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Vol. 1. No. 293.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday at
C09 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
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Telophono 2G0. P. O. Box 89.
8. L. FINNEY, Manager.
NO. 10, FORT SI.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
business of tho No. 10 Fort Stroet
Store from tlio ostato o tho late
J. T. "Watorhouso, I will continud
the same business undor my own
Thanking the patrons for thoir
pntroungo during the twonty-fivo
years of my management of tho
business, I ask for a continuance
of tho same liberal patronage.
A full line of Dry Goods and
v Fancy Goods will bo kept con
stantly on hand at lowest prices.
I HAVE JCST r.KTMVr.1)
!Ex Xi'mgard "
An nsKortiiicnt of
' Victoria Lawns, Doyleys, Cool
ing Cloths and
Linen Tabic Damask and Lin
en Napkins, Linen and Turk
ish Towols, Curtain Loops,
Silk Beltings, etc., etc.
E. W. JORDAN.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW INVOICE
P. D. Corsets
We beg to call special uttontion to the
P. D. LINEN
Of which wo carry All Sizes in Btock.
Tho ntiderHigncd, having been duly ap
pointed mluiiniHtrator of the Estate of
JAMES DONNELLY, lute of Honolulu,
Island of Onhu, deceived. Notice is heioby
given to all cmlitoi'H of the doceabod to
present their clainiH, whathcr Beourod by
mortgage or othurwiso, duly authonticated
und with proper vouohejs,'if any exist, to
tho underaigiiod within six mouths from
the dato hereof, or they will bo forover
barred, aud all persons iudebted to tho
Hald deceased uro requested to make imme
diate pnymont to tho underaiguod at his
ofllco, No 42 Merchant street, Honolulu.
Administrator of the Estate of James
Honololu, April 23, 1800. 2S."-8t
lAyrt;iin i'tiiiiMttrilt- - J- ' y''-;- -
Itlr. Chnrle Stephenson, n welMfcnown
ltnllway JCmployo nt Kalnjrfil, Jiev
ZeAland, writes t
".About ten years ago, wliilo en
gaged in shunting, my foot caught
between tho rails, and my leg was
f raoturcd bolow tho knee. It healed
In time, but 1 havo been troubled
over since with swollen veins, and
have been obliged, nt times, to wenr
a bandage. About a year ago It bc
camo much worse, and I feared I
should bo obliged to givo up my
work. A friend advised mo to try
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I did so, and
after taking four bottles tho swell
ing disappeared, and I have not
been troubled with it since."
Gold Mtdals at tha World's Chief EnRpsltlom.
AYER'S PILLS for Biliousness
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agonts for tho Republic of Ilawnii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
?ROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G H Alum in & Co. a extra
Pommory & Greno 11,798
Moot & Ohnudon 9,608
Heidsieok & Co., (dry
Louis Itoederor 3,438
Perrier Jouot 3.286
We. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marconux 834
Krug& Co 270
Ohas. Heidsieok 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agent for G. H. Munmi fc Co.
for the Hawaiian Islands.
is oxpectod to arrive on
Sho will probably give
SEVERAL INTERESTING LECTURES,
It" Tho program and timo of
which will bo duly advertised in
this paper. 289-4t
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
Till: SENATE I'ASMFS ONE nii.L
AND ADJOURNN TO T10M.IY.
Tlio Home of ltepreictitntlTe Hold
a Short Scln nnd Trnimnct
Very lilttk lliinluoi.
Fifty-SeventsDay, May 1.
,. -After., the usual preliminaries
m tho Sonato this morning, Min
ister King roported that tho Pres
ident had signed tho bill con
cerning libidinous solicitation
and tho appropriation bill for
salaries and pay rolls.
Senator McCaudless reported
printed copies of Acts 35 and 37
and tho tabular statements pro-
pared by Minister Dninon on
taxation, nationality of taxpayors,
Souator Holsloin read his bill
to amend Soctioiis 527 and 530 of
tho Compiled Laws and regulato
tho number and location of tho
ports of entry in tho various isl
ands, lloforred to tho Printing
Senator Holstoin from tho
Special Committee on Public
Buildings and "Works gave notice
of his intention to introduco n bill
appropriating $2000 for tho con
tinuation of tho dreding work at
tho mouth of Nuuanu stream.
Senate Bill No. 24, relating to
Bpecial elections whoro there is
only ono candidate, was referred
back to tho Judiciary Committee.
