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"With, "which is Incorporated the Independent,"
HONOLULU, II. I., TUESDAY. AUGUST 0. 1805.
VOL. 1. NO. G8.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
With whleb. Is Incorporated tlio iNnnrcND'
Hawaiian Copyright liy A. V. Gun,
Juno 22, 1805.
Published every tiny except Sunday nt
GOO King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro In tho Hn-
wnlinn Islands 3 76
Per Year. 8 00
Por Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Por Ycur, postpaid, olhor Foreign
Countries 13 00
l'nynlilo Iuvnrlulilv In Aitrnuco.
Advertisements unnccompanlcd by
specific inBtructionB inserted till ordorcd
Advertisements discontinued beforo
expiration of spccillcd poriod will bo
charged as it continued for full term.
Liticral allownnco on yearly and half
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Mnnagor Evening Bulletin."
Tolephono 266. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
H. HACEFELD & CO.
GENEitAii Commission Aohnts.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IwrOItTEItS AND DEALERS in Lumuer
AND ALIi KINDS OF BuiIiDINQ
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANnPAornniNa Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Partionlar
attention paid to oil kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoinks, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Moohinory of Every Dcpoription Made
.to Order. Particular attention paid to
1 Ships' BlacksmithinR. Job Work ex
ecuted nt Short Notico.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND 8TOCK BUOKEK
No. 45 Qutcn Street.
Expert Appraisemont of Real
Eatato and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalera in Lumbor nnd Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoen Street. Honolulu.
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
no hos on hand a largo supply of
Chinese Granite Curb nnd always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stono. Estimates
given nnd lowes4, prices assured. Telo
H. G- BIART.
FINK WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry mndo to ordor,
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wire
gW Island onlors solioitod.
P. O. Box35.r;atC. Gortz'sbt-re.
Fort Street. (52-tf
HO YEN KEE&CO.,
-il :fcTwa.CLivu. Ctroot,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc., Etc
Crockery and Glassware.
Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Marino Railway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought freo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H. Eeist.
HAS NO EQUAL.
roil Titr. iupid cuiib or
It wgl relloro
tho most dis
sootho tho In.
mil Induce re
l'nr tho euro ot
lug Cough, Sore
Throat, anil alt
which the young
other remedy so
the pulmonary troubles to
are so liable, thero Is no
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
HIOHE8T AWABD3 AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Made by Dr. J.OAyer A Co., Iwcll,Mais..U.S.A.
dylleware of cheap tmttattom. Tho name
Aywr'a Clierry IVctoral U prominent ou
tin wrapper, anil It biun n lu the glaai ot each
ot our bottles.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agonts for tho Republic of Hawaii.
Kinau street near Punchbowl
street my 2 1
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacific Hardwaro Co.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King Ji Niiunnu Streoti, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Street,
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
SOS DEort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Store. my 13.
W. F. SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayago Business done.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephono 91.
From V. S. Journal Viltdicinc)
has without doubt treated and cured more casi'8 than
anyllvlngrhytlilan ; hlasuccesslsaatonlehlng. Wo
have heard of caaeof20year'itandlnK cured by him.
He publlihf lavaluableworlc on this dleaa which ho
tenda with a large bottle of bit absolute cure, freo to
any i offerer who may end their P.O. andKxprcaa ad
dreea. We advlae anyone wiehlng a cure to addrtei,
Prof. W. U. V&KB.E, P.O., Cedar St., Mew York.
I CHERRY I I
TIIi: CABLE PROPOSITION TO III!
HKOUUIIT IN TO.TIORHOW.
Tlie military Bill I'lunlly raaaea
the Iloitae With Amendment
Tlie Neuate la Idle.
Foiity-Fikth Day, Auoust Grit.
President Wildor called tho
Somite to ordor nt 10 a. m. and
the usual opening proceedings
A communication wns rocoivod
from tho Hoi so stating that it
concurred in the report of the
Joint Committee on tho kerosono
hill which recommonded that it
bo indefinitely postponed, and al
so thut it had adopted tho amond
monts to Sections 2 nnd 3 of the
bill concerning rights of way.
Senator Brown explainod tho
amendments agreed on by the
Conforonce O u.mitteo nnd mov
ed that tho Sonuto adopt them.
