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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 21. 189G.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory day except Sunday nt
C09 King Streot, Honolulu, II. I.
For Month, nnywhoro in tho Iln-
wnllnn Islands $ 75
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For Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Por Year, postpaid, olhor Foreign
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CSTMlownroof cheap imitation. 'Thr
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lient on tho wrapper, ami Is blown in
tho gloss of each buttle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
mports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE l8T, 1805.
dHMumm & Co.'s extra
Poinmory & Urono 11,708
Moet t Ohaticlou D.COS
Hoidsicok & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3.438
Perrier Jouot 3.28G
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
8t. Mnrco..ux 33t
Krug& Go 270
Ohas. Hoidsiock 3C5
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo AgontB for G. II. Mnmm & Co.
for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
2 Cottages om Beretanla Sluoot,
No, !)!), adjoiuli'K tho Qucou's Hots
Ono with U Itoonm, also Mosquito Itoom,
BiilliliouHc, Kitchuii, l'antry, SoiviintV
HouBf, Carriage lloiinu, etc. L irgo garden
One with fi liooins, aUo liathroom, Pan
try, Kitchen, Shed, etc
&JBT I'ramwiiy ciuh paint tlio prouiibeH.
For iiarticulaiH, nnii y to
SIS-lw H. W. .SCHMIDT k SONS.
having iti:oi:ivi:i) notiok ov m.v
liugbaiid'ri ixlieino IIIncmH at the Tabloln
Hospital in Kan Fraucinoo, I am compelled
to go to thu Count on Saturday next, Dnr
iiilj my iditonro my Inuhiwn will ho euu
duoto I by my vinploymi and I rwjiwlfully
atli Hint our furmur patrunit aonlliiue lluiir
kind wtionnni livrviufuio.
MIW, rilANIl ALVIU
IIbhuIhIu, Marvli 17. Mi, (WMw
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
nnusr. op ktpiiksf.nta
tivi:s tkis a m;sr.
Nonutnr JlcJiullt' IViiimiiiihIn IHnro
(liiemloiim rr tho ."Tlliil.tpr or
riimnoc-liltii l.llirnry Itlll.
Twenty-Sixth Day, Maiicii 21th.
Sonntor Lyman from tho Com
mitteo on Public Lands reported
on tho potilion of rosidoiita of
Kauni for an appropriation of
65000 for a now road to Koloa.
Tho commiltoo rncomniondod that
tho road bo built and that S-1000
bo appropriated for tho purposo.
Eoport Inid on tho tablo to bo
taken up with any now appropri
Sonator Brown from the Judi
ciary Committee reported on tho
petition of thirty-three lawyers
and others for an amendment to
tho law on privato ways aud
wator rights. Tho committeo
favors tho chnngo petitioned
for and submits a bill con
taining tho desired amend
ment. Tho bill gives tho Circuit
Judges in chambors concurrent
rights with District Courts in
hearing and determining suits of
this class, with tho object of hav
ing tho Circuit Judges hoar tho
more important cnBes. Pioferred
back to the committeo for transla
tion. Souator McCandless submitted
tho following interrogatory to tho
Minister of Finance: "Pleuso
havo a gtatomont made for tho uso
of tho Committeo on tho Tax Law,
showing the taxes paid in tho lio
public of llawaii by nil business
iirms or busiuosd enterprises,
othor than corporations, whether
conducted as co-pnrtnorships or
by individuals. Said statement to
have all bucli business firms or
ontorprisos proporly classified un
der tho headings: "Agricultural,"
" Mercantile,"' " Mechanical,"
"Grazing," '-Professional" or un
der any other appropriate head
ing." Minister Dnniot' said it would
bo necessary to commuuicato with
all tho assebsors on tho other isl
ands to procure tho desired in
formation and that it would neces
sarily tako sotno time to compile
tho tablos asked.
