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"Witti -which, is Incorporated the Independent,"
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY. AUGUST 15. 1895.
VOL. l. NO. 70.
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Telephone 260. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
H, HACKFEIiD & CO.
General Commission Agents.
Oor. Fort and Queen Strcots, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
iMPORTCnS AND DEAIiERS IN IjUMBEII
AND Alii. KINDS OF BUILDING
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANnPAOxoniNa .TeweiiEB and Watgh-
Kukui.Jowelrjr a Specially. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of ropairs.
Campbell Block, - Morchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Suoak Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description Mado
to Ordor. Particular attention paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK DROKEH
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Roul
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Donlors in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of alt
Queen Sheet, Honolulu.
C. B. WIGHT,
Does nil kinds ot Work in
Cement & Storto Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho has on hand n largo supply of
Chineso Qrnnito Curb und always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stono. Estimates
givou and lowea prices assured. Tolo
H. G. B1ART.
FINK WATCH REPAIRING.
Island Jewelry made to ordor,
Souvonir Spoons, Gold wiro
&W Island ordeis solioitod.
P. O. Box 855; at 0. Gortz's store.
Fort Street. G2tf
Real Estate Agents
Notary Public and Accountant
Work promptly attended to.
Offior 18 and 15 Kaahumana
Tolophono 039. ju!4 M
AND PILES CURED BY
Ur. "W. Jenkixob, Adelaide, 8. A., formerly
ot Hawthorn, near Melbourne,
"For the past 3 or 4 yenrs, I have been n
freat sutlerer from rlicuinatiam nnd piles,
trlert nil orts ot medicines, but derived
no good from them. I chanced to road ono
of your hooks and thought I would Rlvo
your Sarsaparllla a trial. 1 did so, and alter
taking ono hottlo I felt hotter, and after
taking 4 bottles I was a new man. I was
sorry I never took It before, for It would
have saved mo very much pain. "
Has cured othors, will euro you.
Mado by Dr. J.O.Ajer A Co., Lowcl),Mmi.,U.S.A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
Kinau street near Punchbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacific Hnrdwaro Co.
8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner ICIiib A Xuunnu Streets, Honolulu
Choico Liquors and Fino Heor.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Stroot.
D. J. OASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings n especial ty. Over Cali
fornia Food Company's btoro.
Pacific Trading Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Japanese Goods I
2QS Fort Street.
Book and Job Printer
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 13.
city drayQE Co.
W. F. SHARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining H. Hackfold &
Co., Fort street. General Cart
ing and Drnyngo Business dono.
m 7 tf
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephone 91.
(From U. 8. Journal HfiltdMnt.)
Prof. W.U.reeke.who makes a specialty of Epllcpay,
has without doubt treated and cured more cuea than
any living I'hytlclan I hU mcceia la aatonlililnj. We
aenda Hit ft large bottlo of tin aliaolulocurr , free to
any auITerer who may eend their l'.O.nndKiprtnad
drt ei. Wa ailvle anyouo wiililng a cure to adilrtu,
I'rof. W. 11. I-EEKE, Y. I)., 4 Cedar HU, New York.
SENATOR NOTI.EY HESIONS ON
ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH
Hotli llotmea Have Adjourned Sine
Dlo-Tho Alcohol 11111 Nlcncd
by tho l'reildent,
Fifty-Third Day, August 13th.
President Wilder called the Sen
ate to ordor at the usual order,
and tho minutos of the proooding
mooting wore read und approved.
Minister King reported that
the alcohol bill had been approved
by tho President.
Senator Schmidt from tho Com
mittee on accounts reported favor
ably on the balanco of -t-10 claim
ed by Frank Godfrey, and on
motion tho samo was ordered
paid, Sonators McCandleBs nnd
Northrop voting no.
Bills for ongrossing and for ico
usod in keeping tho Benators cool
during the session wore also or
derod paid, togothor with $50 for
tho nativo janitor who had attend
ed to the Senate Chamber during
Tho Senate then took a recess
to await tho roturn of the joint
committee appointed to notify the
President that tho Legislature was
ready to adjourn.
