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ETENTNG BUtLETOT, HON'OtTOU, T. H., SATURDAY, TONE 1, IflO.
ORGANIC ACT DEBATE
j- ' (Continue J from .Pagp 1,)
Tlio Chalrpfah. ,Tli5 question Is benefit of tho homestead law would
,on tho amendment' Offered by tho
commmee, . i
Mr. liamtltriti.2 Mr. Chairman,
move to' sfrfliolniit'.Bei
Mr. Maiiir, ' iV'dfie
i.. . 1
not take n
imntlon lei strike It out. Just re
ject tho commlttnn nmnndment.
Tho Chairman.' The quest Ion li
on the adoption of . tho committee
Thn (lueatlon, wan taken, and the
amendment was rejected. .
Tho Cleric, read section 7.
Also 'the fallowing commlttco
I.lno-9,-page 13, strlko out
"7," after tho word' "section,"
and Insert "8i" , n
Tho amendment yas agreed to.
Tho Clerk read section, 8; also tho
Tho amendments were agreed to.
Tho Clerk read (section 0.
AIfo th6 romrrtltlfeo amendment
was rcadnnd agreed to.
Tho Clialriilau' The question U,
on tho eommltlf-o nmcridments.
Mr. Mann. 'Mr. Chairman, I nRk
for n separato..voto on tho amend
ments flrt: The first Is on the
committee amondment do atrll.o nut
"seven" and Insert, "ten."
Mr. Hamilton, I wanted to ask
hefaro proceeding to tho considera
tion1 of ti;s amendment unanimous
conncnt to return to pngo 9 for the
purpose of offering tho following
' The Chairman
tlon, tho Clerk
amendment. ' '
, Without objoc
wlll report tho
X offer tho fab
Amend, section ,r. hy Inserting
after tho word "homesteaders,"
In lino 17, page- 9, tho, follow
ing: "who hnve pot thereto,
fnro inado appllcattpn under
Tho Cualrrqan. jJThfl Clork will
report ihnjmncnifrnciit, '
Tho Clerk read art follows:
Insert nfler homesteaders"
In lino 17, page' 9, (ho words
"who havo not ilhcrelofuro
mado application under this
Tho Chalrmnn. Tho question Is
on ngrceDig to tho'nntednment.
Mr. Manns Application ;for wbat
Mr. Hamilton, Homesteads. It
Is on page 9, lino 17, This Is an
amondmont recommended by the
subcommittee which framed that
Mr. Muhn. Hut tho word "appli
cation" In tho nmepdmqn.t, whlch.,the
gentleman offered would have, refer
ence to the written application Im
mediately .folldwlng. It und does not
relato 1o making tho homestead ap
' Mr. Hamilton. I will ask
the amendment bo read again.
The Chairman. Tho Clerk
again repdrt the nmendmont.
The amendment wag again read..
. Mr. Mondell. Thp-'iprp.per plnoo,
I would suggest, for;, ,hat amend'
ment wouldJio after tho word "per
sons," on lino lfiT
Mr. Hamilton This-amendment
was suggested by the gentleman
from Iowa IMr. Gondl, who looked
over tho provision carefully and
helped to frame It.
Mr. Mann., It should refer to ap
plications tor .homesteads.
Mr, Good. I mvo no objection to
that word helng put In If It will
mako It any clearer,
Mr. Mdndcll. Will tho gentleman
yield (to me (or a Hiiggcatlou?
Mr. Hamilton, nres,
, Mr. Mondell. It occurs to me
that the language Is not happy, be-
nnimn it Is liosklble' nn snul cation,
has been mado that Is not effective
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What the gentlcmau desires to do Is
,..,.,........ w.. .u .-
to provide thnt those people shall
not bo nbutqd who 'have, had the
benefit of the homestead laws. Tho
benefit of tlm homestead laws means
........ ,.,i. i... J..,!,),,. ,i,.i,. n,ier
those who hjivo secured rights under
those laws. 1 offer as an amend
ment to th$ amendment, aftor the
word "persons," trto 'words "who
havo not heretofore had tho bene
Jit of tho hiirjirst'eVdhtWH."
