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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 5. 1S9S.
EDDY'S QUEER HOUSE KITES. W hea William A. Eddy is flying hia Louge kites in Bayonn, X. J., bystanders some times imaprire that a Kansas cyclone !ias loosened a few dwelling from their moor ings nnd turned tliern adrift in the "funnel shaped atmosphere." These kites are nsed to carry thermometers for testing the tem perature of the upper regions. When they are covered with black paper they serve well hm cameras, -with the addition of a lens and sensitivo film. Mr. Eddy has been guided largely by his Btudy of western cy clones in making his air houses. The Louses have a frame work of light fipruce sticks and a covering of paper. The kites are about three feet square. m JL You are just right they are sharp. They are ready to use, and thep will stav so with very little care if properly used. That's the kind of RAZORS we sell. We have the other things that go with them, such as the Strops, Hones, Brushes, etc. You have not got a steady hand? Well, then try the "Star Safety Razor." You can't commit suicide with that if you try, and it runs as smoothly as a "Rambler" Safety Bicycle, which you will want to go out on after you are through shaving. All these things at E. O. HALL & SON, Ld. Corner Fort & King Sts. k J i TheR libber Tire Wheel Company t on Ruler SOB , : v; Thn Ulnol Hnrnhln , 'N b Uu UU UU h it V, i 1 1' ttr-iorii l. PLANT AT THE HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFACTURING COMPAiY, QUEEN STREET. oo o n o m i c ooo EEIIPFi ciont Old Wheels Reset with Steel Channels, Rubber Tires, and Roller-Bearing Axles.' WILSON & WHITEHOUSE. SOLE LICENSEES FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. ROBERT CATTQN. 212 Queen Street. Honolulu. AGENT FOR THE MIRRLEES, WATSON & YARYAN CO., Ld. Sugar Machinery WATSON, LAIDLAW & CO Centrifugals and Cream Separators. JOHN FOWLER & CO. (Leeds), Ld ...... Steam Ploughs and Portable Railway. THE RISDON IRON WORKS General Engineerings MARCUS MASON & CO., Coffee and Rice Machinery. J. HARRISON CARTER. . Disintegrators. ATT N . , HSILL Founders and Machinists, 213 Queen St., bet. Alakea and Richards Sts., Honolulu. Invito Enquiries for General Ironwork; Iron and Brass Cast ings. Ships' Blacksmiths. Cemetery Railings and Crestings Made to Order: Samples on Hand. REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. TEL. 410. 8 mmK m 1 WlIMIJi 0 CD CM) 2-3-G! J G5 G3 (25 GD G;, Hawaiian Gazette Office. FOR RECREATION Both Aala and Old Maki- ki Are Recommended. Income Tax Amendment House Preparing Work for Appro priation Bills. SKXATE. Thirtj--fifth Day, April 4. A communication was received from the House announcing the passage of and transmitting House bill 39 relating to tax anneals. Substitute House bill 5 relating to licenses was reported from the Print ing Committee read by title and sent to the Commerce Committee, Senate bill 24 relating to the submisson of differ ences to the Supreme Court was receiv ed from the same committee, read by title and sent to the Judiciary Commit tee. The same course was pursued with Senate bill 23, amending the law of appeals and bills of exception. If the amendments returned from the Judiciary Committee to the House bill regulating the release of dower are accepted, it will be possible for mar ried women to give their power of at torney to persons other than their hus bands. It is calculated by the nrorao- ters of the bill that this will greatlj' facilitate real estate transactions. Heretofore, Senator Brown explained, titles have been refused on the ques tion of women releasing their rights of dower. Sometimes they have given their power of attorney to their hus bands. Attorneys have believed that this in vesting the whole disposition of property in the husband and might be considered contrary to existing laws, inasmuch as they were enacted to pre vent such a result. Sometimes attor neys have hesitated when the power of attorney has been given to a person other than the husband. The present bill provides for transferring