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Concert TliU Alleriioon.
Tho government baud will givo
tho usual concert at Emma squaro
this aftornoon at 4;!!0. Professor
Borgor Iiiih arranged tho follow
ing program for tho occasion:
1 Oyurturi) Tho Arnnmrcr I.orUIng
a (UvniluOlrcu Fiku
jj Mrch-tinu llin CuiinhM..
i UrMiltji!wlu!i-4 lrllil nBuJMlil
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
AI'I'ltOfltlAIIO.N iron SKGTAIII.IN
I'MU'OShS COT OVV.
Tin- HruNiMittnn It til on Its Second.
Heading; In tlio nuto. Opinions
if lixllvldiiut Member.
Tiiiuty-Second Day, Maiich 28.
Aftor tho usual preliminaries of
prayer, roll call nud the reading
of tho minutes, Ministor Damon
roported that tho answers to tho
questions propounded by Senator
McCandless, asking for a list of
taxpayers on tho various islands
nnd tho amount of taxes paid, had
beon prepared for tho island of
Oahu and handed to Senator
Baldwin. Tho Kauai list had
also boon recoived, and it was
Senator Lyman from tho Com
mittee on Publia Lands to wlmm
, had beou referred tho petition of
mnrfiltnntH nal.-inrr tlmf. Mm rn
- --w ..w-.u W.I.V ,UU JU- I
utmuuuii ot corrugaieu iron
shanties in tho firo limits bo stop
ped, roported that tho committoo
had investigated tho matter and
also visited the buildings com
plained of. Tho result arrived nt
by tlio committoo was that tho
matter demanded immodiato at
tention, and tho committoo had
thoreforo drafted a bill look
ing to a mitigation of tho ovil,
which ho road.
Tho bill oxtonds tho firo limits
by taking in both sides of tho
streots which now mark tho pres
ent limit, and includes that por
tion of tho lower part of tho city
extending from Nuuanu to and
bolow King street, including the
site of tho old iishmnrket. Tho
powor to grant permits for new
buildings is taken out of the hands
of tho Superintendent of Public
"Works and placed in the hands of
a Commission of five, to consist
of tho Ministor of tho Interior,
Superintendent of Public "Works,
Chiof Engineer of tho Firo De
partment and two disinterested
persons. It nlso provides that
corrugated or sheet iron cannot
boused for that portion of tho
building fronting on tho streots.
The bill wns reforrod to the Print
Senator Lyman from tho samo
committee presented a roport on
tho Hilo Library bill. Tho Com
mittoo recommoud its passago,
with tho proviso that tho land re
volt to tho government when it
ceases to bo used for tho pur
poses of tho Act.
Ministor Damon called attention
to Act 81 of tho Provisional Gov
ernment, which appropriated cer
tain sumB of money to St. Louis,
Oahu, Kamohamoha and Hilo
colleges. Tho money had boon
paid to these institutions up to
December 31st and another quar
ter was now duo. Tho money had
already beou appropriated' but tho
Auditor-Gonoral rofusod to audit
tho bills, claiming that by tho bill
passed by tho present legislature
tho now fiscal TlOriod (nmmminpd
on January 1st of this year and
nil appropriations horotoforo made
which rnn into tho present period
woro necessarily void. Tho Exo
cutivo differed with tho Auditor
Gonoral on tho matter and woro
in favor of paying tho amounts.
Ho therefore introduced a Joint
Resolution authorizing tho pay
ment. Sonator Watorhouso moved tho
Sonator Brown objected on tho
ground that tho paBsago of tlio
resolution virtually aniouutod to a
ro-appropriation of tho monoy,
TIub Legislature was poworloss to
do that, as tho Constitution ox
prossly provides that no monoy
ahall bo appropriated for tho sup.
port of Bootarinn aohoola aftor
iMiunary ihi. jouii.
or AVntorhoiiHn wiilwlrmu
tho J in
Ion mill MQYml (o rofor to
or AliiQuiiilluHH lunvuil In
HP I'iuK), Mill rmtll III" law
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 28. 1896.
just passed as to tho fiscal period,
Baying the very object of its pas
sago was to sot at rest all such
I questions us had just arisen.