, Mr. Hamilton. Y think wo may
nci-ept that ,amendmeiit.
Mr. Houston. f;AJr r Chairman, 1
want to Btnje that i do think that
accomplishes jthe purpose that the
committee lldd l(iJjiJlnd wlien this
nmendment Was prepared. The ob
ject lg 'o prevent persons from ap
plying twice to liaX.lhds opened
up for homestead 'entry.
It may be' that a sojol 2S men
nilgJititry to hao)n cettajn portion
of land openod up for homestead
entry, Some, of that 25 would not
get the benefit of the homestead net
nnd would not try to got It, but
tlioy might try to get land opened
up ngaln and again.
. Mr. Mann. Can anjbody get
homestead under thjs provision?
Mr. Mondel.1. I, supposed that the
object of this committee was to pro
vide that no one who hud had the
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE 0 AY
Takc Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money jf it falls to cure.
E. W Grove's .signature is on
FARI3 UEDIVfttS CO, ijt. Ulh V
Mr. Houston. No. sir! tlin nlilert
Iili l0 prevent them from maklnc nn.
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pllcnllnn twlco to open up lamia.
Mr. Mondell. I wlthdrnw my
amendment, Mr. Chairman. nllhough
the amendment offered would Ac
complish tho purpose nought,
Tho Chairman. The Clerk wilt
ingaln retort the nmendmeiil offered
by the genllemnnjrom Michigan
Tlio pieru rend ns follows:
Amend the section by Iniort
Ing after tho word "homestead
ers," In line 17, page a, "who
havo not theretofore mado a p.
, plication under this act,"
Tho question was taken, nnd the
amendment was agreed to.
Tho Chairman The question Is
on tho ,flrst committee amendment.
Mr. Hquston. Mr. Chairman, when
it comes .to tho amendment that has
been offered by tho commlttco to
section 9 that li, the Incroaso of
salaries for n number of officials
I want to Btnte what was nl ready
stated by ono of my colleagues of
the minority ns to theio salaries;
the minority mcnilierrt of tbo com
mittee rffi .favor tho salaries as fix
ed hy the Hnna,te,.ljlll, and wo will
fnvnr thoBo figures ns tho proper
nmounts for, these salaries and will
voto against the nuicndment of the
Tho Chairman., The question is
on the nmendmont striking out
"seven" and inserting "ten." ,
Mr. Mann. I hope the amend
ment will not he agreed 'to.
As I understand, tho Governor Of
Hawaii now receives $G000 a year,
That Is the statement made In the
report. Tho bill ns It passed tho
Senate has ntready raised that to
$7000 a jear. Now It Is proposed
by the rommltteo amendment to
rnlsoilt tn-$10,000 n.year. Wo havo
got to stop" Bomewhera In tho ex
travaganco of .government If wo In
tend lo maintain n semblanro of
economy. An increase of $2im0 u
jear In tho salary of this governor
li mtfllclent. Wo pay the governor
of New Mexico, I believe, $3000 n.
)car. We pay tho govornor of Ari
zona, I believe, $3000 a year; and
the governor of Alaska, JC000 a
Mr. Good. How nbout 1'orto Wco?
Mr. Mann. I do not know, but 1
expect we nre-
Mr. Good. Wo pay him $8000 n
car, and glvo him an executive
Mr.' Mann. I do not remember
what the salary tit Porto Hlco Is,
but I know that wo h.ivo gono wild
with regard to salaries at I'orto Ulco
und in the Philippine Islands, both.
