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"With, whicbi is Incox'porated the Independent,"
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1895.
k VOL. l. NO. G9.
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Tolephono 25C. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Generate Commibsion Anr.NTS.
Cor. Fort and Queon Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK LUMBER
AND Alili KINDS OF BuiLDINd
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANnrAOTDiaNa Jeweler and "Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to nil kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Morohaut Streot.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sdoar Millh, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blaoksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKEK
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estato and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber unci Coal
and Building Materials of all
Qnoon Street, Honolulu.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs nil kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
no bos on hnnd a Inrgn supply of
Ohincso Granite Curb and nlwnvs keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stono. Estimates
given nnd lowes prices assurod. Tele
H. G. BIART.
FINK WATCH KB PAIRING.
Island Jewelry made to order,
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wiro
W Island orders solicited'.
P. O. Box355;atO. Gortz'sstoro.
Fort Street. G2-tf
HO YEN KEE&CO.,
"13. 2Tu.vi.axxu. Qtroot,
TINSMITHS, PLUMBING, Etc., Etc
Crockery and Glasswaro.
Aloha Bath House. .
Noxt to Marina Railway. Bath
ing suits on hand. Patrons
.brought free from tug-boat wharf
on tolophoning No. 585. Furn
ished rooms to let on tho premises.
Mrs. J. H, Reiht.
Mr. Oco. TV. Tturtncr, Keciletown, Vu.,
wrltri, m follow I
- Shortly after leanti collrge, I m troubled
wlthatVtn dlitae which nhowrd itaelt, Drtt.at
tlia ankle. i"lijlctn pronounced It rctema,
and treated me (or tliat coniUlnt Tlio ernr
tlon crept MnwIyMji mjr llinbi(niid on tho body,
until It envclopod tho whole frame It Rate xnn
Infinite tronble with conttant Itching, calling olt
of dry icslo, aud a watery liquid which would
wUpQ&Ph ? in
tfSK - few
exudo from nndor the italei. I treated It for
oyer three yean untucrenafulljr, and wai unable
to check It, until I beiran titlng Ayer'a Sariapa.
rllla. I used three bottle, of thli medicine and
wai completely cured my sMn becomlne ai
mootb aud clear as before"
Has Cured Othor9, Will Curo You
Made by Dr. J. O. Ayer A Co., Lowe1l,Maii.,U.8.A.
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Hepublio of Hawaii.
Kinau streot near Punchbowl
street my 2 1
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacific Hnrdwaro Co.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King Nuuniiu 8treHn, Honolulu
Oliolco Liquors nnd Fine Boor.
Tolopb.ono -a OX.
PIONEEE STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor nnd Baker,
No 71 Hotol Stroot.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL
Japanese Goods I
EOS Fort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Moroknnt Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nowb Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
CITY DRAYQE Co.
W. F. SHARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining H. Ilnckfeld fc
Oo., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drayogo Business dono.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
818 Fort St. - Telopbono 01.
The popular Soasido Resort for
ladies nnd childron. Good ac
commodation. "W. S. BARTLETT.
THE PRESIDENT SIGNS IIILLH AND
The IIouno Cuta the Limit Short For
tliellawallnn Tramway Company
to Employ Electricity.
FonTY-SixTii Day, August 6tii.
Vico-Prcsidont Knuhane called
tbo Sonnte to order this morning
at 10 o'o'ock. Chnplnin Peok per
formed his duty nnd tho minutes
of yestorday woro reid nnd ap
proved in short ordor.
There being no business on
hand tbo Semite took n recoss for
Sonator Schmidt from tho Coni
mitteo on Accounts reported that
tho claim of Frunk Godfrey bad
beon cut down from $195 to $155,
und that of tho Press Publishing
Company from S133.50 to 104.54.
Minister King announced that
tho Prosidont bnd signed tho
main Appropriation bill and tho
joint resolutions concerning tho
use of intoxicating liquors, tho
Pali tunnel, the fresh meat trado,
tho registration of land transfers,
on groat seal and seals for depart
ments, annexation to tho United
States and tho uso of electricity
on street railroads.
