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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 15, 1911.
USE OF NAME IS
CHICKENS, TURKEY, and PIGEON
Whitney & Marsh,
(By Joseph R. FfirrinEton.)
Why not raise pigeons for profit
They grow like Brass and rcipilro
cry little euro.
Thero nro technical terms In pigeon
lore. Just as Is tlio ciiro In tho poul
try mill other live stock Industries. '
These terms should ho carefully
Heard: A crescont-sluipcd while
marking around tho throat, close un
der the loner Jaw.
... . t ..i. ,. t ........ ..f
. suopeu-siio .. .,......
wh to enthors on the colored ground
of tho shoulder extending to the edgo
Of tho Wlllgblltl.
diovbenk: The beak long,
tit mm .1 tblnkn..ii mill hlltllt lit (tin
... v.. ,,.... ,.,..........-.., - ...
1 ' ,, , .. .i ....
v.imi.1: ,.i.. IV..U.V.. umlk ..,-
ward nil each side of the neck, meet
ing close under tho throat, and con
tinuing down the breast as far as
fit... . 11, AlfiM1 iinsllnn tt
yll'l-i;ill. 4IIU UMUi I"""" "' I
the body separated from tho wliltoFon
b a short and cieii line T,e White Hollands nro more do-
(Inso-markod: A lack of sulfide lit . IIU.HtlcatPU im, m mmc t , k
wh to on the colored portion of tho tMr ,,, nb(m( hp nnd out
.?' ... , , , buildings ns chickens do. They nro
Crown or shcll-crest: Tho feath- , ,.,, , ,mv )( ,
ers rising sharp and even, fnl ng , ,, ,,g ,en
nl cht v forward. nnd externum: -...... . ...
:.':...; ....... :c, .. ..... , ;,c,uic"- ine "ro prouauiy n umo
around the back of the licnd from ear
Dewlap: Tho thin, loose skin, fine
ly feathered, extending Ironi lower
mnndlble down the throat.
Down-faced: An i'cn and un-
broken ci.no of tho head, from the ,sturbcil.-n.inBnr Commercial,
point of thu beak to the top of tho .
l,lt!1."' ... . . . . Coops without bottoms are tho best.
Kyc-wattle- A ficshy protuberance for tur cn am, ,
growing arould the eje In n circular;...,. ... .....,, , .PIin .,.,, ,'
I'owl-thlglicd: Mixed colored feath
ers on tho thighs.
Oay-nmrkrd: A surplus of white
on tho colored portion or tho body.
ock: The knee-joint
Hood: The feathers rising up and
exieiHiiiig aroiinu ine iiiick ami ino
side of tho head, ami falling forward
hut tho top of the skull and Into
the sweep of tho chain
.lew-wattlo' A fleshy protuberance
growing nut from tho root of the lon
Jowl: The beak.
Keel: The breast-bone.
l,owcr mandible: Tho lower half
of tho beak.
Mane: Tho feathers rising upward
and backward, meeting tho hood nnd
extending down the back of tho neck.
Tlin r.nllinM ......
..hi ...... mm n (iniuK
In ,. l.nlnl nt II... I.....1, r .1... .b.,11
and falling Into tho sweep of tho
Primaries or flights: Tho long (
quills or first ten feathers of tho
Itnnch-bnck: The back raised or
Itose-plnlnn or marking- A elr- ,,, " ' ,, ,JJ V. . y
rulnr patch of white feathers, each ' ? ,' ' T , ' T "Cnrlj.
