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Vol. 1. No. 311.
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1896.
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TolcpUone 26G. F. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Unable to Work !
NO APPETITE !
COULD NOT SLEEP I
COMPLETELY CURED HIM.
Mr. T. J. Clime, r WnlUenlllc, Ade
laide, South Aimtrnllu, writes!
"Six years ,igo, 1 liad an attack of
Indigestion ami Lhcr Complaint
that lasted for weeks ; I was unable
to do any hard work, had no appe
tite, food distrcssnd me, and I suf
fered much from headache. My
skin was sallow and sleep did not
refresh me. I tried several reine
dies and consulted a doctor, with
out obtaining any relier ; llnally,
ono of my customers recommended
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It helped mo
from tho first, in fact, after taking
six bottles I was completely cured,
and could cat anything and sleep
like, a child."
Gold Medals at Ilia World's Chlel Expmitlonc.
AYER'S PILLS, Mild but Effective.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agents for tho ltepnblio of Hawaii.
Imports of Champagne In
to the United States,
FROM JAN. 1ST TO JUNE IsT, 1895.
G H Mumra & Co.'s extra
Potumory & Grono 11,798
Moot & Ohaudon 9,008
Hoidsiook & Co., (dry
Louis Roedoror 3,438
Pernor Jonot 8.28G
Irroy & Co 1,785
Vvo. Clicquot 2,878
St. Murcoi.ux. 331
Krug& Go 270
Ghas. Ueidaiook 355
COMPILED FROM CUSTOM
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Solo Agents for G. H. Mumm & Co.
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
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LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
favoiiahm; tirrour on tub
(!AI,U'OKSl WIDE DILI..
Kop. Itobcrtatin Wants (o Know About
llepiirled Inter-Inland Stoaniahln
lllacrlinliinlloii on Freight.
SEVENTY-TnillD Day, May 22d.
Ill tho SiMiato tin's morning
Senator Schmidt from tho Oom
uiitteo on Commerco presented
tho following roport on Ministor
Damon's bill concerning Califor
"Your Committco on Conimorco
to whom has been referred tho
Act to admit grnpo wines of less
than 18 per cont alcoholic strength
freo of duty has carefully 'con
sidered the same aud begs leave to
report ns follows: "We favor this
act for two reasoim: 1. Ifsxfon
deucy to substitute light winos in,
place of strong liquors, as far as
this can lu dono by cheapening
tho former nnd so to promote
temperance. 2. The intention of
this Act to favor a California pro
duct as much as the conditions of
this country permit it. Wo there
fore recommend tho passage of
tho Act. IT. W. Schmidt,
"W. N. Horner."
Senator Baldwin adds tho fol
lowing rider to tho report:
"1 concur in this pas
sage of tho Bill but
in my opinion the duly of wino
from 18 to 21 por cont alcoholic
strength should bo raised say
from 15 cents to 25 conts a gallon.
Such an amendment would tend
atill further to secure tho object
of tho bill, viz: to encourage 'tho
introduction and use of tho light
er grades of wino. Under the
BiU all pnro California wino,
which can easily bo made to come
under 18 per cent alcoholic
strength, would come in duty
Tho roport is laid ovor to bo
considered with tho bill.
Thobills concerning re-appraisc-ment
of homestends, footbinding
and eminent domain passod third
Tho act defining tho field and
staff officers of tho military also
passed third reading.
Senate Bill CO. concerning re
cords of births, deaths and mar
riages, was referred to tho Com
mittee on Public Health and Edu
cation. A communication was rocoived
from tho Houso containing an
amendment to tho Joint Resolu
tion on annexation.
SenatoBill 51, concerning the
taking of water from tho "Wailuku
river was dof erred until Monday.
At 10:35 tho Senate adjourned.
Seventy-Fifth Day, May 22nd.
house of representatives.
Everybody present excepting
The Judiciary Committco filed
their roport on Houso Bill No. 12,
advocating tho passago of tho bill
as amended; the amondmont pro
viding, in throe additional sec
tions, for tho right of appeal from
tho findings of a Board of Com
missioners. This is tho bill which rolates to
tho condemnation of land in such
a stato as to bo deleterious,
through swamps, stagnant pools
or othorwiso, to tho public health.
Tho following communication,
addressed to Minister Cooper was
handed in :
( 1) Aro yon awaro that tho two
Inter - Island Steamship Com
panies aro in tho habit of discrim
inating between different ship
pers in tho matter of freight rates
upon similur kinds of froight ?
(2) Havo said companies, bo
ing common carriers, any legal
right to so discriminate ?
(3) Can tho Executive do any
thing to stop such discrimination.
A. G. M. ltORERTSON,
Rop. 4th Dist.
