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THE PTlCTFIC COMMERCIAE ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MARCH 12, 1533.
DON'T THINK for a MOMENT
THAT you can only be suited with a busi
ness suit or over- cpat from our ready-to-
wear stock of
If you want a cutaway coat and vest of black
clay weave diagonal, thibet, or Oxford vicuna,
ve can fit you as satisfactorily "and please
you as well as the best tailor can. That does
not mean the tailor's price however; not quite
half You needn't be afraid to come to us
even If you are
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Very Short end Stout or. Yery Toll
and Thin, or Unusually Big;
we'll fit you just the same. And besides you
can wear the clothes the day you buy them if
you want to; don't have to wait two or three
weeks for a tailor to finish them; and your
money back If after you grot the clothes home
you are not satisfied.
Cutaway Coats and Vests from 315 to 830
Mo iMIclmieray,. B imlted
IPoTt and r&ercla.si3a.t Streets
FREAK BILLS 111 LOWER
HOUSE CAUSE UPROAR
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ported this, but KeaJawaa suggested
that it would be better If the band gave
a promenade concert down the street.
Speaker Beckley explained that his
vote wijb necessary to carry the band
appropriation for the band last session,
and he voted with the understanding
that the band would go to the leper
settlement. The band never went, but
within the past few days the band
master had inquired as to what was
the proper season to visit Molokal be
fore the close of the biennial period.
The resolution was then passed.
BOARD OP HEALTH MONEY.
Kuplhea presented a resolution call
ing for a statement of expenses of the
Board of Health, with a list of all em
ployes, within five days, which passed.
Kealawaa introduced a bill, as fol
lows: "To amend sections 260 and 261
and to repeal section 264 of the civil
laws, relating to the Olaa reservation.
Kamho got in a iesolution asking for
to the Aylett amendment,
word "request" instead of
he declared Mr. Aylett had become used
to the word "order" through his con
nection with the military committee.
Kumalae moved that the whole ques
tion go over until today, and this Was
THAT HACKFELD WHARF.
.representative .uewis introduced a
resolution calling for an appointment
of a select committee to Inquire into
the building of the Hackfeld wharf, de
daring that there was a proposition
before the House to appropriate $103,000
for the building of the wharf, and the
building of It was not legal, and the
contract for the work had not been let
out by advertisement. On motion of
Harris, seconded by Kumalae, the res
olution was deferred until action should
be taken on the Governor's message, as
the latter contained a reference to the
building of the wharf.
Representative Wright asked for an
$15,000 for the ex-Queen, which went to rfPpropriation of $10,000 for a court
the public expenditures committee.
Kalama introduced a resolution
Importers and Dealers
Pongee Silk, S
Grass Linen Cloth,
Silk and Linen
China "Ware of every
Waity Bldg., King St. oppo. Advertiser
Office. Phone White 2716.
Robinson Block. Phone White 2421. 14 Hotel Street.
Silk and Cotton
Fred Philp & Bro.
Wavf-rley HlJc. Bethet St.
PAotM if oil 90
I. O. JFtoje 1S3.
Lemon Soda. Ginger Ale, Orange Cider, Root Beer, Sarsaparilla and
Iron, Cream Soda. They are the bes in the city.
258 Beretania Street.
Phone Blue 3552-
Opposite Hawaiian Hotel
Latest designs In any stono known to the trade.
Monumental works of
1MS-1860 Alake .treet. between Kin an! HoteL PHONE BLXHC 1801.
Read the Advertiser.
compel a. new light being: placed at the
Judiciary building, but the House took'
up the order of the day. .
Senate Bill No. 6. to provide for fire
claims payments nd bond issue, was
then brought up on third reading. The
roll call showed 22 ayes to 7 noes, the
negative votes being Kanlho, Keala
waa, Kou, Oili, Pulaa, Purdy and Paele.
This bill now goes to the Governor.
House Bill No. 11. to provide for an
agricultural college and model farm at
Oiaa, was then called up, but the noon
roceas was then taken.
Consideration of the agricultural col
lege bill was resumed at the afternoon
session. Kupihea's motion that the bill
pass was lost, and Andrade's motion to
refer the bill to the committee on ed
ucation carried. j
Action on House Bill No. 12. making
&n appropriation or $2,000 ior stamps
for lepers was deferred, to be taken up
with the appropriation bill, on motion
Elll No. 3, relating to the election of
corporation trustees, was considered in
committee of the whole on motion of
Andrade. An amendment by Harris,
striking out "five" and Inserting "fif
teen." so as to compel stockholders to
make transfers of stock fifteen oays
prior to annual meetings, was adopted.
