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Vol. l! No. 318.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1896.
Phioe 5 Cents.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovcry day eicopt Sandfly at
G09 King Street, ilouolulu, IL I.
Per Month, nnywhoro in the Ha
waiian Islands ,.3 76
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Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
I'nynblo Invnrlnblr 1" Advnnoo.
Tolcpbono 250. F. O. Box 89.
B. L FIN HEY, Manager.,
tfwelth. yJunual JYTceting
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June 11th, 1896.
Haces to Comtueuco At 10 a. m. Sharp.
1 BICYCLE KAOfi. Prize:
Gold Medal, valued nt 820.
BICYCLE RACE. Prize:
Gold M.-dnl, valued nt S30.
3 HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
j i Running race; $ mile dash.
Free for nil.
1 MERCHANTS' m PURSE.
Trotting niul Puciiig to hnr
ncss. liiat 2 in 3, 2:15 class.
, Purse $150.
5-OOEANIO S. S. CO'S CUP,
S150 ADDED. RunniugRaco;
mile dush. Hawaiian Bred.
CUP, S200 ADDED. Run
ning Buco; 1 mile dash.
7 KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
nesR, best 2 in 3, 2:35 clnss.
8 HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE. milo dash for
Hawaiian breds, 150.
9-KALAKAUA CUP. 1 mile
dash for Hawaiian bred, $150.
10-SPECTAL RACE. Maiden
Race; trotting and pacing to
harness. Hawaiian bred 4
year olds or under. Purso $100.
11 . PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S PURSE. mile
dash; free for all. $150 added.
All entries are to be made with
the Secretary before 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 1890. En
trance fees to bo 10 per cent. o
purse, unless otherwise specified.
All RaceB to be run or trotted
under the- rules of the Hawaiian
All horses are expected to Start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
in. on Juno 10th, 18.
General admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (extra)
50 cents and $1
Carriages (insido of course)
Quarter stretch badges $5
Por order Committco,"
S. G. WTLDER,
Secretary' (Hnwaiian Jockey Club.
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Merchant Street, Honolulu,
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Bolo Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of tho Stockholders of tho
Tropio Fruit mid Fihro Company Ltd. held
thirl day the following offlcois weru elected
to serve for the eusuiug yeur:
J II Fisher President
D McLean Vlco President
Thos J King Treasurer
John Efliner Hoorotury
John Grace Auditor
Honolnln May 2!), 1800. ni7-lw
A MILK-SHAKE MACHINE IN OOOI)
ordor. Addreb "F. V.'.,"P. O. Ilox 49.
A SUITF.OF IIOOMS L VIXLY OCCUPIED
by Dr. Tuckor will bo for.rcnt on and after
June 1st, corner Fort nndHoiotauia streets.
312-tf MKS. TUKNEU.
ALL OUTSTANDING HILLS AOAINST
tho Senate must be presented by 10 a. m.
MONDAY, Juno 1, lbOO.
J. r. CLAY,
317-21 Clerk of Henato.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
NEW Hi:ll)I)INCJ PIIOI'OSITION
' TAKKS W.
Aiiieiulniriit to tlio Lnnu IIIII tinnnltl
cretl lu tlio Senate-Tho House
PiitsnTHZ nil Ssnkr.
Eighty-Eighth Dxr, May 30m
X'he iiicpiriP .tax bill from ,Mie
House was beforo the Siiunttt yes
Sonator Blown moved the in
definite postponement of the first
section, holding that it clashed
with the internal revenue bill.
Sonator Baldwin acknowledged
having since tho session opened
become reconciled to tho idea of
an income tax, but with Senator
Brown was afrnid of clashing be
tween tho two bills in question.
Senator McCandless disagreed
with the opinion that tho bills
wero antagonistic, and urged that
the cquntry wanted nn income
tax and ought to havo it.
Minister Cooper apprehended a
possibility that tho Supremo Court
would find tho proposed law in
conilict with tho internal loveuuo
measure, also found objections to
certain dotails of tho bill.
Tho motion was defeated and
tho bill passed socond reading.
Tho wide tire bill passed second
reading, opposed by Sonators
Wntorhouse, Wright, Baldwin and
Tho bill for condemning lands
deleterious to public health pass
ed second reading.