Houso Bill 41, appropriating
money to Bottlo certain claims re
maining uupaid on Doo. 31st,
1895; amounting to S19,800, passed
third rondimr liv n nnnnimnie
Houso Bill No. 12 passed sec
Tho following resolution was
submitted by tho Joint Finance
Committee, Rep. Richards reud-
"Bo it resolved by tho Senate
aud tho Houso of Ropresontirtivos
that on and after Nov. 1st, 1896,
tho salo of postage; stamps, postal
cards, and stamped ".envelopes, is
sued previous to the present
issue, Hhnll cunso at the jiostcAice,
aftor which date, all, ;f any, that
mav remain, shall lm (lentravnilM
And tho President shall appoint a
committeo of throe 3 disinterest
ed porsoiiB, who shall serve with
out pay, i to act with tho Miriiator
of Finauco and Postmastor Gen
oral, for tho purposo of checking
off all remaining stock .on that
date and poo that on that date tho
port of this resolution rolating to
tho destroying of tho same is
strictly carried out."
Rep.ltichard8f.nid that ho thought
tho Government might make a
good thing out of theso stamps as
collectors and dealora all over tho
world would certainly bo anxious
to get thorn.
Rop. Kamauoha proposed mak
ing tho date Dec. 31st. Seconded
by Rop. Winston, and tho resolu
tion, as amended was adopted.
Thoro aro on hand now, of tho
stamps roforred to, tho following !
amounts: Packages conta n 250 '
sheets each, and thoro aro 50
stamps to tho sheet:
Face Valuo i
88 pkgs 2centstamps.S 9,500.00
25 " 5 " . 15,G2,-).00
7 " 10 " . 8,750.00
2135 sheets 12 ct stamps 12,810.00
2074.80-100 sheets 18
cent stamps 18,673.20
505 sheets 50 cent (J"
stain ps 12,625.00
875 sheets 1.00 stamps,. 43,750.00
12,000 fivo cont ouvol
10,000 ten cent envel
Under a suspension of tho rulos,
Rop. Robortsiu presented tho re
port of the Judiciary Committeo
on Houso Bill No. 32, rolating to
appeals. A subdtituto bill was
rocommonded and passed first and
Tho Senate's request that a joint
conference committee be appoint
ed to consider tho act referring
to land titles, etc. was acceded to.
Recess taken to 1:30 at 12:03.
Arrlrol of tho Muritin.
Tho little schoonor Norma,
Captain Rosohill master, arrived
in port early thiB morning, nine
ty days from Kusaio in the Caro
line Islands. Sho is owned by
Mr. Rowell of Honolulu, and haB
beon on a trading voyage in tho
South Seas. The captain is ac
companied by his wifo and three
children. Ono of the crow is Joo
Cook, a brother of Mr. Cook of
tho customs forco.
Tho captain roports a succes
sion of light winds and calms un
til last weak, when ho caught tho
N. E. trades. On May 7, in Lat.
34 deg. N. Long. 158 dog. 44 min.
W., tho bark II. Hackfold was
sighted, and on tho 17th, in 2G
dog. 39 min. N. and 157 dcg. 2
min. "W. the barkontiuo Amelia
Tho schooner Viking, which ar
rived in San Francisco lately, had
beon on a roof at ono of tho isl
ands, and tho Norma leaving
Bomotimo boforo her, a paokago of
loiters was taken by Captain Roso
hill to bo mailed on arrival horo
to tho agents in San Francisco.
On arriving at tho Coast, tho
captain of tho Viking was sur
prised to hear that tho Norma had
not yet turned up at Honolulu,
and consequently fears wore felt
for tho safety of tho vessel.
A miscellaneous cargo was
brought by tho Norma, consisting
of cocounuts, wood, aud curios of
tho South Soas.
Band concert at Makeo Islaud
I'AtfAIJ! IH 1,1, FonnAT.IiY AC-
onri:i i,sr .vi;itr.
AddrrN br President llulr, 1'. O.
Jones, V. It, Cnntlv and I'rofet
A largo number of pooplo wont
out to Oahu College last night to
witness tho exorcises in connec
tion with tho dedication of Paualii
Hall, which took place in tho
largo assembly hall of tho build
ing. Tho room waB crowdod with
friends of tho institution.
Tho oxerciBos commenced with
an organ proludo on tho now
Castlo memorial organ by Prof.
A. B. Ingalls. Rev. Dr. Hydo de
livered tho invocation, followed
by a soloction by th6 college gloo
Hon. P. O. Jones, tho acting
treasurer of tho institution, road a
financial statement showing tho
actual cost of tho building to bo
678,684.05, which includes furni
ture, electric light fixtures, oto.
Tho now college orchestra, led
by ProfessorBergor, thon rend
ered a pleasing selection which
was abundantly applauded.
