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Evening Bulletin
"With which, is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1, NO. 29.
HONOLULU, 11. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 20. 1895.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
THE
ueiii Bulletin
With which Is Incorporated the Isdevesi)
ent. Publitthed every day except Sunday nt
00'J King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
SUilSCItll'TIOX hates.
Per Month, nnywlicro In tho Ha
waiian Islands $ GO
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Canada, or Mexico 8 00
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Countries 10 00
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out
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'charged as if continued for full torin.
Liberal allowance on yearly nnd half
yearly contracts.
Address all communications to tho edi
torial department to "Kdilor bulletin."
Business letters should be addressed to
" Managor Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 250. P. O. Box 80.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Business Cards.
H. HAOKrCtiD & CO.
Gi'.NHitAii Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
iMPOnTEItS AND DEAI.EIW IN LUMBEll
and all kinds or uuildinci
Mateiiials.
.Fort Street, - Honolulu.
THOS. LINDSAY,
MaNUFACTORINC! jEWEIiEIt AND WaTCII-
MAKr.it.
Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attontiou paid to all kinds of ropairs.
Campbell Block, - Meichant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suoaii Mills, Bon-Kits,
CooLEits, Iron, Brass and Lead
OASTINflS.
Machinery of Evory Description Miido
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notico.
Atlas Assurance Go.
OT liONDON.
ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEH AND STOCK BKOKEK
1 . No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture.
rtUm
- ROBERT GRIEVE.
Book and Job Printer
'Merchant Streot, Honolulu, II. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
c7tydeyQE -
W. F, SHARRATT, Mnnagor
Stand adjoining H. Hnckfold &
Co., Fort streot. Gonoral Cart
ing and Drnyugo Business done.
m7 tf
WM. L. PETERSON.
Notary Public, Typewriter
AND COLLECTOR.
Offic e: Ove rQoldon Rnlo Buzaar
my 13
C. B. DWIGHT,
" Does nil kinds of Work in
Comont & Stono Sidowalks & Curbing
Ho lms on hand a Iwko supply of
ChinoHO Gronito Curb uiul always keeps
Ilawaiimi Gurulnir Htono. EritlninteM
fiiven nnd lowenf. prices assured, Tele
Rheumatism
AND PILES CURED BY
AYER'S SARSAPARILLA.
Mr. W. Jckniho), Adelaide, S. A.k formerly
of Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
Vic, writes i
"For the past 3 or 4 years. I have been n
great sultcrer from rhemnatlitn and pile.
I tried all sorts of medicines. lnl derived
no roocI from tliem. t clianced to read one.
of your liooks and thought I would Rlvo
yourSarsapuiilliiHtilal. 1 did ao,amf alter
if Afc fl& IK
. "v Vjw i
Liking one liotllo I felt better, and after
taking 4 liottlesi 1 win a new man. I was
aorry I never took It before, for It vfould
have saved mo very much pain. "
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Has curod others, will euro you
Made by Dr. J.C.Ayer A Co., Lowell.Mau., U.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
l. .A.irj::R.A.r:E
BAKER
Kinau street near Punchbowl
streot ray 2 1
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
F.ACTORY and BAKERY.
F HORN.
Practioil Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
my 20.
Aloha Bath House.
Next to Marine ltiilwuy. Rath
irig Huits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. 685. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H. Reist.
my 15-1 n
H. WY $ CO;,
Wholesale and Retail
GROCERS
98 Fort Street, Honolulu
Telophonor 2U P.O. Box 470
Jul tf
NOTICE.
All subscriptions for tho Inde
pendent will bo oarried out faith
fully by tho amalgamated popor.
Tlpso who have paid for both
payors in advance will bo credit
ed in full according to tho amount.
B.L. Finnoy, business Manager
tf.'
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwino Ma
chines and EMnnoiDEnY Woiik
at tho World's Fair, Chicago, III.
boing tho largost numbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
nioro than double tho numbor
given to all other Sowing Ma
chines B. BEnaERHoN,
A gout,
ray 31 tf Bothol st,, Honolulu.
NOTICE.
DURING MY ABSENCE
from tho Hawaiian Islands, Mr.
