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I fi .,TnWfI?!(iEas.,sgv
For Family Use I
Just Hcceivod, ox "C. O. Fuulc," a carg3 of
Wellington, DepMlrone Bag, do&I
Which is offered iu (vtnmtillos to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
11USTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL.
Also White and Black Sand
. at the very lowest market
rates. Telphono No. 414.
Waikiki M Proiicrty
(Adjoining tho Itesldonco of Jas. B. Cnstlo.)
Size of&Qt, 150300 Feet.
1' For pnrticuliirs, apply to
201-tf FltED. UAHIUSON.
At WAIKIKI od car lino and ou PA
LAMA KOAD near Fertilizing
Theso Lots are Very Cheap and Sold
on Easy Terms.
Desirable Aero Tracts near tho city and
other Properties for sale.
BltUOK, "WARING & CO.,
DoalcrN in Lots and Lands,
C03 Fort Street, near Kinff.
TELKrnoNii (i07. P. O. liox 821.
Valuable Lands For Sale!
A Goocf Investment I
ltlOE LANDS WITH AMJNDANT
supply of watpr. Also, traut Liuul miit
nbfo for oultivation or dividing into houiot
stead lots tieiir Honolulu. Good ieouuo
from riuo lnndri.
l;or fiutlier pnrtlculars, iuquira of
25S-lf A. V. GEAK.
My 510.00 Hath TuIjh, lluoil with best
quality, No. 10 zlue, 0 in. l'ipo, (Jlmin and
l'Iii(,'i with wood im all complete. Uthot
dwiler.s are rimufoiuidori, und rubort lo all
umimcr of TrickH mid Kxciihcm.
l!o not deceived, tlieifo l!:ith Tubs lmvo
been sold fo 911 until I reduced the price
I am prepujod to do all work in my line
and ('intrant, o Hutisnictiou; KhtiinattH fur.
If you wont u good Job cheap for Cash,
ri( up Telephoiio 811, and I am yoni
JAB. KOTT Jit,
TiiiHtiilth it I'luuilxiri
)U1UN(1 TIIH Tl'.Ml'OUAltY All.
.moiica of ilr() Winam, Mr llco Olio In lioro.
by uutliorlwd to act h Manager of our
ilrin uiul to hIijii our llrm iuiuhi.
Honolulu, Mitruh '-Wtli, Ibiiil, 'Jil.Vlw
Irritating and Disfiguring
On tho Faco, Cured by
Ucmarknble Experienco of MIii Dorothy
Mfthcr, Fitiroy, Victoria, whoso portrait
wo are privileged to glvo bolow:
"I tako pleasure In testifying to
tho Rreat bencllt I derived from
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. I sufTprcil
from eruptions on my faco of n very
irritating and vexatious nature.
For a considerable time I experi
mented with various so-called blood
medicines, but without any allevia
tion of my trouble At last, your
famous Sarsaparilla being strongly
recommended to me, I began to uso
it, and after taking two bottles It
was most gratifying to sco and feel
the effect in allaying tho irritation
and reducing tho eruptions. When
I had used threo bottles tho erup
tions disappeared altogether, with,
out leaving a mark on my face, and
I have never been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
jeld HeJah at the World's Chtel Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for the Republic of .Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
Fnoai jan. 1st to jdne 1st, 1895.
G H Mmnra & Co.'s oxtra
Pomtnory & Grono 11,798
iloet & Ohandon 9,608
Hoidsiook & Co., (dry
Louis Itocderor 3.438
Perrier Jouot 8.28G
Wo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marcortux 334
Krugoi Co 270
Ohas. Hoidsiook ,.. 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlano & Co.,
dolo AgontB for G. II. aiutnra & Co.
tor tlio Hawaiian Islands.
LABORERS WANTED 1
300 Able Bodied
POKTUO.UESE LABOHEHS TO
WOHK ON SUGAR PLAN
TATIONS. AViirob 10 nor month, froo lodg
ings, jirowoou ami modioli! nttond
unco. l&r Apply up to April 10 in
tho nftornoon, liotwoon i) and 4
o'olouk, nt our olllco, No. 25, Nuu
HAWAIIAN SUQAR PLANTERS' ASSOCIATION.
THE BIG SHIP ROANOKE.
TUB LAIMJENI- A!Tti:illCAN IKII.
on ax r v.nnki ai;loat.
