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EVENING BULLETIN, MAEOH 81, 1890.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
'' perhaps tho Comus will call
hotp to coal.
'Tbe militury minslrol troupo
had n vory successful rohearsal Inst
Qeorgo Itowan, it vory small
boy, was arrcatod for truancy this
ltov. llomig preaches tonight on
"Acrpmintanco with Christ," at tho
A largo quantity ot bread for tho
lopor sottlomont was shipped on
tho Mokolii today.
Tho police will havo a practice
shoot at tho now rango at Iwiloi
Professor Maxwell will lecture
nt tho Kilolinna Art Loaguo on
Tho Board of Education has
authorized tho closing of all pub
lic schools on Good b'riday.
There was n big attondanco at
tho baud , concert last night in
Bpito of tho threatening weathor.
Polico business is looking tip a
littlo. Thoro wore twonty-mno
cases on today's calendar in tho
Sovon hundred tons of fertilizer
woro shipped to Ewa plantation
last week from A. !?. Cooke's for
. tilizor workB at Iwilei.
Auctioneer Luco will continuo
tho sale of dry goods, etc., for H.
"V.. Schmidt & Sons at his auction
room at 10 o'clock tomorrow.
There is no truth in tho report
published in a contomponiry that
aftor today fire alarms would
bo sounded from Lucas' mill.
Last Saturday's mako of sugar
at Ewa was over one hundred and
soventy-fivo tons; ono of tho larg
est day's turnouts over made on
Only tho dry goods department
of J.'l. "Watorhouso's Queen street
stores will bo closed Wednesday
and Thursday for tho purpose of
Oflicor Hammer, who has been
at tho Queen's hospital somo timo
with an attack of bronchitis and
malarial fover, has recovered und
is again on duty.
Lawyurs Little, Dolo, Stanley
and Kaulia and stouographor
Marx left for Eailua by tho Wai
alealo yesterday to uttend tho
term of tho Circuit Court which
Tho nine months' old son of
Jamos K. Holt died yestorday
evening of bronchitis. Tho re
mains will bo intorrcd at Kawaia
hao cemetery this afternoon, in
tho family vault.
Property at tho beach is not
oftou oirercd for salo these days,
but Fred. Harrison advertises ono
of tho finest piecos on tho whole
front of Kapiolani Park. It is
largo enough for two or three
Today is tho last day for tho
preparation of fifty names, out of
which tho pauol of thirty six
jurors for tho onsuing six months,
will bo drawn Judge Perry, who
will preside at tho May
term, and George Lucas, do-
Jjuty clerk, aro preparing tho
ist, and tho panel will bo drawn
Klccllou ufOnioorn m Tills Aflcriiwiui'ii
At a meeting of thestockholdors
of tho Hawaiian Baseball Asso
ciation, held at Col. AV. F. Allen's
oflico this afternoon, 271 shares of
stock out of a total of 473 wore
Hoports of ollicors wore read
The election of oflicors rosultod
as follows: President, "V. F.
Allou; vice-president, M. K. Koo
hokalole; secretary and trensuror,
J. H. Fisher; auditor, J. "W.
Tho abovo with Messrs II. M.
Whitney, Jr., W. G. Wilder, Jr.,
J. H. Wodohouso, Jr., and Aptotic
Perry constitute tho Board of
A (Vim ol Sult'ltlc.
Tho bodv of a Ohinoso was
found hanging to tho limb of u troo
at Lunkaha yestorday afternoon.
It was cut down and tnkon to tho
polico station. Aftor examination
for. Emerson said tho man had
boon dead about throo days. Tho
body wns afterwards idonlillod as
that of Ah Wn, whokopt butuhor'n
stallH nt th lUlmmvkot. Tho in
qwt vm litdd thin morning mid
livonliot of Hiiiuido rondni'ud,
MCHBI.ATUItt IN hKSSION.
Continued from 1st Page.
Second. Tho rule does not ex-
U1UUU UUUUIUUI11B IIUIUIUWll.-llJI-U J
uoiore mo ruiu was pui in loreo.
It is, however, tho Minister's
opinion that such documonts
should bo excepted from tho
action of tho rulo.
Tliiwt. Tf tlm niln nrwnrn nil
documonts acknowledged before
it was made, it probably '
does not iutorforo with Articlo 71 !
of tho Constitution.
Bop. Kaoo presontcd a roport
of tho Judiciary Committee on
tho bill relating to the terms
of tho Circuit Courts. They. say
that tho changing of tho tormof
tho Second Circuit from Lahaina
to Wailuku is not at prosont a
soutid move, but beliovo that in
tho future Wailuku will becomo
tho business couter of tho island
of Maui. Then will bo tho timo
to amend tho law. They recom
mond that tho bill bo indefinitely
postponed. (Signed by S. Ii.
Iaeo ond'G. P. Kamanona.)