Sonato Bill No. 31, lolntiug to
joint-stock companies, camo up on
tho order of tho day on third
reading and passed unanimously.
Sonato Bill No. 35, providing
for tho permanent settlement of
Kapiolani Park, was road by title
tho second timo and referred to
tho Committeo on Public Lnnds, J
HountoBM .No. 37, giving tho
Government authority to sot
apart a portion of land in this dis
trict, not oxceeding two acres, for
tho uso of a Ohincso hospital,
passed the second reading.
Senator Lyman from tho Com
mitteo on Public Lands to whom
was referred n petition asking
for an appropriation for a road
from Kenuhou beach, Hawaii, to
Kainnliu, reported in favor
of referring tho petition to
tho Houso as that body
had the Appropriation Bill
from Current Expenses under
consideration. Tho report was
On motion of Senator Baldwin
tho Senate adjourned until Mon
day. Fifty-Seventh Day, May 1.
HOUSE OP uefhesentatives.
Ministers Damon, King, Coop
er and Smith enmo in during tho
reading of tho minutes. Tho
Minister of tho Interior presented
a communication from tho Presi
dent notifying tho Houso thnt ho
had signed House Bill No. 17, ro
lative to soliciting nnd procuring
and Appropriation Bill No. 1.
Minister Cooper gave notice of
his intention to submit a bill
creating n now department of tho
oxocutivo to bo known as tho De
partment of Public Instruction.
Tho House received notico from
tho Sonato of tho passago of House
Bill No. 9 relating to tho widening
of certain streets in Honolulu.
Miuistcr Damon stated that ho
was prepared to answer tho ques
tions propounded yesterday by
Tho second reading of IIoubo
Bill No. 12, tho license bill, wns
made tho special order of tho day
for Monday noxt.
Senate Bill No. 28 relating to
patents, wns road for tho third
timo aud passed.
Houso BUI 20 repealing section
133 of tho civil codo was taken up,
read for tho second timo by titlo
and on motion of Hep. Kainnuoha
House Bill No. SO.tho now foot
binding bill, camo up next, but on
account of small number of mem
bers present, discussion was post
poned and tho Houso ndjourned
TUt'TllU'OF TIIK CIKCUH.
Will Soon Hive Annllirr Ncnauii In Till
Tho circus is back from Kauai
and from alraccounts they had a
very successful trip on tho Garden
Island. At Wuimen they very
gonorously gave a performance
for the benefit of tho public hall
of that place, realizing a handsomo
sum for thut institution. Thoro
was more or less of a rago for con
test(S80, niter tho regular show on
that ovbnfrfgv April 22ud, thoro
was a piej eating contest in which
a number of people took part.
Contestants wore blindfolded and
thoir harids .tied behind thoir
backs. Afterblindfolding thorn
tho pies wdro moved slightly and,
as a consequence, When tho word
to commenci?"1 eating was giving,
thero was bumping of heads,
etc., oachwndividual making a
blind Bearoii for his pie and gen
erally biting tho table instead.
Poi-oatin'g and jumping contests
wore nlso provided for tho audi
ences at several points.
Charley "Williams, who nppoare
to be a very versatile youth of
moro than ordinary pluck, hart
porfoctcd himself in siuglo and
doublo trapeze, rings nnd clown
work. All the'othor members nro
in good trim nnd will soon giyo
another performanco in Honolulu.
OV TIIK ZtlONOWAI.
ShfoTTiit u finVjjiTViiiiioer of through
i ' J
Tho Union Steamship Monowni,
Captain. Carey, arrived from Syd
ney 'this morning at 10 o'clock
with 124 through passongors in
Thoso for this port wero Coun
tess Wachtmoistor, Mr. J. F. Leg
ler, Mr. B. Kent, Mr. A. S. Doar
iug, Mr, Loliovro, Mr.iand Mrs.
OhtiB. Crozior, Mr. W. ' TTCald
woll, Mr. L. J. Levey, wife and
0 children, Mr. "Wni. Fisher.
Purser Beudall kindly furnishes
tho following itinorary of tho voy
age: Tho S. S. Monowni, 2136 toiiB,
from Sydney 13th of April via
Auckland 18th nnd Apia 23d, nr
rived in tho harbor at 10 a. m. to
day. Sho loft Sydney on tho 13th
of April at 4:45 p. ra. and arrived
at Auckland on tho 17th nt mid
night. Left next day at 2:15 p. m.
and reached Samoa on tho 22d at
11:30 p. m., made a Btay of 10
hours nnd arrived as nbovo.
