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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATL'tlDAY, APItlL 21, 1009
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HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
A "O ' I A as applied to picture framing is a much-abused
xy.Lv. X term. It is a hackneyed word used by many
to catch the public attention and not at all associated with
the goods they sell. Good taste is ex- riirATT'c
emplified in everything offered at VJLlllvy O
Another Week Due Of
Higher Prices In
liiinicv LIU made lt report, rccoiu
nu'tiilliiB tliat tlio House concur In the!
sensible amendments made by the
Senate to tlie bill. The icport was
adopted ami tho bill goes to the (lov
crnor as amended.
Dlihop Street Extension.
Cohen Introduced n Concurrent lies
olullon enllltiB upon tho Hupcrlnten
dent of Public Works to take slept
immediately for (be opening up o
lllidiop Ktreet from lierelunla stioet ti
Tho resolution wn
BROWN & LYONS JOIN
WITH HAWAIIAN NEWS
Real Estate Conditions Are Favorable
With Many Inquiries Bond
Issues Attractive! Lo-
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Also some Fine HORSES and POUL
TRY per S. S. Lurline.
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phou 185,
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Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Qrant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Centrifugal! 3.95 cents.
Beet 10. 6d.
Thin was tho biggest thing In tho
business section of tho town this
morning ami stocks began to look up
as u result of tho official sugur quota
tions that followed so closely on Drok
er Pollltz's booster prediction.
Tho sugar market Is now doing what
has long been expected of It mid It is
believed that the, piesent rate has coma
to stay for u while, particularly when
London beet BUgar Is tho highest It
bus been this season at a parity of
News from all the plantations Is of
a favorable cliuructur no tur as ino
crops go. Tho Japanese papers uro
doing their best to stir up a labor
troublo. That Is. somo of them nre.
The Japanese agitator in gun this morn
ing got out an extra of a striku that is
"going to lake place" on Oahu planta
tion but only the agitators know of It.
In connection with this matter of
wages It Is quite probable that after
tho tariff question is settled thero will
be a general movement among tho vn
rlous plantations to do a larger amount
of their work under tho contract sys
tem, so that tho men who do tho best
work will got tho most money. It Is
also probablo that thero will bo n gen
eral readjustment so that people will
be paid according to tho character of
tho work they do as Is tho case in the
Industries of tho mainland.
Crop reports from Mcllrydo planta
tion aro coming in very favorably.
Thero Is no doubt that tho plantation
will turn out Its fourteen thousand tons
this year ami o ntho knowledge of this
blocks of that stock havo been picked
up during tho past week . Tho fields
aro overrunlng the estimates.
Tho Ooknln deal Is going right along.
Davlcs & Co.'s auditor has gone to tho
plantation and Head I.uim McCubbln
has taken charge of tho now work. It
is stated on tho street that Davlcs &
Co. will begin paying on tho purchase
prlco Immediately, so that still more
money will como Into tho market for
reinvestment. Tho amount to bo paid
It Is qulto probablo that II. P. Dil
lingham will bo generally successful
In getting tho million dollars In bonds
needed to mako the Ilamakua exten
sion of tho Hllo railway. Tho Invest
ment is becoming attractive to estates
with funds to place.
Tho good condition of tho refinery
scheme of tho Hawaiian Sugar Plant
ers Is evidenced by tho calling In of
several hundred thousand dollars
worth of bonds.
A. A. Drown, tho sales manager for
tho Crockett refinery, camo to town
this week In tho I.urllno, Ho is just
down for an outing and to get ac
San Francisco Is principally Inter
ested In Hawaiian Commercial stock
theso days, lllils have como from
that section onil were general on the
street this morning.
In tho real cstuie market the condi
tions aro very well tet forth by the
Hawaiian Trust real estnto depart
ment, which reports that thero bavu
been n number of Inquiries for prop
erty during tho week, but it Is natural
nt a titno when there are many more
sellers than bums that prospective
purchasers aro holding off. Imllca-
lions certainly point to considerable
activity In real estate in tho very near the waterfiont
future. Thero art in fact now one adopted
or two deals pending which will bo Hi House Afraid.
tho naturo of an investment. Thero Is Consldei.itlon of tho Governor'.!
still a demand for cottages nnd there veto on the deer bill wus onco moie
aro n number of names on the waiting deferred, this time until Monday, on
list. Tho Bniall home-seeker Is show- motion of Affonso. The House ap
ing more Interest from time to tlmo In pears to bo afraid of this bill. Those
outside property to get land for cultl- members who want to override tho
vutlon. i veto keep postponing nctlon for fear
Tho Heal Estalo Exchange, which If they fall to sustain thu Governor, he
will bo a vigorous fuctor In the real es- may veto some mtiio of their pet mens-
tate field, reports a general Inquiry ures.
mid tho Bnlo of several lots In Wulnlao Third Readings.
