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"With, -which, is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. l. NO. 50.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JULY 1G. 1895.
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With which Is Incorporated the Independ
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Juno 22, 1895.
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0AHU RAILWAYS LAND CO.
FltOM AND AFTEIt JULY 5, 1895.
1 Pearl City
' Ewa Mill
Woianao 0j44 . . . .
Kwa Mill 7:10 0:10
Pearl City 7:50 0:48
iionoium tsw. iu:.iu
On Saturday and Sunday nights, Ewa Mill
rasBenger Train will arrlvo In IIouolulu at
5:55 (nstcad of 4:5.5 p. ni.
Freight Trains will curry Second-Class l'as-
O. 1. Dknison, F. C. Smith,
Superintendent. Gen. Pass. & Tkt. Agt.
H. HAOKPEIiD & CO.
General Commission Agents.
GorFort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
and all kinds op jiuildino
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
Kukui Jowelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of ropairs.
Campbell Block, Merchant Strcot.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, (sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron. Brass and Lead
Maohinory of Every Description Mado
to Ordor. Particular attention paid to
Hhirw' BlaokamilhiuK. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
, Jas. F. Morgan.
UUCTIONKKH AND STOCK HHOKEIt
f ' No, 45 Quicn Street.
Exyert ApprniBomont of Real
TaWBafTTafTTIIaMi JtI A
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Poolers in Luiubor nnd Coal
and llulltlhiH Mntorinlu of nil
JdndB, , ,
"Quoon Btroot, IIouolulu,
Ayer -s Sarsaparilla
Mr. Geo. TV. Bnrtner, Kecxletown, Va.,
writer., na follow ,
BbortlT after leaYina; college. I was troubled
with a iVfn dlteiue which thowod luelf, Orit. at
the ankle. i'liyilelans pouounced H ectema,
and treated mo tor that complaint. The erup.
tlon erept slowly up m limb;, and on the bodr.
:.-.n .. i..iinntrf (1im whnia frame. ltaave mo
uiiui '"'r'"..v .-:r.-. i.-i- n..iHf
Infinite trouoio wun contvam uciiiiik, y.uuk jj
of dry scales, and a waxerj liquid which would
exude from nnder the icalei. I treated It for
oTer three roars nnsuecenstullr. and wai unable
to check It, until I beirnn using Ayer'a Sartapa.
rill. I used three bottles of thU medicine and
was completely cured mr skin becoming as
smooth and clear as before."
Haa Curod Others, Will Curo You
MadobjUr.J.O.AyeriCo .Lowoll.Mass .U.SJL.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Rcpublio of Hawaii.
' W TM
Kinau streot near Punchbowl
Two front furrrishod rooms to
lot at No. 4 Garden Lano. tf
8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuunnu Streeta, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Boor1.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Street,
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
SOS 3Tort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Morohant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Store. my 18.
CITY 0RAYAQE Co.
W. F, SHARRATT, Manngor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
0o., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayago Business done,
m 7 tf
4.X XTviMeunvi. dtraot,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc.. Etc
Grockory and Glassware.
Aloha Bath Housq.
Next to Marino Railway. Bath
Jug suits on huiul, Patrons
brought froo from tug-boat wbnrf
on tolophonlng No. CSS. Furn
ished rooms to lot on tho pro ml bos.
Mrs. J. n, JliiiBT.
A HEAVY DAY'S WOBK
The t,nnd Bill After nelnir Touched
Up iid Altered Finally l'aeaea
Twenty-seventh Day, July 16tu.
Tlie SiMiuto was called to ordor
at 10 u. m.
Aftor tbo nnunl proliminitpioB
Sonator Rice nf the Printing Com
mittee roported the Joint Resolu
tion in regnrd to tho liquor traffic
and tho bills making supplement
ary appropriation tho military
net and the act to proven t foot
binding ns engrossed aid ready
for further aotlpn.
Senator Brown from tbo Com
mittee on Passed Bills reported
that tho Joint Resolutions on tho
P fi roud, tho fresh meat trade
nnd tho system of. anditmg ac
counts, together with the Hilo
Electric bight act and tbo act to
Prevent the Wanton Destruction
of gunio had been presented to
the Presidont for signature.
