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from New York. These advance models are only one of a kind.
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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
cate pink, and light blue. Prices, $0.50 upwards.
PONGEE SILK COATS for afternoon and evening wearin the latest
style, from $14.50 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 1G2-30
DIRECTOIRE FOULARDS with
mercerized finish in brown, navy,
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DRESS LINENS in solid colors,
light blue, pink, cadet, Nile sreen,
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at the automobiles, buggies and car
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variety of designs, 60 in. wide, 50
and 05 per yd.
COUCH TAPESTRY, double width,
embos3ed in solid colors, and in Ta
pestry combination, 00 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, 45 yd.
NEW BURLAPS, in all colors,
yard wide, 20 yd.
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And Buyers Of
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Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases,. Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
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- jpiifctf tlonomu. Ttl.
FALL INJUN PIT
Legislature Turns The
Tables On Them
Forty-8eventh Day Morning Session.
ino neaus or. departments nnvo goi
themselves Into a menu, and tho laugh
Is on tlicm. Meanwhile each of tliem
Is hopping nround like, a spider on n
hot brick ami wondering where he Is
to get off.
Tho plllkla arises on nccount of tho
law recently passed regulating the ex
penditure of public money. Section 8 ,
of Act G2, as has previously been re
lated, contains a clauso providing thut
ull purchases must bo mndo through n
Territorial purchasing ugent to bo op
pointed by tho Oovernor.
It Is generally known, tho story hav
ing been published last week, that
Deputy Treasurer Hapal refused to
honor" nny warrants for Territorial ex
penditures, thus completely tying up
tho Territory, Hut how llapat came
to toko tho action ho did Is another
Hnpat tied up the Territory at tho
iciiucst of tho department heads. They
held a confab, and being disgruntled
over tho purchasing ngeut clauso, con
cluded that the most effective way of
demonstrating what would bo tho ef
fect of tho new bill would bo to tlo up
tho Territory, Including tho legisla
ture. So they persuaded Hapal to refuse
to cash nny Territorial warrants, cal
culating that this would result In tho
legislature's repealing tho purchasing
As n matter of fact, tlicro was n
bill Introduced In tho Senate, which Is
now beforo the House, repenting Sec
tion 8 of Act G2, Tho heads of de
partments went under tho Impression
thnt this bill passed the Scnato as In
troduced. Hut It was only this morn
ing thnt they mada tho startling dis
covery that tho bill was amended In
tho Senate so as to mako tho purchas
ing ngent clauso. effective July 1.
This, of course, relieves tho present'
Legislature, from tho embarrassment
that would attend the going Into effect
of tho measure, at the present time.
but leaves tho matter, after July 1, ns
tho original bill intended it should be.
That is, not oven a postage stamp can
bo bought by any head of department
or other Territorial official without tho
sanction of tho purchasing ngent who
has not yet been appointed.
When tho department heads discov
ered this morning how tho matter
stood, thoy commenced fllng around
llko locoed cattle, asking what was to
bo done. Apparently thero was. noth
ing to bo done, unless tho Legislature
would bo kind enough to pull them
out of tho pit they themselves dug.
It' is probablo that tho legislature
will throw tho department heads n ripe
but not until tho latter hnvo been
niado to pay sufficiently for their cuto
ncss. Tho matter camo tip In tho House
this morning when thnt body took up
for consideration tho Scnato amend
P. E. R. Strauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 60s
130, House 6 rooms.
For particulars apply
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST,
YOU have not
Pastry than we
HOTEL NEAR UNION
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
ments to House Hill 133, tho tneaBiir'
which, ns amended by tho Senate, pro
vides that tho Tubllc Kxpetidltiircs Act
shall not go Into elTect until July 1.
