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Vol. 1. No. 320.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sunday at
COD King Btrcot, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywhe.ro in tho Ha
waiian Islands S 70
Por Year. 8 00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Por Year, postpaid, other Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnyablo Invariably 1 Advntioo.
Tolephono 25(5. P. O. Box 80.
B. L. FIN KEY, Manager.
( .tfwelth. y&inu&I JVIeetlng
Jockey - Club
June 11th, 1896.
Knees to Corumcuco at 10 a. m. Sharp.
1 BICYCLE It ACE. Prize:
Gold Medal, valued at $20.
2-BICYOLE RACE. Prizo:
Gold Medal, valued at 830.
3-HONOLULU PURSE, S200.
Running race; milo dash.
Free for all.
4 MERCHANTS' PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness. Boat 2 iu 3, 2:15 class.
5-OCEANIO S. S. CO'S CUP,
$150 ADDED. RuuningRaco;
il mile dash. Haw aiiau Bred.
6 ROSITA CHALLENGE
CUP, S200 ADDED. Run
ning Rape; 1 milo dash.
7 KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing to har
ness, best 2 iu 3, 2:35 class.
8 HAWAII VN JOCKEY CLUB
PURSE, g milo dash for
Hawaiian bicds, $150.
9-KALAKATU CUP. 1 milo
dash for Howa. un bred, $150.
10-SPEOIAL RACE. Maiden
Race; trotting and pacing to
harness. Haw aiiau bred 4
year oldn or under. Purco $100.
11' PRESIDENT "WIDE
MANN'S PURSE. $ milo
dash; free for all. $150 added.
All entries aro to bo raado with
the Secretary beforo 2 o'clock
Monday, Juno 8th, 189G. En
trance fees to be 10 per cent, of
purso, unloss otherwise specified.
All Races to bo run or trotted
undor the rules of the Hawaiian
All horseB aro expected to start,
unless withdrawn by 9 o'clock a.
m. on June 10th, 1890.
General admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (oxtra
50 cents and $1
Carriages (insido of courso)
Quartor stretch badges $5
Por order Committee,
S. G. WILDER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jookoy Club.
The . . .
Has a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates given for honse wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Marino Wiring a speoialty.
B H'd WWW
5 Cure CONSTIPATION,
g Cuic SICX HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Arc Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good fcr the Stomach,
Good for the Liver,
Good (or the Bowels.
THERE ARE KO OTHER PILLS
SO CCOO A3
Highest Awards at tho World's
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Agents for tho Hopublio of Hawaii.
Something Memtiug !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE 1ST, 1895.
G H Mumm & Co.'b extra
Pommoryfc Greno.. . . f . . . 11,798
Moot & Ohandon 9,608
Hoidsiock & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 8,438
Pcrrier Jouot 3.28G
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnrcoi.ux 33 1
Kiug& Co '270
OhaB. Hoidsiock 305
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. H. Mumm fe Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tjje Yokohama Specie Barirj
Bubsoribed Capitol Yen 12,000,000
Paid Up Capitol Yon 4.500,000
Reserve Fund Ven 4.IJ0.O0O
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobo, London, Lyons, Now York,
San Francisco, Shanghai,
Bombay, nong Kong.
Transacts a General Banking nnd Ex
Agenoy Yokohama Spetie Bank
New Remmiic Bnllding, Iionolnln, H. I.
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of tho Stockholders of tho
Tropio Fruit and Fibro Company Ltd. hold
this day the follow lng officers were elected
to servo for the ensuing year!
D McLean Vho 1'rcHidont
Thos J King Treasurer
Johu Kdingsr .... Bcerotary
John Grace Auditor
Honolulu, May 29, 1800. 317-lw
A SDITEOP BOOMS L VTELY OCCUPIED
by Dr. Tuokor will bo for rent on nnd nftor
June 10th, corner Port nud Borotnnia Rtreeta.
312-tf MRS. TURNER.
Honolulu, h. l, Tuesday, june 2,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
I'r,StIRXT 1IOLK KXTENnH THE
HIWSIOX TEX HAYN.;
MluUter Dnnioii Giles Seuntoni n
rnrewcUTiilk on nuiiri lniin I'ro-
eeedln in tlictf.onrcr IIou.c.
NiNr.TiETii Day, June 2n8N
In tho Sonato yesterday after-'
noon consideration ol the House
amendments to tho appropriation
bill was concluded, and Senators
McCaudlees, Baldwin and Hols
toin wore appointed a conforeuco
Min'stor l)amou presented tho
report of tho Executivo on the
refunding bills which suggested
upcossary amendments to Senate
Bills 18 nnd 19 and thb, itulnfinifo
postponomout of Sonnto Bills 20
and 21. On motion the report
was received and roferied to tho
Special Finance Committee, ou
which Senator McCandlehs was ap
pointed to act iu the absence of
House Bill 47, concerning pos
tage from the Leper Settlement,
passed first and socond reading!
