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KYENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. II., SATt'ItDAY, At'ltlL 17. 1909.
Japaneao mnlo and feraalo help sup
piled promptly (or nny work. 1128
Union St.; Phone S79. 4239-lm
Dr. Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. m.;
4-6 p. m. 324 Emma Square.
A LOT IN
(Adjoining College Hills)
No advance in price. No clearing
to be done all ready for building.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$800 to $1500
PER LOT, ACCORDING TO AREA
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
NO. 924 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
1268 Fort St.
Mr. and Mr.
I NO, and other
444 KINO ST,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure dlitllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OADD ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 828.
Delivered to residence
and office at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lota
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant 8L
OP ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer, and Jobber.
AMERICAN CRY GOODS.
FORT and Ql't'.O! 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 8. BEBETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icription made to order. Boiler work
and HIVITED PIPES for irrigation
pnrpoici a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pain executed at shortest notice.
A11JJ UtilU.lt 1 IAHVUi
TNAYEn PIANO CO.
IBs HOTEL OTflKBT.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 12C0 Alapal St. Telephone
Yee Sing Kee-Plumbcr and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
MAGQON & WEAVER
188 MERCHANT STREET
Real Property. Law and Land
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Furniture Co.,
BISHOP 8TREET. HONOLULU.
For Wnlanne, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City. Ewa Mill and Way
Station. 17:30 a. n., 9:15 a. m.,
11:05 a, m.. '2:16 p. m.. 320 p. in..
6:15 p. m., $9:30 p. m.. m:00 p. tn.
For Wuhlawa '9:15 a. m. and
8:15 p. m.
Arrlre Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Walanao 8:I8 a. m.,
..6:31 p. tn.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Poarl City 17:4G a. m., 8:3(1
a. m., 10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:ll
p m.. B:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a, m. and 5:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only..
The Halclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-clan tickets hon
ored), leavos Honolulu ovory Sunday
at 8:22 n. m.: roturnlnc. arrlrei In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Petri Ctty and Wnlnnae
fl. P. DKNI80N, V. C. SMITH.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von liamm - Young
ALEXANDER YQUNG BUILDING.
YOU CANNOT FIND A MORE DE-
LIGHTFUL' PLACE ON THIS
St. Clair Bidgood, Manager,
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Ycrar Grocer's,
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and seats suitable for
ate in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Plumblng.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go,,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
Y0UNCJ TIM, Manager.
Senate Spends Afternoon
In Committee Of
50th Day Afternoon Session
Yesterday was n great day In the
Senate chamber. The Senate Bnt as
n Committee of the Whole, nnd all
of the deferred bills were reconsid
ered and passed second reading.
There were: Houso Ulll 88, relating
lo the general powers, liabilities, nnd
limitations of Counties; House Ulll
89, relntlng to the powers of the
Hoard of Supervisors of the City
nnd Country of Honolulu; Houso Ulll
90, relating to the appointment of
Jailors; House 1)111 175, relating to
the powers nnd duties of the Hoard
of Supervisors; nnd House Hill 17G,
relating to the powers of the Super
President Smith, speaking from
the floor, said that the time wns not
jot ripe when the schools nnd edu
cational Institutions should bo turn
ed over to the Counties, Fairchltd
snld that the Counties were prepar
ed to look after their own schools,
nnd thought the time to do so was
now. Moore said thnt If tho schools
wero to bo turned over to tho Coun
ties at nil he wnnted It fixed so
that there would be no conflict in
the nuthorlty between tho Territorial
nnd County authorities.
Makckau Feared Kona
Makckau, who was afraid of the
Kona-wlnd, said thnt nil power and
control of the schools should be plac
ed under tho County authorities. Ilo
said that when tho Kona wind cnino
nnd broke down tho school-houses,
both the Territory nnd the County
would bo waiting nnd expecting the
other to repair the schools. Tho re
sult would be nothing accomplished.
After Attorney Robertson, who
was present with Attorney Kinney,
had explained tho legal Bldo of the
subject, Mukckau gavo up nnd sub
sided peacefully. The bill then pass
ed second reading.
Senator Kular.ia, who Bpoke on tho
powers nnd dutlca of the Hoard of
Supei visors, stnted that the power of
the Major should not bo altered at
the present session, It being In his
estimation a political move. Ho mov
ed to defer nctjon on tho bill. nCr
rled. Public Show
For public shows tho fco for a sln
glo performance per day passed nt
31, Instead of 32.50, as provided in
Appointment of Tailors
House Hill 90, relating to appoint
ment of Jailors by County Sheriffs,
camo up for discussion. Iloblnson
wanted to know If tho appointment
of Jailors by County Sheriffs would
not bo In conflict with tho appoint
ment of Jailors by the High Sheriff.