the pow er. The bill passed second reading and went to the Revision Committee. Third reading was set for Wednesday. Senator Holstein introduced a bill to amend the laws relating to bankruptcy, making regulations, among others, for cases which shall be heard only in the circuit where the alleged bankrupt has had his headquarters. Senator Rice was excused from at tendance for the remainder of the week. The Public Lands Committee recom mended that the plat 'of ground at Aala be set apart for a public recreation ground instead of a park. They also recommended that the old Makiki base ball ground be made a public recrea tion ground as well. Their report to that end was received to be considered later with the bill. In their report to the Senate, the Finance Committee brought in an amendment to the tax law of 1896, which alters Section 68 of the old law instead of Section 25 as proposed in the House bill which the committee was considering. The new clause proposed by the committee is that nothing in the section shall be so construed as to au thorize the tax assessor to demand a statment of the affairs of any person or copartnership conducting a purely mercantile business. The new bill pass ed the first reading and went to the Printing Committee. Bill 16 was laid on the table. At 10:45 o'clock the Senate adjourned. and referred, to the Committe-e or For eign Relations. House bill 59, relating to the preven tion cf the sale of foreign goods under pretense that thee were made in'fhe Islands, read and referred to the Com merce Committee. House bill GO, "An Act relating to the restriction of the importation and sale of opium and preparations thereof; and amending Sections 1 and 3 of Act 12 of the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provisional Government, relative thereto." read and referred tn th Judi ciary Committee. House bill 61 "An Act to repeal an ui. vl iutr oe;ion laws or ibui, ap pxu?u juar iv, i.o, entitled an Act to iacnitate the recoverv of rents,' " read and refered to the Com mittee on Commerce. House bill 62, "An Act to prohibit children under the'ageof 13 years from smoking tobacco." read and referred to Sanitary Committee. House bill 63, "An Act to repeal Sec tion 5 of Act 51 of the Session Laws cf 1896, relating to the disposition of school tax," read and referred to the Committee on Education. House bill 64, "An Act to amend an Act entitled 'An Act to promote the construction of railways,' approved August 1st, A. D. 187S, by adding a new section thereto to be called Sec tion 3A," read and refered to the Com mittee on Internal Improvements. House adjourned at 11 a. m. ALL LEATHER. That is the one essential point that should be considered in buying VALISES AND CAUTION. If you value your health you will not allow anyone to impose upon you by offering you a cheap substitute. Re member that the "Rainier" and "Olympic" beers are just what they are represented to be. Both are the pro duct of the most perfectly grown barley and the best hops to be had. On tap or in bottles at the Criterion Saloon. H. M. Whitney has reduced the price on the Tourist's Guide from 75 cents to 60 cents. HOT X BUNS. Delivered Hot Friday in quantities to suit. HOUSE. Rep. Paris presented a petition from South Kona for an appropriation of $400 for a road from Hookuloa to the upper road. Referred to the Commit tee on Internal Improvements. Rep. Robertson presented the report of the Judiciary Committee on Senate bill 3, appropriations for unpaid claims, recommending the passage of certain items and the insertion of others hand ed in since the introduction of the bill. Reportlaid on the table to be consider ed with the bill and the bill made the special order of the day for Thursday. Rep. Robertson reported for the Judiciary Committee on House bill 33, claims against the estates of decease 1 persons, endorsing the spirit of the bill and introducing a substitute bill with the recommendation that it pass. Sub stitute bill read first time by title and passed. Rep, Kahaulelio introduced a resolu-' tion to the effect that an item of ?600 be