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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 27, 1890.
7 , "'A'
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A Masonic gold watch clinrm
Iiiib boon lost.
Senators Hocking aud Baldwin
returned on the Olaudino.
Senator Homer was the only
absentee in the Sennto today.
Veterinary surgeon Schneider
has returned from a professional
visit to Maui.
A. V. Gear adds two moro
numbers to his real estate column
in today's issuo.
Tho Bishop of Panopolis return
ed from a pastoral visit to Maui
by tho Olaudino yesterday.
James L. McLean calls fortlio
presentation of all claims against
W. II. McLean within ouo week.
John Cassidy has rosignod his
position as suporintondenl of tho
Government Eloctric Light sys
tom. Tho annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian Jockey Club takps plaeo
this evening at 7:110 at tho Paci
Tho Ilobron Drug Company
has something to say about cut
rates in this issuo. Bead tho list
in another column.
Groat activity continues to pro
vail in Portsmouth dockyard,
England, whoro upward of 1000
men are working ovortime.
An advertisement calls attention
to tho fact that tho Countess
AVachmoister is expected to arrivo
on tho Monowai and lecture hore,
Hon. AV. O. "Wilder has recov
ered from his rocont indisposition
and was ablo to take up his duties
as president of tho Sonato today.
At 3:10 p. iii. Charles Potorson
telephones from Diamond Head
that an immeiiBO column of smoke
is visible in tho direction of tho
Moonlight trips to and around
Diamond Head, and tho summit of
Punchbowl are now the rage.
From eithor point glimpses may
bo obtained of the tires on Mauua
Auctioneer Morgan will sell at
his salesroom on Qtieon street on
"Wednesday, April 20th at 10 a.m.
the ontiro stock in trade of M.
Poulaiu, who is rotiring from
business. Tho stock comprises a
stock of millinory, Iiosiory, under
wear and dress goods.
On Friday, May 1st, auctioneer
Luce will sell at auction at tho
rosidonco of tho late AV. James
Smith, on Boretania street, all the
hoiiRehold furniture, library and
effects of tho deceased, by order
of tho administrator. Particulars
in another column.
The news from Mauna Loa, re
lative to the eruption of the summit
crater, is both conflicting and
meagre. Several' people claim
that the fires on top have sub
sided and that there has been a
groat cave hi and outbreak, about
a mile below tho top of tho
mouutain, on the Kau sido. How
own, there is no evidence to corro
borate this theory nnd it may bo
In tho opinion of tho very old
est sottlers at Hilo, and through
out Kau and Puna, the chauces
of H lava ilow are uinoty-nine in a
hundred. The fires are very
octivo and sparks, llamo and steam
spout forth constantly from tho
A column of firo, in appearance
many hundreds of feet high, was
Bhooting up from tho volcano on
Saturday morning, before day
light. By tho Btoaruor Hall, or at
tho latest, by tho roturning Kinau
much news of iutorost may bo
Dl.trlcl i'oiirt I tenia.
Five plain drunks paid $2 fine
and $1 costs in tho police court
this morning. Oases of L. Kea
weamahi w, adultery; Matsunaui,
Japanoso, vagrancy; eleven Chi
nese charged witli playing cho fa;
Bovon Ohiuamon for conducting
the game aud two Chinese for
maintaining tho bunk were con
tinued. Tho case of N J. Broslin charg
ed with larceny wasnolloprossed;
that of Henry Kopuolu, same
offense, wont ovor to tomonow
and Nahale, it unlive ft iolating
Section 4, Chapter 157, Penal
Code, got !10 days and .'33 costs.
In tho caso of tho Portuguese
rioters, Forroira was dismissed
wliilo each of tho others received
n hundred dollars fine.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Ikllcr Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Jlrand.
Ak Yuur Grocer Fur ll.
M.UIM.AIUllr. IN MISSION.