Heights, tho now tract that Is being I Houso 1)111 231, making taxes prior
opened up In the most favorable sec- liens on personal property, passed
tlon of Knlmiikl. third leading.
King Street, Ewa of Fisomarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers In FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei: Tel 430.
Drown A Lyon.
Ono of tho very interesting items of
tho mercantile world Is tho announce
ment that tho Hi own & Ljtm Com
pany havo increased their capital from
J12.G00 to $25,000. The stock Is di
vided, a fourth to William C. Lyon, n
fourth to K. Horrlck Drown, und thu
Imlauco equally divided between J. II
Sopor, J. P. Sopcr nnd W. II. Soicr, all
paid up. This means a combination of
tho Drown & Lyon Company and thu
Book Department of tho Hawaiian
News Co. Tho now firm will bo known
as Drawn & Lyon. Co., Ltd., nnd will
share tho Btoro now occupied by the
Hawaiian News Co. in tho Young
building,' Tho business will bo con
ducted ns at present, under the man
ngement of William C, Lyon and K.
Hcrrlck Drown. ,
Tluslncss conditions aro good. ' One
of the best evidences' is tho fact that
ono of tho largo property holders on
Port street advanced routs a short
tlmo ago. In each nnd every Instance
tho occupants of tho stores Involved
nccepted tho advanco and although
thoy aro oxpectlngjinoro Improvements
ns a result, tho fact that they remain
where they aro shoys that business is
good, hotter thaittj?vas at tho same
tlmo last jear.
A matter that lias created not n lit
tle comment In tho business section Is
tho announcement that Delegate Ku
bio Is In Los Angeles while tho tariff
debato is on in Washington, No ono
knows tho reason why nnd tho plucnp
plo men whoso Interests nro tho most
threatened can't understand It.
Tho men behind tho tclophono reor
ganization aro moving as rapidly ns
posslblo for tho Installation of tho nil
'Continued from Pace I)
of Maul tackod on by tho Hennto In
House Dill ISO did not moot with fav
or 1 ntho House, which on motion of
Walwulolo, voted to non-concur. A
conference committed ccmsliitln t of
Waiwalolc, Carloy and Nnwalilnu was
appointed tn fight It out with tho Sen
uto. Tho Houso concurred In tho Senate
amendments to Houso Dill CI, relating
to Inheritance tax
Senato Dill 150, the same as House
Dill 233, providing a salary of $23 n
month for thu district magistrate (
Kuluupapa, was received and passed
Its first reading In tho House. This
bill, being farther advanced than tho
Houso mensuie, Houso Dill 233 was
tabled when it camo up later for third
Lunacy Dill O. K.
Tho conferenco commltteo on tho
Houso Dill 229, Shingle, relating to
Issuance of title by the Couit of Lahd
Registration, gpasscd without opposi
tion. House fllll 207, making seclnl ap
propriations from n fund to be created
by thu issuance of bonds, was taken
up for final rending. Tho bill ns read
carried the following Items: Knplolaul
Girls' Home, $15,(100; Hoys' Industrial
School, J12.000; Hannlel wharf, $10.
000; Mahlikoun wharf, $13,300.
Affonso moved to Insert an Item of
$10,000 for a court houso at Honoknn
Sheldon opiKised this, holding that It
Is up to thu County of Hawaii to pnj
for Its own court houses mid thu tnck
lug on of Items would Hill the bill.
I'urtado said tho court house at Ho
uoknn Is a dilapidated old shack that
is a shnnio ami a nocsorc.
Correa moved the Item bo tabled
Tho motion wns lost. Shingle wns of
tho opinion that ns each of tho other
counties Imd un Mem In tho hill, the
Houso ought tn let it go at that. He
suggested that Hast and West Hawaii
get together and decidu what the)
Walwalolo moved to take tho hill
Tho motion wns lost.
Kalclopu said ho understood none
of tho Items meets with the Governor's
approval nnd If passed In Its present
form tho bill would bu pocket vetoed.
