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LADIES' TAN GAUZE HOSE , 506 pair
LADIES' TAN LISLE SILK EMBROIDERY 75c pair
LADIES' WHITE LISLE SILK EMBROIDERY 756 pair
LADIES' GREY LACE HOSE 756 pair
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Especially good for men's shirts;
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A new line of fancy
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Cream Wool Serge
TOR LADIES' SKIRTS; very fine quality, 42 in. wide 91 per yd.
Striped Messaline Silks
in the Populnr Shades, only one dress pattern of each. . . .9125 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 8do. The Fond Bairy
Call and Sec the. New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Merchant St. Thone 388.
Painted, the body upholstered, or fit
ted with new springs, re
FINEST WORK; LOWEST PRICES.
W. W. Wright Go..
King St. near South.
Also some Fine HORSES and POUL.
TRY per S. S. Lurline.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Thon 185,
De Bevoise Brassiere
A new lot in all sizes, 506 and
DE BEVOISE BRASSIERE
Daintily trimmed in lace, 93.
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Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
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Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
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0"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
A D ' I as applied to picture framing is a much-abused
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- it rrPc
emplifled in everything offered at vTUllUy o
UP SESSION'S WORK
Name of Kealawaa Still
Persists For Hilo's
59th Day Morning Session
With only onu tuoro day (it tlio
session left after this one, the House
this morning fcniml Itself nearly
.through with Its work nml had cl 1 111
culty In finding nnythlng to occupy
Itself with. Two Senate hilts were
on tho order of the day for final
tending, but they were quickly dis
Knwcwehl grasped the opportunity
to bring up iigaln the subject of mim
ing one of defenseless Hilo's parks
nftcr that eloquent ntnteani.ni and
disinterested patriot Kealawaa, In
troducing a concurrent resolution to
that effect in place of the Joint reso
lution that died because tho Semite,
adjourned too early jestcrdny. Tho
House, to Kcalnwaa's great Joy,
adopted this second resolution.
Cohen succeeded In having Senato
lllll 117, to take off the penalty for
delinquency In the payment of taxes,
revived, and It will como up for re
consideration this afternoon.
Doth the Senate and tho House
will probably hold sessions tomorrow
night lasting until midnight, as they
will be nfrald to adjourn earlier lest
tho Governor tako advantage of their
ubsenco to eto n fow bills. The
night fccsslou will 'probably bo tho
usual love feast. Knnlho Is expected
to forgive ovcrybody, even tho re
porters, as ho did last session, he bo
lug of a mild and forgiving nature.
Knnlho, unfortunately, has not been
In his seat In tho House, slnco the
lunu ho gavo last Saturday.
It bceiued a Bhamo to Knwcwehl
that nftcr Kealawaa had Invested In
nil distributed a box of cigars as a
token of his appreciation of tho ef
forts of tho Representative:! to name
a park after tho vcnoiablo member
from Hnwalt, tho telicmo sliould fall
through Just because tho Senato
took it notion to adjourn before tho
Joint resolution passed by tho House
yesterday was sent up to tho upper
chamber. So Knwcwehl Introduced
a concurrent resolution that the
park nt tho corner of IMtman and
1'onahawnl strcctH bo known ns Ko-
Affonbo opposed tho resolution on
the ground that n concurrent resolu
tion cannot become n law. Hut tho
House serenely adopted tho resolu
tjenato lllll 8, to exempt hospi
tals from taxation, which was resur
rected yesterday to tako tho placo of
a House hilt to tho same effect killed
In tho Senate, passed Its third read
ing. It had ben amended so as to
Include the institutions to bo benefit
ted by It only hospitals which main
tain free beds,
Senato Hill ICO, appropriating
SGOO for tho Balary of tho District
Maglstrnto of Kulaupapa at S2."i a
mouth, ulso passed its final reading
In tho llouso without opposition or
Senato Hill 152, making an addi
tional appropriation of J2U00 for tho
iiko of tho Second Circuit Court of
Maui for tho biennial period ending
June 30, 1909, passed Its second
reading under suspension of tho
Scnnto lllll ins, rolatlng to tho
dissolution of corporations, also pass
ed us second reading.
