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EYENING BULLETIN, MARCH 20, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Hawaiian Circus on Saturday
Cricket practice ou Saturday
When -will thocloso season como
in fishing for a great seal ?
Intorost in tbo coming regatta
is increasing in boating circles.
J. M. Poopoo lectures tonight nt
the Young llawaiians' Institute
Tho air is growing summer-like
as tho equinoctial gales subside.
An illustrated advertisement of
Hughes' cane car is in this paper.
A notico to creditors of H. F.
Uortolmann apponrs in this pa
per. Nowsboys may now lawfully
.soil foreign uowspapors on the
II. B. M. S. Comus is supposed
to bo coining from British Colum
bia under sail.
Thorn wore onlv niuo minor
cases on the District Court calen
dar this morning.
A Durham bull will bo sold at
miction by JitmoB F. Morgan on
Saturday at noon.
Tho now roBtaurant on Bethel
stroot gives a list of attractions
and rates elsowhoro.
"Will sho comb-us for claims ?"
is supposed to bo tho query in
aomo mindB about tho Comus.
Frank L Dodgo has samples of
tho latest improved U. S. Army
and othor rifles on tho way horo.
Soveral bus loads of Nunanu
street flower girls wont out to
Makeo Island for a picnic today.
Chun Hop was fined $25 by
Judge do la Vorgno this morning
for being concorncd in a che fa
' Tho case of Julion D. Hayno
was called in tho Police Court this
morning and continued until to
morrow. Willio Wildor has been doing
some good shooting lately. Ho
has matlo 43, M and 47 on recent
s Tho government band will give
the usual monthly concert at Ma
keo Island this ovoning. Pro
gram in another column.
Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will moot Friday- ovoning
at tho rosidonco of Kov. 0. H.
Gulick on Boretania stroot.
S. Kimura, tho Japanoso wholo
salo merchant on Kokuanaoa
street, has his warohouso jammed
full of merchandise from Dai
There was a full mooting of tho
Fourth Houso at Martin's tailor
shop this morning, at which sev
eral matters of pulio intorest woro
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany will have something now to
tell puiohasora of hardwaro and
othor things in their lino when
they 'got through stock-taking.
Cricketors aro jubilant over tho
prospect of matches with tho ex
pected British cruiser Comus'
mon. Somo good players are
Jcnown to bo among hor officers.
HM.rt n.!fiali ninfant flnmiia.
v. which is oxpocted horo shortly,
?. .: -r oka .. ai. in
im carries u oruw ut oju juuu. uu in
v an armored cruiser of tho third
olass, 2370 tons, and has ton guns.
W. F. Williams is tho uamo of
a boy who ploaded guilty beforo
tho District Court this morning of
habitual disobedience to his
parents. Sontonco was suspended.
Hawaiian subjects had treaty
privileges for unrestricted resi
donco and business in any part of
Japan more than twonty years
beforo the pooplo of any othor
Marshal Brown has appointed
N. 0. Goodwin as inspector ol
weights and measures. It is in
tended to make tlio law acuvo
again, and tho appointee is a good
ono for tho placo.
Tim nlinrrro aeainst Thomas von
Kroner of being foniul by night
without lawful oxauso in a cortain
storehouse bolouging to tho Oath
olio mission, was nofto pros.'d in
tho District Court this morning.
Tho Oahu lliiilwiiy and Lund
Co, liuvn put in a now Hwitoh for
-tho Oulm Building and Lumbar
)!o., tlio now OliinoHo lumber iioo.
plo, Tlio oompiiiiy uvo also inldlng
u third Hwltiili to tlio I'lioillo Oimno
nml nirtlllNliiK iJo.'P firniimiH.
Tlio iii)milly of tint KuiMIkIiik
t'n'n winitM linvn nwrnnllv Ihwii
i ammmmmmmmmmt iwinwiwi win I
IirGISIiATUlti: IN SESSION.
Continued from let Page.
free to all lopors who faithfully
uso them according to instruc
tions. It would cost to erect a
public bath houBO at Kalaupapa,
such as has boon built nt Kalawao,
about $3000, aud tho
Board of Health aro not yet con
viuced of tho necessity of going to
thatoxponso. Firewood is supplied
freo to all, but coal is supplied
only to tho baths, and tho furnish
ing of coal to individuals would
come entirely within tho jurisdic
tion of tho Buporiutondont. Hav
ing found that tho requests of the
potitionors havo boon substantially
complied with so far as oxpediont,
tho committeo recommend that
tho potitiou bo laid on tho tablo.
Tho roport was laid on tlio
table until moro information was
gained on tho subject or until a
committeo of tho Houso had visit
ed tho settlement.
Hep. Ilauuim from tho Com
mitteo on Public Lands roported
on tho petition of residents for n
road from Punaluu to tho home
stead lots in Kau.
