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"With Which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 53.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1895.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
"With which la Incorporated tlio Indbpbjjd.
JlWnilnn Cnnvrlcht bv A.. V. Gear.
Juno 22, 1805.
il Published every day oxcopl Sunday at
COO King Street, Honolnlu, H. I.
' 8UJISCnHT10N 11ATE8.
Per Month, nnywhero in the Ha-
waiian Islands 8 7C
Per Year. 8 00
Por Year, postpaid to Amorlca,
( Canada, or Mexico 1000
v Per Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countrlos 13 00
j JPnynlilo Invnrlablv In Advnuco.
) Advertisements unaccompanied by
specific instructions inserted till ordered
Advertisements discontinued boforo
expiration of specified period will bo
charged as i( continued for (nil torm.
Lilwral allowance on yearly and half
Address nil communications to the edi
torial deportment to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
1 Telephono 256. P.O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.
MOM AND AFTEH JULY 5, 1895.
w JSfiO WO -5Ph
, V Pearl City
, ',Ewa Mill
" Pearl Cily
On Saturday and Sunday nights. Ewa Mill
Passenger Train will arrlvo In Honolulu at
5:55 Instead of 4:55 p. m.
Freight Trains will carry Second-Class Pas
G. P. Denison, F. C. SMun,
Superintendent. Gen. Pass. fc Tkt. Agt.
H. HACKFEIiD & CO.
Geneiiaij Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Rtroeta, Honolnlu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
iMPOnTERS AND DeATjEKS IN IiTJMBEIt
AND AIiIj KINDS OP BuiIiDINa
MANUPAOTuniNa Jewemsr and Watoh-
Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campboll Blook, - - Merchant Streot.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
StkauiEnqines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron. Drabs and Lead
Mochinory of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Snips' BlaoksrailhiuK. Job Work ox
couted nt Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEIl AND 8TOCK WICKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Apprnisomont of Real
Estnto and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doolors in Lurabor nnd Coal
and Building Maturing of all
HAS NO EQUAL
on trna rapid cube .or
It wfl relievo
the most dis
soothe tlio in.
i brane, loosen
fund Induce re-
For the cure ot
ing Cough, Sore
Throat, and nil
tho pulmonary troubles to which the yuuuc
are so liable, there Is no other remedy so
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Mutator Dr. J.O.Ajer ft Co., Lowoll,Mi.,U.B.A.
t37"Ileware of cheap ImltAtlont. The nnme
Ayer's Cherry I'eetornl I prominent on
thi wrapper, and U blown In the gUit of ticn
ot our bottles.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd.
Solo Agents for tho Bcpnblio of Hawaii.
Kinau street near Punchbowl
' T . -rfctrect my2l
Two front furnishod rooms to
lot at No. 4 Garden Lano. tf
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuuanu Street!, Ilbiinlulu
Choico Liquors and Fino Beor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Praotioal Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hbtol Street,
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE ANP RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
206 Fort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian News Company's
Book Store my 13.
CITY DRAYQE Go.
W. F, SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Oo., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayage Business douo.
HO YEN KEE&CO.,
iX STVLUBL33.VI. Dtroot,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc.. Etc
Crookory and Glassware.
Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Marino Hull way. Iiatb
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought freo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. C8C. Furn
ished rooms to lot on tho promises.
Mrs. J. H, Reiht. ,
my 16-1 'ii
m r .
I I CHERRY )
THE SENATE ADJOURNS OVEK TO
HepreamtfttlTe irlcnrydo Ak tlio
Rllnlater of the Interior Some
TWFNTV-NINTH DAY, JULY ' 19tII.
President Wilder enlled tbo
Sonnte to order at 10 o'clook. this
Roll onllod and ten Sonators
answered to their nntnes.
Minutes of proceding meeting
read and approved.
A communication was received
from the Amoricun Leaguo ndvo
euting the passage of tho bill to
incorporate the Honolulu Electric
Ruilwny Company. On motion
tho petition was laid on the table
to b considered with tho bill.
Senator Schmidt from tho Com
mittee on Commerco roported ad
versely on tho bill to allowlow
grade korosone to bo withdrawn
from the Custom House. . On
motion of Senator Watorbouse
the report was adopted by a un
animous vote. This vote kills tho
bill in tho Semite.