Out of the Waste Basket
House Concurrent Itesolutlon 29,
Affonso, tho Homo Itule resolution,
which expresses tho opinion that all
executive and Judicial offices should
bo filled by men familiar with local
P. E. lUBtrauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 50x
130. House 0 rooms.
For particulars apply
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
conditions. Was picked out of tho
wasto basket and taken up for con
sideration. Vice Speaker Illce, In tho Chair,
ordered tho Houso resolution on tho
samo subject, which was adopted
tomo weeks ago, read for compari
son with tho new resolution.
Back to the Waste Basket
Affoneo expressed himself as satis
fied, and moved the concurrent 1 ('so
lution be tabled. The motion tar
ried. Deferred Ajjain
Onto moro action on the Govern
or's veto of tho deer bill. Senate lllll
07, 'was iloferrrilj Corrcn moving It
go over until tomorrow.
School Commission Ac;ain
Long muted to lake from the table
Senato Joint Ilcsolutlon :, prmldlng
for tho appointment of a School
Commission. Tho, motion carried by
a closo oto and the resolution was
placed on the order of tho day for
afternoon for third reading.
Hilo Late Again .
Affonbo presented n bunili of peti
tions from tho 1 1 Ho Hoard of Trndu
ami Mirlous firms nnd hidhliluals of
llllo, asking tho Houso to defend the
County tax hill. As the bill was kill
ed )cstcrday, tho petitions wcro
Tho I'ublle Lands Comtulttco re
ported on Houso I'etltlon C9, prnlng
for tho extension of Queen street to
tho Ileach road. The committee rec
ommended Hint tio Supcrluteudnt
of l'ubllc Works bo authorized to
havo tho street extended.
WISHARD, HUSTACE, AND PRATT
'Continued from Pace t)
who lino been making no waking
nnd slocplng hours of Gomnor Kiear
a nightmare by ttic'lr Importunities fur
tho appointment 'tit their, respective
candidates ''"'" ' "
Tho Wishnrd boom was yprung tbls
morning by tho Kauai' del'egatluu, who
baso their hopes of success upon tho
knowlcdgo that Henry 1). Wlshard was
Governor Trcar's cholco for tho iwl
Hon of Superintendent of l'ubllc
Workii when that position became ii
cant Notcmlier 1, 1907, through the
resignation of C. H. Uolloway. Krear,
It Is understood ilruppcd Wlslmrd'i
nnmo only nt tho Insistent demands ol
tho Honolulu business men, who insist
cd upon tho appointment of Campbell
Charliu Hustace's nnmo wns 'men
Honed somo time ago as for tho Trcas
urcrsMp, and ho has many friends sup
porting his candidacy.
Pratt has been after tho position for
two ;oars, and tho fact that ho is la
danger of losing his present Job
through tho proposed combination of
tho positions of IjiiuI Commissioner
Superintendent of Public Works and
8urveyor, makes him tho moro anx
ious, Mcnntlmo, Treasurer Cnmpbell luu
not qulto glcn up liopo of reappoint
ment, though tlio Govcmur has prom
lscd not to send Ids nnniu down again
unless requested to do so by a major
ity of tho Senate. It Is rumored that
somo of tho solid nlno aro sorry they
took tho stnnd they did lu tho matter
but feel that to savo their faces tliev
must libido by their agreement not to
It Is known that thcro havo been do
ings In tho Gotcrnor's olllco this morn-
fc J..Uw '-
They Havo No Equal
Perfect Quality Uniform Strength -
Rich Delicacy of Flavor Absolute Purity
jTO ASK THAT GAS
Hold -Over Committee
Will Be Requested
To Draft Bill
Tho .matter of the alleged exorbi
tant charges, poor sen Ice, and In-
ronect meters of tho Honolulu Gun
Company Is to be brought before tho
Hold-Over Comtulttco of tlio Senate
I'ulrcli lid, Kalama, nnd Jloore
by Senator IM. Qulnn, nccordlng to
a statement innile by tho last-named
member of the Scnnto this morning,
and the committee will bo nslied to
draft n bill that will provide for u
thorough Investigation 'Into tho ways
of doing business practiced by tho
corporation, and for proper regula
tions relating to the sale of gas.