Senator Lyman from tho Com
mittoo on Passed Bills reported
that the Oablo and Currency bills
and tho joint resolutions relating
to genorul registration of mato In
habitants, appropriating $1000
to pay the Labor Commission
and tho bill concorning rights of
way had been presented to tho
President for his npproval.
It being intimated that tho
govornmont would bo ready to
present its cable proposition in
the afternoon a rocess was tukon
to 1:30 p.m.
A communication from the
Houso stated that tho hills ex
empting public librarios from
taxes and appropriating $3000 for
additional expenses of tho Legis
lature hud passed tho third read
ing. Also that tho House had
passod tho Militury Bill with
On motion tho Senate tooc up
the amondmonts to tbo bill forth
with. On motion of Senator Mc
Cnndless tho Senate conourrod in
all the Houso amondmonts.
There being nothing further on
hand tho Snnato adjournod to
Thursday at 10 a.m.
The House mot nt 10 a. m.
Tho committoo on passod bills
reported tho following moasuros
as prosonted to tho Presidont for
signaturo: bill relating to tho cur
rency, tho labor commission,
Paoific cabli s and rights ofwuy,
and resolution on registration of
mulo residents and to appropriate
1000 for exponsos of the labor
The Souato bill rolating to the
uso of oleotrio power by tlio Ha
waiian Tramways Company was
taken up for second reuding, with
majority and minority roports.
Rop, Rycroft supported tho
mnjority report in giving until
Docombor 31, 1800, as in tho bill,
for tlio company to mako tho
change to electric power. Sixteon
months was short onough for
transmogrifying tho pronont sys
tom into au oloctric ono.
Rop. Robertson said tho com
pany had the privilege since 1800
of taking out thoir mulos and
putting in olectrioity. Tho com
pany should bo foroed to mako tho
change soon if it was going to do
it nt nil, and that was why ho
favorod the minority report limit
ing tho timo to September 80,
1806. If tho company raoant
business it could mako tho chango
in ono year, but he did not think
tho company monnt business.
It was bamporod with watored
stock and a largo bonded indebt
edness. So long as tho company
held tho principal streets it wns n
monace to any othor company
that might want to givo us oloc
tric cars. This Logislaturo had
appointed a commission to roport
on tho subject of electric stroot
cars at noxt session. Whon it re
ported, tho matter would bo no
furthor advHUced than it was now,
and tho prospeot wns that Mr.
Paino's mulos would bo trotting
along until tbo ond of tho cen
tury. His proposition was not
unfair but a reasonablo one. A
year was all tho company should
expect and all it was ontitlod to.
Rop. Rycroft was not in love
with tbo mules, but ho consider
ed Mr. Robertson had not advanc
ed one argumont. If tho longor
timo was given, tho company
would have to do something bo
fore tho next mooting of tho Leg
islature. Tho company wbb not
a poor ono as reprcsontod, but
was a rich syndicate in London.
The chango could not bo made in
tho shorter time.
Rop. Robortson Thoy could
do it in tbroo months if they
Rep. Rycroft Yes, yon could
do it in your mind or on paper
but not othorwise.
Rop. Robortson If tboy only
put ou a handful of men, but if
they employed onougli labor they
could do it in throe months.
Rop. Rycroft, continuing, said
they could not cut up more than a
cortain longth of tho streets at a
timo. If thoro was not such a
limit in this bill, yet it would not
do to dig up tho road from Palama
to Waikiki all at once, and block
up tbo wholo country.
Rop. Hanuna favorod tho pas
SHgo of tho bill as it utood. It
was only a matter of four months
botwoon tbo membors of tho com
mittoo. Rop. Haia supported tho min
ority roport. It was not doing an
injustice to tho London syndicate,
who bad lot their priviU'co Bloop
sinoo 1800 but now, wlion another
eomoauy oflbrs to put down an
oleotrio tramway, they say it can
not bo dono bocauso they had tbo
Rop. Rycroft wanted to givo the
company a fair show evon if thoy
did not moan business. If they
only got a year they might mako
tho oxouso, "You asked us to do
tho impossible." This was a Lon
don company, it must be remem
berod, and the British Govern
ment would never allow a corpor
ation having large capital invest
ed in another country to bo treat
ed with injuslico.
