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Illmlmnnh, So. Australia, lrrlte of
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'My daughter wns alllictcd with
Kcreina of tho moat aggravated
xype. The disease first appeared in
eruptions on Iier lif.nl, then her hair
began to fall out, and in spite of
the best medical advice and treat
ment she grew steadily worse. Tho
sores were full of matter and wero
extremely niienslve. Her eyes be
came affected, and she was in truth,
in a terrlblo state. My neighbors
wero very sympathetic ami took
great interest in the ease. They
persuaded mo to try Ayer's Sarsa
parilla, and I am most thankful to
bo able to say that this wonderful
medicine completely restored my
daughter's health. She has now as
good a head of hair as anyono could
wish, her eyes are perfectly well,
and sho is a flno girl of eight years
with ovcry prospect of growing up
to be a strong and healthy woman. '
Cold Medals at the World's Chid Exposition!.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for the Itepublio of Hawaii.
Something Interesting !
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
PKOM JAN. 1st to junk 1st, 1895.
G JI Muuim & Co.'s oxtra
Pommory & Greno 11,798
Moet & Ohandon 9,008
Hoidsieok & Co., (dry
Louis Itoederor 3.438
Perrier Jouet 3.286
Vve. Clicquot 2,378
St. Marconux 331
Krug& Co 270
Ohns. Hoidsieok 355
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S. W. LEDERER,
Honolulu, May 15, 1890. 305-1 w
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1890.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
TIIK .NIINATi: IMNIHIir.H VI' IX
HAI I' AN noun.
Tlic Income TaxtllLl Ucrnratlic IInuo
ol ltcreanttlveii-Tlio Auiioxn-
lloiiKrsolutloii I'nkmVt. t?
Seventy-Fiust Day, May 20th.
MinistaiftKiug 'nutioniuHfcl that
tho President Jiad signed u num
ber of bills.
A communication from tho
House reporting tho passngo of
certain bills was read.
Sonntor Lyman from the Com-
mittoo on Passed Bills reported a
number of bills presented to tho
Presidont for his npproval.
Senator Baldwin from tho Com
mittee on Commorco reported
back Senate Bill 47 with amend
ments. Senator Lyman from tho Con
feronco Committoo on tho bill re
lating to tho extension of streets
in Honolulu reported that an
ngreoment had boon reached,
striking out tho section in dis
pute. House Bill 48, rolating to tho
military rank of army surgeons,
passed tho first reading.
Under suspension of tho rules
the bill was read u second time
and referred to tho Military
House Bill 33, defining tho
course of procedure in condemna
tion suits under tho right of emi
nent domain, was rend tho first
and second time and referred to
tho Committoo on Publio Lands.
Houbo Bill 40, tho new foot
binding bill, was read tho first
nnd second time and referred to
tho Judiciary Committoo.
Sonato Bill 47, relating to ports
of entry, with tho amendment re
ported by tho Committoo of Com
morco, camo up on tho second
reading. Tho bill merely substi
tutes Kailua for Kawailmo as n
port of entry. The bill passed as
amended and was placed on tho
order of tho day for tomorrow.
At 10:35 tho Sonato finished up
an tho business on tho table and
Si'enty-Tmhd Day, May 20th.
house or x1i2pi1esentatives.
Minister King reported thnt tho
Presidont hna signed tho bills re
lating to tho penalties and defini
tion of tho crime of larceny, mali
cious injury, assaulting an officer,
fierjury, Vagrancy and tho fire
Rop. Richards reported Houso
Bill 21, promoting fencing, nnd
tho House resolution relative to
thoGroat Seal as having boon pre
sented to tho President.
Tho committee on Publio
Lands, through Rop. Rycroft, re-
Sortod favorably on Senate Bill
o. 45, referring to tho extension
and widening of certain streets in
Rop. Bond, for tho committee
on Public Health, rocommoudod
tho passago of tho bill condonsiug
and rearranging tho laws rolativo
to tho conduct of tho public
schools, and placing privnto
schools under a cortain amount of
jurisdiction by tho government.
