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RVENINO nUIXKTIN, HONOLULU. T. It.. MONDAY. A Pllll. IS. lOOr.
the ARAB PATROL to inspect our new
stock of Hanan Shoes.
Remember that by your appearance
to will you an Impression make.
Los Angeles Is a fashionable city
and Its people are dress critics.
Vour shoes are the base of your at
tire. Wo have Hanan's newest and most
Inspect these, buy a pair and realize
the contentment and self-satisfied feel
ing that every wearer of this celebrat
ed shoe enjoys.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
MARBLE AND QBANITE
just received. Many new designs' to
be seen at
J. G. Axtell & Co.,
1048 AND SO ALAKEA ST.
Phone Blue 1801. P. 0. Box 642.
HONOLULU, T. H.
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Famous Extracts, Face Powders
And Manicure Accessories
CHENEY'S LI8TERATD TOOTH POWDER, FINEST MADE.
Makes Teeth Ivory White, Kills Decay Germs.
LEWIS & CO., LTD,,
SOLE AOENTS FOR HAWAII
1G0 KINO STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 240.
Turkish Bath and
At Hotel Baths
A Roast of Mutton
You may have your choice of mutton as long as
the supply lasts. The Ventura brought us the best
lot of New Zealand mutton we have had in a long
Metropolitan Meat Co.
That's the number to ring up, if you
want soda water that is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA MINT,
PEACH MELLOW and GINGER ALE
the purest goods manufactured in
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. S. LEITHEAD MANAGER
rttIS 7 VrP&tm&WuJm
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TQ YOUNG BLDG., 176-190 KINO STREET.
States In Interview That
Money Is In
The Ix)9 Angela Times of April 1
contains the following Interesting art
icle on the results of the Ohio oxcur
flon ns viewed liy Prank Wiggins:
l'rnnk Wlgcltis, secretary of the Los
Angeles Chamber of Commerce, stood
on the bridge of the steamship Ohio In
Snn Pedro Hnrbur, jestcrday after
noon, and ns he watched the Honolulu
excursionists disembark, said:
"The trip was a biicccss. It was real
ly a remarkable undertaking to handle
such a largo company, make such an
extensive Itinerary, and gel all hands
safely back to the port of departure
without n slnglo accident to mar tho
affair, and without a single case of
"There was some dissatisfaction, and
t must admit that I never before had
so much trouble In my life In trying to
do nry very best for the members of
tho party. Hut I believe fully eighty
per cent, of t?io excursionists will agree
with mo that taken all In all tho trip
was a good one, and ono which will bo
of great benefit to Los Angeles nnd
"I believe It'ls tho beginning of an
Important line of commercial steamers
between San Pedro nnd Honolulu. We
have the money In sight now, practic
ally, and this very week we shall take
up the matter and strlko while the Iron
'Honolulu peoplo want to do busi
ness with usj wo want their luminous.
There mutual wants will work out a
new factor in tho commerce of this
Const that will be of far-reaching ben
efit to Southern California.
"I expect very soon to sec a regular
steamer lino In operation between Pan
Pedro and the Hawaiian Islands."
ASYLUM BILL IS
The HcRlth Committee of the Sen
ate has put an effective kibosh oil
House mil 131, providing for n nieil
Ican Insane Asylum Ilojrd, by the fol
lowing report, on which tho bill has
That upon Investigation we find tho
Insane. Asylum to be under the super
vision of a Committee of tho HourJ of
Health, on which committee are two
physicians. This Committee Is In a
majority of tho Hoard of Health mid
has full powers for tho lobulation of
the affairs of tho Asylum and treat
ment of the Inmates.
To add another Hoard ns rr.nlnmp'iit
ed by House Hill No. 131 rttull, bring
nbout n conflict of mutually nt'd nu
unwieldy administration of treatment
that could only be detrimental to the
welfare of the patients and usefulness
of the Insane Asylum.
At such a time ri tho resources ol
Ihe Territory will permit provision for
a consulting physlrjnn would bo wel
come though other Items are nioro
essential at present.
We are Informed tho rioanl knows
of no Instance of Injustice being done
In tho commitment of pcivous to the
Tho situation In tho Territory dif
fer.! from Hint or the mainland.
In the country plijnlclans live at
such itlct'incc3 It would bo Impossible
to comeno n Iuiims commission before,
It would be posslblo to ilrnrt n law
nl a future session to establish a Inn
ny commission to'slrln Honolulu and
review the commitment of district
magistrates before ilnal commitment
to tho Insane Aslum, In order to
bring tliU about a place, other than a
police station, must bo provided for de
tention nnd observation before n final
declaration of Insanity can be entered
end Dual roni'mltnient made.
The Board of Health has urged tho
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
HONOLULU, April 15, 1907
KAMlf OP STOCff
C Brewer CoHWM.
Kw Plantation Cn ...
