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others not employed lu the dispensary.
Sec. 18. Hofore selling or deliver
ing any intoxicants to any person, an
application must bo presented to the
dispenser, or his cleric, or his assist
ant in charge of the dispensary upon
a printed form furnished for that
purpose, nnd the applicant shall fill
the blanks, written in ink, stating
the kind, duality and price of the
liquor or other intoxicant wanted,
dated with the true date and with
lis or her name signed thereto.
Skc. 22. The price and quantity
of the intoxicant to be sold, in sealed
.packages, shall be fixed by, the Jinn
ager. All intoxicants shall be sold
at a profit not exceeding eighty per
centum, except the first year, when
they may bo sold at cost.
Sec. 23. Each dUponsary shall bo
opened at seven o'clock a. in., and
closed at seven o'clock p. m., also
closing between the hours of twelve
o'clock m., and one o'clock p. ni., nnd
on Sundays and on election clays
Unly one application by tuo same
person on the came day shall be
accepted at any dispensary, but such
application may call for any number
of sealed packages of different quali
ties and sizes. The label on each
scaled package shall name the quan
tity, quality, and kind and price of
the liquor contained therein.
Sr.c. 24. No drinking of intoxic
ants shall be allowed in or about the
dispensary or the premises upon
winch it is situated, nor shall any
person, not an employee, be allowed
to loiter about the premises.
Sec. I'D. Whenever counties shall
be duly organized, each county shall
bo entitled to one-half of the net
profits, resulting from the sale and
dispensation of intoxicants and all
fines collected within the limits of
such couuly under the provisions of
bKC, 4.5. upon tlio receipt of a
petition signed by at least one-fourth
of the qualified electors who voted at
the last general election in an' voting
precinct, the Hoard of Control shall
order a special election in such pre
cinct to be held.
The Manager shall furbish records
and ballots which shall be prepared
and revised by the Board of Control.
The ballots shall be in the followin
form and an X mark made in the
column to the right of ihe proposition
shall be an affirmative vote on the
proposition and any names recom
mended for dispenser shall do consid
ered by the Manager in making an
appointment, but ho may appoint
any other person.
(Form of Ballot)
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of any kind
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Passengers on tho steamer Havana
Irtely arriving from Cuba, are of
tho opinion that the Cubans arc not
fit for independent government. Dr.
W. C. Phelps of Buffalo, say:
"Uncle Sam must stay in Cuba.
Everybody with whom I conversed
in Cuba wants Uncle Sam to stay
there. It is only the rabble or
negroes." consisting of about thirty
per cent, of the entire population of
Cuba, who yell 'free Cuba." If they
ot their freedom some other nation
would step in and take the island
from them for debt. 1 must say that
the streets of Havana arc remark
ably good. Tho great trouble m
Cuba is that there is nothing fit to
Joseph Howard, the journalist,
'If the United States tries to
leave Cuba by next June as talked
of, they will have to get back there
nrntt.v nuiek to avert a stato of
anarchy, which would undoubtly fol
low their withdrawal. Capital is
apprehensive. There is no trade.
All are waiting. Americans and the
capitalists want the retention of the
United States troops."
Gennral Gomez visited Governor
General Wood and assured him that
the stories of unrest and dissatisfact
ion at the continuance of the United
States intervention were false, and
that ho has been misrepresented in
tho statements to the effect that he
favored an immediate withdrawal of
the United States troops and givin
Cuba nbsolute.indopeudencc. It they
withdraw now he feared bloodshed
Beyond doubt, within sixty days,
tho Cubans would be lighting among
themselves. General Gomez added
'If tho Americans withdraw today.
I would go with them."
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co.,
Friendliness o! Russia.