Bop. Bond presented tho roport
of the Committoo on 'Public
Health and Education on certain
itows referred to it. They find tho
item of 83000 for Industrial and
Eoform School is wanted for cur
rent oxponses.f Tho $2000 for
sowing materials and manual
training is an increaso of 1000
ovor tho item for last period,
''but is for use in giving in
struction in handiwork of great
practical value which the Board aro
dosirous of extending." Tho item
of S1000 for expenses of toaohors'
convention is a now itom for pur
poses which will bo readily un
derstood and needs no comment.
The appearance of an item of
$7000 for book fund is required
for tho purchase of text books
that aro largely sold to tho pupils
for cash, and tho proceeds turned
into tho treasury as a government
realization. A bill on tho subjoct
is to bo drafted.
An increase aB desirod by tho
Board is recommended in the
item for taking tho consns from
12,000 to. $15,000. in viow of tho
increaso in population and tho
greater detail o information de
sirod. Tho sum of S0500 for stationery
and incidentals is reported, with
itoiuB given, as close to what is
On tho itom "Repairing School
Houses, 10,000," the committee
find that after making a jfTrof ul
dotaijed estimate of tho amount
required for tho purposo named,
tho Board asked for 815,000.
"Your committeo do not favor tho
poor policy of allowing valuable
proporty to go to destruction for
wont of proper caro and protection
from tho weather, nor do thoy
think that requests based on such
careful estimutes as aro made by
so reliable a body as tho Board of
Education, should bo summarily
reduced to so great an oxtont as is
indicated by tho foregoing figures."
Thoro aro 221 school houses and
cottages under control of tho
Board of Education. Tho com
mittee recommend that tho items
pass aB follows:
Industrial and Eoform
School S 3,000
Sowing Materials and
Manual Training 2,000
Expouses Teachors' Con
Book Fund .- 7,000
Expenses of Ccubus 15,000
Stationery and Incidentals
forOfticoand Schools. 0,500
Repairing School Houses 12,000
Total S -10,500
(Signed by E. 0. Bond, A Pali
and E. O. Winston.)
Rop. Bond introduced a bill to
prohibit target shooting on Sun
day nt any point within thrco
milos of tho post oflico in Hono
lulu, or within ono mile of tho
post oflico in Lahaina, Wailuku,
or Hilo. Ton dollars is the
penalty for each offense.
Rop. Hanuna introduced a bill
to provide a punishmout for libi
dinous solicitations find procuring.
Tho penalty is a lino or not loss
than 825 nor more than S500,of im
prisonment not nioro than two
years, or both lino and imprison
ment, and, in tho case of a licensed
driver, forfeiture of liconse.
Rop. Hanuna introduced a bill
to amend tho P. O. gaining law.
It provides that: "Lvory person
who botB or gamblos upon any
horso raco, ball gamo, bioyolo race
or any nthlotio gamo or contost in
any niannov wlmlHonvnr, nithor by
rlslciuu niouoy or nuy ntliar thing
of vufiiu, in guilty of u niiwdo-
Highest of nil in Leavening Power.--Latest U.S. Gov't Roport.
Rop. Bond introduced a bill to
repeal an Act to mitigate tho evils
and diseases arising from prosti
tution. All thoso bills wero ordered to
Rop. Kamauolm was granted
leavo of absonco for several days.
Ho leaves by tho W. G. Hall to
altond tho Circuit Court term at
Adjourned at 11:7.
Prlca and Burns Props.
April 1, ISUC.
Ovcrturo Prof la Sltvu's Band
Horizontal Dnr Joues and Cruz
Club and Axe dwliicfu;; Bums, Kaclill
Slnclo Trapeze O William
Vcreu Act Burns aud Crux
Hour Quintette Club
Pedestal Act by Take, the India Kubber Boy
Clowns, Kntreo by tho Two Comlu.ui-8, Burns
Hawaiian Airs Quintette Club
Acrobatic Feats.... Burns, I lines and Kacbll
Cushion Leauluir Comnaiiv
Hurricane Hurdle Act by Kaclill wltb UU
Highly Trained Hawaiian Pony.
Flying KIni; Company
Gomlu Soiij,' Mr Clanccy, u S a
Adams (by request)
Breakawav Ladder Barns and Take
Invisible ilign WIro 11 Cruz
Fox Hunter Kaclill
Introducing the Two Trulned Hawaiian
Horses, Daniels and Kacbll
Leotard Doublo Trapeze. ...Burns and Hayes
Selection Quintette Club
Tbo performance to conclude with the
Burns, Hayes and Price.
This program will bo strictly adhered to.
J3. ADMISSION: Chnlru, $1.00; Gal
This Company will appear but two or
thrco times more, prior to Mr. Price's de
parture for America where ho will secure the
BEST TALENT AVAILABLE. During his
aljM'iico the show will bo laid up for tho pur
pose of training the anlniaM and learning
new acts. .Messrs Price and Burn realize tho
fact that the Honolulu public will support
good talent, therefore they are determined to
engage ONLY FIK3T CLASS AKTISTS and
their ambition Is to make the HAWAIIAN
OIHOUS A B1ULLIANT SUCCESS.
