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THE DAILY lirLLKT M WW tr, 1895.
BY AUTHORITY. JCHIC!
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CABLE ITEM LOST.
'IIh Shim tots From lis
No Agreement Cojld B hVachfO In
hi tho Suiiatoon March t tho pro
pocd appropriation of 5"iOO,lXK) for
a Hawaiian cable was tliscuscml.
Mr. Morgan r'ad extract (mm a
m"Nage of President Cl.vulaud in
18S0, in which ho haiil tho import
ance of telegraphic coiiuiiiiuication
between tlio H-.waitau Mauds ami
tho United State hutiM not bo
overlooked. Rwfemug to this, Mr.
Morgan said that meant that Con
gross was to pass a law to tcconi
plih this purpoe. If the Govern
ini'iit had tho constitutional power
to spend Government imjiiey mak
ing a surwy for the cable why could
it not Iny a cable? In the course of
his argument Morgan quotiontd
whether any citizen of Hawaii might
be induced to "wear I he togi which
pome men in the Senate disgraced."
Morgan closed at 12:15 a. in.
lJlaekburn's mot ion to recede was
defeated 27 to !J2 Hiid tho bill was
sent back to conference.
The full vote was:
Ayes Hate, Borry, Blackburn,
Br ice, Gall, Cameron, Cockrell,
Daniel, Fnulkunr, Gibson, Oordou,
Gorman, Gray, Harris, Huutouj
Jones of Arkansas, Lindsay. Mo
Lauren, Martin, lVcoe, PeuVr,
Pottigrow, Wau'om, Itoacb, Smith,
Vilai and Walsh-27.
Noes Aldricli, Allen, Allison,
Burrows, Butler, Cameron, Clnud
ler, Clark, Culloui, Dubois, i'rye, (
Gallingor; Hale, llanshrotigh, Haw
ley, Uiggiu, Hill, Lodge, McMilliu,
Maiideisou, Mitchell of Oregon,
Morgan, i'erkiin, I'latt, Proctor,
Quay, Squirt, Stewart, Teller, White
Wilson of Washington and Wolcott,
In announcing the pairs on the
Hawaiian cable, Blackburn stated
that Sherman had told him he would
vote to recede, us lie did not believe
that either house should coerce thoS
On the following day Senator
Blackburn presented another con
ference report on the diplomatic
ntnl consular appropriation bill,
stating that no agreement had been
reached on the Hawaiian cable, and
there was no prospect that the
House would over yield. Tho bill
would fail, ho said, if tho Senate
p-rsiMeil, iu the vote about to be
taken, iu keeping tho cable appro
priation in the bill. Ho behoved
also that tho bill was doomed to
failure even if the two houses ac
quiesced iu tho item.
Hawley quickly asked if it was
meant to intimate that tho Presi
dent would veto the bill.
"I am not able to say," replied
Blackburn, "that the President
would veto it, but I know that if I
wero tho Presideut I would veto it."
Blackburn warned the Seuato that
another insistence ou the cablo then
might mean an extra session. Ho
thoiiglU. perhaps that this might be
desirable, al ho believed it would
show the uext Congress as helpless
iu dealing with tho financial ques
tion as this Congress had been. Ho
moved that tho Seuato recede from
tho Hawaiian cable amendment.
Whito(D.; of California announced
that he had heretofore mipported
the cable item, but he now felt com
pelled to change his vote.
Blackburn's motion to rocedo on
tho cable item was then put to a
voto and carried without a division.
The conforonco roport ou tho diplo
matic aud consular bill was then
At tho Hotel.
Tho government band will give a
concert at tho Hawaiian note! this
evening, commencing at 7:!50 o'clock.
Following is tho program:
Ovorturo Morn, Xoon nnd Nlgl;
ailseri-ro 11 rroviuore . ,
Cunii't Solo Uumombrniiue of
(now). .. ...
M r. Ch. Krenter.
Echo l'iece-Xi'nr mill Afnr
I'antftala On tlio Mlllstrfiim
Witlta JolJy (llrlB
Mechanics' Homo, comer Hotel
and Xuimmi streets, lodging by day,
week or month Terms: 20 and 50
cents per uight; il and J1.25 per
r- UAV .'.C 'V. 'u'
il. I Chcnvront
15 Yoar3 With Salt Rhoum
Hood's Saroaparllla Cavo a Porfoct
"C. I. Hood &Co., Lowell, Mnss.i
" Hood's gArsaparilln Is nn excellent modlctna.
I had eczema In my left Ice (or fifteen years.
