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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 7, 1890. 7 $8
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Sugar -i 3-lCuo clmngo.
The circus 1ms gouo to Kauai
for a Boason.
Company B has meotiug and
Thoro was good practico at
crickot last Saturday.
Company II. had bnsiness moot
ing and drill last night.
Tho Wnrrimoo leaves at G
o'clock this evening. Mail closeB
Tho sale of. Manoa lots takes
plttco tomorrow at noon at Mor
gan's auction room.
Georgo Smithies has takon a
fosition as bookkeeper with tho
There will bo buasos to convey
dancers to njul fromludopepdonco
Park tomorrow evening.
Pacific Lotlgo of Masons has a
special meeting this ovouing for
work in tho first and socond de
grees. M. S. Grinbaum & Co., import
ers of general merchandise and
commission agents, have a card'in
II. "W. Schmidt & Sons are
busily engaged in preparing to
move into their now quarters in
the Von Holt block.
Tho "Woman's Board of Mis
sions aro holding thoir monthly
mooting at tho Central Union
church this afternoon.
Owing to tho concort of the Y.
M. C. A. oichestra falling on
Thursday evening, the Third
House will meet on Friday even
ing. An old shack at Punchbowl and
Miller streets has been demolish
ed for clearing tho Bite of the now
Protestant church of tho Portu
guese. Tho Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor had a very
pleasant social and ontortainment
at tho Central Union church par
lors last evening.
Tho patronesses for tho Loilani
Hop tomorrow night aro Mosdamo-i
Ii W. Macfarlano, J. M. Dowsott,
Tootsio Parker, J. "W. Robertson
and Phoobo Makoe.
Busses will loavo Palania and
Pauoa road at 7:15 respectively
for Independence Pavilion, push
ing corner of King and Port
otreets at 7:30 p. m.
Tho Kawaihau Quintotto will
render tlneo new songs botwoon
dances, Lai o Puna, Awaiaulu ko
Aloha and Loilani, at the Leiluui
dance tomorrow night.
"God's Building" will bo Rov.
Romig's subject tonight; tomor
row night his theme will bo "The
Future State," or "Is thoro a
Heaven or a Hell?" This may be
tho closing service.
Two people were sent to tho In
sano Asylum yesterday, a white
man named Hallsworth and a na
tive woman. Tho lattor has been
in tho Asylum boforo but was
discharged as cured.
Tho annual Vostry meeting of
tho members of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral for tho election of "Wardens
and other officers will take placo
in tho school-room this evening
at 7:30 o'clock.
There was not a vacant seat
at the Em m u square band concort
last night. Tho Hawaiian songs
.vere encored as usual. Tho new
piece, "Reminiscences of tho Mid
winter Fair" iu which Chinese mid
Turkish airs aro sung, was uccord
ed a double encore.
A numbor of pooplo aro on
quiring for A. L. Morris of tho
Washington Feed Co. Ho don't
owo anybody monoy but is away
at tho coast at present, purchas
ing live stock dolicaoios, and tho
Honolulu public is anxious to
know what novelties in this lino
ho will return with.
A ploasant farewell social was
givou by tho Thistle Club last
night, in honor of Chieftain Wil
liam Eadie, who loaves by tho
SVarrimoo on tho way to Bulii
wayo.Mashonoland, Africa. "Bill"
has boon tho "court fiddler" of tho
club ami one of its best liked
mombors. Besides working at his
trado of carpuntor, ho will go in
to colToo planting in tho dark con
tinent, Dill FT IW H SOW FMUU
Mule llrtter llrcnd and Pastry than
Any Other Kmwn llmml.
.Uk Knur Ctmtr I'ur 11.
Fivo drunks paid tho usual fine
Business is picking up in tho
polico court. Thcro were twonty
fivo casos on trial this morning.
A company of the bluo iuckots
from tho U. S. S. Adams had drill
noar tho boat landing this morn
ing. Hawaiian Council, No. G8i),
American Legion of Honor, moots
at Knights of Pythias hall this
Mrs. R. I. Groon will continue
to manogo tho Sailors' Home, of
which hor lato husband was super
intendent. The Loilani danco at Indepen
dence park tomorrow oveninc will
I bo tho event of tho month in danc
Ah Sam, alias Ah Fat, was
fined $100 in Judge do la Vorgno's
Court today for soiling liquor
without a liconso.
Tho only orrost today was that
of a uativo boy for Btoaling half
grown Manila mangoes from tho
High school grounds.
N. S. Saohs has a chango of adv.
in this issuo, in which attention is
called to R. and G. aud other
styles of corsets, corset waist, otc.
Maukoli was given thirty days
at hard labor by Judge do la
Vorgno today for stealing a
demijohn of shellac varnish from
E. C. Rowo's paint shop.
Charles J. McCarthy of tho
Criterion saloon received by tho
"Warrimoo today tho first consign
ment of Book beer of tho season.
