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HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, APRIL 14. 189G.
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B. L. FINMEY, Manager.
Just -:- Arrived
A NEW INVOICE
P. 1). Corsets
We beg to call special attention to the
P. 0. LINEN
Of which wo carry All Sizes In titoclc.
B. F. Ehlers & Go.
Am8 W -atUJOyLSJaSUiTw
For Family Use!
Just Itccoived, ex "O. 0. Funk," a cargo of
Wellington, Departure Baj, doal
Which is ofilred in quantities to suit.
2240 lbs. to the Ton.
WILDER & CO., L'D.
KUSTACE & CO.
WOOD AND COAL
Also Whito and Black Sand
tit tho vory lowest market
rates. Tolphono No. 414.
At WAIKIKl on car lino and on PA
LAMA HOAD near Fertilizing
These Lots arc Very Cheap and Bold
on Easy Terms.
Decirablo Aero Tracts near tho city and
other Properties for salo.
mtuci::, WAKING & CO.,
"Dealers in Lots mid Lands,
WW Fort Street, near King.
Telephone 007. P. O. llox 821.
To Let or Lease.
THE TiESiDFNOE OF MHB. A. LONO,
one milo from poHlofflce. Largo houho with
furniture. Four boil rooms, parlor, largo
diuiug room, pantry, kitchuu. bath rooms,
hot and colli water, with patent closots,
servant houses, Btnbles, homo jmthlook,
garden and trot-s. A cliariiiing locution.
Apply to J ALl'HEI) 5IAOOOX.
tf Morchaut st next l'ostofllcei
Cure SICIC HEADACHE.
Are Purely Vegetable,
Are Sugar Coated,
Are Mild but Effective.
Good lor the Stomach,
Goad for ths Liver,
Good for ths Bowels.
THERE ARE HO OTHER PILLS
SO COOP AS
Highest Awards nt tho World's
Hollister Drug O , Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho Republio of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PROM JAN. 1st to June 1st, 1895;
Gr H Mumra & Co.' 8 extra
Pommory & Grono 11,798
Moet & abandon 9,608
Hoidsiock & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3,438
Perrier Jouot 3.286
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marco. ux 83-1
Krugtfc Co 270
OlniB. Hoididook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Solo Agents for G. H. Mnrnm & Co.
for tho Bawaiiun Islands.
W. R, RILEY,
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
Leave orders at Sanders' Ex
press office, King Streot, near
Fort. Telephone 86.
Carter & Co.
Decorative Paper gauging
Telephone No. 735,
Ucrctnnla and Fort Streets.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
TIIK NHMA.TI: IM.NOI S-.S THtf !!
PMirr ition ov MVK sioott.
IMtcriiiil Txc Kill l'nr Srcond
Mending In the Mciinle I'rmilt
Cixlfrt-y Omp In ttio llou.c
Forty Fourth Day, Ai'rii, 1-1.
After t'.io usual preliminaries in
the Senato this morning Minister
King reported that tho President
(-had sinned tho Bill relating to
contested seats in tho Legislature
and tho Aot to ro-oigunino the
A communication -was received
stating that tho IIouso had laid
nsido Senate Bill No.22,relating to
Commissioners of Privato Ways
and "Water Rights, and passed
Houbo Bill 23 as a substitute; also
that House Bill, No. 9, concern
ing tho width of Honolulu streets,
had passed tho third reading; nlso
that Senator Holstoin's bill to
revise tho Civil Code had boon
laid on tho tablo and an
item of $8000 inserted in tho ap
propriation bill for doing the
work at onco under tho direction
of tho Executive.
Senator Brown from tho Com
miteo on Passed Bills reported
that House Bill No. 10, relating
to tho importation of Kerosene,
and Senato Bill, No. 23, relating
to tho Ililo Libraiy Association,
had been presented to tho Pre
sident for his signature.
Senator Wnterhouso from tho
Finance Committeo presented n
report on tho various sections of
tho Internal Taxes Bill referred.
Laid on tho tablo for considera
tion with tho bill.
Senator Brown from tho Ju
diciary Committeo, to whom was
roforml Senator AVright's bill
concerning tho importation of
livo stool:, reported a sub
stitute bill, which was laid
on tho tablo to bo takon up with
The samo Sonator also present
ed tho report of tho committeo on
Houso Bill, No. 16, amonding tho
gambling laws, recommondiug
that tho bill pass.