Senator Lyman introduced liis
bill for tho benefit of tho Hilo
Library and lending Itoom As
sociation. By tho terms of tho
bill tho Minister of tho Interior
is authorized and directed to ro
sorvo and sot apart for tho uso of
tho association all of that certain
lot or parcel of land situate on
tho northwest side of AVuianuo
nuo streot, 50x100 foot, adjoining
tho lot owned by H. Porter, to
gether with govornmont wator,
free of charge. Tho bill also
exompts all property of tho asso
ciation from taxes, as long ns tho
library and reading room aro
open to tho goneral public.
Tho bill was referred to tho
At 10:25 tho Sonato adjourned
NOTES CI' 110TJ1 HOUSES.
Sotno miscreant has knocked a
holo in two panols of tho now
i'onco which encloses tho Sonato
Sonator AVatorhouso was tho
only absentee at tho opening of
tho Sonato this morning, but ho
caino in in time to voto on tho
motion to adjourn.
It is understood that tho rovi
siou of tho l'oual Codo Js unsatis
factory in its prcfiout form and
that it will go over for thu next
Legislature for adoption. If Son
ator Jlolstuiu's bill to rtiviso tho
Civil Codo puHHos, this will bring
out a now invil ami uriiniiial codo
nl llio Hiinio llmo whioli h iiiohI
(IllUMtt til) till Ottlllllo gtll i Vi-
etiur I'Ihimi, All fur n tlullur nl
WhI! Mt'huU t'u,
IIIK ClItl.'ATUST WI.DIUSO.
Mm-Tfii llioii.nuil 'iiiiiIck I'tilleil at
the Mauip Time
Tho largest and most rouiark
ablo wedding since tho world bo
gau, says a writer in tho Cincin
nati Tribune, took plnco at Susa.
"When tho Great Alexander had
conquered Per in, wishing to
unito tho victors and vanquished
by tho strongest tios possible, ho
decreed a wedding festival. Now
guess how many pooplo ho Order
ed to bo married. You could nev
er do it.
AVoll, Alexander himsolf was to
marry Statira,- tho daughter of
Darius; 100 of Iub chiol ollicors
woro to bo united to ladies from
1ho noblest Persian aud Medean
families,' and 10,000 of his Greek
soldiers woro to marry 10,000
Asiatic women 20,202 peoplo
married at, onco.
J don't seo how they managed to
get up a fenst for so many, butthoy
(lid, and fpr u vast multitude of
guests bosides. They had tho
most sploudid arrangements. On
a plain, near tho city, a vast pavil
ion was orected on pillars, sixty
feet high. It was hung and
spread with tho richest tissues,
whilo tho gold and precious stones
which ornamented it would have
mado your eyes blink. Adjoining
this building woro 100 gorgeous
chambers for tho hundred bride
grooms whilo, for tho remaining
10,000 an outer court was inclosed
nnd hung with costly tapestry;
and tables woro spread outsido for
A separate seat was assigned
each pair, and all wero arranged
in a semi-ciiclo on either hand of
tho royal throne. Each bride
groom had received a golden ves
sel for his libation, and when the
last of theso had been announced
by trumpets to tho multitudes
without, tho brides ontored tho
banquet hall and took their
And now, don't you think each
bridegroom stood up soparately
and vowed, "With this riiic I now
theo wed," and so ou. No, tho
coremony was vory simple; tho
King gavo his hand to Statira and
kissed her as his wife, and tho
othor bridegrooms followed his
example. That was tho way.
Thou camo the festival, lasting
five days, with music and feats of
jugglory and play acting and all
kinds of dolightful games.
' an i:.iiii.i,;tii:d unto.
What tlio Cathode liny IIIm-IokciI In
Harold Frederic writes tho fol
lowing in his London lottor to the
Now York Times:
Although it is evident that Am
erica is fully abreast of Europo in
ovpanding aud developing Boont
gon's discovory some quaint inci
dents of tho process hero may not
bo duplicated on tho othor side.