We nre putting n burden upon them,
but they are paying It out of their
own treasury. We pay very few gov
ernors In this country $10,000. ,
-Mr. rltodenherg, My colleague
knows that wo ;pay our governor
$12,000 u. year, and give him nn ex
Mr, Mann, I 'stated whllo you
wero not. hero that our governor was
paid $13,000 a year and given an
executive mansion in Ifva Jn; but
there Is quite n dlffeience between
the State of JHlnqls, which Is repre
sented In this House by 25 Members
nnd probably wo will have an In
crease rpaylng that salary to itho
governor of our State nnd tho salary
paid to the governor of tho'Torrltory
of Hawaii. Congress Is not paying
the salary of the governor of tho
State of Illinois. If wo keep on with
"'"" ". " u.o i.ruposu.o...
n ?"- "f,"1 oli8,
these salaries, with the propositions
"-' "--t. " " '"
most every government official, we
can not talk on this side of the Hoiue
-,,,, ,,., ., .. . , ,
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running an economical government,
but we will bo, charged by gentle-
"7" "" '"" "u,or B'uu " ln ' "" ,
""li 'living been extravagant. It Is
extiavagant to Iimrease this salary
$2000 a ear; It Is gross extrava
gance to doublo It nnd make It $10,-
000 a j ear.
Mr, Towuey, Will tho. gentleman
Mr. Mnnii. Certainly.
Mr, Tawney. There hns been n
great deal said hero today nbout
placing the Territories on nn equal
ity. I just want to call the gentle,
mnn's attention to tho fact thnt tho
salary paid to tho governors of tho
Territories of New Mexico and Art
zona Is $3&0U n year.
Mr, Mann, I have Just stated that
It was $3000 a year. I find tnat It
was raised to $3C00. I thought It
Mr. Good. Will the gentleman
yield to mo for a moment on this lino
of economy? Does not the gentle
man think it would have been wise
to eliminate the commerce court from
his rate bill, When he himself felt
that there wns no actual need for, a
Mr, Mann. I am not surd but that
It would have been wise, but thero lb
much more reason for a commerce
court that the gentleman from Iowa
voted against then for the Increase
of the salary of the governor of Ha
waii that the gentleman proposes to
support .There was some excuse for
the one, but thero ils no excuse far
Mr. .Hamilton, Mr, Chairman,
do not care to takj thy tim? o! the
::rraltts Is nrvr.tlr? the r,rj'.t
KTStj ;h-.t'kf,re a'.re&ly c?sn rati?
en thh t;aet'.iri The fit- ire
ami hey ought to ro Into thn H co
ord that tho governor of Hawaii Is
burdened by great expense.
Mr, Tawney. Those expenses nro
not ,nectoflrnyi Incurred In tho ills-1
charge of his 'duty ih governor of
Hawaii. If therd Is necessity for
his expending large sums of money
for ,cntnrlnlnmcnt of distinguished
gentlemen traveling abroad or trav
eling to nnd fro from llili continent
to the- Orient, let us gle him nu up
prnprlallon for miscellaneous ur ton
llugcnt expenses, expense for en
tertaining potontnU'fl, and rn foith.
Then wo will know what wo nro ex
pending tho monoy for. Do not try
to Inorcasa a man's salary beyond
what It ought to bo under the guise
of expense Incident to entertain
ment of distinguished men travel
ing arro3B tho 1'aclnc Ocean.
Mr. Jlnnilllon. If. n hill to that
effect shoul bo Introduced and con
sidered by the .Committee fiii Appro
priations, would Hie gentleman from
Minnesota ho Inclined In vide favor,
ably on It?.
Mr. Tnwnejv I would ho Inclined
to voto favorably upon It, provided
I thought thn expenditure wns abso
lutely necessary for tho Interests of
tlio Government. I do not propose
to mako nn expenditure for contin
gent expenses of tho govornor hy In
creasing thet salary of tho governor.'
