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Tolephono 2Tfl. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manaeer.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW INVOICE
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Wo b?g to call epcci.il nttontion to tho
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OI which wecnriy.All Size in Stock.
For Family Use !
Juqt liecuivori, ox "C. 0. run:," a cargo of
Wellington, Depai'liui'B BbiJ, Coal
Which is offi-icd in quantities to suit,
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
UUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Tolphono No. 414.
At WAIKIK1 on car lino and on PA
LAMA HOAD near Fertilizing
Those Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terras.
Desirnblo Aero Tracts near tho city and
other Properties for Bale.
JBKUCK, WAKING & CO.,
Dealers in 1-otn and Lands,
WW Fort Street, near King.
Tew-rnoNu 007. P. O. Box C21.
To Let or Lease.
TlfE RESIDENCE OF MHS. A LONG,
ouo milo (rom postofllcc. Largo huiiBo with
turnituro. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchou. bath roouix,
hot and cold water, with pntout closets,
servant Iioubch, staliletf, hoi so paddock,
gardon and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st noxt PostofUco:
FRONT ROOM NEATLY FURNISHED
at No. 4 Emma fltrcot, ouo door above
Blood -Purifying Effect
Mr. Cliarlrs Strplirnson, n Wdll.fcnnwn
llnllwny Umployo at Knlniol, Now
Zealand, writes t
"About ten years ago, whllo en
gaged in shunting, my foot caught
between the rails, and my leg .was
fractured below tho kneo. It healed
in time, but 1 havo been troubled
over sinco with swollen volns, and
havo been obliged, at times, to wear
a bandage. About a year ago it bc
camo much worse, and I feared I
should bo obliged to give up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Ayer'fl Sarsaparilla. I did so, and
after taking four bottles tho swell
ing disappeared, and I havo not
been troubled with it since."
Cold Medal t at the World't Chlel Exaptltlont.
AYER'S PILLS for Biliousness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho llenublio ot Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
mom jan 1st to jdne 1st, 181)5.
G H Murnm & Co.'s extra
Pommery & Grono 11,798
Moet & Oliundon 9,(508
Hoiclsicck & Co,, (dry
Louis Roedurui 3.438
Porrier Jonet 8.28G
Erroy & Co 1,785
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnrcoius 834
Krug& Co 270
Chan. Floidiook 355
Total .". 81,859
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
8olo Agonts for G. IT. Murnm & Co.
for tbo EnvMiuiiD Islands,
Administrator's Woti ce.
Notice Is hereby given tliat the under
signed lias this ilny been niiimtntPil Adminis
trator of (be estate of William Carey Lane,
deceased, of Honolulu, hlatid ol Oaliti, Ha
waiian Hl.imU, and all creditors are hereby
nolllkd to present their claims, duly authen
ticated and with proper ouclierv, If any
exist, even If the clulm Is secured by mort
gage upon real estate, to mo at my oillce, In
Honolulu, (being tho oillce of A. 8. Hum
phreys, Attorucy-at-Law, lla Kaahiimumi
street) within blx months from the date of
this publication, or bu fnrever burred. And
all persons Indebted to the said Estate are
rLiUested to make Immediate pu) incut of
such Indebtedness to me.
.TORN C. I.ANE.
Administrator of the Estate of William
Litruy l.aue, ileeeused,
Uuted April Bth, lb'JO.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
nottsn jiinimnv coTi.tiixri.-i:
I'elltlnn 'of Cl.liirvo I'tilnlcliuin
AuHlliNt I.lcpnao Tax Nl'lllitc
l'lnl l.lldo tit ln.
Foiitv-Tiiiiii) Day, piul 13.
Thoro woro only two members
of tho Souato nbsout this morning
when President "Wilder called
thnt body to order.
A communication wns received
from tbo Houso Btnting that
Houso 13ill No. 10, amondiug tbo
law ou uambliuir. and Sonata Bill
naci piiHHCU tlio tliirtl reattiny.
Sonator Bron from tbo Ju
diciary ComniitteoTonortedn Hub
stituto bill for Senator Hockiug'B
act to amend the lasJ concerning
paton8, ltafljrrcd to tbo Print
Senator Wriplit introduced and
read bis bill relating to tbo im
portation of livo BtocE Under
BUBponsion of tbo rules tbo bill
was read tbo second time by title
and referral to tbo Judiciary Com
mittee for revision.
