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"With, which, is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 58.
HONOLULU; H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1895.
PECE 5 CENTS.
With which Is Incorporated the Independ
ent. Hawaiian Copyright 1y A. V. Qkar,
Juno 22, 1805.
Published every day except Sundny nt
009 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro in tho Ha
waiian Islands 8 75
Per Year., 8 00
Por Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countrios 13 00
1'nynblo Invnrlnblv tn Atlvnnco.
AdvcrtisemonU unaccompanied by
specific instructions insortcd till ordered
Advertisements discontinued beforo
expiration of specified poriod will bo
charged as if continued for full term.
Liberal allowonco on yearly and half
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 25C. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
0AHU RAILWAY &. LAND CO.
FHOM AND AFTER JULY 5, 1895.
Jr?' .3 St?
Lv Honolulu 0:40
"Pearl City 7:40
" Ewa Mill 8:10
Ar AVaianae ....
" Ewa Mill
" Tearl City
On Saturday anJ Sunday nights. Ena Mill
Passenger Train will arrive In Honolulu at
5:55 Instead of 4:55 p. in.
Freight Trains will carry Second-Class Pas
O. P. Uenison, F. C. Smith,
Superintendent. Oen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.
H. HACKPELU & CO.
General Commission Aoents.
Cor. Fort and Queon Streets, Honolnlu.
LEWER3 & COOKE,
Impoktebs and Draleus in Lumber
AND ATjTj KINDS OP BuiIiDINO
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANnPAOTORINQ JeWEIiEB AND WATOn
MAKER. Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
ntteution poid to all kiuds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Moichant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, Kuoah Mills, Boilers,
COOLKIIH, IliOS. IUAb3 AND LEAD
Mncuinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's' Blncksmithinir. .lob Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BKOKEK
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appruisemont of Real
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEl & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Stroot, Honolulu.
HAS NO EQUAL
FOIl THE HAFID CURB OV
It w pi relievo
tlio most dis
sootho tho In
I tho phlegm,
mil Induce re
For the cure of
Iiir Couch, Soro
Throat, and all
the pulmonary troubles to which the young
are so liable, there ts no other remedy so
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
MadebyDr.J.C.Ajer ACo.,Lowcll,5!ns.,l!V? A.
t3rHewuo "t cheap Imitations. Tlin ntnc
Ayer Cherry I'cctornl 1 prominent on
tin wrapper, nnd U btown In the gUtt of each
of our bottlej.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for the Ropublio of Hawaii.
Kinau streot near Punchbowl
Two front furnished rooms to
let at No. 4 Garden Lano. tf
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King St Nuunnu Streets, Honolnlu
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Stroot.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
20S Fort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Newa Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
city DRAYQE Co.
W. F. SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. General Cart
ing ii nd Drayngo Business dono.
HO YEN KEE&CO.,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc., Etc
Crockery ttfid Glassware.
Aloha Bath House.
Noxtto Marine Railway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. C85. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho promises.
Mrs. J. H. Reist.
my 15- ti
HAVE AMY DEMANDS BEEN MADE
UN THE GOVERNMENT?
Honolulu Library Asaoclatlon
Object to IIolilX Accd That
Thirtv-Fiftii Day, Jui-y 25rn.
Tho Senate was o I'ed to ordor
at 10 o'oloot this morning. Chap
lain Peok offered prayer, roll was
otllod and minutes r d
A oomm o tion waB rrcoivod
fro the House stt ng Hi-1 tho
Joint Ke&ol ioi cocrning a
groit sji 1 a. id s 1 1 for tho do-
partmonts nd ActB 5 and 11 had
pas-od the Houso
Senator Brow . rond a petition
from tho "11 oers and trustees of
the Hon -1 1. library, stating
that ssissor J than Shaw had
asonso(l the building nnd lot on
tho firatof July lust for $8000 ai.d
tho r.orsonal property of l o Asso-
ointion for H x.O and demandod
payment of t xes thereon within
thirty dnyp. Tho etition sots
forth that during tho fiftcon yours
of its existenco the library had
been exompt from taxation, that
it is purely an educational institu
tion and that its benefits aro
participated in by soho taachers,
school children and the Historical
Tho petition was roforrtid to the
Senator Baldwin from tho Com
mittee on Coiumorco roported far
orably on tho Attornoy-Genoral's
substitute for tho Korosene Oil
bill. The substitute provides for
a liconse of $10 to uso low-grade
oil, to be grantod upon filing a
$1000 bond, and allows no one to
import it except those who are to
use it. Report received to be con
sidered with tho bill.