Harris proposed an amendment al
lowing the vote to be by ballot If re
quested by a. majority of the stock
holders, which was opposed by Long
and Chilllngworth and lost. Andrade
moved an amendment separating the
clause repealing all conflicting laws
from the- enacting clause, which carried.
The bill was favorably reported from
the committee of the whole and passed
The bill provides that only stockhold
ers can hold proxies, one clauses-reading:
"Every person acting therein, in per
son or by proxy or representative, must
be a member thereof or a bona fide
stockholder, having stock thereof in his
own name on the stock tooks- of the
corporation at least fifteen days prior
to the election."
House Bill No 7S, providing for the
amendment of section 8 of act 9 of the
session laws of lfOl, relating to the
exemption of the wages of laborers and
persons working for wages from at
tachment, execution, distress, and
forced sale, was given its second read
LAST OF THE KAMEHAMEHAS.
Keliinoi, under suspension of the
rules, introduced a resolution referring
to the death of Prince Kunuiakea, and
declaring- that the House should ar
range that the hall of the House should
be used on Sunday, March 15, as a
room in which the body of the Prince
might lie in state.
Kumalae wished to know who would
btar the expense.
Aylett wished to amend the Keliinoi
resolution to the effect that the Speaker
should order the members of the House
to attend the funeral in a body. He
thought the House should not give up
its quarters for the body to lie in state
therein, as that would entail considera
ble expense. He said that the House
had started its session on a basis of
economy. He did r.ot know why they
should change now. It would cost quite
a sum to move the desks from the
House and bring them back again just
fjr that occasion. Respect should be
shown for the late Prince, but he con
sidered the House would be doing this
sufficiently by attending the funeral in
Wright said that as the last o the
Kamehamehas, the Prince's remains
should be treated with every respect.
lie declared that in the days of the
monarchy the Executive building was
tre palace of the Kamehamehas, and
that as the last of those princes was
now dead he ought to be buried from
Vida offered an amendment to the
effect that the government further ren
tier all the assistance in its power in the
burial of the Prince.
Harris wished to move an amendment
hnllAA anA loll frw tha .?lc.i-f t VAk
,ii "- uioiui. yjt- .ivrtiu
td l Kona. ,
House bills 78, S6, 89, 91 were given
their second readings and referred to
the Judiciary committee.
In response" to ' a request from the
House, a letter from the Chief Justice
was read, giving a list of the district
magistrates, the time of their appoint
ment and the time when their terms
Senate bills 32, 72, and 56 were passed
their first readings by the House.
TO STOP NOISE OF CATS.
At this point the clerk started reading
a notice of intention to introduce cer
tain bills. They were: "An act to pro
hibit cats making a noise at night";
"An act to license the sale of liquors in
churches'' certain acts to increase im
rr.orality The House was, by this time, in an
uproar. Members declared the affair
out of order. Harris protested, declar
ing this piece of legislation to be throw
ing odium on the House. The c.'erk
stopped ' reading the document and
handed" it to the Speaker, who said it
would have to be read as a member had
handed it up, but that It remained for
the House to dispose of It. Someone
made a motion to adjourn, and this was
quickiy carried. Members thronged to
the Speaker's desk to Inspect the freak
notice of bills, and it was found that
Vida's name was signed as the intro
ducer, but it was stated that it was
not in his handwriting.
IN THE SENATE.
There was barely a quorum when the
Senate convened yesterday, and but
little business was transacted.
Senator Achi cave notice of bills
amending the law relating to adoptions,
and relating to garnishment.
BEER BILL PASSED
The bill fixing the malt beer license
at $250 passed finally, with an amend
ment bv Achi changing the limits so
that a saloon may be located within 150
fee of a church or school, instead of
450 feet, as In the bill formerly. The
nine, members voting for the bill were
Achi, Paris, J. T. Brown. Kalauokalani,
Kaohi, Kaiue, Wilcox, Isenberg, and
McCandless, the remaining Senators
FISH BILL DISCUSSED.
The bill for the protection of fish
aroused lots of 'oDDOsition from the
native members on its third reading.
Senator Kalauokalani objected to the
bill, saying it would cut off native Ha-
waiians from several small fish, and
Kaohi wanted the bill killed because
the natives used the little fish for bait.
Senators Isenberg and Brown defended
the bill, saying that unless it was pass
ed the Japs and Chinese would kill all
the fish. Senator Isenberg said that he
was willinsr to have action deferred if
the native members objected; and Sen
ator Baldwin moved a postponement.
nu he said he did not .wish for a meas
lie which was oppressive to Hawaii
ens. Ccnsideration was postponed for
The bill amending the law relating to
the Jurisdiction of district magistrates
passed its third reading by unanimous
The act amending the law relating
to "notice by publication" passed ui-an
The substitute oill providing for the
appointment of a fish commissioner
also went over for a week
The bill relating to a Territorial in
sane asvlum was deferred until the
parsage of the county bill. An amend
ment was offered giving the Legislature
power to fix the site instead of the
Board of Health.
