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proportion to his false economy. No
live merchant tries nowadays to get
along without the BULLETIN.
VOL. XI. NO. 4204.
14 PAOES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1000. 14 PAOES.
PRIOR 5 CINTS.
APPROPRIATIONS PASSED FINISH WORK
SULTAN SURRENDERS APTER BATTLE
FILES ITS REPORT
Appropriation BUI INow Is Up To The
Governor - Revenues of Terri
tory Ar& Ample To Cover AH
Provisions As BUI Stands
Tho Appronrlutloii 1IIII Ih now up
tii tlio (Joicrnor. This morning tliu
report of tho Joint Conference Com
mittee, appointed (o Bcttlo tlio dif
ference between tlio Semite mul
limine, presented Uh report, nncl
liotli branches of the Legislature
adopted It without discussion.
Ah was stated last night cxcluxhe
ly In tlio Jl til lot In, tho uppio
prlatlon hill as It now stands, comes
well within tho available rctcnilcs,
and tho big deficit which at ono
tlma threatened ruin linn heen found
to exist very InrKely on paper.
The rocnncB of thu Territory for
the next hlennlnl period wero otti
muted on a very consenntho Insls
nml will, It In prophesied, tonsldei
nhly exceed tho figures sent down hy
tho (Jmcrnor. rurthermorc, thero
Is tlio J.'O.OOO contingent fund plac
ed at tho disposal of (he C!ocrnor,
hut of which It Is estimated no usa
will have to hu made.
LOAN BILL FAILS
TO PASS HOUSE
Fifty-Eighth Day Morning 8eslon.
Iho Ui.iii appiopiliitluu hill, Hoiiku
31111 2i7 was kllh d dead ns tho uiiiin
'lu of olil Itumexth I nlho llouso this
morning, After It has been HtulTt.il o
full of amendments that thero was no
possibility of its hclng signed hy the
flovcrnor, even If It wero to pass the
Senate. As read tho hill carr'ed ap
propriating! totaling ISO.IPIO, luit hy
the tlniu tho sovorul memhurs got
through Licking on their own lllllo pet
schemes, It was swollen to $21fl,nMii.
Alfonso stalled tho h.ill lolling lo
parting on a few amendmenlH for his
dlstilet, lucludlnr npproirlalious fi'i
u eouit Iioiim), morguo and other
things. Then Sheldon got In wl'h his
Wnlmca iier embankment pioposl
tlou, nml WchI Hawaii alio wanted n
few slices of tho plu. After Ohen
had admonished tho members nut to
mako foolH of thenibeUcH at thu o"i'i
The very latest thing for autoists, and ont that is very
popular. The cap, nude of cravenette, with a double vi
sor, is serviceable and attractive.
The transparent oslluioid visor is an excellent substi
tute for the ugly goggles. Come and see them at
COR. FORT AND
Tho total appropriation, as (oorcd
hy the report of the committee, H
$2,S:!8,o:il It Is estimated that the
revenues will exceed 'i, 800,000 kouio
what In addition thcio Is tho J.'iV
000 contingent fco to he taken Into
A brief list of the principal reduc
tions made hy tho Joint Confrrcnco
Commlttco In tho hill as It left tho
Adjutant tlcneraj $4800; llouso
Archives oxpenscs $21 CO; reduced
Promotion Item of $0000; struck
Queen $15,000; llouso figure.
Auditing Department expenses $3,
000. Treasurer's Department, llcenso
fieri., corporation derk, recording
clerk and tdenogrnpher struck out,
(Continued on Pace 2)
of tho session, ho himself proponed to
Insert an Item of $75,000 for repairs
to tho Judiciary building This was
tho Inst strnw. Tho c ninel's hark
broke and thu whole load tumbled to
Conference Report Adopted.
Tlio anticipated rcirt of the confer
ence committee on tho npptoprlatlon
hill was submitted by Cohen and road
hy tho Clerk. Kalelnpu moved Its
adoption and tho nto was taken with
out debate. Mnkekau and Walwnlolo
wero the only members voting against
tho adoption of thu report. Doutlittl
ami tho Speaker weio nbscnt. Thu wito
stood 25 (o 7,
Tlio House otcd to concur in tho
Clulstlau Scieucu amendment to thu
Medicil lllll, allowing tlioin "to carry
out tho tenets of their mllglou," 10
they do not charge for It or lucklo
Tho salary hoostH for County ntllctrH
(Conlbiued on Btae 3)
NEW SALVATION ARMY HOME
THE NEW SALVATION ARMY HOME TO BE ERECTED UNDER DIRECTION OF ARCHITECT H. I. KERR
No less n sum than $15,000 Is to hills noiir'tho mountains, has n beau- a playground for tho children In
bo expended on tho Salvation Armyltlful aspect, and tho breezes linvo rainy weather. Tho dining-room op
Kcscuo Homo which Is to ha erected full play at all times ens off tho back lanal, and Is so or-
on tho land formerly owned hy A 1 I Tho Homo Is designed to nccom- langed that It cm bo opened out In
Cooko, adjoining Judge W'ciwcr'H modnto nbout sixty persons, and am- conjunction with tho lanal. thus
placo In Mnnoa valloy. 11. U Kerr, I pic dormitory room Is provided tor forming ono vory large room. Thero
tho architect for tlio building, has
prepared plans and specifications call
lug for n splendid building of tho
most up-lo-dato design.