President Hosmer then intro
duced President Dole as tho
speakor of tho evening, calling
attontion to the fact that it was
just fifty-fivo years to a day that
Rev. Daniel Dole, tho president's
father, tho first principal and ono
of tho founders of tlio collego,
landed in Hawaii.
In his addreBB President Dole
reviewed tho history of tho
institution from its inception at
length and his remarks wore fre
quently greeted with applause.
After anothor selection by the
glee club tho koys of tho building
wero formally presented
to President Hosmer by
W. R. Castlo,, on bohalf of tho
Trustees. In his eddress Mr.
Castlo paidji deserved tribute to
tho generosity and foresight of
tho Hon. Chas. R. Bishop and
gave tho history of tho building
of tho Pauahi hall, closing with
tho following words:
"To you, President Hosmer,
and to tho Faculty of Oahu Col
lege, on behalf of tho Trustees
aud of the holy causoof education,
is now delivered this building,
and with it you aro charged with
tho duty of making the name of
Pauahi Hall illustrious in tho
maintenance of its noble purposo."
In a short and woll-chosen ad
dress on bohalf of tho faculty and
students Professor Hosmor ac
cepted tho keys and tho truBt
Tho exorcises camo to an end
with the sing of "God Bless Our
Nativo Laud " by tho audionco
and gloo club and tho bonodiotion
by Rov. Hiram Bingham. "While
tho audionco wore dispersing
"Wray Taylor played a solection
on tho organ.
POKTUOUEM! AltK HOLID.
Editor Bulletin: Tho im
ported dude of tho Star sees fit to
pilo abuso on Mr. VivaB as presi
dent and loador of tho Uniao Por
tuguoza,butofcourso it would sur
priso anyone wero ho to receive
any different troatmont from that
sheet. It is merely a repetition
of tho mean spito exhibited by tho
samo so called newspaper when
tho circus pooplo lofusod to ad-
vortiso in its boilor-plnto columns.
When ono is wrong and has got
tho worst of an argument, it is
truly safo tactics to abuso tho op
Notwithstanding whatever per
sonal apito tho dudo has against
Mr. Vivas (on account of tho lat
tor's courago in tolliug him to his
faco what ho thought of him) wo
assort that Mr. Vivas is not tho
solf-olectod or solf-imposed presi
dent of tho Uniao Portugupza, but
ho is its duly and unanimously
elected president, and if ho takos
a loading part, it is bocauso ho is
Boroquested by tho Central Com
mittee )f twouty-ono, on account
of his independent situation.
Nil... -l...l IJ t I.-
jluu uuuu hub wiiuu uu in-
sinuatos that tho movement
"would bo stopped with tho sud-1
donness of a launch steaming '
againBt a stono wall by satisfying
Vivas." Of course, tho dudo I
speaks from his own experience
aud knows "how it is dono,"
whoti his anti-asiatio and anti
coolie speeches in tho Amoricau
League wore "stopped with tho
suddenness of a launch, otc."
WliQrc,ouwhoro aro tho groat anti
asiatio spoutors of former dayB,
the Emmoluthe, tho Kinnoys, tho
Towses ot ho genus omno ? And
ovon shouldMr. Vivas prove to bo
an apt. pupil of tho dudo and be
come "satisfied," yet to tho rost of
us it would only bo a matlor of a
man overboard and tho ship
would continuo on its courso with
tho captain and crow on board
and all sail set. And tho"
port of destination will bo
reached, and don't you forgot it,
Mr. Dudo of the Star, dospito your
slurs and unmanly sarcasm.
And now comos the dograded
Advertisor protending to ignoro
what Mr. Vivas wants and what
tho 13,000 Portuguese in Hawaii
waut. How cynicaland fallacious
aro tho organ and its sugar mas-
tors. We do not oxpect to recoivo
justice or our rights at tho lyinds
of tho sugar barons, but Vvo do
look to that government, which
wo bo largely helped to establish,
to enquire into our grievances and
logislato in our favor. Yes, it is
the government now run by tho
same pooplo whom wo supported
siuco 18872 and that without an
axo to grind or without tho ex
pectation of rocoiving soft snaps in
tho way of government billots. Wo
woro led to boliovo that this gov
ernment was to bo a government
of tho peoplo, by the pooplo and
for tho people, and not a govoru
meutof tho planters,by tho planters
and for tho planters. But now
wo find the pooplo of this country
may bo killed off by cholora,
smallpox or tho black plague, its
working class and nativo popula
tion starving and gradually boing
wiped off tho faco of tho earth,
yet it does not matter so long as
tho plantors aro satisfied and
coiniug gold by tho holp of their
hordes of Asiatic slaves.
