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New Summer Millinery
OUR IMMENSE STOCK of Untrimmcd Straws is now open. Hun
dreds of shapes in white, black, and leading colors are here
shapes that are entirely new, in all the different kinds of
See for yourself what others pronounce the PRETTIEST HATS IN
TOWN our TRIMMED HATS. A visi't to our Millinery Department
will please your eye, cultivate your taste, and add to your knowledge
of the current fashions.
The very latest up-to-date styles.
IRISH CROCHET BOWS in diif erent styles, at O0.
IRISH CROCHET JABOTS, with lace edge, at 75d and 00l.
EMBROIDERED JABOOTS, lace trimmed, embroidered in delicate
colore, at -10.
HEW EMBROIDERED STOCKS, with bow attached, latest style,
NEW EMBROIDERED STOCK COLLARS, new designs, 20 each.
The new publication issued by the
Rreat Butterick Fashion House now
ThepnceisC-mcludingacer.jiK lijf DaUortiQ.
tificate good for ONE BUTTERICK Jl I i lYCUM raliXNIj
Our Money-Back policy nrotccts
you. Our motto is "Satisfaction, or
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THE 7-PASSENQER, 40-H.P.
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PAINTED, UPHOLSTERED, ETC.
SEATS AND SPRINGS
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A new dress material, all pure lin
en, in light blue, pink, cadet. Nile
green, and champagne, 35c and
Latest styles and patterns, only
one of a kind, in Waist Lengths.
New Neck Ruchings in white, pink,
light blue, black, and white with
black, wash net ruchings.
Embroidered in silk, in red, white,
.and Navy blue, in stars, anchors, bars,
DIRT, ORDINARY SOIL, or FINE
LOAM FOR GARDEN PLOTS, f hone
me for estimate.
M. Pond, Contractor
BENNY S CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
41S Queen St
CALL AND HEAR IT
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Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriago Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, .Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST,
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
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GOODS of EVERY DE- ,
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Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and toil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilel; Tel. 430.
B-"For Sale" cards at Dulletln.
and other old pictures reproduced and enlarged
AND TAX CHARGE!
Supreme Court Holds
That Delay Is Not
Tim SnnrPini, Court Imiuloil down
a decision this morning nfllrmlni; tlio
decroo of tlio lower ourt In the r.uso ,
of C. Apnu & Co. against 'KvvoliB ,ulu '"" l1""""11 """ '"" ; iionun.iuonH were p.H lien in men- ui
S1K & Co. Tho llabllH hiih- drawn, ninl did not have llu mine ilc- i tn,t t-vallui; mparltlos on Hantei
'Torfelturc: lessee's nonp.iMiiciit of
tuxes. Tho forfelturo of a lease up
on the fnlluro for about two week
to perform n lessee's covenant to pay
taxes may bo relieved In eiiilt."
Thin w:m a hill for relief acnlnst for.
feltiue of n lease for breach of the
lessee's cutunant for pajment of taxes
Tho second Instalment of taxes for tho
e.ir 1903 bnlliR become delinquent
Notemher 15, tho defendant on Decem
ber 2 entered upon tho leased prom
ises and declared the lease old for
that caitso ntul December 22 liroimlit
mi action nKalust thu plaintiffs to iiilet
title In thu premises Tho object of
the bill uiM to obtain an Injunction to
testralii tho defendant from pioceedltii;
with the action
The bill nilRed that tho failure and
neRlect to pay tlio taxes occuried "In
inUertcutly and by mistake;" that De
cember .1, 1903, one of the co-plaintiffs,
Um Tour, tendered thu taxes to the
collected which wcro refused because
the defendant had alrendy paid thim,
mid that then on the same day he ten
dered them to tho defendant who le
I used the.
Tho plaintiffs' oldencu does not
show that their failure to pay No-
ember IS wns owIiir to mlstiiko or
foiRctfiilncss, but that they Intend
ed to pay and told tho collector to
call again. Tho collector testlllcd
that they tnld him they would pay
him In a few das. Tho recital in
tho answer of talks between defend
ant and the plaintiffs Is not a plead
Iiir of facts but lather of ovldenco
In siiimort nf tho nlleuatlon that tho
nonpayment was wilful. Hut as cor-
rectlv determined In tlio rullnc uiion
tho demurrer tho plaintiffs' causo
did not rcqulro explanation of tho
delay ntul therefore tho allegation In
tho answer that It was wilful was
not responsive to tho Issue, whether
matter of defenso or not.