Kvcrj thing Is of tho best, and tlio
comfort of both the Inmates mid fac
ulty of tho Army Is catered for In
tho most modern manner. Tho build
Ing, which Is situated on the foot-
BEAUTIFY THE PALI
ROAD, JAYS FERN
Mayor Wants Tropical
Trees Planted On
Ills Honor, Major Kern tills morning
discussed the beuollflcatlon of the I'all
oj'l Should his suggestion, which
will undoubtedly h submitted to thu
lloaid of Supcrvliors, hu acted upon
by that body, boih sides of tho I'all
road wjll bo planted with Hawaiian
trees, which are fast disappearing fiom
He wishes to plant ohla. mango.
orange, fig, alligator pear and other
troptenl fruit trees, as woll as tho mllo,
kou, ktnnuul nad other Hawaiian
Hon. and Mrs. It. M. Knnlho nro giv
ing this nftcrilbou a grand Hawaiian
hum In ' Itilillliiui.ini hall on KuKul
sheet, in honor of thu hlithdiiy of their
ginndeuji, ono )car old. Tho litau
started at I o'clock and thu mcniheis
of thu Senate nml llouso of Ilopresen-
Thu hall Is hciutlfully decorated and
nflor Ilia luau (hero will ho given Ha
wallan hulns for tlio benefit of tho
guests. Ily order of Major Forn, tho
Hawaii in hand plujeil from 12 to 1:30
o'clock IIiIh afternoon
Tll-'w"! l WMW 1B
usually takes such steps as
will lead to it. One objeet of
every true man is to provide
for his family's future. Life
Insurance will do.it.
'that many, Tliuro arc about tpreo
aires of Innd surrounding the Home, Ing-moni, and on chilly nights thesoj
and ns tho land has a steep slope, will ho much appreciated by the in
drainage Is mado easy mates Pour large sleeping apart-
On tho first floor thero nro two incuts tiro provided, and at least thlr
lauals with the various rooms open- ty persons can II nil beds there.
Ing off them. Thn windows are con- Kitchens, pantries, storerooms, and
tinned down to the floor, and are Ui
reality doors. Thero' verandas form
More Than Four
Iltraiiso thu fright train fioni ln
uu hroko down the track nml wrecked
Itself, tho Mauaa Keu was four hous
Into In arriving this morning. It ap
pears that when the Puna train
leached thu switch, lesdlng down to
IIIIo, It broko down tho railroad track.
It throw itself clear of tho track and
forced thu passenger train, which wns
lollowiug, to wall until tho track had
In tho meantime a messago was sent
to IIIIo for men income and patch tho
pllllda. It was nearly four hours be
fore tralllc was lesuined.
So fnr os rcnild be learned, no Injury
wns rustaliied b anjonu on tho fi eight
Tho III own & l.jon Co., Mil., has in
corporntcd ami lias secured storo room
with thu Hawaiian News Co, Ltd.
h small quantities sanitajr eo
Www. Lsrtc ovdeM for delrrety
Island Fruit Co.,
72 S. XING. PH0N1 IS.
Get the Best
There is no advantage trying un
proven messengers. Get those you
know to be reliable and prompt, the
kind we have.
qERVIOB. PHONE 38.
Spring Mattresses. ..
NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH ORABIi, IMPORTED
SPRING HATTRBflSEB, TOR WOOD 031 IRON BEDS
JUST RIOKVED. i , ( i . ,-! dJ,J
J. Hopp fc Co.,
185 KING ST.
nro largo open tlrepinces in the din
Juvenile bathrooms nro nlso on litis
(Continued on Page 6)
OAHU COLLEGE GOES
TO SEATTLE FAIR
Fine Photographs Have
Been Prepared For
Tho exhibit of enlarged photo
graphs of buildings and views on tho
campus to he sent to tho Scattlo Ex
position hy Oahu Collego Is being
held todiiy at (lurrcy's. Thero nro
twelvo pictures In all two largo
ones of 1'auahl Hall nml Charles II.