Houbo Bill No. 10, relating to
gambling, was read tbo first time,
and tbo second by titlo, and re
ferred to tbo Judiciary Commit
mitteo. At 10:20 the Senate adjourned.
Forty-Thiiid Day, April 13.
HOUSE OF KUI'ltEbENTATIVES.
In the IIouso tbiB morning Rep.
Ryoroft presented a petition from
rosidonts of Puna district asking
that tbp proposed government
road bo extended ''further into tbe
district, as otherwise it will bo of
Rop. Robertson preontcd a pe
tition from olovon Cbineso phyfli
cians protesting against the im
position of tho S50 license tax, for
tho following reasons: FirBt Be
cause it is a tax upon ono of tho li
beral professions, which havo al
ways boon oxornptfrom such ntax.
Second It is a tax upon labor, nnd
n8 such, uuwisoaud unjust. Third
It makos no distinction between
physicians with a largo practico
nnd those just beginning to prac
tico and who can ill afford to pay
such a feo. Fourth Tho 'peoplo
who patronizo Ohincso physiciniiB
aro mostly poor and coilsequeutly
unablo to pay but Binall- remuner
ation for sorvicus rontlored.
Houso Bill 17, rolati'iitr to libi
dinous solicitation, was takon up
on tho second readiug, with tha
roport nnd nmondinents of the
committee. Tho amondmouts
woro accepted and tho bill passed
tho second reading. Ordered
typewritten and nmdo tho special
order for Thursday.
The Judiciary Committee to
whom was reforred Sonata Bill,
No. 15; nn act to prov'do for tho
ro-codjficatiou and revision of tho
Civil Coc'o or Compiled Laws of
tho Ropablio, reported as follows:
"Should tho proposed nowPonal
Codo bo adopted in its presont
form, it would bo necessary to
codify tho civil laws, but wo do
not favor tbo recodification of our
laws at tho pro&ont juncture. Tho
presont Penal Codo is out of
print, as nlBO nro tho Session Laws
of 1881, 188(5 and 1888, and thoro
aro only fifteen copies of tho Eng
lish version of tho Compiled Laws
on hand in tho Interior oilico. On
this account and for tho further
reason that tho presont volume of
Compiled Laws contains a great
deal ot law thut having been ro
pealed is no longor in force,
wo boliovo that something should
bo dono. AVo do not think it
would bo wiso to mako any radical
changes in tho law just now, and
so favor a recompilation rather
than a recodification. Tho work
of recompiling, especially of tho
penal luws, should bo commenced
as soon as possible.
"Wo tliproforo recommend that
tho Soimto bill bo indefinitely
postponed and also that tho fol
low')'. i"in bo placed in tho Cur
rent ilfoipts Appropriation Bill:
Compiling and publishing tho
civil and ponal laws, $8000. Thoro
isno need of appointing n com
mission, as tho work can be dono
under tho supervision of tho Exe
cutive by snino porson employed
for the purpose."'
Houso Bill No. 9, relating to
widening and improving tho
Btreols of Honolulu, was takon up
on tho third reading and passed.
Senate Bill No. 22 and its sub
stitute, Houso Bill No. 20, rolut
ing to tbo jurisdiction of tho Cir
cuit Court Judges in controver
sies respecting privato ways and
water rights, woro taken up. On
motion tho Bubstituto wns first
Tbo substitute bill, which abol
ishes tho oilico of Commissioner
of Privato Ways and AVator Rights
and transfers the jurisdiction to
tho Circuit Courts, passed tbo sec
ond rending nnd was mauo the
special order for Thursday.
Rop. Rycroft risked for leave of
absence for eight-flays. Granted.
dtecess to 1:30 p. m.
i1 m i
TIr. llonils' moiluc.
Rov. Mr. Romig resumed bis
nightly meetings Sunday after
having rested tho latter part of
last week. Tho meetings now
continue each night until the Bail
ing of the Australia on Thursday,
when tho preacher Bails for tho
States. His discourse on "The
Stream of Christianity" last night
was ono of tho finest presentations
of tbo present status of tho religi
ous world with regard tov tho res
toration of tho primitive faith and
organization of tho church that
could bo made. Tho sermon to
night will bo on "Tho Faith."
