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intuci:, waking as oo
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AV. II. WINOIIISSTJW,
HAItNHHH MAUl'.lt AND HADDf.lilt.
SoIIn IJjovuliim tiwwwtiiil nviiovnjs
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Acer's Hqir' Vigor
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cool, moist, healthy,
and frco from dan
druff. it is tho
host 'dressing in
tho world, and is
Thoso desiring to
retain tho youthful
appearance of tho
Geld Mcchltst the World's Great Eipoilllont.
raIloreKir Olienii linltnllom. Tlie nnm
Ajit ln,imimlH9iil on tlio wrapiiur, uud U
bl.iHii in .lifKla of adi bottle.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd..
Solo Agents ior tho Itepnblio of Ilawnii..
Importa of Ohampagno In
to the -United States,
FKOM JJU;. 1ST TO JOS3 1st,1395.
G H Sfuxam &. Co.' a extra
dry ....... ... ,. 30,631
Pomtnory As Grcno 11,798
Moet fe Ohanaon 9,608
Hoidsiock & 'Co., (dry
Mouopole) . . .- .. 7.501
Louia lloedoror 3.483
Perrier Jo-aot 8.280
Irroy & Co.. 1.78S
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
BouohbSec.... .. 902
Dolbeck fc Co 728
Bt. Mnrcouux 334 i
Ohns. tloidflieok . . 355
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Sole Agents for G. H. Mumm & Go.
for tbb Hawaiian Islands.
W. R RILEY,
NEW AND ORIGINAL DESIGNS
Loiiyo ordors at Sanders'
JircfiH oillco, King Street,
oit Telephone 8(5.
near David Dayton.
X liny (3 frfonio cli
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HONOLULU, H. I., 'TUESDAY, APRIL 21. 18.
m THE HIGHER .COURTS.
trULiKN n. iiavm: r.i.tinNn to
nil.!. I'Olt 'tXlVSVTVQK.
inptii-t , or irifticr iii rimtcocry-
lU-Crvliit I'rom Trcapntic
flVtonty it. "Cnrtf
Jtidgc Perry hs -signo 1 .n in
junction forhidding; 1'- MKVahu-'
.kulntto tre,8puB8 on tho lnn3 o J-.
A. Mngiuro in Norih Kona.
Jumes Carty makes nilkkvit, in
tbo suit of J. Henry ngainet him,
that ho has rendered to, ilaintifT
Lan accouct, showing a bakneo of
S187 duo to him, which hoiendors
and pays into Court.
Honry-Smitb, maBtor.ihae filed
ie report on tho account o S. 0.
Allen arid M. P. Robinson, trus
tees under tho will of tho lato
James IlobiiiHon, covering tho
.period of two years from March
12, 1892, to March 12, 1894.
ilo finds tho total receipts- to havo
Tjeen S83,700.18, and tbo payments
$70,950.39. Settlements havo been
anado, three bouediciaries tak
ing their i distributive Bharo, as
.follows: Caroline Itobinsoc, wi
dow of tbo lato John N. Robin
son, 823,355.08; Mrs. Charlotte
Hasslocher, his half-sister, S2G34.
08, and James J. Robinson, his
half-brother, S2G34.08. Themas
tor finds tho trustees' account
prima facia correct, but suggests
that tho tructeoB file a balance
fihcot for legal reasons givon.
-Judge Porry has appointed R.
D.i Jun kin as receiver of a coiToo
plantation in Olaa, Hawaii, under
a bill to disBolvo partnership
broughtby H G. Junkin against
J..H. Distolrath. Theiroceivcr so
appointed is a brother of tho
plaintiff, and. 11-o plaintilT and de
fendant aro ont.of tho country.
iGeorgo Lucas, master, hns JQIod
a report on tho account of "W.Jt.
Castlo, trustee of tho csL'.to of J.
R. tWilliams. Recohils were
S5a71.50 and .psymontfl v?54-13.40.
Tbo master finds that thfc chaj-go
of S1I2.90 fnr .commisMons is
S2!tal0 too much, and ho toubmits
a Iwt of investments for iho ap
provnL of tbo Court.
Jwlin 1). IJnyno was before
Judge Perry at Circuit Court
chaiDi3ors thisloreuoon, under a
bill of linjunctian to restrain him
from publishing asything about
thoACou." case in .tho Ilawaiiau
tnjagaziue. Kdnney & Ballon
ifor coiQ))!ninnnts.; JvonmanuiBnd
Jlumplzroys for respondent.
