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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLtJLTJ, T. It., MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1900.
CLEVER SPRING GOWNS are arriving by every steamer direct
from New York. These advance models are only one of a kind.
We will show on Monday for the first time LADIES' WHITE
TWO-PIECE SUITS made of Trench Rep, Linen, and Pique, and hand
somely trimmed in the very latest styles and cut, at prices ranging from
$13.50 a suit upwards.
PRINCESS GOWNS in new models, made of the softest materials and
trimmed in lace and fine embroideries; colors: white, champagne, deli-
To take your Films f -w-n WfJ Q
and Negatives to VJ Lll 1 s J O
TOO MANY HOLES IN
Deferred So Kawewehi
May Patch Up
for the reimbursement of the Territory There hato been oilier nutouiobll
cate pink, and light blue.
Prices, $0.50 upwards.
PONGEE SILK COATS for afternoon and evening wear, in the latest
style, from $1-1.50 upwards.
We have never before shown a
more beautiful or varied collection.
NEW BORDER BATISTE in new
patterns and pretty colorings, striped
and figured, at 15 and lG2-3
DIRECTOIRE FOULARDS with
mercerized finish in brown, navy,
pongee, lavender, and white, at 25
DRESS LINENS in solid colors,
light blue, pink, cadet, Nile irecn,
and champagne, 35 and -10 yd.
NEW CROSSBAR DIMITIES of ex
tra fine quality, in the new 1909 pat
terns and perfect colorings, 35 yd.
TAPESTRY. Roman Stripes, in a
vauciy ui uvsigiis, uu ill, wiu, uuy
and G5 per yd.
COUCH TAPESTRY, double width,
cmbos3cd in solid colors, and in Ta
pestry combination, 90t and
FURNITURE TAPESTRY in silk
mixed, very pretty designs and col
orings, $2.25 per yd. and upw.
FIGURED TAPIS, green and blue,
with black dots, yd. wide, !& yd
yard wide, 20 yd.
in all colors,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
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DIRT, ORDINARY SOIL, or FINE
LOAM FOR GARDEN PLOTS. Phone
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THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
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Gentle Driving Mare with Phae
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Bulletin Qlves a complete summary of
the news of the day.
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Forty.Slxth Day Morning Session.
Asldo from tho nftermnth of tlio
troublo started last Saturday oter tlio
resolution to Increase tlio earnings of
tlio ofllclal stenographer, thcro wnB
nothing of nn exciting nature In tlio
proceeding!) of tlio House this morn
ing, Most of tlio hills on the order of
tho day for third reading were de
ferred for ono reason or utiothcr. 11
was expected that Kawewohl'B hill to
divlilo tho Dig Island Into two counties
Mould start something, but when tho
matter canio up some friends of the
measure discovered that Kawowohl
had by no means succeeded In patch
ing up tho structural work so that It
could withstand tho shock of attack,
and they hastily had It deferred again
Long's Laundry BlTl.
House Hill 199, tho laundry hill In
troduced by Uing, had u suspicious
look to Sheldon, A Annuo and Cohen,
who proceeded to attack It when It
canio up on third reading. Tho bill
provides that a license fco of 125 must
he paid by mi) one running a laundry
or d)lng and cleaning works.
Sheldon though this would work a
hardship on ixjor women In tho coun
try districts who make their lltlng by
taking In washing. If this bill wero
to bo inado to apply to them, ho was
opposed to It.
Alfonso took tho samo view of the
matter, mid moved that tho bill bo In
Cohen nlso considered It n tdinmo to
strlko nt tho poor women whoso only
capital Is n ttnshttib anil n bar of soap.
Long in n do tho Htitement that he
had Introduced the hill nt tho request
of thu chairman of tho I'innnco Com
mlttcc, who had promised tu stand for
tho measure when It camo to third
leading. Itlco being absent, Ixmg
mined that tho matter bo deferred un
III tomorrow, lllco, however, canio In
ut that moment, so Long withdrew his
' Itlco defended tho mensure. Ho stat
ed that tho bill does not Impose n new
license fee on laundries, that being tho:
feo under tho present law, but merely
takes tho enforcement out of tho hniids
of tho Hoard or Health and places It In
the hands of tho counties.
