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Vol. 1. No. 247.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday nt
609 King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Per Month, anywhero In tho Hn-
walinn Inlands ? 7f
Per Year. M
Por Year, postpaid to Amotion,'
Cannun, or Mexico 10 00
Per Yonr, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
I'uynblo Inviii-liililr In Ailvnncu.
Tolephono 2J0. P. O. Uox 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Health aeid Sireragf h
11Y THE USE OF
Mrs. M. A. Ciiiiitiiltipr. f YnrriivlIIev
Vlclorlii, Auitrullu. bays t
i "About ii year ago, I had a sovcro
I attack of Influenza, which loft mo
very weak, without energy, appe
tite, or Interest in life. Obtaining
littlo or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recom
mended to me, I finally tried Aycr's
Sarsaparllla, and from that time.
h began to gain health and strength,
' I continued the treatment until
fully recovered, and now have very
great pleasuro in telling my friends
v of tho merits of Aycr's Sarsaparllla,
' and tho happy results of Its use. I
consider it tho best blood-purlfler
Cold Medals at the World's Chlel Expositions.
AYFR'Q PHIQ for Constipation
HI til O rlLLO and Biliousness.
Sugar-CoatocI, Mild but Effective
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Acouts for tho llopublio of Hawaii,
Southing Interesting !
i 'i Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
f PROJI JAN. 1st TO JUNE Ibt, 1895.
G H Mum in & Co.'s extra
Pominory & Grono 11,798
Moot & Chandon 9.G08
Hoidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Ilicderer 3.438
Ruinsirt 3 13G
Forru-r Jouot 3.28G
Irroy & Co 1,786
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
Dolbeol. it Co 728
St. Mnreoiix,s 831
Krugds Co 270
Olmfi. Uaidsiook 355
Macfarlano & Co.,
jrJnlQ iwnt for O . II . Mumin t Go,
J0!' W UiUMlMllll IHIIIIHIH,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
'U'iijm mi. i. i:s to .si:li:ct
:;u3iirri.u or vivt:.
ApproprlHtliiii Hill Clomplt'fcd on Vo
ont llcuilliii; In Si'imlr (Juvcriiiiirul
X.nml IIIII AlliicUt'ft lit IIiiiiki',
FIFTEENTH Day, M AllCII 9tH
President' Wilder called tlio
Sonato to order ut tho regular
hour this jnorniug, and tho usual
preliminaries wore had.
President Wilder Bnid ho found
on his desk tho report of tho pre
sident of tho Board of Education,
which was too voluminous to rend.
Referred to Committee on Educa
tion. Senator Brown introduced his
bill to restrict Chinoso immigra
tion ami amend tlio present laws
thereon. Tho bill rcstrictsvthp oc
cupation of future immigrants to
plantations, rico or sugnr mills,
and domestic service, nnd provides
for their return to China at the
expiration of their term. Refer
red to the Printing Committee.
Senator Rico from tho Printing
Committoo roported printed
copies of tho Internal Taxes Bill;
also the bill relating to appraiso
mont and assessment for damages
in opening up new Btreots.
Under the head of unfinished
business the Appropriation Bill
from Cunent Receipts was taken
Mimstor Damon moved that an
item of $2000 bo added to tho ap
propriation for tho bchool depart
ment for the establishment and
expenses of manual and industrial
training in tho public schools.
Tho roport of Finance Commit
too on tho petition of Br. Rodgors
to bo albwed back pay to tho
amount o$280 was takon up, and
Senator Watorhouso mqved that it
bo allowed. On motion of Sonntor
Brown the item was doforrcd.
For tho Honolulu Firo Depart
ment tho sum of 11,000 was al
lowed, an increaso of 700 ovor
tho last appropriation.
Tho Electric Light work
was allowod $13,000; public
grounds $2300; lighting btreots
other than Honolulu $500; joint
ing and advertising $8500; ex
penses of election $15,000; forests
and nursorios 12,317.
Tho item of $20,000 for aid to
tho Quoen's hospital was passed
conditioned on tho froo treatment
of government patiouts.
