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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
10, FORT ST.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
business o tho No. 10 Fort Street
Storo from tbo ostnto o tho lata
J. T. Watorhouse, I will continue
the Bnmo business under ray own
Thanking tbo pntrons for their
patronage uuring tho twenty-five
years of my mauagomout of tho
business, I nsk for a continuance
of the same liberal patronage
A full line of Dry Goods nncl
Fancy Goods will bo kept con
stantly on hand at lowest prices.
HAVE Jl'ST RWElVhl
"Ex Irmgard "
An assortment of .
Victoria Liuvns, Doyleys, Cool
ing Cloths and
Linen Tablo Damask and Lin
en Napkins, Linen and Turk
ish Towels, Curtain Loops,
Silk Boltings, etc., etc.
E. W. JORDAN.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW 1-WypiCE
P. D. Corsets
We beg to call special attention to the
. D. LINEN
Of which wo carry All Sizes in Stock.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
The LlawaiianNcws Co.3L'd
Morohunt Stroot, Honolulu.
Stationers, Music .
. and News Dealers.
E2T Carry tho Lorgest Assortment in
those lines of nuy lioubo on tho Islands. No
Just Iteceivod n cousignmont of
Vosg & Sons, Scliillcr & Smitli and Barues
3' Special attention called to tho last
named to thoso who want a good Piano at
a niodcrato prico. Wo sell Pianos on tho
We pinuunicliiro ltubbor Maitipa.
r, Ishnd ordors solicited. Qivo ns a
trial uud wo guarantee satisfaction.
JrJLrf AAl imm rt.TWiiJijrV.iiiiiwtfiltfiitteTiii ' " JiM iiikii, "-'ijiimt iM(wMKJMBsmir
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Will relievo tho most dis
tressing cough, soothe
tho inflamed membrane,
loosen tho phlegm, and
Indued refreshing sleep.
For tho euro of Croup,'
Whooping Cough, Soro
Throat, nnd nil tho pul
monnry troubles to which
tlio young aro io liable,
thero is no other remedy so effect
AYER'S ' -Shmy
A Record of usarly 60 years
Gold f.lcJals at t!.c World's C!ilcl Expositions.
9-Tln imiw Uit's C'lii-rrv I'pclnrnt,
It l'rotnltii in .mi Hi hi i i ml U blown
In tin- t'liifi ill t'.u li liultlu. T.iko no clic.il
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
8olo Agents for tho Itcpublio ot Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
fllOM JAN. 1st to JUNE Ist, 1895.
Gl H Mumm & Co.'o exlru
Pommory & Greno 11,798
Moet & Ohandon 9,C08
Heidsieok & Co., (dry
Louis Iloederor 3,438
Perrier Jouot 3.286
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnrcoi.ux 334
Krug& Oo 270
Ohas. Hoidsiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
Solo AgontB for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
For Family Use!
Just llocolved, ex "O. 0, Funk," a cargo of
Uif ellington, Depai'fcui'B Bag, tio&I
Which 1b offered iu quantities to suit,
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
HUSTAGE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Telphono No. 414.
Just twonty-pioces of those
famous wnshablo dross silks form
erly sold nt 35 cents aro now going
at 30 conts to close out, and you
had bettor hurry as twenty pieces
is positively all -wo havo in stock.
Iwakami, Hotel stroot, next 'to
Ordway it Fortor's.
Something Interesting !
ilONOLULTL H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1896.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
Tlin KENTE WINDS UP ITS SIT
TIMS IS MO .IIINUTKI.
ninlnlcr Itnmoii to Introduce n Hill
Admitting Urnpo U'lnca Duty l'roo
Yesterday afternoon's session
of tho Senate was devoted to
further consideration of tho Loan
Senator Baldwin's amendment
appropriating S3000 for n road
from Kula to Kihoi passed.
Attorney General Smith's
amendment to insert $30,000 for n
filtering plant for tho Nuuanu
rosorvoirs was lost.
Sonntor Lyman obtained ah
additional appropriation of $10,
000 for a road from Ililo to Kau
mana in spite of tho protest of
Senator Brown that tho island of
Hawaii was getting nearly half
tho outire amount to bo raised by
tho snlo of bonds.
Senator McCandloss, amend
ment providing for a further issue
of bonds at tho same rato of in
terest, without discount or com
missions, in an amount sufficient
to refund tho present indebted
ness, was lost.
