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Vol. 1. No. 262.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MARCH 2G. 1890.
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. Imports of Champagne In-
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Pommory S(Jreno 11,798
Moot & Ohandon 9,008
Hoidsiook & Co., (dry
Louis Roedorer 3,438
Porrior Jouot..... 8.286
.. Irroy&Co 1.785
r Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
Dolbeok & Co 728
Bt. Mnrcoh us 334
Krug & Co. 270
Ohns. Hoidsiook 355
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Mf" TIbImU. HO GdiiIn. rroiiriuiiliiti
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
HENATOItS DON'T LttlK lMtOl'OSl'.D
To I1HU Panned III the Somite this
nioriiliic Proceedings III Hie
Twenty-Eighth Day, Maroii 25.
House op Repukslntativks: Yks-
TEltDAY AfTEIINOON's SESSION.
t Tho Houso resumed considora
tiou o tho appropriation, bill for
current exponseB at tho afternoon
session of yesterday.
Tho items of $31,000 pay of
policoon Maui, and $140,000 pay
of police on Oahu passed nftor
soino questioning and explanations
thereon by tho Attorney Gen.oral.
On motion of Rep. Rycroft tho
Fiunnco department items wore re
considered so as to iusort tho fol
"ExponBO auditing accounts
bureaus and dopartmont8,.$1500;
tho result of said audits to bo pub
lished in tho newspapers."
Minister Damon and Rep.
Rycroft argued in favor of tho
itora and Rep. Hanuna againBt it.
Tho Attorney-General moved to
amend by adding after tho word
"published." "with tho consont of
the Executive Council."
When tho item of $396,400 for
Bupport of English and Hawaiian
schools came up, as rccommondod
by( tho Committee on Education,
Minister Damon moved to mako
it $372,000 as in tho bill and ar
gued in favor of the motion.
A general discussion onsclioolB,
schoolhouso , toachors, janitors
and thoBoard of Education thon
ensuod,in which Rops. Karaauoha,
Bond, Rycroft, Cluney and WinB
ton took part.
Tho item finally passed at $384,
000, being $12,000 moro than in
tho original bill.
Inthe items for tho Land Com
mission tho appropriation for tho
pay of a Becond clerk was Btrickou
Tho itoms for draughtsman for
superintendent of Public WorkB
and cost of removing garbago
brought up a discussion on tho
ability of tho prcsont suporintou
dont and tho advisability of con
tinuing to reinovo garbago freo of
Speaker Naono announced tho
Relating to tho Deputy Sheriff
of Puna -Rops. Rycroft, Karaau
oha and Richards.
To consider petition presented
by tho Portuguese Rops. Haia,
Bond, Kaeo, Winston and Ry
Thirtieth Day, Mahoh 2G.
After tho usual preliminaries
Minister King announced that tho
President had signed tho bill au
thorizing tho Minister of Interior
to grant u certain class of leases.
Minister King usked for further
time to answer tho questions put
by Senator Holstoin yostorday.
Minister Coopor presented tho
petition of tho United Portuguese
Society. Referred to a special
committee of five to bo announced
Senator Lyman introduced a
petition signed by 275 persons
protesting against tho opium li
Senator Northrup from tho
comitteo on Great Seals presented
tho following report, which was
Your Miscellaneous Committee
to whioh was roforred tho Joint
Resolution concerning tho Groat
Seal of Hawaii, havo carofully
considered ovory Horn of tho reso
lution, and bog loitvo to report as
Wo would roHpootfully roconi
jiiond that tlio Sunnto do not con
qui' in tlio uution of tho Hoiiho on
tlio roHoliitiou, mid wo Hiilunil tlio
following imrlloiilui'ri in wliluli,
ll(!ll()'(ljll(j Id llllt IllilllH Of till) llllllll'
Imun of tlio Ooiiiiiilttoo mill of
others consulted, improvements
can be made.
