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EVENING BULLETIN, MAKOH 28j 189G.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Crickot this afternoon.
"Turncoats" will bo Romig's
"The Oharactor of Joseph,"
will bo Itov. Itoraig's Bubjoct Sun
Tho battalion drill sot for Inst
night was postponed on account
of tho weather.
Tho band will play nt Emma
squaro this nflornoon, if tho
woathor is decent.
Spond n dollar. You might bo
tho lucky purchaser and got tho
Piano at Wall, Nichols Co.
Tho Y. M. C. A. orchestra will
haVo u special rehearsal this own
ing at tho usual hour and place.
Tho Lcilani Boat Club aro
making arrangements for a danco
on tho ovoning of Tuosdny week.
Sirs. Annis Montague Turner
-will sing at both sorvicoB of tho
Contral Union church tomorrow.
Tho officers of tho U. S. S.
Adams gave a recoption and danco
on board that vessel yesterday
Tho Hawaiian Baseball Asso
ciation is asked to moot at Col W.
3?. Allon's ollico next Tuesday at
12:30 p. in.
J. F. Brown, Agout of Public
Lands, gives notice of auction Bale
of lonso of forest track in Hann
and Koolau, Maui.
Tomorrow willbol'nlm Sunday,
tho Sunday before Easter, tho dny
on which Christ made his triumph
al entry into Jerusalem.
E. R. AdamB, Hawaiian, who
has latoly returned to tho city of
his birth with a brido, has taken
tho oath to tho Republic.
Others guess; why not you?
So mo ono will got the Fischer
Piano, and all for a dollar pur
chase at "Wall, Nichols Co.
A nolle pros, was ontorod this
morning in tho case of Hong Pew,
tho Ohineso harness thief who
was arrested some weoks since.
Misses Agnes and Sophio Judd,
daughters of tho Chief Justice,
.(will leave for Makawoli, Kauai,
t by tho stenmor Knuni on Monday.
Rov. Mr. Birnio will speak on
"Christ and tho Crowd in thn
City" at tho evening sorvico of
tho Central Union Church to
morrow. Another effort is boing mndo to
havo n lire station on tho Mnkiki
I)lains. It is hoped to havo tho
extra engine now at tho bell tower
stationed in that locality.
Mr. E. Fannor will lead tho
praise service Sunday at G:30 p.
in. in Y. M. C. A. hall, subject,
"It is safe to give for God." Ref
erences: Prov. 3:9, 10; Luke G:38.
At tho Methodist Church tomor
row tho pastor will discourse in
tho morning on "Ilenit Religion"
nnd in tho ovoning on "Tho Ro
ligion of Our English Fore
fathers." Dr. Armstrong of Ynllojo, Cal.,
arrived on tho Albort yesterday
and is tho guest of Dr. and Mrs.
McLennnn. ITo is n prominont
monibor of tho Knights of Pythias
and n lending dontist.
Thoro will bo specinl services
nt tho Cntholic cathedral on
vThursdny, Fridny nnd Saturday of
next week. Tho occasion and
hour will bo found in tho list of
church services in anothor column.
Mr. Kollott, of Thoo. H. Dnvios
tfc Co.'s shipping department, hns
boon confined to his house by ill
noss for several weoks past. Ho
is now convalescent, however, and
Tho steamer "Wainlonlo, leaving
on tho AY. G. Hall's route on Mon
day at noon, will tako tho ollicors
of court and mombers of tho bar
io If.ailun for tho Third Circuit
Court term at that placo to bo
opened on AVednesday.
Tho ninny frionds of Mr. AVako
iiold , of Thoo. H. Davies fc Co.,
who sailed for England tho first
of tho yoni'j will bo pleased to
hoar of his intended marringo in
May next. Mr Wakefield and
wuo nro exnootou Duel: the inn kilo
sohool lias reduced its tuifion feo
from a dollar to fifty couts por
wook. Prof, llosmor has consid
orod it woll to do this in yiow of
tho jirovniling hard tiinos, oh
fjJmoiiuly among tho class most
likely Io bo bonolilod thereby,
Tlio (iiivjiig of an oxtrii two tlulliwn
or two uinl a quarter pur month,
tt IJllllU llll Hl'HI jlltil iiuw, in a
ooiiti(iiriiliii iiiimliontf pmijilo,
i,i:asi.ATinti; in m:snion.
