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THE DAILY BULLETIN, MAY 8, 1895.
MEETING OF THE COUNCILS,
Important Communication from tho
The Executive and Advisory Coun
cils held a special sessiou yesterday
aftoruoou. Iu tho absonco ol Mr.
Allou Couucilmau Tenney took the
Tho Attornoy-Geueral introduced
a potitiou for tho restoration of
civil rights to J. M. Kamakiua, con
victed of forgery in 1881, who has
siuco served his time. President
Dole stated that the Executive Coun
cil had considered the cao and ro
commended that tho petition, bo
granted and it was so orderod,
President Dolo submitted a peti
tion from tho liquor dealers of tho
city calling attoutiou to tho loss
they had experienced on account of
martial law and asking for remun
eration. Referred to the Judiciary
This was all preliminary to tho
roal object of tho session which was
to hear and take action ou au im
portant communication presented
to the Government by British Com
missioner Hawos. This was presout
od by the Minister of Foreign Af
fairs aud was as follows:
Honolulu, 1th May, 1893.
Sir: With roforouco to my dis
patch to you of tho 23d of February
last on tho subject of tho nationality
of Messrs. Rickard, Walkor aud
llowett, iu which I informed you
that 1 had decided to submit tho
whole question to my government
aud await their decision, I have the
honor now to inform you that Lord ;
Kimberly has had under his careful
consideration tho question of the
nationality of tho abovo named men j
aud has come to tho conclusion that
iu tho case of Mr. llowett tliero is
no ground on which to support a!
claim to British nationality, as ho '
appears to have madu the proper
application, given the requisite
proof and obtniuod a certificate of
Hawaiian nationality. The case of
tho other two men ha, however, '
boon viewed differently.
His lordship states that tlioydo;
not appoar to have voluntarily aud
kuowingly becomo naturalized.
Thoy are only shown to have taken
tho oath of allegiance to King Kala
lcaua and his successor, aud thoy as.
sort that they took that oath on the
express assurauco that it would not
affect their nationality and there is
no proof that certificates of natural
ization were issued to them. I am,
therefore, instructed to represent to
your govormueut that Hor Majesty's
government cannot admit that tho
Hawaiian nationality of Messrs.
Ilickard aud Walker has been estab
lished. I havo tho honor to be, with tho
highest consideration, sir, vour most
obedient, "humble servant,
(Signed) A. G. S Haweb,
H. B. M. Commissioner aud
Tho aOidavitB made by Walker
and Kickard wero as follows:
1 horuby declare upon oath that
in ordor to obtain greater facilities
Tor employment, I did, at tho sug
gestion of tho lato King Kalakaua,
sigu a document which I under
stood from the king would ensure to
uto greater privileges as a resident
iu Honolulu and as the husband of
a Hawaiian wife; but which ho told
mo would iu no way affect my posi
tion and rights as a British subject.
I had no kuowledgo whatever that
said document was the oath of alle
giance. I simply signed my name
in a book before a clerk in tho De
partment of tho Interior, aud not in
the presence of a magistrate or
momber of tho govommont.
Siguod) T. B. Walker.
Signed and sworn to the 18th day
of February, 1895, boforo me,
Thomas Rain Walker,
1 horuby declare jipon oath that
during tho reign of the lato Kiug
Kalakaua I made a declaration of
allegiance before a clork in tho Inte
rior Department; that, to the boat of
my recollection I was not sworn
uuou this occasion; that I did not
Mra. S. A. Lefcber
Holploss With Rhoumatlsm
and Without Appetlto
Tired Fooling and Pains Dlapollod
by Hood's Sarsapartllo.
" I was tn terrlblo misery with rheumatism In
tnjr hlpi and lower limb. I read to much
about Hood's Sarsaparllla that I thought I
would try It and sco If it would rolloro mo,
Whon I commenced I couM not tit up nor crea
turn oter In bed without help. One botUe ol
Hood's Rollovod Mo
io much that I wai toon out of bed and eould
walk. I had alio felt weak and tired all the
time i could not sleep, and obtained sollttlorcst
at nlKht that I felt all worn out In tho morning.