Tho Joint llosolutinu continu
ing tho Laud Transfer Commis
sion for two years longer was
Sonato Bill 51, authorizing tho
taking of water from tho Wuiiuku
rivor, was indefinitely postponed.
Sonato Bill 53, sotting apart
land in Hilo for public purposes,
as amonded bv tho Executivo.
passed second roading.
House Bill 51, fixing a special
duty on sako and other wines not
made from tho grapo, was referred
to tho Judiciary Committee.
At this morning's session a
message was road from tho Presi
dent extending tho period of tho
present session not over ton dayB.
Senator Lvman rend tlm rnnnrt
of tho Judiciary Committee on tho
buku uui, wiiu some amenumente.
House Bill 49. rolntW in nn.
poals, was brought up on third
roauing ana passed.
Under suspension of tho rulos
Minister Damon made the follow
ing remarks: j
"bomptime smco when I wus iu
psrploiity over some transaction
I wont to my genial friond Mr.
Paul Neumann for advice, and ho
mado this romark to mo, "Damon,
never shirk tho is8uo;"ovory thing
connected with tho transaction
except thoso few words has gono
from my mind. Sinco tho Sonato
took tho bills off tho table, which
woro presented by tho Executivo
in tho first part of tho session, I
have revolved in my mind whether
to say anything rnoro on the sub
ject of tho refunding bills, tho
loan bills or anything connected
with tho financial affairs of tho
country at this session. But the
moro I thought tho matter over,
tho moro tho sago romark of Mr.
Neumann's camo back to my mind,
"novor shirk tho issue;" and
whether what I am about tp say
will hove any effect or not I shall
feel that at least I have dono ray
duty as Minister of Finance in
resenting my viows to tho
"Sinco the refunding bills woro
taken off tho table I havo yielded
to ovory point that has' beon ask
ed, oven to what I considered to
bo a most vital point, and still
consider so, I refer to tho right to
refund. By advico I was induced
to yield this point, and I stand as
a niombor of tho Cabiuot recom
mending tho passage of tho bills
as thoy stand now. As far as the
refunding bills go thoy may bo
conBidored outsido of this discus
sion. "Wo corao next to bills 20 and
21. Thoso bills woro introduced
so as to secure a continuity in tho
matter of loans, so that thoy
should havo a uniform rate
of interest and if necessary
could bo placed upon foreign
markets; and to koop futuro bor
rowings as much aa possible
within certain prescribed limits
and procedure Tho Sonato has
B"?iqei!vto plnco of t,loso two bills
Bill 40 to authorize a national
loan and tho issuing of bonds as
security thorofor. From tho ex
perience wo lmvo hud ilnnnj tho
last twb yars, which I was care
ful to explain to tho Souatu. whoro
ivu.uu um oi'uuiiiL-iuiv JUlMHIOnCU
in tho loan act, it is no oud of
trouble and difficulty to the Exo
cutivo to keep all those items pro
perly adjusted. The oppropria
tion will fall short on some items
nnd be fur in excess of tho ox-
bonrlltlrrci it nfliora tlin.k -Ji.
tfirlujtho effect of tho bill.' "'JMinl
lias been the effect of the puuious
Wll-p'Wrtdd in 1892.
"Aiiotuor point in regard to
this Bill 4G is that it wns not in
troduced by a morabor of tho
Cabinet. The Constitution reads,
Article 70. Section 3: lNn Aimm.
priation Bill or bill providing for
uuuumii louu snail oo introduced
by any ono oxcept a member of
tho 'Cabinet. Provided, however,
that any momber may introduce a
bill amending the pormanent ap
propriation bill for salaries and
pay rolls heroin provided for.' I
leave it to your goog judgment to
decidojwhother Act 4G is a con
At this point Mr. Marx, who
took down Mr. Damon's speech
in shorthand and was to furnish
tho reporters with typewritten
copies, was compelled to leavo
his work and go to lunch. This
was at 12 o'clock. A fow minutes
boforo 2 tho Bulletin reporter
went for tho balance of tho copy,
but Mr. Marc had only just re
turned from lunch and had not
yot got down to business. Ilonco
the balance of tho speech iB given
from memory only.
Tho Minister then went on to
advocato tho adoption of Bill 20,
which authoiizos tho issuing of a
loan of 2,000,000, with amond
mouts regarding interest, discount
and commissions to conform to
Senate Bill 46, which authorizes
tho issue of a 5 por cont loan at
95. The constant issuing of small
loans injured tho credit of tho
country. Lot us authorize tho
issue of a 82,000,000 loan, an'd uso
tho proceeds as appropriated by
this and succeeding Legislatures.