Senator Brown soon reported
that tho committee had inter
viewed tho President and that ho
had no further communication to
make to tho Legislature Ho then
moved that tho Bonate do adjourn
Minister Hatch wished to say
a few words on behalf of tho Exe
cutive and oxpress its apprecia
tion of the spirit in whioh the
measures offored by tho govern
ment had boon met by tho Sonato.
Tho result had Bhown that the
culling of a spooial session to pass
tho land law had boon a wise pro
vision, as tho timo takon could not
havo been spnrod from the regu
Sotmtor Brown offered a reso
lution of thanks to the presiding
officer for tho ofliciont and satis
factory manner in which he had
presided over tho doliborntio s of
the Senuto. Ho said that the
Sonato owed much to Senator
Wilder l'or hia promptness in con
ducting business und that the
work of tho session- had proved
thut Mr. Wilder was eminently
the right man in tho right placo
Senator WatorhouBQ seconded
and put tho motion whioh was
Sonutor Notley presonted n & m
munication teudoring his resig
nation as a Senator owing to con
tinued ill health.
Tho prosiding ofllcor thon do
olared tho Senate adjourned sine
Minister King, whou tho Houso
opouod this morning, reported
bills signed, as appeurs in tho ro
port of tho Senate.
A message from tho Senate an
nounced conourronce in resolution
to adjourn at 12 noon this day.
Spoukor Nnone appointed Hops.
Ryoroft and Bond to join a corres
ponding committee of the Sonato,
to wait upon tho Prosidont and
inform him of tho resolution for
Itep. Ryoroft roturnod and re
ported that they had seon tho
Prosidont and informed him that
tho business of tho sossion was
ovor. President Dolo had re
plied, Haying that all that remain
ed was for both houses to adjourn
sine die without ceremony. Tho
Prosidont also wished to comoy
his thanks to tho mon bars of tho
Logislaturo for tboir cllioiont and
Rop. McBrydo moved and Rep.
Ryoroft seconded, that the House
adjourn forthwith sine die.
Minister Smith dosirod to mako
a fow remarks before tho motion
wus put. Tho members wore to
bo congratulated for their atten
tion to businoss, and they had
tho cordial thanks of the Execu
tive Tho most important moa
suro was tho Lund Act. It
rocoivod tho most careful atten
tion in both brunolios. Defeats
might be discovered in its work
ing nnd amondmontB might bo
found noodod at next session.
Tho Attornoy-General closed with
an acknowledgment of tho courtesy
of tho press.
Rep. Itycrof t moved a voto of
thanks to tho Spoukor for the able
mannor in which ho had conduct
ed tho proceedings. This was
seconded by Rop. McBrydo nnd
amendod on tho suggestion of
Rop. Winston to thank all the
oflicors of the House for thoir per
formance of dutios.
Secretary Koola put the motion
whioh of course was carried unanimously.
Speaker Naono rospondod in
fitting terms, giving the members
on the floor orodit for tho smooth
working of tho session. Ho con
gratulated tho Legislature on the
moasuros passed for obtaining a
cable from Honolulu to San Fran
oisco. Tho motion to adjourn oarried
and Chaplain Waiamau, on the
prior suggestion of Rop. Bond,
dismissed the Houso with prayer
Paul iraulleiilmuer'a Aullnt Com
niltted to the Anyluni.
Josoph KekOa, whoso efforts to
make mincemeat of mounted
policoman Paul Mullonhnuer havo
bio u hurotoforo dotnilod at length,
was examined as to his sanity in
tho Police Court this morning.
Dr. Brodio tostifiod that tho
man was subjoot to delusions
wit In micidal tendencies. His
form of insanity wus molaucholin
and ho was liable to tho commis
sion of crime at any moment with
out causo or provocation. Ho
whs dangerous to bo at lurgo.
Henry do Fries said ho had
known Joo for 35 years. He is a
oarpenter and married. He drunk
alcoholic liquors but not more
than ho ought to. iiis fathers
and two sisters ure insane and
subjoot to the samo uttaoks, in
ono of whioh tho fathor died.
Joe has had theso attacks for ton
or fiftoon years.
