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EVENlNa BULLETIN, IIONOWTLTJ,.T. H, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1903.
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LADIES' PLAIN BLACK LISLE GAUZE HOSE 50 and up
LADIES' BLACK LACE LISLE HOSE 35 and up
LADIES' PLAIN TAN LISLE HOSE 50 and up
LADIES' TAN GAUZE HOSE 50 pair
LADIES' TAN LISLE SILK EMBROIDERY 75 pair
LADIES' WHITE LISLE SILK EMBROIDERY 75 pair
LADIES' GREY LACE HOSE 75 pair
LADIES' 'GAUZE LISLE HOSE Vink, Blue, Grey, Lavender, White,
And cardinal CO pair
LADIES' SILK HOSE in Black, White, and Tan 91.25 pair
Especially good for men's shirts;
made of strong goods in fast colors.
A new line of fancy
WHITE SHIRTINGS AND
Cream Wool Serge
FOR LADIES' SKIRTS; very fine quality, 42 in. wide $1 per yd.
Striped Messaline Silks
in the Popular Shades, only one dress pattern of each. . . .$1.25 per yd.
New Evening Dress Goods
RADIUM SILK, MESSALINE SILK, LIBERTY SATIN, CREPE DE CHINES,
In Popular Shades.
Ladies' Lingerie Costumes
A very swell line of them just received and now on display in our
Fort St. window.
All of the Latest Ideas in
Veils and Veilings
Opposite Fire Station
phone 890. The Pond Dairy
Call and See the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
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Painted, the body upholstered, or fit
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FINEST WORK;' LOWUST PRICES.
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Also some Fine HORSES and POUL
TRY per S. S. Lurline.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phon 185,
De Bevoise Brassiere
A new lot in all sizes, 50 and
DE BEVOISE BRASSIERE
Daintily trimmed in lace, $3.
THE RICHEST AND PUREST MILK
IN HONOLULU DELIVERED DAILY
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Grant Marriage Liceiises; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sole,
Leases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
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King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
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GOODS of EVERY DE-
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Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
(or all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at I wild; Tel. 430.
2Hf-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
A 13 HP as applied to picture framing is a much-abused
-"- J- term. It is a hackneyed word used by many
to catch the public attention and not at all associated with
the goods they sell. J Good taste is ex- pniarn
emplifled in everything offered at vJLlllCy o
Territory Gets Verdict
(Special to the II ul let In)
WAILUKU, Maul, April 21. Tho
Inst Jury case of the Mnrch term of
tho Second Circuit Court .was heart!
Inst Thursday, when tlicy gave n
verdict ngalnst tho dcfendnntB in tho
case of tho Territory vs. Hubcllo, Fi
res, Kealoha, and Ma Tong of Omn
oplo, Makawao, for larceny of cnttlo
from the Holeakala Hunch Co. 0. V.
Ash ford aided tho prosecution, wlillo
Judgo Quarlcs championed tho causo
of the defendants. This was tho Bamo
enso that resulted In a mistrial dur
ing this term owing to imo Juryman
remulnlng until tho end for tho de
fendants. At this second hearing tho
raise was a hard-fought legal battle
between both nttornejs, tho caso last
ing (several days, and tho arguments
put up will long bo remembered by
those who heard them.
Judgo Kingsbury sentenced tho de
fendants as follows: Frank Hobcllo
to one j car's Imprisonment at hard
lafjor, Frank t'lres, ten months, Salo
mon Kealoha sentence suspended for
thirteen months, while Mn Fong will
bo sent to tho Reformatory School.
The defendants will appeal to tho Su
premo Court on exceptions.
'Continued from Paca U
tho Territory has had many problems
(o contend with, and the fact that
they havo been worked out as they
hdve is largely duo to the fact that
for SO j ears tho peoplo of Hawaii
havo been fitting themsolvcs for
American citizenship. So when an
nexation came, the Ilawallana wero
fnlrly well fitted for American citi
zenship. This Is demonstrated, ho
Bald, by tho fact that tho Legislature,
composed almost entirely of llawall-
nns, compares favorably with tho Leg
lslatures of other States and Terri
tories. Mr. Falrchlld said tho Terri
tory owes much to the missionaries.
"Ono thing that has been charged
against us is that wo aro n one-crop
countrj. That Is true, but wo hnvo
been trying to introduco other crops.
