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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, APR. 10. 1911.
A beautiful display of new up-to-date goods. Every dopartment ha been
replenished with the very neweel creations. It will certainly pay you to look
MAGNIFICENT SHOWING OF EASTER MILLINERY
The woman who delights In expressing elegance and refinement In mil
linery, without paying extravagant prices, will find Just what she wants In
We have a largo number of bonutlfullylrlmmcd hats all sultablo for
Easter wear and each showing by Iti style and grace the benefit of having
our Milliner personally select all our Millinery at the Eastern fashion centers.
Children's Trimmed Hats
There will bo a special display of these beginning Monday, April 10.
Don't fail to teo them. Like the I adies lints, they will be pronouncod the
prettiost Jiats In town.
THE "CHRISTY" WAIST
Wo carry an extensive lino of theie celebrated waists In the latest 1011
styles. Some oxquisite hand-embroidered patterns in dcllcato colors) others
In black and white. From $3.D0 up.
Do suro and ask for the "Christy."
A large assortment of fancy and plain pongeo linen and silk parasols,
hemstitched, hand-embroidered and with fancy bands, from $1.50 up.
New and stylish While Serge Suits, weight suitable for our climate,
both coats and skirts of tlio very latest cut. Prico $25.
All alterations neatly executed free of charge.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Deretania Streets
Opposite Firo Station
HAH LNl'tU'Al, ClItATlVi: l'OWHHH IT WIU, I'l'Itt: Al.l,
siviN' i:nuiTioNS. it uoutui:h and mviis i'iioti:jtion
TO IXl'l.AMUD I'AItTS.
Cleansing and Antiseptio
50c and $1.00
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
THE REXALL STORE FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
that which w n sum. is hi:makkai!I.i: l'on its ki.a
vim and ki:i:i'1no QU.u.m Tiii:m; is a si'ohi;sth).
or uuTTi;itcurs and daisiks in uvintY olncu.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADING SALOONS
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
THE CAPITOL CAFE
KING STREET, OPP. THE YOUNG HOTEL
ENTIRELY NEW NO OLD CROCKERY NO WORN-OUT
The Best Cooked Meals in the city
NO HIGH PRICES
The Menu and Service will ploase the most exacting gourmets.
We have just started business and solicit the patronage of par
GET LARGE SUM
House Committee Makes Re
port On Appropriations
Needed For Molokai.
Hcconimcndntlons for new buildings
nnil Improvements at tin- leper sct
t lenient, together with u statement of
t'niiilitliiiiM, Is contained In tlio very
thorough report submitted to lliu
Iiiiiikc liy ItH Committee on llenllli und
1'ollee, of which .1. II. Coney of Kuunl
Is olnilruian. The report Iiiih tlio fol
low lug rcriiiiiinciiilntltiliH:
Tlio needs of the settlement nru
Kiwi! hi follows:
"1. 120,000 fur new buildings to re
place old buildings ut Hay View Home.
"2. JSOOO fur mi Ice plant, with u
capacity of turning out one ton of Icul
per day. Tor thli purioo the Inst
I-cgl-daturc iipproirlateil J I. '.00, Put It
was found Insufllclcnt anil uih not!
toiiclinl at nil.
3 J3000 for building ami repairing
load from Kalanpaiui to Knluwal. I
"I. Jl.'.nn for Pall trail.
"S 11300 for Jail ami Jailor's cot
"fi fir.00 for Hlntlnncry ami frco
pottage fur lepers ami clilldrcu.
i tn-im mr ireiKiii mm craiiMpor
tnlloii "s 2I0 tier month for tlio running
expenses of the nursery.
"9 250 tier month for running ex
penses of tlio new hnpltnl.
"10. $200 per month for payroll and
running expenses of laundry I
"11 100 for new building at Hlsh
op Home for Children"
The limit Important rccommenda-
Hon made by the committee regarding
the cam of lepen In: I
Trom Itx Investigation your com
mittee Is of the opinion that xomoj
amendment should bo mnilfl In thei
present law provhllnR for the letting
out on parole of subjects formerly de
clared lepers but who on rc-cxnuilnn-tlon
do not exhibit the disease. In
cases of tbli kind It li Impossible to
Ret a pliyHtclan to declare such a sub
ject not to be n leper where ItH con
dition li on the border line."
Kalllil llcri'lilmr Slatlun.