Additional items allowed wore:
Expenses filinc certificates of
boundaries $100; Kupiolani Park
Association $5000 quarantino of
diseased animals 850; running
expenses of laundries $3300; gov
ernment pounds $500; rent Cus
tom House lot at Kahului S000;
department incidentals $3000;
curbing and paving government
sidewalks cOUUU; now rocord books
for land department $2000; run
ning expenses now iishmarkot
$1000; printing pouul code .
Senator Brown moved that an
itom of $2200 bo iusortod for aid
to tho Parudiso o tho Pacific.
Aftor some discussion tho item
was allowed subject to tho ap
proval of tho Executive, which
means thut tho poriodical must be
kept up to its present standard,
and a sufficient number of copies
supplied for freo distribution.
Further items allowed wero:
Hilo Firo Dopartmout $3150; sub
sidy to steamer botwoon Honolu
lu, Maui. Molokai and Lanai
$5200; teiophonio connection bo
twoon North Konn, South Konu
ami Kau $1000; toloplionio con
iiootio.n between Pohoiki Court
Iioiiho, Puna and Jiilo, on con
dition that a like amount ho ox
poudod by rortidoula of tho Bis
Hoimlur Baldwin uiovod Unit an
Koui of 2n()() hn ullownd for lulo-'
plimilit oouiiHutloii IwlwMtn Ilium
mid Muliii.viin on (lit wwii uon
IJirlit n iJIfliflffli tin inlilnyniiiii ill
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, MARCH 9. 1896.
SonatorHockiiiu moved to insert
an item of $500 for surveying and
laying out a road through Koolau
district to Haua, Maui. Carried,
oonator luce moved to recon
sider tho itom of $2000 for land
ings and buoys on Kauai nnd in
creaso it to $1000. Carried.
Tho Attornoy-Qonoral called at
tention to tho recent establishment
of a tnnall hospital at "Wnimea,
Kauai, and suggosted that an ad
dition of $1000 be made to tho
original itom of $10,000 for tho
support and maintoiiunco of hos
pitals. Tho Attornoy-Gonornl callod
attention to a shortngo of $5(11 37
iu tho Marshal's oflico in lbOO ac
cording to tho roport of tho Fi
nanco Committoo of tho Legisla
ture of 1892. It had boon impos
siblo to account for tho responsi
bility of this shortage and it was
not fair to have tho present in
cumbents charged with it. Ho
moved to insort an item in tho
bill to cover tho shortngo. So
ordered. Tho itom was then
roferred to tho Miscellaneous
Committee for investigation.
Tho bill was then referred to
tho Committee on Enrollment ami
Sonator Brown's Opium Bill
came up on tho first roading.
Read by titlo.
On motion of Senator Brown
tho bill was referred to a special
committoo of five. Carried.
Minister Damon announced
that ho hail sent to London for a
copy of the roport of tho Royal
Commission in London on the
opium traffic, which ho had re
ceived and was , at tho service of
tho committee. Ho also present
ed for its use a translation of tho
present laws of Japan on tho res
trictions on tho sale of opium in
that country. Ho reserved tho
right to givo an expression of Ids
opinion on tho merits of tho bill
at Homo futuro date.
Tho President announced that
ho would rosorvo tho appointment
of'tho spocial committoo for tho
House Bill No. 3, relating to
laundries nnd wash houses was
taken up on tho second roading
and passed without amendment.
Tho third reading was mado tho
special order for tomorrow.
Sonate Bill No. 9, relating to
internal taxes, was takon up and
road by title, and on motion of
Senator Brown referred to a
Bpecial committee of fivo.
SonatoBillNo. 10, relating to
appeals in damage suits for the
condemnation of land for stroot
purposes, was read tho second
tiino by titlo and referred to
tho Judiciary Committor.
Senator McCandless asked tho
Minister of Finance to furnish
tho Sonato with tho following
First Amount of taxes paid by
each and ovory corporation in tho
Ropublio- of Hawaii during tho
Second Amount of taxes paid
by each and every sugar corpora
tion on growing crops during tho
At 11:10 tho Sonato adjourned.
Fifteenth Day, Maiich 9th,
HOUSE OF ltEI'JtEsENTATIVES.
Tho Houso mot at 10 a. in.,
Spoaker Naono presiding.