Tart of the time my le was one mass of scabs,
and about eery week corruption would gather
under the sklu unJ the scats would slough oQ.
Tho Itchlnjjnnd Burning
sensation made mo stiller Indescribable agonies.
I spent a great deal of money fur different rem
edies but did not get relief. About n year ago,
leadliiK I'll) slel ins nihlsed mc to tako Hood's
Harsaparllla, 1 did so aud liavo taken five hot-
tics. Now nil the sores, scabs and pain have
vanished ami lam enjojlng perfect health. I
think Hood's Sarsaparilla Is second to none and
gladly recommend It to nil suffering humanity."
I. L. Clir.uvnoNT, Leonard, Missouri.
Hood's Pills act easily, jet promptly and
eOclently.ou the liver and boweti. 2Jc.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Agents for the- Kenubllo of Hawnll.
Styeral Cutties t Horento Mils.
FOR SilE ON PASY TERM ?.
llouw Ui's, IU in ii's from I'.-sl Olllct?, on
mid near KIiik Strvrt, t f w steps
liyinil tlio Kan fli m-lia
t- ThN ollVrs n k' I cliince to s"ciiro
Houioitciiils t inuoruti jirlcos W'l'linn
te-xatloii HSHireil In the near future, n
H uu Lot o nrir tlio Inislnpss ft-titer
form nno of tlio mu't ilei-lrnblu Invest
inuiiin for a mull Mini of money.
i. torpor tfo i or nnyono del'liiR
to Invcit In I.arKO Tract of Salinrliin
Iiml eau 'k! ni'coiniiio'luteil nt rcatmmhlo
llnuro.t wlili Truo a of from S, 10 to do
15- l.aiul on tlio other I-'nnili, ()
Tracts Miltulilo for it Dairy, Hon Itanoli or
Colleo mill SIkuI i'lniitntion for snlo or
lea so. Kniiitlro of
12.'-:!m K. Jl. NAKUINA.
Wall Paper !
Wo li'tvo Jiift ltecelved direct from
Now York tlio
Kvcr liroitKht hero at one time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
Applications for tho purchase of
Wood, Dressed or Undressed Stouo,
Coral Hock for road making and
Kahaako Salt from tho Bishop Es
tate can be mado to Vm. Mutch,
who is authorized to receipt for tho
S. M. DAMON,
Honolulu, March 8, 1895.
1 282-1 w
WA NTKI) - A S M A RT I'. X K UO ET1 0
man, who is not afrnld of work, to
enter nn Importing House iu Honolulu,
hnvliiK a pood coiuicutlon and which U
unliable of bcliiK extendi d. Preference
will be given to ono nnninlnti'd ou the
lslnmK All commimluntlons will bo trrnt
cd ns strictly conlldentlul, and returned If
doslred. A uoud llvlin; salary (tuurnutced
or an Interest in the Imslncb.s, Must have
soiiih capitul, Principals only treated with,
Kor further particulars address,
X. Y. 'A,
I'.'MJ-tf Dui.i.i.KTiN Otllc'eHouo'fiilu.
X Family Driving
Horse, formerly owned
by John V. Howler, Is
i now for sale. Insneu-
I lion and tonus nuiv be bail ou apnllcnt'on
1 to "A. 11.," care Capt. Wnrson, Jlmuited
l Patrol, Polioo Station. l'JST.lw
7 ' - ' . !'
1 .; f7
Gained in Strength
itlil for tho IiimiIIiI DniiRtilcrnf nl'rom
Incnl Lowell Trnilminniu
"My il.uiglitcr lint fur a long tlmo been
troubled villi violent headaches and sk-e-lessness.
Hho was lmlo, had no iippi'tlto,
mid tui losing llosli rapidly. 81m took
various remedies for tier trouble, hut re
ceived uo benefit until she cointnciiccd using
Ajer's Sarjaparllla. After taking half a
bottle, she) began to feel better, lira con-
tlnucl mo of this medicine, tier niu'ctltc i ro-
turned, her eheeks began to fill out and show
color, sho gained In strength, her headaches ,
disappeared, she slept better, mid nowsaji
she feels llko n new person." K. I'.Coaoi's-
iiai.1., u j,on nu, i.oweii.
Has Cured Others, Will Curo You
Mmle by Dr. J. C. A jcr A. Co., Ixn oil, Mun.,U.S.A.
Hollistcr Drug Co.. L'd.,
SnioKw f. f... lip h.t..ihteut 'nnH.