Arms. Wo would resoectfully
Buggcst that in tho heraldic shield,
tho bars in the uppor loft hand
cornor bo replaced by tho Ha
waiian Jack. Tho eight inhabited
islands of tho group would still bo
represented by tho bars in tho
right hand lower corner, and wo
should also havo in addition a
representation of tho Hawaiian
flag. Tlio surcharged star would
havo additional significance by bo
Tho Tabu Sticks as shown in
tho Exhibit would hardly bo recog
nized by a Hawaiian, as noithor
tlio Btaff nor tho ball aro sugges
tively drawn. Thoy aro cor
rectly shown in tho Great Seal of
the Mdnarchy, and, if represented
at all, should bo significant by
Supporters. Tho figuro of Ka
mohamoha I. should convoy tho
idea of a monarch or ono
in authority. If this idea
is to bo convoyed, thoro would bo
necessitated tho removal of tho
band from over tho shouldor and
tho alteration of tho fisherman's
malo, as shown in tho Exhibit, to
tho royal malo, by lengthening it
to tho knees.
Crest and Motto". Wo would
suggest that tho rays of tho rising
sun should bo as in Exhibit A
rather than as shown in tho origin
al Exhibit, and that tho different
letters of the legend bo all in tho
samo stylo. For instance, in tho
word Hawaii there are two differ
ent stylos of tho lottor A, and in
tho word Republic, the letter U is
different from tho U in tho word
Furthor Accessories Wo would
lastly suggest that a drawing of
the over familiar and suggestive
land mark, our own grand old
Diamond Head, be given tho posi
tion at tho bottom of the shield in
place of tho fabuLus Phoenix.
This will mako the Seal a charac
teristic ono, which your Commit
teo think is desirous.
Your Committee would earnest
ly ask that theso suggestions bo
given careful consideration by tho
uiombors of tho Souato, as sonio
of them aro of great importance,
or tho significance of tho.Seal will
bo in a largo measure lost.
Senator Baldwin from tho Com
mittoo on Commerce- reported on
tho bill authorizing tho mnmi
facturo of alcohol from fruit.
Tho committoo Bay tho bill is un
necessary, as a previous act covers
tho ground and gives tho dosirod
authority. On motion tho report
of the committee was adopted and
tho bill laid on tho tablo.
Senator Holstoin gava notice of
a bill to amend tho act authori
zing tho manufacture of wine.
Sonato Bill No. 15, providinc
for tho recodification of tho Civil
Code and appropriating $2500 for
tho expenses of a commission,
camo'up on its third reading on
tho regular order of tho day and
Sonato Bill No. 17, amending
tho Judiciary Act concerning
Supremo Court Justices, passed
tho third reading unanimously.
Sonato Bill No. 22, for tho
benefit of the I Iilo Library Asso
ciation, was read by titlo tho
second timo and roforred to tho
Committoo on Public Lands.
On motion of Senator McCand
less consideration of tho now
Liconso Act was mado tho special
order for tomorrow.
At 10:30 tho Sonato adjourned.
Twenty-Ninth Day, Makoii 20.
HOUSE OF ItElUlEbENTATIVES.
After tho Houso cot down to
busiiiess this morning Minister
King announced tho signing by
tho President of tho bill author
izing tho Minister of lntorior to
grant u certain class of leases.
Rop. Bond presented tho roport
of tho Health committoo on a po
tition from tho lepers in Kalawao
and Kiilaupapa, embodying a
numbor of requests.
I Tho committee find that tho
lopor Hottloinont liuvo boon contin
uously supplied with tlio Goto
roinedioH for along wirlod of tinin,
Tlnty Imvu boon muliiro furiilHliinl
(Mh'nmd mi 7lh 'njn.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
AfiMit: Cikio llcliiK lICHrd-Scvrclnr'
(iimirit A'moiidH III Ahku-oi
Troutto.ui Slum klonrliitf.
Judge Carter today began tho
hoaringofthojequity suit of Emma
lino Magoon and others against
Julia C. Afoug and othors for tho
appointment of a receiver. Hart
wollriiurston & Stouloy nnd
Robertson appear for plaintiffs,
and Kinney and sEdings for de
fendants. Mrs. Hutchinson was
tho only witness examined up till
By consent of Judgo Perry, in
tho suit of Rudolph Spreokols vs.
W. M. Giffard, secretary of tho
Paauhau Plantation Company, tho
defendant has filed an amended
answer. It states that Glaus
Spreckols gavo defendant warning
that ho was tho ownor of tho 500
shares of stock in dispute, and
had begun suit in California for
their recovery boforo Rudolph
Spreokols had. pledged them to
Allen & Lojsris.
