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Vol. 1. No. 239.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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A TEREIBLS CASE
Mr, i:. IVjntt. of fort llond, Yvt
lllnilinnmli. Ho. AliMnillu, wrllo of
tin: Bixcl ciimlltinii uf her lltllo ttiiugli
let, xvliooo portrait alio also fiends 1
"Mv ilauplitcr was mulcted with
Ec7cin:i ot tho most aggravated
type, The dl.si'.iso first appeared in
eruptions on her head, then her hair
began to fall out, and in spite ol
tho host medical advice anil treat
inent she grew steadily worse. Tho
sores were lull of mutter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eves be
came affected, and she was, in" truth,
In a terrible state.' My neighbors
wero very sunnathotic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded mo to try Ayer's Sarsa-
arllla, and 1 am most thankful to
bo able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health. Sho has now as
good a head of hair us anyone could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
and she is a line girl of eight years
with vo"v pr spci t of (.-rmvl'ig m
to be a strong ud health) voiuan."
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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
Tun sn.v.vr jt ns out ot' i:n.
A n it ilu IIiium ornciirmcialiillin M(
Only 'lilitf-(in .lltiiiitnx Tliu
EiniiTii Day, Fkukuahy 2Srn.
Tho Soimto oponed U113 morn
ing nt 10 o'clock with tlio ttsunl
preliminaries. By n peculiar co
incidence Senators Brown, Mc
CnndlesB and Hocking woro iho
only ones not present.
Tho minutes of yesterday woro
rend nnd npproved.
A comumnicntion Mas received
from tho IIouso of Itepresontativoa
staling thnt tho House hnd pnssed
tho bill relating to Honiestend
A communication wns received
from tho Auditor-Gonornl, trnns
mitting therewith his ollicinl re
port. Senator Ihco from tho Commit
tee on Printing reported the Bill
to widen tho streets of ililo ns
printed nnd Acts 2 nnd -1 ns type
written. Undor tho order of tho dny the
bill to npproprinto 815,000 for tho
expenses of tho present session,
enmo up on its second rending nnd
passed. It -wns referred to tho
Coimnitteo on Printing for n Until
iho Act to Further Provide for
tho Pnyment of Current Accounts
carao up on its Until reading nnd
wns passed unanimously.
Minister King's bill rolnting to
Homestead Lenses wns read tho
third time and also passed unani
mously. Sonntor Lyman's bill to improvo
tho streets of Hilo enmo up on tho
second rending. It wns rend by
titlo and reform! to tho cdtajli&it'.
teo on Pubho Lnnct3 nnd Intomnl
Houso Bill No. 1, authorizing
tho Minister of tho Interior to
inalvo certain lease wn. taken up
and read tho first time.
Under suspension of tho rules
tho bill wns rend u socond time
by titlo nnd referred to tho Com
mittoo on Public Lauds nnd lu
Tho following is tho full text of
"An Act to nuthori,0 tho Minister
of tho Interior to mnko n certain
clnss of lenses; amending Chap
ter U of tho Luws of 1870.
lie il cnartcd by (lie Leijhlalure of
the Republic Hawaii.
Section 1. Tho Minister of tho
Interior may with tho approval of
tho Exocutivo Council make lenses
of Government Lands in tho Do
partmont of tho Interior for tiny
number of years not over thirty,
at public auction, for tho erection
of storos, warehouses, fnctorios,
shops, business nnd professionnl
oilices nnd other buildings for
business, manufacturing or pro
fessional purposes, and tho occu
pation thereof by tho lessees.
Section 2. Evory such lonso
shall contain a covonunt on tho
part of tho leasee that ho shall
during tho first lour years of tho
term of tho lease, cause to bo
orcctcd upon tho lensed promises
a iiro-proof building of brick,
stone or metal, in u woikmauliko
nuinner satisfactory to tho Min
ister, at not loss than a stated cost;
and phnll keep such building in
good repair during tho remainder
of tho term or thu loaso, reason
able uso and wear thereof only
oxcepted; and in case of damage
or destruction of buch building
by firo, shall mnko good such loss
or diimngo by tho nccossary re
pairs or reconstruction.
