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Vol. 1. No. 205.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday nt
C09Klnj Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywliefo In the Hn-
wailnn Islnnda ,5 7,1
Por Year. ti
Por Year, postpaid to America,
Canaan, or Mexico 10 00
Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
I'nynblo Invariably In Advance.
Tolephono 2M. P. O. Box 80.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
A TERRIBLE CASE OP
Sir. K. Wyntt, of I'ort ltoad, TVcst
Illndmnrsh, So. Austrnlln, write nf
the and condition of tier little rtntiRU
tcr, nhoso vurtrnlt she nlo sends i
"My tlutiglitcr was afflicted with
Eczema nt tlio moat aggravated
type. Tho disease Hrst appeared In
eruptions nu lior head, then her linir
liogan to Tall out, ami in spite of
the best medical advice ami treat
ment alio grow steadily worse. Tlio
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely offensive. Her eyes be
caino affected, and sho was, In truth,
in a terriblo state. My neighbors
wero very sympathetic and took
great interest in tho case. They
persuaded mo to try Ayer's Sarsa
parilla, and I am most thankful to
bo able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health, alio has now as
good a head of hair as anyone could
wish, her oyo3 are perfectly well,
and sho is a flno girl of eight years,
with every prospect of growing lit)
to bo a strong and healthy woman."
Cold Medals at the World'i Chid Exposition.
Hollistcr Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Amenta Cor the llopublio of Hawaii.
uwkMJ i tmitm
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,-
PUOM JAM. iT to J'E 1st?, 18(.)5.
G H Mum m & Co.'s extra
Pommorv & Grouo 11,798
Moct & Ohnudon 9,608
Hoidsiock & Co., (chy
Louib Roe Juror 8,438
Perrier Jonot 3.28G
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
Bouoh.6 SeoA 992
St. Mnroonus 834
Ohas. Uoidtiioak 3f5
Various ,. C.419
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
Bolo AroiiU for Q. Hi Mumm .t Go,
for tlio fliiwftlliui Inlands,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.!
tiik ss:f.vrK i:.;,m:i on the
itmis thai ion Aor.
Coiiiiiiciiri-nidil Mn do mi tlm JScw
I.lceimu Hill IroccmlliigR In tlio
lHiii-o of I(-ri"iciitiitlo..
TitiitTY-Tiiini) Day, Mauoh 30.
After tlio usual proliminnrioB
Minister Damon reported further
data from Kauai for tlio use of
the Tax Coiuinittoo.
Sonator Itico presented a peti
tion from residents of Mokuli,
Wnimen, asking for a sckoolhouso
at tlint point. Referred to Com
niitteo on Education.
Senator MeCnndless presented
a potition from 130 residents of
tho Mnkiki plains asking for a
fire station at that place. Eoforrod
to tho Miscellaneous Committee
Senator McCandless presented
n question for tho Minister of the
Interior, asking if any potition
had been presented to him asking
for the removal of tho powder
magazine, and if so, what action
would ho taken thereon?
Under unfinished business tho
Registration bill came up on tho
motion of Ministor Damon to indo
fiuitoly postpone Section 1. Tho
motion was dofoated, Senator Rico
being tho only ono to vote in its
Senator McCandless then moved
that Section 1 pass ns read. Car
ried. Section 2, ro'ating to tho time
of registration of newcomers, etc.,
was roforrcd to tho Judiciary
Committee on motion of Senator
Sections 3, 4, 5, G and
as in tlio bill.
bection 8 was referred to tho
Sections 9, 10, 11, 12 and'13
Section 14 wns referred to tho
Section 15, 1G, 17, 18, 19, 20 and
21 passed as in tho bill.
Tho nominations for Consuls at
Seattle and tho Azores woro then
Sonator McCandless wanted to
have all Executive sessions hold
in secrecy, but the presiding ofli
cor nilod that thoso sessions may
bo either open or secret as the
Souato decides. A motion to
hayo tho session an open ono pro
vailed. Tlio nominations wero both con
firmed by a unanimous vote.
Tho regular session was then
resumed and on tho order of tho
day Senate Bill No. 12, to amend,
add to and consolidate tho license
laws, was taken up, with tho re
port of tho committeo.
Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, G, wore
passed as in the bill.
Section 7 was amended to read
that "No license issued horeuudor
shall bo transferable."
