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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 21, 189G.
"mm in m' i mryw
OPIUM IN THE ShHATE.
Continued from 1st J'nye.
passed on the second rending. It
providoB that in ordor to avoid
nny uncertainty ns to the begin
ning nnd end of oach biennial
fiscal period, it is hereby declared
and ouactod that the present bien
nial fiscal period shall bo hold to
havo begun January 1st, 18.
MiniBtor Damon s bill on Cur
rent Accounts was road tho first
timo and roferred to tho Finance
Minister King's bill amending
Sections of tho Lund Act rela
ting to Homestead Leases camo
up on its first reading and wont
to tho Committee on Public
On motion Tun. In ys nnd Thurs
days wore sot apart for tho coni '
orntion of tho appropriation bill
for salaries and payrolls.
Tho Sonato then adjourned to
10 a. in. tomorrow.
HOUSE OF ItElltEiENTATIVES.
l'rosidont Xaono called a quo
rum to ordor at 10 o'clock.
Minister Cooper presented aft
engrossed copy of tho President's
Eop. Pali presented a petition
with 08 signatures from Lnhninn
praying that the Circuit Court
term bo not discontinued at that
place. Referred to Judiciary Com
mittee. Rep. Richards from tho Print
ing Committee reported tho Min
ister of Intorior's bill relating to
loabt-B as printed, also a copy of
tho Senate appropriation bill for
salnries and pay rolls as recoived.
Rep. Robortson presented the
following report of tho Joint
Committeo on Great Seal:
Tho Joint Committeo of the
Sennto and House of Representa
tives appointed to consider de
signs for a Great Spnl and .De
partment Seals nnd to report the
snmo for adoption, beg leave to
roport as follows:
With tho permission of the Ex
ecutive wo gavo public notico in
tho nowspap-jrs thnt there would
bo an open competition, nnd thnt
a prize of fifty dollars would be
paid to tho competitor whose de
signs for a Great Seal would bo
adopted by tho Legislature. In
pursuanco of said notico twenty
boveu different designs wore sub
mitted to us and wo havo carefully
examined them and considered
their respectivo merits. We have
concluded to recommend for adop
tion tho design submitted under
lie noin do plume "Anglo-Dimo,"'
that being in our opinion the mot-t
meritorious and constituting a
linmiboino and appropriate design
for n Great Seal.
A description of tho design, to
gether a itli a key to tho technical
tonne therein used, is hereto at
tached. Tho explanation of the design,
ns furnished by tho designer, is,
substantially as follows:
Tho great shiold "IB th0 koy
stono of tho .vholo design.
Tho oight bar,. ropre80iit the
eight inhabit iaRms of tho
gu,iip und;,v ouo rui0. Tho tabu
Bticks nQ tho emblom of authori
ty a,!id protection. Tho stnr in
"') center is tho star of Hawaii
"which wo hopo to seo ultimately
placed in tho bnnner of tho Unit
, ed Statos. Tho supporters of the
shield aro Kninehameha I. and
tho Goddess of Liberty, represent
ing respectively tho old and tho
now eras and tho fusion of tho
two rucos. Tho irradiate sun is
symbolic of the now era which has
dawned upon Hawaii with tho ad
vent of tho Republic, wliilo the
fabulous bird Pluenix represents
Hawaii Noi rising rejuvenated
from tho ashos of tho Monarchy.
Finally, tho kalo nnd bannna
leaves and forns aro suggestive of
tho fruitfiilnoss of tho soil nnd
tho tropical vorduro of tho coun
try. As to tho department seals, wo
are of tho opinion that thoy
should bo of uniform design, and
wo think that tho design now used
by tho Interior Department is
suitable and well adapted for the
purpose-. "Wo therefore recom
mend that that design bo adopted
by 'tho Oopartmonts of Foreign
Affairs, Finance and tho Attornoy
Gonornl as well as tho Interior
Department, but inserting in oach
respectively tho proper depart
Wo transmit horowith tho de
signs for tho Great Koal which
wero recoivod by us and also tho
design for tho Department Seals
which wo havo recommended. Ex
tra copios of tho recommended
desigus will be laid upon the
desks of each member of tho
Legislature. , .
