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VOL. I. NO. 24
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1895.
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Gkneiial Commission Aoemts.
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AMD Altli KINDS OV BuiIiDINO
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Evory Description Made
to Ordor. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Atlas Assurance Co.
ASSETS, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stono Sidewalks & Curbing
He has on hand a largo supply of
Chinese Grnnito Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stono. Estimates
given and lowest prices assured. Tele
Wo have just received direct from
New York tho
Ever brought hero at ono time.
Patterns of 1895
Prices Reduced I
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Accountants & CommissioE Agents.
HOUSE, LAND ANr
Gonoral Business Agency.
Convoyanciug and Legal Documents
DRAWINGS and TRACINGS MADE.
"Translations in French, German,
Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Italian and
Hawaiian. Bills Collected and Accounts
Office, 308 Merohant St.
MINISTER DAMON INTKO-
DUCES TII1CEI2 MILLS KH-
L.ATING TO EINANCE.
Tho New Lunil IJill Ill-ought
Up in Uoth Houses No
Tho House wus called to order
promptly at 3:30 yesterday by
Tho Comniitteo on Credentials
reported as follows:
To the Hon. E. E. Richakds, Tem
porary Chairman, Houpe of
Your Committee on Credentials
beg leave to report that they have
found the duly elected members of
this House to be as follows:
1st District E. E. Richards, R.
2d District E. C. Bond, G. P.
3d District E. M. Hanuna, A.
Pali, W. P. Haia.
4th District D. L. Naone, E. C.
Winston, A. G. 51. Robertson.
5th District J. C. Cluney, James
Davie, S. K. Halualani.
6th District Walter 5IcBryde,
S. K. Kaeo.
A. G. 51. RonEiiThON,
D. L. Naone,
E. CJ. Bond.
Honolulu, Juno 12, 1895.
Report was accepted and placed
Roll call showed all members
present except E. C. Winston.
Justice Frear administered the
oath to tho body.
Attorney-General Smith stated
in reply to a question regarding
rules that copies had been pre
pared for both houses in English
and Hawaiian, but had been mis
laid. New ones had been arranged
and were now being printed. They
would bo ready by Friday at latest.
Tho draft would assist the houses
in preparing suitable rules for
guidance. He suggested that the
House proceed to organize under
usual parliamentary procedure;
that permanent officers bo olectcd
in tho meantime. Afterward tho
House could inform the Senate
that a committeo was ready to
form joint rules. Both houses
would bo conducted under joint
Rep. Naono thought the sugges
tion a good ono, and was in favor
of going ahead.
Rep. Robertson moved that tho
House tako a recess for half an
hour and go into caucus for the
purpose of deciding on tho perma
nent officers other than tho speaker,
that official having been deter
mined on at tho caucus held in tho
morning. After half an hour's
desultory discussion the motion
finally prevailed and at 4:30 tho
Houso took a recess.
At 5:45 tho Houso resumed its
Rep. Kamauoha moved that tho
rules bo suspended and permanent
officers elected. Carried.
Rep. Hanuna nominated D. L.
Naone as Speaker, who was declar
ed unanimously elected. Tho new
presiding officer addressed the body,
thanking them for the honor con
ferred upon him. Ho had had but
little experience, and would ask the
assistance and forbearance of tho
members in carrying on the businees
of tho House.
W. L. Wilcox was unanimously
elected interpreter, being placed in
nomination by Rep. Kamaoha.
James N. K. Keola was nominat
ed for Secretary by Rep. Hanuna
and unanimously elected, as was P.
Bruce as Scrgeant-at-Arms and
Rev. J, Waiamau was elected
Reps. Robertson, Bond and Rich
ards were appointed Committee on
Secretary Keola was instructed
to inform the Senate that the House
had perfected its organization.
A communication was read from
Secretary Clay giving the list of
officers of tho Senate. Accepted
and placed on file.
The Secretary was instructed to
inform Rev. J. Waiamau of his
election as chaplain.
At G p. m. tho Houso adjourned
till 10 a. m. this morning.
President Wilder called the Sen
ate to order promptly at 10 o'clock
Chaplain Peck offered a prayer.
Roll called, all present.
Communication from tho Houso
of Representatives read, announc
ing that tho House was organized
and ready for business.
Minutes of yesterday's proceed
ings were read and approved.
Representative Richards as a
committee of one from tho House,
reported Concurrent Resolution No.
1 to the effect that a joint commit
tee of ono from each House be ap
pointed to notify tho President that
the Legislature is organized and
ready to rcceivo any communica
tion from him. Senator Brown
moved that tho Senate concur in
said resolution. Carried. Presi
dent Wilder appointed Senator Ka
uhano as tho Sonate Committee.
The President reported that ho
had received copies of tho annual
reports of tho Labor Commission,
Attorney-General, 5Iinistor of Fi
nance, and Board of Health.
On motion tho Secretary was in
structed to have such blanks print
ed as wore necessary until tho Com
mitteo on Printing was appointed.
Owing to tho indisposition of
the Minister of tho Interior tho
Attorney-General introduced "An
Act relating to Public Lands."