The samo Senator roportod from
tho Biime committeo on the aloo
bol .bill. The recommendation of
the 'committee is to fix tbo duty
on alcohol ut a uniform rate of
$3.50 per gallon. Other chat gee
in the old bill are also recom-
montlM,-' ..Jt no repari waB iaui on
the tablo to bo oonsidored with
Act 5 making supplementary
appropriations was taken up, read
tho third time and passed by a
Tho Senato thon adjourned to
10 a. m. Monday.
House mot at 10 a.m.'
Answers woro received from the
Minister of tho Interior to ques
tions asked by Mr. Rubor tson, as
"In answer to the qnestion put
by Representative Robertson as
to whethor or not a petition bos
boen rocoived by tho Exeoutive
from certain residonts of Hono
lulu, rotating to the removing of
tho powder magazine from its
present looation; if so, to statu
whether any action is proposed
to be takon thereon, I beg to re
ply that a petition dated April 16,
1895, was received, and the mat
ter is under consideration, but
the Government have not as yet
been ablo to determine on a site
that would be in a safor locality
and at the same time within a
reasonable distance for the con
venience of those storing powdor."
"In answer to the question put
by Representative Robertson as to
whether the landing at Kipahulu,
Maui, is public or privato pro
perty, 1 begj to reply that tho
same is privato property, tho
Government having no intorost
An answer was also read from
tho Minister of the Interior to
questions by Mr. Kamauoha, us
"In reply to tho questions of
Representative G. P. Kamauoha
"1st. To obangi of Govern
ment road at'Napoopoo, South
"2nd. As to tho payment. of any
olaiinH for dumuges that may be
caused by land to bo taken for
"1 would respectfully sUto:
"1st. Thoro was no petition for
a road at Napoopoo, but the Min
ister of tho Intorior, tognthorwith
tho Superintendent of Public
Works and Mr. Brunor, rodo
through Koim to inspoot roads und
found tho boBt settlod portion of
the up nor Govomment road in
Kona, North und South, to be at
Kuinuliu and Keilnlcokua, and
they bad no wagon roiid to any
landing, oxcopt the rough, stoep
one to Kaawaloa.
"Mr. Bruner was instructed to
make tho nocossnry survoy and ho
found the beet route would bo ob
tained at tho loast oxponso by re
grnding tho upper Government
road from Popoua church towards
Hookona and continuing the
grado to Napoopoo. "Work on
this improvement has boon com
menced. "2nd. Property owners will bo
reimbursed for any damage cauaod
by the road cutting through their
land, us soon as tho papers giving
tho Govomment rt right of way
have boen signed. Negotiations
for this purpose aro now in pro
gress." A message from tho Sonato an
nounced the passu go on third
rending in that body of the bills
to prevent foot binding and to
encourage certain agricultural en
terprises. Mr. Robertson presontod a
minority roport of tho judiciary
committoe, signed by himself, ro
commouding' for reasons given tho
indefinito postponemouc of the bill
to amend the law regulating ap
peals from District Justices'Courts
to the Circuit Jndges of the Seo
ond, Third, Fourth and Fifth Cir
cuits. On motion of Mr. Pali tho
roport was laid on the . table to bo
oonsidored witb tho bill.
Mr. McBryde propounded tho
following quostions to tho Minis
tor of tho Interior:
"1. By what authority is tho
work on the building to enoloso
now pumping plant in Honolulu
now boing conductod?
'2. Is it being ptiformed un
"3. Tho amount of the con
tract and date of award? Dito
uf publication for tendors for
The Senate bill making supple
mentary appropriations for the
use of tho Government of tho Re
publio of Hawaii for tho two years
ending March 31, 1896, was takon
A blunder was d'scovored by
Mr. Kaoo in the Hawaiian ver
sion whioh was corrected.
Mr. Ryoroft raieed'nn objection
to voting tho lump sum of 4 14,000
for support and maintonanoo of
prisoners withoutany information
from tho Executive.
The item passed.
Mr. Kaeo wanted to reduco the
item of 5000 for Citizens' Guards.
They had just voted S21.C00 for
tho standing arm', and ho did
not see why tho citizens should
havo to protect the Government.
Mr. Kamauoha supported the
item, saying tho Government knew
what it waB for.' Mr. Knoo asked
if any of the money would be
spent for tho nativo company.