Whether the equity rulo upon the
forco of rcsponsho nvcrments In a
sworn answer Is applicable to hear
ings on oral testimony rather than
on depositions and to a stntuto to-
quiring all bills to bo verified by
oath may. admit of doubt; It cer
tainly does not require tho judge to
accept rccltnls of conversations us
literally true when not denied bj
two witnesses or by ono witness cor
loboralcd by circumstances.
(Continued from Pace 1)
that tho Territory had not dono a par
ticularly good Job In Installing the
sewer, and ho therefore deemed It un
fair to foist upon tho city something
that was not an unmixed blesblng by
nny means, and uxact payment there
fore. Senator Smith was outspoken In his
opposition to tho proposition, repeat
ing tlio remarks which ho mado when
tho matter lust came up fur consider
ation. Senator Mooro presented figures to
tliow that tho tax would not provo n
ory great drain on tho propcity-owil
crs affected. Ho said that there wero
55.CS miles of sower in tho city of Ho
nolulu, Installed at ait expenso of
1583.352. Ho therefore estimated the
cost per foot at $2, which, divided be
tween property holdem on both sides
of tho street, would muko each man's
chnrgo 11 per front foot.
As tho bill contemplated cutting tlio
total up into ton annual installments,
ho did not bcllovo that nuyimo would
suffer greatly from having to pay for
thu sowor system.
Scnntor McCarthy spoko heartily In
favor of tho bill, oxprcsblng tho belief
that It would work most satisfactorily
to all concerned, by making all property-holders
help pay tho cost of the
suwers passing by their land, whether
they mado uso of thorn or not. v
A motion to postpone, action on tlio
bill Indefinitely, fulled to cany. A mo
tion to pass tho bill on second reading
.0025 Tax Up Again.
Senuto Iilll No. 139, which provides
for a special proporty tux of ono quar
ter of ono per cent for Internal Im
provements, was duo for third reading,
nui mo judiciary uommitteo mado a
few minor amendments, so llunl action
was laid over until a (it luted copy of
In mu imu uiwi mini it j'liiiiwn Lii)tJ Ml
tho bill as amended could bo secured,
HONOLULU, T. It, MONDAY, APIUL
Tho bill will come up tinnoirovv
Thin bill, which linn thu hacking l
the Vnu inn) Means Committee, mid
Ih said to 11 ml favor with the AilmlnU
trnllon, lias evoked some pielty utretiu
aus opposition In certuln quarters, ami
It la believed Hint there may lii' h
sharp attack made on it when It cunicu
up fur tlilril ri.nl I UK
More Home Rule.
ChlllliiKvvorth presented another
homo rulo rosnluilnn, foei Iiik mill It
(lie untile ground n thu ini'niiiio whlcn
tlio Senate turii'il ilimn u lev; wccki
ngu. Clillllimvvoith, In IntrodiicMR m ,
now leholvo, Mild that lie himself la-
cil that tin (list one ns rntl.ur
radical lie ftirilicrinoio stntcd 1"it
ll... ti.ill, t..lt,fllHH,ltt li.nl 1 t.t tt H.af.fltl!
leemas mo nisi ime. ii ih liiiiiersiiio i (
that tho resolution was drawn bv ii
A ran in iicuiiuiis were iniriuiiiec.i Krn(M fi,m.r plncu weie
In slippoitof IheHinato lllll piovlditiK ,j,iial ami vuv be nitlfull lelulei
for paluntH to icrinlu hinds occupied ,.,),
''' churches and cemeteries. As Hie
bill h.nl alreail) pasjeil the senate, one
of tho petitions u is placed on (lie ami
the otheru weie mil down to the
House to bo used In conni'itlou with
the consideration of the bill.
Land to Churches.
Senator KiiiiiImii Introduced a con
current icsoliitlnu iiiivIiIIiik that all
property now occupied as i lunch niton,
tho title to whldi Is htlll vested In the
government, hliall he turned oer to
(lie churched occupvliiK It on the pay
ment of n liomlu.ll pi Ice. The icxolu
lion was adopted.
