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EVENING D0LLET1N, HONOLTJMT, T. !!., TUESDAY, MAIICI1 23, 1
Jnpniicso mnlo miit fcmiilo liclp sup-
lillcil proiniitty for any work. 112S
Union St ; l'liono r7'J. 4239-lm
Dr. Schumann. Hour 8-9 n. m.;
4-G p. m. 224 Emma Square.
17. T X j'"
House for Rent
An opportunity of securing a large
six-bedroom house thoroughly mod
em and in good condition. Fine lo
cation and view.
Wc nsk only $30.00 per month.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
NO. 924 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO,, Ltd.,
AOENTS FOR THE
12GG Fort St.
Mr. and Mrs
INQ, and other
444 KING ST.,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAliU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
SEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips &JCo.
Wholesale Importers and Jobberi
AMERICAN CRY GOOD3.
FORT and Cl'I EM STS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
P AND OTHKlt PIANOS.
AND OTHKlt PIANOS.
THAYEI1 PIANO CO.
U8 HOTEL STHKBl'.
Woven Wire Mattress repaired at
the Tactorj Honolulu Wire Bad
Co., 1260 A'.ajjal St. Telephone
,Yee Sing Kee-PIumber and Tinsmith.
t Smith St., hot. Hotel and Pauahl.
LAWN, IRISH FABRIC, AND
Poplin sells for SOc a lb.;
Envelopes. 125 in a 75c box.
Oat & Mossman,
7G Merchant St., near P. O.
For Wnlanae, Walalua, Kahiiku and
Way Stations 9: 15 a, m., '3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. a., '9:15 a, m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m.. 320 p. m.,
5:15 p. m., 19:30 p. m , tll:00 p. in.
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua nnl Walauae 8:3C a. m.,
..5:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City J7:40 a. m., 8:36
a. m., '10:38 a. m, '1:40 p. m 4:31
p m , '5:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. m. and 5:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Similar Only
The ilnlelwn Limited, a two hour
train (only (list class tickets hon
ored), lenves Honolulu every Sunday
at S:22 n m.; returning, arrives Hi
Honolulu at 10:10 p m. The Limited
stoi'3 only at Peirl City and Walanae.
(1 P VtKMRON F. C. SMITH.
Vour machine will be ready for
you when we ny it will be. Wa
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
At a Discount
are jurt as easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. Wnen
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
S"APP SIGNS attract attention
Alwavs on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese,
Sam Wo Meat Co.
King Street Market. Tel
YOUNO TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all cropr, climatio and sail con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel, 430.
IN THE HOUSE
Settlement Is Proposed
For Widow Of
Twenty-Eighth Day Afternoon Ses
Tho House, In Committed of the
WI10I0, mailo somewhat better pioiirosa
Willi thu Approirlatlon Dili (linn It had I
ninilo In thu previous sittings, finishing
up tho Items relating to Jails, rui.iiliit;
through those under tho head of thu
Auditor's Department, nnd many of
those coining under tho bond of the
Frcasnrer's department, Including tlio
tax assessors, etc. Cohen In Ino chair
allowed no dallying, piitllng the vo
rloiis motions made before the windy
members who nlwa)s try tho patleiicu
of the House hud time to get r,n their
feet nnd delny matters. Cohin Is nil
expert In the use of the whip and keeps
things moving nil the time. No better
selection for chnlrinaii of the Commit
tco of tho Whole could have been
A resolution was lutioiluced lint
1400 bo Inserted In thu appropriation
bill for a pctuloti fui Mrs Milium Kea,
and when tho Hoiiso went Into Com
mlttco of tho Whole, n motion was
mndn that an Item to this effect ho In
setted In the 1)111 under tho bead of
Permanent Settlements. Mrs. Ken is
the widow of John Kea, who died re
ccntly after 25 )enr servlco In tho
Attorney General's department. The
motion to Insert the Hem was with
drawn for the tlmu being.
Itlce mocd to cut out reference to
Jailors In the item "Jailors and guards,
of Prisoners, Oahu, 439,810, and made
the Item $38,000 for gu.iids mid limns
this under tho policy of turning over
the Honolulu Jnll to the County-cut
ting out tho $10,000 Item for lunas. The
motion was carried. On motion of
Mice tho House then cut out tho Items
under tho same head for Hawaii, Maul
nnd Kauai, thu Jails being turned over
to the counties nnd no appropriation
being required. Tho item of 195,000
for expenses, maintenance of prison
era, was reduced to $40,000. making
tho total under this department $88,-
S00 Instead of tho oilglnal $184,080.
