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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU; T. H MONDAY, APRIL G, 1903.
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the latest-style ideas of the most famous designers. The advance mod
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therefore will not last long. We would urge nn early visit to this De
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BLACK SILK AND VOILE SKIRTS with dron skirts.
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Another New Lot Just Opened
in Lingerie and Tailored effects, en
tirely new styles, hand embroidered
and tucked, n.oine embroidered in del
icate colors,' oth3 in black and
white. Etanisite CHRISTY WAISTS
from $.".50 up.
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LA TOSCA NETS
for costumes, in black, blue, brown,
and pink. Very stvlish, double
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A New Stock
White Lingerie Parasols
in plain, hemstitched, and hand
embroidered. Pongee Silk Parasols
with colored silk lining.
Fancy Border Pongee
in Entiicly New Effects
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at the automobiles, buggies nnd car
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, rjsr-i'For Sale" cards at Bulletin. ,
The Rosebury Coat
nn Auto and Street Coat made from
Priestley's Cravenettcd Cloths j styl
ish, dressy, and rain-proof, in black,
navy blue, brown. Taupe and Tabae.
NEW WASH TRIMMINGS
in pink, light blue, navy and cardinal
10 A YARD
1.10 A PIECE.
FEATHER STITCH BRAIDS
in pretty designs at 10 and
12f; a piece.
Persian and Dresden
in pretty color combinations.
Carved Bamboo and
Prices from $1.25 un.
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in Honolulu delivered daily to
nil parts of the city.
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Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
LcaseSj.Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
HENRY MAY A: CO.,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
;d- bulletin ads pay -W5 .'
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provision that wilt kill It. Thu Com
mlHslonor of Public Lands knows noth
ing about road building. Iload build
ing Im outside his province, nnd It you
liiuku him tho mnu to build theso roads
you kill the wliolo thing."
Makcknu then managed to get tho
lloor ngaln. Ho Insisted thnt ho did
not want to Interrupt thu Senator from
Kauai, hut ho talked bo Htcadlly that
Knudsen finally throw up Jils hand,
and left tho field to tho solon from Ha'
"Why, when you leavo tho road
building to tho Superintendent of Pub
,llc Works, you lmvo all sortH of tiou
bio," Bald Makckau. "You, Mr. Presi
dent, will remember how you and Sec
retary Garfield wero stuck on n bjd
road on Hawaii.
Afraid for the Poor.
"As It now Is, tho Commissioner ot
Public Lands allots land In a ccitaln
manner and tho poor uconto tako tip
homestends and build houses and lay
out gardens, ami get everything In fine
shape, and then along comes the Sup
erintendent of Public Works anJ builds
a road right through their lnnd. That
means that they havo to rubulhl their
fences and pay out a lot moie money
than they expected.
"Let tho Commissioner of Public
lauds build tho roads, and this will not
Senator Harvey thought that Makc
knu might havo tho right Idea. Ho
said thai he had known of Just such In
stances as tho Senator cited, on this
Knlnma, who had been trying for an
aix-nlng, finally managed to get tho
lloor. Ho gently called attention to
thu fact that tho Organic Act utntoi
what tho duties of tho SuporlnlT.ileut
of Public Works shall be, and that such
a provision as Makokau urged would
not stand, In that tho Superintendent
of Public Works would not l.o likely
to approvo roads lnld out by the Com
missioner ot Public Lands.
McCarthy thought that tho consol
idation ot tho jobj of Land Commis
sioner nnd Surveyqr would settle tho
Mnkehau thought that tho rolslons
of tho bill, regarding tho proportion
of tho money received from tho sale ot
tho Innds which should bo used In
road building, would mako It neccs
tary for tho pitrchaso prlco of tho
land to bo paid In a lump sum. This,
ho Insisted, would mean that no jnoro
poor people could take up homebtcadt.
many legs would the sheep then haver
When his friend said "Five," Lincoln replied:
"No, it would have only four, because CALLING i
a sheep's tail a legdoesn't make it so."
Suppose we apply this conundrum to modern
CALLING every scheme "advertising" that
masquerades under the nameof advertising docs not
make it so. The merchant needs be sharp to select
the sheep from the goats, for he can lose money
just as fast turning down advertising mediums of
proven value as he can in scattering his force in
every catch-penny device that comes up. ..
The best way is to employ the services of a
trained advertising man and rely upon his advice
just as he does on the advice of his lawyer 'in legal
matters. , . -
We're here 'to serve. v .
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
jc muii -(von '
Finally a motion to defer pronlled '
nnd tho aimless discussion enmu to a
In making Ins motion to defer, Cool
ho thought that tho turning of tho road
building over to tho counties would
solvo the, riddle.