Tho Sonato committee on Houso
Bill No. (5 informed tho Houso
that they had reported unfavor
ably on tho ITousd amendment t
tho Bill, and recommend that it
bo strickon out. This is tho
bill providing for street extension
in Honolulu, and tho amendment
referred to roads as follows:
"Providod that tho nrnouut of
dnmnges "(to bo paid by tho gov
ernment,) "doos not exceed tho
bottormonts in tho oponiug of any
Buch street, oto.
From tho wording of tho report
which iB extromoly obscure, tho
conclusion is drawn that tho Sen
ate committoo concludo, as was
tho caso in tho House, that it is
pralically impossible to accurate
ly gi"po tho amount of benefit to
bo derived from tho extension of
Houpo Bill 47, relating to tho
practico of medicine nn 1 surgery
nnd repealing Soc.2 of Chapter 59,
Penal Code, passed third reading.
A discussion, which at ono
timo promised to be somewhat
boated, over tho resolution favor
ing annexation, followed, about
half tho members taking part.
Sevoral of them stated that they
looked upon tho matter of send
ing an unlimited number of reso
lutions to tho United States in
roforenco to tho matter of annexa
tion us very rnr.-li of n
(Chestnut. Nevertheless, tho
motion to tako up tho resolution
and net' upon it carried. Tho
resolution, slightly nmended, wns
rend. - Rep. Ivntunuoha moved to
Jny on tho table. Rep. Richards
moved to voto upon it now. In
seconding tho motion of Richards,
Rep. Roherbon said that tho mat-
tor of annexation was embodied
in our, present Constitution; that
ovory mombor, swearing to sup
port thnt constitution, was bound
to favor such resolution, whethor
it was nuit'cr of mitnrntinu of
soutimont or not. Lot us voto
up"on it now nnd get to moro im
portant work. Tho motion to
adopt Hie resolution carried by a
14 to Fvote, Rep. Kamauohn dis
senting. . .;3sss;
Rop. Robertson submitted tho
roport of tho Finance committee
Loifllto Income Tax Bill. Tho. ro
port fauirs tho pahsngo of tho
bill, reducing tho rate from three
to ono por cent.
The report was ndopted and tho
bill immediately taken up. After
tho rending of tho firbt section
Rop. Robertson moved its pass
passage. Ho Bpoko nt length on tho
amendment, -stating that tho Bill
was necessarily in tho naturo of
an oxporiment just now, and that
putting tho rate nt 1 por cent, was
calculated to facilitato, if not en
sure, ite passage. Amendments,
raising tho rntos, may easily bo
added at' next session. But at
presont it is tho opinion that tho
rnto of ono per cent, will provo
nmplo for tho needs of tho pres
ent. Minister Damon seconded tho
motion and said that tho intro
duction and passago of tho act
would bo a complete refutation of
any attack on tho country which
chnrgos it with inability to tako
care of itsolf. Tho passage of
this bill will bo in accordanco
with tho ideas now obtaining in
tho older countries which nro con
sidered best governed, nud accom
plishes a juBt purpose inasmuch
as it places tho burden of support
upon those shoulders best nolo to
"I consider it tho most en
couraging movo nindo sinco tho
establishment of tho Ropublio.
"Further, it is well that it is n
Houso measure, ns tho Houso is
olectod by a froor voto than tho
"There having beon no linos
drawn, no talk of 'I am bettor
than thou,' but all are pulling to
gether for tho interests of tho
country to tho host of thoir abili
ty. This givo tho Houso a strength
which is invincible.
"It is just a hundred years
sinco tho youngor Pitt introduced
and secured tho passago of n liko
bill in tho English parliament.
"Thnt country wits then at war
with other nations, tho caso was
urgont, tho King was at his back.
This bill is presented .without any
of tho abovo forces at work. The
Houso presonts tho bill in oxuet
accordanco with thoir ideas of jus
tice. This is a right start
May God speud tho Bill."