It you Increase his salary to $10,000,
It wl( be only n short tlmo when
wo will hnvo. nn Inciease of salary
at tlio governor of Alaska nsked fqr
to the samo amount. Not only that,
but we havo now tpondlng before n
committee In 'this IIouso nu ostlmato
for a residence Jar one of these out
lying territorial governors, nt a tost
ot s.u;doo. ,
Mr', Hamilton. Mr. Chairman, the
language of tho gentleman from
Mliiucsotn is unfair In bpeaMng of
'outlying torrltory." Hawaii opcr
ate.s,( as n sentinel to protect our
WesfeVn roast. Sho came to us with
out conditions; she In not to ho put
In,. tho category iiif outlying terri
tory".' Mr. Mann. Jf she Is not nu out
lying territory, she Is pot an Inlying
Mr. Hamilton. Sho Is entitled to
Mr. Madden. Will tho gentiemnn
Mr. Hamilton. No; I can not.
Now as to this question of salaries,
I am content that the committee
shall vote on tho question.
Mr. Maron. Mr, Chairman, I want
toicntepiny protest! 'against Increas
ing the' salary 'of this governor on
tho ground thnt hh lnH to do so
nuioh .ontertnliling. if bin vnlury
wore Inrreused, It would not he sj
long before he would havo to do
more eutertniuliig. I do not believe
the Members of this House are sav
ing any moro out of tho $7Gf0 than
thoy did out ot tho $S000, and It the
samry, vero increased lo Jiu.uuu, ad.
dltlonaj expenses would eat that up.
and I am utterly opposed to Increas.
Ing salaries when the Tronsury is
running behind, ns it is,
Mr.'iClark of Missouii. Mr. Chair
man, 1 .would llko to ask the gentle
m tin from Michigan n question. How
does It happen thnt the governor of
Hawaii 'has to entertain more-than
the governor at Lansing or Jefferson
City or Springfield, ill.?
Mr. Hamilton. I am glad to an
swer dhnt question. It Is n fair
question; and If It wero not for tho
great cxponFo to which tho Govern
or of Hawaii Is put In the adminis
tration ot lila odlce as governor there
would be no very good argument for
the large Increase In the salary.
1 Now I want to say tliat the pres
ont governor mado no argument In
favor of this Increase of salary; li3
declined to do It. Honolulu Is known
nB tho crossroads ot tho Pacific. All
tho dlgnUnries traveling from the
United States to tho Orient stop off
nt Honolulu, nnd frequently the De
partment of Stuto notifies the gov
ernor of Hnwall of the arrhnl
Mr, Clark of Missouri. Of these
Mr. Hamilton. Yes,
Mr. Clark of Missouri. Why do
not .those American dlgiiltuilos go
to a hotel and pay their own bills?
Mr. Hamilton. I think they do.
Itut not only American dignitaries,
but dignitaries from the Orient com
ing to this country stop at Ilono
lulu, nnd It has bcconiq tho custom,
and a heavy tniKiHltlnn on the chief
executive ot Hawaii,! to entertain
these distinguished visitors In ac
qordance iwith their dignity. And
so It docs constitute n heavy drain
on tha resources of any man who Is
governor of Hawaii.
Mr.-Clark of Missouri, Why would
It not bo n good thing for thovtsll
Ing dignitaries from the Orient to
pay their own hotel bills?
Mr. Hamilton. I suppose It would,
but we liave,rTi6 (power to compel
Uiem lo do It,. ' ,
Mr, Claik of Missouri. They
would havo to go bomewliere.
Mr. Hamilton. When they come
here wo entertain them.
Mr, Clark ot Missouri. Yes;' but
that Is n horso of n different color.
Mr.,)Jamlllon. it Is tlio samo horso.