For instance, tho Vienna Museum
for somo timo has possessed as its
chiof treas-uro an Egyptian mum
my which is swathed to resomblo
a human being, but bearing an
inscription which suggested it to
bo nn Ibis instead. Tho thing
was too raro and precious to run
tho risk of uuwindingits bandages
to solve this paradox, but tho sha
dow photograph now plainly ro
venls tho skeleton of a large bird.
Professor Bergmann of Berlin
utilised tlio discovery tho olhor
day for a surgical oporation, but
at the same timo made a speech to
tho university class, warning thorn
of tho pussiblo dangers involved
in this weird multiplication of
facilities for diagnosis, llo foresees
that, now that tlio position of
niotals, substances inside tho
human form, may bo traced with
ease, ovory body who hnd boon
carrying bullets, noedleu and shot
for years without harm to himsulf
will bo poHMcssod with tlio passion
to havo tliutu louiitod iilitl duu out,
ami nyainst this ho protend fur
voutly. I In Hit) hu mado hU njieoliil
rupulBliiiii iu-urjtury In Utn Hiww
Turbiult ' !' war Ui ant
ing fl InilM IMIiikHlfNMtttil) iieuo
than by anything else, ami even
in timo of peaco, whero antiseptic
aids aro at their best, ho earnestly
deprecates till but strictly essential
oporations of this nature.
Mot or I. en v oh Ilrltldli Soil.
A Waldorf Hotel group woro ,
discussing tho extont of British
territory a low evenings ago when
an experienced travolor mado a
remark that sot others to looking
up their atlases at tbo first oppor
tunity, lie had said that a traveler
can leave London and go around
tho world aud never set foot on
othor than British Roil.
Asked to outline tho itinerary
ho answered: "From England to
Halifax; to Victoria over tho
Canadian Pacific; across tho Paci
fic to Hongkong, stopping there
on tho British reservation; theneo
to Singaporo, Ponang, tho island
of Mauritius, Capo Town, South
Africa; St. Helena and homo to
England; or from Ponang you
may go to Coylon, thonco by way
of Bombay, Adon, Porim, Malta,
Gibraltar and thonco homo."
Xow York World.
lum perm lire of Honolulu.
Daily record of temperature
kept by Hon. W. if. Castle, Ho
nolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Altitudo 50 feet abovo sea lovol.
Latitude 21 18' 20".
Longitudo 147 5L' 0".
w I e
i Jan .i78,
iJW.U f l.UU
Oct . 187,
lilt S11I0 or ITIcrt-liumllM-.
In accordance with instructions
from Messrs. II. W. Schmidt &
Sons, W.S. Luco will,comiuencing
on Monday noxt, sell at auction a
largo and valuable stotflc of dry
goods, tailors' goods, clothing,
liquors and cigars, saddlery,
hardware and grocories. This
will bo a salo of oxtroordinary in
terest to tho bargain buyers of
Honolulu, and a chanco seldom
offered to socuro first-class goods
at low prices. Tho list embraces
hundreds of useful aud necessary
articles, further particulars rola
tivo to which will bo published
later. Don't forget tho clato,Mon
day noxt at 10 a. m., at H. W.
Schmidt ife Sons' Btoro on Fort
street, between Merchant and
In l uhIiIiikIiiii.
Visitor "What would bo a
good timo to soo tho Sonato in
llosident "Well, you can tako
your choice. On Monday and
Thursday they attend to Armenia;
Tuesday, Yonozuola; Wednesday,
Cuba; Friday, tho Transvaal lto
public; Saturday if they win
sparo tho timo tho United States.
The Hawaiian question and tho
Pacific cablo aro probably rolo
gated to recess.
TImi Opium CuNi'ii.
Tho trial of Hoshina and Iwata
for soiling opium ended in Judge
do la Yorgiio's Court yesterday
afternoon. Both defendants were
found guilty, iwata was hou
toiutod to pay a lino of $300 and
coritn and 0110 mouth's ImjirlKou
inoul at haul labor. IIlunu wan
given n Him of $500 and six
iiioiiIIih' iiiiprlmiiiiui'iii ui hard
labor. Thu t'Htfo una apMitliti to
tin higlit 1 Kiuirt.