Tho school is loth to givo up
tho "open-air" idea. Wind and
weather permitting a roof will bo
disponsod with and tho audienco
bo protected in somo nnoiont
"common law rights" light nnd
A platform has already been
erected nnd boxes will bo duly sot
apart and decorated. Tho work
of wiring tho grounds for a sprink
ling of electric lights among tho
trees is in progrers and nothing
buta largo ana "Jupiter pluvial
if" is likely to mar tlio plans.
It is not gonornlly understood
by tho public that ono of tho
largest audionco rooms of tho
town is on the Manual grounds,
tho Gymnnsium. It is not because
it is not big onough that wo havo
decided to go thoro only in tho
event of rain. Tho boys nro keon
nftor scenic effect, but will waivo
star-lit glamour for sholtoring
root should tlio occasion nriso.
Tho concert will certainly take
plnco this timo.
. Thoro aro boxos loft: AVo will
not say "a fow" thoro aro moro
than wo desire for privato uses.
Mr. Lyman has tho needed in
formation. Three armoured steamors will
bo sent up tho Nilo in Juno to
Forkeh, midway botweon tho sec
ond and third cataracts.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
JlECi:iVEI itv Tin; mo.iowai iiv
WAY OF AUCKLAND.
Foreign Union to April IHtli-Tlic Situ
Hilon Orltlcnl In Month AXrlcu
. Tlio Noudnn Cnnipnlcu.
By tho arrival of tho Monowni
we havo foreign news by way of
Auckland to April 18th, of which
tho most important is given bolow:
Dispatches from Capotown say
tho rebels aro using tho Matabolo
domestics in Buluwayo bb spies.
Ono wns discovered and Bhot.
Three forts nro now garrisoned,
and a body of ono hundred men
hold tho Manynni Pass. Czonga,
Lobongula's nephew, was killed
in tho recent fight.
At a mooting hold at Buluwayo
on April 15th it was officially
Btatod that 1000 men were on tho
march from Mafeking, and wore
briuging provisions sufficient to
last 300 porsonB for four months.
Tho Emperor of Germany ar
rived in Vienna on April 15th and
Prince Ferdinand had started
from Sofia on a visit to St. Peters
burg. Advices from'Ottawn. dntivl tlm
lGth, say that after another stone-
wan sitting, lasting oiguty Hours,
tho Government withdrew tho
Manitoba Schools Bill. Parlia
ment is to bo dissolved, and tho
general elections will take placo
m Juno. JJoth partios nro confi
dent. Sir Mnjckonzio Bowoll states
that Gvp.ii if Great Britain favour
eel an" Imperial Zollveroin tho
colonies would not approve of it
Mr. Ohnmberlain's roforenco to
increased trade was a happy
Tlio French authorities havo
decided to reinforce nil French
frontior posts in Africa, fearing
tho spread of Dervishes' fanati
cism. At tho request of tho Sultan,
tho French government hns for
bidden tho organ of tho Young
Turkey party to bo published or
circulated in Franco. Thoro is a
public outcry nt this action.
Tho P. and 0. Company's now
stenmor India has boon launched
Tho Czar's coronation will cost
a million and a-half pounds ster
ling. Sir Hercules Bobinson wired to
Loudon on April 15th, that tho
wholo country around Buluwayo
is in tho hands of tho rebels, and
thata largo forco will bo required
to dislodge them.
There aro 250 men in Buluwayo
ablo to co-oporato with tho Mate
A Sydney dispatch of tho 16th,
says: Nowb from Noumea states
that a French warship has left
thoro on Burvoy work in Now
Hebrides waters. This is Baid to
bo in connection with tho propos
al to lay a cable from Noumoa to
Tho on tiro native population of
Matabololnnd, South Africn, has
risen in rovolt. At ono point a
column of British troops wns at
tacked nnd twonty-two men killed
while tho bahiuco Avaa driven into
a cornor whoro, nt last roports,
they wero boing hold at tho morcy
of tho rebels.
