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TCT.THErEyENINO BDm7KTr.v: HONOLULU, H. . I., JVIiVRDW, MVY 9 1!W.
Hotels and Restaaracts,
BOARDING AND LIVERY
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
HcKINLEY SIGNS THE BILL.
THE ORPUEUil CAFE
Only White Help Employed
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
ear.VtEALS AT.. ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
Washington, Arrll 30. The President slgneJ the Hawaiian Bill at 12:40
When Hawaii was annsxeJ to this country It In J a bonded debt of aNwt
l4.oo-,co3 dr.nvhj; a heavy rate of Interest. This djbt still exists but undtr
th act sUntd by ths Pres'dent toJaylt Is to b: asumsJ by the United
States. Secretary Gag; do-s not Inien J that It sh ill be aJ Je J to the bonded
t'ebro'the Unite! States Ifltcai bj pild Immediately. Ths terms of the
debt will bi loo!J Into, anJ If they jiTinlt payment at any time the debt
will b: wiped ojt as soan as the la a- rocs Into effect In forty-five days.
Secret.ry O ir: will sion send to H1.V.1II nnney and Treasury agents to
exchns the Huv.iil in for A'ner.c in currency. The exclunge will be made
as In Porto R co. It is unJerstojJ thit th're U $1,003,003 In minor coins In
H iwali whLli will h ive to be cx.hanc.eJ for currency of this country.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Pleasant and Refreshing
Rigs'Eont to nny part of tho
TEL. BLACK 141.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
HONOLULU DRUG GO.'
HAVE THE FINEST LI.NE OF MEDIUM-PRICED
ON THE ISLANDS :
W res' ley's Carbolic Toilet ;ocens.i box
Becren's Gubollc Toilet -Go cents a b x
Colve t's Carbolic lollet Co cents a box
Roval, in Honey, Oatmeal nnj GUcerine 40 cmts a box
DahyQneen.ahnesoap 2; cents a box
Bilsinm Tolu 15 cents a bu, two fur 2; cents
In French Toilet Soap, we have Violet de P.ilinj, Peau D'EspaRne, jockey
Club, Heliotrope at 60 cents per cox
Von Molt Block,
Honolulu Drug Co.,
itHn JJSC"V JJ5S' )&' iKK- rrj"
WHIR TOW PEllf E WAE
Drink nur, water. The famous anJ scarkllm ?
"KING OF TABLE WATERS,"
Is a natural, sparkling and exhlleratlng table water, undented, and pos1
i)K suuicient meuicinii quaiit'es 10 maxe it universally used.
Iv b-Tieficlid for sufferers trom
UYSl'fcr3lA, HHtUnAIIMtl AINU aUtKI'LtbJlNtbb.
I ry a sample dozen or case.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
it uiscrioucino AQents.
& 61 I?a.one -4t.
The Ocean View Cafe
W. O'tmm hit open'd the premises at
the end of the carllne Walkikl as an
UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLORS
TEA, and COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS :-
served at all REASONABLE HOURS.
Private parlors and every convenience for
the comfort of vlsltors.l
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
! so bad for tint money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Kooms
H. J. NOLTE
FAMILY - LUNCH - ROOMS
At the oli stand
WOMAN'S EXCHANGI: B'LD'G.
Hack Stuntl No. U!2
Sayl do 70U know where 1 can gn .
nod carriage? Sure! At the Haw
tan Hotel Carriage Co.. comer Uote
ind Htctturds streets. Tell II. Not
ng but arm claB carriage and .1
FINAL WORK IN SENATE
Washington, April 23. After n brief
debate today the Senate ngrccd to tho
conference report of tho Hawaiian
civil government bill, tho provisions
relating to the right of franchise and
Imprisonment for debt having brcn
nmciulcd to conform to tho Ideas of the
Cullom presented tho confcrcnco rd
port on the bill to provide a govern
ment for Hawaii, explaining that the
principal changes made by tho last
Congress were the striking out of all
provisions requiring the payment of
taxes beforo registration to vote, and
tho elimination of the provision that a
poison may be Imptlsoned for debt or
for non-payment of taxes.
"If the conference report Is adopted "
suggested Jones of Arkansas, "tho pay
ment of taxc3 will not be n prerequi
site to voting."
"That's It exactly,' 'replied Cullom,
"and In addition, there will bo no Im
prisonment for debt."
Tillman Inquired what had been
done with the provision requiring the
I'tcsldent to npi-olnt the officials of the
Territory from among tho residents of
'Cullom replied that tho unices wot
to bo filled uy citizens of Hawaii.
AMLND THB CAULE BILL.
Washington, April 27. Senntor Per
kins tniltIV Intrnilnpnil nn nmntiflmnnft
to the Pacific coblo bill providing that
the Secretary of the Navy bo directed
to havo nn examination made of nil
American cable routes across the Pa
cific. It Is Perkins' purpose, evidently,
to secure the estimated cost by differ
ent routes and tho probable revenues
to bo derived from tho line Anally giv
en a Congressional concession.
