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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY. APR. 2G, 1011.
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We Are Showing
"IMPORTED SCOTCH GINGHAMS" -Now iIckIuiih In l'lalds
ihhI Hlrlpos; line piullty nnd wnriuiitcil riipt colors 30e per yard.
NOVELTIES IN DATISTC Tor glimmer wear; till choice
mid pretty patterns. Six yards for $1.
HANDSOME DRESS PATTERNS -In Miinili," "Mossallne,"
mill siift "Ucngillno'' Hllks.
Ontv one iMttvin of cacti In DRESDEN and PERSIAN NOV
Specials for Saturday Shopping
BLACK SILK GLOVES -Hlxtocii-lnillon, nil sl.cs, double lln
gor lips. Itcgular, Jl 2.1; special, 85c per pair.
WHITE SWISS URTAIN MUSLIN SCe, 35u mill tOv iiu.tll
tits. Yunr cliolco for 25c per yard.
COLORED DATIRTE in n wide- iirlrly of patterns. HcKiil.ir
15e iiuiillly, spicl.il, 12 yards for $1,
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
Opposite Fire Station
IRE POND DAIRY
COll'CTI.I) ON Till: .MOST All Nfl3I) SANITARY
I.INIJH IN A lIIULrili MITt ATION 1,I1I1Y I'UW TUSTKU
and ci:utu'ii:i) as niai:Asi; rami
Flower and Foliage Sale
Entire Line 25 CGiltS A Bunch
Assortment unequalled in Honolulu
Hat Shapes &&& 50c
Sale will last but Three Days
THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
thirl members of tlio House. The do
elslvo nli- should lie reached this aft
ernoon i AfiniiFir inluoiltv ri'pnrt Is as fol
lunH Tin- minority report says
"Theio nii lniidmiicnt.il reasons
vvhl'li Jutlfy the Immediate suppres
sion "f tln n solution In iUejtliiii It
Is n lelnus fabric of legislation nhn
Ing to deprive the citizen of Hawaii
of rlulu organic right, tn wit:
"Tlio rwlit to petition for the opening
of tigi Iciiltural lands for farming pur
poses: "Tlin right tn ucipilro In fee simple
nny portion of tlio de eloped public do
' loiln, Irrespective of tlio groat urgency
to t rente In the community nn Inde
i "Such a law would clothe the com
mission with authority In lenso por
tions of the doinnln of Indeterminate
area, mid would vest nrhltrnry power
In the cummlsslnn, which, undoubted
h would ennslt of men e-loso to the
Intel cctH of corporation ntid luliulcnl
to the lutrrctx of the people
"The limited area of lind for settlors
would tie no lotiRcr aallahle, thtmuuk
.lug It iiltnot Impinitlcahle for nny
poison to Kettle here.
I ' 1 he policy that Mich n scheme would
I mliiMMi would lie compatlhle onlv with
i feudalism, Innsmuch nn no llinltntlou
an to area of laud to he leased to nny
pci con or corporation Is llxed.
"Tile whole object of the measure Is
, to eiinhlc corpornto Interest to deprive
i the energetic citizen from ncitulrlng
land and water whereon lie may cs
. tnbllxli a home for himself and his
family, and from which ho may bo nblo
to provide for himself and his family
the common necessaries of Ufo and tho
nivalis when by cither he or they or
nny of them may uuiulre a sultnhlo
'"J he -policy on the mainland Is to
i;lve tho States something they do not
potss. while tho policy which this
resolution seeks to establish Is the con-
'If the resolution seeks to obtain
from Congress mi endowment from a
'I'Vdiral source, no objection could bo
i presc nled. The present rcvi nues of
' our lauds nre nt tlio disposal of tho
I I.CRblntuio, and nothing lirevents the
, Legislature front designating portions
( thereof lor speclllc purposes.
I Atmthir Inequitable feature, ctn
i tiodbd In the hilt ts tho provision ro
latb g to the apportionment of funds
I "Tho basis m 'Wed. If enacted Into
i law. would lie unalterable by tlio Legis
lature, even though the exigencies of
the rcipeellve departments should re
unite a readjustment of such nppor
"This lesolutlon tfouhl seek to divest
the people of possessed rights, mill
placing dlscn tlonary and nrh'trnrj
poH.r In respect to the administration
of the public domain In tho liauds of
i Minimis bm of three men who. un
douhtt dly, would be of the class usual
ly iiuapp. otu taiblo by the common citi
zen. , "Again assorting that the resolution
seeks to establish lcloux legislation
and alios to deprive tho peoplo of con
stitutional rights, and Is In Itself to
tally at variance with nil American
Ideals of Justlco and eipilty, and Inim
ical to the best Interests of the people
of Hawaii, your minority recommends
that the resolution ho tabled"
e I k
It halnl no troublo t' n't alonn with
a wife If you leave your opinions an',
your pipe on 111' verandy. Some fellers
wear a suit o' clothes so long titer in'
style two er three times without
in"-- .j-yf .
