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wl fflSh Fm?
"I tnkoplensure In tcstlfyitiR to
tlio Rrcat benefit I derived from
Ajer's Siirsiiparilla. I Buffered
from eruptions on my fuco of a very
initiiting and vexatious nature.
For n considernblo time I oxperl
mented with various so-called blood
medicines, but without any allevia
tion of my trouble. At last, your
famous Sarsnparilla being strongly
recommended to mc, I began to uso
it, and after taking two bottles it
was most gratifying to seo 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 novcr been troubled with
anything of tho kind since."
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Said Medals at the World's Chief Expositions.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
8olo Agents for tho Republic of Hawaii,
Something Intcrdk !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PROM jan. 1st to jdni: 1st, 1895.
Q II Mumm & Co.'s extra
I'ommory & Grono 11,798
Moot & Olmndou 9,608
Hoidsieck & Co., (dry
Louis Itoederer 3,438
Perrior Jonot 3.286
Irroy &Co..... 1,786
Vvo. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marcosux 834
Krng & Co 270
Ohas. Hoidsiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
Macfarlane & Co.,
Sole Agenta for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Osnntess WfcMmeistcr Lectures.
TT. M. O. A.. I-Iall
at 7:30 o'clock.
Friday "Lotus Day." 295-5t
TIIC UNDEltSIGNED HAVE DOUGI1T
out tho entiio iutereht of Ah Sam, Knneo
ho, Koolau, on tho 0th lust., doing busi
ness of Dry Goods and Coffee Saloon. Wo
hereby give notice that wo are not respon
sible lor any claim against Ah Sam,
Kaneoho, May 2, 1800. 205-lw
HONOLULU, H. I.,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
T1IK KFI'IINIJINU rilorOSITIOX
AUAIN Kll LKII in Tin: bknam:.
Tho Urlmlo on the jTInllor-One Illll
lnKKCt Itr IIio Keiinlc 1'rncPillnan
III Hip Lower IIouic,
Sixtv-Second, Day, May 8th,
Afte thenrilowoliiifiufif ies
Senator Brown frointllo JudiciaTy
Committco reported on tho bill
appropriating $2000 td continuo
tho work on tho Nuuaiui sticam.
Tho report showed that all appro
priation biJlB must origiuato with
tho Cabinot under tho Constitu
tion. Tho bill was thon referred
to tho Minister of Intorior.
Senator "Watorhouso from tho
Printing Committee reported
printed copies of tho Act making
appropriations for unpaid bills
prior to December 31, 1895.
Sonator Lyman from tho Gom
mitteo on Passed Bills reported
that Senate Bill 28, concerning
patents, and House. Bills 20, 27
and 28 had been presented to tho
President for his signature.
On the regular order of tho day
Senator McCandless, resolution
that it was thosonso of tho Senate
that tho Executive should issue 4
per cent bonds with not moro than
3 por cent tliscouutjind 2 per cent
commissions, to refund tho present
Souutor Baldwin moved Ho
amend by making tho disconnt'8
In Bupport of his amendmout
tho Senator said it was no use
voting for a losolution that tho
Executivo would not entertain.
Ho did not know that tho Minis-'
tor of ITinauco would ontorluin
tho terms of his amendment, but
thoy would at least givo tho Exe
cutive Borne latituda in doaling
with tho matter.
Senator McCandless said that
undor tho amondmonfc tho amount
saved would bo hardly worth
bothering about and tho matter
might just a woll bo lot alono
for another two years. Its spem
ed to bn tho general opinion that
in two years from now tho bonds
could bo placed at a much bettor
figuro than now. It would bo
bettor to wait. Ho understood
from recent dispatches that tho
Cubans had placed a $9,000,
000 loan at 62J. If that
was so, surely Hawaii should
ask better terms. There was no
comparison between tho condition
and resources of tho two nations
and yet Cuba, with no capital, no
port of entry, no custom houses,
in fact with scarcely a semblance
of a govornmout could float bonds
at 62$. If that was so, surely Ha
waii ought to got par nnd over.