Sonator Lyman did not seo how
1 it was possible to pay tho amounts,
after passing tho bill defining tho
I fiscal poriod. Ho was sorry for
1 tho schools but must voto against
I he motion to lay on tho table
provailed by u voto of 7 to 4.
Senator Holstein read n bill of
which ho had previously givon
notice, amending tho Act provid
ing for tho manufacture of wiifo
from Hawaiian grown grapes.
The amendments proposed pro
vide for tho storago of tho wine at
tho nearest Custom Houso
at a cost not to extend
a quarter of 1 per cent of
its cost, nnd imposition of an in
ternal revenue tax of one-third
that. of imported wines of tlio
samo class. Referred to tho
Senator Hocking read his bill
to amend tho Act relating to tho
issuing of patonts for inventions,
which provides for their ro-issu-nnco
under certain conditions.
Referred to tho Printing Com
mittoo. Houso Bill No. 7, tho Registra
tion Act, was then taken up on tho
Sonator Brown, in moving tho
pnssngo of Soctiou 1 of tho bill,
gave an account of tho work of tho
Commission appointed at tho ro
cont special session and argued at
length m favor of tho bill.
Ministor Damon moved that
further consideration of Section 1
bo indefinitely postponed and
asked for a second, to which Sen
ator Rico responded. Tho Minis
ter then argued against tho pas
sago of tho bill, reiterating tho
arguments ho had previously ad
vanced in tho other House.
Minister Cooper ulso opposed
tho bill, although ho acknowledg
ed tho forco of tho argument that
tho bill would ndd SL'5,000 to the
revenue of tho country. It wos
true that it 'would dorco many
people to pay tlioir taxes who.now
escaped, and that this was neces
sary ho showed by citing that last
year in this city only 115G Japa
nese, 4950 Chinese, 1180 Amer
icans and other Europeans and
1088 HnwaiiuiiB had paid tlioir
taxos out of a total of 28,000 in
habitants. Ho thought tho diffi
culty could bo solved by nn
amendment to tho tax law and ho
was in favor of settling tho matter
in that way. "While tho Cabinet
was divided on tho matter, it
made no difforonco in their
prosont harmonious relations, us
tho measure was not a depart
mental or executive one. Tlio
Attornoy-Gonornl favored tho
bill, Ministor King was non
committal and Minister Damon
nnd himself opposed it.
Sonator Rico opposed tho bill
on tho ground that it interfered
with personal liborty. Ho did
not seo why a man should havo
to go around woaring a dog tag
and did not propose to do it if ho
could help himself. Ho could not
Bwnllow tho bill wholo as ho was
asked to do.
Senator McCandless could not
seohowit curtailed personal libor
ty in nuy way. Ho callod atten
tion to tho bonoficial rosults to bo
oxpoctod from tho advantages of
tho bill in detecting and checking
Sonator Brown said tho bill
would bo tho moans of tho collec
tion of $25,000 in taxes which was
now absolutely lost to tho govorn
mont. Tho Attornoy-Gonoral ndvocat
od tho passage of tho bill with
groat warmth and at somo consid
Senator "Watorhouso poured oil
on tho troubled waters by stating
thnt tho bill in its nmoudod shape
had only boon plaood on tlio Sen
ators' labloa thin morning and ho
thought tho luomborH had hardly
had ilnio to properly digost it. To
allow nf thin lin inrtvnd Hint Mm
wholo Bubjoot bo brought up iih
unllulaliod biiaiiioHa on Monday
ami timt tlio Honuto do now ml
AtlliOO tlio HoiihIo mljnnrm),,
Ofljiliiwd an Hi ligt,
ii ; ui r::it.s or ki:iii:kaii
AiMilt ri-xnrv of I'nclllc Decree Lodge
Whorevor Odd Fellowship has
gained a good fooling, as it has
long ago in Honolulu, you will
find a women's dogreo of the or
der. This is known as tho Daugh
ters, of Robokuh, I.OO.F. Pacific
Dogreo Lodge, D. of It., was or
ganized in Honolulu several years
ago and last night celebrated its
anniversary with a literary and
musical social followed by a
dnnco. Tho ordor of tho oiltor-
tainmont was as follows:
1 Address of uclcomo by t lie Noblo
Ornnd Miss Lizzie Adlur
S Viano Solo Popular Aim MlwKlce
3 Duet Quflkon CourtnUlp
. Mis Turner and Ilarrr Xlcnlt
4 Draiaa (In two ncUJ-"Mlml Your
Own UuMncss".. Members of tlicOrder
5 Vocol 8olo "AnUnfortunato Man"
,;:, Mr M F Scott
0 Violin nud piano duet nnd Miss l.oo
.Mr Win hoe.