Dsher'e Salary Safe.
An nttempt was mado to hack n
chunk of $25 out of Auditor Fisher's
salary, but It failed, tho salary being
left at $275. Uut tho Deputy Auditor
was cut off tho pa) roll, tho Territory
thus saving his $200 11 month salary
Tho $400 Hem for clerks was changed
to "deputies and clerks, so .somebody
besides tho Auditor can sign warrant).
iiiiiu ut'ii ill' 11-iiii) wiiuin ill iiiiIKi;
! el".CX'CI"el Wn!; .C."i '"""Mho nudlenro laugh, tlro Is nothing
$3000 to S2J0O on motion of Makcknit.
The total for this department, wns thus
reduced from S24.COO to $18,000.
Makekau moted to cut Trensurcr
Campbell's salary from $275 to $230.
I'urtado moved to mnko It $200. Hut
on motion of Illco thu Item passed at
$275 as In tho bill. Tho Items of $225
for Registrar of Public Accounts and
that of $175 for bookkeeper. Deputy
Insurance Commlssoncr passed Shin
gle moved to cut from $9180 to $5000
tho Item for clerks, stenographers and
assistants, but the motion wns tublcd
anil the item passed as In the hill,
Action on tho items under tho head
of expenses was deferred.
Tho Horn of Interest, Commissions,
Expenses, Public Debt, $332,300 passed
ns in tho hill.
Mnkokiiu moved fi cut tho salary of
tho Tux Assessor for Oahu from $225
to $200, but tho Item passed nt $225.
Tho $19,200 itom for deputies and
clerks nnd the $C0OO item for expenses
passed, making a total or $00,000. All
the Itonis under tho head of Maul, nnd
of Kntuil and N'llhatt got by without
Registrar Will Get His.
Tho salary of tho Registrar of Con
eynnccs slid by at $200; deputy reg
istrar, S125; expert luduxer, $100; two
clerks at $00; five clcrkH at $75; two
clerks. $50; expenses $3300 a total
Tho Committee rose nnd reported
Thu following Scnato Hills cre
transmitted from the upper chamber
nnd passed first readng by title.
S. II, 07, Qulnn, milking n closed sen
ton for deer.
S. II. 28, Mooro, authorizing circuit
Judges nt chambers to hear nppculi.
irpm the decisions of thu Liquor I.lq
S. 1). 80, ralrchlld. to regulate the
expenditure of public money.
II. U. 150,"Affonso, rcluting to dep
uty sheriffs Judlclnry Committee.
II 11, 155, Alfonso, relating to deputy
sheriffs Judiciary Committee.
II. II. 152, Affonso, to protect pur
chasers of real estate from fraiiluloiit
tiansfers Judiciary Committee.
II. II. 151, Shingle, prcscilbiiig pen
alties for Interfering with, lutciccpt
lug or hindering tho transmission of
wireless mcBsaRos l'lnunco Commit
tee. 8 II. 29, thu Mnoiu liquor Mil PI
II. 11 100, ShliiKle, secrecy of telu
graphic inesEugos rinauco Commit
II. II HO, Shingle, licenses or wlio
less companies Finance Committee.
I llyjKVMsHi I InKsSvViil
IBiM8 1 dMliu i I
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THE LADY SLAVEY"
. MAKES A HIT
The now play given lust night nt
the Opera llousfc by the talented ag
gregation of oungstens wns 11 decid
ed suciesM, Tliqugu ttio piny us a
whole Is not so Htiong iih 'The Hun-
nway Olrl." It is full' of catchy mus
ical numbers, comedy, and fetching
ballets, nnd tomo" of tho chanictcm
portrn)ci1 last night were the best
of tho season. ''
Teddlc McN'uinnrn carried off the
honors us the original eomedlan.