Tho Hennto went Into Commllteo of
tho Wholo to dlsciisi) tho election law,
taking up tho work whero It was left
off Saturday afternoon. Tho bill was
gone over with n caro which promises
well for tho ultimate stability of tho
law, particular nltcutlon bulpg given
to tho matter ot registration.
Senator Smith felt that tho section
regarding tho tnnols of tho clcik,
when peoplo want to register, was In
Ocflnlto enough (o bu dangerous. Said
'What Is to prevent tho clerk from
traveling nrnund at his own sweet will
on the plea that sotno one's nnriio must
ho attached to tho great register. He
may go somen hero and Htay for a
couple ot wcekB and can keep up tho
proceeding just ns long as ho wants,
under tho wording ot this bill."
Kalama felt that tho provision
against passing out "Inducements"
might mako It imppsslblo for a candl
dato to-glvo a luau to his faithful
henchmen. Knudsen did not lioliavn
that tho hungry would bo torced to
starvo by any provision embodied In
Finally, tho committee arose, report
ed progress, nnd naked permission to
sit ngaln. Thu permission was grant
ed. Baker's Petition!.
Senator llakcr Introduced n resolu
tion calling upon tho Commissioner of
public lands to furnish data regarding
nil applications for homesteads In tho
Hamakua District ot Hawaii during tho
past two years. '
linker also submitted two petitions
from Hawaii, ono asking nn appropria
tion for tho cumuattlng-of leprosy, ami
tho other urging tho division of Hawaii
Into two counties, Tho former went to
tho Healtlf Committee, (ho latter to tho
HnilHn mil Kn 7.1 llin Antirnt.rlntlrm
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Bill went to" tho Ways and Means
lfouso 1)111 No. 153, -districting tho
Territory, was referred to tho Judi
Luther Hurbank, famous plant wiz
ard of 'Callfomla.'ls-preparing an ex
hibit ot his splnoloss cactus and other
marvelous products for displays at the
AlaBka-Yukon-Pnclflc Exixisltlon at
Seattle, this summer1 Durbank has
promised to vIsft'TTrir exposition, so'nio
time, dining tho week, set astdo for tho
stato of California',
BRAHAM LINCOLN once asked a friend
a conundrum that runs something like this:
"If you called a sheep's tail a leg, how
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ers, evidently deceived by written or
spoken assurances of certain perbons,
ask tho Legislature "to exercise It a
prerogative In fnor of a bill or n reso
lution that will glo us Eonio chance
for removal to a hospital on tho Island
ot Oahu and placed uuderMhu treat
ment nnd raro of Dr. John Atchcrley
for our tcrrlblo disease. Wo nro nwuro
that tho patients thnt wero removed
from Kalaupapa last November havo
been greatly benefitted by Dr. Atelier
loy's treatment, wo therefore appeal
to you nil for tho samo relief."
Nakalcka alto presented another po-,
tltton from tho settlement, asking thu
t.ppUlfittirii In iintta n hill for tinn-sen-
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icgauuu ui lepers iu iiuiiwipiipa in
fore treatment at tho now hospital for
leprosy on Molokal; a bill relating to
tho commitment of persons to tho In
sane asylum; appropriation bills for
$10,000 for new ward hospital for lep
rosy, Oahu; ?3300 for n retreat ot pa
tients from new ward hospital; $33,000
for caro and maintenance of patients
nt tho riroposod hospital for BO pa
tlcnts; $S8,000 for caro and mainten
ance of 100 patients.
Itlco called attention to tho fact that
Blmllar petitions had already been
passed upon nnd tabled for considera
tion with ho appropriation bill, so tho
Speaker directed that theso two tako
the snmo course.
House lllll 18S, Sholdon's substitute
counsel feo bill, to tako the place of
tho original bill vetoed by tho aovOrn
or, passed Its third reading without
debate. Under tho provisions of tho
bill tho courts may appoint counsel for
poor prisoners accused of crimes the
penalty for which may be 20 cars
Imprisonment or more.
Houso Hills ITS ami 170, relating to
tho lowers nnd duties of tho Hoards of
Supervisors of tho counties and of thu
City nnd County of Honolulu, passed
their final reading after a lengthy and
pointless discussion. Theso bills pro
vide that tho Supervisors may mako
and enforco all necessary ordinances
covering all local police matters and
nil matters of sanitation, Inspection of
buildings, plumbing, sewers, dairies,
milk, fish, cemeteries, morgues, etc.