President Wilder announced
tho following committeo to act
with tho Minister of Iuterior on
the feasibility of widening tires
of vehiolos, etc.: Senators Mc
Candless and Rico.
Tho Attornoy - General stated
that since the arrival of the last
steamer a businessliko and tan
ciblo nronoBition regarding the
luying of a cable from theso
islands to San Francisco hud
beon presented to tho Gov
ernment; that the matter was
now roceiving tho careful consi
deration of tho Executive. At
present all ho could say on t e
matter was that tho schomo
presented better prospects of suc
cess than nny hitherto presontod,
and that if accopted the workof
laying tho cable would actually
commenco within ono yoar of the
signing of tho contract. It was
desired by tho parties concerned
that, if tho proposal was ncooptod,
tho contraot be signed at
onco and tho approval of t
legislature obtained at this s
sion. This was necessary in ordor
thut tho contract might bo sub
mitted to tho Congress of tho
Unitod States for its approval
next December. Tho matter of
taking a rocess of the Legislature
for two weeks had been BUggeHted,
but ho found there was opposition
to that by tho nativo mombors of
tho lower House, to whom travel
ing espouses wore quite an item.
He loft tho matter in the hands
of tho Senate, agreeing that tho
government would bo ablo to pres
ent the business in dofinito shape
to tho Senate tomorrow.
Senator Baldwin said he had
talked with tho mombers of both
Houso3 from the other islunds and
found that they wore all oppi sod
to the recess proposition. He said
it was not the timo to discuss the
quostion now anyway. When the
governmont makes its statemont
tho Legislature could detormino
in ashort timo how much consid
eration it would require. lie
would say, howovor, that if the
government accepted tho proposi
tion as made public, it would
not do, but if tho terms wore
modified ho thought the Legisla
ture would agreo to thorn in short
Senator Brown said the mattor
was of vital importance both poli
tically and commercially, so much
eo that he thought tho Senate
should hold itself in roadinoss to
act at onoo on any proposition
advancod. Tho final determin
ation of tho matter rested with tho
Senato' s appropriation of tho
money nocrBenry, i tho form of
a subsidy as ho undoratond it, nnd
it was simply how muo tho coun
try could stand. Ho did not think
it would tako long to dotorinins
The Senato thon adjourned to
Wodnosday at 10 a. m,
Aftor opouiug roi.tino tho
House rconiv-l a mosnagu from
tho Benuti nnnounoing concur
ronco in oonferonco committoo's
amendments to land bill, and
transmitting Senato bill relating
to appoals from District to G'rouit
Rep. MoBrydo moved a resolu
tion that the 25 copies of Proceed
ings, for which tho House had
appropriated $125, bo deliverod
to ths Ministor of tho Interior, to
be held by him for 10 days after
the oponing of tho session of 189G,
and sold by him to officers and
mombors only nt $5 a copy. Any
copies left ovor to bo sold to any
applicants at tho samo or an ad
Hop. Rycroft asked if it was
usual in other countries to have
proceedings of tho legislature
published at public oxponso.
Ministor Hatch said he did not
know that it wan oxcopt in Wash
ington, where tho Congrossional
Record was issued. Ho did-not
know of any State Legislature
that paid for printing its debates.
Rep. Rycroft said thut this
House corresponded to the House
in Washington, and he bolievod
the projected book would bo valu
able. He did not think the mom
beis ought to pay for their own
Mr. Hnnunu supported tho
otion to indefinite y postpone
the resolution, which was thon
put and carriod.
Tho Senato bill fir regulating
appeals from District to Circuit
Courts was taken up.
Rep. Kamauoha moved tho in
definite postponement of the bill.
Ho declaimed against the Senate's
troatmont of Mouse bills, saying
ho thought it was timo for tho
House to retiont the conduct of
tho upper Chamber.
Rep. Hanuna thought it was n
good bill and that retaliation for
the Senate's action on other bills
would bo unseemly and impropor.
Ho moved that tho House consid
er the bill.
Rep. K-ioo favored indefinite
postponement, as ho oonsidorod
tho bill would make matters
worse instead of hotter for tho
Minister Hatch thought thero
was somo morit in tho bill. It
was for the benefit of peoplo who
had to come beforo tho courts.
