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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, APR. 17,
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We beg to announce, the following new arrivals on llio Plerrn.
wlilch will be aliowii mi TUK8UAY, Airll 18:
LINGERIE - DRESSES A vry jirctty assortment, ncntly
trimmed nnil Very reasonable. ,
TAILORED SUITS In navy. black, erey nnJ navy strlie-all
of the Very latest New Yorlt styles.
HOU8E OR MORNING DRESSES An extensive tine nf
those niuch-cnllcil-for dresses In the very Intent cut, from
14. CO up.
LONG WHITE SERGE COATS.
8KIRTS An extcnnltcllnc of Panama Cloth Bklrts In nnvy.
black, tun nml (trey; wlilt unil strli'it sei-po; tilack nnil white
voile with Bilk drop.
All of the nhove have lieen mndo to our specli.l order. An In
spection of thliso Is well worth u visit tii'our store.
MAY DELINEATORBnre now on snle.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and BereUnla StreeU
Oppoilte Firs Station
PERSONS IN THENEWS
MRS. T. J. JONES, Columbut, Ohlol I linve never enjoyed a
visit so much an thls-ono to Hawaii. You really hive a I'nrndlse
here. I have but ono complaint these terrible mosquitoes made
life miserable when I first arrived. loiter I came across some
Harmony mosquito talcum at llenson. Hmlth & Co.'s Itexnll Store,
mid by Its liberal use I was nblo to keep the little pestn away and
enjoy the beautiful evenings outdoor?. It won the talcum that
mado me decide to come again next winter. v
THAN WE IIAVK SOLD FOR SOMK TIMI3 IS NOW ON Otllt
BLOCKS. WK HAVE TUB PACIMTIKS FOR SECUHINO ONLY
Titrc niiST Koit ouu customkus.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Propri.ton
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE' LEADING 8ALOONS
By faking Lydia E. Pinkhnm's
1 The following letter from Mrs.
Orvlllo Hock will provo how unwise
it Is for women to submit to the
dancers of a surgical operation when
it may be avoided by taking Lyilla
E. I'inklmm's Vegetable) Compound.
Hho wan t our weeks In tlio hospital
mid canto homo Buffering worse
Hero in lier own statement.
Paw lav. Mich. "Two vears niro
I suffered very severely with a dis
placement, i con iu
a long time. My
me for seven months
without mucti relief
and at last sent mo
to Ann Arbor for
an operation. I was
thorn four weeksrmd
calne home suffering
worsu man hero re.
My mother advised
inn to trv I.villa
E. Plnkham'i Vouctablu Compouiul,
and I did. Today 1 tun well and strong
end do nil my own housework. I owo
tny health to I.jnlla K. lMnkham's
Tegotnblu ComiKJinid mid advise my
friends who are nllllutt-d with any
female complaint to try It." Mrs.
Okvillk Hock, it. It. No.G, 1'awPuw,
If you are 111 do not drag along until
nn operation Is necessary, but at onco
take Lydla 10. I'inklTum's Vegetable-
J'or th.'rty years It lias own the stan.
dard remedy for women's Ills, and has
positively restored the health of thou
sands of women. Wliydon'tyoutryit?
'?'s'A " w
"fir ' ill I"
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
Never any annoying misplacing of baggage Intrutted (to our
care. You can depend absolutely on our service.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.,
King Street, next to Young Building
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palgn uud Unit tlio llovi-inor put this
flunk In us ids own proposition."
"I niovo thut wu pHHS tin- bill, nut
Withstanding the Governor's' veto," suld
lMi-e, and the motion wus seconded ull
over Ihu house. On the roll-cull thero
was not u dissenting voice, nor a "ka-
ualtiu" or "uncertuln." Every member
voted hi override the (lovernor's veto,
The Veto Meeiage.
The llovcrnoitk message Is as fol
"I return m-rcwitli, without my np
protul, llouso mil No. 8, entitled 'An
Act to Provide for the Construction of
"This bill requires tlio Territory to
puy $400,001) to- the counties for the
construction of belt rnuds. The prlucl
pal objection to It Is lack of funds.
"1 enclose, herewith n revised stnto
ment of estimated rtcelpts and expen
ditures for tlio present half year and
the next bleunliil period. It shuws ro
celpts of Jl,GI7.2k) for the present halt
year, and SG.tr,r,.7:l for the next period,
from lilcli must be deducted, ns ro
nulrol by law, transfers to special
funds and payments to counties or
$911,4:0. and $l,8i,6r.n respectively for
the two icroil. Icavljiu available re
ceipts for(ceueriil Territorial exiienses
of $005,SC0 'unit 1,C1C,1C8 respectively,
to the former of which there must bo
added the.net rush balance on hand
DcCiliibct-41, 1910, of J703.C9T.72. mid
from which thero must bo deducted tho
balance of old impropriations amount
ing to SQ5,3J!f..94, less tho portion
thereof that will remain unexpended
on Juno 30, 1011, estlnuitcd at $57.