Continued from 1st I'ayc
ated $750,000 for public improve
ments. Tho bill relating to estrays
passed the third reading and tho
Soiiato took a recess to 1:80 p. in.
Fifty-Thim) Day, Armi. 27.
J HOUSE or IIEI'IIESKNTATIVIX
J There wore twelve roproaentn-
tives present when tho House met
this morning promptly at ton
J o'clock. A himlsouio bouquet
1 graced tho Speaker's desk and tho
members generally looked as if
i "that tired feeling," of Friday last,
had passed away.
ino opoauor received a com-
! mu mention from tho Judiciary
Department, boiug tho concluding
pages of tho Chief Justice's bion
' nial report as follows: Tho Chief
Justice states that as a roason for
delaying tho issuance of theso
I pages which formerly iucorporat-
ed all of tho expenditures and ro
j coipts of tho dopartmont for two
years, the now net relating to this
matter substituted a now period
ending January 1st instead of
March 21. Tho exhibit contained
o roport of rccoipts and expondi-
i turos for twonty-ono mouths, ond-
1 ing Jauuary 1, 181)0.
Committeo on publio lands ro-
I commended passing of HouboBUI
. Committeo appointed to act on
I a petition from Ohineso residonts
relative to certain pieces of laud,
while thoy favored granting tho
request, bolioved that, inasmuch
as action in tho caso necessitated
the pnBsngo of nn act to cover its
points, petition bo laid on the
tiblo until Buch act might bo
Petitions asking that increaso
of appropriation for roads in Ila
makua, Hawaii, bo raisod from
S12o0 to $5000 aud from North
Kohala, Hawaii, asking for a
$3000 appropriation for a road in
certain portions of that district.
Committee on public lands ro
eommended granting sai'l peti
tions. .Report accepted and mo
tion to lay petitions on table to bo
acted upon with tho bill, passed.
A petition from residonts of Ku
la, Maui, relativo to roads was so
indefinite that tho committee re
commended handing tho petition
over to tho Minister of tho Inter-
. lor for investigation; passed.
! Bills relating to Chapter 33 of
the penal code, or an oct thoroto
i wero submitted. No unfinished
Judiciary committee proposed
i an amendment to tho senate bill
I relating to soctioiiB 1330 and 1331
and rccommonding tho repeal of I
said soctions. Committeo believ- I
ed thut pection 1330 had no bear
ing on tho caso (division nnd for
feiture of proporty in case of
divorce for adultery) and recom-
I monded repeal of section 1331
I on ly.
I BUI nppropiiating $10,000 for ox-
, po sPHofLcgiBlatitropassedsecoud
reading. Motio.i thnt bill !
be read tho third time tomorrow
was dofented and motion to refer
to finance committeo passed by a
majority of one, tho spcakor
A communication from some
citizen asking if the government
was aware that certnin nntives of
Hawaii woro living in tho grave
yards of Honolulu and sleeping
on tho graves, was road. Houso
Bill 21, amending Section 7 of tho
Act entitled An act to promoto
foncingj'was discussed for ovor half
an hour. Under tho amendment tho
government can compol any por-
son owning land adjoining gov
ernment laud to bear half tho
cost of fencing, but tho privato
owner cannot compel tho govern
ment nor lessees of government
nroporty to pay for any fencing
ho may see fit to do. Attornoy
Gonornl Smith interpreted tho
law now bearing on tho point.
Attorney Genoral Smith replied
to tho following questions from
Q. 1. Is the bonrd of health
aware that people aro flying from
time to time without medical at
tendance? Answer: Tho liomd
is u ware Unit Mich is tho caso. (,).
2. What measures, if any, uio
being taken to ameliorate the trou
ble? Physicians aro appointed in
the various districts of tho diU'oionl
Islands who aro govornmout phy
siciaus, nnd reports indicate that
moro peoplo aro availing them
selves of tho advantago than ovor
Mr. Smith recommends that a
post mortom examination or coro
ner's inquest be held upon tho
Highest uf nil in Leavoning Pow
body of any person dying with
out plivsieinu'd nttondanoo during
That provision be mado for
adequate burial grounds nndnfter
such provision all persons should
bo interred in such places.
