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EVEN1M0 M1LL13TIN, HONOLULU, T. II., l'llIDAY, AI'IUL, 9, 1000.
It is its
IN LOWER HOUSE
Two , Measures Passed;
Members Have Their
i Forty-Third Day Afternoon 8es!on.
Utllu work of conscqucncu wns
better in the
jiiooii, the session lasting only nn licut.
' Ono Senate bill nnd n Senate Joint
, Itcsoliitlou passed third leading, and
n number of new bills woro Int u-
than in any other
HSU FOR FAIR ARE KAUAI PAMPHLET .
NOW BEI1 CAUGHT! NOW BON HAND
Tanks Are Ready And; Promotion Committee
Finey Ones Soon
The flvh exhibit for tho Alaska Yu
l:ou Kxik'iKltlon Is now bilng made up
Tho tankii, In wldch tlic.llnny ones will
bo transported ncross tho water. liae
undergone their period of submersion
mill nrn nmv hidnt; rtocked with nniltl-
colored denizens of thn deep.
Hcforn It w.ib enntddcred wlo to
put (lch In them, tho lion tanks were
r.ubmerged for sccrul d.ia, that nil
substances v.lilcli might proro Injur
Ions to thp fish should ho destroyed.
Tho tank aro now In gooj Miupe, how
oor, and nro being filled Just as fast
ns tho desired specimens can be
The tanks nro so arranged timt a
perpetual stream of fresh salt water
enn bo pumped through. They will bo
set up on tho ship which carries them
to tho mainland, so tli.it n stream of l
water, of nearly tho same temperature
ns that of tho Island seas, will be
l.cpt flawing steadily. i
fltircil. Tho Agilculttiral Connnlttet)
frowned on the bills to exempt from
luxation tobacco land and land used
for tho production of sisal, castor oil,
copra, anil la extract, Hawaiian
Btnrch. plneapp'ei, arrowroot, and ka
Fawn. A photographer wns on hand and
took n picture of thu House in session
noon nftcr the noon recess,
Kemly nil tho members and officers
I of thu House. In lew of thu fnct that
tliuy weio going to nttend tho recep
Hon on bo.ud thu Japniieru cruisers,
sent notes to 1'ilvato Secretary and
Veto Hearer Cl.U'dlus AlcHrl lc. asking
tho loan of his silk lint and official
long tailed coat for thu occasion Mc
llildo, howcter, wore them himself,
Bcnntc -Hill 93, Kahuna, providing
I li.it "when n Judgment which la n
lien tinder this tectlou U full paid,
tho cudltor klull, ut thu expense of
the debtor, execute unit acknowledge
n release, signed by said creditor, or
by his attorney of record in tho suit,
nml said release mny be recorded in
tho Judgment hook In mild entry,"
passed third rending.
The Houfo adopted on third reading
Sennto Joint Resolution 2, which pro
files for the appointment of a com
mls'lon to invi'stlg-ttii and report iion
tinawnrded and unpatented lauds,
A communication from Clerk Kn
laiioknlanl of the City mid County of
Honolulu, v.-.is read, transmitting to
thu llou.io tin rcrolullou adopted Inst
Tuosdny by tho Hjard f SuiKirvlsors
that tho l.ctlslntuiQ bo requested to
ai point a Joint committee to consider
tho advisability and wnyu mid means
of having tho Territory transfer to tho
City nnd County of Ho'iolulu tho pres-
lent postonico uropTtv when tho lat
ter is sirronuorcj uy tno rciierai gov-i
crumciit. The Idea U to usu tho build
ing as a Municipal building,
Tho resolution was referred to thn
Public Lands Committee.
Assault and Dattery.
