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"With, which i Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. fin.
HONOLULU. H. T., "WEDNESDAY, JULY Hi, 18!)5.
riUCE 5 CENTS.
With which 1 Incorporated tlio lNiniT.M-
Ilnwnilnu Copyright by A. V.. Oiun,
.huio 22, isor.
I'ubllRhecl overy day except Sunday nt
GOO King Street. Honolulu, 11. 1.
1'cr Month, nnywhoro In tho Iln-
witlinn Talamls 8 7"
Vvr Year. 8 (X)
1'or year, postpaid to America,
, Canada, or Mexico 10 00
i Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 1.1 00
I I'nyaltlo Invnrlulilv In Atlvniico.
I Advertisements uu.iuuoinpanied by
i specific InslructionH inserted till ordered
Advertisements discontinued before
expiration of npi-uiiird period will bo
charged as if continued for full term.
Liberal allowance on yearly and hnlf
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Tolephono 230. 1'. O. Box 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
0AHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTKH .Tl I.Y 5, 1895.
" Ewrt Mill
r .m .
" Ewa Mill
" l'cnrl City
On Sntunlny ami Sunday night. Kua Mill
Passenger Train will nrrlvu In Honolulu at
5:55 Instead of 4:.").') n. m.
Freight Trains w 111 curry Secoiul-CIass Tas
(1. 1'. Dkmson, F. C. Smith,
Superintendent. (ien. l'ass. & Tkt. Agt.
H. HACKPELD & CO.
Qeneiuij Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Sheets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
Isiroivrcas and DruLnits in Lumueii
AND ALIi KINDS OP BniLDINQ
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANnrAOTUitiNa .TnwEiiEii and Watch
jiakei;. Kulcui Jewel ry n Hpocinlty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merehnnt Street.
' HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, NcoajiMu,i.h, Boilers,
COOLERS, IltON', BllAOS AND LEAD
Maohinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships Blacksmitlung. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
auotiokerk and stock nnoKEit
f No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisemonl of Real
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEN & KOBINSON.
Doalers in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of nil
Quoou Stroot, IJonolulu.
wp q wo fi
A.M. A.M. r.M. P.M.
(1:40 0:15 1:15 5:10
7:10 0:53 2:23 5:5.1
8:10 10:10 2:40 0:14
.... 10:51 .... 0:40
It cures Itching hu
mors, and Keeps mo
scalp cool, moist,
heallliy, and free- from
tti!S3 vfo($25! to state,
I.fcTr ' : Ogt l mM tor tho
Sfl boticflt at
that six years rro I lost nearly hnlf of my
hair, and what was left turned (?ray. Alter
usliiR Aycr's Hair Vigor several months,
my hair bepan to prow again, nnd with tho
natural color restored."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
rjr-llowiroof elienp linltatlon. The name
iVrr It priiiiiliienl on the wrapper, ami li
blown In tbo i;laJ of each at our liotlli'S.
Holliste'r Drug Co., L'd.
Solo Agents for tho llopublio of Hawaii.
Kinati strcot near runchbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacifio Hardwaro Co,
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner KIiir Nlllmnli Streets, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and IMno Ueor.
PIONEER STEAM CxVNDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Bakor,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL
EOS lEort Stxeot.
Book and Job Printer
"Moroknnt Stroot, JJonolulu, JJ. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Store my 13.
OITY DRAYiQE Co.
W. F, SHARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining H. Hackfold &
Oo., Fort street. Goncrnl Cart
ing aud Drayago Business dono.
m 7 tf
HO YEN KEE&CO.,
bX iT-u.'u.a.n-a. Stroot.
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc.. Etc
Crockery ntul Qlniswnre.
Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Marine Ruilway. Hath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tlio promises.
Mrs. J. H. Reist.
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'JlSBJ'i 7-E. .-VUl-rr-
nigf ji7ffiii,fi.JiWii(ifft' ..'itfcyiWiiMriliifHit ' '" 'ftfift"fr iaaktoAa
ill i.i, passi:s
illor ?Ioncj- Nreilml lor i:xpcnr
i)l I.rullntiiro--lliiliiiit Itulo In
lie Pii I it Iti llnudx.
FoiiTir.Tii Day, Jui.v HIht.