feather separate and distinct from the la"' " ''' , 'l "'" hll" they
other on fho eolored ground of the "", 1 ,n nfv.i h,r ,U
slioulder of wine onlv B ' ' ll,n t0 nrnvl(l Cilc'i broody
S".Tose 7 TUtcrs' springing from ' Z" uXZ n " i"""
a common center and falling over. ".? 1""" ,C'"fR '' llncl,P,8I 'Mro
shonlng tho white under . as In , ""' "b " "'',. , , . ,
tho lacnbln It Is iidvantHgcous to have a fairly
Hose: A tuft of feathers springing ' ZrZl' T, U,C?,"n VCn,t""t"
out from tho base of tho beak In an rtonMta m.HX' ? .... !"", ,0,,
eien and circular form covering tho 'o tn h n, , "? Il,1 ?: ' fr
whole front of tho head, as In tho . "u? '" "v T , ', "n,"Cr S".m-"d ''"
Trumncter n " tovcn-olghtliB of an inch In
Kaddlo: Tho feathers on the back ' X.fTs" ..ener 1. '"i"0 "'""" i'" "
nnd upper part of tho wings, coming jj "" rRcCan".il "' '"t"c. "tco
down and rounding off and meeting . ,''., r i ? . '' .
tho wlng-coverts. L.,n?,. h . '"r""'10 ",0 ,0"
Secondaries: The Inner lllghtH or w? " '"" " Rlo"Cl, " ,h"1 r,lln
shorter quills that fold up and rest " ' " n r. nl not soak
on tho outer flights or primaries. ' I"?, n, '." "hln- KllllCr
Slippered: The entire feet and 'r .r r '," "h?uM h" "",,ln
toon evenly covered with feathors. l'" "10fnr .'" )f " ,,'no,r: ln tllc '""
uni... a .,.n ,i f ....i lrilB0' "'0 ''en could then walk off her
front of tho head at tho base of tho
Spouts: A warty irntuboranco
growing on tho eyc-wattlo,
Stocking-booted: Tho cntlro limb
cocred with soft, lino feathers. (It- " , "'" """ K "" '"rt and ver
ting closely to tho limb. i """. so "m n,n "Pcnml- "t It lre
Slop: The sudden rise of tho fore- "l,nc,,,nt molsturo soaking up
i,n...i f ..... . ... .... through tho earth to the ocrs. ti.i
..-i... ....... i. mi u;ui in .tit, ii.'jin.
SwalIow-thro.it: Tho white ex-
tending in. under tho lower law. show.
Ing no bib
Upper niandlblo: Tho nppor half
tho beak. i
Vulturo-hock: Long, stlrr feathers
growing out nnd falling backward
from tho hock-Jnlnt.
The shoulder part of
Wlng-butt: As applied to pigeons.
tho front of tho shoulder .
Wir..,, ti . . ,
Wlng-coverts: Tho short nnd
broad feathors Hint cover Iho roots ,
of tho Inner flights or wondnry
quills. Farm Journal.
Pigeons aro very llltliv on their
rooso und tlio nest should bo clean
out frequently - ,
Tho parent pigeons will often step
cm tho soft young ones anil kill thoin
If thoy havo not h good largo nest. .
Periiliirllles of Turkcji.. I
Young turkeys arn hurder to ralso
than chicks or ducklings, and In order
. .... .. . ,.,. ,, .....
to succeed with them morn pains
must be taken to study their nature
and habits, i
Tho natural tendency of tho turkey
Is to roose where night overtnkes It,
nnd In time tlio wild animals aro apt
to diminish the (lock.
In many Instances, where tho joung
nro hntchcil hy chicken liens, the fos
ter mother is coopeil nml tho llttlo
ones deprived of their liberty, anil
feil almost entirely on wheat or grain
of some sort, which nlonc Is enough
to rmisc tho poults to ille.
They must liao more of a cgct-
nhlo diet, ami cen In this case Judg
ment must bo oxcrclscd Turn tho
lien looio with the llttlo ones, anil let
them pick what they most ttllsli, giv
ing them a llttlo meal or wheat to
, tf , , , fc
In picking stock from whneli to
I.lnrt. MIMfcn vnlir ..1....l,.tlnn Ihnt
jsomo nro wild ami some arc tame.