Thof Supremo Court was engag
ed this morning in hearing the
exceptions from Judgo Magoon
in tho caso of Edma G. Trousseau
vs. B. Cartwright uud H. E. Mc
Intyro, oxecutors of tho lato Dr.
TrousBoau. Hartwoll,Thurstou &
Stanley for plaintiff; O. Brown
and Dickey for defendant. E. P.
Dole, attorney, is sjtting in placo
of Justico Whiting, disqualified.
Yesterday, besides the Chinese
theater case, tho Court heard ex
ceptions from Judge Magoon in
tho dobt caso of O. B. MaiTo ot al.
vs. Chin Wo otal. Robertson for
plaintiffs; Kiunoy and Ballou for
Loong Chin Keo has withdrawn
his appoal from conviction of
foot-binding. Tho appeal of Li
Shai, from a similar conviction,
was argued and submitted two
days ago. Hartwoll, Thurston &
Stanley for appellant. '
TOfKItS TO UK lilCl-VSUU.
A Ourloii Temperance Scliemo ou
Foot In lutvn.
Tho new Dos Moines idea of
tho liquor question is tho most
romarkablo yot. Thoro has been
introduced into tho General As
sembly of Iowa n bill which pro
vides that nobody shall procure a
drink in any of tho barrooms of
tho State unless ho first pulls out
and rhows to tho "barkdup" a
license proclaiming him to bo one
of Iowa's alcohol consumers.
This project tho tomporanco re
formers havo sprung upon tho Le
gislature, and tho inspiration of
it comes from a constituency rep
resented by a vory utrict prohibi
tionist, Senator Porrin. Tho
makors of tho bill say that if
man has to tako out a liconso in
ordor to drink in public ho will
think twice boforo ho goos to tho
County Glork's office on such a
mission und puts up two good
Amorican dollars for it. Thoy
claim that this will not only
enormously reduce habitual
drunkenness, but that a lot of
people who now drink occasion
ally and whonovor thoy please
will give up tho habit becauso of
tho shame of boing known as
men who carry "jag licenses"
around with thorn.
Tho bill provides thai, the li-
couho shall bo a logal-lookiug
sheet of parchment with blue rib
bons and a gruou seal, and shall
spooify that such and such a pur
son ,is horoby pormittod to buy
alcoholic liquors nftor showing
tho samo at tho placo where ho is
to puroliiiHO, mid that lio shall
lmvo this prlvilogo for twolvn
months from tlio imltuulur iluto,
Tho HumiHo lions mil imply (o tlio
wliolmmlo purohitiiii of iiluolml or
siiio, iiml in ijooiI only for
ililiilm lolmliml mim Ilio imr in
the regular manner. It is not
Tho proposed law goes on to
stato that saloon-keepers shall not
soil to any ono without a liconso,
and if they do tho fino shall bo
$10 and tho costs of tho suit.
Another curious provision is that
any relative over 14 or any friend
may protest against tlm liconso
boing issued. This is intended
evidently as a means of ruling
out tho "habiluals." Now York
Till: HAWAIIAN ClltCl'S.
Price und Uiirim Proinlio I'alroim u
. Mood l.'ntrrtnliililont.
Prico and Burns havo gotovory
thiug in ordor for their opening
next Saturday and tho public may
fool assured that a fino porform
nnco will bo given. The Hawai
ian horses aro in porfeot training,
members of tho company havo all
loarned now tricks nnd feats of
strength and agility entirely dif
ferent from thoso seen at tho Wirth
A featuro of the ciraus will bo
tho orchestra of twenty-two pieces.
On the opening night tho Kawai
hau Quintette club will Bing Ha
waiian nirs and rendor a fow in
strumental selections. Tho bright,
now canvas, neat paraphernalia
and handsomo trappings all add.
to tho attractiveness of tho "Ha
waiian Circus" which is pretty
sure of proving as successful an
entorpriso as the "Wirth combina
Tbo Iluetiea Cuno Cur.
Mr. Hughes, master car builder
of tho O. It. & L.Co.,has just com
pleted a cano car; an invention of
mb own, which will at onco excite
tho interest of plantation people.
This car, whioh haB a capaoity of
four tons or more, can ba unload
ed in fivo seconds, by one man.