Tho "llollablo Procc" Stotc.
Gasoline is acknowledged now-a-days
as vUio choRjiost, best and
safest fuol iii use in Hawaii. That
is, when it is used in tho right
kind of a iilovo. The "Reliable
ProcesB," the now "Quick Meal"
handled by Castlo it Cooke, dis
plays all of dho latest improvo
monts in tho ;',asolino stove lino.
It embraces all tho best points in
recent American inventive genius
in this direction and -will meet
with favor with all clasps on ac
count of its abeolulu safety and
economical consumption ol fuel.
'Iliu Scliiioiicr Ilciirii'Ctn.
Tho schooner ileniiotta will bo
sold at auction by (ho Marshal on
May 12th. It is said bidding uill
bo lively, as several parlies want
tho vessel. Thoro is albo talk of
a Jiui boing formed among a
numbor of priuiois who huyo ro
contly boon "lot out" by tho ad
vent of tyjio-sottiiig inaohinus fur
tlio purpose of purchasing tho
voHHol. If HiiccoBsful thoy intoud
lo sail in Huiuoli of a now uontiti
out whoro Morgoutlmlor niuuliiiioB
anil hoiiIIimh corponitloiiK aro mi
known. Tim Pnuillo Tannin Uliili h
liHvinu h lmuo rttel ouilii Kionni)
nl liJioii wnmr. ,S row of
lltiillliiK ihw!, imI1 Ih Ih
oliil)' mm, m mu um
mIuiii Uw JiUUnli iiraw fruut,
WON fHSS WACUTAXKISTKlt.
I Hn llio Pittnoun Ttiriiiouliliit
As this lady is-expoctod horon
the Monowai, Ajreil 30tb, and vill
remain nitio days, tho following
items will bo of .interest:
-"The visit of tho countess
Watchmoistorir Sydney has 'boon
jrwrkod by conspicuous stUGxess;
the press baa jreeoived her with
ikttoring attep-iion and tlic fablio
VlllO inf.rati M I'nl Innlllfna 1 1 ft.
oeon crowaou and Jiave preenutcd
some interesting objoct-lessons bn
tho fundamoi tal priuciilfis of
Theosophy for all classes of
socioty, many shades of opinion
being represented and all mooting
an Harmony -en a common nlat-
form, that of 'brothorhood. There
is a subtle inihtenco that Tadiatos
from this Jwy, finding outlet in
voico nod iiimuner, iu 4um of
thought aiKbirodo of expression,
wfiich eooni to conciliate all ami
inspire confidence as well as re
gard. Theos in Australia.
"Tho Countess is a woman of
diaprossi-re .prosonco and giftod
with olocutiouai'y powersof a very
high order. Although Jior ora
tory is absolutely plain, tho ideas
are conveyodiiu tho simplest pos
eiblo language. Sho has power
to arrest and. koon tho attention
I of her hearers in a most romarka-
bio manner. From the opening
.to tho closing sentence of tho
Jooturo, 'Man, tho master of his
-ovin destiny,' was followed with
iljo keenest t possible .intorest.
Tlioso who injfjht bo inclined to
doubt tho efficacy of Theosophy,
to question the advantages that aro
claimed for it, must have found
their nrojudicoa slowy dissolving
undo:' tho Bpoll of so earnest and
so cultured on advocate" Syd
ney Daily Telegraph.
The countess "Wachtmeiator is
well known in India, especially
since sho accompanied Mrs. Besant
in ono of her triumphant tours
through tho Indian Provinces. Sho
could not help loving tho .Jovablo
Hindu, and to got interested in
his welfare. Sho ovon started a
scheme for reaching tho young
generations, a kind of association
of school children, for tho nromo-
tion of higher intolloctual discip
line among them. And tho Hindus
havo ono groat quality, attested by
all who know them, and that is
gratitude, ovon for littlo favors.