Tho bill rolnting to appeals wns
referred to tho judiciary commit
tee. Senator Brown ululed a question
that had arisen about the constitu
tionality oE tho loan bill. Loan
bills must emanate from tho Exe
cutive, but this was a substitute
for the Executive's bill, lie did
uot take tho view that tho bill was
invalid on the ground stated.
It was decided to make the bill
tho order of the day for Satur
day. Tho Senato wont into secret
caucus on tho refuuumg scheme
At this morning's sossion Sonator
Brown from tho Judiciary Commit
tee presented a favorable leport
on tho Act to amend the procedure
in criminal cases where the de
fendant prefers to bo tried with
out a jury.
Senator Brown said in view of
the caucus hold by- tho Senators
yesterday and tho conclusions ar
rived at, ho would move that tho
Senato Bills 18, 19, 20 and 21,
known ns tho refunding billp,
Senate Bill 36 and with its sub
stitute, known aB tho Loan Bill,
be taken from tho table and refer
red back to the Executive.
Minister Damon said his busi
ness required his doparturo on
tho Australia on "Wednesday.
That if action on tho bills was to
bo had it should be done at once.
Ho understood the condition
of affairs was just this: Mr.
1 O. Jones was prepared
on behalf of certain capi
talists, of whom Mr. R. V. Rithet
of Victoria was tho leading one,
to make tho government an offer
to tako up an issue of bondB suf
ficient to covor tho amount of the
Sesont bonded indebtedness of
awaii on these terms: The
bonds to bear interest at 4 por
cent, to run for 25 years without
any redemption clause; a discount
of 5 por cont and commission of 2
por cont to bo allowed. Mr. Jones
had promissed this morning to
make a written proposition to him
as MiuiBtor of finance rogaVding
tho matter but his lottor had not
yet arrived. "When it did ho
would at once bring it before tho
Senato. Ho had figured out tho
not amount tho purchasers uudr
Mr. Jones's offer would receive to
amount to nn annual intorost of
'1.47 per cont for twenty-five years.
Under tho terms of tho refund-
in bills introduced by him
the holders of the new bondB
would receive nn nnnunl interest
o -1.75 por cent for forty yearB.
It wnw not intended under his
billf tlnit the commission of 2J
pfr cent flhould lie ntlrh-.i to the
discount of 15 per cent. The cum
mipsio wwb for tlio purpose of
becurinc tho services ot n reliiiblo
hrm in London who would mnko
u specialty of liandlini; Iltiwiiimn '
securities. Whntevor tlio differ-
onco wns between tho sum actual
ly paid as discount and tho 15
per cent allowed would iuuro to
the benefit of tho treasury. His
principal object in introducing
tlio bil h in tho shape lie did was
to encourage the local holders of
G per cont oondsto invest in tho
now issue and keep tho money in
tho couutry. If they could
bo assured of 4.75 interest ns
they woro under his bills he
thought they would bo willing to
exchange. It wns hotter to pay
the difference in interest between
the two propositions and keep tho
monoy here. Peronall, ho wish
ed it understood ho had no desire
to block a refunding of tho uation
al debt. If tho Senato thought
favorably of Mr. Jones's proposi
tion and nccopted it, ho pledged
himself to further it by every
means in his, power. This wjib
his country, and his homo.- ' 'All
his interests wereuhore nud what
ever ho did his sole aim was to
benefit tlio country. If tho Sen
ato thought Mr. Jones's offer
would benefit tho country ho
wanted it distinctly understood
that he would do everything in
his power to help tlio matter
Senator Brown said ho was sor
ry to Ioso tho services of tho Min
ister of Finance in connidoriug
those bills but ho was still of tho
opinion that tho bills should bo
first submitted to tho Executive.
The Sonato wanted to know what
tho Eocutivo thought of tho
Minister Damon said ho had al
.rauy spoken for the Executive.
If the Sonato would tako tho bills
l from tho tablo they would bo rea
dy to bo acted on when Mr.Joues's
' proposition camo in. If it was
accepted a few nmondineuts only
woro necessary to tho original
bills and tlio work could bo douo
at once. Ho thought it would bo
a saving of timo and ho would
liko to havo whatever was done
accomplished before ho loft.
Senator Ba'dwin said ho favor
ed the forwarding of tho bills to
the Executive. Ho understood
that Presidont Dole has expressed
some doubt ns to tho constitution-
ality of Bill 47 because it was a
substituto bill originating with
tho Senate instead of in tho Cabi-
not ns required by tho Constitu
tion. To send tho bills back nnd
havo thoin returned with the en
dorsomout of tho Cabinet would
euro thiB defect, if tho President
wns correct that such oxisted.