Senator Brown from tho Judi
oiary CommitteO reported in favor
of the pnssage of the bill to change
tho location of the CircuitCoUrt
from Kau to Kailua, Hawaii, arid
tho bill to exempt canaigro and ita
firoduots from taxation. In tho
atter bill the committoe rocom-
mends that tho title be changod
to conform to tho requirements of
Sonator Lyman of tho Spocia'
Committee on the Land Bill ro
portod an amendraont to Soction
80 whicb was adopted. Tho
amendmont roads as follows:
Section 80. Any person hold
ing land individually or in con
junction with othors, situate in
tho Abupnaa of Olaa, District of
Puna, on tho Island of Hawaii,
under a Lease from the Commis
sioners of Crown .Lands (nt t re
serving ront for tho first three or
five years of snob leaso,) shall, at
uny time aftor the payment of
rent, whioh is hereby reducod for
suchjoases to one dollar por aero
annually in tho case of all looses
roserving a larger amount, upon
the improvement of not loss than
fifteen per cent of tho area of tho
land to be patented, to tho satis
faction of the Commissioners
which improvement shall iuolude
tho bona hue cultivation of coiiee
or fruit, field or garden crops, or
all or any of such crops and pay
tnont to tho Commissioners of the
unimproved value of tho premises
to bo patented according to tke
appraisement stated in Sootion
33, bo entitled to recoivo from tho
Government a Land Patent for
any portion of his leased premises
in ono parcol Within two hundrod
acros in extent and including such
improved portion, if all tho con
ditions ofsuohlenso to bo per
formed by such lessee up to such
time shall have been substantial
ly performed. Provided, however,
that condition five of such lease,
for tho purposo of making such
leaso good, shall bo deemed to
have been substantially perform
ed when improvements or culti
vation, shall have boon mado on
such premises to tho aggregate
valuo of fivo hundrod dollars. No
Land Patent, however, shall bo
issued for any portion of said pre
mises until improvements or cul
tivation to the extent of fivo hun
dred dollars in addition to the
fifteen per cent abovo named shall
have been shown to have beon
Section 81 was amended to road
in conformity with tho abovo.
Sootion 83 brought up tho old
question of tho Yttlue to bo fixed
on tho lands, Sonator water
houeo moved to amend by making
tho price of tho lots $6, $i and $3
uccording to location. Carried
by a voto of 11 to 3, those voting
against tho nmondment being Ly
man, Notloy and Wright.
baotion 90 was striokon out and
tho remaining sections passed as
in the engrossed copy.
Rofrrring back to section 21,
Senator Baldwin moved to amond
that the tlmo of notice givon to
leaseholders by the government
bo made threo years instead of
two Aftor considerable discus
sion in which Senators Brown and
Baldwin and Ministers Hatch and
Smith took part the nmondment
Tho b 11 then passed its third
reading by a unanimous vote.
Under suspension of the rules
the Attorney-Qoneral introduced
his bill relating to tho Labor
Commission. Bill road the first
timo by title. The bill repoals
Acts 4 and 11 of the Ropublio of
Hawaii and cuts down tho num
b r of commissioners to three who
are to sorvo without pay.
Minister Hatch reported that
tho Presidont had signed tho aot
allowing deputy-sherins to admin
ister oaths and act relating to
On motion tho bill to incor
porate the Honolulu Eleotric
Railway Company passed its first
reading and was referred to the
Printing Committoe to be roprint
ed as passed by the lower House
Tho Aot relating to the With
drawal of Korosono Oil from the
custom housq was read tho first
timo and passed.
Senator. Baldwin was granted
three days absence in order to go
to Maui and attend a little cere
mony that has to como off ones
in while, as ho oxprossed it.
Rocess to 1:30 p.m.
Senator Wiloox's Footbinding
bill camo up first. After strik
ing out the preamble tho bill pass
ed iti third reading.
Houso bill 11 was next taken
up. This bill ohangos tho plnco
of holding tho Cirouit Court from
Kau to Kuilua.
Sonator Hooking moved to
amend by changing tho place of
holding tho Maui Court from La
haina to Wailuku.