Your ronimitteo him visited tills In
stitution on two occnilons nnd found
everything In tlio best of shape. The
$10,000 appropriated by tlio laHt 1-cg-l.ilaturu
for new buildings and ociulp
ment bus been well spent All the
buildings' nro extremely well and con
veniently) Jdanncd and the toilet and
lmth arrangements are excellent
thioughout. Thero Is need, howoicr,
for two moro cottages patterned aft
er tlio stylo of those, recently built,
for which an appropriation of $8C2S
There Is a marked Inipnnoinent In
the appearance, of soma of tlio pa
tients here, und tlio number of pa
tients who havo voluntarily submit
ted themselves for treatment under
tlio new law is exceptionally large.
Rome of these cases exhibit tlio dis
ease, In a cry advanced stuge.
Under tlio now system sixty per
sons hao been receled hero as lep
ers, as against eleven In the last pe
riod under tho former law. During
the period sixty-seven were examined
under the leper law passed at tho
Sosslon of 1909, llfty-llve of which
worn examined In Honolulu and
twelo at tho leper settlement. Of
the Ilfly-Ilve examined In Honolulu,
forty-eight wero declared to havo tho
disease, tho rest not to hao. All
twelve examined at tho bcttlemenl
wero declared lopeie.
Theic are now In the Kullhl re
ceiving station sixty patients, tnonty-
hoven females and thlrly-thrco mates,
tho youngest six years of ago and
tho oldest 70 years. Of these llfty-
seven hao been admitted slnco March
Krom Its Investigation hero your
committee Is of the opinion that soinn
amendment should ho made In tho
present law providing for tho letting
out on parol o of subjects formerly
declared lepers, but who on reexam
ination do not exhibit tho disease 111
cases of this kind It Is Impossible, to
got a physician to decline such u
subject not to bo a leper, whoro Its
condition Is on the bolder line.
Of tho rases voluntarily surren
dered In Honolulu fur tho period
Total number examined, 1 03; num
ber declared lepers, 92 ! number de
clared tint lepors, II; total, 103
.Number retained In Kalllil station,
r,7; number sent to Molokai, 30; num
ber discharged, It; number died, li;
There Is great need for n new
Jail, as tho picscut building Is old
and leaky It was built In IHT.7 and
Is beyond the stage of repair It
also lacks proper and sulllclent ac
commodation for the Inmates, as three
peisnns havo to be crowded Into one
Tho proposition Is not to erect a
now building on tho present site, It
luiNlng become too valuable for such
a purpose, but to secure a slto else
where. It Is thought that a plaeu
might bo seemed near tho Insane Asy
lum premises finin the lllshnp Ks
liilo The grounds should bo largo
enough to penult of piisonvi'H rais
ing many ailleles of pioduce for their
own nialnlenanco, which are now bo
lug bought on tho outside. Thus the
prison could bo iiunlo moro self-sustaining
Those unable to ilo hard
wolk could bo omplnjcd hero to nd
valiliigo It is estimated that for present
needs a Jail could be built for about
$75,000, and orcctcd to accommodate
Leaves Tomorrow After In
specting All Work Being
Done In Hawaii.
t tun uell itntlilleil with the work
which Ik being done In Hawaii for the
United Slutei government," said l.lcii-lenant-Ciibirel
John lllddlc, Corps of
KiiKlneen. at tin- Yiiiiiir tbl morning
In company with Captain Putnam,
IhiRlneer Corps, Colonel lllddlc hai
Jmt returned from no Inspection of Hip j
work at Kabiiltll ami 1 1 Ilo harbors, and,
he Iciincs for Washington tomorrow bv I
the Honolulu!!, In company with Major
Wlmlow, who Is roIiir to houilipiar
tcrs before leaving for lilt new work
In fortifying tho Panama Canal.
"Of course, the work nt Kaliiilul li
Just Retting under way," said Colonel
Illildle, "but the start promises well,
and we hope that everjthliiK will ko
on steadily until the entire operation'
there are llnMieil and the breakwater
li completed to the tail Item
"to into 1 was iilcasid with tlicnroc-
resi made on the work, ami the Lord
Young company li going ahead with
the second staRe of the breakwali r
biilblliiR III a rapid manner and en
llrelv sitisfiiitory." be concluded
In nil the other const! uetloii work
roIiir on In re. the work at Port 1
Itussv and Kort Kamehameha and
1'earl Harbor the Impeding oillerr ex
pressed himself as entirely satiilled In
Theie will be a public leeltnl next
Sntiircln owning, April IK, In Hie
Chniles It lllshnp Hall nt I'unahou
by the pupils of the music dcinrtmeu'
of Ouhti College, under the dliectloii
or Mlis Cnrolwi Hhetlleld. Miss Clink
Mrs. Ir.gnlN ami Doctor Ramus will
assist. A genernl Invitation Is ex
tended to all to attend. Following Is
the ptogiam that has been picpared
Allctm maestoso, MIsb Sheflleld.
