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"With. which, is Incorporated the "Independent,"
IT NO. 49.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 15. 1895.
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"Wltb which Is Incorporated tho INDEPEND
ENT. Hawaiian Conyrinht by A. V. Gfaii,
Juno 22, 1805.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
0AHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.
FKOM AND AFTEK JULY 5. 1895.
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" Ewa Mill
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" Kwa Mill
" Poarl City
On Saturday ami Sunday iilfjlits. Kwa Mill
Passenger Train will arrlvo In Ilonolulu at
5:55 Instead of 4-55 p. in.
Freight Trains will eiirrj Seeoiid-Clnss Pas
G. P. Denison, F. C. Smith,
Superintendent. (ion. l'a. fc Tkt. Agt.
H. HACKPEIiD Cs CO.
General Commission Agents."
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets. Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
IMI-OIITEBB AND DEALERS IN LUMBEIt
AND Alili KINDS 01' BuiLDINa
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANDrAOTDRiNa JeweiiER and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Swun Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Biubs and Lead
Mnnliinnrv nt Emrv Descrintion Mado
to Order. Particular attentiou paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex-
ecutod at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BKOKEK
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Heal
Estate and Furniture.
) ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Liunbor and Coal
and Building Materials of all
kinds. , ,
Quoon Stroot,' Honolulu.
RESTORED TO HEALTH
uv TUB U8K or
Mr. M. A. Cummin, of Ynrrnvllle,
Victoria, Auatrnlla, sbjii
"About ft year ago, I had a aevcro attack
of Influenza, which left me very weak, with,
out energy, appetite, or Interest In life. Ob
taining little or no relict from doctors, or
from tho many remedies 1 ccommcndcd to mo,
I finally tried Avers Barsananwa.anti irom
that tune, I began to gain health and strength.
C continued tho treatment until fully recov
ered, and now havo very great plcasnio In
telling my friends of the merits of A) cr's Sar
aaparllla, and tho happy results of Its use. I
consider It tho best blood-purifier known."
Hna curod othors, will euro you.
Made bjr Dr. J. O. Arer & Co., Lowcll,Mat.,U.SJ.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii.
Kinau streot near Punchbowl
Two front furnishod rooms to
lot at No. 4 Garden Lano. tf
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner Kino: & Nuuanu Street, Honolulu
Olioico Liquors and Fine Beer.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
SOS Fort Stroot.
Book and Job Printer
Morokant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
CITY DRAY4QE Co.
W. F. SHARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining H. Hackfold &
Co., Fort street. Gonerul Cart
ing and Drayngo Business done.
HO YEN KEE&CO..
0.1. aT-u.-u.an.vi. Street.
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc.. Etc
Orookery and Glassware.
Aloha Bath House.
Next to Marino Riilway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises,
Mrs. J. H. Reist.
my 16- Ti
jimmy itoumrrson vktitioss
POlt HIS MAGIC NALAKY.
The Laud IIIII on IU Third ncadluglti
tlio Sonnte U'lint H as Done In
Twentv-riFTJi Day, July 15th.
Tho Sennto wns called to order
by President "Wilder nt the usual
hour. Prayer by tlio chaplain
was followed by roll cull and read
ing of the minutes. Senator
Brown, the only absentee, arrived
Communications wero received
from the IIouso stiting that the
joint resolutions relating to the
fresli meat trade and tho auditor's
office hud been pa!?od ; also that
tho Hilo E'f-etric L g t Bill, tho
Honolulu Electric Railway bill
and the bill rolntii g to tho with
drawal of kerosene had passed
the final reading.
A petition was recoived from
J. W. Robeitson, ex chamberlain
of the ex queen, claiming $2750
back salary. Tho petition cites a
decision of tho Supremo Co rt
that hisofh'ce is non-political and
tho fact that ho performed tho
dutios of his oflico until tho re
cognition of tho Republic of Ha
waii by tho United States, that
2750 remains of the appropria
tion made for his salary and tho
further fact thut he wants it and
wnnts it badly. Tho petition was
roferred to tho Judiciary Com
mittee. Tho report of tho Labor Com
mission on "Tho Additional Agri
cultural Laborers Required" was
distributed amid smiles. Sonator
Brown arrived too lato to make
any remarks thereon.