The bill amending the law to give
Justices of the Supreme Court sole
power to admit attorneys to practice
went over for one week on motion of
Senator J. T. Brown.
The six months' appropriation bill
was taken up on second reading and
gone over section by section, though the
work was but half completed when ad
journment was taken for the day.
Several amendments to the bill pass
ed. One by Woods provided for to
veterinary surgeons instead of one, the
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Another large shipment of new wash materials just
opened. We invite attention that our stock of
Lawns and Batiste this season is the best selected
and comprises an elegant collection of stylish '
This Week Special
Pink and light blue Zephyr at 10c. 200pieoee
Zephyr in stripes and checks at lOo yard. Novel
ty Batiste, a sheer woven texture in dainty de
signs. A large range of patterns, the most
tempting low prioe, at 15o yard.
The Very Latest
By the Alameda we received large stock of Wash
Laces, Embroideries and Insertions in Swiss
Nainsook and CambrO, Laoe Beading, Embroid,
ery Beading, Applique Beading, All-Over Laoes
and Embroideries. Our English P., K. best value
Monarch Shirts, - $1.00
Arrow Brand Collars, 2 for 25 cents.
Elastic Seam Drawers, 50 cents.
Everything cri?p and new at the new haberdashery. A good place
for dressy people to become acquainted with.
salary for each to be $300 for the half
year. One of the men must be located
on Hawaii. Another amendment by
Achi provided for two poundnasters
instead of one, the extra man to be
located cn the other side of the Island.
The salary of each is fixed at $200 for
the six months.
There was one queer error in the orig
inal bill, which read, "surveyors,
draughtsmen. Chinamen, etc." for the
office of the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works. A laugh followed the
reading of the Item, which Senator
Brown explained must mean "chain
men." The Senate adjourned at noon for the
day, in order to allow the afternoon
for committee work.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REME
DY Is intended especially for coughs,
colds, whooping cough and influenza.
It has become famous for Its cures of
these diseases over a large part of the
civilized world. The most flattering
testimonials have been received giving
accounts of its good works; of the ag
gravating and persistent coughs it has
cured; of severe colds that have yielded
promptly to Its soothing effects, and of
the dangerous attacks of croup It has
cured, often saving the life of the child.
The extensive use of It for whooping
cough has shown that it robs that dis
ease of all dangerous results. It is es
pecially prized by mothers because it
contains nthing injurious; and there is
not the least danger In giving It, even
to babies. It always cures and cures
quickly. Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
wholesale agents, sell it.
ALL. OF THE NEW LAWS will ap
pear in The Official and Commercial
Record, as soon as they are passed.
They will thus be available for exam
ination long before they are finally pub
lished in book form.
A. A. WHISKY
BEST ON EARTH
Do You Want a Servant?
Do You Want a Yard Boy ?
Do You Want a Cook ?
. f. a io.-. ; r
If so consult
On King street near Alakea, oppo.
e Young Building
Union Oil Co.
Office of Hawaiian department,
room 307, Stangenwald Bldg.
C. C. PERKINS, Supt.
Main office, Mills Bldg, San
JNO. BAKER, Jr., Mgr.
Cheapest place in town for
CLOTHING INO GENT'S FURNISHING G:3DJ
Woolen Goods a Specialty.
Cor. Queen and Nuuanu.
Club Stables Hack Stand
IV! a I n 32 and 3ID
HACKS Nos. 3, 7, 24, 53, 236, 69, 61
STURTEVANT DRUG CO
S. D. C.
Sturtevant's Dengue Cure
MRS. E. VL TAYLOR,
Bermuda Lilies and
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Repairing and House Moring.
"Wharf and Bridge Building; alao Re
Telephone Blue 1131. Residence, 15JT
Love joy & Co.,
Honolulu, H. T,
Distributors n... (I.... U.i n.
for., jcaac Muuic-nuui uu.
San Francisco, Cai. and Louisville Kj.
and most complete dental offices in
the city. All work and material fully
The Expert Dentists,
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
Honolulu FrencH Laundry
Still remains at 1104 King street, near
Plikoi street, and has NO connection
with the Beretanla street laundry.
Reasonable prices; gents' White SnlrU
laundered for 10c. Phon White 412.
Elegaot line of SPRING MIL
Hawley's Mffllnery Parlors
Boston Block, Fort Street.