Tho ordinance of baptism will bo
administered at tho closo of tho
Tho Travolor is thosnamo of an
illustrated family journal of travel
nnd recreation published at Sun
Francisco and Lo Angeles. Its
April issue is a Hawaiian num
ber. D. G. "Wnldron, tho lately
visiting ropresontativo of tho
paper, supplies an articlo on
"Picturosquo Hawaii," with many
illustrations. George Manson
writes on tho trip to tho volcano,
and thoro aro skotches with por
traits of President Dolo nnd
Charles T. "Wilder, CoubuI Gon
oral at San Francisco. F. God
frey is advertising and subscrip
tion agont for 'tho Travolor, which
is to bo obtained at tho bookstores.
At Emma Niiimrp.
Tho band will play at Emma
squnro tonight nt tho usual hour.
Tho following program will bo
March Tlio Thunderer Sousa
Overture William Tell Itosslul
Selection A Gaiety Olrl Jones
Three 8ot8 and Chorutes That Is Loe.
Ahl Wcla. Melo Lahul Hawaii.
Medley Musical Kevlow Illvlere
A ltemlnbceneu ol the Midwinter Fair
8chottlsche -Hones and Tumbos Herder
MariU-Company I) Minstrels licruer
It is found that tho Board of
Health has nioro virus on hand
than had boon thought. Thoro
woro twenty tips in stock, thirty
woro obtniucd from tho steamer
Gaelic, thirty from tho Hobron
Drug Co. and twenty from tho isl
and of Kauai. Altogether thoro
is onough to vaccinato between
800 and 1000 peoplo, and u calf
has boon inoculated to produco
Thoro nro many kinds of boor,
but after sampling the Scattlo
beer at tho Criterion you will for
sako all others and stick to tbo
best. Tho Criterion Saloon keeps
it. "Why ? Because it is tho best.
Tho only gonuino Dr. "Williams
Pink Pills for Palo People have
tho name in full on tho wrapper
and aho ou" tho glues boltlo. Do
not accept any othor, but insist
on tho gouuine. Hollister Drug
LATEST FOREIGN 'NEWS
CONCUltKE?T ltKSOLUTIONS IA8K
iiousi: of hi:iuesi:mtativkn.
Simlu SimiiN n I'lert to SoHlllark
I'Iiibiio nt Itutli Honjjlwiiic nuil
Till: CtJIIVN WAIt.
IlCHiiliitlinil'ivsiiuil til CuigriM-.Ni,it-hlntiVln-t
The roport of tho conferrees
on tho Cubau resolutions was
adopted in tlio IIouso of Repre
sentatives on tho Gth iiiBt. by a
voto of 214 to 27. Those who vot
ed no wero 18 Republicans nnd 9
Tho resolutions thus adopted
by tho two houses of Cougross
aro as follows:
Resolved, That, in tho opinion
of Congress, a condition of pub
lic war exists between tho Govern
ment of Spain and tho covoru-
l mont proclaimed and for somo
i? ... i , .
iimo maintained oy lorco ot arms
by tho peoplo of Cuba, and that
tho United States of America
should maintain a strict neutral
ity bctwoou tho contending powers,
according to each all tho rights of
bolligorouts in tho ports and ter
ritory of tho United Stntoa
, Resolved, Further, th tho
friondly offices of tho United
States should bo offered by tho
President to tho Spanish Govern
ment for tho recognition of tho
indopendonco of Cuba,
They tako tho form of concur
rent resolutions, thus not binding
tbo President to act upon them
savo at his discretion, aud tho
Senate resolutions stand in placo
of much nioro drastic ones just
passed by the House.
Tho resolutions woro to bo
brought to tho nttontion of the
President on tho 7th by tho secreta
ry of tho Senate, who would present
him with an enrolled copy of tho
dou'uiAent. Ordinarily concur
rent resolutions are not forwarded
to the President, as tlioy do not
requiro his signature, but those
resolutions aro laid beforo him, as
the Armenian resolutions woro,
becauso thoy express tho opinion
that ho should tondor tho offices
of tho United Statos to Spain for
tho recognition of Cuban inde
pendence, and are, therefore, a
direction to him in bo far as Con
gress can direct tho presidont in
such a proceeding.