The committeo recoramond that
an item for tho purposo bo insert
od in tho proposed Loan Act and
that in tho moantimo tho bill bo
laid on tho tablo.
Piep. Hanuna from tho Com
mitteo of Publio LandB presented
an unfavorable roport on tho pe
tition asking for an appropriation
for a storehouse and wharf at Na
poopoo. Laid on tho table.
Rop. Bond gavo notico of a bill
to repeal tho "Act to Mitigate"
and a bill to restrict target snoot
ing on Sundays.
The Speaker had read tho fol
lowing roply to tho Minister of
Interior to questions put by Rep.
Richards concerning tho expenses
and earnings of tho tug Elou:
"In answer to tho request of
Hon E. E. Richards, member
from Hilo, asking for a statomont
of tho amount expended upon, and
tho earnings from towngo of tho
Government steam tug Elou for
tho year ending December 31,
1895, I beg to state that tho ox
ponsos woro as follows:
Coal $ 1,593 75
Extra labor " 274 75
Repairs " 1,527 28
Tools and equipment " 79 (50
Oil, waste, etc " 030 G5
$ 4,100 03
Pay of officers and
crow " 0,300 00
S 10,400 03
"Tho earnings of tho tug for
tlio Bame period amounted to 810,
"J. A. King,
"Minister of tho Interior."1
Rop. Kaniauoha offered a reso
lution asking that a committoe bo
appointed to ascertain tho exact
number of contract laborers now
engaged in different industries on
tho islands aud when their con
tract will expire Also tho num
ber of freo laborers employed and
tho number of laborers of both
classes required' for tho coming
Tho Attorney-Gonoral moved to
amend by referring tho matter to
tho select committeo on tho Por
tugueso petition. Rop. Kamau
oha accepted tho nmondmont and
tho resolution passed.
House Bill No. 13, was taken
up ou tho second reading. Tho
bill defines tho sizo of tho Nation
al ensign. It was roferrod to tho
Committee on Commerce.
Sonato Bill No. 14, relating to
contested elections, was road a
second time by title and referred
to the Judiciary Committeo.
Adjourned to 10 n."m. tomorrow.
NOTES OF 110T1I HOUSES.
Senator Brown was unable to
attend today,, boing engaged in
tho Supromo Court.
By tho timo the present session
is over tho olork of tho Sonato
ought to bo an oxport in pro
nouncing Hawaiian proper names.
Rop. Kamauoha gavo notico
that tho solcct committeo of iivo
on tho Portuguoso potitiou would
moot at 2 o'clock, aud that tho
conimittoo of tho Portuguoso
Union aud tho gonoral publio
This evening tlio first dolmtn of
ilio Tilled Houso will tulto plum)
nt tlio Aniorlmui Lnuifiin hull.
Hnbjiwiti "lloHolvndi Tlmt llio Clov
uriimoiil Hlimilil lvo immoilliito
Molluaftir tlio iili'0j!ili()ii of )iu
Jii)Ul)iMitf I in lily."
Higuuit of .ill in Leavening Pow
PRICE & BURNS'
Old Stand, Fort and Bere
FDR R SHORT SEASON DNLY
Second PerformdDce Monlv. March 30Ul
Tlio First nml onlv Circus ever organized
In tlio Hawaiian Islands.
Everyiulnj; new, novel and Interesting.
A 8ELECTED COMPANY OF
... Consisting of ....
Funny Clowns, atronj Men,
Trained Hawaiian Ilorsei,
Trapeze Performers, Wire Walkers,
Lcupcrs, Jugglers, Acrobats,
Balancers, Etc., Etc., Etc.
In addition to the full Circus Company, a
band of 'it musicians and tbe Kawalliau
Quartctto have been specially engaged Tor
the Honolulu season.
Don't forget Saturday nlaht. March 2Sth.
Doors open xt 7:"0; rommence at 8.
Chairs ?1; Gallery 25 cents. Children half
price to chairs only. Seats may ho reserved
at Circus ofllcn Saturday without extra
charge. Carriages ordered for 10:80
Sole Proprietors, Price A, Burns; Huslm-ss
Manager, Junior XV. Price; Amusement Di
rector, Wilfred Burns. G2-:it8
Tho Most Durable, Econo
mical and Simplo of any
Cano Car over made.
Egfc. One man can unload in
five seconds. Capacity Four
E For further informa
tion, apply to
J. A. HTJG-HES, '
2 Call up Telephone
4tSQ ad place an order
with us for Feed.
FRESH STOCK ALWAYS ON HAND.
WASHINGTON FEED CO.
IN THE OIllODIT COUltT OF THE
Fint Circuit, lluwnliiui Jslnnil. In
the matter of tho bankruptcy sf II. P.