Houso mil S9, which provides for
turning over to tho counties tho main
tenance and Biipport ot district courts,
county Jails and hospitals, met with no
opposition when It was placed on its
Tho Speaker announced thnt Repre
sentatives DouthltU Kanlho and Ka
lclopu wero absent without reave.
vx.vs.' TV Tiffin fi 1
BURGLAR'S BURIED LOOT
Kawnl, tho self-confessed burglar.
Is now In n tell nt the police station,
he Inning finished his tour of discov
ery In Chief Leal's company. Nawal
has coufc seJ thnt he burglarized the
residence of Mr. Douglas on Kaplo
Innl sticct. Tho watch which was
stolen nt the time of tho burglary
wan found In Nnwnt's possession.
The Hawaiian lllll Sykes al?o led
Chief Leal to n small patch of cane
land near upper Kr.inia street, where
he had hurled so mo of the loot. In
cluded In the mass of stuff was a lot
of then,) Jewelry, and nlsn Mrs. Doug
las' opera glasses. Mr. Ilurnlnghnin's
cuff-llnl.K and rrnvnt-holdcr and some
of Mrs. Huininghnm's trinkets were
also found All the llnrplugham
property has been found or account
Soma ot the Douglas loot Is still
missing, but this Is thought to be In
tho possession of n Hawaiian girl to
whom Nnwal has been palng atten
tion. A handsome gold medal given
by tho "Columbia Collego Athletic
issoclntlon" to tho winner of nn ath
letic contest In 1892, was found with
Fomo other stuff. An old enrdcaso
bearing the name of "John C. Evans."
Kukul nuts, a bunch at trunk keys,
and n valuahlo skeleton key were
Chief Leal Is hot on the trail of
homo alleged "fences," and expects to
land most of them before long. Nn
wal states that an qrgaulzcd gnng of
thieves Is conducting operations 'In
tho city, nnd that n Chinaman is n
lending light In the business. Chief
Leal la looking Into tho matter and
It will go hard with tho company
when he gets his hands on tho prom
inent officers ot tho concern.
SSf BULLETIN ADS PAY -Q
NEW - TODAY
No. 149. TUKMTORY OF HAWAII.
COUUT OF LAND IlEGISTHATION.
TEIIHITOIIY OF HAWAII TO Wll
MAM E. YOUNG; ALICE YOUNG,
wlfo ot Bald William K. Young;
THE TEHHlTOltY OF HAWAII,
by C. It. Hcmcnway as Attorney
General, and by Marston Campbell
as Superintendent of Public
Worko; CITY AND COUNTY Ot
m HONOLULU, by Joseph J. Fern, as
" Mayor nnd President of tho Hoard
of Supervisors; MISS PATTY
IttlODKS; MHS. ANNIE JNION;
CIIAULES ItllODES; MUS. MA-
11 E I, CAMPHELL; HAItllY
ItHODES, JOHN A. YOUNG, and
to ALL whom it may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to suld Court by THE TER
RITORY OF HAWAII to register and
confirm Its title In the followlng-de
llcglnnlng nt n galvanized Hon
pipe nt thu southeast cornor ot this
piece, tho true nzlmutli nnd dlstanco
to said pipe being 2S9 41' 41C.S feet
from a Government Survoy Mon
ument near tho East corner ot Vic
toria and Young Streets (said mon
ument being on a 10-foot offset to
tho East lino ot Victoria Street and
n 10-foot otfsot to tho North Una of
Young Street), as shown on Govern
ment Survey Registered Mnp No.
1100, and running by true, azi
muths: 1. Ill" 04 203.3 feet nlong tho
maulm lino ot Young Street to
n galvanized Iron plpo;
2. 200 42' 1 IS.? feet along tho
McKlnloy High School Lot;
3. 291 08' 203.3 feet along tho
Alcldnley High School Lot to n
galvanized Iron plpo;
4. 20 42' 148.4 feet along prom
Ises of Win. 13. Young nnd John
A. Young to tho point of begin
nlng, containing nn area ot 30,'
200 square feet, a little moro or
less; being known oa Lota 82
and 83 Kulaoknhun Subdivision,
covered by Grant 297 to II,
Rhodes; tho same being situated
in tho City and County ot Ho
nolulu, Territory ot Hawaii.
You are hereby cited to nppear at
tho Court of Lnnd Registration, to
bo hold nt thu City and County of
Honolulu, Territory ot Hawaii, on
tho 4th day of May, A. D., 1909, at
ono o'clock and thirty minutes In the
afternoon, to bIiow causo. It any you
have, why tho prayer ot said petition
should not bu granted. And unless
you appear at said Court at tho time
and place aforesaid jour default will
bo recorded, and tho said potltlon will
he taken ng confessed, nnd you will
bo forover barred from contesting
said petition or nay decrco entered
AVitnosa HONORABLE W. J. ROU
1NSQN, Judgo ot said Court, this
3rd day of April, in tho year nineteen
hundred and nlno.