Senator Baldwin's motion thnt
tho oxponso of placing tho
loan should not exceed 23,400
This, with tho amounts voted
for tho differont public improve
ments, makes tho total amount of
bonds to bo issued an oven $800,
Senator McCandless presented
a report on tho powder magazino,
recommonding a change of loca
tion ns soon as possible and an
appropriated for a suitable build
ing elsewhere; also that tho Min
ister of tho Interior issue regula
tions iu regard to the mannor of
storing, tho kind of shoes that
shall bo Morn by thoso entering
tho building, and other things
that aro right and proper for tho
Bafoty of lives and property, and
boo to it that thoy aro carried out.
Sonator Lyman's bill to widen
and improve tho Btroots of Hilo
passed second reading.
Tho Sonato concurred in tho
Houso nmondmont to tho Firo
Limit Law, allowing wooden ceil
ings, nnd adjourned.
Sixty-Eighth Day, May 15th.
After tho usual proliminarics at
this morning's session Sonator
Brown from tho committee on
Passed Bills in ado a roport of
bills presented to the President.
Sonator Bice reported printed
copies of Senate Bill 43, which
Tho proposed amendment to
Article G3 of tho Constitution
passed its third reading on a call
of tho ayos and nays.
Minister Damon gave notico of
his intention to introduce a bill
amending tho present law rela
ting to tho importation of grapo
wines. It is understood tho Act
will provide for the admission of
all!winos,tho product of tho grapo,
of less than 18 por cent alcoholic
strength frea of duty for iivo
The bill relating to tho Post
oflicq department passed tho third
Senato Bill 43, providing for
taking water from tho "Wailuku
river for tho uso of tho Hilo
Electric Light Company, was read
a second time by titlo and ro
forrcd to tho Committee on Public
Sonator Lyman asked to bo ex
cused from acting on tho bill as
ho was directly intoiostod thoroin.
Tho ProBidont appointed Senator
llico to act in his placo.
At 10:20 tho Souato adjouruod.
Seventieth Day, May IGtii.
house or jiepeesentatives.
Every mombor was in his soat
this morning, excepting Bop. Mc-Brydo.
Bop. iVichards reported Houso
Bill 45 and Sonato Bill 37 as hav
ing been handed to tho President
for his considerationr
Tho Senato reported Sonato
Bills 35 and 41 as piiBil; tho
joint resolution relative to the
great aeal adopted; House Bills
21, promotion of fencing; 84 and
44, criminal jiuisdiction. of Dis
trict Magistrates as concurred in
nnd roferrod lo the committee on
Passed Bills. j
Bep. Bond tendered tho roport
of tho committee on the resolution
favoring nnnoxatioji. Tho rosolu
tiou is amended somewhat wind
ing up with tho following phraso:
ltt.' i 1,'tfint tho logislatuio con
tiuues to bo in favor of annexation
to tho United States of America,
and that ibucIi is tho sentiment of
tho voters of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. ' .
Minister Coiper gave notico of
intontion lo present nn act which
raisea the rank of surgeon of tho
stniT ot the commanding officer to
that of major, and appoints a sur
geon to each battalion with tho
rank of captain Minister Coopor
asked that thobill bo road for tho
first tirao. '
Bop. Winston objected to tho
crowding in of tho bills by tho
Ministry jiiBt nt present, for read
ing under suspensions of rules, ns
it consumed valuablo titno.
Bop. Bobertson asked Minister
Coopor if tho Legislature was to
have extra time grantod them.
Tho Minister said bo understood
Bep. Bobertson presented the
roport of tho Judiciary Committee
on Houso Bill No 33, tho nmond
mont to tho law of Eminent Do-
inam. JLlio Uommittoo approves
Tho Senate amoudmont of
Houso Bill No. 21, promoting
fencing, wns concurred m.
Senate Bill No. 35 was read by
title and referred to tho Commit
tee on Public Lauds.
Minister Cooper's bill, present
ed earlier in tho day, was read for
tho first and second times.
Sonnto Bill 41 enmo up for dis
cussion, but wns roferrod to tho
House Bill 33 wns taken up nnd
read for tho second timo. This
bill grants tho government tho
right to condemn property for
use ns cemeteries, hospitals, roads,
harbor improvements, etc.
Bop. Bond wanted to kuow
where th provision was for re
compensing tho losor of tho prop
orty t Minister Coopor snid that pro
vision was in tho present laws.