Tho motion prevailed.
Tho Income Tax ' bill was then
taken up and passed tho third
reading by tho following vote:
Ayes Lyman, Northrup, Hol
stoin, Hocking, Horner, McCand
less, Schmidt and "Wright 8.
Noos Kauhano, Baldwin,
Brown, "Wnterhouso, Bico ond
Houso Bill 12, concerning tho
improvement of lands dolotorious
to .health, passed third reading by
a vote of 13 to 1.
At tho suggestion of Min
ister Damon tho motion ro
orring Act 40 back to tho
Executive was amended so
as to allow tho Senato to tako un
tho amondmont8 insorted by tho
Houso and oithcr concur in them
or not. This would bo a great
help to tho Exoeutivo, tho Min
ister said, as it would then know
exactly how tho Senato stood on
tho itoms and whether thoy ap
proved them ornot.
Most of tho itoms insorted by
tho Houso woro agreed to, includ
ing the S5000 additional for tho
Honolulu Piro Station and S20,
000 additional for tho Hilo wharf
and brenkwntor, tho latter item
passing by a baro majority.
Tho bill relating to tho storage
of wino mado from Hawaiian
gra'pos passed third roadiug.
Just beforo tho session closed
Minister Damon read tho offer
mado by tho Hawaiian Safo Do
posit Gompany through P. C.
Jonos, offering to negotinto tho
salo of . 81,000,000 of Hawaiian
bondB to run from 25 to 50 yearB
at 95, with 2 por cont commission,
providing they aro given until
October 1st to do so. As an earn
est of his intentions Mr. Jonos
ngroos -to take $100,000
amount himsolf as soon
issuo is authorized. Tho parties
who proposo to tako up thiB loan
recontly placed a largo British
Columbia loau at 3 percent in tho
London market, and aro mon of
Adjourned to Monday.
EiaiiTY-NiNTii Day, May 30th.
HOUSE Or REPRESENTATIVES.
At yesterday afternoon's session
a bill was passed through nil its
stages, including tho Bonding
down town to bo printed, for car
rying letters from tho Leper Set
tlement freo of postage. Hep.
lliuhnrds was promoter of tho
Hoi). Kamauoha opposed tho
bill providing for an examining j
board of threo phvsioiaus to seo
that nobody shall bo licensed to '
practise medicino -hero who has '
not proper qualifications. Ho I
said that the lottor received from I
President McGrow of tho Medical
Association that morning was an
insult to tho Legislature.
Bep. Rycroft defended tho
mensuro as a protection ngaiust
Bep. ltichards, with a sarcastic
referonco to tho Association's
lottor, also supported tho bill, and
Tho appropriation bill for cur
ront receipts, with a total expen
diture of 81,797,239.01, passed
Tho bill to admit wines of less
than 18 por cont alcoholic strength
duty freo passed second reading.
A motion by Itop. Kamauoha to
tako up tho joint resolution for
renewing tho Liquor Commission
was lost, hud tho Houso adjourn
ed at 3:45.
In tho House this morning
Minister Damon's bUl relating to
tho importation of 'light wines
passed third reading.
Two now bills relating to laud
transfers woro introduced by Itop.
EobertBon and roforred to tho
Most of tho morning session
was spent in discussing tho bill
placing a duty of S3 por gallon on
sake, otc. Tho bill passed second
rending with nn amendment fixing
t tho duty on sako and similar
wines under 14 por cont nlcpholio
strength nt SI per gallon and
from 14 to 24 por cont nt S2 por
Adjourned to Monday.
Card ol Tlinuka.
Tho Director of tho' Womans
Exchango desire to oxpross their
thanks to tho following firniB who
rondered substantial aid in tho
work of removal to .tho new
rooms on Morchnnt street and nt
the Lunch given on tho dny of
opening: Larson's Express Com
pany, Cold Storage Compiny,
It. J. Greene, G. W. Lincoln,
Ordwny & Por tor, Pacific Hord
waro Co, "W. "W. Dimond, Con
solidated Soda Water "Works Co,
II. H. Williams.Johu Nott.Mutual
Telephone Co, Elite Ico Crenm
Parlors, Y. M. 0. A. and Contral
Union Church, nnd nil tho daily
nowspapors. Also to Mrs. E. li.