There being no regular order of
tho day, Sonator Watorhouso
moved that tho Internal Taxes
Bill bo taken up, with tho report
of tho Finance Committeo. Car
ried. Sections 3 and 6, fixing tho nges
ofv persons liablo to poll, school
and road taxes, at between tho
ages of twenty and sixty, passed.
Sections 27 and 42 roluting to
taxes on mortgaged property and
duties of deputy assessors, wore
passed as recommended bv tho
In tho dobato which ensued on
tho motion to amend section 74,
allowing tho Minister of Financo
to appoint three Buitablo persons
as a tax appeal board instead of
retaining the Circuit Judge on tho
Board, Minister Damon said it
was unfortunato that tho Bo
public was bo Btnall, for if any
measure was introduced which
affected auy person anywhere in
tho islands there was always
sovoral of his rotations to coino to
tho front and fight for him and
his interests. It was this that
hampered tho Exccutivo all tho
timo in everything they did, and
if any ono disbelieved it lot him
hold tho office of Minister of
Finance for a timo. Tho amend
ment finally passed.
Tho bill thou passed as a whole on
tho second reading and was refer
red to tho Committee on ltovisiou.
Houso Bill, No. 16, prohibiting
gambling at bull games, etc., with
tho report of tho Judiciary Com
mittee, was takon up, and tho
roport of tho committee recom
mending tho passago of tho bill
was adopted, which carries tho
bill to a second reading.
Senato Bill, No. 29, rolating to
tho importation of livo stock, was
taken up. Tho prosout law pro
vides a licciiso of $250 on nil who
import stock for salo, but is a
dead ltr becauso no penalty is
inipo d for tho infraction of tho
law. Tho bill introduced bj
Sonator Wright reduces tho
license to $l2o and fixoj a penal
ty, of $250. Tho substitute
bill of tho committee leaves tho
liconso when it was but imposes
Senator MoCandloss moved to
lay tho bill on tho tablo, claiming
that it virtually creates u monopoly
horo and prohibits the importa
tion of livo stock from California.
Tho Sonnto should bo careful not
to antagonize tho pooplo of tho
Pacifio Coast, who woro already
up in arms against Hawaii ami
would bo sure to rotaliato. Tho
motion wns lost by a votoof 8 to 5.
On 'tho motion to adopt tho ro
port of tho committeo, tho Attorney-General
favored tho present
liuuiino mid iuMUiHy bcCttUBO it
shut out tho sending to Hawaii of.
a lot of played-out ortny mules
and street-cnr horses. Undor tho
liconso and penally importers
could only afford to send good
stock. Hawaii was abuudoutly
ablo to raise all tho livo stock
noeded horo and stock raisers and
the community Bhould bo protect
ed against uutlesirablo importa
tions. a Sonator McCaudless said tho
titlo of tho Act wbb wrong in tho
first placo. It should havo beon
entitled "An Act to Creato n Mo
nopoly in tho Importation of Livo
Stock." Sugar men could import
all thoy wanted for thoir own nso
but tho poor man couldn't. Tho
motion was carried, which takes
tho bill to the second reading.
Senate Bill No. 25, relating to
tho firo limits of Honolulu and
tho character of tho buildings to
bo orccted therein, was takon up
on tho third reading.
Senator McCaudless said that
it was necessary that a provision
should bo inudo for somo porson
to inspect tho erection of tho
buildings for which permits nro
granted. Tho superintendent of
public works hns not tho timo,
and a man should bo on hand all
tho timo to oVorseo tho work at
tho oxponso of tho ownor of tho
Tho bill Avas referred back to
tho Committeo on Public Lands
for tho incorporation of such an
On motion of Sonator Baldwin
tho election of mombors of tho
Council of Stato was mado tho
special ordor for next Monday.
Undor suspension of tho rules
Sonator Brown from tho Joint
Judiciary Committoo roported on
tho roport of tho commission to
roviso and codify tho ponal code.
Tho committeo say thoy aro in
favor of a simplo revision of tho
existing codo and an appropria
tion will bo askod for that pur
pose, nnd a bill will bo prepared
accordingly. Tho roport of tho
commission was laid on tho table.
At 11:30 tho Senato adjourned.
Fouty-Fourtii Day, Aiuiil 14.