A word to the wiso is sufficient.
A wator plug burst at Queen
and Alakea streets this morning,
flooding the gutter on tho lattor
street. It was Boon repaired by a
man from tho "Wator "Works
"W. S. Luco hold a sale of lumb
er out of tho Opora House at that
building today. Bids woro bo low
that Contractor Lincoln bought
in most of tho stuff. Ho said ho
would not give tho material away.
Anna Gerta was found guilty
by Judco do la Vorgno this morn
ing of being a dangorous -and dis- j
orderly person, bontonco was
suspended and in tho meantimo
sho is required to file a bond in
the sum of ouo hundred dollars
that sho will keep tho peace to
wards tho Ropnblic of Hawaii and
particularly tho person of J. A.
Li:c;iHi.ATiriifc' in session.
Continued from 1st Page.
tho bill to provide for tho widen
ing of certain Btreots in Honolulu. I
I hoy favored tho passage of tho
bill with an amendment to add
Union streot, for widening to
Rep. Robertson presented a re
port of the Judiciary committee
on tho bill to provide for tho im
provement of laud in tho district
of Honolulu deletorious to public
health, recommending its passage
with amendments submitted.
Tabled for consideration with tho
Tho bill to providofor widening
certain streets in Honolulu was
taken up on second reading.
Rep. Richards thought tho width
should bo statod in ovory case. Ho
spoko of tho building in which
Mr. Wiohman's store is, as being
within tho fifty-foot lino.
Rop. Robertson romarked that
if an earthquake destroyed that
building, or any other similarly
situated, whon rebuilt it would
liavo to tako tho now lino whatovor
Rop. Rycroft observed that it
ought to bo a matter for tho Gov
ernment to decide, whether it
should incur tho oxnenso of put
ting back Buch buildings.
Amendments failed and tho bill
passed socond reading and was
appointed to bo read a third timo
Minister Cooper called up tho
Appropriation bill for pay rolls
nu(l salaries, for tho purpose of
having tho titlo amonded, it being
unconstitutional as it stood.
Rop. Robertson raised tho point
of order that tho bill having
boon read by titlo, its titlo could
not be amonded until tho first
reading was completed.
Ministor Cooper withdrew his
Tho biil to provido for tho im
provement of land iu Honolulu
deleterious to imbliu hoalth was
talcon up with tlio Judiciary coni
Hop. Hohortsuu arguod in favor
of tho committee's iiiiiondinoiitH,
Highest of ull iu Leavening Power. Lateat U.S. Gov't Roport. Now Advertisements. ja
ftrSVAi SaWns; the r. & o. oohsets
W3r V WmiKfim r 2 TAKE THE LEAD j ,JJ
Rop. Hanuna referred to tho
tearing up of taro by the Board of
Health in tho cholora epidemic,
when proprietors woro not con
sulted in tho matter. Ho object
ed to having tho bill crippled.
Rpp. Robortson said tho mem
ber from Maui reminded him of
tho Hilo delegation. This bill had
nothing to do with tho destruction
of buildings or crops m n timo of
epidemic, as tho Board of Health
already had that power. It was to
onforco tho improvement of land
from aminwholesomo to a whole
Minister Cooper admitted that
the bill was arbitrary, but it was
designed to be so. If tho neces
sity for an improvement was to
bo referred to a jury for decision,
tho work might bo dolayed for
years. To decide what was or was
not detrimental to public hoalth
constituted the very foundation of
tho Board of Health's duties. The
proposed amendments would mako
tho law a dead letter.
Minister Smith spoko of tho
powers that boards of health havo
m all civilized countries, whereby
they have to interfere with private
rights without duo process of law.
Tho chiof engineer of a firo de
partment could blow up ono man's
building to save tho proporty of
others. If a dog became danger
ous on tho streot it could bo slain
without ceremony. Tho Board of
Hoalth could order ono to fill up
a drain or dig a now cesspool.
That was taking his proporty.
Tho Attorney Goneral arguod at
length in Biipport of tho provi
sions of tho bill.
Rop. Bobortson defied anybody
to produce authority for holding
that the first two and a half linee
of section 3 woro constitutional.
(Tho passage is as follows: "Tho
fact that such deleterious condi
tion exists, when found by tho
Board of Health, shall be filial
and conclusive upon all parties in
interest nnd not subject to roview
by any court.") It was absurd
to give any board tho power to do
claro that tho condition of prop
erty woro clangorous; without giv
ing tho owner tho privilege of con
testing the point iu a court of jus
tice. Ho challenged anybody to
show that there existed in any
civilized country such nrbitrary
powers without tho right of ap
peal from thoir exorcise.
Minister Smith and Rep.
Robertson carried on a dialoguo
over tho point for some minutes.