,ii.i Mii ,., .,.. ,,
The Ilronze variety Is very desir-
'iiblo for tho market on account of Its
,,, HI1(, 1C 8U(,pl navor
Hut on account of Its wild, roving dis
positions this variety Is hard to raise.
The birds nearly always hldo their
inests, and perhaps will not bo seen
fnp n mnnll. n ,.. .., 1, .. .-I. I., ..
harder to ralso than the llourbon
Iteds, which, by tho way, nro hnntl-
somo birds, but do not become qulto
so tamo. All turkejs aro peculiar
nlmnt their nests, and when they onco
srlrrt (tin lnri.tlnn llinv mn.l m l.n
every morning providing n clean floor.
It is best not to let turkey hens set
,1(,ar ea(.h ot, ,)e(,alst wh ,
, kl,cl ,la,c,lrB ,,,
w wll , , u
l0 B,,0 h,
Comparison Judging was adopted
at tho Minnesota state show.
Not long ago It seemed foolish to
think of hatching chicks artiflcially.
Hut now the Incubator has greatly
taken tho plnco of the hen. It Is also
now proved that day-old chicks can
bo shipped for n long distance If prop
Nearly all Incubators now on tho
market aro practically ns good
onrh nl inn ...l Ir .. ... , .. .
".: """ " I" "I'1'" naiiuioil
usually bring good results.
('Me Hens n iulel nliirr.
During tho tlmo that hens nro set
ting they should be plnced In a quiet
place, where they can neither seo tho
other birds nor be seen by them. If
tllf.V nfn .V'l.nn ft.... ...... ,...-,.. . .
IT' J?'' fp.0,1" " In tho latter
Instance she would havo to bo lifted
Thero should bo no bottom to a
nost 1,0!t nn' f'ls for two reasons-
... ll' .r"n' of co"r"(' bn ""vlatcil,
. -. . '".""" " K00(I n "'
'. .i .-inni. a kooo neai or lalior.
" '" Thc American Cultlvntor.
Tnvi..r Tn nr-olrir.
I KYIIMG TO DECIDE
ON CITY PHYSICIAN
Thu resignation of l)r lirucn MeV.
Mal hn" '", ;lt and county physician
was presented to tho Hoard of Simer.
, " "'"l ""'"' ,,n'1 "nw tl10 hu!,cr-
I"B. "", try"s ,"'"'cllU' "' ', "
man for Iho placo It was stated ast
,,lght that Dr W C Hohdy h ecn
offered It, hut hail declined, suggesting
Dr Shcnnnl or Dr. J II rtaymoud.
This morning thero was n good deal of
talk that Dr. Shepard stands n good
l'l,,inco of 'b appointment Dr. N. II
,:"lcrB""' l,ollc" surgeon. Is In tempo-
"'; cl!nrK(, , , .
iho board also took up the question
of regulating the pot shops, the eor-
lespondenco between tho board and thu
Hoard or Health being rend. Deputy
County Attorney Mllverton's letter,
summing up the situation, was read
Tin, letter casts doubt on tho legul abll-
"' r ""' elty ,n ''lo"' ''"' "ho,M ""''
Ti'fT, """ ". .".' ."""V ,f !.rra"h
tlilnVcM they ought to bo rinsed, t may
BO pa cnH ,, ,, Tcrr.
And the longer n womnn Is married
to n man the innii, respect Bhe may
hare for nn old bachelor.
Dr. Raymond Believes That
Friends Have Put Him
"I hae never been a candidate for
city mid enmity physician, t have never
at any time authorized tho use of my
name In connection with the olllce, and
I think that the talk now going on
and bandying my nninc buck anil forth
In connection with tho olllce Is n long
way from being a square deal for me,"
said Dr. J. II ltn. mnnd this morning
In speaking of the present imui1.Hi' In
the olllco of tho city and county psy
slclati. "At the time the olllce was created
some of my friends eamo to mo nml
asked mo If 1 would take It and 1 told
thoin no. I.ntcr, when MaeKall's term
of olllce expired, my friends (with a
question mark) came to me again and
nsked mo to be a candidate for the
'Again I declined, but notwithstand
ing that they went to the tlepubllcan
Central Committee anil bad that body
Indorse ino as second choice for tho
'I have lived in this community for
seventeen years nnd my taxes amount
o neurly ns much ns the olllco of city
and county physician pnys. I havo
.undo h success hero and I don t un
derstand why I should bo given tho
deal that some persons In this town
seem to bo trying to give me.