Senator Rico from the printing
Committeo reported the Cable
bill iiB ongrossed and ready for
Senator Baldwin from tho
speoial committee on tho Currency
bill roported in favor of th pas
sage of tho bill and tho amend
ment adding tho word "respec
tively." This word makes cortain
an ambiguity in the bill.
On motion the report was adopt
ed by a unanimous vote, and the
bill was ordort-.d ongrossed.
There being no regular order of
tho day tho Korosone oil bill was
taken up, and on motion the sub
stitute wus considort-d in place of
tho original. Tho bill passed its
eocond reading and was ordored
Senate Bill 12 to promote cablo
construction camo p on its third
redding aud was passed by a un
Sfiiator McCandloss requested
tho Minister of Foreign Afluirs to
furnish information aa to whether
any demands hud boon made on
the Government which have arisen
out of the lato tiMublos, if in Uio
opinion of the minister it is politic
to mako tho game public at this
Senator Baldwin was granted
leave of absenoo uutil Monday.
Tho Senate thun adjourned till
Houso met at 10 a.m.
Ministor Damon, in reply to
tho queBtionB of Mr. Cluney re
garding tho sale of confiscated
opium sent to Victoria, B. 0.,
presented an oxtrtot from a lottor
received from F. B. MoStooker,
Deputy Collector Gonoral, ob
"Honolulu, July 23, 1895.
"Hon. S. M. Damon,
"Minister of Fimr co,
"Ropublic of Hawaii.
"Sir, 1 bog horowith to sub
mit the following statemtnt ra
sale of opium.
"During tho year 1894, sovoral
attempts were made by Mr. JaB.
B. Ouftlo tosoll thoHCOumulations
of opium stored in tho opium
vault at the Custom Houso, sever
al offers had been made but nono
wiMi sufficient guarantees as to
exportation, such as landing cer
tificates in port of destination,
through bills of lading, etc.
It being doomed wise that
personal attention should bo
givon the matter the undersignod
wus appointed as an agont ot tho
Board of Health and directed to
proooed to San Francisco, thonco
to Victoria, and secure tho best
results obtainable subject to cor
tain stipulations, reshlpping, etc.
Proceeding to San Franoisco I
authorized Mr. Ohas. T. Wildor,
Hawaiian Consul Gonoral, to re
ceive bids on the opium; such
bids to ba submitted to ine on my
return from Viotoria, to which
port I at onco proccedod. Arriv
ed nt Viotoria nnd having placed
myself in communication with It.
P. llithot, Hawaiian OtiBtil
at that port, and tho Cus
toms authont os, I proceeded to
disposo of tho opium; from the
start I found that tho California
opium, which constituted the bulk
of that in our hands, being sub
ject to heavy duty (TJ. S. GlfB.
C. 55 per lb.) and being of vory
inferior quality was practically
unsalable. Finally nrrangemont
were made through R. P. Rithot
& Co. for the pale of the entire
lot. The sale boing made subjoot
to approval by Jas. B. Castle and
on ninety days option being givon
to that effoct. I would here stale
that tho buyer was tho only one
eithor in Snn Franoisco or Viotoria
who bid on total. Tho others de
clining in toto to consider the
California opium. Tho salo was
185 lbs net Hongkong opium, at $3. ...I 540
428" " Victor! opium, nt $3 850
105" " California opium, nt II S 1081
f. o. b. in Honolnlu, through bill
of lading and landing certificate,
domanding monoy to bo deposit
ed with R. P. Rithot & Co. prior
"Returning to San Francisco I
mot several partios but could re
ceive no bid to include tho Cali
fornia. Roturning to Honolulu,
tho offer as above designated,
submitted to and wus accoptod by
Mr. Jas. B. Castle, Collector-General.
And shipment mado bv S.
