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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. li.( THURSDAY, rED. iO, 1610.
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Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard
less of cost. This will
2 Piexe Suits,
We have 100 SUITS, just
received by the s.s. 'Alameda,
consigned to us by our New
York agent; original cost, $12
each, and wili be on sale to
clear at S 8. 50 per suit.
All at Slaughtering Prices
Tljis Sale begins
SATURDAY, FEB. 5,
at 8:00 a.m.
L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
It Will Pay You
When in need of a medicine
to tone up the tyitem, aid
Migestion, promote tound
sleep, keep the appetite nor
mal and the bowels open, to
try a bottle of
You'll agree that it is the
finest medicine you ever took.
Then don't delay. It is for
Dyspensia, Indigestion, Bloat
ing, Biliousness, Kidney Ills,
Insomnia Nervousness, and
Malaria, Fever and Ague.
Tor tale by Ttonson, Smith A Co.,
Ltd.: Hi-lltstor Drug Oo Ltd.;
"IiamiIpm. Drue fo.. Lid.; Hlto D'Og
Co.: and l ill Whole.ile LIqiuw
FOR SALE OR HIRE
KIDS OF ALL KIND3
,:P!iti for the Hudson, Chalmers-jeh-oit.
Mine) Km, Oakland, Frank
tin and Ficne-Arrow.
Tout miohlne will be rfxdy for
ou when we say it 'will, be. We
. don't experiment ou utot; we repaii
ALXANDR YOUNG BUILDINO.
5 Telephone 5
C. H. BEHN lias his new 7-iated
auto ready for business at' the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE .STAND
Corner Alakea aiid Hotel Street
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
THE SCIENCE OF' BUILDINO
is undcistood by tho
W. W. WRIGHT CD., Ltd.
J. W. KEHSilStR
Auto Tire Repairing
HOME RULE THREATENED
1177 AlAkm St.
NEW SEVENEA'IED LEXINGTON
By Hour or Trip.
FKONE 101 .
White River Flour
O.J. DAY and LEWIS' & CO.
ELECTRICITY, brings things closer
to you at all times, We do the wir.
Jng for power, telephones or light
l x ing.
Union iJjlectric to.,
I, C. CARTER, Proprietor
Harrison Building; Beretania Street
OF ALL KINDS,
OKALERS IN LTTVHi:
Motion Presented by Arthur Wilder
Is Carried Without Difficulty at
Meeting of Lawyers.
The Bar Association yesterday af
ternoon followed In tho footsteps of
tlio Merchants' Association and the
Chamber of Commerco In condemning
the campaign of John O. Woolley nt
Washington In his effort to saildlo Ha
waii with a Federal prohibitory law.
A motion presented by Arthur A.
Wilder was panned nfter some discus
sion,, reading as follows:.
"It Is tho Bonso of tho Dar Associa
tion that It protests against tho pas
sage by Congress of any bill Recking
to prohibit or control the liquor traf
fic In this Territory upon tho 'ground
that It is nn Invasion of tho rights of
the Legislature of this Territory to
legislate upon that matter, which
Is given' to us by the Organic Act."
A resolution offered by W. It. Castlo
was presented but could not be acted
U)on, Itobert Brcckons moving the
previous question on tho Wilder men
tion. Castle's resolution was as fol
lows: "Whereas, Certain hills now beforo
the' Congress of tho United States pro
Ihjso to establish total prohibition of
tho liquor traffic In tho Territory of
Hawaii, and It Is not believed that pub
lic sentiment In this Territory Ib, ready
for total prohibition, and that under
such circumstances totnl prohibition
cannot bo made effective oven by the
United States Government: and
"Whereas, Wo believe that condi
tions aro such, in regard to the tramc
in liquor, moro particularly as applic
able to tho sailors and soldiers of tho
United States, that thcro Is serious
danger of Interference by tho United
Stales government with tho cntlro
government of this Tcriltory, In which
enso tho local government will bo en
tirely destroyed; and
"Whcroas, If control of the liquor
traffic ore assumcA by tho United
Stales govornment. thus removing tho
question entirely from tho arena of
local polltlos,rt would result In such
Improved conditions mat nny further
Interference with tho general local
government will not take placo; there
fore. "Resolved by the liar Association
of Hawaii, That tha Congress of tho
United Statei bo respectfully peti
tioned to take no further action with
reference to the bills providing total
prohibition for tho Territory of Ha
waii now. ponding, and that, in place
thereof, the. matter bo referred to a
eommlttco or commission to Inquire
into'condltions and report nt an early
data to Congress tho feasibility of con
trol by tho, United States government
of tho manufacture, salo and doaling
In and With spirituous liquors, wines
and beers In the Territory of Hawaii."
Tho r discussion that preceded tho
adoption of tho motion mucio by Judge
Wilder brought out a numbe'r of .vlows
on tho principles Involved in tho nntl-
llquor legislation now ponding In
W. O, Smith questioned the propri
ety of an expression of views, on the
question of liquor traffic from tho Ilir
Association. He declared that It did
not come within tho purposes for
which tho association wns nrg.inlzod.