Sonator Horner objected to the
rnattor being brought up on such
a short notice, ami furthor that it
was a matter that did not proper
ly-belong to tne special session.
Sonator Baldwi moved that
tho matter bo roferred to a speoial
committee, Lost by a tio voto,
tbo prosidont voting in tbo nega
tive. Senator Hocking's amondment
was lost by a voto of 8 to 4.
"The bill thon passed its second
On motion the Military Act was
taken up to bo read tho third
timo. Tho bill was road through
and referred back for correct en
grossment. THE REPRESENTATIVES.
The Houso mot at 10 a. m.
A report from tho committeo on
p:ssod bills was to tho ofibot that
tho following documents bad beon
presented to tbo Prosidont for his
signature: The bill to prevont
tho wanton destruction of game;
tbo bill granting an oleotrio fran
chise) for tho town of Hilo: tho
joint resolution for a commission
to report on tho Pali road; tho
joint resolution for a commission
to investigate tho fresh meat
trado; joint resolution for a com
mission to roport on the Auditor
Mr. Roberts n submitted tho
quostion to tho Minister of the
Interior: "Jb the land ug at Ki
pahulu publio or privato, pro
( Tho bill to rogulato tho acquisi
tion of rights of' way over tho land
of othors was passed on third
The bill extonding tho term of
tho licenses of certain holders of
retail spirit licenses was takon up
for second rending.
Mr. Bond did notseo why those
dealers should bo compensated,
when they wore roported to havo
dono a sido door business when
under orders to kcop thoir places
Mr. Robortsou asked whore
such was ohargod against tho
dealers in tho judiciary commit
Mr. Bond understood that the
committee bad Btated the amount
of salos mado in the timo of mar
tial la iv.
Mr. Robertson explained that
thoso Bales woro by jobbers under
official permits. '
Mr. Kamauoha oxplaintd tho
committoe' s reasons for the bill;
whioh was doomed to afford a
Tho bill passed, to be road a
third timo tomorrow.
Tho Registration bill camo up
for second reading.
Mr. Richards movod that tho
bill bo referred to a commission,
the members of which not neces
sarily to belong to this House', to
report at next session of the Le
gislature. Mr. Kamauoha questioned the
powor of tho Speaker to go outside
of tho Honso for members of tho
commission. Ho moved that the
bill bn considered in oommitteo
of tho whole.
Mr. Ryoroft favored having the
bill go to a commission. Thoy
ought to oonsalt their consti
tuents abont tho measuro. It
was going to make a little trouble
for many people, and,, although
he was hoartily in favor of it, he
wanted to obtain tbo views of his
The motion to refer the bill to
a commission carried.
At 10:55 tho House took a re
cess of half an hour.
Minister Hatch announced that
the Prosidont had signed tho bill
restricting Chineso immigration
nnd tho bill authorizing doputy
shorifTs to administer oaths,
At 11:55 tho houso adjourned
for the day.
TO TOUCH AT UOSOLULU.
Sew Oriental Steamship Line to
Malto Till n Port of Call.
Walter Topping, agent at Port
land ef the Orogon Railway and
Navigation Company's oriental
stoamship lino, states that ar
rangements are about oomploted
to havo oaoh vesBol touch at Ho
nolulu both ways. On top of this
coast newspaper informationcomes
tho announcement by Theo. H.
Davies & Co. that tbo first eteamor
will sail bonce for Yokohama on or
about August 8.
A Now York dispitch says that
Presidont Hill of tho Gxoat
Northern road has for some time
boon preparing plans for a North
ern Paoifio steumship line t bo
established in connection with
that road and to run in opposition
to tho Canadian Paoifio steamship
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'olock
Auctioneer Lovoy will sell tho
household furniture of Mrs. P.
M. Rooney at her residonoe on
Wildor Avonue, botweon Piikoi
and Pensacola streets. 'Tho fur
niture consists of blaok walnut,
ash and oak bedroom and dining
sols, rockers, chandeliers, ioo
oliest, stoves and kitchen utensils.
A horso and carriago and a quan
tity of fernj. and plants will also bo
The Stars are alroady the fuv
oritos for Sutnrday's gamo.
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