These Loudon bond dealors wore
looking out for themselves, aud it
was tirao Hawaii looked out for
herself and dealt elsewhere.
Tho Minister of Finance had
mado tho most extraordinary
statomont tho othor day whon ho
said that tho Executivo would ro
fuBo to attempt to negotiate tho
bonds at the rates proposed' in his
resolution. Ho considered such a
statement a diiect insult to tho
Souato. They might at least try
tonegotiato tlto bonds. If they
failed tho responsibility was with
Senator Baldwin said tho past
course of tho Executivo in dealing
with tho bonds lhbued in tho last
two years showed that tho Execu
tive did not uso their power to
Bell bonds at tho lowest figuro.
Ho thought tho Executivo could
Senator McCandloss said the
prica of tho bonds issued in tho
last two years had hcen fixed more
by tho patriotism of tho buyers
than anything else. Tho present
refunding proposition was not n
mattor of patriotism at all. It was
simply a cold-blooded pieco of
business and whatever tho limit
fixed on tho bonds was that limit
would bo exacted to tho last cent.
FRIDAY, MAY 8, 189G.
Senator Brown said tho princi
pal thing about tho proposition was
tho statement of tho Minister of
Finance that bond dealers had re
fused to treat with him until the
Act authorizing the lVim had
passed. IIo could not U-li.-voit
I possible that capitalists would ro-
fuso to treat with a dulv nccrpdit-
od agent of this government at
uuy wiiiu nun givo mo ngures
asked for. If tho London capital
ists would not do so, tho less Ha
waii had to do with thorn tho bet
tor. In fact ho thought tho timo
had cotuo, when wo should cut
looso from the London people
and try elsewhere. Ho was satis
fied lint a duly authorized agont
of this government could collect
in fho Unitedj States till tho in
formation desired in timo to pres
ent to tho next Legislature. Ho
would recommend that course and
that the entire mattor be laid over
until tho very fullest information
was in tho hands of tho Senato.
Senator Baldwin's amendment
was lo3t by tho following vote:
Ayes' Holstcin, Baldwin, Hor
nor, Schmidt, "Wright 5.
Noes Kauhano, Lyman, North
rup, Hocking, Brown, McCandless,
AVutnrliniinn Pinn AVilnw O
Sonator McCandless' resolution '
was voted down by 10 to 4, which
Bottles tho refunding proposition
until it crops up in another shape.
Senato Bill 40 relating to Sena
tors on tho islands of Hawaii and
Kauai, was laid on tho tablo on
Tho bill granting a plot of land
for tho uso of tho Clnneso hospi
tal passed tho third reading unan
imously. Tho bill granting tho Minister
of Intorior power to grant certifi
cates of election in certain cases,
passed the second leading.
Thoro boiug no further business
on hand tho Senate adjourned to
Monday at 10 a. m.
Sixty-Tiiiiid Bay, May 8.
HOUSE 01" XlEl'ltESENTATIVES.
Eleven members woro present
at tho opening hour this morniug.
Eop. Kichards reported House
Bills No.'h 37, 39, 40, 41 and 42
Bop. Boboitson submitted two
bills from tho Judiciary Commit
teo amending tho laws rolativo to
tho jurisdiction of District Magis
trates. Passed first reading.
TheHouso thon took uptho license
act again commencing at section
84, liconso of milk dealers, which
passed ufter an amendment ox
toudiug tho limits of tho town of
Hilo, as described in tho section.
Section 87-88 places a liconso
tax of $50 on notaries in tho first
judicial district and $20 on other
districts, $25 on agents to tako
labor contracts in Honolulu, $10
for Hilo and othor important
ports and $5 for tho remainder.
Roprosontativo Kichards pro
posed a reduction of tho
foo,stating that ho had found that
tho largest numbor taken by any
agent in Hilo was sovouty-six in
Rep. Kamauoha moved to striko
tho section out.
