
known to all tho liiembeis of this
board, wo unanimously recommend
htm to thu clemency of tho conven
While beyond tho scopo of its In
vestigation, the board wishes to In-
vile attention to tho necessity for
correcting the defects referred to In
the lighting of Honolulu harbor, and
lecommcnils tho following chnnges:
iiisi .vuuiisu mo giecn rear
Hinge light and Install u giecn pile
light In thu vicinity of Sumner's Isl
and near the liuibur line.
Second: Install a red light on the
noilhwestern end of Kekuuiiaou
wbaif wheie the eastern haibor lino
tin ns lo the north.
Tho boa id found no evidence of
negligence or Incapability on the
part of tho olllccrs of thu Logan.
Tho report was Blgned by Com
mander Moses, Captain l'cter John
son, and (,'aplalii Wlllett.
Cains shown In bunk clearings of
California for week, San FrancUto's
Incie.'ike over lust year being 10 S
United Hnilioads will pavo be
tween Hacks In Sun Francisco, but
iiijs overciowded tare can not be
Clubwomen to honor Mrs. Uivoll
White at icceptlon In culehmtlon of
Calaveras big tieo legislation
ai'oiioi, j ri.Ki.iNi
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mn oautu it,-.
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I Ion , Sour Stoiaidi.lllJrrlyi
orms .Convulsions .Icvrtisn
racSmcb Signature of
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is not sold and no country where it
does n&t lead in sales.
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Undertaker and Embalmer
AH buslnejs entrusted in my care will wg&h-
prompt nnd polite attention. I have nyarlor
where funeral services can be held orhsdies kept
when desired. r"
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