Another lenitlbv conimiinlc.itlon
from Osteopath Sehiiitnnn, iinent tho
new medical practice bill, was submit
ted. The Clerk rend through n Kodl
part of it, but then Senator KnuibHii
called attention to the fact that the
Senate was not slttltiR as a hoard of
medical examine! s and, on moloii, the
rest of the re.ulliiK wiih united and
the communication was ordeted II led
10c Tax BUI Diet.
llakcr'ii bill, proWdltiK for a specific
tax of 10 cents per acre on all lands
In tho Tcnltory, came tip fur hecond
rcndliiR. linker complained that the
Judiciary Committee, when consider
ing bis bill, did not call him Into con
Biiltatlon, ami he secured a suspension
of tho flvo-mlnute speech rule to ex-
plain his stand.. When ho Rot tlnouuli
"10 Ho'mto voted to postpone action of
,,ls ul" Indefinite!)
rero icivcomiuuiiirauou irom
" ,,0"c. 10 cttc "" '" '""'y
had fulled to concur In the Senate
amendments to House Hill .No. 38, the
President appointed Senator:! I-'alr-
child, Cnclho nnd Mooro as members
of tho Joint conferenco committee.
Tho following bills, up fiom the
House, passed first rending'
House lit 1 1 No, 21C, public loans.
House 11111 No218: Houw. Hill. Nt
217, sinking fund to pay off Ten 'tori il
Senator Ilakor Introduced a bill
amending tho law relative to th Kceiv
Ing of tho records of births, man lagea
and deaths. Tho bill passed first ic.i I
Ing and was referred to tho rrlutlnt;
Senato Hill No, 143, repealing the
law relative to tho transportation of
lepors, passed second rending.
Houso Hill No. 101, granting n spec
lal francjilso for a railway on Hawaii
was referred to tho Judiciary Com
Houso Joint Resolution No. 7, In re
stamp duties, wns linnded over to thu
select conimllleo on taxation for con
sideration nnd report.
Senato Hill No. 143, making nihil
tloii.il appropriation for tho Depart
ment of I'uhllc Lands for tho current
biennial period, passed Its fcccond
EDWIN FERNANDEZ DID
NOT TAKE MANU'S JOD
It was not I.dvvlti I'crnnndcz who
took awn the typewriting Job from
Charles Mnnii, ns Mated In tho report
of tho testimony given before the
Graft Committee, but Nagarlin l-'er
nandcz, chief clork of the Journal
Nngaian l-'ernandez stales In regard
t ntho matter that ho took tho work
nvvay from Jlnnu and gave It to the
other Iiojh bcciuso ho found Mann do
ing (ho work during tho hours when lu
was on duty and using tho paper of
tho Journal Committee to do the typ
Ing on. Ah a mutter of fact, ho sas,
Maim did nouu nf tho work, because
what ho hud dono was thrown aw.ij
So, according to tho statement made
by Kernnndez, Maim got his $2.05 for
Deputy Sheriff Oscar Cox of Wnlu
luti, who oamo up this moiulng, said
that tho Wnialti.t husehall team won
from tho Alea team ut a baseball game
played at Wnlilua ycHtuiduy. Tho at
teudanco was large.
Tltoio will he a memorial scrvlco to
pnoriow afternoon nt 3 o clock In Cen
tral Union Chinch for Miss Anno M
1'elker, who died suddenly on Salur.
1 " '
l'1''' flum 1,gart ut&cubo.
vi &. ., stc 9 1
10,, 100?..., ,
ONLY $2500 MORI
NEEDEO FOR F
Walluku Church Will Soon
Begin To Build
(Siicilal to the .It u 1 1 e t I n
WAII.UKU, Miiuf, April 17 --The
'iirliriH rlnirtlioH on Maul or .ill il-
m - a . t .