Wo havo adoptod this as our
country, and intend to stay horo
with our wives aud families and
wo shall insist on having a fair
deal in regard to tho Asiatic and
taxation questions. This is our
home, aud not Oakland, San
Francisco, Washington, Liver
pool, Bremen or Paris. Lot tho
sugar barons live abroad if thoy
choose, wo havo como to stay and
intond to attain tho aims of our
Union despite tho sneers and
laughs of a hundred Stars and
Wo do not proposo to occupy
your valuable apaco in arguing
against tho Advertiser's nonsouBO,
in its editorial of yestorday, but
simply dony that tho sum of
$10,244.34 paid as taxos on real
estate by Portuguoso, represents as
tho organ assorts, ovor $1,000,000
in capital valuo. Nothing of tho
kind, thoy havo paid thoir taxos
at tho rato of 2 por cont on their
small holdings, whilo tho organ's
mastors have paid at tho utmost
$ por cent, it not per cont on
thoir plantations. Vinte.
Will Havo a Stags.
Price and Burns havo not only
purchased a lot of entirely now
properties, trappings and so forth,
for their show, but havo had a
largo stago built with appropriate
scouory, for tho purposo of pro
ducing a first rato vaudovillo per
formance. Several of tho mem
bers of thoir company havo per
formed at various Amorican and
European theatres and cau give
an excellent outortainmont of that
An enormous program is on for
Saturday night. Whilo thoro is
such a lack of amusomonts horo
tho Prico - Burns combination
ought to bo well patronized.
Tissuo paper ilowor materials.
Crepo paper for lamp shades, etc.,
at King Bros., Hotol stroot.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
JEJf SAO ON Till A I, tfOK TUB
Judge Carter .Suatulna tlio Demurrer
In theSiilla Acitlnit Jlim. Atone
nnd A. N. llnmplirera.
Tho second trial of Jon Sao,
chargod with conspiracy to import
opium, 13 on today boforo Jijdge
Perry and a jury.
Tho caso of Colburn vs. Kopoi
kai is set for trial boforo Judge
Carter tomorrow at 9 a. m.
Judgo Carter will hoar on Mon
day tho potition for tho appoint
ment of a guardian of Kaohimau
nu and othors; also tho potition
for final accounting and discharge
of administrator in tho cstoto of
Judgo Perry will hear a prelim
inary motion in tho bankruptcy
case ot Chun Wnh Sing on Tues
day at 10 a.m.
In tho caso of Emmolino M.
Magoon ot al. vs. Julia C. Afong
ot al., a bill iu equity for an ac
counting and appointment of a
trustee under two certain deeds of
trust, Judgo Carter has filed a
long decision sustaining' most of
tho contentious mado by defend
ants' attorneys ou demurrer. The
"Upon tho proprioty of tho
amendment, I havo already hold
that it did not make out a, now
case aud was properly mado.
"Upon tho question of non
joinder I am of tho opinion that
IlouriottaWhiting and FougAfong
aro necessary partios. Thoir rights
in tho subject mattor aud object
of tho bill aro identical with some
of tho complainants and tho
respondents havo tho right to re
quire that thoy should bo joined
for their own protection under a
docroo mado, and to provont sub
sequent suits involving tho ques
tions litigated now. Mr. Afong
receives certain rights under tho
trust deeds and ho also is a nec
essary party. No excuso for uou
joindor is alloged except thoir ab
sence from tho couutry.
"Tho bill is multifariouB in that
it scoks to procure an account
from Maria Humpliroys aud hor
husband for tho samo fund.
"Tho complainants dcclaro and
rely on tho trust deeds and thoy
cannot contradict and vary tho
samo by parol. Tlio allegations
or former marriago and illegitim
acy do contradict tho deeds aud
"Domurrora aro sustained with
leavo to tho complainants to
Kinney fe Ballou for plaintiffs;
Hartwoll, Thurston &. Stanley for
Julia Afong; A. G. M. Robertson
for Maria Humphreys and A. S.
KILLED nV THE OARS.
Mi llnllway Ilrnkcnian meet 111a
Death Throuch Accident.
Frank Rodriguos, for fivo years
an employe of tho O. R. and L.
Co., mot with an untimely ond
this morning while performing
his duty iuj brakoman, on tho
mixed train which loaves
Honolulu for Waianao at 9:15 a.
m. Tho train was boiug mado up,
Rodriguos assisting, and in mak
ing ready to couplo up two sugar
cars, ho stopped upon a loosened
bag and slipped, falling off tho
end of tho car, which ran over liis
body, killing him instantly. His
right leg was broken in two
places, his loft in ono and his
right arm noarly torn off. Bo
sido this his loft foot was horri
blo mangled. Tho upper portion
of his body was almost ontiroly
uninjured so that thoro was no
disfiguration ot tho face.
Ho uttered no cry but tho
vigilant firoman and engineer
woro both on tho look out and
although uoithor of thorn suspect
ed an accidont tho train was immo-
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