After tho usual proluninarioRnt
this morning's spssinn of tho So
nnto, Sonntr Schmidt from tho
cinmitleo on accounts pruscutod
the fillouin milengo and per
diom of Sonator fur tho torni: Se
nators Brown, McOuuIIhhs, Wntpr
honso, Wright, Schmidt and Wil
der 200 ouch; Kaulnuie $200 nnd
000 miles at 10 coot- imr mile;
Lyman Jr'200 mul 500 miles;
North nip S2n0 a-id .'100 miles;
Notli-y -f200 and 400 miles Se
nators Hocking. Baldwin, Wilcox
and Rico got $200 oaih and 200
miles, while Senator Homer is
only allowed 150 miles in addi
tion to his salary. Tho report
Senator Baldwin from tho Com
mittee on Commerco reported an
amendmont to tho alcohol bill,
which allowed druggists to import
150 g.illons each of alcohol por
annum at tho rate of $2.00 por
gallon for uso oxclusivoly in mc
dicinos and perfumery. On all
importations above that amount
they aro to pay tho full duty. Tho
ovidonce showed that tho throe
principal drug firms in tho
city used about 500 gallons of
alcohol each per annum, but that
150 gallons only was required for
Sonator Baldwin from the joint
conference commitfoo on tho ap
propriation bill roportod" as fol
lows: Tho itom of $10,050 for building
and repairs of school-houses was re
ducod to $13,050. Tho itoms for
tho road from Kohala to Waiuiea
&J000 and tho road through Mini
lua gulch $5000 are adopted.
Tho itom of $1800 for tho Pohoiki
tolophono extension 'was reduced
to $1000, subjoot to tho condition
that the raklouts of tho district
raised another $1000 for tho pur
pose. Tlio item of $250 for tho
repairs to Koloa court hou?o ivas
thrown out, as was the item of
$1500 for Kipahulu court house.
Minister Damon stated that the
government had virtually no con.
trol over tho Board of Education
Ho suggested that an amendment
should be added to tho bill, so
that tho expenditures madn in
repairing and building school
housos, etc., should be placed
under the control of tho Minister
of Interior. Tho Minister of
Finance ofibvod an amoudmout to
tho committeo's report to that
effect which was adopted, and tho
report was referred back to tho
Tlio Sonata then took a recess
for ton minutes for tho purposo of
A communication was rocoivod
from tho House sttting that it
could not concur in Sections 2
and 3 of the bill concerning rights
of way. Tho Sou-ite appointed its
judiciary committee ns a special
conferonco committee to meet ono
from tho Houso.
Minister Damon introduc d two
bills appropriating $15,000 tinder
tho conditions of tho Loan Act
and $17,000 from tlio current ac
count for tho payment of tho pur
chaso pricoaud necossary changes
of tho Bishop promises on Emma
street. Tho Bishon ostat
agroes to tako tho whoh amount
in government bonds,
Tho Ministor of Finance intro
duced a further bill appropriating
an additional $2000 for tho expen
ses of tho Legislating, tho fortnor
appropriation not being sufficient.
Tho same ministor thou intro
duced a bill oxempting tho Hono
lulu Library Association from
ed its first reading, and uutlor
8iiH)oii.sion of tho ruloa its Hccond
Houho bill 10, pointing to ilia
importation of ulooliol, oanio tip
on its second reading, togotlior
With tlio ropoit of tlio oomtnitteo
on commerce. The bill passed
with tho substitute sections pro
bontod by tho committee and an
amended title. Undor tho pro
visions of tho law as it will stuid
when finally passed, tho public
cannot purchase alcohol at drug
stores excopt on physioians' pro
scriptions, but under tho latter
sales of half a pint or less will bo
mado at reduced rates. Alcohol
may bo purchased from liquor
dealer:) at full rates.
A cimmunicitioii from tho Min
ister of tho luterior in rogard to
tlo I'arkor Luno petition was re
ceived. It states that tho lane is
a privato ono and as such not un
der tho control of tho Intorior de
Act 17, amending Section 2 of
"An Act to pormit tho Hawaiian
Tramways Company, Limited, to
use and maintain Electric Trac
tion," canio up for its socond road
iug and passed with a slight
Itecoss to 1 30 p tn.
A communication was received
from tlio Houso stating that that
body does not concur in tho koro
spiio bill amendments nnd re
questing a conference thoreon.
Tho standing committoe on coni
morco wero appointed as suoh
committee. In all probability
tho bill will now be consigned to
tho wnsto papor bnskot.
Tho Houso joint resolution on
registration whb adopted by tho
Prosideut Wilder announced
that ho would appoint tho
Tho Sonata then adjourned to
10 a. m. Thursday.
Tho Houso mot at 10 a.m.
Mr. Kamauoha presented a peti
tion from residents of Kau, asking
for roads through homesteads at
Wailau and Ninoe. Ho rocora
monded that it bo referred to tho
Minister of the Intorior, with tho
understanding that ho roport at
next session of tho Legislature.
