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EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL G, 189G.
tOCAL AND GENERAL.
No circus tonight.
Band concert tvt Emma squaro
The H. A. A. 0. will moot at tho
Y. M. 0. A. at 7:30 tonight.
Tho "Warrimoo should put in liu
appearanco from Vancouver to
morrow. Tho Farndiso o tho Pacific for
April is on sale at tho various
L. von Tompsky and family
woro among tho Olaudino's passou
A pair of gold mounted specta
cles await an owner at tho Bulle
tin's business office' ;
Tho report of tho Minister of
tho Interior has at last boon
printed and distributed.
Bo on to yourself and ask for
Seattle boor on draft and in bottles
at tho Criterion Saloon.
"W. "W. Dimond has a variety of
glasswaro jmtturns, ii Bots or
singly, at his store on King street.
Tho regular meeting of tho Pio
Ineor Building and Loan Associa
tion takes placo at 7:30 this ovon
iug. The shoot between tho polico
forco and Company G on Satur
day was dotormined in favor of
tho formor, by a scoro of 3G4 to
Tho advortisomont of tho Oahu
Lumber and Building Company
appears in another column, Its
headquarters aro on King Btreet,
near tho Railway depot.
In tho matter of tho estato of
G. B. Honuakaha, tho petition of
Ilonry' Smith, administrator, for
leave to sell real estato has been
granted by Judge Carter.
Jim Sherwood has improved tho
accommodations of his "happy
family" at Long Branch baths.
Tho coon has a room now in tho
samo big cage with tho monkey
Tho San Fraucisco Bullotin has
started a voting contest for tko
most popular school teachers to
Bond on summer tours to Europo,
Honolulu and points of intorost
Tho committeo of physicians
appointed to draft a resolution to
lUJjbo Legislature condoraning the
t proposed tax on physicians will
meet at-1 o'clock this afternoon
for that purpose.
Don't give yourself away by ac
centing any of the inferior brands
of "boor but insist uu having that
well known and popular brand
known as the Seattle beer to bo
had at tho Criterion.
The Kahuku plantation declaix
oil a 2 per cent, dividend Inst
week, to tho groat joy of numer
ous stockholders. . It ip expected
that furthor dividends amounting
to 12 or 15 per cent, will bo forth
coming during tho present year.
Besides carrying tho largest ns
Botttnont of stationery, music and
nows prints in tho islands, tho
Hawaiian Nows Company lmvo
throo different pianos for sale,
which thoy sell ou the installment
plan. Thoy manufacture rubber
f stamps to order.
Tho monthly meeting of tho
Wamen's Board of Missions will
bo held at tho Contral Union
Church tomorrow ("Tuesday) at
30 p. in. It will bo a praise- and
ffjauk offering service. Miss Tal
' cJJtt, recontly from Jjipan, will
give personal incidents in hospi
tal life during tho recent war.
There was a largo congregation
at tho Hawaiian pulo ahiahi in St.
Andrew's Cathedral yesterday
afternoon. Bishop "Willis and
Eov. V. n. Kitcat officiated. Thoro
woro six infants baptized. Among
thoso present woro ox-Quoon I i
, liuokayini and Theo. H. Davios.
( Tho ox-Queen has attended all the
..afternoon sorvices during Holy
James L. Newton and Goorgo
H, Newton of Cleveland, O., and
. rNow York, N. Y., respectively,
lmvo brought suit against Frauk
0. Blair and thirty-four others,
'all rosidont abroad, claimants as
ilieirs at law of the late Kathorino
li.Youinans, to quiet title to real
lestate situated on Merchant strpot
adjoining tho police station, which
.was appraised lately at a valua
tion ofSll,100. A. S. Hartwell
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DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR .
Mtdca Hotter Bread and Pastry than
)s. KAny Other Known Jtmnd.
Ak Your Grucer Fur It.
Special rehearsal of tho Y.M.O.
