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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 1G, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
No nrrosta today.
Local matter on every page.
This is Company A.'b drill
Seo daily additions to A. V.
Gear's real estato column.
Members o the Y. M. 0. A.
orchestra oro requested to bo on
hand at 7:15 Bharp.
L. II. Woo has received fresh
hay, grain and feed BtufTs by tho
"Wilder at tho City Teed Store.
Tho officers of tho Morning
Star will roturn from Son Fran
cisco by tho uoxt trip of the Aus
tralia. There was a very pleasant social
cnthoring at tho residenco of
Thomas Smith on l'Ukoi streot
It has been docided to hold tho
regatta at V X Harbor on Satur
day, May "J, jind olsowhoro will bo
found tho program.
On the occasion of Evangelist
Bomig's farewell, tho ladies of tho
Christian Church presented him
with a purso of $76.
Thomas Lindsay should havo
arrived in Now York yostorday.
He writes that his friends in San
Francisco gave him a maguificont
Jas. F. Morgan will sell a val
uable property on King street, by
ordor of tho Circuit Court to J. A.
Magoon, guardian, on Saturday
next at 12 noon.
Kawaiahao Seminary will have
a benefit at Indopondonco Park
on Saturday evening tho 25th
inst. Mrs. Tumor will Bing, and
Prof. Borgor's baud will bo in at
tendance. In his farowoll remarks last
night Bov. J. A. L. Eomig oulo
gizod tho roprosoutativos of tho
daily press of tho t city, and ac
knowledged obligations to them
for generous courtesy oxtonded
him during his sories of religious
Thoro will bo a meeting of tho
Baso Ball Leaguo at 12 o'clock to
morrow, in tho ofiico of W. F.
Allen. Three now teamB aro in
sured to eutor tho league this Boa
eon, tho Stars, a team from tho
barracks, and a team gotten up by
W. Lucas and 33. L. Fiunoy. It
is also likely that Bobort Paahau's
alumni team will enter.
If tho gontloman (or lady) who
unwittingly took tho bicycle lamp
from tho Bulletin oflico bicycle
will roturn tho Bamo to 009 King
street, ho will rocoivo many, many
thanks and soveral tears of grati
tude,and no questions willbo asked;
that is, questions of a nature cal
culated to disturb his mental
balauco. Please, dear brother,
bring bock our bonnio (lamp) to
H. W. Schmidt & Sons are
rapidly gotting their stock in place
expecting to open their new and
handsome storo on King streot,
under tho Gazette Company's of
fices, about May first. A number
of very largo consignments of now
ana up-to-aato goous nave oeon
received and more aro coining.
Messrs. Schmidt & Sous arp much
pleased with their change in loca
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Males Heller Bread and Pasry than
Any Olhcr Known Brand.
Ask Yqitr Qiocer Fur II.
List or I'ftusciiEcrN Departing by Hie
Mr and Mrs Percy Du Croz, 0
A Davibon, F E Butlor, Mrs V
Bondsou, J J Fostor, Jos Camp
boll, wife and 4 children, Miss C
Maiopilo, Mrs Nalpy, Mrs L Y
Pratt, Mrs J T Gowos, Miss B
Cornwoll, Mrs J A Scott, Hon and
Mrs A S Willis, Albert Willis,
Mrs Abororombio, 0 S Dosky,
wifo and 2 children, Bov A L
Bomig, F F Barbour, Miss 0
Walker, Mrs Glover, Mrs Long,
Mr and Mis Ohas Booth, Miss
'Sharon, Miss Cunningham, Geo
LiAsoron and wifo, Miss MA
Galloghor, Olios Clarke, A F
Knudson, Mr C A Beers, Mr A
A Boors, 0 W Baldwin ond wifo,
POWoostor, CA Bico, Mm W
D Schmidt and child, Dr J B
V Pfntonhauoi' imil wife, T
Urnmlt, 1 V KoUull, MIhu M
AloMimlor, AUhh A 'A lludloy, Mrs
F Lowroy ami ! tihiltlroii.
