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"With, which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 01.
HONOLULU, If. I., MONDAY, JULY 20. 1895.
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Tolephono i50. P. O. Box 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
0AHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.
Fltoar AND ArTEIl JULY 5. 1895.
" Kwa Mill
$ S3 3 1-3
el "Q r-
On Saturday and Sunday nights. En a Mill
Passciijjer Train will arrhu In Honolulu at
5 55 Instead of 4:55 p. in.
Knight Trains will carry Second Class Pas
G. V. Denikon, F. C. Smith,
Superintendent. (Sen. 1'ass. & Tkt. Agt.
" nwft Mill
" Pearl City
H. EACKFEIiT) & CO.
Genhraii Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolulu.
IlIPOIlTEnS AND DkAIjEHS IN LOMHER
AND ALL KINDS OP BUIIiDINCl
Fort Streot, - - Honolulu.
MANUFAOTUniNa JeVEIjEI and WATCH
MAKER. Kukui Jowelry n Specialty. Particular
nttention paid to nil kinds of ropnirs.
Campbell Block, - - Morehant Streot.
HONOLULU IRON VOUKS,
Steam Engines, Suuak Millh, Boileiis,
Cooleus, Iiion, Binsa and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' BlnckRinitbintf. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No, 45 Queen Street.
Export Apprnisomont of Real
Estato and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumbor and Coal
and Building Matorials of all
Quoen Street, Honolulu.
IS THE QllEAT fi
STRENGTH - BUILDER.
nnd breaks up
cures skin erup
Ity, and drives
out every cle
ment ot disease.
cral debility, or
any other all
blood, should tako
gives strength to
tho system eencr
ment arising from Impure
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It
tho weak, nnd builds up
ally. II y Its use food Is
sleep refreshing, and llfo
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Mailo bf Dr. J.CAjrer A Co, Inrcll,Matl.,U.S-A.
tyitewiire of rlinn Imllntloni. Tlio nttno
Ajrer'K hnrmiinrlllu It prominent on Ui
wrapper, and It blown In tbe gUu of each or,
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Republic; of Hawaii.
tiii: r.i.rcntir hailway iiili..
rxpenae of the .Nnvy Hiimln)' Ilntid
Coiiccrtx I'roponert pnUcrN
one .Tlot m nil Amicxatloii
Thirty-Seventh Day, July 27th.
Kinnu streot near Punchbowl
street my 2 1
Two front furnishod rooms to
lot at No. 4 Garden Lano. tf
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nuiinnu Strcott, Honolulu
Cholco Liquors and Fine floor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confectioner and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Streot.
President Wilder onllod tho
Scimto to ordor nt 10 o'clock this
mornng, nil of tho mombers being
present except Sonutor Horuor.
After prayer by tho clmplnin
nnd tho reading of tho minutos
tho olork road tv coinmtinio.ition
from tho Honao asking ior n con
foronco committeo on Apjiropriu
tinn bill 8. On motion the presi
dent appointfd Messrs. Wntor
lioiiFe, Lyman and Baldwin as
A petit on of 32 residents of
Parker Lane was road ns'ung for
tin appropriation of $150 for no-
codsary repairs to saiu niguway.
Referred to tho Minister of the
Tl.e Attorney Genoral statod
that tho Presidont had signed
Act 7, xompting canatgre, etc,
from taxation; Act 8, supplement
ary appropriations to tho amount
of8,300 and Act 9, relating to
Tho Senate thon took up tho
Electric Railway Bill nnd the
roport of tho Special Committeo
On motion of Senator McOand
less tho further consideration of
tho bill was indefinitely postponed.
Tho Joint Itosolution proposed
by tho Cotnmittoo that three per
sons be appointed as a Commis
sion to investigate and report on
oloctrio railways at the next ses
sion of tho Senate was then
Tho bill to rogalate appeals
from the District to tho Circuit
Courts was then taken up on its
second reading and ordered trans
lated and printed.
At 10:30 a m. tho Sonuto took u
recess to 1:30 p.m.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL
Japanese Goods I
EOS Fort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu, n. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
CITY DRAYAQE Co.