Tho question as to whothor tho
government bond is taxable or not
led to much talk. Finally Minis
tor Damon brought in u copy of a
bond nud road its torms to tho
Houso. Tho bond guarantees tho
purchaser exemption from taxes
on principal and intorost.
Rop. Robertson said ho thought
that tho wordB "oxcopt such bonds
of tho Ropublio of Hawaii, etc."
should bo stricken out of tho sec-
Continued on Cth J'ttyc.
HAPPENINGS ON HAWAII.
one jmm:ni: kiioois ammhkii
IX Till: .MIOULUKll.
Irrnnnl mill NocIhI iVntf I'lne
VtVntlior nt llllu I'orct Clviir
lull l)f Steam I'nucr.
An export horso Bhoer arrived
by tho Annio Johnson to work for
the Rivorsido Carriage "Works.
This is auothor of hustling Jack
Wilson's industries.- '
A. D. McEvoy, tho former de
tective, Iibb been appointed de
puty jailor at Onomea. Mac in
tends going into coffoo.
Ono Japanoso shot niiother
in tho shoulder at Olaa tho
other day. It was said to
have boon accidental, but thoro is
a roport that a gambling row was
at tho bottom. Dr. Mooro is
treating tho wounded man. Tho
othor is in jail awaiting investiga
tion. Tho Social Club farco wont off
woll InBt night. Admissions wore
by invitation and 150 attended. A
dance lollowed tho performance.
Tho weather continues delight
ful, belying tho titlo of "rainy
Nono of tho nail's tourists have
turned up hero yet.
Mr. "Wilson has given a success
ful tost to his traction cugino in
clearing forest land at Olaa for
coffee. It burns woods for fuol
nnd dislodges tho biggest trees,
roots nnd all.
Thoro is nothing now nbout tho
More interest scorns to bo taken
on this island in Cuba and South
Africa than any othor foreign
Bubjoct. Tho Hawaiian Legisla
ture's proceedings aro regarded
with gonornl unconcorn excoptiug
when mattors directly affecting
tho big islnnd aro up.
A correspondent of tho Tribune
complains that suspected lepors
aro examined in tho courthouse
Tho steamer Hawaii is loading
tho bark Santiago.
Hilo is a iino place for rest and
recuperation conjoined with all
tho noeded comforts of lifo.
D. II. Hitchcock, tho votcrnn
lawyer and ox-legislator, is staying
nt "Pohakuloa," his protty Olaa
villa. Ho is in excellent health.
"Whist is quito a popular pas
timo in Hilo.
Next to a wharf, Hilo needs
sidewalks. "Waiauuouuo streot,
ono of tho principal business
thoroughfares, hns only discon
nected platforms in front of tho
buildings, betweon which nnd tho
street raging ditches intorvono.
Most of tho buildings, it may bo
ndded, aro ologantly fitted for de
molition. Thoir arohitcctuio is
pro-ronaissanco, decidedly, while
their state of repair loaves noth
ing for tho tnx assessor to valuo
oxcopt the sites.
O. K. Sponcor, formerly
foromnn of tho Bulletin print
ing office, has mechanical chargo
of tho Tribuno nnd is at presont
noting ns business nmungor. His
well-known skill furnishes print
ing in metropolitan stylo for cus
tomers of tho office. Tho Tribuno
completes six months of its ox
istonco this week. Hilo and tho
wholo island of Hawaii ought to
bo proud of it, for it would bo
hard to find a bettor local paper
in a constituency of similar size
nnywhoro in Amorica. Mr. AiTou
bo, a young Portuguese educated
at Punahon, is tho energetic nnd
capable reporter. Messrs. "Wild r
and Wakefield of tho diroctorato
aro in tompornry oditorial olmrgo,
and notwithstanding their pro
fessional ongngomontD no lawyers
thoy keop tho paper up to a good
staudnrd. D. L.
Hilo, May 10, 1890.