If a majority of people ontitled to
vote at such special election, shall
vote "No Dispensaries," then no dis
pensaries shall be established in such
precinct until expressed otherwise at
a subsequent election. And should
any dispensary already oxist such
dispensary shall bo removed. If a
majority of the persons entitled to
vote shall voto "Less Dispensaries,"
theBoard of Control and the Man
ager snail proceed to remove one or
more of the Dispensaries previously
established in such precinct. If the
majority voto be for "Moro Dispen
saries" then tho Board of Control
and Manager shall proceed to cstab
lish one or more dispensaries in such
precinct. And if the majority should
vote "'o Change, the Board of
uontroi ana Jianager snail maice no
chango until otherwise recommended
at a subsequent election.
Sec, 4j. No new liquor licenses
of any kind whether wholesale or
retail shall bo issued from the date
of the passage of this Act. Nothing.
in the Act shall be construed so as to
affect In any way the right of private
dealers in liquors granted to them by
licenses already issued, but none of
such licenses shall be rcnowed upon
tho expiration of its term. On and
from July first, nineteen hundred
and one. the day when this Act shall
I take effeqt, the Board of Control and
the Manager may If they seo fit
establish liquor dispensaries in any
place whether the local private
liconso term is oxpired or not.
The Manager may buy from licons
ed parties before tho expiration of
tho term of license anv stock that
thoy may have on hand and willing
to sou. ouch sales will be subjected
to the same provisions as enumerated
m section fifteen of this Act
Seo. 50. This Apt shall take effect
and bo in forco on and from Julv first.
liNinoteoi siururcu anu unp,
Russia did not soli Alaska because
the mouey paid for it was needed,
but to show cood will toward the
United States by withdrawing from
The frionshlp of Russia for the
United States was not shown first
during the Civil War. In the autaumn
of 1812 Alexander the first inti
mated to John Quincy Adams, then
Minister at St, Petersburg, hi
readiness to act as mediator between
tho United States and Great Britain.
The Emperor'desircd to put a stop
to a war, the management of which
at that time had been discreditable
to the United States, so far as oper
ations on land were concerned. Sub
scquently the Emperor pressed upon
Great Britain the advisability of
making peace, even when ho knew
the advice was unwelcome, tie was
tho only crowned head in Europe at
the time who had a kindly feeling
toward the United States.
The Kinau camo over a day late
this week, reaching Maulaea Bay on
The steamer Australia from Tahi
ti was several days overdue at San
Francisco when tho America Maru
It is probable now that the location
of tho wreck ol the ill-fated Rio de
Janeiro will remain for ever a mys
Tho "Motha Nelson" brought
down from the coast a large pilot
boat for use at Kahului. It is strong
ly built -and well ecuupped for the
purposes for which it is intended.
Now tho minority of American ves
scls are being made of iron and steel.
American shipbuilding has quadrup
led within the year. Tho Pacific ship
yards have increased their output
sevenfold in a single year.
The management of the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company avers that
according to their instructions, the
captain of each of their vessels re
mains in actual command even after
the pilot boards tho vessel,, and that
the latter acts only in a.n advisory
On Thursday noon, amid the scree
ching of whistles, waving of
flags and tho cheers of the
populace, tho doughty little "Leslie
Baldwin" steamed gracefully into
Kahului harbor, her now homo. She
left Honolulu at six o'clock Wednes
day morning and mado the trip with
out any mishap, although it was a
trial trip for the Jittlo tug.
She was not build for speed, but can
negotiate nino knots an hour easi
ly. Superintendent Filler, who went
to Honolulu to bring hor over,
speaks very highly of her sea going
qualities, and says that she rides
the waves like a cork. She is fG feet
in length and fourteen feet wide. Her
normal draft is four feet, but when
her water compartments arc filled,
she draws live and one -half. The en
tire vessel is built of iron, and is
equipped with electric lights and u
strong search light. A dainty little
lifeboat forms part of her equip
She will be used principally to
handle lighters, and will do some tow
ing. She will prove a very great
convenience, ana win greatly expe
dite matters in tho way of handling
freight and passengers. Her engines
are 100 horse power,
Capt. Lane, formerly of the S. S.