'Nearly ten years ago I took bold
of the Hoard of Health when It was In
about the snmn kind of a political
stench ns It Is at present nnd brought
It out I cleaned liouso for them up
there In good shape
"I wish to say, mid say emphatical
ly, that I think this Is a rotten ileal
that they lire trying to glvo me, wheth
er for political reasons or others I do
i have novor wnntod this position,
nor have I ever gnno to any member
of this Hoard of Supervisors nnd nsk
ed for support for the olllce, notwith
standing the fact Hint my work for tho
Itepubllrnn pnrty In the Inst campaign
did u grent deal toward electing Its
candidates. I believe"
Dr. Unymond believes Hint the pres
ident of the Hoard of llenlth should
be n physician, nnd one not In nctlve
practise. Tn this wnv only could bo do
uninfluenced work and proceed without
fenr or fnvor That Is the strong rea
son for the Federal government to bnvo
charge of health matters here, he says
OIL MEN CLOSE
TO STRIKE NOW
Rood news Is In store for stockhold
ers in both Nnrrls-Mldway and Ilu
mnun.a nil properties, according to
Mai tin lirune, wlio represents the for
mer cinniuny In the Territory. Ho has
received u letter from I. I.. Clark, pres
ident of tho Norrls-Mldway company,
with tho good news.
Clark says that be met Frank Payne,
mnungcr of the Hunianmn company, on
tho Const and that Payne told him
the Hiiinuumn wells are now through
llvo feet of sand and Into shale. Tho
sand was quite rich, says Clark, nml
tho drillers uro now getting n great
deal of gas. "so," be adds. "It looks
mighty good for Huninuma."
Itcfcrrlng tn Norrls-Mldway, Clark
says be Is getting ready for an In
spection trip south to the llelds, nnd
Hint he Is expecting u strike any day
"Wo should henr ot a strlko any time
now," says Mr Orune, "and then Ho
nolulu people will know tho result."
Honolulu. April It, 1911.
Hdltor Jl ul let In. I wish to ion
grutulatu Mr. W. D, Adnjiis upon so
curing, und tho publlo uppn the pros
pect of hi'urlng.'tha ruinous Shclllcld
Choir, and It Is safe to say that wlillu
Mr Adams has given tho Honolulu
public marly u great musical treat, not
one of them will have exceeded this
promised pleasure. Indeed, It Is such
great good news as but few dared hopo
for or to cxpeit possible, for tho fume
of these great singers Is world-wide
und extends to every quarter of tho
globe To have tho privilege of hear
ing them In this out-of-the-way place
Is llttlo less t)ian anuulng. Indeed, to
mo and, 1 should think, to all lovers
nf music. It Is tho ono great deslro of
my heart that I may have tho pleusum
of hearing this great choir Think
whut It will mean to bear two hundred
grrat singers, und among tbrni many
of tho prlucipul soloists of tho world,
singing the grand old nnthems and
other grent masterpieces of tho old
composers, to say nothing of hearing
the greatest masterpieces of modern
composers. It will bo an uiispenknblo
pleasure to all .lovers of music to hear
this unrivaled nml truly wonueriui
bund of melodious slngirs, and It will
bo u treat that no ono can ulford to
miss. Yours very truly,
The supervisors bnvo asked tho
Hoard of Health to recommend some
one for tho position nf city anil county
physician In place of Dr Mackiill, ro
slgned The Hoard or Health Is lio
Uovod to havo sovernl cundldntes In
whom It tins confidence and will pro
sentsjnnro than ono niuno to the con
sideration of the supervisors.