Haw ("nm fc Sue Co
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Ifonomu Sugar Co
Haiku ctumir Cn .....
k'ahuku Hantfttlnn Co
kliuhulu Snsar Co
Kolou Sugar Co
McHryde Sugar Co
Oarm Sugar Co ,
Ookola Sugar II ant Col
uiaa "sugar 1.0 uu i
ujowaiu t,Oo . .,
faahau Sugar Plint Co
i 'acme sugar ami
rala I'lant at loti Co
PctwVen ugar Co .
Plnncrr Mill to
Waiatna Agrlc Co
Writuku Sugat Co ,
Waimra Sugar Mill Co
Inter-ktjunl St ram N Col
Hon RTM. Co Prcl
Mutual Trleili(ie Co
Paid Up .,
HiloRKCo.. . .
Hon It Ae MCo-
naw irr a pc.ti
Haw Ten!,' PC... ,
HawTrr 4H pc
Haw (Jovl t tic
Cat Bett Sug tic Re I Col
O IC, . ,4..
It lieu SuFirfn ft tie
1 1 k w Com ft Sitg Co j pc
flaw THjjiir .n o ltd.
ItlloK KCo Cm 6 it c
Hon R T ft I. Cn6pf
Kammu i'miii totpc
Oahu Kfc I.Coopc'
Oiltu Sugar Co 6 p c
Olaa Sugar Cn 6p c,
Pais Plantatlnn Co
Pioneer Mill Co 6 tic
Wamlua AgrfcCn tpci
Pat t V
I ,. Joo
) ,000,0 an
T f 0,000
Sales lift. Hoards: 67 1 I 8 N Co,
1130; S I I 8 N Co, 1130; G Waialua,
S78.25. Session: S Klhel, IS; 65 Klhel,
JS.i: 1-2; G Oahu Sug, $24.50; 5 Mc
Latest sugar quotation, 3.735 cents,
or $74.70 per ton.
Henry Watertiouse Trust ty,
Stock and Bond Department
Msmbera Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager,
FORT AND MERCHANT ST6.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
rstahllshment of nn Infirmary In con
nection, with the Insane Asylum as tho
'Host Hcnsllilc, economical and proper
Inpiifia nf unltillnn nf tills rltli.ni .it
(ommltmcnl and other problems Hut
aucci me iioaru.
Your Coinmltteo hidleves nnwrhnnrti
III the management of the Insane' Asy
lum, ii necessary, snoiiui uo rompre
heiiHlvu and appropriate' to readjusted
hhVHfcit I'ondltlnllH. nnd thprpfnrn rrr
ommends that the bill be tabled.
"Married yesterday, Jessie. Griggs.!'
Thla Ih the text of a cablegram from
3haiighal receUed by 11. V. fihlngle.
It Is Intcnireted In menn llinl Mluu
Jesslo I'onuan nnd II. Qrlggs Holt
iioin wen Known Here, wero married
nn Krlday lasL (Irlggs Holt lias been
In Shanghai In, tho scrvico of tho I'a
clfle Mall Company for nearly two
VOIirH. MIUU Iirt1int1 Ivml In Ukon-hnl
lor'ii trio after a very pleasant vlsll
in iionoiuiu, wncro sue made many
Talllios, livery, autos. stkyds. Btblx.
Uw prices at the New England Ilak
New coats from IC.50 up, at Whit
uey & Marsh's.
Deputy Sheriff of Waialua Oscar
Cox !b In town today,
JmU In flue assortment National
IJIscult Co.'s crackers. Day & Co.
Man desires position in country store
or ns carpenter. See classified ad.
Sec P. E. King Jor cottages two
blocks from Hawaiian Hotel at 21
with gar. stove.
Chamujonshlji bowling match on to
night at Hotel Ilaths. Olohu vs. Wcla
Ka Nlol, Admission 10c,
The action of Harry Kauhane ct at
b. William liia and Su Chin I loo, a
bill for accounting, was discontinued
Judge Koblnson this morning ap
pointed Patrick II. Uurncttc adminis
trator of the estate of John J. Dower,
fixing bond In the sum of $2000.
Judge Iloblnson today admitted to
probate the will of Mary Ann Gray,
nppolnllng James U McLean to ad
minister the estate without bonds.
After tho meeting of the Pythian Sis
ters tonight a progressive whlsl party
will be given at which the members
are expected to be present and to bring
The Hoard of Health will hold a
meeting this afternoon at which bucIi
Interesting subjects as J, Lor Wallach
and Christian Science will bo discuss
nl. In the matter of the application of
F.nill Klcmme for registration of title,
the respondents, Helen Itowl.itul and
Jnmrs Prosser, have withdrawn their
appeals, u compromise having been ef
fected. All members of the Y. M. C. A. Cam
era Club should attend the club meet
ing at the Association Hulldlng Tues
day night at 7:30, A paper on "Pho
tographic Societies," by U W. Hart
of Kauai, will be read and discussed.
In the matter of James I). Mclner
ny vs Kauhola ct ar., a bill for fore
closure of mortgage and for partition,
the defendants Nahauliilll and Antone
Telxelra have filed their answer, pray
ing that a partition of the premises In
question be made, giving to tho first
named defendant one-half of them.