The following is tho committeo
appointed by the Speaker of tho
Houso to report on the tax bills.
Bops. Bycroft, Haia, Kaeo,
"Winston and Bobortson.
Houso adjourned to 1:30.
The Itoynl Annox peoplo aro
still adding improvements to thoir
saloon. This timo they aro erect
ing neat hitching posls in front.
Tho program for tho Katnoha
moha concert tomorrow evening
appears in anothor column.
Concert at Emma squaro this
simply usod as bait, won't bring
pormanont business. "Wo want
pormunont business. Wo aro got
mg it too. Tho regular nvery
day dealings, whoro wo save our
patrons money on every purchase,
is telling in our favor.
It isn't our policy to advertise
prices and after a wliilo put thorn
back where thoy woro originally.
"When wo cut prices, wo never put
tho prico back. Our businoss
methods nro fair, squaro and abovo
board. We do just as wo say wo
will. AVo livo up to everything
Barry's Tr icoptons 25c, old price
Fig Syrap 35., ol' price 50c,
Camcllirc 25c, old price 50c
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 75c-, old
Theso aro a fow of tho liberal
prices wo accord our friends. Wo
havo not enough room to enumer
ate them all hero. You will get
HOBpi DI(Uj !0,
The Arm ess Wonder,
Born Without A rms.
This Littlo PortngnoBo Lmljr ETS,
WIUTtS, SliWS, nuit purfonus many
other fimU entire y will; her toes.
ExblbitloiiH (laily.coiometiciuB on TUES
DAY AKmtNOUN, April 28th. Opon
Jrout 10 to 12 a. ni., 2 to C p. tii., and 7 to
0 p. m.
1-0 Juiuunu hlrcct, nlo Hotel.
Admission, 25c. Children, IQo.
TO THB AGBIOTJLTUKAL DjifAETMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk : Plow.
AomcoLTOiiAL CoLLcan, Miss., Jan. 29, 189G.
Du. O. W. Daiiney, Washington, D. 0.
Deah Sin: Yomsof ncent ditto in regit rd totho"Secn titry" plow hns
boon on my desk Bonn dnys, but I cloliiydj8iMi(liii a reply in order
that 1 mifilit son l nemo phntF winch o with tins.
D-oro it O.iiiipiiny m-nto o of tho plows, the Iir4 ono which was com
p'otfd, to tui-. station and wegivoita very th innigli test in Dncein
liorlnst The giound on which it was iisfdiis n field uh'ch hud
novel boo'i plmnl moiu than six uiohea dee , ... d whioh li.nl been in
i--d c vcr i r ti.rvi. yeurs, Willi
plow Un inches lop withn it untkint; the woix to li ud fir the tniim,
and by wmking slmvly it pirt of the ground ua plowed to it depth of
f-iirtiHU ninrioH. Tho ilr certainly does bottt-r work than I have
I'vers-cnuivi' witti fiy other linpleiiiout. S. M. Tiuoy, Director.
Mr. Tracy, in a letter to Deere A; Company, says:
1 havo never seen ground loft in us good condition after the plowing,
the furrows being tluown so as to pulvorizo the soil moro thoroughly
th..il can bo done by n.i oulinury plow, aud all tiituh and weeds woio
complotHly turned under
$C" On oxhtbitiou nt tin- Oflioo of tho
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
- r. Latest tT.S. Gov't Koport.
lrtOU. Twenty-Two PoundH.
When You Buy
Buy ouo with a Reputa
tion one that won't break
down when you'ro ton
miles from homo. Don't
lean to " fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Steulino has been on tho
market five yearB. Tho
Steklinci costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed frco to
any address, and you will
'BV1LT LIKE A WATCH
Terms: $10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 a wool: or a liberal discount
Wall, Nichols Co
T'lE ANNUAL MECTINO OF THE IIA
wnlian Jookey Club will bo hold next Mon
ti y evening, April 07 t 7.30 oviocknt
tho I'acino Club.
