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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 23, 189G.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
13niul concort nt Thomas squaro
Thoro will be no mooting o tbo
Y. II. I. this ovoning.
Cnptniu Paul Smith's company
will hnvo drill tonight.
Tho Y. M. C. A. orohostrn will
hnvo regular rohenrsnl this ovon
ing. Tho concert nt Mnkoo Island
last night took a lot of pcoplo to
Professor Ingnlls will heronftor
otlicinto ns orgnnist of tho Contrnl
David Dayton, administrator of
tho ostato of James Donnolly,pub
lishes tho usual notice.
An unusually lnrgo numbor of
cnttlo is impoundod and threaten
ed with snlo on May 9.
A numbor of deserters from tho
Dirigo and other vessols nro post
ed at tho police station.
It is said tho reflection from tho
eruption nt Mokunweoweo can bo
soon from Diamond Head.
Tho Hnwaiinn Society, Sons of
Veterans, will nssist tho Grand
Army in Decoration day exorcises.
Govornor John E. Jones of
Novndn died in San Francisco on
April 10. Ho was n native- of
Wales and in his CGth yoar.
Arrangements will bo perfected
nt tho meeting of tho Jockey Club
next Monday ovoning for tho 11th
of Juno races nt Knpiolnui park.
Poet Laureato Austin is said to
bo so much annoyed nt tho
criticisms passed upon his official
vorso that ho contomplntos resign
ing. Tho young King oi Spain ro
contly described nn island to his
geography teacher ns "a body of
land nlmost outirely occupied by
In tho District Court this
morning Otn, n Jnpanoso, forfeit
ed $10 bail for non-appearanco.
Ho was charged with creating n
Notico is given that hereafter
no vessel will bo allowed to land
more than seven hundred steorago
- passengers at any one time in any
port of this ropublic.
Tho San Francisco grand jury
has discovered that deposits and
securities valued at 108,000,000
have been listed for SG.000,000
only on tho Assessor's tax rolls.
Tho examination of Portugueso
rioters took up tho whole of tho
morning sossiun. Officer Espinda
was rocalldd for further testimony
and nt noon Lieutenant Needham
was still on tho stand.
In tho Chinese bribory cases of
Yeo Chin, Kat Poo and Loo Chit
Sam, Judgo do la Vorgno render
ed n decision yesterday afternoon
finding tho dofendnnts gnilty ns
charged. They woro fined 8500
Beforo Judgo Cnrter today n
motion to dismiss the petition
against A. S. Humphreys for con
tempt of court was argued and
tnkon under consideration. Thurs
ton for tho motion, and Kinney
Tho Christian Church Sunday
school, which started less than two
yenrs ago with but ono pupil, now
has ninety-eight. Tho sociotv
also maintains n mission Sunday
school on Smith street, nud u
Tho Hawaiian Mission Child
ren's Society will meet tomorrow
(Friday) ovoning, with Judgo and
Mrs. do la Vorgno, at tho re
sidence of 0. M. Cooke. Tho sub
joct of discussion will bo tho fu
ture of the organization.
A dispatch to tho Chroniclo
from Ukiah repoits that n young
girl at that placo is nillictod with
Foprooy in nn ndvnnced otago. Hor
family is named Grimm and wont
to California from Honolulu four
yoars ago, when tho girl was six
or eight years old.
Mrs. Ganzol wns tho fortunato
winnor of tho piano which Mr.
Khit so kindly gavo as a nrizo to
the lucky one of his huudrods of
miHtomors. Tho iiibtrumuut is a
lino ouo and Mr. Korr'H liberality
will bo rumomboit'd for a long
time. Evory ono of tho contest
iintrt oxpnirtriod oiitiro satisfaction
with tho uiothod adopted by tho
Pill mil) SNOW VLOUli
Maici Iktttr Urtttd and Pantry limn
Any Qllar Known llrawl,
.J$ 1W tlrmr Put
MCGINI.ATimK IN SESSION.