Rep. Winston moved to striko
out that portion relating to coun
try districts, but to put a tax of
$50 or $100 on agents to take labor
Minister Smith's view was that
it was proper to placo a moderato
liconso on notarial ofiicors
aud on labor contract
agents, as far as Honolulu was
concerned, but tho amount of
biiBinoss done outside of tho city
was so small as to mako tho tax a
burden. Ho moved to amend tho
bill to read $10 for notarial liconso
in Honolulu and $50 for agents
to tako labor contracts. As for
tho outside districts ho would
move to striko out that portion of
the section. Said he thought tho
imposition of a $10 foo on notaries
would havo tho ofToct of stopping
tho flood of applications now com
ing in and loud moro dignity to
Rep. Robertson supported tho
motion to striko out tho entire
section. An ogont or notary is a
semi lawyor and if tho sections
reforriug to one was striken out it
was unjustnot tostrikotho others.
Rep. Kamauoha. said that tho
granting of notarial liconso was
loft to tho Minister of tho Intorior
and that if thero had been a num
ber of children appointed to tho
office as had been stated, it was
tho fault of tho Minister. En
forcing tho payment of a liconso
worked a hardship on tho people
in general as most of tho country
notarios and agents could not
uiioru 10 pay is anil wouui resign
their commissions, thus compel
ling people to travel farthor to got
a paper acknowledged.
Rep. Bond moved to vote on
each clauso separately. Tho
section passed as amended, placing
notarial liconso for Honolulu at
$10.and S5 for other districts; S50
for ngents to tako labor contracts
in Honolulu and nothing elso
whoro. Section 89 aud 90 places a $25
license on peddlers of cakes.
Minister Smith spoke strongly
against peddling in general, espe
cially merchandise. Said that tho
latter was a source of evil nnd
much smuggling of opium and
illicitsolling of liquor was done
by this class.
The Sections passed.
Hontions 92, 93 and 94 pormits
the sale of .opium for medicinal
purposes by thoso licensed to sell
poisonous drugs, otc, Bubject to
tho penalties imposed by law.
Sections 95 and 96 placo a
license feo of $5 per day upon
public shows, circuses, otc. Pass
ed. Sections 97 aud 98 refer to
ponalties for misrepresentation as
to tho character of such perform
Sections 99 and 100 placo a $10
licoiiBO on sollors ,p salmon.
Section 101 imposes a liconso
foo of $25 on tailors. Minister
Smith said tailors paid no liconso
and should bo mado to do so
Rep. Winston thought tho clauso
should bo moro discriminative,
making a difToronco between mer
chant tailors, thoso who only
mado up goods and did not im
portthom aud thoso who do re
pairing, etc., only.
Rep. Robortson said ho could
not seo why a tailor should pay a
liconso any moro than a carpenter
or harness maker or well-borer.
Rep. Rycroft ogrood and said
ho thought tho wholo section un
just. A motion to striko out tho
section was carried.
Section 102. Liconso to soil to
bacco, cigars and cigarettes is
placed at $50. A motion to refer
to the select committco was lost.
Rep. Rycroft moved to amend
tho section making tho liconso to
Rep. McBrydo Bocondod.
Rop. Winston movod to rofor to
tho Minister of Finauco.
Rep. Richards said if the mat
tor had to go over ho moved to re
consider tho voto to rofor to tho
Rep. Robortson said that ho
thought this measuro was putup
by the Houso of Lords upstairs,
who proposed to grind tho poor
man down to the dust and nllow
tho big wholosalor to got off
without any burden to carry.
Ho would movo to amend tho
section to read: Tho liconso foo
for importers of tobacco, otc. shall
Rop. Richards again moved to
rofor to a committco. Said an im
porter'sjiconso of $250 would pro
hibit tlio importation of tobacco
outside o? Honolulu. No dealer
in othor districts ;could stand it.
Motion to rofor to tho solect com
Adjourned to 1:30.