It jb cot surprising, thoroforo,
ihat the Indian newspapors havo
cympathotically watcned tlio
Countess in hor labors through
Australia, and when it -was an
nounced ihat sho had overworked
horsolf and that feara wore ex
pressed about her health sponta
neous expressions of sorrow wore
general. One paper, tho Free
Thinker, of Madras, said: "Our
readers will bo grieved to hear
that the affection of tho eyes, from
which tho noble Countess "Wacht
moiater has been suffering for
somo time, has not abated and the
doctors havo advised her to take
comploto rest. "Wo hope and
trust that this lull in her work
will be only temporary, and may
tho Almighty bless hor with a
sjjoody recovery, and givo her re
newed health and strongth to work
for tho baorcd causo of humanity
for long years to como! "
'J'l-iini IUo Itiill Itiioni tulli-ll,"
Or, "Tlio Old Dovil's Danco,"
will bo tho subject of yn talk at tho
Salvation Army Wednesday night.
Como and hoar how our young
pooplo aro sont to boll through
this ho-cidled innocent ploiiMiio
of old Uoolzobub. On Thurnday
night, tho "Holy Danco," or, tho
"Danco to God's Glory," will bo
tlio Kulijuct of a talk. Como and
hear what God sayH about it.
Gait. II. M. Mi.vion.
l'llvld)!', iIouh nioxl of tlio
HIMillOriM tllllt Ih(IoIII) ill lllU lloUHH
1 1 (tint tluiiM. IIoIhyiuv ulloiitivo
0 till) HllglltlWl wmI of till) IIIMIII
MOB, MUM IIIU IIII0IIH- JlimUM)
dik miuiliit iiMAlntl liliu. "Jotfli"
uuiii'l liwl m limn!) fun nIdim Iiu
wm lo Hoat U vlm l m
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
THE Wl.VIX AFritOI'llIATIOXniLL
I'rouiTJrt-rc lit Will (in To Confer.
rneo Comicliirc 'Ilic llniine
Hrlon'lr Council ofSlnlc
FoiiTr-NiNTii Day, Anur. 21st.
Afkfr tho regular preliminaries
in tbo Sonato today Secretary
Clay read a communication from
tho Hous3 concerning tho Sunday
target - shooting bill .and other
Senator Holsteiu readii potition
from Hamakua stating that tho
sum ofS1250 named in tho Ap
propriation bill for maintenance
of roads and bridges in that dis
trict was entirely fuadoquato and
asking that tho appropriation bo
madoflSSOOO. Laid on :the tablo.
Senator Rico reported printed
copies of the Act to amend Chap
ter 43 of tho Civil Code in regard
Sonator McCaudless .offered the
To .tho Executive Council: We
horohy requost you to ask tho
Supremo Court the following
auestion: Has-tho legislature au
lority under article fl7 of the
Constitution to exompt proporty
from taxes that is owned or hold'by
any association having or main
taining in or upon such proporty,
any sectarian, denominational or
Ministor Damon said tho reso
lution might bo tho raeanB of wak
ing up a sleeping lion. Tho poet
sayB: "Avoid au entrance to a
quarrel." and ho thought tho poet
was right. It was a matter that
had bettor bo left alono for a coll
ide of y oars.
Sonator McCandless said he
didn't want to'stirup any sleeping
lions but thoro was an honest dif
ference of opinion on the right of
thoLegislatnro to oxompt thoso pro
perties from taxation and now was
the propor timo to sottlo tho ques
tion onco for all.
Sonator Hocking said tho ques
tion was up in the special session
and it was up again in this. If it
was allowed to rost now it was
bound to crop up again iutho next
legislature. Ho was in favor of
having tho mattor sottlod onco for
Tho resolution passed with but
two dissentient vnlnn.
Sonator Hocking introduced
nnd road his bill to roduco the
duties on jeweler's merchandise.
Under suspension of tho rules tho
bill waa read a second timo and
roforrod to tho Committeo on
Tho third reading of tho Inter
nal Taxes bill bninc rnsumod
Sonator McCaudless offored tho
"I hereby movo that it is tho
sonso of this House thnt there
should bo added lo this Act pro
por provisions for imposing a
special tax upon tho incomo of
abseutoes nnd that the bill should
bo roforrod to thp Taxation Com-
nnttoo wan instructions to formu
late and present such provisions."
Senator Brown nrorued in favor
of tho motion.
Senator Watorhouso protested
auiiiust it. said it would amount in
double taxation and would drivo
foreign capital out of tho country.
For policy's sake it should not bo
brought up at this sossiou any
how. Sonator MeCaudloss said ho
dill'orml with tho previous spuakor.
