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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1896.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
10, F8ST :ST.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
business of tho No. 10 Fort Street
Store from tho estate of tho Into
J. T. Watorhcmso, I will continuo
the same businosa undor my own
Thnnkincr tho nntrons for thoir
patronage during tho twonty-fivo
years of iny management of the
business, I osk for a continuanco
of tho same liberal patronage
A full line of Dry Goncfs and
Fanoy Goods will bo kept con
btautly on hand at lowest prices.
HAVE JUST RKCMVED
An nshortmont of ,
Victoria Lawns, Doyloys, Cool
ing Cloths and
Linen Tablo Damask and Lin
en Napkins, Linen and Turk
ish Towels, Curtain Loops,
Silk Beltings, etc., etc.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW INVOICE
P. D. Corsets
Wo beg to call special attontlon to the
P. D. LINEN
Of which we carry All Sizes in Btock.
The HawaiianNows Co.,L'd
rvlorohunt Street, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music t
. and News Dealers.
PiT Carry the Largest Assortment in
those lines of ituy house on tho Islands. No
JuBt Received a consignment of
Vose St Sous, Schiller & SmitU anil Barnes
J27 Special attontlon called to the last
named to those who want a good Fiano at
a moderate prlco. We sell Pianos on tho
We IHiinunicliiro Itubbor Stamps.
rr&. Island orders solicited, aire us a
traland we guarantee satisfaction.
7 5a it" W Bsf
is tta scttrce of good health,
; $kf s Sarsaparilla
f' .Vzzcs Pure Blood,
u Strongthons tho Nerves,
a Shai pons tho Appetite,
g Removes that Tirod Feeling,
rj aid Makes Life Worth Living.
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Geld Medals at tlia World's C:t:t Expositions.
IVffII'vnrp of cheap Imitation'). Tho
n.miti Ajor's f3nisu,i.irlllu is promt
ui'iit on tho UKipiioi, utul la blown in
tho glows of uuuh bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo AgentB for the ltcpnblio of Hawaii.
Something Iutcrosliog !
Imports of Champagne In
to tho United States,
fllOM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE 1st, 1895.
G H Mumrn & Co.'s extra
Pommory & Grono 11,798
Moet & Ghnndon 9,008
Hoidsieok & Co., (dry
Monopole)r. . . .TT. 7.501
Louib Roedurer 3,438
Perrier Jouot 8.286
Vvo. Olfcquot 2,378
Bouoh6Seo , 992
St. Marcouux N 834
Krug & Co 270
Ohns. Hoidsiock 355
Various , .. 5,419
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Wlacfarlane & Co.,
Sole Agonts for G. H. Mumrn & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
M. S. GKINBAUM & CO.,
Qaeon street, Honolulu, and 215 Front
street, Ban Francisco, Oal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholosalo ImportoiD and Jobbors of
European and Americin Dry Goods.
Fort nnd Qneen Streets.
King tt., Iwt. Fort and Alakca.
Contractor : and : Buildor.
MONUMl'JiTS AKD T0M1IST0SES.
tZT Finest Gmdo BLUE STONE from
Funahou QaarrioH. 278-tf
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nnuauu Valloy, nbovo tho Mausoleum.
AH orders (jiven prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho city. Leis,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spe
THE ItEGULAK QUARTEHLY MEET
Ihr of the Union Feed Co., Ltd., will be
held at tho company's ofllto on 1-iiday, the
ISth Inst.; at 11 o'clock a. in.
F. It. VIDA,
302-3t Secretary U. F. Co., Ltd.
WITH SOME TOURISTS.
Otllt i:tiroit F.VI,LS IN WITH A
Aniorlcuu Vlnltor are Chnriucil Uttli
llllu Atlrncllons Stniro IIolil tip
on Clio Vnlcniio Jtoatl.
Hilo, May 11, 189G.
All o thegueets of tho Volcano
House departed .iron Saturday
morning- b'y Wilson's big covered
coach for Hilo, oxcepting 'Mr.
