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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST,1 14. 1895.
VOL. 1. NO. 75.
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THE PRESIDENT SIGNS A
BER OP BILLS.
Proapecta Are Good For tlie Final
Adjournment Tomorrow Tlio
Houaa Finishing Up Bnalacae.
Fifty-Second Day, Aua. 14.
Tho Senate came to order at
tie usual hour this morning.
Minister King roported that
tho President had signed the im
proved Annexation Resolution,
tho bills ropoaling previous legis
lation in connection with rights
of way and cable franchises, tho
bill to amend tho currency Act
and tho Military Act.
Tho oonferenc.o oommittoe on
tho Aloohol bill roported that tho
House had acceded to the Senato
amendments. Roport adopted.
A petition waB roceived from
Frank Godfrey stating that ho
bad unjustly and wrongfully beon
deprived of $40, which ho had
earned by performing labor for
tho Senate Committees and ask
ing that ho bo allowed an op
portunity to prove his claim.
Tho petition was referred to
tho Committee on Accounts.
Tho Senato thon took ftfjrecess
till 1:30 p.m.
At tho aftornoon session tho
Ministor of tho Interior reported
tho following bills signed by tho
President: The Land Act, tho
three appropriation bills, tho act
to regulate tho giving and filing
of bonds on motions for now trials
and tho Joint Resolution on tho
Sonator Rrown suggested that
the President bo notiflod that tho
Logislatnro is roady to adjourn.
On motion tho Houso resolution
that tho final adjournment bo had
on Thursday was concurred in.
Sonator Brown moved that a
committee be appointed to act in
conjunotion with a similar com
mittee from tho Houso to notify
tho President of tho action of tho
Legislature concerning adjourn
ment. President Wilder appoint
ed Senators Brown and Lyman ns
Tho Somite then adjourned.
There waB no quorum at 10
o'clock this morning. Prayer by
Chapluin Witiamau waB therefore
the ouly thing in order. At 10:30
Ministors King and Damon and
Rsp. Rycroft arrived, when thoro
was another wait for a mombor
who had slipped out in tho inoun
timo. It takes nine olectod mem
bers for a quorum, and at 10:35 tho
following answorod to thoir names:
Rycroft, Bond, Hnia, Ilanuna,
Nnouo, Wiufeton, Olunoy, DaviB,
Minister King roported the fol
lowing bills signed by tho Presi
dent: Joint annexation resolu
tion, two bills supplanted by now
rights of Way bill , tho now rights
of way bill, tho currency bill, tho
Rep. Bond from tho committoe
on passed bills reported tho cublo
joint resolution and four bilta pre
sented to tho Presidont for signa
ture. A mossuge from tho Senate an
nounced its ooncurronco in nmond-
monts to tho alcohol bill.
Rep.Hanuna moved a resolution
that law books loanod to members
at tho beginning of tho session
booomo the prnporty of tho mem
bers and be paid for out of the
Rep. Bond objeotod, It was
going bnok to tho old regime when
members appropriated everything
Rep. Rycroft objected to it too,
for one reason beoauoo ho hnd not
got any law books. It was under
stood that thoso who took tho
books woro to roturn thorn at the
end of tho uession. Noxt sossion
thoy would get more books and
want to keep them too.
Rop. "Winston movod tho reso
lution bo indefinitely postponed.
Rop. Hunuua hold that thoir
work as legislators did not end
with tho olose of this spooial ses
sion. They needed tho books to
study up for their dutios at tho
rognlar session. If they did not
come prepared, tho session could
not get its work dono in tho limit
of ninety days. Tho member for
Puna showed tho disadvantage of
not having lttw books, as ho hnd
to follow tho load of Mr. Robert
son whonovor points of law woro
concerned. There was ono ox
coption, tho land bill, in which
Mr. Rycroft was at homo.
Rep. Halualani favored tho re
solution. The books would be
moro or less damaged by handling
now, and it was doubtful if the
Minister of the Interior would
accept thorn back.
Rop. Bond repeated that it was
starting back to tho first stato of
things. Ho had paid for his bookB
and other mombors could do the
Rep. Hanuna told a parable of
a stowara who picked up the
crumbs that foil from his master's
table without being rebukod.
Thoy woro stowards of tho pooplo.
Tho resolution under which they
received the books provided that
they should have thorn for uso at
both this and tho regular session.
Speaker Naono said that pro
vision would thon dispense with
tho necessity of the presont reso
Rop. Hanuna olaimod that it
did not make tho resolution out
Rop. "Winston said if this re
quest was granted eaoh momber
would need a horse and buggy
noxt session to carry off govern
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pono tho resolution carried, five
Thnro being no business on tho
table, tho Houso adjouruod till 10
o'clook tomorrow morning.
iriethodUt to Build.
