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EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 2, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
llot cross buns at the Elite.
Tho band will play tho Mari
poBa off tbiB afternoon.
ThiB is tho regular moeting
night of tho Young Ilawaiians In
stituto. Handicraft, tho paper issued
from Kamohamoha schools, is out
Mombors of Evans' Jnpnncso
troupe woro practicing fencing
Queen Dowager Kapiolani has
gono to hor seaside lesidcnco at
Secretary Cloy calls for the
presentation of all outstanding
bills ngainBt tho Senate.
Xiov.Rouiig )rcaches tonight on
tho subjectot "The Prodigal Son."
1'rodigals specially invited.
Wo aro indobted to purser Smith
of tho It. M. S. Muriposa for lulo
Colonial and Samoa papers.
Jas. E. Morgan will sell H. E.
liortelmann's offects at tho shop
on King street tomorrow at 10
First class recruits of tho Second
Battalion will drill at tho shed
this evening; sorgoant Perry drill
A now grocery storo will bo
opened on Saturday in tho roar of
tho Mutual Telephone Company's
L. 0. Kelly, wifo and child
arrived by tho Eithet. Mrs. Kelly
is a daughter of Hon. II. M.
Clms. B. "Wilson is superintend
ing tho mechanical department of
tho Hawaiian Carriago Company
for tho prosont.
Olficor Cordes arrested a Ohi
ncso named Lin Seo this morning
and charged him with having
opium in possession.
Ten Chinese gamblers wore dis
missed from custody this morn
ing on a legal technicality con
corning tho Venue.
ITnrry up and guess on tho
Candlo at Wall, Nichols Co. Pio
miuml Eischor Piano, and all for
a Dollar purchase of goods.
The triiil of Maloka for selling
liquor was commenced in Judge
do la Vorgno's court this morning
and continued till this afternoon.
Thoro will bo u special rehearsal
of tho Y. M. 0. A. orchestra to
night at 7:30, at which every mom
ber is requested to bo present.
Castle it Cooko's warohouso on
their own promises having boon
completed, they have given up
their leased warohouso on tho es
planade. American Minister "Willis and
Mrs. Willis will not leave by the
Mariposa today as reported. They
oxpoct to sail on tho Gaolio tho
John T. Brown, of Brown fe
Kuboy? loaves for tho Island of
Hawaii by thoKinau tomorrow on
a business trip. Mr. Brown will
mako tho circuit of tho Island.
Tho regular meeting night of
tho Free Kindorgarton and Child
ren's Aid Association coming up
on Good Friday, it has been do
cided to postpono tho mooting un
til Friday, April 10, 189G.
District Judgo do la Vorgno
and Clerk W. J. Coolho with tho
courtroom officer paid a visit of
inspection to tho Oahu Jail and
Insane Asylum today. Tomorrow
tho Reform School will bo visited.
St. A ml row ' Cntliudrnl,
Tho services of tho cathedral
congregation for Good Friday
will bo as follows: 0:30 Ante Com
munion; 11:00 Morning Pray or,
Litany and Sermon; 3:30 Pulo
Ahiahi; 7:30 Evening Prayor and
On Eastor Evo, 7 a. m. Holy
Communion, 7 p. m. Evensong.
Easter Day, 0:30 Holy Com
munion (Choral), 11 Morning
Prayor and Sormon,3:30Pulo Alii
ahi,'7:30 Evening Prayer and Ser
An Oltlriiiiiir Di'iul.
Leonard Mitoholl, an old color
ed man, diod yestordayaftornoon
from old ago at his residonco on
Punchbowl. Ho was a native of
tho Stato of Now York and was
boin January 30, 1791, and was
thoroforo 102 yoars and two
months old. Mitchell camo to tho
islands on a whalor 07 yoars ago.
His socond wife 8urvioa him, to
gothor with ono son and throo
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
tiii: MoiiNSi: act i'assf.o on tiii:
Tho Srunto Itciorn Hie Hllo i'ctlllon nmt
Itc'uliltloii to III"! llxrcullvr. I'ru-
cecillnc In tho llniiko.
Thiutv-Sixtu Day, Aiuiix 2.
Thoro was a bare quorum whon
tho Senato camo to order this
morning, but nil of tho membors
dropped in later oxcopt Senator
Holbloin, who is absent on Ha
waii. Senator Northrup presented a
sot of resolutions passed at a
mass meeting hold in Hilo hW
Saturday, which wore road by tho
Senator Northrup moved that
tho petition bo roforrod to a com
mitteo of five, ono from each isl
and and two from .Hawaii, but
afterwards withdrow it and tho
mattor was roforrod to tho Exe
cutive. Senator Lyman read a petition
from residents of North Kohala
asking for tho oppropriation of
S3000 for a new road in tho
eastern part of tho district. Bo
forred to tho Committee on Public
Senator Horner from tho Mis
cellaneous Committee presonted a
roport on certain sections of tho
Liconso Act, which was tabled
to bo considered with tho bill.