Minister King roported bills
signed by tho President.
Rep. Halualani prosoutcd a
petition from Ewa for $7000 for a
briilco over tho AVaiawa stream.
which wont to tho committee on
Rop. Robortson presented a
favorablo roport from tho Judi
ciary committoo on tho bill to pro
vido for tho solo keeping of Dis
trict Court records.
Rop. Rycroft presented-a report
from tho committee on publio
lauds and internal improvomauts
on tho bill to amond the Laud Act.
It recommended lulliutiion to tho
principle of tho Laud Act as un
derstood at its passagn, and there
fore that tho bill bo laid on tlio
Initio. Tho report wim (ablod to
ho oonwidurod with tho bill.
Hon, ItlolnmlH nroMOiilud n nttti
(Ion (rum nwiilnnU of North Hilo,
for a rodimlion in npinnlnaiimiit
of Iliulr IioiihwIwiIm.
iifliiinl Hi llffiitiiiti
Rop. Robertson presented a ro
port of tho joint committee on tho
question of tho general registra
tion of tho male residents of tho
republic or of certain classos
thoreof. Tlio committee favor tho
proposition, but want tho registra
tion to bo univorsal, and submit n
bill based on thoso of 1892 and
RQp. Robertson presented a
quc'tifit to tho Mi : Vr V
Flnii v ii . to vt r ,L . ' . t.K
Board of Ejuili.ii'tion of Taxes
woro now in forca,., nnd what
changes in such rules hud boon
mado from thoso of formor boards-.
Rep. Hanuim renewed his ques
tion about reports being proaent
ed in English without Hawaiian
Rop. Robertson gavo notico of a
bill to bettor define tho duties of
tho Minister of Foreign Affairs
with regard to the military forces)
of tho republic.
Minister Cooper gavo notice of
n bill and, under buspousion of
tho rules, had it road a first tituo,
lo extend certain streets iu tlio
district of Honolulu.
Tho Registration Acfr-was read
a first time by titlo and 'ordered to
The bill relating to records of
District Courts cnino up on sec
ond reading. It provides for send
ing tho rocord books whon filled
to Honolulu for bafo keeping.
Rep. Kamauoha moved that the
report of tho committee bo adopt
ed, and on that boing carried that
tho bill bo typo-written nnd road a
third time tomorrow. Carried.
Rop. Rycroft wanted to know if
it was copies or tho original
recordB that woro to bo sent to
Rop. Kamauoha raised tho
point of ouler that tho bill having
passed was not before tho house.
Thereupon Rop. Richards moved
suspension of tho rules for recon
sideration of tho bill, which car
ried and tho bill camo up again.
. 3 tep. Rycroft, proceeding, said
tlio District Courts might not
amount to much today, but with
tho growth of tho country might
bocomo very impoitant liereuftor.
They wero legislating for the
futuro as well as for tho presont.
Miuistor Cooper said tho object
of tho bill was to have original
records at headquarters for refer
ence, us hitherto whon thoy havo
boon sent for, to bo used in trials
of appeals, in many cases thoy
could not be obtained.
Rop. Hauuna wanted to know
why Hilo and "NVailulu wero 'ex
cepted from tho provisions of tho
Rop. Richards said that thoro
was an item in tho appropriation
bill to provide a placo for safe
keeping of such records at AVai
luku. If tho documents woro to
bo sent to Honolulu thoro would
bo no nood of that expenditure.
Rep. Robortson oxplainod that
Hilo and Wailtiku being impor
tant Judicial seats, thoro woro res
ponsible porsons at those places to
tako care of tho records. In
Bmallor places thoro wqco more
frequout changes of magistrates
and whon records woro wanted,
not infrequently thoy could not
Tho bill passed and was ordered
road a third timo tomorrow. Tho
Government's bill to ninend tho
Land Act, so as to make owners
of homesteads pay rent, with fho
laud cojumittoo's adverse report
thereon, was brought forward.
Rop. Robortson moved that tho
roport of tho comuiittco bo adopt
ed. to lay tho bill on tho tablo.