A. orchestra tonight.
Inspector General of Schools
H. S. Townsoud arrived on tho
Two Ohincso woro
day for driving a
horso dray at a trot.
Theo. II. Davios
ovoniug at Kawaiahao church on
"lloligious Training in England."
II. W. Schmidt and Sons will
shortly romovo to more commodi
ous promises in tho vou Holt
Tho nmatour minstrels will hold
a business mooting at Prof. Bor
gor's houso tomorrow night to
cousidor tho feasibility of giving
another performance Saturday
Thoro aro many kinds of boor,
but uftor sampling the SoaUlo
beer at tho Criterion you will for
sako all othors and stick to tho
best. Tho Criterion Saloon koops
it. Why ? v Because it is tho best.
M:INl,ATirslK IK MISSION.
Continued from lit Page.
Bop. Eycroft from tho commit
too on public lands reported on
potitiou from Ewa for a bridge at
Waiawa, finding tho old ono had
boon washed away and recom
mending that ono bo built in a
loss exposed placo and &1000 bo
appropriated for the purpose.
Tabled for consideration with tho
Tho sarao committee roported
on tho proposed item for the ro
liof of A. B. Loobonstoin, 587.
They found tho bill for survoying
in question was approved but
novor paid, and recommended that
anitoin bo inserted in tho Appro
priation bill for its payment.
Tabled for consideration with tho
Bop. Richards propounded a
question to tho Minister of tho
Interior, as to what action tho
Govornmont proposed to take on
a certain proposition of the Ha
waiian Electric Company to un
dertake tho lighting of tho streets
Rep. Roborlsou moved that a
committeo bo appointed to confer
with a committoo that tho Senato
be requested to appoint on the
Groat Seal. Carried.
Consideration of the Appropri
ation bill on first reading was
Tho Custom Houao deforrod
items with committee's roport
Rep. Richards supported tho
rocommendotibns of tho commit
tee. The man holding tho office
of genoral appraiser had boon
seventeen years in business
hero, and if ho had not enough
knowledge of tho duties thoro did
not soom to bo any use in sending
out or tuo country for a man.
Certainly tho presont incumbent
had acted impartially toward all
Minister Damon spoko of pro
gress having boon mndo in tho
Custom Houso under tho presont
administration. He was sorry
that tho qualifications of tho pro
Bont official had boon brought up,
but since it had ho would say, as
head of the dopartraont, that ho
was not satisfied with tho way in
which the appraiser had done his
duties. This matter of appraising
tho voluo of imports wob ono of
tho most vital to tho treasury. It
was desired to get a compotont
man who could teach others in
tho customs service.
iuiuiaior omiiu saiu mat as
Attorney Genoral ho know tho im
portance of having tho appraising
done well. Tho Legislature should
not intorforo with tho porsonnol
of subordinate officials, as tho res
ponsibility for them rested on tho
heads of departments. It was
competent for tho Legislature to
strike out tho Horn, iu which case
the Govornmont would have to do
tho best itrcould without tho pro
vision. At tho same timo it did
not follow, if the item was reject
ed, that tho sorvices of tho present
appraiser would bo retained.
Rep. Richards ndmitted it might
have boon a mistake to mention tho
parson,but what ho was against was
sending outsido of tho country for
a man. Tho committoo had found
that tho item of SG000 ought to bo
sufficient, but whether it was or
not he would oppose sonding away
for a man. There woro just as
smart mon horo as anywhoro olso.
Rop. RycroEt was not on tho
committee, but had mado it his
business to go to tho( Custom
Housonnd look into tho matter.
