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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 27, 1890.
ptimiKtffliittM iwwwMimn) Ft it fwii' wrma
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tlio Second Battalion will havo
drill nnd parudo this evening.
Doraorest medal contost at Y.
31. 0. A. hall tomorrow night.
"Count" von Kroner 1ms bdon
committed to the- InBano Asylum.
The polico Bhooting rango will
Im moved from Kakaako to Iwi
loL The Rovornmont band will play
at tho Hawaiian holol thia ovou
tng. Tho 13olqic -is duo tomorrow
morning, with Bovoral dayB' lator
Tho only arrest today was Jhat
of a Portuguese for using threat
Attend tho Demorest contest at
tho Y. M. 0. A. hall Saturday
evnning at 7:30.
The military minstrol perform
ance will probably bo gion Homo
Itobekah Degree Lodgo of Odd
UTollows hold a Bocial at llarmony
Imll this ovoning.
Mrs. Rhodes and child arrived
lu tho bark Albert from San
. JTraucisco this morning.
Spend n dollar. You might bo
tho lucky purchaser and got tho
riauo at Wall, Nichols Co.
Anothor corrugated iron addi
tion is being put up, this timo to
tho Now Modol restaurant next to
tho post oilico.
P Tho sale of tho furniture and
Iiousohold offocts of Minister
Willis takes placo at tho rosidonce
Putnam's cherry cough comfort
lor coughs and colds, a most sea
aonablo article, is sold by tho
JTobron Drug Co.
There wore only four cases in tho
polico court this morning, which
shows tho polico have an easy
timo of it those wet days.
Others guess; why not you?
Some ono will got the Fischer
Piano, and all for a dollar pnr
chnso at Wall, Nichols Co.
Although tho wind blow with
extraordinary forco last night and
tho rain camo down with a vonge
4inco, tho new circus tout was un
injured. Tho usua' rehearsal of tho Y.
M. 0. A. orchestra was hold last
evening. Tickets for tho coming
concert aro on sale at the princi
"' "Tho character of Joseph" will
be Rev. Mr. Romig's subject to
night. It will bo given as a
soquol to tho sermon on Jacob
Eon Lombn, alias Rornardino,
was fouud guilty of assault and
battery on D. M. Lobo by Judge
do la Yorgno this morning and
Jluod ono dollar and costs.
Eathor Conrardy lef t for Japan
by tho Aslouu on his way to Can
ton. Ho will stay in Japan a'out
a. month to investigato tho manner
in. which leprosy is treated in tho
Although the rain makes things
-vet, and tho streets muddy, it puts
down tho clouds of dust raised by
tho strong winds, which has an
noyed pedestrians during tho last
At tho circus tomorrow night
JCaohil will rido in an entirely
new function. Hayes and Burns
! in a perch act, novor dono hero
1 ',' "before. They will also perform
i tho colobrntod "Leotard" trapeze
Tho Board of Firo Commission
ers had a meeting yostordny after
noon nnd transacted routinobusi
noss. A project is under discus
sion looking towards giving more
liberty to tho firemen. At prosont
they ouly get 00 hours liberty
Remember that thoso Makiki
lots aro to bo sold by James F.
Morgan at noon tomorrow.
Chances for good rosidonc6 pro
porty aro growing "small in pro
portion and beautifully loss"
every year. Tako thom, then,
when thoy como.
Owing to an error H. W.
Schmidt & Soiib' salo of today
was udvortised in tho Bulletin
oE yesterday as a Bale of tailors'
goods instead of dry goods, otc.
Tomorrow thoro will be a grand
auction of ladies' and- children's
drosses (partly made up) nnd
Tallinn ilrnHH fronds. limiKnlmU
furnishings, consisting of linens,
townliugH, bod spreads, bed covers,
blankets, shawls and mrtny other
, i.raisiiATWnr ix sknsion.
Continued from J,th Page.
that tho Act to placo tho military
under the control of tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs had beon pre
sented to the President for signa
ture this morning.