Honolulu is to havo anothor
church building. The Methodist
Episcopul Church, of which Ilev.
H. W. Peck is ministor, has
bought the lot at Beretunia and
Miller stroets, with the house up
on it now occupied by Mrs. Wall
and family. It was bought from
Tom May, agent for .Mrs. Hender
son, of London, tho owner of tho
'promises. The prico is not givon
out but is said to bo a good round
figure. A neat, small ohapol of
wood will bo erected on tho lot
foithwith, f.ir temporary use to
abido the growth of the congrega
tion. Riploy & Roynolus nro
making tho plans for tho building.
Tho two-story stono dwelling ou
tho promises will remain intact.
It was a hotel many years ago.
Notico Brown & Kuboy, whole
sale and retail doalors in Watohes,
Clocks, Jowelry and Plated Goods,
formorly of Tho Musonio Block,
havo takon tho store latoly oocu
piod by Soharf's News Stand in tho
Arlington Blook on Hotol St.
"290'' is tho number most fre
quently oallod over tho tetanhono
wires. It rings up the United
Oarmage Company's stand, where
Superior Hacks with snfo nnd
courtonus drivorj, nro always to
ho found. A oompleto livery
outfit, including buggies nnd wag
gonottos, furnished at tho short
THE OAUVKAV RECITAL.
Lnjoyable Entertainment at
Y. M. O. A. Ilnll Laat Night.
What tho audience at Miss
Dauvray's recital last ovoning
lacked in numbers it evidently
made up in appreciation of th
oxcollent program prosontod.
Miss Alioo Rieo, tho young and
protty Australian pianist, was
first on the program for a solo,
"Les Hirondellos" by Stroich.
Tho young lady stoppod on tho
stago unannounced and quiolly
took hor soat at tho instrument,
but after tho first fow notes the
audionoo quickly roalizod that
musical circles in Honolulu bad
received a most valuablo addition
and gave her their full attention.
At tho oonolusion of tho long and
difficult pioco, played entirely
without notes, tho young lady
was groetod with long continued
npplauso and an oncoro was in
sisted on, in rosponso to which
Miss Rico playod somo variations
on "Homo, Sweot Home.'' Her
second number, "L'Ameriquo"
by Bonnville, gave tho artist an
opportunity to show her skill, as
it included somo d.fficult musio
played with tho left hand only.
A second oncoro was demanded.
Although sho had only a small
audience to play to, Miss
Rico may consider hor reputa
tion as a pianist of high ordor al
ready 08tnbliBliod in this oity.
Miss JesBio Axtoll has boen
beard too ofton to ronnirn n1rm;.
al praise. It is sufficient to sav
that hor numbers woro sung with
tho usual artistic oxcollonco for
which sho has bocome noted. Sho
was accompanied on tho piano by
Mi'bs Holon Dauvray's efforts
could hardly bo called dramatic.
Booing that thoy woro simply re
citations from fnmilinf 0k.
Hor olooution wus worthy of the
. . .... uuuuuou in uur pro
fession and hor oflbrts were woli
received by tho uudiouce. Tho
hit of tho evening was hor song
and monologuo in imitntion of
MadamoJudio which wasoncorotL
Taken aa a whole last night's
entertainment was of tho highest
order of exoollonco, bo much so
that it is hoped a similar ono may
bo given boforo Alias Daovray's
departure. It is said ako that
Miss Alico Rico is an excellent
violinist and hor sister an accom
plished vocalist. After lust night,
lovers of music will look forward
to hearing them both in the noar
J. W. Borgstrom leaves for tho
CoaBt on business connected with
the new organ for Oahu College.
Col. Sam. Norm, proprietor ol
Kahuku Ranch, Kau, Hawaii, re
fuses to pay taxes to tho presont
Both branches of tho Legisla
ture will adjourn without dy aufl
wuivo mo lormiuity ol prorogation
by tho President.
Special cars for King and Nu
anuu streols, at 20o. fares, will he
on hnnd at tho closo of tho dance
at Indopondenco Park tonight.
D. Howors Smith, manager oT
tho Manufacturers Shoo Co.,
lbavos for tho Statos on a business
and ploasuro tour of indefinito
Cash is evorything in bushiest
now-n-days. By purchasing with
it and soiling for it I am enablod
to placo clothing, hats, Bhirtn,
undorwour, hosiery, neckwear.,
trunks, otc, oto., ou this niarkol
at Eastorn prioes. L. I). Tim.
Jmoim, Waring Blook.