7 "Sonus of Seven" .lean Inflow
(with musical Interludes)
o refreshments and dancinf;.
Each itom in tho literary and
musicnl program wns exceedingly
well rendored. Miss Rico delight
ed the nudionoo in well known
seutimontal airs with variations
on tho piano. Tho two young
popplo in tho "Quakers' Court
ship" woro vory mirth-provoking.
"Mr. and Miss Lovo, in their in
struinontal duet, afforded a rnro
treat. Tho little Bocial drama
oyoked roars of laughter ovor tho
discomfituro of tho village gossips.
"Whilo all acted thoir parts well,
spocial mention may bo mndo of
the artistic swoon of Mrs. H. H.
Willinms nt tho donouoment. It
could not havo beon discounted on
tha professional stngo.
In tho representation of Joan
Iugolow'a beautiful sketch, "Songs
of Sovon," tho ladies taking part
gavo somo fine elocution, whilo
tho stngo sotting of a garden
scene was remarkably pretty.
-There woro good-sized trees, a
moon hung aloft, a leafy bower
portal, etc., all of which show(od
tho results of artistic conception
Tho managing committee woro:
Mrs. Potrio, chairman; Mrs. Coon,
Mrs. Williams, Mrs. D. P. Law
fonco, Mrs. G. Tumor. Mossrs.
H. H. Williams nud Charles Car
ter acted as lloor managers for
tho danco. Ico cream, cako, coffeo
and lomonado woro sorved at tho
conclusion of tho littorary and
musical program. Musio for tho
danco was furnishod by P. Silva
on tho violin and M. Kcnlakai on
tho piano. Tho diversion was
kept up until midnight, when tho
Virginia reol was danced as tho
Thero was a good attondnuco in
spito of unfavorable woathor and
muddy streots. nnd tho Dnughtors
of Rebokah desorvo every com
plimont foj tho charming evening
thoy carried through.
l'iier filed In Several Cusca In tlio
Judge Perry has mndo a docroo
of partition in MnliknPotorsonvs.
Knnunnn and othors.
In II. A. "Widomami vs. E. B.
Thomns tho dofoudnnt has filed a
bill of exceptions to tho decision
of Judge Porry.
M. D. Monsarrnt has filed a mo
tion, regarding adeoroo of divorco
in forco ngaiust him, for dissolu
tion of ordor of alimony and for
giving him, or a guardian to bo
appointed by tho court, custody of
tho minor children, on tho ground
of iiiiHcouduot of tho plaintiff
which ho apooifioH by ntlidavit.
Throo now dooumonts havo
boon filed in tho Afoug case, 1.
Further ciiuho shown by ilulia
Afong why a rocoivor should not
bo appointed, U, Motion of Julia
Afoug to atriko out jilaintiuV
auiondinoiil of bill, I), Oainurnir
of Julia Afoug to tlio. ituumdoil
bill of flomplirtut,
A motion fov im oxnmitinn
Iiiih boon Ijlutl 111 Jliwhffild yh.
Idiilnviim. It ii)iofirti Unit llimft
wim inintnlio il Uit) nrluiniil
uiHiliuij, by wl(y) Hut tuuomit m
S75.30 less than the final judg
ment. A motion has been filed by de
fendant in tho suit of Rudolph
Spreckols vs. AV. M. Giffard for r
commission to tnko tho testimony
of Claus Spreckols in San Fran
cisco. LOCNL.AND GENERAL.