It wns up to the House to find some
thing the Governor would approve. He
loasted Walwulolo for trying to kill
Affonsn's amendment wns adopted
ami encouraged by this lie offered un
other amendment of $10,000 for Ho
nakua water woiks. Carried. Still n
third Item was Inserted by Affonso.
$10,000 fur a morgue for Hllo, Carried.
Sheldon got in with an amendment?
tn provide $10,000 for nn embankment
for tho Walmea river, his pet measure,
which lie has been trying for six
years to get through. Tho amendment
Mukoktiu stuck In an amendment of
$13,500 for Honoipu wharf.
Cohen said there seemed to In- n
disposition to crowd In n lot of amend
ments that would kill tho hill, "If wu
uro going to monkey with this hill, we
nro liable to kill tho whole bill and
havo to come hack hero for n special
session. What's the uro of our mak
ing fools of ourselves on tho last day
of thu hesslon?"
"It's tho hiimo old story," said Af
fonso. "Hawaii gets It in tho neck us
she alwnyB has. I'm not going to
stand for that."
Shingle sided with Hnwall, saying
It wus unfair to havo tho Hawaii mom
bcrH go homo without a slnglo item,
Mnkeknu's amendment for Honoipu
Kulelnpti broko In with nn amend
ment of $I.(hii) lor nn nrinory.
This brought the total up to $111,300
The Last Straw.
Cohen moved to Increase this bj In
senlnc nn Item of $"u,im.o for lepnlis
to the Judiciary building. Carried.
The bill having now been boosted,
from $..tl.300 to $219,300, It was placed
'in Its third rending. It failed to pass,
.he wilo being II to 13 In favor of Us
passage, but US votes being uccossur
o pass It. Their wa a cuntrcnors
jwr Illblo's vote, be npparentiy being
sound asleep, though thu Clerk marked
him ns voting non. The voto stood.
May Now Practice.
House Dill 201, Coney, In repeal tho
law that prohibits sheriffs anil thel.
deputies from practicing law during
their terms of offlco. Castro moved
t (liable tho bill, but the motion was
lost. Alfonso spoke against tho lilt1.
expressing bis regrets that the House
had failed earlier In tho session In
adopt tho resolution prohibiting the
Attorney Geiicrul and his deputies an.1,
county attorneys ami their deputies
from engaging In private practice.
Coney vigorously supiwirled tie bill
Castro said n wile for tho bill would
be n vole against the wishes of the
Tho vole was taken, resulting In tin
passage of tho hill 1!) to S.
The work of the day being on!
about half ended, the House, nltliough
this Is Saturday, took a recess until
SENATE TEARS WAY
Host 0! Bills Are Sent
Through On Second
IIKAD TO CO.MK &
57th Day Morning Session
House Dill No, 231, providing for
nn annual exhibit of tho books of
corporations, camo up for third read
ing. Hut little Interest hud bcil
shewn in the bill on prior readings.
ami it wns supposed that tho meas
ure would go through without oppo
Senator Smith turned tho Chair
over to Kalama und took tho Moor
In opposition to thu bill, lie express
ed tho belief Hint the bill was too
far-reaching In Its effect. Ho said
hu did not want to do anything Hint
would Interfere with tho full Inves
tigation of corporations, but ho ob
jected to putting it within tho power
of tiny Treasurer to rcqulio n special
report according to his whim.
Senator Chlllliigworlh said ho did
not wnnt to pit his Know lodge
ngiiliiBt that of President Smith, but
hu expressed tho holier that tho pres
ent law allowed hi many fonus of
returns that no ono could iindcistiiud
I'ali child said the provisions In the
bill giving tho Treasurer tho option
to stipulate tho form of the reports
nnd nlso tit say who may and who
may not see tho reports, seemed to
him unwise. '
Ho said tho bill, according to tho
present wording, would glvo thu
Treasurer authority to grant speclnl
privileges tn his friends by giving
them Information withheld from oth
ers. Klnully It was decided to defer ac
tion on the bill until Monday.
Bill Ordered Printed
Senate Dill 151, tho report of tho
(pedal commission on the draining
of the Wnlklkl swamp", was ordered
printed. This bill will not bo con
sidered this session, but It was draft
ed with much euro nnd It was
thought witc to hnve It printed, Hint
li ma) be considered between now
und I lie time the next Legislature '
convenes, two ears heme. I ,,
Tax Liens Prior Liens ' -A
House Dill No. 225, making tas
Hens prior liens against real estate,
passed second reading with no oppci-
sltlon. When this bill first came ml '
fioni thu House It proved rough suit
ing, bill it wus amended ho ns tit
eliminate the most objcitlotinblu Tea
House Failed to Concur
A communication wni rerolvecl
from the House, stating thut that
body had fulled to concur In tho
Semite amendments to House Dill No.