Continued from 1st Page.
TuntTY-FiitBT Day, Maiioh 28.
HOUSE 01' HErltEsEJCTATIYES.
A note from Iho clork of tho
Sonato respecting cortain bills
Rep. Knoo presented a favora
ble report of tho Judiciary Coni
mittco on tho Sonato bill to
amend the lnw 'relating to con
Rep. Robertson presented n
roport of tho sarao committoo,
recommondiug tho passago of tho
salary of tho C'ork Second Circuit
Court at 81500 ns in tho bill, tho
incronso of 300 ovor last period
bomg justified by tho nmount of I
work and rcsponsibilityfor moneys
Rop. Robertson presented a
roport of tho Military Committoo,
recommending tho passage of tho
items for support of the military,
nggrognting 6G5,7G0,ns in tho bill
for the snmo rensous expressed in
thoir roport upon tho salaries and
Ron. Rycroft presented a re
port from tho Coramittco on Pub-.
lie Lnnds on items referred to
them, explaining and recommend
ing tho passage of tho following
ns in tho bill: Incidentals of
Land Commission, $5000; Survey
and Field work, S27.G00; Survoy
of Preliminary Roads, $5000: Ex
penses of FioIcIt'Pa'rtios, Bureau
of Survey, $9000, reduced from
$15,000 in the original bill for tho
reason that some of tho work has
been transferred to tho Land Com
mission; Ofiico Expenses $1500;
Meteorology and Tido Gnuge,
Rop. Robertson presented tho
roport of tho solect committee on
tho bill to extend cortnin streets
in tho city of Honolulu. Tlioy
npprovo of tho intention of tho
bill, but think cortain streets
Bhould havo precedence in being
extended. Fort and Vineyard
Btroots aro instanced and an
nmondmont is proposed to hnvo
those streets tho first to bo extend
ed. They do not think 'that a
perpetual injunction against tho
erection of buildings, on tho linos
of tho proposed extensions, slmnhl
bo mado while thoro is no certain-!
K n In' n'li mi 11m n,. ..i I
.j .. .v, iTiivu in- vjutm mucin.
will do tho work. Thoroforo thoy
propose nn amendment, in effect,
tlint dnmnges mny bo recovered
lor buildings or improvements
constructed or mnde nftor tho ex
piration of fivo yenrs from tho
pnssago of tho Act, if removed or
dostroyed for the purposos of
street extension which has not
beon coinplotcd within such pe
riod of fivo years.
Rep. Robovtson presonted tho
following question; to tho Minister
of tho Interior: Pleaso stnto
whothor you intend to place on
tho mnrknt, for snlo or loaso, tho
homestead lota on Tnntnlus?
Rop. Kamnuohn presented ques
tions in Hawaiian to tho samo
Minister: 1. Is thoro a rule in
force in tho ofiico of tho Registrar
of Conveyances, that documents
having corrections or iutorline
ntions in thorn, not oxolained bv
tlio notnry acknowledging them,
I cannot bo recorded? 2. If there
is Biicii n rule, does it apply to
documents of dates prior to tho
making of tho rule? 3. If thoro is
such ruling mndo on tho rulo, is
it not contrnry to Article 71 of
Tlio Sonnto bill to amend tho
election law passed third reading.
Tho Houso bill to define tho
proportions of tho untional en
sign, with favorablo ropdrt of tho
uuiumiuoQ or. uommorce, was
taken up for second reading.
Rop. Richards moved it pass.
Rop. Rycroft thought it was n
sorious thing to change tho coun
try's flag. Ho movod that tho
Sorgoaut-at-ArniB bo instructed to
bring in tho diagrnm showing tho
design of tho flag proposod, also
ono of tho flags now in use by tho
fiu.n i.:n i rn
J.11U uiu to u luiiuw.i;
Section 1. Tho National En
sign ahaH consist of eight hori
zontal htripes alternately white,
red, blue, etc., beginning at tho
top, having a Jack cantoned in (ho
doxtor . ohiof angjo next to tlio
point of susponsuou, Tho Jnok
shaU consist of a blue field charg
ed with a compound Haltiro of al
ternate UncturoH whiUi and rod.lho
whito having prooedoiico; a nar
row oilgo of whito bordorH onoli
rod sltlo of tho Haltiro. A rod
oroHH bordered with while is
nlmrgod ovor all,
Tim jirnjmrliniiH h)ih)1 Iiq uh
Ilighost of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
wL F flftagga
Tho lly is twico tho hoist.