Sonutor Schmidt moved to re
consider tho action of tho Sonato
on Section 1 and added thereto:
"Except in caso of removal and
then upon tho writton cousont of
tho Minister endorsed thereon."
Sections 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
and 15, relating to the sale of al
cohol, woro passed. There is no
chango from tho presont law.
Sectious 1G and 17 creating a
liconso fee of $50 ou an Agoncy,
Real Estato, Stock nnd Loan Bu
siness, passed. A motion to mako
tho liconso $30 for oach businosa
named was lost, also a motion to
mako tho liconso $100.
Tho uwa liconso sections woro
amended ro afl to grant only ono
liconBo for Honolulu, Hilo, AVai
luku Lahaiim and each of tho
taxation district throughout tho
islands, Tho upsot prices woro
lixod iih follows! Honolulu $1000:
Hilo nnd Wnllulcu $500; Lnhuiun
$250; other diutriutH $100,
At noon tlio ftuimto adjournal!,
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, MARCH 30. 189G.
Tiiiiity-Skcoxd Day, March 30.
HOUSE OP KErilEsENTATIVES.
Minister King presented a ro
ply to tho question of Rep.
Robertson, Btntmg that tho homo
stead lots on Tantalus had been
rcsurveyed, and the matter of their
salo was uhdor consideration.
Rop. Rycroft presented tho fol
"To Hon. H. E. Coopor, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs. Sirj
Ploaso stato tlio approximate in
croaso or docruaso, respectively, of
the Portuguese, Ohinoso and Jap
anese population in these islands
within tho past jivo 'years."
Rop. Rycroft presented tho re
port of tho Committeo on Public
Lands on tho itom of $12,347 for
forosts and nurseries. Thoy re
port as follows: "'J his itom is
for tho purposo of maintaining
tho Qovornmont nursery on King
ptreot, and also for tho pur
poso of changing tho location
of tho nursery to tho south side of
Punchbowl towards Mnkiki. This
chango would largely incrcaso tho
value and usefulness of tho nurso
ry,andwo believe that tho Exe
cutive should endoavor to carry
the proposed chango into execu
tion. Wo recommond that tho
Tho consideration of tho Appro
priation bill being the order, tho
various recommendations of com
mittees on items wero all adopted.
Rop. Richards moved to insort
an itom of $587 for tho roliof of
A. B. Loebonstoin, explaining
that it was for surveying and map
drawing ordered by tlio Govern
ment in Juno, 1893. Tho itom
was referred to tho committee on
Rop. Kamauoha moved to re
consider tho item for Balary of
Third nnd Fourth Judicial Cir
cuits. Rop. Robertson raised tho point
of ordor that tho itom could not
now bo reconsidered, having boon
passed more than two days ago.
Rep. Kamauoha hold that the
House could do anything it pleas
ed and went on to speak of tho
large amount of work mid great
oxtont of territory this oflicial had.
Rop. Hanuna said theso wero
the Circuits for which a short
hand reporter was to bo employed,
who by taking down all tho testi
mony would relievo tho clerk of
much of his work. Tho chair
should give a ruling on tho point
of order and stop useless discus
sion. Speaker Naono said ho would
leavo the point to bo decided by
' Rop. Robertson contended that
tho rule of tho House wns plain,
and corresponded to similar rules
in other legislative bodies.
Rop. Kamauoha withdrew his
Tho bill to define tho dimen
sions of tho national onsign camo
up for third reading, and passed
with but ono opposing vote that
of Rop. Olunoy.
Tho Senate Bill to givo Circuit
Judgos concurrent jurisdiction in
certain cases with Commissioners
of Private "Ways and Water RightB
was read a Becond timo by titlo
(ijiij roferred to tho Judiciary Com
mittedi Tho bill to extend cortain streets
in the District of Honolulu was
taken up, with report thorcon of
Tho amendment recommended
by tho committee, providing that
Port and Vineyard streots bo ex
tended boforo any others, passed
by a show of hands.
Another amoudmont proposed
was that tho timo in which dam
ages for removal of buildings or
destruction of improvements,
erected or mado after tho passage
of this Act, could not bo olaimod
against tlioiiovornmont BlioulU uo
limited to fivo yoars This also
passod without opposition.
itop. ivionariiB (ibkqu ti wio com-
mittoo had gained any knowleilgo
of what thoBO improvements would
Rop. Robertson Wo did not go
into tho mattor of cost, It de
pends a groat donl upon oirouin
BtnneoH, Tho longer tho work is
postpoiiodtho jnoro It will cost,
ot.:i " i "" ',:";vT. :.i,;,...iTtj;
Cfoti!ti(Ji oi 7(h '0.