Doth Senator Fnlrchlhl and Charles
Rico had been bosclgcd by anxious de
partment heads imploring them to do
something for thorn, nud Representa
tive Shinglo had also been Importuned
to lend a helping hand. Shingle, there
fore, arose In the Monro and pointed
out tho defect In the bill ns occasioned
by tho Senate amendment. Ho sug
gested thnt consideration of the amend
ment either be deferred to gtvo him
n chance to remedy tho trouble or that
tho bill bo committed to tho Commit-
too on Tubllc Kxpendlturcs to patch
Sheldon objected to passing the mat
ter on to n committee, a lug, that ho
thought It would bo better to defer tho
matter and let Shinglo prepare his
amendment So thnt action was taken
by tho House, the consideration of lho'g BUC t,t ti, rnt f wages cannot
amendment being put overdo this nf.jgafcy i)C rnBC( arbitrarily nt the
tcrnoon. ' liircHcnt time even If It would bo wlso
Third Readings. '
House Hill 202, Rice, providing for
tho disposition of tho $5,775,18 which
compose tho .special gold, silver and
postal money order deposlirt of tho Re
public of Hawaii, passed Its' third read
ing without opposition . The bill inakcsJ
theso unredeemed obligations govern
Tho House passed without discus
sion, on third reading. House Hilt 209,
filling in nn omission in tlc law turn
ing over tht) license fees t6 thu coun
ties. More Pukes.
Knwewchl cSMently had not been
able to plug all the pukns In ills two-county-bill,
so hu oneo more asked to
havo tho bill go over a day. Tho mo
tion was allowed.
Just what will hapon to tho (Inv
entor's veto of House HIM 3.', boosting
tho pay of road laborers to (1.G0 n day,
did not bcco;uo; apparent this morning
when tho menage was read. Kaue
wchi moved that consideration bo de
ferred until tomorrow, and the motion
Rico was In the chair when tho ser-gcant-nt-arms
roared out: "A Message,
Mr. Speaker, from tho Governor," and
Veto Bearer Mcllrldo In all his glory of
plug lint nnd lohg-tnlled coat, advanced
majestically up to the Speaker's desk.
.Mcllrldo and Rlto caught Una another's
eye, and theft desperate struggles to
keep from 'laMjhlrig only partially
successful wero 'amusing. Mcllrldo,
howover, escaped beforo either of them
At 11 o'clock tho Houso adjourned
to go to call on Queen' I.llluokalanl.
(Continued from Pace 11
the leprosy bill, expressing tho belief
Hint lepers, pronounced Incurublo by
licensed phjslclnns Hhould havo tno
privilege of being treated by any
person whom they might choose.
Tho fact that the provisions which
ho w.ib Interested In had already been
incorporated Into another bill already
thtoiigh third reading In tho Senate,
did not sntlsfy, as he expressed a Xoni
that the bill might bo defeated lu
tho Lower House, and Ills' pet meas
ure thus be obliterated. His amend
ment failed to carry, however.
Argument on tho leprosy bill was
interrupted by tho stentorian volco
of tho Scrgcnnt-nt-Arnis, announcing
"A messago from tho Governor." Tho
next Instant Claudius II. Mcllrldc, nt
tlrcd In official frock and topper,
stopped Impressively through the door
and proceeded toward tho President's
Tho messago proved to bo a veto
for House Hill No. 35, fixing the
minimum wago for Territorial and
Comity workmen nt J1.C0 per day.
Tho voto messago' follows:
Veto of Wage Bill
"I herewith return,' without my
approval, House nil! No. 35, entitled
'An Act to Amend Section 1 of Act
98, Session Laws of 1907, to dcslg
nato the pay of laborers engaged In
constructing or repairing roads, brld-
jges or strcots, Water works or other
woiks for tho Territory of Hawaii or
for any political subdivision thereof,'
"Tho ptirposo of tho bill Is to pro
bcrlbo u minimum wago of Sl.no a
day for laborers engaged on public
"Asldo from questions of constitu
tionality thero aro many reasons both
of economic principles and special
conditions why this bill should not
become law. It will bo unnecessaiy
to attempt to stato ull uf these.