There is just this much about it :
Dandruff is a germ disease, is
to baldness. When chronic, it
is very stubborn, but surely
yields to thorough and energetic
treatment. All germs must be
destroyed, the scalp must be
restored to health. I ':re is the
remedy: Aycr's ILir Vigor.
Ask your doctor nbr ;it using it.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOH THE HAIR
fifri'Mt t P. J 0.'-ac '-..I'.R.A.
STILL AT STAKE
(Continued from Pace 1)
n-.cn' 111 piomotlng hoinoKte.idlng In Ha
waii, bv piping water to imhii'oitcd
l.indh to lie opened for entry mid oth
erwise aiding settlers.
A new division Is proposed ns fol
lows, fill per cent to public schools, -Ml
per ci nt to pioinote homcsteiidlug. and
10 pir cent, to the College of Hawaii
'I he iuuJoitt 1 1 port declares that as
the Tenltory Is bonding Itself hem My,
it Is u wise 'pulley to withdraw these
public Hilda from hoinesto.iillng, so
that they ma scneus security for tlm
bonds as welt lis revenue producers for
the purposes outlined. The report fur-
Chinese proprietor of a
t'lider the present law wu Mew with
uhini the danger of the poisliillt of
the In ling Immigrants, with their
nppoitiinlty to acquire tho fee ofthesui
nlunhlc lauds mid waters through i
pieiirenco rights nt a nominal price, I
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...... i-,.-.u...., ...-.,,.... ii.. . --"', nQl ir,irtre store
,,,.., , , , . i plaint . ith t lit imllr,' ovur tlio tlieft
ests will bes be subMrvcd bv such a" eH , cl).
tinnsfer to the Hnanclal loss of the ,,,.,,,,,, ,, ,,, fw -hours
Territory, thus defca ng the true '!'-; chl,f ,,r ,,,, MeDulHo bad one
jc-t or homesteadlng I ,.,,.,,,. n,,,,,,,,,,,,, nll American negro,
The ni.ijorllv reiort Is eiy lengthy n,,. nHi
and Is throughout a strong arguinenti rjoiilmiui ilimlly iwlniltleil IiiiIiik via
In ravor of the I'alrchlld n-iiliitl.in. I tt il the store and, wutdilng his chance,
The fute of the resolution tills nfter spirited nuiiv u number of kitchen
uiioii Is a mutter of guesswork The ut uils of little alue
Mrnngest ilfoits nre being rtiado to The police allege tlmt Ruldnson Is
bent It liv a lobliy composed of iland nn oft-thuo orfender. Ho has been bc
plautatlon and liuluess interests, while for- the mints on several charges,
othu plantation und business men linve Judge l.yuier gave tlio man nine
declared strnuglv In finer of It I month-.' Imprlsoiunent when called
tippoin nts of tli measure this morn- upon to pass sentence tills morning.
Ing llgurcd that they had at least
twelve and possibly fourteen of tho Weekly It u 1 1 e 1 1 n f I par TM r.
Kstnhllshnicut of the rrtlted Stutes
University In the national capital Is
pi milled for ill a bill Introduced by
Senator Itor.lh It is Intended to give
general training for the public survlce
mid mi huuoriirv 'tleorge Wushlngtoti
degri e '
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THIS is our
in uleasiner the
iwi: young men
' wno appreciate
qg$r clothes that
r nave character
is due to our
7 sortment ot ex
Z elusive Sorini?
Styles and Fab
rics. We only
ask you to
come in and
then make com
Benjamin o. fatS
OLAA LOTS WILL BE
OPENED UP SOON
(Fpicl.it Hull' tin CcrresKindenci ) '
HII.O, Apr 23. Thonuis Cook, tho
.urvevor, Is engaged In making a sur
vey of land nt S'J .Miles, Ola, which
Is to he split up for summer lots us
Mion as the surve lias been completed,
wlih h will lie in about u mouth from
now The lots will bo located on tliu
Hlln side of the Volcano road, nt about
tlio point while the Slilpiniiu residence
Is, mid they will bo soino illstnuco In
the back or the main road- about 1500
feet or so No less thnn one hundred
I and twenty-live of these lots will bo
siirveji'd olf and made ready for sale.
i Each will hnve an area of about three
mid a half acres In view of the pop
ularity of such lots for summer homos,
then should be no great eliltlciilty In
disposing of them, mid it Is to hn
liopi-d ili.it tin government will employ
the money derived fiom the snlo there
of for the milking of roads which will
make tlio b'ls aceisslble.
1 43 Cases of
New Spring Styles in Shoes
HAVE JUST ARRIVED
These are what we have heen waiting for They should have hecn here
two months ago, hut owing to lahor strikes in New York these shipments
have heen delayed.
' We will not attempt to illustrate at this time any of the many styles re
ceived. We will he pleased to have you call at the store and look them
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1 4P vCc vi TS
In Bottles and on Draught at every
Bar and Cafe in. Honolulu
It's the best BOCK BEER ever offered in Honolulu.
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