Continued from 1st Potje.
oially benefit the laboring classes
during theso hard timos. There
fore, although favoring tho Ha
waiian investors, no terms should
bo made which will bo solely be
neficial to them."
On motion both reports wero
laid on tho table tobo considored
with tho bills, which woro mado
tho special order for Monday.
Senator Kico introduced his act
relating to fisheries which was
Houso I3ill No. 22, relating to
estrays, wns rend the first time.
Houso Bill No. 0, rolntiug to
Honolulu streots, with tho report
of the Comniittoo, was deferred
for the typewriting of tho report.
Sonator Homer asked for leave
of nbsenco for tho rest of tho weok.
FirTY-FinsT Day, AritiL 23.
HOUSE OF RErKESENTATIVES.
Bop. Bond presented n roport
of committee, signed by himself
nnd Bop. "Winston, recommending
tho passage of tho Houso bill ro
lativo to legacies, oxompting from
taxation tho persons nnd schools
Bep. Bond presonted o roport
of tho education committee on tho
petition from Hilo, praying that
no Hnwaiinn or half-whito teach
ers bo displaced to make room for
toachors from abroad. Tho com
mittee had learned from tho
Board of Education that no such
policy wis being followed. Some
Hawaiian toachors, however, had
failed to como forward to under
go tho proscribed examination for
certificates, and somo who had
como forward failed to pass. Tho
committee recommended that tho
potitiou bo laid on the table, and
their roport was adopted.
Bop. Bobertson presonted and
read a petition from It. "W. Irwin,
Hnwniinn Ohnrgo d' Affaires nt
Tokio, Jnpan, by his nttorney,
Paul Neumann, praying to bo re
imbursed 5 n head for 1292 la
bor immigrants ho had recruited
nnd forwnrdod in 1893. Tho peti
tioner sots forth thnt during 1893
ho was tho acting agont of tho
Hawaiian Board of Immigration.
That on tho 5th of August he r
ceived a dispatch through G. O.
Nakayama, Inspector of Japanese
Immigration for tho Hawaiian
Government, ordering him to re
cruit 1292 immigrants. That ho
immedintely begnn to recruit In
borers, nrranged for tho chartor of
a steamship to carry thorn to Ho
nolulu, and continued recruiting
until tho 15th of August, when
he received a cablegram from tho
President of tho Hawaiian Board
of Immigration, instructing him
that it ho could not send tho
immigrants undor tho samo con
ditions as tho previous lot ho
should not send them at all. Thnt
in April, 1893, ho had notified Urn
Hawaiian authorities that, owing
to cortniu conditions imposed in
Jnpan, tho recruiting would cost
S45 a head, but by his exertions
ho had.obtainod a reduction to
S37.50; That after notico of this
reduction had been given tho
Hawaiian planters placed ordors
for the said 1292 immigrants.
That n second dispatch wns re
ceived, ton days after, from tho
Hawaiian Ministor of tho Interior
stating that, unless tho 1292 peo
ple woro sent on tho samo terms
ns tho previous lot, they woro not
to bo forwarded. That, however,
as ho " had incurred considera
ble expense in recruiting the peo
ple beforo receiving tho dispatch
on August 15, ho forwarded tho
immigrants anyway. Ho thoro
foro prayed that ho bo paid tho
difference between tho former
tortus and thoso on which he had
recruited tho immigrants, being
$5 a head us stited.
Ministor Smith, arriving in the
midst of n discussion on n motion
to rofer tho petition to tho judi
ciary committeo, expressed tho
opinion that tho claim seemed
to bo barrod by tho btntuto that
roquiral clnims against tho Gov
ernment to l)e presonted within
two years. Ho suggested that it
bo referred to tho Ministor
of Foreign Affairs, so as
to give tho tlovuriiinont an oppor
tunity of presenting itssido of tho
case, Whou that was done tho
wliolti nmllur might bo rufurrud to
Hop. ItobnitHon inovml that tho
petition bo infon-ml to tlm Min.
iKtnr of I'Wnlgn Allah's, (Juniml.