Hitchcock whoso father was com
ing to drive him down to his
pretty villa, "Pohukaloa," about
oight miles out. Arthur Wall
dropped off at Olaa to visit tho
coireo plantation of tho Wall
brothers. Messrs. Trowbridge
and Junckins, with another coffeo
planter, caino on near Mountain
View, making threo paseengors to
each of tho threo inBido seats bo
sides two on tho box. In spite of a
driving rain, that continued a
good many miles out, tho party
maintained very cheerful Bpirits
throughout tho journey. The
strangers were delighted with tjio
forest scouory, surclmnged as it is
with luxuriant ferns and wild
fruits and ilowors, and took much
intorost in tho coiTco plantations
on either hand
A substantial lunch was enjoy
ed at Mountain View, tho half
way house, and behind fresh
horses wo woro soon rolling along
again. Tho congeniality of tho
party was enhanced on tho way by
a littlo diversion arranged by Dr.
Edwords. It waB a "hold-up"
scone, in which tho burly
Mi. Junckius assumed tho rolo of
tho bold, bad highwayman. Mr.
Edwords alighted from tho box
and Bought rofugo behind tho
coaoh, while tho Bulletin man,
with a club in one hand and a
stono in tho othor, glared over tho
right hind wheel at tho robbor.
Those who stayed in tho coach
were supposed to look terror
stricken, but their irroproBiblo
smiles" rather spoiled tho oiTeot of
thoir raised hands. Tho big rob
bor himself, it was discouraging
to notice, was laughing as ho held
a rovolver at tho head of tho driv
er, who pulled back on tho reins
and jammed down tho brakes. Dr.
Edwords with his kodak did tho
only shooting that was dono.
It was a quarter after sovon
when wo loft tho Volcano House,
and wo reached Hilo about 2
o'clock. Mr. Wilson laid down a,
luscious fruit lunch immediately
after arrival at tho hotol, and at
8:30 tho Birnies, Edwords, Scott
and myself started on foot for the
Eainbow Falls, a mile and a half
to two miles distant, on tho way
picking up a rooruit in tho porson
of Mr. Dauphiny, an oldorly gentle
man who arrived lately to go into
coffee. Getting out of town tho
road becomes a somewhat rugged
trail over rock and mire, crossing
babbling brooks and rushing
streams, tho last part' traversing
tho margin of tho Wainaku cano
fields. Wo como upon tho falls
suddonly, and to all tho effect is
fin agreeable surprise. Tho visitors
indulge in transports of delight.
Thoy had not been led to expect
anything like tho splendor of tho
sconefe Ah tho setting sun was in
oi(r eyes theio was no rainbow,
but, tho falls aro attractivo enough
without that adjunot from which
thoy derive thoir name. Tho
waters leap over a precipico Bovon
hundred and forty feet high.
They aro divided into four dis
tinct cataracts, of which two unite
near thobrow and fall as one.
Before taking tho final pluugo tho
wators roll' over a low irregular
ridge, taking on a rich amber hue
when ruffled in tho light. Either
tho twin fall mentioned on tho
ono sido or tho small ono on tho
opposite Bide would have mot my
own expectations, bo that tho
broad sheet of water precipitated
midway botwoon theso two was a
most agreeable surprise. Tho on-
I Continued o Jfth l'aye.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
THi: SHAH OI' PntSIA ASS4SSIN- I
a run at i i:iii. it-. v
rim .lll.iurrn Ilrlnus Four Day'
"",ur " I mm llio OiitMlilu ,
Worhl-MrHlr In Cubn.
By tho arrival of the Canadian
Australian steamer Miowera last
night, avo have four days later
howh from abroada digost of
which will bo found bolow under
Washington, May 1. The fol
lowing cablegram was received by
Soorotary Oluoy at 2:40 o'clock
this aftomoou from Minister Mc
Donald at Teheran, Persia: "Shah
visiting tho shrine near tho city
today for devotion, upon entering
tho iunor sanctuary was shot by
an assassin, disguised as a woman,
tho bullet entering tho rogiou of
tho heart. Expired within two
minutes. Fratricide, revolution
ary fanatic. Great distress but
Soon after recoiving notice "of
tho assassination of tho Shah,
Secretary Olnoy sent a cablegram
to United States Minister Mc
Donald at Teheran, directing him
to convoy to tho Socretary of State
of Persia an expression of tho
condolence felt by the President
in tho sad event, and of his abhor
rence of tho deed. Tho assassin
was arrested after ho had com
mitted tho deed.