n,,v. viu nin Catholic Cliunli
WnlluKit mul the Kii-iliuiminu nn-
itlve (lmnh were ciowdeil. ami tin
The little iliuifh of the (SihiiI
Shepbctd of Wallilliil had Its full
shate for Iheio weie nrnil two
hlliidied pinkid closily toRether
when l!ev. Canon Win. Attlt and the
choir of ho)s and ouni: ladles op
ened the M't vices with tile first
hymn. This iiim luslely pimca the
III Ci'llt lieeil of a new ( hill (ll fin
liioie people would suiel hae (oiue
In hear the excellent uiiislc and list
en to the eloquent woids of thu lec
tor If there weie moie loom. The
ipffertorles of the day weie set nti.il I
for the new chinch fund iiuil '-'.-021
i!5 weie ienllzed, one Rciitlcmin
alone, who does not want his nnine
made known, headed the list wltn
$10o. Tin! (lunch fund now has
about SG&OO and only about ?2r,00
moie Is needed for the erection of u
suitable stone biiildliif; wot thy the
name of a palish chinch. Until ItlKht
Ilcv. Illuhoii Itestarlcl. and Ilcv. Mi
Ault litno been working most nsbld
iiously toward seciirliiK mibseilptlons
for the bulldltlR fund, and the Lad
led' (liilld. too, has dono wonders In
that respect, for the ladles liae nl
le.idy acqulied by Mirlotis bazaars
Itev. H. II. Dodge preached a ery
able sermon on Sunday evening nt
the Union Churdi, Walluku. The
place was lit up for the ilist time
with acetylene lights. The music
by the tialned choir or ladles was
'Continued from Pace tl
liltely postponed; four vveto up for
third reading; II In thu hands of
the Senate, G5 tent to tlio (ioveinor
riftv-nlno bad been signed by tho
$20.00 GUESS p.00
The Honolulu Gai Company, Ltd., will hold a Guess
ing Contest, in which the winner will be awarded a
Take a peep in our window in the Alexander
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
LADIES' CORSET COVERS
25c apiece NOW 15c apiece
35c apiece NOW 25c apiece
50c aniece NOW 35o aniece
75c apiece NOW 50o apiece'. S2 00 apiece NOW $1.50 aniece
SALE NOW ON FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
piven to nil orders for
do' ii nor mid M'.eti vetoed Six vc -Kim
linl been t-ustnlnnl bv tin llous
ii 'id ,t.ou on the seventh whs still
'I vi. bills were still In the Oovern
iii li i -i 1 awaiting action by him
Tin I'llnllng Committee lind five
'UK Ji'dliUry 11. Health and Po
ll' e 1, I'll I) Ilc Li.iids 7, lvducRtlon.il
I Mlm "ikieeoiiK 2, Special 5.
Of the redornl iippioprlotlon 10.
" M I", 'I'd lici n spent, nnd of -the
ro I nrbil .vnil $1 I,!''! n.
in- Hi" Mini hi red in lli 8cn
i , m ; tnts to lloiike Hills 90
'. 1"". I TO. Hire explains I
tha1 Ih' nm rtilienU were tniido b
i I ' '!.. V A Klunrv and A
(1 'I l'i ' t i . ' il weie Iherefoii
all l;'.it II." House link Ills wold
A pe'ltoin ' I" .lie III 'lubivs of
Ihe l.lhlie Chin ll u.n picspntid I"
Fhclilon lli'plng the legislators ('
uppnrt the bill in ginnl land pnt-
i'IiIh to the i'Iium lien The House
ll.H uli-euily killed Its bill on tills
Mlhjnit, but there 1. a Senate bill to
the Mine elfeet now In the bnuds of
I he Mlsiellnnroils Committee, nnd
the petition was therefore refciinl
to that loinmlttee
The rillllllie Cillll'llitlee tepnttl I
ill il balih of bills, ilenilng up the
'iie.isii.ei In Its hands It icmiiu
mended the passage nf Senate Hill1
12D, lelatiug In the proctiili.g of II
i discs b Heeonil-hund ilenleis. Sen
ate lllll 12,, lelnllug to Ihe Hono
lulu Hon Works; Senate lllll 1U, ie
luting to lodging nnd tenement
houses, hotels, boaidlng houses and
restaurts, with amendments to fix
tho Ihense fee for hotols and res
laiiruiilH In the dlstrldH of llonolul I
'ind llllo nt $."U and In all other dls
lllrls nt t'2'.
The (ommltlcp lecommendcd that
a new I'em of $1 no, 000 for Hono
lulu wharf and harbor Improvements
be Inserted In tho emasculated Sen
ate Hill 123, the loan bill which
as It camp to thu House carried
$100,000 for thu Kula pipe line. Sen
ate lllll 110, to provide for tho re
imbursement of the Tcrrltor for the
mat of the Ktiln pipe line, was rec
ommended fin pnt-tngc
The Health nnd Police Committee
ricommenlcd the passage of Seiinn
lllll 111, lcl.uliix to leper settlement
and hospitals, with n few minor
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Lstest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST1
AT TWENTY DOLLARS.