HOUSE OF HErilEBENTATIYES.
Minister King reported that tho
President had signed tho bill ro
lating to contested elections and
that to amend tho Judiciary Act.
Rop. Winston gavo notico of a
bill to provide for an incomo tax.
Rep. Winston presontod tho
following questions to tho Attorney-General,
"to which answers
are respectfully requested in
"1. What has been done official
ly by tho Altornoy-Gonoral's De
partment in tho ondoavor to ob
tain knowledgo of tho idontity of
tho criminals who committed tho
outrageous assault on Mr. Frank
Godfrey on tho evening of Sept.
"2. Has any person or persons
boon 'hold for investigation' in tho
"3. Why was no reward offer
ed for tho detection of tho crimin
als? "4. What has beon dono by.
tho Attornoy Oonoral's depart
ment to aid others in obtaining
ovidouco to locato the criminals?
"5. Has tho Attornoy Gonor
iil's department had, or has it now
Continued on 7lh Pane.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
OPFiniUEI.T CIIILUItr.N' llEGOVKIl
ItimiTM AttAINSr I'HAWD.
(inrnlftliec I'rocci. I. low Agnlutt Offi
cer, of tho L?i:lIaturc Utitllih
SpiccUcln Silo, lor DIvIiIcimId.
Chiof Justico Judd is author of
a unanimous decision of tho
Supremo Court in tho cuso of
Walter It. Opforgolt and Leonora
Opfergelt, minors, by W. F. Al
len, thoir next friond, vs. James
L. Stovous and J. L. Stovous Jr.
and Mary Naono Stevens. It Bus
tains a decrco of tho Circuit Court
to ciuicol a frandulont deed mmlu
by James L. Stovens and wifo.
Dickoy for plaintiffs, Rosa for de
fendants. A decision has beon rondored
by tho Supremo Court in tho caso
of Sun Hop Sing vb. Wright and
Willard, and J. F. Clay, garnishee.
It is an appeal from a judgment
by Judge Whiting in tho Circuit
Court, which uphold tho garnish
ment of Wright's pay as an officer
of the Senate, in an action on a
promissory noto mado by him and
Willard; Paul Neumann of tho
bar sat in placo of Justico Whit
iugt disqualified, and writes tho
decision. It affirms the judgment
of tho Circuit Court. Ballon for
plaintiff; Magoon for defendants.
Judge Cnrtor has rendered a do
cision ovor-ruling a motion for a
now trial in tho caso of Kamoho-
alii vs. Maunaloa and Frank. It
wns an action for tho replevin of
a horso; and tho verdict was for
tho plaintiff, allowing damages of
interest on $-10 from the date of
detention of tho nnimal. Kaulu
kou for plaintiff; Rosa for defend
ants. Judgo Perry has rondorod a do
cision on tho bill in equity to
cancel a dood of Koopohaku vb.
Kalaaukapu. Tho bill is dis
missed without prejudice to tho
complainant's right to bring such
further proceedings as may bo
proper. Magoon for plaintiff; 0.
Brown for defendant.
ltudolph Sprockets has brought
an action for tho May term of tho
Circuit Court against tho Paau
hnu Plantation Company for $15,
000 and interest, being monoys
payable to plaintiff as dividends
declared by defendant on its
Goorgo Ross, administrator of
tho ostato of William Ross, has
submitted his accounts with a
petition for distribution and dis
charge. Rocoipts $1293.05, pay
Judgo Porry has appointed
G. M. Robertson guardian
Anolu Kakoi undor $1000 bond
DKA'III OI' F. C. LOWItHY.
One oT Honolulu' Oltleat mid Itluat
Frodorick Canfiold Lowroy,
fnthor of F. J. Lowrey; Mrs. W.
R. Castlo and Miss Nolho M. Low
roy, died laBt ovoning of Bright's
disoaso complicated with heart
troubles, aged 68 years. Tho
funoral will tako placo at 4 o'clock
this aftornoou from tho rosidenco
of W. It. Castle, tho services boing
conducted by Rov. Mr. Birnio.
Tho pall-bearers will bo Messrs.
J. 13. Castle, Wichnmn, Bonner,
French, Harris and A. F. Cooko.