This Legislature would appropri
ate about 850,000 of tho amount
at this soBsion. Tho uoxt Logis
laturo could appropriate whatever
was necessary two voars hence.
and at tho same timo pro
vido for tho uso of whatever
was loft over from tho. provioua
oppropriation. Ho would further
call tho attention of tho Legisla
ture to thonoccBsity of making an
appropriation act authorizing tho
oxpondituro of tho amounts pro
vidod for in Loan Bill ontitled
Sonato Bill 40. Ho boliovcd and
was advised that a simple loan bill
stating tho purpoBo of tho Loan
was insufficient. There must bo a
bill authorizing a loan and an ap
propriation of tho money as well
to make it legal. This has always
boon thoensoin the Acts authoriz
ing proviouB loans and it must bo
dono in this caso. If Sonato Bill
4G was adopted in proforouco to
tho bills 20 and 21 introduced by
tho speakor, it must bo amond
od bo as to appropriate
or authorizo tho uso of tho money
obtained by tho loan it authorizod.
This could bo dono either by
amending the- bill or by intro
ducing a Beparato appropj iation
bill. Ho thought tho wiser plan
would bo to throw out Sonato
bill 40, adopt bill 20, authorizing
a $200,000 loan on tho same terms
as iu Bill 4G and pass an addi
tional appropriation bill embody
ing tho amounts voted in Bill 40.
In round numbers this would
amount to 8850,000, as already
agreed on by both Houses. Fur
thor Mr. Damon boliovod that the
United States market shpuld bo
cultivated. Ho had recoutly sold
Hawaiiau bondB in San Francis
co and Now York. Ho wanted to
boo them quoted in thoso cities as
well as Boston daily. When this
was dono thoro would be a bettor
demand for them and moro oppo
sition among buyers with conso
?iuent bottor prices. Lot tho ro
unding bonds go to Europe by
all moans, but koop this 5 por
cont loan at homo or in tho
Tho act concerning tho remis
sion of postago on letters from
tho Leper Settlement passed
Tho Act to incroaso tho duty ou
sako and other similar wines not
mado from tho grapo, together
with tho report of tho committee,
was taken up on second read
ing. A discasssion ensued, lasting
about an hour, in which Mr.
Damon answered a number of
questions put to him by Sonutors
MeCoudless aud Baldwin. The
whole subject of refunding, inter
est, commissions, etc., was freely
talked ovor. t Iu fact tho Seuato
was in commiltteo of tho whole on
tho bond bills, although no motion
to that effect was mado.
Tno mouibers boing somewhat
in doubt about the provisions of
tho bill, consideration was de
ferred. Bocess to 1:30 p. ni.
Ninetieth Day, June 2nd.
HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES.
A communication from tlm Vma.
idont was read, extending tho
present Bession of the Legislature
for a period of not over ton days.
Tho judiciary committee by
Bep. Kaeo submitted a substitute
bill for tho Seuato bill to provide
a punishment for using postago
stamps over again.
Rep. Rycroft presouted tho 10
port of the committeo on public
lauds on 8onato bill No. J5, re
lating to Kapiolani Park. Thoy
"approve of tho purpose of tho
bill, which ia to exchange certain
lands with Mr. "V. G. Irwiu and
to make Kapiolani Park a perma
nent public park under tho con
trol of a Board of Park Commis
sioners," and therefore recom
mend tho passage of tho bill.
From tho same committee a ro
port was presentad on tho Senate
bill relating to public parkB in
the district of Honolulu. The
object of tho bill is to placo
Thomas and Emma squares undor
chargo of tho Commissioners pro
vided for in tho Senate bill, aud
tho committee recommend that
tho bill pass.
Tho Senate bill rolating to Ka
piolani Park passed second read
ing; also tho Sonato bill relating
to public parks.
Tho bill to provide for tho
recording of final judgments aud
decrees affecting tho titles to
laud passed third reading without
a negativo vote.
Tho Houso bill to amond tho
law of 18G8 rolatiug to tho timo
limit for suits against estates of
deceased persons passod second
reading without discussion.
A communication from the
Sonato reported tho action of that
body on tho wine tariff bill and
cortain items iu tho appropriation
Tho bill rolating to tho manu
facture and storage of wine of
Hawaiian production was read a
first timo by titlo and referrod to
tho committeo on commerce
Tho Sonato bill rolating to
wheel tires was read a firBt timo
by titlo and referred to the com
mittee on public lands.
Adjourned at 11:10.
Pooplo booked to leave iu tho
S. S. Australia tomorrow for San
Francisco aro tho following: John
Borgstrom, F. M. Crano, Miss B.