Full uttemliiuue is desired.
8. G. WILDER,
285-4 1 riesretnry.
A LADY'S CLOAK IN GOOD CON
ilition. Owner can lmo it on proviiiR pro.
portyiiiul pnyiiK for thi uotiio. Apply
lSui.urn.v Ofkick. 2U5-t(
thro, coa t-.-aiis wc were able to '
vf 1 fJa
33-TAKE TUB LEAD -S3
The R. & G. Summer Corset 1
The R, & Gr. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
The 3?. 1ST, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Hiding Corset.
ITerris' G oocl Sense Corset Waists !
Try thorn, you will like thorn.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset "Waists!
1'orfect fit for oil ages best for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull oil'; cord odgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on hip to securo hose supporters.
B" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
520 TPorb Street.
Ladies', Gontlemon'n and Children's
-i- ISTRRW HATS J
WITH EVERY S3.00 PURCHASED.
Wo want mouoy and in order to got it offer tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS ovor brought
to Honolulu at unheard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summor Goods in endless va
rioty. Dcsirablo stylos in exclusive patterns.
Como in nnd look nt our stock. . . . ""(SU
TEMPLE OF FASHION, 519 FORT STREET.
Tklei'Iione 53. h C" P. O. Rox 222.
Oahu Lumber d Building Co.,
King Street, near Onhu Railway & Land Co. 'a Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMPOItTEltS AND DEA.LKIIS IN
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oil,
Builders' Hardware, Etc., Etc.
Tho tlireateuod case of sum! I
pox nt Quarantine Island was
enough to stir people up to tho
point whoro tho necessity for
proper sanitaiy arrangement
and disinfectants is realized.
Death finds a convenient
lurking place in tho sinks und
closets around the house. Old
fashioned closets aro continual
ly out of order and Electrozone
is the most reliable disinfect
ant known and has the quick
est effect. Wo sell it in quart
bottles with full directions for
The best way to got at
troubles caused by non-sanitary
plumbing is to procure a
water closet of a mako known
to be good Tho J. L. Mott
Co. ar makers of tho best in
tho world and wo carry a full
stock. Wo have elegant enam
el lined bath rubs, with Hat or
roll t .ps. from 50 to $75.
Kitchen sink's, bluLmiiury wash
stands and water olosots.
If you aro thinking of build
ing let us havo u chanco to i
figure on theso articles.
Yon Holt Building.
The I lawaiian News Co, L'd
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
VZT O rry tho LargpHt AsBoitinpnt in
those IinoH of uny houuo on tho iH'uuds. Ko
Just lteceivcil n coniiigniuunt of
Vose ft Sons,SGbiilGr&Smitti ?nfl Barnes
78" Special attontion called to the Ukt
niunoct to thoso who wnnt n pood I'iano at
n moderate price. Wo noli Vinuos on tlie
Wo niiuurncture Itulihrr Munipi.
C. iHlnud orders solicited. Oito ns a
trial and wo ganrnnteo tuttlnfactloii.
Take an Outing
SATURDAYS . . .
TraiiiB will leavo at I) Ifl A. m.
ml 1:15 i. m., arrivinR Ilono
nln nt !l:ll and 5:C5 v. m
HOUND TRIP TIC .TS:
Ut ClUb. Jd Clan
l'-iirl Oltv '- $ GO
Kw. riniitation... 1 ()l 75
W .ixiuio 1 5. 1 L'5
King st,, 1U. l'ort nnd Ahil.ca.
Conlntotor : and : luiildor.
MO.NU.MI5.STa AMI TOMKSTOSKS,
t3rriiiw,t Clrndo llLUU HI ONI, from
Punnuuti Qnntrlw. -7S-tf
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