Houthltt Intiodiiced a hill proUdlng
Tho I'lomotlon Committee hns ndd. l"-lt "whinner Inflicts n corporal In-
ed another excellent folder to Its J'1' "V0"""0"1" " '?' ",,rik'IIB "l"'
. , . , .,... , . iw'"' n'9 nkt3- H'lttlng 111 his fnce. In-
iBland seilos. The latest Ibsuo. Is do- 'i.i.,,, nni1 ,, ,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,
or any Injury of a llko gravity, how-
stati: i.haui'h standing
W. h. I'ct.
Stockton f, 0 l.OOD
Oakland 0 1.000
Santa Cruz 1 2 .231
San rrnuclsco 1 3 ,'JCO
San Jose 0 2 .000
Trc3no 0 6 ,000
The pilnclpnl Item of Interest nt
cstcrday'8 Stnto League gnmo In
Oakland was the Aral nppcurnnc" nt
Dick Hcuter, the mticli-hernldcd
pitcher from Hawaii, who was klil
nnped by Morcing while on his way
fiom tho Isles of tho southern s"i to
tho town of Pueblo, where tho club
of that nltltudlnous vll'ngo Is ktlll
Adds To Its Fine
scrlpthe of the beauties nnd attrac
tions of Kntuil, and Is being Issued
far the first tlnio today.
The folder gives a brief descrip
tion of tho chief points of Interest
on tho northern Island, gives tho
names of hotels nnd boarding houses,
ns well as livery stithies, and pub
lishes n tariff of both. An excellent
eer slight. Is guilty of nil assault and
battery, and shall bo punished by u
fino of not more than $100, or by lm
prlbonmcnt not more than ono year,
In tho discretion of tho court."
Loan Appropriation Bill.
A bill wns Introduced by Cnrley,
making special appropriations totaling
map, showing not only tho towns, $350,000 out of a promised Loan Fund
bays, mountains, and valleys, but Tho proposed appropriations nro as
nlso tho chief roads through tho tollows:
mountain fastnesses of tho Island, JKula plpo lino, $100,000; Honolulu
forms a feature of tho folder. wharf nnd hnrbom Improvements,
A table, showing the distances .$100,000; alterations, repairs and fur-
from Honolulu to tho principal ports J nlture, Judiciary building, $75000;
of Knuai, nnd another showing tho Knp!olanl Olrls'.Hnmo, $15 000; Hoys'
distances overland from Nawillwlll
to tho vartous points of Intore.it on
tho Islnnd Is not the least useful of
the features of the Icallet.
FAVORS TARIFF BUREAU U-
Section 2 provides that nuy of tho
ubovo appropriations may bo paid out
of tho general revenues of tho Terri
tory In tho discretion of tho Governor.
Hlco presented n bill to provldo fur
the payment of tho expenses of the
W:ulilnston, March 31 President
Taft today declared hlmaolf In fiiuir i
of u tariff bureau to be created at this
session 'of Congresi. Ho holloea that
iiucli n bureau would bo of great us
htat.iiico fu tho nppllcatlon of tho max
imum and minimum principle of tho
I'ayno lild Tho President's nnnouncc-
Leads In Pool Match. Chicago, Apr.
Charles Weston took tho lend In
(lm rmi- nlilit ftrwtl mnli-h fnr Hia
championship of tho world with Thos. Cstrlct C0,,rtB of "10 8("eral counties.
Huestnn tonight. Tho total scoro now T"iu mensiiro provides that tho salaries
Simula: Woston 07. iinr.tn.. rss. in .of ,IQ various district court oPlocrs
tnnlght'g block Weston bcorcd 21S to
Strike In Connecticut Cotton Mills
Plnlnvllle. nnnn.. Anrll 2 Aliniil snft
I "- - -
employes of tho Law ton cotton mills
ment wns inado to tho executive com-! aro on strlko todny, supporting tho ro
mlttco of tho commltteo of ono linn-1 fusal of the ring spinners to comply
died created by tho national tariff con
vcntlun iccontly bold In Indianapolis.
This committee headed by II. K.
Miles, chairman, called nt tho White
Hntiso tnijiy to lay bofoio tho Presi
dent tho tariff vlows of tho convention
nnd to recommend u pcimanent tariff
shall bo paid by tho coalition,
fixes tho salaries as follows:
Honolulu, first magistrate", $200
month; second magistrate, $300
year; clerks, Honolulu, first $110
mouth, second $85; Intcrpretora. $120
a. month for nil; Kwn, $100; Walniuo.