1 had no appcUto to cat anything, but Hood i
Barsaparllla restored my appetlto to that I
could eat without an distress, and I hare
gained rapidly In strength. I havo token flro
Lotties of Hood's 8ari.ip.irlH i nml I am as welt
as over." Mnt. S. A. l.r.rr.ny.n, Hossmoyno, O,
Hood's Pllla cure llrcr Ills, constipation,
biliousness, Jaundice, tick headache, lndleesUon.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd
Hole Aitonta for thn Knpnlillo of Hawaii.
yott Insnre It Is well to do so In com
ppnles wlin'n reputations hare built
upon strong foundations.
Companl"i represented by Jons M.
Dohsett (successor to the lato C. O.
Burger) have Hood nil the teats nc
ccsary to convince any one that
their capital Is ample and thu prln.
clplrs ttjion which thoy are governed,
are paid promptly and without nn
necessary ilolms. The assets of a
company Is the best proof of Its so
lidity and ability to pav losei. The
list Riven will satisfy even ''The One
The New York Life, .
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. 8. Branch.
Hartford Fire insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.,
U. 8. Branch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
1?" Policies for eithor Life,
Fire or Murine Insurance issued
in any of tho abovo named Com
panies at tho lowest ratos and on
any of tho numerous plans ad
vertised. Your putronago is so
licited. JOHN M, DOWSETT,
1200-lm Mcrohant Btreet. Honolulu.
A Chance for Horsemen
1 Latest Improved Frazler Sulky
With I'neumatlo Wheels. Also,
1 Sat Ball Bearing High Wheel.
All in First-class Ordor. Inquire of
132Uf 0. W. MAOFAULANE.
ITO YEN" KEB & CO.,
41 NllUttllU HUhmi I
Tinsmiths, Plumbing, Etc.
miOOKKHY and OI.ARRWAKR.
JOB PRINTING tnZX
Bulletin I'unusmwi Co.. Lu. Flrst-clas
Commercial Work a Specialty. Estimates
glveu. Orders promptly executed.
Did you notice that wo
made no mention of the ar
rival of the goods purchased '
for us by Mus. Fkeimann,
while on her recent trip EstV
There was a reason for it I
and a simple enough one too,
if you will only stop to think.
You knew and everybody
cl-e know that we were going
to bring something into this
market that was new and
catchy. Tliero was no n ed
to advertise it, the judicious
buyers of Honolulu watch the
arrival of our goods, they
know that if there is anything
nice to be had wo get it, in
fact that we set the pace on
New Goods, Stylish Goods,
at prices that are just right.
This week, in addition to
the regular run, wo arc going
to make a hole in our pile of
Comforters ! 1
While the counters loaded up
Colored Cotton Ducks,
Colored Cotton Duoks,
Pique, Pique, Pique,
will also bo an attractive
B. P. EIILERS & CO.
HOP HING & CO..
m HOTEL 8TKRKT
Wholesale Dealers In
Liquors and Manila Aprs
General Chinese Merchandise
SUCH AS -
Nut Oils, Illce, Matting,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Etc.
English and American Groceries
Dy Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
The Beit Lunch in Town.
Tea ami OotTee
AT ALL HOUU.
THE FINEST BRANDS 0
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS OH BAWD.
B. J. JTOIjTBj. Prop,
Regan Vapor & Pacific Gas
Engines & Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot bit surpassed for motive
WT-8END KOH CATALOGUE -W
1033-tt Sole Agent, Nuuanu street.
Real Estate and Loans
The enlargement of the LOAN Market
so es to cover the wants and necessities of
the large number of honorable people who
are not owners of unincumbered Heal
Estate was one of the most necessary Inno
vations of recent yearn. To many it has
meant relief from pressing claims at the
very time when most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted this
business is of equally great importance
1 and value to tho community as Building
i and Loan Associations have proved theni
1 selves to be.