"Maui" will bo captain and John
Evans will be engineer. They, with a
steorman and two sailors will con
stitute the crow of the "Baldwin."
125. $40, $50
Chain less $73,00
Tho Milwaukee Patent Puncture- l-rooi 'tiros, caoio Agency
and only-place where tho guaruntco on these tires am be filled is titt
alley's Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd.
bailey's MSSo Cyclery
Forthe morgan & W rig; hi H ?.el Tires.
If you wish to
keep your papers in order, either in tho
office or at your homo, buy one ol MACEY'S DESKS. Thoy uro
cheap, as we .sell thorn at San Francisco 'pricos, at the same time
elegant mid durable, and thoy will savo you much timo nnd
A whole carload arrived on tho "Wrestler" of which several
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Styles unci gruuus my iiuuiiuy uu i;.uiiuihuii, vjuu iiuu u luuui.
Vessels in Kit--Kahului
A Twcnty-Jlrst Century Journul.
Tho publishers of the Cleveland
World recently issued a paper pur
porting to give the news of Jauuary
1, 2001. She phonetic system of
spelling is used throughtout this al
leged twenty-first century journal,
and among life leading news articles
are au account of the opening com
munication with Mars, a story of tho
robbery of an airship express by
bandits who froze the messenger to
death with liquid air, the description
of the execution of a "murdress" by
vaporization, and a recital of discov
ery in tho ruins of abandoned Cincin
nati of several barrels containing a
curious, foul smelling liquid labeled
beer. Minor irems chronicle the in
tention of "Mine. Sarah Heartburn"
to make a farewell tour of America,
tho death of a woman who onco
rocked George Washington to sleep
in his cradle, and tho fall of workman
from tho ninety-sixto floor of an office
Am. Ship Charmer, John Slater,
from Ladysmith, B. C. coal.
Am. Schr. S. T. Alexander, Ipsen,
from S. F. merchandise.
Am. Schr. Dora'Bluhm, Seymour,
from S. F. merchandise.
Am. Schr. Mary Dodge, Olson
from Tacoma, luinbor.
Am. Schr. Lyman D. Foster
Killmnn, from Now Castle, coal.
Am. Schr. Motha Nelson, Christt
ansen, irom iionoiuiu.
March 2."). Am. Schr. Motha Net
son, Christiansen, 4 days from Hono
March 27. S. S. Claudine, Parker
March 28. K. II. R. Tug "Leslie
Baldwin" from Honolulu.
March 30. S. T. Alexander, Ipsen
for P. wit'.! 20,200 bags sugar.
March 110. S. S. Clauaine, Parker
Coloring Flastcr Eggs.
Easter eggs can be colored with
aniline dve. It should bo diluted in
tho proper shade and tho eggs boiled
m it. Green, the color of hopo and
resurrection, is particularly appro
priate, but a variotv i6 pleasing red,
pink, blue pale yellow and purple.
Eggs can be boiled hard and painted
m water colors with a smglo spring
ilowor, as a primrose or a buttorfly,
also a symbol of resurrection. Thoy
should bo arranged in nosts of moss.
Gorman children clieve that the
Easter oygs are I, il by hares, so re
presentations of this little animal are
often placed on thom, or near them.
Painted buttcrfle, mounted on wire,
can bo made to hover over them.
Honolulu PostofSicc Time Tnbl-
DATE NAME I'ROM
Mar. 1 America Maru. . .Yokohama
" 14 Coptic ban rrancisco
1G Gaelic Yokohama
22 Ainorica Maru S. F
" 2!5 Hongkong Maru Yokohama
" 30 City of Pokiug S. F
Mar. 1 Amorica Maru S. F
" 14 Coptic Yokohama:
" 1G Gaelic S,
" 1C Warrimoo Colouies
" 22 Amorica Maru. .Yokohama
" 23 Hongkong Maru. . .S. F
" 30 City of Peking. . . Yokohama
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