Tronout, C A Stewart, Miss s V
Millor, Mrs A J Wollor and 5
ohildron, S Magnin, AH Foil, B
If I?h11. F A Wornar. 1 Fairoluld,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
THUHI'.NATi: HAS M IT l,i: ou NOTH
ING to no.
Interesting Quctttoiis nnd Aimwrrs
Como Up In the Home riio
Foiity-Sixth Day, Aimul IGtii.
Aftor the usual preliminaries a
communication was read from tho
Houso of Boprcsontatives stating
that Houso Bill 15, relating to tho
location of tho terms of tho Cir
cuit Court on tho island of Maui,
had been indefinitely postponed.
Also forwarding tho concurrent
resolution passed yestorday to tho
effect that no new bills bo intro
duced aftor April 25th except by
tho Cabinet or Legislative commit
tees. There being no furthor busi
ness Senator McCandless moved
to take up tho resolution. So
Senator Lyman thought tho
timo wrfs Jtoo short and moved to
insort April 30th in placo of April
25th. With this amondmont tho
Sonator Baldwin moved to re
consider tho vote on tho third
readingof Senato Bill 20, relating
to tho importation of livo stock.
So ordered. Tho bill was thon
roforred to tho Committeo on
Commerce and tho Senato ad
journed. Fouty-Sixth Day, AniiL 1G.
nOUSE OF ItEl'IlEbENTATIVES.
In tho Houso this morning tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs
answered tho questions of Bop.
Hanuna as to whether tho gov
ernment pays tho Hawaiian band
now in tho United Statos or
whether any of its morabors havo
taken tho oath of allegiance with
tho word "No" to each.
A communication was road from
tho Sonoto that that body had con
curred in tho Houso amendments
totho bill relating to Chinese im
migration, also that tho Senate
had passed Houso Bill 10 con-
corning gambling and Sonoto
Bill 25, regulating tho erection
of buildings within tho firo limits.
Houso Bill 17, to provide a pun
ishment for libidinous solicita
tions and procuring, was taken up
on tho ordor of tho day and pass
ed tho third reading by tho una
nimous voto of the twolvo mem
Houso Bill No. 20 rolatiug to
Commissioners of Private Ways
and Water Bights was next in or
der on third reading, and passed
by tho some voto.
Sonoto Bill No. 25, relating to
tho erection of buildings within
the iiro limits, was road tho first
time by titlo and roforred to the
Bop. BichardB from tho Print
ing Committeo, under suspension
of tho rules, reported printed cop
ies of House Bill 22, an act to
amend aud consolidate tho law re
lating to pounds, estrays, brands
and marks. Tho bill requires all
owners of swine or goats to keep
thorn confined. Tho bill was read
and reforrod to tho Judiciary
Bop. Kaeo asked tho Attornoy
General why his department has
discriminated against tho Portu
guese and in flavor of "Tricks"
Nelson in requiring bail from tho
former and not from tho latter,
and why tho casos preferred by
Portugueso against tho polico
officers had been nolle pros'd.
Tho Attornoy Gonoral said ho
could auBwor tho questions on tho
spot. Thoro hod boon no dis
crimination, as tho cases and
charges woro entirely different.
Tho original cases woro still be
fore tho Court and would bo vory
fully invostigntocl. In tho, mean
time it was not dosiroblo to hamp
er the record at this timo with a
lot of now coses which would havo
to bo dotormined ou tho ovidonco
of tho main caso. If that showed
tho ollicors to bo in, wrong tho
means would bo tukou to punish
Bop. Kaoo asked if it was not
a fact that Nolson was allowed to
go on his own recognizance
Tho Attoruoy Gouoral caid ho
really couldn't say of his own
Bop. Jloborlson said ho wns
glad tho mutter hod beau brought
up. llo know that it was tho cus
tom of Hut Attornoy Uoiiurul and
tlio Mai-Hlml'u ollluu to tuko tho
Highest of nil in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Eoport.