FOR INFORMATION C0NC2RNIN&
TMrAr.?ni TThiah i
lUVvOlUlvul UlliUlla j
Cur CAM. ''. OK AMMinSS
I TJ V 1 no VO ! I
'IUXli 1I. Kj rl A O IS, ,
Olllco, till 1'ott Strcf. TWui'hono 181.
W. Vf. AHAKA.
llst, Scoicb dud iinerlMB Goods.
Htyle nml Kit UttarMiiPrti .
pi - i J ' '
OJOaUlIl t tttipairillg
Bulual Tflle. 66S. P. 0. Box 144.
HOP H1NG & CO.,
tt HOTEL BTKEET
Wholesale Dealers in
Ll lllltll ;i "M IliiMlg Clprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Hire, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Etc,
English And American Groceries
By Every Coast SUamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE H7. '
Regan Vapor St Pacific Gas
Engines A Launches !
THE BEST IN TBE MARKET.
Thy cauni't bi mrraosed for Uiotlve
'SEND KOK OVfALOaiJE-l
lUJJ-tf Sole Agent, Nuuann street
EXECUTIVE BUILDING, J
Hosolclu, H. I , January 7, 18U5.J
The right of WHIT OV HABEAS j
CORPUS is hereby pu?p"iidcl and !
MAUPIALLAW is iuetttttled and'
established throughout the Island
of Oahu, to continue until further !
mil ice, during which time, however,
the Courts will continue in scsiou
and conduct otdiuary hutnes as
usual, except as aforesaid.
By the President:
SAXPOIID B. DOLE.
t i i r
tho Republic of Ha-
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Coinmoucing MONDAY, March,
llh. 181)5, all liquor saloous will be '
a0vod t'0 mqBlll opon a8 per the I
. conditions of their licenses, from
'r.iJlOA.M. to 11:30 p.m. t
During such time liquors of all .
1 descriptions will be allowed to bo '
sold, providing same bo drunk on
tho premises. !
No liquors shall bo token away '
from such saloons except Beer, Alo
' Tho prosouco of any person tinder
' the iiiflunnnn nf linunr nnnii nnv i
saloon premises will cause such
8a,oou to bo immo'lintoly closed, as
will also tho violation of tho rule
allowing liquors to be taken uway.
E. G. H 1TCHCOCK,
i Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
All persons who deposited Arms
aud Ammunition at tho Police Sta
tion in response to an order to that
effect, aro requested to call and re
ceive tho samo botwoeu tho hours of
2 and If. u.
E. G. 11ITCIICOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 5, 1895.
i j , ..
All bills against tho Military Do-
partmeut contracted between Janu
ary 6 and February 15, 1895, and not
as yet prosontod, aro ordored to bo
prosoutod at tho Finance Oilico be
fore 12 o'clock noon ou SATURDAY,
March 16, 1895.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Quartermaster 1st Rog.,N. G.H.
All porsous are horoby notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
tiso firecrackers, Chineso bombs or
uuy uiuwuma wuaiuvur wiiuiu mo
i liuutB of Honolulu
a. U. tilTUIUJUUK.,
j Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
1 Honolulu, Jan. 22. 1895.
THE STANDAItD-HilEI) STALLION
And the Thorough-bred Bialllon
Are available this H'ann for n llm.tcd
number of Mares.
19 Wo alto oiler Good Pasturge by
tho month or yor. lLVJ-lw
Four givat requisites of
Men's Wearing Apparel to
he found in all the Suits
made hy Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the hest
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the hest dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Street
iU NUUANU STItKET.
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
GrJiiO. MCIN X X lfci
i Hns opened a Kirst-class Grocery Store
Ke ile.t and ! Khwi '
1 AmeriCiin and Englibii Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please nil
M- I'urcliasfs delivered to nil parts
of the City.
3Iia.t-u.al I'elopls.csa.o 257.
"SAVE T MONEY"
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc.,
at Lowest I'ossiblo Trices, and
Workmanship of the Hest.
I usfl First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer of all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Streot near Maunakea.
P. O. IJox 4M.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sis.
! Uamaiio's Heftiraralors
' JPresll Fl'llit. OystGl'8,
Salmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc.
M. T. DONNELL,
patentee and sole uanufaotureb
New Patented Poi Straioer
IM- All Orders or Communications
addressed to E. O. Hall & Son, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive prompt attention,
A Kn.3m.ily Hotel.
Per Day ; 2
BI'EClAt. MONTHLY RATES.
The Best of Atteudnnce, the Uett Ritnatlon
and the Finest Meals In the City.
T. KR0USE, .... Proprietor.