Senator Qulnn wns at first opposed
to tho resolution proldlng for tho
appointment of un Inspector of me
ters, and snjH that before ho fully
understood tho situation ho promised
to help defent tho measure. Hut so
tunny complaints have been mndo to
him lately of alleged overcharges,
poor Bcrvlce, and "fixed" meters, Hint
he has seen n great light, and whllo
still considering himself bound by
his promise to tho gas Interests to
opposo tho resolution, sas that ho
will bring the matter to tho atten
tion of the Hold-Oter Committee and
urgo them to do something lu regard
(Continued from Pace tl
tho purchase money be refunded
where animals develop glanders, etc.,
wlthjn tho prescribed time. Ho want
ed to know what would happen to
nn Ignorant person who sold a horse
afflicted with glandors and then
spent tho money that ho rccohed.
President Smith said that such a per
son would probably hao to borrow
money in order to rclmburso the pur
charer. Tho Hawaii Senator was willing to
have tho bill apply to professional
horse-dealers, but ho did not think
that prlvato Individuals should lid
prevented from selling glandercd
horses sliould they get the chance.
The reasoning of tho Homo ltulc
member did not nppear very Bound
to tho majority of tho Scnnto, nnd
tho hill was shot through by 11 sub
Brown Park at Hilo
Senator Makckau amended tho
lions' resolution profiling for a pub
lic park at llllo by suggesting that
It bo known as Drown Park In honor
of Senator Ilrown. Tho amendment
wns adopted and tho resolution pass-
lng, but no hint of Ills Excellency's
'decision has leaked out, A surprise,
howoicr, Is liable, to bo sprung cither
this afternoon or tomorrow mortllnz,
Try VAN DUZER'S
Wo Reconnucncl Tliem.
May & Co., Ltd.,
Houso Joint ItcFolutlon No. 10,
itoldlng that the park nt Wnlakea,
llllo. shall be renamed In honor of
Kamchiiuichn III , also passed.
House lllll No. 120, defining the
powers of District Courts, passed
third reading after considerable ar
gument Knudsen thought that the
proxlsloii enabling the District .Mug
htr.ites to summon witnesses from
all ncr the country might prove
troublesome. In that the courts In
question were not tourts of record,
and miuh of the cxponxo entailed
would be needless. He wns ovcrrul'
Sheriffs Can't Practice
House ,11111 No. 2::i, repeating the
law which forbids (he High Sheriff,
his deputies. County Sheriffs and
their deputies from acting as attor
ney in any civil cases, was tabled
Senator Knudsen urged tho passage
of. tho bill, but Coelho expressed the
fear that, were It to becomo a law,
It might result In some cry serious
The amended House lllll No. 2 111.
providing for tho annual exhibit of
tho books and accounts of corpora
tions, passed third reading without
opposition. When this bill first
came up from tho House, many of
lt provisions wero objected to, but
the obnoxious portions were amend
ed until it found favor with all ot
tho members of the upper chamber.
Houso Dill No. 229, regulating the
granting of certificates ot title by
tlie Court of Land Registration,
passed third reading.
Houso lllll No. 231), providing for
tho pnjment of taxes on private
lands taken for public purposes, pass
ed second reading. McCarthy said
ho knew of one Instance where n
man was forced to pay $195 taxes on
land that, for some time, had been n
MAY SESSION OF
THE SUPREME COURT
Mary A. Hlchards vs. Carl Ontnl
ct nit.; exceptions from Circuit
Court, I'lrst Circuit.
llccky I.. K Knlamakeo by her
guardian, J. YV. Wnllehu.i Kelkl. vs.
Henry Wharton, et ult ; exceptions
from Circuit Court, I'lrst Circuit
I.. I .McCandlcs s. T. P. Lan
sing, et nl.; resoned question fiom
Circuit Court, i'lrst Circuit.
Wnliilun Agricultural Co. vs. O.ihu
Hallway & Land Co,; exceptions from
Circuit Court, Plrst Circuit.
Alexander I.aznrus vs. Ina G
Hoseunrne, ct nit.; nppcal from Cir
cuit Judge, Plist Circuit.
Thonins Carpenter vs. II. U Law
son; oxceptlous from Circuit Couit,
Marie K. Humphreys vs. Manuel
Mello, ct alt.; exceptions from Cir
cuit Court, Plrst Circuit.
In tho .Matter of tho I'etltlon of
'James II. Cnstlo to Register Tltlo to
Land; appeal from Court of I.nnd
John M. Vivas, ct alt., vs. Moses
Kauhlmnliu, ct alt.; appeal from
District Mnglstrato ot Walluku.
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