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Vol. 1. No. 259.
THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published every day except Sundny at
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Monro, Cobtirc, "Victoria, wUoao poi
trnlt is lo given I
sieo I BufiYr!
icrrtiiiy witli indigestion and sev
eral debility. I could not Metp,
and my condition was such as to
make, my lifo miserable. None of
tho many remedies I tried did m
any good, and I despaired of rv r
getting better. Onoof mv fi-i n '
lold mo of tho blood-piinl'jing iv i
fttcngth-glving properties of A) i-i
''.irsaparillii, and I began taUin-; it
I!"foro 1 hail Ilnislied the first buttle
I felt better, and was thus cneoiir
ir:i d to give the medicine a tinman li
tilnl. In all I used four b.tt!c.
.r.il then was pcifectly cured ol tin
gn.'voiist.oublo which had alllictci
in". I now leei annelid, to aujoii
suHcriug as I did.
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Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
JfllOM JAN. Iht to jdnu 1st, 1895.
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Pommory ifcUreno 11,798
Moet & blnindon 9,C08
Heidsieok & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3,438
Porrior Jouot 3.28G
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. Mnrco ax 33 1
Krug& Co 270
Olias. UoidBiock 3S5
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H, C. BIARTS,
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HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, MARCH 23, 189G.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
iiorsn iti'.vu.m:s woritc on the
niiirli Itiiiliirix Out ulth .Sninilo Coin.
nillti-c--Rcl(rnlloii Act Not
TWEXTY-SUVUNl'U DAY, M AltOIl 23d.
President Wilder railed tlio
Sonnto to ordor at tlio usual hour
this morning, but only eight Sen
ntorn answered to thoir names. A
recess wns taken for a few minutes
to allow tlio stragglers to corao
After a quorum had been se
cured tho minutes of Saturday
woro read and approved.
A communication was received
from tho Ilouso of Ueprosonta
tives slating that lloufco 13111 No.
8 had passed tho thiid reading.
Tho bill defines tho duty of tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs in
regard to tho military.
Senator Lyman from tho Judi
cinry Committee presented a favor
able report on tho bill of Senator
Holstem to revise the Civil Code.
Senator Brown from tho Judi
ciary Committee reported that the
bill giving Circuit Courts in
chambers concurrent jurisdiction
with Disti iet Com ts in suits to
determine v. ntor rights, etc., had
Senr-tor Liiiun from tho Com
mittee on Public Lands asked for
further tfmo on tho roport of tho
Commission on tho Pali rood.
Senator Holstein gave notico
that ho would introduce a bill to
amend Chapter 8 of tho Election
Law adding two now sections.
Senate Bill No. 14, relating to
contested elections, was taken up
on tho second reading, passed nnd
made tho special older for to
morrow. Senate Bill No. lo, appointing
a commission to recodify tho Civil
Code, enmo up on tho second
reading ami pabsod after a now
section was inserted making it
offectivo immediately aftor pub
lication. Tho bill was thou re
ferred back to tho Printing Com
mitteo for rovision and mado tho
special order for "Wednesday.
Senator Brown from tho Com
miltco on Passed Bills re
ported that Bill No. 5, rt
latiiig to tho preservation of Dis
trict Court records, and liouso
Bill 11, amending tho act con
corning salos of merchandise, had
been presented to tho President
for his signature on Saturday.
Sonata Bill No. 10 was read tho
first timo and roforred to tho Ju
At 10:40 tho Senate adjourned.
Twenty-Sixth Day, Maiich 23d.
HOUSE Or IlEl'HEbENTATIVES.
At this morning's session of the
liouso of Pioprcsontativos a com
munication was read from tho
Sonnto announcing tho passage in
tho Sonnto of House Bill No. 11;
also transmitting a coi tilled copy
of tho Sonnto Bill relating to tho
auditing of logislntivo accounts.
Hop. Itichnids prosonted a peti
tion from ton rosidouts of Lau
pahoohoo, Hawaii, asking for an
appropriation of S1500 lor open
ing up n road trom that place to
connect with the govornmont road
at Kiilnu. Jtoforrcd to the Coin
mittoo on Public Lauds.