Ho repeated arguments used
whon ho moved roforonco to com
mittoo on first reading. Tho Land
Act's intention in granting home
steads was takon at tho special
session to bi the providing of
facilities for small fanners to
acquire holdings for tho mutual
benefit of thmiiHalvoH and the
country. If froo land detracted
from tho independence of tho
hoinoHtemlors, boumiHO thoy woio
given something for nothing,
thou let the conditions of their
holding bo Hindu moro ouoioiih.
Tho fact vii8,hovovor,thut tho con
ditions wurnnlrtwl) HONUYOrniMtl)
Imvu prevuuled mimjiliiiiii'H Ilium
with in noma uiitj. Thwr wnu
H IMitit fill lllllltiviHl 111)1)1 Klll'lll
i Hilo mil' UiU moriiliiifi proyiiiK
for a reduction of appraisamout
of another class of homostcads.
If this bill passed, tlio lands
originally intended to ba freo of
rent might bo appraiso.l so high
that nobody would tako them.
Minister Cooper stated that it
was not originally intended t
h ivo I his class of froo homesteads
provided for. It might bo very
well if only native Hmvaiiann woro
t b i'k br-nofii'ianos of lhffrpir
Licu'ir part of tho Act, (ml people
of any nationality upon getting
lottors of denization had tho privi
lege of taking out this class of
loin. In unBwer to Rep. AVinstou
tiio Minister said tho uuioudment
was not an after thought, as tho
provision sought to bo amended
got into tho bill by inadvortouco.
Rop. Kamauoha thought' that,
ns tho Executive had to cafry-ont
tho law, dim consideration should
bo givon to its reasons in favor of
tho proposed amondmont. Ho
therefore moved that tho bill bo
deferred until tomorrow. Carried
by casting voto of thoSpeakcr.
Adjourned at 11:25.
NOTES or DOTH HOUSES.
Hunidor "Wilder has recovored
from his recont indisposition.
Tho Sonato Judiciary Commit
too are holding a session this
President Wildor will announce
tho special committees on the
Opium and Internal Taxes bills
Tho roport of thoOhairman of tho
Board of Education is a very long
dopuuieut. It will probably bo
printed aftor advertising for bids.
Tho announcement that tlio
Opium Bill was on tho ordor of
tho day brought a number of
spectators to tho Sonato this morn-
Si'Vfl-ilI llt'lltll". I
E. A. "Williams, undertaker was
rnngomonts of tho porsons named
Jyquin Garancha died Saturday
night after a long and painful ill
ness, and was buried at 3 p. m.
Sunday from tho Catholic uhnrch.
The funoral of Ah Chun took
placo from Ids late residence, IIo
tol street, yostorday at 1 1 o'clock.
Tho remains woro intorred at
"Walonetainn, tho littlo four
months old daughter of Mr. and.
Mrs. John Kahaleua, died yester
day morning at thoir residence,
Kukui lano. Tho funoral took
filaco this afternoon at 2 o'clock
rom tho Catholic Cathedral.
Tho littlo son of Edward Foun
tain died this morning, and tho
remains will bo shipped to Molo
kai this afternoon for burial in
tho family lot.
Iloury Triman, aged two years
and ono month, sou of Thomas
Triman, of Ewa mill, died at that
placo early this morning. Tho
romains will bo brought to this
city by tho train tomorrow, and
tho funoral will tako placo from
tho depot at 11 a. ni. Interment
at Makiki cometery.
Il.tiul Concert Tonltllit.
Following is tho program for
tho concort to bo givon by tho
government band at Emma square
tfiis ovoning at 7:30:
- 1A11T I.
Overt tiro Itnlliin Style St Imliurt
l'iui'alo Solo Thu Hiiinirtlns; lllril..,.Sellliu
Clur.ouel Solo-lluiliu nnect lloiif
Tliroo llnunllun Sn!o .nut Clionuus
Poll I'liiciulmiu, Mlklul, mill .Mulii I kj Ao
ltumliiUcciii! b f nwnliii (li) n!iUtft)
Waltz Cotniiino tlio Hull Cuniu
ruiilnlii l.l' lw Soldier Ellniliu x
j.kiiucr uut Ii MulmlliH Wuudl
Tho Singor received 51 first
awards for Sowing Miiuhiiii'S and
Hiiibroidury work at tho Worlds'
Knir, Ohioago, 111,, bulng tio
larguit iiuiiilmr of awards olituiiiuil
by miy exhibitor, uml nioin than
doiilild tho iiuiiiltrir uivmi to nil
illwr Bnwing Miuiliimxi. II. Ititu
HKIiitlN, A guilt. ntlil HllOOti
"V - fr -'-''-
PkToh 5 Cents.