, Mr, Clark ot .Missouri. No: that J
only a colt out(thcre. (Laughter.)
i Mr. Pajnow-Aro there not n large
tllimlini rif. lrp,v Ann rna1i1.naa tltn...
occupied bjr vory hospitable pcoplef
Itspb of Urge vgal'li. v,t) at? e'y
s'.ti t? ectrtr.ln riittjri"'
::- Kr.rr.r.ttn. ". Z) r,'Tr;m, 't 1
'fti enj fir th gsiimn fs -ay
that, but ho.inaa ely well that
when Ihoio princes and potentates ana
other dignitaries appear there at Ho
nolulu they expect to repelvo consider,
niton according to tlio r rank nnd
dignity, and I ll.ivp no doubt If they
should appear a the gentleman's own
city tho gentleman wnulil (urn but,
porlnps, nnd lead tlio hand In n pro
cession r! thrlr honor.
Mr. Payne. If ho did ho would not
nsk for an appropriation
Mr. Flxgernld. Mr. Chairman let
mo suggest that tho penltoinirh from
New york stopped at Honolulu, and
Ihey turned out nnd gno him u ory
Mr. Hamilton. Which gentleman
from New York?
Mr. ntigernld. Tho other gentle
man from New York suggests that tho
gentleman from Now York who has
Just, boon Interrogating mo appeared
nt Honolulu, and they turned out and
gao him n very warm and expensive
Mr. Payne. That wan done by prl
valo citizens. There was no appropri
ation for that.
Mr. Hamilton. Ilut I understand
that tho gentleman from New York
(Mr. Fitzgerald) calls the gentleman
Mr. Payne. Oh, I never reply to nny
names (hat anybody calls mo, (Laugh
ter.) Mrj ntgcratil. Thai Was an official
reception thnt he received, and tho
governor was put to considerable ox
penso In entertaining my cnllcaguo
from Now York.
Tho Chairman. Tlio question Is on
agreeing to tho commllteo amend
The question was taken, nnd tho
amendment wbb 'rejected.
Tho Chairman. The question Is now
on tho next commlttco amend ment,
striking out tho words "ilireo thousand
live- hundred" nnd Inserting In Urn
thereof tho words "four thousand."
The question was taken; and on n
division (demanded by Mr. Hamilton)
thero were iyes 27, noes 12.
'So tho amendment was agreed to.
Tho Clerk road ns follows:
Insert as a now paragraph tho
"Sec. 11. That till laws and
parts of Inwti, whether federal or
territorial, lit conflict iwllh this
act aro hereby repealed." x
Mr. Mann. Mr. Chairman, I will ask
tho gentleman from Michigan If thero
Is nny necessity for that? A repeal
ing section ought not to tyo In the bill
unless tncro is reason for It,
Mr. Hamilton. I do not think there
Is any reason ,for It, ,,
Mr,, Mann, q'hls is nIll amending
nn net. If ,thero arp&uy Jawa Incon
sistent with It, they wlllvhq repealed
by Implication. I think ( is, iusafo to
put those provisions in, iinlci.i them
In ii lennnii fordt. -
'fho Chairman. Tito question Is on
agreeing to tho amendment.
Tho question was token, nnd tho
amendment was rejected.
M,r.' Hamilton, i .Mr. Chairman I
movo thnt the comrAltttoljhj npw rise
anil TepSrt jtho JiiH lth afandments
(o tho House, wllhJlhq recommenda
tion that tho amendments ibo .agreed to
nnd tho bill as nmended do pass.
Tho motion was agreed' to.
Accordingly thn commlttco roso;
nnd Mr. Olmstcad, Speaker pro tem
pore, having assumed tho chair, Mr.
Fuller, Chairman of thn Commlttco t
tho Whola IIouso on tha state ot the
Union, reported thnt thnt committee
had had under consideration tho bill
S. 3360, and had directed him to re
port tho sniuo back to tho IIouso with
sundry amendments, with 'tho recoiii
inendatlon that tho amendments bo
agreed to and that the bill as amend
ed do pass. '
Mr. Hamilton. Mr, Speaker, I move
tho prdvlous question on tliov bill nnd
nlj itmindmcuts thcrofo to-llnal pass
ago. ' Tho previous question wds ordered.