word and stotomont of the polico
ollicors for gospel truth against
that of loputoblo citizons. Ho
stated that instances of tho over
bearing rowdyism and ruffianism
of tho polico woro becoming too
frequent, ond instanced tho occur
rence nt tlio cirutiH recently in
which two reputable young men
woro arrested, and dotailecf a ro-
cont ono which como under his
observation while a drunken man
was arrested, in which tho officer
struck tho man uulor tho car
just as ho was going in tho sta'ion
houso. All of these things went
to show that tho polico can do
anything they plooso and that it
is tho most difficult thing in tho
world to got tho Attornoy General
to sanction tho prosecution of a
Tho Attornoy-Gouoral asked if
Mr. Boborlson had mado a com
plaint against tho policoman.
Mr. Bobertson said it was no
uso for him to do so. Throo or
four officers saw tho occurrenco
and their testimony would bo
taken in proferonce to his.
Tho Attornoy-Goneral said ho
would request Mr. Bobortson to
give him tho particulars oftor ad
journmont aud he would invosti-
gate tho matter furthor.
Boplying to tho questions pro
pounded by Bop. Winston con
corning Frank Godfrey's caso tho
Attornoy-Goneral said tho occur
rence was at ouco investigated by
himsolf and tho Marshal, both of
whom interviewed Frank Godfroy
tho day aftor and endeavored to
obtain somo information from
him. Ho appeared to bo unwill
ing to give up any. Said ho hod
his idoas ou tho matter and would
tell somo timo. Said the men who
did the job woro not far
from tho Attornoy-Gonoral's office.
Told Godfrey whenovor ho found,
out any thing tocommunicato with
mm, but uoutroy had uovor been
near him sinco. Tho Government
had never obtained any informa
tion which would justify tho issu
ing of warrants against nuy per
sons in connection with the af
fair. Tho govornmont had mode
every effott to find out tho porpe
trators of tho outrage and woro
doing so. With regard to tho
"buried alivo" postors some Boom
ed to think that Godfroy was their
author, but tho govornmont had
beou unable to ascertain anything
definite on the matter. No reward
had boon olforod in either case, as
the govornmont did not think it
Bop. Kaeo submitted tho fol
lowing questions for tho Minister
of Foreign Affairs:
1 Has thoro boon any corres
pondence botweoii tho American
Minister Bosidont, A. S. Willis,
and the Department of Foreign
Affairs of tho Bopublic of Hawaii,
on matters pertaining to any
claim for damages by Mr. Frank
Godfroy against tho Bopublio of
2 Has thoro boon any corres
pondonco between tho department
and Secretary of State of tho Unit
REAL ESTATE !
QUEEN HOTEL and COTTAGE
Situated on Nuuanu Avouuo.
Tho Hotol has twenty well-lighted
and well vontilated rooms.
Tho Dining Boom is spacious
and airy, nnd tho Kitchen is fur
nished with a rango and a spo
EAGLE HOUSE and COTTAGE
A promisos well adaptod for a
hotol or first-class boarding
houso. In good condition.
"MOUNTAIN VIEW," Nuuanu
Volloy. A beautiful and dosir
oblo location; within access of
town, nnd yot possessing all of
tho qualities of a mountain homo,
A mountain Htrnum llowHthrougJi
tho property, and a wind null
furnishoH clear nnd sparkling
tt&" For fuithor pnrtioulnrH,
Henry Watr house,
ed States of Amorica regarding
anv such claim ?
Houso Bill 23 relating to lega
cies and bequests was taken up ou
tho second reading.
A long argument aroso over
Boj). Bobortson's amondmont to
strike out churches, roligious and
benevolent societies from tho
operation of tho legacy tax, and
ou a tio voto tho ainondmeut was
lost, Speaker Naouo voting against
it aud Bep. Bond not voting.
Bop Bobertson thon moved to
indefinitely po-Hpono Section 1.