Notcit uriler trip Out from Now York
All I.vciltfill nnd DllnNlrolIK
Tho arrival oflhoship Eonuoke,
which docked yesterday morning
at tho Oceanic wharf, roquiros
more thnn a passing notice, for
besides being the largest sailing
vess.ol that has over ontored tho
port of Honolulu sho is nctunlly
tho lnrgest Amorican merchant
man niloat. Sho is 3539 tons
gross register, and can carry over
5000 tons dead weight. Her
length is 311 feet 3 inches, breadth
49 feot 2 inches and depth 30 feet
2 inches. Sho was built in 1892
in Bath, Mo., and is owned by
Sewoll & Co. of that port.
Compared with tho China, tho
largest steamship which over
camo here, sho is a much smaller
vessol, although her greater width
THE SHIP HOANOKE
mndes hor total carrying capacity
nearly ns large. Tho China is 440
feot long, 48 feet 1 inch wido and
32 feot 8 inches deep. Her gross
tonnage is 4910, and not 4G97. If
necessary tho China could carry
about G500 tons of freight.
Some idea of tho carrying capa
city of tho Roanoko may bo estim
ated when it is stated that sho
will carry away about one twen
tieth of this years' entiro sugar
crop of these islands.
Iho Roanoke loft Now York on
Juno 20, 1895, bound for San
Francisco with a cargo of railroad
iron for tho now San Joaquin
In speaking of tho trip one of
tho crow said:
"From the day wa loft Now
York until wo reached Rio do
Janeiro wo had nothing but hard
luck. When Dobbins fell from
tho raizzon roynl a few days after
wo-worontsoa all tho old timors
said tho ship was going to have
bod luck. For a couple of months,
howovcr, thoro was nothing to
bear out tho asBortiou, and thon
by all that's glorious if it did not
como on us in a heap.
"It was along in August and
thd ship was making heavy
weather of it. "Wo woro undor
snug canvas, but wave after wave
was breaking aboard, and tho
wntch on dock had hard work of
it dodging tho water as it swopt
from stem to atom. Suddenly a
heavier ono than usual camo roll
ing along, and juBt as tho warn
ing cry enmo from aft it broke
aboard, and tho entire starboard
watch was washed into tho scup
pors. "Whmi Iho watch bolow had
boon called and tho disabled mon
cured for, it was found that only
threo out of tho oight woro able to
got around. Evan thoso tlireo
had to tako to thoir bunks noxt
day, nud they had to bo loft bo
hind at Rio.
Our troublus noomod to lmvo
only just hugtui, howovor, as two
days lultor Hponnort mid Palm
woro lost from tho forotopHiiil
yard. Spoiiuni'l full to tho dock
and was killud iindiiutly, whilo
Palm fell overboard and was
nv immi again. After that wo
ran into a succession of gales, and
when we did finally reach Bio do
Janeiro sixteen of tho men had to
bo sent to Uio hospital. A more
battered, disconsolate-looking sot
of men I never '.nw loavo a ship.
Tho captain wl tho Amorican
Consul did ov. .vtlmig possible
for thorn, nud fh . will roach
homo all right. It was the most
disastrous and huntcnt voyngo I
over niado around tho Horn, and
I don't want another one like it.
Strange to sa,y tho ship was
damnged very iittlo, but tho crow
made up for hor oscapc.
Tho Eoauoko arrived at llio do
Janeiro on September 1G, and
sailed again on October 28th with
a new crow, crossed -tho equator
on January 4fh and arrived at San
Francisco ou January 21st, 87
days from Rio nnd 217 from Now
York, without further mishap.
The Roanoke loft San Francisco
on March 10th, and had fiuo
weather until sho sighted tho isl
ands on tho 31st, when she found
herself off Kahuku point on tho
wrong Bido of Oahu, having boon
driven out of hor course by con
trary curronts. Tho vessel was
finally worked around to Rarbor's
point where sho was taken in tow
by tho Likoliko and brought safe
ly to port.
UNDEn FULL SAIL.
itoiiEitr w. wii,oox.
Onr Ilia Service to Italy for the Wnr
Robort "W. "Wilcox, loader of
tho insurrection of 1889 and ono
of tho lenders of tho uprising of
1895, has offered his services to
tho Ministor of "War of Italy, to
join tho campaign iu Abyssinia.