In a new advertisement in this
issuo W. "W. Dimonll calls atten
tion to ilio merits of tho Jo,ol
Allen A Robinson will disnoso
of Croah Departure Bay Coal from
tho Wellington niino in quantities
Tho junior tennis plnyors of
both sexes had possession of tho
Pacific Tonnis Club court this
Captain Pnrkor and somo of tho
polico woro busy this morning ro
rno'viiig tlio butts from the Kakn
ako rungo to tho now place at
John Toixoirn Bispa, arrested
yesterday for using threatening
lnnguago to a countryman, was
put under $100 bonds this morn
ing to keop tho penco for n year.
Tho clearanco credit sale of H.
W. Schmidt & Sons will bo con
cluded on Wednesday next at tho
auction rooniB of W. S. Luce,
when tho bnlanco of goods of
ovory description will bo offered.
Lnst night a buggy driven by a
small boy run against a stroot car
from Punahou opposito Washing
ton Plnco, upsetting tho buggy
and hurling tho young driver out
on tho street. Tho car drivor had
shoutod a warning to tho lad to
keop off, just a second beforo tho
collision. Fortunately tho little
follow was not hurt nud tho horse
being quiet did not nttompt to
run away. Tho editor of this pa
per, who was walking down town,
aided by a passenger from tho
enr, righted tho carriago, while
John PhillipB, who nlso was
aboard tlio car, readjusted tho har
ness. Moanwhilo tlio cn'rria'go
lamp, which was knocked off, had
its oil tako fire, making n merry
blnzo. Tho carriago top was mado
lop-sided by tho concussion. Tho
boy said tho carriago belonged to
Iliiiidaoniu Iloimcliold I'liriilture.
By roquost of His Excolloncy
A. S. Willis, United States
Minister, Mr. W. S. Luco,
auctioneer, will disposo of, on
Tuesday, March 31st, at 10
a. m., nt Mr. Willis' residence,
King stroot, on account of tem
porary doparturo, his housohold
furniture, consisting of haudsomo
parlor chairs, tables, mirrors, etc.;
lino hall furniturojehairs, mirrors,
etc.; beautiful bedroom sots of
birdBoyo mnplo and imitation bnm
boo.All now,hnndsomonnd unique
A largo folding desk; carvod oak
oxtouBion dining tnblo and chairs
to match. Also ono nonrly now
Studebakor surry and harness.
Goods on view only on tho morn
ing of tho salo.
A htnrtliuir htntciiicnt.
Tho stntomont is made, nud tho
figures can bo produced therefor,
thnt less than 8 per cent of tlio
sako imported into this country
from Jnpan is sold through tho
medium of tho saloouB. Tho
other 92 por cent finds its way
into tho littlo Ohiucso ami Japau
obo stores scattered about tho isl
ands, and is by thorn peddled out
to natives and Japanese whilo tho
anloons aro givon tlm crodit of it.
Tlio island of Kauai absorbs it
vast proportion of tho Hitko ship
ped from Honolulu, which can ho
roadily soon by taking a look at
tho froight of any dopartiug
stoiunor tor that island,
JtliiUlM l.U nt A"'tloiit
At noon today Auotionoor Mor
gan aold h!x linn lota at Mitkiki nt
uuutiou to tlio hiuliOHt biildiU'H,
hotaliuuiawnntto W,W. filf-
"n fori 300i ulu il miti -l to
lola tl in
)l AtlltUtDU h)V $m iHUill and
low ft mill I) lu V. A. I
Pkjgb 5 Cents.
OUR MARINE NEWS.
thk ii.iuici:Mi.vi: c a imimc he-
Tlllt.Vi:i T I'OKT.
' Tlic Itn .lIol'n.lIlMliiip-l.liiinl iStciiliterx
I'll riiKerlt tier Hltrlim
The Oliti'lln lrum M.iul, should arrho to
The little steamer lwa nrrhed saflly on
the Ha-iill eo.vl
The hark ICste Davenport Is discharging
con! at Fort street wharf.
