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"With which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 34.
HONOLULU, IL I., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. 1895.
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The SI1MGER Received
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chin'KB and EjinnoiDEiiY Work
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ho:ng tho largest number ot'aw.ud,
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more tlinn double tlio ntimhor
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XV. It. -iinllo l Cnullriiicil u .lllulatvr
to Viililnulon--A Ilcputy Aiull-
ELEVENTH DAY. JUNE 2G.
The Somite was called to order
nt 10 a. in., Pimidont Wilder in
tho chair. (Jhaplain Puck oll'erod
a short prayer. Tlio roll was call
ed, all pros-Mit except Senator
Minutes of preceding meeting
wore rend and approved.
Senator Hice from tho Printing
Coi)inittco repoitul b.iok jnintod
copies of tho act t-i t;nint a fran- I
clrso for tho lighting of Hilo by
electricity, also the timendmotits
report' d by tho Special Commit
teo on the Laud Bill.
Senator Brown took his seat.
Major Potter prosontod a nies
s.igo lnim tho Proidont nnfking
the following appointments: W.
J. (lillun to bo consul at New
castle, N. S. V., Peter Donniston
to be cousul ut Glasgow, Scot
land and Goo. R. Carfcr to bo
deputy to tho Auditor Gonoral.
Laid ovor for consideration in
Senator Brown from the Com
mitteo on Joint Rules reported
the rilles idopted. Tho samo
were road by the Secretary awl
adopted, after which thoy woro
referred to the 1'rintiug Com
mittco. Senator Baldwin stated that ho
had a roport londv from tho
Special Committee on tho appoint
ment of W. R. Uustlo as Minister
On motion of Senator Brovn
the Senate wont into oxooutivo
Minister Damon introduced a
supplementary appropriation bill,
sotting aside ifiJii.COO for internal
improvements. On motion tho
bill took its regular ordor.
On motion tho Senate adjourned
to 10 a.m. Thursday.
THE EXECUTIVE SESSION.
Tho Senate executivo sossion
lastod about an hour this morn
ing. The threo appointments
presented by tho l'lesident this
morning woio quickly confirmed,
Tho nomination of W. 11. Castlo
was tliHti taken up together with
the roport of the Special Com
iiuttoo on tho Bime, The oppo
sition tried hard to defeat tlio
nomination but could not obtain
the requisite eight votes. When
tho final voto wns t.iken and
the nomination confirmed suv
omI of tho opposition Sena
tors changed their votes, and
tiftorwards all wero pledged
to secrecy. Senator Wright made
nu olfort to have tho roport of tho
committee published but could
not succood. It is understood that
tho actual voto was 8 to 7 and that
the government only euccooded in
getting the last man this morning.
Tho voto after the changes weie
pall made stood 10 to 4. in favor of
Aftor tho usual rnutino busi
ness of prayer, roll call and read
ing of tho minutes Uop. Kamau
oha from the Committee on Joint
Rules reported. On motion tho
roport was laid on tho table mid
made tho special order of tho day.
Uop. Robertson introduced the
fd'owing Joint Resolution
"Whoreas tho system of laud
Irinsfer and registry of dcods
now in vogno in this country is
unsatisfactory and fails to accom
plish tho object intended, and
whoreas tho great uncertainly in
many of tho titles to land tends
to hindor and obstruct the devel
opment and progress of tho coun
try, Bo it resolved by the Senate and
tho IloufO of Representatives that
the President of tbo Republic bo
requosted to appoint a commission
consisting of threo suitable per
sons to consider tho different sys
tems of land transfer existing in
othor countries and make a report
thereon to tho next session of tho
Legislature with ntiob recommen
dations us to them shall seem
Aot 2a np reprinting $12,000
for thoexpons'Sof tho Legislature
hitherto pass' d, was reconsidorod
and under stispousion of tno rules
referred back to the Finance
Rep. Richards risked for in
formation about Appropriation
bills 2 b and 2o, whereupon the
Ministor of Finance askod leavo
to withdraw thorn for tho pnsont.
Rep. McBrydo was excused for
tho bal'ince of tho day on his on
Tho Hotiso then took up tlio
report of tho OjraniitUo on Joint
Rules which was adoptod with a
few minor changes, on which tlio
Committee from the House is in
structed to confor with that of
Tho clerk was instructed to
notify tho Senato that tho House
hud-uinondod certain of tho rules.
Rep. Richard called up the bill
to grant uu okctric franchise for
Hilo. but after some discussi n it
was laid over to await tho action
of tho Somite.