At urosent a man had to givo four
bonds on an appoal, at various
stages, which wus not right, and
tho bill providod that ono bond
would bo sufficient.
Hep. Kaeo answered, that was
all right, but it was under tho
rules of tho court. Lot thorn
clmngo tho rules. What was tho
mattor with a man giving a irosh
bond when ho carried his appeal
highor? It would be a long time
before tho peoplo would beoome
aware of tho ohango, and tho ro -poulod
practico would bo contin
ued until somebody would bo
caught in tho trap.
Rep. Rycroft had not heard any
good argumonts against tho bill,
and after tho Minister's explan
ation ho favored its passage Mom
bors should not show spito against
Hop. Kaeo said thero was no
spito in him.
Minister Hatch, in nnswor to
Rop. Bond, said tho extra bonds
would incroaso oosts and cans)
trouble in getting security.
On a narrow majority tho bill
was ordored rcforrod to a com
mittee, and the Speaker gave it to
tho Judiciary cotniulttoe.
Rop. Rycroft objected to th
Judiciary committeo boenuee its
only two mombers prosont wore
opposod to the bill.
Rop. KiUimuoha olnimed the
objoction was too lute, and the
The Military bill was then put
on third raiding.
Clerical errors woro corroded
and tho bill pnoooil by unanimous
Tho bill appropriating 13000
additional for expenses of the
sossion wus road a third timo and
Tho bill exempting public lib
rary ossooiati tns from taxation
was road a third timo and passed.
A message from tho Sonuto un
nounood concurrence in tho rights
of wny bill ns ooming from con
At 12:20 tho House adiournodi
till 10 o'clock tomorrow.
IN TITE CIRCUIT COURT.
fieutoncca Paaaed ou Yacht Steal-
era and Gamblera Decleion by
Judgo Whiting sentencod John
Montgomery, J. Sullivan and
Paul Borunnl oach to six months"
imprisonment and to pay a fino of
$25 and coats, for larcony second
degreo in stoaling tho yacht Bon
nie Dundoo, valued at $2000, tho
proporty of S. B. Dolo, W. W.
Hall, E. O. Whito and W. L.
Kaahanui, Kailinnu and 1).
Kauhaa, who appoalod from the
District Court's sentunco for gam
bling, woro oach sentenced to
pay u fino of $100 and $3.50 costs.
J. Kupihea was on trial all
morning boforo a nativo jury for
robbery. Robertson for prosecu
tion; Noumann for dofondant.
Judgo Ooopor has rendered &
deoision on the bill for specific
porformanco of Vittoriano Ohera
vs. J. D. Ackormnn. Tho bill is
dismissed on tho grounds that an
ussignment of loaso by John Costa
to plaintiff was fraudulont and
that tho plaintiff was not ontitletl
to a ronowal of lease because ho
allowed tho land to bo ovorrun
with lantana. Neumann for plain
tiff; Carter and Kinney for de
fendant. A Kllxod Up Meaa,
Judgo Porry needod tho legal
acumen of King Solomon badly
this morning when ho had to de
termine which was tolling tho
truth, two Chinese who wore
arrestod for assaulting a polico
man named Espindn,or tho police
man himsolf with a nativo com
panion officer who arrosted the
Chincso for violating the Sunday
law in kooping a sliop opon on
Sunday aftornoon. Tho testi
mony was so much at variance
that tho Court gave the defend
ants tho benefit of tho doubt and
lot thorn go. Goorge do la Vergne
proseoutod nnd A. S, Hartwoll
and W. L. Stanley appeared for
A. V. Gear has somo fine resi
dences for salo in the oity.
Dr. McGrew has a honso of ton
rooms to lot on Punchbowl streot
N. S. S.ichs calls tor tho pay
ment of all accounts before
ThoLeilani Boat Club w'll bavo
a special meeting at tho hotel at
7.30 this ovening.
Tho Amorican Legion ol Honor
moots to uight nt 7:30 at Knightr
of Pythias hall, Fort stroot.
Tho Pacific Hardware Company
oxhibits a fino bunch of plantains
in ono of their show windows. It
was grown at Seoloy Shnw'a place
on King streot.
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