Hut tho planters havo allowed them
selves to bo taxed to bring In other
Industries and to bring in people who
may become American citizens. And
In two j ears we will bo on practical
ly tho samo basis as tho people on
tho mainland. We belieo In homo
government. Wo bcllovo each coun
ty and each municipality should
chooso Its own officers. And wo be
llcvo tho Territory should be allowed
to work out Its own destiny."
ricprcsentatlvo Sheldon on behalf
of tho House extended the aloha mil
of tho members to Mr. Fairbanks. Ho
"Tho honor has been conferred up.
on me to nccord )ou, Mr. Fairbanks,
a hearty welcome to our shores, or,
as wo Hawallans are In tho habit of
saying, 'Aloha Nul.'
"Wo feel that wo hate been partic
ularly fortunate In having such a
great and strong friend as jouiself
to help us.
"Tho first matter of Importance
here was the establishment of popu
lar govcrnmont: placing tho voting
strength of tho Territory In tho
hands of tho Hawallan-Amorlcans.
This Bhowcd us thnt tho American
peoplo had such confidence In us
that thoy thought It safe to trust lo
cal affairs to us. You will find that
this trust has not been abused, and
that our disposition Is still, ua It has
always been on tho part of Hawaii
ans, to wolcomo the travolcr In our
"Wo of Hawaii nel havo our prob
lems to 8olvo problems which, to
the men who guldo tho Nation's des-
P. E. R. Strauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kulcui St. at Kapahuna, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Eomt. Lot SOx
130. House 6 rooms.
For particulars apply
WATTY BLDO? " 7-B.''Xma ST.
tlnj, may ?eeni insignificant, but to
us mey aro real aim serious.
"A little more ih.ni ten years hae
passed since this. Inlands were adopt
cd by tho United Stated, but already
many changes hate been made which
tend to bring .our life, soclnl as welt
us political, in linmony with condi
tions on tho mainland. Our nlm Is,
through our own uidoavors and with
tho asslstanco of our great and ex
perienced friends to so hasten prog
ress that Hawaii in duo time may
reach her ultltiintc political goal
"Ilclng a Hawallnn-Amcrlcnu my
self, 1 can assure jou, sir, that fioni
tho earliest civilization of. tho peoplo
of those. Islands, and right down
through tho changing periods of our
government, a warm heart and a glad
hand havo alwas been extended to
tho peoplo of the mainland.
"On behalf of the members of this
House, and as a Representative elect
ed by the people, I extend to ou our
most hearty welcome, and liopo that
jour Btay with us will bo most on
Joyablo and benollclabto jourself and
to the members of our family, feel
ing assured, as I do, that every ono
In Hawaii net stands ready to do
what ho can to welcome jou. Alo
ha." Mr. Fairbanks' Address
Mr Fairbanks nroio to respond to
the nddrcsscs of welcome.
"I am not come, ' ho said, "to mnko
an extended addles I understand'
)ou nro In tho closing hours of a busy
session. I havo'come rather to thnnk
jou for jour hospitality to mo and
those with me.' It Is Impossible for
mo to find words to express our full
appreciation of what jou havo to
generously done for us,
"It is with particular pleasure 1
have como to Visit tho Hawaiian isl
ands, for I had some littlo part In
making Hawaii a part of tho United
States, and 1 had a' shnro In the
drafting of the Organic Act.
"To the genius ami stntesmnnsnip
of ono man above all others Is it duo
thnt wo meet libro and greet one an
other as citizens of n great Ameri
can republic. I need not say I mean
tho lato William McKlnlcy. None
stands higher In tho estimation of
tho peoplo than William McKlnlcy.
And I hope that In tlmo there will
arise hero n monument 'to tho mcsi-
ory of tho man who inado Hawaii a
part of tho United States.
"You havo jour problems, differ
ent In somo respects from thoso that
confront other States and Territories.
Their solution Is to bo effected nc
cording to the principles of our re
publican form of government.
"It Is not posslblo for the members
of tho Legislature alwajs to tlilnl.
and act aright What should bo do.
manded of a legislator Is that ho
should act according to tho best
Judgment that Is In him.
"Under tho Organic Act we wisely
provided for a general legislature.
Thero wore somo who thought wo
wero going too far. Hut subsequent
events hnvo proved wo wero right.
Wo reserved to ourselves tho right to
Bet asldo jour legislation. Do It said
to tho honor ami tho credit of tho
Hawaiian people, thero has never
been nny necessity to wipe from tho
statute books an of your legislation.