Mr. Robertson remarked that
the objeotor did not seem to know
what he was talking about. This
was not for the volunteer corn
pan fs. Howover, as there was
no information beforo tbo Houso,
ho moved tho item bo roferrod to
the finance committeo. Carried.
Mr. Bond, aftor if 5000 passed
for stationery, books, otc, for
schools, and $3000 for ropairing
school houses camo up, moved to
add $13,600 to the lattor itom as
reoommondod by tho committoe
Mr. Robertson said the sooro
tary of tho Bourd of Education
ought to seek appropriations
through tho proper ohaunol. it
soomed his ldoas wero not ap
pro vod by his superiors.
Mr. Bond replied that tho sec
rotary suppliod the figurqs 'under
instructions of tho Board.
Mr. Rycroft knew that thoro
wero many schools throughout
tho country very much out ofro-
pair. It must bo romemborod,
though, that this was not a regu
lar appropriation bill. All largo
appropriations should go over to
tho regular session.
Messrs. Kamauoha and Hanu
na supported tho amondment.
Mr. Halualnni thonght tho'
Executivo know best when they
mado up tho bill. '
Mr. McBryde 'said tho House
wos not bound by what tho Exe
cutive put in the bill. They had
inverted items for a stoel bridge
and a firo station, but the Senate
sat on those items. There were
no estimates with the items, show
ing that the Govomment did not
know what they wantod.
Mr. Rycroft would gladlv give
$50,000 if tho Government had
the money. There was a school
noar his place whioh had been
closed eighteon months because
tho houso was uninhabitable.
The item passed at $16,650.
When the itom of $5000 for
roads and bridges, Puna, was
reached, Mr. Ryoroft responded!
to a laughing remark by saying
that was for tho Volcano road
Thoro wob not a bridge in all Pu
na. The item pnssed.
Mr. Kamauoha moved to in
sert' an itom of $3000 for a road
from Kohala to Wnimou.
Mr. Kaoo moved to insert $4000
for roads and bridges on Kauai.
Mr. Richards put in a word for
Hilo district, saying no place to
the islands was moro in need of
roads. He moved to insert $3000
for tho Honomu mad, $5000 for
grading Maulua gulch and $10,000
for roads and bridges in Hilo.
Mr. Rycroft spoke in bohalf oE
roads to tho cofibo farms of 01aak
telling of tho great oxponso set
tlers had to bear in getting lumber
and other supplies to their lots..
j.jui wnat was tno goou oi appro
priating money when they knew
thoy could not get it?
Mr. Richards in answer to quos
tions about the prison labor. Hilo
was gotting, said it cost more than
froe day's labor. Tho Hilo peo
ple had to put up $10,000 for
bonds to got tbo prison labor.
Mr. Ryoroft told of & contract
lot at $3700 for work ihat could
havo beon done for $650. That
was the way tho money was going.
Mr. Rooortson asked if an ele
gant boulevard wus not being con
structed from the Volcano House;
to Puna at a cost of $3000 a mile.
Mr. Rycroft answered that the
road was going through Govern
ment land, and whenevor it was!
built every foot of land would be.
takon up. Mr. Thurston saw that
The motions for tho Kohala and.
Waimea road and the road through.
Mnulua gulch passed. The other
motions for road items wero not
Mr. Kaoo got $250 for repairs
to tho Koloa courthouse.
Mr. Kamauoha failed to get
$150 for a fence around tho Ko
hala courthouRO. ,
Mr. Rycroft moved to insert
$1800 for telephonic connection
between Pohoiki courthouse and.
Mr. Kamauoha thought the
mover ought to wait a while.
Mr. Richards said there was u.
lino now being extended in thut
Mr. Rycroft, in further conten
tion for tho tolophono, remarked,
that ho had experience as a.
soldier in tho war botweon North
nnd South, and would say thut if
ho wero bringing a filibuster ex
pedition to theso islands he would
laud it in Puna. It would have,
forty-oight hours for drilling there
beforo anything would be known,
about it outside of the district.
Mr. Robertson After they got
Puna what would they have?
Mr, Ryoroft Thoy would have
tho best soil under the Hawaiian,
The motion was still ponding'
when tho Houso took roooas from,
12 m, to 1.30 p.m.
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