Attest with Seal of said Court.
M. T. SIMONTON,
(Seal ) . Registrar.
! POLLARDS READY
rifucn grown-up Lilliputians aro
How In Honolulu nnd these fifteen
actor peoplo form tho personnel nt
tho I'oll a id No. 1 Conipauy This
company U composed entirely of Lil
liputian graduates ami the very best
of those who hae Rr.idiial-d
TnMiii; tho lending parti nro Al
fred (louliling and l?vn .Moore, loth
of whom, for many yearn, toolc tho
leads with tho l.llllpuilnns. From
musical comedy to ttralRht "l.eclt"
Is iiultc u htcp, hut thcao voiing act
ors nre capable of It and will put on
a list of iiultc ambition:! piecc3 here.
They will open next Sa'urday night
with "The Chnilty Hull nnd this
suiecbsftil comedy of Now York llto
will n'vo them a ehaiiLo to show Jutt
how Rood tliej are. Thno will ho an
Intcicslins innuvutlrn n -ide hj this
company in that thoy v. Ill Introdnco
muslcnl ntimhcis ami dnnrca In nil
In the second act of the "Charity
Pall" the stage- Is ret ns n ballroom
ami this will t;ho Kvn Mooro her
Kio.-U chance to show Honolulaus
that sho has not forKotten how to
dance since ulio was tlrkt here. Shu
has heen jilnjInR with J. C. William
son's IjIb operatic company In Aus
tralia nnd held tho lead In the ' Mer
ry Widow." Tho famous danco of
this natno will he nlvcn by her In
Ihlr scene with Jack Pollard aa her
The sale of seats has already open-
el nt HcrBstrom's music stoic nml
the mlvanco snlu looks as though it
would ho a largo one. Opv.ilng on
Saturday night with tho "Charity
Hall," tho Pollards will play that
s.tnio piece Monday matinee an J co-
rlng nnd Wednesday ccnlng On
Thursday evening they will opeii
x.Ilh "Checkers" nnd will play that
Saturday matlnco nnd evening na
well. Tuesday and 1'rlday ni;;liU
will he dark while the compan Is at
the Opera House.
TILE OEM TILEATER
When n new film Is made In a motion-picture
factory in Europo there
Is n memorandum reminding tho
manufacturers that in far-off Honolu
lu tho people at tho Gem Theater nro
waiting to see It. Tho management
of this plncu of amusement Is keen
to get the latest nnd best nnd Is sel
dom disappointed. Crowded housed
Is tho rule, and the audiences nre In
nrtably well pleased with tho en
tertnlnmcnt. Comedy furnishes
cause for laughter, nnd huninn-lntvr-est
pictures occasionally turn on tho
THE SAN FRANCISCO THEATER
Tho distribution of prizes nt this
theater caused much nmuccment tho
other ovcnlng. Ono cun nhvays en
Joy n good laugh here, nnd on Frldny
night, which Is Amateur Night, tho
laugh becomes a scream. Now that
tho weather has settled, this open-air
theater will be crowded nightly.
THE ART THEATER
Manager Lawson keeps giving ns
tho best there Is at his Art Theater
on Hotel Btreet. This Is tho most
pretentious movlng-plcturu houso In
tho city, and rain or uhlne, can nl
wajs bo depended upon for n pleas
ant evening's amusement. Now films
will bo put an this evening.
THE PARK THEATER l
An cntlro change of program takes
place at tho popular open-nlr thcator
this evening. The Mnlnotto Sisters,
who havo proved a good drawing card
will havo new songs and the films
that arrived on tho last steamer aro
all new nnd entertaining.
THE ROYAL THEATER
This nnel theater, on North Ho
tel street, Is drawing large crowds
nightly. A special feature la tho
Hawaiian orchestra ami singing. Sov
era! pretty rolored films wero shown
last week and tho management has
others In reserve.
Oltlclnls ot tho Treasury nt Wash
ington linc announced. that the Gov
ernment's expenditures duo to tho
last Illness ami burial ot President
William McKlnley amounted to $42,
517 88. Furly-nvo thousand dollars
line! been appropriated for this pur
Ona acre of land atTUewa, below
Judd Streei, and near the residence
of Hon. John Lane. An Meal pltfco
as residence. Good view. Healthy,
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY Bim, , JiS, KING ST,