Corroborative" testimony was
given by Mrs do Fries, R. Snif
fon, Georgo Dosha and Paul
Mollenhauer, at tho conclusion of
which tho Court adjudged him
insana nud ordered him com
mitted to tho asylum, thoro to re
main until ho booomes of sound
mind or is discharged according
An is'aud boy who can speak
English and Portugucso wauts a
position in an oftico or storo.
Work on tho cold storage ox
tension of tho Huwaiiun Elootrio
Company's plant is progressing.
What bettor investment than a
light ofiico coat, thoso sweltering
hot dnys. Cool, oomfortablo und
F. A. Sohaefor & Co. havo just
roceived direct from Europo 'a
small consignment of Mumms'
ohumpngno, two brands olsowhero
Till: I'OMCE COURT.
A I.oiik Arm j- ol Caer on Ilantl
Judging by tho sizo of Judgo
Porry'B trial oilondnr this morn
ing, mattors havo taken rin up
ward turn in polico oicles.
Leo Quon Chu nnd Geo Man
Hui, who hail from tho celestial
Empiro or rathor what is left of it
sinco tho last round with Japan,
objoctod to being tried on tho
birthday of tho San of Heaven
and Emporor of tho Moon and got
n rospito to tho 17th. These
creatures aro tho ones who are
aoousod of playfully tapping nn
old drunkon native on tho Load
with tho businoss end of a hatchet.
Throo natives burdened with un
pronounceable and eoveroly long
namos have secured tho services
of J. M. Poopoo as thoir attornoy
to adjust their littlo differences
with tho Republic of Hawaii,
which licenses thorn of wrongful
ly assisting in maintaining a oho
fa lottery, nil of which is con
trary to tho statutes in such ensos
made and provided.
Ilalulu, who was nrrosted for
entering the room of A. Cahill and
stoaling 349.25, will havo his trial
Messrs. Ghee and Sun will have
tho 20th to pxplnin to tho satis
faction of His Honor how cortain
opium oamo into thoir possession
and may porhaps bo able to givo
the government a fow pointers on
tuo present state of-the opium
The charge of seduction against
D. Forroira was again continued,
this timo "till moved on," whioh
mouns any time between now and
when tho prosecution gets ready
to got a movo on. Tho dofondant
was arrested on August 9th.
Tho ohargo of violating soction 2
of chapter 57 of tho penal codo,
which can be botter imagined
than described, against throo Ha
waiian wuhincs was dismissed.
Ah Noo, under tho advico and
counBol of his attorney G. A.
Davis, camo to tho center like a
littlo man, ploaded gnilty and
punglod up S51 to sottlo his fino
and costs, whioh amount will help
pay the oxponsos of engrossing
the land bill and tho prospective
raise in Jimmy Thompson's salary.
Ah Yau is another gontlomnn
who thinks tho prosont condition
of Minister Damon's strong
box ut tho Finnnco Office
would-be tho bettor for a littlo
material aid, and while not ablo
to purchase any government bonds
et presont pricos was willing to
help the Miuistorof Financo to
tho oxtont of another $51, rather
than have n certain transaction in
opium ventilated in opon oourt.
Mr. and Mrs. Stovons, who aro
both under tho bun of tho law
for ooncocting nnd selling a vilo
mixturo Of sugar, hopB, potatoes
and Nuuanu valley resorvoir wator,
commonly and vulgarly known nB
"swipes,'' uro at presont taking up
Judgo Perry's valuable timo, und
so much bo that tho Court will
havo to hold an afternoon soanco
to finish up tho enso.
Mr. Millor, tho pioneer "boss
candy" man, left by tho Australia,
to study for the Methodist minis
try. Tho Hawaiian Electric Com
pany has rocoivod tho olectric
Dlant for tho I. 1. S'. N. Co.'s
steamer W. G. Hall.
At a mooting of tho Methodist
Episcopal congregation last night,
tho orection of a church to cost
$3000 was agreed to. It is intend
ed to have tho church finished by?
tho ond of Octobor, and havo Mr.
Yuttnan tho revivalist, who is ox
poottd horo oarly in that month,,
to assist in dedicating it.
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