CUSTOM HOUSE SCANDALS
i:.iii'Mii:n api uusinrs ni
I'AItrJIKvr IMMIII AllirEYT.
Tlie I'ollre tlollei't Tlicy Ilmo Un-
onrllieil 11 Snlriutli SCln-inc t
Sj-ju-jsIo ait-nix l,y .Tnpnueic.
Tioro was cOnstai'tiation among
the employes of tho Appraiser's
Dtjyurtmontof the Custom Houso
th mornin a littlo before noon
wlion Deputy Marshal Hitchcock
iiTid a posso consisting of
Dotoctivo Kaapa, Ollicers
To inn and Evans and Inter
preter Chester A. Doylo mado
thoir oppearanco, and commoncd
a systematic search of eaoli of the
employes from C. J. Fishol, tho up-praiser-in-chief,
down to tho port
ers. In Mr. Fishol's pockot book
woro a number of papers which
woro carefully examined, and to
gothor with some told returned to
him. Tho Deputy Marshal himself
searched Mr. Fishol, and iu hand
ing the pocket book back said it
was not tho kind of money ho was
looking for. Mr. Fishol was sur
prised and dumfounded at tlio
search but, aftor mustoriug up
courogo to ask what tho troublo
was, was told tho polico woro do
ing thoir duty alul would take
chargo of his ollico until it was
thoroughly searched. Desks,
drawers, boxos and trunks
of all kinds woro opened and
papers especially carefully ex
amined. Ollicer Toma found n
sack of silver in a trunk which
was taken in chargo by tho'
Hoshima, tho principal deputy
of Mr. Fishol. who -uiaiatv in
I counting jind examining Chinoso
nun .i(prmii,'iiow.goousp wa? piacca
in arrest and after being searched
sent to tho police station. Aftor
thoroughly searching tho Apprais
er's Ollico tho polico visited George
Stralomoyor's dopartmout, after
wards returning to tho station
house. About tho saiiio timo Twata, a
Japaneso who lives on tho fat of
tho land .and has no visiblo means
of SUPJOrt other than thn niiriiinrru
of Ins wifo, who is a nrostitutn
according to Detective Toma who
has had her arrested three times
on that chargo, was arrosted and
placedin u separato coll.
Mosiu, anothor Japanoso, was
also arrested and is held pending
It appears from what inform
ation could bo gained in tho short
timo allowod that tho polico havo
long had tho boliof that the gov
ernment has boon systematically
robbed by Japaneso by tho pass
ing of goods through tho Custom
Hous"o and havo boon conducting
an investigation unknown to tho
Customs authorities. Tho result
of this investigation has brought
to light tho fact that mnny
Japaneso business men woro soil
ing goods at such prices that
necessitated thoir boing landed
without paying tho propor duties.
Informors woro sot to work and
thoso facts verified, whilo tlio fur
thor information was recoived
that cortniu Jupanoso woro deal
ing in opium.
From information bumght to
tho Marshal's ollico by tho iu
formois, it was soon discovered
that tho suspootod goods and
oi)ium camo through tho Custom
Iloiiho or rather out of it, and
this morning tho information is
said to havo beon iinpartod to tho
Marshal that a paymont of $200,
in tho iJhapo of four $50 bills, had
boon mado lo ono of the employes
of (ho Appraiser's department, as
1 luod money this morning. It
was decided to act on this infortu
nium nt oiino and tho smirch for
the four $50 bills took placo as
Tho two ilaimnoHO, Uoshiniiuind
Iwatu, aro olmrgod with having
opium in poBHOMidon. Tho modo
i if nrouoduri) is snid to Imyo bwin
lo fiiliu lurgik-Himl liiiiuh lnndiots
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