Section 3. Evory such building
with all fixtures and additions
thorcto shall, at tho expiration of
tho term of tho lonso of tho pro
mises upon which it is orectod, or
other soonor determination there
of, vest in tho government.
Section A. Every such lease shall
also contain n covonunt on tho
HONOLULU, IT. I., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 189G.
part of the lessor that upon tho
request in writing by tho lessee or
his representatives before tho ex
piration of tho term thcroof, tho
promises with tho improvomouts
shall, nt tho end of such term if
all of tho conditions to bo per
formed by tho lesseo hnvo been
satisfactorily performed, bo put
up at miction for ti lenso for n
term of not over twonty years.
Section 5. Tho covenant re
quired by tho second and fourth
sections hereof shall bo sot forth
in every such lease, nqd in tho
advertisement of every public auc
tion required by tho 'first section
hereof, nnd nt every such public
auction slmll bo read aloud to tho
audience by tho auctioneer.
Section 0. In addition to tho
said covenant such leases shall
contain tho usuul stipulations and
Section 7. This Act shall tnko
effect from tho dnto of its publica
tion. Minister Damon stated that ho
had been asked for certain .Btntis
tics in rolatiou to tho proportion
of taxes paid by tho various isl
ands and referred to certain items
in tho press concerning tho mat
ter. Ho did not think that tho
parties who hnd made application
therefor woro entitled to tho stat
istics and henco ho hnd refused
tho information. Ho wished tho
Sonato to understand, howovor,
thnt ho would gladly furnish any
tgures on that or nny other snb
Btibject whon desired by n proper
resolution or nt tho request of its
Senntor Baldwin thought tho
Minister was correct in his attitude
on tho matter and that it was n
niutlor that should bo inquired
into by tho Finance Committeo if
they thought desirable, and after
wards reported to tho Senate.
Thoro boing no othor business
on hand the Sonato at 10:35 ad
journed to Monday at 10 o'clock.
house or iu:i'iir.sJ:NTATivK.s.
IIouso met at 10 n. in., Speaker
Naono in tho vhair.
A loUorfrom M. Laws. Auditor
C-innnnil. una nniiv.i.l frnnumif. i
ting his printed report. Ho said
thnt having nuule a lull report of
tho workings of th' Audit ofhYe
t tho Hpoi-iil mo ion convened
last summer, hu had doomed il
unnecessary to submit another
lengthy report at this time, and
this ono wns therefore briof. Tho
Commission appointed at the
special session, to proparo nnd
lay boforo tho Legislnturo a draft
of a revised Audit Act, had pre
pared such a draft and ho hoped
it would ongngo thoir attention nt
a lator poriod of tho session.
ltop. llanunu moved a suspen
sion of tho rules to permit him to
move tho rescinding of his
motion passed tho othor day,
ordering tho translating nnd
printing in Hawaiian of tho
special report of tho Board of
Health on tho cholorn epidemic.
The voto wns rescinded.
Bop. Winston presented n re
port of tho Commorco Coinmittio
on tho bill to provido tin addition
al port of entry at Knilun, in tho
collection district of Konlakokua,
Hawaii, recommending its pas
sago. Tho bill was lator put on
its second reading, passed nnd
ordered rend ti third timo tomor
row. Tho IIouso unanimously pass
ed on third rending the Sonato
bill changing tho beginning of tho
biennial fiscal period.
Bop. Bubortbou gavo notico of
meetings of tho joint committees,
on foroign nlniirs and registration
Tho Houso adjourned at 10:35.
"Tho Conversion of Saul,"
afterwards Paul tho Apostloto tho
Gontiles, was Bov. Bomig's sub
ject of discourso last night. Ho
took up tho history of Saul's por
sistont prosecution of tho disci
ples and followed it through its
diitoront phases till, from tho
irato tormontor of tho.Christinns,
ho was found preaching Josus as
the Son of God. Tho sornion was
full of teaching valuablo to thoso
intorostod in Biblo study.
