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LEWERS & COOKE.
iMrOnTEllB AND DEALERS IN LuMllEIl
AND ALIi KINDS OF BuiLDINO
MANnrAOTunrNa Jeweler and WATon-
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attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
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ecuted nt Short Notice.
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Export Apprnisemont of Real
Estato and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
Quoon Street. Honolulu.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Doos oil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hnnd n largo supply of
Chineso Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Latimntes
givon and lowes- prices assured. Tele
H. G. BIART.
FINK WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewhliy made to order,
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wiro
tW Island orders Folioitod.
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Ctl. STvLVituavL Gtxat,
1 TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc., Etc
Crockory and Glassware.
' Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Marino It ill way. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wh.irf
ou tolophoning No. C85. Furn
ished rooms to lot on I bo premises,
Mrs. J. II, Reibt,
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Sick Headache, Constipation,
DYSPEPSIA, LIVER TROUBLES.
Purely Vegetable Easy to Take.
The delicate Biignr-cuntlng ot Aycr's mil
dissolves Immediately on reaching tlio stom
nch, mid permits tlio lull strength ot cadi
Ingredient to bo speedily assimilated. As a
jiiirpathc, either for travellers orm a family
medicine, Aycr's Pills aro tlio best 111 the
HIGHEST AWABD3 AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
JTJ7"Hewnrof chfnp Imitation. Thennmo
Ajrer'H I'HU It blown lu tb gl uf itch
of our bottlei.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tbo llcpublio ot Ilawaii.
For Rent or Lease.
A two story building on Nnuami Btreet
onposito Lovo s Bakery.
A. V. GEAR.
, I in
Tho popular Soasido Resort for
ladies and cbildron. Good ac
commodation. W. S. BARTLETT.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
812 A FISHERY
Yielding n safe Income Address
4-3m BuiiiiETiN Office.
The Eagle Houao on Nuunnu
nvc, partly furnished, also the
Kapona Cottago adjoining tho
Eaglo Houso with grounds sur
rounding. Apply to
T. IS. KROUSE,
Arlington flotol, King St. 43-tf.
As light as afoathor and as durable
oh iron, tho only proper hat for this Coun
try and tlio only place to buy ono is nt the
New ltepublio Building on King Streot.
Tho prico is reasonable, only $2.00. Como
in and try ono on. If it is not tho lightest hat
j ou ever bail, don't buy.
Horizontal Slide Valvo En
duo mado by Honolulu Iron
Works Co. In 1885. Boro of
Oylindor 13": Lanth of Stroke
40": Crank Shaft on loft of
Cylinder: Hand Rovorsing Goar.
Diamotor of Fly-wheel 14ft.: Sizo
of Engine Bod 3 foot wide x 20ft.
For further particulars apply to
Theo, H. Davios & Co., Ltd.
THE SENATE RUSHES TII1IEE DILLS
THROUGH IN A HURRY.
Reprcentntlven mine Up tlio Ha-
AVnllan Trnmwaj-s Co. Illll Aualn
Tlie Alcohol Hill Cooms Trouble.
Forty-Seventh Day, Auoubt8th.
Tho Senato was culled to order
at tho usual hour.
Aftor prayer by Chaplain Peok
tho roll was callod and minutes of
yesterday road and approved.
Tho Senators twirlod their
t in bs whilo tho prosiding officer
culled out the order of business.
Thoro was absolutely nothing
to do and tho Senato was about
to adjourn when Minister Hatch
ppoarod with a new bill.
This bill simply repeals nil pre
vious legislation on tbo cable mat
tor, lo.tving only in forco tbo aot
parsed by tbo prosont legislature
Under suspension of tho rules
tbo bill passed its first und seoond
Minister Hatch tbon produced
anothor bill, repealing Act 27 of
188G relating to tho passage of
water oyer the lands of those not
Undor suspension of the rules
this act also passed its first and
socond readings, although Senator
McOandloss insisted on having
somo explanation of tho object
of tho bill made first.
Minister Hatch thon went down
in his vost pooket and produced
dtill another bill ropcaling Act GO
of tho laws of 1890. This act re
lates to the passage of agricul
tural railways over tbo lands of
others not benofitod thoreby.