Tho dumping apparatus is of ox
tromoly simplo construction and
nt tho samo timo efficient in ovory
Tho car is built on scientific
principles and is economical, and
especially durable. Tho Bido
stakes and ends cannot flaro or
bocomo loosened bo as to loavo
thoir original position. Tho ends
aro bo bolted on as to prevent
racking and unduo strain, wfiilo tho
stakes aro Bot in a patent sockot
which obviates all possibility of
sagging. In case of breakage any
part will bo furnished on appli
cation. Tho car is porfoctly adaptable
for all plantation purposes, and
can bo constructed for any gaugo
track up to fivo tons capacity.
IlniidMiiiio Household Furniture.
By request of His Excellency
A. S. Willis, United States
Minister, Mr. W. S. Luce, auc
tioneer, is authorized to dispose
of, on Tuesday, March 81st, at 10
a. in., nt Mr. Willis' residence,
King stroot, on account of tem
porary departure, his household
furnititre, consisting of handsomo
parlor chairs, tables, mirrors, etc.;
fino hall funituro; chairs, mirrors,
etc.; boautiful bedroom sots of
birdsoyo maploand imitation bam
boo. All now, handsomo and original.
A largo folding dosk; carved oak
extension dining tablo and chairs
to match. Also ono nearly now
btuuouakor surry and harnebs.
Goods on viow only on tho morn
ing of tho sale.
Al Hie (llirlntluil Cliiirrli.
Tho character sketch of Jacob
delivered by Rev. Romig at tho
Christian church last night was
au intellectual feast, lio nuts
Jacob in tho category of tho great
worthies of tho Old Testament,
notwithstanding his woakuoss for
self aggrandizement shown in his
avaricious dealings with his
brother. Ho was willing' after
ward to make reparation and
restitution bo far m ho could, mid
no man's ropiintanuo miiouuls to
anything until ho roaoliOH tho
point whoro ho is willing lo do
that; until thou IiIh roimnliiiiuo h
nniply nnil not worthy tho ihhdd,
irt (lit) llWt llf I'll)
CARRIER DOVE SAILS.
tiii:i:m:u iu;.uit.s at .midnight
rrnoUT a pkizr.
i I.cliiiH nnd ImhIkiiI riciiiirl Ilcnti
Picked Up , lone tlio DtietmW (1
Hall Duo Tomorrow.
Tlicre are clu'Iit fm clii vessel In port, In
c I mil ii one wnrMilp.
Tho V O Hall from Hawaii and Mnul, It
dm- to nrrlve tomorrow.
Tlie Knillworlli rccuhtd sugnr from tlio
sclmoticr .Molwnlilnr today.
Tlio II Hnckft-M liss not Ml ted yet. Slio
will likely yet auar In a dny or two.
Tliero are nine tO(l-cmel on tlioir wny,
or loading nt Newcastle, for Honolulu.
The 8 8 Keltic h due from 8nrj Francisco
on Saturday, nnd the S Mariposa from tlio
uiuuiro.1 ni-th truill lUUIty,
iow, Friday High
hlfjli tldo small, 3:54
3:LM nm; lilfjli tldo small, 2:51 pi
largo, B:.rn pm; low tldo small, 8:44 nm.
Tim ftrlinnnit fnri-tir Tlntrn ntna IiiIlim
sailed yesterday but owlnir to the. stioiijj
wind, clu did not learo until this morning'.
The schooner Carrier Dove took acarco
of 20,107 bns stiKiir. wellilnjra.S:!9.CI5 lbs,
or nearly ISiu tons, nnd valued nt f 1)3 003
Xfnlnn nftlit lust tm. tlllfi i Im l.r.,i..il. lm
seals cauylit In tbo waters ofTtbo coast oDIm
riuic. mo uouuiy ib loriuo oenent ot tuu
The bark ITnllhiirnnd f1tplintfr.l hnlt.mt
Sorcnson's wharf today. 8ho Is aualttnir
Instructions from the owners, nnd will load
sucar for New York or San Francisco
Tilt! tilt Rlnil. Wlitrh mailA n linrrtAl .!.-
pnrturo for U'nlanae yeslerday uf'crnoon to
""""I'l nuiijiu-eu upium suiiyoner seen
ofl that port, returned at midnlcbt. Nothlnr
wnm a...... nf ll.n .....JL. I n
TnunsDAT, March 20.