THE DANCE LAST NIGHT.
Tlin 1MCII.7. HIICl) TKAMHFOKMKD
i.vro a iiom'kii or in: tin v.
A I.nrct Mlinlicr r I'rlniiU of Com-
punlcn I!, nnd I). Ilulo nil L'njn)-
nliln rimn'llia Dl'coiMtl ins.
About three hundred people at
tended tho joint idnuco given un
dor tho auspices of Companies B.
and I). last evening nnd they hnd
n most onjoynblo timo. Tho
arrangements were excellent
throughout and reflected groat
credit on tho committees who had
tho nffnir in chnrgo.
Tho decorntions wero not ns
olnbornto as on previous occasions
but they seemed to give bettor
sotisfaction. Tho doing nwtiy of
tho big screen ot ilogs in front of
tho entranco was a very marked
improvement. Thnt and tho kcop
iugof tho roof decoratiousbelow tho
rafters allowed a freo circulation
of nir and kept thoroom nice mid
cool. Over tho main ontrnnco the
big 00 foot American ling wns
grouped in tnstdful folds, nlono in
all its benuty and simplicity. At
tho other end of the linll a lnrgo
stngo has been orcctcd for tho
earning minstrol performance.
This wns tnkon advuntngo of by
tho musicinns, who snt in n bower
of ferns, pnlms nnd other potted
plants. Ovor tho stago n lnrgo
Hawaiian fiag was grouped. Sus
pended from tho rafters nil
around tho sides of tho hall woro
Jlrcgs of all nations, dotted horo
anil thoro with grconery and
palms. Tho quarters of Company
B. and H. woro both decorated
with plants and ihigs nnd over
tho entranco ot each was tho
company's initial surrounded with
lings. 'Iho neatness of tho gonornl
decorntiaus was tho subject of much
prniuo during the ovciiii)g,nnd(liir
arrangement in not being allowed
to intorforo with tho coolness of
tho atmosphere provoked much
fnvorablo comment nnd should bo
borno in mind by future commit
tees. The music by tho Kawai
hau club miis till that could bo
desired and many thought this
popular orchestra played hotter
Lemonade was served during
tho evening and at 11 o'clock ice
cream and cako woro served, to
gether with hot coffeo for thoso
who preferred it.
Fred Oat was lloor manager nnd
porformod his arduous duties to
tho gonornl satisfaction.
Colonol McLean, Major MoLeod
nnd other lino oilicors woro pre
sent during tho evening.
Tho following tiro tho commit
tees whoso united efforts resulted
iii tho grent success of tho first
joint hop of theso two militnry
FiiOOit Messrs. F. B. Oat, Gere,
Giles nnd Storey.
llEcni'TiON Lioutonnnt Bowoll,
Cnptain "White and Lioutonnnt
AiiitAKOT.Mr.NT8 Messrs. J. A.
Johnson, Oat, Jncobson, Druni
niond nnd Govo.
Di:coi:atiok- Messrs. "W .Smith,
AVaity, Lynn, Storoy, Foster nnd
i mi vrni:i:r.s.
l'u 1 1 Tci of St'iuilor IiJ'iiiiiii'h iiiii
lor I Inil I'liipcikc.
All Act to provide for improv
ing tho streets in tho town of llilo,
Island of Hawaii.
Bo it enacted by tho LogUlutuio
of tho Bopublic of Hawaii:
Section 1. Tho Minister of tho
Interior is hereby authorized and
empowered to fix tho sfrcot linos,
nnd lo establish tho grades of tho
streets, in tho town of Ililo, Isl
and of Hawaii.
Section 2. A Committeo of iivo
residont citizens of tho town of
llilo, ohoson at n public mooting
called for that purpose, by quali
fied voters, shall act with the
J Minister of tho Intorior in deter
mining Bnid street linos nnd grndes;
Btich committeo to servo without
ji:.. o rm.- ...Mil. ..r l.