In support of tho motion ho said
tho wholo aim of the prcsont le
gislature seemed to bo to undo that
of tho session of 1802. Tho cry
was mado for moro rovouuo and
yet by its every movo tho Houso
seemed to bo trying to decrease
mat nircoay ooiaineu, oy enacting
obnoxious license bills and so
Bop. Bond thought tho pro
posed section wob o movo in ad
vance. Tho motion -was lost and tho
section passed as amended.
. . ROADSTER
1800, Twonty-Two Pounds.
!'di You Buy
Buy ono with a Boputa
tion ono that won't break
down when you'ro ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to "fads;" they aro
not substantial. Tho
STKl'.Titxa has been on tho
market five years. Tho
Stj:ulinci costs 110. If
you waut to know raoro
nbont it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed freo to
any address, and you will
Terms: 10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 a wool: or a liboral discount
Walt, Nichols Co
water. Several acres of land, a
houso, two cottages, a barn nnd
sorvants' quartora aro included
in tho offer.
12 AOBESof BICE ond TABO
LAND Situated on tho Bail
road botwoou Poarl City and
tho Peninsula. Two houses and
a windmill aio on the promises.
PENINS lT LAB PBOrEBTY
Beach lots at low prices and
Lots with houses, lots without
houses, housos without lots.
P13AUL CITY LOTS Any olov.
ation, dosiroblo nnd olioup, Now
is tho timo to got a country homo
at a reasonable price.
apply at tho Olllm of
THE e. & G. CORSETS
TAKE THE LEAD -J
The R. & G, Summer Corset I
The R. & G-. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizos now on hand.
Tlie P. 1ST, Short: Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Hiding Corsot.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waists !
Try thom, you will like thorn.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages best for health and comfort; tape fastened
buttons that will not pull oil'; cord edgo buttoii holes will not wear
out; ring buckle on hip to socuro hoso suppoiters.
J8" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 lorfc Street.
WITH EVEBY S3.00 PUBOHASED.
HST" "Wo want money and in order to got it offer tho
lorgest stock of DBESS GOODS over brought
to Honolulu ot uuhoard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summor Goods in endless va
riety. Desirablo stylos in oxclusivo patterns.
Como in and look nt our stock. . . . "tfcftl
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
Telephone 53. ja B P. O. Box 222.
Oalui Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oabu Railway & Laud Co.'s Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMPOltTEItS AND DEALEU8 IN
Doors, Sasli, Blinds, Tqints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Who? Why, that feed
tnnn down on Fort street
just below Queen street.
tEis name is
Ho is now on tho Coast
buying a fresh stock of
Feed that will arrive for
tho now firraton tho
Warrimoo, .April 7
Call and get acquainted
with him and at the sanio
timo placo your orders
for best quality of Hay
and Feed in the markot.
51 Fort Street,
To Shippers $ Passengers
Per S. fc3. Australia.
Tho S. S. "AUSTRALIA "
Will bo Dispiilolioil from this
Port for Sun Priuicinco
Thursday, 16th instant,
At I o'oloolc j', M.
9TA7t Utmwttl Aniit Uwwnlu tf H. d.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOlt TUB ABOVE TOUT ON
Tliur.sduy, April lttlh,
AT 4 O'CLOCK p.m.
Tho unclcrnlRiied aro now prcpnreil to
iHsno Through Tickets from thla City to all
points in the United Htales.
ffil'ot further particulars regarding
Freight or Tnasngo, apply to
Wm. G.IRWIN & Co., L'd,
277-4t General Agents.
Take an Outing i
Trains will leuvo at 9:15 a. m,
unci 1MB P. M.t arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 nnd 5:5!) p. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clatt !M CU
Poarl Oity $ 76
Hwa Plantation..." 1 00
Wuiuimo 1 B0
DAVID K. HAKI3U,
Nuuiuiii Ynlluy, iiliovo tho Miuisoluum,
All miUrx whniiMiiiiit mnl faithful nt.
tmitlim. No mint liwro foi tWlimiiiK
I1uwi to nuy puit u( llm ulty, M,
Muiiuuilw (Iimdm tiinl Unriiutiufu y i
&1I). ' VfM'l!