Tho Speaker pro tempore Is n
Hccond vote demanded on any amend
ment? (After a pause ) if not, tho
votes will bo taken en gross. Thu
question is- on tho umindiiieuts.
Tho amendments wero ngrccd In,
Tlio Speaker pru lompuro. Tho ques.
tlon now is on tlio, third reading of tha
The bill was ordered to bo rond a
third tlmo, and passed.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Every lady who desires to keep up
ler attractive appearance, whllo nt
tho Theater, attending Jlcceptions,
when shopping, while traveling and
on all bccnslon.s should carry iu hor
ljmrp9 a booklo't of Qouraud's Orien-
tal Beauty Leaves. 1 bis b a dainty
Ittle booklet 'of exquisitely perfumed
powdered leaves which nro easily ro-
novua ana applied to mo sum. it is
invaluable when tbe face becomes
uolst nnd flushed and Is far superior
lo a powder puff, as It does not spill
and roll tho clothes.
It removes dirt, soot and grease
(torn the face, Imparting a cool, det
ente bloom to tho complexion. Sent
anywhere on receipt of Five Cents
n stamps or coin.
When Daby was sick, wo gave her
When she was a Child sho cried toi
When she became Miss, sho clung tp
When, sho had Children, she gavn thorn
,,,,5W-"For' Bint" jiardSi.on sale at
the Bulletin office.' " "
A large nnd complete stock
of the Famous ,
BABY'S AND CHILDREN'S
hare just arrived. Bring; the
Baby and show it this beau
am. ni:w And tjxcmjsivm
Regal Shoe Store
KINO AND BETHEL
"SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE?
Under and by virtue n 'i certain
Wrdt (if Hvocutloii is ii-l by tho
Honorable Prank And ail . district
Magistrate of Honolulu, City and
County ot Honolulu, Torrltory of
Hawaii, on tho- 27th 'day of April,
A. D. 1910, In tho matter of Clmrlos
T. Wilder, Assessor of Taxes, First
Division, Territory of Hawaii, Plain
tiff, vs, I.ee HI Nglp, Chil Quon,
Hlng I'ong, Young Ynu Churk,
Knong Fook Lung, Kwong Sing, Ah
I.enng for -Hop Wo Company, all of
Honolulu, copartners, doing business
under tho firm name and stle of
Poo Wo Tong Company, Defendants,
I did mako demand for payment of
tho sum therein named from Yee
Wo, alias Lee Blng, Its presldont,
and the Fame being refused, I did
on the 4th day of Juno, A. D. 1910,
levy upon und shull offer for sule
and bu.ll at public auction to the'
highest bidder at tho City 'Auction
Knoiiis, Merchant stiect, Honolulu,
City nnd County ot Honolulu,- Tei-
rltory ot Hawaii, nt 13 o clock noon
of Thursday, tho "h day of July; A.
D. 1910, all of the right, title and
Interest of the said Poo Wo Tdng
Company, Defendants, In and to1 so
niiiclf of the property herclnnfterdif
scrlbcd as may bo noccksnry to Sat
isfy tho 'said amount ot Four Hun
dred Thirty-eight ($138.00) Dollars,
thnt being tho amount for which
Bald Hxccutlon Issued, together wlth
Interest, costs nnd my foes nnd ex
penses nro previously paid. ,
Property to Be Sold. '
1st All or the 'right, title nnd nl
teroBt of said Poo Wo TOng Company
In and to that certain lcaso fronuY,
Ahln und Chu Quon to Poo Wo Tong
Company, dated the eighth day of
August, A. D 1901, being a portjon
of lloynl Patonl No. 234C, Apami 3,
to Kaoun, with the buildings
2nd All the right, title and in
terest1 of said Poo Wo Tong Cqm
pany,'ln and to that certain lehso
from Leo" 111 t'glp to Poo Wo Tijug
Company, dated the eighth day of
August, A, D. 1901. being a portion
of Itoyal Patent No. 2003 to Paulo,
with tho buildings thereon.