House Bill No. 7, known as tho
Registration Act, wns taken up
and road through for tho inform
ation of tho Senators. ' Tho bill
was referred to tho Enrollment
and Rovision Committeo for typo
writing tho amendments to tho
Ministor Cooper presented a
.messago from tho President con
taining tho nominations or JJernard
Machado do Faria o Mnia as Con
sul Oonoral to tho Azores and
John H. Carter as Consul at
Heattlo. Tho nominations wore
mado tho special order for Mon
day. At 11:10 tho Senato adjourned.
TmiiTiirrii Day, Mauoii 27.
1I0U8G Or REl'ltE&ENTATIVEH.
Speaker Naono, after the opon
ing preliminaries, prosonted a
uoto fromtho Senate about busi
ness dono in that body.
Rep. Richards reported presen
tation to tho President of Joint
Resolution relating to auditing of
accounts of the Legislature
The Bamo member, from tho
Financo Committeo, reported on
itoms in tho Appropriation bill.
They recommended that tho pay
of jailors, guards and prison lunas
pass at $55,000 as in tho bill. Tho
salaries in tho lntorior Depart
ment wore tho samo as last period,
although titles aro changed, and
thoy recommend thoir passage as
in tho bill.
Tho roport was laiil on tho tablo
to be considered with the bill.
Hop. Ilanuna reported for tho
Committeo on Public Lands on
tho petition from Ewa for a new
road from Ilalawa stream to Pu
kaki. They stated that a law of
1892 placed tho authority for tlo
tonniuing now roads with tho
Minister of Interior, and recom
mended that the petition bo laid
on tho tablo until tho considera
tion of tho Loan Act for intornal
Rop. Kaeo presented a roport of
tho Judiciary Committeo on tho
Senate bill relating to contested
elections, recommending its pas
sago. Tabled for consideration
with tho bill.
Rop. Kamauoha presented a
report on the pay of tho Puna de
puty sheriff, recommending its in
crease from SOGO to $1200.
Rop. Hanuna thought tho com
mittee, having sovoral Hawaii
members on it, would have dono
bettor for tho deputy sheriff of
Puna. His opinion that tho officer
should havo only $1000 was
strengthened by tho statement of
tho Minibtor of Financo, showing
that this official received sovoral
Rop. Rycroft referred to a re
mark mado by Mr. Ilanuna a fow
days ngo, that tho mules in Puna
did not need shoos. It reminded
him of how ho was deceived in his
early days with stories about co
coanut trees boiug invested with
monkoys. Ho had owned about
fifty mules in Puna and ho only
allowed ono of thom to go unshod.
Rop. Kamauoha spoko of the
scattered villagos in Puna district
that had to bo attonded to by tho
Thoroport was adopted.
Ministor Smith having moved
reconsideration of tho item of
$1500 for deputy sheriff of Kawa
ihau, which carried, moved to re
duce tho amount to $1200. Ho
based his motion on statistics in
tho roport of tho Chief Justice.
Rop. Kaeo opposed tho amend
ment. The Attornoy-Gonoral was
Tho amendment was lost.
Rop. Ilalualaui moved to recon
sider tho pay of doputy sheriff of
Ewa, which having carried ho
moved to increase from 81410 to
Rop. Robertson opposed tho in
croaso, because tho number of ar
rests had decreased by thirty
eight. Rop. Halualaui again spoko for
Minister Smith opposed it, stat
ing that Ewa was exceptionally
situated, being within easy roach
of Honolulu's polico.
Tho motion was lost.
Tho bill to provido for tho im
provement of land in tho district
of Honolulu doloterioiiH to puhlio
hnaltlt and for tho creation nnd
foreclosure of lions to soauro tho
payment of tho oxponso ho in
Illghost of til in Lottvouing Power. Lattbt U.S. Gov't Roport.
currod, coming up for tho socond
reading, was referred to tho Judi
Tho Senato bill to amend tho
olection law was taken up with
tho favorablo roport of tho com
mittee). Ministor Smith advocated
tho bill and it passed second read
ing. Adjourned at 11 :35.