Ho was not qulto clear In that re
gard. Attorney Robertson said there
would ho no confusion on tho ques
tion of authority.
Houso 1)111 38, tho merchandise li
cense bill, was again up for consider
ation, linker suggested that n pro
vision for nn annual tax of 32 for
selling dried fish nnd suit salmon bo
stricken out. Carried.
Harvey Introduced a bill providing
for tho transportation of lepers from
the settlement to the Knllhl receiv
The Sennto at 5 o'clock adjourned
to meet again this morning at 9
PURE FOODS AND
mean hotter, healthier, happier people
It has been proved, however, that all
medicines nro not adulterated and
worthless any moro than nro all food
The wheat has been sifted from the
chaff, and such mcdlclneB as Lydla E.
Plnkhnm'a Yegetablo Compound, which
is mado from roots and herbs and com
piles with all conditions of tho Pure
Food and Drugs Law, will contlnuo to
hold Its place as tho standard Ameri
can remerdy for female Ills.
JAPANESE MAKE8 DONATION
TO THE STATE UNIVERSITY,
Berkeley, March 31. "Shlma Ilooni"
Is tho doslgnatlun by which an apart
ment to bn fitted up by tho Japancso
"potato king" In tho student's inflrnv
nry at tho University of California Is
to be known, according to im an
nouueement mado yesterday by tho
president of tho University. A check
for 150 was received from tho Japan
eso millionaire today, with tho request
that tho money ho used to furnish n
room In tho Students' Infirmary Annex
for undergraduates who aro In need
of medical attention.
Tho gift Is without precedent, as It
Is tho first donation of tho kind -to tho
University from a Japancso. Other
rooms havo been furnished through
private gifts from thoao Interested In
tho welfare- of tho University,
v"i: t: n n : tt tt s: n it :t it t
I HOUSEHOLD HINTS
m tx a a t: n tt tt :: :t t: i: tt ti a -
BEAUTIFUL FEET INJURED
BY HIGH-HEELED SHOES
Beauty connoisseurs arc saying
that thero Is scarcely a beautiful foot
lo bo found nmong the women of to
day. The high heels, the exaggerated
curve nt tho hall of the foot, the sMft
heel stns, and tho pointed toes, lime
distorted the foot In n painful and
Tho unities nro misshapen. 1'.
some cases tho bones arc enlarged
until they hulge out so thnt every
bono is perceptible. Tho weight of
the body thrown upon the toes has
rnused them tn spieail nut. Crowded
Into pointed shoes, they stick up in
the ugliest fnslilou.
Tho foot should be ns shapely as
tho hnnd. Footwear should fit us n
glove (Its tho hnnd. The perfect foot
is slender, with tm armed Instep nnd
toes that He smoothly nnd easily.
The first step toward acquiring n
pretty foot is to wear shoes that lit
The next is to take exercises that
will render tho toes strong nnd sup
ple. Begin with spreading out the toe
to the utmost extent; then hold four
toes still, nnd nttempt to move the
lemnlnlng one. livery toe should bo
distinct nnd nblo to move separately.
Kvory nail should keep Its Bhiipc, Just
as finger nails do. Tho big too
Bhould bo strnlghter and shorter than
tho next one, nnd the inch should be
shapely nnd pliant.
VOGUE OF THE SASH
Girdles and sashes may bo worn
with skirts finished nt tho regulation
or high waistline, and nro equally
sultablo for both. Tho glrdlei nro
made In the samo way as one would
mnko regulnr crushed belts; tho
sides nre bonod lo hold them In po
sltlon nt the walBt, Tho (list one is
Illustrated as being knotted nt tho
left sldo or tho front, a llttlo below
the hip depth. Howover, tho open
ing Is nt tho hack; the narrow (.ash
ends follow tho girdle for n short
space, nnd then Blope down over tho
hips to a looso .knot, or possibly n
soutache ornament at tho sldo front;
from hero the ends hang free, or, it
desired, the.sash may bo tied to show
a loop with tho-knot. If the lower
edges aro left pjaln, tho bash might
be knotted within a few Inches of tho
Other sashes are finished to fnll
from tho waistline, either at the
back-or-slrro front; these" pieces are
often quite wide, and nro attached
lo the girdle beneath a bucklo or
other ornament. A now 1b often used
for thU purpose. The ends may bo
cut either Btralght acioss or ou tho
bias, at tho bottom, and be finished
with u deep fringe, usually In match
ed color. Many of tho wldo sashes
aro gathered In at tho bottom, and
havo ornaments attached with the
appearance of tassels. They nro
mado from narrow bands n fow inch
es long of the sash material, with
tho ends folded over to foim smnll
pads. These could easily ho replaced
bya pieces of braid with n kop at the
bottom of each.