Act No. IB in relation to mo
tions for now trial was read a
second time and refcrrod to the
A petition was recoived from re
sidents and tax - payers of the
district of Hamnkua asking for an
appropriation of $5000 for nocos
sary roads and bridges. Referred
to tho committeoon Public Lands
and Intornal Improvements.
Tho Land Bill then came up on
its third reading.
Senator Brown moved to strike
out of Section 2 all that portion
concerning town and building lota.
Minister Damon moved to
amond Seotion 17 by inserting a
provision thut tho Land Com
missioner should havo no power
tolotso tracts of hind greator in
oxtont than ltlOO aoros. In sup
port of the amondmont Mr.
Damon statod that tho mittor
had bean considered in tho Exe
cutive Council and that President
Dole was highly in favor of it.
Senator Baldwin argued that a
sufliciont safeguard was already
provided against largo sales tit
low prices, as all tho actions of
the commissioners wero subjoot
to tho approval of tho Exeoutivo
Council by tho terms of tho net.
Minister Damon replied that
the whole spirit of tho act was to
render it impossiblo for large cor
porations or oven individuals to
obtain possession of largo tracts of
land by any
moans anu citcu tuo
condition of affairs in Australia.
Ho wanted tho power to lease any
tracts over 1000 acres in oxtont
tukou not only from tho Commis
sioners, but the Exeoutivo Council
also. Thoro was too much land
monopoly hero already.
Sonator Brown arguod that tho
amondmont might defoat its own
objoot, as people would tnko up
the choice lauds and tho worthless
onos would bo uma'ab'o at any
prico. Undor tio pn posed law
peoplo would take the good with
Senator MoCandless heartily
agroed with tuo tainistor of
Tho amondmont wiscarriodby
the following v to:
Ayes Lyman, Northrop, Not
loy, Hornt r, McCandloss, Water
house, So' midt, Wright, 8.
Noes Hocking, Baldwin,
Brown, Rico, Wilcox, Kauhane,6.
When soction 28 was reached
Sonator McCandloss moved to
amend by making it compulsory
on loaspholders applying for land
patents to surronder tho balance
of their leases at the option of tho
Commissioners. Tho amendment
was' lost bj a tio vote, presidont
Wilder voting no.
Sixty sections of tho Act wore
road when tho Senato took n ro
cess to 1:30 p.m.
The Senate resumed its sossion
at 1:30 and the further reading of
the Land Act continued.
When Sectio i 80 wus reached
Senator "Watorhouso offertd throe
amendments concerning Olna
lands and tho improvements re
quired thereon. Considerable dis
cission ensued over those amend
ments and it being intimated
that others wore to como
the section was roforred b.ick to
tho Special Committee.
Senator "Watorhouso offered to
amend Section Si by making tho
prico of Olaa lots at $ 6, $-1 and $3.
Sonator Baldwin mo od to rofor
back all Sections from 80 on to
the committeo. Carried by 8 to G.
Tho Senate then took up Act
12, to facilitate tho construction
and maintenance of telegraph
cables in tho Pacific Tho bill is
on its second roadingand is being
road soction by soction.
Tho Ho so mot at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Haia was granted loave of
absenco from Wednesday for tho
rest of tho week.
The bill to regulate tho acqui
sition of rights of way ovor tho
lands of others was takon up for
Mr. Robertson, who introduced
tho bill, said its intont was to givo
effect to Article 12 of the Consti
tution. bomo verbal amendments wero
mado, including tho changing of
"Crown" to "Public" Lands.
Tho bill passed and was order
ed to be read a third timo tomor
row. A communication was recoived
from tho Labor Commission, con
voying fifty copies of its roport on
'Tho Additional Agricultural
Mr. Robertson on bohalf of the
Judiciary Committeo introducod
an act extending the terms of cer
tain liquor dealers' liconses.