THE CUItAN WAlt.
in-.,, l'lttr Million Loihi nnd
CiilU Air ItccrullK.
Tho whole- amount $50,000,000
of tho Cuban bonds asked for
by tho Spanish Treasury has been
easily covered by private subscrip
tion in Spain. The Bank of Spain
otTorod to Btibsoribo Tor ilio ontiro
loan, but tho Govorumi'ul rosolv
edto givo tho piefcrenco first to
Tho Ministor of War has issued
n called for 30,000 recruits. Thoy
will bo diuded among different
rogiaiontH for a courgo of training,
anil will thou bo alldwed to return
to their homos to await devolop
nionts. Preparations for a prompt
mobilization of the reserves havo
also boon completed. In caso
their services aro required thoy
willgo on garrison duty in the
peniusula, and tho regulars will
bo drafted to Cuba.
Captain General Woylor, com
manding Uio Spanish forces in
Cuba, denies that ho intends to
Tho- Spanish Government will
not postpone tho elections in
Senator Morgan prosouled n
now phaso to tho Cuban question
to tho United States Senate short
ly before tho adjournment on
March 20 by offering a joint re
solution declaring that a state of
war oxistfl in Cuba and recogniz
ing tho insurgents asbolligorouts.
Tho pending resolutions aro con
current, whilo theso, boing joint,
would, if adopted, require tho
President's signature. Tho reso
lutions before the Sonato recoived
an unexpected reverse Mr. Sher
man sought to interrupt tho usual
course of adjourning over Satur
day unless unanimous consent
was given to take the final vote on
tho Cuban question at a stated
timo next week. Tho unanimous
consent was not given, however,
and tho Senate voted 42 to 22 to
adjourn over Saturday. The vote
was regarded as nu evidonco of
growing opposition to tho Cuban
CAULi: TO HAWAII.
Tlio IleiHilillciiiis of tho Ncnnto Com
mlttco Fiit or tlio 1'rnjcct.
Washington, D. C, March 11.
Tho Sonato Committee on For
eign Relations today considered
the two propositions boforo it pro
viding for tho construction of a
telegraphic cablo from San Fran
cisco to Japan via tho island of
Hawaii, and from the same city to
Hawaii. No conclusion has yet
boon reached by tho committeo,
but it is bolieved that ono of two
companios will bo granted the
right to .construct tho cablo, and
bo given a bonus by tho Govern
ment. Messrs. Gray, Turpio and Mills,
Democratic mombors of tho com
mitteo, aro opposed to tho grant
ing of subsidies, and will ' voto
against tho bill, but tho Republi
cans say thoy havo enough votes
to mako a favorable report to tho
in tiiu msTiucr COUKT.
Tlio Ciiko Aculust Jullcn 11. Ilnvno
Judgo do la Vorgne's first busi
ness this morning was to fino a
couple of Saturday night drunks
tho usual amount.
Tho caso of David Kau, charg
ed with selling liquor without a
liconso, was sot for trial on
Tug Wilson, charged with dis
turbing tho poaco and quiot of tho
night, was nolle pros.'dV
Elovon domino gamblors had
thoir cases put off till tomorrow.
Julion D. liny no's caso was
again postponed till April 1st.
Four ohofn casos and ono for
having opium in possession
wont ovor until tomorrow
iih did tho caso of Joo Dins for
furious driving and Paul Mnldon
Junior for nsHuult and Imttory,
Marin I). RodrJguoH wan trlod
on Uio ulinrgo nf unin vulijiir nml
nliriimiiu Jiuihiiuqo on tho jiulillu
highway, and after fivo witnesses
wero examined was found guilty
and fined ono dollar and $3. 10
The four nativo boys arrested for
Btealing fivo ohickons woro brought
up. Ono was sent to the Reform
school for two years, another sent
over tho reef for three months
and tho other two discharged.
Niiii.iMii Ktrr.ini IniproMMiicnt.