It would not drive capital out of
tho country. When tho rates of
nxolmngo used to bo us high aw
Hi nor cunt pooplo did not Hull out
Iholr iiiltiniritri hero, ami ho did
not think a hidiiII tux of ono or
nun und n half pur oout mmlil in
ilnvi tlinni In ilo ni,
llniMltM Dhiiidii km Id ho wm
frtiiunlly hhIIwI In will In mihm
liuilM lit h iiuiiiiwiiI'm imlliui Null Mi
'Hh1 1 IfMVM wU of M)iiMr
liow, Till wm uui m iim, JW
PltlOB 5 CENT8.
land chose to legislate on such an
important matter was no reason
little Hawaii should tako it up
off handed. Senators must ro
membor that Hawaii was hardly
on good tormB with any of tho
great nations. We have yet to
cultivato their good will aud got
on better terms with them before
taking up this mattor.
Senator McCandless said ho did
not see any reason why Hawaii
should necessarily pattern after
great nations. Somo of tho small
est nations and colonies in the
world such aa Switzerland and
Now Zealand woro tho admiration
of tho world for tho way in wliich
thoy woro governed. If thoso re
sidents of tho United States who
owned nronorrv in Hnwnii nliinri.
ed to a tax on their incomes lot
thorn work for tho annexation of
Hawaii to tho United States and
when that was accomplished the,
tax would bo void.
On a voto being had tho Senate
stood a tic, G to G. Vice-president
Kauhano votad in tho nogativo
and tho motion was lost.
Senate Bill No. 28, relating to
tho jsBuiug of patonts, already
published in full in this paper,
pasBod the third reading unani
mously. House Bill 17, relating to libi
dinous solicitation, came up on
tho regular order of tho day and
The bill amending tho Civil
Codppn the disposition of pro
porty in cases of divorco-for adul
tery, passed tho second reading
and waB mado the special order
Seuato Bill No. 10, concerning
corporations, was read by title
and referred to tho Judiciary
The Appropriation bill for Sa
lihis and Pav Rolls witli TTnc-n
aniondmwViiboroto, was taken up
On tnnMnn flin flotiu.'- nnVnl f..-
a conference on th'o'tiu's of the
i.:n i.i t- 11.. tt.
Under tho Ministor of Fnmmn
Affhirs' department tho Iloubo
amendments reducing tho mili
tary appropriation $3000 and in
Bfjrtinc an itom of S700.50 for Ad
ditional military nav rolls for lnf
January, wore concurred in.
in tno iJopartmont of Fmnnco
Aff airB, tho item of $1500 for extra
Borvices of an auditor, brmmlit. nn
a discussion on tho Audit Act dur
ing which Ministor Damon said
that tho Government was not yet
prepared to transfer tho wholo
responsibility to tho Auditor-Gen
eral. Tho mattor was still undor
consideration by tho Executive.
Sonntor McCandless rah! ' llm
passage of tho item simply created
anotnor auditing department in
tho Fiuanco Office. On thn cnn.
trary tho duties of tlio present
Auditor should bo enlarged nnd
uui,) uung in iijo snapo or. audit
ing bo consolidated under him.
Tho Sonato concurred in tho
In tho Bureau of Customs tho
itom of S5100 for tho salary of a
conoral annraiBor. -wbinh was
struck out by tho House, camo up
ou tno motion ot toenator Brown
to concur iu the action of tho
Minister Damon said tho ques
tion had boon so thoroughly gono
into boforo that there was little
moro to bo said. Ilo hoped tho
itom would pass as in tho original
Tho Houso amendment, abolish
ing tho office of goneral appraiser,
wiib concurred in, Senators Water
houso and Hico voting against it.
In tho Attorney Guneral's de
partment tho itom reducing the
salary of tliodeputy-niarhhal from
1200 to S3G0O, provoked another
discussion. Tho Attornoy-Gon-ond
and Ministor Dainou both
argued iu faor of keeping the
higher limine, saying that it was
the intention of the Dopartmont
of Jiistico to koop either tho
.Mnrwhiil or his deputy traveling
about tho Inlands, ho un to Iihmi
porHonal Huporvlslon over all the
rthorilV'd oDIi'oh TiovoH)oiiHil)ili.
1 on tlio ilojiuty'iuiirxlinl would
Im gi'iiiitiii' limn l over win Iwfoin
hiiiI tin KJtlnry nIioiiM not ih
On llw muiuji u, mmv jn no,
ic'ttuii af m um mwtr m