Bpflr and Wlno Mm
HOUSn ACTS QUICKLY.
Washington, April 27. When tho
House met today tho question of adopt
ing tho report on tho Hawaiian gov
ernment bill, which was pending when
tho Houso adjourned yesterday, was
submitted. Tho icport was adopted,
139 to 54.
Tho ever popular Italnler beer 'a be
coming a household word und "will
you have a glasa of Scattlo," is mort
often heard than anything else. Tot
Criterion Saloon has tho beer on tap 01
IHPOBTBRB, AND WHOLKflALB
'iViue mil Lior Dealers,
Agnt lor III. Dottltd Rilnkr Br cf s.anlt,
No. 19 KUUAKU STltEET
Fo.t.r Block. Honolulu. Hawaiian Islakdi
P.O Bii Mcluil T.l.phom .
SONSALVEb & CO . Ltc
WHOLESALE GROOJiiib A is
'lie Olioon olnol tlnnnlnl,. I
JOJSQimatBQ iSUQd WdtrJilD.lb(
.'or nor Allen & Fort Sts.. rinnoiuii
HOLLISTER & CO.,
H. F. BERTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
Ureet. Orde.'i left at either shop, or office,
it John Nott's tore, Kin? street, will re
elve promp attention. I45l-tf
Architects, Contractors and Bnllders.
Jobbing : Promptly : Alli-nded ; To.
WA1. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Stir, (ill OfFce ritllnc.
Plini nJ Ctt'miiti TurnlihiJ.
Hotel St eet. near Rirrlanla.
i. A. Howard, J. Kobt.F. Tkaih
HOWARD & TllAIiT,
Sulle . Molcl Block. - HONOLULU.'OAHU..H.I.
P. O. Boi to). Ttlephont g
H. L. KERR & CO..
Architects and Builders
: PROGRESS BLOCK.
Go W Pe Ttl. TK
F. W. UtarJilt p. O. Uoi n
ItnAUDSLEE O PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates fumlsh
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
IJtifon utrnst. Honolulu
m NEW IMPORTATION DIRECT FROM NEW YORK.
The latent mv:lties in Wool, Silk and Wool,' and
Camel's -hair Dress Goods pl.tm c -lors, plaids,
strpe.s two toned eflccis. Wool Galeatea suuincs,
Shadier Fancies Ascol Sailings, Chelsea Crepon,
Mandatory Fancies; ail Hv iiewcst the market atiords
in suitintjs, with a splendid line of gimps, pasamen
teries, plain and fancv col jred braids in black, white
and colors, for trimming.
A complete assortment of Ginghams, from the well
known Nelson Ginuhans. at 1 yards for $1.00, up
to Genuine Scotch Z pnyrs at 2 cnts a yard, inter
mediate price beinj 10:, 12c, ljc, 6 yards $1.00,
A 2 J-inch printed 1 iwn, in all sorts of colors and
ratterns to please everybody, 18 yards for $1.00.
A new 27-inch printe I corded Lawn in neat designs
and pretty col )rings, at 14 yards for l.0J.
A new 27-inc'i printed corded cotton goods in light,
dark and medium colors, 10 yards $1.00.
Plain Colored French Organdies.
A complete assortment of all the most desi-able
evening -hades of PLAIN COLOKED FKENCH
ORGANDIES at 25c. ajord.
A new printed fabric barred, fine and sheer J 1
in. wide whi.e they last 2c a yard.
Real French Organdies.
A carefully selected lot of REAL FRENCH
ORGANDIES, a small line only, but each one
prettier than the other, fine and1 sheer, dainty
colorings, 31 inches wide, we are selling at 2c. a
Mandarin and Neptune Ducks.
A printed cotton duck in both light and dark colors,
very durable, 8 yard $1.00.
English Satin Twills.
A new cotton fabric in plain colors and printed, a
very strong and dunble g tods, ju t tlu thin .o boys'
weir, or any other wear wlure hard service h required.
6 yards for $1.00.
Is another strong, durable cotton goods, in colors,
which we are selling at 8 yards for $1.00.
A 28-inch white dimity in hair line?, enrds and
checks will be found, we bUieve, to be very cheap
at 7 yds. for $ I 00.
A new 31 -inch printed wash goods' at 6 yds.
for $1.00. y
An endless assortment to choose from in all that
is newest in dimities at prices ranging from 2J2
ck to 1 c; cts., " yards $1.00 and 2octs. a vird. .
& Besides the above there is an endless assortment of WASH GOODS to choose from,
too numerous to mention but which we will be pleased to show.
Of embroideries, laces, plain and fancy braids, and thousand and one things used in trimming
wash goods, we have an enviable supply.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.,