Tho schooner Mol Wahlno was launched
from tho Murine Hallway this rnornlnir.
Steamers uliUh urrlvcd from Knual eter
day, report wry rough wiathernl tile Gar
Tnmuftmv HuntTfif m..li im.. !..
4:15 pin; high tide small. U:40 nm;low tldu
-hi i" uuc email, lu.oi pm.
The V O Hall arrlvcil yesterday ancrnoon,
and reports vcrv rough weather on the Ha
wull coast. She did not brine her usual
deck-load of tattle, nud It It said to be the
second time In seven or eight cars.
Tho Ivrnllunrlli wtfi.1tnit .him. fmtn .1...
James M.iKlu this inornlnu', nnd the Keauhou
inscimrgcu pan ot ncr cargo Into the I'anl
Isenberg. bugnr from thu Wnlnl'Mle and
Katml wns stond in Oeiaulc wnrehousc.
Thobarkcntlnc CC Fun!., which salkd for
Knhulul last Tueoday, wns unable to mane
that port on account ortlie heavy w Inds, and
tho captain being unfamlltar with the coast.
Sho was towed In by the tng jesterday cvciv
Ing, nr.d Is now anchored In the stream.
The schooner Kn Mol, which sailed this
morning, again cnrrled away tlio Jlli slay, nnd
returned to port. While tacking In the chan
nel, she went ashore on the leeward side,
near the sixth pile from the lighthouse. 8tie
was cully towed oil by the tug, which went
tolicr nsslstnncu shortly after. No damage
was done to the bottom, theie being a sand
bank where she grounded.
Fitrtuv, March 2T.
Bktn C C Funk, Uhalleston, from off MauL
Stmr James Mukuc, Peterson, from KanaU
Stmr Keauhou, Thompson, from Wulmca,
Satukdav, March L'3.
BtmrJA Cummins, Ncllaon, from Oahc
Haw lik Andrew Yclfll1 from 8. F.
8 8 llelglc, from San Francisco. ,
VESSELS LEAVINO MONDAY.
Stmr James Makcc, Peterson, for Kama,
Slmr Keauhou, Thompson, for Kllauea,
at 4 pm.
Slmr WalaUnle, Gregory, for llonunpo and
Pnnaluu. at 1'-' m.
Slmr Knual, llruhn, for JInknwell, Wal
mca nnd Kckahn, at I p m.
8tmr Kaeua, Calway. for Walnlua, Mokulc
la, Keawenul and l'uuikl, nt 0 a in.
From Knunl, per slmr James Makec, Mar
27 E J Morgan.
From Hawaii and Maul, por stmr Y (1
Hall, Mar U7-E 11 8harp, IV Muller. Ell
Kruss, DrKowat, Mr nnd Mrs Hclekuniul,
nnd KX1 deck.
OAnOOES FUOM ISLAND 1'OltTS.
Et Kauai 72t)0 bags sugar.
Ex James Makec 2100 bags sugar.
Ei Keauhou 3513 bags sugar, 3 pkgs
Ex J A Cummins, 1125 bags sugar, 270 bags
Ex W G Hall 0100 bags sugar, 200 bags
coffee, 40 bags awn, 50 bills hides, 1 horse, 1
A MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tho Hawaiian
Baseball Association will bo hold
TUESDAY, March 31st, at 12:30
o'clook p. jr., at tho Office of Hon.
W. F. Allen, Knahumnuu street.
It is earnestly requested that
tho Stockholders will, mnko nn
effort to nttoud, in ordor that ofii
cors may bo olootod.
J. H. FISHER,
Houolulu, March 27, 189G.
300 Able Bodied
WORK ON SUOAU PLAN-
WngnB Slfipnnonth, froo lodu-
HigH, uruwoou i
nud nuHtiual nttoud-
ftftM Apply up to April 10 in
tlu uftornoou, hotwogii l niid -j
o'ulouk, nt our ufilgn, No. m, fc