UUUUUU U, X1IU Wllllll Ul UIIUI1 I
street shnll bo determined nccord- '
ing to tho apparent ne'&ls of tho
tmblic, and shall, in no enso bo
ess than forty (10) foot nor more
than sixtv (GO) feet in width, in
cluding sidewalks and drains; e,x- !
cept Front street, which may be1
mm lo ni.y width desirable
Section 1. The grado of each
street shall bo tho best that can bo
made, for tho convenience of the
Section 5. Tho street lines nnd
grades shall bo determined ns
sou) .as possible, iindj.nndo known
to tho public. iMA.
Section IS. Aftor Tho street
lines mo determined and made
known, tho Government shnll not
bo linble for dnmttgcs to any pro. J
yvuy nuiuer ior new improve
ments placed within said street
Section 7. After tho grade of
nny street is determined, all per-,
nianent worn on said street shall
conform lo such grade, ob far ns
Section 8. Front Street and
"Wninnuenuo Street shall bo suit
ably widened and graded nt once,J
nnd such work shall bo carried
out on Iho othor streots as tho
needs of (1 publio "iiiny require.
SectioL f. For tho purpose of
settling claims for damages, of
compromise nnd exchnngo of hind
UBed in widening tho streots, tho
rules set forth in Chapter 73, Ses
sion Laws of A. 13. 1892, shnll bo
Section 10. The lines previous
ly fixed of nny street mny be fur
ther extended or altered, within
tho limits of Section 3, if it is ne
cessnry, to meet tho needs of the
public, at tho time such street is
actually widoned; Front strcot be
ing miu'lo any width desired.
Section 11. This Act shnll
tuko effect from and after tho dnto
of its approval.
ni: .noiu: iiF.NM'ir.
'I lio Cllrn f Vlas liir.'l'wn l!nivnliju,
Tho Young Hawaiians' rnsti
tuto and tho Kupioluni Maternity
Home have made nrinngomcntH
with Mr. Vi'irth and Mr. Caiueiou
for a benefit performance to take j
pluco next Tuesday evening. This 1
will bo tho last pprfornianco,as the
outiro couinny sails for Japan i
next Wednesday, March 4. Tho i
Institute boys tiro already lustling
mound and promise that this en-1
torlainment will be n rousor.Thoir
Gleo Club will, in connection with
tho circus band, furnish music for
tho occasion. Tho Young Jla
wniiaus'Instituto is a young organ
ization founded for tho benefit of
young Hawaiians and deservos
tho best mtorests ot tho outiro
pooplo, and Kapiolani Matornity
Homo is ono of tho most deserving
Tho following is a lotlor of ac
ceptance from both institutipus:
IIokoi!dlu, II. I., February 23, '90.
Proprietor "Wirth's Circus,
Dkah Sih: Your kind offor
to givo ono )orformanco on noxt
Tuesday evening for tho bonolit
of tho Kapiolani Maternity Homo
and tho Young Hawaiians' Insti
tute is hereby accepted with
Tho Instituto will do all in its
power to assist you in tho dispo
sition of tickets, ushering, etc.,
and, with your permission, our
Gleo Club will discourso Hawai
ian music botweon acts.
Thanking you ngain for your
kind oll'or, wo remain,
Very respectfully yours,
Gi:o. II. Huduy, D. D. S.,
J. L. Holt,
"W. J. Coi:luo,
Committeo Y. 11.1.
Angti.a E. Cukiia,
Mahy 0. Buokit.y,
Hei.kk P. Nookan,
Committeo, K. M. H.
This will bo tho last porfonn
auco given by this company in
Honolulu, as they sail for .liiptin
Wednesday, March ith.
No circus tonight.
