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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 13, 1895.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ah Fong has a notice of power of
attornoy in this issue.
Tho grading of the extension of
Miller street is nearly completed.
, GOO Dozen Socks, just received at
Tracy's. $1.50 to .$2.40 per dozen.
Ladies Dr. Jaeger's Under Wear
at very low prices to clo30 out at
Tho closing exercises at Kame
hameha School will begin Saturday
tho 22nd inst.
Tho famous E. W. (Earl & Wil
son) Collars and Cuffs in latest
shapes at Tracy's.
A riderless horse dashed out
King street this morning. He had
broken from his moorings.
It is likely thero will be another
meeting of tho Hawaiian Jockoy
Club on tho Fourth of July.
Tho sidewalk between tho Central
Union art gallery and tho Post
office is being put in proper Bhapo.
Thero will bo special business
meeting of tho Honolulu Library
, Association on Friday evening next
at 7:30 p. m.
Full assortment of sizes in Jae
ger's Sanitary Wool Under Wear
for Men and Women at very low
prices at Tracy's.
Miss Graco Richards, assisted by
Miss Greene, will give a recital this
evening at tho residence of Presi
dent and Mrs, Dole.
Tho caso of Chock Kcam, charged
with stealing bed quilts, pillow
slips, etc., valued at $33 has been
put off till to-morrow.
Workmen are engaged in repair
ing the fanoy plaster work above
tho vorandas on tho upper floor of
the Executivo building.
Neki and Mau were fined $12
and $3 costs each in tho District
Court this morning for using ob
scene language on the street.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week os month. Terms: 25
and 60 cents per night; $1 and
$1.25 por week.
"City Carriago Co., J. S. Andrade,
manager. If you want a hack with
good horses and a careful driver
ring up Telephone 113, corner Fort
and Merchant streets. Hack at all
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will rcccivo prompt attention. All
work gurrantced to be tho samo as
done in factory.
If you want your watch repaired
If you want jewelry mado up neat
ly. If you want souvonir spoons,
or anything in tho jewelry line. H.
G. Biart, at C. Gertz's store, Fort
street, is your man. Ho was "for
ton years tho practical watchmaker
for Wenner & Co.
Tho nroliminarv examination of
W. Fernandez on tho charge of per
jury in tho second degreo before
Judgo Perry this morning resulted
in his being held to answer to tho
Circuit Court, with bail fixed at
$500. Defendant's attornoy will
take an appeal to tho Supreme
Court from tho decision.
A Rcmurknblo Cure for Rheu
matism. Westminster, Cal., March 21,
1894. Some time ago, on awaken
ing ono morning, I found that I
had rheumatism in my kneo so
badly that as I remarked to
my wife, it would bo impossible
for mo. to attend to business
that day. Romemboring that
I had some of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm in my store I sent for a bot
tle, and rubbed tho afflicted parts
thoroughly with it, according to
directions, and within an hour I
was completely relieved. One appli
cation had dono the business. It
is tho best liniment on tho market,
and I sell it undor a positive guar
antee. R. T. Haiuiis. For salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
A dozen women typists are now
provided with quarters at tho
houses of Parliament, and M. P.'a
can have as mnch typewriting as
thoy please, but at their own expense.
THE FINANCE BILLS.
Pull Text of the Bills Intro
duced by Minister Damon.
Act Making Supplementary
Appropriations for the Use of
the Government of tho Repub
lic of Hawaii for tho Two
Years ending March 31, 189G.