Theo. P. Soverin will go to tho
coast for n short vacation. Ho
will make tho round trip on tho
Is going to causo serious trou
ble. You can not afford to
lot a cough linger. Porhaps
you havo tried remedies which
afford you no roliof. You be
gin to wonder if your cough
Now, Putnam's Cherry
Cough Comfort is ono of tho
. most sure and certain reme
dies for coughs and colds. Tho
first dose will afford reliof.
It will certainly c,uro your
cough if it's possible to euro
it. This remedy is pleasant
and soft to take. Children
take it readily. Got a bottlo
HOBNOB Dlflty dO,
; Strong and Durable in Construction
Anl Is Adapted for Aw and All Plantation Work.
VS' EnlimateH riven
on nny tlo of
FJuntntion Car. Mm
on uiiovo (Jar n
plantations wish W use tho Wheels una
Iron Work they havo ou Land.
J. A. HUGHES,
Attention, Company D.
Tiiwt nrm!K.T, N. O. H. 1
Honolulu, March 27, 1890. f
KVEIIV MKMIIElt OF COMPANY
D, N. O. n., U hereby ordered to
report at Comnnny Quarters, in the
Drill Sued. THIS (Vrulnv) EVEN.
1NG, March C7th, 1SQ0, at 7 o'clock,
for Unltalion Drill. White trouwrn and
lORKiugn. W. O. WILDER, J,,.,
20:i-lt Captain Commanding.
Attention, Company G-.
nwDQUAKTEits Company G., N. O. n 1
Honolulu, Mai oh 27, l&UO.f
EVEItY JIEM11EH Or THIS COM
pany in hereby ordered to appear at
tho Drill Shed in Uniform. THIS
(Friday) EVENING, Maich "7, 18P0.
at 7 o'clock, for Iluttalion Drill.
Whito trousers and If grille,
JOHN M. KEA,
1.03-lt Captain Comaandin.
Attention, Company H.
AltMOUV COMl'ASV II., N G. JI.,
HONOLULU, March 27, 1800, J
AUj MEMDEItS OV COMPANY
II,, N. (1, U aio hereby ordered
to mmcmuIo at iho Drill ShedTIUH
(Friday) KYKNJNO, Mircu 27,
IHDil, ut 7 o'clock, for Jlattalion
While tiuiittttni mid IiikkIiiuk,
ABOVE OAR IS
T. II. 3HWIIAY,
SOD It Captulii Coiuiimiidiiiu,,
Thcro's n lot in the way
goods nro shown nnd a lot in
tho buying of them. Our
plnce is a combination of good
buying antT good showing.
Note result: Tho largest ag
gregation of fino goods blend
ing harmoniously with a cheap,
er vnriety ever shown in-Honolulu.
Sometimes when a buyer
happens in a factory whoro tho
supply is greater than tho de
mand there is a chanco for a
bargain. Then, too, manufac
turers occasionally want to re
alize on their product between
seasons. This also is a bargaiu
chance. It happens in dif
ferent lines and wo managed
to get ono or two to offer you.
Listen to this: A genuine
Dietz lantern at 50c. Three
different styles.ono just as good
as the other. You never
bought ono in Honolulu be
fore for less than a third more,
sometimes you've been asked
double the price.
This is one of our bargains
for this week there arc others
just in. ;oi d. You know what
barg'iiia mean in soino adver
tisement ours ore facts.
Yon Holt Building.
PRICE & BURNS'
Old Stand, Fort and Bere
FDR A SHURT 3EASUN DNLY
SATURDAY, March 28,
Second PcrforMce Monday, March 30th.
The First and only Circus ever organized
in Hie IInnluii Inlands.
KuOtliln',' ncn-, norland Interesting.
A SELECTED COMPANY OF
. .. CoiwUtlnij of....
Funny Clown), Strong Men,
Trained Ilnunllan Dorset,
Trapeze I'urforini'rj, Wire WalKcrs,
Lenpcis, Jn'lers, Acrouate,
Iialunecrs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
In adilltlnu to tin full Circus Company, a
band of Ut musicians and (lie Kauallinii
Quarli'tto liaro been specially cii'jj'.'ed for
the Honolulu season.