A special from Madrid to tho
Now York "World Bays: Admiral
Sanchez Ocanu, commanding tho
great navy yard at Forrol, on tho
oxtromo northwest coast, roports
that ho has complotod preparations
for sending to soa a Spanish
squadron composed of four first
class bolted cruisers, two second
class armored cruisers, ono torpo
do dostroyor and soven fast torpo
do boats. Theso fourtoon vossols
carry in thoir crows nearly 0000
This float was to loavo Forrol on
Tuosdny for gun practico in Ari
zoa bay, aud cruiso nlong tbo
northwest coast of Spain, ready to
start for Havana just as soon as
tho Cabiuot considers circum
stances requiro it in tho "West
Tho Madrid papors plainly'say
tho movements of tho Hoot will do
pond upon thocourso of President
Cleveland after tho voto in Con
gross on tho bolligorcncy resolu
tions. Six transatlantic steamors
havo been turned into fast crui
sers. Thoy will bo ready for
service by tho ond of April.
Tim Xnvv Dnnnrttnnnt lias ro-
coived a roport'from Passed As
sistilnt Engineer "W. P. Arnold
that tho black plague has inado
its appetiranco in Hongkong, but
that ,tho fact is being concealed
for business rousouB.
King Milan ot Servia is coming
to tbo United Statoa in May to
find some untitled American girl
with plenty of niouey who would
bo willing to marry King Alex
ander, tho presont rulor of Sorviu.
Ex-Presidont Benjamin Harri
son and Mrs. Dimmick woro mar
ried in Now York on April 0..
Tho River nnd Harbor appro
priations bill passed tbo IIouso
after n lively debate of forty
G. R. B. Hayes, a prominent
lawyer of San Francisco, died
suddenly while shaving, nged 49
The impression is growing in
Paris that tbii iWiiirgeoiB Cabinet
is within innsuralilo distanco'of
its end. Its revolutionary ten
dencies and itrf diplomatic blund
ers havo mot with tho disapproval
ofliussia. Therefore Bourgeois
is in un extremely difficult posi
tion. It is reported a treaty has been
mndo between England aud Spain..
There has boon moro fightiug
A Caracas dispatch to tho Lon
don Times says a friondly Bottle
montoftho Venezuela boundary
question is considered cortaiu.
Tho Venezuelan authorities havo
seized tho British schooner New
Day, for alleged violation of cus
toms regulations." Mr. Turnbull of
Boston, who ropresonts tho syndi
cate that chartered tho vessel, de
nios tho chargo. Tho United
Statos Minister at Caracas has ad
vised tho roleao of tho vessel, but
the Minister of Financo refuses to
lot her go. Thoro will bo serious
complications if a British warship
goes up tho Orinoco.
A Yokohama dispatch of April
4 says tho black plague has brok
en out thoro.
Tho Noiiilnii War.
Considerable anxiety is fat in
Cairo in unofficial circles concern
ing tho fate of tho advance guard of
Egyptian troops operating against
tho Dorvishos. Tho telegraph lino
between Korosko and Murat "Wells
has again boon cut by tho Der
vishes, strong forcos of whom aro
roportcd at various points.
Another battalion has been Bont
to Suakird to ro-onforco the gar
rison. It is thought tho Dervish
es will attack tbo Egyptian en
trencbod positions. It is roport
cd that tlio Dorvishos havo now
abandoned tho nttack on Kassala,
withdrawing to tho Berber and
Tho telorrnnh linna nf Bnln.
wuyo have been restored and Cecil
.unoctes, as to wuoso Bafoty somo
unoasinesR lint! hnnn fnlt (olo
graphs from Salisbury that Gwolo
in uuie uuu una xuu rouu is now
Moro thnn nnn limnlrn1 tvliitna
havo boon killed by tho Mataboles.
At the Anchor.
"A littlo boor for tho stomach's
sako;" this is tho fin do eiecle in
terpretation of an expression
which has boon in uso for many
conturies. Acting upon tho sug
gestion, aud fooling that boor is
bqttor adapted to tho equable
climate of Hawnii, tho Anchor
Saloon management havo placed
an oxtra largo order for that
favorite bovorngo "Fredericksburg
boor," and by tho Australia today
rocoived a big consignment, fresh
and sparkling, nnd now on
draught at tho Anchor. Try a
glass or two daily during the
presont warm weather anil you
will find that tho effect is invigor
ating, healthful and by no means
inclined to add to tho number at
By the steamer Australia Jim
Dodd has rocoived a largo con
signment of bock boor, which will
bo sold on draught at tho Pan
theon. Two Bchooners of this
seasonable articlo for a quarter.
Tho finest bovorago for tho warm
weather in town.
City Uarriago Co.. J. S. And.
rado, manager. It you want a
hack with good.borso and care
ful drivor ring up Telophnuo 113,
corner of Fort and Merchant.
treotf. Buck at nil hours.