S. Miowera, Feb. 7, 1S95. Owing
to fermentation, handling, etc,
considerable loakage occurcd for
which claim was made through
R. P. Rithot & Co. and accopt
od by Mr. James B. Castlo, Col
lootor - Gonoral. Not, subject to
informers claim was $2!44b.40.
Mr. Olunoy ftated that ho had
asked the question because Aroh.
Gilfillan had boon complaining
about town that ho hud not re
coived his duo sharo cf tho re
words for seizures.
Minister Damon replied that
he witB glad to have mombors ask
questions about his departments.
It waB tho only way the publio
could cot information about
A mossage from the Senate an
nounced its adoption of House
amendments to tho Supplomt'ntary
Mr. Richards reported from tho
printiug oommitteo with copios of
the Land bill as nmendod by tho
Senate, but as yet only tho Eng
lish version. After discussion of
various motionB for dealing with
tho bill, it was decided to take it
up for consideration in tho after
noon, when the Hawaiian vorsiou
would ho ready.
Mr. Kamauoha moved that the
financo committoe invostigato.and
report at noxt session, on the ad
visability of contiuuii g the sub
sidy to tho Oahu Itailway it Lund
Co. and other subsidies. Lost.
At 11:45 the Houbg took roceer
till 1:30 p.m.
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EIGHT l.EKGTWP.I ,
One Hundred I'conlo tlHqu'r
tho Falllne of a IlUtlifiiiC"
LateM New by tho Alton.
Tho final heat between the
Carnell University and Trini
Hall, Cambridgo, crews was ro
at Honley-on-Thamos on Julyj
J 10th. Fonnoll of Carnell wa '
soizod with cramps in the region
of tho heart soon after the raco
began and gave out. Tho Eng
lishmen won by eightrlengths, al
though was two lengths ahead 6c
the first quarter.
Tho Casino building at Atlantic
City, NowJorsoy, collapsed dur
ing a social session-to visiting
members of tho Ordor of Elkc.
Over ono hundred peoplo were in
jured and ono killed.
The Republican Convention of
lowu stopped their proceedings to
boom Senator Allison for. the
Tho stearoor Kate with tho
Greenland Scientific Expedition
on oonru uns suileu to tho rehet
of Lieutenant Peary and party.
A whole family of counter
feiters has boen arrested at Loe
Tho champion pacor, Robert J.,
with a record of 2.014, niado the
Inst quarter of a milo in half a
minute at La Crosso, Wis.
Ex-president Luis-Bogran of
Honduras is doad. .,
Case and Poolo.ffho Oregon
train robbers, hava.fcoBn held to
answer to tho UniteJH3tates Cir
cuit Court at RoseburyAOregon,
on tho charge of robbing tho
United Stutes mails.
Former Fp'nlifiia; of the new TVImrr
Iiflfckaicane of tho Uark
Tho wharf damaged slightly by
tho steamor Mariposa this morn
ing, as roported in our shipping
column, is tho same ono that the
stoamor Zealandia cut 20 feet of
tho corner off four yoart. ago, just
after tho wharf had boen built
under Miuister Thurston. It was
hotwoen two and Three o'clock in
the morning, the Zealandia was
arriving from tho Colonies nnd,
ooming rather olose in, a suddon
gust of wind mado hor foul the
wharf. If recollection servo
rightly, tho burkentine Klikitat
was lying whoro tho OyM.Kollogg
was today, and pnrfjil Ifet .rigging
being carried nway "her gall came
down with a crash. TJw.Jja'mo
barken ti no was lying on thcAr
sido of tho wharf at tho timt' of
tho accident this morning. The
bulk Albert hud been shifted to
give the Kellogg hor bortli before
tho collision. If tho bark had
bdon in the same place she would
probably have boon crushed by
tho Bteamor's impact, as her stem
would have projected far euough
to roceivo tho blow.
A bottle of mnthy luted spirits
which hai decorated Prosidont
Wildor's desk in tho Sonnto Binoe
tho alcohol bill has boon undordia
ciiHsion was prosonted to Sonator
Baldwin this morning. Tho
lutter senator stated on applyin
for leavo of absenoo that ho hag
premonitory symptoms of siokd.
ness. which ho tlmurrlif. wmilil
Jmnturo tomorrow or noxt day.
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