"Tho bill would frustrnto Its own
general object, which Is that of bene
lltlng laborers, for K would necessi
tate tho dismissal or non-employment
of many laborers who would other
wise bo employed. If thu funds avail
able for tho employment of labor on
public works were unlimited, thu caso
might bo dlffciont; but, with the
funds very much limited as they are,
It Is obvious that If wages wro In
creased fewer laborers would bo cm-
The bill may be prompted
by n worthy desire to benefit tho la
boring class, but results aio not al
ways what they nro Intended to be,
anil In this ease true friendship f"i
tho laboring class can best be shown
by looking at the real rnthef than
the appal cut effect. The bill might
benefit some Inborers, but It would be
ngnlnst the Interests of the Inboiing
olass iisti whole, for It would pieveiit
tunny from obtaining employment.
"Slot cover, less would be nccoin
pllshed In maintaining roads and oth
er public Improvements In good con
dition and In const! tiding new ones,
nnd that would be to the detriment
of nil people in tho Territory nnd
tend to lessen or provent an Increase
of taxable values and therefore tend
to'dlminlBh tho amount would bo ob
tained by taxes In tho futtiro with
which laborers might be hired.
"Further, the financial status of
the Territory nnd tho several Counties
to nttempt to do so under better lln
The bill, appropriating money for
tho Library of Hawaii, passed sec
ond reading without any opposition.
Senator Fair child, ns chairman of tho
Wnys and Means Committee, returned
the bill with n verbal recommenda
tion that It pass.
Action on uovernor s .Message .-so.
1!, relating to appointments, which
was duo for further consideration,
was called up nnd nctlon deferred
until tho appropriation bill shall
havo been disposed of. The nnmes
of the Commissioner of Public Lands
nud tho Surveyor (lencrnl jet remain
to bo acted upon and little enn be
done lu this direction until It has
been decided whether or not tho two
olllces will bo consolidated.
Coclho's medical practice bill, pro
viding that poisoiiB "in cxtrcinlfr"
may call nny person, whether licens
ed physician or not, to treat them,
passed third reading without nny op
position. Senator Mooro Introduced n bill
providing for tho assessment of land
In Honolulu benefited by thu water or
Denositarv Bill Throutrh
There was absolutely no opposition
when the voto was taken on House
1)111 No. 91, tho depositary bill. Sev
eral chnngeB havo been niado In the
bill slnco It came up from tho Hourc,
but, In Intent, It Is not radically dif
ferent from the'shnpo In which It was
received. Tho amendment, fixing tho
maximum rato of Interest which the
Territory can exact nt 4 per cent.,
Tho amended show hill (Houso Illll
No. 1E7), In Its original form gener
ally attributed to Joo Cohen, passed
Its third reading, amended so ns to
suit the Ideas of tho members of tho
Why n moving plctitro theater,
charging 10 cents admission should
be nssessed n higher tax than n the
ater charging $2 is something that
tho Senators wero unnblo to compre
hend, nnd thnt tho bare presenco of
it paint framo should reduce tho tax,
seemed ridiculous to those members
of tho Upper Chamber not skilled In
tho Una points of Imprcssnrlolsm.
Therefoio moving picture shows
will pay $2. 50 per diem in tho form
of license fee. Aristocratic play
houses, and prize-fight pavilions, will
bo mulcted In the same sum,
Coelho's loan bill has shrunk until
nono but its closest relatives could
well rccognlzo It,
Originally thero wero Items, com
prising something moro than $1,000,
000 worth of expenditures covered by
tho bill. Way down low Bomowhere
was u provision for tho Kula pipe
line on Maul, $100,000.
Kula Still There
This morning, when tho bill was
called up, Coclho moved that all of
tho provisions other than tho Kula
plpo line bo strickon out. Such was
done, and tho bill passed second rend-'
lag. Maul Is on tho high-road to her
How tho jailors shall bo nppolnted
la a matter on which tho authorities
differ. Whcthor thoy shall get tholr
Jobs from tho High Sheriff, or from
tho County Sheriffs Is a matter that
will requlro a little straightening out
on the part of tho Judiciary Commit
teo before an Intelligent voto cnu be
taken. Tho bill Is back In tho hands
uf that committee.