Coney couldn't see haw tho passage
of tho bill could hurt tho poor people.
Tho present law works nil right, ho
said, nnd tho now law would work In
tlio same way.
Tho oto was taken, resulting In
the passage of tho bill, 18 to 1(1,
Tho Hoiibo passed House Dill 192,
Mnkckiiu, providing that any city or
county or county shcilff, deputy sheriff
or pollcu odlcor who shall fall to en
force tho proWslons of tho Act icccnt
ly passed lelallng to Ashing with nets
Khali bo bullty of n misdemeanor and
may ho punished by n Alio of from $30
o $500 or prisoned for from 30 days
to six months.
Too Many Holes.
Tho two-county bill, H. H. 129, wns
taken up for third rending, Kuwcwchl.
Its Introducer, had been working on
tho measuio with a tlow to plugging
n few of tho many holes In It. Hu of.
fercd n batch of amondiiieiits, but be-
roro tho Clerk had finished retidlng
them, Nnwahlno moed to defer ac
tion again to tomorrow. This wus
Tho Semite bill to remedy tho cm-'
harassing parching ngent clnuso of
Act (12 passed second reading as n
special order of the day.
To Pay for Pipe Line.
Cm ley Introduced n bill to provide
for the cost of the Kula plpo line This
bill Is connected with the one Intro
duced last week by Carlo), making
loan fund appropriations which Include
tho expenditure of $100,000 for a plpo
lino to supply the Kula district with
The new bill proldes that tlio Coun
ty of Mnul shall pay the Interest on
any bonds that may be Issued by tho
Tcrtltory for tho construction of the
plpo lino until the aggregate of the In
terest so paid, compounded annually,
shall equal tho par tnluo of the bonds.
Tho county may tako oer tho pipe
lino upon Its completion nnd rccelto
tho revenues so long as It make no do
fault in Its obligations nnd properly
maintains tho plpo line at Its own ex
pense. Letter fo Thanks. ,'
A letter of thanks from Mrs. Julia
Aiinhtl, on behalf of the children mid
family of tho lain I) II Kahntilcllo,
trips to tho Diamond Head fojtlflci
tlous, to the Insane As)lum, to the Ex
periment Station, These hate con
hundreds of dollars, thought some or
tho places could not be reached li
.lust what will be done In rcgml to
the matter of the stenographer none
of the few who think they know will
tell. Hut appearances Indlc-ito that
there Is trouble brewing. I.lojd's res
ignation dins not Jet been nccepted.
nnd it Is possible a compromise may
be made. Hut the temper of sonio of
tho members Is such that they arc not
looking for compromise.
Alfonso, who Introduced the resolu
tion that started the trouble. Is highly
Inccnsed nt his treatment Ij tho
Speaker mid the hints of graft undo
fiy tho presiding otllcer. llolstelii Sat
iniliiy stated that the resolution was
Introduced without his knowing It wun
coining, ami seemed to take this us u
assistant clerk of the House, for tho Personal affront.
resolution presented them const iiient "If the Speaker thinks I nni going t
upon mo iicnui oi rtaiiuuicuo, was lean iroi w nun nun iif pei mission uitij
by tho Clerk.
NO WORK FOR $10. OFFICER
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Beeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases,. Wills, Eto. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
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King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
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(Continued from Pase 1)
statement that the copies of the min
utes will not cost miy thing "I con
sider It my duty," lie said toda. "to
niiiko these copies without any charge,
and 1 will do so."