Terms: Cash In United Stn)ca
Dated Juno 0, A. D, 1910
High Sheriff. Territory of Hawaii.
4G3S - Juno C, 18; July 0. '
AUDIT COMPANY OF
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on all kinds of financial work.
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Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1010.
TDNDEItS FOR BEEP CATTLE.
Sealed tenders, In duplicate, en
dorscd "THNOIJHS'IXm 11HHP CAT-i
TLIV will be tfrelvi'd at tho nincq
of the llqud of Jleallh, nnl'll. 12
o'clock noon, Tuesdn). June 21, 1910,
for supplying the Leper Setlli'ineiil,
Molokal, Willi beef cnttln for tin
period ot six months from July 1,
lliiu, lo iiereniuer ill, iiiu, miner
tho following conditions, namely;
1. Tbr- lildder must offer to fur
nish fat beef rattle to weigh nut less
than :!K0 lbs. net when dressed, in
lots averaging nbout 00 bend por
month, moro or less, ns may bo speci
fied by tho Superintendent of the
Leper Settlement, delivered nt the
Leper Settlement, Molokal, nnd to
accept the dressed weights ascertain
ed nt tho Leper Settlement. For
further Infot million apply nt tho of
fice ot the Hoard of Health, Hono
lulu. 2. Hides, tallow and offal to be
the property of the Hoard of Health.
3. Each bid must be for tho price
per pound dressed weight, with nn
alternative offer of tho prlto per
4. Tho successful bidder must
ngree that all rattle nrij offered for
delivery subject to tho right ot the
Superintendent of tho Leper Settle
ment to reject any or all unlit for
use. In which event other cattle
must be forthwith furnished to mako
up the required number and those
rejected forthwith removed at the
expense ot the bidder.
All bids must bo submitted In nc
cordnnco with, and subject to, the
provisions and requirements of Act
GL' Session Laws 1909.
Tenders must bo accompanied by
n certified check equal In amount to
& of tho tender, on the basis ot CO
head per month, or CO head per
month weighing net, when dressed,
SCO pounds each, . 4
THE IlOAItD OF HEALTH.
Hy Its President,
V., Al MOTT-RMITIL-
fGIOJuno 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 1C,
1C. 17. IS,
OFFICE OF THE DOAHD OP
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno -8, 1010
TENDERS FOR PAIAI. LEPER-
, Sealed tenders. In duplicate, en.
dorscd "TENDERS- TOR PAIAI,
LEPER SETTLEMENT." will bo rpi
Reived at the office of tho Hoard of
Health, until 12 o'clock noon, Tues
day, June 21, 1910, for supplying the
Leper Settlement, Molokal, with pa
int during the period ot six months
from July" 1, 1910, to December 31',
1910, under tho following conditions,
Tenders to bu for tho prlrc per
bundle of paint weighing twenty-nvo
(2T) pounds net. The palat to be
frcBhly mado and securely packed In
tl leaves nnd delivered In good con
dition at the L4pcr Settlement, Mo
lokal. ' l T-
Tenders to iJe'baseaFpOlrFWW
of 900 lo 1900 palnl per mJIiIliLlo "be
delivered as ordoVedjyslhj3jfjrfn
tondent nnd the uutiJH3E53gy "HK
the first wook 'nt JTily.-IfflfiiVr 'r-5
For further' Information VjIiy-ai
tho offtc of the Hoard of lleaMljnToT
The Iloard reserves tho right to
purchase taro from Wnlkolu Valley.
Tenders must bo nccompanlod by
a certified check equal in amount to
B of tho tender, on tho' basis of
1200 palal per month.
All bids must be submitted In nc
cordnnco with, nnd be subject to, tho
provisions and requirements ot Act
C2, Session Laws of 1909.