Tho prophet who pays his bills
promptly Is not without honor ovon
In his own country.
A truo friend Is ono who privately
calls your attention to your weak
H Honda of tho Hawaiian Tobacco it
it Company amounting to twenty- it
tt Iho thousand dollars have been t!
tt floated, nml tho second Koua to- tS
St baccn enterprise may bo said to it
it be on Its feet and ready to tarry it
it on an nggrcsslve campaign. Si
it Hnckfcld & Co. linve been nam- ti
it oil ns tho agents of the enter- U
tl prlso with which Harry Armltagc, tt
SS .Indgo demons, Cecil Drown nnd Si
Si others nro connected
"I think It would be a step back
ward to do what Is proposed III tlio bill
regnrdlng Colon street," said C C. von
lla.uni this morning
'From tho point of beautifying the
town nlone, nothing of the kind should
bo done, for wo want to make the city
of Honolulu more attractive, and not
"Two years ago authority was grant
ed for the extension of Illshop street
to lteretanla from Hotel, nnd that Is
what should bo done."
Mr. on Hnmm believes that to re
locntc tho lines of the Inno which goes
under tho na.no of t'nlon street would
bo one of tho blgget mistakes possi
ble to ninke, especially on account of
fire, which If tho street was to bo
changed ns propocd, and n largo
building put up on the torncr now oc
cupied by tho Territorial Messenger
Service, would endanger tlio i ouug
Hotel In case of a blaze of nny size.
"What Is Wanted Is a wldo street, tho
extension of Illsl.op, which will do
nwny with such n il.inger from lire nml
will Improve the section of tho town,"
'With n largo building constructed
on tho corner occupied by the messen
ger service, It would he almost Impos
sible to change the lines ngnln when
Illshop street came tn be widened."
Tho City nnd County Supervisors
hno a number of names now under
consideration to fill tho olllco of City
nnd County physician In placo of Dr.
Hruco V. Mncknll, resigned.
Chairman Kruger of Iho henltli
committee with hi associates. Super
visors McClcllnn mill Anitina, havo rc
cclcd assurances from four local mo
dlcal men that thoy might be Inducoi
to tnko up tho responsibilities or that
At n meeting to be held on next
Tuesday evening It Is bclloed Hint a
selection will bo made by tho board
fiom a list Including Drs. Shepherd,
Raymond, Anderson nr Mo.nug.
The position hnslbocu flatly declin
ed by Dr. Hobdy oi tho gyounils that
his prlvalo pi act let.' will not warrant
his taking over iidifitlonal duties.
In collection with tho pol shops the
health comiulttco has mado a verbal
leport to tho effect that each and
every pol shop and factory In the city
has heen vlhiicd. I no boventi own
ers were then notified that unless
they speedily compiled with tho ro
qulicments along runltary lines am)
tho changes mado In the establish
incuts, thoy would lay themselves
open to arrest. This edict Is bclloved
will bo tho means ot closing up
number of tho pol shops which luno
been operating in utter dlsrcganl to
Tho temporary nppoliitinc.it of Dr.
N. 11 .llmerson as city and county
physlclnu mado yesterday was dono
mainly to protect tho boaid of super
lsors. Thero must bo some head
to tho department until the board tie
cido upon a successor to Dr. Mackall.
In Humming up the situation City
Attorney Jlllverton has written the
Terrltoilnl health nlllelals us follows:
"I would ndvlte you that tho board
of supervisors has not taken any ofll-
clal action ns far as tho closing of tho
pol shops Is concerned. Almost nil
tho ownors of such shops, howover,
havo been notified ofilclally that a
strict compliance with nil tho regula
tions contained In ordinance number
21 of tho elly will be required of them
and that In Die event of tho require
ments of such ordinance not being
Ittcd up tn. prosecution for Its viola
tion will ho forthwith Instituted.