$1.00 apiece NOW 75c apiece
$1.25 apiece NOW 00c apiece
$1.40 apiece. .. .NOW $1.00 anicco
$1.75 apiece HOW $1.25 auicce
lifii? H a
-. uwr-."S -T'SP-l
IN BIG COMPANY,
Judge Silliimn To Help
Itrulicn It Sllllimin, tho well
known New Yoi I. lawjpr. who wad
it one time Jmlc'e of the Circuit
("mut in Hi uohilu has been nppoln
ed bv th" Kxe-iillve Coun"ll of tlio
Viillonnl CIvli IVil'int'un a member
of i i(iiiniltti to diaft proposed
i ii ml. in nt. id the Simmon Anti
.hull S1 lin'in I' In t Ii; mmpanjr.
The ih. I-s i it. of the rommlttco Is
.-'e.h l.(.,. m.ie M.i)oi of Qrenlor
New Yiik. mid Hie other members
ate fiedcilck II I'Mi of Huston,
J'.eb lik N .hi l'i 'I i f rt,. Unlls, licit
icii il h.l'lnmn of .i 'v York, nnd
Hi nn . Tn.l if New York.
Jii'Ur m II-., hi w.m In Honolulu
'.im mm i in iilomev fur Lowilo In
tile Uiw le I'aliln III i.ise.
INDCX OF DlLLCTIN
INOUOTI'IAL UDITION f
Aorlcullural Possibilities of Hawaii. US
Bee Industry ami Tariff, by A. F.
Colfco I'ldustry . . ......... '10'
Cvenlng Bulletin History 45
Ewa Plantation Company 3
f'creits and Eurjir Industry 3D
Grove Farm . 21
History of 3urjar Industry by R.
D. Mead 17
Hawal.iln Sugar Co 21
Halawa Plantation 27
llllo Sugar Co 23
Hawl Milt and Plantation Co., Ltd.. 23
Hoticmu Sugar Co 30
l-fakalau Plantation Co, Ltd 31
Hawaiian M.ihcnany Co., Ltd 31
Honckaa Sugar Co., Ltd 33
Hamakua Mill Co., Ltd 33
Mawanan i oaacco zu
Hutchinson SuQir Plantation Co.... 33
Hawaiian Agtlcultural Co 3ji
Hllo Hallroad Co 3S!
Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange 41
Homettcading and Tariff 47-
Honolulu Harbor 46)
Honolulu Plantation Co 10
Hawaiian Commercial &. Sugar Co. 13;
Kahulul Railroad Co 15'J
Kahuku Plintatlon Co 12
Kaclcku Sugar Co 17?
Koloa Sugar Co 22?
ICIIjup.1 Cun.il Pl.lnt-ittnn Cn 91
,-..,.. ..-. . . :-
rcrirvf ouyur o,, Lia :j
Kukalau Plantation Co 33
Koh.il.i Sugar Co 37j
Kukalau Mill Company 31
Live Stock Industry 3t
Laupahoshoe Sugar Co 321
Land Laws and Labor Problems... 23
Llhue Plantatlcn Co 20
Maul Homestead Movement 12
Maul Agricultural Co H
McBryde Plantation 13
Makcc Sugar Co 21
Nlulll Plantation 32
Ookala Sugar Plantation 32
Olan Sugar Co 23
Oncinea Sugar Co 25
Oahu Sugar Co., Ltd 9 s
Olowalu Company 17
Pioneer Mill Co 18
,! I Puakea Plantation Co 29
Puako Plantation Co 29
Pepeekco Sugar Co 30
Pacific Sugar Mill 34
Public Schools 39
Paauhiu Sugar Plantation Co 36
Pineapple Industry 42,43
Rice Industry 33 .
Rubber Industry , 17
Union f.MII Company 35J
Volcano Stables 37
Walanae Sugar Co Hi
Walmanalo Sugar Co 11
Walalua Agricultural Co 10
Walakea Mill Co 27
Walmea Sugar Co 22
Walluku Sugir Co 10
I leiitcn.iut Houston, the now light
house Inspector for the District of Ha- '
wall, will leave In the llghtliouso ten.
dor Kukul tomorrow for the Inspection
of lighthouses on Maul. Ho will ho
nhsi nt foi a week
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. Theis are the telephone
numbers of tha Bullrtln office.
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Secretary Hnvvnimn Engineering
Association. Office Hours: From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1911 SO. KING ST..H0N0LULU, T.H,
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