Bop. Bond: "I know of a pioco
in liohalu, Hawaii, which was not
Ministor Coopor: "Then it must
havo been bocauso the owner did
not nBk for anything."
itocess to l:JU p. m. This niter
noon tho liconBO bill will bo tnkon
up for tho final reading.
1'ollcn Court Itemi.
Judgo do In Vorgno had very
little to do this morning,thoro be
ing only two drunkon roistorors
to deal with. Ono of them paid
$2 fino and tho othor thought ho
could mako more money by work
ing it out.
Sweot Emolia becatno Boured
on tho world nt largo this morn
ing nnd vented her Bpleon in curs
ing loudly. As this is against tho
law Emolia is now roduciug her
temperature in tho cooler.
A seaman from tho Adams is
also lodged iu the dungeon for
nan Meeting Onllod.
A mass mooting has boon called
by thoUniao Portuguoza for Mon
day, May 18th, at 7:30 p. m. on
Union Scpiaro at whioh ovory tnx-
nnvfir in invirnd to hn nroHOnt.
Prominent citizens will nddross
tho mooting upon important issues
now boforo tho Legislature. Por
tuguese spoeches will bo interpret
ed tor tuo uonent oi inoso in at
tendance. (Try that now brand of flour
called "Whito Boso. 81.26 per
barrel at tho "Washington Feed
Co., Fort stroot, below Queen.
DANIEL LOGAN'S LETTER
SOJIE Ni;VSV ITEMS I'HO.II nn;
tlltOWING TOWN OP HILO.
Itcller 'mil .llori- Fruitinit ninll I'mii.
niiiiilcallnii Necdeit-Tlic Hilo
Ton ii IIhII Project, Etc.
Hilo, Mny 13th.
Yesterday tho bark Santiago
arrived, 10 days from San Fran
cisco, and wns towed in by tho
gallant little harbor tug. She
brought a gonornl cargo nnd tho
following passengers: Mrs. Geo.
Deacon nnd Bister, Mrs. Smith nnd
Hero is nn item old for Hilo
but not hitherto rolnted in Hono
lulu. Somo time ago u subscrip
tion list wns circulated hero for
funds to erect a public hall. Tho
sum of $-107 wns realized, but as
Spreekels built n hall that could
be routed at a reasonable liguro,
tho project was by common con
sent abandoned. As thero would,
bo difficulty in roturniug tho
money to tho subscribers, somo of
tho promoters cast about for somo
othor public object on which to
expond it. Tho choice fell on tho
furnishing of tho volunteer liro
engine company's hall. Besides
its mnin public character, this
placo is availablo for concert re
hearsals, etc. A meeting of sub
scribers to tho fund was called,
winch decided to apply tho money
to tho object just stated. Hero
thero was a hitch. ShorilT Hitch
cock hold $350 of the mouoy, nnd
"gonial Jack" "Wilson the remain
ing $117. Tho Shoriir positively
and irrevocably refused to give up
tho money in his hands for any
othor purpose than tho original
ono, thnt of building a public hall
for tho town of Hilo. Of
courso Uio Bulletin has nothing
to sny in the mnttor, but it is ono
about which thoro is occasional
talk in Hilo.
All the town is agog over tho
hourly oxpocted foreign mail by
the steamer Hawaii. Surely the
time is nonr when this rapidly ad
vancing town, together with tho
populous rural districts of this
island, must havo an express
steamer for mailB, pnssongors and
light freight, commnnicntiiif; somi
weekly botli wayB with Honolulu.
An inter-island cablo is also n
needed boon thnt should not havo
to wait upon tho slow-dragging
project of telegraphic communica
tion with tho world beyond.
Hilo is enjoying beautiful
woathor by day, with refreshing
rains by night.
Tomorrow evening tho Social
Club will presout to tho public a
woll-rohearsed farce, entitled,
"Tho Economical Boomorang."
Mr. Sohoon, the clerk of the hotol,
is iu it, nnd ho hns this vory min
uto despoiled my room of a framed
motto to help out tho decorations.
Thoro aro seven Volcano pas
sengers on tho Hall, so it is tele
phoned today. I am Borry for
them if thoy como to boo Moku
awooweo in action, but Peter Loo
promises a matineo in Kilauea at
Tho bark Annio Johnson is ex
pected tomorrow and thoro aro
few disappointed expectations in
Ililo, outside of tho many hopes
doferred that makoth tho heart
sick in tho matter of due public
improvements. But when tho
worm turns in earnest, tho powers
that bo will hoar from Hilo with
no uncortnin sound.