inserted in the appropriation bill for expenses of copying and arranging the records of the Circuit Court of the Sec ond Judieiay Circuit. Referred to th Judiciary Committee. House bill 36, "An Act to extend cer tain provisions of Iand Act, 1S93. to private lands, read and referred to the Committee on rublic Lands. House bill 57, "An Act to amend Sec tions 1 and 2 of Chapter XXXVI of the Session Laws of 1SS0, and Section 2 of Chapter XI of the Session Laws of 1S7S, relating to foreign corporations." Read Horn's Bakery, Telephone 74. CONCERT AT AWADAN OPERA II SATURDAY. APRIL 9th. OCSE PROGRAM: 1. Overture "Enchantment" Hawaiian Band. 2. Chorus "Catasitrophe" .. . . Kamehameha Glee Club. 3. Vocal Duet "The Cousins" Helen Desha and Lydia Aholo. 4 Paul J. Isenberg. 5. Selection "Wreathe ye the Steps To Great Allahas Throne' Kawaiahao Seminary. 6. Solo "Sacta iMaria" Violin obligato by Mrs. C. B. Cooper. 3Iiss Kulamenu Ward. 7. -Mandolin Duet "II Travatore". . . Hennessey, Kaai and Jackson. 8. Solo and Chorus "He Nohea" Kawaib.au Glee Club. INTERMISSION. 9. Overture "The Golden Shower".. Hawaiian Band. 10. Solo and Chorus Quintette Clu:b. 11. Duet Miss Kamaiopili, John Bright. 12. Selection (a) Springs; (b) Sun shine Kawaiahao Seminary. 13. Solo "My Marguerite of Long ago" Jas. W. Li. McGuire. 14. Selection "The Land of the Swal lows" Kamehameha Girls School. 15. Solo (a) "If;" (b) "Tit for Tat".. Miss Rosina Shaw. 16. Mandolin Duet Hennessey, Kaai and Jackson. 17. Solo and Chorus "Wai-o-Puna- Kawaihau Glee Club. Hawaii Ponoi. SATCHELS. m It's false economy to buy one of paper, or imitation leather. Don't be carried awav witn tne idea that they are leather. as lasting ray as Look at Our Window, All Sizes. All Prices to suit the times. B. R EHLERS & CO Are You LOOKINQ FOR A Handsome Carriage ? era.) fJO UP. CANOPY-TOP SURREYS, $135 UP. MYj GOODS AND PRICES Are right because they are bought right, of well known and old established factories, which are just as anxious as you that they give satisfaction. All Goods bought direct of factory. No Mid dleman's profit. Cutunder Surreys. Phaetons, Business Buggies, Runabout Wagons. c ARRSAGE and HARNESS MOUSE, FORT ST., above Club Stables. TEL. 205. These Figures. H. G. BI ART. Importer and Manufacturer of Jewelry : Emblems : Badges Etc. KODAKS REPAIRED AS GOOD AS NEW. proof positive: OF THE POPULARITY AND SUPREMACY OF THE "REMINGTON" TYPEWRITERS IN NEW YORK: 2,698 Remingtons in 34 Buildings; 728 All Others. IN CHICAGO: 2,72 Remingtons in 37 Buildings; 91 All Others, IN PHILADELPHIA: 1,001 Remingtons in 16 Buildings; 266 All Others. T9 IN BOSTON: 90 Remingtons in 31 Buildings; 46 All Others. 63 H. HACKFELD & Co., Ltd SOLE AGENTS. -THE- II 1 nil igiy Will Collect your Accounts for you in a Prompt and Sat isfactcry Manner. 404-1 FORT STREET. Near Kinr. LESSONS ON CORNET. The undersigned will give lessons on the Cornet to a limite4 number of pu pils. Individual instruction. For terni3 apply to C. KREUTER, Music Dept. Wall, Nichols Co. FOUR ACTIVE COLLECTORS are continually on the go, and others -will bo added with the increase of business. Returns made on all bill3 collected the day after collection. Special rate3 for special classes or bill3. Rinsr ud telenhone No. 256, or call around at 210 KJng street, for further information. l. KONf; im:j:. Merchant : Tailor. C23! Fort St., Opp. Club Stable3. FINE SUITS TO ORDER AT REA SONABLE RATES. Suit3 cleaned and repaired. Satis faction guaranteed. The GAZETTE (semi-weekly) is issued on Tuesdays and Fridays. 1 lii Specie li LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000 Paid Up Capital " 7,500,000 Reserve Fund " 5,464,000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kobe, London, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai, Bombay, Hong Kong. Transacts a General Banking and Exchange Business. Agency Yokohama Specie Bank: New Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. X. REMOVAL NOTICE. JOSE de ESP1RIT0 SANTOS Manufacturer of GUITARS, UKULELES, AND TATIO- PATCH FIDDLES, Has removed to King St., near Punchbowl St.