Rop. Richards romarked that
tho question seemed ono purely
of law. The Attorney Goneral
was on ono side, and tho House
lawyer on tho other.
Ministor Smith jokingly inter
jected "horso lawyer,"yand another
member "sea lawyer," whereat all
hands got into bottor humor.
Rop. Richards, continuing, sug
gested a postponement of tho de
bate, which was adopted.
Adjourned at 12 in.
NOTES Or DOTH HOU8KH.
Tho Senate Tax Committeo did
not roport today. Thoy will havo
another mooting at 9 o'clock to
morrow morning at which Sena
tor Baldwin is expected to attond.
Tho special committee of tho
Sonato on tho Hackfold petition
for rebato of customs duos hold a
mooting aftor tho adjournment
tliis morning, at which Ministor
Damon and Collector Castlo woro
From all over tho world havo re
corded thoir guess on tho big
candlo. Think of it, a Fischer
piano for a dollar. Wall, Nichols
. "",.. , ' -
U. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Qticeu Htrout, Honolulu, mul SIS Trout
Htrent, Bun rnumlnno, Oil.
Goneral Merchandise and , ,
. . Commission Merchants.
Piano For Sale.
a woonwAiti) .v. imow.v itano.
Hits mi ittuMltmt lone- unit i In lino coudl.
tlon. Will lio Hold uliiHin (or crn.li.
AiMrww h. T.
lOJMf Jlin.urriN OITlco,
Is going to causo serious trou
ble. You can not afford to
lot a cough linger. Porhaps
you havo tried remedies which
afford you no relief. You bo
gin to wonder 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
cough if it's possiblo to euro
it. This remedy is ploasant
nnd safe to take. Children
tako it readily. Got a bottlo
HOBp DI(D(f CO.,
Brown & Kubey
. . Watches,
Jewelry,4 . .
And all kinds of . . .
ssssssbs3"-" Out icry
KX0 AND NUL'AND STREETS.
The celebrated Extkrprise
Bkkh on draft and in bot
tles. . . ,
tS3T Don't Forgot tho Number.
S. I. SHAW, Prop.
Take an Outing
. JL SUNDAYS
TraiiiH will loavo at !):15 A. M.
nndl:-l5 i m., arriving in Hono
lulu at 8:11 nnd 5:5.') i. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
lit Class !M Claim
Pearl City $ 75 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Wftinimo 1 50 1 i!5
The R. & G. Summer Corset !
The R, & (r. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
The 3?. N, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Hiding Corset. ,
Ferris' Qood Sense Corset Waists !
Try thorn, you will like thorn.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages brsf for hoalth and comfort; tape fastened
buttons that will not pull oft"; cord edge buttou holes will not wear
out; ring buckle on hip to secure hoso supporters.
AST" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS''
520 Forfc Street.
Continued for One "Week in April
Our Grand Closing Out Sale !
Continued for One Week
SPECIAL White Dress Muslins at 15 yards for $1.00.
EXTRA SPECIAL Every person purchasing $3.00 or
over will be entitled to select, freo of charge, a Lady's Sailor
Hat, Gent's Straw Hat, Girl's Straw Hat or Boy's Straw Plat.
This offer holds good tho entire week.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Piano for $1.00
A Fine $350 Fischer Piano
By paying a singlo big silver dollar for tho privilege of guessing how
Will burn, now on exhibition in our (WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY)
largo show window. Call and oxamino the Piano. Evory lovor of music
will recognize tho suporior qualities of the "Fischor" Grand.
Every purchaser of Ono Dollar's worth of goods is entitled to a
guess. Wo nave adopted this moans of moro largoly advertising the
igh merits of tho Fischer Piano.
Tho contest will tako placo on tho
11th DAY OF JUNE
And will bo held under tho porsonal supervision of representatives
from tho Press of Honolulu.
Big Candle Guessing Coupon.
Height of Candlo 4 Foot. Contest Takon Flaco on Juno 11th.
Valued lit 8&S0.
J3T Tlio nearest
correct iicrb will
take tlio I'lano.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
HONOLULU, H. I. 1
X. Jl. lit uwciifatlciucM, the llano Kill
Jl tt nctmliil.
Tclci'IIOKE 53. jEfca AS" P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Stieot, near Oahu ltallwny & Lmul Co.'it Depot,
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
- iMi'OirnuiH and di:ai.i:us in
Doox'S, Snsh, Blinds, Paints, vQ.il
Builders' Hardware, Eta, Etc.
519 FORT STREET,
Fill In tills Coupon and present same to us per.
pormlly or by mall, accompanied b ono dollar, and In
return we Rlvo you tho cliolcu uf one dollar's worth of
ood from our largo and arled stock, and at tlio
same time we u 111 record your guess as follow s:
How -Long Will It Burn?
be ninninl to the Mttij tehrue autu uu A