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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 17, 1895.
Monday, June 17.
Tho Sonato ctine to order at 10
'o'clock. After prayer by chaplain
Peck tlio roll was called. All
tho members present except Son
ator Brown and Baldwin.
Minutes of preceding mooting
read and approved.
At 10:1)0, Senator 13rovu arriv
ed and read tlio roportof tho Com
mittee on llulcs, and presented a
druft of tlio samo. The roport
shows tlmt some changes havo
been made in tho printed draft
furnishod by the government.
Sonator Brown moved that tho
Senate tako up the consideration
of tho report, which enrriod.
At this point Major Potter pre
sented the message of tho Pre
sident. Tho rending of tho rules oenn
pied ono hour. Sonntor "Wator
houso moved their adoption.
President Wilder stated that ho
would announced the standing
committees at tho nftornoon ses
sion. Tho President's messngo was
then read and filed,
Tho Sonato then adjourned till
At the opening of tho nftornoon
session, President Wilder an
nounced the following standing
Commtltou n Foivign Eola
tions 11 1? Baldwin ,Couil Brown,
Committee on Judiciary Cecil
Brown, P S Lyman, W Y Horner.
Committee on Finance Henry
Waterhouso, II W Schmidt.
Committee on Public Lands and
Iiitornil ImprovoMionU F S h$ -man,
II P Baldwin, J A McCand
less. Comiuittco on Commerce, Agri
culture and Manufactures II P
- 'Baldwin, II W Schmidt, W Y
Committee on Education and
Public Health -G N Wilcox, H
Waterhousu, J Kauliane.'
C.'inmitteo on Military J A
Med ud less. W 11 Bice, J N
Committoe on Eurollniont, Re
vision ami Printing--W U Rico,
J A McUaiulli'SS, A Hocking.
Committee on Auc units H W
Schmidt, Chas Notloy, A Hock
ing. Committee on Ilules and Joint
Kules Cecil Brown. "W H llico,
H P Baldwin.
Committeo on MiBcollanoous
Petitions W Y Hornor, Homy
AVttterlioiiKc, P Northrop.
SenaUr Brown movPtl that
tho rules adopted today bo refer-
" red to tho printing committeo to
tako such action thereon as it
Tho order of tho day was then
taken up, to wit: tlio Lund Bill.
Senator Brown moved that tho
rulos bo suspondod and tho bill
bo read by its titloa. Carriod.
Sonator Brown movos that tho
bill bo roforred to n special com
mitteo of iivo. Carried. Tho Pre
sident appointed F S Lyman, It
P Baldwin, Cecil Brown, F North
rop, J A McO.uulloss.
Senator McCandloss gave notico
that ho would introduce tomorrow
a bill relating to vehiclo tires and
Adjourned to 1:30 p m tomor
row, THE REPRESENTATIVES.
Tho Houso of Representatives
mot at 10 o'clock this morning
After oponing routino Spoakor
Nttone aunounced tlio following
Foroign Relations llobortson ,
Judicinry llobortson , Kaco,
Finance McBrydo, Knmauohn ,
Government Lands and Internal
Improvements Rycroft, Hanuna,
Agriculturo and Manufactures
Clunoy, Halualani, llyoroft.
Education Bond, Pali, Ricliards
Sanitary- Ityoroft, Davis, Win
Military llnbertson, McBrydo,
Enrollmont Riclmrds, Bond,
llules liumauoha, McBrydo,
Printing Clunoy, ll croft, Ha
nuna. Miscellaneous Potitions Rich
ards, Halualani, Haia.
Mr. Bond roport jd from the
credentials committeo that Mr.
Winston's papers woto all straight.
On motion of Mr. Hanuna a
judgo was sent for t swoar in E.
Mr. Richaida uig;d tho ro
coption of a report from the com
mittoo on rulos.
Mr. Hanuna insisted on having
Mr. Winston qualified boforo any
business was done. Ho carried
his point, and a recess was taken .
Chief .lustico Judd was fetched
in a few minutes and administered
the oath to Mr. "Winston.
Mr. Robertson presented tho
report of tho committee on rulos,
which on motion was accepted to
bo considered with the rulos.