Pitios 5 Cents.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS-
Hawaii :oNrt:si 1 1 KLi.'ctfiujr
'IIIIAI. IS IV IMIOfJItl.SS.
lliri'D Si'iiiriililiti(iii. nre iiciKtcrrd'
ill IhnUlnli Slnhlra On-..i:lal;
H Vllllnlll Iriiii,
Jono Marques Alexandre, a gro
cer at Kapahinm, has boon Bust
by his wife for divorce.
Judge Perry has granted lottery
o&KdiinKigtrntion IcvV. B. Oiisflej,
under ."?32!()00 bond, on thn eafnf
of tho Into William Dean. The
heirs nt law all live in Yorkshire,
Englnnd. Tho cslato loft by til
deceased in Honolulu is valued a.
In tho suit in equity of Cnlifor
iiin Feed Company, Ld., vs. Club
Stnblos Co., Ld., with E. Moor
hend, J. McDonald and Ahin, in
tervening creditors, tho plaintiff'
by its attorneys, Hurtwoll, Thurs
ton Stnnloy, has amended its
bill with tho averments that it i?
tho holder of ten shares ol
tho capital slock of the defendant
corporation and thnt it brin
its bill in behalf of itself, nnd of
such other creditors of tho de
fendnnt corporation as shnll come
in and tuko tho benefit of the de
crees which shall bo made in the
case; nlso with tho prnyor thnt dc
fondnnt'H nsscts bo sold by order
of tho Court, by tho receivor, und
thnt its business nnd nll'niis lx
This amendment is mndo in
pursunnco of tho decision of the
Supremo Court, briefly nnnounced
in tho Buli.ktik yesterday, susr
tniuing tho Circuit Court's iictionii
in appointing a receiver und dis
allowing .proceedings in bank
ruptcy prayed for by thbinter
vening oredilors. Ench . member
of tho Supremo Court on this oc
casionChief Justice Judd, As
sociate ,7 ustiee Fivar and "W. IL
Castle, substitute Justice for tlwi
nonce writes a decision for him
self, tho Chief Justico nnd Mr.
Castle olnbornlely nnd Justiw
Frcnr briolly concurring in Ukj
conclusion. Tho Chief Justiou
does not seem, in his reasoning,
to think that the case was one pro
perly or nccesbarily for equity pro
ceedings.yet ho upholds tho Circuit,
Court Judgo in his doings as be
ing within his lawful discretion.
Hlirtwoll. 'I'lllll-ufmi A' Sfn.iln.-,
for plnintiil's; Bobortson timf.
jviunoy lor nppoilnnts.
Tho Supremo Court is hearing
the Hawaii contested election for
Sonntor today, Judgo Carter of
tho Circuit Court noting ns a.
substitute for Justico Whiting;,
nhsont from illness. All of
tho ballots cast nt the election nnr
boforo tho Court for nny required!
purpose, nnd n recount is in pro
gress. Hurtwoll, Thurston fc
Stanley for Mr. Holstein; Kinney
and Bnllou for Mr. Young.
Ii:. Allt OAKNIVAI..
To Collin OH' at llio ltmclll (Jrouuilci
Elsowhero will bo found tho
program of tho grent nmusomouK
carnival at Iho baseball groundr.
at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternooit
TJio choico of tho host acts of
Wirth's circus will bo perfounciF
in tho open air. Jn addition there?
is to bo a hurdle race by tho lead
ing equestrians of tho company,,
an exhibition of picking up objoe'fr.
from tho ground by Hnwuiinm
cowboys, n standing barobnet
hurdle raco by St. Jeon and Ka
chail, ind a tandem riding ami
driving rnco on tho truck. Tho
finnlo of tho carnival will be u bal
loon riscont and pnrachuto doscenfc
by Wilfred Burns, tho powerful
atliloto and acrobat of tho circus.
Thoso who buy resorved Beats will
hnvo tho privilege of ontoring th
iuolosuro where tho balloon is:
inlluted. Nothing in outdoor
amusouients liko this carnival hsti
been soon in Honolulu nnd a greafc
concourso of spectators will cer
tainly bo on tho ground.
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