TiFLls.May 2. -Immediately af
tor tho death of tho Shah, tho heir
apparent, Maull'o lid-Din, was
proclaimed Shah. lussir. and
GreatBritain recognized Mauffo
Ed-Din as heir to tho Persian
throno in 1858. Tho Grand Vizier
will govern until tho arrival of tho
now Shah at Teheran from Tab
rez. TEin:itANvMay4. ,It has been
definitely ascertained that tho as
sassin of tho late Shah of Persia,
Nazra-cd-Din, is Mollah Boza, a
follower of tho well-known agita
tor, Shaikh Jem Allcdin, who was
exiled in 1894 after having been
convicted of high treason.
Since his arrest for tho murder
of tho Shah, lleza has boon closo
ly questioned by tho judicial
authorities. At first ho professed
to havo acted entirely on his own
account and in tho interests of his
peoplo, to whom, ho claimed, re
forms to whioh thoy woro justly
entitled had beon refused.
Lator, however, tho prisoner
confessed that tho assassina
tion of tho Shah was tho outcomo
of a doliberato and long planned
conspiracy, and that he was
chosen to do tho deed. Ho added
that ho had waited for two months
for a favorablo opportunity to
Bhoot tho Shah, which confirms
the authorities in thoir boliof that
tho conspiracy was hatched in
Constantinople, as it is about two
months sinco Boza loft that city
for Teheran. Tho assassin also
admitted that upon many occa
sions ho succoedod in approaching
tho latoB Shah under various dis
guised but that it was not until
Friday last that ho was near
enough to fire tho fntul shot.
According to tho London cor
respondent of tho "Novosti" of
at. Petersburg, wuo claims to
havo obtained hfs information
from a British Cabinet Ministor,
Great Britain in tho Soudan cam
paign is to ro-occupy tho oqua
toriul provinco and when sho
ostablisuos herself on tho Upper
Nilo ovacuato Cairo and tho Low
er Nilo. Continuing, tho corres
pondent of tho "Novosti" claims
to havo been informed that tho
operations against tho DorviBhos
will bo conducted jointly by Groat
Britain, tho Congo Free State and
Italy, from Dongola, Suakim and
Uganda. A railway is to bo run
fioroBB tho desert from Suakim
and thus Great Britain will still
havo a hold on Egypt by hor oc-
Continued on 5th Puije.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
THE SENATK 1'ASSKS SIX HILLS
1v half an hour.
MihMltoK- LoniilliM Introduced tr (lie j
Sperlnl hounte Coniiiilttcc-Fro- I
cpciIIiiuk In the Lower Ifoimc. I
Sixty-Sixth Day, May 14th,
At yesterday afternoon's session
tho Sonato passed tho new Quar
antine law through tho first and
second readings aud adjourned.
At today's session tho usual
notification of bills passed in tho
lower House, etc., was received
Senator Brown reported a num
ber of bills presented to tho Pres
ident for his signature.
Sonator.Brown from tho Special
Committee '6n 'tho Loan Bills pre
sented tho following report:
"Tho Special Committeo to whom
was referred Senate Bills 20, 21
and 3G, commonly called tho Loan
bills, beg leuvo to report as fol
lows: "After duo consideration it has
been decided to olfcr a substitute
act in placo of thoso roforred to
this committee. In drafting this
act tho Loan bill of 1892 has beon
taken as a basis, but some addi
tions havo boon mado, as for
instance tho payment by tho gov
ernment of a premium of not to
exceed iivo por cent, if wishing to
redcom at any timo within ton
years, tho lifo of tho bonds; also
by making tho principal of tho
bonds a charge upon tho consolid
ated revenue of tho country. It
has also beon deemed advisablo to
reduce tho rato of interest and tho
substituto act limits the rato
to no more than 5 por
cent. Tho amount askcd"for by
Act 30 was 750,000. Tho com
mitteo aftor going through the
different items named with mom
bors of tho Cabinet and for which
tho mouoy is to be spoilt, havo
increased tho loan $2000, which
increase includes quite n number
of items not in Act 3G, but which
tho Committeo think should bo
provided for; tho principal itoms
boing for now lighthouses in dif
ferent portions of tho Eopiiblic
and being a much needed im
provement aud also a safeguard to
our marine interest.