NiiiiMttir (Joiipor iiilriHiiiuml Iii
priiiiilwHJ hill In niiiuml AiIIoIbDU
of tlm uuimlltullun, leaning to
Bighost of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Itoport.
tho titles of laws. Ho said it was
intended to provent tho liability
of important laws being adjudged
void for slight defects in title.
Beforrcd to judiciary committeo.
Third reading of bill relating to
tho legacy tax, recommended to
pass by committee.
Bop. Bobortson moved thnt tho
ayes and noes bo called on tho
passngo of tho bill on third read
ing. Carried nnd tho bill passed
A communication to tho sponker
from John Eua wns rend, thank
ing tho Houso for re-electing him
to tho Council of State.
Adjourned at 11:15.
NOTES OP BOTH HOUSES.
By count, Bep. Bond says, thoro
woro 578 signatures to tho peti
tion in favor of Sunday target
shooting, and -173 to tho petition
against. Among tho former woro
many Portuguese, and among tho
lnttor woro n lnrgo numbor of
business men nnd prdporty
Sonator McCandless is going
to ronow his wido tires bill that
failed nt tho specinl session, nnd
with improved light on tho sub
ject n majority in both houses is
assured for it.
Bop. "Winston's income tnx bill
is receiving many ovidoncos of
fnvor from members of both
chnmbors. It will probnbly if
passed bo tho most effectivo re
venue measure of tho session.
Tho liconse bill will bo worried to
death in tho House, that is cer
tain. Tho Hawaiian Hnrdwnro Com-
! pany's storo was thronged with
visitors today to seo tho wonderful
J Now Process blue flamo coal oil
stove in oporation. Mr. Hondry
acted as chef do cuisino and turn
ed out broad, roast mutton, boiled
potatoes and fried lUh until fur
ther orders. Thoro was no odor
of coal oil perceptible in tho oper
Three Jnpanoso woro brought
into tao police station tins morn
ing in a sorry state. Thoy woro
drunk and had boon fighting until
thoy wore covered with blood nnd
had littlo clothes loft on their bod
ies Thoy nro qooling off undor
Jailor Evans' ministrations.
The purest nnd most jerfoct faco
powdor that science and skill can
produce. Mukesthoskinsoft and
bonutiful, removing all shiny ap
pearance. It is invisible on closest inspec
tion. Absolutely hurmloss. It
will be the face powder used by
Indies of refiuomont for tho next
TaKo no substitute Insist on
getting tho gonuino. Bamona
Powdor, as no other will prove
half as good.
HOBip wp do,
lEoxt Street. - - - - rrol. -VV
BOAKD1NG, -:- SALK -: AND -:- UVISKY.
MARISMiWS -:-- AND :-- SAID Db ID
-Wl: IIAVH THE-
FWBST DRIVING HORSES
TIhI1 uiolliBlliniuhw) In hiiIiiwU Mt v nn. UirWul drtv.r, ruioslful
fttliUlUDfaii HfttflPll!9 llwk, Ktirttoi Ihitliw, llHWtlw.rimUJHi, VitwmU.
flV i"ii niMhir t
. . ROADSTER
1SOO, Twonty-Two l'oundH,
When You Buy a
Buy ono with n Boputn
tion ono thnt won't break
down when you'ro ton
miles from home. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy nro
not substnntinl. Tho
Sterling has boon on the
market five years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Cataloguo, mailed froo to
any address, and you will
"BV1LT LIKE A WATCH"
Terms: $10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 n weok or n liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
Ayr 22, ISnC, Imy cow branded in Chi
iiaso character on left hind eg, horns
Hhorteuod, long whito stripp on forehead.
Anr 22, 1800. I bar cow, branded (It) on
left bind lop, white 'orohoad.
Apr 22, 1800. 1 spotted bullock, branded
(II) on right hind leg.
Apr 22, 1800 1 unbranded dark-bar bul
Apr 22, 1800, 1 bay cow.Jbrondod (ES) on
light hind leg.