Wo also submit horowith a joint
resolution, embodying our recom
mendations, which wo hopo will
bo concurred in by both nouses.
J. A. McCandless,
H. W. Schmidt,
A. G. M. Ronr.itTsoN,
Conimitteo on Seals.
Ro it Resolved by tho Sonato
and Houbo of Representatives:
First That tho Great Seal of
tho Republic of Hawaii bo circu
lar in shnpe, three inches in din
motor nnd of tho design horein
bolow attached, and moro particu
larly described as follows:
Arm: All heraldic shield,
quartered; first and fourth, stripes
of Hie national banner, propor;
second nnd third, a ball argent on
a stall" snblo; escutcheon surcharg
ed, bearing fivo pointed stnr or, at
tho fess point; field vert.
Supporter: On tho doxtor side,
Knmohamolm L, stntnnt: attitude
as represented by bron.o statue in
front of Aliiolani Hnlo in Hono
lulu; clonk nnd helmet or; figure
treated propor. Sinister, God
dess of Liberty, wearing a Phry
gian cap and holding in right
hand a Hawaiian banner, partly
Crest ami Motto: A rising sun
irradiated, surmounted by tho
figures 18!)1 in Itonian nuinorals;
tho whole surrounded by tho
legend, "Republic of Hawaii" and
tho motto, "Ua mau ko ea o ka
aina i ka pono" in Romnn charac
ters, escroll, all tho lottoring or.
Further Accessories: Rolow tho
shield, tho fabulous bird Plucnix
ovort, issuantfrom llames; further,
oight taro leaves, interlaced with
brnncliies of ferns and banana
Second : That tho ofiioial de
partmental seal of tho Depart
ments of Foreign Affairs, Intorior,
Finance and tho Attorney General
shall bo of tho design horoiubeloYr
attached, except that in tho seals
of the Departments of Foreign
Affairs, Finance and the Attornoy
General tho appropriate depart
mental namo shall bo inserted in
(Tho Inst piovision is becnuso
tho sample givon nnmes tho In
(In tho description "argent"
menus silver; "doxtor," the right
hand of shiold, i. e., loft viewed
from front; "fess point," contor
point; "or," gold; "overt," with
wings opened; "proper," in nnturnl
colors; "sable,'' black; "sinister,"
left.or opposite to dexter; "stntnnt,"
standing; "vert," green. Tho re
maining terms will bo generally
Rep. Richnr Is moved that tho
report bo made tho specinl ordor
of tho day lor ednesdny.
Rop. Knmiuiolm moved in
amendment that it bo translated
And printod. Carried.
Rop Kamauoha read for tho
first timo his bill to creato an ad
ditional port of entry in Kona.
Roferred to Printing Committeo.
Minister Smith presented tho
roport of tho Commission to lle
vibO and Codify tho Penal Laws
of tho Kingdom, appointed under
an Act of tho Legislature of 1892.
Tho commissioners wore appoint
ed by tho Exi-ciitivo on March 20,
189!t, nB follows: Chief Justico
A. F. Judd and Cecil Drown and
"William Foster, ottornoys-at law.
By a'ieumeul of tho Commission
the Chief Justico was chairman
and tho actual work of compilation
was done by William Foster. Tho
compilor reported to 1ub collengues
and they havo approved his work
in general without committing
thcnihelvo to minor details. The
Code submitted lakes up 20'2 print
L'pon tho suggestion of
Minister Smith, the roport was
roferred to tho Joint Judiciary
The bill to authorize tho Min
ister of the Interior to make cer
tain leases was taken up for first
Rep. Winston objected to one
of its provisions, wheroupon Hep.
Robortson moved tho bill bo re
ferred to the Committeo on Pub-
i lie ijiimiri, etc., wnicn carried.
