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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No arrests todny.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of H.,
meets this evoning.
Thoro nr only a few Boats left
for tho second Marquardt concert.
C. F. Hornor and wifo arc in
the city, having arrived on tho
W. H. Oornwoll camo over on
tho Hall in reudinoss for tho 4th
f July races.
Much interesting mattor will bo
found in tho ahippnig department
of this papor.
A dotachablo aeotion of our re
port of Dr. Cook's lecture is left
over for another issue.
D. J. Oashtnan, whoso card
-appears olsowhero, makes sails,
tonts and awnings.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Com
pany asks for tonders to erect a
cold storago building.
For awnings, sails and tents go
to D. J. Cashman, over California
Feed Company warehouse.
Tho Timo will bo agood numbor
tomorrow. Its cartoon will por
tray tho local Tammany saohom.
Thoro is littlo or nothing doing
along tho wharves, and the samo
condition of affairs provails up
Tho Hawaiian Eleotrio Com
pany advertises for proposals for
tho oroctinn of their coid storage
Articles for decorative art work
are tho subjoct of u new announce
ment by tho Pacific Hardware
Bibbons are being reeled off at
ridiculously low prices at tho
Tomplo of Fashion, and othor
.great catches nro mentioned bo
sidos iu thoir now advertisement.
On July 6 Jus. F. Morgan will
sell tho furniture and utensils of
tho Eaglo House and its cqttiigos,
under foreclosure of murtgugo as
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Tonus: 25
and 50 contspor night; $1, and
SI 25 por week.
Jus. F. Morgan will sell tho
household furmturo of Mrs. C. 0.
Bergor ut 10 o'clock Wednesday,
and tho houso will" bo opon for
inspection of the nrtiolos Tuesduy.
F. J. L.rugor, practical watch
maker, comer of Fort and Merchant-
streets. Repairing watches
a specialty. The colobrated Wien
er Iiogulutors. Just tho thing for
an appropriate presont to your
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ tnakor and tuner, can
furnish best factory reforonces.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt uttontioii All
work guaranteed to ho tuo hmiiu
os dono in factory.
Having used Ohmt bfrliiin's
Cough lUinedy in my family and
found it tobea first-clnsn articlo, 1
take pleasure iu recommending
it to my friftids. J. T Filter.
Westport. Cal. For hmIi- by nil
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents Hawaiian Islands.
"200"' is tho number most fie -quently
called over tho telephone
wires. It rings up tho United
Carriage Company's stand, where
Superior Hacks with sufo and
courteous drivers, uro always to
ho found. A complete livery
outfit, including buggies and wag
.gpnottes, furnished at tho short
Tho well known racehorse
"Billy C will arrive tomorrow
morning on thosteamer Claudine
to participate in tho 4th July
races. Ho wiib shipped to Maui
about ten days ago to assist in the
meeting of tho- Maui Bacing As
sociation but as thoro was no
horso ontered to comploto with
him, ho will have to meet his
own friond Autonomy in $ milo
mile dash at Kapiolani Park
tiii nn itrAnixci of tiii: i.Ann
in i.i. in 'rue iiou.sk,
Tho People' Senator Ann In Trie
to llnvo tho (,'nallo llcport
THIRTEENTH DAY, JUNE 28.
After tho usual prolimin-irios
tho clerk read a communication
from tho olork of tho Houso en
closing tho originals of Act 2 a
and Act 4 which had been passed
by the Houbo. On motion of
Sonator Brown both were put on
tho order of tho day.
Prosidont Wilder appointed tho
committoo on tho Hilo otpctrio
light bill as follows: Senators Mc
Candlcss, Baldwin and Notley.
The Pali road committeo re
quested firther time. Grantod.
Senator MoOandloss introduced
a resolution that tho report of tho
committoo on tho nomination of
W. B, Castlo bo givon to tho
press, and in support of it argued
that as long as a nowspapor in
which Mr. Castlo was a largo and
influential owner advocated it Mr.
Castlo oould not complain. It
was a mutter in which the publio
was rauoh interested and ho be
lioved in giving the wholo report
to the pcoplo.
Senator Brown moved that the
resolution bo considered in execu
tive session and argued that if tho
report was made publio the wholo
proceedings incident to Mr. Cas
tle's confirmation would como out.
Sen. Hocking seconded tho mo
tion. Senator McOandloss again ar
gued against this and secret ses
sions generally, claiming that the
groat unpopularity of tho Advisory
Council was caused by so much
of its work boing arranged in so
crot session. The Sonato was
elected by tho peoplo and tho peo
ple had a right to know what was
dono at all times. Flo was out
voted, however, and tho motion
was carried by tho following vote:
Ayes Kauhane, Bice, Wilcox,
Lyman, Sohmidt, Brown, Water
house, Notloy, Baldwin, Rooking
and Hornor 11.
Noes McCandless, Inrthrop
and Wright 3.
Act 2a appropriating $12,000
for tho oxponsos of tho legislaturo
was taken up, passed tho first
reading, read a second time and
passed uuder suspension of the
rules and its third reading made
the special order for tomorrow.
Tho Act to rogulate tho cur
rency was then taken up, reud tho
first timo and passed. On motion
tho bill was road by titlo a sec
ond tim and referred to the Fi
On motion tho Sonato decided
not to take up tho Lund bill until
the House had finished with it.
At 1(1.45 tho Semite went into
oxcoutiVM Heasion to consider the
n-soli.tiuii of Son" tor McCandless.
The txeoutivo h hiuu 1 stfd but
a short timo. ."vmttor McCuid
losf' motion wax duftiuted, prehu
man hy the s nn v-t iilwvo.
T 1 1 K BE I'll ICS KN TAT I VES.