Owing to the fact that tho Tenth in
fantry luiM been given orders to pre
pare for duty In Alaska, .Major Van
Vllct's battalion will not move to Ka
haiilkl. The new post will be first oc
cupied by the battalion of, the Twen
tieth Infantry, which has been ordered
here from MoiTtercy.
In order that the Immigrants coming
on the Hcllopolls may bo properly tak
en care of on Quarantine Island, Wnl
tcr Dillingham, who has chargo of the
arrangements for the reception of tho
new comers, has ordered that the
sleeping apartments be remodeled. Tho
work will be done by contractor W. T.
Supervisor Ke.ilolia said this morn
ing that he found a brand new b!cc!e
on Vlnejard btrcet last Saturday night
near his house, and is now awaiting IU
owner. Kealoha could not, however,
Identify the name of the wheel or Its
number. Anyono who thinks It be
longs to him will please renort at the
i county clerk's odlcc.
rrcdcrlck O'llrlen of tho Manila
Cablenewir, who arrived by the trans
port Sherman, Is remaining over until
tho next boat to tho Orient to fullllt
a commission given him by James Gor
don Dennett for tho New York Herald.
Mr. O'llrlen has been delegated by Mr.
Dennett to get the rlj,ht of tho Japan
ceo bltuatiun bo far as America Is con
cerned In the Pacific. O'llrlen met
Dennett while on his recent motor trip
through Kuropu nnd wns designated
by him as "Special Commissioner to
the Orient for tho New York Herald.
O'llrlen expects to leavo by the steam
er leaving for Yokohama tomorrow or
The hchooner Itobert lowers was al
ready to sail for the Coast this after
noon when orders wero given that shi
should en in IMIn nnil Inlm l,,n rn.
that port for San Francisco. She may
icavo tor lino mm afternoon.
SOLD ALSO IN BOTTLES
: A Choice Roast . :
- Pleases every one. We can please you by furnishing you 4
that kind at 16o per lb, 4
THE OORE ,
Beretania, Alakea and Union.
BILL TO HELP
Scuato Hill 39, which provides that
loprosy, consumption and other dis
eases may bo treated by others than
phynlclans upon tho securing of a per
mit from tho Hoard of Health, was
considerably derated in tho Scnats
last Saturday afternoon. It finally
passed second "reading with omo
Mnkukau Introduced a bill to ropcal
the net, which whh passed this session,
proldlng for tho payment of witness
Ices in criminal cases, ns It has been
found that IIiIh net mudo a far greater
dral'i on tho Treasury, and on tho
moncjH duo tho Counties, than had
Tho, Miscellaneous Coinmltteo re
ported favorably on Houso Dill 84, pro
viding for tho turning' oor lo thu
Couiitluti of tho flnoK and enstti collect
ed In tho District Courts.
Tho samo committee rcortcd on tho
bill which provides that Government
employees who do not pay their taxes
thnll lies discharged, recommending
that It bo tabled. ThlH waB dono.
Suiinrintuiidont Holloway reported
as follows In answer to Chllllngworlh'H
Inquiry rulathu to thu oil storagu
"Oils nro stored 'by tho Govomnieiit
In Honolulu and llllo. A warcliouso
nt Kukaako Is used for tho purpose. It
Is on laud owned by tho Illshop estate.
The Government was formerly it les
bco but is now a tenant nt v HI, Tho
tanks at Iwllel wero orected by tho
Union Oil Co. and tho Pacific TraiiH
rortatlon Co. under permission from
James II. Ilojd and wcio madu Goorn
mem warehouses by him In 1902. Tho
Government receives a feo for testing
oils In tho tanks."
Eat Your Meals at
Quick Service, the Best in the Market
and ail at Reasonable Prices.
116 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 311
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We Just Got 'Em
New Lot SPRING SUITINGS just arrived.
Wc make 'em to your measure at rcady-to-wcar prices.
$20 to $30
Geo A. Martin, Hotel St.
A RAINIER TOAST
f-'rom Ralifler's Icy mountain.
By Puoet's placid Sound,
there flows a bubbling fountain
That's known the world around.
Then fill a goblet mellow,
Of foamy Rainier Beer,
And drink to each good fellow)
Good fellows far and near!
C A. Nelson, Agt. Phone White J 331
ttzJ--J-&iRirJ?irJ:zzJ rJmrJ rn-rJit: r-r' rsrJ-rJ-rJ rsw.-v-
jf," A INevv Line of
l; Embroidery and Yoke Lace
ft oice ana Daac Lomos if
Also, Ready-Made Muslin Shirt Waists
I WAH YING CHONG CO,,
,' KINO 8T EWA SIDE MARKET. )
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
Xnd the depot FOR BOSS OP
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
ONE OF MANY OF M'GALL'S PATTERNS
It mal.es n air! feel nu fully sail nl
times not to have anything to nial.o
her feel tucl,
I MA i IhhwV)
i w I WMw
f III $ w. & J
At Ei W, Jordan & Co,, Limited
Miii&rki'Mmii- nliiiiif Vnliti