They Have No Equal
Perfect Quality Uniform Strength
Rich Delicacy of Flavor Absolute Purity
We Recommend Them
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
Since I mine to Hawaii I havo
been more and moie confirmed In the
wisdom and fnr-ulghtedness of out
otir prospcrltj is our piosperlt).
Your honor our honor Thcrcfoie
we look upon jour development with
a friendly Interest. I
Ono of jour speakers welcomed
me as n stranger within jour gates
Th. ii Is true oulj figurntlvol), for
under American Institutions I am a
member of jour fnmllj. And If wo
t.irrj lieie too long I am nfrnld i
shall lose some members of inj fain-
' I not onlj congratulate Hawaii
upon the excellence of her leglslntlvo
department, but upon her other de
partments. 1 hnvo studied tho his
torj of Hawaii during tho ten ycam
of jour dwelling under the American
Flag with very great lntcust. I
have observed thnt tho people havo
chose. n wisely In respect to those
who make the laws. I have obscrvid
broid-mlndcd statesmanship In the
administration of the laws. I wish I
could express my appreciation of
each, but time forbids. Hut I niu
glud to be able to meet hero Jour
Executive, Governor Frear.
"I nm glad to observe thnt the
laws nro Justly Interpreted and that
Justice Is accorded to all.
"The Hawaiian Islands rest hero In
their majesty and their beauty. 1
will lung remember my visit because
of tho sweet fragrnncy of tho (low
ers, but above and bejond thnt by
tho inexpressibly sweet fragrance of
"Some peoplo get Impatient with
tho members of the Legislature, and
some members get Impatient with
themselves. They think they nro
slow; that they do not get on fust
enough. Tho fact Is thnt tho Legis
lature Is a deliberative body. Tho
danger Is not thnt we'll hnyo too few
laws; tho danger Is that we'll hnvc
too many laws, (Of course I do not
refer to tho Hawaiian Legislature.)
Tho valuo of a legislator's service de
pends upon the valuo of tho laws he
enacts nnd the poor laws ho does not
enact A member who at tho end of
tho session does not find upon tho
statute books any laws with his own
namo need not feel disappointed If
ho has stopped tho enactment of poor
"Ono of the faults of Legislatures
Is extravagance. This ovll has Insin
uated itself In public concerns, even
outside tho Legislature of tho Toril
tory of Hawaii It Is a difficult mat
ter for a legislator to draw tho lino
between necessary nnd unnecessary
expenditures. They nro sent by vo
ters who demand that they bring
back with them somo meusuro of the
public budget. So they sometimes
ndvocato measures which are unwni-
"It Is Important to understand
that everj thing can't bo accomplish
ed in a day, or In a single legislative
session. I was glad to hear tho
President of the Sennto say that this
Legislature has con lined its expend
itures ncnrly within tho Income. How
nearly, he did not snj', but It Is some
thing to hnvo It approximately with
in. Hut It Is better to hnvo tho ex
penditures entirely within tho income.
Try VAN DUZER'S
"Thnt people make the greatest
piogrisi who nlwajs listen to the
wise vnlic of conservatism.
I llnd 1 am elaborating n mere
.ord of courtesy Into a speech. I
ilon t know whj It should be so.
' I want In conclusion to thank jou
for jour unbounded hospltnlltj. I
ku iw Hi t whether good fortune shall
lulng lite hero again I hope It maj.
I hope nil good mnj ioiiio to the
puiple of llnwull, thnt their most op
timistic d.eanis mnv bo icillnd It
Is the homo of jour birth It Is a
splendid thing to owe iilleglanco to
nnj Slate or Territory of the United
States l'rouil as jou nro of being
Hnwhllans, 1 am glud lo see thnt jou
aro prouder of tho fact that jou are
American citizens "
Speaker llolstetn made an nddriss
in which he stated that t Ii If? was the
proudest daj of tho session of 1 ! 0 :
Ho lontludid hj thanking the tx
Vice 1'rcslden.t for Ills presence.