T, Ahung will aot for mo in all
ranttors by full powor of nttornoy,
AUTONO,
Attorney-in-fact for T, All Kin,
THE LEGISLATURE.
IIO.XOIiDLU MnilCHANTH AND HUM
MESH DEPltKSSION.
Tlio Senate ContlrniK all Appointments
JBut Two -TIi o House Still Wreat-
line With the Laud 11111.
SIXTH DAY, THUltSDAY, JUNE 20.
THE SENATK.
President Wilder culled tho
Sun-ito to order at 10 it. m. und
the priicooduigrt opuin-d with
prayer by tho chupluiii.
Roll called, nil prosont but
Senators Br wn nnd l.vman.
Mittutox of prrcuhng mooting
road mid itpproved.
Secrottry Clay ro id a resolution
eduptid by tho Houfo nf Repre
sentatives asking' for a meoting
with tho cooiinitteo on Joint
R los.
Son itor Baldwin gavo notico
that he would introduco a bill for
granting a franchise for manufac
turing and furnishing eloctrio
light for tho town of Hilo.
Senator Schmidt presented a
resolution on tho part of tho mer
chants of Honolulu, requesting
that a spocial comtnittoo of throe
be, appointed to investigate and
report to tho Sonuto tho causes
which have led to tho prosont
business depression in mercantile
circles. Tho Committee is to have
powor to summon all nocoasnry
witnesses in furtherance of its in
vestigations. Carried.
President Wildor said ho would
announco the Committeo in tho
morning.
Senator McGandlosB introducod
his bill relating to vehicles, tires
and whoels.
On motion tho same was road
the first timo and referred to tho
Committoo on Printing.
Tho order of the day having
boon reached, tho Sonuto. wont
into exocutivo sossion to consider
the appointments sont in by tho
PreBidont.
While roportors wore oxoluded
from the exocutivo session of tho
Senate this morning', the Bulletin
loarus that all tho appointmonts
woro cunfirmod, oxcopt those of
W. R. Castle as Minister to
Washington and Frank Hastings
as charge d' affaires of tho legation
in that city. The former was ro
ferred to a select committor to
report at a future date and the
latter was laid over pending action
on Mr. Castlo's appointment.
Tho executive session lasted
about an hour, after which tho
Sonato adjourned till tomorrow at
10 a. m.
THE REPRESENTATIVES.
At 10 o'olook tho oponing rou
tino business was transacted.
Mr. Richards, from tho solect
committoo on nominations to tho
Council of Stato, rocommondod
the following namos: G. W.
Smith, Mark Robinson, John
Ena, A, G. M. Robortsou, D. L.
Naono.
Mr. Hanuna submittod tho fol
lowing questions to tho Minister
of tho Interior:
1. Aro thoro any lands ready
to bo convortod into homoatoud
lands immediately alter tho final
adoption of tho Laud Aot of 1805,
9, If any, rhoro aro thoy ltu-
atod?
Mr. Kamnuoha moved a sus
pension of tho rulos, for tho pnr
poeo of cnnBidoring tho currency
bill.
Minister Smith expressed bis
boubo of tho difficulty regarding
tho land law, in that it bad boen
introduced in both chambers
at the sumo timo. Tho
Houso was proceeding satisfactor
ily with tho consideration of the
land bill, and it would bo well to
haTO it complete that business
and sond tho bill us amended to
tho Sonato.
Tho motion was withdrawn.
Mr. Kamnuoha was oiled to
prosido ovor tho committoo of tho
vrholo on tho land bill.
In sootion 28, giving tho land
commissioners power to permit
the surrender of a lease, tho com
inittoe on public lands rccom
mondod a change to make tho
cous-nt of the Executive Council
requisite, i.s is tho caso in the
same section of tho origin.il bill
with rcgaru to mollifications of
leases.
Miuister Smith statod that the
matter of modifications hud caused
discussion in the sub-committoo
and had excited opposition both
in tho Exocutive Council nnd in
tho Senate His opinion was that
with thosafo(juard of the Execu
tive Council's conscut the pro
vision would be a sufo ono.
Minister Damon said if this was
a matter of private lands, belong
ing to any family, sect or com
pany, it would bo different. But
in tho case of public lands put up
at auction to tho highest bidder,
would it bo right to grant modifi
cations of tho lease to the pur
chaser after, all his competitors
had been shut out for twonty-one
yoars? It tho loose was put at
auction ngnin, after the first buyer
hud made a failure, the mattor
would bo different.