HEKTELMANN of Honolulu, Island of
Creditor! of tho said TlanVrupt nre liero
liy no ti lied to como iu and provo their dobtH
luiforu tliu Cinmil Culirt of llm Vlml Ciiunit
in Juilio iiry.llnildlng, Honolulu, o JIiih
dny, tho SUth day of Marcli, 1890, between
tlio liourri of 10 o'clock in tho foronoou aud
noon of tlio said day, nud elect nu Ahulguco
or AhmIj)hi4 nf tliOHidd llimWriiidV VMtnUt.
Jly the Courti
Honolulu, Mmuh ISOil, 'Jil'.'-Ilt
lldllitl Ntrevt nlwu Vok oniiH),
NlUli AND H.BAN.
Cliluleii uu TllM), Tlinrl(
tii)uriM , nnwti bji fliimlitv
mw wllli illiiiittr m1i ily.
, TliBWtUw nml
ik NTI)H 91.60
r Luttut U.S. Gov't itoj.ort.
is our now inscctitudo for
roaches, bed-bugs, moths and
insect pests of all kinds.
It kills them instantly, des
troys tho eggs. Won't stain;
d'H-sn't have an unpleasant
odor; easy to use. The great
value of Rough-On-Bugs is,
you can sprinkle it in tho cre
vices, whero their nests are,
and thus destroy tho eggs and
break up their breeding places.
Full directions with each bot
tle. Try it. If it doesn't do
what wo claim, wo refund
money. You therefore tako
no risk. Price 25c.
Get it of
HOBRON DRUG CO.
There's a lot in the ' way
gotids aro shown and a lot in
the buying of them. Our
placo is a combination of good
.buying and good showing.
Note result: Tlio largest a
gcegation of fine goods blend
ing harmoniously with a cheap
er variety ever shown in Ho
nolulu. Sometimes when a buyer
happens in a factory where tho
supply is greater than the de
mand thcro is a chanco for a
bargain. Then, too, manufac
turers occasionally want to re
alize on their product between
seasons. This also is a bargain
chanco. .It happens in dif
ferent lines and wo managed
to get one or two to offer you.
Listen to this: A genuine
Dietz lantern at 50c, Three
different sty les.cno. just as good
as tho othor. You never
bought ono in Honolulu be
foro for less than a third moro,
sometimes you'vo been asked
double tho price.
This is one of our bargains
for this week there aro others
just as good. You know what
bargains mean in somo adver
tisements ours aro facts.
Von Holt Building.
Take an Outing
Trains will louvu at 0:10 a. m.
nml li-tn I1, M,,ariivln in Iloiiu.
lulu t .1:11 mid Mifiri v, m.
nOUNP TRIP TICKETS;
)t 0u tf.1 cu
Punrl CJily... Vfi
Ww llltioii.. . I 00
WiiltfiiHt),,,, I 60
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street.
Mouday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
March 23d, 24th and 25th.
AN ELEGANT LOT OF ,--,
K Imported Hats
Hibbons and Flo'wers ! 'S
Ladies aro cordially invited to call and see tho
Latest Styles for the coming season. t
STILL GOING OKT !
Our Closing Out Sale
IS THE TALK
Large Line o Undcnvoar! t '
Large Sitoclc of Sillcw and Satinw !
Large Stoclc of Clotlis and Serges I
Largo Stoclc oi "White IMuslins !
Aro being sold during tho month of March at Half Price.-
A. G-reat Opportunity !
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
Piano for $1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying a single big silror dollar for tlio privilege of guessing Low
3&g; -s- Oajmclle
AVill burn, now on exhibition in our (AVALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show window. Call and oxamino tho Piano. Evory lover of musio
will rocoguizo tlio sunorior qualities of the "Fischer" Grand.
Evory purchaser of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
guess. AVo have adoptod this means of more largely advertising the
high merits of tho Fischer Piano.
Tho contest will tako place on tho
11th DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held under tho personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
1 slop CUUrUlN LO
I Big Candle Guessing Coupon.-
I Height of Candlo 4 Foot. .
H Elegant Uprlqht
H Vnluciliil 93U.
1S3" Tlio nearest
3 correct frucss will
M tako tlio l'luno.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
YaUle Lands For Sale!
A Good Invostmontl
1IICJK UNDH WITH, AIIDNDANT
HHjiiiJy nl wr. Al, fruel Kmiil mill'
mI'Io (oreiililitilN or ulylilliiy imi Itumw
litMil !wl mt Hwmi nuwi isu
fiuiHitoiiia. . , , , .
Contest Takes Placo on Juno 11th.
Kill In tills Coupon and present eamu to us per- H
eoually or liy mall, accompanied by ono dollar, and In ra
return woj;lvo yon tlio diolcuof ono dollar's worth of pj
goodi I row our luru and vurled stork, and at tho jj
same time wo will record your guess ns follows: (1
How Long Will It Burn?
Days , Hour Minutes
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Eagle -:- House
(iJno. MoLkan, Prop.)
Nnumm Ave,, butweun IkrrtauU umt School
ROOIVI AND BOARD:
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