The filling in along tho sides of
Nuuanu stream, which was com
menced by tho goNorinni'iit last
fall, has reached such a stage as
allows ono to estimato the value
of tho work. In place of tho slug
gish, filthy pool which formed
abovo tho bridgo and menaced
public health, thoro is a wide
stretch of lovol ground, which,
oven in its presont aspect of dried
mud flats, is moro sightly than
the pestilence-breeding swamp of
a year ago. It tho work is con
tinued on both sides and tho
wretched old wash houso torn
down, tho viow from tho bridgo,
looking upward ovor strotches of
clear and rapidly running water
in tho foreground, will not bo
among tho least picturesque
Arrival ol tlio Ilelglc.
The O. & O. S. S. Bolgic arriv
ed from San Francisco on Satur
day afternoon at 2 p. m. but did
not got to hor wharf until 5 o'clock.
Tho delay was caused by tho dis
covory by Dr. Day of a caso of
loprosy in tho Chinese steerage.
Dr. Day refused to allow tho vos
sol tocomo in until the necessary
permit had been granted by the
Board of Health.
This was given at a special
meeting of tho Board, at which
Dr. Bowie, tho Bhip's surgeon,was
resent. Ho was censured by tho
oard for his inattention to his
dutios, if boinc ovidont ho had no
knowledge of tho caso uutil it was
pointed out to hini by the port
IlnmUoiuo Ilotiioliold Furniture.
By request of His Excellency
A. S. Willis, United States
Minister, Mr. W. S. Luce,
auctioneer, will disposo of, to
morrow, March 31st, at 10
a. in., at Mr. Willis' residence,
King street, on account of tem
porary departure, his household
furniture, consisting of handsomo
parlor chairs, tables, mirrors, etc.;
lino hall furniturojcliairs, mirrors,
etc.; beautiful bedroom sots of
birdscyo maploand imitation bam
boo. All now,handsomoand unique.
A largo foldinc desk; carved oak
extension dining tablo and chairs
to match. AIbo ono nearly now
Studebakor surry and harness.
Goods on viow only on tho morn
ing of the sale.
At tho coming minstrel show,
Chip and- Billy Ohnrlock will do
thoir groat act, ontitled "Second
Sight After Fivo Years." Theso
two gentlemen aro to bo congratu
lated as second sight is an art
very hard to acquire. Tho Char
looK brothors havo spout fivo of tho
best years of thoir lives and $22,
000 in France, tho home of tho
second sightor, and feel capable
of dolighting a clamorous audi
ence. I'crjury nnd Ilrllicry.
Throo Ohineso woro arrested
this morning for attempting to
bribe Customs Oflicor Cooko, and
anothor on tho chargo of perjury
in tho second dogroo. Tho cobos
ariso out of an attempt to uso b'ix
months' certificates on which tho
timo has oxpirod.
Ton claims woro proved pgainst
II. ?. llortolmanii, hnnkrupt,
amountiiifi to Sii!J!)U.7!l. nml Pnul
Muhloudorf was oloctod nHHignoo,
nt Oiroult Court chayibQiH UiIh
inovnhig, Allou ,1- UobiiiHou linvo
two oIiuiiih innklng up $oW?II7i
nml Ilio Viuilllw Jlniilwniii Co, uno
Pkioe 5 Cents.
OUR MARINE NEWS.
IURK nXTII.UA AltUIVl.H M ITU
A OiHOO Ol' Ml.lMIi:it.
I'lis.fn.r. ArrlW'd iid lfmrltd
(llmidltin Arrive ttil Hiirnltiit
Thp mmr V O Unit i
tieoluil to pet
Slcamir Kliimi Inun Hnunll
nml Maul Is
iiui1 tomorrow nrlLrtiooii.
'I lit-opium ftrhnoiitr Henrietta tins lecn
lmtilud up to tbo old fWlimarkel wlmrf.
Ilio Mi-nmer " (1 MhII n liniilul on tli
.Murine Knllwny Saturday nltcrnoon for clean
hit: nnd repairs.
Vi-I up ami loading Air Hnunllnn pom
on Mar ai wcro bafolloua: 3 S Atatnula,
IjMii Irmjjnrd, nnd bk S O Allen.
Tlioccliooner FSltcdrtcld nailed for Hilo
from Port lilakily Mnr U, and llic itoderlck
Dim from San Francisco, Mar 10.
ToMoimow, Tuesday Hlsli tldo larce,
r:50 pin; liljjli tldo Kinall, 4:55 am; low lido
large, 10:49 nmj low tldo amall. ncn.