Senator McCarthy's resolution, me
morializing Congress to amend the
land laws so as to mako them mure
fnwirublu to homesteaders, was sent
to tho Public Lauds Commltteo for
consideration and report.
Action on Hlco'a taxation bill, up
from tho House, was deferred until
tomorrow afternoon nt 2 o'clock. It
will then bo taken up in Committee
of tho Wholo.
The resolution, calling for tho ap
pointment of n milk commission,
passed second reading.
185 editorial rooms-fi5Q bu''
neai office. Thste aro the talephont
numbers of the Bulletin office.
are often brought on by citing
green vegetables and unripe fruit,
or by sudden changes in weather,
excessive beat, gulping down iced
drinks, etc., and arc prevented and
quickly cured by
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Mrs. Freeman Vigorous at 114.
In an interview with Mrs. Camp
bell, who lives at Red Hank, I'a.,
and who is the daughter of -Mrs.
freeman (114 cars of age), she
stated: ".1 mother has been using
Duffy's Pure -Malt Whiskey and is
anxious to have me tell on that she
felt its strengthening effects at
once. We know that it has. done
her a great deal of good. She is
114 cars of age and needs some
thing to sustain her strength. She
thinks it is a great stimulant and no
old person should be without it. 1,
myself, know what she says about
your medicine is the truth."
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey kills
the disease germs and keeps the sys
tem in a normal, healthy condition.
It keeps the old young, the young
strong ; it is invaluable as a tonic for
overworked men, delicate women,
and sickly children. Duffy's Pure
Malt Whiskey is an absolutely pure
distillation of malted grain; great
care being used to have every kernel
thoroughly malted, thus destrojing
the germ and producing a ptcdi
gested liquid food in the form of a
malt essence, which is the most ef
fective tonic stimulant and invig
orator known to science; softened
by warmth and moisture, its pala
tability and freedom front injurious
substances render it so that it can
be retained by the most sensitive
If weak and run down, take a tea
spoonful four times a day in half
a glass of milk or water.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is
sold throughout the world by
druarrists. grocers and dealers, or
If in nreil of advice, writo Con
sulting Physician, Duffy Mult
Whiskey Company, Itocliestcr,
Xew York, U. S. A., stating your
easo fullv. Our doctors will rend
you ndvieo free, together with n
liaiulsomu illutrnted, medical
booklet containing nomo of tho
ninny thousands of gratifying let
tors received front men nnd wom
en in all walks of life, both old
anil young, who havo Iteen cured
and bettolited by tho use. of tho
World' greatest medicine.
BLOW AT jp SNOBS
Washington, I). C .March 27 -Secretary
of War Dickinson has Is
sued an order designed to break up
tho Aimy practice of having "exclu
sive" clubs. In tho futtiro no Gov
ernment property may bo used for
clubs unless nil olllccrs at the post
nru allowed to become members, and
tho dues nud Initiation fees must bo
leasoiiablc. If thero is any doubt
as to what suiuh nro "reasonable,"
the Secretary will decide.
Oftlrers who nro not graduates of
West Point have found it practically
Impossible to got Into Army clulm.
Also, nt postB wheio dlrfcrent arms
of tho service aro stationed thero has
been a disposition to form n club of
tho olllccrs of only ono of tho branch
es, excluding all others.