W . lltWIN AKItKSTKU.
Ilrnuslit In flniirl Undrr Ilrncli IVar
rmit in 11 linen.
Budolph Spreckols vs. W. M.
Giffard, secretary of Paauhau
Plantation Company, was before
Judgo Perry this morning. There
was a hot timo between Mr. Kin
ney of counsel for defendant, and
Mr. Hartwell of counsel for tho
plaintiff, over a Hiibpocuii issued
by tho clerk f.,r W. G. Irwin.pres
ident of tho company named.
Mr.Kinney notified Mr. Irwin thai
tlio subprrna was improperly is
sued and ho need not obey it.
Mr. 1 fnrtwiAnoved for a bench
warrant to bring "Mh InuiiTnto
court, which was granted by
Judgo Perry. Tho warrant wa?
Borved on Mr. Irwin at his oflico
by Marshal Brown, who escorted
tho witness into court.' Mr. Kin
ney asked for timo to consider
what next to do in tho matter,
aud, after about ten minutes' da
lay and a brief consultation with
Mr. Irwin, ho announced to tho
Court that ho was ready to havo
tho hearing proceed.
Mr. Allon, of Allou & Lewi's,
brokers, of San Francisco and
Portland, was on tho stand
for the plaintiff. He pro
duced 500 Bhares of Paau
hau stock, in addition to 500 pro
duced before. After resumption
of business tho only ripplo in tho
proceedings was caused by Mr.
Kiujioy'B objections to questions.
Outsido of tho courtroom, while
tho return upon the bench war
rant was awaited, Mr. Kinney said
that Mr. Stanley, of counsol for
the plaintiff, had gone past him to
procure a subpenna for Mr. Irwin.
Ho was not a little oxcited oor
At lUiiiun Kiimrc.
Tho Hawaiian band will give
tho usual concert atEruma Squaro
this afternoon immediately after
lie doparturo of tho Austrnlin.Tho
following program has boon ar
ranged: 1 March "Vienna" Kmntarb;
a Overture Klum and ClauiHo..Mereail.uilu
3 Finnic Ciinnen Illzet
I Hemiiilnoenccn of Aubcr. Godfrey
Ii Waltz Coinmem-e tho Hull Cooto
tl Oaloi l.lglit ana Feather Nicolti
The building lots to bo sold at
auction by Jas. F. Morgan noxt
Saturday aro situated in the
ohdiccst neighborhood at Mnkiki.
Fivo or six now modern residences
will bo orected in tho innncdiato
vicinity within tho coming year,
and tho many fine houses being
built at tho Punahou tract just
boyond thoso lots ensure a rapid
riso in value.
Thomas Lindsay loaves by tho
Australia. Bo gudo t.io yoursol',
A Chinese lady took tho oath
of allcgiauco this morning. Slio
tenohos a school of Chinese pu
pils on Smith streot.
You can't do better thun to call
on King Bros., when you want
anything in tho picture or art
goods lino. Don't forgot tho
number Hotel street.
Bov. Mr. Bomig hnd a largo
audionco last night. After his
regular sermon he undertook to
prove, in contradiction of an al
leged statement by llov. Mr. L'eck,
that tho Methodist church regard
ed baptism as an essential to sal
vation, whilo also recognizing
immersion as 0110 of tho modes.
Tho Prussian general stalV aro
enthusiastic ovor Count Zoppolin's
slcorahlo balloon, which can riso
1200 yards, travel olovon miles an
hour, carry two tons, stay up fully
a week and ascoiul or descend with
out throwing ballast or losing
gas. It utilizes aluminum intho
motor ami steering gear, but the
principal novelty is a suurut prn
pinutloii or sizing making silk
entirely gas light. Tho uostof
one win im it,ouo, inn us vidua
11 IIiiih of war art a lookout ovnr a
vtud luiiuo, uitliur by muh or IhuiI,
Hill m illUHUMllwllIu,