Tlio 11 HnckfcM l still tnMni; In ballast
at Sorenion's wharf Tlio ancient Icscnd
"No Admittance" is placed nt the bend ot the
Tho bark Matilda, Cant Sucnson, arrived
yesterday afternoon, III daa from Tort
Illakely, ltli a cargo of lumber tor Allen .V
Siiuar from the Knnnl
Wm How den this moniinir. anil
was nut Into tlio
nd the Kuah's
cargo went Into the Kcnllwnrth. The Clan-
iiiiio-g sugar was piled on Oceanic dock.
TheSSHclfilcnrrhed Baturdaj iiflernoou,
7 days from San Francisco. fho wns delayid
outside tho harbor lor some time, by order or
tho port physician. Sho snllcd ugaln at noon,
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch, Drew
roaster arrived Snluiday afternoon, 'Jl days
from San Francisco. Sho la docked at Brew
er's wharf, where sho will unload her cargo of
Tlio following vessels havo arrhedatSan
Francisco from Hawaiian ports: Omcjra,
Irmgard, K I lilt bet, and John 0 North,
liar 14; U S S Bennlmrlon. Mar 10; J J
l'llugcr and S O Allen, Mar IT.
AltlUVALB. v - '!
Su.ndat, March 20. ''?'
IIk Matilda, Swonsnn, from 1'ugct Sound. ' j
Stmr Mlkahala, Hngluml, from Knual. '
Stmr Kualn, Thompson, from Oalm ports. ' 2
Momuav, March 0. ' ,cgj
Stmr Clamllne, Cameron, from Maul, '?S
O .fc BSllelglc, Hinder, for China and
Monday March SO.
Stmr James Mnkcc, Peterson, for Kapaa.
Htmr Kcnuhou, Thompson, for Kllauca.
Stmr Walalcale, Giegory. for llouuapo and
Stmr Knual, llmlin, for Makawcll, Wnl
mca and Kckaha.
Stmr Kacna, Calway. for Walalua, Mokule
la, Kcnwcnul and I'uiukl.
Stmr J A Cummins, Ncllson, for Onliu
Schr Mol Yt'nblno, for Koholalelo.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUtOW.
Stmr Claudlne, Cameron, for Maul, at
From Knual per stmr Mlkahala, March 1!9
HP Baldwin, J 11 Coney, W Berlowltz,
Mrs Kaluna, aud 11 deck.
From Maul per atmr Claudlne,. March I'll
11 Berg, WH Cornwcll, Miss M Hopper,
Miss Alexander, F. Wllhurton, Capt An
drews, K Stodart, C Kaiser, Mrs Tom Dovr
and child, Mrs S A.ko and child, Jno Rich
ardson, O 11 Lindsay, L A Andrews, J W Kn
lua, W Y Horccr and 17 deck.
From San Francisco per stmr Bclglc, Mar
28 Mrs C L Carter and son, Miss F I Carter.
11 C Scott, F F Barbour, J Mock, T Klnsler,
E Ingham, J Brown, E Galvln, .1 Emraeluth,
Louisa Schmidt, Mr Iscnberg, I)r Fricdland
or. II Fnlzman, Mrs Barbol, J C lloorken, F
O Butler, and C A Davison.
For China aud Japan, per stmr Bclglc,
March atl C Wlnam and wife. Col 0(i
llrldL'es, .Mrs D V Ulriile, F Paget. F O
Fletcher, John Sincaton, I. E Cnrltson, and
S'J Chlneso aud 20!) Japanese.
Ex stmr Mlkahnlu -1108 bags sngar,
Er stmr ICaaln 20J3 bags sugar, and 7
V.x stmr Claudlne YT43 ska sugar, -191 sks
tuitatoes, :w.' tks corn, 1 horso, ilMioc and
l!T pkgs sundries.
Ex bk Andrew Wrlili Cargo of general
mdso , to mi Inns consignees. '
Ex bk MutUiU 500,r.n ft rough lumber,
180,280 R dress lumber, 5000 (Tes, 21)0 M
shingles, SOW plikcts, UO M laths.
Vut Htoro or iioid.
linpnrtial writers say that gold, (
contained in tho iiumIiiIh, vobboIs,
iihnliiH and othor objocla nroaorv
ml in tlio Vnliunn would mnko
morn koIiI uciln tlmn Ilio whole of
ilio jnofioiit j)uro)omi Birsulntlont