Tho Central Meat Markot on
Nuunnu avonuo iB always up to
tho timoB with dolicncies in thoir
lino. This timo it is n fresh lot of
pickled pigs foot and picklod
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
111 1 Hi) oi.i:iii. Aii'ui.ri:i) for LjU
TIIK JIHIICIAIIV llKI'AHT.HC.NT. J9
NMornl ,vNiiICh IMIciI-Aii Alllllllll- JKfU
trntor Aiinlntcdl'rol)afe 'mm
mid Oilier ITInllorM. vjiH
In tho matter of tho estate of
Achow, of "Wailuku, Maui, who
died on May 3d, un order has
beon made appointing George
Rodick as temporary administra
tor on tho petition of J. F. Hnck-
feld. Judgo Carter has approved
his bond in tho Bum of $3000,
with Hnckfeld & Co. nnd J. F.
Hnckfold as sureties.
P. D. Kollett, Jr., has thin
morning boon commissioned as
third clerk of the Judiciary De
pnrtmont, provision having been
mado for such nn offico by the
present legislature. Tho nppoint
mont was nindo by tho Justiqce
of tho Supremo Court and the
Circuit Judges jointly.
William O. Smith as oxecuter
of the will of Alico F. Hitchcock,
deceased, has filed his -account
showing receipts amounting to
9535.03; disbursements S1298.17;
balauco on hand S8230.8G.
In tho ejectment suit of Lulnia
w, and Kamni k, vb. Casquilho F.
da Silva, service of summons and
complaint hns been mado by
J. A. Mnguiro has tiled a com
plaint asking for nn injunction to
restrain P. M. Pnhukula nnd'Iiis
sorvant8t agents nnd members of
his family from trespassing on
tho land of Ohiki, North Kona,
Hawaii. Sorvico of summons has
been returned by deputy-marshal
Kanoii has brought u suit iu
ejectment ngaiiiBt G. K. Knioi
pahia, J. O. Crowdor nnd Mrs.
Limning, who, it is alleged, have
wrongfully convortod to thoir us
nnd occupation a certain piece of
property at Kaliu in this city.
Service of summons has beon re
turned. In tho matter of tho guardian
ship of Sam Knmakn ot nl. an
order confirming tho snlo of cor
tain real ostato was mado by
Judgo Cartor this morning.
Hoshino, tho assistant appraiser
in tho CustoniB dopartmout, who
wns yesterday fouud guilty of
complicity in tho smuggling of
opium was this morning sentenced
to ono year's imprisonment and
to pay a fine of $500.
In tho Circuit Court this morn
ing, Judgo Cartor on tho bonch,
tho trinl of M. Carvalho, J. Enos,
J. R. Muuoz, Rodrigues, Manuol
Juan and Manuol Jardin, for un
lawful assembly, was commenced.
This is known us the Portuguese,
riot enso nnd is up on appeal from
tho District Court of Honolulu.
Deputy Attornoy-Gonornl Dolo
prosecuted and Corrca fc Vivas
dofondod. J. M. Caraara was
sworn ns Portuguoso interpreter,
and tho following jury empanelled:
J. J. Egnn, O. B. Gray, B. K.
Campboll, J. M. McChosnoy, 0.
B. Huston, G. S. Harris, Jr B.
Ordonstoin, J. S.' Martin, J. D.
Trogloan, H. G. Wootton, Archio
Turner and Fritz Rowald. Honry
Espinda was tho only witness ox
amiuod boforo tho noon recess.
Iiille' Court Item.
Ono lonoly drunk paid tho ous
tomary 82 for an official introduc
tion to Judgo do la Vorguo.
Ohumr Chock, a native, of the.
Empire of tho Sun was iiuod $25
forcarrying cho th tickots in his
inside vest pocket.
Knmai is a little Hawaiian .boy
who disoboyod his parents. Ho
tearfully admitted that ho had
dono wrong and wns let off with a
O. Evorson, oharged with au
sault with nn nttompt to murder,
was hound ovor to appear for
trial at tho Circuit Court.
Tho ndultory caso of W. Kuhia
nmlMuoIo (w) occupied tho court
until tho noon rocess.