40; Walalim, $75; Koolaulon, $50; Koo
laupoko, $50; Lnhnlna, $00; Wallukii,
tIAn. HfnUn...nn n. IT I - n P . K
fww, ..ttinu.Tiii, ,L IlllllllillllU, 4U .Mll
kawao, $85; liana. $30: Klnahiilu. J30:
Liquor Dill Killed St Paul, Mnrch Moloknl. $10; Lnnnl, $20; Knlaupipa,
l-o. in mo noiiso louny ino mil pro- ?:u; North Kohaln, $70; South Kohn-
Ibltlug tho manufnctiiro or sale of la. $.0; North Koun, $C0; South Kn-
Intoxlcallng llipiorB wns klllod, Tho na, $50; Kau, $80; clerk and Interpret-
nntl-trcntlng .'III was also killed, or South HIIo. $100; District nngls-
I With nil fir.lnr frnni fl.n nnmiinnv nt.
quiring them to clean tho machines on
which they work.
waiting for Its coral Island slabstpr,
Iteutcr can pitch. There U no doubt
about that, but his method Is too var
ied MosUof the tlmo h heaves thn
ball as If the plate wns six feet wide
and tho catchers have to uso their
extension nrms to keep tho hall
fro indenting the fiont of the grand
stand. Occiislonnlly tho center of
tho six-foot nrcn gets Its turn nnd
strlkeoutB nio llhcinlly mixed . up
with passes to first, lleuter got
uw,ty with his 8nmo by n scoio of
Industrial School, $12,000; nddltlon to U lo 5, and ho hnd to keep busy u'.l
NormnI school, $8000; armory, lO.COOUtl'o way us Johnny Hopkins kept
Hong, rf .
Totals 29 C 0 1 27 11 2
Van Hurcn, cf
Hartmnn, rf . .
Waters, ss . . . .
McCarthy, 2b .
Hopkins, p . .
Totnls 30 C C 3 24 13 2
Huns and baso lilts by Innings:
Santa Cruz .....' 1 0 3 0 0 0 10 06
llase hits ....10200020 05
Oakland , 00040200 0
Hase hits ....00030210 0
BUMMAHY. Three-base lilt- Mc
Hale. Two-base hit: Hartmnn. Sac
rlllco hits- Mcllnle, Van Huron (2).
First bono on called balls: oft Hcutcr,
7: off Hopkins, C. Struck out: by
Hcuter, C; by Hopkins, C. Hit by
pitcher: Smith, Ncnlon, McCnrthy.
Double plnyB: Shechan to McKuno to
Nealon, McCarthy t6 Waters to Dev
crenux. Wild pitch: neuter. naiK.
Hcuter. Time of game: 2:05. Um
Friday, April 9.
Tempernturcs--G a. m., 70; 8 a. m.
75; 10 a. m., 77; noon, 7G; morning
Harometcr, 8 a. m., 30.08; abso
lute humidity, 8 n. m., 5.C14 grnius
per cubic foot; relative humidity, 8
n. m., GO per cent.; dew point, 8 u.
Wind G a. m., velocity 2, direc
tion NK; 8 n. m., velocity 8, direc
tion K; 10 a. ill., velocity 10, direc
tion SK; noon, voloclty 8, direction
Hnlnfall during 24 hours endd
8 a. m., .00 inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 15G miles.
rru. b. rrocKVUN.
Hon Director, TVatkwr IlurMK.
Tho Karl nnd Countess of Orannrd
recently gave their first political re
ception In the flno house In Charles
sticet, London, rontcd by them from'
Lord Dartmouth. The dinner guests .
Included tho Pi line Minister nnd
Hall Reappointed Sacramento. Apr.'
2 Frederick W. Hall of Oakland was
reappointed today by dovernor Qlllctt
a member of tho board of trustees of
tho Sfato normal school at Sano Jose.
Whitney & Marsh
We are showing a complete line of
WHITE KID GLOVES
Celebrated Trefousse maKe; 2 Clasp $1.25
Also come in Tans and BlacR
NEW SHIRTWAISTS ,
Plain and Lingerie Effects
CAKE, PASTRY, COOKIES, ETC.