"It Is doubtful whether, under tho
law as It now cxlstg,. the board of
Biipci visors has power tn Older tho
closing up of pol thops, Any violation
or tho ordlmmco will bo vigorously
prosecuted nnd perhaps that Is as far
ns the municipality can lawfully go
under tho present circumstances.
u in your "pinion iiiu noun, oi
health has authority to tuko ncMon to
tho extent of closing up tho pfl shopi
nnd If In jour opinion yhu deem such
action necessary nnd advisable. I am
satisfied that Iho boird of supoi visors
would bo glad of your cooperation In
Word comes froni tho oil drillers
working on tho' lands of the Human
ma (111 company that nil sands und
gas havo been struck, nnd cvory In
dication Is fuornbIe. Tho well Is be
ing driven deepor whero a good sUed
flow is expected to bo struck. Ono
report bus It that tlio company bus
already got oil but not In Bi.tlkient
ip.autltles tn suit.
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 n II per year.
Judiciary Committee Helps
- Slaughter As House
Tho Judiciary committee, or the
Hnt.HO this morning get scernl unfn
tornhlc recommendations out of Its
system, resulting In tho tabling of the
bills repoited on. One was Mareul
llno's bill taking from tho Territorial
treasurer tho power to appoint agiuls
to grant marriage licenses nnd glvo
tho power to the Hoard of Health An
other was Kawewehl's bill to authorlzo
county nttoriiey.s to appear for poor
CUI7ens Wlinuill ciwrKi- wwiuuivr nun,
AfToiiso's bill making confessions of'
prisoners not legnl evidence unless ab
solutely voluntary und mado utter the I
ilofcndnnt hns been cautioned that his I
statements may be used ngolnst him j
The Judiciary committee found nil ofi
these bills undesirable nml unneces
sary Another of ICawewehl's bills, relating I
to county government, and requiring I
nil county olllcers to keep their omccs
open rrom 9 n. m. to 4 p. in., except
Ruturdnys nnd Sundays and legal holi
days, was tallied on the recommenda
tion or the health nnd police commit
tee. A Question on Teachers.
Representative Kanianoulu Intro
duced n resolution asking this ques
tion: "Why ono teacher nt Hnkiilau. Ha
waii, holding n second-class certificate
since 1907, Is entered on tho old and
new schedule at $!&, and another
toucher nt Pnpnlkou, Hawaii, who holds
no certificate nt nil. Is down tor SKO?"
It was referred to the education com
mittee. Tho House unanimously unstained
thc Coventor's Veto of Williamson's
bill authorizing tho reduction In cap
ital stock of corporations. William- j
son has already substituted another
bill drawn to meet tho Governor's ob-
Jectlons. nml this bill passed second
The public Innds committee reported
on Yates resolution directing an hives j
tlgntlnn of water rights at Wulohlnuj
Springs, Kau, Hawaii, where complaint
has arlen that tho Hutcblnon Sugar
Company has usurped rights The.
committee reported that the sugurj
,-nmimnv hns diverted the Walnhlmii
stream Horn Its natural course and
that the native tenants have suffered
The committor proposed a concurrent
resolution directing the nttorney-gen-eral
nnd commissioner or public lands
to take legal steps to ndjudlc.ito tho
mutter Tho report and tho resolution
Tho committee on ngrlculti.ro rec
ommended the tabling of Kolllnni's bill,
setting aside certain fluids for forestry
purposes, nn the grounds that It Is
undeslralito to creato n special fund for
Iho purpose and that Hie planting of
trees Is iiroCTessliig rapidly nt present
Pasted Third Reading.
