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loISXl and general.
Advertises in tho
i FTlinR up 872 for your Fourth of
I July pics.
V Mystic Lo.lgo.No. 2, K.ofP..
Q meets this evening.
Company D will not hold its
usual drill tins ovoning.
This is Ltulios Day nt tho Pacific
Tonnis Club's hoadqunrtors.
Thoro jjvns but n small nudionco
at tho Marqunrdt concert lust
, f Tho famous E.& WfjEnrl &
Wilson) Collars und OufTs in lat
est shapes at Tracy's.
Tho polico and firo departments
have taken extra precautions
against firo tomorrow.
The salo of Mrs. 0. O. Burger's
housohold effects by Auctioneer
Morgan took placo thia morning.
Very littlo decorating has boon
lono thus far, but a riumbor of
firms will mak a showing bofore
Ministor Castlo. tho Attorney
Gonoral and Judgo Kalua ad
dressed tho Hawaiian Iiopublicnn
Club last night
Some of tho gentlemen off tho
yacht Eloanor have engaged
quarters at Sans Souci, whioh
would look as if tho Paradise had
got a hold on thorn.
An informal public reception
will be held by President and
Mrs Dole tomorrow morning from
10 to II at tho Executive building.
Mrs. S. E. Bishop read tho an
nual roport of tho Women's Board
of Foreign Missions at tho meet
ing yesterday, and Mrs. Cooper
told about her work among the
poor of New York
Thero were fourteon cases on
tho police court calendar this
morning, most of which went ovor
to Fritfiy. One defendant paid
$5 fine for assault and battery and
ono drunk the usual $3. Two li
oensj cases we're nolle pros'd.
Till: LAND UIIiL PllUOnESSING
ItAPIDbY IN Till: NENATE.
ItobcrKon'H Act to Jlcsuluto the Salo
of Alcohol SUcumicd III tho
SEVENTEENTH DAY. JULY 3.
President Wilder called 'tho
Somite to order at 10 o'clock this
morning. After prayer by tho
chaplain tho minutes wero read
The bill relating to the restric
tion of Ohinoso Immigration was
reported from tho Hduso.
Senator Bice roported tho Act
to prtvent tho wautou destruction
Senator Wilcox gavo notioo of
his intention to introduce an Act
relating to tho public schools of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
The Sonato then took up tho
consideration of tho Land bill,
commencing with seotion 44
which was passed.
Some discussion on section 45
arose over tho subdivision whioh
prohibits tho salo of liquor or
opium on tho loasod lands. The
special committoe recommended
that tho prohibitory olauso be
striokon out on tho ground that
the present law was amply sufli
oiont. Tho subdivision was strick
en out by a largo majority, al
though Minister Hatch favored it.
At noon the Senate took a recoss
to 1:30 p m.
Under suspension of tho rules
Senator Waterhouso of tho speoial
committoo to whom was referred
Senator MoCandless' resolution
on the tunnel from Nuuanu to
Koolaupoko reported a joint rosolu
tion providing for a special com
mission of their civil engineers to
examine and roport to the next
legislature any feasible route and
its probiiblo cost.
Senator Schmidt of tho Com
mittee on Accounts stated that a
bill hud been handed tho com
mittoo for printing dono previous
to tho Bitting of tho logislaturo.
It was dcoulod that tho bill,
whioh it is understood was
for printing ordcrod by tho Exo
cutivo Council, must bo roforrod
to tho partios ordoriug tho work
dono for allowance and payment.
Tho Sonato will nay no bills ox
copt oxpressly ordered by it or its
Tho Sonato then took up tho
Land bill again with tho intontion
of finishing it beforo adjournment.
Aftor opening routine at 10
this morning, a report from tho
printing committeo was recoived.
Mr. Kamauoha fcavo notico of a
bill to amond tho law rotating to
Under tho ordor of tho day,
thoro came up for scoond rending
Mr. Robertson's bill "to provide
for tho importation and salo of
alcohol for medical purpnsos, and
of methylated Bpirits." Tho peti
tion of local physicians in its favor
Mr. Kamauoha was afraid that
tho articlos would bo improperly
usod. Tho bill ought to be re
ferred to a committoo.