THE IIOAHD OF HEALTH.
Hy Its President, t
E. A. MOTT-SM1TH.
4040 June 8, 910, 11, 13, 14, 16,
IB, 17, IN.
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OK
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 8, 1910,
TENDER FOR PURCHASE OF
Scaled tenders, In duplicate, en
dorsed "TENDER FOR PURCHASE
OF HIDES," for tho purchase of hides
belonging to the Hoard ot Health,
for the "period ot hIx months from
July 1, 1910. to December 31, 1910,
will bo received at tho office of the
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock
noon, Tuesday, Juno 21, 1910.
Tenders must be for tho price per
pound for hides dettvored an tho
wharf at Honolulu, on weights ap
proved by an agcut of the Hoard ot
Payments required In U. S. gold
coin immediately after delivery.
Tho Hoard docs' not bind Itself to
accept the highest or nny bid.
Tilt' 'IOARD OF HEALTH.
- Ily Its President,
E. A. MOTT-SMITH.
4040 Juno 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15,
1C, 17, 18.
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BDST0N BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
V OWN. , -,
Sealed Tenders will ho received by
tho Surjerlntendent ot Public Works
until 12 m. of Wednesday, JuncjiZ,
1910. for the construction of two
(ine-story frame buildings to be useil
as dining balm nt tlie Leper llosin-.
tal, Knllhl, Honolulu.
Plans, specifications and proposal,
blanks on file In the offlco ot tha
Superintendent of Public Works. .
Superintendent of .Public Works,"
Honolulu, June 8, 1910.
Notice Is hereby given of the In
corporation, under .tho laws ot tn
Territory ot Hawaii, of JUNK-.OP
HONOLULU, LTD, (Capital $000.
000 fully paid up), which will-take
over and succeed to tho business" ot
CLAUS BPHECICELS & CO. on July
The HANK OF HONOLULU, LTD.,
will conduct n general banking bus
iness ns heretofore carried on by
CLAUS SPUECKELS & CO., and
asks tho contlnunncn of tho valued
patronage accorded to that firm.
HANK OF HONOLULU, LTD.
W. 0. 1IIWIN,
J. Hodd & Co.
All accounts owed by the firm ot
J. Hopi) & Co. will bo settled within
tho next thirty days, and all .ac
counts duo to the slid firm not set
lied within thirty da)s will he
placed In the hands ot nn attorney
for collection without further no
J. HOPP & CO.
For L. C. A1IUES,
Juno 10, 1910. 4C43.tr
Starting June 18, 1910, and until
further notice, the Pacific Oil Trans
portation Company will close at 1 ,
p. m. on. Saturdays. '
A. E. DAVIDSON.
STOLEN $10 REWARD.
Ono dark hluo roan mare, branded
"(J' on left thigh (Walmanalo Plan
tation brnnd). 10 reward for lnfor,
mntlon that will lead to her re
r Av'ery. "
Telephone Walmanalo Plantation
rmrr nr .irtilrpan. 'm. W. McQowan,
Walmanalo, Oahu. - 4C44-Ct
i ASSESSMENT NO. 12
HonoTula Branch of the Harrison
. ' ' "Mutual Association
Has, been called and Is 'DE JUNE
JITrr)ll2BEMNQUENT on JULY 15.
mm. e. sflva.
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Night Call 1014
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
sure ample kaepinf
THE POND DAISY.
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE v
Best in the Market '
HENRY 'MalY & 0 0.
Manufactured from pure distilled toat.
er. Delivered to any part of city by
courteous drivers. j
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephones 62t,
Delivered to residence,
and offices at 29c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lot
or more. i ,
W. O. BARNHARTi
133 Berchant St.,
GEO. A, v$m,
FASHIONABLE TATLOIL fa
Business SuiU for 25. !"l
0-'ru' Ualu' cauls ut BulluinV.y