Tho Act to Rogulato tho Cur
rouoy was next takon up, road
the second tiino, passed, ordered
ongrossed and its third reading
mudo tho spcoial order of tho day
Attornoy-Goneral Smith stated
that two mombors of tho Counoil
of State elected by the flouso:
John Eua and Geo. V. Smith woro
ineligible on account of holding
govurumont positions at the tiino
of thoir oloctiou. Ho moved that
tho mutter bo referred to the
Nominating Committeo for inves
tigation and roport. Curried.
Senators got round earl' in tho
morning and do n little oouuubiut
ing and committeo work before
the session opens.
Strenuous iflorts w- re made this
morning to pivout the proceed
ings of the executive session fiom
Printed copios of the bill to
grant a franchise for tho Honolulu
Electric Stroot Ri.Lvay Company
wore distributed in the Souato to
day. The bill tikos up twonty
tiii: iiioiii:u ;oi;nis.
l'roreedliio' mid u Decision ol tlio
A now trial has boau nfus-d to
Kahnlanila tu-d Kilikina Hake
(i) ly tlo Supr mo Court in a
doc'sio i v i ttcn by Chief Justico
Judd. They were fined -ITiO and
$20 respectively in the District
i Court. They appealed to tho Cir-
l cuit Court, whore tho conviction
I was iiuirinod. They appealed to
tho Supremo Court, which grant-
I ud thorn a new trial. On boing
trit d a second time thoy woro again
o mvioli d.iiud this time seutunc d,
tho man to one yoar's and thu
I woman to four months' iinprlson-
. ineiit, Koboilsoii for pros- out'on;
Johns in for defendants.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday
hoard tho following cases:
Kekaula vs. Eli it and others;
spocific performance. Appeal from
decree of Judgo Austin. Kahoo
kimo for plaintiff-appellant.
Ropublio vs. I'uhu; larceny
third dogroo. Exceptions from
Judgo Cooper. Kane for defend-nnt-appelLiut.
Ropublio vs. Kilikinu Hake,
adultery. Knhooknno for prose
cution; Kaulukoii for defendant.
Thoio was no sitting this morn
ing. This afternoon the Court
heard J. H. Conoy vs. T. Mita
mura; assumpsit. Exception
from Judge Hardy. Itosa for
defendant appol'ant; Kueu f r
nt. louis :oi,i.i:;i.
l'rocrnni or till i:'iiln't Ihilcr
Following is the program of
the musical and dramatic enter
tiinmout to bo givon at St. Louis
Odlogo this ovoning, doer onoa
ing at 7 and uitortainmeut be
ginning at 7:30:
Overturc-"Callpu of Unwind" Ilolldlcu
rt. L. O. Orclicatra.
Chorus-"Snllors' Oli-o" I.ellc
S. I.. 0. Choir.
tiii: ruoHciiiuEii mint imwu i tiiuei:
acts with vioi.lv ."oi.os iu:twi:i:n act.
Solo "Ilav My 1UW
K. It. (iny.
I'otiiourrl "Kalr mid Fond" . . . . Schk-noirn-il
8. E. O. Orehi-strn.
Vocnl Solo "Wreck of thu llcupi-riis"
vonia. tkva.vto a VAiirn.
Violin Duet "1'etlto Siiirhoiile"....I)aiiela
Jno. Hnutmann mid .(no. (Jo wee.
Chorus ''01111810 01 tlio Km-" ....lli'tiuliiu
S. I.. C. Choir
Muruli "l'ostal Telegraph Quick St-rvicc"
S. E. C. (Jri'hurttni.
Tiio Board of Health is iu
session this nftoruoou.
The bind boys wero furnished
with orders f r new summer suit
Wo have just received direct from
Now York tho
Ever brought hero nt ono time.
Patterns of 1895
WILDER & CO.,
Clau0 pVeckelg Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Pnncipul Parts of tho World,
Transact a Genera) Banking,
I-IEIllIB JONK8. T. A. HIMI'SOX.
JONES & SIMPSON,
Accouutants & Cominissioa ipts.
1IOUSI3, LAND AND
CoiivoyaiiciiiK ond Liwil Dociiiueiith
DKAWINOS anp THAOLNGS .MADK.
FyTrmiHlntidiiH in I-'reneli, Ooriuiui,
HiuiiiImIi, Portiiuiiiwe, Dntcli, Italian am
lawnliiiii. llllli Colleeleil mill Acootuitr
Olllec, UOH alcrchuiilSlrcol,