Mr. Lowroy was a native of
South Leo, Massachusetts, wlioro
ho was known as ono of tho oldest
and most prominont railroad men
in tho Stato. Ho was tho first
conductor on a passenger trnin on
the old Housatouic Railroad and
afterwards becomo ono of its high
est officials. Owing to ill-health ho
loft Massachusetts mid camo to
California, and aftor a short stay
to Honolulu, whero ho bus rosided
for the past sixteen years. Up to
two years ago ho was connectod
with tho firm of Castlo & Cooko,
whon ill-henlth finally forced him
to rotiro. Ho was a prominont
member of tho Central Union
churuli, having become actively
identified with the old Fort street
church on his arrival horo.
FRISCO SUGAR MARKET.
AKKIVALS, lil'.PAItrtJUIN AND
Extract, from Cm. tic t CooUu'h X.4tct
Sugnr Clrculnr ciit to lulnutl
Tho following is taken from
Castlo & Cooku's latest circular
to their ngouts on tho other isl
ands, propured since tho Austra
lia's arrival yesterday:
Centrifugals havo undergone
no chuugo siuco our last, tho price
remaining tho same, 4 3-16 for 90
and but one salo reported, viz:.
U300 bags Bput on tho Gth.
Granulated romainB as quoted"
in our last, viz: 5 cts. in N. Y.
and 5g in S. F.
Boots have advanced to 12-G per
cwt on tho 4th inst, eiuco when no
change had boon reported.
Sugar Btock advanced on the
4th to $118- common and $100-i
profer, siuco when the only change
was in the proforred stock which
advanced to $1004.
Arrivnls havo beon tho "Mohi
can," April 4, from Honolulu,
basis, 4 3 16 cts.
Sailings havo beon as follows:
S. N. Castlo for Honolulu April 4,
Anna for Mahukonn April 4,
Planter for Honolulu April 5.
Vessels discharging: Mohican
to havo beon discharged on tho
VobsoIs on tho berth. C. D.
Bryant for Honolulu, no sailing
dato givon; Martha Davis for Ho
nolulu, to sail about tho 9th.
GIF T TO SAN TA CItUZ COUNTY.
CI mis Nprcclcolu Douutc Vnluuble
Laud fur it l'ubllo Illchirajr.
Santa Crdz. Cal., Maroh27.
Claus Sprockols has ovidenced
his interest iutho welfaro of Santa
Cruz County by donating to it a
strip of bind fifty feet wide and
a milo long, extending from tho
county road to Aptos Beach, to
bo usod forever us a publln high
way. This donation is appreciat
ed, from tho fact that a fow years
ago tho strip was tho Bubjcct of
litigation, tho county claiming it
nB a pnblio highway, while Mr.
Spreokels contended that it was
his private land. Tho result of
tho litigation proved that Mr.
Spreokela' contention was correct.
Now ho has donated tho strip to
tho county without consideration,
his only dpsiro boing that tho
public shall use it. Tho land
donated is vory valuable.
AT THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
Tho IIiiu'iiIIrii Ilnnd Wilt niacoiirie
Sncot JTIuiilo Tonight.
Tho band concort in honor of
tho Australia passongors will bo
givon at tho Hawaiian Hotel this
ovoning at 7:30. Tuesday night
is selected instead of Wednesday,
so as not to interfero with tho ser
vices at tho different churches.
Tho following program has been
arranged by Professor Borger:
Overture Victor Emanuel Kline
VantiMlu Hen Holt Ilroilii
Selection 11 Truviitora Vsrill
Tlireu Hnwallnu SoIob ami Clioruso foil
I'uinehana. I.lUa no n Lll:u, Malu I be ,o.
ItcmlnUccnci's of All N'utlom Godfrey
Wultz Vlunim (ilrh Y.Muvt
ScliottUi-lie llouui mul Tamboi Bcrgrr
Murcli- Company I) Minstrels llcrucr
I In wall l'onol.
Niisur Slock mid UIvIiIkihI.
Tho dividends already declared
and paid on sugar stocks since
April 1st aro: Ewa 2 per cent.
Mukawoli 2 J, Kahuku 2 and Pain
3. Haiku will pay a dividend
this weok but tho amount has not
been mudo public. Hawaiian
Commercial stock, which wns
quoted at 10:50 loss thau a month
since, liati advanced to 20 nnd is
now hold firm at that figuro. No
upparunt roasou for the sudden
i advance has comu (o flic surface
4I &M,i&aLuA tma,,. aJl
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