Ho sent tho following letter to tho
Ministor named by the Australia's
mail on March 21:
(A Copy Translated from the Italian.)
His Excellency, General Ricotti,
Ministor of War, Rome, Italy:
Sin: Hnving boon ono of tho
cadets of tho Royal Military
Academy, of tho courses of 1881
85, also a sub-lieutenant of artil
lery in tho Royal School of Appli
cation for Engineer and Artillory
Officers, of the coursoB 1885-87, of
Turin, and now knowing tho mis
fortuuo that has bofallon somo of
my comrades of tho samo arm nnd
school in far off Africa, I cannot
do less, as a duty toward my
adopted couutry, than to offer
myself to Italy to bo sent in the
military service in Abyssinia,
Hoping that my request will bo
favorably considered by His Maj
osty tho King, by YourExcolloncy
and by other members of tho
cabinet. Most respectfully,
Your Excolloney's gorvant,
Rohl'ht W. Wilcox.
Honolulu, H. L, March 17, 189(5.
At i:minii M mi ii'.
Tho Hawaiian band will givo
tho usual concert this evening
at 7:ii() nt Em inn squnro, with tho
Ow.Tlnro-llatnllt TrluU Siippo
l'limlu I.iioIh ponliwtl I
tiulffllltll I'utluiii'u KlllliWIII
Tlnou liitHalliiii biilo unit L'lior'JH.
Elblli', MttUnul, llnlilim Mnluma.
Huiiiliil.t'unc-v ol tlio .Midwinter, IMr
llnllml-.I.iil'tilniinilj) rwiuwt). ... .. .yuMfUr
V1u-VIiii (HrU toy witttt)....ZWirr
Mw)W)--!14 JIM toW
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
SEVERAL HILLS 1'ASSUO ON THIRD
Itr.AIIING IN TICK MKNATn.
The Srimtn Sll Down I'nril mi the
III In Iielcentlou lricpcllitK
lu tlm Lower Ilmue.
Tuiiity-Seventii Day, Apiul G.
After tho opening preliminaries
in the Sonnto this morning, Min
istor Damon presented tho final
report of tho taxes paid on tho
island of Hawaii for tho uso of
tho special committee on tho Tax
Senator Brown presented a pe
tition signed by 42 Chinese tailors
asking that, no liconso bo placed
on thoir trnde.
Senator Rico from tho Printing
Committee roported printed copies
of Act 27, amending tlio patent
Senator Lyman from tho Com
mittee on tho Registration Act
roported on Section 3, relating to
tho time of registration. The
committee woro not in favor of tho
Houso amendment requiring tour
ists and others to rcgistor imme
diately on landing, but preferred
tho original section requiring re
gistration within tlireo months of
landing. Laid on the tablo to bo
takon up with tho bill.
Sonator McCandless from tho
special committeo on tho Tax bills
stated that tho committeo would
bo rondy to report tomorrow.
SonatoBiU No. 11, relating to
Chinoso immigration, passed the
Senate Bill No 23, relating to
tho Hilo library, passod tho third
reading, ns did tlm bill regulating
tho size of tho National ensign.
Undor suspension of tho rules
Senator Lymnu offored tho follow
Resolved: That tho Senate
disapprove tho recent action of
certain persons on tho island of
Hawaii, in passing resolutions and
Bonding a committeo to protest
agninst tlm non-appropriation by
tho Exocutivo and Legislature of
largo sums for now improvements
on tho islund ot Hawaii.
"Tho said action was wholly un
necessary, as tho matter of said
appropriations is under consider
ation by tho Executive, pending
action by tho Legislature.
"That said action by tho com
mittee is an interference in tho
prerogatives of , tho Exocutivo and
of tho Legislature.
"That all government officials
and employes ongngod in such a
demonstration aro open to con
suro, and a repetition of such acts
would require their prompt dis
missal from office."
Sonator Brown said tho time
had como for tho Sonnto to put
its foot down and not suffor any
interference with its prorogativos.
Ho thought tho resolution was
vory appropriate, especially that
portion of it relating to offico
holdors. Ho thought that if gov
ernment employes had so much
tituo to spnro that they could run
around tho country on . special
committees it was about timo tho
Exocutivo cut down tho salaries
or got mou in offico who would
stay at homo and attend to the buni
ness for which they woro so well
Sonator Wright favored tho re
solutions but thought they should
go'atill furthor nnd tako in tho
Portuguese demonstration, which
was a much moro llagrant viola
tion of tlio rights of tho Senate.