James W Price, Business Manager.
Wilfred Burns, Amusement Director.
Is going to cause serious trou
ble. You can not afford to
lot a cough linger. Perhaps
you havo tried remedies which
afford you no relief. You bo
gin to .wonder if your cough
Now Putnam's Cherry
Cough Comfort is one of tho
most sure and certain reme
dies for coughs and colds. Tho
first doso will afford voliof.
It will cortainly euro your
cough if it's p'ossiblo to cure
it. This remedy is pjon&ant
and safo to take. Children
take it readily. Got n bottlo
HOBIp Dfl (30,
DAVID K. BAKER,
Xmmuu Vnlloy, nbovo tho Miiimokum,
All oritur) w'veii iirouit mul Mlthdil nt.
(tuition. No ox tin i)lmi'K (or (lullvurliu!
1'Iiiwihh to nuy uit ( llm uity. l.tU,
Monnliiln (Iimhh) umt Ouumtloiix n tiio
It is during such weather as
wo aro now having that the
memories of tho oldest inhabit
ants fail. Between tho timo
of tho last cquinoxial storm
and tho present so many things
havo occurred that bad weather
records are lost sight of.
But it is cold weather just
tho same, colder thau is desira
blo by people who boast of a
climato where sun forms tho
chief ingredient. This climato
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 stovo was worth tak
ing into tho house. Tho
opinion was sound so long as
there was no other stovo
against it, but with our Em
pire Jewel range, with large
squaro ovens, ventilated and
quick bakers, reservoir for
hot water, towel bar and tea
cup shelves and a hundred
other conveniences tho people
are willing to admit thoy havo
made a mistake and concede
everything to the Jewel.
Von Hoifc Building.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW INVOICE
P. D. Corsets
We b;g to call special attention to tho
I1. D. LINEN
Of which wo carry All Sizes in Stock.
Take an Outing
. . '. . SUNDAYS
Trains will leave at 9:15 A. M.
and l:Jfi P. M arriving in Horn -lulu
at 3:11 and 5:C5 v, M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit ClUM !M CllUli
Ponrl Oity 75 I CO
Jiwa Plantation... 1 00 Jfi
Wnlunno U0 1 VC
BST FOR 1 WEEK ONLY jg&
Children's Hats Trimmed Gratis
N. S. SACHS'
This weok wo will mako a specialty of Children's Trimmed li'JfM
JIaU. During tho wook all Children's Hats will bo Trimmed FKEE "M , 4
Wo aro now showing a fine assortment of
Children's - Trimmed - Hats
To suit all ages and all sizes
Leghorn Hats and Fancy Straws
Trimmed in tho Latest Stylos
AJF SPECIAL LOW JPRICUilS.
Continued for One Week in April
Our Grand Closing Out Sale !
Continued for One Week
SPECIAL White Dress Muslins ut 15 y.trds for $1.00.
EXTRA. SPECIAL Every person purchasing 3.00 or
over will bo entitled to select, free of charge, a Lady's Sailor
Hafc, Gent's Straw Hat, Girl's Straw Hat or Boy's Straw Hat.
This offer holds good tho entire week.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Piano for $1.00
A Tine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying a single big silver dollar for tho privilego of guessing how
23igr -s- 0,:o.c3Llo
Will burn, now on exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show u indow. Call and pxamiuo tho Piano. Every lover of musio
will rccoguuo tho suporior qualities of the "Fischer" Grand.
Every purchasor of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
fjuess. Wo have adoptod this means of more largely advertising tho
ligh merits of tho Fischer Piano.
Tho contest will tako placo on tho
11th DAY OP JUNE
And will be held under tho personal supervision of representatives '
from tho Press of Honolulu.
$1.00 mTTPON $1-00 1
Big Candle Guessing Coupon. 1
ViiIimmI lit (jaiJO.
I3T Tho nearest
correct itiicbs will
0 taku thu l'lunu.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
H HONOLULU, H. I.
Ex S. S. "Bolgifi."
City Moat Market
in April .-asja.
519 FORT STREET.
Contost Takos Placo on Juno 11th. 1
Fill In this Coupon anil prcscot tamo to us per
sonally or by mall, accompanied by one dollar, and In
return wo kivo Joii tlio cholco of one dollar's worth of
Kuod rom our lnre and varied stock, and at thu
same time we wU record your guess us folloHe:
How Long Will It Burn ?
Days Hours .....Minutes
auuress , ,,,, ra
Orchostral -:- Concert
Y. M. C. A. Orchestra,
Y. M. J. A. ISA IX,
Thursday Evening, April 9th.
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