Don't force! Saturday nlelit, March Sstli.
Doois open at 7:SUj eoinmenco nt 8.
Chairs $1; (Jallery ! cents. Clillilrcn lialf
prlte to chairs only. Seatr. may bo retort til
at Circus oilico Suturday tvltliotit extra
charsc Carrlaiics onlercd for 10;S0.
Solu I'roiirletors, l'rlce & Hums; Huslness
Manager, .Tamri W Price; Atniiment Di
rector, Wilfred Hums. SftJ-iits
Take an Outing
Tn-TrTfi AVX.Tl'nurC' M
Trains will leavo at 9:15 a. m.
aiullJ-lCi'. sr., arriving in Uotm-
lulu nt 3:11 nnd 0:01) i,
III Clues 'Jd Olnet
Poarl City 7fi f fiO
EwftlMftiiUtloii.., 1 00 7R
Wninimo,, ,,,,,,,, 1 50 1 L'fi
N. S. SACHS'
March 23d, 24th and 25th.
- ,-AN ELEGANT LOT OF--,
o Imported Hats and' Bonnets o.
Hibbons and FloAvers !
5 Ladies aro cordially invited
Latest Styles for the coming season.
STILL GOING ON !
Our Closing lot Sale .
IS TILE TALK
Largo Line oi Undenvear!
Large Stoclc oFSillcs ixrid. Stitins I
Large Stoclc o ClotliH ami Serges I
Large Stoclc oi' "White jXu-liaH !
being sold during tho month of March at Half Price.
Cureat Opportunity !
A Rae $350
By paying a singld
l'ig silver dollar
Will bum, now on . shibition in our ("WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
lnrgo show window. Cull nnd oxninitio the Piano. Every lover o music
will rccognizo tho mperior qunlities of the "FiBclicr" Grand.
Every purohas r of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
guess. Wo lmvo ai opted this moans of moro lnrgoly advertising the
high merits of tho 'ischor Pinno.
Tho contest wi 1 tako place on tho
11th ,DAY OF JUNE
And will ho held
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Hoight of Candlo (-. Foot. Contost Takes Flaco on Juno 11th.
I FigHEi piiwq
H Vnliioil III 8X-SO.
j Jjy" Tlio nearer!,
3 correct fiucgs wi
?J tnke tho I'liuio.
WALL,, NICHOLS COMPANY, i
I ) HONOLULU, H. I.
-n Tiin cmoDiT dounT or Tin:
1'in.t Circuit, llaw'aiitm Isluniln In
tho matter o( luo liLiiLruiitoy of II
HEUTULMANN of H6uolulu
OjIiu. ... 1.
Crtdllow of tlio uald Jlliuikriit uro here
In tiotilled to como In niul provo thoir delU
Ufiiro tlio Circuit Court bf tho lirnt Circuit
iu diulloiuy ItuildliiK. Ilonolnlii, o Mon
day, tlio Wll' ''y ' Mnwjj, Jb!W, between
tlio lioum oi 10 n'cloek in tho forenoon ami
noon of tlie wild ilny, nnd Meet n Ahlu.iuu
or Awiuiuix, of tlie wild llftiikrurit'iJ Jiututft
' oiwiinn MJ0A8,
Jlouolnhi.MnrBliM, IBU' SQ'JWl)
to call and see tho
519 FORT STREET,
for tho privilege oi guessing how
under tho personal supervision of ropresoutativea
from tho Press of Honolulu.
Fill lu tills Coupou and present Fame to us per. 3,
tonally or Ijv mull, nccompanlid by onu dollar, nnil In ra '
return we kuo you tbu cliulco of onaiUillar'g worth of pj
f-oodj lroin our lnr;u nnd urltd ulnck, nudattliu p)
Dame timo wo will record iour gueesiu follow u: p)
How Long Will It Burn ? 1
I)aj Hour Minutes H
Orchestral -;- Concert
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Y. M. C. A. Orohestra,
Y. .11. 17. A. HA IX,
Thursday Eyanlng, April 9tljr
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