Tho Jack is half tho hoist in
brondth and 7-1G tho fly in longth.
Tho arms of tho red cross witli
border bIiiiII be equal in width to
one of tho horizontal stripes; the
whito border shall bo ono-third
tho width of tho red cross.
Tho arms of tho compound
Sal tiro aro equal in width tb tho
red cross, tho tinctures white, red
and tho border boing in tho pro
portion of 3, 2, 1 respectively.
Section 2. This Act shall tako
effect from and after its publica
tion. Minister Coopor having entered
white tho arrival of tho articles
was awaited, asked what was Iho
stago of the discussiou, and hav
ing boon informed ho proceeded
to givo an explanation of tho com
ponent parta of tho British Jack
that appears in tho Hawaiian en
sign. Thoy wore tho crosses of
St. Georgo for England, St. An
drew for Scotland and St. Patrick
for Ireland. In tho oxiBting Ha
waiian flng the proportions of
colore transformed the St. Georgo
cross into n Gonovn cross.
Minister Smith gavo his reasons
for boing ngninst tho change. Ho
thought it would mako tho Jack
t Rop. Winston said that ho got
little Bntisfnction from' people ho
naked for thoir opinions. They
did notseom to think tho matter
of auy importance.
Minister Cooper said tho object
was to have an official Hag. Othor
countries ask for our national
flag, and wo havo no official do
sign to send them.
Rop. Robertson was afraid if'
tho discussion continued tho flag
would got tangled up tho samo
way that ' some, persons wore
tangling up the groat seal. 'Thore
foro ho moved that tho first sec
tion pass. Carried.
Section 2, that makes tl e bill
law on its passage, was put and
At this juncliure a flag was
brought in, and Minister Cooper
pointed out that tho Jack was one
third tho longth of tlio flng.
"And tho now one will come
over to hero?" said Minister
Miuistor Coopor Yes.
Minister Smith It will look
liko thuudor. (Laughter.)
Adjourned at 11:35.
Tliero will bo a special snlo of
Dr. Jaeger's Snnitary "Wool Un
dorweur nt Tracy's, to loduce
stock. Prices will bo 3 por suit
foriegular sizos, and $3.50 per
suit for extra large sizs I.ndios'
suits, nil Hizos, whito and natur.il,
at $3 ;.(.'! suit Do not lot this
opportunity pass to got theso
goods at much less than their
vuluo. ns tho sate will only last
till stock is roducid.
Is going to causo serious trou
ble. You can not afford to
lot a cough linger. Perhaps
you have tried remedies which
afford you no relief. You bo
gin to wonder if your cough
Now Putnam's Cherry
Cough Comfort is ono of the
moRt sum and enrtiiin reme
dies for coughs nnd colds. Tlio
first dose will nfford roliof.
It will cortainly euro your
cough if it's possiblo to euro
it. This remedy is ploasant
and safo to tako, Children
tako it readily. Got a hottlo
HOBip Dp (J0
It is during such weather ns
wo nro now having that tho
memories of tlio oldest inhabit
ants fail. Between tho time
of the last cquinoxinl storm
and the present so many things
have occurred that bad weather
records nro lust sight of.
But it is cold weather just
the same, colder than is desira
ble by people who boast of a
clitnato where sun forms tho
chief ingredient. This climate
is changing just as it is in
other places, just also, as tho
peoples' opinion change about
For years there has been a
prevailing opinion that but one
kind of stove was worth tak
ing into tho houso. Tho
opinion was sound so long as
there was no other stovo
ngainst it, but with our Em
pire Jewel range, with largo
squaro ovens, ventilated and
quick bakers, reservoir for
hot wator, towel bar and tea
cup shelves and a hundred
Other conveniences tho people
are w:llmg to admit they havo
i mule a mistake and concede
every t hi. i to the Jewel.
Yon Holt Buildiucr.
PRICE & BURNS'
Hawaiian ' Circus
Old Stand, Fort and Bere
F'JR R fc. HURT abASUN DNLY
SeconI PerfonndEce Monday, Marcl 30th-
Tlio Flrt ami onh Circus over 0r5nnl7.nl
in Uiu Hm nllui Inlands.