8cbr Carrier Dove, nrandt, for Sau Fran
cisco, Ptmr IwnlanI, 8mythc, for Lahalna, Ku
Btmr Ixshua, Nye, for Ilonohlna, I'olmko
manu, Honomu and llnkalitit.
Per schr Carrier Dove M.:07 bas surar, '
Talued at 30,fk)3. Shipped by W O Irwlu A
Per 8 8 Australia, 7Cl bchs bananas, 8g75
bacarlco, 143 bags coffee, 8714 bass snear,
810 dry hides, 8G5 cr bides, U2 skins, U bx
pines, IMS bans bones, 515 beer kegs, I br pa
per patterns, 2 cs curios, 3 a dry goods. H cs
sampiu shoes, 0 cs betel leaves, 4 bx inaniro,
4 pkgs household circcU, SOI sacks pliM
Slants, 2 bx sardines, and 8 bx tomatoes,
hipped by: J Waller, J Dodd, C Loeloy.
Macfnrlane & Co, V C Peacock & Oo,
Mm M IUua. O Daniel, Ehiers A
Co. M Melnerny, 8lnp Cbonc ifc Co,
M Phillips A Co, flyman Bros, Quanc WaT.
On Co, Kay Kee, 11 Peterson. E J Wltcher,
Tropical Fruit ;& Fiber Co, Y Lum Sliur
& Co, E L Atarehall, Eveleth A Nssh, U
Wilcox, Sun Fook Sing, J U Parke, l' U
Davlea A Co, II Cannon, Mills fc Co, Cliane
Chan, Campbell & Co, oln;; Lee Co, Slnu
Kee, Kwong Tal Loy, Cieo Andrews, W U
Irwin & Co, M 8 Qrlnbaum & Co.
VE8BBLJ IN POUT.
USB Adams, Watson, Ban Francisco.
(Coasters not included in this list.)
Ocr bk Paul Isenbenr. Wuhrmann.Llverpool
8chr Wm llowdcn. FJeiein, Vewcaslle.
Am bk Holllswood, Knight. Nuw York
Xm slip J It Drown, Magulre. Newcastle
Nor bk Marunretlie, Waaler, Newcastle
Am shp Kcnllworth. Ilaker. s F
Oer bk II llackfeld. llirher, San Francisco.
Am ship Henry Vlllard., N Y (Hllo.)
Mis stinr.Morulne; Star, (iurliiud, Huiith Seas.
FOltEION VF8SKI.S EXrECTKD.
Vessels Where trom Uuo
USaCoucord. Kobe Dae
u oo Vjoucoru, none
Am bk Kdwiird May..,.lhision
Arm titr a.i..tl..Al.. VT.... .1..
it... ii uiiiiiiifiu.. . .....v, i-aMif. . .
Am sblpC FSurgent Nuvrcaxtle,
Am bk donomu
lirshlp I.lweli.. ..
Or bk Foxl'1oc. ..
Am kchr llungor
Am bk Albert
lluw lik Andrew Welch 8. F.,
Am snip unuuoke
ilktti June I. titnnfonl
Ourbhlp II F (Dade,..
S K Duo
Newcastle, April M
..Liverpool, April 3d
..Newcastle, April 80
. 'tin niiij tyLUlllviUUl
Nor bk Fortuua.... Newcastle ,
Haw bk l.euhl Newcastle ,
Ilk Melrose Nuuciistlo
: i ,
Noulli Gurollnu'M Liquor hiile..
Tho Stato of South Carolina
sold last year, through its dispen
sary, 81)20,(102.02 worth of liquor,
on which tho not profit was jjlG.),
0.W.G2. The Bales of tho sub-dis-poiiBarios
amounted to $l,070,8li'il.
05, whioh cost the counties 87G,
580.20, making thoir gross profit
820l.883.-l-l. Thoro aronowoighty
four 8ub-disponsario8 in tho Stato.
Ewa plantation turned out ono
hundred ami fifteen tons of sugar
yesterday, tho largest iluy's run
hIiiuo tho iiimiuuniiion of Oui now
mill. Mr Mimlnuk. booknopur
of Ijwti, rtiporlH Unit tlio yioltl
from omili llulil in tlio ilmiti; Ion
linn tiiriiml out inoro jiutivlly tlimi
i. ,, ','& 'MMij-u! 1 l A. "
it j.fc Ut I. 'wA.'A