Under suspension of tho rules
this bill also passed its first and
Minister Hatch stated that tbo
object of repealing theso old laws
wax to clour them off tbo statute
books and prevent any possible
complications which might have
arisen under tho now law just passed
regulating rights of way ovor tho
land of others.
Tho government had nothing
to communicatu ou tho oablo pro
position and tbo Senato adjourn
ed till tomorrow.
After the opening of tho Houso
this morning, soveral bills and
resolutions were reported as sign
ed by tho I'residont.
Rop. Ryoroft moved that tho
tramways bill bo amondod, so
as to bavo tho Huwaiian Tram
ways Co.'s privilege of using olec
tricity extondod to January 1,
1897. Tho same point was dis
cussed in tho Somite; und it was
decided that sixteen months was
little onnugh time. It would tako
six wooks beforo tho company in
London could bo notified. He
would liko to soe Uio mules ex
changed for electricity, but tho
company ought to havp fuirplay.
If tho company was going to inake
tho chango, it would havo to bo
gin tho work beforo tho ch so of
tho sossinn of next yoar.
Hop. Haia said tho nratter had
boon fully discussed yostorday. If
tho company was givon tho longer
time, it would probably do noth
iug till after the Legislature of
189(1 hod adjourned. Then tho
Infliction of the iiiuUh would havo
to hu o mlu red indefinitely.
Rop. Hnnuua spoko of tlio
difficulties tho company bad mot
with in storting tliolr ontorpilno,
It was not fair to thorn to out
down tho time during which tbo
privilego of UBing elootricity shall
last. Somo members seomod to
havo a raw spot on account of tbo
Somite's action in killing the
othor eloctrio tramways bill.
Yostorday they scolded and
stormed a crent deal, all about a
mattor of four mouths for this
privilogo. Tho company had
givon the boon of stroot oars to
Honolulu, so that ono could ride
to Waikiki for 10 cents when it
used to cost a dollar. Their cars
wero not paying and they ought
to bo properly treated.
Rep. Davis held that the motion
was out of ordor, as it could only
bo mndo by a inombsr who voted
in tbo minority.
Rop. Hanuua answered that
this was the third reading, and it
was quite in order for nny mom-
ber to movo an amondmont.
Rep. Robertson chargod tbo
previous spoaker with inconsis
tency, in supporting a motion
that bo opposod yostorday. As
hud boon argued, tho quostion
bad beon fully disoussod yostor
day before tho Houso arrivod at
its deoision , and it hardly bcoamo
raombors to como in on third
reading with a motion to revorso
that decision. It would compol
the re-engrossment of the bill.
Roo. Ryoroft asked what dif
ference it would make with tho
company to cxtond the time.
Rop. Robortson answered that
with tbo longer timo tho Legisla
ture would havo adjourned be
fore tho company had done any
Tho amondmont was lost and
thbill passed without chango, 11
to z,' Rop. Rycroft voting no.
Tho Sonato amendmonts to tho
Alcohol bill were taken up.
Amendments to Seos. 3 and 4
wore ooncurrod in.
Hop. Robortson moved, second
ed by Rod. Ryoroft, that tho
amondment of Sec. 5 be not con
curred in. Carried. Tho section
allows licensees to withdraw not
more than 150 gallonB of 90 per
cent, proof alcohol in ono year at
$2 a gallon duty, all exceeding 90
per cent to pay alcoholic duty in
proportion to its strength; and tho
nloohol shall only bo URod by tho
lioonson for "all medicinal pur
poses or for sale to u duly licens
ed physician, and all alcohol in
oxoess of ICO gallons that may be
withdrawn by a liconsoo shall pay
a full spirit duty according to its
strength as provided by law for
spirits of liko strength."
Section G prohibits holders of
licensos from soiling alcohol xcopt
to a duly licensed physician, and
in no greater quantity than one
gallon ut a single sale. It
provides for tho keeping of books
ot salo und for oflioiul inspection,
Rod. Bond thought it a hard
ship for country physicians to bo
restricted to ono gallon at a timo.
Hep. Itobertson moved tho
Houso do not concur. Carried.