Etootlilm; now, novel an J Interesting.
A SELECTED COMPANY OF
Star Artists I
. . CoiiMjIIng of ....
Funny CIovn, Htion' Men,
Trained Hnuuilim Ilor.H'i,
Trniwo Performers, Wire Walkers,
J.enper, Jugglers, Acrobats,
Uahmotrs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
In addition to tlio full Circus Company, a
Imnil of Hi musicians nnil the Kawalliau
Quartette liavu been specially cnjjii"ed for
tliu Honolulu season.
Don't forsrot Saturday nlulit. March 2Stli.
Doors open at 7.."(); coinmenci nt 8.
Chairs $1; (iallcry 33 nts. Children Inlf
price to chairs onlj. Seat may be rin.nul
nt Clrms ollleo Saturday wllliout etra
chamc. Carriages ordered for 10:30
Sole I'roniletors, 1'rlce & Hums, Ilnslne.s
Manager. James W l'rkc; Amusement Ul
rector,'Mlfred Hums. '.'M-3tr
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS , . . .
Trains will Jcuvo ut 0:15 a. m,
antUMC i'. m., nrriviiiK in I!ou.
lulu nt :11 itiul 5:)!i i, m,
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
'Jit CIum UiU'Ium
Pwnrl Oity 75 4 B0
WwftlMimUtlun,., I 00 71
Wl8no.,, , 1 IO 1 VI5
N. S. SACHS'
520 Korfc Street.,
Monday,. Tuesday and Wednesday,"
Mnrch 23d, 24th and 25th.
-.AN EITTCOWT LOT OF. .
imported Hats and Bonnets o
Ribbons and Ilovers !
Ml. ..II. .
K Ladies aro cordially invited to call and sco tho
Latest Styles for the coining season.
STILL GOING ON !
Our Closing 0
IS THE TALK
LarRo I-jino of Undenvoiii'!
Large Stoclc oi'Sillcs unci Stttins !
Lnvgro Stoclc o Cloths mid Sfcvffcs I
Largo Stoclc of "White Muslins !
Aro being sold during the mouth of March nt Half Price.
A. Great OiDjortumty ! .
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
Piano for S1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying n siuglo big silver dollar for tho privilege of guopsing how
"Will burn, now on exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS QOMPANY)
laro show window. Call nnd oxiimino tho Piano. Every lovor of. musio
will recognizo tho superior qualities of the "Fischer" Grand.
Every purchaser of Ono Dollar's -worth of goods is ontiHed to a
quesfl. Wo have adopted this moans of moro largely advertising the
high merits of tho Fischer Pinno.
Tho contest will tako placo on tho
11th DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held uidor the personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
lioo COUPON' Si22l
H Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
I fisher; pip
S NT Tlie
m corruii Alices im
pi take tlio nuno.
I WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
1 HONOLULU. H. I.
XK THU OIHODIT COUUT OP THK
Fiut Circuit, llmuiliiu IhIiuiiIk In
tliu muttor of tlio l3Ukrtitcy of H. F.
lIKUTKniANK of Honolulu, Island of
Cioilltors of tlio wild HiiiiUnipt nro lieio
by liiitilk'il to come III uilil prnvn tlifclr ilelils
1h rru llio Clicult Court of tliu 1 list Circuit
In Juilioiiiry lliillilliiM, ilmioliilii, on Jlmi'
tiny, tlio .'Will iliiy of .Miiruh, IH'.KJ, IhiIwcvii
tliu lioum u( ID u'olook In tlio formioou nml
noon n( llii) Haiti day, anil elect nn Aflwnio
ur AwIkiiuim, of llwiuilil llaiiKrilpt'i" Hlntu.
' IUWUUK I.WilAH,
Contest Takos Placo on Juno 11th. S
nil In tills Caii(ioii onJ jircittnt name to us per-
eonnlly or liy mall, nccoinpnuleil by one dollar, nnd in S
return nuKivu jon tliu iliolco of onodollur'n worth of m
jrood liom our lnrt;o nnd varied stock, nnd at tliu pi
Bamu iimtMie u record j our guvm an follows:
How Long Will It Burn ?
I'ajB Hours Minutes
Orchestral -;- Doncott
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Y. M. C. A. Orohostra,
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