Tlio Clerk made tho further state
ment that on March 2, Stenographer
I.lojd demanded that he ho given ex
tra pay for transcribing his notes, mid
when this was icfused, threatened to
quit. Up to that tlmo the Clerk had not
been keeping any notes, but seeing
what was llablo to happen, he began
keeping longhnml notes of tho proceed
ings, which wero as full mid couiplelo
as tho stenographic notes of Lloyd.
Thus It haniiened1 Hint when Llowl
refused Inst Saturday to transcribe his
notes, and tendered his resignation, the
Clerk was prepared, and tlio minutes
of ho proceedings read this morning.
which wcro prepared hy him, wero as
full ns If they hail been prepared ns
usual from tho notes of tho stcnog
Tho Legislature"" ofllccrs received
their png.ft, H"atiijij.for thu week.
Lloyd drawing his ifiWuat. Hut as ho
did not prepare tho minutes of that
day, Secretary Mott-Smlth, according
to tho Cletk of thu; House, feels (lint
the Federal Gm eminent )in paid out
$10 too much. Howovcr.'iho Clerk bus
approved n bill presented by I.lojd for
outside typewriting, nnd It Is possible.
that tho $10 may bu deducted from tho
amount of this bill. - .
What Is to bo deny In regard to
Lloyd's salary now that tho Speaker
has ordered that the Clerk prepare tho
minutes, Is n question, but there ap
pears to ho a probability that tho Sec
retary of tho Tenltory will rcfuso In
pay It on tho ground that It has not
Tho atmosphere Is filled with hints
of graft nnif wild cxtratagmicu. Not
withstanding all the talk or economy,
It is evident that thu House Is econoui
leal only In spots, I.'conomy appears
to be a matter of iersoual grudges.
Tho friends of the ixiwerH that con
trol the House, complain that tluiso
who have no voice In directing House
IKillclcs are allowed to make, till they
can, but tho poor duvll who Is not
lucky enough to bask In tho smiles of
tho Speaker Is shut out of any chance
to mako a little on tho sldo.
As mi example of thu economy prac
ticed hy the House, thoio Is now be-
foiu tho chiih man of tho Committee
on Accounts mid Public Kxpoiullturex
n bill for $00 for automobile hlro for
thu jaunt of tho Houso members last
1'rldny down to the Japanese cruisers,
It Is nil of three blocks from (ho Cap
ital U the Naval Wharf, and tho lion
nrnblu members could not be expected
to tarnish tho shlno on their shoes hy
walking Resides, It would have tak
en ns much ns tlueo minutes to walk
to tho cruisers, and tho House, of
course, Is economical of time.
time 1 waul to Introduce a bill or les
olutlon, he's got another guess com
lug," says the Hllo Representative.
"He needn't think ho can bluff me by
shaking tho big stick at me, for he
can't do It. I'll Introduce anything I
please, whether ho likes It or not."
Other members call attention to tho
obvious fact that some Representa
tives whistnnd high In the good
graces of the Speaker are allowed to
violate any and all rules of tho House
with Impunity, while others who are
not lucky enough to enjoy the Speak
er's favor are curtly cut short when
ever they attempt tho slightest In
fringement of tho rules. Tho Hulo
Hook and thu Illg Slick lie ever ready
to the Speaker's hand, mid they nro
used frequent 1 J but with disci Imlnn-tlon.
Altogether niurh bad blood has been
engendered of Into mid the harmony
that characterized thu cailler dus of
the session has lied, with small chance
of Its returning.