In response to Mr. Smlll'V hte
ment, Judge Wilder read nn extract'
from tho bv-t.r.ir of the A-cncloUm
showing that pnndlni le2''-JfV"i yyu
mentioned nu a proiwj:- subject for tho
Association to contlilor. tf
, J. A. Ma goon was' opposed to Hii
Par Ar.roclatlon condemning tho prin
cipal of Federal prohibition an 1 Rtatod
that tho liiuor traffic was tplllng the
funeral boll for tho Hawaiian people
In support of his motion Judgo Wil
der declare 1 that tho eo'f gnvornlni
powers of tho people wero actinlly at
Btnlio anil that n commission form of
government was at hnnd If tho, pon.l
Ins bills carried,
M. P. Prosser wns at tho meeting
for W. A. Kinney, president of tho IJir
Arsoclallon. Mr. Prbjscr.Ftated that
Mr. Kinney wnti unalterably opposed
to Fo.loral prohibition, believing that
tho people of Hjwali should doal with
local questions In nrciervntlon of their'
right of self-government.
Tho oincers of tho association woro
imcrlzed to cable tho Association
action against tho Curtis ami Johnson
bills to Washington last nlgbt.
WHY NOT STOP THAT
1Cc Will Bring a Sample Direct From
1 the O. D. D, Laboratories,
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 nt. of Tuesday, February
23, 1910, for tho construction of
Alowa Heights lload, Honolulu.
Specifications and proposal blanks
on file In tho ofllce of the Superin
tendent of Public Works.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right .to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent., of Public Works.
Honolulu, February 9, 1910.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
DR. T. FELIX OOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
. CREJM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
Week! Moth U.ctMs
IUab, Mid bkta l)it3Mt,
man vtsji jr b.crbvu
bat tO0it Iht tMI
tt 00 Tiim, IB1
I M bUlitltiM
U proptrtf m4t
Mt Vt HTGtit
luBt. Or, I A.
terra taM to
Xmif or tha aV
"Al roa todM
IJaarnniPi Cream1 m tht 1ut bumfvl e( fttl Qt
tin nrtrntrftlton.'1 Vt Ml tr dfiwtKt Wd . FMWf
Ooodi Otmm ! tb Unlttd 3UI, ftute ud Xurept
Dressmaker from Paris'. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-mad sneeialtiei. Baa-
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets., ,
. New Trimmings
' Shapes, Trimmings tnd Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
,Jse Carnation Milk
Instead, of Fresh Milk
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
RittR up -i
for Groceries. Fhone 70.
Pau Ka rlana
The soap hat does the J work.
'At all Qrocers.
51. A. Gurist & Co,
Q&O. A, MARTIN,
RusinrtH BaiU lor t'-tb.
YEE CHAN & CO.
will be CLOSED until SATURDAY
MORNING on- account of Chinese
Meat Market and Importers.
C. O.Yec jilop&Co.
FANCY DRY Q00DS
Wanting Chong Co.,
Kinif St.. Ewa Fiih Market.
WING CHONG CO
XTNO ST. NEAR BETHEL
la Furniture Mattretiet
All kinds of K0A anc
rUENIIDRS JUd. (T.
Is It worth 10 cents to you to stop
that awful, av.A agonizing Itch?
K you are1 anllctod with skin dls
oaso. tho' kind that seems to baffle
jncdlcal treatment, and leaves you
wild' with Itch, wo hopo you will not'
ran to investigate a proscription which
Is now recommended by many of. tho
best skin specialists, oven la refer
ence to their own proscriptions. It Is
tho Blmplo', soothing oil of wlntorgreen
compound known aa D. D. D. Prescrip
tion and sells at. $1.0:) a bottle. But
a 10-cent samplo bottlo mutt convince
you that tho itch Is Instanly allayed by
this prescription. dot a llboral
samplo bottlo of the healing, soothing,
oxternal remedy, D, D. D. Proscrip
tion and eeo!
Wo feel Quito suro that, beforo long
yon will bo cured, nnd at any rate wo
know -, know positively that Bethel St., Between Kins and Hotel.
your lien win no auayci instantly, '
uiu nnnuio mil soothing liquid Is ap
i lied to the skin.
Wrlto direct to I), D. D. Co., 112
for gifts at
ALLEN k ROBIN MOM
iuttn Streot :: :: :: Honolulu
BULLETIN ADa CAT
Michigan St., Chlwo enclosing 10
rents Tor (ho ramplo bottlo. Honolulu
Drug Co., Fort street.
-"For Salt" ctrda at Bulletin.
OO0D MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
MEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old eus
tnmers come back, . , .
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
In White, - Pink, Blue, , Yellow, Well
made and nicely trimmed
REDUCED1 TO $4.00 ,
Sale begins on MONDAY, the 14th
"itltrtillout CtrtiiMBdms Soktoll. -.r
V Agency for Hawaiian Iilsads 1139 Fort St.. Honolulu.
L rim apUlii. llbw rvtlwt oMinBHToa mf fmi,
kjj I ivli)j tor vpoaiu. Ha vWuTT Uii
fr " - -
r I' ",- ' i.".- ,- . -.missi i..af i .. . i ;'!
If You Don't Know
i ' That our sodas are the best to be bad in the city, it
It. because you have never tried thent:' ' A Atrial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of toda water we
.are in a class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN BCHUEFF, Manager.
OUR STORE will be. closed '
until Saturday morning
on account-of Chinese 'New
L. AHOY, Nuuanui Street
! We' rainy, the largest and most varied stock in the islands: , l''".
r Ooqd furniture at moderate prices. , " . fj
Qur credit is eeod.
J. HOPP & CO.
1B5 Kine St.
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THE BUTTER THAT COMES FROM. TlilS MARKET, AL
WAYS SWEET. WE KEEP IT RIGHT. NEVER ALL0.W N
IT TO SOFTEN, BECAUSE IT 13 ALWAYS AT THE SAME
TEMPEHATURE IN THE COLD STORAGE DEPARTMENT
i Metropolitan Market
W. F. HEILBR0N, Prop. PHONE 45
$1 a Year
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