Spouker Naono uppointod mem
bers of joint committees as fol
lows: Registration Robertson,
Ryoroft nnd Kno; Liquor quos
tion Bond and Davis; Groat
Soul Robortson and Haia. Ho
remarked that tho resolution ou
tho Groat Seal did not specify
whether the committeo should re
port to this session or the noxt.
At 11:25 tho Houso ndjournod
till 10 o'clook tomorrow.
Oil tlio Iluillllnutoil.
boing made on board tho U, S. S.
Bonuinglon for the fiirowoll boat
ing party and danoa which in to
bo givon by tho ofiloors of the
ship to .Messrs. Ziogermoior and
MoVoy, who havo boon ordored
to tho Coast,
Si bfjor lufr ha Kvr.NJNO Bui,-
i.rriN, 76 con's n month,
If 1.1 TD ONE DOLLAIt.
J ud CO Perry Temper Juntlee With
mcrcjr Tills Iornlnir.
If anyone wus in luck today it
wus Mark Lyon, accused of using
vulgar and obsceno language in
a public place, who was tho first
victim of tho law's rapioity to ap
poar beforo His Honor Judge
Porry this morning in tho District
Court. Whether the importance
of the caso justified it or not,
Goo. A. Davis uppeurod as special
counsel for tbo Attorney-General's
department Tbo defendant
strenuously objected to the
charge, ploadod not gnilty and
obtained tho legal sorviccs of A.
G. Corrca to help hirn out. Three
witnesses tost.fiod to tbo language
usod and that it was in u yard
near Queon street. HisHonoi sat
upon tho motion to dismiss on tho
ground that tho premises were
not a public plaoo in tho meaning
of tho statute. The dofendant thon
told his littlo story, in which ho
admitted that ho used the Inn
gunge roferrod to but "took it
bnok" immediately afterwards.
Whotbor taking it baok or not mi
tigated tho oifonse is hard to say,
but tbo court aftor finding him
guilty lot tho defendant off with a
dollar fino and costs, wbiob con
sidering the quality and quantity
of tho bud languago recorded in
Judgo Ferry's judgmont book was
Tho noxt caso was that of A.
Coelho, oharged with assaulting
ono Bonito Jose Ygnnoio and the
testimony in this cast showed
that tho parties indulged 'n com
plimenting oach othor with the
choicest kind of obsceno epithets.
His Honor found tho defondant
guilty as chargod and fined him
$10 and costs, which was also
cheap enough considering tho
choice nature of the opprobrious
terms tho Portuguese language
pormits ono man to nddress an
other with, porno of which wero
used in this case.
The preliminary examination
of Joe, tho native who carved up
Policeman Molonhauor with neat
noss nnd dispatch last Saturday
woek, takos place this nfternoon.
A NEIIIOUS 0SE.
DonilncoK I'errelra Arrentil for Se
duction, II not Vore.
On tho complaint of tho father
of a good-looking Portuguese girl
about 17 years old, Domingos
Ferroira has been arrosted and is
now out on bonds awaiting trial
on what may prove to be a serious
offenso. It is said that Ferroira
ontiood tho girl from her fatlior's
hoHse on Punchbowl Inst Sunday
week and took her out to Waikiki,
where ho criminally assaulted
Tho girl returned home th.it
night suffering from tho rtlXats of
the trentmont sho had receded at
Ferroira's hands nnd told her
father about it. Ho wont to thu
Pol i co Station and secured a war
rant for Ferroira's arrost, but the
lattor skipped out. do was traced
to Ilonokun, arrosted and brought
horo, who ro ho was plaood und or
irCOO bonds. His trial will prob
ably come off tomorrow, if tho girl,
who is said to bo still suffering
fiom tho offbols of Forroira's
ubuuo, is able to appoar in Conrt,
Pilipn Lui ploadod guilty of mh
saulting a nativo named Aliiiluu,
and whs finod $10 and costs by
uuugu rorry tins morning.
I.owltt v Co. obtained jiulg.
inoiit uguliist Win, Mullor ami
griruiHhio yodlonliiy uftoinoon for
1U (10 lii tho Dl.triut Court.
I"hi) Klllngsr appeared f. r tint