Bop. Kamiiuoha presented n
potitum from lesidonts of Napoo
poo iihkiug for u ylfiUO impropria
tion for building a public store
house and improving tho landing
at that place. Itulornid to tho
Ooiiiiniltoo on Public LihiiIh.
Hop, llyttroft proniinlotl iiputitioii
fioiii lOHltluntH of hum, pniylnu
for a roiuMiMwiiiuiit of lioniMlunO
IhiiiIh nt llml iiliicu, Itutmrnl lo
Ilia Finaiioa Ooitiuiitttw,
. Halualani presented a
i ii from sixty nine residents
w a askinc for on appropria
tion ot S2G00 for building a now
road from llalawn to Pukaki hill.
Boforred lo Committee ou Public
Bop. Kamauoha prcsontcd a
petition from the Leper Settle
ment asking that the lepers bo
supplied with Goto's remedies as
formerly and thai the Baldwin
and Bibhop Homes do supplied
with medicines necessary for tho
bath treatment. Also that baths
be provided nt Kalaupapa and
mado freo to all at tho settlottienh
IWorrcd to tho Sanitary Commit
tee Bep. Bond from tho Committee
on Public Health, reported on tho
petition to allow fishing to be re
sumed in the harbor. The corn-
mitteosay the matter is ono that i
belongs properly to tho Board of
Health, and as that body is op
posed to tho resumption of fish
ing at prosont,it is not advisable to
go contrary to thoir wishes.
Tho Committee on Public Lands
reported favorably on tho appro
priations for salaries, of Land
Agent SG000; secretary and sub-
agent 5th Land District 4800; .
Clerk i;2400; pay of sub-agents
4420. The committee aro of opi
nion that tho services of a second
clerk in the Land Commission's
ollico nro unnecessary and recom
mond tho item bo stricken from
With regard to the nppropria
tion of 4320 nsked for pay of
rangers the committee say: "This
nppiopriation will not bo expend
ed unless it becomes necessary.
It is somewhat problematical at
presont what tho result of tho
Linnd Act will uo. Jt u is
a success, as it r-ccms likely
it will be, tho work of carrying it
out will rapidly imn-ouua aiul if
the lands nro 6ikon up as they aro
oponcd up and becomo avnilablo it
will bo necessary to employ ran
gers to watch tho lands and seo
that tho conditions upon which
thoy aro acquired nro enrried out.
Wo therefore recommend thnt tho
Tho committeo furthor recom
mend that tho salaries of tho force
employed in the Bureau of Survey
bo not interfered with.
Bop. Bobortson offored a reso
lution to tho effect that no now
potitions bo received by tho Houso
aftor April 1st.
Tho Attorney General claimed
that tho resolution conllictcd with
articlo 4 of tho Constitution. Tho
Ilouso might rcotrict tho timo in
which bills could bo introduced
but ho hardly thought that it
could go as far as to stop potitions
from coming in.
Bop. Kamauoha thought April
30th would bo a better time.
Bop. Bobortson thought thoro
might bo something in tho point
raked by tho Attornoy-Gonoral
and withdrew tho resolution.
Tho Begistratiou Act camo up
on tho ordor of tho day, but tho
Judiciary Committeo asked for
further timo to roport on Section
Tho Act rolatiug to tho laying
out of Btreets in tho town of Hilo
was taken up, with tho report of
tho committeo on Section 3.
Tlio .committeo recommended
tho section pass as in tho
Bop. Bichards stated thnt n big
building had been erected on
Waianuonuo street on the under
standing that tho streot should bo
54 foot wide. Ho thought that
tho width of tho streot should bo
definitoly fixed nt that width and
moved lo so amoiid the suction.