Kep. Robertson insisted that
until Soptember 30 wns ample
timo. If the company was grant
od until Doc. 31, 180G, and the
Legislature did not grunt a fran
chise to anothor company, it
would never givo up its mules.
Tho membor from Puna admitted
that tho company did not intend
to put on olectrioity.
Rop. Bond thought tho timo
ought to ba shortonud if it would
hurray tho company.!
Rop. Winston suggostod that
tho company might bo required
to begin operations bofuro March
1, 1800( undor ponalty of losing
Tho amendment of tho minority
As nmcudod the bill passed and
was orderod read a third time
Tbo Senate transmitted tho nl
cobol bill with its amendments.
On motion of Rop. Robortson it
was orderod to bo printed.
Rop. Robortson propounded tho
following questions to the Minis
ter of tho lntorior:
"Whothor the Superintendent
of Publio Works has npprovod
plans for a building at Loleo, pro
posed to be used as a Chinese
"Whethor you havo reccivod a.
potitlon from tho residents of Le
loo and tho surrounding neigh
borhood, nguinst tho oroction nnd
maintenance of another Chinese
theator at that plnco ?
"Whothor, if such building is
orected, you will permit it to he
usod as a Ohinose thonter?"
At 11:25 tho House adjournod
till 10 o'olook tomorrow.
THE CAIII.E PIIOPOSITION.
Prominent Citizen DUeiian the Pro
ject with the Cabinet,
Pursuant to invitation-a number
of roprosontatives of business
houses and others mot with the
Cabinot at nn oarly hour to dis
cuss tho cnblo proposition made
by Colonel Spalding. Besides the
Executive Council thoro wero pre
sent Messrs. Henry Wnterhouse,
T F. LansingW. C. "Wilder, Cocil
Brown, W. D. Aloxander, E. IX
Tennoy, A. G. M. Robortson and
others. Owing to tho shortness
of the notico tho mooting was not
as largo ns it otherwise would
havo beon. Tho offer of Colonel
Spalding was talked over in all
its bearings, and it seomod to bo
tho genornl impression that the
Bohome was tho host yet present
ed. It was ngroed that during
tho continuance of tho sub
sidy nil government messages
should bo free, nnd thai
n spooial rato for meroantilo firms
should bo adopted. Press dis
patchos will be one-half tho mer
cantile rato. Tho matter of the
continuance of tho subsidy in case
of tbo extension of tho cablo to
tho Colonies wus also brought up
nnd taked ovor. At the conclu
sion of tho meeting it wns under
stood that with tbo exception of
fixing tho rntos per word and s.
few minor mattors the government
and Colonel Spalding woro agreed.
Tbesethings woro to bo settled dur
ing tbo morning, so that the pro
position could go to tho Senate in
definito shape at tho nftornoou
binco tho above was in type
tbo Ministers havo announced to
raombors of tho Sonato that nego
tiations ou tho cable buBinosB
have not yot beon conoluded and
that nothing about tho matter
can bo mado publio today.
Onhu Railway bonds and sharec
aro asked for by an advertiser.
Tho lending pinenpplo grow
ers moet at tho Chamber of Com
moroo rooms this ovoning to dis
cuss mattors of intorost to that
Wo noknowledgo tho rocoipt of
a map of Honolulu, prepared by
C. V. E. Dovo, with complimouts
of tho Hobron Drug Co. Suck
ontorprise is ootnmondublo.
Jlanui Alobn, a 10 year-old Ha
waiian maiden, was sonteuoed to
ion uays nam moor and to pay
tho costs amounting to ?3-30 for
not staying at .homo at night an
she ought to.
Of tho sixtoon Ohinoso recently
arrostod for gambling, three
ploadod guilty this morning and
woro flnod $10 each and coats by
Tudgo Porry, Tho othor thirtoou
nro being tried thin nftornoou,
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