W. F, SHARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayago Business done,
in 7 tf
HO YEN KEE&CO.,
il iT-a.-aan.M Ctraot,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc., Etc
Crockery nnd Glassware.
Aloha Bath House.
Noxt to Mariue Riihvay. Bnth
ing suits on hand. PntronB
brought froo from tug-bout wharf
on telephoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H. Reist.
roy 15-1 Ti
Under suspension of the rules
Senator Lyman introduced n bil
amending Chapter 74 of tho Com
piled Laws rolating to tho Ha
waiian Tramways Company. Tho
bill authorizes tho present cor
poration to use electricity us a
motive power, providing tho samo
is placed in actual operation by
January 1st, 1897.
. Senator Baldwin of tho Special
Committeo on tho Annoxation
Joint Resolution roported favor
ably. Tho roport was unanimous
ly adoptod, which carriod the
adoption of tho resolution.
A communication was receivod
from the House stating that tho
bill relating to nppoals from tho
Distriot Court had passed.
Tho Printing Committeo re
ported that the Acts relating to
tho importation of low grado ke
rosene, the acquisition of rights-of-way
tvor tho lands of others,
tho .Labor Commission and the
ohange in tho currency were en
grossed and ready for third read
ing. On motion tho abovo bills wore
placed on tho ordor of tho day,
and tho Senate wns occupied in
their consideration when tho Bul
letin reporter left.
The Houso is occupied with tho
Senate amondmonts to tho Land
Bill. Representative Winston oc
cupying tho Spoakor's chair.
Houso mot at 10 a.m.
Tho following answer wns re
ceived from S. M. Damon, Minis-
) ter of Financo:
"In nnswpr to the questions of
Representative O. E. Hichards,
momber from tho first district, in
ru the steamer I.ehua, I have to
flhto that tho said steamer was
clmrtorod nn May 9, 18'.)5, at tho
rnle of -flOO per wook. The ctonm
er litiH been under the control of
tho Customs Bureau, working in
connection with tho dopartmout
of tho Attornoy General, during
her ontiro ohurter, nover hiivb g
boon turned over to tho Intormr
Department. Tho oxponscs con
npoted thorowith havo been ?5,
Mr. Ryoroft subtnittod the fol
lowing joint resolution: "Bo it
resolved by tho Somite and tho
House of Representatives that the
Minister of Foreign Affairs bo re
quested to ordor tho government
band to jive concerts of appropri
ate music regularly on Sunday
afternoons at such public pluces
as may bo oonYoniont."
Mr. Knranuohn was afraid that
if tho band wore allowed to play
on Sunday, it would opon a door
to other innovations. A large
IKirtion of tho community would
)0 oiTonded. Tho resolution should
not bo passed hastily, and he
would move it bo refored to tho
committeo on education. If any
considerable number of pooplo
was suffering for want of music on
Sundny, the committee could as
certain the fact.
Mr. Ryoroft said ho had brought
in this resolution for tho benefit
of the working man and his family.
He wanted them to havo tho priv
ilege of hoarinjj at least one band
concort a week. Young children
could not bo taken to tho even
ing band concerts, becauso they
would bo kept out too late. He
would not have nil sorts of music
played, nor have dancing allowed
Attendance at a band concert in
tho afternoon would make tho
workingman fittor to go to church
Sunday evening. Ho knew of no
safoi placo for a man to take his
wife and children on Sunday than
to one of the public parks.
Minister Smith was in favor of
referring tho matter to n commit
too. This question had come bo
fore tho Legislature many times.
Every man had a right to spond
Sunday ns ho pleased, providing
ho did not intorforo with tho
rights of others. Tho working
umu ought to be the most jealous
of any regarding Sunday ns a day
of rest. If somo aro required to
work on that day, tho rights of
all would bo endangered, for,
when competition was keen, em
ployers might want thoir work
men to labor ngainst their will.
Thoro was a large class to whom
band mimic in thoir ours on Sun
day would be an oflenso, and tho
rights of this cluss could not just
ly bo ignored. A member had
said that tho church b'lls were
rung on Sundny, but tho sound nf
the church bolls was not offensive.