It Boomed to him that tho demon
stration wiib vory much in tho
naturo of n bull-dosing proposi
tion, Konntor MuCiindloBS objected to
that portion of tho resolution
which coiiHiirod the people of ililo
for mooting and pushing resolu
tions, Thoy had a right lo do
that wliouovor thoy plonsod. Ah
to ollloo holdui'H taking a promi
limit purl in huoIi nll'iiiix Unit wax
uJJMtitf. li-lto" rftfi '
i ... .
a matter witliin tuo control of tho
Executive and it eoncorned thorn
moro intimately than tho Legisla
ture. The office-holders who had
so much timo to spnro could bo
disciplined by cutting down their
wngps or abolishing thoir offices.
Senator Lyman said the action
of tho meeting wns untimely and
uncalled for. It was too hasty alto
gether, as tho Legislature still had
the matters complained of under
consideration nnd had never mani
fested any disposition to ignore
tho claims of ll.-.wmi in the mat
ters complained of. On tho con
trary assurance had been given
that Uio claims of Hnwaii would
bo given duo consideration when
the appropriation bills for intor
unnmprovenients enmo up. The
action of tho committeo in going
direct to tho Executive and total
ly ignoring tho representatives
of Hawaii in either Houso was
very irregular to say tho least,
nnd ho thought merited censure.
Tho resolutions woro adopted,
with threo dissentient votes.
The Registration Act.ns amend
ed by tho House, wns then taken
up and passed its second rending,
tho Houso amendments requiring
immediate registration on lauding
being ngreed to. On motion tho
third rending of tho bill was sot
The Sonnto thou took up tho bill
passed in tho Houso regulating
tho width of certain stroets in Ho
nolulu and it passed tho first read
ing. Rend n socoud timo by title
nnd roforred to tha Committeo ou
Public Lands and Internal Im
provements. f Souato Bill No. 27, an act to
amend tho net to regulate tho is
suing of patents, was read tho sec
ond timo by titlo and roforred to
tho Judiciary committeo.
At 11:05 tho Souato adjourned.
Tiiiiity-Sixth Day, Apiul 5.
HOUSE OF KEI'IlEbENTATIVES.
t Rep. Hanuna presented a peti
tion from native Ha waiians against
target shooting on Sunday.
m Rep. Winston prosonted a peti
tion frorn twenty-one Chinese
tailors against the proposed license
Rop. Robertson presented tho
report of tho Judiciary Committee
on tho Sonato bill to givo Circuit
Court Judges concurrent jurisdic
tion with Commissioners of Priv
ate Ways and Water Rights. Thoy .
say tho reason for tho proposed
change is that water controversies
aro frequently complex and im
portant cases, and tho Commis
sioners being generally persons
having Iittlo or no knowledge of
law thoir decisions wore often of
no value, and tho timo spent in
trying cases before thom wasted.
The committeo considered the
bill would not fully remedy tho
ovil, which could only bo accom
plished by abolishing tho offico of
Commissioner. Thoy had there
fore prepared a substitute bill,
which thoy submitted.
Hop. Richards prosonted a re
port of the Bolect committee on tho
resolutions of tho Hilo meeting,
recommending that thoy bo laid
on tho table to await action there
on by the Executive and tho Son
nto, to whom copies had boon pro
sonted. Laid on tho tablo to bo
considered with any bill on the
Rep, Richards presented a ro
port from select committeo on
Custom House items in Appropri
ation bill, recommending thoir
passage excepting that of 5100
for salary of general appraisor, bo
lioving that tho itoinof 0000 for
upjuaiburM mm uxaiuiliurtt wub sui-
ficiont. Tabled for considorntion
with tho bill.
From tho soloct committeo ou
the Post Offico items tho same
member roported. Thoy recom
mended making tho salary of tho
secretary 3000. There is
a record clork at S(J0 a
month, whoso work is Hour
ly completed. Thoy recommond
that tho item ot 28,320 for pay
roll bo rcducod to 27,120, which
provides for desired increase iu
salaries and four months' pay for
tho record ulork, Tabled for con.
fiidornliou with (ho bill,
Qontlnml un 7llt J 'aye.