H II 47 tlelatlnc to salaries and
expenses of circuit courts Ayes. SO;
ICvnmlualln.i for admission to the V
H. Naul Academy nt Annapolis Is an
nounced for Hawaii by J. W. Short,
secretary or tlio civil service board ror
this dlstrUt. I'ioiii the Hat nt appli
cants who successfully pass tho esnni
Inatlons. Delegate Kuhlo will nominate
tor Hie iieiiilrniy from this Territory
Tho notice of examination Is us fol
lows; "The examination of persons, nomi
nated by lon Jonah Kulanliilianlc,
Delegate to ('engross, for admission In
tho United Stales Nuwil Academy, will
lie held nt the McKlutcy High School
building In Honolulu, T II, on April
IK, 1!, 20 and 21, In nccoriliinco with
the Instructions of tho I' S. Civil Ser
Korglvo your enemies If they aro
bigger than you nro.
Those new, smart
Button Hoots for those who
care. These are the very
Latest in Ladies' Dress &
Street hoots, direct from
New York. The pair,
$3.50 and $4.00.
Also, a Large Line of EASTER MILLINERY, portraying
the Latest Styles and Models. Seo window display.
li. B. KERR & CO., Ltd., Alakca Street
In BLACK, WHITE and TAN
MONDAY NEXT, April 17
25c quality, reduced to - 15c
35c quality, reduced to - 20c
50c quality, reduced to - 35c
Sale Begins on
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mer The lllmyjry of the essels has
lint yet been definitely determined The
question is being considered by Hie
Slate Department, which has been con
willing with foreign nations. Formal
announcement Is made that tho war
ships will In all probability nuiko stopj
ut ports of Cxrmuiiy.
Battleships Picked Out
The I'nlted States b iltleslilps Louis
iana. Delaware, N'nrll. Dakota und
Georgia will probably comprise ono
sqiuiilniii of the battlishlp licet which
tliu Navy Department wljl order to tho
HEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record, April '14, 1911,
.Mm I'auliihl and wo In l.'.m Hon.. I,
Mellka oPtenon to W A Klniioy. . .1)
Entered for Record, Apr. 15, 1911.
M M.itsudn to I Ilayauhl CM
Wo Keo to Clin Kwnn I
R II howls to California I'eed Co
.lose da C Moigado nml wf to All'
gusto A llnttns 1)
Aiigiisto A .Matins and wf to Jose
da (' Morgado M
W 11 Peers to Mrs Makaloka k l.n
Miikalekn K 1." and l.sb Hi W II
HecrH v. M
NEXT SUNDAY IS EASTER
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
RER S. S. HONOLULAN
I'lllpo Kuiuiilne and wf to Abhto K,
Henry 11 1'aoa to Miss Shcha I,
Manuel K limcntal Sr to Antonio K
rimcnlnl nml wf ct nl ltel
Antonio It l'liueutal and wf ct al tu
.Manuel It I'lmentnl Sr l
Manuel H I'lmentnl tn Manuel M do
I. K Kalama to l.ullicr K Kalama
Tal Wo Tong (firm) to Y M Woo.. CM
APPROVES POI BILL
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ldlug for Hie appointment of u enm
uiittie to probe the land policy or tlio
administration, passed on second lead
lug In face of, the report of tho Judi
ciary committee, declaring that (he
resolution us drawn Is radically de
fective und could not bo carried out.
House Hill No 191, relating to no
tice of foreclosure of mortgages under
power of sale, passed third reading
with u rail vote.
House Hill No Sf,J, relating to tho
payment of militiamen wl.llo on ijrtl
duty, reeelxed unanimous approval on
liouso Hill No 'J18. In regulalo tho
storage or evploslves, was deferred
Senate Hill No. 111. empowering tho
supervlsnis to Improve streets nnd
roads, was considered 111 committee of
the wbnlo und was pushed nn second
Dividends amounllng to $212,on()
wcio paid out lodny m stocka listed
on tho Honolulu Stock Kxchnngo.
Also the new
Short Vanip, High
Toe and Heel
for the Young Man who
likes to look well. All
leathers in Button and
Lace. The pair, $3.50,
$4.00 and $4.50.
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