110.07, leaving $IO,C82.45 for the pres
ent half year, anil 51,MG,1C8 ror tlio
nest period, or 11 total nf $Z,CGG.R50.4S,
nvullabte for new appropriations for
general Territorial expenses to tho end
of tlin next period.
Heavy Drains Coming.
"Deduct true from this tho new appro
prlullons already mado nt the present
session, uinountlng to $371,001.28; tlio
proposed appropriations, umounttnir to
J2.042.C61, In the Kcncrnl appropriation
bill As passed by the Henate, less the
cost. J 130,800. of collecting taxes, pay
able nut of special funds, and the In
terest nnd sinking fund, amounting to
$08,130. required by tho public I in
prnvement appropriation bill, ns pnssedi
by tlio lennte. In respect of Territo
rial Improvement alone, other than
water and sewer works, and assum
I11K Hint the bonds will bo thlrty-yenr
bonds nd will benr only four per cent.
Interest nnd that only halt of them will
be Issued tho first year a thtal of $2,
377.459.00 thero remains only $179.-
301.30 for nil further appropriations at
the present session and nil approprln
tlons of tho next session ror tne' soma
biennial period, such as thoso for tho
expenses of the I.eBlslnturo of 1003 nnd
other purposes, nnd also for the main
tenance of the government from July
1, 1013, until tho taxes nre paid In tho
"It s obvious that thero will be no
nvnllublo funds out of Territorial gen
eral revenues for county belt roads.
The bill, of coarse, wns Intended to
giving tho preference to those, such as
that for public schools, wlilch have the
better claim on the revenues. In tho
third place, finding It Impossible to
carry out ihls'pleclge literally that Is,
out of general revenues tho Legisla
ture may more than, fuinil It In spirit
by providing inoro amply, as apparent
ly It plans to do, for the same object
nut of loan funds. Additional sources
of revenue nlso are-being given to tho
counties, which Avlth the natural In
crease In their present revenues should
result' In n net Increase of at lenst
$f00,000 for tho next period.
Luxuries Before Ntcetiarlee.
"It should hn borne In mind also Hint
tho counties found It possible last year
fo xpcnd nut of their present revenues
$"2t,3!i0.CC for roads nlone, or nt the
rate of nearly one nnd n hnlf million
dollars In n' biennial period. To add to
that nt tho expense, of the public
schools, the public health, nndllko sfr.
vices would be to place luxnrrrs before
necessaries to be generous before be
"It should bo borne In mind also that
tho government 'must he supported
from ono tax-paying period to the next
nnd Hint the surplus consists nt most
of tho net ensh balance Immediately
before nnd not Immediately after the
taxes come. In. For Instance, the net
ensh balance nt the beginning of Hie
present half year .was $753,097 72, but
It Is only $413,190.78 now, with yet a
month before the next general property
taxes hnvo to lie paid, and with many
of tho March bills not yet paid, nml
that, too. though all specific property
nnd personnl taxes hnvo to be paid
before the end of Mnrcli. This consld
ctntion Is of special Importanco with
reference to the next half your, when
there lire no specific nnd personnl taxes
to tldrover tho comparatively barren
months from July to October, and
when thero will bo special need of
funds, In view of tho proposed new tax
pystem, for carrying the comities nii('
reboots until tho Intrensi) In taxes tnli54
place next year.
Expenditures to Suffer.
'If the bill In question should be
1111110 law. the executive would nil
:nl(Jnbly bo obliged to ronflec exp.n
dilutes to tho most pressing needs nil 1
to curtail oven those, nnd leave unex
pended npproprlntlons for some Im
"Tho bill makes mandatory the pay
ment nf tho $400,000 In two equal In
stnlments Just after the next two main
collections nt taxes Hint Is, on the
first days nf June? nnd December next
when tho necessary funds will be
sure to bo In the treasury This makes
It n first charge upon the revenues
of tho Territory. If there wero to be
ample funds, ins It xian believed there
would bd, such n gift out of Territorial
revenues, to the counties might be re
gnrded ns nn net of magnanimity on
tlio part of the representatives of the
Territory, but, tinder the circumstances
ns now disclosed, shell a gift could not
be regarded otherwise than ns n raid
upon tho Territorial treasury by rep
resentatives of tho co'untlos, regardlesi
of consequences, nnd would tend to
Impair the credit of Hie Territory and
rolled noon the capacity of Its people
rind their representatives Tor efficient
nnd lionest iroverntnent.