Yet, if they rang two hours stead
ily they would soon be stopped.
Tho resolution was roferred to
tho education committoo.
Minister Smith, on bohalfof
the Minister of the Interior, re
poited bills s;gncd by tho Prcsi-ili-nt
as follows : Act to otionurne
tho growth of cnuuigro, etc.;
Actm.ikmg tmpplomontiiry appro
priations, $8300; Aot lo prevent
Mr. Robertson moved a substi
tute for the Sennto's joint resolu
tion on a commission to consider
tho mnttor of registration of mnlo
inhabitants. Laid on the t&blo
to bo considered in order.
A raossigo from the Sonato an
nounced that Senators Water
house, Lyman and Baldwin had
been appointed to coufor with a
committoo from tho Houso on tho
Mr Halualani moved a resolu
tion that, wherojs, it is boyond
question th.it Mary Kauhane has
married again, no moro payments
of settlement bo inmle to hor nfter
Minister Dutnon stitod ho had
learned tho woman was married
nnd in good circumstances; there
fore he nnd given instructions to
tho Rogistrar of Public Accounts
to coase pnying hor settlement.
Tho rosolution "wnB laid on tho
Speaker Naono having cnllod
Vice Spoaker Kamauoha to tho
olinir, moved n resolution nfiirm
ing the desiro of the Logislaturo
to havo tho. islands annexed to tho
United Stales. Ho moved tho
resolution bo adopted.
. Minister Smith thought tho
resolution should be referred to
tho committeo on foreign rotations.
There wus no question about the
position of tho Government nnd
Logislaturo on the question. An
nexation wns the policy of tho
Provisional Govcmmont, which
had been placed in tho constitu
tion of tho republic, yot tho word
ing of the resolution might re
quiro some consideration.
t Mr. Nnono wanted tho rosolu
tion passed forthwith, unloss tho
committoo should engage to give
prompt attention. Mr. Castle was
going uway this week to tako tho
position of Minister at Washing
ton, and it was important that ho
should carry with him tho unmis
takable authority of tho Legisla
ture to negotiate a troaty of an
nexation. Minister Damon thought it was
important that zeal should not
outrun diticretion. Tho impe
tuosity with -which annoxation
was prossed at Washington in
January, 1893, served its purpose
ior me iimo, in giving the ques
tion a standing in the United
States. The movomemt from which
that annexation mission sprung
had become established, and the
Government realized that it WdS
all - important that its object
should becomo completely uuc
cossful. This Logislaturo should
give an unmistakablo expression
of the policy of the ropublic in
regard to tho quostion. Tho re
solution should bo carefully con
sidered hy tho coranjitteo boforo
The motion to rofer carried.
Tho House wont into committoo
of tho whole, Mr. Winston in tho
chair, to consider tho Sonate
amendments to the Land bill.
Mr. Robertson pointed out a
ropotition of pbrnso in section 2,
but lot go when tho Attornoy
Genoral said it might do no hurm
and prevent amb:guity.
Mr. Robertson moved that sec
tion G, relating to the appointment
of tho Commission, bo not con
curred in. Carried.
Ministor Smith moved thnt sec
tion 7, rolating to division of dis
tricts, bo not concurred in. It
was tho opinion of the House
mat the island of Hawaii should
be divided into threo districts
tillllln rlin Cntt 4n 1. .1 I.
" mu uiHiuu uuii mimn if, n
singlo district. It should go ton
Ministor Smith, on amendments
to section 10, relating to salo of
lands not under lu.ise, thought
more lntitudo bhould bo given to
tho Commissioners in tho placing
of conditions in tho agreement.
Mr. McBrydo moved an amend
ment in accordance with tho At
tornoy General's remniks.
Mr. Robertson boliovod ho vot
ed for what tho Sonato had struck
out, but now ho thought tho sec
tion as aniendod would permit any
Mr. McRrydo movod lo striko
out "a majority of boforo "tho
Both motions carriod.
Sections 20, 21, 22 and 23 had
boon strickon out by tho Ho'inta.
Ministor Smith explained what
thoy wore and recapitulated t'io
argumonts for and against thorn.
Rocoss from 12 to 1:30.
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