Lord Groy has boon nppointed
Dr. Jnmioson's successor as Ad
ministrator of tlio British South
African Company of Mashona
land. Tho Italian troops will not
ovacuuto tho Abyssinian strong
hold of Kassahx. At n recent
skirmish they succeeded in de
feating the Abyssinian forcos
A regatta and attondant display
ofbunting, mauouvres by marines,
etc., wbb givon in tho bay of -Sydney
on tho 11th of April, in honor
of tho visit of Lord Brassoy. A
grand gala day was obsorvod in
tho city, while tho bay was filled
news or norii volcanoes.
Kllnncn In Eruption nml n I.nhr of
I'lro on Mokuniveowno.
Purser Beckloy of tho Kinau
snyB Kilauea'fl lake is rising and
tho display is grand.
A native started from Hookenn
on Monday last and managed to
reach the edge of tho great crater
of Mokuaweoweo nnd,nftor making
a veryfnir survey of tho present
condition of tho now sccna of ac
tion, get back to a point whoro ho
could communicate by telophono
with tho various Island points.
Ho found a Inko of boiling lava
in the summit crater which ho
says is a good two miles in diameter
and oxtromoly nctivo. Tho indi
cations nre, that nn overflow is
imminent. Ho BnyB tho whole
surface of tho lake is a scone of
grandour impossible to describe.
Fountains spouting lava hundreds
of foot into tho air, great turbu
lence ovor tho entire Inko and n dis
play of soothing Burgiug ninssos of
molten lava such as ho novor saw
displayed boforo in oither Moku
nweowoo or Kilnuea.
Pur'sor Bockley says tho glare
in the-sky as brighter than hither
to and thero can bo no doubt that
tliovolcano is now making up
for its long rest.
TKN l'Ell CENT OFF.
ItvdiictlonH i .-tlllltnry SaUrle-No
Ministor Cooper promulgated
an order thte morning that has
boen soradwhnt oxpectod in mili
tary circles for some weeks
push It iB nn order making n re
duction of 10 per cent in tho sala
ries of all officers in tho military
department who havo been receiv
ing a Balnry. of $100 per month or
over:, included- in the order is a
Bftomont that tho sorvices of sec
ondyieutonnnts of Companies E.
nnd F. will horenf tor bo dispensed
with," and that tho nllowanco to
privates of $2.50 per month for
clothing will no longer bo made.
This is in tho lino of retrench
ment on tho plnn outlined in tho
oarly days of tho session by Min
istor Cooper in tho Senate. He
promised n reduction in oxponses.
It hns boon made and moro may
Tho saving offocted by Minister
Cooper in making thoso .reduc
tions will nmount to $25,288 by
the end of tho preaont fiscal term.
Second Lieutenant Schaof or has
boon provided for by giving him
tho position of adjutant, formerly
hold by Cnptain Broomo. Liou
tonant Evniiston goes bnck to tho
position of sergeant.
Countess Constance Wnoht
moistor. tho noted ThnoHnnliii-nl
locturor, arrived by tho S. S. Mo-
uowai tins morning, nuu is stop
ping at tho Misses Ladd's, Nuu
anu avo. The Countess mokes
but a short stay in Honolulu bnt
while hore will deliver a course of
throo lectures ns follows: Sun
day evening, May 3rd, "Death and
A f tor wards." Tuesday evening,
May 5th, "Man, Mastorof his own
Destiny." "Wednesday evening,
May 6th, "ThoJDangors of Hypno
tism."' Tho lectures will bo deliv
ered in Harmony Lodgo hall,
King stroet, nud will bo free, all
interested boing cordially invited.
The Countesa will bo happy to re
ceive any visitors from 2 to 4 p.
m. at hor rooms.
VlNltlni; I'uhllc Institution!..
Senators Holstein, Baldwin,
Hocking and Homer visited and
inspected tho workings of tho Bo-
lormatory tocnool and liiBano Asy
lum yesterday afternoon and
found everything in first rnto
shape, although now buildings nro
an imporntivo necessity ut the
lattor place, on account of the iu
creabo in tho number of patients.
Twouty-ouo now inmates havo
boon adtled sinco January 1st and
tho accommodations nro entirely
inadequate. Somo of tho patients
aro obliged to Bloop on tho floors
for lack of rooms.
Tho mato oftho stenmor Hawaii
was soriously injured on tho voy
ago out by falling ovor aonio lum-
nor on tno uecic. no was brought
1 back on tho Kiunu.
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