This jnunfc'ncttlt-ls pcrfectl at home
011 tho stage. Whenever be Is on
thu boat il, whether he Is doing the
tnlking or not, he Ih worth wntchlng,
for them to do hut laugh. Ho sang
'The Tears Rolled Down Ills
Cheeks" last night In n voice Hint
riimo fiom a broken heart, deep, soul
tucking sobs, conviilnlvo choklngs,
and sail, despairing tones were cou
pled with gestutes that, In them
selves, would have turrlcd the
hoiibo Ii) stoim. As It wns, trio uu
dlcmo could not get enough; encore
followed enroro, till tho wily Teddlc,
whose throat was becoming rather
weary of alt that strenuous work,
sttulghtcncd up and s.iug tho chorus
over again In n voice that, compared
In the lest of his singing, wns almost
lifeless, The audience lindei stood,
and laughingly abbreviated tho ap
plause. Or all who deserve special men
tion, MIsh Iha I'nllard, her sister
Ivy, the llelntz Kids, nnd Charllo
Dnniighc) were the best. Kvu I'ol
I1111I, us tho Lady Slavey, was Irre
sistibly charmliif,. Her singing, act
ing, nnd dancing wcro featuies of
the evening. Ivy I'ollaid took tho
pint or an Kngllsh Inly or fashion In
1111 ndmlrnlilo way, and tho Hclntz
Twins vvcio as runny us ever.
Some of the song bits were
"Wlint's a Poor Olrl to Do" and
"Plrktniiltiy on a Log," by Hva Pol
laid; "When the Whlporwlll, Slugs.
Xlnrgueille," and "Starlight," by
Millie Mttiorllck; "Nothing." b
Charlie Donagbey, ami "Kiss, Kiss,
Kiss," bj the Sextet.
"The l.ndy Slavey" Is hilled for
tonight, tomorrow' night, und (omor
tow's matinee, to be followed for tho
balance or the week by "The To
REPORT NOT ADOPTED
The House Miscellaneous Commit
tee esterday reported on House Hill
99, recommending thu ludellulln post
poucmeut of the measure. This bill
piovldes fur the appointment of dep
uty sheriffs ! Slieilffs. Wutwnlole
spoke agalns(t tho adoption of the
lepoit 11111I In fnvpi of tho bill. Tha
House filial l voted to table the re-
poit, to be taken up with the hill.
On leiommendatlon of tho Mlsiel
laucnus Committee, llouso Hill 109,
by Kawcvveht, was tabled. This hill
provided that Supervisors must ho
tesldcnts or the distill Is for which
the nie elected.
A new State capllnl is puivldeil 111
constitutional amendments Introduc
ed In both Houses of tho Mlssouil
t'.eneral Assembl). The iiiimbiiics
call for $5,000,000 lu bonds.
Cheap Substitutes and
"Just As Good As."
rrrt.n.h.itn.t !9lr. mindful ontv of nrofit and caring
notning for the health of their patrom, are offering- for
tale low-grade, Impute whiskey, which they tell you ii a
"BoodasDurty'a. ' , .... , ,
It 11 a cheap concoction and fraud, Intended
to deceive the people. Ol course, wnen a
remedy has been before the public 10 long, has
been prescribed and used by the best doctors
and in all the prominent hospitals, and has
carried the blessing ol health Into so many
thousands ol homes as Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey has, imitations are bound to arise.
But the tan imitate the tittle and lahtl tnfjr-nt
tnt tan imitate tht ctntentl.
Duffy's Pure Ntalt Whiskey Is an absolutely
pure distillation of mailed grain 1 gseat care
being used to have every kernel thoroughly
malted, thus destroying the germ and producing
a predigested liquid food in the form of a malt
essence, which is the most effective tonic stim
ulant and invigorator known to science) softened
by warmth and moisture, its palatabiliiy and
freedom from injurious substances render itso
that It can be retained by the most sensitive
Any firm that will sell Imitation or substitution
Roods will sell Impure goods. The firm that it
hilmnrit In one thintr would not hesitate to be
dishonest in another. Whenever you see Imita
tion ami substitution goods offered for sale by a
firm, beware of anything and everything put up
by that firm. You endanger your own life and
the lives of your family and friends by dealing
BEWARE OF FRAUDS! .
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is sold in sealed bpttles only never In bulk.
A fac-sitnile of the genuine bottle is printed
here so that you may easily recognise it. It is
our own patented bottle round, amber colored
and with the name "Duffy Malt Whiskey
Company" blown in the glass. The trade
markthe Old Chemist's Head is on the label,
and over the cork there is an engraved paper
seal. He certain this seal is not broken.
It Is the only whiskey recognised by doctors
everywhere as a family medicine. At all drug
gists, grocers, dealers, or direct.