Senator Wilcox gavo notice of
his intention to introduce a bill
to ro-organizo tho Bureau of Public
Senator Waterhoueo was grant
ed leave of absence for tho day.
Under unfinished business con
sideration of tho liconso bill was
resumed and tho remaining sec
tions relating to tho licensing of
vehicles passed as in tho bill.
Section CO, rolating to tho li
cense of butchors, passed ns in
tho bill, S10 for Honolulu and 820
Section 52, requiring tho Min
ister of Interior to furnislu butch
ors with record books was strick
on out, and butchers will now be
required to furnish their own
Senator Brown moved that a
now license of 20 bo inserted for
boot and shoo manufacturers,
which at present pay no licenso
Minister Damon thoueht S10
was enough, and Senator Brown
accepted tho suggestion. Tho li
conso then carried at S10.
Senator Brown then moved that
a licenso fee of 25 for Honolulu
and $10 olsewhoro bo imposed on
tailor shops. Carried.
Tho merchandise liconso was
then taken up on tho proposition
of Senator McCandloss to mako
tho tax S50 for all sales under
20,000 and 3-8 of 1 percent on
gross sales over that amount, and
an argument ensued in which
yesterday's dobato was gono over
Senator McCandloss reminded
tho Honolulu mombors that they
wero pledged under tho platform
on which they wore elected to
support a graduated system of
Senator Baldwin said to carry
out tho theories of Senator Mc
Candloss tho ths of 1 per cont.
should bo lovied on overy mer
chant,whothor his sales wore 100,
S1000 or 10,000 a year.
Tho amendment finally passod
by a voto of 7 to .
Souator McCandloss withdrow
his amendment placing a tax on
horsesboors, stating that tho mon
could not agree on tho mattor.
Tho bill thon passed as a whole
on tho second reading, and was
reforred to tho Committee on
Sonator Brown, under suspen
sion of tho rules, presented a noti-
tion from tho Kahuku plantation
and II. Hackfold & Co., stating
that in 1891 thoy had imported a
sugar mill plant for tho Kahuku
companion which 1870 duty had
boon paid. Under tho improved
procoss now in uso tho plant was
useless and had nevor been used.
It was tho intention of tho peti
tioners to ship tho plant abroad
for sale, and thoroforo thoy ask
that tho duties paid on tho samo
bo romitted. Boforred to tho
Minister Coopor prosontod tho
roport of tho Electrio Bail way
Commission appointed by tho
Highost of .i 1 J in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov'tKoport.
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President. Tho commission say
that no part of Hotel street or
ThomaB square or tho Beach road
should bo used by any company.
That if any company wish to uso
tho Beach road thoy should bo
compelled to obtain a right of way
along said road at thoir own ex
pense Thoy say tho prosont is
an inopportune titno for granting
a franchise to any company on
tho ground that an olaborate sys
tem of widening tho streets of
Honolulu is under consideration
and no franchise of any kind
should bo granted until tho samo
is sottlod. Tho roport contains
much information gained by Mr.
Dodgo on his trip aud other mat
tor of iutorcst and is accompanied
by a bill embodying thoir viows.
Boforred to tho Joint Legisla
tive Committee on Public Lands
Tho Hilo Library Bill was taken
up on tho second reading and
passod with an amondmont re
quiring tho surrender of the prop
erty in caso tho samo is not used
for library purposes.
On motion tho third reading
was fixed for Monday.
Senator Holstoin's bill relating
to tho manufacture of wino waB
taken up on its second reading
and referred to tho Committee on
Senato Bill No. 25, rolating to
tho Honolulu firo limits, was tak
on up on tho second reading with
the roport of tho Committee on
Public Land fuvoring its passago
and was under consideration whon
tho noon hour arrived.
TniRTY-FiFTii Day, Apkil 2.
HOUSE OF ltEPKE&nNTATIYEH.
Bep. Bond from tho Committee
on Education reported on tho
petition for a schoolhouse and
teachers' cottage at Alao. Tho
committoo find that a sum for
that purpose has boon asked by
tho Board of Education, but
recommend 000 additional.
Ministor Coopor presonted the
roport of tho Electrio Eailway
Houso Bill No. G for extending
and improving tho streots of Ho
nolulu passed third reading.
House Bills 1G, 17, 18 and 19
prohibiting gambling libidi
nous solicitation, target shoot
ing on Sundays and to re
peal tho Act to Mitigate woio re
ferred to a special comnlitteo of
five consisting of Bops. Bond,
Hailuna, Davis, KaeoandEycroft.
Tho roport of tho Senato Com
mittee on tho Great Seal was read
and ltnoued to a special commit
too of Eops. Eobortson, McBrydo
Adjourned to Monday.
FHOJI PAR-OI'P SAMOA.
CuudfiiHcd Kciiih I'runi Our Stiimmu
Coffee is tho biggest and best
product of tho Cook Islands, and
is chiefly grown in Earotonga.