Tho House then adjourned till
10 n. ni. tomorrow.
Wo havo at hand a copy of tho
Amsterdam, N. Y., Daily Domo-
I crat, published by W J. Ivline,
who is now stopping at the Ha
waiian. It is an eight page paper,
vory well gotten up, ami tho
number recoivod contains a long
article on Hawaii written by Mr.
Kline, from a perusal of which
ono is convinced that ho hn fallen
iulovo with tho Islands..
8Ujamore of tlio above Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, I). O., nnil Sydney, N. S. W., nnd calling at Viotorin, B. O.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
iiRE XDTTE -A-T HOTOXjTJIjTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney nnil 8utii, for Victoria iml
Vnncoutor, 11. O.t
Stmr "WARRLMi O" , Fl. !2!
Stinr-MIOWEltA" April 1
Through Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Canada,
"Unltort States nnd Europe.
FItKIOIIT AND rASSr.NOEll AQENTS
D. MoNiroiiTi, Montreal, Cnnndn.
Hoiikut KKim, Winning, Onnndn.
M. M. Stkiin, San ! rnucisco, C'nl.
G. McL. JinowN, Vancouver, JJ. U.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Occnnie Stenmship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or nbout
March 8, 1896.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about thnt
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sail Francisco
on or nbout
March 12, 1896,
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for the alxvo ports.
The undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United Stales.
t5?For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passngo apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C0., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Mur. 10, 180(1..
for S. F.
..Feb. 20, 1800
.Mar. 21, lbOO
From San Frnucisco
From Sydnoy for
Monownl, Mur. 12, "00 Alamodn.Mnr. Ti.'OO
J. J. SUIX1VAS,
FasMon Staples Co.,Ufl.
Honolulu, II. I.
Sullivan & Hockley, Mnn'g'n,.
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tho City, with Competent and Cnro
Stand at tho Pantheon Stables,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
IIuw'i, Hotel StnUes, 82.
Piuilhenn Smbles, 31
tf Fnhhiou StnbloB, 118.
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Oflloa : Knnhunmnu Ktreot.
1 in tf
Miss D. Lamb.
Offlco: With J. A. Magoon.
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 250, : : : : No. GOD, Klag St.
Oceanic Sleaisli Go.
I'rom Victoria nnd Vnncumcr, 11. C., to
Sinn and Sjilnny!
Stmr "MIOWEHA" March 1
Btinr"WAHMMO0" Mnrch 30
C35T For Freight nnd 1'nssago nnd nil
General Information, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
' Accnts for me u nwnnnn lBitimis.
m Miil Ebuiii Go
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamers of tho abovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way to tho
nbovo ports on or nbout tho following
Stmr City of Peking Mnr. .1, 1800.
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Stcnmors of tho above Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tlio abovo
port on or nbout tho following dates:
Stmr China Feb. 21, 1800
Hates of Passage sre as follows:
HAMA. Cabin $150.00
Cabin, round trip, -1
Cabin, round trip, 12
European Steerage... 85.00
tSyl'nssoiiBors paying full faro will bo
allowed 10 percent olT return fnio it re
turning within twelvo mouths.
t2T"For Freight nnd Pnssngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Wildci's Staisliip Go's
0. L. WIGHT, Prcs. S. U. HOSE, See.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, FortSupt.
Will lonvo Ilonolnln nt 10 a. m., touching at
Lnhninn, Mnnlnoa liay iim Mukemi the
sumo ilay; SInhnkona, Knwnlhno anil Lnn
piliochoe tho following diiy, arriving at
ililo tho snmo ovening.
LEAVES IIONOI.DI.I7. J ARRIVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday Slur .'!
Friday Mnr 13
Tuesday Mur 24
Friday April 3
Tuosilny Mnr 10
rridny Mar 20
TiitMlay Mur 31
Itetnrniug, will leavo Ililo nt 1 o'cloolc
r. m., touching nt Lnnpnhoohoo, Mnhu
koun nnd Knwaihno same day; Mnkena,
M'lalaoa ltay and L.dmnin tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho aftornoons
of J uesday mid Tridays,
fSSfNo Freight will bo received after
12 noon on duy of sailing.