Mr. Robortsou gavo his reason
for favoring tho section. There
woro many cases now existing,
whero largo tracts of land wero
hold without being improved. If
the holdors could ho induced to
surrondor a portion of their lands
and havo it put up for competition
botween persons ivho vould im
prove it a groat public advantage
would ensuo.
Mr. Riohurds told of a case in
point, whoro the leaso holder of
a thousand acres near Hilo want
od to givo up some of it to tho
Govern meat.
Tho sootion passed as in the
bill.
Mr. Haia thought Boction 31,
giving tho commissioners powor
to eject a lossoo, without any legal
formality, for the violation of any
of tho conditions was unjust.
Mr. Hanuna considered the sec
tion all right. It kept tho law
yers from getting jobs out of tho
lotiBes. '
Mr. Robortson said Mr. Haia
sooraod tomisapprohond tho of
foot oJ;' tho sootion, It would not
proven tho lesaoo from going
into court for proteoilon of his
rights against unjust ojootmont.
Mr. Winston askod if it would
not bo woll to insert a provision
for duo notioo to be givon.
Mr, Robertson answered that
tho oomrnlttoe hid oonsldorod
that point und concluded it was.,
better its in the bill. The mutter
of. giving notico cnu&od greut dif
ficulties in furnishing proof. It
teas no more sovero a provision
than was to bo found in private
leases.
The section pnssid.
Thero was cinsidor.iblo talk
about tho line of succession in
tho c.tso of the death of a lessee.
At 12 o'clock rucoKS was taken
till 1:30 p. in.
N TES.
The open scssi'.n oi the Suniito
lasted only tnuuty mi mi ton this
morning.
President "Wildor gets through
tho business of tho Sonato with
uoutness and dispatch.
Gurdouer Groono sees that the
presiding officers of tho Legisla
ture aro supplied with a bouquet
of fresh ilowers evory morning.
The press tublo of tho House is
besieging tho sergount-at-aims
for littlo oouvuiuonctH always ul- -lowed
lrgislativo reporteis under
the monarchy.
Ex-Councillor Teuney looted,
in upon tho Houso this morning,
and thero was doubtless wonder
in his mind if tho Ropublic was
an improvement on tho P. G.
Socrotary Koola was struck
comical by the lino of succession
to land leusos, laughing as he.
labored through the uiuzes of de
grees of consanguinity. The last
relations to inherit boforo the Re
public of Hawaii uro tho grand
children of brothers and sisters.
Auatlier Moiiarcli Sold
"That ad. in yosterdiiy's Bulle
tin sold us another bicycle this
morning," said manager Hendry
of the Hawaiian Haidwnro Com
pany to a reporter this afternoon,
as he was calling tho lattur's at
tention to ono of those wheels
which whb running by electricity
in one of tho storo windows of
that firm. The outstdo pedal of.
tho wheel has boon fit tod with a
neat arrangement to which is
attached a group of nino colored,
olectrie lights which present a
boautiful appearauco as tho pedal
revolvos. This attractive adver
tisement has beon viowed by hun
dreds of dolightcd spectators dur
ng the day.
To the Public and Tourists
Any party wishing to tako a
rido around the Island, or to the
Pali, can bo accomomdatcd at a
small cost by F. Smith, tho Bub
man. At Smith's Stablos can bo
found at a momout's notico Buss
es, Wagonottos, Buggies, Saddle
Horses, etc., for hiro.
Special attention paid to Tour
ists wishing to tako in the sights
at a small faro. This is the cheap
est placo in town.
Horses broke, doublo or single;
also liorsoB bought, sold or ex
changed. For further particulars
apply to
F. SMITH,
Busand Livory Stables.
King St, botweoa Fort and Bethel.
Telophono -108. Juno 18, G-mo.
m
Basalt blocks aro boing laid on
tho Bidowals on the Ewa aido of
tho Hawaiian Nows Co'.s storo on
Merchant stroot.
Lndlos-Dr. Jaogor'a Underwonr
at vory low prices to oloeo out at.
Tracy's.
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