"Wo therefore recommend that
Acts 20, 21 and 80 belaid on tho
tablo, and that tho bill horowith
submitted as a substitute pass in
stead." Senator Brown then road the
now bill through, which passed
first reading and wont to the
Tho substituto bill provides for
tho issue of bonds to tho amount of
$752,600, redeemable in ton years,
with interest or not moro than o
per cent, with n discount of not
moro than 2 por cent and com
mission of not moro than 2 por
cent to any person or firm taking
$250,000 o! bonds in anyone year.
Tho right is reserved to call in
tho bonds at any timo upon pay
ment of a nromium of 5 nor cent.
Houso Bill No. 45, rotating to
quarantine matters, passed third
Tho sovoral bills amondiug tho
Penal Code concerning gross
clients!, assault on public oflicors,
malicious injury and misohiof,
perjury and vagrants, all passed
Tho Act rolating to tho Post
office Department was taken up.
Section 1 was passod, Soction 2
striken out and tho remaindor of
tho bill passed.
Senator Schmidt's bill, to tax
tho dividends of sugar planters,
was laid on tho tablo, it being
deemed unconstitutional, tho law
providing that all buoIi bills
should bo brought in by a mora
bor of tho Cabinet.
Houso Bill 43, rolating to tho
jurisdiction of district magis-
Continued on 8tk Page.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
The Niipromn Court to llcvlew tlwi
U'liiidtrnril Oim nn u rli r
Although tho foreign jury woe
called for this morning in Judge
Perry's Court their sorvices woro
not called into requisition, the
timo of tho Court boinc occuniod
with the nppeal in tho case of
Julion D. Hayno, convicted in the
lower court of beinc a common
nuisanco and fined $100. This
morning was occupied in re
viewing tho testimony taken ic
tho lower court. Doputv-Attornov-
Genoral Dolo for tho Govornmont
and Paul Noumann for tho de-
No nanors of iirmm-tiumn u-nro
filed in tho Clerk's office this
Edward Woodward. nnnviVtml
boforo a jury in tho Circuit Court
last Novombor of tho crime oL
seduction, has applied to tho
Supremo Court for a writ of error.
Chief Justice Judd has allowed
tho writ'. Petitioner avers that
there aro divors errors manifost
upon tho face of tho record and
particularly in this: "It dnos nnf
appear upon tho faco ot tho record
tuattuo prosecution was carried
on in tho uamo and by tho au
thority of tho Bopublic of Hawaii
as required by tho Coubtitution.w '
numpuroys lor petitioner; Rosa,
and Stanley for prosecution.
Hcfare lilt Honor.
Four drunks, each S2 no re
marks. Ewaloa, a native, browed okolo
hao and, boing detected in the
act, paid $100 and costs and
commenced serving out a throe
months' sentonco on that account
Ah Leong waB also charged
with distilling, but found not
Ah Sing, who was nccuscd o
having ombozzled money and
clothing from a Portuguese, liko
wiso escaped without paying tho
poualty it boing proven to tho
satisfaction of tho court that his
intontions woro good.
At TuoinaK H'luurr.
Tho band will play at Thomas
Bquare Hub evening at 7:30, "with
tho following program:
Overture Raymond TliomM
Du't nttlla Vcrik
Foils Spauj:lc , Faust
Three Hawaiian bolos aud Choruses
Foil I'umeliunn, Like no a Like, Malu 1 ko Aa
Grand Echo l'Jeie Sounds from Near
aud Alar DuraU
Introduction Iolantlic Bulllva."
WUx The Jolly War Straw
March The Double Ea'lo WagtMr
Mr. Burns, proprietor of the
circus, is detorminod to give a
good show on Saturday evening.
Tho Froo Kindergarten is nn in
stitution of unqualified benefit to
tho community and deserves a
bettor patronage than it has here
tofore received. It is to bo hoped
that there will bo a crowded houso
at Saturday night's performance,
so as to iucreaso tho revenues ot
tho Kindergarten and enablo the
directors to mako somo much
Singors lead tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado aud sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for oxcollouco ot
construction, regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, groat speed, atW
justability, durability, oaso oW
learning and couvomonco of arSfe
rangomont. B. Borgorsen, agent.
King and Bethel etroots.
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