NUUANU DAM WORK
H.C. AND M'BRYDE
Form Center of Stock
Several lots of Kokulia and Uwa re
lorled sold ut or Sunday made quite u
(.bowing on tho Slock i:chnnge this
Him .il'ig nnd relieved what would oth
tiwl3o hate been rather n dr day In
Hawaiian Commercial continues to
roll nt n rtculll) lowering flguiM nl
though there teemi nothing In the re
ports from the plantation to change the
market All the stocks tuo falling off
under tho inlliieliee of a lack of trad
lug more than nn thing eMu ns theru
hns been nothing In the report from
the principal propel ties to cause nny
Mcllrtdc sold this morning and Sat
unlay afternoon at $1 and Is held
strong nt four nnd a quarter. The re
ports from this plantation are that
sonic eight thousand tons of Its crou
nro harvested and ctcr thing Is rim
nlng along in first class shape
It Is hard to predict Just which
Mock will head the list when there Is
ii revival from the present quiet In tin
market. Action may be renewed any
day as tho present condition Is con
sidered not more serious than a drop
ping back to get a new start. Wall
lun people lire expecting nn Increased
dividend this season hut there Is no
word from the agents on this happy
HOUDLETTE NOW IS
(Continued from Pwo )
incut of an Investigating committee
Tho, report of tho committee Is n
short onu. Tho committee states that
Its roport was dclajcd on account of
thu frequent ruins that prevailed In
tho Nuiiiinu valley most of last mouth.
In the couise of Its Investigations thu
committee was Infoimcd that thu dam
had suffered n break during January
last, and this tho Superintendent ad
mitted to ho true. Tho damage, how
ever, had been repaired by tho time
the committee visited the dam, u rein
forced concrete structure being put In
at tho point of thu break, making this
section of tho dam more solid mid
In tho nin'tter of thu $132,000 nppro
printed hy tlio Legislature of 1907 for
the completion of Niiuanu dam mid
Itesertolr No. J tho coiuiultteo reports
that $54,EI5.9i has so fnr been expend
P. E. R. Strauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 50x
130. House 0 rooms.
For particulars apply
74 S. KING ST.
With n cheerful Binlle on his face
mid standing at tho helm of the good
ship Coronado, Captain Homllutte this
morning arrived mm i?an rianclscn.
after a long absence from Hawaii. He
Is now commander of tho Coronado.
which docked at the foot of Tort s'rret
nt 10 o'clock this morning. Captain
lloudlelto wns welcomed by his old
wnterfront friends. Including Prod
Whitney og Win. O, Irwin &. Co.. Cj
tnln Clark, the harbormaster, and the
physician of thu Btenmshlp Alameda.
Thu Coronado brought 1007 tons of
general cargo, which sho Is dlschnrg
lngtodny. Win. Doiithltt, brother of i:
A. Doulhltt, was a passenger on lici.
When she leaves for San rrnnclsco she
will hate In her hold 22.0(10 hags of
ed, leaving an unexpended balance Jan
uary 31. ll)9, of $77.18101.
In the course of its Investigation thu
committee discovered that $1791 hud
been drawn from tho appropriation
made sped lie for tho completion of
the ihim and reservoir, nnd expended
nn u pipe lino from Itesertolr No. 4 to
the electric light station, n work en
lliely out of that called for In this ap
propriation, "In leply tn our request for nil ex
planallon, tho Suiierlnteudent of l'ub
lie Works stated that tho expense In
curred by hint on this plpo liuu wns
a necessary onu. In order that the
u ntcr consent d nt tho Niiuanu dam
may bo utilized In the residential and
other parts of thu city, this water must
first be carried to Itesertolr No, 1
(i:iictrlc Light Station) mid from
thence to thu main pipe supplliig
water to tho city of Honolulu,
"The entire work performed on this
plpo lino being done within tho vicin
ity mid In connection with thu comple
tion of u certain Important section of
tho dam construction, brings this ex
pense within tho meaning mid Intent
of appropriations made for specific purposes."
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sireen turli'l) All theuteiB must
pa n fee of $2 r.O per tint . bo they
giiind-opcra houses or moving picture
Senator linker opposed the recom
mendation of n Hat rnto of $2.50 ft
dav. t emending that, while such a
i fro would be nil right for tmtsldo
places, Honolulu nmusctnent places
should pa $.
I'aln lilld opposed nny plan to ralso
license fees. He said that dependent
ns she li on outside attractions. 1 1n
wall should make some Inducements
to bring thcntrli.nl companies here,
nnd not try to keep them nvtny with
high licenses. Tor himself, he ald
that he would be rather In favor o
cutting out tho license altogether.