Tho consideration of tlio rules
ono by one in thoir order was
Mr. Kamauoha interrupted the
consideration with a motion to
defer, as members ought to tako
tho rules homo with them for
Mr. Hanuna wanted to go right
along. Tuu Houso could not do
business until it had rules.
AfU-r Mr. K.iii.an ilia 1. .! stx Ic
on hOver.il times, Mr. Robertson
culled him to outer on tho ground
thut reconsideration was tho only
inothod of reversing tho motion
pass-od to vonsidor tho rules ono
by one. This caused Air. Kn
mauohn to withdraw his motion
Mr. McBrydo moved that rulos
not amended by tho committee
pass without tho formality pi a
Mr. Hanuna. r.oso to tho point
that tlio motion was as far out of
order as tho ono just withdrawn.
No ruling was (,'ivon and the
Mr. Robertson, on the pay of
ollicois, explained that tho com
mittee had thought best to fix tho
pay of other officers, hosides tho
chaplain, by rule instead of leav
ing it to resolution cf tho House.
Tho pay recommended for ouch
olhcor :s as follows: Clerk, a
day; chaplain,!;, a dny; porgeant-at-arms
and inutisungor, 13.50 a
tiny . Tho pny of tho interpreter
(W. Luthor Wilcox) is not men
tioned, as ho is au official of tho
Government, boing interpreter of
the Judiciary Departmont as well
as ono of tho District Magistrates
Mr. McBrydo thought that, in
proportion to tho work done, the
chaplain's pay ws too much as
compared with that of tho serg-eant-at-arms.
Ho movod that tlio
chaplain's pay bo made $100 for
tho session as in the original
At noon a reenss waH taken till
1:30 pm. .
Ministers Damon and Smith
were present this morning.
E. O. Winston of tho Dis
trict nppoarod in his sont this
morning, having arrived from
Snn Francisco by the schooner
Spoakor Naono shows a busi
ness -liko snap in conducting tho
proceed' ings. Ho waives all use
less and timo-wasling formalities.
Import of Champagne
Into the United States
From January isl to April ist,
G. II. MUMM & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY 21,-lGl
Pommory fc Grono 0,935
Moet.t Chandon ' 8.9G3
Clunles Heidsieok '2,790
Louis Rocderer 2,190
Perrior Jouot 1,320
Irroy .t Co 1,215
Vvo. Clicquot 835
Boucho Sec 733
Dolbock fc Co 453
St. Marcoanx 209
Krug & Oo 195
wumaiuun. iv jv. J-1J aixuiiu-
polo 150 ;
Compiled From Custom House Records.
Macfarlane & Co., Lt'd.
Solo Agents for Hawaiian
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.iftiuiiua iui kj. jjl. xiLuiuiii
juH tf & Co.
Central VIeat Jaret
Lovo'd IJuildlng, Nunnuu St.
A FIRST CLASS Maifcot in every
OrilerH delivered romptlv to nil parts of
ho city .
WESTBItOOK & O VISES
27" Tolcphono lfll.
1'IEIIIIE JONES. T. A. RIJirsON.
JONES k SIMPSON,
Acconntarts & Coimiiissioii ipb.
HOUSE, LAND AND
ConvoyauciuK and Li'iil Documents
DRAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
CSyTrnuslatioiiB in French, Gorman,
Spanish, I'ortiiKueso, Dutch, Italian and
Hawaiian. Hills Collected and Accounts
Ollli-f, 5JOS Muri'liaulStroot.
Tkuu-bosb mi. V. O. Rox 'All.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches,
Orders from tho other Islands in Build-
iuB, Trimming, 1'nintiiitr, etc., etc.,
Promptly attended to.
W. V. WItlUUT, rropnotor.
(Successor to G. West.)
Principal Parts of the World,
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A Few of 0
10 yards in 11 piece for 7oc.
Pure XImen !L:awn.
12 yards in a piece for 1.50,
Our Mew lack StocMixgs
for 25c. a pair; beat any quality in
town and absolutely fast color.
Ladies' Ribbed Uradercsts
7 for S1.00.
Ladies7 Chemises Tjincn,
Laco Trimmed; 3 for 1.00.
Our W&ite Goods
(5 yards for SI. 00 is tho best value ever
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olIO Korl St root.
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sparkling effervescence, and its remarkable health-giving qua
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IVIonday, June 24,
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