On motion f Mr. llanuna rulo
No. G of the Uouso was reconsid
ered. The mover thought thut a
Sonate bill when passed by tho
House did not require to be
certifipd baok to the Senate by
tho Snoakcr and Clerk of tho
Houso, but should only bo bund
ed over to tho committeo on puss
ed bills to bo prosented to the
President for his signaturo.
Mr. Richards hold that tho Pre
sidont should havo some notifica
tion that tho bill had paBsed tho
Mr. Robertson asked if tho rule
was not defective in failing to
provide for such notification.
Mr. Richards thought it did
mnko suob provision.
The discussion ended in nothing.
Shortly before 11 o'clock the
House adjourned for tho day.
Too Stars and Unknowns will
play on Saturday.
Largo Plantation ItnUlnc the I,n--cloua
Vrult In !Kwn DUtrlct.
Mr. Smith, latoly from Anatri
lia, is now minagor of tho Poarl
City Fruit Company. Ho is a
practical horticulturist and good
results nro expected fivm his man
agement. A largo lot of Eoed
pinos has lately boon importod by
this company from Australia. Byr
tho last southbound steamer at
trial shipment of pineapples woe
mado to tho Colonies, in hopo ofT
a market thoro in tho autipodoam
winter. Limo trees planted along
the fences on this plantation
show a healthy growth, und wili-l
doubtless beforo long be a valu
able source of profit.
Mr. McLean , manager of the
Tropic Fruit und Fibre Co., Pearl 1
City, is planting a largo quantity
of seed pines raiBod on tho com
pany's plantation. Tho ripo nnd i
ripening pineapples on this estate
are of largo sizo. A lot of the sisal
fibre plunt is being transplanted
to unplowod land, and its place
boing filled with pineapples. Tho
sisal is almost independent of
moisture, growing luxuriantly in
dry soil without irrigation.
Carl Willing is bringing the
"Woodlawn Fruit Co.'s pineapple
plantation into a very promising;,
These three plantations aro ad
jacent to each other on the ridge
overlooking Poarl city railway
station and commanding a splen
did view of Pearl Harbor. J. L.
Torbert raisos pineapples on his
homostoad lot in tho middle
front of tho serieB. "With a gar
donor's care ho gets fruit of fancy
sizo and quality.
Messrs. Kidwoll, Gallagher and"
associates have a pineapple
plantation near the railway be
tweon Poarl City and Ewa Sugar
Plantation. Close to tho track
in front of tho estuto the cannery
is orected and is now in operation,
putting up tho fruit in tins for
exportation in a preserved state.
I.N THi: HIGIIUK CO OUTS.
Somo Itlnttom Gleaned In the JnUl
James A. Low has beon ap
pointod administrator with tho
will annexed of the lato Thomas--Nowoll
of California, under $-1000:."
bonds. His sureties aro Paul
Neumann, Jus. F. Morgan, F. B.
McStookor and "W. F. Allen.
Plaintiff has filod exceptions to-
Judge Cooper's decision sustain
ing tho deraurror in the case of.
Edma Genevieve Troussoau vd. B.
Gartwright nnd H. E. Mclntjre,
executors of tho estate of tho late
A motion by defendants for
distribution of procoeds of com
missioner's salo has been filed im
Nahaololua and others vs. Ka
aahu and others.
Miriam Kalua potitions to ber
appointed administratrix of the
estato of her lute husband, D. "W.
Kalua of Moiliili.
S. K. Kino, guardiau of Keahcw
and Piilani, minors, Iioh rendered'
his account, showing receipts of."
$321.75 and expenses of $8G.45.
A divoico case, in which both
partios aro Chinoso, is on the
calendar for the August term. It
is unusual for Chinese to resort
to the courts for tho settlement of
To i:xempt Cannlgre-.
Tho act to oncourage new ngri- -cultural
enterprises exempts from
taxation and import duties for the
term of ten years from tho d ite or
ita passage, all oanaigre and fibre
crops, and all preparations and '
extracts of oanaigre and all vege
table fibres producod in this
country; and all mills, machinery,,
appliances, tools and buildings,
used exclusively in tho caro, cul- -tivation
or preparation of cauaigrt..
and fibro plunts.
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