The Hawaiian luvesimeut Go,
Makes a specialty of Negotiating and Pro
curing Loans for Borrowers who are tin
I able to discount their Notes at the Banks
! and who do not care to obligate them
selves to some friend or acquaintance by
1 asking his endorsements to their Note.
I This Company will make Loans upon
I Household Furniture, Pianos. Organs.
Horsos, Mules, Wagons, Carriages and
i Personal Proix-rty without removing tho
Property from the Borrower's possession,
and all business will he conducted on a
8TM0TLY CONFIDENTIAL BABIS.
I The Hawaiian Inttstment Co.,
, General Heal Estate Agents,
13 and 15 Kanhurranu Btrteta,
(Ni ar Font Oitice )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
ruLL mn or
Japanese '.'Goods I
Silt and CoUod Dwa Goods.
Silk, Liueu aud Crape Sbirts
-OK UOMPLKTK UTOdK
Made by Yamatoyn ot Yokohama.
MT When yoo are lu need of auy line
of Japanese Goods, give as fimt nail and
av KOlng all around town.
TTV-VFT A "NT
aoo 3Toxt St., naai Outtam SIoum
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. U. Irwin. President and Manager
Olaus Bpreckf Is, Vice-President
W. M. Olifard, Broratary and Treasurer
Thno. 0. Port' . Andltor
A0ENT8 OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK bAN fltANOIbOO. UAL.
Bell Tel. 881. Mutual Tel. 607.
P. o. BOX 321.
128 A 130 FOHT BTKEET.
Orders from the other Islands in
Building, Trimming, Painting, Etc, Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
W. W. WEIGHT, Prop.
(Baoeeisor to G. West.)
PIKRBI JOHK8. T. A. SIMPSON.
JONES & SIMPSON,
icconntaDts and Commission Agents,
HOUSE, LAND AND
General Business Agency,
Conveyancing and Legal Documents
DHAWINQB AND TKAOINQS MADE.
mBw Aiuiiaiiitiuiia .,. .vitbii ileum.,
Spanish, Portuguese. Dutch, Itallau and
Tannnlnllnnn I. Vr f.w.f.1. n..n.M
Uuwuunn, isms uonecteu aim Accounts
Office, 308 Morohant St.
O. B. ID-WIO-HTT
Does nil kinds of Work In
Cum S Stone Sidewalks S Curbing.
He has on hand a laree supply of Chi
nese Granite Curb and alwayb keeps Ha
waiian Curbing Btoue. Estimates clven
and lowest prices assured. Bell Telephone
Pour great requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 F'ort Street
W. W. AHANA.
133 XT'U.vnniVi Strt.
8nglt.su, Scolcb ud American Goods.
Style end Fit QaarauUwd.
Gleaning fe Repairing
lotoil Tele. 66S. P. 0. Box 144.
The Celebrated Bayswater Stallion
Alao tho Splondid
SPAN OF GRAYS
By "Ivanhoe" are for sale. Apply to
1301-tf Hay Horse BUblei.
C. X,. COXjX,I3fcTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Etc.,
at lowest l'osslble Prices, and
Workmanship ol the Best.
I use First-class Material of my own Im-
. Manufacturer oi an jciuus oi
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakea,
P. O. Box 400.
W. M. SMITH,
-WILL PUT IN-
Everything in tho Electric
r2 Refers to E.O.IIall &
Son, where orders may he loft.
xiittntmi' jitw wtn t
lrcuitly xtltnOM 1.
jmrtn. 'Tlphon 1S.
mnC? D A DTD Is kept on file at E. C.
lUlb rArlilV DAKE'B AdrortlsliiR
AKenoy, 01 and 05 Merchant's ExchanKe,
San Francisco, California, where contracts
I for advertising can bo made for it.