il enacted by the Legislature of
the Republic of Hawaii:
Skc. 1. Tho following sums
amounting to $15G,250.00 are here
by appropriated from the Public
Treasury in addition to tho sums
heretofore appropriated for tho fol
lowing purposes, namely:
Expenses of tho Spooial Sos
Bion of tho Legislature. . . .8 12,000 00
Kaiulani for tho twelve
months commencing April
1,1885 4,000 00
DEPARTMENT OF FORMON AF
FAIRS. Hand S COO 00
Hupport of tho Mi
litary io.uuu oo
Pay of Police,
Oahu 810,000 00
Pay of Jnilore,
Guards & Lunas
of Frisonors. .. . 10,000 00
Support and Mniu
tcnanco of Pri
soners 14,000 00
& Criminal Ex
penses c.ooa oo
iiaiiEAU or thulio instruc
tion. Stationery, Books
& Incidentals for
Offloo& Schools. 8 5,000 00
Houses 3,000 00
Expenses of Land '
Act of 1895 810,000 03
Landings & Buoys,
Honolulu 5,000 00
Puna... 85,000 00
Kau ... 2,000 00
liana . 1,500 00
Water Works, Run
ning Exponses of
8250 00: Water
82,000 00 7,250 00
Honolulu 4,000 00
Now Court House,
ed for WniohinuJ 3,500 00
Tolophonio Connection be
tween rxortu ivona, aoutu
KonaandKnu 3,000 00
8 156,250 00
Sec. 2. This Act shall tako ef
fect from and after the date of its
An Act to Regulato tho Currency.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of
the Republic of Hawaii;
Sec. 1. It shall bo lawful for
tho Minister of Financo to redeem
all certificates of deposit issued un
der tho provisions of Chapter 35 of
tho Session Laws of 188G and tho
amendments thereto, now outstand
ing, at thoir nominal valuo on de
mand, and all certificates so re
deemed shall bo forthwith with
drawn and cancelled by the Regis
trar of Public Accounts, in such
manner as tho Executivo Council
Sec. 2. Tho Minister of Fi
nanco may issuo or auso io uo
issued from time to timo Gold and
Silver certificates of deposit, pay
able to bearer on demand without
interest upon sotting apart as a
special deposit an equal amount of
Gold Coin of tho United States of
America and Silver Coin of tho
Hawaiian Islands or of tho United
States of America as security for
tho redemption of bucIi certificates
Sec. 3. Tho certificates issued
upon tho Gold deposit shall bo of
an uniform color and of tho res
pectivo denominations of five, ten,
twenty, fifty and ono hundred dol
lars. Tho certificates issued upon
the Silver deposit shall bo of ano
ther uniform color and of tho res
pective denominations of five, ten,
twenty, fifty and ono hundred dol-
,ars- I Tho time made by Burt Leo
Sec. 4. All such certificates jn tho trial heats last week but
shall bo signed by tho Minister of I boars out tho old saying that
Financo and countorsigned by the "trotting horses have no parti
Registrar of Public Accounts, and ' cular lineage," and aro not, so
tho special deposits of Gold and
Silver Coin in the Treasury for 4
their redemption shall bo used only
for tho payment and redemption of
such Gold and Silver certificates,
and shall be kept as special deposits
for such purpose and no other.
Sec. 5. This Act shall tako
effect from and after its approval
and all laws and parts of laws in
consistent herewith aro repealed.
An Act Making Supplementary
Appropriations for tho use of
tho Government of tho Repub
lic of Hawaii for tho Two
Years which will cud with tho
31st Day of March 189G.
lie it enacted by the Legislature of
the Republic of Hawaii:
Sec. 1. Tho following sums
amounting to $32,300.00 are here
by appropriated out of any moneys
which shall bo received by tho
Treasury during tho Biennial
Period ending March 31st, 189G,
from the loan authorized by tho
Act approved January 11, 1S93,
and by Act 1G of the Provision
al Government, approved February
18, 1898, from any surplus receipts
from deposits in the Postal Savings
Bank, and from current revenue;
provided, however, that any mon
eys advanced from current revenue,
or from deposits in the Postal Sav
ings Bank for tho objects named,
may, as soon as practicable, be re
imbursed from moneys obtained
from such loan:
NEW WHARVES, HKA WAIjIi,
DREDOING HONOLULU HAR
BOR AND BAR.
Retaining Wall, Hnalilia
manu Stream, (for Wash- ;
houses 8, 2,500 00
ROADS, BRIDGES AND LANDINGS.