Arthur Jones, manager of tho I.clle
hua ranch, was among tho passengers
who left in thu Manna Ken today. Thu
rumor had It that ho was sent to Ha
waii to select tho best cattle for thu
supply of tho Lcllchua garrison. Tho
Maima Kea was delayed In leaving to
day while Jones was coming from
I.ellehua lu an iiulomubllo.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A OAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A OAY UP
J A new don town hotel. Steel and
brick structuro. Furnished at a cost ol
$150,000. Etery comfort and conterl
ence. On cat lines transferrins lo all
parti of city. Omnibus meets all trahts
Now' recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
' IJ-IU UUIU V 1U1 II UWII llll
Afdnewluy, April 14th, 1903. sealed
11.1 adt'Tased to Hon. Vm. O Smith, i
'lesidiiut of the C!"tf ,
Hlds must epeclfy the price pcrfl
mge i.t which the wcrk will bo done,
nth prlco to 'jelude ill and every j
expense fcr composl'.ljj, t ip r. prev- '
work, binding, lettering end delivery.
be whole '." Lo furnished In n Hi si -!
113 uuu Morkdonliko manner and
ondttlou without 8L;- ndtlttonil
i bulged z! r.ny i:!ad.
Type to bo ueed will be Long
I'rlmor, leRded, for the hoif cf said
lou.nil, wl'h luscito to bo ect In
llrevler, leaded, and Indtntcd. The
form, airanccment, and workman-
hlp su&:i be clmHar lu every recpoct
to tho Scnato Journal of tha nton
1'nper to be IS lb. 7, hits "k"
'Jrade Hook sv.d tunpiu to Sccoin-
One Huadrd (ino CopJiu of cald
Jounnu to ha bound In lew Shw,
lettered, and One Hundred (lnOlii
Copies to bo bound ll Ololl , lgtturod
(.alley I'roofs to bo llv..:ed wlUi-J
In two (2) days nfter rccei -,t tiZ Cpfi
nt K.-idl Jriurn.il In llio Kilr-r-f ttfm illd
der, nnd Hevlsed I'ago I'moO, oor-v
reeled from Cnllcy I'roofs, to bo dc-jf
ll......t a, .111, I.. ...,- ,1V .l.w .II.bl'
iti'iuu niuiiii iu mt ua uivv-i
return of said (lalley I'roofi
Twent-11ve 120) Conies ur wlil
Journal, bound In I -aw Sheep, to boj
delivered within twelve (12) d.vya
nfter receipt of copy for Indox by the'
successful bidder, and the balance ou
mid wort, to bo delivered wlthlng
tweUo (12) days thereafter. !
A certified check In tho sum nffl
I-'lvo Hundred Dollars, pnynblo to,
Hon. Wm. O. Smith, I'roxtdont of the
Senate, to be furnished by tho Slie-5
ressful bidder to insuro the faithful'
performance nnd prompt delivery of'
the wnrli as aforesaid.
1 tills win bo oponed nt the Sena1
Chamber, Capitol lliilldlug. In Houo
lulu, at 12 o'clock noon, on Wcdnes"
lay, April nib, iivi.
The lowest or nny bid not nco
Honolulu. April 12th, 1900.
SND.si. r.lnrk of tint Hnnst".
SKAI.I.I) proposals will bo received!
at the otricu of tho Superintendent
of l'ubllc Works up to 12 o'clock!;
prll IS, 1909, for furnishing thojj
Territory with lumber to bo deliver-!
ed on tho Hnckfold wharf. '?
Tho lumber to bo mcrchnntablo
Nor'west 3x12 Inches, about 120,-'
000 feet II. M. In lengths not lean?
than 21 feet;
1V4" X 12" nbout 00.000 feet H.M...
4"xl2" 32 ft., about 10,000 feet?
II. M. ,
Didders will statu price per thou-'
sand feet, board measure, and tlmu
of delivery. V
I'ropos.-ils must be on blank form3'
furnished by the Superintendent of
l'ubllc Works nnd must bo nccompa-I
nleil by certified check of S2C0.0O'
mndo paynble lo Marston Campbell,
Superintendent of l'ubllc Works, ni
surety that If the proposal bo accept
ed the controc't'wlll bo entored Into.
The Superintendent of Public,
Works reserves tho right to Incrcaso'
or diminish tho specified amounts of
lumber and tho right to reject any,
or nil bids.
Superintendent of l'ubllc Work.
Honolulu, T. 11., April S, 1909.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
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