Groat regrot is folt around
Glasgow, Ky., over tho death of
"Old Rial" Lewis, tho most
famous of auto-bellum fiddlers in
that region. Rial had all tho
old-time negro characteristics,
and forty or fiftjr yors ago ho
cut an important figuro ut all tho
gatherings of tho hollos aud boaux
in tho Barron River country, a
section at that timo ronownod for
"its wealth, its polish, tho boauty
of its women aud tho gallautry of
Tho warm weather is approach
ing, Sunshades and Sun Hats
Suitable at Watorhouso's. ,
Pkiob 5 Cents.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
Till: XAHVt. JOKY CV(f..H WILL
sno in: nnnKD.
Foil ml Guilty orKelluie Liquor With
out n Mceiioo Cuimrn on Trial All
Order In a Iliinkruplcr Caao.
lu the case of tho Republic of
Hawaii vs. Kepokaia, selling li
quor without a license, tried yes
terday, tho jury brought in a vor
dict of guilty. Thid morning
Judgo Porry 'sontoncod tho do
fondant to pay n fiuo of $100 and
Tho caso of M. Caravalho nnd
fivo others, unlawful assembly, is.
sot for May 11th.
This morning's session of the
Circuit Court was occupied with
tho trial of the caso of William
Kuhia vs. Ahionn, administrator.
Assumpsit. Tho following jury
was empaneled: Jas. Morse, S. L.
Kinimaka, Jas.Old.Jr., U.H.Jones,
Pamalo Huli, H. J. "Mossmnn, J.
Rosa, John Wolluqo, Gfeo. Hoo
koiio.E. E. Mossman, J. W.
Akana and J. Nalua. Messrs.
Humphreys and Kane for tho
pluintiff and Mngoou and Edingn
for tho defendant. Tlio trial is
going on this aftornoon.
Judge Porry will call tho di
vorce calendar tomorrow morn
ing. It is likely tho foreign jury
cases on tho calendar will bo
readied earl' next week.
Tho caso of Bishop it Co. vs. O.
Brown, administrator, will bo
heard before Judgo Carter on
In tho mattor of tho bankruptcy
of L. D. Timmons, Judgo Carter
approved tho final accounts of tho
asaigneo and ordered his discharge
Tho caso of Macfarlano vs.
Damon is sot for trial this after
noon. m m i
AKUIVAL ov tiii: HALL.
Lint nt llcr PiiKsciiKcrH mid Tri-tgli!--VoIchiiu
Tho Hall docked at 2 p. in. to
day bringing 3220 bags of No. 1
aud 991 bags of No. 2 sugar; 01
bags of coffee, 15 cattle, 200 bags
of seed cane, 28 first class aud 67
deck passengers. The list of first
class passengers is as follows:
Antonio Fernandez, W. G. Sil
va, Adj. Eguor, Capt D. Taylor,
Mrs. Froideubnrg, Mrs. E. B.
Friol, Miss Katio Cornwoll, Miss
BolloVida, Mrs. H. Boll, Mrs.
Andorson, Liout. Jeffries, Mrs.
Wilson, S.Yema,Mrs. AKHoopili,
Ah Sim, Dr. Dorby, J. J. Rico and
wifo, W. H. Crozior, Goo. Groves,
Warren Grogory and wifo, D. P..
Kollot and son, W. P. Boyd nnd
wife, Jas. MoAndrows and J. A.
Capt. Simor8on reports that tho
fires in Mokuawoowoo woro not so
bright on Wednesday night ns"
previously, which may bo duo to
atmospherio conditions. Imnionso
volumes of Binoko woro pouring
from tho crater.
Itnforo Ills Honor.
Mao and Kimokeo became in
toxicated last night aud paid $2
aud costs for a temperance lecturo
in court this morning.
Sam Broad persisted in staying
away from school and goes to tho
reformatory for ono year in order
to learn tho evil effects of truancy.
Muurico Pouluiii whom tho
light nnd airy Joanno Clears
claimed assaulted hor, paid a 310
fine for tho offonso.
TJlianu and Uana Kuamoo,
wahines, broke Pootion 5, chapter
57, of tho penal codo. Hann gets
thirty days while Uliauu's Bon
tenco is suspended.
F. Santos, charged with driving
a hack without any liconso bo to
do, wbb tried this morning and
Judgo do la Vergno will dooido on
tho 11th inst., whether or no he is
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