Wrlto Consulting Physician. Duffy Mnlt
Whiskey Co. Itochester. N Y, I' S. A.,
for free Illustrated medical booklet and
1L I 1 HI 111 m lit 11 U - J I 1 CTMW
Oil of Wlntergreen Compound Appears
tq Have Solved a Vexing Med-
One ot the most vexing problems In
nil medicine npiieurs nt last to huvu
been solved by tho most simple or all
remedies. Ordinary oil or wlntergreen
ptoperly compounded with thymol, Kb-
cerluo and other mild healing liquids,
builds up the healthy skin while killing
and ultimately removing the eczema
This cnmK)imd, known ns D, 1), I)
Prescription, has now so thoroughly
proven its efflency that druggists rec
ommend It unhesitatingly. Years of
ruccess and thousands of cures bnvo,
converted even those who seemed con
vinced thnt there was "no real cure for
The Sherlfr of I'rauklin Co., Frank
fort. Ky . Mr. W. II. Clinliniii, writes:
"My twelve-jear-old daughter had
been suffering wth an aggravated form
or eczema for more than two cars.
We had her under tho case of tho best
ph)slclnns here. Upon getting no re
lief, wo wcro induced to try I). D. D.
Hhe wns entirely rellovcd. It has
now liien moro than one vcur slnca
she censed the use of tho Itemed)', and
110 sign of thu trouble has appeared. I
feci very grateful."
Itesirts Imllcatu that all thu cures
by D. D. D. Prescription nro perma
nent, and wo certainly know that tho
very first application of this soothing
oil of w Intel green ronioiiiid gives In
slant roller from the Itch.-
We" recommend washing with I). I).
I). Soap to nil sufferers from eczema,
also all others affected with tender or
It would hardly seem reasonable to
doso tho stomach with so called "lllood
medicines" when tho very first appli
cation of nn external liquid Immedi
ately shows its healing propertcs. Ho
nolulu Drug C(i., Port street.
Itopresimtntlva Dotithltt has In
troduced a bill to nmend tho exist
ing laws relating to burglary. The
hill provides that whoever enters
nny building with Intent to commit
larceny or nny felony is guilty of
l.urglaiy. Hntry is defined as the
Introduction of tho hand, foot, finger
or any other part ot tho bqdy Into
tho room, structure, or vessel enter
ed," or by discharging or throwing
nny mlssjle or introducing nny In
strument' Into tho sumo with Intent
to commit larceny or any other fel
ony. NO MORE INQUISITION
No longer will It bo necessary for
tho uiifnrtiiiintu heads ot depart
ments to appear before tho House
Committee of the Whole whon the
iipptoprlutlons for their, departments
are under consideration. Nolthcr
me they to bo given a chnnco to ox
plain, argue, complain, or try to
change the honorable minds or tho
llonoialile Itepri'HeuttitlVi'S. rurtndo
Introduced a resolution, which was
adopted by Hut House without n
murmur, that heieafler tho depart
ment heads be excused from nttend
lug before the Committee or the
Whole. 1 so.
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Young man as assistant boukecper;
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Ever) body to make money by plant
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llox 102 MlAie, Kauai. 4190-tf
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Situation by tellable Japanese mnu;
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No unpleasant odor;
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Cleanliness and food
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177 S, RING ST. PHONE 775.
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TOURING CAR, ?U85.
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I'lne (liiKolIno Engine, 13 II. P.; com
plete running order, Btcady, relia
ble, economical, enn be seen at fac
tory of Honolulu Wire lied Co..
1250-12G6 Alapnl St. 4239-it
Violin, Genuine l.owcndalls Imperial,
and case; also a (lultar. Harry
Itoberts, 1503 Houghtalllng Itoad,
Huggy, harness, nnd mare; very
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C'ottnge containing ' bedrooms, gas,
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Wcll-rurnlshcd housekeeping rooms,
fine view Apply 70C quarry St.,
cor. Alapal. izuu-,1.
Newly furnished front room, only $2
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Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
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Two furnished rooms,
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Wo bnvo over 100 lots for salo lu all
parts of the city, Improved and
unimproved, business sites,
residence sites nnd inrmliig
sites, for prices ranging from
$50 to $30,000; some for cash
sales, some for Installment
talcs and some for exchange.
Wo hnvo over 60 homes for sale, locat
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ot tho clt-, and suburbs; all
comfortable, soma elegant, on
various torms; soma tor spot
cash, some on installment pay
ments, sorno for exohango, nnd
somo for part cash and part
mortgage on. .easy terms.
Wo can arrange to build housos nn Iha
Installment plan on lots pur
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We havo a number ot good exchanga
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Wo havo eight or ten prospective buy
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perhaps you havo Just tha
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Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
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