Ho inspected tho work of this of
Highest uf J1 in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
ficial and bolioved that it was done
woll. At all events ho was learn
ing, as a. now man would have to
loard his duties. Jobs woro at
tempted on the customs every timo
a steamor arrived, and ho would
bo willing to bet that a now man
would bo duped as often as any
Minister Damon wished that
Mr. Eycroft had gone to tho Col
lector Genoral, rather than to tho
Minister Smith would as a rule
agree with Mr. Richards about
Bonding abroad for men, but ar
gued that experts and specialists
ought to bo introduced from
abroad in certain cases. He men
tioned electric lighting, matters of
agriculture, soworngo; etc., as mat
tors whoro special skill was abso
lutely necessary, or at least a great
benefit for tho country. An ox
port had been needed to start tho
uev dredgq, but now nny local
engineer could run it. "With
goods coming horo from all parts
of tho world, it required special
skill to detect imposture. Whilo ex
perience was tho best toachor, often
it was the most expensive teacher.
In a mattor of this kind, it would
bo economy to got tho best sorvico
possible, and the man employed
could tench our own y6ung man.
Rop. Eycroft considered that
thoAttornoy-Genoral was talking
besido tho question. Tho things
ho had referred to had nothing to
do with this quostion. When tho
telephone and electric light woro
introduced nobody hero know
anything about them, everybody
was grcon. "What, however, would
a San Fraucisco man know moro
than a Honolulu man about an
invoice of goods ?
Minister Smith asked tho mem
ber to name ono articlo imported
hore which was not imported in
San Francisco, besides thero was
a much larger variety of imports
in San Ernncisco.
Eep. Eycroft answered that it
made no difference. An invoice
of silk from Germany by ono ves
sel might greatly differ in value
with one from tho same country
i by another vcssol. What was
wanted in thoappraisor was honesty
first of all. Next ho should bo in
. ui rri i. ,...ii i
pui-uui. xuou iie suouiu nave a
certain knowledge of goods coming
, here. A bill of lulling may bo
1 dishonestly gotten up, its contents
j being undervalued. If a box
laboled cigarettes was found to
contain Bilk handkerchiefs, what
was wanted to find out that fact
was detectivo skill, not export
Bop. Robertson was opposed to
the item for different reasons from
somo of thoso advanced. Tho
Minister of Einanco told thorn at
tho first of tho session that tho
Government would lmvo so much
monoy, and if nny was spout un
necessarily it would diminish tho
amount nvailablo from current re
ceipts for public works. It would
thereforo bo the. proper thing to
raise no old salaries, or to create
any now ones, unnecessarily. It
appeared, from tho statomouts of
Minister thomsolves, that monoy
had boon saved by the work of the
presont appraisor, moro than tho
amount of his salary, and tho ser
vice ought to improve If tho
presout official was incompetent
ho ought to bo discharged.
After somo furthor discussion
without anything now being said,
tho vote was tiikon by show of
hands. Tho item was stricken
out by a majority of seven to throo.
Minister Smith under suspen
sion of tho rules introduced a bill
to amend tho law of 1859 to im
Eocess from 12 to 1:30.
NOTES OF 1SOTJI HOUSES.
Senator Hovnor has returned
from Hawaii and wns in Iur usual
seal in tho Senate today.
Tho Senato Einanco Committoo
hold a short session thi innrnimr
at whioh tho petition of H Hack-
ieut i vjo. and tho ivahulcu plan
tation, asking for a robnto on im
port duties on certain mill machi
nery, was considered.
Tho Sonato Tax Committeo wont
into session after adjournment
Subscribe1 for iIujEvenixo Bul
letin, 75 cents pur month.
Th oie fllniinn liOt.
Jas. E. Morgan's groat sale of
residonco Bites, ndvortised with a
map in this paper, is drawing
near. Intending purchasers have
less than two days in which to fix
on thoir first preferences. Tho
laud is adjacont to Oahu College
and tho situation is most health
ful, as thoso who have lately built
and occupied houses in tho vicinity
testify. There will not bo auothor
such opportunity in a long timo.
Tho salo will tako placo at Mr.