Second I'lano, Miss Clarke
Hondo Ilillllnnt Mohr
Miss Hazel dear. Miss Shelltcld
The Ilronk Heller
Tnienlello Charles Dcnneo
Trio for plnno. lollu and cello....
Maltha MrClicsno) Mrs. Ingalls
and Doctor Hatiius
Danro Macabre for two pianos
Cnirlo McLean. Miss Shelllcld
$1 13,000 WAS BID
lOnl-YniiiiR Company bid $113,000
on the construction of the new Car
negie Library nml was tho lowest
bidder on the coiitrart tho tenders
for which wero opened ut tho ollleo
of Architect Kerr
lly a t pographlc.il error In Sat
iirda's llul let In tin amount of
the bid of Und ami Young appealed
us $13.1,01)0, Instead of (lKI.UOO im
Early Spring Clothes
ii H i I llr ..i cT.i' f
1 V4 RraMJI 1UV
T17F, announce our f prnhPfrKr'
vv First Spring iIUb lalawl Law lljjll Lfg"
Showinir ol H'.'rjsra
lor-carly Spring Wear,
which is by tar the
most extensive line
ever "shown in this
Our Assortment of
is so Vitrictl we arc en
abled to please the most
exacting man in town.
We hope to have the
pleasure of showing you
what will be worn this
Spring, We welcome you
here i:t all times.
Mlkahala Freight List. I
Sugar nnd sheep, pigs and pine-,
apples wcio Items on the freight lis
of the Inter-Island steamer Mlknliuli
which Is discharging raign at the Ki
nd! wharf picpniator) to letiiinlug
to Maul, Molokai and I.nual pets to
morrow ootilng. The fielght list In
cluded 1121 sacks sugar. 2.12 heal
sheep. 2.i lambs, 48 pigs, 100 cases
canned pineapples ;iud u riiiuntitt o'
sundries. According to iciiort frun
Purser I'renrh the Amerlian-llawiill-nu
freighter Mlssouilan was at Ka-.
Imltil taking on sugni Ple-isatii ci
ther Is reisirted during the etitiic
Pure Milk and Cream
ThU dairy Is thoroughly sanitary and modeled on the newest
scientific principles. Wa guarantee the purity and richness of all
The Pond Dairy
II ii I let In KilllorLil lliiuni Phone
2185- Hulletlii IIiisIiiish Ofllip
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wIiirh later on If need be
This Institution wim lslted by
your committee, which found that
much was needed heie Home of (ho
buildings nru very old and lack prop
New buildings nre reunited, with
hospital attached. They should bo
constructed of concrete In order that
they could bo made sanitary and kept
clean, and which would probably call
for an appropriation of $50,000.
There aru mi iisulllcleiil number
of guards und uiiises hero, and "'(
iccommend uppropil.itlon fur an In
crease of these forces
Kalllil Hois II -.
This place was recently visited by
our roumilttru, which found tho In
mates happy tit.d coiitenteil nml tho
promises clean Ihioiighoiit.
Thero Is need for the following,
1. A hath-bouse with suitable ac
cot'iniodatlotis, und until such Is m.idu
thero Is a lack of acrotuuiodatloiiH for
tho twenty-tlvo children now In tho
nursery ut Kiiluupup.i awaiting trans
fer to this home.
2. A cottage for the cook and yard
boy. II. A fence all around the ptem
Ises and homo lllllug-iu douo.
All tho buildings here am In a
eiy dilapidated condition, ami tho
bill providing for an appropriation for
new buildings for this home Is u
A new location for this Institution
has been located at Kaluanpaleua,
Kalllil, coming bomo ten acres of
When you are athirst
for a real good glass of beer
send to your dealer for a few
bottles of PRIMO the local
brew the beer that's made in
You'll find it superior to imported beers
that have been freighted through varying
Be sure to ask for
l'lic Pjccr Tlmt's lrcwcd
To (uit Tlu: Qinuvte
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