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EVENING BULLETIN, APEIL 30, lfiflfi.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Stoamor edition. Mail a copy o
it by tho Monowai.
0. S. Bradford has loft tho em
ploy of tho Hawaiian Gazotto
There aro twenty Japaneso and
Hawaiian children in tho Freo
Kindergarten at Hilo.
T.J. King and W. B. Ensign
were among tho passengers by tho
steamer Kuuai this morning.
Up to 2 p. m. tho Monowai had
not beon sighted. Sho will
probably bo along before night.
Hilo pooplo aro thinking of
forming a Jookoy Club and lay
ing out a raco courBo on tho now
Tho postponed concert of tho
Kamohamoha school boys will
positively take plaeo on Saturday
evening rain or shine.
Secretary Clay calls for tho
presentation of all outstanding
claims against tho Sonato boforo
Monday, May'-lth, at 10 a. in.
Another installment of Editor
r Logan's interesting correspon
dence on tho Volcano and othor
mattors appears on tho first pago.
J. 0. Quinn gives notice that
during his absouco from tho isl
ands Manuel Bois will act for
him under full power of attorney.
Chun Ho played cho fa and got
Eulled for it this morning. Kam
co for violating soction 287 of
tho Civil Code, was also .incarcer
ated. Tho Hilo Tribuno says that
letters aro boing recoived asking
about tho banana product of that
locality. Very fino fruit is grown
This is a splendid number of
tho Bulletin to mail to your
friends abroad. It contains tho
only authentic account of tho
presence appcaranco of tho "Vol
cano. J. 0. Quinn, tho popular hack
drivor, loaves on tho Monowai for
a trip to Guatemala. Mr. Quinn
oxpocts to spend six weeks or two
months there, and thou return to
Tho regular monthly mooting
of tho Board of Supervisors of the
ProeKindorgartou and Children's
Aid Association will bo hold in
w Queen Emma Hall at 9:30 a. in.,
The band will play at the May
day festival of tho Free Kin
dergarten Schools at Queen Emma
hall tomorrow at 10 a. m. Paronts
and friends are cordially invited
to bo present.
Curtis J. Lyons' prediction of
last night's high -wind, which ap
peared in yesterday's paper, was
more than verified. Ho informs
the Bulletin that tho total rain
fall of tho storm was 2.G0 inches,
as measured by his gauge at Pu
nahou. Tho Misses llico will open thoir
now store at 513 Fort street
(Gertz's old shoo store,) tomorrow
whoro thoy are today arranging a
largo and handsome stock of
Ohinoleum, tho now 'wall and
Prico andt. Bums' Hawaiian
circus returned from Kauai this
morning. Mr. Burns reports a
Tory successful tour and every
body well. Prico isoxpootod back
on May 4th, bringing with him
" many now attractions.
Tho Hilo Portuguoso Sugar
Mill Company, a very successful
co-operative concern, will plant
COO acros to cano this year and
have requested of tho Commis
sioner of Crown Lands, O. P. Iau
koa, tho right to clear 300 acres of
Auctioneer Luco will soil at
auction at tho late rosidonco of "W.
Jamos Smith, docoasod, tho on tiro
household furniture and oil'octs,
consisting of parlor, kitchon and
bodroom furniture, library, gold
watch buggy, harness, otc, to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock
Auctioneer Morgan willcommonco
tho salo at auction of a number of
invoices of lino goods, consisting
of ladies' untrhnmed lints, milh
nory, ribbons, hosiery and uudor
woar, imported by M. Poulam.
Tho salo takes placo at tho storo
noxt to the Goldon Halo Bazaar
on Fort stroot, where tho goods
aro now on viow.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
(' J(ir8 Rclier Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Jlmnd.
Ak Your (liocer l'ur U,
I.KUINLATimi: IN ST.SSION.
Continued from let Page.
Under a BUBponsion of rules
Bop. Hauuua offered a bill, being
an act amouding the civil code;
bill was read by titlo, passed first
reading and was referred to tho
Senate Bill No. 28, amending
tho patent laws was read by sec
tions and passed its second read
ing. Motion adopted to rend tho
bill for tho third time on Satur
Under a suspension of tho rules
Rep. llobortson submitted an act
amending Section 08, Chapter 57,
laws of 1892, relative to appeals in
criminal oases. Bill passed first
House Bill 27, amending Sec
tion 15 of Chapter 1G of tho Penal
Code camo up. Tho amendment
is as follows:
Section 1. Larceny is of two
degrees. Larcony of property
of tho valuo of more than one
hundred dollars is in the first
degice, and shall bo punished
by imprisonment at hard labor
not more than ten yoars.
All othor larcony is in tho sec
ond dngroo and shall bo punished
by imprisonment at hard labor
not more then two years, or by
fine not exceeding ono thousand
Section 2. Section 17 of Chap
tor 1G of tho Ponal Codo as
amended, is hereby repealed.