ENTERTAINED, ON MAUI
(Special to the llu I le 1 1 n)
WAILUKU, Maul, April ii Miss
l-oulsa Harrison and live other lad)
friends from Honolulu hnvc been the
guests of Mr, and Mrs, .Manuel Dutro
at tholr Kalit i home In Wnlluku for
the past two weeks. Last Mondaj
evening the host nnd some of (he
gentlemen friends of tho joung la
dles had n Inau In honor of tho thlr
t J -second birthday of Miss Harrison
Tho affair was n very en Jo) able ono
and tho luau was Interspersed with
beautiful Hawaiian singing by the
visitors until after midnight. Miss
Harrison and her friends nil left for
home by lust Wednesday's Claudlnc
SHOOTING AT AIEA;
THREE MEN INJURED
Sheriff Jnrrctt Is down at Alen
plantation looking Into the mutter of
three Japanese who aro reported to
have beep shot at that plaro last
night. It appears that Harada, who
Is alleged to bo ono of tho bunch of
thugs which wus broken up during
Sheriff Inuken's term of ofllcc, pulled
a gun on somo countrj men and shot
down threo of them. Huradn then
gave himself up to tho police, and
tho facts of tho mattor were tele
phoned to Sheriff Jarrctt.
Ono ot the victims Is shot in the
stomach, another In tho hip, nnd the
third In tho kneo. The first mnn Is
reported to bo In a vcrj seilous con
dition. Tho shooting seems to havo
been tho result of n gambling dis
pute In which tho three men became
involved, llarada Is said lo bo n real
"bad muu" and ono who would stop
Share Holders Confirm Action Lon
don, April 15 All extraordinary meet
ing of tho shareholders of tho Anglo
California!! bank, Ltd, wus hold hero
today. Tho previous resolution volun
tartly to wind up tho bank's bnslnesj
nnd soil u portion of tho assets to tho
London nnd Paris national bank of Sail
l'rnnclsco was confirmed.
orci on til at
lh Bulletin office.
MEMBERS OF HOUSE
i RESURRECTED BILL
Change Their Minds And
Pass Loan Measure
57th Day Afternoon Session I
For the Hist tltm dining tho teS-t 1
blon thn IIoiim hut . much wolK
on hand Satuii'n) tint ii was necttt?
s.irj to hold a MiwIh afternoon
session to dear up Hie i.ilcndar.
A number of Semite bills wero pass
ed, nnd tho Houm redirected tho
Loan Appropriation Hill, which It
hud liui led In the morning, nnd, aft
er salving Its own conscience by rul
ing out Afforifo'H Sln.non Item for
llouokii.i wnter works, thereby ro-
duLlng the total from $21!i,.100 lo
$2(ip.:ino. pnnsed tho Mil along Iho
The llotiso also took occasion in
honor" ono of lis own number by
naming ono of Alfonso's llllo parks
'Kealnwan IMrk." What llllo will
think about this Is noi jet a matter
of record nnd proli.ibl) iiiuld pot bo
published if it were.
The following bills passed their
Senate lllll 7C, relating to wit
nesses' fees and mileage. In criminal '
and grand Jury rnsos.
Senate lllll 1 IS.
Scnnte 1)111 134, ltohlnsnn, provid
ing that real and personal property
to the vnluo of $500 shall be exempt
from the 1 per cent tax.
Sennto lllll 117, linker, relating
to records of births, deaths, nnd
marriages, making it tho duty of the
Secrotnrj of tho Hoard of Health to
file surh records rectlved from tho
Senate lllll 112, tho niitomnbtln
tax measure, making tho tax 1 cent
Senate lllll S5, Hnrvej-, to Incrcaso
the salary of the Major's secretnry
DEATH FKIIM BURNING
Tho house of Harry V Davison, nt
Kupahulii, wus burned ti) tho ground
jestcrdnj aflernoon, and ono of tho
children had a very narrow cscnpo
from an awful dentil Mrs. Pierce, a
uelghbor noticed that tho houso was
on fire, and at onco ran over to tho
building Sho was Just In tlmo to res
cuo tho children, tho last ono being
taken out when tho wliolo placo was a
mass of flume.
Tho parents wero In town nt Iho
tlmo of tho lire, hnvlng left tho chll.
dren In clinrgo of a .Japanese servant. i
Tho Japanese, wishing to tuko a trip
to seo some friends, left tho children
In tho servant's mom, and tho lnby
In somo wnj got hold of a box of
matches, mid set flro to tho houso,
Tho flro had attained considerable
liendw.ij before Mrs l'lerco noticed
tho blaze, nnd It was only with tho
greatest of exertion that she was nblo
to convoy tho children to safetj.' It Is
owing to her prompt acllou that tho
children nro nllvo todaj. Tho flro
alarm was not turned In ns thero wui
no chnnco of saving thn houso, nnd
Ihero was no danger of tho flro spread- i
Ing ns tho houso stands by Itself and ;
It not near any oilier building.
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