Illshop Hall; small ones of Cooko
Library, Tllnghnm Hall, I'alm Drive,
Spring and I'ergoln, Night Itloomlng
('crops, and Championship Game;
and panoramas showing pictures of
tho campus on vlow from Rocky Hill,
campus from lower flold nml com pus
from dormitories. These pictures nro
In sepia and appropriately framed.
A (lartley has supervised tho mak
ing and collecting of tho photo
graphs and Miniu of tho pictures nro
enlargements of his plates. Most of
tho other photographs aro from
plates made by It, W. Perkins. Tlio
picture of tho football game, Is an
enlargement of u snapshot taken hy
(Continued on Page 2)
'Tooth and Nail'
Brushes, all Prices
We are out for business,
tooth and nail.
MONTEREY, Cal.. April 24.
Charles Warren Stoddard, the famous
author, Is dead.
Stoddard was horn In llocheslcr,
N V, In 18 13 Among his famous
writings were n sketch of Father Da
mien mid "Tho Island of Tranquil
When tho Senato adjourns for 4
tho session on Wednesday next, 4
4 It will not go out of business li 4
4 any means. A special "hnldincr
committee." composed of three 4
4 members whoso terms of office do 4
not expire until 1912, will have 4
4 been appointed to keep trnct of 4
weighty matters relating to 4
4 ' A resoTutlon, calling for tho nie 4
4, polptmcnt of, flucha committee 4
wns introduced Into tho Senate 4
several days ago. This morning 4
It was put to otc. and was adopt- 4
ed. Thero wos somo little discus- 4
4 sloci, President Smith not bellov- 4
f Ing that only thoso Senators ho 4
4- still havo nnodier session ahead 4
4 of them should bo eligible. Ho 4
4 stated that several of tho most 4
4 experienced Senators wero now 4
4 attending tho last session of their 4
4 terms, and ho thought that they 4
4 should stilt ho available for such
Ho wns In tlio minority, how-
f ever, nn I tho rcsolutlqn, ns
passed, limited tho commlttco to
Tho commlttco will devote most
4 of Its time to financial matters, so
4 that, when thu Senato convenes
4 next session, Its Ways and Means
4 Commlttco will not be entirely In
4 tho dark.
444444 4 4 4 4
ONCE ONLUND GIOD
Illom has only ono clearance sale
each year and that a genuine ono. He
gathers nil of thu goods together for
tho slaughter and then uses tho knife
to tho best advantage to tho ieoplc
who have traded with him during tho
previous twoho months. His next
great clearanco salo will begin on Sat
urday mid continue for two weeks dur
ing which tho goods, ntarked In plain
figures, will bo sold. First como first
served and tho early bird gets thn best
In tho lot Thero will ho great bar
gains In reasonable things this joar
and ladles aro uihlscd to wait for
"For Salt" crdj a Bulletin.
for those who need this kind of n shoe, LISTEN a Tan
Russia Double Sole Blucher Bal built on a roomy last to
come within the U. S. Army Regulations; mado of a
tough, rich brown Russia leather which takes a high polish.
They show quality and make a fine combination with
the Russia puttie legging so much worn now-a-days,
Riders, investigate! This is a tin. Only one place to
buy the right kind of shoe.s WHERE? At 1051 Fort St.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Turkey, April
24. The city is in the hands of the
Constitutionalists. There was sharp
fighting this morning with one thou
sand casualties reported.
The Sultan has surrendered, but
the conditions lie has been forced to
accept are not known.
Quiet has been restored.
BEIRUT. April 24 The town of
Kessab has been bunted. The peo
ple are in n state of terror.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., April 24.
Brandenburg, who was arrested hcio
a day or two ago, denies the charge
against him of. forging ex-Presid:tit
Cleveland's name to the famous letter
favorable to Taft that went out at
the opening of the National cam
paign. Brandenberg will fight extra
Near San Pedro
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 24. A
wireless telegram was received hero
tcdav from the Japanese cruiser Aso,
stating that the squadron will ar
rive ct can Pedro tomorrow.
T0PEKA. Kan.. April 24. Four
reoplc perished here today in a hotel
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal., April 23.
SUGAR: 96 degree Centrifugals 3.95
cents, or $79. per ton. Previous quo
tation. 3.89 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis 10s. Gd. Par
ity, 4.21 cents. Previous quotation,
10s. 5 l-4d.
SAN FRANCISCO. Col., April 22.
SUGAR: 90 degree Centrifugals 3.83
cents, or $77.80 per ton. Previous
quotation, 3.80 cents.
BEETS: 88 analysis, 10s. 4 l-2d.
Parity, 4.19 cents. Previous nuota
Hon, 10s. 5 l-4d.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
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