Weight, Miss K. Vido, E. L.
Broyton, O. K. Lewis, A. Garton
borg, O. Q. Traphagou, W. R.
Castle Jr., Miss Patterson, Father
Ennora, A. Young, Mrs. Young,
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Damon and
family, Miss Young, Mr. A, Caro
Bonmoso, Mrs. A. Horner and
child, J. W. Mason, Dr. Yot Sot
Sun, O. Isonborg, wife and 5
children, Mrs. A. L. Lowroy, Miss
N. M. Lowroy, W. G. Smith, Miss
"Winter, Mrs. J. B. AYilBou, 0. A.
Brown, E. S. Swan, P. Neumann
Jr., W. H. Cowan, B. F. McCul
lough, Madison Jonos, Mrs. Bal
aton, Mrs. Hayes, C. Wobb-How-ord,
Mr. Bartis, D. K. Minor.Mrs.
H. Fooko, Miss J. Minor, Miss F.
Huffmann, Mrs. Kilburn, AY. M.
Giffard, P. H. Duryoa.
Price 5 Cents.
STitAjfOE he.v rrxcr.s.
Onlj One Ilfnlhen Amuns ftvvrm
. Judge Campbell officiated as
I Sunday school teacher a part of
. yosloiduy, and a fow minutes this
I morniuR. Last Sunday Officer
Thomas and posso picked up a
gang of hoodlums n tho Mission.
They wore distuibing llio church
poople on their way homo from
worship nnd Miitig thonist-lvos
general uttmincu. Yoalord.iy wIipji
thby woro biought into court hit
Honoi asked tho officers what
they woio doiug. ,
"Thoy were swearing and cut
ting up in gonoral," roplU-d Offi
cer Thomas. Turning to ikfxlo
fondants the Judgo sternly ad
dressed thorn thus: "You ought
to be ashamed of yoursolves, run
ning abnut on tho stroota on Sun
day and swearing liko a band of
"A SuilditV-SCllOnl wna llin n I ,.
for you. I tell you what I am
going to do with you follows I
am going to koop you in jail until
you cm repeat tlm Ton Coram md
monte How many of you can s.ir
Tho court didu't oxpoct to sue
a hand laised, but scarcoly had
tho words left his- Houor's lips
w"en evory lntnd, ,suve one, was
lifted. Sammy Gibson, Joe Mur
nhy, John Gibliu, John AYalsh,
Frank Hughes and Johnny Mc
Lood worn each in thoir turn colU
ed up boforo tho beuch nnd made
to repeat tho Commandments and.
then dismissod, after somo sharp
oautiomng. Johnny Mulvaney was
not WOll enough un nn Snrintnm
to quote them, and ho was ordor-
eu locKen up until lio could learn
thorn. Last nicrlit in i.nl lin tifmli.
ed his lesson us3ignod by the
Judgo nnd thfa morning camo into
court anu ropouod tno Ten Com
mandments word for word.
"Yda cu n go now," remarked
tho court, after the little follow
hud finished the l.iBt verse, und
ho scampered out of the court
room. S. P. Chronicle.
Sew Furniture Ntoro.
Ordway and Porter commenced
moving into tho now AYavorly
block today. They will continue
doing business at tho old store
during tho month nud will opoa
tho now ono on July 1st. These
two young mon composo ono of
tho strongest and most energetic
firms on tho Islands. Beginning
in a very uiodorato way thoy have
oxpanded thoir busiuoss until to
day thoy carry tho largest aud
handsomest stock of furniture
ovor soon horo. In thoir now
storo thoy will occupy three
floors, covering nearly 10,000 foot
of floor spnee, ond will koop con
stantly on hand o complete stock
of everything in tho liuo of furni
ture, upholstery and housohold
furnishings, rugs, carpota nnd
brio a brao in profusion.
Police Court Ifeini.
In tho caso of Mongos, chargoU
with being a gross cheat, a nolle
pros, was entered.
O. Haolo pleaded guilty of steal
ing a ailvor watch on Fobruary
25th last and was sentenced to
bovou months' imprisonment al
LouiB Arnand wob found guilty
of using profauo language and
finod 81 and 83.50 costs.
Quai Long was found guiltyof
having opium in possession and
fined 850 and costs.
At tho Hawaiian Circus tonight
n graud now program will bo pre
souted. Now features havo been
in rohearsal Binco Saturday night,
whon an immensa concourso was
delighted throughout. Tho cotn
po,uy has shown groat improve
ment at ovory successivo appear
ance. Corao and hoar Mr. Row
ley's exquisite fun and Bob Scott's
quaint humor. Nora Martin will
thrill thoaudionco with hor breezy
songs. All tho roBt may also bt
depended on. to act well timir
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