Mr. Ryoroft spoke of tho ex
tensive use of alcohol in certain
mechanical trades, saying that a
potition from tho mechanics would
be quiokly forthcoming if re
quired. Mr. Kamauoha was still of
opinion that great caro should bo
usod. In Hana ho know that boor
was mado in tho morning, which
by noon was strong onough. to
mako people drunk. Ho made
inquiry and was informed that tho
boor was strengthened with al
cohol. Where did its makers get
tho alcohol, if not from tho li
censed druggists 1
Mr. Robertson said tho conduot
of some of the mombors in tho
back row reminded him of a horse
from tho country,brought to town
for tho first time; it shied at every
little pieco of paper it saw in the
road,. Tho only changes mado
from tho existing law was tho
reduotion of duty on alcohol, for
medical and mechanical purposes,
and thn imposition of increased
restrictions to prevent the salo of
alcohol for uthor purposos. At
Lprosent the duty on alcohol ranged
from 57.00 to $10 a gallon accord
ing to strongth, and this bill pro
posed to reduco it to $2 und $250.
The motion to refer to a com
mittee was lost.
Mr. Hanunu said the bill was
left to the Legislature by tho Ad
visory Counoil. It was wanted
by the doctors to reduco the cost
of medicines, but nothing had
beon hoard from tho people to
show' that they wanted tho bill.
There was nothing beforo tho
house to Indicate that tho price in
medicines would bo reduced o!
consequeuco of this bill. Ha
moved the bill bo laid on the
Mr. Robortson said if tho
dootors did not bring down thoir
prices, tho act proposed could bo
repealed. People complained of
tho high price of medicines, not
knowing that it was partly duo to
the high duty on alcohol.
Mr. Rycroft said ho had charge
of Government medicines for the
natures in Pima, and Dr. Bond
would not furnish him with
alcohol on account of its
cost. In consequonce tho pooplo
brought back medicines ho mix
od, which had brcomo spoiled by
fermentation. The bill guarded
against the procuring of alcohol
for adulteration of drink.
Mr. Kamauoha renewed his
motion for reference, which car-'
ried and tho bill was referred to
tho sanitury committoo.
Mr. Kamauoha presontod a
potition from horaostoadersf Puu
kapu, Waimea, Hawaii, praying
that tho prico of their land bo ro
duced to $1 an aoro.
Mr. Hnnuna thought tho poti
tion was rather too late, tho land
bill having been engrossed and
sent to tho Sonato. V
Mr. Kamauoha moved the poti
tion bo roforrod to tho Senate, to
which Mr. Robortson objoctod as
irregular. The motion was lost
and tho bill was laid on the table
to bo considered witli tho land
bill when it was returned to the
At 11:15 the House adjourned
till 10 o'clock Friday morning.
EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 3, 1805.
K. of P.
A conyonlion of Mystic Lodgo
No. 2, will bo hold this Wodncs
dayovcniiig at 7:30. Important
business will bo transacted in
roforonco to by-laws. '
By ordor 0. 0.
A. E. MURPHY, P.O.,
40-ft K. 11. & S.
HT. SINGER, for six years foroman with
i Swnln on Butler Btreet, makes the
most delicious Pies of any baker in Hono
lulu. Minco l'ios n specialty. Cakes and'
Ic Croam furnished for balls or families.
SINGER'S BAKERY. Kino Street
Tolophono 872. 4U-"
AT 3:30 1. M.
UNKNOWNS vs. STAR.
4th of July Sports
PRIZES WILL BE OFFERED
For the following sports:
Antiques and Horribles.
Best sclcectcd character, $20.
Ilcst sustained diameter, 10.
Best character on blcvcle. $15.
Host sustained character ou cycle, $10.
10 oars barge raco, f30.
0 oars gliding scat barge, silver cup.
i oars dingy race, t5.
Whale boat raco, fl5.
IPO yards race. 1st and 2d medals.
Standing broad lump, 1st and !M medals.
Running broad Jump, 1st and 1M medals.
Polo vault, 1st and -1 medals.
Quarter mild race, 1st and 2d medals.
IS yards linrdlu race, 1st and Sd medals.
Running high jump, 1st and 'Jd medals
Jim Kaharana race, 1st and Sd medals.
Ring tournament, 1st and Sd medals.
Greasy polo climbing, $5.00
Catching' greasy pig (5.00,
llaskct potato race, (juvcnllo) W and ?3.