Bep. Kaninuohu wanted to
know whj an oxcoption wits mado
ol V.'iiiuiiuunuobtiuot. Ho thought
the lino should bo definitely fixed
for all btieots. Jf tho govern
ment has made up its mind to
niiiko Wuiiinuenuo street 51 feet
wido why don't tho law say so and
settle it, and not leavo tho mutter
iudufinito. Tho expression "not
Iohh than foity nor niorcf than
sixty font in width" did not give
an)iiii( a ohituco to know how
wide tho Htreet wuh to bo. Ho
ruvorod tlm uiiiiiiuliiuinl,
Hop. HnliotUnn said it wan a
Imd jirtfUMtant to i)x Ilia width of
miiv tflratiL im no ana nou'lil Icll
wlisl tha diniHiuU ut rutur tmttiu
would bo. Bcauso thelino was once
fixed was no argument that it
should not bo changed when ne
cessary. Bop. Itycrof t thought tho section
was vory well as it was, as thoro
was no doubt of tho presont in
tention of tho government lo
maintain tho width of the streot
at 54 foot.
Tho amendment wns lost and
tlm hection passed as in the bill.
The bill then passed tho second
reading and was mado tho sppcial
order for tomorrow.
( Senate bill No. 8, appropria
tions for curront accounts, was
taken np under unfinished busi
ness. The item of $9000 for roads and
biidges in Puna passed.
Tho rest of tho morning session
wns sponi in discussing lioms lor
roads, bridges, etc., but no changes
were mado from tho amounts
ed by tho Senate.
At 12:10 tho Houso took
cess to 1:30 p. m.
NOTES 01" BOTH HOUSES.
Bop. Kamauoha is suffering
fumi u sovoro cold but manages to
make himsolf heard in dobato.
Tho Senate committeo on tho
Tax Law hold a long session this
morning aftor tho adjournment.
Sonnto committees uro busy,
but thoro is littlo to do in open
session until bohio of them roport.
Tho Sonato Special Committeo
on tho Now Tax Bill had n confer
ence with tho Ministorsthis morn
ing. Tho Sonnto Judiciary Committeo
is considering tho new License
13ill this morning, and " tho Com
miueo on uommorco have boon
Senator HolRtniuUbill to utucml
tlnTolectiou law, of which ho gavo
notico today, provides thnt in
cases where there is only ono can
didal for au ollico tho Minister
of tho Interior may declnro him
elected by nroclnmntiou. Tho
bill is designed to do awny with
tho expense of special elections
into tlioso at which A. U. M. Bob
erlsou was elected, and which cost
an unnecessary outlay of about
Cnrnrrrt at I. muni Sqimrc.
Tho band will play at Emma
square this ovoning at 7:30. Tho
following program has been
1 0crtiirc Tlio Armourer I.ortlng
2 (imotto Circus Kllcge
:i Kliulc Artors;j Abut
i Tunc Hawaiian Bones nml Choruses
Iloolicmi, Hole, Wulroca, Kim Lei
r Orand Sclcctlon-S Martiri Donizetti
II (iaxottu Welcome Klus
7 Walt Tlinii'aiul and one Nights
March Hipp, Hipp, Hurrah Kunottl
J. A. Magoon has rendered nc
counts in probata ns follows:
Guardian of Bobeccn P. Hu
meka, n spendthrift, showing bal
nnco of interest duo guardian of
1G1.73, and of principal due
ward of 301.75).
Guardian of David Manuol,
minor, showing a balance of 44.
75 duo the guardian.
Guaidiau of IManucl minors,
balancing at 8359S.G7.
Guardian of Petor Mauuol,
showing balance duo vurd of
Guardian of James Lovo, a
spendthrift, showing receipts
2327.50, payments 3191.73, bal
ance duo guardian 801.23.
Mud .lloiilliw I'or l.nrccii).
Chock Pan was found guilty of
larcony in tho fourth degree in
ludgodo la Yorgne's Court this
morning. His offeusu coiiHisted
in htoaling a giilvanizotl iron
wiiHhtub from 11, Andursou. This
wiim his fourth offuiiMi and coiihu
queutly ho got nine moutliH on tho
mo f, with it lino of (I mid wwtH.
Ihiaiw on Hie aumllo got a Fin-
t'liur r bum- vu tui' uuuhi- hi
5lrltklM Im 9
iip i tjtmwnw iinsi uw mrrwwi jabbm.