Hilo is coming along, howovor,
faster porhaps tnau its own resi
dents fully realize. Sinco 1 waB
hero six years ago it has secured
officieut wntor works, oloctric light
and power service, and a steam
.lire ougiuo brigade, it lias no
sidownlkB, howovor, and its most
crying noeds of a wharf and a
oroauwator aro yoi 10 oo supplied.
Tho want of propor inter
nal communications on this
tho largest island, as well as tho
most productive, on tho group is
simply dibgracoful. Ton days of
nn intorvnl in regular mail inter
Pjucs 5 Cents.
course between hero and tho rich
Hamakun district is too much en
tirely. Tho people of Hilo do
well to be angry with tho central
powers of this country, and thoso
of the other pnrts of this island
would commit their own interests
by making common cause with
this, tho chief town of the island,
iu agitation for tho redress of
Siuco thoso lines were begun
the mail has nrrived. I am not
going to sot up my individual
opinion, scientifically, against
that of Mr. Dodgo, but, aftor com
paring notes with both Mr. Bald
win and Dr. Friedlaendor, I must
stick to my cstimato of at least
500 feet ns tho height of tho fire
fountains of Mokuaweoweo. Also,
I wish to amond my original
cstimnto of tho area of tho field of
firo in tho crater. Instead
of ono squaro mile, I would
now placo it ns nearer four
square miles. Sinco my first hur-
rieu description l Havo got ligurcs
from Mr. Baldwin, which ho got
by scnlo, whoroby I want to chnnge
my estimate and that without com
mitting him in nny wny, ns I only
U30 his information ns a basis ot
calculation. As to tho height of
the louutains 1 givo our renders
tho data nnd leave them to judgo
for themselves. Wo stood about
a milo away, at an elevation of
400 feet above thoir base, tho alti
tudo of their ejecta often cut a
lino half way up tho faco of the
opposito cliff, admitted to bo at
least 800 feet high. If this does
not mako such altitude 500 feet,
then I am dono sizing up volca
noes. D. L.
m w m
IN THE IIIRHEIl COUIITS,
Tlio CoU'nn ;no I.lltcly to go to the
Jury Till Afternoon.
Ill the estate and guardianship
of W. C. Markhara, Bruco Cart
wright, administrator of tho estate
of the' father, has paid into Court
the sum of $1515.50 for transfor
onco to S. K. Kano, recoutly ap
pointed, guardian of W. C. Mnrk
hnm, a minor.
Marshal Brown has paid into
Court tho sum of $974.15, not pro- v.
coeds of tho sale of the schooner
Judgo Carter and a jury aro
still engaged in tho Cowan-Pattor-sou
case. It is likely tho case
will go to tho jury this nfternoon.
Kinney it Ballon for tho prosecu
tion nnd G. A. Davis for tho de
fouso. In tho case of Adolph Kuust,
convicted of distilling liquor,
Judgo Perry hnB Buspoudod sen
tenco for tho timo boing.
Judge Perry was occupied with
tho divorce calondnr this morn
ing. In Judgo Perry's court Lily
Nott was grantod a docroo of
divorco from James Nott on tho
ground of non-support; Ah Foolr.
from L. Kealoha Kawai w, for
infidelity and Mary N. Ako from.
Lewis Sigenor for desertion.
In the divorco suit of Knnani
w, vs; Win. Hakalanu, tho libol is
Chief Justico Judd and Justices
Whiting and Frear, sitting in.
banc, have found E. Holokunihi,
District Magistrate of Wniluku,
Maui, guilty of accepting a bribe
of $24 from Chinoso offenders
charged with gambling, and agree
ing to find thorn not guilty on no
count of paymont of such bribe,
and havo dismissed him from
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AVIii'ii Otlmr I'iiII
Hood'K Sarsaparilla builds up tho weakonod
shuttered system by given vigorous action lo
tho digestive orgmiu creating an niH.tito and
liiriiing tho blood. It is pivpiurod by
lUUMVfll lUUlUUUIt IHJHHUHHfH vuo grCulOHl OUT-
ativo powers and hus tho most wouderfal
rjeoril of actual cures of any tucdiciuo.
Hood's 1ilu cures nuusoa, kick headache,
indigestiou, biliousness, fcold by all drug-Bin'"-
In olden times barley was used
as a most porfoot strength givor.
Tho vory best bnrloy mado into
tlio vory host malt is used by tho
Soattlo Browing Oo. in their
Dunous Seattle boor, on tap at tho