Bop. Hanuna thought tho pen
alty altogether too high, and pro
posed an amendment roducing
tho samo. Attorney General Smith
explained tho right of appeal and
that tho act as it stoodsimplifiod tho
law materially while it gavo a
judge no additional powers.
Bill passed its second reading.
Tho House adjourned.
ITEMS l'llOM HILO.
Clipped from tho I.ntent Number of
All tho coffee of over ono year's
planting is in bloom in Puna and
Mr. Irving Schoen is now clork
in tho Hilo Hotel under tho new
management of Mr. J. E. Wilson.
Miss Kato Field started for a
trip around tho island on Thurs
day last. Sho expects to complete
tho circuit and reach Hilo again
in about a month.
Tho new Honomu band tender
ed Consul Canovarro a compli
mentary concert on Friday of last
weok. Tho diplomat was so well
pleased with tho musicians that
ho promised to help them securo
It is understood that tho pro
posed opposition to tho Inter-Island
lino has collapsed, however, to
tho advantngo of Kona and Kau,
tho threat to put on tho now boat
having brought about a lowering
of freight rates and other advan
tages of a material nature to tho
The Klluiirn Volcnno.
Colonel Little and Prof. Max
well wore at tho Volcano House
on Sunday and Monday and spent
tho timo exploring tho crater of
Kilauoa. Great rumbling sounds
wore heard as of peals of ap
proaching thunder, tho earth kept
trembling, and hissing, and sput
tering sounds, aB of escaping
steam or gas, wore heard on every
hand. Hilo Tribuno.
Tho Bulletin is under obliga
tions to Capt. Scott, dotectivo
Hammer and a number of thona
tivo policemen, who wore station
ed at tho quarantine station a fow
days ago, for a delightful concert
received by tolophono. Jack Mc
Veigh, King of Mauliola, was
loader of the orchestra, and n,
number of Hawaiian airs woro
rondorod, accompanied by a guitar,
banjo and policemen's clubs in
lieu of bones.
ALL OUTSTANDING BILLS AOAINST
tho Senate must be presented by 10 a.m.,
MO a DAY, May I. 180(1.
J. F. CLAY,
267-3t Clerk Seiiito.
THE NEW. ...
Tho MUhCK Itlco w ill ojou thoir now
nit fitoio for the bale of thU beautiful itml
novol riccunUlvo wmc
Tomorrow, May 1st,
(513 Fort Htrcot (Gel U'h old storo). aU'WIl
Higho8t of all in Leavoning Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Boport.
simply U3ed as bail, won't bring
pormanont business. "Wo want
permanent business. "Wo aro get
mg it too. Tho regular overy
day dealings, whoro wo savo our
patrons monoy on every purchaso,
is tolling in our favor.
It isn't our policy to advertiso
prices and after a while put them
back whoro thoy woro originally.
"When wo cut prices, we never put
tho prico back. Our business
methods aro fair, squaro and abovo
board. "Wo do just as wo say we
will. "We livo up to everything
Barry's Tricoptoiis 25c, olil price
Fig Syrup 35,, ol4 price 50c,
CamclliDC 25c, old price 50c
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral 75c, old
Thoso aro a fow of tho liberal
E rices wo accord our friends. "Wo
avo not onough room to enumer
ate them all hero. You will get
HOBp mpfl Co,
Tho threatened case of small
pox at Quarantine Island was
enough to stir people up to the
point where tho necessity for
proper sanitary arrangement
and disinfectants is realized.
Death finds a convenient
lurking place in tho sinks and
closets around tho houso. Old
fashioned closets are continual
ly out of order and Electrozone
is tho most reliable disinfect
ant known and has tho quick
est effect. Wo sell it in quart
bottles with full directions for
Tho best way to get at
troubles caused by non-sanitary
plumbing is to procure a
water closet of a make known
to be good. The J. L. Mott
Co. are makers of tho best in
tho world and we carry a full
stock. Wo havo elegant enam
el lined bath rubs, with Hat or
roll tops, from 50 to $75.
Kitchen sinks, stationary wash
stands and water closets.
If you aro thinking of build
ing let us havo a chance to
figure on these articles.
Von Holt Building.
ALL l'EHSON8 HAVING CLAIMS
against W. 11. McLeon nre hereby tcciuchU
ckI to ircnoiit sumo within one weoU from
ditto to tho nnriorxlgneil, ut tho lnter-Islimd
Ktoam Navigation Coinpnny'H offlco, on
Qncon stieot. JAMES L. McLEAN.
Honolulu, April 27, 1803. 280-lw
NOTICE IS IIEUEIIY GIVEN THAT
durintf iuv nbKonco from tho Hawaiian
IhIiuhIh, Manuel IttU will net tor mo under
full H)wer of utturncy.
!KKMt J. 0. QUINN.
. . ROADSTER
1SOO, Twenty-Two Pounds.