PlUOE 5 Cents.
HUMPHRcYS AND HAYNE
:vioi.m:i I'ltoni si:mi.u ci:u.
TAI.V OTATTKR ,MIUOAl.
.fir. 'titiuilircr MUfi t:- Did the On
ioltc r IimI U Otinrzril In tho
Upon tl).M,niplaiutbf J. Alficd
Magoon, P. B. McStockor and Ar
thur Johnstone an injunction wrs
issued on Saturday, forbidding A.
S. Humphreys and .Julieu D.
Hayno from sending abroad for
publication certain scurrilous, de
famatory and libellous mattor, al
leged to havo been furnished by
Humphreys to Iluyne for publi
cation in Tlio Hawaiian magazine,
published in San Francisco.
Tho complaint says that
tho objectionable matter in
question is from tho answer filed
by Humphreys to the bill in equity
of Emmalino Magoon and others
against Julia O. Afong and others,
the litter including hinibolf.
Lieut, jfliurstoii of tho police orv
ed thej injunction upon both of
tho defendants, within n fow inin
utos of each othor, shortly boforo
tho depnrturo of tho stenmor Aus
tralia on Suturday.
Mr. Humphreys' answer to tlio
injunction was filed this morning.
Ho denies that his answer to tho
bill in equity contains either
scandalous, dofaiuatory, imperti
nent or libellous (mutter, saying
that if thoro is anything of tho
kind in tho proceeuijngs it is in
tho complaint iteelf. Ho donies
that ho had jiropared any part of
his answer for publication, ex
cepting certain parts roferriiii al
most cxolusivoly to himself which
was published in the Bulletin
sovornl days ngo. Ho nvers thnt
ho novor Bpoko to or snw J. D.
JInyno until on or about tlio 17th
day of March, 1890, whon that
gontloman camo to his privato
odico nnd nsked to employ him ns
counsol to defend him in n certain
penal action instituted against
him by tho Bepublic of Hawaii.
On that occasion respondent de
clined to appear for Mr. Hayno,
tolling him that ho did not en
dorse tho policy, sontiment or
spirit of Tho Hawaiian.
Mr. Hayno than nsked respond
ent to give him a copy of the com
plaint nnd nnswer in tho equity
suit nnd already mentioned. This
was refused, although Hayno pro
mised not to publish anything in
tho documents which was person
ally offonsivo, and respondent
asked Mr. Hayno to leavo his
oflioc. Ho had not sinco thnt in
terview hold nny conversation
with Hayno until nftor tho sorvico
of tho summons in this case.
Hayno obtained a copy of tho
complaintand answer, without this
respondent's knowledgo,f rom W.L.
Peterson, who has desk-room
and does typowriting in this res
pondent's ollico. Aftor the sorvico
of summons Hnyno told him how
ho hnd procured tho documents,
nnd on his domnud surrendered
them to him. Bospondont snys
that tho only copies of tho com
plaint and aiiBwor which ho had
mado woro for sending to Com
mander Wm. H. Whiting, U.S.
N., and 0. Afong, who aro in
terested in tho cas.0. Ho admits
that ho showed tho documouts to
ono or two personal f rionds. In
conclusion tho respondent expres
ses his willingness to join tho
complainants in obtaining nn
ordor of tho Court to oxpungo nnd
eliminate from tho bill and answer
everything subject to a scandalous
interpretation. Ho would also, bo
far as ho might bo permittod by
tho Court, join tho iilnintiffs in
praying for npornotiml injunction
ngaiiist Biiidil. 1). Huynu for tho
purposes mentioned in thoir peti
tion. 4 .. . ill 1 .. m in -t at
an iiuiiiuvii i rout u in. ij. ro-
litrmin Ih itttnuhed, Haying that ho
iiiiiilo (ho copies for Mr. Hayno,
not knowing it wns wrong whou
tlio iliiiiiiinoiilrt wiiik imit of (hn
nitioid., nml apoloulNilltf foi Hid
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