It was reforred instead t j a soloet
Mr. "Winston roportod from tho
commerco committee in favor of
tho passage of the Labor Com
Mr. Richards from the printing
committee reported several bills
ready for distribution.
Tho Labor Commission bill
from tho Senate was road a socond
time and after some slight amend
ments passed. It was made tho
spocial order for third loading
Mr. Robertson, on a moiion to
take up tho military bill, said ho
did not think it was wiso to do so.
Negotiations wero in progress for
tho disband ment of tho Sharp
shooters. Tho motion w.s not
On motion of Mr. Kamauoha
the korosono oil bill from the
Souato was t.ikon up,
Mr. Robertson movod that tho
Houso leftiso to concur in tho
amendments and ask tho Senate
for a conference. Curried. Tho
same member later movod, and it
carried, that tho Houso standing
committoo on commorco confer
with tho Senate committoe.
Mr. Kamauoha moved to take
up tho telegraph cable bill, hut
withdrow his motion on Mr.
Winston's stating that tho com
mittee on commorco had not yot
roportod on tho bill.
At 11 o'clock tho Houso ad
journod till 10 o'clock tomorrow.
tho Itxrs nf
AH SIN8 AT THE THEATER.
IIOO.H IN ItlfLr.ll
A SirrcUrU lllc Nlotrkrcprr Vli
Will I'liMtpuno III Trip to
Clilnn Por ii Time
Ah Sing is a thrifty Chinese,
who for s'me time past has bocn
a storekeeper at Spreckelsvillo,
whoro by industry, economy nnd
other virtues ho succooded in ac
cumulating what would bo a small
fortune in the laud of his birth.
Ah Sing among his other virtues
was fond of jewelry nnd invested
somo of his savings in a fine gold
watch and equally fino gold cmuii.
He also encircled ono of his fing
ers with a haudsomo diamond
Provious to leaving Sprockels
villo he deposited his woalth with
tho Hnokfeld agoncy and received
thorofor ono draft for $J00, ono
for $200 and one for $5(5 on the
firm horo. "With thoso in his in
side vest pockot nnd two Hong-
kong cortificntos of $5 each, be
sides n quantity of Hawaiian silver
Mr. Sing took tho steamer of the
16th for this city aud proceeded
to tiko in tho sights.
Besides calling on somo coun
trymon, Mr. Sing visited the
Chinese thoator last night be
tween the hours of 10 and 12
p.m. Like most peoplo ho put on
his best clothos beforo going, but
noglocled to tako out his small
chnngo nnd valuables. On dis
covering that fact at tho thoator
Sing lost no timo in getting back
to his room, but ho was too lato.
Somoono had been thoro before
him and gone through his clothos
in a careful and systematic man
nor, and now Ah Sing mourns the
loss of his three drafts, his Hong
kong certificates, his gold watch
and chain, diamond ring and tea
pioces of silver on which the like
ness of tlio last nialo sovereign of
Hawaii is impressed. Sing has
rolatod his tale of woe to tho
polico and in tho meantime has'
decided not to leavo on the City
of Poking, as ho had oxpoctod.
Moral. Don't chango your
clothes in a hurrv.
in Tin: iii(iiii:u miners.
Supremo Court HeolwloiiN .11 1 nor
Children Full In (it-tllim All
In tho libel caso of J. E. Gomes
vs. Hawaiian Gazetto Co. and H.
M. "Whitney, the Supromo Court,
by Chief Justico Judd, has order
ed a now trial, on tho ground
that it was error to rofuse de
fendants' evidonco of tho truth of
tlio defamatory matter, thoy hav
ing ploadod tho genoral issue hut
not justification. Neumann for
plaintiff; Castle for dofondauts.
Tn tho caso of Kennu vs. Kino
and others, tho Supreme Court by
Circuit Judge Cooper sitting in
placo of Justico Bickorton, absent
on account of illness has given a
docisinn, holding that the plain
tiff was correct in bring
ing his action of cjoctmont,
and tho findingB and judgment of
tho Circuit Court aro afiiimed.
Cartor and Kinnoy for plaintitl";
Johnson for defendants.
Deputy Marshal Brown litis
returned ns unsatisfied an oxocu
tion for $3071.82 issued in the
caso of the Opforcolt minors vs.
Mary Stovnns and .Tamos Lonokai
Stevens. The minors thus, whilo
getting back their land, cannot
get tho damages allowed them.
Judgo Coopor this afternoon
hoard tho motion and affidavit for
a now commission in J. K. Sum
ner by his noxt friend Maria S.
Davis vs. M. F. Craudoll. Ma
goon, Cartor and Kinney for
plaintiff; Noumann and Dolo for