Coelho talked In thu same strain,
salng that theatrical attriuilom
should bo encouraged rather ill ml
McCarth) objected to any prohibi
tive license provision, calling atten
tion to the fees charged In mainland
cities Pur himself, hu approved of
u $2.50 per diem fee, or an annual
fee of $200 for thine concerns Kiting
Amendment Amends Not
Moore introduced an amendment,
linking it n misdemeanor to depict
any scene on thu stage which, wero
It enacted In leal life, would bu a
violation of law. Un hating tho
sweeping nature of his amendment
pointed out, he explained that hu
had simply Introduced It fur outside
After some moio discussion, tho
report of the roinmitteo was adopted
and the bill thus passed second read
ing Water Works A Rain
Senate Hill No. 1:13, providing that
the returns from tho Honolulu Water
Works shall be placed In n sepai-ito
fund to be used In pa) lug on thu In
debtedness on the work, and for tho
extension and Improvement of thu
plants, passed third rending, Drown,
Maliel.au, Robinson, and Kalama vot
ing against It.
Senate Illll No. 20, regarding land
patents for churches, etc , passed sec.
oiul reading through the adoption of
the leport of the Judicial-) Commit-,
tee Thcie was no opposition.
Urpcs QUccn's Claim
llousu Concurrent Resolution No.
II, urging tho Delegate to Coiiriikh
to use ever) effort to BCturo thu pas
sago of tho bill for tho relief of ex
Queen Lllliiiikulnul, passed second
Senator llriiwn Introduced n peti
tion asking for tho consti uctlon of :i
toad through tho Honouiii homesteads
on Hawaii. The petition was ordered
Sennto lllll No. 131, providing that
persons who shall hate been actively
engaged in u pharmacy for at least
four years, may, on passing un exam
ination, bu admitted to practice phar
macy without having attended a
technical Bcliool, passed third reading
by unanimous (onsent.
Only Kiiudeii toted no when
House Illll No. 178, prohibiting tho
s.ilo of certain lied llsh camo up for
consideration. Just ono look ut tho
lung list of Hawaiian fishes enumer
ated In the bill was enough for Clerk
S.ivldge, who turned the rending ut
the bill over to Ills assistant.
Houso Illll No. 173, allowing vari
ous public accountants to deposit
Territorial funds In banks, until
the) nro turned over In the Treasur
er, passed third reading without on-
'I ho Insanity commission bill Is
still up In tho nlr. It was' up for
third reading this morning, but so
many weak places developed thnt tho
wholo matter was handed over to tho
Health Committee with authority to
employ legal counsel.
Makekau AfraM '
Mnkckau was ono of tho fiercest
opponents of the bill. Ilo particular
ly objected to tho clauso providing
for thu taking into custody of people
suspected of being Insane. Ho raid
that, after n reient debntu In tho
Senate, someone had said that ho
was raz), nnd ho wanted to know
tvliut would prevent htm from being
locked up ns n suspect.
Ho tlicicforu moved that tho hill
bo tabled, Tho motion wns Biiowed
under, though n motion to refer tho
bill back to tho Health Commlttca
Houso Illll No. 151, safeguarding
tliu taking of private property by
railroads under tho law of eminent
domain, was passed back to tho Judi
cial)' Committee. Senator ralrchlld
did not mushier tho safeguards suf
ficient and asked that tho mutter bo
gone Into carefully. Ho explained
that ho had had some experlenco with
railroads In California relative to
laud, and that tho property had been
tied up for four jour. Ho fult Unit
tho hill should be carefully framed.
Superintendent of l'ubllc Instruc
tion Halibut addressed a communica
tion to tho Senate. Inviting tho mem
bers to attend u prlvato view of tho
examples of work done In tho publlu
schools, which will bo on exhibition
in thu Natlonnl tliuird nininry this
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