J ' MADE IN GOOD OLD GERMAN STYLE.
Sample nnd Sale Rooms, CULLMAN'S OLD STORE, Fort
The German Bakery
Kin- St., formerly SINGER'S.
W. H. ZIMMERMAN, Prop.
Residents of Hawaii
PURPOSING lo visit SEATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, JUNE 1st TO OCTOBER 15th, will find
it to their advantage to call at the roomi of" the Hawaii
Promotion Committee and register in order that assistance
may he rendered them in securing desirable hotel accom
modation. Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fores on file.
close to hlni In the record of strike
outs nnd walks.
Santa Cruz started off llko 'sure
enough winners. One run In tho
flrnt and thrco in the third looked
big, but tho Onklnnders camo
through with enough to tlo up In
tho fouitli and when tho Invadoiv
took two morn In tho sixth no ona
figured that tho bcnchcombcis could
win. And to It proved, for the one
run Hint ennio In the seventh only
hiought them thnt much nearer too
coveted honor of beating the League
lenders, without insulting in any
AH It 1111 SI) O A
Smith. If :i 1 1 1 3 0
Mcllnle, cf I 1 2 0 1 0
Shechun, 3b . . . . I 0 1 0 0 4
Nualon, lb. 3 0 1- 0 11 0
McKuno. ss .,..3 1 1 0 1 3
Cumphall. 2b ...3 1 0 0 3 2
A Real Sale
THE CLOSING-OUT SALE we are now conducting is
the most successful in the history of our mercan
tile business. More sales were made, and more
cash taken in by our sales force on Monday than
on the day before Christmas last year. It was a record
Ladies Recognize the Value
of our offerings and are quick to take advantage of
them. The sale is genuine, bona fide, legitimate. ' It
will continue until every article advertised is sold. The
old style of renewing stock as the sale advances will
not be practiced here; we are selling out, not buying in.
Seed, Hammer and
Cramer Dry Plates
Each in its
Photo Supply Co.,
Everything Photogiaphic. Fort St.
Irate, South Hllo, $135; North HIIo.
?M); Ilnmakua, Sf0; I'liun, $f.f; Lltiuo.
SS0; Kolon. "0; Wnliiita, JSi), Kn
wuPiau, $GG; llninlcl, $S0.
No Tax Exemption .
Tho Agilciilturnl Commltteo minrt
id acheuoly upon Kenate, Hill )22, to
exempt from taxation tho lands devot
ed to tho cultivation mid piodnctlon
of tlnul, castor oil, copra, maiiim ex
tract,, Hawaiian starch, pineapples, nr
uiwioot nnd mtmloca March, In Its
leport tho commltteo Bald that ovory
encouragement should bo given to
the:o ludiistilcs, nnd this lesult emild
not bo accomplished by the passage of
this bill. Tho bill was tabled. Tho
samo fate, mot House Hill 110, to ex
empt tobacco laud fiom taxation.
Tho Educational Commltteo rcpmiol
fnvnnbly on CoIioii'h Hill, II, II. 137,
to establish a school savings bank.
All that the most exacting taste could
from every part of the world where
lace is constructed.
all that the term implies, from thim
bles to back combs and everything
silk and lisle thread, from wrist
lengths to the length of an arm.
Ribbons, Muslin Underwear,
SKIRTS. White, Poplin( White Rep.
Wash Skirts. y.
RAGLAN COATS IN'.the SWELL
PATTERNS and SHADES.
DOMESTICS TURKISH BATH '
. TOWELS, Face Towels, Eetc.
CURTAINS in lace silkoline, scrim
Dress1 Goods r
Persian Lawns, Percales,- Piques,
Glen-Tissue, Monotone Silks, Eto.
WE HOLD TIIE CENTER OF THE STAGE UNTIL THIS SALE CLOSES.
L, B. Kerr & Co., Ltd-,
AfiiW,i1Jttfi&wM'''x'' a! m t n i A" 'if, "' '-' I i 'h -'-' t MJmdik. ,,,
( iPl trftrt. i. fi'tU m.,1 ?' if.ltiMi.imifr.iItfi.i ,ft.AMJHLi&jn' ,'.
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