"In view of the splendid record ot
this I,vKlslnture, I feel confident Hint
It Is unnecessary to do more than rail
attention to the facts In order to se
euro a Just result."
TO COME HERE
Work on tlio dredging Jn fronfof
Fort Armstrong und the nnvnl slips,
the contract for which was awarded
to Standard American Dredging Com
pany, will Like about thirty days and
the construction ot tho pipe Ilhefe
and levees will commenco today or
When the preliminary arrange
ments nro made so thin tba silt con
be pumped into the. area to bo tilled,
the big dredge Turbine will be
brought from l'earl Harbor to do the
Captain Johnston of the cotnnuny
stutcd this morning that It would take
Bomo time to got everything! readi
ness for the dredging operations but
that when these were completed the
largest dredge In tho world would bu
brought up from l'earl Harbor to do
The mud and silt will. be pumped
from the bottom of tho harbor and
forced through largo pipes to the area
to bo tilled. There tho heat of tho
sun will evnporutu the water in the
mixture und in u few months it will
become 11 solid lining.
'Captain Johnston said that hn did
not know Just how soon tlio dredging
operations would start, but It would
be some time berore the levees und
pipes were In place.
I'utlent Joseph Allen, Manufacturer,
ColllngMWOod, New Jersey,
Ouse Diabetes Mcllltus.
Diagnosis by fcfcir physicians, Suld
the patient could not recover.
Condition extreme, weight reduced
from 210 to 1M lbs. Could hardly
Hilnk, sleep or tal(. Could not attend
to business. Tint physicians were giv
ing opium to keep paticit comfortuble
until tlm end ennui.
Tho recovery of 0 wealthy lady In
Philadelphia who was nlso In tho last
stages of the dlseaso caused the treat
ment to bo changed.
A Una recovery resulted. This waa
carry out a ports pledge, but, In the all live, years ago. As showing the
first place, that pledca was made with
reference-to nn expected surplus whlchUen Is still well and attending to his
It now appears does not exist. Consc
qucntly. the pledge has become Impos.
slide nf fulfillment. To nttempt n ful
fillment by taking from funds required
for tlio maintenance of H10 government
would be to commit n grenter wrong In
order to nvnld seeming to commit a
lesser one. In tho 'socon.il place, the
plstfonn' contained n number of pledges
rnlllug for funds, nnd since It has
proved to bo Impossible to fulfill nil
nf these, owing to lack of funds, tho
permanence of the results obtained Ab
utnmifncturlng business nt this writ
The agent employed In both cases
wns Pulton's Diabetic Compound,
Diabetes Is now u curable dlseaso In
Vcoplu or middle ago und over who
linvo reeiitieratlvo power.
The Compound can be had In your
city nt the Honolulu Drug Co.
W will mall literature from this of
fico nnd desire to advlso with every
case not yielding. Start letters with
I,egilatnro has done the best Hint it the age John J Pillion Co., CIJ Ibit-
cnuld do under the circumstances by tery 8t . Ball l'ranclscn.
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a JlltUP 1 111 w& m toiwSbtc!
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itn. L,-iMi.ViEsV r . 11 lid' mill tmMwm,.'wr''v mill uttisr
t5ryrv, KToK rJTflPte. jfc,
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ii y 1 'raw MMvaaBsJ-v
111 (2iV V AraUftS
HF" V-S-l n,i.7. uU X
vil WS of
THIS is our
in pleasing the
cloth ft s that
Jr have character
is due to our
L unlimited as
sortment of ex
Styles and Fab
rics. We only
ask you to
come in and
then make com
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TtnckG von rro
BonXunln Othcs from $20.00 to
$1600 Overland Automobile
BUILDING LOT IN KAIMUKI
By the Kaimuki Land Co,
From tho Bergstrdin Music Co,
TWO TRIPS TO THE VOL
CANO. Steamship, Auto and Hotel
DINING ROOM SUITE OF
From J, Hopp & Co,
SOLID GOLD WATCH
From H. F, Wichman & Co,
TWO WEEKS AT K.UKUI TREE
Two weeks during the Sum
mer at 1 ,000 feet abovo
$50.00 MERCHANDISE ORD
ER ON THE CLARION.
..A. .FULL SET OF DINNER
Froni E. 0, KoU & Son,
25 POUNDS OF CHOCOLATES
, From the Sweet Shop,
These.. prizes now offered "by the HONOLULU
AJtfEMENT COMPANY to winners in the
Popularity Contest. The Big Contest.
Heaeduarters: Hotel Street, next to Empire,
"THE CONTEST THAT IS WORTH WHILE"
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