Read by title for tho first time.
Each member received a copy in
English and will be furnished ono
in Hawaiian to-morrow.
Senator Kauhano reported that
in conjunction with Representative
Richards, the President had been
duly notified that tho Legislature
was in session.
Adjourned till 10 a. m. on Mon
day. THE HOUSE.
Promptly at 10 o'clock Speaker
Naono called tho Houso to order.
Chaplain Waiamau offered up a
short prayer in native.
Tho minutes were then read, and
after being interpreted, were approved.
5Iin. Smith moved a concurrent
resolution that a committee of one
be appointed, to net in conjunction
with a similar committee from tho
Senate, to inform tho President
that both branches of the Legisla
ture were organized. Carried.
The Speaker appointed Rep.
Richards as such committee and
to present tho resolution to tho
At 10: 10 a message was received
from the Senato stating that it con
curred in tho resolution and had
appointed Senator Kauhano as a
committee to act with Rep. Rich
ards. The Attorney-General asked leave
in tho absence of 5Iinister Kinj:
through illness to introduce a bill
relating to Public Lands, and
moved that it bo read the first time
Rep. Robertson asked if tho bill
had been introduced in the Senate
and was informed that it had.
Rep. Kamauoha inquired if it
was intended for the House to take
up the bill first, to which the Attorney-General
replied that the
bill was presented to both Houses
to act on at thoir convenience.
The motion for the first reading
Rep.' Richards reported that the
joint committee had notified tho
President that the Legislature was
ready to receive any message from
him, and that he desired a list of
officers and members of tho House.
Thcclerk reported having already
furnished the same.
Rep. Kamauoha introduced a
resolution that the House proceed
to elect the fivo members of the
Council of State, there being no
other business pending.
Rep. Robertson moved to adjourn
till 10 a. m. to-morrow, but with
drew his motion at tho request of
51inister Damon moved as an
amendment to tho resolution that
a committee of three bo appointed
to select tho names of a number of
persons suitable for tho office, and
that such selections shall not bar
the Houso from offering others
when the matter comes up. The
amendment was carried.
5Iinister Dumon then suggested
that the committeo should bo select
ed entirely from members of tho
Speaker Naone appointed Reps.
Robertson, Kamauoha and Rich
ards as tho Committee.
Minister Damon presented a sup
plementary appropriation bill, and
moved that it be read tho first time,
translated and printed. ' Carried.
Tho bill appropriates $15G,250.
Minister Damon then introduced
a supplementary appropriation bill
under tho Loan Act. Tho bill ap
propriates $32,300. Ordered trans
lated and printed in both lan
guages. 51inister Damon then introduced
an Act to regulate tho Currency
Act. Tho bill is designed to with
draw the present issue of silver cer
tificates seo and if they correspond
with the amount of silver on depo
sit in the treasury. The bill also
provides for tho issue of gold certi
ficates. Read tho first time, order
ed translated and printed.
On motion tho Secretary was
authorized to provide tho necessary
blanks and stationery for the use
of tho House.
The report of the Committeo to
wait on the President was accepted
and the Committeo discharged.
Mnjor Potter was introduced and
presented the message of tho Presi
dent which was received and partly
Rep. Hanuna moved that tho
further reading be dispensed with
and that it ho translated into Ha
waiian and printed.
Tlio House then adjourned till
10 a. m. 5Ionday.
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LAND AT AUCTION'.
THERE "WILL HE SOLD ON SAT
1 URDAY. Juno '22, 1H95, at my SnlcH
room, at 12 o'clock iioou, tho undivided
ono-hnlt interest of Vonj Wn Fon in
those premises situnted tit Waikiki, Onbu,
nnd known ns Atmnn 2 in Royal Pntont
G873 to Knlnconc, containing un nrea of
1 70-100 ceres, Also those, premises des
cribed in Royal Patent 8117 to Knmolio
molio, containing rm nreti of -17-100 acre.
The Kalaeone premises being leased
to Sung Kwong Vo Co. for $50 a year,
ending November 1? 1890. Tlio Knmolio
molio premises being lensed to Y. Aiiin
and others at 20 a year.
For further particulars apply to Wong
Wn Foy nt Wing Wo Tai .t Co., or to
William O. Achi, Ileal Estato Broker.
.IAS. F. MORGAN,
Juue 12, 1895. 23-td
WO CHAN, formerly of King street,
Honolulu, Laving inado nu assign
ment to mo for tho benefit of his credi
tors, nil persons having claims ngainet
said estato aro requested to present their
claims to mo at my office, Queen street,
Honolulu, within fourteen days from Huh
dato after which timo nono will bo al
lowed. L. H. KERR.
Honolulu, H. I.. Juno 10, 1895.
WING SING CirAN, formerly of Nuu
iinu street, Honolulu, having mrulo
an assignment to mo for tho benefit of
his creditors, all persons having claims
against said estato aro requested to pre
sent their claims to mo at my cilice,
Queen street. Honolulu, within fourteen
days from this dato after which time
none will bo allowed.
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 10, 1895.
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