Nakuina, lior assistants, and nil
other ladies and gentlemen who
contributed so generously in any
way towards tlio bucccss of tlio
lunch. Ami to all tho goutlomon
and ladies who havo so kindly
pledged their support for tho
By Order of tho Directors.
Foroign mails aro rather bunch
ed for May and Juno.
A lottor on tho Opora Houbo
orchestra has boon received too
late for this issuo.
ltov. T. D. Garvin will pay fur
ther attention to thcosophicnl
tonots tomorrow ovoning.
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miimamm, , fa i JMwItiMBWMEH" fl" n"fr mvp,, ,.
PiiouitAii oi' i in; i:xuxii
ICkIc I'leld'n Urnve Will lint be Vnf
BOlten-Nelthnr Will thM at
Clmllcn I .Carter.
At tho headquarters of the
grand army at Harmony Hall thiB
morning flowors and wreaths for
the Memorial day services havo
been pouring in from all sides and
thoro will bo no lack of them.
Thoro woro bouq-iotw, wreaths, Ieie
and special floral designs in pro
fusion. Tho insignia of tho Grand
Army, ilankod on either side by a'
largo American flag, was early
stretched across tho alroet on a
line,whi o tho hallway was appro
At the hoadquartorgLof'tho Citi-
zona' Guard nt tho polico station
largo quantities of flowers wore
nlso recoived for the especial pur
pose of decorating tho grave of
Chnrlcs L. Carter.
Tho Grand Army' Post will
havo charge of tho floral decora
tions to bo plnced over tho re
mains bf Miss Knto Fiold. That
lady was an honorary member of
Kit Cnrson Post No. 2, G. A". R.,
of Washington, D. C, a dis
tinction awarded to very few
Tho CitizouB' Guard will be
roprcsentcd in tho parado by a
dologation consisting of tho cap
tains of oach company, headed by
Cnptain McStocke, but many
membois of tho organization have
oxpressod their intoutiou of doing
honor to tho grave of their late
comrade, Charles It. Carter, by aU
tondiug the oxorcises.
In addition to docorating the
graves of decease 'nombera of
tho Grand Army nud soldiers and
Bailors of tho Unitod States many
private graves will bo covered
with floral tributes. Following
a custom which is rapidly spread
ing in tho United States there
will soon bo a gonornl decoration
of craves on Memorial dav which
wilt extend to nil classos and con
ditions of peoplo.
Tho parade will start from Har
mony hall at 3 o'clock Bharp in
tho following ordor, undor the
command of Charles II Eldrcdgo,
marshal of tho day:
LINE OF MARCH.
I'latopu of Mounted Polii e.
Platoon of Foot Police.
First Regiment, N G II, Colonel U H McLean
Battalion from U 8 8 Adams, Ucutentmt
(ico W Do Loiif Pokt, No , G A R.
President Dole and Staff and Members of the
U R Clmrgo d' Affaires Ellis Mills.
U 8 Vice Consul General W P UoyA.
Captain E V Watson and offlcers of ttie
U fl 8 Adams. '
Judge Geo H De La VerRne
( Wlio will deliver the address
Rev D P Rlrnte, Cuuplaln of tho Day.
Members of the Legislature.
Delegation ol Citizens' Guard of Hawaii nnd
Escort of Mounted Reserve.
Line of March King street to Fort street,
to School street, to Nuuanu street, to Ctme- '
Following is tho program of tho
Ritual R Jay Greene, Post Commander
Mulc r '. Band
Prayei ,Wm McCaudUss.CbapUin
Ritual Post Oommantkir
Heading Orders L L La Pierre, Adjutant
Ritual Post Commander
Decoration of Grave ....,......
Wm 11 Williams, l)in:crortha Day
Address Judge Geo Do La Veruiie
Roll Call of the Dead Adjutant
Halutu Post audBipwd-
dlngliu "America".., ..Choir and Audli-uee.
Ilenedictlon , Rev D Plllrnlo
Curd or Tlmiilts.
Albort McGurn desiroH to
thank tho muny kind friends who
rendered assistance and showed
thoir sympathy to him on tho ocr
ension of his Into brother William's
death, and contributed beautiful
offariugs of flowors for . tho
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dental
office Cottage No. 100, Alnltoa.
street, telephone No. 015. Office,
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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