When You Buy a
Buy ono with a Reputa
tion ono that won't break
down whon you'ro ton
miles from home. Don't
lean to "fads;" thoy aro
not substantial. Tho
Sterling has been on tho
market fivo years. Tho
Sterling costs $110. If
you want to know moro
about it, send for our Art
Catalogue, mailed freo to
any address, and you will
'BVILT LIKE A WATCH
Terms: S10.00 down, balanco
$2.50 a weok or a liboral discount
Wall, Nichols Co
The Armless Wonder,
Born Without Arms.
This Littlo Tortuguoso Lady EAT8,
WRITES, SEWS, aud performs many
other feata entirely with her toes.
Exhibitions daily .commencing on TUES
DAY AFTERNOON, April 28tli. Open
from 10 to 12 n. m., 2 to 5 p. in., and 7 to
0 p. m.
420 utinnn Street, abovo Hotel.
Admission, 25c, Children, IQo.
tolxuoyour lawn mowern and gar
dou hoiio put in order, its 1 anticipate tak
ing a vacation by tho Monowai duo on or
about tho thirtieth hint.
Your orders by telephonn will bo promptly
attended to. Telcphono S32.
1ST. IT. BURGESS
To Let or Lease.
THE UESIDENOE OF MRS. A, LONO,
ono lutlo Iron) pOiUufllec. Largo houso w 1th
(nmlturo, Four bod mourn, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchon. hath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent oloHOts,
servant houses, btulilw, hoi bo paddock,
gardon and trees, A charming location.
Apply tn .1 ALFRED MAOOON,
t( Merchant st next I'lHtofllcoi
THE R. k G. CORSETS
B3P TAKE THE LEAD -SS
The R, & G. Summer Corset I
The R. L G. Nursing Corset!
A Full Lino of Sizes now on hand.
The 3?, 1ST, Short Corset!
Tho Only Comfortablo Riding Corset.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waists !
Try thom, you will like thom.
Ferris' Good Sense Children's Corset Waists!
Perfect fit for all ages bout for health and comfort; tapo fastened
buttons that will not pull ofl ; cord edgo button holes will not wear
out; ring bucklo on'hip to secure' hoso supporters.
EST" A full lino can bo found at
N. S. SACHS'
: 520 Fort Street.
-!- F3TRAW HATS!
WITH EVERY $3.00 PURCHASED.
E Wo want monoy and iii ordor to got it offer tho
largest stock of DRESS GOODS over brought
to Honolulu at unheard of low prices. A now
lot of Spring and Summor Goods in endless va
rioty. Desirablo stylos in oxclusivo patterns.
Como in and look at our stock. . . . ltt
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
TO THE AGRICULTURAL DEPARTMENT.
The : Secretary : Disk : Plow.
AanicuLTUiUL Collloe, Miss., Jan. 29, 1896.
Dn. O. W. Dabney, Washington, D. 0.
Dear Sin: Yours of recent date in regard to the "Secretory" plow has
been on my desk some days, hut I delayed sending a roply in order
that I might send bo mo photos which go with this.
Deoro fc Company sentono of tho plows, tho first ono which was com
pleted, to this station, and wo gavo it a vory thorough tost in Docom
borlast. Tho ground on which it was used was a field which had
novor boon plowod moro than six inches deop, and which had boon in
rod clover for throo years, With throo good mulos we woro ablo to
plow ten inches deop without making the work too hard for tho team,
and by working slowly a part of tho ground was plowod to a dopth of
luurtoon innhos. Tho plow cortainly does hotter work than X have
ovor seon dono with any other implomont. S. M. Thacy, Director.
Mr. Tracy, in a letter to Deere & Company, says:
I havo novor soon ground loft in as good condition aftor tho plowing,
tho furrows boing thrown so as to pulvorizo tho soil moro thoroughly
thnn can bo dono by an ordinury plow, and all trash and weeds woro
oomplotoly turned under.
"SQ? On exhibition at tho Offico of the
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Telephone 53. jh
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Street, near Oahu Railway & Laud Co. 'a Depot.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors mi Builders.
IJtrORTEltS AND DEALER8 IN
Doors, Sasli, 331inds, Taints, Oil,
Builders' Hardwnro, Etc., Etc.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m,
and 1:15 p. M., arriving in Hono
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 P. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
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Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
ITtT Cirry tlio LargcNt Atortinont in
thohe linen ot nuy Lornto ou the Inluncln. Ko
Jut lteccircd ft consignment of
Yosc & Sons.ScliUlcr&Smilli and Barnes
t3 Hpcclnl attention culled to tho lftdt
named to thosu w ho want n cood l'iano at
n moilerutu iirlee. We t.ull rinuob ou tha
Wo .lliiiiiiliitliiro Ittililier hluuiin, t
U Maml or dc in Kolleltnl. (live iw a
trlid'iuid we ncurnntce mttUfuctlou.