Next comes copra which is pretty
close: In 1892 4,827 worth of
coffoe and 5,519 worth of copra
wore sent away from tho group.
Last year 7,752 wortli of cofToo
and 7,253 of copra wore oxported.
News from Tonga statoB that
Mossrs. Forsyth Sohultss & Co's
storo was completely destroyed by
firo on tho 5th of February. Loss
Ohiof Justice Ido has gono to
Sydney by tho Monowai for a fow
A dastardly but unsuccessful
attompt to burn tho Apia foreign
church was made by Josoph
Eoland who arrived from Sydney
lately. IIo wos sentenced to threo
years at hard labor by Chiof Jus
Tho Hawaiian Circus did grand
ly last night. Its porformanco
was a groat improvement on tho
initial one, whon ovorythiug was
now to tho local recruits. Mr.
Olaneoy of tho U. S. S. AdrmB
scored an oncoro with a comic
song. A still greater improve
ment is promised for this evening.
Seo tho bill in anothor column.
Is going to eausoBorioustrou
blo. You can not afford to
lot a cough lingor. Perhaps
you have tried remedies which
afford you no roliof. You bo
gin to condor if your cough
Now Putnam's Cherry
Cough Comfort is ono of tho
most suro and cortain reme
dies for coughs and colds. Tho
first doso will afford roliof.
It will certainly euro your
cough if it's possible to euro
it. This romedy is pleasant
and safo to tako. Children
take it readily. Got a bottla.
HOBp DfJl! (JO,
a HULL SI-IJED
SATURDAY, April 4th
A Conipleto Porformanco by
Local Talent in Co.
D., N. G. II.
9 FiRST PART PERFORMERS Q
8 END MEN 8
New Scenic Effects I
Local Jlits ! Ncio Songs !
Laughable Olio I
ZZT Seats on salo at Benson, Smith &
Co'.b on Thursday at 0 ft. m.
Admission, - $1.00.
No Etru Clinrjyo for Itescncd Seats.
GOOD JTOAY !
All Day Friday.
Send in Your Orders Early.
GOOD KIUJJA.Y !
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
r u On Bnlo TODAY nnd TOMOUltOW.
At IIoi-h'n Blnlirrj , Hotel Street,
I'roin 5 o'clock Tliuiwlny v. m. until Trid.iy
Specie! ! Special !
giT FOR 1 WEEK ONLY efl
Children's Hats Trimmed Gratis
N. S. SACHS'
This wool: wo will mako a specially of Children's Triiniiiod
Hats. During tho week all Children's Hats will bo Trimmed iiitHE
AYo aro now showing a fino assortment of
Children's - Trimmed - Hats
To suit all ages and all sizes
Leghorn Hats and Fancy Straws
Trimmed in tho Latest Styles
ATBPECIAL LOW PRTOTI3S.
Continued for One "Week in April
Our Grand Closing Out Sale !
Continued for One Week
SPECIAL White Dress Muslins at 15 yards fur 1.00.
EXTRA. SPECIA.L Every parson purchasing $3.00 or
over will bo entitled to select, free of charge, a Lady's Sailor
TTat, Gont's Straw Hat, G-l's Straw Hat or Boy's Straw Plat.
This offer holds good the entire week.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Piano for $1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying a single big silver dollar for tho privilego of guessing how
23ig :- Oo,:o.aLlo
Will burn, now on oxhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show window. Call and oxamino tho Piano. Every lovor of mnsio
will recognize tho suporior qualities of the "Fischer" Grand.
Every purchaser of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
guess. Wo havo adopted this moans of more largely advertising tho
high merits of tho Fischer Piano.
Tho contest will tako placo on tho
11th DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held under the personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Hoight of Candlo 4 Foot. Contest Takos Placo on Juno 11th.
Vnlncil nt :t30.
1ST Tlio nearcit
correct piees will
taku tliu 1'laiio.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
HONOLULU. H. I.
Change of Law Firm.
Ilartwell, Thurston it Stanley
havo dissolved thoir Law partner
ship as of March Hist, Mr. Hart
well remaining iu tho ollico over
Bishop's bank and Messrs. Thurs
ton it Stanley moving to tho ollices
formerly occupied by Mr. llatoh
on Kaahumanu street, whoro they
will do business together under
tho firm namo of Thurston & Stan
519 FORT STREET.
1111 In tills Coupon and present name to ub per
sonally or by mull, nccomimnlcd by one dollar, and In
return uoj;1vojoii the iliolcu of ono dollar's worth of pj
Koods Irom our laro and arled stock, andatthu pj
same tlmo uo will record jour guess as follows: d
How Long "Will It Burn ?
Days Hours Mluutcs H
Orchestral -:- Qoncort
.... BY THE ....
Y. M. C. A. Orchestra,
.... in Tin:....
Y. 31. C. A. HAD, I,,
Thursday1 Evening, April 9th.
E1" TiokotH. 50 Cents. Programme
later. 201. id
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