Speaker Naou culled tho
llou?o t ordor and nltur the usual
preliminaries bus. ik-bs was tran
sacted as follows:
A petition wuh read from tho
Hawaiian Evaugelioul Associa
tion asking that further legisla
tion bo onactod for tho suppres
sion of tho liquor traffic.
The committeo on Publio
Health aud Education to whom
was roferrod tho petition c f the
Hawaiian Evangelical Associa
tion relating to tho evils arising
trom prostitution reported that
fhe present laws were comprehen
sive and rigorous enough but the
difficulty lies in thei enforcement.
Laws of this nature can only
partially reach tho evil, and whilo
they are to an extent effective,
much dopends upon the moral
Eontimont of tho community.
Under the circumstances the
committeo doeH not recommend
further legislation at present.
Bep. Robertson of the Judiciary
EVENING' BULLETIN,. JUNE 28,
Committeo rocommonded that tho
potition of physicians and drug
gists in rotation to tho alcohol
law bo laid on tho tablo to bo
considered with any bill that
may bo brought in.
Under Biisponsion of tho rules
Bop. Kamauoha read a petition
signed by 83 mombors of tho dis
trict, asking that tho place of
mooting of tho Circuit Court bo
transferred from Kau to Kona.
Bop. Bohortson on hohalf of tho
Judiciary Committeo ronorted
favorably on tho Aot to allow
deputy-shorift's to administer
oaths. Under suspension of tho
rulos the act Was road a second
timo, passed, orderod engrossed,
and raado tho special ordor for
Tho Houso thou took a short
recess, aftor which tho Land bill
camo up on its third reading. It
is road from tho Hawaiian copy
and translated into English. Tlie
reading will occupy the Houso
for tho rest of tho day.
Mrs. Dr. Winslow and child
loft for tho Coast on tho Alameda.
TT IS TO BE "short horso soon
curriod" with this sossion of
the Logislaturo,andit is probublo
that some important measures
will bo overlooked. Tho mattor
of inducing immigration from tho
Unitod States is ono thut should
have tho attention of the members
without much delay. Tho more
people that are hero permanently
the bettor will ho tho businoss of
overy storo keeper on tho islands.
A good farmer is worth some
thing to the storo kooper who sells
honest goods at low prices, that's
us. We aro offering ribbons all
widths at prices that actually
mako us ashamed to toll you what
thej' are. Tho coats of our rivals
turn green with envy when thy
hoar of thorn. Wo have them in
every concoivahlo shade.
Our stock of undorwenr has
never been equalled, much loss
oxcellod in either quality or prico.
It is abBolutoly tho best at what
you pay for aseoond or third class
artiolo. It was only bychanco that
wo secured the stock of a well
known dealer in San Francisco,
(overstocked was his excuse for
disposing of it), and as wo got'
them far below tho market value
wo aro enabled to give you tho
benefit of our good luck. Thoy're
going rapidly, thoso suits, and you
must speak quick if you want
If you are thinking about get
ting a riding or bicycle suit you
had bettor look into our ladies,
cloth and sorgos. Tho quality is
right and so is tho prico. All
shados and desirable widths.
THE THBHl FASHION,
51J) Fort Street.
Tho exhibition by tho Mem
bers of tho Kilohana Art
League has given decorative
art an impetus such as has not
been felt for years. Tho China
painting fad has reached us
and some handsome specimens
were shown in tho art rooms.
Tho material for doing the
work camo from us and we
now have in stock an elegant
assortment of Lacroix Tube
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplers used in this class of
work. Our ctock is complete
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods now. Prices about as
cheap as you ever heard of.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
A Few of Our Specials :
10 yards in a pieco for 75c.
Fare I5nen Lawn
12 yards in a pieco for 1.50.
Oue? Iffew Black Stockings
for 25c. a pair; boat any quality in '
town and absolutely fast color.
Ladies Ribbed SJaidervests
7 for $1.00.
Ladies'' Chemises Linen,
Lace Trimmed; 8 for 1.00.
Our Wbite Goods
G yards for $1.00 is tho best value over
520 Fort Street,
jh mm ULumuiitl.y u. X1UU1U requisite
111 M made at homo and drank at
P I home. Its delicious flavor, ics
sparkling effervescence, and its remarkable health-giving qua
lities, mako it invaluable as a refreshment for tho children and
the grown-up folks. It is not only a strictly temperance bev
erage, but a drink that satisfies overy thirst; toning tho sto
mncli, building up tho systom and creating an appetite for
good, healthful food. There is only ono genuine
A pure, healthful and honestly-made extract of Nature's best
Roots, Barks, Herbs and Berries Hires' Rootbecr.
A Package of Extraot makes Five Gallons
of this Delioious Drink.
Made only by the CHARLES E. HIRES CO., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"Your Root Beer is oxcollont na a bevorngo nnd acts like a tonio. I
would linvo no other. Wo uso it on our table all summor inatond of ten o-wntor.--Rev.
M. L Andaiiiese, Pittsburgh, i'n., U. S. A."
"I do not know how wo ebould get along without your Root Beer. Wo
bavo U6cd it for a. numbor of years nnd think it tho most dolicioua drink,
nnd bo simple to mnke. My fnthor soils a groat ninny packages, especially
during tho warm wonthor. Mits. S. W. Olauk, 211 ahnwmut Avo.. Grand
Rapids, Mioh., U. S. A."
IIomtON Duua Company "Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company "
HoLLiSTKH Duua Company, L'd " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
THIS SPACE RESERVED
M. S. LEVY
to tho grand parents, tho whoie
family can derive comfort,
health and happiness from the
groat temperance beverage,
Hikes' Boot Beer. It is pre-
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