Any Boft Bilk Is suitable for theso
sashes; generally a mcssallno silk or
satin or crepe meteor Is used. Al
though mnny nro seen of crepe do
chlno to be worn with dresses of thnt
material; they nro often mado from
wide ribbon, either flowered or plain,
and finished with heavy silk fringe
nt tho ends. Or designs may bo
braided upon them with soutaeho;
much black Is used on colors, llor-
dered goods might ho used with the
border edfjo nt the sash ends. A
largo variety of ornaments nro seen
In tho shops, which could be used to
finish tho sash. Tho April Delinea
HOW TO MAKE A COAT HANGER
A practical coat-hanger made liy
a child for an older relntlvo Is cov
ered with raffia crocheted over tho
nickel foundation. Tho wldo open
parts of tho top of tho hanger arc
filled In with Mexican drnwnwork
"spiders" made of the rafflu. A set
of Buch hangers would bo n accept
LISLE BECOMING POPULAR
Llsln stockings with n silk finish
so deceptive In appearance that It Is
difficult lo tell them from the prod
uct of the mulhciry tiee aro gaining
In, tovor partly hecauso ot their
prlco and pnrtly because of their yx
colldnt wearing qualities.
To he found In tho newest ribbons
nro the satin moire, satin on olio
side nnd molro on the other; molro
and satin stripes, Persian and Orien
tal patterns, Jucquaid prints and
Roman strides nnd plaids,
The many goied nnd the gored clr
cular styles havo tried with 111 sue
cess to replace the long plaited skirls
which hold their own for nil weight
materials against tho inroads of
Pnrsley kept In 11 fiult Jar tlghtlv
covered will keep flesh 11 week or
Speedy Work To Come
Within Pocket Veto
50th Day Afternoon Ses3ion
The debate on House Hill 21, t' ro
pav the license fees collected nftor
their collection had been re-tideied II
legal by tho Organic Act, was resumed
tit tho iifti'inunn session. After u fen
minutes discussion the vole win Ilk
en upon whether or not thiOTcrrllory
bhould pay Its Just debts. Uy u ot
of 12 tu 10 tho Houso decided in re
pudlatu the obligations.
Show Bill Report.
Cohen submlttid the leport from
the Joint t (inference enmmltUc ou the
Senate nmi'iidments to tho "show bill."
The reort leconimondi-d that the hill
bo amended to the effict I lint it ll.it lie
ensc fee of $1 for such performance for
shows of nil classes he Imposed. In
stead of the 32.50 u d t ns In the Sen
nlo amendment!!, or the $5i)(i a eur fee
for nun Inn plctuie shows, uio , uud
$100 n o.ir for "icgulai" shows us In
tho original bill. Thu ropoit of the
committee wns adopted by :i iilu of
10 to 9.
A Few Boosts.
Houso Hill 205, to pinvldo for the
payment of thu expenses of the district
courts by the several counties, c.une
up on .third reading. Tho menstiio
fixes the salaries of tho various dix
it let magistrates. After Kimlho has
boosted n few of tho sulailes, tho hill
passed final rending.
Senate Bill Tabled.
.Senate Hill 99, to pro! Me for the
suiiltnry regulation of dallies, of the
production, storing, and handling of
milk nnd cream for sale, gles tin
Hoard or Health discretionary power
to proscribo rules and regulations re
latlug to sanitary conditions oftliilrles
mill trio handling nnd sale of lacteal I
products, was tabled ou third reading
Two Are Passed.
Senate Hill lit, I'uli clillil. tn pin-
lile for tho payment of commutation
duo thu Territory, provides that miles,
claims for commutation duo the Teirl
tory ou land me paid by January 1.
1910, Interest shall be charged there
on, passed unchallenged.
Senate Hill C3, McCarthy, pormlt
tliig that the bond of a surety company
may bo accepted with an implication
for n liquor license. In place of the
two citizen sureties, who nro owners
of real estate, ns now required by law.
A Quiet Death.
Harvey's leper hill, S. II. 114, provid
ing that physicians engaged In tho ex
amination of leper suspects shall bo
paid n feu of not less than (5 or moro
than $10 for each examination, pioved
unsatisfactory nnd was sent hack to
tho Health and Police Committee for
amendment. This puts It In thu pocket
Tho Houso deferred consideration
of Senate Hill 12G, Miikekau, lo per
mit iHior persons to prosecute chll ac
tions In forma pauperis, providing that
n Hior person unable to pay thu costs
mid expenses of u suit may bo per
mitted by thu Court to cummeiico nnd
prosecute his action us a poor person
without fo of charge. This action
bubjects tho bill to xickot veto.