Will lcnvo Honolulu Tuesday nt 5r.!i
touching at Kidmlni, Ilnnii, Hnmon and
Knmhulii. Man I. Itctiunlng airives lit
Honoluln Sunday uioruiiigs.
Will call nt uu, Knupo, on second trip
of tnch month.
&4SP"No lTcight will be rtcched after
r. m. on uny of Bailing.
This Compnuy will rohCives tho light to
make changus in tho tiaio of departnic nnd
auivnl of its Hteaniurs without noticu nnd
It ill not lio luspoiiHihlo for any conse
(Micnces iiiisuig thorcfroiu.
Consigupcs inuht bo at tho Landings to
recelvo thou- Fnightj this Company will
not hold iUelf rcbpouslblo for fieight nfter
it has been lauded.
I.ivo Stool; only nt ownei's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passengers
unless placed in tho care of l'urbcis.
Pnhheimcrs nio requested to purchnso
tiekots htforo ombarklng. Thoso fuiliiig to
do bo will bo subjcot to nn additional
charge of twenty-five per ooiit.
Island jowolry is vory popular
for souvenirs. It is lnanufnclured
to ordor nt II. G. Binrt's, on Foio
Btroct. Gold viro muncs mndt
wliilo you wnit.
ED. A. WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
' and Williams Bros.
Pioneer Furniture Warerooms,.
Pianos for Sale, Hire and Moved. Chairs for Bent.
Undertaker and Emklmer,
Tombstones and IMonnmonts.
itesid.nco nnd Night Telsic. 611 KING STREET, Tel. 179.
nryTrafv , .
.' ' .v9
v . v or
Importers direct from tlio Fnctories in
AMERICA, MANILA, MEXICO, and HAVANA
Of Tobncco nnd Cigars. Pipes and
We'ke What We Advertise
and Just as Reimiesknted.
Wo aro Pacemakers on
Is prepared to furnish
4000 Tons -:-
-:- Cane Fertilizer
to order for 1800.
ALL GOODS SOLD TO A GUARANTEED
FOBMULA Oil ANALYSIS.
Soluble anil Available riioipnoil((AcUl,
Sulphate of Aiiiiiioulu,
Nitrate of Sodu,
Sulphute of l'otafcli,
Coral Llmu Stone,
rii08iliate ami Fish Guano.
In Quantities to Suit.
SJST" Orderi solicited for a fntuio do
livery. A. F. COOKE,
Subnoribo for the Kvkxing Bul-
1 r.ETix, 75 cents por month.
ss k fit p r? rijj?
i 1 1 ii
H0M.I.STRI? & m
cr. l'orH,iit:.Vcrclinnt M.
of Smokers' articles suitable for
"Wo mako a Specialty of Shoes.
It's our business.
Wo propose to give more
Value, Style and Conitbrt
Than anybody else can or will.
Mcliimiy's Shoe Store
405 Fort Street.
Fifttfon yours' oxporionco nnd nil
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
. R. RILEY.
Lenvo orders at Sanders' Ex
press ofiico, King Street, nonr
Fort. Tolephono 80.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
My $10.00 Hath Tnhs, linod with best
quulity, No. 10 zinc, 0 iu. l'ipo, Chain nnd
Pluff, with wood ilm nil complete. Other
denlem nro dumfnimilrd, nnd lusoit to all
uinuucT of TrickH nnd Excuses.
Uouotdecvhcd, theho ltnth Tubs have
been sold for 14 until I roduecd tho price.
I nm prepnred to do ull work in my liuo
nnd gunrantto witisfaction; EstimateH fur
nished. If you wnnt n pood Job elienp for Cash. "
ring up Tclephono SI I, nnd I um yonr
1 -tf TiuHmith & I'lnmberi
"f99w "" 5,5,