King Street Steel Bridge 10,000 00
NEW BUILDILOS, VAULTS, MA
GAZINE AND HOSPITALS.
Central Firo Station (addi
tional) 19,000 00
Teaohors Cottage, Puna 800 00
H. A. A. C.
Juno 15, 1895,
AT 230 P. M. SHARP, nt
Including Carriages, Horses, Etc
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE
Hawaiian Islands, Mr. T. Ahung
will act for mo in all matters by full
power of attorney.
Attorney-in-fact for T. Ali Kin.
June 13, 1895.
to speak "born to tho purple."
liurt Leo was picked up lor a
carriago horse without refer
ence to his sire or dam ho had
the right appearance and a
smart euit that pleased his
owner, his possibilties have not
half been shown and thoro is
no telling what ho may develop
into before next season's races.
Ono of tho best of tho olden
timo trotters, Dutchman, was
a common cart horso without
any thoroughbred origin. Tho
trotter of today js but tho result
of the careful selection in mat
ing animals. Rarus, the prodigy
who first beat 2:14, was sired
by an unknown fish-huckster's
horso, who oven after he had
gotten tho wonderful cold pull
ed (i wood cart. There may bo
other horses in the islands
which, if properly handled, will
do even bettor work than Burt
Leo, their joints may want lubr
ricating and if that is the only
trouble thero is nothing bettor
than injections of oil provided
you get the right kind and
there is only ono "right kind"
and that is 'Vacuum."
We have been handling these
oils for years and can recom
mend them as tho safest oils
manufactured for use on sugar
mill or other lino mechinory.
Tho famous GOO W is hi use
on nearly all tho plantations
horo and in most of tho electric
light and power works in the
United States. In a letter to
tho manufacturers Thos. A.
"I find that tho oils
Yon have furnished,
Have proved very satisfactory ."
The Vacuum Oil is mado in
several brands, of which wo
carry GOO W, Vacuolino Engine
and Arctic Engine Oil, this
lattor for electric light, cen
trifugal and general high speed
work. It is particularly adap
ted to tho Edison system, bo-
mg used by tiio- Uiuison tom
pany and recommended by
When it comraes to prico
Nothing equals Vacuum
Becauso it is lasting.
Wo handle tho celebrated
Pennsylvania Lawn Mower
bocauso wo consider them the
best in use. Other styles have
been put upon tho market
only to bo relegated to the
back yard but you never find
a "Pennsylvania" that is not
fit for use. Thoy are easy to
run and no troublo to keep
in order. Wo have them with
10 to 21 inches blado.
Don't fllo a mower blade;
Just put a littlo oil on it
And eprinklo with cmory powder,
Thou work tho machino back
And forward and tho blado is sharp
ened. We carry tho largest stock
of Blasting Powder and tho
celebrated Hercules Powder
in this market. Tho lattor is
mado especially for us for this
climate. No ono has over
questioned our assertions re
garding packing. Our stock
comprises all sorts used in
ongino rooms and tho selection
has been carefully mado. Wo
havo a full stock.
Wo havo lately added to our
goods used in tho out of town
istricts a lot of Sherman's
celebrated Mexican Saddle
Trees. Thoy were mado to
order for us and will fit both
the ridor and tho horse.
Nothing better in this lino
has over been offered the
public and tho prices aro as
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE Co.
Friday, Saturday and JU outlay,
-1 WILL SELL -
Worth 85 to S9 for
"Worth SI to 82.50 fojf
Birds, Aigcrictcs, Etc.
E2JT Como and oxnmino tho stock JE
t3T T11h Snlo will last only
from tho 12th to tho 17th in
clusive. . & BOA3V.
514 FORT STREET.
P. O. Box 321.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacsmithing in Ali Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Painting, etc, etc,
Promptly attended to.
W. "W. AVItlOILT, Propnotor.
(Successor to G. West)
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Clans Spreckols, - - - Vice-President
W. M. Gilford. - Sccrotary nud Treasurer
Thoo. O. Portor, Auditor
agents or Tnn
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
Yiolding n safe Income
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