189, raiting the suhuiea of the Coun
1 ollliers of .Mnul. Senatois Coclho,
Kalama. nnd Itobliitou were appoint
ed to the Joint Conference Commit
$2000. for Mnui Court , i
Senate Hill No. 152, appropriating
nn additional $2U0o fin tho expenses
of the Circuit Court on Maul, parted
second leading. Coo Mm explained
that should the bill full to nans, tho
court would have to shut up shop.
The report of tho Joint Conferenco
Comnilttuo on the Appropriation Dill
which cuts the hill us It passed tho
Senate down to $J,)i2!,031, was adop
ted, only linker and Robinson voting
Tlio Joint Conferenco Commltice,
nppolnted to ronslder thu Senate
amendments to House Hill No. 10,
the Insanity Commission bill, which
the Houso fnlled to concur ill, im
ported fiivcirnbly on the said amend
ments anil the report was adopted.
Salary for Magistrate
sennio mil .No, i,,o, which appro
priates $000 salary for tho District
.Magistrate of Kalnupapa, Molokal.
for the next two Jears. passed third
reading without opposition.
The Senate concurred In the Houso
amendments to Senato Dill No. 121,
he elertlon law. ThU bill was
amended in tlio lower chamber bo nit
to piovldu for tlio election of deputy
sheriffs In the City und County of
Honolulu, ns the bill making tlio of
fice un elective one has not yet -passed.
Senato Dill No. 120, fixing tho li
censes of second-bund dealers, camo
back from the House amended w) ns '
to place the granting of the licences
In tho hands of tho various Counties.
The nineiidmeiits wero put to a voto
nnd the Senntc concurred.
College of Hawaii '
House Dill No. 22S, grunting tlio
regents of tho Collego of Agriculture
nnd Mechanic Arts tho power lo ap
point officials and to fix their bonds,
pnsscd third reading.
House Dill No. 221, taxing Insur
ance companies nnd providing a pen
alty for non-payment, passed third
reading without any opposition.
Mukcknii'H bill grunting tho right
of appeal to Impeached County offi
cials, iidvcrsoly reported by tho Com
mittee, was laid on tho table. The
hill bad been 111 thu hands of tlio
committee for some time, and Mnko
liiur Ironically moved that it ho re
ferred back to the Commltteo with
Instructions to leport nftor tho cloao
of tho hesslon. i
House Dill No. K,3, regulating (he
dissolution of corporations, passed
Houso Dill No. 232, regulating the
earrlng of persons suffering from,
contagious diseases on passenger
ships, passed second reading. J
Enforce Tax Liens
House Dills Nos. 231, enforcements
of tux lleiiH by summary sale; nnd
229, certificates of title, camo up
from the Houso and pasted third rend
"For 8ale" card at Bulletin.
DO YOU RECEIVE
Special Offers on Books
From Eastern Publishers- Bankrupt Sales, Clearanoe Sales, etc?
THERE'S NO NEED TO SEND EAST. We can duplicate these offers. There is a lot of satisfaction
in seeing what you are to get before ordering. In addition, we have some special bargains in shopworn
books, weeded out while clearing our shelves for new stock.
Brown & Lyon Company,
CORNER OF MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STREETS, HONOLULU
KIDKALDY At l'liunul, Honolulu,
April 22. 1909, (leorgo William Klip
nohliihiokulaiil Klrkiildy. tho beloved
son of Ceorgu am) Annie Klrkaldy.
.-m m h
When Dahy was sick, wo gavo -hor
When sho wns a Child, she cried for
When sho became MIbs, sho clung to
Cast or la.
When sho had Children, sho gavo them
Death of Retired General. Chicago,
April 7. Marcus D. Simpson, brigadier
general, IT. S. A., retired, mid said to
have been the oldoBt living gradimto of
West Point, died nt his homo In Ulver-
Bide, near hero, last night nged S3. IIo
served throughout both tho Moxlcan
nnd Civil wnrs.
P. E. RStrauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalarna, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 60s
130, House 6 rooms.
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