Morgan's auction room at 12 iioon
Is going to cause Borious trou
ble. You can not afford to
lot a cough lingor. Perhaps
you havo tried remedies which
afford you no roliof. You be
gin to wondor if your cough
Now Putnam's Cherry
Cough Comfort is ono of tho
most suro and certain reme
dies for coughs and colds. Tho
first doso will afford roliof.
It will certainly euro your
congh if it's possible to cure
it. This remedy is pleasant
and safo to take. Children
take it readily. Got a bottlo,
HOBp D (JO,
The llftwauan News CouL'd
Morcliunt Stroot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
KT Carry the Largest Assortment In
theso Hues of any housd ou tho Islnncls. No
Just Jtcceivcd n consignment of
Vosb & Sons, Scbiller 8e Smitli auA Barnes
13T Special uttoutiou called to tlto last
named to those who want n pood 1'lano at
u moderate price Wo sell L'ianos on tho
Wo Itluuiilhcluro Ilubbor Stumps.
&. Island ordors solicited. Giro i a
triuTiiud a gtarnnteo satisfaction.
Building and Loan Aooiation
Tho Eoeulnr Monthly Mootina
will bo hold nt the Glianibor of
GommeroQ on MONDAY EVEN
1NG, April G, 1890, nt 7:30
ESCPayraonts aro required in
A. V. GEAR,
At tho Drill Shed, Satur
day night, a Pair of Gold
Mounted Eyo Glasses.
Ownor can havo snmo by
cnlling at the Bulletin
I-I. A. A. C.
A.t Y. M. C. A. Hall,
At 7::!0 o'o'ook.
FOR 1 WEEK ONLY jg&
N. S. SACHS'
This week wo will mako n specialty of Children's Trimmed
Hats. During tho wook all Children's Hats will bo Trimmed FREE
- AVo aro now showing a lino assortment of
Children's - Trimmed - Hats'
To suit all ages and all sizes
Leghorn Hats and Fancy Straws
Trimmed in tho Latest Styles
A.T SPECIAX LOW PErOES,
Continued for One Week in April
Our Grand Closing Out Sale !
Continued for One Week
SPECIAL Whito Dress Muslins at 15 yards for $1.00:
EXTRA SPECIAL Every porsou purchasing $3.00 or
over will be entitled to select, free of charge, n Lady's Sailor
Hat, Gent's Straw Hat, Girl's Straw Hat or Boy's Straw Hat.
This offer holds good the entire week.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
1 Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying a Btnglo big silver dollar for tlio privilege of guessing how
Will burn, now on exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show window. Call and cxaraino tho Piano. Evory lover of music
will recognize tho superior qualities of the "Fischer" Grand.
Every purchasor of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is ontitlcd to a
S!ues8. "Wo havo adopted this moans of moro largoly advertising the
ligh merits of tho Fischor Piano.
Tho contest will tako placo on tho
11th DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held under tho personal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
$i-QQ COUPON 3&1-00
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
i Height of Candlo 4 Feet.
f3 Tlio nearest
correct uticsa will
?1 take tlio 1'Iano.
i WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
I HONOLULU, H. I.
H X.I.Iiicvsenfalit!jiUM,thtrianoaltthcartmUiX (it the artj icfiose yuc.u m Kn
2J flvut Yttfirdfll. ' M
T'elephoni: 53. a B- P. 0. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oalm llailwny & Lnml Co.'b Depot.
. LusibQ? Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IJIl'OKTEltS AND DEALERS IN
Doors, Sasla, Blinds, Paints, Oil,
n3uilders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
519 FORT STREET
Contest Takoa Placo on Juno 11th.
Jill In tills Coupon and present same to us per- M
sonnlly or liy mull, accompanied by ono dollar, and In ra
return wo rIvo you tlio cliolco of ono dollar' worth of
Koodi Irom our larjjo and varied stock, and at tlio a
samo timo wo will record your guess as follows: H
Long Will It Burn ?
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