Tho Houso deferred action on Sen
nto Hill 95, Coelho, for tho relief of
John A. Cummins. Tho bill sets forth
that Cummins In 1895 pleaded guilty to
a charge of high treason, owing to In
advertence mid n nnn comprehension
of tho gravity of thu charge, and n.
though tho seven Judges of tho Mill
tiny Commission recognized thu fact
that ho was not guilty, they wero ikivv-
erless to do other than Impose u sen
tence of five ears Imprisonment nnd u
lino or $5000. On rovlew tho ImpiU
nnment wns strlikcn nut, but tho fluo
was retained ami uiimmina was
obliged to pny It. Thu hill provides
that tho amount of tho flno ho ro
turned to Cummins.
The Bull i tin Pnbllsklntr Co.,
Ltd., is ageit for the best engraving
ana ninagTaBinf company on
tke Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Alsp price and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Kllley By Automobile Portland,
Ore., April 8. Driven nt high speed,
an iiutomolillo In charge of J. Ii Pon
nay, nn eniplojo of a leal estate flim,
today ran down nnd killed 8iimiiel
Limber, u tailor, Ponniiy was ai test
ed. Record Gale Visits New England
Boston, April 8. Tho hurrlcnli from
tho mlddlo west passed over New Kug
laud today" nt velocities ranging from
50 tn 92 miles 1111 hour. Such 11 gale
has not been oxpoilenceil In this vleln
It) In many eais.
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ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
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(loud, plain cook fo. fui.ult of IWi,,
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good mum i nil hoard Applv "L
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ence. Add rem "It," this office.
Ij!eibcxl In iiiaKu iiiouey by plant
li.g i tx iiiinut-i. luqiilio fur plants.
Dux HI.' I. lime K..uni. 4:V0-tt
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Commodities nre increasing
in price without a propor
tionate increase in wage
earning foice. Economy
must be practiced or bank
ruptcy will come. The place
to begin is the kitchen.
in jour stove. Renew youth
by shutting off hard work
and worry over household
expenses. "Wc have n lot of
information that is yours
for an intimation that you
are interested in domestio
Honolulu Gas fo.,
W. C. Pearock & Co., Ltd.,
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavo Hotel, Liliha Street.
MRS. ROSENBERG YOUNG HOTEL
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I tho news of the day.
A tlm (.hllM. VIOLIV Hirndlvar-
Imi. patten li'iH 1" en usi d many
.ill: fin pillii ulars iddnss K.
KAMI., (le-itann rt. hoi.l anil Church..
20.0U0 Coi'oanuts du lo a rlvo 'on
schooner Concord, fioui Tannins
Island In n few davs Miller Sal
vage Co. P. O. Hox ',2i.
Shooting gallery, No. 19 Hotel St.,
near Nuunnu. Knqulie of ovrner
or P. II. Hurnctie. Morchnnt St.
.'ewl) fuinlfhed rooms lone In; olec-
Irlc light nnd limning wntcr In
inch loom. No T! So Hcretanla
I Bt. !2S0-tf
Neatly furnished, innsqulto-proof
loom, with hoard. Tel. 1333; No.
749-50, Heretnnia St. 1272-lf
furnished suite of moms, with
! board; hot nnd cold water. 10 11)
I lleretntilu Ave. I2sr,-tt
Four furnished rooms, with hoard.
Vwo with dicislug room. 1050 Ilcr
i elnnla Ave. l2S5-tf
Two furnished rooms. 1071 A Llko-
like St , near Campbell Lnhe.
Two fniiiMiod rooms. Apply Mrs.
I) McCniine'l, 122.1 IClnina St.
She nlrr 1111,1,4 nt 15C3 Nuiianil
Ave lUasoiiablo. 4279-2W
LSTATC nXCHANOi:, LTD.
Wo hn'vo over 100 lots for sale in nil
. purta of the city . Improved and
unimproved, business bites,
residence rites and farming
sites, for prices ranging from
$50 to JJ0.00U; some for cash
sales, fomo for liirtnllment
sales nnd sumo for exchange.
Wo havo over 10 homes for salo, locat
ed In uvory reside ucu section
of thu city, and suburbs; nil
comfortable, tome elegant, on
various terras; lomu for spot
cath, tome 011 installment pay
ments, soiiiu for exchange, and
some for part cash and part
mortgage on t-aty lei ins.
Wo can nrrunxo to balid houses on tho
Instnllmcnt plan' on lots pur
ohasod from us by rcstmslbla
Wo havo n number of good exchange,
Wo rent houses nnd may locaij
Wo hao eight or ten prospectlto huy.
era on our IIbIs at present;
perhaps )ou havo Jimt the
plnro that would suit 0110 of
them. Como nnd sco us.
ki:al i:st.tb ilxchanoh. ltd.
A. V. r.DAIl. Manager.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
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