Hoot and shoe raco, (juvenile) 1 and 2.
bo madeut tho Hawaiian
Entries close at 1 o'clock
July Sd 18lO.
And Now Comes
Oahu Railway and Land
To assist tho Public in celebrating tho
Grand Opening of. their
Line of Road to
Fifteen miles of additional beautiful
Trains will loavo Honolulu at 8:45 a.m.
and 1:40 pm, returning will arrivo in Ho
nolulu at 12:55 a. lu. and 5:55 p, m.
1.50 ROUND TRIP TICKET.
P. C. Smith,
37-td Gou'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Children's Muslin Embroided
In now pretty desigus.
Infant's Muslin and Silk Bonnets,
A largo assortment, latest patterns.
Infant's Embroidered Cashmere Cloaks,
In short and long, cream and tan.
Infant's Long and Short Dresses.
A LAUOE AHSOKTMEXT 01"
Sun Bonnets -:- Sun Bqnnets
In lawn and ohambry, wliito, pink, It. bluo, cardinal and navy.
A NEW MNE Or
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Ladies' Shirt Waists.
For $1.00 at
020 Fort Street,
sparkling effervescence, and its remarkable health-giving qua
lities; mako it invaluablo as a refreshment for the children and
the grown-up folks. It is not only a strictly tomporanco bev
erage, but a drink that satisfies every thirst; toning tho sto
mach, building up tho system and creating an appetite for
good, healthful food. Thero is only ono genuine
A pure, healthful andjhonestly-made extract of Nature's best
Roots, Barks, Herbs and Berries Hires' Iioofbcer.
A Paokage of Extract makes Five Gallons
of this Delicious Drink.
Made only by the CHARLES E. HIRES CO., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"Your Root Beer is excellent na n bovortigo niul nets liko a tonic. I
. would linvo nopther. Wo use it on our tnblo nil sumtnor instead of tea o "
wntor. Rev. M. L. Andamwje, Pittsburgh, i'a., TJ. S. A."
"I do) not know how wo should got nloiif? without your Root Beer. Wo
hnvo used it for n nuinbor of years niul think it tho most delicious drink,
and bo simple to mnko. My fnthor sells n groat many package, especially
during tho warm weathor. Mns. S. W. Okaiuc, 211 ahawmut Ave., Grand
Rapids, Midi., U. S. A."
Hobron Drug Company Wholesale Druggist
Benson, Smith & Company " "
IloLUSTER Dnoa Company, L'd , " "
Lewis & Company Grocers
No lottery, raJUeorgamoof clmiiee, but n atralgul business proposition JZieryixrum who
jmrchatea ono of our New Troeuis Stovea between Tiiuusbai Mohnino, Ju.n2T, unil Ono
o'clock Wednesday, Avoust 7. will be cntitkd to ono f?uc6H us to how many of thisc stoves
will bo ebm up to tliattline,lt bent; tlicn just live iiiohuih since mo nrsi siovo was tiurcnascu.
Tho person guessing corrcctl) ior eomlnjr nearest to tlio cornet number, will reecho at once
a present In cash of the lull amount paid for his stove; In case of two ormoru persons KUcssinir
the winning number, each shall mako a fuitlicr guess on tho sales or tho following week, ono
person thus llnally rccehlnL' tho prize.
As the stoves will be eolil at regular price, no ono rUKs uuythlng. only If jou guess nearest
to the right number your stovo coats jou nothing Tho prize being simply an ail. for New Pro
Seal your guess In an envelope ami place jour name and address on tho Inside, and somo
private mark on tho outside. Tlio envelopes will be arcfully kept and no ono but tbo gucsscrti
w 111 know what Is insldo each until the ditto ot opcnlm:. A correct list of stoves sold'.wlll
bo hung up before the opening of envelopes, which will bi dune at our store In the Waring
block, Port and Bcrctanla, at 1 p.m. on August 7, in tlio presence of otovo purchasers and tho
C. V. STURD.EVAJNT,
Wuring Block, To'. 991, P. 0. Box, 162. Cor F nl ..ml Bor. Sts.
to tho grand parents, tho whoie
family can dorivo comfort,
health and happiness from tho
groat tomporanco bovorage,
Hikes' Root Beek. It is pre
eminently -a homo requisite
mado at homo and drank at
home. Its delicious flavor, ics
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