Apr 22, I80, 1 b.iy cow, brauded in Chi
nemi ohnrncter oil kit hind log
Apr 22, 180t, 1 calico cow, branded in
Chinese charnctor on right hind leg.
, Apr 22, 1800, 1 boy cow, branded (ES) on
right hind leg.
Apr 22, 1800, 1 unbranded hoifer.
All pcroiiH owning thu above-mentioned
nulnmlsaru hereby notified to present their
claim within the time pecllU-d by law, fall
ing which, tliey will be sold at public auction
nt the tJormuuunt pound nt MukllM, on Sat
urday the Hth day of Muy, ISOfl, nt 12
A LADY'S CLOAK IN GOOD CON
dilion. Owuor can lmo it on proving pro
perly and puyi g for thin noli o. Apply
Iiullcti.v Urrice. 205-t(
THE t &
J- TAKE THE LEAD -J
The R, & 6, Summer Corset I
The R, & G-. Nursing Corset!
A .Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
The P N, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortnble Hiding Corsot.
iFerris' Good Sense Corset Waists !
Try thorn, you will liko thorn.
Perris' Good Sense Children's Corset Waists!
Porfect fit for nil nyes best for lienlth nnd comfort; tnpo fastened
buttons thnt will not pull oil; cord edgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to socuro hoso supporters.
HST" A full lino enn bo found nt
N. S. SACHS'
520 IPorfc Street.
Ladles', Gontlcmon'rf and Children's
-i- STRAW HATS!
WITH EVERY $3.0QyPUROHASED.
BST" "Wo wnnt money nnd in order to got it offer tho
lnrgest stock of DRESS GOODS over brought
to Honolulu nt unheard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring nnd Summer Goods in cndloss vn
rioty. Dcsirnblo stylos in exclusive patterns.
Como in nud look nt our stock. . . .
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
Telephone 53. BSaT P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King StruetTlrtur' OSBtr Hniln'ny & Laud Co.'u Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMl0IlTEn8 AND DEALEItS IN
Doors, Sash, I31mds, DPaints, Oil,
Builders' Hardwaro, Etc., Etc.
A thorough canvass of tho
glass markets of tho United
States was necessary beforo
tho stock wo offer you could
bo gathered together and only
such an outlet as Dimond's
could justify sucli a collection
of glassware. Tho benefit is
yours in lessened prices on
wanted dependable, wanted
goods; tho benefit is ours
through increased business
such selling makes for us.
No such spring distribution
has como before.
Many of tho articles are
duplicates of thoso wo had
when tho storo opened; a Rose
bowl at 20 cents was an in
novation to Honolulu, wo
didn't expect it would be, and
the stock was not half big
enough. Now wo con supply
Hoso Bowls are not tho only
articles; wo'vo jugs of nil sorts;
sulud howls, butter dishes; ber
ry dishes sugar bowls and
Cheapness in price and
ulcgnnco in quality disting
uish them from thu sort sold
in ntlutr shops. Thoy nro im
itations of thu dusigus in
highuiil prico cut gluss.
Tic Hawaiian News Co,L'd
Murchunt Stroet, I Ionolutu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
lT Curry tho Largest Atbortmeut in
thoso lineH of nuy Iiouho on the Inlands. No
Just Hcccived a consignment of
Vose & Sons, Schiller & Smith and Barnes
1ST Special attention onllod to tho last
named to thoso who want a good Piano at
n moderato trico. Wo noli l'inuos on the
We Plnuufncturo Itubbor Nlimpi,
r&. Island orders solicited. Giro nn a
triul and wo gcaranteo satisfaction.
Take an Outing
. J1JL SUNDAYS
Trains will lnvvc at 9:15 a. m.
n ml 1:15 r M., nnivii in Hono
lulu nt 3:11 nnd o:5T l jr.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
Ut Club 'Jd Clait
l'onrl City 4 Vfi $ CO
Ewa lMnutiilion... 1 00 7f
Wniiiniii) 1 fiO 1 U5
lihiK (,, lt, l'orl nud 1aU,
Uuuiniulor ; mill : liutltliir.
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